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JOHN D. BARRIER and SON.
Eo.it .rs and Proprietors.
liurso may have lioUen tlio worst
of his oerer.tr
was dead in low). Ho wanted
!to die the husband of tin: trained
1HESTANDAR1) is published every; gl nke the nil-el of
tfpy (SutnlM.y excepted) nud delivered by lul ' . lJV ,
iUtes of Bubserintion : I moivr Hint she surelv "was, and,
The Toloirram has the satisfac
tion of realizing Us expectations
itolf into the
The iolknv was morn. , , fw. (ho dlsp0Jlsary. As far
about dead of tyi.houl U:vor (luV uwo i10;ml tho dispell-
Six m on thy 2 00
behiLr not unwilling to change
saries in our State are a great
improvement over the open bar
Three months 1.00 ihe title of no little reproach to
Cue month .35 Ithat more fascinating appclla-
ciniTiw codv. 0o
We see that George Vander
bilt gave a hristmas tree at Bilt-moj-e
from which every man, wo-
11 in nstate was
T 'T; Slhy ' RTANDAED U a I tiu of widow" c),,son01 a,ul th,' made the recipient of some gift.
Dnr-mr'H. pinrliLcnlnnni iwiior Tt has f hint w'lst 1 !ol. "VvllOll t he SOn Ol i mi U,n 1-w-k li-ic nnt nn Iv
Addre&s nil communications to
Coucord, N. C.
tm -iSKi neat . t "i,T-ii v r wirtf
CoNivnci), N. C, 0;:c. ii), ISiH).
i larger circulation in Cabarrus than any --- ,1;,, wvth n ,. -n- r ?
5ther v-.iivr. Price ai.00 per annum in ? perversity didn t die 01 1 li a aispensod millions of money m
idvanc'. Advertising JIatps: 1 eent, and she is the wife of a tho Stale but takes pleasure in
lerms for rejrnlar advertisements 1 A .
man she cliosc lor oeaai, nos ior malving Hie ineasani ror uiose m
life. The trained nurso is tliere- his employ while he has set up a
fore not an unmixed uautit5r of ; high model of a stock farm in
beneficence if she is jnvlty and j which there is cider, beauty, and
the patient is a single man. ai d re belieye a fair profit. Con
all throu-h no fault of his, buty to some haters of wealthy
sinndv because he just can't ! are glad this man came.
i." I.. - . . t r j 1
TIIAINEI) M'KSl-S AM) SINGLE MEN help it. 11110 olir 110 1S wo1 111
! l : I much to the State.
1V :!,. tcvnpte 1 sometimes to " Congressman Ohamp (.dark, of i - :
,.ail,uL liiai a single man has Missouri, will presold a bill of That promised big battle in
not a fail- diir inhfe with the rest 'the nature of Mr. Bellamy's bill South Africa has not yet ma-
of hui.KOiity, and you- can't do to takr the tariff off of p-per and terialized, but it doeAiot seem
U!U ; ' i you trv. It 'pulps, etc. from which paper is possible to defer the action many
.1lltw1lll : . c , Mnade. Ofcon-s it is th.o right ! days longer. When-it does take
j, , , ,.,,. n tT y .,,.,Jthing to present these bills nnd place the world is likely to have
tie tan iiarU iret ;c:v tiiat ! CT 1 1 1
a siory 10 reaa ijku wTui oe more
and main bu it is not like tin thrilling than a romance, and
ixcoubiican to "-ive ; ti more dii'e than anv that has
e iu; I chance to all by taking. on-been created since the days of
t r vn, fo Bering tariff. The Antietain and Ciettysburg. Los
oaly cha.aceisin Democrocy's re-! Angeles Times,
turn 10 her foivi.'i- .m and I - "
niir,;i to gel : ,,M !n oowor a-.un. I Wo aro 1Ilore tliaH ovor Vvou
y:V..-)0 v.n' : ()f tlie coni)arat ioly good 01 del
Jreensboro Toleg: am of our town during the Thrist-
We still have an assorteo;
, . . ,. 1 1 iKimuiui wiiii ur in wnii ill ii; ill
III' lllMll.UiUlv...: - - .v Uv.nt) 1 .
do not make hw h.erii't lluttor.
11 IV Ol
I M '( H 1
" ; . ' ; -.1 nurses
v c..mi : 11
1 : l f : T 1 ' a
:nce the fel-
pile of lael; , mas ct'iehj il ions ;!ice we l'ead
d r -oe,e!'a t ion a nd .!lidied mir- nf 1 lie r;i i'J)ii-;i)'-', in so nianv of
worn l o pon r- . , , . . I 1
-,; lo t.!.e liiia
.'Vi'iiiir the true
.ire ;-!;n g!Ys
. , where
po.-e iigiiiusl the disensary it is ' our sister towns. Reforms move
prnypiga miivks ;oi(i - m . Av-l!n . wave; very ofien. Ijp! C011-
h !-e noted the ijiiprovem.-ni c rd always droj) d lie pebble in
:: ' ;. i ; ieii mis!alo. in o.:p- t he .-;(;; d y st iva a; ohiioi'al repn'm
h. .a:oug these is i legislator and th(M'ir(dinv wa'e.-, will ere
.us; it. long e:i e'oo our lieiIibors.
11 -v in plead aa-l a';h d ; j
IJ xSVrv -srrTr -,-.
suitable for presents.
V e r y r e s ) ( 1 c 1 i u 1 1 y ,
(ijcJ7 ""W5 fiu" '7 W'' J
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t... .i k
ICl'CP wOa fcli $4 to $5 to go ?4 :r-.-0.
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.vIL W wVOlll ipU.Ov CU g'O Cl-'u V'U.
JLCIC Boys' Overeoal;s. C? lros' Ov,
"!s W(,,"'',,:,:ht FetzL'r in Now Yirk diis week mul wore- sliiped Tliurlay. 'J'hoy an-ivv,; lu-u- T.h ,,
Clothing Manufacturers, and tliere is a. lot of the very flr,est suits tc
i them. We bought them at half price and we'll raII thoHCToW t. er
for $3,50, and $5.00 suits for $2.50. Over 300 He aw alrno1 nr
.ii tJs for $1.50. They are $2.50 suits at kny cheap store in the State.
uny r:o(ls you can
;oods at 25 cents to h')i
want to buy irood c
,,hino. we Snv nl.mif thosn ovrlc ic cfvoin-hf " V.,. . . . . ' V ;f Z' .... V- " llUU' UCUnV- . IIV USliai lUile .Will H)1) V t() t 11
ii- a v you1? lt -1111, -L;,lu mu11 otiv-jv u very nine on any Wods that do not suit or tit or that in any way n
"Hm DnAn "RiVht Ploir! fi-vio
J ust the kind yon have to pay 25c for at oilier places. But that's our way. We save you 25etn mTn 1 ii i , i
L )li on a on nearly all kinds ot ooils
Tlir Oaklands fire the best weaving medium inee"d goo,!.; on the market. Ouaranteed to wear ...
f ' r ;,:hu,t vo" cf 11 f fet fll(ise sultf ;V!y . leie iu!le te for lcs th:m S2-50- Pants in lioay' winter
I."1-- them worth double what, we ask for them. Boys' Oveveo.its at L K8S THAN HALF J'JvMCF Tf , "
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AO Dozen-Finest and Swellest :: adies' and Gentlemens7 Easy
. Neek Ties. : : B- Slippers at 50c.
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