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CONCORD. N. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895.
WHOLE NO. 362
GIVE US A TRIAL.
I 1 I
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WITH ALLi ON BOARD.
Her Crew of 420 Men lrfst uspieion
Has How Become a Certalnty-The
Alfonso XII (tent to Search for Her
Finds the Wreck-It is One of the
Greatest Sea Calamities on Record
TheAnthorlties "till Refnse to Be
lieve That the Ship la Irfmt-Descrlp-
tion of the Wrecked Vessel.
Madrid, March 20. Correspond
ence this nurniDgreiterates the as
sertion that the Regente was dis
coveieTsunk in shallow water at
Bajo Aceitunes, adding that the
wreck was just visible at. low tide,
The paper also says that the Alfonso
XII has brought from the wreck
the bodies of .thirty of the crew of
the wrecked ship. The Alfonso XII
will return to the scene of the wreck
with divers and dragging apparatus
A cushion washed ashore at Tarifa
has been, identified as having come
from the cabin of the Reina Regent?.
Ic is asserted here that Admiral
Pasquin, Minister of Marine, knows
the truth regarding the missing
cruiser, but that no official an
nouncement of her. fate IwIII be
printed until a new cabinet shall
hive been form Meanwhile
Cradiz and Aarthagena, where most
of the officers and crew of the ship
belonged, are in general mourning,
and the women- of those cities are
heaping maleQicions upon the heads
of the Moorish Embassy, when they
are looked upon as the cause of the
disaster, es it was upon her return
trip from convejing them to TaDgier
that ihe cruiser was lost.
Sli!l Knierialning; Hopi-s.
Madrid, March 18, El Empai
ciale this morning- s-ys the repori
that the wreck of the missing
cruises Keina Regente has been dis
covered is utterly without founda
tion. The Alfonso XII whidi was
Bent out to search for the missing
ship, has, the paper esserts, re
turned from her cruise without hav
ingtsined any news regarding the
fate of the cruiser. The govern
ment still entertains the hope that
the Keina Regente, having run short
of coal, has been blown into the
Atlantic and may yet be heard irom.
Description of the Lost Ship.
New York, March 19. The Reins
Regente about two years ago cam
to New York as one of the Spanish
squadron which escorted across the
Atlantic the Columbus caravels.
The Infanta Isabel, now reported to
hate sunk an American schooner off
the coast of Cuba, and the Neuva
Espana were the other ships of the
Spanish squadron. The latter ar
rived at Fortress Monroe on April
21, 1893, the Keina Regente haying
the caravel Santa Maria in tow; the
Pinta was in tow of the Infanta
Isabel, and. the Nina was lowed by
he Nenya Espana ' All three of
these Spanish warships took a con
spicuous part in the great Columbian
aval parade in New York harbor
on April 27ih of the same year.
The Keina Regente was launched
in 1883, and was one of the three
second class deck-protected crnisers
of the same build, her sister thips
being the Alfonso XII and Lepanto,
all of 4,800 tone, 12,000 horse
power, and expected to steam 20
knots The wrecked crniser was 32
feet long, had 5 feet 6 inches beam,
and a draught of 20 feet 3 inches
She was propelled by twin screws.
Her protected deck was 43-4 inches
tiick on tie slopes, her conning
tower had five inches of armor and
her gun shields were three inches
The armament of the Reina Re
g nte consisted of four 9 i inch
llontoria guns, one on each aide; aft
f irward of the central superstruc
ture, one on each fide; a six and a
alt inch Uontona guns on ecn
sidf, the forward pair in sponsors,
lddle in recessed ports, and 15
rapid fire gnns. She was also fitted
with fl ye torpedo tubes.
. coast Strewn With Wreckage.
LoDdon, March 20. A dispatch
fronfSan Feroandino, near Cadiz,
cava that the coast, near Couil,
somewhat further South, U euewn
with wreckage, uniforms, flags, and
numerous other articles from the
lost cruiser, Reina Regente.
Tuc officials along the coast have
forbidden the people to approach
tne points where the wreckage has
been cst tip, ostensibly to pre- ent
the scenes of anguish which would
'accompany tne seaich for the bcdieB
of frieudaor relatives. The officials
r-'fuseto say whit they are doing
to recover bodies anu wreckage,
The people here belieye they are
wanted to Oe Back to Worn.
rwiri Murrav and Lizzie Mc
tlnre were married today at noon in
the courthonse by G A Barbee, Esq.
They were in a hurry, t they went
and got the license and wished to
get married in time to get back to
work iii the factory bef ere the dinuer
MR. DIXON'S NEW CHURCH.
He Will Have Deaconesses and Three
Assistants to Help.
The Rtv, Thomas Dixon, Jr on
Sunday morning, in Association
Hall, announced that he had engaged
the Academy of Music, and on April
1st the Church of the People will be
formally started. He said Bervices
will be held every Sunday morning
He intends to introduce deaconesses,
half of the Board of Deacons to be
composed of women from the con
gregation. "The Results of Senationalisni"
was the subject of his sermon, but
before beginning his discourse he ex
plained the misunderstanding be
tween nimsell and hi3 congregation
relative to his resignation, how it
was ; brought about, and when it
went into efL-ct.
He strenuously denied that he
bad been coerced into resigning, and
in support of his statement rea 1 a
letter from the president of the
Board of Trustees. lie said that
the Board of Trustees wanted him
to remain until May 1st, but he
would not do eo.
In speaking of his proposed new
church he said he would have three
iBsist mts, one of whom will be a
Uniyersalist. Members of the new
church will be 'immersed or bap
tized, rs they prefer.
He Cenitd that he wa3 in receipt
of n income of $20,000 a year, or
.ived off the fat of the land." He
said ia these times of income tax it
was cruel to talk about a man's in
come; tha tne new method or sens
satieualism bad p ii J both inatiaao
cial and a spiritual piiut of view.
When be took Ui; pastorate of J
the Tw-sn'y-thifJ-S.mji . artist
church it r.s debt. 11 hud col
lected $31,000 more t!;n had b.-n
collected by llu- church iu tie
twenty years h c- ding his pastorate
He declared that, while he bad nude
4 few persons lir. d he intended to
make a great isi::ny in. ire tired before
he got through New Yurk llera'd.
The Brinicc in Btul Slmpe.
The new bridge built oyer Little
Cold Water Creek, on the ML Pleas
ant road, by Esq a ire Rufus Miller
last summer has suffered by the re
cent Lard rain.
We learn that one pier is under-
minded and that the bridge is, in
consequence, unsafe. The water
came near running oyer the fill on
the east side of the bridge.
It wa3 thought by some when the
bridge was built that the opening
was too small for the stream at high
water-mark, and the fears haye thus
been verified. Many will now say
'I told you so."
Hissed One Day.
Gilland Blackwelder, the genial
mail carrier that pulls the tnrottle
over the team that plvs between
Mt Pleasant and Concord didn't
make the trip Wednesday.
High waters and the condition of
Cold Water Bridge preyen'ed it. If
we mistake not, this is his first missj
at any rate we'll excuse him for this
and the day on which he marries.
which ought to be soon.
lost Over 9100,000 Canibllii.
Memphi?, Tenn.. March 20 E L
Harris yesterday got prccecs for the
arrest of ten of the b8t known
gamblers of the city, tnd took steps
to recover no';ey he had lost in the
local gambling houses. He claims
to hive lost 110,000 in various
forms of gambl ng ia the last two
years, which consists of estates in
fened AnIipvIIIc lor 813,000 and Got
Asheville, March 20. MUs Janett
Reid Sheldon has sued the city of
A3heville fer $15,000 damaes.'.hay
ing been injured by a fall on thf
aidewalk. In the Superior Coort
this "at'ernoon. the jury rendered a
verdict allowing her $1,100.
Kcsro Woman Lynched in Tennessee.
Nashville, Tcnn., March 20. A
negro woman named Harriette' Tay
lor was hanged by a mob near
Petersburg, Lincoln county, last
night. She was accused of burning
a bouse belonging to a Mr. Bay less
a few months ago. Particulars are
Organization of the Colored Episco
Last Sunday, March 17th, being
the third Sunday in Lent, was des
ignated by the colored Eoiscopa
liana for the organization of a mis
sion church in this city. Promptly
at 3 o'clock in the af terncon mission
hall was crowded, to hear the able
discourse by Rev. J C Davip, rector
of All Saints church. About twens
tyfive persons cam9 forward and
signed a petition asking the bishop
teso lAbliBhfbem a mission church
here, tbe Known as the "Holy
Sir. W F Fisher Thrown Front
If orse and Mis Shoulder nislocated
Mr. W F Fiiher, who is building
a 8 Lore house near the depot, started
np town Friday to attend
little business. He wa-- riding
mare belonging to Mr. Bradshaw
Castor, and when in the front of
Blackwelder & Cline's store, a color
ed woman, said to be crazy, hissed
her dog onto some children who were
teasing her. The children scree m
ing and the dog barking caused the
animal, which is a spirited one, to
become frightened. The horse
could not be checked and went
throughthe city at a breakneck speed,
Just before reaching the Three Mile
branch Mr. Fisher attempted to
jump when the horse stumbled and
in doing so he fell to the ground,
dislocating his left shoulder.
It was feared by every one on the
streets that Mr. Fisher would be
killed? but Providence, however,
took a hand, and such is not the
Banyan nn Explosive.
Adline Miller, a colored woman
of the city, met with a painful ex
penance Wednesday night. She
had heard much . of the linament
known a3 "Banyan," sold on the
streets by the medicine men who are
here. She purchased a bottle of
the linament and was before the
fire applying said article to her
limbs, when very suddenly and
surprisingly the "Banyan" on her
leg caught fire causing a right
lie Scripture Fulfilled.
Te morning after the election
1 iet fall, when he learned how the
ti.Ie had set, a quotation from Scrip
ture, something like this, came into
Mr. Green Warren's mind: "Pen
Ions times shall come. People shall
wax worse and worse, deceiying and
being decti ed." Now that the
Leg slature has adjourned Mr, War
ren realizes that; the Scripture has
been fulfilled. Th; candidates for
the Legislature waxed worse in de
ceiving the people and the people
waxed worse in being deceived by
them. Statesville Landmark.
Yesterday a gentleman from a
neighboring county came to States
ville in search of his niece. The
niece, an orphan, whose home was at
Cheater, S. C, had been missing for
two years. ie had a brother in
Florida and this brother and the
uicle had bt-en trying in yain to
find her during the two years. By
some means the uncle leaned that
the girl was in Stacesville and 3es-
terday be came 1 ere and t.-dd bis
story to the police. With the as
bistance of Chief Cathey th?. woman
was Boon located, out she was 'ocaud
in a hoase of ill-fame. The uncle
was much affected and Bhed tears
when he found her. He asked her
to go home with him and she agreed
to Statesville Landmark.
A Muw Conch.
The Greenyille Weekly says that
Judge Coble is no doubt a good,
conscientious man, who is. trying to
do right, but the lawjers of Pitt
conrt have gotten him into deep
water. Ou the eighth day of the
court only one little cue had been
tried, one sent to the Supreme Court
ltd one got en under way.
A Cashier Commits Nuicide.
Lavrecce, Mass , March 20, E A
But!er, cashier of the Arlington Na
tional Bank and an alderman, com
mitted suicide by shooting this
morning. Mr. Butier was taken ill
a few weeks ago with grip and has
been suffering mentall. Mr. Butler
had been cashier of Ihe Arlington
bank since its incorporation in 1S90,
ana leaves a widow and three small
Rebels Defeated and Leaders Killed.
Hanvana, March 21. The Gov
ernor of Santiago Proviuce report
that on Hatch 18, Ger.ral Carricb
itarted from Baire with 200 men
The troops overtook the rebels and
dlltd five of them in a Bhort, brisk
fiht. Among the dead were the
rebel leaders, Manual and Bachtco,
and the aide de camp Estrada. All
the -arms and ammunition of the
rebels were captured.
Tobacco Factory Operatives Strike.
Richmond, Va., March 11. A
few days ago the J Wright Tobicco
Co., was re-organiz;d, the Boston
stockholders with certain Richmond
interests, voting the president, Mr, J
Wright, out of office. The force of
the factory sided with Mr. Wright
and todayquit work, thus causing a
suspension of operations. The em
ployes say their action is not a Btrike
but a protest.
That is a amb uad communi
I caticn from Fj
TOWN AND COUNTY.
March winds, chapped handas and
Spring poets and lambs will Boon
make their advent.
The deputy sheriff, Monroe, of
Rowan was married to Miss Lela M
"Parties desiring to leave Norwood,
StanTy county, on the Yadkin rail
way have to hustle off at 4:30, un
less they fo-)tiL
A. difference between the new or
der of woman and the ready maid is
where one claims to make advances
the other may be willing to receive
For the season ending March IS,
1894: the receipts for sales of fer
txlizer tags was $21,000. For this
season to the same they only reached
$13,000, showing a remarkable fall
Mr. Tom Rhinehardt, of No. 9,
has kept an account of the weather
during the past winter. He says
there haye been 14 different snoffs
during the winter; this includes the
one of Wednesday nighL
Every iadic&tion points to a boun
tiful fruit crop this year. The
peaches, apples, cherries etc., are yet
lown in the roots of the trees. If
they are not there, where are they ?
Mr. G T Ciowell, of the Fenix
Fiour Mills, was in Richmond, Va.,
to purchase a large lot of wheat. We
understand that the price of wheat
and flour is looking upwards fast.
Mr. Harvey Cline, of the Colum
bia & Charleston railroad, who has
been spending some time at his
father's, Mr. Fred Cline, a few miles
above town, has returned to Column
bia to resume work.
We hear tbereis to be a wedding
in the city about the first of April.
Whether it is an April fool or not,
we are unable to state. Curious
people will soon learn who the
parties are, by qn'zzing and
Tom Kennedy, colored, who about
one and a half year ago Btabbed a
man by the nam6 of Ford and made
his escape, was spotted in Saiis-
bvry on Wednesday and arrested. He
was brought to Concord and lodged
It is reported on the streets that
there is to be another drug store es
tablished in Concord. The room to
be occupied, the report goes, is the
corner one in Li taker's block. As
yet nothing is positive and the
Standard belieyes the report star ed
from th? presence in the city of a
druggist, who came here on a'visit to
La exchange speaks of three of
the most stingy men o t the record.
The first will not drink as 'much
water as he wants unless it comes
from his neighbor's well. The
second, forbids his family to write
anything but a small hand as it is a
waste of ink to make large letters
The third stops the clock to saye
the wear and tear of machinery
They all refuse to take a newspaper
on the ground that it is a teirible
strain on their spectacles to read.
It would . stonish you to' know
how many people read the Staudard
without paying for it someboiy
else's copy ; and yet tbey complain
that we have poor papers in Concord
No wonder, when we have to cater to
such a class of dead bea's. They
will kill anything and any town en
The Charlotte Objeryer says that
Mrs. M E Cartland, president of the
State W. C. T. U., -had a dozen
women to hear her lecture at the Y.
M. C. A. building iu Charlotte on
Wednesday. It further says of her:
''Mrs. Cartland ia an easy, fluent
speaker. She is quiet and nnaseum
mg. but strong in thought and for
cible in exprission."
Dr. 11 L Payne, of Lxin4ton,
bad a narrow escape from drowning
Wedue8dy afternoon. The rainn
had greatly swollen Fl.it Swamp
creek and in attempting to cross
the horses got in wa'er beyond their
depth. Both were washed down the
stream and drowned, but Dr. Payne
reached land. 1 be norses v ere a
match pair of blacks, formerly the
driving horses of the late Dr. R L
Payne, Sr. Salisbury Herald.
E (J Phillips, Republican Repre
sentative in the Legislature from
Randolph county,. says he wouldn't
have voted for the Legislature toad
journ out of respect to Fred Doug
lass if he had known he was a negro.
This is a nice state of affairs, truly.
A mn aWtori tn th TWialahira who!
never heard of Fred. Douelass or if
be didn't know that he was a negro,
The large elms in front of Mrs
Hettie WinecoflTs have been topped.
Esq. Liwson Peck, of No. 7, spent
Thursday in the city, lie is a bet
ter Democrat than ever.
Col. Al. Fairbrother, editor of the
Pottsville, Pa., Star, who was tried
recently for libel, was acquitted.
The Pottsville News says it was
triumph for th6 liberty of the press.
Abner Alexander, an'enterprising
and industrious colored man of Con
cord, holds the throttle to the wood
supply. He got in a car load from
Stanly and for two days he worked
like a trojan.
Jim Alexander, who went on a
visit to friends in Stanly in com.
pa?y with Bob Cannady's wife, and
who was hunted up by and shot by
Cannady, as the report goes, has re
Gibsonville News: Rev. Mr.
Lequeux, who has been recently
called as pastor of Springwood, a
Presbyterian church near here, spent
Sunday night at Mr. E L Smith's.
We saw a specimen cf engraving
and link work for parties in Albe
marle, done by Mr. A B Correll, that
certainly is handsome. He is an ar-
Father Joseph, of Greensboro, was
m the city today, enroute to St
James' Catholic church in No. 5
township, where he will held services
United States Marine Band Con
cert, Greensooro, N. C. Tickets
on sale March 2S and 29. Limited
March 30, 1895. Fare for round
After an engagement of 15 years
Mr. Frank Redford, of Rolesville,
Wake county, and Miss Mattic Par-
tin, of Jiaieigh, were married at
Two of our young men were 6eres
naded recently in the open air,
whistling rocks playing the accom
paniment. It was a perilous time
for them, it is said.
That damnable committee of
drunkards appointed by the Doug
lass Legislature to nose about into
business unprecedented, is just the
resaltiss bloom on the nose of the
body collective. It- ic too wf al
to be funny.
Raleigh Observer says : Capt. W
G Means, of Concord, who repre
sented Cabarrus in the Senate of
1S93, and has several times been
mayor of Concord, is here attending
the Supreme court.
Five tramps went into the engine
room at the dynamo Friday night,
so Bays Engineer Loman, and fairly
took possession. Some of these times
Mr. Loman will be carried off alive,
Sheriff Sims spent Friday in Lex
ington. Returning he brought with
him four convicts, three negroes and
one white man- They are all able-1
bouied men and will no doubt do
good service to the county.
Hoc. Alfred Moore Waddell, or
Wilmington, has been invited by
the Ladies' Monument Association
to deliver the address at the unveil
ing of the Confederate monument,
in Jiaieigh, May 20th, and he ac
cepts the invitation.
The base of Ayer's Hair Vigor is a
refined and delicate 11 aid, which
does not soil or become rancid by ex
posure to the air, and which it as
perfect a substitute for the oil sup
plied by nature in youth and health,
a modern chemidtry can produce.
Mr. Julius Pdrker, who ws once
a ti:izen of our towr and a sa'es
mw in the store of C G Montgomery
u in the city. Mr. Parker has been
located in Fayeitejille for quite a
while en&razed in buvins cct:cn. His
miny friends are glad to see him
'Success is the reward of merit"
not of assumption. Popular appre
ciatiou id what tells in the iou run.'
For fifty ver?, peo. le hav been
using Ayer' Sarsap rilla, an 1 today
it is the bloodp'irifi-r most in fayor
with tne public. Ayer'd Sarsaparilla
For over Fifty Tenrs.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;Dg. Syrup Jias
been used for over fifty years bj
millions of mothers for their children
while eething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will rcllee the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drutrpiats m every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle,
t8 SUM ana ass lor "inra. n.uo.uw
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
. A . mwi&w
FOREST HILL NOT "IN IT."
Gets no Pie From the Last Lefflsla.
latnrc anil Other Matters in General
: To The Standakd : We knew that
the Pop. party did not get many
votes from Forest Hill' at the last
election, but we haye a few of the
"faithful," and we think they should
have jest a little of the pie,
In the distribution of the magis
trates we haye usually been honored
by having one appointed from
among our own folks, but the Legis.
lature has adjourned and, although
remembering the black man, has left
us without a "Chief Justice."
Well, this is a strange kind of a
world anyway, and we will try and
have no need for a squire and let
the Pops run the machine for two
years and then we will get a show
because they won't "get tLere any
There are some things this legisla
ture has done which makes a lasting
impression on our people, You
know they increased taxes four cents
on the $100, and they also passed a
law making every one who keeps
boarders pay fifty cents on each Led
Tnen, too, you know they changed
the charter of the town "o jthat one
or two wa: Js could elect the'colored
man to office.
Well, when Mie election comes in
May we will let the Pops know that
we are "still in the ring.!
xne suggestion to call a convens
tion and nominate all the candidates
for town cfiictrs is a gcod one. Let
us have a UDited party and then we
will have an overwhelming victory,
A lot of us v,onld like to see that
faithful mr.n and.one legged soldier
ex-Sher ff Morrison, elected mayor
of our town. What say the people ?
A. W. C.
Churned With Train U riM-klny?.
Atlanta, Ga., M:ireh 21 .Caesar
Banks, formerly -i section hand on
the Southern Railway was arrested
at Jackson, Ga., tby for train
wrecking. It is b-iievtd that he
caused two, if not all three of the
recent wrecks which have occurred
on the Southern above and below
Macon. Banks was discharged a
few weeks ago and it is said that he
threatened to be revenged upon the
foreman. The road's detectives
state that . there is strong evidence
connecting B ink with the wreck in
which Roland Reed's Company
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
anl his family has always found the
very best resuts follow its use; that
he would not be without it, if pro
curable. G A Dykeman Drugei&L
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best Cough remedy; that hejhas used
it in his family for eight years, and
it has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy eo long tried and tested.
Trial "bottles free at Fetzer' drug
etore. Regular-Size 50c. and ipl.OO.
Mr. Fred Anderson, ton of ;Ur.. E
Anderson, and Miss Florence Carter,"
of Albemarle, were married last
By the Persistent Use of
"I was troubled for years with a
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring me that nothing
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak
ing a number of bottles, the sore
7 ie i-::i&Vkii'
zt car . j.-vt
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en
tirely healed. Since then, I use
Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as
a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in
deed, it seems as though I could not
keep house without it." Mrs. S. A.
Fields, Bloomfield, Ia.
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
Ayer'a Pills Regulate the Liver.
THE WORK BEGINS.
The Reed Mine Is to- be Ncene of 1,1 lo
The Reed Mine where lots of
large pieces of gold have been found
and particularly the 28 pound piece
is to be largely opera'ed as soon as
the 'machinery can be placed.
Dr. J D Lisle, of Sprinefi.:ld
Ohio, is here in charge of the woik
nv.:j li. , . . i
wuuoiuerauie macninery is now
at the depot awaiting an opportune
time for its removal, bp the Reed
IJr. Lisle is a yery pleasant and
itelligent gentleman and the
Standard wishes him a p'easant and
profitable stay among us.
A GHASTLY FIND.
in Jenu Body of a negro Baby
Found In a Gas Pit.
The Durham Sun of yesterday
This morning about V o'clock two
colorpd children, Claude and Daisy
Uester, while on their way'to Pinnix
prize house, stopped by an old gaB
pit, m the rear of the Globe Ware
uuuse. jne pic was about nine
u mi .
feet deep and contained about two
and a half feet of water. In there
they discovered the body of ;i child
This was reported to two colored
men and they notified the police
For some time there was Litcb
as to a coroner, this county being
without one. Ihe Clerk of the
Court finally appointed Dr. N M
Johnson, who went out and made an
examination. It was a colored
child, boy, possibly several weeks
old. It was the coroner's opinion
that it .had breathed, and had been
killed by drowning, and might have
been in there a week or several
weeks as the water was cold enough
to preserve it that length of time.
There was no clue or evidence
whateyer as to whose it was or who
committed the crime, so an inquest
was not held.
This story is told on an Asheyille
prohibitions!. He was talking with
a friend about the Elbe disaster,
which recently shocked the world.
"Well," he said, "I suppose the
all - wise Providence did what was
best llowing the ship ta fee
etrojjiv Therewera several .hun
dred salooH-passengers on board, and
if they had been allowed to come to
this country there would have been
jast so miny more barrooms."
I'oli tics I'Hifrntel'iil.
Lots of people have been wonder.
ing, since seeing the list of magis
trates, how in the world several of
the hardest workers in th: campaign,
in season arid out of season, were
Every one expected to see Mr.
William Junker and Chairman
Jacob Boger, of the executive com
mitte, appointed. These two, in
reality, did much for fusion. Mr
Junker heldMots of them by his orar
torical appeals and chairman Boger
certainly did valiant service, in fact
did more for Mr. Uileman's election
than any man in the county. It
warhs-tbat made the coloredvote
solid for lumT
Hut the unkindesffdifc cf 1
the overlooking of the tall politician
of No. 7, Mr. Amos Melchor, cols
ored. He was the au'hor aUbssioc
in Cabarrus He eyen stood ndicnle
i i the early part of the campaign
from his own race on account of hif
political relations but steadfast b
8 6o J. And yet he was ignored by
Mr. IlPeman, into whose bosom be
nestled during the campaign.
prlnK'er Will Take lo the Law.
EtiCongretsman Spr.Lger has
been detained lr Washington since
th? close of Congress ou account ol
the tenons illness of his wife, who
has an acute attack of the grip, lie
vill co iu Chictgo as Boon as she
recovers atd look out for a loc-tioi
o begin la practice. The Smga
mn Stalesmm said toJay that I t
.(ad received no intiuntion yet that
ihe President meant tJ tender him a
desirable appointment. Mr. Springer
will epnd the summer at Mackinaw
Mich., where he has a cottage.
The Bnlldlnir and I.onn Adopts the
Mx Per Cent. Interest.
The fficers of the various build
og and loan associations met in tht
Savings Bank yesterday afternoon
to take action n regard to the new
interest law as afLcting them Mr
W M Smith, of Concord, was pres
ent. It was decided, as expressed
in a general resolution, that the
several building and loan associa
tions here charge only 6 per cent to
borrowers from and after the first
payment in April, which no doubt
will be agreed to by the several ast
sociationa. Charlotte Observer.
THEIR NEXT GOVERNOR OF N. O.
There was a distinguished visitor
in the city today (Saturday.) It is
a man whose name is on the lips of
thousands of North Carolinians. He
is one, who through patriotism, acl
journed himself out of resppctto the
memory of one more distinguished
(though dead) and who wept over
the remains of the dead negro. That
distinguished gentleman was none
other than the Hon. Ambrose Frank
lin Hileaan, the Douglassite and
the next Governor (?) of North
Bull f'rotv S.nniisc
o purchased some
jvikg man at the
the olher day
' Lii jrily indignant,
returned i: t
says the R r.
Mo ';" inquired
;:'onier. who by
'it won't stay
t ju;t jumps all
: v it in its
: this morning
in the fry
about t;u : I i;uU'
place. U c:ivortcu
that I called n;y hiubnna into see it
and he ssys its bull- fog ainsage. I
don't want it. Pay me back my
money," and the jourg man com
plied, but he u not advertising that
kind of sausage. ,
The trouble was that it was gen
uine saujage, no beef or dog in it,
and was therefore rich with
When put in a hot pan of
ii r friends of is
First. Tho subsd
his subscription proc
second: ine man, woman,
or girl who introduces him to a
Third: The subscriber who is
not afraid to tell the editor when he
sees something in the paper that
particularly pleases him.
Fourth: The subscriber who
doe&n't hesitate to tell the editor
frankly when he sees something in
the paper that doesn't please him,
Every one of these four classes
the editor of a live newspaper'needs
in his buoiness."
The editor ot ajiye newspaper
must have close collections, must
publish all the news and must be
in close touch wi'h the minds and
hearts of his readers.
The Sta'e University has 4Cj
students on its rolls, representing
twelve States. Thirty maintain
Ives by their own laW1 ""'-
over 100 on iron
scholarships. During the past year
the bequests aggregated $31,000.
Right Arm Paralyzed
Saved from St. Vitus Dance." i
"Our daughter, Blanche, now fif
teen years of age, had been terribly
afflicted with nervousness, and had
lost the entire use of her right arm.
We feared St. Vitus dance, and tried
the best physicians, with -no benefit.
She has taken three bottles of Dr.
Miles' Nervine and has gained 3t
pounds. Her nervousness and symp
toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely
gone, she attends school regularly,
and Das recovered complete use of
her arm, her appetite is splendid."
MBS&tBULLOCR Brlghtonj .
ur. miles' Twtil.
Cures. Dr. Mild' Nervine b sold on a non'tlrs
Saarantee that tbe first bottle will benefit.
.11 drui glst sell It at 11, bottle for 15, or
It will bii aent, prepaid, on receipt ot price,
by the Di Kik Medlod Co., ElUuwVUui.
For Sa'e By AlTDrcggist.