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r ! ik 1) to c-uiuc aiivo
can do !tiju't tin- r udi .avn s of mm
edin-utiou, people will doubtlc.a be
otreagihciiod in the Rowing co i mic
tion that the aeonuus to f.riuue ai d
OFFICE IN OASTOK IUILliv?. , i3?gh position are not iiccec?ivily
loioied to men who Lave nevv.-r mas-
puuicky. Tbtit will overtake the
parents when replenishing lime
The grocerymau whom the goat
butted so often in Milwaukee, has
got even at last; Peck's bad boy has
been tired out of the Wisconsin Stale
If eonie servants would take
much care not to break the crockery
m they pretend to as regards the
ten commandments, the china dealer
v.ndd be & Joeer.
Kx-Ooy. Pattisou scarcely stepped
out of one job until he gets in the
swim that leads to another. The
Democrats haye put hitn tip for
mayor of Philadelphia.
If the Legislature will legislate
and fix the de.y of the Millenium,
they will do more good in bringing
wicked people to their milk than all
:hb cvaugdtfs aud societies.
TLi- eye losing business in MonU
Tu IXnooratic caucus at Kil-:i;h; S()nlii lAKUub, a man in Acrmi mery, Etnpped of Us serious re-
Friday, ight, pieparcd its cm- C0Ullty LiPeu L-s I S. i naw, j,; ult iu-estiu; of perseverence.
didaus for the United States Sj,;, u- "1,0,0 He walked vuloya ui!l do anything to. risk one
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The goveruor cf Delaware may
sometimes thid his ignorance of let
ters embarrassing and humiLhiuug,
but his Unites judgment ?nd
knowledge of human :c wVl
probably euabV him u cik'Oio good
advisers aod i ilijieui sub ordinate,
and toe chaoc-.s ;:re tint he will
give his sta'e t sour.d :d. :?:n) 't'tni"
But what sh ill ve tbiuk of a man
who had tne-gy enough to mccois
f tiiiv conduct. Lie beis ci.s j.l-'a'zi,
make a fortune, ai d rise to tne
governorship, -iid i ;-t ?.ey: i''c:r.cd to
;ONCOKD, JANUARY, 10 8'Jf j le.irn the coin.uon arts if n.u:ing
, ' and writing r
kit: r. As ahh 1 1 1 i:i.
s.ijing. -Fin g,: .g lo 1- '! you," :ud 'Ve 0:1 a girl he loved. We haye
k'ljv.jt Un.ni to climb bark,! vo
. . :
Their r.amea are Vinson anu iS.ii0t llj()J ti., u,
Cvevir.-n. '.fhe fe; n-tf the S'ecceisor : xie !al i juF-i v-idd irt
uf Picio:i': the liter, Jarvi. ' WaJccbo o. tn. i,-;ui v.ai -luiech
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, their 1 itr vriing."
' h" l! ! ' ,!.:!- l!'.o- do l:t vi,.h to be
f I t -.w in a .- leitty papt-r th;t ad- j
, rt-.ve 0 1 o.i 1 vaiievd wvinen have practically
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Ksel voei'i hae b: vii the c:.;:. i!
: . i 1 . c Us a maj -srily in ii'e
i: j; Asimb'y.
1; : t;i3 it n;ay. it neve -.s
: 1 : 1 r ) eoi!V'li::u'i;t to th-1 1 v :
r'I r"t "f ; D.tr..:t F.ee Fn-i.-?.
t . . :eat'j
-id. rs such, it ic of
hone ttn though Butlc'.. aa-i
Pri'.v. v.; d rec the 'eroimmons.
it wit iigiCfd to ehmmte the
ram- c f Ihinsom and Jarvid. dlity
v. c:c ::ol i.ouiiLuted at all. Then
the attd contest months ago;
e-- 1 1 I fur !lyi:-g or th- lc
of a f ':?gle 't .ther.
J rh Tii ing times, vhut r. c ) r.e
a C ha j befe re bn a rd n t4ai !
h : v;OiM .. 1 '
1" r htiibaud it J bin).
'i'he japi c t t hi- iy
Vo1 vc 1 were . 1 ' ) '"'A".
1 have located in Corcrd f r th
I practice of medicine ai.d r".rg. V)
ana re-pcetiuliy i2k the p ' li f or
slnirc of their patronage I : .y h '
1 . e
iurd a-. :y cnice at any
if ! I . ' r : v1 ' I 1 t . 1 1 " (
tne va-v or at mv resiueuce at !i!'r
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l;ave tho:-"!-'. ;
: y m .y imvo
j but Cod save us f cm l..c:i p. cmi-
v. hen i.ot out profcjcionally, ;nd
,o.-', :y 1
h-. 'it :.op!e.
j The n"""i wa:7 iieiiiiti'M.
; fcii'd he Was su :!e? 'V;' i-o irit:
Aor-ur to Ti,.i FhilM(h.ll;.Jf "cm ifouble tiat the do ";;
iLtoi-i Drlavare iiatuuratLd a
ijy i.s:i;(.ias a rr.Zf:
-lally repo::d to aH crd
0';iice under thai of Montor:'; 7
e: Cro.vell. KeapeelfuJly,
fi J. K. Smoot. M. D.
ili MaaafaBluHflg Oj.,
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,
GRAIN AND SALT BAGS,
ro ' j-: -it 0 'sdv v.
'vow. ted to i" - m i.f y.
ri ihle 1h-v.
neither 1 ea nor wiite.
Joshua ljiJ''vil, the new governor,
1 i a .ivpa'j. can. x.ie a ousiucco
r , ia of gc : I repute, and is worth
e ,C .t j o v ,000 tiiCii Li'c lii uCic by
1 virk and shrewd mveston . L
A: 1': v.Tuble to read or write he
de-ivered ro inaugural address, the
hrst t;me such a thing has happened
in the history of the state, Mr.
Anthers, bis secretary of state, is
an eiluc cd man, and it is rud that
he wiil practically be the real gov
ernor. Undoubtedly this is one of the
mobt startling sensations in Ameri
can p .'.lilies. Delaware is one cf
the ohkoi, stateL', where public edu
cation a 3d higher education have
bcLn popular fads nearly two cem
tur;es. Why did the republicans
pas.- oyer numerous capable and edit
caU 1 mn in their ranks and make
JMarvil theii candidate, and why did
cue people elect him ? Is education
a failwtt ? Is there such an over.
prouct-on of educated men m this
country tnat an illiterate inaa of
strong individuality and native coin
mon sen6e is the natural ksu; ;:r c:
h;s fellows who have become a com
mon herd of a System of culture
which ht' : placed them all on a dead
level of mediocrity ?
These are interesting questions,
and while their discussion is net
Foe. cord's d 00 a. e in it.
Mr. In gal Li u n3t a candidate for
the Senate. I ,;iy the world now
con tin ue longer.
Oklahoma is in the Jut o civis
lized qnnrterj now. A hanging has
The way Gov. Atgeld, of Illinois,
talks about tne sheriff, he may never
get to dine in the AVhite Jioiu?o.
The people at large will sympa-
thize with Vice-Presideut Stevenson,
in the sad affliction that has entered
A man named Lincoln Grant id
under sentence for murder in South
Carolina. The name suggests keep
ing up appca'-p -ice:.
Tiie rcCcut issue or the Stanly
News was unusually good. Wre can't
keep from reading up on Stanly.
ThPie is a charm about it.
As soon as the Legislature votes
for Senators, will Pritchard put cn
Jarvis shoes ? If so, he go:'S to pre
pare a Kepubbcan place for Ma! ion.
The girls of Columbia College,
when fire was discovered and their
wardrobes, jewels and watches were
consumed, are said not to haye been
! f it,
Four foot wood always wanted
best prices for same- AVe invite an
inspection 'of '"aUj.tLa gooddl we
Ladies dc-: Rib combd-iiutiun suit, vest
and j 1 1 . 1 L - liter - 4 cnts per suit.
li-uUes1 Marine) Cotton pnuLs 40 cents.
Uvur l.r-t) yard-i Hamburg. 050 of which.
av6 just itiiiveel wei - brought in under the new
taii r - ' cent. -5 F''r yard.
Elleisiie Cambric 'same as Lonsdale) only
8 ft cents per yard.
We lead in Hosiery 5 cents up to 45. Job
in misses and youths Black Seamless Kibbed
Hose, were 25c, our price . 7ic. Men's good
weight seamless German Balbriggan Sox at 12.
Turkey l?ed Table Damask at 20 cents per
yard. Counterpanes from 05c to $2,GS each.
Good Ginghams irom 5 cents u).
Books at one hall pries
D. J. BOSTIAN,PROP'R