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i ! The Daily Standard
BY JAMES f. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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a verv eoncenutive leal
a bit, n
idvis" , ;iliI if can get a fa -
::haki ihc -non q.arLi:;an judi -
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leernc 1 , nu inporary sp.ks of the
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i,u cour. the Str :e ev.r 'hud, will
iili..-Ck ilx-e V;'liO V'itll -:U;d
t-rtat:, wh ii thev mention thiss::c:L-d
y.irl, r-t u fair sh. ke" indeed !
LaeObse-ver Hill be reprimanded
xh" "U "fnni: 'rs" lf U l!ts fcach
,n cxprcscien in reference to the
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::ULS - Sliephi rd, JNlacTl ie una Iur
v.v'll were on the berjeb, this con.
'.e-mpc oi i lie court might be passed
'ehaller Jt is true that
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Lv. t e r t. n
!: ) of a h:r.'te c..:i?!raiqn,
, "paiti.a..:' and could
-i en r i.di.-stal. Lutwhat
: to', of tli.iii with impunity
. c.iC-j a-hen spoken of the
la t "i1oti-'ar!.isari."
! vi'jver;.i(r will i;vet a i ir
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ooi: h.;vc at. opportunity of show
they ?re really und truly
'-oiipuvticau?,'7 or vhethcr they
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vhcther or no. Charlotte Observer.
beware ox Spring, the fickle t'.trt,'
vA'iiOie tieaeiiery luDg has been avo, ed,
Ai.d da::ot dot! your llanncl thirt
Vnle-.: you vrant to don a shr-jiid.
Vv hy shouldn't this country Lteet
Spahi half wt y. If we retnemter
,o',ru.Jy, Ct li'.j.'il; (:.. ; all the
ray and een set foot on American
lOil. yj brave.
X- -v -tat v.c a:; to haye a teles
pLc c-.change in Concord and they
uy o) r. lucc tee atitounc ot miun
'.u the incut). s of many who Vs. ill
The ti.ayor'c court in its last day a
d becoming a busy scene. It has
. ' '.oMirMced to c'c 't- u to: ic,
old,aCed by its sitting on a -eratt3e
?' foap ease.
Th2 Atchison 27 2 : Follow
.va during Ij.
j to o s-'.an I-'till at fashion
Any man can take a newspaper.
Jt is the cheapest thing he can buy
It costs no , more than a postage
stamp; it instructs you and your
vife and teaches your children. It
comes thiough rain or shine, calm or
storm, bringing you the best news ?f
the neighborhood. No matter what
happens it enters your door as a wel-
come friend, full of sunshine, cheer
and interest. It shortens the long
summer days and enlivens the long
winter nights. It is your adviser,
your gossip and friend. No man is
just to his wife and children who
does not give them the home paper
Locally you will see an account of
some painting that has been done.
The color compromises Uncle Billy
Cook, but we rise to remark that
there is no green eyed envy m his
The Boston lit raid takes a very
liberal view of the Teamoh episode.
It says tbat the committee well knew
the feeling in the South against the
i focial equality of the negroes, and
i that : h the committee were goin.' as
! giKdtj of Southern men, they should
j , , . . i iX .
! not have rnu ected them to the cm
1 n'assnr-n mat wouul lollov the
1 presence of a negro. If the North-
; ,.in people (iei,ire to break down t!
social barriers in the S nUh between
, i the races, the visit of the committee!
j v'"1 1101 tl,e ProPer tinie to the
work, f!'he Herald also admits that!
' tlu'ie is a -g.iiit the ne-
j ro as ' 0vl- ulu:l in toi.
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leuncU'jii m peUiion ex-
pt j; lures ins b?en brought about by
the present ministration. The total
am(mnt api)ropriated for 13y3 was
fl55,-lll,O00, for 1S04, $180,081,000
for 18:)5j $151)0S1,000, and for
ilGOt; $111,81,000. Here Com
missioner Lochrcn thinks the cost
is likely to stick for two or three J
Years, lhe falling off from deaths
and other causes being counterbal-j
anee-.l bt !i:t payniGnts in ucw i en - j
eioim allowed, ;hich often embrace
ku ';e amounts of 'ir rears. t?
J.itihinr, Mich., March 25. The
Michigan Supn-me Court ha-.; h; ioc-d
that the anti-Fn?ioa nzi piu'ed by
the ' pre:eat Le;dclature h valid.
The act , rovid- d that a candidate
ior a!i cilice, where he received the
nomination from more than one
party, should elect Ufore a yxwn
date on which ticket h: wouiu xun.
. Failirg to Jo this hid panic would
)e placed on the first ticket c:rtilud
to, but in no case could :;aid c...idi
date's name appear more than once
on the cilicial ballot.
To test the constitutionality of the
act, A M Todd, who was nominated
tor Cong it in the Third district
by three different conventions, asked
the Supreme Court for a mandamus
i-j com; -el the election commission
ers of Kalamazoo county to put his
name on the cflicial ballott in three
places, he being the nomiraoe of the
Pop a lis id. Tree fcfihentes and Prohi
bitionists. The Supreme Cou. 1 today a dinned
the !.-. ':-o-:;i:o.i;ty o: lhe act, hut
held ii ixiC i.l"il'J il -. Ut! V,-h;ch
loud c t:i , : ; ha j maoe rejection
cxrired wi-.hcut giving hiia an on
portuiiiiy f cltcting on which
ticket he hLvola roi), the mandamus
prayed for in hij c.:- w-i granted.
V ton Iialjy v.-r.s sick, v;o f-cvo her Castort.t.
When s'.-.'i w::.: a ChilJ, crii ir-r Cast orb.
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By the Persistent Use of
"I was troubled for years with a--:
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated mo, called a
cancer, assuring me that nounng
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak
ing a number of bottles, the sore
bo;;!i to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en
tirely healed. Since then, I i:.sc
Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as
a i-Auc and blood-purifier, and, in
deed, it seems as though I could not
keep house without it." Mrs. S. A.
Fillds, liloomfield, la.
Ayer's Pills Regulate t";o Liver
I.asl Attl ic' 'l'ott'ii TiiM's,
On. April the lit, IS'jO, 1 will
advertise ail property uj)on which
ihe taxes for tha year 181)4 are not
pa;d. Call at my ofliee and settle
at once, and save- costs.
March 4, '05. .1. L. Boger,
al. Town Tax Collector.
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