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a larger circulation in Cabarrus than any
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CoXUOivD, C '-ept. 1.
ni: I i Y!A-m 'E AM UKFERENNljl
T;!,'.,- uu not a few who w a
dor v. 1 : the initiative and rofer
oii Vtiui reallv is. Ve think it
.sa r0 to bay that a majority f-i j n
& -Fancy a mahr of the steotyped
addressv 'Brethren andSisters, "
preaching in -:pur State and
national prisons, or one apt to
congratulate the audience on a
large number present.
Raleigh jail contains three
prisoners that most probably
owe their -lives to shrewd sheriffs
that got them out of danger of
the mobs. They are John Jeffries,
Repeal the Fifteenth.
For seven or eight years -The
Times has been steadily arguing
that all of the troubles in- the
South came from negro suffrage,
that it was a crime to confer the
suffrage upon the negroes en
bloc, and that the only solution
of the difficulty is in taking away
from thM)i that suffrage that
ought never to have been given
them. The country at large
seems to bp now waking up to
who shotCapt. Barnes and the twojthe liecessUy ()f lhK ail(j it is by
negroes from Durham that are
charged with worse crime. Ourj
citizen do uuf have a clear idea,
exc-;Lg our Populist
frler.us. wno have most promi
rH'tU1 ;i'i'oc:ited it.
I1 r-'.Miics a vital question
v-, )', Democrats inaugurate
'. Ai ii'r-r platf. : ,ns a- tii"
IX ir:.'-cra.ts did.
i'i;., Cfu.rlotte Observer man.
who understands it well enou;;.:.
! ( h a ' j i..;te"ii(dT many a gootl
liimior or. it says :
c.o h.Riativ and referendum
: , ,, : ; i.;s eonc V-u. It m-a ;s
.-'.ople sn.i.I initiate h'u-
lio means certain that a move-
' I meat will not yet be set on foot
capitol seems a verit:ible city of ; L-K;t will sw(ep the country to
refuge. ! disfranchise thMiogroes, leaving
! to each Statv the r'mht to confer
One of the lar-vst. ccn-poiv j the sujTr.,,e U-K)1, individual no
tions m this country iu-.s just . ;
been licensed in Chicago. 1, isis a. tey saovr eaPaut to
the "Towartzstwo Mio-l-icnc av j 'iXorr-se i: . intelhi.'vnily and uis-
Sv Kazimierza Krolevviczn'przy i cretitiy.
Tt is not necessary to repeal
the Fourteenth amendment, for
that amendment is not concerned
v. ii h suffrage. It is the Fifteenth
only that deals with the suffrage.
That amendment provides that
the right 'to vote shall not be
abridged on account of race,
I color or previous conditions of
Ail - hat is necessary
Dry Goods Department.
Bone Drss Stays Sift-;
Hooks and Fs 10c box. J
Thread 3c per spool, S:!,tv p.
2c per dozen, Brass Fins U (r
paper ;md 2oe per pound, Iror,
Pins Ic, Kabhcr iied )"
l. iNieozenunac' v v e uo no!
exactly what this is, but it must
be an immense concern. Morn-
Perhaps ii is a nianu:u;Uu"y to j
supply parents of about a dozen
children who perfect in giving
each fiOiii three to lice names.
We have observed tha4 . . '' ,
it is claimed that ho dispi.-.'hes
Uih .Manila are c '.:i a: 1
that our successes have b u
greatly exaggerated we hear, as
leaked otit. truths, tli c Agicualdo
and his troops are in tine light
ing condition. What, bewilders
us is tha' along with the -e reaV
ii .; that run the ensor gauie:el
-that is, by town me-t- .we do not get the details of bat
tles in which "A'-g'e" mopved
.-art'n with t'L- Am--ri'-atc-
Petition or otherwise, tl
ist legislation to the
:cng bat that ti;;.-
ie;.n-- .a... .AyxA ixOt take the
form t ii law until ii shall have
h : " 1 tie1 people at
hi:: i ' : i ve and l eferenduni. It is
o;t . I,;. ; add that Prof. A B
Ma.!. v;;'iting in Tiie Natn-a of k
a . 1 1
an v Slai
The Scientific American says
that at a recent Ikwer
England sunn! sweei j
wt!-e exhibited. vl. -
vr. fi n seed taue:
Scineuiber 1104, aai
)y the system
ihis jid then each
.if . e . ' : s such conditions
uyon li'-j righl to vote as that
State may think important.
The first clause of the Four
teenth amendment is one of the
wisest. most benelici a 1 a nd
greatest pieces of legislation that
v Vei came bum the hands of
man. It defines citizenship of
the United States, forbids any
State to abridge the privileges or
immunities of such citizens, and
forbids any State to deprive any
. i- i : r l : l ...... .
i person oi me. nueiav m pi.op-
iio injj.ty without due process of law,
:l v':- ; or deny to any person the equal
w:j e : i jrotection oi the laws. We will
fa the never consent to giving this
at amendment u). 'I i it.-re are
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; thb." w line fortiei ;s of
'. ,e b')d:.:; must si'..i I est
i 1 : . 1
now, on live character of
g'-b.Ua s.' And again:
. ; i , ' 'Switzerland seemsj
r; ,; foar tibngs: That tite
S-; f!'!,;:,!,it not. deeply in
' e i-i the -efei'vn i hi m ; that
the :'e:erenbam is as likely to
;; " i . ; a a h measures; that
the Initiative- is more likely to
w; b-'d m v- ui'os than goed;
4 1 f e ren (I a m 1 ead s s i ra ig i 1 1
initiative. The referen
" e United State ; w-
probuidy be ..a iu n-:-pa.
,; a grep.t ro!!!,;'!'! ai ais ,"
ve- s ago. s.m. other provisions of the
i. , . ; 1 "oiirteenlh amendment which
- ; i we think couid widely be modi-
iie.d or abanuv)iiod, but this first
' naL i
a .. ..
:.,Uv.Si fro iii the hands ci'
mies of thousands of .
rocess practiced" bv the ane;eiits
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10c.
Printed Marsailles at lc. Shields 10c, Mourning Pi-js 1 ; .j
Duck, Plain White, solid col- 5C per box, Alamniun; Ii;jr f
ored and Printed. . 5c dozen, Suie Corobs a and lu.
Calica 3c up. Pompadour 10c, coarse mu-J
e Percale at 20 and Jo , tooth Dressing Combs 1 m
cents per pound.
Light colored Outing .5 & 74c
Bargains in Towels.
Two job lots of Samples otGent's
tine sox, lot No.l, plain and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 25c.
Fancy colored and black Lisle
at 18c worth 25 to 50c.
' The best; line of Men's and La
dies' Hosiery on the market for
Crochet Cotton, 4o per spool,
Silk (short measure; at 5c. Turk
ey Ked Cotton, 20c per dozen
spools. Embroidery Silks, iilo,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
Jobs in Bax Papr at less than
co t to produce. 25c boxes for
15c and 10c ones for 5c ,iC6
Paper at 10c per pound. IVcii
Erasers lc, Typewriter do 5c. Car
bon Paper for typewriter use 3
sheets tor 5c, Typewriter paper
at 3 ounces for 5c. Fancy Crepe
Paper for Lamp Shades (ic up
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10 . hi
and Mucilage 3c, Shoe Lurking
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Black Dressing
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth Picks 4c
Boston Garters ISc, Drawers
Supporters 3c per pr.ir, if iik
Bosom Shirts 48c.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery andTinwaro up stairs,
r miiiMi iiiimn-TvnTiiMWiri'iriW t mrrirrtri- irTvr nn yivr - itt r - -1
o bo confounded.
j clause is to remain forever.
! Tin two amendments are not
The one is
i If yon are act a Hibscribr to i
t The Standard -f
viei(.'.;s. tin; other is in oart. of
kept vegetable J:..- in cca:, . deto j t ux highest benefit.---Richmond
VY! inee a
Till Loj.i. h:u.
The man whose 1.,.;.. :
l)est in the land, "whose town is
file . hi the '""r' yy. v:a se
v-it;i' e is the best :n . " I haoa,
iiosf1 nation is i-..e s ,ij .-st in
! Tho soothing and healing prop-
".v ..d" -he )romine..
. J ;. iie world is a good c ; . a- j
...e d -er Populist is-rJ,t-llJCl lu; a "' 111
. . xl .. a mechanic, a Mda;.:! Ie.--.;r or
cli tlav s.urringly ac- , ,
" . I. iadav laborer. He wd! do his
' I trading at home, even if he
i i-rmd of ch;ll "uns dc-wn . . n 14,
nave iu im v a hu e
tnrougn tear mat a tel.- Lr;n t..Vl, S:e .... .......
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures
iaiv- i h) it a great favorite with
the ; . eio everywhere. For sale
i b . ivl. L. Mai ishit Co., Druggists, i
uow la the time to tubseribe. .
iXIfyoa have anythiug to a-lbv
4 you can make it known throu
ay rind himself loose in
a tic cog on the initiative
t end urn.
WOmY: K EL 113) BARROW.
rf: ia ad itnrovement" in a
Vx -barrow that we have no-
.1 is in the addition of another
nd ver-y mucn larger wheel in
(1 ar. There is a contrivance
by avJLul t0 criUV u or away tne
v ' 'Then traveling and let-
vU(' e-s V ick when stopping.
llJig them bu r is all exerted to
r.iiiS the powb.. stead of large
rolling the load im
ly ccja-yirjg it.
" t gets
A je ly married edite - the
off the following: "What'a, b,
difference between a honeycom.
a honeymoon and a pretty girl ?
-A" honeycomb is a small cell, a
honeymoon is a big sell and a
pretty girl is a damsel."
if it is a size or two smaller tdmn
the big city papers
ways say a good word v;-r Ins
home town and stanft by every j rtv r-bliuble.
enterprise it may champion; ho j -rrr
will be loval to ever v educational
cause adopted in it and work
for the success of the same in
preference to that outside. Then
as a reward for all this he will
have prosperity and the highest
regard of his neighbors. Dur
You assume no rhk whou you;
buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Jifid Diurrho Iv tndv. M. L.
" s!Mardi & Co. will refund vow-
v it you .are not satisfied
.ftcr using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be the most success
ful remedy in use for bonel com
plaints and tin? only one that
never tnils. U is pleasant, sufe
t j tram
An old lady living in this
county has been placed in the
asylum here. She imagined that
.0 Ii 113 IS!
Is the laundry hard on your goods ?
Some are. Examine your goods as
carefully wlm you send them to ua as
when ytu receive them back again and
you wili rind that we sew up many a
rip, mend many a button hole, put new
neck bands on shirts not too badly
worn (when requested), and in many
ways try to prolong the use of your
linen. One trial is not a test. Often
damage has been done in previous
laundering and we get the blame. Give
ns your steady patronage and, we will
Vja was oroino- to marrv a voun.o
nrnfpssor of this rit v ami" Mr-df-' guarantee your linen to last longer than
proiessor oi tnis coy, a..u anode . when done at mauy other laumlrieg
extensive preparations and
waited for him all one day. She j j
refuses to believe that he could
have deceived tier. Un her nerson
"s found $310 in gold -when she i
Wu' Ted at. the asylum. -Times
is published every day Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or Soe- per
prints home and other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people.
Give us a trial when you make
your next order for
Work ready when promised
'Phone No. 2
T If VOU Want to hnv nni?thiTif '$ A ,1tt;;, rat'i iii
.juu uau can ior is tnrougn 4 4. TVi Qtnnflaru
4 . i.-.if ion. f
t . The Standard.
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