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Th v,:ik,y STANDARD is a
g;u-p eight-column paper. It lias
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: ..-.:ul.:r u! ycrtisements
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: -:: aVMAU MATHEWS.
rvU.ll lrj liMial thing sir;
C .... h,oivjd it nearly through;
ri ilv::.: s lAxxieea lmudred letters,
t A vl a thousand papers, too.
8r,;.M I re id the list aloud, sir ?
. condensed the usual way ;
T- -ii :vwi:.i in Oregon, sir,
r, . ,1- V.undred little boys:
X1" l '. viiuhts, a kite, a sauce, sir,
A -vckt.ail and three toys;
A ).-en, iui ice cream freezer,
A to':. ic and a re- .e.
A A cay and a ;otaio,
A puiiiikin and a hoe;
Six liundr .'d Mattes. kittens;
. Ail oi:V..ove and a hat,
The newest curling iron,
.A .. " and a bat.
s : r a?ic scarf, sir,
' ,V 'lej!'ii'- l :
iinely-nine canaries, sir,
. ; " eJe'.tric plant.
'I'hree . ,c:i:,:e:.; fur mowing, sir.
A , hotel and mine;
A . -mnip an'.l P'ousetrap,
A biaa of claret vrine;
The newest b.ikir.r powder,
A theat.ro and a gun;
Tun racers and one mobile.
A p;-i fiune and a him;
A a it-works and a eohar, sir,
A boy'.s suit and a song;
Ten -core of dogs and ponies,
A monthly and a gou;;.
f,,;. Are the latest tVings, sir,
Thr.t h:;ve been named for v
Beskioo four seats o; learning,
.d, sir, a swivel
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"1 "k:n 1 .: are ie v; ai.'.ons
For dinners by the score,
A i . . by the dozens,
The instant you're ashore.
e y" nd parade's whole :"..
In tact, each hour a;;d d;iy,
J Li twelvemonth hence
? ! t w crew.
1 ' -,ard U. S. E. S. Olympia;
of Naples: Limit. Brumb,
at iv;;ai.th and the future.
fjre.tivjr vm)roli table that a ;ooa j
o.v.o o. notice is -iven to t o .
iiff aud character of the bii !
r- --iiohus Vandoi-bilt with al
inougnt ol his future. It seems
lu! was a membor of the church,
hi good standing and manifested
b . laun by many t:ood
Wurs. i ho getting oi immense j
Ae".ith is'chieiiy against him in j
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easior tor a camel to go , nrougo
:ne eve ol a needle than for a
oi the world. "It is
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doi: of 1 -aven.
. ro a)ply to those who
un- , .a riidies. those not
cLu'l'-O 01 the boatitude of
N. Sept 19.
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U pSauni to make you gay!" j dueled by Mr. iSocC:!. : esweriwee wit!, mtdinu. W
Cr.- rw--. J,v' 1 therebv make sure of a Do.no-''-f J little aauMor h.,,1
"-"': 1 uienu.i oi ed, j . v . , ... ... , ,!t!- ilvsauurv id iXa worst form.
His lips wore cumin-blu..; jcratut vtcu.ry in the t..: m.-. , We .Hmsht' alltt wouid.dlo. I
. ;--.! to i.is cabin, itho roturn o Cliator Blii"l:f!UI'n i tried evfvtbiu; I oonld think of.
WOaUH LO C10.-U lay uoui -
dise against him but. doubtless j
he would have walked the road j
lending thereto with a nuioivoi ;
aud niore sPrihtly UV wilh 1
iCSS Olli'Ueil Ul wuaiui
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Poor in Si)irit."
nothing in the
setting weighing him down. I August 1-ih M (J tier in lias re
His father, we believe, advised r fus0il U) lx; avrosted and is shut
that his children disperse iporo
of their wealth than he had doi..;-;
and avoid immense aeeu inula - j
tions. It leads us to fresh ad -1
miration of our own Vhuuh rAh. j
who, instead of constant hoard- I
ing and gathering mor'C
spreading mucli on :r.
the earth, making be.uuy ;r;
productiveness where lvi ..i;i:l
there was little to give
comfort to man.
It is a great problem to solve ;
to get vealth; it is , A .
problem to learn how to u.
A meeting of tlie national
Democratic executive committee
was held in Chicago, III., on
last Monday, the 18th. Prelimi
nary 'ork was begun by makings
Mr. G M Johnson, ol Kansas,
the executive head and fixing
upon Chicago as the heruhju-ir-ters.
The following address
was sent out:
"The national committer of the
Democratic parly, in s sku; at
Chicago, to consider the work
of party organization prepara
tory to the campaign o:' lHou,
sends greeting to the Democracy
of the nation with the assurance
that tlie prospect of IX;. 1. - i - t:c
success next vear grows bi-iglder
every day, and wTe have every
reason for confidence as to the
outer mi The great need now is
parly unitv and thorough or rn- j
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i. dio'ii. The- committee appeals,
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loeretoie, to our party inends m 1
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ad tne States, and especially 1
held this year, to put aside all
local differences wherevei they
local urn eieueeb wn'.uovui tnev
exist, and support tne regular i
party tickets earnestly and en
thusiastically keeping always in
view the great struggle of next
year, and remembering that in
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i : v i 1 o a w e 1. i a! esrt .
I do we appeal to tin
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; :o the regular ticket in PrA t.Aaiv..
States." . j piper t b:it Onaniborlain s colic,
rpv, ..nH; -.- j ,4i;Cao- ra !ii Diarrhoea Remedy
A HU . W ill 1-1 i. I LLV iV-.-yi V -1 IV
meet once every Go days.
Now Charlotte islixing ubury
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But we advocate homo-
lf?; , :)ll;lge and domeic c on
FOBBED TUKUHW i.v
,a swirumg luumcm, v.. .vli; ..
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slm was almost yellow, eyes sunken.
tongue coated, paiu outinu,dl. i: Vvtck
aud side, no Ppiwtito ymibjaily row-1
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ing weaKer uuy y y- 1 :'-( r .) -,
bn Oliver of Philadelphia, wuh ibodiJ Liotty, U. 1. Tor Saiu by
object, is narrated by him us follows: j .- Marsh & Co., IVuist.
was in a most dread'ul comlition. My
ciaus had given me up. Fotiuu'itoly, a i VT. Allison, dee'd. Those hav-
sriend advised trying Electric hio'jhig hauled heretofore, without
and to ny zret joy and surprise, the permission, will be prosecuted
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tiuo k.i jm;-iin:.;
nued their us- lor thieH
now a vv t !i in iri. 1 V hot !
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; they sayedmy life, and robbctl ib- jirnve i
oi auotuer victim. Jso one sui.a i.ui ;
i to try them. Only 50cts., guiuuteca, at i
1 Fetzer's Drugstore.
; weciis, uuu aiu
PiiANtT BIvAiilNii (iEXTLY.
c)A- h? --s opened in the French
Capitol tor the trial of twenty-1
tv;o (.jtizcns on the (Charge oi'j
eouSpiraey against the 'present j
f , ,, ,ovo!aimont. Tneutmo.vi
gentleness and suavity is ex-
tended the accused, ivver since
:. .,rioad ul in the head
qa...ners 0j the Anti-Semite
j-i0t.,,.u rrj governmeMt' has
.. lVA ontrauc-e and arrest
ov-lti oii ti y to soothe and heal the
';str;vt.ed condition of the nation.
This seems very much in con
;t!a,sl with the court-martial pro-
',-.' -: M either
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i;..it i!. ri';:!i7,..'s t!ic kui''!r oil
1 further strainim
The Postoftice department at
Washington has ruled that the
writer has a right to regain the
possession a letter providing he
can prove to the satisfaction of
the postmaster and the officer
from which the letter was sent
that he was the writer of it.
Even if the letter has arrived at
its destination and before it has
been ilek errd to the person to
whom it was addressed, it maybe
recalled by telegram through the
mailing office. The reason as
signed is that the United-Stales is
is only the agent of the writer
while the let At is in transit. The
decision is important to business
men and to private individuals.
His Estimate oflht Locul Paper.
Senator Davis, of Illinois, is
reported as saying: "Each year
every local newspaper gives
from 500 to 5,000 in free lines
for the benefit of the community
in which it is printed. No other
1 i r it M- wi' -will tf i ) i Tll a
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editor 111 proportion to his means
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does more for his town than any
. . . .
other man, and mall fairness he
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cause you like or admire his
writings, but because a local
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7iewspaer is the best advertise
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ment a community can have. It
ruav not be crowded with great
thoughts, but linaiicialiy it is
more of a benelit than a teacher
JAOiPEU TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
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j X t ill LUC lilULiaCl KJi.
ion and have had a ereat deal of
was hifjb'v recommended and
senr, and ;.r a sett le at once. Ii
proved to btt oue of tbe very best
mfd icings we i'voi' had m the
h o u . J r- s fi v ud iii y 1 i t tl c d au gh t -
ci" ine. i nui uuw tor every
trt L,rirtlv .niLnf
mtiaiciLe i', i. Had I known it at
lirit it won Id have saved mo a
-fjreat deal of ars'ttetv ad my
little dan?;h. r much i.utltriug.-
your tnt Mrs. lieo. 1. i;ur
AH persons are hereby notilied
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noi 10 naui sano on tne lanas oi
Ior uvspass, n moy cto not report
aiuj S;ule for wliat they have
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Mil street, now Cedar street, as
tl ,t) n;nno,.tv
A s 1H ' ' iAi lu l)c1
JNO. P. Arj.ISON.
iss. 3fc V vs s ..a!
P- CT5TTii r.
Goods Depart -
ored and 1rinted.
Yard wide Fercale at 20 and 25
cents per pound.
Light colored Outing & 7c,
Bargains in Towels.
Two job lota of Samples ofGent's
tine box, 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 Red Cotton, 20c per dozen
spools. Embroidery Silks, fito,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
par skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold ombroidery thread at 'c per
skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
J If you are not a subscriber to J
w a f?
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1 Linen, colored Crash, tor 00. a paper vna kAk
j yard, worth lOo. Finfl Ic, i a
I Printed Mnfisaillcs at l2c. Shields 10c, ttunru
is publislied every day (Sundajj ex -espied)
and, delivered at your door
for only 10 e per week or 35 e- per
prints home and other news lint us
of interest to oar readers and to make
ow better we
ronage of the people
Give u.s a trial when you make
yuuv next order for
Work ready when promised.
Vlf yo-i want to buy anything f
i-yaa'can c-ill tor it through
I he Standard.
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'i?hroaa - ie p;;t,;'
zc per (10 Hi), i
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5c dozeii, Side (A.i;
Pompadour lOu, t'o;, - ;
tooth Dressing Comlj.
Jobs in Box Papor - k.,;
co-t to produce. i oies lor
15c and 10c ones for y. I
Paper at 10c per pound. Pfcnci; '
F,vp.cArfl 1 c. Tvne. writer Am r.n ,. I
bon Paper for typevvritor use 3
sheets tor 5c, Typewriter pantr I
Paper for Lamp Shades A r.;, j
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10c. lLk
tmd Mucilage .3a, Shoe BliAii
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Black I.
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth Ticks h 1
vjtJii Lb run iibi imgb, ;
Boston Garters I80, Dnwtn
Supporters '6q per pair, Silk
Bosom Shirts 48c.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery tindTinvare stairs.
. J. Bostlan,
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V If you have anytbiu;
. you can make it known hir'tv ! -
t The Standard. J
mast have the pat-
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."Advertising tt-i lu
4. made known cn app ,;.