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1SY JAMES 1. 1 OOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING ;
The Standard is published every
day (Sunday excepted) and delivers
cd by earners-
; SCKH TION
The Daily Standard o D10ther'd danRhter of
When a mau gets married is the
only time in his life wheu he has
on new clothes dl through.
131 il Cook and Debs both in jail
and the lecture season iu full blast.
But Urtckinridge is loose.
Out of 1,000 men who marry, 332
marry younger women, 57U marry
women of the same nge ind 89 marry
olur women. There i no record of
how many men murry women old
enough for their motheri or how
many middle-aged old maids try to
Terms for regular advertisement? j dec0jyouth8 iuto matrimonial alii-
made Known on application.
Address all communications to
THE STAXDAItD. j iIdTer & I)alrynipiej offTarboro,
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Stock u,n& Bond
130 &"132Pcral Street,;
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
gold, or carried oil Margin,
p. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free; dwly
JONCORD, JANUARY, 22 &X
I Tbe residence aud entire contents
jof John K Williams, Jr., of Fox
Church, Davie county,were destroyed
! bv lire last Wednesday.
The Raleign Aews ana uoseryer ; Th manacerfl 0f the Uncle Tom's . ,wn iffu
tf J. E. Smoot, M.I)
1 have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage 1 may be
found at my office at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls
Oflice under that of Montgomery
oi fcunday puuiisnes a notaoie bw-, Cab'in Company, who had threatened
ment showing that thp name of "re-j lQ gne Goldsboro and Newborn bo
form" the preient Legislature s j caU6e not permitted to play in these
increased the number or ''laborers
in its employ twenty-one over the
towns, have abandoned the idea,
('apt. Jonh W Harper, of the
nnn'Vipr ptrmlnved bv the last Demo-
., L " ', . , I stejmer Wilmington, plying between
cratic Legislature, and that it has;
two nii"re piges and one more
pro ,; n-- nlprk footing un
rt . i
Have You Head The
THIS MORNING ?
j Wilmington and Southport, airuck
his head, list Friday,
i j i
The Times is the most extensively
oircu ated and widely read news
paper published in Pennsylvania
tor tins session,
utile pay roll of .jo,) ; sharp ede of an iron beam and aL j ltn disL!ussiou (;f public
... " 1 1 f .1 ? most completely scalped himself, i public measures in in the
over that of the
Legislature of 1S'.3. A brother of
Speaker Walser figures as a ''laborer"
at 0.u per day, a sun of Represent
utive Camnbell, of Cherokee, is a
The Star says the loss of blood was
1 Oil OKI At. Ol'IMO.VS.
page, and a son of Kepresentati ve
Cheek of Orange, is ''chief page"
an c II i never heard cf before a
2 f0 ! dav. Tnis is a b. k:ht be
1 1 is to be observi i that
goldbuci in Wushiugio: am1
York are not us gay a? tl
They iv beginning t" suspect Mi at
! there is something dead up the ere, k.
ginning for a lady the members , ConsUtutl0n.
ot which insist, while candidates for!
election, that public expense should;
ba reduced to conform the redrction
in he prices of farm products and
manufactured goods. But the devil
takes care of his own and this Leg
islature evidently intends to take
care of its own.
The New York World claims that
: the United States Senate is m a cons
ditiou of paralysis. Perhaps it is
it is just as well. Detroit Free
In another column we prnt some
copy srom the Hickory Press. It is
not only interesting reading matter,
but the parties concerned make it of
quite a local matter.
The Standard congratulates Capt.
Odell upon the possession of that
Fhich he ha3 been wanting eyer
since 1STC. But th3 Press is off its
base if has the slightest belief and
hope that Hickory is to win from
Concord t-vo of h:r best and mo3t
sterling families, 'the Odells, They
ine?rity-, honnxt government and
prosperous industry, and it knows
no party or personal alle'innee in
treating public issues. In the
broadest and best sense a family
and treneral newspaper.
Tin: Times aims to have tho larg
s'ew lest circulation by deserving it, and
I claims that it is unsurpassed in ali
v v were, the essentials of a reat met ropolis
I . : :. ... c
mil p:ipti . opeeiuiea fujuya ui
any edition will bo sent fix ; to any
ono sending1 their address.
Trims Daily, ?3,00 per annum;
Sl-Ou for four months; cenis j'er
month; Sunday edition, twenty-four
lare, handsoma pages 10H columns
elegantly illustrated. S2.UU per an
n u m ; D a i 1 y a n d S u n d ay, 55. (H ) p r
annum; 50 cents per month. Week
ly edition, 50 cents a vear, Address
all letters to
Tne typographical Union of Iial
eigh and the revenue officers have
passed falicitous resolutions upon
the selections of Jeter Pritchard for
U. S. Senate. Why shouldn't the
same respect be shown Mr. Butler,
because of his brilliant winning ca
pacity at the University ?
Thai's a duet: Marion and Jetei;
or Jeter and Marion.
In complimenting her he said "she
sings like a bird," but a bird stops
Jud?e Clark has a son that is a
page in the Senate. The Judge is
on the fence, anyway.
Ot 15,840 girls in the public
schools of St. Louis 5,567 are dark
haired and 10,273 ligbMiaired and
The rule now in operation in Con
gress to dock absentefs would not be
a bid rule for erery Legislature, ex
ecutive office, Coumi88ioQer's Court
or City C)unc;I in the country.
Florida oranges are displaying
8)me of the remarkable rallying
powers of Michigan peaches. De
From the way Russell Sage wrig
gles under cross examination, he no
doubt feels that it would have been
better to have pushed Laidlaw aside
and faced the consequences of the
bomb. Washington Times.
Even before any investigation is
begun, it is said that there are PhiL
adelphia Ceuncilmen ready to squeal.
If this is true, there should be no
hesitancy about beginning an inyess
tigation. Buffalo Express.
If ever ths Republic falls, history
will justly account for its fall on
account of the negligence, disloyalty
and incapacity of the "best people."
-New Haven Pegi3ter.
!A compulsory education law can
neer prove effective to its full possN
bilities unles supplemented with a
compulsory school-building law.-
Oidinanly the winter time is con
sidered an unfavorable season for a
strike, but a striKe on a trolley line
is an exception. The motormen
who pick out tne period of cold snaps
for a tie-up show great shrewdness
at least, if they work for a com
pany which refuse3 to u&q vwtibukd
cars. Buffalo Express.
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,? "
GRAIN AND SALT BAGS,
of all m
Four foot Iwood always wanted
best prices for same. We' invite an
inspections tof 'alltbe goods we
Ledies Jersey Rib combination suit, vest
and ants made together 4r cents per suit.
Ladies' Marino Cotton pants 40 cents.
Uver l,0Co yards Hamburg. f0 of which
has just arrived were brought in under the new
tarill' :i cents per yard.
Ellerslie Cambric (same as Lonsdale) only
S ! cents per yard.
We lead in Hosiery h cents up to 4). .fob
in misses and youths Black Seamless Ribbed
Hose, wore 2fc, our price 7 Jo. Men's good
weight seamless German Balbriggan Sox at 12L
Turkey Red Table Damask at 20 cents per
yard. Counterpanes from 05c to $2,08 each.
Good Ginghams from 5 cents up.
Books at one half price.
D. J. BOSTIANJPROFR