THE : STANDARD
Uosced. Caeaeetjb Cooty, N. C
JAMES P. COOK - - Editor
"THE KA1HCAL BME BOTTLER
.GET". IS HIS WORK.
Tbua ended the contemptible con
spiracy against the life of the two
grand old parties a conspiracy in
the came of patriotism, engineered
by the jackals of both parties who
fear to lead a right, and have not
the courage to stop their cohorts in
time to save the innocents.
Mole rnit sua. Yahoo.
' The above is the closing paragraph
of a sour and a half icolumn commu
nication daied 4'Kileigh, Sept 25,"
that appeared in Sunday's Charlotte
Observer. It purported to be a hu
morous account of the Silver Con
yention that is called to meet in Ral
eigh this week.
While the News and Obseryer is
in accord with the action of the
State Deinccratia Executive Com
niittce, held in Kaleigh, May 20th.,
in believing that no necessity exists
for holding a silver convention in
the S:.:ite this year, this paper cannot
'.C'1e33 scribe to call the
the convention "jack-
sppirators" without an
indignant rebuke. If
Z the authorship of the
C2 be correct, it will
net eccyi.cn ivay surprise that such
Democrats ;.a Jarvis, Carr, Cooke.
Smite, Ache-, Lronghton, and others
should h'i called "jackals" by dis
credited, life-long llepublicans. No
Democrat, not ready to plume his
flight to greener pastures, would
characterize the honest and well
meaning action of these gentlemen
as a "contemptible conspiracy," or
the men engaged in this movement
The article not only ridicules and
slanders such men as we have
named, but many other Democrats
who, while believing in silyer, have
not approved the calling of the conr
yention. ItB purpose is therefore
Bhown to .be to hold up all advocates
of Bilver as "conspirators" and
"iackJg!ad thus fly-blow as many
crats as possible. This is the
policy of wisdon for the Republican
politicians who see in the division in
Democratic ranks, which they thus
try to create, and the gullibility of
some the opportunity of coming in
to power of the Populists and the
venality of others, again. These
Republicans know that the men
m whom they have the most to
r are the consistent Democrats
who are standing by the cause of
silver just as the whole party in the
State has stood by it since 1873,
is these consistent men, whose De
mocracy was learned in the schools
ol Jefferson and Jackson, whom the
Republicans fear. Hence they hold
them up to ridicule and contempt,
And seek to destroy their influence
by wanton misrepresentation. You
rarely hear one of these fellows
criticize a gold bug Democrat for
the reason that they know theii
policy is helpful to Republican suc
cess. The man they attack are the
men they fear.
The &bo?e is an editorial in Tnes
day's Raleigh News and Observer,
The Standard cannot see, for the
life of what good such articles
ansnT' the "Democratic party. It
held up eoma of the most prominent
woikers t.z& v.nUemished characters
to the ridicule of the public. Such
ii cot ecuuuewe to harmony; and
xny Lord, ii is harmony that is need-
el at thia tiu-e-l
IF BEflOCKACY NATS OVERMAN
Yesterday's Standard tells how
Hon Lee S Overman was taken at
Lynchburg, Va., by a colored woman
for a conductor. Go slow Professor.
This is evidently a scheme hatched
bv vour fertile brain to side
track Overman for governor and
make him a railroad . conductor.
And we will expose the plot in all
of its envy if you don t let up.
It's a true bill, certain. Mr. Ov
erman enjoyed it and we are here to
testify that he answered the dusky
maid's questions conrteouBly Indeed
more so than any conductor on the
Virginia Midland railroad would do,
- and Mr. Overman certainly knew he
was out of the State of North Caro-
; lina. He's not like a Charlotte can
didate for mayor, who button-holed
. Cabarrus colored sovereign and
fixed him; but afterwards, finding
cut the negro to be no Charlotte
yoter, cussed him. Mr, Overman,
the . trne gentleman that he is, will
allow no one to outdo him in
No, we hai e no plot. There's no
crime for any .man to aspire to
the Governorship. But we Are not
v t.9 manufacturing' bnainesa
this the people will do. It is before
them we , must all take our claims
and get them audited, We are not
making or unmaking candidates.
IT NEEMS TO BE C EXEBA I.
The Standard has several times
spoken of the amount of sickness in
Concord. This is true, and it can
not be denied. Many thought it
dne to the lack of sanitary precau
tion, and said so publicly, and The
Standard published it. This paper
knows that it is not customary with
newspapers to publish such news,
but it strikes' us as legitimate and
necejsary, thereby causing us all to
be more caref uL
In .this connection, while we do
not delight in it, but'greatly deplore
it, The Standard learns from re
liable sources that reveral towns
near here on the Southern road are
baying more fever than is Concord.
It is even in the country districts
and small villages.
The officrs of the town are nut to
blame more than the private indi
viduals. The new order of things is
Buch that the authorities cannot ap
propriate funds for sanitary pur
poses. This bebg the case it becomes
the duty ot all to be as precautious
as is possible.
This is a dangerous -time every
where, and Coacord is not alone,
but among the many.
The Standard speake of this
matter as an act of duty, and not in
a captious spirit. It is, and no honest
man will deny, as jealous of ihe
town's good name as any individual
within its gates.
A Morthern paper says the Chi
nese have decided to hang some of
the fellows who took a hand in mur
dering the missionaries. If this
be so it looks as if the Chinese were
getting the hang of things, and are
departing' from the old style of chop
ping off beads.
Foreign immigration is on the in
crease. The arrivals last month at
New York numbered 27,199, which
was nearly, 10,000 more than for
August of last year. The total bo
far for this calendar year is 212,773
as against 106,581 for last year.
That was a great silver rally in
Salisbury on the 19th. Just 300
met the little U. S. Senators.
'Hon. Lee S Overman, a probable
candidate for Governor, as his name
is often mentioned, was taken in
Lynchburg, Va., for a railroad con
ductor. Mr. Overman hnmored the
joke. ,This is one on the Carr.
It is said that there are twenty
four duels pending between Spanish
editors, who stem to be oblivious of
the fact that there is a racket going
on in Cuba where they could have a
splendid chance to Blake their thirst
A good many dead men are drawn
on juries, but possibly never until
last week was one nominated for
a public ofhee. At the county con
vention of prohibuionists in West
Chester, Pa,, the delegates succeeded
in nominating Elijah F Pennpacker,
of Schuylkill, for county surveyor.
The candidate died last February.
A dead man will ran on that ticket
just as well as a live one. When
bond-making comes, the other crowd
without a corps will be on the roll
Ten years ago, had a man uttered
what Dr. Cy. Thompson did, he
would be hounded out of the State.
To-day his slander of the Christian
church is sustained by lots of peo
ple, who inch by inch have been
brought to where they will endorse
anything said or done by a leader.
May the good Lord bring our peo
ple to their former eel yes !
The cotton planters of the South
aro this year receiving about 3 cents
a ponnd more for their cotton than
they got last year. This is an ad.
vance of about $15 a bale. Esti
mating the crop this year at 8,000,-.
000 bales, which is 2,000,000 under
same of the estimates, the 3 cents a
ponnd will bring $130,000,000 more
into the cotton States than last year.
Col. A B Andrews is one of the
State's 'first citizens. He is now
the first vice-president . of the
Southern railway. Col. Andrews
look,backward and downward a long
w?y the rising in his life has been
steady and sure. He has the ele
ments for such success.
The Wilmington Star, the oldest
daily paper in the State, celebated
its 28th anniversay on Sunday. It is
a Star, a bright pne that twinkles its
brightest . when compared, with
otbeis. There is assurances of many
more years or it of usefulness, sues
cess and honor.
Cap t Bill Day tells the Raleigh
Prees -Visitor that a great fight will
be made at . tne October term of
Wake court to have iSuck Kilchea
installed as superintendent of the
penitentiary. . Bill says it's the am
bition of hi3 life to turn Mr. Leazer
out of his job.
Rsv. Dr. and Mrs. E H Harding,
after an absence of all the summer
in North Carolina, haye returned to
Farmville, Va. The Doctor's pulpit
(Presbyterian) has been filled during
his vacation by Mr. Single, a Btu
dent of Union Theological Semi-,
When a girl has hooked a fellow
its natural for him to feel line a fi3h
out of water.
The Greensboro Daily Times is on
our table. It is six columns and
four" pagesi . It starts out with
evidences of activity and a long life.
The economical bicycle girl has
her sleeves made in such a way as to
be able to transform them into
Rev. Dr. Talmage baa been called
to First Presbyterian church, Wash
ington, D. C.
Some men won't drink a drop.
while on the other hand, some won't
drop a drink.
We are constrained to say thac the
old vuan's rooster-crowin? business
is surely connected with the rain
Notwithstanding the efforts of the
Chinese and Japanese officials to
suppress the news in regard to the
cholera, the truth has at laBt come
to light concerning the plague. Ja
pan and North China are fairly alive
with cholera germs. Siberian offi
cials have declared Japanese open
porta infected, and from odcial
sources it ia learned that over 17
000 people have died in Japan from
the plague since it3 start in the Pes
cadoe. In China the disease has
gained a firm foothold. Advices by
the Steamer Rio Janerio report that
in Tokio the heat is terrifSc, and the
disease germs have been nursed by
the climate into virulent life
In another column we print
clipping from the Statesville Land.
mark about the assignment. The
break is even worse than at first ex
pected. But like all failures, there
is a sadness about this. Wallace
Bros, haye done too much good to
come to all this.
CANOODLING WITH THEM.
a Match Gnuie Against Barrier CSet
IliiK Out Beef Timber A Light
Mt. Pleasant, N. C, Sept. 24.
Mr. Jobn D Barrier, who has been
teaching at New London, is at home
on a two weeks' vacation.
A slight shower of rain fell here
this evening, not quite enough to
settle the dust.
There is talk of a match game of
ball between the college team and a
team composed entirely of Barrier
boys. It is thought that the Bar-.
riers will prove a barrier lo the cp
Mr. David Corzine is supplying
the town again with beef. He has
slaughtered many of the dozens
foot animals since.moving here.
The New York World says the
Chamber of Commerce has polled
the incoming Congress and finds
that silver cannot win. But of
course this is not of sufficient im
portance to affect the silver conven
tion of the 25th, the proceedings of
which have already been written up.
It promises to be a badly mixed as
semblage, and we can't nee wherein
those Democrats are consistent,
who cussed fusion last year, but are
now canoodling with its oiiginators
and propagators. We know there
are tricks in politics, but tricks are
THE SILVER CONVENTION.
The Politician Met Tuesday Xlirht-
The Attendance Rot no Large As Ex
Raleigh, N. C, Sept 25. The
Silver Convention met today at 11
a. m., called to order by Ed Cham.
bers Smith. The temporary chairs
man was Hon. Jas.'C McRae, ex
supreme court justice.
There were caucuses Tuesday
night. Ten Democrats, ten Popa
lists and ten Republicans composed
the committee. It was dwindled
down to three each to draft and out
line work for the convention. .The
committee is as follows ; Democrats:
E C Smith, Sam Ashe and Judge
McRae; Populists: Butler, Whitaker
and Guthrie; and Republicans: Mott,
Harris and West Mci eland. -
We had arranged for a full report.
by wire, but up to time of going to
press additional matter had not been
received. . - .
At Mr. George W Patterson's store
there ia a cat that has an affray with
some dog almost every day. It
doesn't allow a dog to come within
its territory about the store, and it
has sever been known to lose a fight.
A COOL TIME COMING.
mw a " - IS 1UUU
Xnongrti to Come a Fnr South u
Washington, Sept. 23. The
barome"ter has risen rapidly over
the lake region and central valleys,
and it has fallen rapidly at the
Rocky Mountain stations. It is high
est over the c:ntral- Mississippi yal
Iey, and it is low north of England
and north of Montana. The weather
is generallj clear in all other dis
tricts. The temperature continues high
on tee Atlantic coast and it has
risen in the regions cf the Mississip
pi. It is about 20 degress cooler in
the Ohio valley, the lake regions and
'1 he cool wave will extened east
ward and it will be felt on the
Atlantic coast tomorrow as far south
as North Carolina, attended by gen
erally fair weather and northly
winas. ine temperature will rise
s'owly from the Ohio valley west
ward to the Rocky Mountains.
THE MERCURY'S DULL THUD.
Nlie Ira Hard in St. Louis, Uolne
From 00 to 43 OTvjrrees.
St. Louis, . Sept. 23. From ' 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon until 4
o'clock this morniDg the mercury
dropped from 93 to 45 degrees. The
drop in temperature was preceded
by severe westerly winds. At 9
o'clock this morning the sun was
shining brightly -and the mercury
registered CO degrees.
Reports received from a number of
points in Missouri, Aikansas, Illi
noid, Iowa and Indian Territory
show that the drop in temperature
was generally felt in these States,
No damage to crops is noticed.
Klicn Baby wn3 sick, we gave her Castoria,
Then she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria.
When sho became Miss, she dung to Castoria.
'When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A NeaNitle Incident.
Writing from Narragansett pier to
the New York Recorder, a corres
pondent says : Wednesday night
hop was a practically merry one.
When the music ended soaaethin
lay upon the floor, glittering from
its lowly position, which caused
eyery one to etop' until a circle was
formed about it. Yet no one touched
no one approached within three
fiet of is, and it began to loo it as if
it might become the property of the
Casino. Yet any woman there
would have grasped it eagerly had
she been alone, for it was a dainty
silken garter m light blue, elapsed
with a beautiful pearl and diamond
"To whom doe3 it belong ?" said
the smooth-shavea footman, as be
"Stand back," commanded one of
The footman stood back and the
silken circlet remained on the floor,
It was not for his hands to touch.
"To whom does it belong ?'' fe
peated the chappie.
No one replied, and the girls
looked at each other, while the
chappies stood spellbound.
"How could any one hesi'ate to
claim it ?" exclaimed one ardent lit
tle fellow. It was a delicately
moulded thing, and had not.yet lost
the line of curves it had assumed by
contact with the wearer's lovely
limb. As it lay on the polished
floor it looked warm and almost
The chappie at last stooped over
the silken thing and murmured : "If
it isn't claimed instanter I shall con
stitute myself a fairy prince and go
about matching for my Cinderella."
Needless 'o say, he was hissed
out, and then the footman approach
ett and insisted that the garter must
be taken to the office, where the
owner could claim it.
"Oh, no, no !" exclaimed a cweet,
blushing creature, "anybody could
claim it and describe it now 1"
All eves turned npon her. She
stood with blushing' cheeks and
downcast eyes, and the footman
queried : "Ia it yours, miss ?"
A moment's hesitation and the
fair girl was inspired with a bright
idea. Tugging at her companion's
coat sleeve she whispered : "Cholly,
dear, say it's yonra !"
Not on your life !" was the quick
rejoinder, but I'll say it's yours and
be proud of it"
He stretched forth his hand and
closed the coveted thing beneath his
fingeis. Then he passed through
the doorway with garter in his hand
and the girl on his arm.
And the band -played a waltz.
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JIE HITS 'EM?
r. ltiigo Vhch Nome Strong and Sen-
Our readers will remember the
rpeech of Cy Thompson, president ot
the Alliance, ma'de at Carysome
time ago, in wbich he said :
;The church today stands where
it has always stood on the side of
human slavery and not on the side
Considerable comment has been
made on his remarks arid the Ral
eigh Observer on Sunday had let
eers from a number of eminent di
vines on the matter.
Among others was one from Dr.
Kilgo, president of Trinity College,
in which he says :
"I am much opposed, Mr. Editor,
to a reckless and vicious attack upon
the cburch. No one claims perfec.
tion for it, but no good can come
from an indiscriminate abuse of it.
I am not disposed to condemn Dr.
Thompson for an attack not half so
malignant as hundreds of others
thac go unnoticed. Evangelists are
to day saying harder things about
the church and its ministry, and get
ting good pay for the job. Speakers
at college commencements denounce
the church as narrow, bigoted and
sectarian. Men write down Chris.
tian colleges aa'si-ctarian fanaticism,'
and occasionally editors denounce
the ministry and charge them with
sensuality, All these things have
occurred in North Carolina in the
past twelve mouths, and nothing has
been said against tnem as vicious
and false attacks on the church of
God. Of them all, Dr. Thompson
is most innocent, though I must con
demn any erroneous attack the doc
This is what you might call hit
ting the nail rquarely on the head
The Observer, in the same usue.
also had a cartoon representing
Thompson, Icgersoll and the devil
in bed together, where the following
dialogue is supposed to nave taken
Cy Thompson "The church
stands taday where it always stood.
on the 8ideaof humanslayery and not
on the side of liberty."
The Deyil "I heartly approve
of your viewe, Cy. My champion
Bob lngersol?, is getting old, and
soon will be eternally with me. We
will need a pood one to take his
place. Keep up the lick, Cy, and
you will get your reward."
Bob Inger8oll ' Cy, you can
get a better admirer than my old
chum, don't let the church folks
head you eff, you ure makiDg
magnificent record, and may yet
proye a better disciple of darkness
than 1 have ! ' Greensboro R cord
A SPIDER BITE.
3lr. I, nm JHorriHOn's Dantl in Bad
Shape Wan On Ills Way to Town.
Mr. Lum Morrison, ot . Pioneer
Mills, was in the city today with a
load of yerj fine appleB.
Oa his way to the city, just btlow
Flowe's, a small bpider ran down his
coa'- sleeve on to his hand. It bit
him on the end ol his finger and by
the time he reached the city his hand
and arm were terribly swollen.
The bite was a very poisonous one
and caused Mr. Morrison to suffer
no little amount of pain.
From the State Press.
The Raleigh public schools have
opened undej the new superintend
ent, Prof. Howell, with 795 whites
and 829 colored pupils present; total,
1624. There are five schools, two
whites and three colored.
A number of Raleigh business men
take issue with Governor Carr re.
garding the business outlook of
North Carolina.. They think he is
too "blue" in his yiews. He does
not regard the prospect as bright.
J C L Harris says the silver men
are coming around to hia idea, name.
ly, to cut adrift from party until
silyer is restored. He is quite full
to the muzzle of this subject
The Winston Republican gives
it out as its opinion that "the Re
publicans will let the silver conven
tion in Raleigh severely alone.'
JLucKuseige uemocrat: We are
glad to learn that Mr. E L Somers is
obtaining good results in mining for
mica at the Pressly mine on Cullo-
whee, both as to quantity and
A Phenomenal Watermelon.
Mr. W P Gilmer, who lives on
Main street, in Mt. Airy, showed us
this morning the bigg at curiosity
we have seen this year in the vege
table or fruit line, as you please. It
was the section of a watermelon in
which a nnmber of the Beed had
sprouted and were growing. Mr.
Gilmer cut the melon yesterday and
was feasting on its delicious meat
when he noticed the phenomenon.
About a dozen of the seed had
sprouted and were growing in toward
the heart, and some of the sprouts
had developed two nice leaves. The
melon was grown by Mr. Gilmer in
side : the incorporation. Mt. Airy
News, ' ' ," ','.'"
pr. Mllea'JVf iWi a?e guaranteed to Mnt
.e4afc In 20 minute. "On cent a km?
CONCORD MARK KTa
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling. 7 85
Middlings ......7 65
Low mildhng 6.75
Stains 41 to 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Bacon 8 J
Sugar-cured nams 12itol5
Bulk -meats, Bides 8 to 9
Lard .: 8 toll
Flour(North Carolina). 1.75
Oats 30 to 35
Notice. oi DiHNOlntlon.
Notice is hereby eiven that the
firmofYorke & Wadsworth, com
posed of N. F. Yorke, J. C- Wads
worth and Cannonn & Fetzer as
silent partenerp, was dissolved by
mutual consent on the 24th day of
This the 6th day of August, 1895
N. F. Yoke.
J- O. Wadsworth.
Cannons & Fetzer.
We, N- F. Yorke, J. C. Wadsworth
and O. J- Ramp, under style and
firm name of Yorke, Wadsworth &
Co., will coiirtuct and carry on the
former buBints of Yoike & Wads
worth, and we assume all liabilities
of Jtorke & Wadsworth, and collect
all notes, accounts and other in
deb.tedness due l'orke & Wads
We respectfully &olicit the pat
ronage of the public-
Yorke, WrADSwonTnl& Co.
August 6, 1895.
Having been duly appointedand
qualified administrator of the estate
ot J. O- Wltherspoon, deceased, a 1
persona holding claims against the
said deceased are hereby notified to
present thorn duly authenticated to
the underaignea for payment on or
before the oth day of September,
1896, or this notice will be plead as
a bar to their recovery. Also all
persons owing said estate are notN
Ged that prompt payment is expect
ed. 31. JSESBIT,
This, Sept. 5, 1895.
I IHaving been duly appointed and
auahhed administrator on the: es
tate of N. G. White, deceased, all
persons holding claims against the
said deceased are hereby notified lo
present them to the undersigned
duly authenticated on or before
September 24, 1890, or this notice
will, be plead as a bar to their re
covery- Also all persons owing said
deceased are notified that prompt
payment is expected.
T. J. White, Administrator,
This, Sept. 23, 1895.
Having been duly qualified as ad'
ministrator of Luciucia Suther. dti
ceased, all persons holding claims
against said deceased are hereby
notified to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 23rd day
of September, 189G, for payment, or
mis notice win pe pieaci as a oar to
their recovery. All persons owing
said deceased are hereby notified to
make prompt payment.
W. J. Bill, Administrator,
This, Sept. 23, 1S95.
MORRISON H. CALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
Offic in Morris building, opposite
ALL GOING THEIR SELLER'S
The Cotton Crop IB (ihort ana Ihe De
mand Will be Vrent The Farmer
Han the Ball of the Board.
New Yoek, Sept. 24 Crop ac
counts show continued deterioration
and : pot oemand increasing in same
proportion aud will likely continue
to do so. We put the situation hk
fore your readers a few days ago in
its most practical Bhapo. It is worth
repeating at this particular time,
now that the whole world is recog
mzing the prospects not only of a
diminished yield but the possibilities
of a crop that may be of alarmingly
small proportion. If this crop
yields sir. and thrte-quarter millions
bales and American spinners can se
cure no more of it than last year, or
2,700,000, whereas their require'
ments will be 300,000 to 500,000
more, it means that Europe can ob,
tain only 4,000,000, out of it against
6,700,000 last year." The crop of
the current season and the world's
visible eupp'y of America can on
the 1st instant will aggregate not
exceeding 8,850,000 bales, but as the
world is now consuming about
9,200,000 and not 9;850,000 bales, as
we erroneously stated a few days ago
annually, of American, such a con
sumption would eat up eyery bale of
it, including the stocks at New
York, New Orleans, Liverpool and
Harve, and a good deal of invisible.
What will the world's spinners do
about it, or rather what have the
cotton producers to say about it?
Never before in the history of cotton
have the conditions of supply and
demand been so greatly in favor of
the seller of it as just now.
- Atwood, Violet & Co,
Awfnll) Wrong, .
The Concord graded school open
ed yesterday with an attendance of
250 children out of about 400 en
titled to attend. Salisbury Herald.
Oh, my dear brother! You are
awfully wrong. We have more of
em than 400. There are over 1,200
entitled to go, but many of them
are otherwise engaged. This is a
town of many children and good
climate ; and each must not go un?
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F. S. Send for explanatory circu
Iar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
COKCORD, N. C.
.. M. Odell,
D. B. CCLTRANE,
1j. D. COLTRAJTK,
J. M. Odell, D. F. Canuon
Elam King, J. W. Cannon,
W R. Odell, W. H. Lilly,
D. B. COLTRANE.
For men, women or boys at price? ranging
from S15 tot SO. We ship from f aitory snfrjget
to apTiDYal and are ttie only manuroctur
613 selling li-efttoConsnmerg. VfhT
no Ape nt. W e offer ftrrn ler t 1-ie in our
oxford mediator wheels a tirtOtoSKO than
other manufacturers with priced from IIOO
to 91 SO. Evjtt wheel folly warranted
Oin't pay loral d'nljr q prog of Fifty
pfrrfnt. Cut tliis out i.tui writo to-day tot
oui biindaome catalogue. Add res j,
VArviiW fnr Ui WtfiiSWHckatkin. ciucaafr
North Mm Gigs,
MT. PLEASANT, N. 0.
REV. J. D. SHIREY, D. D, PRES
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks, $85.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
the President as above, or
lm. Secretary op Faculty:.
Opens September 2. Otters full, thor
ough preparation for college ; practical,
thorough training for business or life.
For information or announcement, ad
dress. HOLLAND THOMPSON.
tt&s a22tw CtfNcord, -N. C.
Haviner been dulv an pointed and
qualified executor of the last will
and testament of Mary O. Kluttz,
deceased, all persona holding claims
against said deceased are hereby
notiuea to present tnem to the un
dersigned dulv authenticated on or
belore the 17th of August 1896 or
this notice will be dead as a bar to
their recovery. Also all persons
owing deceased ' are notified that
prompt payment is expected.
u. v. UABaiMiEB, Executor
Aug. 7 '95,
GQS3 r p5
5 EBffE I
will be v
for cash, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CONCORD, N. O.
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Wben you are about to bur a S
do not be deceived by alluring i
and be led to think you can Ket
fa nest finished and
for a mere song. See to it that
you bay from reliable manu
facturers that have Rained a
reputation by honest and sq uara
dealing, you will then get a
Sewing Machine that is noted
the worl.l over for it dura
bility. You want the one that
is easiest to manage and is
There li nnnn In thm wnrlrl' thar
? can equal in mechanical con .
f2 struction, durability of working
parts, fineness ot tinisn, beauty -in
appearance, or has aa many
improvements as the
It has Automatic Tension, Doahlc Fee4, aMca
on both sides of needle (,6acxif)tnfatlier haa -it
: New Stand ( tatentedY. drivine wheel hi need
on adjustable centers, thus reducing friction to
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
THE SEW HOME SEWIFG S JCHIHE CO.
Obamob, Mass. Boftov, Mars. 3 Tinii Sqttau, H. T
i'Hiczao, ill. er. i.ons, .no. jnu.ts, iiue.
&AM CAU .ATT.X.VTA, OA.
FOR CM DY
YOEKE & WADSWORTH
CONCOBD, N, C
By virtue of authority vested in
me by a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed on the 30th day of Novem
ber. 1)2. bv Jacob Li McCarrm and
wife, Lauia McCttrns, which Mortg
agaisduly n corded in Register's
Umce for Cabarrus count v in Book
6, Page 556, I will aeb at public auc
uon in iront oi Tiie (Jourt Mouse
door on Monday, October 7th, to
the highest bidder for cash, one
tract of land adjoin ng L M Sossos
mon and others, and described an .'
luiiows; ceginDiDE a awuiowon rf
west bank of Bockv Kiver. curner .
ot Li ol ooshiuoti, opposite the
mouth of a small bra ct, which is
on the ias; side of .the Kiver. and
runs with, three of L M ijosamon's
lines as follows : N 40J W. 18 80 cha.
to au elm on wtut ,bitk of ditch;
then N. 2 W. 18 chains to a stone
in the held; then JM. 74) W. 34
chains to a Btone in Monroe How"
ell's-line; then N. 24 E 15 chains to
a smaii sweet gum on ine Boutn.
bank of the branch. H McLartvs
corner; then with his line N. 82 E.
14 chains to a stone in tbe old
line: then the old line S- 41 .E. 61
chains to a branch on the wesf bank
of the Kiver. thence down the
Biver as it meanders to the begin
ning containing ninety-two (921)
and one huf acres more or less
being' part of the D M drriker
lands- O. Sossomon, Trustee.
.By W. M. Smith, Attorney.
Havin? transferred my Fire In
suranon business to Messrs.' H I
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I corns
mena them to any who may be in
need of fire insurance, ind bespeak
for them a liberal v&tronage.
- ' . J. Y BUBXBXiS.
We have assumed the Fire Insur
ance business of Mr. J. W. Burkhead,
comprising the agencies for several
first-class and well established com
paniee, and respectfully solicit a
liberal share of business in that lice,
Woopaons & HAMsii.