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The Daily Standard iV" Jg
( lobbyists. Ibe Legislature of 1868
had rascals, but it also had brains."
HT JAMES P. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASXOK BUILDING
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CONCORD, AUG US V 8. 1895.
If you haye made up your mind to
live in a town then stand up for it,
sy all the good things you can about
it, and if you know po itively no
good, then -preserve that silence in
The man who didn't care three
shakes of a lamb'f tail about the
newspapers, recently rode thirteen
miles through the hot sun to get one
that spoke of him as a prominent cit
izen. He wanted the paper to send
away which, he said, would be a
great advertisment for the paper.
This individual abounds in every
IN OLD MISSISSIPPI.
Democrat Yesterday Nominated a
Jackson, Miss., Aug. 7 The
Democratic State convention was
called to order at 12:10 today by
Chairman Booth. Senator J Z
George was chosen permanent chairs
man amid great enthusiasm. The
convention then went to work upon
the ticket without delay. Hon. J
H McLaurin was unanimously nom
inated for Governor. The first baN
lot for Lieutenant-Governor resulted
in the nomination cf Hon. J II
The nomination of J L
egard to its merits that is consid
ered golden. Do what you can to - Jones.
ha-p Minna PVPrv man whn is en- I Power, of Hinds, a local favoiite, for
g I in legitimate business. Don't
att:d away for everything nice you
I o i r Ci.,t i, . r:, i, 1 1
brought forth another noisy demon-
want and stili expect the home men
to keep a stock to suit the whim of
tne or two possible custtmers. The
t'dcceda of your fellow-townsmen will
be your success. No man liveth to
hltiiself, no man dieth to himlf,
and' no man does business indepen
dent of his fellow business men.
Take your hone paper. Don't
imagine that dailies fill up all the
3pic3, ibere are many little ere rices
of good cheer, social sunshine, per
aonal mention in a home paper that
the big dallies do not care for and
do not print. Don't abuse your
niighbor, the main difference in the
number of his faults and your own
is that you see his through a mag
iiifing glass of criticism and yours
in a glass darkly. That ill-omened
bird, the croaker, can do the town
more harm in a minute than two
ood citizens can repair in a month.
Third Annual Meeting North
Carolina Baptist Sunday Schoo
Cbatauqua, Red Spring, N- C.
Tickets on sale August 12, 13 and
14 to Greensboro and Selma, N. C.
TTinnl limit, Aumat 20. 1895. Con-
tinuoufl passage in each direction
Fare for round trip to Greensboro
$3.65 to Selma $7.60. The fare from
Greensboro via C. F. & Y. V R. R-,
will be $5.65 and $1.15 from Selma,
via. A. C. L. R. K.
She Has Ever Known. Words of Praiso
from a New York Lady for
" I would like to add my testimony to
that of others who have used Ayer's
Pills, and to say that I have taken them
lor many years, and always derived the
best results from their use. For stom
ach and liver troubles, and for the cure
of headache caused by these derange
ments, Ayer's Pills cannot be equaled.
THE RACKET STORE
stration. Col. W D Hoiher, was
nominated for Auditor and A Q
May, of Simpson, for treasurer, after
which a recess until 0 p. m. was
taken. It is doubtful if the com
mittee on resolutions will be received
It Coxey ever gets to be governor
of Ohio he can play on the grass in
the Iwc's yard of the Governor's
There is something eminently apN
propiute in Cuxey's nomination for
rjv;-:nor by the only genuine free
-er party in Ohio. Calamity howl
t r and free coinage frenzy natural-r-o
Land in hand.
About the Suicide.
Mr, J W Mullen, of Huntersville,
returned from Covington, Ga., this
morning where he accompanied the
remains of Mr. Sullivan, the suicide
of Sunday. He says the family was
almost completely stricken with
grief, and his death is the all atn
eorbiug topic of the town. He sajs
no man stood higher in the little
town of Covington, than Sullivan,
and that he was respected by all.
He wa3 postmaster at a salary of
$1,200 per year. His family cons
sists of himself, wife and six chil
dren, three of whom were grown
He was 42 years of age anu never
had a charge detrimental to his char
acter made against him. His funs
eral occurred Tuesday morning 10
miles from Covington, and was large
ly attended. He carried .5,000 in
surance on his life --Wednesday's
When my friends ask me what is the
best remedy for disorders of the stom
ach, liver, or bowels, my invariable
answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken in sea
son, they will break up a cold, prevent
a grippe, check fever, and regulate the
digestive organs. They are easy to
take, and are, indeed, the best all-round
family medicine I have, ever known."-.
Mrs. May Johnson, 3T8 Rider Avenue,
New York City.
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Ayer's Sarsarilla Cares all Blood Disorder!
nwiiBTiwa Mia.aB.iji "n-!i.nn n
Then Sam bmall pays that 1,500
for ji'.eling the to superintendent of
public instruction in Virginia, pub
lic iLalruction will have made preat
lUV-'-eement. Washington News.
Notice ! liissoluUon .
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of Yorke & Wads worth, com
posed of N. F. Yorke, J. C- Wads
worth and Cannorifi & Fetzer as
silent partenere, was dissolved bv
j mutuai concent on the 24th day cf
This the Otli day of August, 1895
N. F. Ycekf..
J- C- Wapswortij.
Cannons & Fetzer.
Tue Rome (Ga.) Tribune thinks
'there are mv in this country who
4'-"vul-i be glr.d to see timvs get worse
instead of better so as to yerif y their
calamitous predictions on the finan
cial condition of the country.
The calamity howlers should shut
up and wait until times get worse.
:id siree wges are being increased
' - : v, 8i. the workingman should
be happy. Silver or no silver, the
calamity howler is out of place.
Frtd Oldd writes to the Wiloiinge.
Iju Messenger; "When a Republican
can be induced to talk about the last
Legislature in a frank way, condem
nation is hearty. Hon. John Nichols
save he attended all the legislative
wna for forty years and that in
the last tody there was more rascal
ity than was ever dreamed of before.
We, N- F. Yorke, J. C. Wadsworth
and C. J- Harris, under style and
firm name of Yorke, Wadsworth &
Co., will conduct and carry on the
former business of Yorkn & Wads
worth, and we assume all liabilities
of Yorke & Wadsworth, and collect
all notes, accounts and other in
debtedness due Yorke & Wads
worth. We respectfully solicit the pat
ronage of the public-
Yorke, Wadsworth & Co.
August 0, 1895.
The 94th Annua! Session begins September 5th
iSy Register for last year shows nmre than 500
persons under instruction during the var. Spe
cial features: the development" of Health, Char
acter and Intellect. Buildings thoroughly rtniDd
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and
Post Graduate Departments, besides first-class
schools m Music, Art, Languages, Commercial
and Industrial Studies.
J. H CLEWELL, Rtincipai.. Salem, N. C.
I have now in stock at my rooms
opposite the court house a splen
did line of well-made Furniture
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy competition in regard to
quality and price. You will be
surprised when you hear my prices
Come and see. If not in stock
eah supply you in a few days. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise you. I
keep a full Time on Land for im
mediate supply. 1 buy
and run my planing machane, and
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to call
and Bee me.
Very Kespect fully,
Concord, N. C. July 13, 1893.
A Kansas man dro.vned h'taalf be
cause his wife scolded him. Wives
who have sensitive husbands should
neyer scold tneai. If they find it de
sirable to reprove them they should
do it with the poker, tong?, bread
roller or something of that kind..
ML. rLFASANT, X. C,
REV. J. D, SHRIEY, D. P., Pres.
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks. 85.00 to
iext session begins Sept'
3. 1895. For coi;:ik. and
special inToim ...ijuasn
the President as above, or
1m. Sechetauy of Faculty.
Just Think of It-Wei Save
You Money on Nearly
Musquito netting 5c yd.
White duckins: for ladies
and children suits at 10c yd.gj
White checked nainsook 5
English long cloth at 15c yd
Crinoline l:c yd, whalebone
dress stays 3c bunch.
15c rubber lined shields 10c.
Machine thread 3c.
28 inch colored shirting 4c
Special line of ladies black
and colored hose at 10c worth
Gents hermsdorf black seam
less sox at 12c.
Washable Windsor ties 5c
Silk 4 4 " 15c
New lot of dress trimming
laces just in.
Aluminum hair pins 10c
Silver or black belt and
skirt pins only 2c
Castile soap 2c, batter milk
One package of 12 boxe3 of
matches for 10c.
hoe Masking 1c .
New lot of closing fans 5c
up including feather fans at
32 and 45c.
Job lot of gents' and boys
linen collars 5 and'C cents.
THE : RACKET
D. J. BOSTIAN.PROFR'