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BY JAMES P. COK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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CONCORD, AY 14, IS;5.
W25ICII IS THE i:h;htii o.iia.m
31 EXT ?
The greatest reunion- of Confed
erate veterans ever held will bes Luc
next week in Houston, Ttx-j begin
ning Monday. At the :ame time
the state military encampment will
he held thre.
The Standard is not near so good j doubJc eVelll wiU bc remark.
a. theologian as are some other lay
men in this seciion. It wiil stand
corrected any time when proof is
because of the fact
that two-thirds of the Cluistims in
the world adopt that system that
makes 4t Thou shalt not bear fake
witness etc" the eighth command
ment; and 53,000,000 Protestant
communicants, a majority of such li
the world, observe the division h-t
ninke it the eighth commamim
But if there be further . oouii
tion about the matter and 5 ht-y ril!
insist our eighth la the rpsMi
accept their eighth r.n-l h-dare
that it is not Christ-like ui a j-iat to
steal the good name, peace m-d hap
piness of our people and substitute
others for tbem in a s-ctioo of
country that has more ignorance,
more suffering and ten thousand
times more vice than can be found
in this section of the South.
:iven, but it must protest against
the correction and the way giyen,
by one who is so ignorant a3 not to
pay for bis subscription for four
years and then believe the editor
vlVl -o live on pr.-.tnises of wocd that
TiiC &ta:d :ru ) tarred, for prayer
fill cousi-:icr,r.iuii, the Eighth Coni
iiiauduieiit Th".ti eLalt not boar
take witiess against thy neighbor
to the authoress of a mean and
slanderous article about this section
of the moral vineyard, an article
against which every patriotic and
it tii u i i i g on.,!,.
silently, if not publicly. It is grati-
i .i ; tL "L alK ..r j-;cple, who fear
and love Cod, condemn the spirit
illi prompted the writing of those
fii-Mcci and know the cntents Lo be
a. concoction of lies, except this
ore miei n g pubseri her.
is amusing, however, to know
'.Lai seme very well informed men,
on other subjects, did not knosv that
the ''icii Wor Is," oi Ten Command
merits, are the same in meaning the
v;o;ld over but that the numbering
them has been different for years.'
Or-.5 -.'irt r' the Christian church
. -:re 1st and 2nd command
ite, at oul of :;t another pax A
the " ! ifin cl-1 ' rh makes the lei;
dLd the for in -r the tenth out of
w!:; tee latter mak-3 the 9th and
Those who have be-n greatly
amused at what th; y considered the
Standard's "slip up '' will finu our
use of "Thou shalt not boar falce
witness etc" as the eighth command'
rjuit to be coi'rc?r, by reference, to
ttm Uecrew Bible; and if they can't
FleVrew, their pallors can. The
K. 'translation of the Bible is
n';bh t.r-ii.1 either 8 .item of number
ir c vi be n;;i; n airbed,
.Lhr.j. juimb-. i dix's'.'n of the com
mhints precipitated a contra
veie? way back before Reformation
; and, ix the decalogue is obs
3?icd by men :rd omea as it
ild be, all w:T. be well, be the
div'jion as it may. dinners cannot
en : uae-fh'.' oicjcl es from the penal
tita ef violation ct the commands
ments, because they did not under
stand the numbering of them as did
other people. The whole law is
If we had no other reason for the
numbering we used, we could not ;
hd El m mj mi mm u m
By tho Persistent Uso cf
"I was troubled for years with a
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring mo that nothing
could bc 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 soro
!able in many wavs. All the surviv
ing general officers of the Ccnied
erate army have signified an inten
tion of being present, and iriany
thousand veterans witi attend. Lieu
tenant General Sohofield and Briga
dier General Vheaton, oi' the Unhec;
SmtHS army, will be present as gatU
of the encampment a':d will parti
cipate in the ceremonies. All the
United States reni, rs tatio: t d in
Texns as well as every company cf
Texas state troop-, will take pa: t in
the i..dhtary txercisea. There will
be the most general mingling of thv
blue and the gray that has occurred
sino? the war and will help to make
still more complete the restoration
of sectional rood feeling.
0 . . D
Tho r?iilrrx'iQ rnn st f n f i n y li," '
Southern 1'ajsenger Association have
given a rate of one cent u miie from
all points ea?t cf the Mississippi
liver. It will be a difdeuit mailer
to take care of the enoriLous crovd
that will attend this reunion, but the
people of Houston havearranged on
a very elaborate scale to do so, and
will uudoutedly prove equal to the
Those who visit Houston next
7eek will be fortunate and the rail
roads are to be commended tor their
action in giving such a low rate for
chic grand event.
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en
tirely healed. Since then, I use
Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as
a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in
deed, it seems as though I could not
keep house without it." Mrs. S. A.
Fields, llloomfield, la.
The Only World's Fas
Ayer's Pills Regulato tho Liver,
PLAIDS AND SHESTItf GKJ, $
AND SALT, BAGS,
C ! -uis ton 3 correspondent
fculd not do for a cavwing agc.it
for the Sunny South ho toils tale
out of school. Fro3t, cayj he, We6
in Stamy county la3fc Monday morning.
Our people are bidding for North
em capital and Northern settlors to
help us bring out the rich possibili
ties of the South, while otheu write
them novels tliat tell ho? preacher.':
cannot read. Capital ia timid and
doesn't like to tarry- where people
haye such blind spiritual leader..
Key. P L Groome has bought,
nearly a half interest in the Chris tian
Advocate at Greensboro and is
now devoting much of his time to it,
The appointment of Samuel L
Rogers G3liector of the 5 th district
is not a surprise. He has all the
while been more or less the collector.
He served when the Kcpe Elias in
terim was on; he filled the place
during Collector Carter's illness no
he's up- Some powerfully gocd
men, Hon. Jno. o Henderson amorg
them, were left out when Mr.
Koger8' nujue ?Ta3 put down.
THE RACKET STORE.
Just Think of It-We
DR Y GOODS DEPAPRTENT.
Fiftysseven inch bleached linen table damask ID cents per yard rv.
three inch turkoryrod tublo damask 27 cts per yard, i'ortysb
inch tablo oil cloth at 15cts per yard.
P. W. R , a white jeans corsot worth 50c for 45. Madam Grisv.ok1
health corset wa.st, worth $1.50 for 55c to close. Mad-uno Grig!
wold's $3.00 corsstB for 87c. Madoine Griswoid's Misse3
corsets 50c. C. B. corsets for 9Io. Doublo V. cor
set waists only 45c,thia wist haa never sold
for less tuan 1. Nursing corsets at
93c. 5 hook corset stays at 10c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
Skirts 55c to Si. 08. Gowns I9c to 1.49, corset covers 23o up, d" .
ise 38 to 75c, drawers at 45 to 55c, while lawn aprons with satin"
ana lace stripe 30c, percale aprons 15c, gingham aprons
10c, percale shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets 25c,
White bonnets or any of the above artis
cles made to order on hhort notice
Gauze vests 5c up Our
gauze vests will not
bo in until 11th.
DOWLAS ASSOPTED, GOOD VALUE.
Towels well assorted up to 1..5 p?r pair. Fancy colored tidy tdw: :;i
to 35c Fourteen inch toweling at Sets per yard. Lace pillow shams
35c pr pair. 38 inch scrim tor curtains 5c. 38 iuch printed silko
lino for drapeiy 10c. 44 inch thin white musiin with large bow
knols woven it 25cts per yd. 30 inch yebow muslm with
yellow and blue flowers wevo- in at 32 1.-2 cts per yd.
29 inch white muslin with side stripes with either
white or yellow woven figures wovd in at V.)
cents per yard, these are the lateet curtain
materials, ruako cool, airy
Four foot wood alvays wanted
best prices for same. We invite sn
inaoectio s of "all the gooda w9
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, NO. 2.
One dollar lace curtains 3 yds long at 72 cts per pair. We take orders
for curtains at all prices up to ;'40 per pair. 2 J-yds wide bloael:.d r: .
perill sheeting only 20e per yard, worth 30,?, 32?, inch feather tick'.r
12c. 3G inch extra soft finished bleaching at 8-Jc worth 10 c. 30 in.
bleached cambric same as Lonsdale only 8c. Printed lawns 5 to
11c. Navy blue organdy lOe. Printed sateen at 10 to 32c. Black
sateen cashmere finished only 14c. White bored musliu or
nainsook 7 1-2 to 12c. White bared and stripped dimity
10 to 19cts per yard. 7 1-2 ct gingham at 5e. Heavy
bleached cotton ilannel 10c. White wool flannel
12 1-2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 cfcs per
yard up. 27 inch bkp Ihed butcher's linen
25c.j Brers lining cambric 5c per yd
Black cross lining witn white back
7 1-2. Orinolm 5c por yd. 44
inch white srdin and lace
apron lawn only 15c,
raw! (Q -
HOISERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies fast black ho30 worth 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast black Vauk
hose worth 20c for 10c. Ladiea fast black seamless hose at 15c.
Hermsdorf black seamless hoeo at 15e. Ladies Hermsdorf h'.
seamless hose from 15 to 38c per pair. Ladies imitation D.illri'
hose at 10c. Ladie3 heavy mixed colored seamless hc&e U'c.
Misses fast black cordai cy ribbed seamless hose 6 to 8 1-2 i ft
10 cts per pair, worth douole. Infants fast black standi
hose 10 c. 4 pairs heav v trray mixed seamless sox for 2"c.
Extra fine seamless sox in mixed colors and black at
10c. Stainless navy blue, brown or Hermsdorf
black sox at 15c par pair. Men's fancy
striped lisle sox at 20c. Men's brown
lisle sox at 30c. Fast black lisle eox
at 40c. Ladies black silk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloves 10 cents up.
White lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows worth 10 to -''c 2;'
ts each, light colored silk scarfs 15c up, 4-inNhand-ties 25c up.
proof collars 10d, linen collars 8 to 10c, waterproof cutis 15c, k-fc
cuffs 15 to 25c, handkerchiefs 5c up, suspenders 9c up, 25 ct one? !c
17c,sox 5c up, extra value at 6, 71-2 and 15c, 75c gold plated stu :1
and shirt buttons at 50c per set, collar buttons 5c per dcz;i u;
extra value in night shirts at 07 ls2 c, "our own'' WarLv;'d
unlaunderied is as good as any shirt on the market cu:
price is 82c. The Electric is made of New York mills in-
lin, this is a good value for $1, we sed it for G7 1-2 ce;
Our 400 shirt for 48c, has no equal. We hive a 5UC'.
shirt, made with a double front and back for 39c, our
dandy is tho best 25ct white shirt you ever bought
Wo have these laundered at an ex'tra cost of 15c,
A We have the best fitting percale in negligee
shirt in Concord and as good percale is
made in America, our price 40e,
launderied 55c, very cheap.