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: L V 'J T A N D A I i I n a
Senator Pritchard is so much
in earnest in Ms opposition to
the proposed amendments that
he will try to have Congress to
lei1 the Supreme Court how to
eons true uie constitution made
bv former bodies. His undaunted
zeal is to be admired if we (so
hold his devices in just contempt.
Corrected by Cannon & Fetzer
The Peace conference ;
XJ 'I u
is -not responsive, c:
course, but it seems rather vji.eer
that that, movement to ib sarin
'Mln rpor It bis I the nations, make wars to c,. s .
and stop the groCxt expense oi
military preparations should 1.x j
followed so quickly by a b'.-ody
Avar bv England and a dca:bbn: ; AJoai
of Germany's navy.
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Adv. rt::;-iU'V Kilt'-S :
, rc;ul::i ;.ayejnVi'd
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Concord, N. 0.
ro..:-!), N. C, j)!-:c. 18, Je.
y.rv wlunliet: or
hoi id ere is'a iaw to puio.ise-
ex li:e persons who go about
n d- -; .if the danger oi
spivuudig diseases such as small
pox. T'n'e certainly should be.
it oiig.it to take years of service
in f!-.P !ientiary to expiate the
c-ri.; -L spreading such diseases
wit;' e; ; 't)tion only of satisi'a!.:
lo: .- -vide nee that the individual
-x ,..ow3odge of cx)0sure
t :j,eas( J' is ahogei her
'(V',-,.a matter for a wliole
iiii;y to be distressed and
0: ' -tK'od by some wretch
to ,;;, -"iU'.i to carry anything
i; .i v! i sea sc.
b'.v-in lias liad several such
'. : iv;ei';. v aad she has a
h':rl ti.s:de with smallpox. Jf
. ,;.vc;. iu it from
!r ; i.;id'ag it will l)e most praise
v, :';-y; but the -y it has boon
sj ..! S' e:a : ;i
na . , u ii a aevei'e iMjtiaii v were
b ' .: sub. in1M noes then.1
would be fewer of them.
l ; ;! i'-cu 1 ha tns
1 iO.l I: mea l- side.-s . .
The Piedmont toll bridge
across the Yadkin just above the
Southern's railroad bridge, is
finished and open for business,
we learn from the Salisbury Sun.
Our Rowan and Davidson neigh
bors will be less impelled to take
. . : ; . . . ; : natr ! ; : i' i ' i 1
A little dog barlved at the big
Thai smiled in the evening
And the neighbors smote him
with rocks and shoon;
'hit still he. contiuued hisragefal
And lie barked till his throat
The bttle dog bounced like a
Per bis aner quite drove him
And he sakl: "I'm a terror, al
though I am small,
And I dare vou, you imnudent
fellow," to fall."
Hut the moon only smiled and
Then the hrJe dog barko 1 at a
iJut he challenged the moon in
For as calmly and slow as tin.
workings oi fate
The moon moved along bi a
Coi-r xded by Swiak & White.
. 10 to 15
..10 to 5
F.onr (N. C.)
Ol't I wonder, sadly wonder,
V, bou tiie lovely twilight falls,
And the shadow of the gloam-
1 IT x2T
Lingers on my study walls,
j.L I I11S Ui;iH Ul n;x,uuiu,
Filling my weak heart with,
U ill in God's good time return
ing Brighten my life again.
Oft when darkness deepens
All in vain I search the gloom,
Hoping that some wandering
May seek shelter in my room.
But there' ne'er has dawned a
When I did not greet the
With thanskgiving and rejoic
That 1 first had known the
Mks. S E Kenkdy.
To accommodate those who
are partial to the use of atomi
zers in applying liquids into the
nasal passages for catarrhal
troubles, the proprietors prepare
Ely's Liquie Cream Balm. Price
including the spraying tube is 75
cents. Biuggisis or by mail.
Tin.? jioTd embodies' the medici
nal properties of the solid pre)-.
;i ration. Cream iaiin is qujcl.dy
absorbed by Lho membrane and
And smiled at- the doir bi db -j does not dry up the secretions,
... V i -I J . . .... J I
uui. changes i nem io a naiurai
and healthy character. Ely
M ! I n ,;(" '-v-tn h thai ob
)aot isners , O:
t , . ii. rag an:
: ,o ' . reduce the
" .. i.d paper."
- sa v this is
'j r ;iimr. but a
a : with Repub-
dc: : r ions to remove any of
; .'. . ('-" , rasox. -there's little
f.:r fort in' it. Denunciation of
ti . e s will dou'otle.js make some
;i f :ading in the next Re-
ui national plat Lorm, but
i . plainly demonstrated that
Re jaolicaaisui is more wedded
to abr")rmal tariffs than to equal
riots to all.
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si rucicd trie wet
The lijoon sank out of bis
a,i a- ii. !,! amea a.-, n siowiy ea-o-o
u o.i i . . ; :. i a
lher;x, r0 v'-o run St.,
w ... I . . II .14 T ii, .;
in Preparing for Conference Vg
Need Some of these A
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I J ) i
Rlone.ned Table Paiiia si;
inches wide 47ie.; do. 72 mcnv wiae
Good- Agsortment of Tovvj-
Cotton, unbleached, 5c; Bleacbed - to J2b-.: i .
. o i t j
10-4 -Bleachsd -Sbaetmg- 22 io'A. a
Q,x,-x mi Tvich ino" r V,:S , .,, lihi. ;
Scrim 5c; IMuslins ana Swio.ves at b' to i(c.
Silkoiiiies G4 to 1-2.
Nice Assortment Fancy Table Covers, 3arf.?,
Tidies, Cushions, Cushion Covers, etc.,
in stamped, printed and worked patterns.
at i to 3c. per skein. Zephyr 5a. per sk.'hi.
Undecorated German Coma
Three sizes Plates and Sauce dishes at GOe. )er so,
Decorated cake plates, salad bowls, berry sets, cups and saia-er
III of ei iPiinui. m il
Combs 5c. up. Hair Brushes 8c. - up.
$5 Silk Dress Skirts a.t .35. chear nr.e,
03c. up. Ladies vests 15c. up. Drawers to match 18c. i;. ah a:'.,
Undershirts .18c. up. Drawers 25c. up. Nice lot of hoods and
caps for children. See our 10 cent line of hosiery.
About 500 Novels at iO cents each.
You will make a mistake to buy a Oarje be
fore seeing our line.
w ' d ( ) v.T i ' 1! o x - (. J o v e r n o r
I iioli di -.1 suddenly in liuriimrton
i. 4l i-ij, l,..,,. ... '; , ... ! ast ramaav wu': oiie was
down to rest:
''Well, I scared it away, all
v :.; ' : laa
Red Hot From tiie Gun
W:is the ball that hit G. B. Btadman
of Xwfi.ik. Mirh., in tlie Civil War
o Liva.:xt via
a; ' oi Terror
"Aya-.l i.i. v. us felt for the vitlow
i tluv bi:io Ueaer.a lundnnn of
ax.joai I1:', Ma., when the doctor said she
t uvii l v.H;i:vx. till morniu" writes Mrs.
Sj. II Lincoln, who attended her that
ty, ,,.-,, , i full(. ,t cl,, must
If you arc not a nibscribr tot lij'ou have anytLh.; t-
The StrmdatCi ? youe.nraakeitle,,...:.:br,
. now Is the time to subci -iac.
Tj n , '
is pi tolls J odd every day ( Sunday ex
cepted,) and delivered at your door
for only Wo- per week or 35e per
prints homo art d other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
iUM-ased homuio Ulcers tiiai no uyii- ,..t,u iroin Pneumonia, but sh.
ment Helped ior au years, inon tor Dr. Kiu'y New Discovery,
BucklenN Arnica Salvo cured him. . ,VJ).,. h )n,t r thmi once avcd her
Cures Cuts, i "iises. lurn, i.yX, , Uie Uu(l had cured her of Consuraptio?i.
CAU'iTIi, Ai) OTH-1K PASCALS.
It now appears that Capt.
Obarlin Garter was not the only
rascal that got fat off the Savan
nah harbor appropriation. He
is now serving a five year term
of imprisonment by decree of
... military court-martial, but it
seems he is subject to civil court
procedure, and an indictment of
hhu with- D B Green, John P
Gaynor, Wm, T-Gaynor, Ed H
is a ax., at to oo ei.lercd upon.
Felons, Corns. Skin Eruptions. liet
Pile cure on earch. 2octs. abox. Cure
guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Drug
A BIT OF LIFE.
Aiu r three small doses she slept easily
allni'ht, and its further use completely
cured her." This marvelous medicine
iz guaranteed to cure all Throat, Cheat
and Luus Disease. Only 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at Fetzei's droug
Died of Smallpox.
Mrs. W E IMcNairy, who re
sided not far from the terrarcotta
works in Guilford, has died of
smallpox. This is the first fatal
Three oi t ie Gaynors seem to
a a Von gainers by the Sa-
v;a "ar. ' i ' . v. ;'iaa tr:a'i: ,..aa ';as, but
it r-a n-ias b be seen whether
A maiden sat within the door
And sang as many times before.
A man to daily, toil passed by,
No'love or pleasure lit his eye.
But when he heard" the merry
He whistled as he went along.
A woman by the window wept
For one who in the churchyard
But when upon her hearing fell
That tune she knew and loved so
The flood of burning tears was
k - i t I the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
And soon a song her hps os. .. ii)!rll)0 p00r littlo Bulle.;3r immS-
Her neighbor heard the . .-nd
And softly joined the sweet jv- j
Thus, all day long that era1 .so a a ,
bore ' j
its joyousness from door to !a;a j
Claka J. Denton.
For ivr finv Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty yearp by mil
lions of mothers for their children
whde teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens atho gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
"' 'br. Sold by druggists in very part
r .ewoild. Twv nty-nvo AtjLs a bot
Iv.: Hire rnd fiak for 'iVIrs. Win
"v, K(.(ithii-- iSTiip," and t daj io
. . t
Gjye. us a trial when you make
your next order for...
If you wautfjto ;..uy any thins t f Adyerlainr,
youj can call iorjjt ihroug'a $
v The Standard. f
ilie Stand u.ra
. madeknown on .pi
Gonstanry i -x t ho (onipleinent
' '.' ; ! )' ner hmaan virtues.-
H liyii ll).
a -a" ' v. ib gam oi
rascality. dv meir