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DURHAM KC. U.S.A. VEf
High Grade Tobasso
I rrtin Jjm kHOllvllIe.
Tho$f children-who were roaming
or the streets this (Wednesday)
moraine wearing United Sta'rs
:ivT uniforms are from Juckson
r.lie, Fla.. so. Master Bennie Her
niui, tr," voungest one, saya. When
aiiicd wiure they were going from
this place, the little fellow stated
th-T would live here. There are six
in the crowd and are camp-id just
Mov town on the Charlotte road.
1 or Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth Dg Syrup his
tern used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
thing, with perfect success.
It so thtb the child, softens the
:jej, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drnggiats in every part of the
world, Twenty five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for -'Mrs. Winslow's
Soobing Syrnp," and take no other
u r ilicm .tleet.
Superintendent C-E McCluer, of
tte Hell Telephone Company, was
in the city today (Wednesday) to
meet and confer with the subscribers
Lp company have in this city. It
decided by seven out of seven
teen to have the Magneto 'phone
taken out and the Battery trans-
Kilters placed. The Magneto phone
U with a watch receiver and
ttoon transmitter, which are very
'satisfactory to maily.
The Magneto 'phone cost $20 per
year for private residences and 530
fcrbatmess houses. The .Battery
traLsmitters cost 831 and 10 per
Tear. Several are considering the
matter and will probably take the
Hii.M Tumbling Down.
About o'clock this (Wednesday)
to'jHi Tig while the masons were
; Mission church, a brick
'J ;'i ft-, in Coleburg ou South
ret the scaffold, which
fastened in the brick, was too
k(a? causing the whole top part
Use structure to tumbledown,
throwing three workmen, Eli
uadv, Walter Alexander and
Uhu: Ury, all colored, to the
ro,Jnd, a distance of about 40 feet,
tacadv was right badly hurt, but
Lot family. The other two received
TerJ slight bruises, besides the jar
sed by the sudden stop. Whether
DJonc :.8 buried beneath the debris
Mpror.ably be knbwn when the
U cleared away.
, ifJrc rrow ia"Fderal Memorial
4 k j hi j wi
NEXT WEEK AT MT. PLEAS
ommeueemeiit KxereUes will
He on-seuntor Jnvl Will Npoak
I'K'IMrHtioHH are Making.
Sunday morning next, ai 11
o'clock Key. E A Wingard, D. D.,
willpnach the baccalaureate ser
mon. Dr. Wingard enjoys the re
putation of being one of the most
eloquent pulpit orators in the South.
All through the week interesting
exercises will be held. Tnesday Ex
StDaior Jarvis delivers the annual
address. There will be exercises
every morning, afternoon and night
from Sunday morning until Wednes
day night, inclusive.
On Wednesday morning the
graduating class of the College de
liver their orations; at 8 in tue even
ing the senior clase of Mt. Amoeaa
Seminary hold their graduating ex
orcises. The largest crowd for years is ex
pected. The people ara making
preparations to entertain all that
come and one of tte most enjoyable
seasons is awaiting all.
Sot FiioukIi ltoom.
The most miserable accommoda
tions at a depot on the Southern
Railway are at our own staiion.
There are two rooms, one for the
whites and one for the colored. At
least, th;s is generally understood.
Many times everything is crowded.
This (Wednesday)morning the situa
tion was unpleasant to say the least
of it. Seyeral colored people were
to go oif on the north-bound train;
about a four-horse wagon load went
down to see them off. They took
charge of the colored waiting room
in part and the white waiting room
entirely. Several white ladies were
forced to remain on the outside and
do the best they could.
The Standard speaks of this
without prejudice to call attention
to two matters that , ought to be
remedied. First, this thing of a
car-load ol people following a half
dozen departing freinds is both
unnecessary and causes confusion at
the depot. Second, the accommoda
tions at the depot are not what
they ought to be nor what the town
deserves. The rooms are entirely
too small. They should be enlarged
and fitted np exactly alike with all
conyeniences and comforts and then
have it understood that one is for
one race and the second for the
other; and this arrangement should
be enforced. When this is done
without prejudice or favor as pers
taining to the equipments of the
rooms there can not possibly be any
trouble to ayoid what is oftentimes
very inconvenient and unpleasant.
At all other places of any size
there are two rooms and there is not
a shadow of a doubt who is to occupy
them. Here the accomodations are
poor and no concern is giyen to
which room: the traveling public
occupy, by the ticket agent.
If ihe railroad company would
give Concord a decent and suitable
passenger depot; and the ticket
agent be Up to ana a they require
such officers elsewhere, there would
be no room for complaint by either
Col. Hhimpock Net Critic!.
Mr. C G Heilig, of Mt. Pleasant,
tells a Standard reporter that Col.
John SbimpockV condition ie -not bo
critical as reported. Hir affliction
is a serious one, however, and is
paralyzed only in one leg. Col.
Shimpock is up and iff very bright
and cheerful, we ar glad to learn.
CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY,
DIVORCES BY DEPOSITION.
Ciller . I notice Fuller Daughter Se
en res a V.'ril in Chieaso.
Chicago, May 25. Pauline Ful
ler Aubrey, danghttr of the Chief
justice ot the United States, has es
tablished apiecedent in divorce pro
ceedings for W'-ich all future fair
and sensitive plaintiff will heartly
thank her. Mrs. Aubrey's idea is
divorce by deposition. Today she
obtained a divorce from Judge
Morton without even haviDg been
inside the court room. During the
entire progress cf the case sne has
been in Washington.
The husband, James Matthew
Aubrey, Jr., admitted that he was a
drunkard and a cruel husband. There
was plenty of eyidence to corroborate
his statement. The town was as
tonished six years ago when Pauline
Fuller eloped wi n young iubrey.
There was no parental opposition,
but they eloped for the romance of
the thing, Aubrey is studying for
the stage. New Lork World.
Will Attend the l'niverlty Vain
On next Tuesday a delegation of
our charming misses will leave for
Chapel lull to be present at the
commencement exercises of that
institution under the care of Col.
and Mrs. P B Means, the party
being composed of Misses Fannie
Rogers, Kate, Belle, Pauline and
Maoel Means, Ages Moss, .Elizabeth
Gibson, and probably others who
Free 111 In.
Send your address to H E Buck
len & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, A trial will convince vou of
their merits. These pills are easy
in action and are particularly ef
fective in the cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria
and Liver troubles they have been
proved invalurble. Theyare guaran
teed to be perfectly free from eyery
deleterious substance and tc be
purly vegetable. They dc not weak
en by their a3tion, but by giving
tone to stomach and bowels greatly
invigorate the system. Regular size
25c. per box. Sold at Fetzer's
Rev. W. T. Walker Dead.
News was received here this morn
ing of the death of "Re?. WT Walker,
which occurred last night at 8
o'clock at his residence near Brown
Summit, Funeral services will take place
tomorrow at 11 o'clock at Hines'
Chapel at which place will also be
Mr. Walker was a prominent fig.
ure in the prohibition movement
several yars ago He became a
resident of Greensboro about 1880
or '81. SoOn afterwards tie was
nominated as a candidate? of hi
party for; mayor of the city ; there
was a hot campaigr, bat' he'wns del
In 1888 he became the prohibi
tion nominee of bis party forGover
nor and made a canvass of the State.
He was a ready dtbator, well posted,
aggressive and lea much weight- to
trie movement. He was defeated
however, and some time afterwards
sold his residence in town1 and pur
chased a. farm near Brown Summit,
where be has since resided..
His health has been poor for some
time and death wa dot unexpected.
Clear weather tomorrow..
MAY J:), 1S95.
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