The Daily Standard
BY JAMES V. COOK,
OFFIUE IN OASTOR BUILDING
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I HE STANDARD.
Coneorii. N . C.
CON"C011D, MAY 8, 1895.
T.i' eighth co mm an dm nt
-Th-m -hak ucf bear farv witness
rr m-zi -.by a:;rhbor"-fe repett- !
fuUv .:V-;edTor the prayeiful cons j
sMer,:,. ,i ' : thi m onrT author-
e ior "t- , allele in tb:a isc, headed
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a!'0 J'ti'rSO: t'. '
k ?tr- has. c vi rlcoh:
iuuiidmente ; or per- i
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treat .Jk in this "dark d tu.tr v
jUC LIH IlCCi iifcliU :il uic v i-iJU
uf such lawe, hich to ui !
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i eople Tic t..'.i;iit at . - etily is
"J'ht Mir ;jn.ioresa uu; or nay
not have heaid of these things of
which we speak; howeyer, the
Standard submits what is generally
rcgaidd a juat construction of the
eighth commandment that the
p.utbcrecr mav fully understand how
LoutLcrn people take the law : V,re
.o fear and love God as not
deceitful iy to belie, betray, slauder,
nor rfeiFe injurious reports agak-st
our neighbor, but apologize for him,
speak well of him, and put the most
charitable construction on all hie
TV article "Inside the House" is
taken - om "Over Sea and Land," a
magazine published in Philadelphia,
and signed by one of the teachers of
Sunderland, which overlooks Con
cord from its proud heights on the
West. The article, in question, foln
Iowa another one, unsigned, and is
headed "The Forgotten Ones." The
reader would suppose the same per
son wrote both articles, but this is
not certain. The reader can rest
assured, howeyer, tnat the author of
"The Forgotten Ones" neither
"fears" nor "loyes" God.
The Standard knew nothing of
theee slanderous and contemptible
articles until a subscriber from
White Hall section, coming in and
calling its attention to them, stated
that it was thought in his com
munity the Standard did not repro
duce them on account of its regard
for Mr. Green, the principal of Sun
derland. The Standard regrets that such
mean, slanderous articles were ever
written and it takes no pleasure in
reproducing them. Necessity, how
eyer, compels it to do so and to
brand them false and urge the
authors to rcpenfc and study the
commandments ere it is everlasting
ly too late.
The Standard has no idea Air,
(irf-n knnros .invfr'inir nhnnt flip nr.
tic wS, It cor.auily, fro'ii contact j
w'.th him, knows enongh to fe 1
that he entertains no such feelings,
acd he is not responsible for the
weakness of any nnder his direction.
The one article is a colossal col
lection of infamous lies thai suggests
t,e Ftither of L1eg . the Qtber h f,
puny, silly, disgusting, hair-braiotd
story that doesn't rise to the difi
of the rotten trash usually found hi
a yellow-backed dime novel.
The publication of sue1- u -mitigated
lies and uncalled for . ; ah in
Northern Journals, tiHt imagine
(hey arc serving God in extending
his kingdom, are doinec a yaet
fircount of injury.
If cilly and commandment-ig
nornnt m i S3 on ?;n es Tain on g us haye
U rtiCi't tc the publication of such
ik-tj to .uoo'p up the YaIure boys
mhI Yankee girls to contribute iibtr
ally to the funds that make impossi
ble fuv some poor morials to liye as
missionaries in the South,'the Stand
ard rejpeoif ully submits that places
in graveyards are yawning for occu
pu.nta arid the millenium will sooner
come if such missionarieo satisfy
It ia not pleasant to write such
things about dangers who come
but H' Ict aud duty
d - Ria:;d it.
Hr. turtcr'N Successor.
Samuel 11 liogers, who was
collector during the Kope
K'ia - 3 e-h uig up," has been deputized
if carrv on the'bnsmess of , that oflice
bat)!e that Mr. liters appoint
ui-nt may be pjrin-ment- Other
;ecu!ation3 arc that Col Paul I?
I Meaaa can;get .he place if he v.anta
ir. The News learns from Wa hing
ton th.it it is believed there that thb
old Kope Eliasflght will be reopen-
ed for the place if Mr. Elias is an
applicant for it. If not, a number of
Ex - Congressmen will enter the field
and inakea stitl contest tor tne post
tion. It is a yery good place and pays
about 0,000 a year, xneincumoani
cjntrolesa good deal of patrcnage,
and is in every way regarded rs de
sirable. Charlotte News.
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While brought down with pneu
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