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Daily Standardly wTith ent!rey tha; t
tUli 1 I w-i nn itt Ko in silver 1 1 11 13 ffl hf
the standard monej; and gold be
not coined but become u erely a
1 commodity on the marKet.
It a man wants gold for any pur
pose, let him take his silver money
and buy gold a3 he would any other
product of the soil or commodity on
If, perchance, this falls under the
eyes of the author of Ooins Finan
cial School, he may write another
book for trie hungry people,
Ti: Standard is published every
:uT v ,,ln,; reent-0 and delivers
1 by carriers
UvriiS Or SUHSOltll'TlOS
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NOT A SICK DAY
For Over Thirty Years!
EESULT OF USIT
ft a re rr c-r.
Ter.is for'regular advertisements
juade known on application.
Address all. communications to
Charlotte has 30 physicians and is
in danger of getting another.
The public has heard from tx
houer II A Gudger. His card, po
litically speaking, is as spotted r-s a
leopard, Gudger is a combination in
himspif, and docs not rise to the dis
tinction of a mugwump.
'Ayer's Cathartic Pill - f-r over thirty
jrusirs hav'u kept mo in psd 1m -alt h,
never having hai a su k 'lv 5;' T
Il.-forC, I was t'.v- et.v 1 S-ilVr-a
n!nMst continually a. n ; -ri' t'--"
stipation l'rom dysp 1,m la-'lje;--,
neuralgia, or. boils aid otliov rruj.tive
diseases. When I 1.om;:
CONCORD, MAY 29, 1895.
311. A.tiI'DUEK-J IO.MPI. A IX TS.
The Kileigh News and Observer
says editorially something that may
prove beneficial to many of our
citizens : "Ail silver men are not
fools and all gold men are not
thieye-3. Paste this in your hat
In this issue will be found a let-1 and bear in miml next vear You
will haye abundant occasion to need
this assurance, if you believe one
half you hear."
u?r Irom 11 A Gudger of no little
tiiuatct. He doc-a not, as we could
he had, reply directly to The
Ci men's inquiry as to whether he
h&l lefi she Dei.ooravic party. He
replies by etatiug his grievances
against the Democratic party, but
dctcnotsiy whether they seem to
liitii suWoient to justify a man who
'b:lievi'-' in t'.i leading principles of
'the Democratic party, in leaving it.
Let us note his complaints in the
urdei in which they are made.
L. Congress did not "utterly" fail
to redeem the pledges made the peo
l?e. The federal election law, the
iniquity of which Mr. Gudger is
-dauntless familiar with, was repeal
ed. Congress did revise the tariff,
aiot, it is true, aa thoroughly as it
should, nor, so for as it went, just
:ms it should ; but Mr. Gudger must
rdmit that enough was accomplished
-i? forever prevent the Republican
party from again saddling this coun
try with a high protective tariff after
fthe McKinley idea.
2. We have answered this com
plaint in the foregoing.
'4. If the Republican party had
-reiniiLed in power the bonds might
.hure been issued, ju3t the same.
'Tie plates were already prepared,
tAiier order from Secretary Foster.
4. The great manufacturing in--dagtries
were not paralyzed by any
thing the Democratic party did, are
mot paralyzed now, and are not liKely
to. be. They are showing, nnderthe
WiJooa bill, a healthy and daily in
creasing activity, with ever broaden
ing fields for their products. The
:Democratic revenue bill would have
been ample to meet the expenses of
the government if one Republican
f tiatice of the Supreme court had
rj'jl changed his mind between two
rmoens and declared against the con
atitutionality of the income tax.
-T . County government no longer
crista in North Carolina.
Tne country is now on a prac
tical -metallic basis.
it etill remains to be learned
whether Mr. Gudger will bear with
fee Democratic party a while longer
jr not, Asheville Citizen.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now tne
opportunity to try it Fre- Call on
the advertised Druggist and get a
Trial Bottle Free. Send your name
and address to II E Buck leu & Co.
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills Free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, Free. All of
which is guaranteed to do you good
and cost you nothing. Fetzer's
In Tli 1m a Flop ?
1. That Congress utterly failed to
redeem the sacred pledges made the
2. That they were unable to cope
with the great issues demanding at
tention. 3. That this failure caused, and
may yet cause, the issuing of bonds
which I regard as a menace to free
4. That the great manufacturing
industries of the country ought not
to be paralyzeu by unfriendly legis
lation, and that" the tariff eught to
be sufficient to meet current exn
5. That there no longer exists a
necessity for county government in
6. That the country should return
to a bimetallic basis, H, A. Gudger,
in Asheville Citizen.
ALIi ISILVEtt- A'O GOLD.
-X Te.y prominent and successful
irjisineBs man of Concord, suggests a
fi&Gvel plan for our money. His mod
eat.ia so great that we withhold his
H- suggests that gold be done
Are You oiug?
For the accommodation of persons
desiring to attend the Centennial
Celebration and Annual Commence-
ment exercises of North Carolina
University, Chapel Hill, the, South
ern Railway Company will operate
special trams betwaen University
station and Chapel Hill, connecting
with trains 11 and 12 at Uuiversity
station June 4, 5, 0 and 7, as fol
lows : Leave Chapel Hill 3:30 a. m.,
arrive University station 4;30 a. ,m ;
leave University station 0:35 a. m.,
arrive Chapel Hill 7:35 a. m..
To t lie ilszeiis ol Concord.
We: will visit your premies on our
sanitary duties, and all such "not
found in good sanitary co'riditior),'
will be repoited to the mayor and
wariaats issued for your arrest.
Take warning and save cost.
j. L. Boger D r
' 6. C. Fisher Pollemen.
May 15, 1895.
Just Think 01 it--We S;;V(1
You Money on Nea.rJv
i DRY GOODS DEPAPRTEr: ,
i Fi tv ( on rch bleached linen table damask 40 cents per r
I three it ch inrkei'y.rof ts bio d'Ttnnsk 27 cts per yurd j-'. -
inch tabic oil c:uin at U.cts pei' yaiu.
that niiv-t.-nt lis of my tn-nhlrs vtc
ran.s (l l I s t i ; 1 1 1 l i , I l-an t hu u.c
o( Ayi'i's Pills, witli th- n.st ,.it'sf;u -tory
results, ntivrr li:ivin a sinhi
attack that did nut n-adily yivAd 1 this
rvuii ily. My wif.-, v h liail lncn an
invalid for years, also boan to ns;
Ayt-r's Pills, and hor h alt h was quickly
it;.-tor;.l. WiJh my children I had no
ticed that nearly all their ailments were
'preceded hy constipation, and T soon
iiad the pleasure of knowing that with
children as with parents, Ayer's Pills,
if taken in season, av rt all danger of
sickness."!!". Wkttstkin, Pyron, 111.
Highest Honors at World's Fair
Ayer's Sarsaparilla Strengthens the System.
North Carolina Grand Lolge A.
F. & A. M,, Oxford, N. O. Tickets
on sale June 24th and 25th, final
limit June 2'Jth, 1895. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $5.55.
Commencement exercises Daridt
son Colloge, Davidson, N C.
Tickets on Bale June 7th to 13th,
inclusive, hual limit June 15th,
1895. 'Continuous passage in each
direction. Fare for round trip $1 80.
State Grand Lodge I. O of G. S.
& O. of S , Wilmington, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 10th and 11th,
final limit June 15th, 1895. Cons
tinuous passage in each direction.
Fare for round trip via Greensboro
$10, via Goldsboro $11 GO.
llurklen's Arnica vp,
The Best Salve in t.e world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Ohapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or np pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 ctnts per
box. For saleat P. B. Fetzer's Drug
A pistol, 38scilibre, .Remington,
between Concord and Esquire G E
Ritchie's, on the Gold Hill road. A
reward will be paid for its return to
this office. J. A. Ritchie.
Talking about Columbia bicycles, of
course. Lighter than ever, and yet
stronger. Better methods of mak
ing, better material, if possible. If
you want to know how vronderf ully.
bicycle, manufacture has advanced,
come" and examine the new models of
Now on exhibition. You need the nev Colum
bia Catalogue, for its beauty and for the infer
nation it gives. Free if you caiL -
G. L. PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
CORSET DEPARTMENT ,
1'. W. Pi , a white j:ip.up corset worth 50c for 45. Madan
"h julth corsot wa.wt, worth $1.50 for 55c to close. Madi
wold's Stf. 00 corsets for 87c. Madome (inswold's Mi;
corsets 50c. C. B. corsets for 91 j. Double V. coi
Bet waibta only 45c, this wist has never soid
for less tban 1. Nursing corsets at
93c. 5 hook corset stays at 10c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR DEPART:
A T '
Skirts 55c to 31.C8. G owns 4!'j to SL 19, corset covers 2:)- i : . ....
isu 38 to 75e, drawers at 45 to 55c, while lawn aprons with satir
and lace stripe 30c, percale aprons 15c, gingham aprons
10c, percale shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets ti5e.
White bonnets or any of the above artis
cles maoe to order on thort notice
Gauze vestb 5c up. Our
gauze vests will not
be in until 11th.
DOWLAS ASSORTED, GOOD VALUE
Towels well assorted up to Sl.-5 per pair, Fancy colored tMy os A 1
to 35c. fourteen 'inch toweling at 5cts per yard. Lace pillow sL
35c pr pair. 38 inch scrim lor curtains 5c. 38 inch printed silk
line for drapeiy 10c 44 inch thin white muslin with large bow
knots woven it 25cts per yd. 30 inch yellow muslin with
yellow and blue flowers wove in at 32 L2 cts per yd.
29 inch white muslin with side stripes with either
shite or yellow wovenjigures woved in at Vj
cents )er yard, these are the latest curtain
materials, make cool, airy
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, NO. 1
One dollar lace curtains 3 yds long at 72 J cts per pair. We take order
for curtains at all prices up to $10 per pair. 2 yds wide bleached i tp
porill sheeting only 20c per yard, worth 30c. 32i inch feather ticking
12ic. 3G inch extra soft finished bleaching at 8c worth 10 c. 30 in.
bleached cambric same as Lonsdale only 8jc. Printed lawns ' to
11c. Navy blue organdy 10 j. Printed sateen at 10 to 32c. Black
sateen cashmere finished only 14c. White bored muslin or
nainsook 7 1-2 to 12c. W7hite bared and stripped dimity
10 to 19cts per yard. 7 1-2 ct gingham at 5c. Heavy
bleached cotton flannel 10c. White wool flannel
12 1-2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 cts per
yard up. 27 inch bleached butcher's linen
25c. Dress lining cambric 5c per yd
Black dress lining witn white back
7 1-2. Crinolin 5c per yd. 44
. inch white satin and lace
apron lawn only 15e,
HOISERY AND GLDVE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies fast black hose worth 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast black Iseau.k
hese worth 20c for 10c. Ladies fast black seamless hose at 15c. Ladies
Herinsdorf black seamless hose at 15c. Ladies Hermsdorf black
seamless hose from 15 to 38c per pair. Ladies imitation Ballriggan
hose at 10c. Ladies heavy mixed colored seamless hose K'c
Misses fast black cordaroy ribbed seamless hose 0 to 8 1-2 in at
10 cts per pair, worth douole. Infants fast black' seamless
hose 10 c. 4 pairs heavy irray mixed seamless box for 25c:
Extra line 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. Ladies black silk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloves 10 cents up.
GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMEN
W7hite lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows worth 10 to -ts
each. Tight colored silk scarfs 15c up, 4-in-hand-ties 25c up
proof collars 10c. linen collars 81 to lOn. waternroof cufls 1" -
cuffs 15 to 25c, handkerchiefs 5c up, suspenders 9c up, 25 ct on''
17c, sox 5c up, extra value at 6J, 71-2 and 15c, 75c gold plated
and shirt.buttons at 50c per set, collar buttons 5c per dozen !
extra value in night shirts at 67 ls2 c, 4'our own;' Wamsutt.c
unlaunderied is as good as any shirt on the market our
price is 82o. The Electric is made of New York mills mun
lin, this is a good value for 81, we seil it for 07 1-2 cents
Our 400 shirt for 48c, has no equal. We have n 50c t
shirt, made with a double front and back for 39c,our
dandy is the best 25ct white shirt you ever bought
We have these laundered at an extra cost of 15c.
Wre have the best fitting percale in negligee
. shirt in Concord and as good percale is
made in America, our price 40c,
launderied 55c, ver cheap.
1 1 (!.
D. J . BOSTIAN, PROP'R