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THE WEEKLY STANDARD is a
our-p;ie, eiht-column paper. It has
a larger circulation in Cabarrus than any
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Concord, N. C, Sept. 18.
LA V AND i))U AT PAK1EN.
We suppose the end has come
of thi! race troubles at Darien,
Ga. The atlair, it seems to us,
should ixu a good way to redeem
ing the Georgians from the Sam
Hose stigma. In this ease Henry
Doleiral was charged with foul
crime on a white lady. When
officers went to arrest him his
son, John Delegal, killed one of
the oi'rLcers. The negroes hud
dled together and refused to let
the olricers arrest the culprits.
Forty of the rioters were ar
rested. Twenty eight only were
convic ted and sentenced to vari
ous terms in the penitentiary.
Henry Delegal was acquitted
of assault on the woman and
.John Delegal, who killed the
officer, was found guilty of mur
der but was recommended to the
the mercy of the court. He was
sentenced to lite imprisonment.
The -ame sentence was given
KJvvard Delegal as an accomp
lice. These negroes were at the
mercy of the white people, who
could have made it a bloody time,
but it is evident that there was
uo disposition to do them injus
tice. The course pursued by the ne
groes was provoking enough but
the straight forward course fol
lowed shows them that they must
be law-abiding and that being so
they shall enjoy all the protec
tion of the law.
BRYAN RINGS CLEAR ON TRUSTS.
In the conference on the Uses
and Abuses of Trusts held last
v e k In Chicago Hon. Wm. J.
"Bryan a. id Burke Cochrane were
the central figures. Mr. -Bryan
seemed the lion of the occasion
by a -jny.r1 lead. He has verv
strong conviction on the trust
issue ana stoutly maintains that
they can be reached. He har
iii:.;ie.s with' the Cleveland idea
tha. they should and could be
.app'ud with best by the indi
vidual si ates. A charter granted
by a suite should not extend
privileges beyond that state ex
cept by a license from the na
tional government which should
lay the burden on the applicant
to. prove that it has none of the
leatures of a monopoly or trust.
He declared that a monopoly
in private hands is indefensible
from any standpoint and is in
tolerable, nor are there excep
J ion .-s to the rule.
Mr. Bryan made a masterly ef
fort and fully sustained himself.
Mr. Cochrane himself admitted
that he agreed with very much
thai the Nebras1:-;:: said. It all
points to Bryan for our Demo
era lIc national leader in P)00.
CCKE A COLDL ONE DAY
Tike 1 native Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druisw iei"und money if . fails to
By special requests we publish
the following unique poetical ex
pression of admiration for a
voice heard in our midst for ten
(To Herman A. Wolfsohn.)
He is the angel Israfel
And his heartstrings a lute,
I heard it: my heart and my soul
and my will
In a moment of exquisite joy
stood still !
I seemed to float on a vast sea
And the vastness was tilled by
that voice alone.
The throbbing and thrilling went
The whole of my being; my soul
With the soul of that voice, so
sweet and so grand
Till I almost touched on Imman-
Methinks of all things to mortals
A voice of such Dower is lik
MR ALLISON'S 1L N.
We hope our cotton raisers
and dealers will give careful
study to the article copied Iron?
the Raleigh Post from the pen
of our townsman, Mr. J P Al
lison. Whether or not the plan
is feasible it is not ours to say
and it can better be determined
after an effort is made. We do
not understand what the plan in
detail would have that would free
it from the idea of a trust for eon
troling prices but that would be
one of the tasks for the organi
zation and further developments
of the plan. It is evident that
the price of cotton is depressing
to most raisers. Our hope for
relief has been in the manufac
ture of our cot ton crop largely in
the South. This, however, is
very problematical. It is easy
to see that relief is needed but
not so easy to see how it is to be
If a genius of manipulation can
make it to the interest of those
planters or sellers who enter in
to the plan without extending
equal beneiits to those who stand
aloof, a mountain of difficulties
will have been removed. It will
be well enough to give the plan
due consideration and Mr. Alli
son's more definite ideas as to
detail will be anxiously locked
Did the 3IoIar Cause liraiy .-:;.
A curious case is reported by
a German dentist, Dr. Muhl
Kuhner. One of his patents was
a woman of -4, whose right arm
and right side of the neck had
been paralyzed for two years and
a half as a resultjit was supposed,
of a fall and broken arm. and he
filled several of her teeth and
extracted the much-decayed third
molar or wisdom tooth of the
right side. The patient ret u mod
next day to state that her paral
ysis had disappeared. Anderson
ROhBED THE GKAVE.
A startling incident of whieh
John Oliver of Philadelphia, whs the
Hiihjeet, is narrated Vy him as follows:
I was in a most dreadful condition. My
fckiu was ulruost yellow, eye sunken,
tongue coated, uin continually in liick ;
and sides, no uppetito uradiudly row-:
iiiX weaker day by day. Three plij'si- j
cians had jnveu me up. Fortunately, a
sriend ud vised trying Electric itters:'i
anatomy rt'at yy unci surprise, lue i
lirst hotiH rnade ii decided improve-j
ment. I continued their use for three
weeks, and am uow a well mau. I know i
they saved my life, and robbed the -ra ve
ot another victim.' Iso one should hul
to try them. Only r,03ts., unuteed, at !
A Teacher's Value to the Public.
"What the teacher is counts
for much more than what she
knows. A love of children, un
limited tact and infinite patience
are the necessary endowments."
"Of course, the ability to teach
implies the possession of an edu
cation, though no amount of ed
ucation alone can make a good
teacher. While all teachers must
know more than they teach, the
power to impart to others is the
important matter and the one in
which tact or ingenuity is abso
lutely the prime requisite. More
over, she should be. personally a
social, intellectual and moral
force in the community. The
physician and the clergyman
have immense opportunities for
this uplifting of humanity, yet
their advantages are small when
compared with those of the teach
er, which are practically unlim
itod. Encouragement and satis
faction in this field of labor never
can be dependent upon results,
for it is seldom that tho teacher
is permitted to know what the
years of maturity owe to faithful
care of the youthful days. The
teacher's time is always one of
seed sowing, never of harvest."
Carolina B Row.
Shoi-h! Be Held In Check.
Very few persons have any
idea of the immensity of the
Southern lumber trade. A tab
ulated statement of the sales of
Southern mills, principally yel
low pine, during the past fiscal
voar amounts to the almost in
conceivable quantity of 1,331,
000,000 feet, valued at more than
twenty-five million dollars.
Prices are advancing as the de
mand increases, and lumber
easy of access becomes scarce.
The extravagant .destruction of
our valuable timber land should
be prevented by law. Windors
Bids Wanted For Lumber.
Cabarrus wants about 11,000
feet of oak and pine lumber for
bridge over Rocky Riuer.
' J P Allison, chairman Of Coun
ty Commissioners, will receive
bids for it.
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
I am the mother of eight child
ren and have had a great deal ol
experience with medicines. La6t
summer my little daughter had
tho dysentery m its worst form.
We thought she would die. I
tried everything I could think of.
I saw by an advertisement in our
paper that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
'v.-.s hh-hlr recommended and
fi'-mtand got t buttle at once. L
proved to be one of the very best
medicines we ever hud in the
house. It saved my little daught
er's lift1. I am anxious for eveiy
mot tier to know what an excellent
medicine it is. Had I known it at
first "it won hi have- saved mo a
grat d'.al of anxietv and my
)'.rte daughter much suffering. -Yours
truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Bur
dick, Liberty, U. I. For Sale by
M. L. March tfc Co., Druggist.
All persons are hereby notified
not to haul sand off the lands of
11. W. Allison, dee'd. Thoso hav
ing hauled hertjtofore, vithout
permission, "will be prosecuted
tor tresivass, if they do not report
and settle for what they have
taken. This notice covers old
Mill street, now Cedar street, as
that is private property.
Jxo. P. Allison.
Notice to TaxPayers.
i., ,.wi l.,,,,i . -r
l)LH 11 i'hlecd 111 in hand for
collection alio all tax-payers are
requested to come forward and
imv their taxes at once,
1 ,J - r ttit,t
City Tax Collector.
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10c.
Printed Marsailles 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 5J & 7e,
Bargains in Towels.
Two job lots of Samples ofGent's
fine 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 epool,
Silk (short measure; at 5c. Turk
ey , Red 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
t The Standard f
now Is the time to subscribe. ..
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is published every clay (Sunday ex
cepted) arid delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 85c- per
prints home and other news th'it is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
Giye us a trial when you make
your next order for
If you waut to buy any thine j
jyoa can call for it through
I The Standard.
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Bony Or f.s Xt,e
Hooks and IV bKt h ,
Thread oc per .n-.!.
2c per dozen, Brass :
paper miu 25 j pur .
Pins Ie, Rah: vr ;:
Shields 10, Moiinr.a
5e per box, Ah:rimiuu
5c dozer!, S de Co!-.ih-Pompadour
Jobs in Box Paper at kss thaa
co-t to produce. 2a c boves
15c and 10c ones for 5j. C6
Paper at 10c per poimu. r.J
Erasers lc, Typewriter d oc. Car- I
bon Paper for typewriter u '
sheets tor oc, Typewriter paper
at 3 ounces for 5c. Fancy Crept
Paper for Lamp Shades Oc ud
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10c. h.
and Mucilage 3c, Shoe hiacki
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Black P.-.jp !
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth Picks h I
jjosion u-ariers loe, jjrawe
Supporters 3c per pair.
Bosom Shirts 48c.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery andTinwaio up
T If you have any thins to st-u
. you can make it known throng
The Standard. I
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