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JOHN D BARRIER and SON.
ii-.i'i'vrrs ami Proprietors.
THE FALL OF 181)0.
An Awful MinMh.
A Raleigh special of the 9th.
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H I .-;;:.- .Srcun-iion in Cabanus than any
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Concord, N. C.
r .v.,- N. 0., Doc. 11, 1899.
Pi.; .-v--- beyond expression in
T-o 1 . 1 ron the fatality of the
typhoid scourge at the State
Normal. Including the two who
got ho o to die, Miss Babbit
made the tenth, and now Miss
Ad-;- v.;lv. ;: , ,,-s tbe eleventh, with
two mro- in very critical con
ciiii one being Miss Gaily, of
1 . who lias suffered a
f vm a convalescent
is that her mother,
Gliding Uio bedside of
who died, nlso eon--1
o disease and is crit
' homo. With his wife
and dang iter at the
- -oh onrr: mnir the so
li o" - It: i !' Mr. Ha ily, with 1 he
r. .. " no of losing both,
i: .- -.m u est oxt ra rJiuarv hi-
- v oi a lUiction.
r bo.- ';U mark an epevh of
: - maio ; rig;- of the
dee.-t.-:;l gloom in the annals of
11 ; : ..: : athon whk h Xorth
..:s hold so dear.
i-. ; ..... r ;av;s' unrnnuv.
Y.Vm . Con j'dorat"'. Veterans'
Re"" ' ,1; uei:iir on May ooth,
. , . , j. 4, , jUiKiay , J u,Me
til;- : r.:"' " - -,;!' h- Hu-iiil.id an
ri : . ; : " . jf tlie birth o f J e lie r
.. - .- - , - i c UoUt'tl 10
hold memorial services of a re
'' m-"s v,;e 011 tl.al day.
being the native
uuat; us. ti.e Co:ih:'.iijracy,s irosi-u;-:
'r:..." ; ' 1, it seems cLn.itc thr
righ: iliipg tli at J -lisviile's elo-que-.c
o.ppeal for-th- 1 reimion was
-m ; ..! uid that the time has
been made to embrace Mr. Da
! that the Standard has been neg- . i wiiiuluo-ton Star says;
j iectiiig the opportunity of pleas uThe Supreme Couid recently
bg remarks on the weather this jccicjed that the school law under
i It is lime. Wo remember ! vhich county boards of school
at some time not icing some cdi- j c-rectors were chosen is uncoii
torial reflections on this habit of j slutionai. State Superintendent
teUing people what they Mebaue being uncertain as to
know, especially as to wdiat k'ndjllovv ie should proceed under
oCwea.herwe are liaviog. But j tls decision, asked the opinion
doubtless this has been a fall io0f Attorney General Walzer. To
be remembered as nnusimlly fa. ay the Atoivuey General gave
vorable to both the grov. ih and jjjiS opinion, holding that the
the gathering of crops. CoUon state Superintendent must
stalks we believe remained prac- j recognize the Fusion county
ticaily green and vigorous this j t)oar(s in all cases, whether
fall to the 4th of Deco ber in-,! tbey have- gven up their ofiice
etonrl of boinrr killed as usual in 1 av uni. Mosavs: It now be-
Octobcr. comes your duty, under the
While tiie early part of the i decisions of the Supi-eme Court
season was quite uufavor;-be to ! ju A school cases, to give
crops the latter part has partially i effect only to section 0, Chapter
compensated. Wre have seen the j )Uj Acts oC 1997, and recognize
finest Irish potatoes raised thisti0 0j)iCers therein named and
fall that we ever saw raised , those elected by them, but in
here. All the Standard readers otjier respects to ;.;o forward
know the turnip crop has been j AVth the great school work under
The season has been most fa
vorable to gathering sweet po
unoea in good condition to keep,
which is a greater consideration
than producing them, as that is
com parat i vel y easy.
We heard Mr. Jno. P Allison
say a few days ago that his rasp
berry bed has been herring
during the fall, and that on Sun
day the md of December he had
a neat dish of them "or diuner.
AH in all we suppose this fall
will do for other generations to
"p r- .
lo Preparing for Co
Need Some of these Atth
leached Table Damask 52 Cotton c; J
inches wide ao. HK'nes wia
Good Assortment of Towei
Cotton, unbleached, be; Bleached i:h to V1U.: Lim:: i:. ...
Blankets 50c. per pair up
CoiIieterpaeeS9 Assorted, t $5.kt ..
Home-Made Comforts $1.25 to 1.::-
the act of 1890. The old boards
were very properly advised by
you to retire and in the main did
so. In the light of the decisions
horeing referred to I have no
doubt that the new boards will
likewise take your advice."
The fusion boards had given
up before the Supreme Court
rendered its decision in all but
about ten counties, and had been
succeeded by boards elected
under the new law. Now those
new boards, if Walzer's opinion
is law, must get out and let the
old fusion boards come back.
... Superintendent Mebaue has liot
ciectaea yei as to v.mai no in uu
Ure hope ourfa-'uier patrons
wih give a thoughtful, reading to
Mr Allison's oeason d'vers'iied
in the matter. These frequent
changes lie thinks, will greatly
e; '.pi '.e th(i seh.oo" sys
' ' ( i , -
m r-img or cotton as
rr-:0 combined ':.
world can not tlx a groove
ing to success in a ny dopo
of industry, but ideas
general lines are the found
V i i ! i i i; lores! in agi1' ''oi-
is awakened speciJic Hartley's are
learned by reading and stiai vinr
farm journals, avteoding fa.rmer's
institutes and visiting successful
farmers and adopting so much
as is practical for the individual,
bearing in mind his own peculiar
To say that farming doos not
and cannot be made to pay is
preposterous. Tno world
not-Jive a year without it
Too town fathers
o i o n v
: i .Vo a ry 1 i a ve de creed
out of the
; iora1 "oti by the first of
eh, M'o;;. This will doubt
reduce the amoioit of grunt-
ery materially in our north-
m : e
To accommodate tlio.se who
are partial to the use of atomi
zers in applying liquids into the
nasr.i as: ag. for catarrhal
t roubles, 1 ' o roirietors preiare
Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price
iiiciuomg iiie praying' tube is 75
cents. Druggists or by mail.
The liquid embodies the medici-
10-4 Bleached Sheeting 22 1-2e,
Lace Curtains 63c. .to $2,50 p
See our Irish point curtains at 2.50. Cur? am
Scrim 5c; Muslins and Swisses at i- to ',,-. p
Silkolines 01 to 12Ac.
Nice Assortmei) t Fancy Table Cover
Tidies, Cushions, Cushion Covers
in stamped, printed and worked pattern .
at i to 3c. per skein. Zephyr .V.
Undecorated German China
Three sizes Plates and Sauce drhes at
Decorated cake plates, salad bowds, berry sets, cup- ;
40 II OF TOILET SOAP HI ! II
Combs 5c. up. Hair Brushe
Ilk Dress Skirts at
DSc. up. Ladies vests 15c. up. Drawers to match .
Undershirts ..18c. uj). Drawers 25c. up. Nice 1; of i
cais for children. See our 10 cent line of hosiery.
About 500 Novels at 10 cents -;a
I m m m
Y ou will make a mistake to buy
fore seeing our line.
Very respect fully,
X If you arc not a subscriber to
t The Standard
now is the time to subscribe. X
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I The Stiwnirl.
o i. e I'iwart's name will most
cerountv go before the Senate
again fur confirmation, it is said.
This time it will be backed up
with ail but eight lawyers in his
district ccmprisin.fr 47 counties.
Even Senator Butler wdll be
given an opportunity to sign it.
It is to be hoped that his name
will go through, as there is no
getting the matter fixed up in
any other way, and the opposi
tion is that prince of faultfind
ers, Marion Butler.
G:oo Oiis' saying that the
America a press keeps up the
stranb'g a point but hardly more
so the - ; - ..arks much
jif th": ( :'.-i4'cisv. r fbim.. jvjlf whom
the ' ro ostration could not af
foia .vj i.ecp at the head of af
fO'c o' j"-)ot; oritimq wore
( ;nk ! nr ' properties of the solid prep-
. aratiom Cream Balm is quickly
i i ,. i a-oMn-ueu uy uio memorano and
and succeeds m proportion to his j but -changes them to a natural
power to adopt methods essen-!and healthy character. Ely
t ial to success. That failures I Brothers, 50 Warren St., N. Y.
are made at farming as .well as
any other business is due to ina
bility to adopt methods essential
This demonstrates that pref
erence and adaptability are some
times at varience and some other
calling is needed.
Farming must and ever wdll be
the foundation of all business
life and can never receive too
much intelligent thought.
Trusts are all the go. Now
the manufacturers of gins and gin
supplies, it is saidr' are about to
form a trust. ;That means a
This 'Gates Ajar' design is a
handsome one," said the tomb
"It is just what I want," said
the widow. "He never shut a
door in all our married life with
out being told." Indianapolis
While T:i?re is Life There is Hope.
I was afflicted with catarrh;
couiu ii tjiuier taste nor smell and
could hear but little Ely'sCream
Balm cured it. Marcus G.
Shautz, Rah way, N. J. "'
lhe Balm reached me s'afelv
,A fV,A ff ; J
iorm a trust. i inat means a L.j DffDrii :c . . ?y
. . . - . --, -. and trie etiect is surpnsme:. My
rise m the prices of gms. It does son says the first annlie.n.tinn
not look very comforting. We'd j decided relief. Respectful! v
like to see the planters co
and make their own gins, 3
the concerns high and dry
The Georgia Senate gav- r
bkickeye to the Willinghen bill.
It went 26 to 14. in favor of nurs
ing at the bottle still,
mcs. lranklm Freeman, Do
rhe dim does not irritato
ase sneezing. Sold by dru- 1
a. ou ceuts. or mailprl Kv
56 Warren St.,
is published every day (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for 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 pa t
ronage of the people...
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your next order for
iojbuy anythinert f dverHs-
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