Vol. XII L No. 2'h)
0., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1896.
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t : actories- anu
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sicotk I'iKior IIiiil a Witm
. it'd In "Jail, v. Ii E - Jit'
iviit At lion of the "oiirt Inter-
oin.L s stoi:k.
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. xiiy ;" j Gj run a coi ii-i
ionury, but merely mtet vs-n
yi their patrcns in h.ir cvc
i-'-, j cigds for biiciM'js, pief
j eiaiea la i t!ei.aay't? standard
i Hood hud George Heathcock,
:jed with the death of Will
"?ycutt, were piven a prelimi
y hfcs.i'ir .5 ht-f .ry .Induce 0 F
of Iso. 9 town hip, Tuctdi),
io doubt about it we are bt re -please
ou in Clothin than l:
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'bine:, in c!ci
? I Fetz
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' in cash, and they Lre i lie
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iiabl.? in T?ii!Iirv-r'
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the store room of Gib::?:, w .!!;
r. 'jii, v. here :ihe c. uiiiiiies as :::
v,". to catr r to the wishes cf
s in up-to-date headgear. .
I'oth of these yoir.ur ladies 2:0
Eiitrn markets every year,
vhere they study the latest New
York and Parisian fashion?, and
'here are no back numbers to be
1 ?und in either store.
A. J. & J F. Y0RKE.
These gentlemen own arjd operate
to jewelry store of Concord. They
(virry :i most complete line of every
thing in jewelry, silverware, watches,
decks, cut glass, etc., handling only
'he very best grades at the very
ij '.vest prices. In a Christmas pres
v,t they can please the most fa&tid
: ' ir, J F Yorke manages the
.ej in a most successful man
In this line Mr. R A Brown is the
pin. At his yards just below
.h'j : 't he has three machines,
'' !-ily output of 100,000 brick,
".hv h mand taxes them to their
" ( -.inacitv. During: the r-M3t
".1. lirown has employed f roni
hi hands, and has made and
- over T,OCO,C0O : k. Amcr
r.-nik'iing cf a 1 r:
chon.?e anJ : lore
A 7. -
,r and Phif: ;
v . " r Yv orLo
p re '.lent and
.pany ban t:
city of 1; '(;0:
u..-:e fscilit' s capalh
d:.; h r-
its uperi;Ine5S m?y be
T.ery :h extended to the .Meat
; ot-rii. vi cur ii on; Co j .j
j .re moi vVctual when 0?.-.
' y.i2ts for its appliances.
nilK COMPAQ I
j One uvil nnd hose cotnpacy
j whites and a hook and h Y;I i i-
j ?v'ny colored respond promptly
the ahirni of tire and manifest lierc;;
courage end fortitude in b::.:tl:r.;;
-fith fires that happily occur but
rarely in Concord.
The city is supplied wlta an elec
trie light service for dimeetic and
public street illumination, that
though not a3 good us we shall have
wht u we rival Paris, -t is indis
pensable, and we learn what we have
lost when suddenly but rarely we
siuk into Egyptian darkr.533.
This, the Concord Eieetric Lirht
Company, with Capt. Odeil as pres
ident and J W Cannon secretary,
treasurer and general manager, era
ploya two dynamos cf 300 sixteen
candle power, propelld by ore 75
nor e ower engine. They furnish
12G incandescent Iir:h:e, ' the
streets beside the num' rou3 lights
in private dwelling and bnsmefs
j'.viuency in the cie developc-d
Hood alone w; responsible f r
y-n ,k il - iv r- ;i Csve.-' "j
-y Sh ri fi . P , iiinihaidr,
1 ron:. t ' of r to tow:,
.... i.icht j-'f-.d .V.nd -d him in j
' o Hto'-i eovlk wah bjund over
itDe in the evj:?-. of $100,
n-rh w fii ven.
V'- M.hc..e.: v.-as the principal wit-
: Pr: rh.o servinc a term I Ho
Mens Suits, latest
oys' Suits, lateai,
3 ciiai -t gang, w
cf met-1 - 0 :;!:me to rp ?r,d Sued0,. Late v
venire: f;e -'-or n :oa with one
to ii.onv;S cult's house,
a !".,. aer mule with which to bring
Ivtia back to the chain gang. Just
'f er starting back, Heed told
' " yentt and Ui r-Thcock that he
I t jag of hey hid in ;he
ana e:e . La'u go get pome ot
I I J 'O A h
We guaranteeto save von mo .e-
a,i.uudlha j.g empty, "'M Oif f 0 OTP
:d I!.::-eycUt, of stealing his t) V, J. U S U
r r -
and re-nued by boot and shoemaker a
d if vcu
want tre gcnuii e home p'clnct yu
can jret it at 'V Y Gib-en's; G W
:ey. lioeeyeutr, denied the
, and ecme words passed, where
. Hood got into the 7 agon and
,k Honeycutton tho head with
vy stick which he had brougl t
him on his return from tho
A'l three wcro under the
ii donce of whiskey at the time.
The party wtjnt on to Petra's house,
whv.rii tho injured man lay all
night and the h-t part of the next
y without Client ion, and where
he died iate Monday evening. It
:eo that Heathcock did what he
could to Eeparate the combatants,
but he wag driving the muies and
before he could stop them the blow
Dr. II S Young went down Tues
day evening and held an r.utopsy,
vn.ich ehovred that death wTas
caused by a blow on the head, caus
ing a deep indentation in the skull.
Through the kindnees of Jailer
John Hill, a Standard reporter
was allowed an interview with
lined this (Wednesday) morning.
He is a squarely built young fellow,
anut 5 ieet 10, will weigh about
ICO pounds, black hair and f -,
dark complexion, with a plr j.m
countenance. Hood talked without
h -1 : 3 tion to The Standa r t m an .
.C- .Hckfi to his first e-s - that
Ii" d d not strike Honeyc" "t all.
...-.v. eays he was assaulted Hon
eyeo .t with a knife and Ht-athcoci7
s panned them and placed Honey
cr t in the wagon. He says the
d : 1 man rec-uved his ijaripfl in
htidng out of the wagon. Hood
H a 5 u
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k r i 3 ; i V
HATS AND CAPSJFOR EVERY HOB'
CANNONS & Fl
JYi::ction returns aremotliing compared to the re
suits you receive by trading with Dry & Wadswoi tii,
who are wide awake and uptosdate. People are apt
t 1 elieve what they see and the Doubting Thomas
c in be quickly conyinced of the truthful n u I
correctness of what we say by calling at one-,. ?T:!s
only a few days till 'Xmas and everybody i lgi
ningtolook around for Santa Clans. His head
quarters this time are at the
u ii v-iL- e,
con tre of trad", r- d D -1
ii n el Btillei
?tt C;innonvii'e, Le-id
C !y kno'. n.
L Crt-ven ur,
s that Heathcock testified
. j '.-,. ; !y a; i.h trial Tuesday in order
- r-i e-.-.ve himsf trouble about some j
; i fd.--.dr.ade whiskey. When aked
' r bo nt his family, theyont - felloe's
" c"t.i filled with tears as he told the
3 ; ri-'O'ter that his parents weie long
j - iTtoo dead ar.d his only living rela
tive was an unmarried f-iseer, h3
j xccides in Charlotte. Hood is 22
iveai3 old, and came hero from
' " , ' " j BbckuC kr & Hornbuckle will keen lexas seven years ago. fie worked
b " :-jvmi" ni a,v 0,d rr-vh for Mort Petra lest fall and had
rCitv. -re h he ! no brioh ! -vou v f d oiAv been with Honeycutt about
4 n, , , j beat of ccai delivered on short ,v,,,j., p. Qav v8' -n ?rr;p
rtovy p:t iit. Pleasant, and 1 u,u -ay- r . 4 V
' d .honsaads of brick all over
-aitt. Altogether, this is one
J t: :y li.oet thriving enterprises' of
lr. Truman Chapman ti Mr.
Bonn's competitor in the brick
'iocs. He runs one machine
a&d has a yearly output of 500,000.
13 rd?o well equipped for plumber
Wck and for all trainer of fittipgs
CONCLUDED OX FCURTn PAGE.
For Infants and Children.
,i iu.'. :.. '. t .
a good cnaraciur, auu lais is tuw utm
time he has ever gotten into trou
ble of any kind.
Montgomery & Crowell will urob
ahly be retained as conn eel for
TO CURE A COLD IS OSE DA V
Take laxatir Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it faila'to care. 25c.
Dr. Miles Pain Pills atop Headache
FliFmihre : liters
He s'-yVif you like comfort and ease buy one of Th v
& ..Jsworth'iS Big Rocking Chairs or the LadieV
-iijes for your wife. Or if you want to sleep v-..' : 1
i3st easy buy one of the Raleigh Wire Sorin- M t
tresses, best m the world, or one of. the finiidsoiL: -1
lounges. They have them at all prices from J4.00 ...
$25, and to. make your parlor look nr-tosdnto
in style buy a parlor suit and to lit up a room nicely
buy one of these handsome suits, the prices are low.
'AIN'T AT THE TRUTH
Yes sir, V ;.ave;ft very thing in the frr?:tur.'r
Chairs of all descriptions. Tables y.V, cd"s -
styles. 13ig lot of Pictures, Window hho b s, '
rniu Polls, Ladies' Desks, Oilice Desks. Vnr!r
Sid-boards, CLira Closets and everyrhintr to ma .
home pleasant rnd a wife hajipy. Begirminir f.c
todoy and during the holidays we piopose to gi ; : j
each cash pui chaser a nice and useful pk - oi
niture, consisting of Hat Racks, Mu.sic ;tac-::;, C
and Brush Shelf, .Book" Shelve i... ; B;.o!
Medicine Coses. What Nct3, etc Thie : s no 0,-;
1 Sure (to.'' The pi ices of the articles meantime tn
from 15 cents to ?'G, The value of the pr-si't .vi.l
be governed by the amount of the cash purchase.
These sales will continue until the above mentioned 5
articles have all been given out. Come atonceand
getthe choice presents.
Yours to Please,