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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, December 28, 1899, Image 2

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I Iter IV & tut UfthU ma k . i ki ' and son. 1 ' , :ivs ami i ' : i u'ietor. ill! i: Tier. .t .:?:is ih ii.i. Ouc ' Six r otuna. . . Thr: - months. Ot.. ITIOUth . . . I1 VXI)AK1 is published every ... , rv, 1 1 1 1 atul delivered by xii.U-o ul Lubbcriitioii : 4.(X) 200 ' 1.00 nr. : . v v: o j. Hi, ,i:i:ivlA- STANDAKD in o;,r-t . itrht-eolunm imper. It Iuih a h'.r-rr eirealntion in Cjibarriisth.m any 0t!iert:Mivr. Price 1.00 per annum in Advertising Kates: T. : ir'.:lH- advertisements oiMde Mitv,iL on application. Addi - ill eonununieatious to Till: STANDARD, Concord, N. C. n,..i.nHm .h.i ..... vi..i.ih...i.-"i f 'rrir mn s. WO Win may certainly hold en to th places and there is ever ti.'Vht tlh olhces they laid down, ho advises the most rom -d-nlory course possible 11 hirh is thai whore I'usionists .stopped down ami out they give no troimle and hindrance to the e:tu-o ly de manding t lu ollices. Wo- art' unaWo to son how ho could he loss partisan or moro poi oi ma under conditions of a wry try- (H.casion lo say too tlml our h.w.l.-i seem to bo running Iiko rloek work, lubricated with tlc oil of good-will and co-operation to about as full extent as diversi thsl, I labeled humanity is cap able ol' evolving- The Citizen tolls us that all the prisoners in Asheville jail were brought before the judgment bar on Christmas morning where they received a wholesome lec ture from Judge Brown and were mn,!nn,,V- . .,...1 fonrivon their iniquities and e long too io see i m- c.i . the irroat school work w ,:u i)0 jit- bidden to go and sin no more. SITl-iSINTENM-NT MEIMSE STKAK.iiT. tie a Hooted by political revolu tions, but it seems a vain hope while the rules of Ci il .-ervice reform are but a m.;!r;y and "To the victors belong ihowpoiis1' is a seniiaient yet iu ooply r.ooted to be sueeesslmiy com bat tod. The even tenor of the State superintendent seems about the best rebuke he could administer to these political maladies. ;. h ad the deplorable political history that will mark t!ie period between the stirring up,.1 . 'l oseoHko Marion lut Iol nioe. oi ail ihe basest ele motits in human nature and the Lime when the State will have sen led down into the easy, safe, - i-vi '. yet progressive groove in which it had run so 1'jng. State Superintendent C II Mebu'ie. it seems will be con- sp;cu,.us for his unflagging zi; linff wfth rreat succ ..a loiiity to give tne least pc.'-:c partisan tinge to his f ; '0. I o accepted grace fid 1v changes made by- the kii "g:.kiture and advised tie com: y iaion boards to accept 1;. T"ie spirit manifested was ' the boards of 90 out of 1 uities did so. late decision of the Su- Forthwith they were tapped on the shoulder and compelled to come in to a good hot breakfast of turkey, cranberry sauce, etc. It is needless to say that turkey went into hiding with those jail birds on the outside. Moral "When you want to get on a Christmas "jag" go to Ashe ville. It's a veritable health re sort for "tho likes o'ye." SOMEWHAT MISTAKEN. 'Mr. C C Orr, Super:n Vmdent of the graded school in Concord, was here yesterday on his return to Concord, after spending tho holidays at home. Mr. Orr is in his work." Charlotte Observer of the We are glad to testify . that Prof. Orr is meeting with grati fying success as principal of our graded school for the white, chil dren, but our neighbor is quite in error in calling him superin- Justice delayed is justice de nied. Delaying to pay a debt without the consont of tho cred itor is refusal to pay, and causing the creditor to bo a heavy loser thereby is noxt to criminality. This is liable in most business. Negligent payers should think of it and not claim the virtues of truthfulness, fairmindedness, dignity and honesty. Dr. Crump Uadly Hurt. Tuesday night Dr. W L Crump, of Salisbury, was violently thrown from his horse to tho macadam, breaking his collar - - l l ! i-lnnn f MiTf li if" leuaout. rroi. v o toicr 1R rteht shoulder.. He was un We still have piY ;: court by which it seems worthy and successful supcrin- consciou when picked up. suitable for presents. Very respectfully, D. J. Bostian. Poprietor of the Kacket Store w t"' I I rua U 13 cnt Suits worth $6.50 to go at $3.50. cn0 Suits worth $4 to $5 to go at $S.50. OXQ Suits worth S3. 50 to so at S2.00. D Boys' Overcoats. HnCO Mens' Overcoats TV- . TK- goods were bought by Mr. Fetzer in 'New York this week and were shipped Thursday. They arrived here Tuesday and are now oh salt-. goods comprise the entire balance of winter stock in Boys Suits oftwolargeNew . k Clothing Manufacturers, and there is a lot of the very finest suits they made ong them. We bought them at half price and we'll sell them that way. Lots of $6.50 ! ;s forS3,50, and $5.00 suits for $2.50. Over 300 Heavy allwooIOakland Cassimer3 uits for $1.50. They are $2.50 suits at any cheap store in the State. These Oaklands are the best wearing medium priced goods on the market. Guaranteed to wear as well as any goods you can a: "( In fact you can't get these suits anywhere in the State for less than 2.50. Knee pants in heavy winter goods at 25 cents to 5()cciit . oHhem worth double what we ask for them Hoys' Overcoats at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. If you want to buy good vWf ; ir boy at far less money than you often pay for poor clothes, just see this lot that we show. Our usual rule will apply to thi :j1K' ything we say about these goods is straight. Your money back every time on any goods that do not suit or fit or thnt in nnv wav fail t" pU-ase you. . lloc Dozen Bright Plaid Golf Cans at Is! Kr- -Tust the kind yon have to pay 25c for at otb;'r places. But that's our way. We save you 25c on a SI on nearly all kinds of r . Dozen' Finest and Swellest : : Neck Ties. :: 7 i j r 0'( )( : W adiisT and Gentlemens' Easy Felt Slippers. Leather Slippers. w YOU ill I KIM

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