obd, Cabakbtjs Coos it, N. C.
HUBSDAY, JUNE 27, 1895,
JAMES P. COOK - - Jiditob
OH PrBLIC SCHOOLS,
Mr. Martin makes false and ugly
charges against Uncle Sam's public
schools, it seems, from what we find
in the New York Advertiser of Jane
Political utterances in Canada are
becoming exceedingly intemperate
and rtckless when Mr. Martin, of
-Manitoba Legislature, can make a
public addreas in that body in wbicb
he charges that the public schoolB
of the United States constitute the
fountain head of vice and wicked
ness. This slanderer in his speech
read extracts fiom an alleged official
eport in which it was set forth that
great immorality existed in the pubi
lie schools of Boston and other
cities, and quoted bogus statistics to
prove the assertion. No such report
as he pretended to quote has ever
existed relating either to the public
schools of Boston or elsewhere, and
there is a probability that Mr,
Martin has concocted this so-called
public document to suit his infa
mous purpose, or else las allowed
himself to be imposed on. Relig
ious rancor has gone too far long
before it reaches this point.
It is to be regretted that our com
munity has been imposed upon by
an intruder who comes among ub
and preaches Eocial equality and
kisses the colored damsels, as dame
rumor has it. Let us hope to the
latt that such base things have not
happened, and that no violence may
come of it. The man states that he
is "in the hands of the Lord," and if
such be true, no doubt he is safe.
The rumor is emphatically denied by
members of the church, and the
doors of the church are open to all
to go into these meetings and see
for themselves how they .'are conduct
ed. The mob should consider these
denials and give the man a showing,
and then, if the meetings are im
properly carried on and bis teach
ings wrong and disastrous to the
peafie-atrd-eoriteBlment of our citi
Z3D8, steps should be taFen" to have
him removed, but not by mob law
Men, be careful.
The Raleigh News and Observer
Bays: Mr. E C Hackney has sold
the Durham Weekly Recorder of
fice, good will and all to Mr, Al Fair
brother, who is to take possession of
'the property on the first day of
July. It is said that the paper will
be continued as a weekly publication
as Mrs. Fairbrother, who will be in
charge of the paper, says she has
had enough of daily papers for the
Why wouldn't truck farming pay
iaCabarrnB? With the present
market and demand for vegetables
and with the bright prospects and as
jared increasing demand the farmer
could find ready sales for every kind
of track that can be raised. And
then it is all cash sales.
As a kind of reporter the thunder
is connected with the dissemination
of flash matter.
A lawyer in a court room may call
. a- man a liar, scoundrel, villian or a
"rThiefand no manjnakes a complaint
when court adjourns, rf a news
paper prints such a reflection on a
man's character there is a libel suit
or head editor. This is probably
due to the fact that people believe
what an editor says ; what the law
yer says cuts no figure. Raleigh Ob
EIGHTT BILES AN HOI K.
Several tf the great trunk rail
roads of the north are experiment
ing on their branch lines with elec
tricity as a motive power and the
repoits of its use are yery satisfac-
tory. It has beer demonntrated that
electricity u cheaper than steam and
that it will give any rate of speed
that can reasonably be desired.
A few days ago an electric locomo
tive on the Nontasket branch of .the
New York, New Haven and Hart
ford Tailroad was run at a speed of 80
miles an hour.
Hardly anybody wants to go at
that rate even in these fast times,
but the experiment has demon
jjted that electricity may be
tpptled for rapid transit,
Opinions differ as to the pros
of a general substitution of
icity-for steam on railroads
- the tendency is clearly in that
rection and many practical rail
i men believe that within a few
isjrolk of railroad -business
mow h electricity, At
The Morganton Herald says the
crops of the Waldenses are good.
The first peaches of the eeaaon
were shipped from Southern Pines
The family of Walter H Page,
Esq., editor of the Forum, is visit
ing at his old home in Moore county.
A one-and-a-half-yearold child
of Mr. James Beasley, of Johnston
county, drank concentrated lye and
died the next day from the effects.
The Ledger says that Ed Morton,
of Oxford, aged 26, was found eit.
ting up, dead, on a box in rear of a
bar-room in Oxford some days ago.
He was of intemperate habits.
The Southport Leader says a ein
gular thing happened in a store
there some days ago. A can of
sugar corn exploded with a loud
report and its contents were scat
tered all aronnd.
There is a Btone bridge at La
gang unina, wmcn is six miles in
length and is composed of 313
arches, eacb 70 feet bigb.
The fact that many preachers
were great atnietes anrin" tneir
college days may acoount for them
still being long-winded.
Mono Lake, a small body of water
in JNevada, is tarn to ne natural
soapsuds, on which immense bubbles
Mrs. Mattie Woolen, of viola,
Tenn., if the proud owner of a quilt
made of 3,1 62 pieces of calico.
The deepest salt well in the world
ib in the suburbs of Berlin. It is
an 8-mch well 4,185 feet in depth
It is generally believed in Ken
tucky that Secretary Carlisle will
succeed Senator Blackburn.
A force of 40,000 men are said to
have been employed constantly for
50year8 in building the I r perial
Canal of China.
In March 1865, buttermilk sold
in Richmond, Va., at $8 per gallon
and eggs at $24 per dozen, Confeder
It is announced that the discovery
has recently been made that vegetar
ians are never affected by seasickness.
The deepest place yet sounded in
the oceans was 26,850 feet in depth
which is something over 5 miles.
Joseph Collins and three brothers
named Brent were kil'ed Friday by
an explosion of a boiler in the
Moses saw mill at Spring Hill, Ark
Many others were severely injured.
At Columbus, O., last week,
United States Senator Roach, of
North Dakota, said that the people
west of the Mississippi riytr were
solid in favor f f the free coinage of
silver. Asked who, in his opinion,
was the strongest Democrat for the
presidency, he replied : "Vice
President Stevenson, though much
depends uron what stand he takes
on the silver ques'-ion." He said
Cameron is the only Republican who
can carry the West.
TEAM RUNS AWAY.
A Small Boy Hurt and a Load 01 Oro
ceries Emptied Info tbe Road.
Mr. Martin Widenhouse, who runs
a atore in Southern Cabarrus, was
in town Tuesday, On his way home
with Mr- and Mrs. Wm. Widenhonse
and Master Eddig in the wagon
while going down the big hill in No
11 township known as Hamby's hill
the brake 'rope broke, causing the
wagon to run upon the heels of the
mules, throwing all of them out, the
wagon passing over tbe body of
Master Eddie, considerably bruis
ing him, but breaking no bones,
however. The mules then began to
The wagon was loaded with gro
cenes such as sugar, conee, mo
lasses, ntc, which were dumped out
upon the ground and scattered pros
Mr. Will Widenhouse was thrown
between tbe mules on the wagon
tongue, but escaped uninjured.
. Tree of Biblical Knowledge.
The Bible contains 3,565,480
letters, 810,697 words, 81,175 verses,
1,189 chapters and 66 books, longest
chapter is tbe 119 Psalm ; the shorts
est and middle chapter is the 117
Psalmthe middle verse is the 8th
of the 118 Psalm, The longest name
is in the 8 chapter of Isaiah. The
word "and" occurs 46.627 times-
The 37th chapter of Isaiah and the
19th chapter of tbe 2 book of Kings
arr'alike. The longest verse is the
9 of the 8 chapter of Esther, the
shortest the 35 of the 11 chapter of
John. The 21 verse of the 7 chapter
of Ezra is the only one of the entire
collection which contains every let
ter in the alphabet. The word
"Lord" or its equiyalent, "Jehovah'
occurs 7,693 times in the old Testa
ment, or, to be more exact, the word
"Lord" occurs 1853 times and tho
word "Jehovah" 5,815 times. The
word "God" does not occur in the
book of Esther, but there is Wisdom
Knowledge, Holiness and Love in
every chapter of the entire work.
No morphine or opium in Dr. Miles' Pais
ll'ki aii rain.
"One cent a dose."
Wbat Jake Sewcll TMaks.
Editor Standard: In mixing
and mingling with the people, I
find that there i, or seems to
be, but one issue in politic?, and
that is the coinage question. They
discuss it behind tbe counters, in
the office, on the sidewalk, around
the goods-box which f urniehes whit
tling timber, at the cross-road stores,
on the publ'c highways, at tne
country meeting house, within the
home circle, at d some time between
the plow-handles while that power
ful creator of wealth stands idle.
Everyone has an idea of his own,
. I , !il
or nas oorrowt-a one, euner iroiu
John Sherman or Mary Ann Butler.
xVnd nearly everyone seems to know
exactly the nature of the nation's
affliction. It is eimply wonderful
to think how many statesmen
and able financiers we have in this
country. What a pity we did not
have them when cotton was worth
15 cents per pound and the country
slowly went to dilapidation and
ruin ! Ob, why weie they such a
late eddition ? and why was it not
possible for th?m to arrive in time to
rescue us from the chasm of debt
and destitution into which we were
so rapidly sinking ? It is a remark
able fact that the man who snows
most f.bout currency and can
discuss most learnedly(?) the coin
age of silver is, in most instance?, tbe
man whose wife supports the
family, husband included, by her
ntddle or by the wash tub. It is a
shameful spectacle when presents
itself, and in defense of the women
of the land, tbe silver question
should be forced to a speedy settle
Now, I am not going to attempt
to discuss the coinage issue I could
not if I wished to do so, and i am
sure I do not wish to try it. But as
a Democrat, I hayc certain views
with regard to party policy, ana be
ing convinced, first.of their absolute
right; and Second, of their approval
by a majority of the voters of the
them. I am aware of the fact that
we have a iob on hand, and the
swner we set ourselves to work on it
the sooner the skies will brighten
and the sun peep down once moie
on a united and glorious party.
In its Chicago conyention, the
party declared itself in favor of
both gold and silver as the Btandard
money of the nation, "without dis
criminating against either metal or
charge for mintage, the moneys
to be of equal intrinsic and ex
changeable value. It declared fur
ther that the safely of such currency
should be insured, if possible, by an
internationl agreement ; and if not
by such agreement, by such "safe
guards of legislation as shall insure
th3 maintenance of the parity of the
We have now reached the point
where action is necessary. The
great question cries for solution and
business begs for it to be settled.
An "international agreement" seems
to be impossible if not impossible
awfully far"away. The Democratic
party declared its faith in its own
ability to settle the matter; and also
in the ability of the United States
Government to stand, unaided and
alone, on a tails of lust coinage
and 8 ay to the nations of the earth
"This is my dollar; it is worth one
hundred cents of your gold or your
good?; take it for the debt I owe
It ia theiefore, the duty of the
party to meet in an authorized con
vention and declare what is, in its
wisdom, a just and proper ratio of
coinage for 'be two metals. The
Republicans have virtually done
this; and the Populist have declared
that they believe the proper ratio to
be 16 to 1. And both of those
parties have a banner to fight under.
The Democrats have no banner.
They are bouncing around on the
bottom of their pants, without a
shelter or a shade. Some of them
are going off after the strange god
of Republicanism, while others are
trying to find peace in Popuhstic
promise. It is time to stop this
foolishness ! We have something
grander and greater than personal
animosities to satisfy. A united
march and a victorious battle will
ae mere honorable for the party
than a factional slaughter which
now threatens to wipe it out of
exigence. The ocean is too troubled
for ub to allow our ship to drift nn
anchored we must fasten her to
the solid rock. We have homes and
priceless interests, in the Sunny
South, the sancity of which will be
left tp the mercy of the intruder's
tread and the clutches of tbe fiend
while we J are away fighting our
selves. Jake Neivell.
Flows, N. C, June 25, 1895.
A Family suicide.
Paris, June 25. A sensation has
been created here by the suicide of
M Fabrice Carre, a noted barrister
and dramatic author, and his wife,
by shooting themselves with a re
volyer. M Carre was well known
in political and literary circles.
Madame Carre was recently divorced
from her former husband, M Psalis,
What stops Neuralgia? ,Ir. Miles' Pain Pills.
A PRESIDENT THIS TIME.
Ocala'ft Bank Officer, E. G. Apnew
LeU Them off Easy Witn 8s,O00.
Jacksonville, FU., June 22. E
G Agnew, President of the First Na
tional Bank of Ocala, was today w
dieted by the grand jury of the
United States court on charges of
embezzlement, abstraction and m:8
application of the funds of the bank
and of making false entries on the
books of the bank, by crediting his
personal account with Bums of
money aggregating $25,000. The
bank suspended two months ago and
has since been in charge of bank
examiner J R McDonald. The
affairs were found to be in bad shape
and it is doubtful if the depositors
will get ten per cent of their money.
Agnew is under bond for appear
ance for trial and will be arrainged
next Tuesday in the United States
Court here. One of the accounts
in the indictment is placing a check
for $3,400 payable to the bank to
bis private credit. Another is the
embezzlement of $17,500 in bank
notes, greenback and coin. He is
charged with .buying worthle 8
stocks and bonds of ,par value of $25,
000 for nominal consideration and
placing them to his personal account
on the books of the bank at face
A JEWISH TRAGEDY.
An I nuHiinl Mory of Wlfe-Berting-,
FifThtlng- and Manslanghter.
New Orleans, June 22. A
special to the Daily State from
Monroe, la., says: Simon Stem,
propreitor of the Stein Hotel at this
place was shot and killed this morn
ing about 10 o'clock by cis broter-in-Iaw,
Samuel Blum. Stein had
struck his wife or was beating
his wife when Blum came to his
sister's assistance. Stein drew a
knife and made a rush at Blum, but
the latter drew a revolver and fired
five shots into Stein, killing him
instantly. It is a remarkable affair,
as all concerned are Jews. These
people seldom, if tvert indulge in
wife-beating and very rarely fight,
much less kill each other.
A Negro Toe t racked.
The Sou them railroad has a force
of about fifty hands, placirg the 700
pound steel rails over the main line
from Danville to Charlote. By
putting down these heavy raila, tbe
road can then make greater spfed
than has ever been known in this
section, and with a great deal lees
danger of tearing up the track.
On Friday evening one of the
rails was thrown from a flat car,
falling upon the foot of one of the
hands, mashing the toes badly,
Vonns Hiiixon Kan nnd Escapes Jail
Tuesday afternoon Esquire W J
Hill spent several hours sitting on
the trial of .Nathan Cranford, the
miller at Morris's mill, for assault
with oeadly weapons in two charges,
upon Frank and Columbus Hinson,
father and eon, who were the prose
cnting witnesses. uranroru was
found guilty in one case and was
put under bond far his appearance
The Hinaon men, however, in giv
ing their testimony trapped them'
selves ana tne oia man now lies in
jail while the younger one took leg
bail and passed out of town without
waiting to fix the bond.
Warm weather this week, and
ram needed, very light showers
during las week, but in other sec
tions more rain fell.
Harvest is about over, and soon
the bugle will be heard over the
hills and valleys, and the death of
chickens will be noted.
Mr. .Hinry Kluppleberg, of
Charlotte, has been at the Misen
tenner & ijentz springs tor some
days, also his cousin from Rtleigh,
Misses Minnie and Stella Duls,
and others, gave an entertainment at
the Misenheimer & Lentz springs
Mouday night fur the benefit of the
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary Society of Bethel church.
They think of giving another next
Monday night. It is worthy to be
QRemtmber the picnic at 'ad-
stone cn the 4th of J nly. We will
try and keep you cool with ice and
water, lemonade, ice cream, and so
In TwWeeo Its.
It is now known positively that
Concord is to have with crs again
Mr. Frank L Kobbins, who for a
year or more has been living at
China Grove, supenntendng the
cotton mills at that place. Mr.
Kobbins is well liked by the opera
tives over whom he has charge,
aad they regret, one and all, to
give him up. He will come to this
city to engage in the employ of the
Odell Manufacturing Company,
Monday, July 8. Mr, Emery,
whom Mr. Kobbins succeeds, will go
to Lynchburg, Va
In the manoeuvres attending the
march of civilization the bicycle is
the right wheel.
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A MOTHER'S GRIEF.
Court Hceue When Her Sob Was Sen
tenced to be Huns;.
Paris', Tex , June 24. One of the
moBt dramatic scenes ever enacted
was witnessed here in the Federa'
courtroom to-day. While Judgf
Bryant was papcirg sentence upoD
John Stevenson, who had bsen con
victed of the murder of Deputj
Marshal Joe Gann, at Paul's Valley,
in August, 1893, the courtroom wat
densely packed with people, all
craning their necks to see and hear.
Tteveneon was a&ked if he had
anything to say why the eentenc3 ol
the law should not be pronounced
unou him. He arose and walked
within a few feet of the Judge'
stand and talkad for a! -out 60 min
utes, lie insisted that he had not
had a ;air trial and reviewed the
case at length. He told of hie
former career, and declared that he
had lived an honest lift fend, while
be had his faults, had never wronged
any parson. There was so much
earnestness and p.itbos in his man
ner that every heart was moved to
pity and tears glisUning in every
eye when he had concluded. Judge
Bryant said that he w ss not actuated
bv any malice, and that he had no
choice in the matter, but was only
performing a disagreeable duty.
'The sentence, sid tbe court,
"that the Marshal of the Eastern
District of Texas U directed to take
you to tbe Paris jail, and keep you
safely there until Friday, S ptember
13, when, between th hours of 10
a. ni. and 4 p. m. "
At this point a p'ercing cry rang
tnroun tne rom. breveasun a
mother wlo sat a tew feet bade cf
him, rose to her foot and sh risked :
4 Oh, m; God ! How can I bear
that after praying-over my boy ever
since he wns a baby 1"
Stevenson turned and motioned to
bis mother to sit down and, in
voice choking with emotion, bade
her be quiet. Marsh! Williams
hurried to her side and managed to
calm her with words of sympathy,
SuppresEeJ sobi were heard from
many spectators. Af ier a moment s
sileuce Stevenson walked up to the
Judge's stand ard leaned agaiiist it,
when Judge Bryant finished in
lewer tone of voice, saying :
"He Bhall hang you by ths neck
until you are dead."
When Stevenson sat down his
mother clas, ed him in her arms as
if be were-a bdbe, crjing and calling
him endearing names. Ilia attor
neys gave notice of appeal.
A gTUANGE FIND.
.nr. Will Fife Loses and Finds IE is
Monday evening while little Erma
the daughter of Mr. J A Berryhill
was plajing near her home on West
Trade street, she ran against Mr
Will Fife. After exchanging a fetf
words with Mr. Fife, Erma ran to
her father's store crying that some
thing was in her hair. Examina.
tion showed Mr. Berryhill a piece of
black ribbon, but giving it a pull a
handsome gold watch inscribed with
Mr. Fife's name came with it. In
the meantime Mr. Fife, thinking
himself the victim of pickpockets,
reported his loss to the police and
glad was he when his watch was re
turned to him. Penny Post.
A very bad Btory is gang the
rounds about a certain magistrate in
the county who was sent a warrant
for the arrest of a certain mis
creant, and the night before tbe
warrant was placed in the hands of
the constable, the magistrate in
forms the man the nature of said
paper, giving him time to make
good his flight. Probably the mag
istrate in question thought he was
doing a friendly act by notifying
the man to be gone, but he had no
regard for the solemn oath taken
when sworn in office. The magi 8.
trate is high ia Popuhstic circle?.
A Standard reporter bas been in
formed that the sheriff was inr-8'i-
gating th case.
If siher were coined ard distrib
uted free, some people would grum
ble because all the halves and
quarters, were not dollars. Rock-
ingbam Rocket. "
COST MARKS GONE GLIMMERING.
Come, let'a reason together about yalues. It will
. pay yon. Af everyone in our town, and milea in the
country, knows, the downspour of last Tuesday
"caught us" without a cover over our heads. We sus
tained quite a damage. But what of that. We are
able to stand it, and. if you need anything in the
Furniture line it will be money to you. Until
goods are all sold we are going to make prices that
will astonish the natives. Say, do you need a Re-
frigerator? We have the only cleanable, and the
Freezing ''Gurney" on the market. See it beiore
you buy. Shipments will be in this week.
Yours to please.
Cannons, Fetzer & Bell.
THE WIDOW PREACHED.
Mrs. Bnell Married in Order to Re
form Her Husband, but Failed.
Holly, Mich., June 25. The fu.
neral of LtGrand Buell, who died
Saturday, was held at the M. E.
church today, when bis widow
preached the funeral sermon.
Mrs. Bnell created a sensation
three years ago by securing a diyorce
from the R-av. John F Wethrell, of
Clio, to enable her marrhge. The
divorce and marriage occurred tbe
same week. At the time of the mar
riage Mrs. Buell published a lengthy
article in the local papers nuking
public her rer.eons for marrying
Buell, wb ch was to reform him
from bis excessive drinking habits.
Th'"s she failed to do.
Mr. Buell for years wrote for the
leading song journal of the country.
He Will Go.
Adyentist Sanford was agaiu
called upon Tuesday night at his
house on Spring street, when the
men came to warn him the second
time that his presence was ,not de
sirable -to the citizens in that por
tion of the city and that his time
would be extended 24 hours. He re
ported the above to Chiet of Police
Boger this (Wednesday) morning
and stated that he would pack his
household effect today and would
leave the city as soon as possble
thereafter, which will probably be
several days hence.
It is said that a certain man on
East Depot street sleeps with his
gun in hand and when awakened,
imagines he sees persons surround
ing and eavesdr ppingj his home.
He shoots his gun every night,
which has caused fear among his
neighbors and which may prove
dangerous, if kept up. Some pars
ties think the unfortunate man's
mind is impaired, and if such be
the case, he might pour a load of
shot into some innocent person.
PliiKKed Him in the Head.
Almost any time during the day a
swarm of little negro boys can be
seen roaming o?er the streets in
idleness, and, oftentimes they get
yery impertinent and eaasy. Tues
day afternoon two of theie little
fellows quarreled, one called the
other ugly names, whereupon John
Pharr chunked a stone at Lawience
Bsr, strikin? him npon the head,
breaking tbe stone in'o several pieces
and cmsed tne blood to run freely
from the wound. No arrests were
Clone Into Business.
In the departure of Mr. R K
Black for Texas a month ago, Con
cord lost one of its most popular
attaches. It was hoped when he
left that his sojourn in the Lone
Star Sa?e .ould be only for a Bhort
while; but news has reached the city
to the effect that he has gone into
the general merchandise business at
Temple. Texas, with his brother. Mr.
Ed. M Black; therefore, he will not
return. His many friends hate to
lose Mr. Black, ail of whom joins
The Standard in wishing him
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while teething, with perfect success.
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world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's
Soohing Sjrop," and take no other
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
JThen she was a Clilld, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. .
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
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t;iwini Machine that is noted
ch- wor'.d over for its dtira
l;ii:; v. Yon want the one that
is c jsiest to manage end is
There Is none tn the world that
S?"i can equal in mechanical con
rtyt2 t traction, durability of workinp
lu appourance, ur in uiuu
li pro veraenui as uie
N ew Home
It has Automatic Tension, Double Peed, aliVe
on t;t!i tides of needle talented), no other has
it ; New Stand (patented), driving wheel hinged
on adjustable centers, thus reducing friction to
write; fch circulars.
THE SEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.
Oa-tOB, Mjps. IioRTiK, H am. Umos HorARS, S. T
CiliO -Iix. ST. l.oris, Jin. P u.u. THUS,
t-. "r.A.Nciseo, "u An. ami A, ("a.
FOil LE BY
YORKE & WADSWORTlT"
Concord, N. C.
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 6
Middlings 6 J
Low middling 5.75
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugarcured nauis 12Jtol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Lard 8 toll
FlourlNorth Carolina) 1.75
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock unci Eondg
130 & 132 Ptarl S'-reflt,
iNEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or tarritd on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circa
Jar on ppeculat'o i, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Comprises the University, the
College, the Law and Medical
Schools, and the
for teachers. Tuition $60 ; 35
teachers. -471 students. Ad
dress President Winston,
Chapel Hill, N C, for Cata
logue and handbook on "UN I
Dr. Miles' IV M ma are guaranteed toatm
Jieadaehe In gQ minutes. "One cent a dose?
n A 4 If aohs and Bctdiuciiui relieved
DAw Kby Dr. Miles' Nerve Plaster. .
o O 0
We are Sole Selling
in this market
Casson Lime Co's.
Lf I M E
When in the market we would be
pleased to have yonr orders.
G. W. Patterson
Wholesale and Retail Grocery.
CONCORD, N. O.
A YOUNG IWARI PREVENTED
A crowd of eager people were
surging into Smithdeal &
Morri-' Hardware to ie their
fall stocK of'gnni. Each
man proceeded to arm him
self with a deadly weapon,
bat as tbe gum were un
loaded several accidents were
In the house of this firm your
life is c: lefully guarded, (no
loaded gnn unchained) and
in tbe purchase of their
goods, your money goes fur
Iher than in any other Hard
ware store in 'he State. If
yon don't believe it, come
and see our stock of
AND BUILDERS .
is complete, and most and
will be told at tde L treat
possible figure. We also hare
a car lead ot Boggie and
stock of GUNS at low Tariff
CALL AND BE CON VINCED,
ithdeal k Morris.