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BY JAMES P. COOK.
V riCE IN CASTOR BUILDING
T:io Standard is published every
ay (Sunday excepted) and delivers
ed by carriers-
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THE WEEKLY STANDARD
Is a four-page, eight-column paper.
It ha a kigsr circulation in Cabar
us tliiui liny other paper. Trice
1.03 pir annum, in advance.
Tur jj3 for regular advertisement c
-nada lir.own on application.
Adir-s- :i c: r:piunicatioua to
Concord. N. C.
.oNCOKD, PEO. 10, 1805.
iiSYES IT THE LIE.
Those who had cussing in their
hearts and ust wanted to cuss
I juL't to he cussing, are
: deck mat j i oil one score.
"be foulest month anarchist in
- . ,vi smioiitue since cussed
id hist bt -cause he was "
thumbs of Eugland."
:-;:':vt Ci-iVciand has shown
i .1 a shadow f f doubt that he
: lOL bow to the English throne
-.d that the independence of this
:juntry ia reflected through him,
v ill . the cussera do on this
v vJ H'.
Tne Charlotte Observer puts it in
& coventrated way that has all its
ih yawpers who yawp so much
hjut ( :,vciiind being under the
-Jgl -a z-f England haye occasion
::.": ;c ti.'vc- a reef or two in their
vlltAtlOA 1 PAKALLKI.L.
vdaci'o pesi -'Salisbury's Atiio
tun "Tr.3 doc-j . tudeThe dis
friae u?u which a- ute bcl;c-jii
-r :.rong Oreat Rritiun and
a. iu cou:vl bei Venezeula u a
ra eiorce- controversy with
;!:-vjrs U'hieh the United
L:v2t t.o r" peace
-'id safiv as a
l w and is es-
ir uiai to ;.he in
uiiiy of our
::nd the tranrpuil
mn in finance of
iurui of governs
State3 have no ap-
'1 1 v
: CharlouLe Qbseryer has a
yood ear ; "Miss Sadie Means,
of Columbia, S. C, who w3
churched about two years ago for
rford?g in the telephone exchange
o.u Sunday, she being a member of
the Presbyterian church, was mar
ried a few days ago to Mr, W H
Uallr.ay, and the Spartanburg
bpar-a says she will find as a
ho:':keeper that she will have to go
t;- jrh again on Sunday Yes, but
shi won't be churched for it and be
;d ' i.is. Calloway'' sounds bet
ter than "Central !"
!i ib'? house ant was a3 big as an
.-Icy.Unl, it wouldn't do to fool with.
Aa Knglifch writer says it can sup
pert thi'te thousand times its own
Wv:..: 'ii. There are a good many men
Abo ca-.mot eyen support themseves.
Xccv York, suggests that if people
would feea their banana skins to
horsei, the horses would appreciate
it and so would pedestrians who arc
averse to siitmg down on thy side
walk. Ten thousand miles of railwuy.
known as the Atchison system, val
ued at $350,000,000 C w lr "h wa"
ter in this not stated) was knocked
down at auction at Topeka the other
day for the small sum of 00,000,-
000 and not a single editor bid on it.
Judge Campbell, of Mississippi,
recently declared that the law against
the carrying of concealed weapons
should be abolished. He claimed
that it operated to the injury of good
citiz-ns, who do no: carry weapons ;
while the criminal not only carries a
weapon, but knows that his victim is
unarmed. A minister suggested a
plan for overcoming the difliculty
by prohibiting the mauufactuie of
any fire arms shorter than three
It cost about $10,000 vo lauach a
big w;:r ship but it coatr, a good
deal more than that to huop her
afloat. This doesn't include the wine
j that's spilled on her nose, and under:
oth r Loses m the closing ceremonies.
The finding of the bod:es ot some
well-known people in a dissecting
room in a Medical College at To
peka, Kensas, cane very near start
ing a riot and demolishing the ii
Stitution. Respectable corpac-d don't
like to be cut up that way, and it is
not surprising that their friends
cut up about it.
An absent minded man can never
be depended upon. A Lmghkesp:ie
mau who thought he cuuld keep his
500, the savinga of fifteen yr?,
better in a basket which he carried
around with him than the banks
could, got along very well until he
one day laid the basket down, fr-rot
all about it and lost bjth InuLe;
He has no right to save hid goou
manners and good humor for com
He Las no right to come homo
with a hatchet cast of countenacs
and murder t.ho ihiiocent y-ica-sun-s
of the little unfortunates ' cm)
Mo has a right to remember that
h" o'M 3 his family everything, and
ii: . to deserve the respect aud loye
of hid boys and girls and the con
sideration and loyalty of hi3 wife is
glory enough for any mm. N. Y.
Xht!l)iycu-ry Navod JII
Mr, G. Caillouette, Druggist,
Beavers ville, I'd,, saya : ''To Dr.
King's New Discovery I owo my
life. Was taken with LaGriptc a .a J
tried all the physioians for miios
about, but of no avail and was j:iven
up and told could noL live. Hav
ing Dr. King's New Discovery in
my store I sent for a bottle and bc
gan it uaa and from the first dose
began to get better, and after iisin.
three bottles wus up and i'about
- . . .i .... i
again, it is worm its weignt m
gold. We won't keep store or house
without it." Get a free trial at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
Fop liver Firiy If ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Sootlrng byrup has
been used for over; fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It sojthe3 the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It wiHrelieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Bold by
Druggists m every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be surj and ask forlMr6. Winslows
Soothing Syrap," and take no other
kind. mwZ&w s23'95
Ia. incident in J." Boblnwn'.
"Did I understand your Honor to
cbm thus and so?" asVed Capt
UoopiT -t Swain court, while Judge
Robinson was presiding.
.Tud.W Robinson replied : "Any
body that has ever seen a law-book,
or has eer seen anybody that has
ever seen a law book would know
that 1 didu'c charge any such damn
Afterwards, at the suggestion of
Mr. George T Brown, it is said that
Judge Robinson apologized to Capt.
Cooper. Raleigh News and Ob
TUv Jit. Airy Kwn C'liaSf
The Mt. Any News changes hands
with this issue, W J Roylin, the
present editor and owner, having
sold it to T J Lowry, the founder of
the paper and Mt. Airy's present
postmaster. The policy will con
tinue as ac pi est n r, Democratic,
Mr. Boyiin goes to Nashville, Tehn.,
where he will engage iu the job
pnn tine business.
Mr. Boy'r.i f.rme:y lived in Con
c.i-d and was engaged in the news,
LOSS or VOICE
After Acute Bronchitis
CUEED BY USING
A PREACHER'S EXPCRfEftCE.
44 Three months ago, I took a vio
lent cold which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. 1 put myself
under medical treatment, andattho
end of two months was no better.
j 1 found it very ditlicult to preach,
1 -1.1 ) 1 K , M . ,-. .
raid CJUCiuueu LO U) ari a v-nuuv
rcctonh Tlie firt )ottle gave me
great relief; the second, which I am
now taking, lias relieved me almost
entirely of all unpleasant symptoms,
and I feel sure that one or twro bot
tles more will effect a permanent
cure. T i, ail ministers suffering from
throat troables, recommend Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral." E. M. Bkawlky,
3). I)., Jjjst. Secretary, Am. Bapt.
Publication Society, Petersburg, Ya.
Ayer's Cher?y Pectora
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medium in Cabarrus
County than the
ard, which goes to
more homes than any
other paper circu
lating in Cabarrus.
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ard is $1.00 per an
num, in advance.
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We have just cleanid
out a large Manufacturer
of all their broken lots of
samples 5c tablets we will
sell at 3c, 10c tables for 5c,
15 to 20c tabetsifor 10c.
WE A i
VvrlT.icli we will sell at
per pound, TTiis paper is
in perfect condition.
.i J. BOSTIAN, proprietor,