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Dreyl'lls trial luis
i a nd as we write
i; y) nn riling- it is
' :-, ,h;idoW O! hope' .that
i o! 1 iial couri" will ac
v . i ! 1 e general sense of
. . ;. i in-;ic. nil t a lot Droyfus.
';. .;;u-e addj'essed the court
. vil' iiis client and his pre
n ;s remaikahle for its
; U v. iv , i t s dee) pathos, its
-. .:: .ease of a i-hleoii caue
.: i ;i ' especially its inotTen-s,Yf-ness
toward a court for whom
,. h'.'vyers could conceal 1 1 1 o i r
.-. s of jusiice. So consuin
'::.iv kilful aion.u' this line is
nieadintC'tha' M. Lahori, who
: :id :e expect-vd to blister the
: v.ces of the court from
to last has declined to ad
dress the court lest he irritate
..belli : ceMUiorm-t the etTocts
of his colleague.
fe-n(, - (NverniLUMit seems. to have
pn iited "well against insurrec
tion are notions outbreaks.
M Labori expects an unfavor
able verdict but will continue the
struiile with the effort of des
)iut to wrench victory yet from
the arbitraory power.
Semi-oiticial dispatches from
Germany, we notice, exonerate
Oapt. Dreyfus in declaration that
the German embassy never had
any relations directly or indi
rectly with him.
How will those who think the
South incapable of doing justice
to the negro reconcile this per
suasion with the fact that at the
t rial of Henry Delegal for assault
on a white woman the jury made
a mistrial on seven for convic
tion and five for acquittal and he
will have the benefit of a new
trial ? Even the convicted riot
rs have appealed for a new trial
-uid he plea is entertained. Un
bst a, discriminating observa
r.on --. ill show to any reasoning
mind that the South today will
make more allowance for the ne
;:oL"s shortcomings, will go
further to do him justice and will
exercise more philanthropic
beneliceiice to him than will
No w they're talking of putting
up a 200,000 cottton mill on the
Southwest side of Concord at a
place they call Charlotte.
lor Over Ftty Ynr
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teetuing, with perfect success. It
soothed the child, softens the gums,
sdlays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
xelieye the poor little sufferer immedi
ately. Sold by druggists iu every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot
tle. Be sure and ask for "Airs. Win
sIjws Soothing Syrup," and take no
Sonic one has risen on a ques
tion of priviloi1 and ashed why
younu' men should not bo admit -tod
to tlu Statu Norma! at
Greensboro since youur women
are a u i n 1 1 n ( i m iu;1 i .u -i ..i, , ( '
the A. and M.Clle.iro;ndolhers.lo!al depravity of miii' l,;er
The fttatesville I jMidmai'k j m n.
spicily say :
"The Ijamhua rU's sy in pat hy is
Avitli the jiris hat if the poor,
down-trodden sisters are to hi
1 1 d 1 1 1 i ! led 1 . the 111. - .' ;- : oW
all tours with their brc;. rs uv
are unable at tlie prcsen; to see
why the brothers sh i''d !iot he
1 he H'eiiKiie hr-a ;t at io;i
1 1' does seem di flica ! I
ii'ood excuse for d:sc; m
against tin, panlaloi m
What is sauce for the ?.
sauce for the irander.
The Kev. T T IlodLj- !:
making pulpit liilaritx
sm'icuous a t ( I !'eensbr;"( a.
forth an out cry aa.
seemly method. There
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O rot! -
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questionably little room for any-
thin0; iU'.l'cri us in the pulpit.
They run a terrible risk at dese
cration who attempt to make the!
jiospol interesting and attractive!
bv methods idee Die i m! .! ic.u
stump speaker. Mr. llodgin's
extreme may have the good ef
fect to call attention to the error
and check it in its less conspicu
ous and therefore more insidious
form as practiced bv too mm v.
That ltoUit'kiii Editor.
Brother Liucke. of the Nashe
ville Graphic, who is j ist ap
proaching batchelorhood and
whom we recently saw amid
those environments where the
wild waves even carry sweet
messages to sentimental youth
gets off the following:
"Today is the Editor's birth
day. Just how old we are we
refrain from telling, for fear of
some of our lady friends calling
us to account for a mistatement.
"Remember friends, it is sum
mer. Let your donations of the
old cast-off collars, cuffs, socks,
shoes and bloomers be in keep
ing with the season.
"Should anyone behold ' us
walking unsteady let them bear
in mind that we are "rejoicing
over the one sinner that re
penteth" and has paid up his
The Biggest Business of All.
Many people will be surprised
to learn that the postal estab
lishment of the United States is
the greatest business concern in
the world. Charles Emory Smith,
the postmaster-general, writing
in the Cosmopolitan, tells us that
agencies, reaches more homes,
involves more details and touches
more interests than any other
human organization, public or
private, governmental or corpo
rate. The post-office department
directs 73,570postotfices, musters
an army of 200,000 employees,
spends this year 105,000,000 and
counts receipts to nearly the
same amount. It handled last
year 6,204,447,000 pieces of mail
matter, of which 2,825,707,000
were letters, so that every min
ute confides 12,000 new messages
to its hands. It manufactured
and delivered postage stamps to
the number of 3,912,821,008, and
the value of 71,788,333. It car
ried 2,009,742,000 newspapers.
handles more pieces, employs riday, October 13.
J M TiVrtr;irrS TWll chili
men. spenas more money, I , ; , V . ---i'
.), Saturday, uctooer 14.
mgs more revenues, uses more Roed Misenheimer's, Town
j on tlx- hp.
The lawyer helps those who
are :i.ble to help 1 tin.
Children who cry for moon
want the earth later on.
A m in i i I always coin
.shivers in the hour of danger.
horl dived lint it's;
:i me t so
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Two ; iiirds ! 1 1
.l ea i i !! L:' ' :lolie
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.. i i ; im'v i)a- ! eo i' i a i !
' j I! - "h made man
i 1 j ; ' r!!l : : e ! I I MV'i'i i i ' s own
: m it 1.
The man who thinks he know.s
in . .
i . ,esi; 1 i; !1( A V Mil i U M(4 I
orplr t hink of h;m.
1 v, I he t ; nie a man siifroi -ds iu
. eaciMi. j, i.ir top of the ladder he,
is too old to enjoy the scenery.
woman's idea, of a minute
rest is to iean over the back
fene "o-0ssii with a neigh-
to:im: woman for an hour,
r!'() ;( -oinan marriage is some
tli mi- i ct w eea a sent iment and a
situation; to a man it is some
thing between a sensation and a
sacrifice. Daily Reffootor.
NO CUHE. NO PAY.
That is the way all druggists sell
Grove' Ttisteless Chill Tonic for chills
!iiul .Mhhiria. it is simply Iron and
Quinine ai u tasteless form. Children
sove it. Adults refer it to bitter, nau
leitiu& Tomes Price. 50o.
A Half Minute Romance.
The little boy sat on the park
bench and swung his ieet.
"I'll tell you my name if you'll
tell me yours," he said.
"Well, what is it?" said the
"Lemmy Kishew. at's
And she dug her fairy little
toes in the sand and wTaited.
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptic,
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, ejives a
regular bodily habit that insures perfect
health and great energy. Only 25c. at
Petzer's Drug Store.
I wTill visit the places below
for the purpose of collecting taxes
on the days stated 0 during-the
month of October, 1899:
Rocky River, Township No. 1,
October 9. ,
Poplar Tent, Township No. 2,
Deweese, Township' No. 3.
Wednesday, October 11.
Cook's, Township No. 4,
Thursday, October 12.
Mt. Gilead, Township No. 5,
ship No. 7, Monday, October 23.
Mt. Pleasant, Township No. 8,
Tuesday, October 2h
C P Smith's, Township No. 9,
Wednesday, October 25.
Bethel, ""'Township No. 10,
Thursday, October 20.
Old Field, Township No. 11,
Friday. October 27. '
Concord, Township No. 12,
Saturday, October 28.
Those failing to meet me at
the above named places and set
tle their taxes, will be visited by
myself or deputy at once for the
express purpose of collecting the
taxes due. The taxes must be
wound up by the 31st day of
next December, as I am com
pelled to settle with the State
and County by that time.
J. L. PECK,
Sheriff Cabarrus Co., N. C.
i Concord, N. C, Sept, 8, 1899.
E 10 H
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10j.
Printed Marbiiillos at 12c.
Duck, riaiu White, solid coi
oied and i'rinted.
(vJihiio 'io up.
Yanl wide I'ttrcaU) at 20 and 2o
cents per pound.
L-'jiht colored Outing oj & 7Ac.
Bargains in Towels.
Two job lots of Samples ofGont's
lino sox, lot No.l, pi un and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 2;c.
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 lied Cotton, 20c per dozen
spools. Embroidery Silks, filo,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
If you are not a subscriber to J
now la the time to subscribe. X
is published every day (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 35 c- per
prints home and other news that is
of interest to our leaders and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
Giye us a trial when you
your next order for
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X The Standard. ?
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Thread -u: po, ..
2o per doZe;: , '
VfU I ar a n u 1-
Pins 1c, !(:..
Shields 10c, v .
5c per box, A h;
5 j dozet', S lit-
Pom padeur 1 ,
tooth Dre. --ml- i
T r x '
Jobs in Li x i
co t to prodii,,- i;
15c and l o on s :
Paper at Vh: p
i i ,f
Erasers 1c, Typ -v.ru v
bon Pacr for tyjv.-v:r(.r r?
sheets tor 5c, 'i x,r: 'Jj
at 3 ounces for 5o. F;;iiev crc?J
Pa)nr for Lamp. S.. ;.-.' . r "j
Toilet Paper 2 rolU for 10,!
and Mucilage 3., SI y j
le up, Tan do. 5c, M:. : i c.sf
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth rVks'id
per 1.000. 1
re ,.' r;
Boston Gartors lSc, Drard
Supporters 3c per u
Bosoui Shirts 48c.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery andTinwaro up sta:r-J
D. J. Bostian,
J If you have anything U
4. you can make it known thronf
Work ready when promised
J Advertising rates j
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4. made known on api