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ary Comniisaioa aa follows : '
David J Brewer, of Kansas,
-qstice United States Supreme
f Justice of the Court of Ap
Is of the District of Colombia.
Andrew D White, of New York.
Frederic Ii Ctoudert, of New York.
Daniel C Gilman, of Maryland.
The commission is regarded
' as a yery satisfactory, one,
opinions and conclusions will be re
ceived by the American public with
Justice Brewer is a l?;)ubiicn,
and about fifty-eight years of age.
He is a graduate of Yale, and spent
considerable time in the practice of
his profession in K insas, where he
filled a number of judical offices. In
1881 he was appointed Circuit
Court Judge of the United Slates for
the Eighth District, and was ap
pointed Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court in December, 1889,
by President Harrison.
Richard H Alvey is a Democrat.cf
marked legal ability. It was the
great reputation he gained as Judge
in the Maryland courts which led
President Cleveland to appoint him
to the position of Chief .Justice of
the Court of A r pea's of this district.
He is about sixty years cf age.
Andrew D White is a Republican.
He is one of the best Known mn of
letters in this country, and perhaps
in the world; is an author, historian
and has been president of Cornell
University. Mr. White was appoint
ed Minister to Eus3ia iy President
Herrfaon, and held the position for
a year or more during Cleveland's
Frederic K Coudert is a Democrat,
and is one of the well known lawyers
of New York. He was.one of tte
counsel for the United States before
the Behricg Sea Commission, and in I
that capacity made one of the. most
eloquent and effective speeches de
livered in behalf oi the American
Daniel C Gilman is preiident of
Johns Hopkins Univereityand well
known as an authority on interna?
tioual law. He was at one time
president cf the University of Cali
fornia. One of his principal ac
quiBitions is the mastery of the
science of physical geography, he
having studied in Germany under a
prominet instructor,and in this
country, under Guyot. He is the
author of a life of President Monroe
Mr. Gilman has never figured prom
inently in politics. At the White
House it is -stated that he has no
politics, but his proclivities are un
derstood tn ba Republican.
The two great parties, it will be
seen, are equal.'y represented on the
commission, with the fifth -member
having no outspoken politics. All
will accept, and are expected to ac
eemble in Washington as soon as
practicable, with a view to their
swearing in and entering npon their
MIST BE A JOKE.
It is hard t& believe that the
"friends" of Governor Bradley, of
Kentucky, are serious in their ans
nonncement'that they will urge his
nominatio"the Republican cun-
atefcr President and that under
no circumstances would the governor
accept the second place on the
ticket. We often see remarkable
exhibitions of gall in politics but
seldom one that matches this.
Bradley is a commonplace man
and one of the rankest political ac
denta of the age. lie is governor of
Kentucky, not because Kentucky is
a Republican state or becanse he is
stronger than his party there, but
because he had luck to fiad in his
Democratic opponent a man who
kicked from beneath his feet the
platform on which he would surely
haye been carried to a triumphant
election. Many thousajds of Demo
crats in Kentucky would not yote
for a man who.repudiated a cardinal
principle of the party, a principle
. which was declared in its cational
council and re-affirmed by the Ken
tacky Btate convention. Kentucky
was a Democratic state when Brad
ley 'was elected; it is a Democratic
itate 'now and would be a Demo
cratic state even if the Republican
party should perpetrate the prepos-
terouB -joke of nominating Bradley
for President, .
., The Republican party has put np
some yery cheap nreu on its national j
tickets but never, either for the first
or second place, has "it f preeented
quite such a weak brother . as
-Bradley. ' ' " .
, Whiskey ,my be made from beets,
bnt more beats are made.from wTria-
THE IGNORANT ItOKTAI,.
The Lincoln Patriot, wbo.e poli
tics and colossal stock of ignorance
or monumental deception can be
seen, by the attached clipping, is to
be pitied. It says :
"You were told just before the
election that if the Republicans and
Populists were elected the country
would be ruined. Well, they were
elected, and the wheels of the goy
ernment are running as smoothly as
can be. Political weathercocks can
take a back seat. The people rule
ana the country is safe.
- The pi .-fhs of the State of South
Carolina from liquor selling have
been $210,000 up to October 31st
and for the quarter ending on that
date $28,885. " The State has been
selling liquor3 through its dispensa
ries about three years, and lias $2S5,s
oOO invested in iu the business, a
considerable incease from the $50,'
000 which the State ' treasurer ad
vacced to start the business. This
$50,000 has been repaid, as were the
expenses of the recent constitutional
conyentiod from dispensary profits,
bnt the dispensary is in debt $74,
000. October's were the heaviest
sales yet, $112,000, and the esti
mated profits for next year are
Jim CashiCash, one of the richest
and most influential of the civilized
Umatilla Indians of Oragon, brought
suit in the Pendleton court last
week for a divorco from his wife cn
the ground that she paints her face.
hetber this means that Mr. Cash
Cash complains of a return to sav
age customs or an adoption of ques
tionable ciuHzed ways is not indi
cated in t!ie complaint. He simply
alleges that she "hideously and gro
teEquely painted her face, thereby
disgracing and humiliating him in
the eyes of his family."
In another column The Stkd-
aed prints the weather report for
December and the rainfall for 1895
and back to and iLcludins' the'
year 18S7. It is cerlain that many
will be interested in knowing the
rainfall for the different months of
the several years. In. this con
nection, The Standard desires to
acknowledge its indebtedness to Dr.
H T J Ludwig, o? Mt Pleasant, for
furnishing the report, not only in
its present shape but for each
month during the past year.
A grandmother with twenty-six
grandchildren came into Martins
vi!!?, from the country just
before Christmas to buy tojs. She
wandsred through the stores pretty
much all of one day, utterly non
p lusaed by the profusion of toys and
possibilities of jealousies and heart
burnings. Finally she selected a
pint tin cup tor each of her grand
children, loaded them into her wag
on, and started for home, happy and
Scientists are very unreliable peo
ple. After half way persuading us
that the planet Mars was full of
great canals, they now say there ar"
no cinals. Afrer awhile they wilL
be telling us there are no people np
there fifty or sixty feet tall and that
Mars is nothing but a plain every
day planet after all. Let ns hope
that the scientists will not interfere
with the "man in the moon." Should
t hey eliminate him, the pleasure of
some women ho love to look
upon tnan and attract his atten
tion, will be marred considerably or
When two men ride a horse one
muat ride behind. Rer. Adolphus
Allen's unwillingness to giye way to
Dr. Talmage, shows that he has not
learned that truth. The people in
Washington want to hear Dr. Tal
mage. They S3y they do not want
to hear Mr. Allen, If Mr. Allen
wa3 wke he would retire gracefully.
BeiBg unwise, he will appeal to the
Presbytery for the right to preach
to a congregation that tells him they
don't want to bear him. Raleigh
News and Observer.
The pa master-general, Col. Ful
ian S. Carr, has sent a check for
$150 to each of the companies in
the State Guard, this being the an
nual allowance by the State, Great
efforts will be made to nave aa en
campment of the Guard this year.
There are in the State 2 white
7 colored normal schools; 5,123
white and 2,424 colored-school diss
tricts; -with 4,811 white and ,296
colored schools taught: North
Carolina has spent for public sohools
in 1895 over $800,000: ' ." :
, A woman of Covington, . Ky., is
carrying on a profitable, and unique
little industry. She-- xaises Angora
Cits of high breed, j They require a
great deal of careful attention, tJjut
are worth on an average. $50 a twr.
The Extre Aeent and
: Wilmington Messenger, 31st :. The
Messenger had an account of the
robbery by two masked burglars of
S W Grier, agent of the. Sonthern
Express Company, at" Roseboro, on
the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley
Railway, fifty-eight miles from
Wilmington, on Satfcjjry; December
21st, shortly af terVnildnigbt. It
will be remembered that Mr. Grier
statement of the affair was that two
masked men entered his rcclnce
and at the,, point of a pistol, com
pelled him to open a safe and give
them $750 which had been left in
his hands early that night by Red
monct Butler, Mayor of Roseboro,
to be transmitted , to the Durham
Fertilizing Company, of Durham
N. C, of which Butler is agent at
After the robbery occurred a de
tective has been working np the case
and sprung a sensation yesterday by
ha7ing warren ts issued for the ar
rest cf Express Agent Grier, Mayor
Butler and Dr. Fleet Cooper, the
latter of whom is coroner, of Samp
son county. The warrent charges
in effect that after the money had
been deposited in the express agents
hands, the parties arrested entered
into a conspiracy and got the money
instead of masked burglars,
Subsequent to the robbery, Grier
was discharged from the service of
the express company .and has been
residing with his father.in-law at
Clinton. Mayor Butler went to
Clinton yesterday for some reason
or other and he and Grier. were ar
res tea tnere. JJr. uooper was ar
rested at RoBebore.
The accused will probably have a
The Express Bobbery,
Clintom, N, C. Jan. 1. It is a
wonder to the people in Clinton how
the Wilmington Messenger got its
news of the Roseboro express robs
bery. A man in the court house at
Clinton today read the statement in
Tuesday's Messenger and I asked
him if it was correct. He said it
It is now thought that it may
turn out that no money at all was
deposited with Grier, the agent, and
should that be the case there could
have.beert no robbery and hence the
express company would not be liable,
There is a strong team of lawyers
on both sides and it promises to be
an interesting trial, especially if the
defense should try to show its hand.
It is not believed, howeyer, that it
will not do this in the preliminary
trial to-morrow, but will abstain till
the regular term of the court in
The affair is greatly regretted by
the good people of Sampson county,
as all the families of the accused
stand well, no charge of any kind
having ever before been brought
against one of them, so far as is
The exprens agent, Grier, is a na
tive of Mecklenburg county, and bes
longs to a prominent family.
On Choree of Forcible Trespass.
Messrs. J F Misenheimer and J
E Garrison, furniture installment
men, were arraigned before Esquire
D G Maxwell today on churge of
forcible trespass. The charge was
preferred by Henry Partlow, col
ored. The evidence was that they
went to Partlow's house to seize a
stove. Partlow was not at, home,
but his wife was. She forbid them
to Uke the stove and ordered them
away. They refused to go and she
picked up an axe to enforce her
demands, but they disarmed her,
and after Btaying awhile took their
departure. The magistrate required
them to give a bond of $25 each for
their appearance for trial at the
nest term of the Criminal Court.
Old people who require medicine
to regelate the bowels and kidneys'
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
or other intoxicant, !but acts as ' a
tonic and alterative. It acta mildly
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and. giving !tone to the
organs, theieby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Elec
tric Bittero is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old People find
it'jusfc exactly what they need-
Price fifty coots and $1.00 per bot
tle at Fetzer's'drug 6 tore.
Morton Is it Candidate.
New Yoek, JaD, 2. Thomas O
Piatt annoucced today that Gover
nor Morton would be a candidate for
the Presidency. He said that he
supposed his canvass would be
managed by a committee of the
Morton has been a logical candi
date for months,' but this is the first
official announcement. The signifi
cance of the facta of Piatt's support
is great, as it is a body blow at Mo
Kinley'a aspirations, the big boss
having all along been considered in
the polities! combine, pushing Reed's
claims, " ' '. . '-'v.vi;!
3Mv Kby Dr. Mites Nerve riasteaTVr '
:- For the mon
for Mt. Pleasant, N.'C i
Higher temperature 70 on 25th.
Lowest ' 14 " 6 th.
"Ayerage ". 42.5.
Number daysclear,! 8; fair, 6;
cloudy, 17.' Rain or. snow fell on 11
days. Rainfall ' for month. 4 24
inches.'' "" ' ".
Below is given the rainfall for
each month during the nine years
- 6 18
lie or nary
H TV J. LuDWia,
Those Drj SBBdays.
Tne New York World gets off a
good one since the law in that State
prohibits the' sale cf drinks qa San
day and put It in this shape t -
:.Bankleigh What was it the Goy.
ernor of North Carolina said to the
Governor of South Carolina f I ."
Tan kleigh -It's a long time be
tween Saturday night anl Mpnday
morning. : -. . . , -
- Or. Mnea'jvitrrwte are gnarsoxeea to area
-tT " .' cihrnciT.' - I '
'By virtue of a mortgage or. depi'! in I
trust, exectufed by J . JUd. HeBcler-1
son and his wifd to us, wbinh mort
sage is duly reoorded in, l.igieter'e
office for Cabarru8.coanty, N. O., in
book 7, paga 76, we wyi sell at the
court -house door in Con'cord,- on
Monday.' the 3rd day ,of February-,
189ei to tbe.-higbge buider'for cash,
the following described lands : Ad
joining ! M Morris, Mrs. Killough,
Charles Fisher and others. Begin
ning at a fitone, corner of eaid
Fisher's land runs n 5 w 18 chains
to a stone, the corner of P M Moiris
nd J E Henderson's lands than n
78 w 39-25 chu to a persimmon, east
bank of branch on Crawford Good
man's line, thence s 13 w 10'chs to a
stone on branch by a p. o., formerly
maple, then s 11 e 5 chs to a w. o.,
then B 7 w 4J chs to a stone west
bank of branch Cedar and Hickory
corner cf C Fisher's runs with
Fisher's line s 79 e 4159 chs to the
beginning, containing 75 acres, more
or 1( ss. becond tract beiug tne oue
which George E Wilson, commis
sioner, confejed to J E Henderson
on the 4th day of November, 1892, by
deed which Is duly recorded ni Keg
istei 'a office in book 48, pag, 393: Be
ginning at a stone on the south side
of a road, Henderson and Caldwe'l'e
orner and runs n 62 w wilh the
road, 68 poles to a stane in the road,
Henderson's corner, thence u 12 e
46 poles to a large b. o , Atlison'c
corner, thence s fc8 e 41 po'ea to h
stake, formerly a w.o., thenas n 84 e
34 poles to a stake, formerly two p.
o thence n 51 e 31 poles to a stake
in a lane, hence n 65 e 96 poies to a
stake, formerly a hickory, thence a 7
w 41 poles to a stake, thence s CJ w
39 poles to a stake, formerly a dead
p. o., thence s 30 w 100 poies to the
beginning, containing 35 acres, more
or less, excepting two acres, reserv
ed for J P Allieon, ad j ining said
Allison and the Caldwell land on
the east side cf the abovo tract.
J. W. Cannon,? Trrcfpps
D.F. Cannon, $ Arustees
L y W M. Smith, Attorney.
January 2. 1896.
Hav'ag duly qualified as admins
istrators of William B Joyner,
deceased, all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present thnni duly authenti
cated at the office of Morrison
Caldwell in Concord, N. C, for
payment on or before the 5th da
of December, A. D. 1896, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All peraots indebied to
said estate are hereby notified that
prompt payment must be made
W. A. fcsiDEs I Administrators
Edward Joyxeb of WmB Joyner
iVioriisou Caldw II, Atty.
This the 2nd day Dec. It95.
Having been duly appointed anrtqucili
ficd Administrator of the estaie of .lames
W. Long deed. All persons holding
claims asaint said deceased are here' y
notified to present "them, da'y autbo u
cated, to the undtrsigued f or payment on
or before the 'i7 day of November 18
or this notice will be plead in bar lo
their recovery. Also all persons owing
said deceased are notified that prompt
payment is expected.
This Nov. 1S95.
L. Jr. Akchey,
ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts.
6ALATIA, ILLS., NOT. 16, 1SD3.
Pari Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.
Gentlemen: We wild last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three profls already tiiis year. In all our ex
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, bave
neTersoia an amcie mat cave sucn umveraiu buna
taction aa your Tonic. Yours truly.
v For sale by all ttroggiats.
Some Medicines belong to one
season and some to another.
DR. KING'S ROYAL GERMETUER
IS IN SEASON ALL THE YE.3R ROUND.
IN THE SPRING
It purifies the blood, removes langnor
and depression, invicrorates and exhila
rates the whole system.
IN THE SUMMER
It overcomes the relaxation and debility
caused by hot weather and corrects
bowel troubles that are so prevalent
then. Besides, it makes the most de-
Jghtful and refreshing drink.
IN THE FALL
When malaria "rides on every passing
breeze," it is the (treat preventive and
the unfaili ? -ure of troubles result
ing from thai cause.
IN THE WINTER .
It Is still needed for curing Colds, Grip,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, and the ills that
belong to cold seasons.- .
It doea these things, not In a feeble
and unoertain way, bnt with assured
and triumphant power. i
Keep It in the Horns at AEI Times.
Sold bv Druinrlsts. new cackatre. laree
bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollar. Manufactured
only by .-. - -
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., ATLANTA, GA.
; Write for48-Pg Book, Hilled Froe. ' '
FETZEWS DRJJG SWEi
to a Pound."
This rule our mothers followed when roasting meats
in their cast-iron stoves. We are now living in an
other day. The rule does not apply by any means
The MAJESTIC oven operates upon a naw and
scientific principle. V. hen meat is roasted in the oven
(which is an air-tight compartment), the natural
juice? arc preserved. Bread baked in it is sweet
and moist, and will keep so for days.
The MAJESTIC is like no
other stove yeu ever sew. It
is better thsn any other.
Yorke. Wadsvorth & Compan.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE COOT
fHin BiGGd Poison
P. P. P. purifies the Mood, builds tip
ffc 1 the wpp.k aod debilitHtod, gives
strength to re:ifceneu nerves, expels
" diseases'. giving Ue patient health aud
9, - happiness where sickness, fc-iuoiny
TfT leelinpaand lssiLU lc tlrat prevailed.
riT - For priinary.secontiary nc J t"rtiary
Byphili.-, torblod polaoniiiK. meroa-
Q" rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
j-nfr In all blood anU ukln diseases, like
blotchoa, p'Tnpiys, oid 'hrorilo ulcers.
0 tetter, sealu hena, boi.3, eryalpelaa.
iTTTr eczema- we may prv, without; fear of
contradirtinn.that P. P. P. lathebort
C3 blood puritler In the vorld.and makes
t u itositlve. speedy and cerfflnentcurea
Cw- 1 In all caes.
Ladlea vhose systems are poisoner
and whose blood is in an impure condi
tion, due to menstrual irreKHlarfties,
are peculiarly benefited by tae won
derful tonio and biooij cieansinr prop
erties of P. P. P.-Prickly Ash, fusa
Eoot and Potassium.
Sprinofiklt), Mo., Aug. 14th, !.'?.
i enn sppfllt In the bihest tents or
yourmedioiae from my t.-n peisoui-l
Rnowled.ire. I was a Rented w iL hdari
disease, oitjurisv and rheumatism lo
fi5 85 years, was treated by the very bS
. phyblci'tns ana spent hundreds of doi
lars, tried everv iccowo remedy witi:
out finding relict. I have only taken
cheerfully say id lias done memi re
fooa tnan anvcn!T 71 nave ever canon.
can recommend vour medicine to all
suiter era of th above dieHea.
e;i'Ingfleid, Green County. Mo.
MHS, ftl. lhAKT.
SALE OP TOWN PROriBET.
By virtue of authority vested in me
under a judgment of the Superior Court
of Cabarrus county niais in the cause
Mary E. Groner vs. M J Peuny and Jno.
X Penny and Tobias Kestler, l will offer
at public auction to tne niguest umuer at
the court house door in Concord at 12 i
o'clock, noon, on Monday, the 20th day
of January, 1890, the same beiug JVou
day of out first week ot January Super
ior Court, 15C0. All that valuable town
lot, knovn as the old burton Groner lot,
situated on Main street, adjoining M A
Walter, the old llodgms corner, ana
others. Terms of sale, ($30) fifty dollars
cash down on day of sale and balance on
6 months note and approved security,
with interest from date ot uaie required.
JAMES C. GIBSOJM,
'"lerk Superior Court and Commissioner
This, December tO, 18D5.
Havioff been duly appointed and
qualified adra iiisf ator on tLo es
tate of the late Dr. Solomon Furr.
deceased, all porsoub holding claims
agaiust the said deceased Hre hereby
aotiiidd to present thuo to the rxa
dArsio'TiAd dulv au.hen(icted on
or before the SOthday of November,
1896, or this notice will be plead as
a bar to their recovery. Also all peri
sons owing said deceased are Boti
fled that prouipt payment is exs
L. M. Mobbisox, Administrator.
This, Nor. 19, 1895.
' . VIM l. A -Xi ..r'Fi i. M
IIigh Toixt, X. C, Dec
Lyon Mfy. Co., Brooklyn, 2T. Y.
Gentlemen: My horse bad a very larpa
knot on his fore leg about the knee joint,
or used by a strain. I used tv.ro or threa
Lotties of your Mexican Mustang Llnimont
and it wa3 soon all risht, and now would
cot take 250 for the horse.
Respectfully, GTJS BROWX.
For 10 years driver for Cox A; Co.,
Spoke and Uaudle il-jufaeturera.
Eeidstille, N. C, Dec. 6. 1804.
Lyon 2Tfg. Co., ISroolcltjn, A'. Y.
Gentlemen: I have used Mexican Mus
tang Liniment for rheumatism and found it
the only thing that did me good. I recom
mend it to all. Respectfully,
GEO. COBB, Carpenter.
"Went woktit P. O. , N. C. , )
Dec. 7, 1894. f
Lyon 31fg. Co., Brooklyn, X. Y.
Gentlemen: I consider Mexican Mustang
Liniment the first in the world. Have useu
it both on myself and also on my horses for
eprain3 and bruises. I recommend it to all
who have use for a liniment. .
J. II. CRADDOCK.
end Old Sores
.... j n
Art) entirely rimunil by I.1.P.
-Pr!ckly Ah. Pose P.oot and Potaa- if
f.iu.ii, the trcateit tlooU purlflur oa r!P
O.. Jnl7 2t,lM. J
Hessk! Lippman Bkos. , bavunuac.
Ga.: IiKAKbiKS-I tmuutit a Lottie of
your P. P. V. at Hot sirii;Ks,Ark.,and ifj
It hns done me more trmxl tuna tlireo
mom h' trearnieat at the Hot Sprlue.
Bend three buttles C. O. V. "tfa?
JAS. M. NKWTOS.
Aberdeen, Urown County, O. . iS
Cxipt. J. D. John.lov.
To all vhom it may ctmeern: I here-
tty t ;stify to the wonrlcrlul propiTties
of P. P. P. lor eruptions of t!io akin. 1
u:Tori.'l for several yearj with u un- '
Bii'luly aJ ditiiiRreeable eruption oo , E0
mv tace. I tri.id every known reuse-
dy but In vain.nntil P. P. P. waa used, CT
and am now entirely cured. j??t
(Siguwdby J.D. JOHX8T02T. fX.
flavannah, Ga. -f
Ktzfn CAnr Cured.
Testimony from the Mayor of SequinTex
Skqtttn, Tex., January 14, 193.
M:;ss:s. Lii'paAS linos., Bavannah,
Ga. : urttttemen I have tried your P.
P. P. fur a disease of the skin, usually
known as &l;in cnncer,of thirty yenrs
standing, and found prreat relief: It
purines the olood and removes all ir
ritation from the seat of the disease
and prevents any tnreadina of the
()fph. I have taken fiveor six bottles
and feel conlldeat that another course , f
me from l'!dl"Stion and Btomacii
troubles, i'ourj truly.
V. TJ. III!
ess & sikj rv :
ALL DKUC (
Haviusr. ibis the 18th day of No
vember 1895, been duly pppointed
and qualified as exeeu'or of the last
will aod testament of Airs, .alary u
lime, deceased. I hereby notify all
pf rfons indebted to the estate of
de (j , m k imajediate pay.
ment thereof to me. An 1 ail ner
soos having claims nsiiif t the da
ceased are hftre'oy notified to tre
sent thetd, du-y auihonticte 1, to
me for payment, on or bpforo the
18th day of November, 1S9G, or this
notice will be plead in bar of thtir
recovery. Hibam P. Foakd,
By virtue of authority vested in
me by a mortgage or deed in trust,
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