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JOHN D. BARRIER and SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
RAILROAD FOR SOUTIIPORT.
The Southport Standard lias
been pulling hard for a railroad
to that place. A charter has
office- is the nonius builoixg been granted for a railroad from
rivnAiin is nnhHsheri everv there to Wilmington. The road
J. J J- J. JL 1 A. M. '
day ;,..uncL,.- excepted) and delivered by
" vMi. Riites of Subscription:
Out -ar 4.00
Six - '6 2 00
Thi. 'bs 1-00
Bin elf co)v. 0
THE WEEKLY STANDARD is a
our-page, cLt-column paper. It has
ft larger circulation in Cabarrus than any
otherpaper. Price 1,00 per annum in
advance. Advertising Rates :
Tc-.tlus for regular advertisements
made known on application.
Address all communications to
Coacurd. N. C.
there to Wilmington.
j will probably be built at an early
day, and is likely to be a boomer
for Southport. We rejoice with
x. c. spt. r
i jVMNTiETII ( KM I 'KY STATE ISSUE
The Kinston Free Press is out
in a ob-pago industrial issue that
is very neatly and tastily gotten
up. It contains numerous cuts
ol" leading men and business
J -r .1! jg-
Ely's Cream Balm
Easy and Pleasant to
use. Contains no in
jurious I)rui(. Is quick
ly alisorvttl. Gives re
lief at once. It opens
'X,;,." COLD 'N HEAD
Heals stmi protects the membrane, restores the
senses of taste.aud smell. Lare size 50c at Drujj
iist or bv mail: Trial size ioc by mail.
ELY 13 RO niERS, 56 Warren Street. New York.
Tim toothing aud healing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
th people everywhere. For salo
places, stands and beauty spots. j by :L L ?,.usb & Co., Druggists.
Its purpose is not to boomtne!
town, but to tell the world what
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
I am the mother of eight child-
a nice citv Kinston is, and t re
cord much of her early history
and traditions. Its narai ion of 1 ren and have had a great deal of
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Phe Raleigh News and Ob-1 t mnbh-s is more vivid :md experience witti mod ernes, jjdb
, . , , 1 summer mv nine
norrinie man mosi nisiories t;
pict. The Free Press has doubt
1. . . .1 ,,,,...4 ..-. .1,
M'rwr's collossai issue, the
Twentieth Century State Edi
iiji." li.i.s arrived and has been
before us for several days. Its
ai;:v.r.ue lor'mis all enon 1Lwnrriw thnirhrmd
dev(uii- its contents, but as we Wo n:os: heai'.ky congratulate
tip;e to read sections ! Brother Herbert on this splendid
, the index sLm-re--.ts as too achievement.
e. jllg to o We ni'e
t.ed with its version )f af
!':iii. over the State, and ar;
:i)Ay.xr at '1s mairnitud". Wh!,e-
i it'i Suiif
;m . iiied !
. ag U
j the dysentery in its worst form.
AVe thousht sh v.-oulrt di. I
tucd evervthing I could think of.
service for the citizens ol Kin- i by an advertisement in our
. , . paper that Chamberlain s Colic,
stonandthe county ol Lenoir. ,holera ;1IU1 Diarrhoea Remedy
was highly recommended and
sent and got a bottle at ouce. It
pi o vol to he one ol the very best
m-'dicHs wo ever had m the
h.'Miv ii saved my little daughi
l . " 1:' I ;.ai anxious for every
inothei to .vi.. w what an excellent
ii.ie.lu I it Had L known it at
fnv-t it would have saved me a
gre.it dea! ot anxietv aud my
littie daughter much tufl-iring.-Yours
truly, -dr. Ceo. F. Ihir
dick, Liberty, K. 1. For Sale by
! M .itdi .V Co., Druggist.
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re tie : en- , ,-.,,:. . ;t: i.
iid gathered j j. & Ivly'ri liquid (..- ,ui I:.
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pr-p rpd of ti e f..o:i.l
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the fi'-i ri-tin:.-. ch
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oy otBUT.o no risk when you
n. I b?;. (Miambjilain's Colic, Cholera
vy ; and Dhmhoe.i Rumedy. M. L.
TdMurdi Co. will refund your
-i mo:' "v if vcu are not sati.-died
Dry Goods Depart
ment. Liuen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10 j.
Printed Marsaiiles at 12c.
Duck, Plain White, solid col
ored and Printed.
Calico 3c up. .
Yard wide Percale at 20 and 25
cents per pound.
Light colored Outing 5 k T.Jc.
Bargains in Towels.
Two job lots of Samples of Gent's
fine box, lot No.l, plain and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 25c.
Fancy colored and black Lisle
at ISc worth 25 to 50c.
The Dost lino of Men's and La
dies' Hosiery on the market for
Crochet Cotton, 13 per spool,
Silk (short measure) at 5c. Turk
ey Red Cotton, 20 j per dozn
spools. Eaibioidery Silks, ii to,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents, Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
skeiu. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
1 ? 1 ills
Rone Dr-fs Stay.
Hooks and Ps 10c box
Thread 3c per spool.
2c per dozen, Brass 1
paper and 2j per poui,
Pins Ic, Rubber h1(d ';rts.
Shields Kb, Mourning pi,.- ,
5c per box, Aluminum X'A J
5 c dozen, Side Co rubs d .. j;d
rompaaour Wj, coas u,i
tooth Dressing: Combs 1 t
Jobs in Box Paper at than
co d to produce. 2 5 1.1 boxes for
15c and 10c ones for .hn dCb
Paper at 10c per pound. IV;
Erasers 1c, Typewriter dic, Car
bon Paper for typewriter use :;
sheets lor 5c, Typewriter panor
at 3 ounces for 5c. 3'aiicy Crepe
Paper for Lamp Shadn.s tc v.r
loilet Paper z rolM ior Hi;'.
and Mu -i'age 3c, Shoo V' .x'Jj
1c up, TV.h do. 5c, Bla :k: ;. ,,.,,..'
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth id.d,, ;
Gent's Furnish in
Boston Gaitars ISj
Supporters 3o ptsr
Bosom Shirts 46c.
Glass "Ware 5c up.
Crockerv and Tin r-
1 i .cr
ir '.jsinrr it.
e v or v where
to do the ijiost success-
''e o give
of men and
IV; r ih t 1 use for bowel com
pbo : ;.s and Hie only one tliat
' v.. v r tails, it is pleasant, afo
A desperate lif und o-- e : av. j reliable.
.htilcr heo KilK l!i Avd
.. e : ; ;
Many hours ' strugirle was l'orcd upon .!;:lo
. a v.ty in scanning! Lee by a negro )ris .d '
vciT (dass of rea
.-! Moore on last Sunday. ridi"
s , gri.) (d h:ia for ;i iniiieii b
3 m ii nil
Willi it spread on t he
'is of wdorh to L;'t
widle they lie on the stomach.
J'!; , the elbow, and eye its
hand reds of pictures.
We suppose that whatever of
ambition existed to surpass all the
achievements of others, in the
ponderous industrial issues has
been so far outstripped by the
d - w a. id Observer as to be
ijos immense paper contain
-1S pages, and if the whole issue
w re iaai out in one line of type
d would be nine miles lonir.
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jailer whe.L he pounced. Upon
him. It was an awful struggle
but the jailor finally freed his
inn 'Uouih to tire ms pi ' a but
hs UK- Uuuiby hard on your joods V
Soui- u'Jc. hxauiiuo your goods jis
(''rofnlly when you seud them to us ns
.vheu you receive them hack again and
you voll liml that we sew up many a
rip, mend many a button hole, put new
neck bunds on shirts not too badly
worn (when requested), and in many
o 1- aa ,m ...1 m, 1 n I ways tr. to prolong the use of your
ohddonund stiuggied ai, he , ll!iLlu 0ue trial is not a test. Often
got another shot which ended ! damage has been done in previous
President Schurman of the
Philippine Commision is to make
a report to the president and
abi.net on the Philiipine situa
tion. It is said that he is im
pressed that Aguinaldo does not
represent' a majority of the peo
ple and that with the prepara
tions making, a short work will
be made of him. This is- to be
devoutly hoped for. There is lit
tle doubt that the Filipinos
needed the interference of the
United States for their deliver
ance, will need the aid and pro
tection of the United States by
which to reap the fruits of their
deliverance and that Aguinaldo
with his following is a menace to
the reaping of such fruits. A
rigorous and forceful onslaught
will doubtless end the war with
fewer losses of life and a more
complete lesson to the would be
the struggle and his life.
CUKE A COLD IK UlsE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund mouey if it fails to
cure. Sac. Tnegenuin L s L. b. Q
5n each tablet.
Awful Snpiel. j
At Pine Bluff, ' Tonn.. hist !
Wednesday night a mob attacked !
some Mormon elders with stones,
eggs, etc., and on their leaving,
shots were tired after Ihem,
when a young lady with them in
the hope of restraining violence,
received a shot and was killed
almost instantly. Her brothers
were greatly enraged, and trailed
the perpetrators with blood
hounds. As the young man, who
was by the way a Sunday
school superintendent, was being
trailed, ho confessed that he
tired the shot and was unwilling
to live under the load of remorse
of killing the lady. As his pur
suers approached him he cut his
throat and shot himself dead in
the presence of them and his
laundering and we get the blame. Give
us your steady patronage and we will
guarantee your linea to last longer than
when done at many other laundries.
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M THE mHDll
HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, O , after suffering; 18
months from Rectal Fistula, he would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed; but he cured himself with rive
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best
Salve in the World. 2- cents a box.
Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store.
is published every day (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
ior only 10c per week or 35c. 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 promisedt
wrr. 1. 1 1 ...
, j' wam, 10 Duy anything
you can call for it through
t The Standard.
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made known on application'