North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
effect by eliminating .some of 'be
worst element of voters.
as mi vm
JbHN U. liAKKIER a:cd SON. ! others, affects
, - .1 . - : 1 T !flno 1
-prt hp ;hv that is Trie strongest: aiurai imna. ,
iFi'i j: i.n mk3ri BiiLWL(i his own race will be disfran
chised under the amen am en: s
... . exee;te-l yiid delivered by ' and says, anyhow the
water on the market and has
the endorsement of the most :
h :chin of the country
should no: disfranchise n.mora
IV C aU
what the noted .
;.:v;- ; 'knows the United
ams. of Ashe-
o () : citizens witroui nrs. g: ma ma.
. I 00 the means and opportunity of an
35 I nrr.r.r-t'irr Pfl H PJ 1 1 Of) trOUCrh bo
'.i:.,;t;-n paper. It has ! ernment did thrust upon us the
a iariv: circulation m CiiUrrustha;- any PT1ranchisement of " ignorant : t wh-.-VT,,. ,,u,t m
otiier.i,i;.cr. Price l.uO per annua m , V, , , " . , . . r w
sdva Advertising Rats : j citizens, without the means and : tne statement tnat i regara it as
T-jin.- iui rcznkr advertisements t v. p rmnnMiitv of an element- one of the b-.st if not the best.
We have just received a lot o:
are selling far below their usual val-
Stamped Lin-. -a- v..
If vou anticir..v
y for Harris anv Embroidery fr Christmas presents now is a good tim- t-
r lc. larger
! vour work. Small Doylies or
An extended c .:. . :t-ul use of Har- ' iuc- 1 a0ie aEa 1 ri ' WI ' '" r " -
ii-iare.-a an eo n. na ; ; mcati od & to
Concord, N. C.
arr education, to the everlasting Lithia Water known to the pro
fession. n tne conauion 01
! Phfj.siih.n c Urine, its action is
Ci-. C. r-.f - Ti - il Ti
j marvellous, us use in Liie ixneu-
detriment of the South.
Now bevond the
Concord, N. C, Oct 12.
honest controversy all white : matic and County Diseases afford
men can vote under the 1 me more comfort than either the
amendment without educational ' Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
INVALID OBJECTIONS TO THE requirements except those -1 Tr)frv urvVin jISM D
We note the letter in the Char
lotte Ob-erver of the 11th from
Spencer Blackburn and we are !
led to contemplate the confusion
coming 21 years old after Ijz.
They have all this time to pre
pare and the State furnishes the
means and the opportunity of
! an elementarv education just as
We guarantee that one glass erf
Harris Lithia carbonated water
will relieve any case of indiges
tion in one minute or our agent
.i t a r n ."L
X 1 1 n T J -. - I XJ UULiiUil.V-U L S l'wiUU
. r nf p.v.i ! it has been doing. It is too bad j " ,
ri.es at ine t :.v. ..r oi ijaoel. , . Imcnev. nr if takfin aftor each
i is not our purpose to contro-, i meal will cure the most stubborn
vert the matter with him but we
f iiis falla-!
can't read and write and if this
..m,i". i-ji to some o
tie- an absu: lit ies. There ar
others ' it may be tjiaying on the
fair notice of a wise provision
'for the good and the safety o
i.;ie oiaie clOes ,.Ui
citizens to intelligence ti
case of indigestion. Why suf
fer when yem havetheguaranteer
M L MAIiSH,
Agent for Concord.
un altera oiy o-
reasons why they should not be
which to insure
, rT . i aiioweu to vote.
T es some oi ;
Again Mr. Blackburn savs;
against another such experience
! The Fifteenth Amend m T is an
H i- :: vs ;p ii. nn
-egi'-' aomi nation in " "I hope there d
th'-r- are twt; white ' patriotism burning
: h-'imitteu. imstaite. a gross mms-
country's alter to all
davs of Bunker H:l ;
1 . r l . ' - n " '
he ha- -trcn ib:;h
ority of his ra -je un
4 r'.t"- r'' r- atb n (
b . s. is an ind.
..Mountain, ai u s l v." e i se Jin a e
.os t' wh o threw he tea over-
prior to board m Bostun harbur and Meci-:-
.nat. in certain :i
) Vft" wlb
i .- ; p ,T i -
has no f ' ar
an hiiei ice
uLCi . i n ;
i tice to the South and a constant
! menace to her peace. It is
strange that any one of Anglo
Saxon blood in hi.- viems and
patraotic state pride in his. bosom
should bf kicking when the con
: e rvators of t e state trv to do the
.1. u- i
tion of independent and re- i '-'J conceivao.e Ui:n to r-,- aone
du-'-e to political tb: alldom that . to overcome the
. ..... . i . ... i
c:' nnot i ead and i
lenburg" herces who signed owv
.uaaii Ciiaria l:
iL S. H-
u . . . 1 . :i
(":t z a.- t
of t lie Fifteenth Amendment. The
n r! i on m prl s is-
1 . .
party piayeu up-on
am -rejudices of the
v insinuates against
It's the worthy sons of tho-e
ci-:valric ancestors tha vb"!
vote te; the ; a -ndments to a v. rt
aarth- r expj'i Mice lib" we have
had iii the -tat, for a few years
to the humi ration of t: . r
pcrltv of these heroe-. Tnere
will be no ca.-- of worthv citi-!
zens disfranchised except some
good old slave negroes and they j
almost as one man admit that!
not ospeciaHv in the- interests of
any party hut "or the peace. safety
ana welfare cf the state. It
would certainly ielieve others
than the Democratic jarty of
mu-h emKai rassment- if the
gro vote were cut on
15 to 25 cents.
Wide hemmed with wide silk stitching as above at " o
See Our Window Display.
Embroidery Silks, wash colors, 3c.
worth 5 c,
Embroidery Hoops 5 and 15c,
Embroidery Scrim 15c- yard
Embroider Silk (not wash colors) l-2c
Crocket Cotton 4 and 5c. Silk 5c- Short
Special in. Stationery Department
200 New Novels at 10c.
Indelable Ink at 10c.
White Ink at 10c
Game Boards, containing sixteen gams,
S2.25 and twenty dito for 83.50.
See cur 5 and tOc Departments u p-stai rs.
Nice lot of Glass etc, in them.
avs of t.hc
t.bng the amendments. : their white neighbors can do
- no reason sure enough ! better for them politically than
dice and ambition
r the lowest kind that made
a'orth r,arolina a centre of
they can do for themselves. They
are content to let the white man
rule. There is a great deal of
Lin a;:-- :n-:nt among her sister i demagogueryabout theory, "Tax- i
States. The amendments seek j ation" without representation is
to make this condition less liable ! tyranny. Ignorant and vicious
to such sway of passion.
voting is a terrible taxation on
He speaks of those who would ' anycivil government. The ignor
enf'ender strife and ill will ; ant citizen disfranchised on ac-
among the masses for their per
sonal aggrandisement. This is
just what got two men in-
United States Sen-
It could not have been
done otherwise. The lopping off
of the largest possible number of
ignorant voters will go far to
making this impossible of repe
tition and the me of all parties
who favor the amendments hope j
count of ignorance suffers no pri
vation save doing that which he is
incapable of doing intelligently
and wisely. He gets all the edu
cational advantages for his chil
dren and he and his family get
the full protection of the law
for their safety.
Mr. Blackburn says:
"Why ask for this provision
after the lapse of more than 30
by this means to avert much of year5 Gf the enjoyment of the
in is play of passion and prejudice ! elective franchise by the negro?
for self aggrandisement in our j If intelligence is the test, why
; was tnere not more reason ior
the disfranchisement of the illi
: terate SO or HO or 10 vears asro
"Instead of breeding our chil jttiail now since a considerable
d : en 'witn blood m their eyes ' VQT cent, o
saw dust in their heads and : and writey"
Mr. Blackburn says:
The Momirg Po-t
State fair next week:
' New attraction- are being
daily added. The management
has just secured the wonderful
educated hors-a Forest Tempest,
who will perform on the track
dailv. giving "a free exhibition
complimentary to true visitors of
the fair. The animal marches,
paces, trots, runs, and performs
contortion trick6 at command.
Re is also grand in his original
cake walk. This horse has been
educated until at tite- request of
visitors he will read, write, spell,
figure up sums, act as postmaster,
while his- trainer stands in the
audience. He can select the
prettiest girl in the crowd, and
is the only horse in the world
able to write figures on a black
board." That's doubtless a clever horse
and it is wonderful how his
trainer gets him to do all these
things without the horse's know
ing anything but to do certain
things as directed by the train
er's "cue" on which he is de
V If you a; not a subscriber to V
Thi5 Standard i-
iK"y fc the time to s-uDscrit. JL
T - - - - - - - lt...'ll..
V If yoa nave anything v.. rli i.
- you can muke it kn a- rn thr .;arL a
The Standard; I
pendent, except for parts which
since a considerate i are pUreiv routine,
of that race can :-;..d; -1 .1 ,
LrUT, in their pocket.' let us: !A x XilVTIJL 1 x nuKjssu&K
lend a-al-ence to reason, and lift Tne surprise is that any one j vyin often Cause a horrible
the old North State from a plane : shoulci ask such questions. Af- burn, scild, cut or bruise. Buck
of political strife and wanton jter getting from under carpet i lan's Arnica Salve, the best in the
bloodshed, a shame upon theba2 rule lhe state had smooth I world, wiii Kill the nain and
i published every day (Sunday ex
cepted) arid delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 35 e- per
prints home and other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
zt grow better we must have the pat-
rorujige of the people. . ?
vo us a trial when yon m-fee
, yonr next order for
Work ready u-hesa pramised.
few vears ! promptly Leal it. Cures old ! i
. u -i rf rn r
l.u:, "t.Jl .h l ; f :bbbi-t,; ,W.r sores,
TV,,n ?:f:av:r , V' v. a ;'....,,.,..(te'obs---ors, aUskin emotions.! ?y!oaaSeall for it ihron-hS
- - - " - ; -r;i ime uiire on rah h i n r
apparent, ihe better element 'os Q hr 'b.
ubstamiuti . .apput. in. utix ement ,25c. a box. Cure guaranteed
AU this is what we nope to of all parties want the amend-' Sold at Fetzer's Drucr Store." V
The Standard j
made known, oa applioation.