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f t FIHrr Cfonrln1 they had the pluck, tlie ability and
ihe Dailv Standard J.. iu t.OBCOrd.
The great work they fc:ve don., has
been to ub all, whether interested
BY JAMES P. COOK.
1TIOE ii; C VSTOK BUILDING
The Slant!- "t? is published every
Jay iSuuday excepted) and delivers
d by carriers
K.n'ES OF SUBSCRIPTION
One year 84 00
Six months 2 00
Three months 1 00
One month 35
Single copy 05
A D V 1 : T l S i X 1 1 E ATES.
Terms for'regular advertisements
' made known on application.
Ad,". ;.H c-.irr nnications to
;o:coun, ma i' 2i,
directly or nor, a source of benefit.
No man has done a mure patnouc
and unselfih work than ha3 Mr.
It is impossible to estimate, with a
marked degree of acenrancy the size
of a camp-meeting crowd, and when
it comes to numbering the crowds at
cekbrutions and unveilings of mouu
incuts there is no such thing as ac
cuiaev. But they tried to estimate
F 13 Fetzer in giving to Concord, at tue large crowds tnai were m awweu
an immense cost, a splendid sy u m j Monday at the Confederate Monu
i m; im on t. tax.
of water works, one that is ten years
ahead of the town.
We might prolong this in u-lU
imr v;hat others have done bur, sp;ee
does not admit.
What we all want is more couth
dence in the town. If there be any
doubting Thomases among us, just
recall the town'? photograph ten
. 1 ' . 7 .1-1
years ago 3.e ine oiCud), boiri
march. If this be noi enough,
hear the words of honest people
away from here and tee the.
ed impressions thatjro into outsiue
journals inspired by good people
that come among us they speak
well and they inspire cor fidcrtce.
Truly none can lack in applica
tion of Concord, w hen trie facto are
meat ceremonies. Some have it 35,-
000 and others at 20,000. There
was a big crowd and we are all glad
THE RACKET STQRf
Is Mr. Fisher, who contributes
the interesting article about the old
well, rjVht sure his w ell was not an
old gold hole or the remains of some
one's tiiorts locking for eternal
youth waters ?
The Staxdahd saw trmt it wr.s
Just Think of It--We Save
You Money on Nearly
DRY GOODS DEPAFRTENT.
t. Fiftvsev en inch bleached hnen lablo damask 40 cents nor v' r
I claimed that the Reformatory bill three inch turkoryred table r.nniack 27 cts per yrrd, f;'-.. 7'
passed; knowing the Legislature did
The Supreme court of the United i
..t :i I inad Income IVx
- y iu uuo. , t v d . .jai'ing it, in a
f to 4, unconstitutional.
IT: r nibj'" rity of newspaper read-i
us have been prepared for just such j
Levc.. At a farmer consideration of ;
this m.uter one part of the law was j
? used as to dsr:ov one-half ot its j
.icCts. In w0il a v. , s
ma'.td ihut the government M'ould
receive from tha; source 30,000,000
a si:kii:n or asitm m:n.
About the 10th of June The
St a NDAF.n will b- gin the publica
tion of a series of ciiginal articles
on the "Money i'rebk-nr7 in ail of
itspha;:es. The articles will be
from the ptn of a Cabarrus gentle
j man of mature age, ripe knowledge
jnd a scholar of n !it:cal eccuemv.
The article-; vre uot wr.Teu irom
a political standpoint, but w:ii be a
not, it thought probably the clerks
uid. We asked for information and
the ICalo: gh News ec Observer an
swers ai? folio vb ;
The Concord Standard, which
hss evidently been reading Fusion
ortrans, asks "Did the Reformatory
bill pass ?" It did not, though in a
letter to the Atlanta Constitute a
Senatar Butler took great credit to
his party for passing the bill to pro
vide a Reformatory. We ought to
have one .
wMc. h iK decision of the Su-'
i' n.c c ju r , v --
1)7 the co::d hearii:r of this au-i
gust baf'y the entire loan is set as.de
is being an insult to that great in
itrument, the conscitution of the
Lt U done for. As the Charlotte
Ju-. r v-.r puts it, the Republicans
half the Democrats
phrn, practical treaimtnt
j subject witliou!: bias, in fact i here
is to he no politics in them, but are
! to be written for shedding of light; cn
the subject, Y.'hen th.- bulk of the
people think that the government
can make inun-y, it is time for a dis
cussion of the subject.
ig Has Zvo; Fncux. TVordc of Pra:30
from a Kcw York Lady for
" I would liko to add :.iy testimony to
that of (tht.Ts v.Tio Inve nsod Ayer's
Tills, and to say that I have taken them
tor many years, and ilwas derived tho
best resells from their use. For stom
ach and liver troubles, and for the euro
I ot headache caused by theso dcranc-
njents, -v er s I'll.s car.not tji- Miuled.
i) W Fuller, offCanajuhane. N Y.
! cays that he always keeps Dr. King's
v-ere :airst it ; -nd the Populists, j New Descovery in the Lcaoe and Lis
v .! h:y tav it coming, thought j family has a1. ways 't found the v-ry
btst resiiits follo'.vs its U2t; that he
would not bo without n, if pro-
G A Dykcman PruggiEt,
little of it and went prowling around
for "fomethmg better,"
The indsres -gainst : Fuller, Field, 1 curable.
Grav, Brewer and Shiras ; for : atskill, N V., says that Dr. King s
Harlan, Brown, Jackson and White I "ew Discovery 13 undonUeb " th?
; best uougn reniU); mat nc nas aseu
i it in his family for eight years, and
m-a: . . b.t
Ol.'K HEITI uin.v aiu;o:I).
T- everyone, v. no is loyal to his
5c:tion, true zz tcj best interests of
i.-j h-Li and a Wcll-vi3her of m.:
V.'.nj, t:jtt facts of cur substantial
growin are indeed gratifying. They
are known tar and wide.
The outside world holds Concord
;n splendid opinion indeed our
name iy excellent away from home.
In anocber column, The Etaxdakd
tinda juot cause in saying some
things about our very worthy and
excellent neighbor, Stanly county.
That sh: is looking upward and
prt-ssmg forward, is gratifying to us.
This is fellow-feeling that must be
appreciated and, for the common
go id must be encouraged.
It is a compliment to Concord
that people entertain the feeling ex
it has never failed to do ail that is
claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested,
Trial bottles free at Jb'ctxcr'e Drug
Store. Regular size 50c. andlOO.
Strike oKhf Wcnvs m I'rovitlcnc v.
Providence, it. T, May 20. Out
of the sixty weavers who were at the
Geneva mills weaving samples, only
eight reported for work today liach
wa3 accompanied by a policeman.
A patrol wagon with a full complex
ment of officers was in waiting out
side to prevent trouble between the
strikers and the operatives. A
crowd of about two hundred persons
congregated at the mill gate, hooting
and shouting at weuyers who went in.
When my friends ask me -what is the
' beat remedy for disorders c; the stom
ach, liver, or hovels, my invariable
answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken in sea
son, they will break un a cold, prevent
hi grippe, cheek fever, and regulate tho
digestive organs. They aro easy to
take, and are, indeed, the best all-round
family me licine T have ever known."-
Mrs. May Johnson, IoS Rider Avenue,
New York City.
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Ayer's Sarsaparilia Curt all Blood Cisoiuco
Did Yon Ever
Try Electric Bittera as a remedy for
pressed in these words : "It'3 no your trublee? If not, get a bottle now
trouble for Ccncord to do anything' and get relief. This medicine has
This is the remark made to us by been found to be peculiarly adapted
Mr. S H Hearn, a very prominent to the relief and cure oi all Female
and successful business gentleman of Complaints, exerting a wonderful
Stanly county. This inspires confi- direct ee in giving strength
and tone to the organs. If you have
Our people, the great bulk of j 63 of apetite, Cinstipation, Head-
them, have long since learned to ap
preciate the presence in our midst of
the Odells, Fetzer, Cannons and
many others, who do their all for
the growth of Concord,
They have built factories because
ach, Fainting Spells, or are "Nervous
Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or
troubled with Dizzy Spslls, Electric
Bittersis the medicine'you need.
Health and Strngth are guaranteed
by its use. Large bottles only fifty
cents at Fetzer's Drujr Store.
Just as easy to sit up straight
on a bicycle as on a horse. Bi
cycle must be built right, though
have easily adjustable handle
bar and many sizes to fit you.
That means your buying a
men laoje on e em ai Jocts pu1 vara
P. "W. 11 . a white jeans eorset worth 50c for 45. Madam Gri-wo' ;
health corset wa;st, worth $1.50 for 55c to close. Madame
wold's '$3.00 cordis for 87c. 31adome Oris wold's M:--
corsets 50e. C. 13. corsets for 01c. Double V. cor
set waists only 15e,this wist has never soiu
for loss than Si- Nuisinsr corsets at
93c. 5 hook corbel stays at 10c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT
Skirts 55c to Si. 06. Gown.. 10c to SI. 19. corset 4ove. - .
ise 38 to 75c, drawers at L' t C5o, whiio h.u aprons w;t
and lace stripe 30c, percale aprons 15c, gingham apioLs
10c, percalo shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets Vv2"c.
White bonnets or any of the above arti
cles made to order on fchoit notice
Gauze vests 5c up. Our
gauze vests will not
be in until 11th.
DO W LAS ASSORTE D, GOOD VA; n;
Towels well assorted up to 81. 5 per pair, Fancy colored tidy t j.v.N :
to 35c. Fourteen inch toweling at 5cts per yard. Laca pillow slhl.
35c por pair. 38 inch scrim for curtains 5c. 38 inch printed b i I k c
line for drapeiy 10c. 4.4. inch thin white muslin with larire bow
knots .C7cn it 25c ts per yd. 30 inch yellow mvsloi v.-itl
yellow and blue liowers wove; in at 32 lr 2 cts ir yu.
20 inch white muslin with side stripes with either
vhiie or yeilow v. oven figures woved in ut V.)
cets er yard, theso are the latest curtain
materials, make cool, airy
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, NO.
One dollar lace curtains 3 yds long at 72 cts per pair. We take cui i:
for curtains at all prices up to $10 per pair. 2 yds wide bleached i
peril! sheeting only 20c per ycrd, worth 30c. 32i inch feather ticki:;
12c, 3G inch extra soft finished bleaching at 8c worth lu c. -' i;
bleached cambric same as Lonsdale only 8c. Printed lawL? " t
11c. Navy blue organdy 103. Printed sateen at 10 to 32c. black
sateen cashmere finished only 14c. White bored musli': c:
nainsook 7 1-2 to 12c. White bared and stripped .,.::
10 to 19cts per yard. 7 1-2 ct gingham at 5c. Heavy
bleached cotton flannel 10c. White wool llannel
12 1-2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 cts per
yard up. 27 inch bleached butcher's linen
25c. Drees lining cambric 5c per yd
Black dress lining witn white back
7 U2. Crinolin 5c per yd. 11
inch white satin and lace
apron lawn only 15c.
HGISERXAND GLOVE DEPARTM i-N'.:"
Ladies fast black hose worth 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast; hhek :
hose worth 20c for 10c. Ladies fast black seamless hose at 1-e. ha
Ilermsdorf black seamless hose at 15c. Ladies Henndei! b!
seamless hose from 15 to 33c per pair. Ladies imitation iVil
hose at 10c. Ladies heavy mixed colored seamless hoe 1 1
Misses fast black cordaroy ribbed seamless hose 0 to b 1- iJ-Hl
10 cts per pair, worth douole. Infants fast black Miiuule.
hose 10 c. 4 pairs heavv gray mixed seamless sox for 23c.
Extra fine seamless sox in mixed colors and blacK at
10c. Stainless navy blue, brown or Hernisdort'
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. Ladies black silk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloves 10 cents up.
GENTS FURNISmNcT DEPARTMENT
White lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows worth lo t
ts each, light colored silk scarfs 15c up, 4-in-hand-ties 2"c
extra value jn night shirts at 67 ls2 c, "our own ' NUmaU14
w4.uj auuucnou ia ao yuuu Ua any b'liru UU iuu wi""--
price is 82c. The Electric is made of New York mills rausr
lin, this is a good value for 81, we sell it for 07 1-2 cent
Our 400 shirt for 48c, has no equal. We have a A"
shirt, made with a double front and back for 39c, ou:
dandy is the best 25ct white shirt you ever bor--We
have these laundered at an extra cost of 1-jc.
We have the best fitting percale in neglise
shirt in Concord and as good percale is
made in America, our price 40c,
launderied 55c, very cheap.
Haven't said a word about
quality? No need. Everybody)
best bicycle made. Have lower
priced machines too Hartfords
Art Catalogue free If you cad.
G. L. PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.