L No. 101
concowj, n. a. Wednesday; December
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.:;tleop white will soon haT
I i j Ii frcscI Today I he
; . 1 1 Heuvy.
i . ( pvmty !
:v on pedestrian?, but
.uy enjoyed by those
:;S by a blading hickory
h Xc lit- cy particles
. -;-aiiy to tho earth.
i -mow of the season 'is
; - units of joy by both
. . The boya and giria
: . ,'bi;:iDg, while the
t-.T'i KimtLd with the
i.i-H ail fever rer ins are
i- " the winter.
trhir.s tire on the streets
.i.'j business is being
u jraii about 8 o'clock
. i: g, and has continued
. ;,v up to tne hour of our
,.-,r s ; r;e, and will measure
.. v !:? at this time. Sieighs
; : ;-Mt in readiness and the
c:.rrv niAh of the bAia will be
k!.-' ' ';t.
r;.:; v::MJ1EU ELSEW'HEIiE.
A ; .'vie lias femed in the
(,: r. ',cr. Wis , which caused
r... : i i'.-::k ii p a iid several
tcv,:,!- ' : en t-d with ilobdd.
h , '.r-.i th etorm rook the
form i't a t u-'ua- uud ihe town (;f
almost totally destroyed.
Is ''. -i Jhikota trains are
; ' l !e he. ivy fall of enow,
wu:-:a i;ul:-ti a depth of S to li
liin ii undergoing the rigor of a
stic Nor' wester.
The ;:v:.n is general, reaching
iu:;i R-cilic to the Atlantic,
intbc northwest the cold is
i:eu-, in many instances the
r.-wv re.ditenng as low as 20
brlcw : lo, uud much suffering will
Onr CorrosnoiLlont on lUo Track ol
llie Advance Aftcnl of 'roieriiy.
cTANDAKD : Ever ftm tho
j announcement of the breakinloe
oi tne Advance Aizxi cf the wavfi nf
proepentyj have been trving to locate
him to get the reward. That re-'
port, locating him in A-jn coa tv !
13 all a fake. J'
Up and down the Carolina Cen-!
tral. 1 ve looked for him ; alonsr the
Southern Kail way, too, difout
search has been made Ml io no avail.
At Winston, Monday, it was
rumored that this Advance Agent
of Prosperity, was supposed to be
near Madison, Koekin-h:m county.
At once I boarded a Roanoke and
Souther!) train (which by the way
id nearly a r ilroad on stilts, if
trebles mean anything) for Madi
8on. I've (he Agent spotted if he
doesn't work his ropea right, he's
mine or I'm ;his'n," sure
This Advance Agent ol the pro-
mist d "Vave of Prosperi ty " is none
other bnt a nreachr-r of Stok s
county, who manure: urea brandy
which he sells to the public u.'idrr
the label of "sure euro for ail kid
ney troubles.'' I met up with a few,
who are Wilbur to testify to the
merits of this remedy, and others
who are giving tne remedy
.i i m i . .
a tr.orouuu tes!;. Tne latter are
weakening already, I think, and it
will not be long before they become
By the way, is it nt probable that
this preacher's kidney cnr3 will bring
about a waye of Prosperity quioK
er than Hanna's Agent will? That
is, "simply for instance, as loDg as
the cure is getting in its business.
I saw Leo Wheat here he got on
the train I left. He was loaded
down with baggage and enthusiasm.
By the way, Leo is a great okist.
While the conductor was helping
him on, Prof. Wheat remarked :
'You think, captain, I can catch
this tram ?"
. In a few days, Mr. Editor, I will
s?nd you a picture of the Siamese
Twins, who once lived in Surry
county and whose children now live
in the county, one of them the wife
of the present Kegister of Deeds.
With all the kidney cure about
here, you can't see any snakes with
legs and claws. K.
Madison, N. 0., Dec. 1, '9G.
CASTOR i A
For Infants and. Children.
Monthly uathor Report.
1.; The following ia the monthly
report furhifhed us by Prof. HTJ
Lading, of Mt. Pleasant ;
Hihett temperature 76 on 19th
Lov. st temperature 27 on 11th.
Aver w temperature 55.1
Irost occurred on 2, 7, 14, 15, 1G
ibua ier showpr on the 11th.
Ntuni -r of clear days 10; partly
r: " ' OiOudv 17.
j' ' .ntf direction of the wind
Vj;' :.nd northeast.
. v ul ' dya on which rain
1 t rain 2.SG inches on the
' j'nffUl for the month
Y LL FCR THE TEAR.
5.89 4 4
19 4 4
2.53 4 1
4 33 "
2 95 c
4 Gl "
r '' t Saive in the world for
pi;13, 1 JSoree, Ulcers, Salt
prf , 'Vver Sores,-Tetterd Chappe
v!: ' Chilblains, Corns and all
pln Eruptions, and positively cures
J4t3 or no pay requi-ed. It is
iJt,-HK.fl to rive etatisfaction or
i -;'7 fiii uCe'l. Price 25 cents per
When malice-tinctured tongues
speak unkind things about you,
don't hide your face in the veil of
glocm and mortification, but lift it
up in the comforting sunlight of the
fact that the finest trees, with the
most luscious fruit, are those which
are flung at and pulled at most.
Kemember, also, it is the tall giant
oaks, the nionarens of the forest
that receive the hurling blasts of
the destructive lightnings, while
ftiloca Tiramhlfl unnn the round
a-e BDared. Soldiers do not shoot asrraon and immediately
At Locks and Rnrs ana ential Ob
jection. J N Hartsell, a young man of 21
years loved a charming lass of 16
by name of Martha J Hartsell, both
of Locust, Stanly count?. His
aT . lion was returned on the put
of the young lady, but her parent
strongly objected to their aiarrib :
on account of the youth of Miss j I attt
a m,i icon. in, ijuiit-ii ;a U, y olitUlf
man of strong determination, how
ever, and was not daunted.
On Sunday afternoon he stole his
true love out for a ride, c.mo to
Concord and boarded the traiu for
South Carolina. They left the
train as eobn they rr;:;?ed the
line, and were eocn made hu3bacd
and wife. -
The happy coup.'e returned to
Charlotte Tuesday. The groom left
his charming little bride in the care
of friends there Tuesday night, and
c.-'rcv) over to Concord or. bustne.
He- left this (Wednesday) morning
on the vestibule for Charlotte, where
he will be joined by Mrs. Harteeli,
and they will go on to Gaytonia,
which nlace the.v will u.- . their
Miss Hartsell is a ni?ce of Mr. C
A Har'fell of this plac j.
The Standard wishes them a
long and happy life.
IXcllii? and Crescent Aotcs,
Kev. Paul Barrirgr nd sons,
were visiting at Mr. Jno. Brown's,
last Sunday, Mr.. Barringer 'is al
ways a welcome visitor in our corns
Mr. h M IlQl8hcu?er, of Rockwell,
paid Mr. J C Faust's fair, daughter
a visit last Sunday. We ' think the
cake will soon be passed
Mr. Kufa3 Hendron, of -Western
N. C, opened the free Bchool at Oak
Grove, last Mond&y. We wish him
Key. R L Brown,; of ;Salisbury,
preached at Lower Stone last .Sun
day. Owing to the inclemency of
the weather the churchy was not
filled. Nevertheless' he '.preached
one of the most interested sermon's
that we ever heard. It was a mis
sionary sermon. He based his re
marks on these words, "For we are
labourers together with God," and
held the audience spellbound 1 hour
and 40 minutes.
There will hs a wedding near
A Thmkegiving eervic?, w mis
sionary sale, was held at Bethpage
Reformed church near Crescent,
Thursday. In the morning the
pastor delivered a Thankegivirg
No doubt about it we are better nxec" r
please yon in Clothino- jhan vre have -e--
WeSguarantee to'save von mone,
ERGOATS - AWO -
rOnl k!!ii w
HATS AND CAPS FOR EVERYBODY.,
CA N N ONS & FETZ E R:
at dead !ien on a field of battle.
IJuiIltns nuct liOiin ew Scries,
" The eeventeeth series of stock in
the Concord Perpetual Building and Sclf thankful for the gift, the crowd
benediction, to his surprise, he wc 3
presented with a very costly suit of
clothes by his congregation, and af
ter he (the pastor) expressed him-
Loan Association will be open for
first payment Saturday, December
5th, 1S9G. Call on the Secretary
and Treasurer at Cannons & Fet
zer's store and subscribe,
dd J. P. Allison, President.
H. I. Woodiiousk, Sec'ty and Treas.
I can save you money on your in
surance. Don't pay for more than
you get. See me for Fire, Life and
Accident insurance. Best contracts
and terms. J. F. Hurley.
?oVf'!iv 1 ?f t are g umanxeea u sTttt
eiLv rntnpKs. "One cut ! doca
Domestic 'sewing macnine, m per
fect order only $10 00. Second
hfinrl snlit bottom chairs, only 25
cents.. Apply at this office. dl2 J Apply at this office
gathered at the Academy, near the
church, where the missionary sale of
the Ladies Aid Society took place,
which amounted to the handsome
sum of $19.05.
Mrs. ;McNairy accompanied by
her daughter, ia visiting her son,
Rev. B McNairy, of Davidson
ccunty. - Solomon E.
TO CURE A 1'Oi.D IX C5E DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All . druggists refund the
money if it Tails to cure. 25c.
Furnished rooms,, suitable for
gentlemen. Term5? very reasonable.
DAILY & WEEKLY.
Pf rnocraict.ln principle, conservutivein methods
Newsy but not sensational. Devoted to the ''-teresr
of unity, harmony and ptcass.
Its effects and aims are to add to the joys of the
home circle, the elevation of the ambUious and
aspirations of its readers.
It would gladly2dllStbe:mind with pleasant and profilarJjr
thoughts, making life's burdens lighter, its duties dearer, :.k
opportunities more apparent.
DO YOU TAKE IT
If not phase trv it and see if you don't say that TuIS
STANDARD is worthJmanytimes!itscost to you.
J. D. BAURIER & SOK