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THE DAILY STANDARD,
CONCORD, N. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 1.1S95.
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NEARLY 5100,000,000 NCW. 1 A JOCKEY'S NECK. BROKEN.
,,, r!nn Tomorrow.
ement exercises were
North Carolina College
r br an entertainment by
I.- rfr1 '
village is overflowing
viti't-jr? who have gathered
r ,ir ?he occasion.
"r. C 'v '
"loQkt lit 8 o'clock the calls-
L-Vf'rcisea win latve piace at
m ua Seminary.
tomorrow, at 11 o ciock
.-,h tacc:i!auieate sermon will be
i-fsch?'.! by Rey. E A Wingard, of
Giambi. S, C, one of the grand
r;' sr. 1 most eloquent pulpit orators
x vath has yet produced.
Monday morning the medal con
.jst in declamation takes place at
Tuesday morning Hon. Thomas J
Jsrvii will address the literary so
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
c;Iock, Kev. A L Yount, of Penn-.-vlvania,
will make the annual ad.
drv:S before the alumni
TneUy night at 8 o'clock the
;;:;fH- ladies of Mt. Amuma will
render their annual concert.
Iiirkover Threw Ilek Corbley Yester
day on the Pit. Atmph Truek Cause
of the Accident.
Washimgton, May 31. "Dick"
Hie Gold Iteserve Climb Over the
909,000,000 Mark, the FIrt Time
Washington, May 21. For the
first time since December ICth last Corbley, 24 years old, jockey for
the gold reserve has climed above Frank Wier, the turfman, had his
the 00,000,000 mark. At the date 'neck broken during the last race at
named it dropped from $101,303,810 the St. Asaph, Va., race track this
to $96,751,427 and continued to afternoon. Corbley was riding
drop to February 12th when itlKirkoyer, who at the time, was
stood at $41,340,181, Then it was running sixth in a five furlong dash.
that the hrst payment was made by As the horses made the turn at
I Sinlflrn Death.
I'rof. C L T Fisher, of Mt.
x s a Seminary, lost his fine bay
horse this (SaturdayJ noon,
li s team was sent to this city to
Etfet the 11 o'clock train and on its
arrival at Mt. Pleasant returning?
the horse took suddenly sick and
It was a fine steed, valued at
: . l
Old people who require medicine
:: regulate the bowels and kidneys
w-Il nd the true remedy in Flectnc
Hitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains n3 whiskey
rcr ether intoxicant, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildy
on the btomach and bowles, adding
strength and giving tone to the
crg&ae, thereby adding nature in
the performance of the functions
r ketric Bitters is an excellent ap-
pether and aide digestion. Old peo
pic find it jast exactly what they
need. Price 50c. per bottle 0
Feuer's Drug etore.
.'Tisr From mm Woutd.
Mr. L A Hipp, of Paw Creek, is
about to answer a roll-call from on
:.h. He is dying from the ejects
of a wound reoeiyed in the war.
When wounded forty-two pieees of
tui! were taken from his chest and
-nonlder. It is thought that a
rieee of bone working its way out is
the cause of his present condition.
the bond syndicate, the contract for
that issue having been made on the
8th of the mont'i.
The reserve firs reached the $90,
the home stretch, Kirkover fell, and
two other horses, Charley R, and
May Irwin, fell over him, and conse
quently upon the unfortunate
000,000 mark March 4th, and re- jockey, Corblev, whose neck was
mained at about that figure until
April 2Gth, when it touched $91,-
176,251. Since that time it has
steadily increased until May 28th,
when the figure representing th re
serve was $98,2G3,533. Today the
reserve amounted to $99,048,872, a
gin f $785,339.
K"hen Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
Alien she was a Child, she cried for Castorla..
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorli.
When she had Children, she gave them CastorU.
To Leave Albemarle.
A Standard reporter has been
told of a business change to take
place at an early date. Dr. Kent
Blair of Albemarle, has purchased
the stock of the drug firm of
Murphy & Atkinson, of Charlotte,
and will a soon as preparations can
be madf move his Albemarle busi
ngs t) Charlotte, where he will be
ccme a resident and business man
of tha place,
Two LJen Nave.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
it?, 111., was told by her doccors
had consumption and that there
rs no hope for her, but two bottles
f Pr, King's New Discovery com
pletely cueed her and she says it
?hvM her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
v Florida St. San Fransisco
:!ered from a dreadful cold, ap
rr aching Consumption, tried with--t
result everything else then
: . ughtone bottle of Dr. King's
Vw Discovery and in two weeke
cured. He is naturally thank
? -il. It is such results, of which
: -t.se. are samples, that proye the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine
- coughs and colds. Free trial
unties at Feizer's Drug store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
Weventh Ancti versary .
The Standard is in receipt of an
inyitation to attend the seventh an
niversary service of the Rey. S T
Hallman, pastor of Holy Trinity
English Lutheran church, Augusta,
Ga., which will be celebrated tomor
row, June 2, 1895. Rev. Hallman
Is pleasantly remembered here. It
was under his administration that
St. James Evangelical Lutheran
hurch, of this city, Tas erected,
x he Standard regrets its inability
to attend the services on thi3 occa
A Race, If-orne mrf Hack In 6.
Thursday evening Mr. John
Cook, of St. John's, went to Heilig's
Mill in No. 6 township, and hitched
his horse, which was to a hack, to a
tree above the mill near the race.
After Mr. Cook had left him, the
horse became frightened, rearing
and jumping, turning the hack top
side do n in the race, breaking the
shaft and ssinning his leg in
several places. No eerioos damage
was done, however. It is a
wonder that the horse was not
drowned, which probablv would
have been, had not the harness got
caught on a stump, which held the
horse between it and the race.
broken and he died instantly. Geo.
McLaughlin, who rode Charley R,,
had his collar bone fractured. Pan h
one of the horses running close be
hind KirKover, came jostled by the
accident and a little further down
the stretch he too fell, afad broke his
leg. He was afterwards killed.
Corbley, who was from New Jer
sey City, was carried to jhe house of
Frank Wier, who lives near the
track. McLaughlin was removed
to Washington hospital.
The accident is supposed to have
been due to the poor condition of
the track, which is dotted with
small dangerous holes.
For Over Firty Tears.
Mrs. Winelow's Sooth'ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of .mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soDthes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drugreriats m every part of the
world. Twenty five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's
Soohing Syrnp," and take no other
The Rockingham Rocket says that
last Saturday a colored woman in
Wolf Pit township, Richmond
county, got her baby to sleep, laid it
on the bed, and left the house, leav
two children, aered three and five
years, playing about the yard. Soon
after she left, the two children one
her own and the other a neighbor'g
got upon the bed with the baby and
beat, bit and pinched it to death, no
grown person being near enough to
hear its cries and go to the rescue.
When the mother and neighbors had
found the baby dead, dressed and
laid it out, the two little savages
who had killed' it made repeated
efforts to get at the body and farther
mutilate, and had finally to be car
ried from the house.
F.njclanrt Ats Promptly.
London, May 31. Three British
warships have been ordered, to Jid
dah, tne seaport of Mecca, with
orders to investigate the circum
stances of the killing of the British
yic consul at that place and the
wounding of the British consul, the
Russian consul and the French con- Steamer Norman, of Menominee,
sular secretary by a band of Bedou- , opposite Middle Island. The Nor
ins and also to protect the lives and 'many sank immediately. The cook,
propertj of foreigners. ' wheelman and firemaa were drowned.
Rev. Go Vitidlcatert;
Saratoga N. Y., May 31. Rr.
Wm. R Goss, expelled by the New
York Methodist Conference, was
triumphantly vindicated on every
point by the judicial conference last
night, at Saratoga, consisting of
Bishop Andrews and a court of
21 ministers from New England,
Troy and Vermont conferences
Drowned in n CoIIImIou.
Alpina, Mich., May 31. During
a heavy fog last night, the Canadian
steamer Jock, bound down with
lumber, collided with the steel
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