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SOUTH CAUOLIKA'ft MUDDLE.
BI JAIrtT.S V. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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CONCORD, MAY If,, 1805.
A darkov philosopher says :
has noticed dat all great men retains
in urter life de early impression of
diidhjoJ. Dia scar heah is whar
inj fader hit me wid a broomstick."
Suck is tke i-as3 with all men.
They can, even in their dotage, re
c ill vith accuracy many and many
events that occurred 40, CO and even
70 years back, while events left just
u week in the past come up in a
.CiZV manner before the. mind's eye.
U ic, us tu. dusky philosopher de
clairs, "do curly impression" that
sticks, and he gives a strong proof of
it -de scar' put there by his pa.
The early life and associations of
children do more to foretell what the
men will be in after years, that cir
euuHtuiiCCE surrounding them at the
time of entering manhood's estate.
Men may e-jt down with their
ly;. and tell .n;";. of deeds, heroic
-1 .- l .1 T
s.QCL rana; ot ut: .racters ii oie mu
ctroLg; of prominence and great
success; of men, who, with lit: ruble
t idi ti, became conspicious in public
j.Tairs and whose lives were spot
j tsly clean. Bui all this will not
i-c the impression that will secure
'!"ooat-:ps of the leys in the paths of
:iiCC characters bold up before their
mz. Tnere nui3t be a "hit" the
' '-ijc v.eed to hav a living example
? one t uer and dearer to them than
I'jlc a:.d sua.:-ful characters on
the pages of history; they need re
ti?aiiihi influences and firm direct
t :e.')5 ii. the path of recitude to make
impressions; they need an everyday
moral example (not a Sunday alone)
&ct before them; they need to know
that they are not men, and smarter
tlun their fathers; they need to
know that their desires and aspira
iols mast be directed and approved
y parental care.
It is in early life that lasting im
pressions are made. We respectfully
iibnilt that he, who holds up his
torical charaGteis to his boys, turns
'-he;a loose to run after the ends of
their desires' and aspirations, un.
guarded, and gives them rope that
reaches eyery where, anywhere, day
'ind night, even touching the sphere
jf modern society and modern fads
hile vet in their tender years, will
day wake up, when it i3 too
kte, to the fact that his boys are not
"fen what chips .oil the old block
ought to be, and certainly not living
likenesses cf those great characters
iCin be picked out of history and
held up in his pious moode, to the
imitation of his boys.in knee
At last the factions of the white
people in South Carolina haye been
brought face to face to a very grave
situation. A a unnatural and un
pleasant warfare has been going on
therebetween factions, both claim-i
ing to be Democratic. The char ..o
terietic South .Carolina hot b:n;
has been arousednd,, matters 1um
grown from bd to worse.
Defeated-Senator liuth r h?u eel
about to undo that of wlv.eh h was
one of the authors and ui.d.-r wuich
he has enjoyed the very Highest
honors vvithin the gift of the peo
The Federal Judge that rendered
an unholy decision, that makes
white supremacy in South Cro'ica
uncertain, lias done enough to
make the white factions come to
gether for faeit'-preeervatioii, if no
The decision is a step, at least, to
destroy every vestige of State'.
rights and put each State more and
more out of the hands of its own
Deonle and under the powers of l'ot-
ij eminent at Washington.
We cannot see ho;v Governor
Evans could be more moderate in his j
prouunciamento; indeed, it is to be
wondered at that, under the epurj of
such a decision, he wad not even
Things have been ugly in South
Carolina, but their ugliness does
not equal that of North Carolina
they are not miscegenationisti--.
Walker, the representative of
Ginn & Co., the linn that secured
the passage of the county adoption
of text buoks, had to pay $10 to a
Mr, Dockery, who was employed to
assist in securing its passage. "He
She Has Tver Kncwn. Words of Praise
from a New York Lady for
"1 would like to add ray testimony to
that of .others who have used Aver's
Tills, and to say that I have taken them
lor many years, and always derived the
heat results from their use. Tor stom
ach and liver troubles, and for the euro
Editorially, the Mookvilk Times I 1. "y "17 TT
JJ i Lucius, Aver s Villa cannot bo equaled.
has been strenghbT.ed. The editor.
Will X Coley, on Wednesday even
ing married Miss Addie Sue Harris,
of Raleigh. The ceremony was per
formed in the Baptist church. The
Standard feels that the brother has
done well; and congratulating him,
it wishes the copy in his life's course
will always be abundant.
The gpeople will not be deceived
eithtr by the flurry on Wall street
or by the Tribune's particular claim.
Permanent prosperity to all classes
of propie kas not come and will not
c-jme ;o long a3 we maintain tke
sin-ih uld standard.
uiu bimetallism opening the
.!,-. ulilro ir Vrfh rviotalfl IS ft fiOn
diiiou precedent to the revival of
business that will be felt alike by
the farmers and mechanics, and the
bankerdand the holders of accumu
lated wealth, and by the lender and
the borrower. Prosperity i3 not
wanted thst enables the speculators
to raise the price of cotton in tke
spring, when the farmers have sold
all they have made, in order to in
duce them to plant anotker big crop
so tkat the price will be below tke!
costof production, ;md that requires
a debtor to pay the equivalent of two
dollars for the one borrowed. RaN
Several of our esteemed contem
poraries have ceen boasting of old
coins, but our Mr. Joseph Walters
has called our attention to a coin,
now in his possession, which is 153
years old, thirty years older than
any coin so far mentioned, fress
The good fruit crop this year will
be worth thousands of dollars to
Dayidson. This year the people
will appreciate the fruit as neyer
before. Lexington Dispatch.
Just Think of lt--We Save
You Money on Nearly
That President Lincoln went to
the Hampton Beads Conference,
during the war, to offer to pay 400,s
000,000 for the freedom of the slaves
and stop the Civil war, and did not
do so on account of instructions
giyen Alex Stevens by President
Davis, s?ems to be about settled as a
ma Iter of history, if an editorial in
the Philadelphia Times be correct.
We regret its length prevents its re
production in these columns.
That tke office of mayor of Mt.
Pleasant kas to be filled twice before
it will bold, suggests to an outsider
the suspicion that the salary is quite
Salisbury will have two hangings.
Tke ends of justice kave been ar
ranged for,because two self confessed
murderers will tkia summer pay the
penalty of. their crimes at the busi
ness end of the hangman's ' rope.
How much better than Lynch law !
"When ii:y friends ask mc what is tho
best remedy for. disorders of the stom
ach, liver, or bowels, my invariable
answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken in sea
son, they will break up a cold, prevent:
la grippe, check fever, and regulate tho
digestive organs. They are easy to
take, and are, indeed, the best all-round
family medicine I have ever known."--Mrs.
May Johnson, 3C8 Rider Avenue,
New York Citv.
Highest Honors at World's Fair,
Ayzr's Sarsapariila Cures all Blood Disorders
tii i: KiM oFriio.si'Kitrrv vt; io
The !New York Tribune, which
predicted that the Democratic legis
lation would destroy all the indus
tries of the country, is row rejoicing
over what it calls the '-glad ie
covery" cf business. It, of course
attributes the revival of business
that New York feels to the defeat
of the Democratic party la .t Fall.
is like Flying
Maybe you don't
think so. But that
is because you have
not ridden one of the
new-model Coluinbias. Light, strong,
perfectly adjusted, they almost run alone ;
while their famous single-tube pneumatic
tires are marvels of elasticity and speed.
Come and see these superb machines.
The handsomest Catalogue of the season.
Tells of all Columbias ; also of Hartfords, best
of lower-priced machines. The book is free ii
G. L PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
DRY GOODS DEPAPRTENT
TTI'rt ; 1- 1-1 1- .1 1 1 1- I a.
r iiiy,Beveii men ujouckou imeu lauie aamasK ) cents . per yard v -three
inch turkery'red table damask 27 cts per yard, Fortv v ?"
inch tabio oil cloth at 15cts per yard,
P. "W. 11 , a white jeans corset worth 50c for 45. Madsrn Griwc'd
kealtk corset waist, worth $1.50 for 55c to close. Madame (Vris7 "
wold's 3.00 corsets for 87c. Madome Oris wold's Misses
corsets 50c. C. 13. corsets for 94o. Double V. cor
set waists only 45c,this wdst has never sold
lor less than 1. Nursimr corsets at
93c. 5 hook corset stays at 10c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
Skirts 55c to 1.68. Gowns 49c to $1.49, corset covers 23c up, ehem.
iso 38 to 75c, drawers at 45 to 55c, while lawn aprons with tuiiu
ana lace stripe 30c, percale aprons 15c, gingham apron?
10c, percale shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets 25c,
Ykite bonnets or any of tke above artis
cles made to order on short notice
Gauze vests 5c up. Our
gauze vests will not
be in until 11th.
DOWLAS ASSORTED, GOOD VALUE.
Towels well assorted up to $1.95 per pair, Fancy colored tidy towds m
to 35c. Fourteen inck toweling at 5cts per yard. Lace pillow shams
35c par pair. 38 inck scrim tor curtains 5c. 38 inck printed h1:c
line for drapeiy 10c. 44 inck tkin white muslin with large bow
knots woven it 25cts per yd. 3G inck yellow niuslin with
yellow and blue dowers wover in at 32 lr2 rts per yd.
29 inch white muslin with side stripes with either
white or yellow woven figures woved in at 19
cents per yard, tkese are tke latest curtain
materials, mako cool, airy
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, NO. 2.
One dollar kce curtains 3 yds long at 72i cts per pair. We take orders
for curtains at all prices up to $40 per paiP 21 yds wide bleached pep
perill sheeting only 20c per yard, wovtk 30c. 32 inck featker ticking
12ic. 36 inck extra soft finished bleaching at 8Jc worth 10 c. o ii.'
bleached cambric same as Lonsdale only 8c. Printed lawns 5 to
11c. Navy blue organdy 10 x Printed sateen at 10 to 32c. Ub'cL
sateen cashmere finisked only 14c. Wkite bored muslin or
nainsook 7 1-2 to 12o. Wkito bared and stripped dimity
10 to 19cts per yard. 7 12 ct gingkam at 5c. Heavy
bleacked cotton flannel 10c. AVkite wool flannel
12 1-2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 cts per
yard up. 27 inck bleacked butcker's linen
25c. Dress lining cambric 5c per yd
Black dress lining witn wkite back
7 1-2. Crinolin 5c per yd. 44
inck wkite satin and lace
apron lawn only 15o,
HOISERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies fast black koso wortk 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast black Jseaiiilt
kose wortk 20c for 10c. Ladies fast black seamless koso at 15c, Laih'
Heruisdorf black seamless kose at 152. Ladies Hermsdoti' blar-k
scamlcss koso from 15 to 38c per pair. Ladies imitation Baling -kose
at 10c. Ladies keavy mixed colored seamless kose 0e.
Mibses fast black cordaroy ribbed seamless kose G to 8 1-2 in at
10 cts per pair, wortk double. Infants fast black seamh
kose 10 c. 4 pairs keavv gray mixed seamless sox for 25c.
Extra fine seamless sox in mixed colors and black at
10c. Stainless navy blue, brown or Hermsdorf
black sox at 15c per pair. Men's fancy
striped lisle sox at 20c. Men's brown
lisle sox at 30c. Fast black lisle sox
at 40c. Ladios black silk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloves 10 cents up.
GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMEN T
Wkite lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows wortk 10 to 20c f
ts eack, ligkt colored silk scarfs 15c un. 4-in-kandties 25c 0P1 v 1
proof collars 10c, linen, collars 8 to 10c, waterproof cufts 15c, h
cuffs 15 to 25c, kandkerckiefs 5c up, suspendors 9c up, 25 ct one-) -r
17c,8ox 5c up, extra value at 6i, 71-2 and 15c, 75c gold plated stu ii
and skirt buttons at 50c per set, collar buttons 5c per dozen ur
extra value in nigkt skirts at 67 ls2 c, "our own" WawsutU
unlaunderied is as good as any skirt on tke market our
price is 82a. Tke Electric is made of New York mills must
lin, tkis is a good value for SI, we sell it for 67 1-2 cents
,Our 400 skirt for 48c, kas no equal. We kave ft 50c t
skirt, made witk a double front and back for 39c,our
dandy is tke best 25ct wkite skirt you ever bought
-We have tkese laundered at an extra ctfst of 15c,
a We have tke best fitting percale in negligee
skirt in Concord and as good percale is
made in America, our price 40c,
launderied 55c, very ckeap.
D. J. BOSTIAN.PROP'R