Vol. XI1L No. 18G
DARE lOUNTY SOLI).
l.nrtfet Sale of T.uinl ?:Vcr JIaIe in
ortli Carol lua Solil By Ontor of
Kaleigii, Nov. 21. Robert T
Gray, com mis doner, under order of
court, so'.u here today, 107,000 acres
of land m Dare county.
This embraces the entire county
save what are known as the "banks"
along the ocean shore, part of Our
rant Island and all of Roauoke
Island, the latter being the one on
whicli Sir Walter Ilaleigh's colonies
made the first English settlement on
The land was bid off by the trus
tee for the noteholders who are now
X?w York banks, the price paid
being one hundred thousand dollars.
This is the greatest sale ever
made in JNorth Carolina.
o Mnndard To-morrow.
As already noted there will be no
Daily Standard tomorrow. Obe
dience to the teachings of the BUb
chapter of Romans should lead us
to accept with deference the prcc
lipMiODS of onr chief execi lives of
the nation ami tiH tate nod in con.
f "t with the business enterprises of
the city our doors wi'l be closed,
while we sha'l muv e witn friends
and associates in tha legitimate
i j:-: arid festi vines of cur national
Thanksgiving that h yearly grow
: - r -ore a.iJ. nw- deeply fixed in
f ;-rts an I mi-.-d" of the Amei-ic-in
people. The Standard
' ' --i '6 its ' steeired patron the
hi'.rhri enjoyment of this f-.-s ny:-
n n . c i n t"j
The Best j''vt: in tKo wor.-d
oreT. Ulcer?. S;
. .f: jctterd ..'harc
:-is u ivi'i! i'lins. L-orns ana an
Eruptic-.s, hv.d pouivciy c'-res
or no phv re'.n-e.i, 1 ir
n.t; tec-d Vj give ertitiffaction or
i-'ionev refund". Price 5 cv.is per
box Kor zvAr at P B Fetzer's I i?
'!'"i '.'iii for ?'r;!;n..
' 'i-jrng taken at. v ent'.' ethodist
' hurcn Sunday mormug for r ho j
'Kford Orphan Asylum. The
1-ndsof i,h: 0for-.l aoy?um are
v-; -euilfy in vited fo attend.
The collection at the Presbyterian
h'ireh tomorrow morring will be
;,,r the beat-fit c f the Preabyiericn
'""phanage at Barium prri'ga.
The Tnauksgiying if. ring at the
' or al church will go to the
Thompson orphanage at Charlo te.
From Xo, i.
A. l Fisher, who has been
'fi delicate healtN fcr some time,
tf-'is confined to his bed during last
s'tof buggy harness was sto
1 ii from Mr. V E Miller last week
1 tome corn from Mr. A. M
There will be a Thanksgiving
'"' -ding in our community. We
- much happiness to the loving
A-- -h.hn Kluttz, better known as
Jonu Kluttz, has completed
' duelling house.
r farmers are breaking their
! "i ground for another crop. This
" :uaiiy early.
' John Barrier and Mis3 Annie
will be married at Mt. Olive
r v-v Sunday. Our congratulations
Tm happy pair. Wheel.
v- 'Vit stod3 euraisl fillies Pain nils
Wheat and oats are looking fine
in this community.
Mr VanderbiU bought a car load
of cattle from xMr. E B C Hamblev
It is so stated that Mr. John Lefler
and Miss Mattie Hulshouser will oe
united in the holy bonds of m uru
U,UUJ uu Auuieuay, uecemoer o.
There will be a, missionary s ile at
Grace Reformed church on Satur
day, the 5th of December.
It is supposed tha' there will b3 a
wedding north of Rockwell before
long. Guess who it is.
fzj30f- T TT I? 1 T r t
tj xxj louer hi: j - ,viC-
Graw - rted for the mountains
A Mean ami I)aslurlly Aet.
One of the most debased acts cf
vandalism we ever beard of occurred
Monday night at Guilford Bittle
Ground. Some miserable wretch
who deserves hanging played javoc
with tae beautiful monuments out
there, breaking the sban crcfrcl
over the grave of eveml an': . v;n
soldiers and badly mutilated the
Dive. Sumner and otbe- monu
ments, besides defacing he cano
pies over the springs :a.d ex..lLh
ing other signs of generai cu?sed
ne?s. We sincerely hope that the
guilty party may b apprehenuV-d
and punished. No motivt- "s ka jwa
for such an act. Greensboro Pat
riot. Forest 15 III Tcn,s.
Mrs. John A Trout man was lie: e
yebterday i.iui tcd y vi?i:iu : r -
There 13 a cotton patch ij the
m-iierL c r-.er of tow, inL l .--kes
ua t'ink cf July. If is full of
squares and blossorjs,
weather is so warm.
Mr. (ieoriie Trcu '..n;. ;u
spent Tuesday light r. -,
of Mr3. Tenie Tioutmj::
a ! l
l:caie cf our kfcui.W
. Ill Kivien-p.--pd
i (uid ill.),
?!o.:r, t is'."v bonuop,
iiiiirrie i tc Ki-'.k Annn.
'It, P v J II nuv,
The eevea montha c.d child t :'
Mr. (feorg" Tv ibrt d:,d ja' :-::-.
of. catarrhal pneumohhi. The fu.-
nerui v. nl talie place at 5 o'clock i
this eve? ing tv Rev. S A Evn
bardt. Mr. C W Moore, of Si?tesvt;ie, is
spending to Jay in town.
Rev. D A Braswell came in Tues
day and will spend the remainder
of the week here with L;j family.
There will be preaching at the
home of Mr. Baps, house No. 93,
tonight by Rev. J J Payaeur.
Miss Ada Coggins is suffering
For Over Filty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty yrws by
millions of mothers fcr their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the cnild, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the beet remedy for
Diarrhoea, li will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
Tvntj-fiye cents a bottle. Be sure
and ask for "Mrs Winslow3 Sooth
iLg Syrup," and take no othe kina.
Thanksgiving services will be hfdd
in All Saints' Church on Thursday
morning next at 11 o'clock. The
offering on that day will be fcr the
Thompson Orphanage, Charlotte.
A basket will be found inside church
door to receive worn clothing suit
able for children, and any other
goods that may be contributed.
J C Davis.
CONCOUW. N. C. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1896.
Two Lives Navea.
Mrs. Phoobe Thomas, oi Junction
City. Tli., was told by her doctors'
rihe had COnsumrjtinn anc fVior tht I
was no hope for her recovery, but
two bottles of Dr. Kiner's New D's
covery saved her life. Mr. Thomas
Eggera, 139 Florida St. Sao Francis
co, sufiered from a draadful cold
aPP"acmng consumption, tried
witnout result evervthing o fio iben
oougnt a Dottle ot lr. Htu" ,w
Discovery and in l,wn tv.l-c ,....
cured. He is naturally thankful'
It. la oiinh VAnnUn t 1- l n I
o ouu ics ui LB) ui vviiicu vnese
are samoJes, that prove te wonder,
ful efficacy of this medicine in
coughs and colds. Free vriaJ bottles
at Ftzer's Drug store. Regular
size 50c. and $1.C0.
TOCUUK AVOLn is one
; Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druccistfl rpfnnrl the
money if-it fails to cure. 25c.
ThanksgiTin Djy football game,
Charlotte, N. ri. Nov. 20th. Tickets
on sale Nov. 25 and 2G, limit re
turning Not. 28, 85 cents round
trip from Concord.
Virginia and iMorth Caroli -a
footbai! izame, Richmond, Va , Nov
26tb. Tickets on sale Nov 25fh
aid ?6fh, li nni ; Noy. 23rh, $S.G0
round tri from Concord.
North Carolina conference M. E.
church, South, Kinstoo, N. '. ' , Tec.
9th, 1896, Tickets on sale Dec. 7,
Sand 9, limited : ec. 19:u, $9.20
round trio from Concord.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate their bowels and kid
neys will find the t. ue remedy in
Electric Bitters. This medicine
Joes not stimulate and contains no
whiskey nor other intoxicant, but
acts a a tonic and alterative. It
aces ifiiidJy on the stomach and
'oowt 1 h, aiding strent'ht and giving
to the organs, thereby aiding natuie
in the performance o': the function.
Electric Bitters is an exc: 'l3iit np
petizer aiw mvis digewtion. Obi
people hud it just exactly wh'T
they riFed. Price 503 and 8100. per
bottle at Fetzer's Dm? Storo.
real interesting mus'cal nte
td'- mea1 will ko place c the resi
dence of Mr. W R Odell iVj'daj
nigs't under the auspice-i of the
Juvenile Missionary P.cictv of For
est Jill Methodist church to raise
fr. 3s for church work. The price
f admission will be 1 cents. A
!ar&e attendanca is expected.
For Infants and Children.
1 is 03
That is good news that the great
steel nail trust is about to go to
pieces and let the price uo;vn to a
normal. But who w o i . vi c. v e
thought that the advance jent ox
ros parity was going to bring ufe
such results. If the downfall of
trusts and combinations is to come
along with our busing b-fT: it is
gio y enough fcr the triumphant
and comfort to the defeated.
Thou Shalt Not Emplo j or Liif'ooi'.
I hereby forbid any one to employ,
harbor or keep Lillie Reid, who has
left me without cause.
Nov 23, '96. Jones Blll.
Notice. m J
I can save you money r onr in-'
surance. Don't pay for more than
you get. See me for Fire, L:fe and j
Accident insurance. Best portracte
and terms. J. F. Hun ley.
Good gentle buggy hors. Will
sell cheap. W. G. Bosiiamer.
Cloiliing - a! - Canons
No doubt abou c : we are better fixed to
Please you in Clothing than we have ever
Men's Suits, latest
Boys' Suits, la
We guarantee to
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AHKONS & F
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