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TRAMPED BY A HORSE,
BY JAJiKS F. I'OOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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CONCORD, JFNE 1, 18D5.
i: llVSll A n SKCKSSOK.
The Washington Post suys that
t'ae opiuion is quite generally enter -U'HiL'J
in jflici:l circles that Attor
ney General Olney will be appointed
:i';:.nf. Scer:r:rvship of State.
Hi.--: Lii'vie of pending inter
national 'luestiuns, with which he
has no .ltcle io do as the adviser of
Preiidc.it Cit-veland and Secretary
Gresham, i.t oi-u suests him as a
jni.ii tinted for the important port
folio, and a high official last
night siid he regarded the ap
pointment of Mr. Olney to the Sec
retaiyship ad a foregone conclu
sion. Fe eaid that the Attorney
General had been consulted at
every step almost in the diplo
matic negotiations of the present
adrninishation; and was thoroughly
familiar with all phases of the
pieties yet to h- settled. Vn
;,jug,', :s tUt, v ile i)robably i
not in the least ambitious for further
political honors, Mr. Olney would
welcoir.-? the chane of duties which
3uch a promotion would bring.
If Mr. Oiney should become sec
retary cf State it is considered quit
likely that another New Yorker wii
b-c c..:V into the Cabinet in the p i -
3on of the distinguished lawyer, Mr.
J C Carter, whj, it is said, would
Accept the Attorney Generalship for
the resuming two years of Mr.
Cleyel.r:J.s term,- Kalcigh News
I e: Moines, la., May dv. Farm
era in the central part of the Slate
are miv;h alarmed over the discovery
of sural! swarms of seventeen year
locusts. They are similar to the
rceustj v. 'iich devasted the western
:'.j.iu eevciitttn years ago and
ha e til-.' chaiaeifiSlic mark, a let
ter k'Vr' on each wing.
A Frightened Animal Daslieh Into a
Crowd of Children.
Philadelphia, May 31. The moat
terrifying and exciting runaway
that has ever occurred in Philadel
phia ook place this afternoon dur
ing a flg raising at the Emerald
primary schcol, on Emerald street
above Susquehanna avenue. A mad
dened horse dashed through a crow J
of adults and little children, and
trampled nineteen of the latter uns
der foot. Providentially no one
The exercisea incident, to the 11 ig
raising attracted about 2,000 people
tothe front of the school. A stand
had been erected on the pavement,
on which were gentlemen taking
part in the ceremonies. The chiN
dren of the school were grouped in a
semicircle around tiie Staud, and the
balance of the crowd were packed
la the street behind the children.
Suddenly a ternfjing cry " came
the people on the edge of the crowd
anu there was a wild rush for safety.
Tearing down upon the ciowd at the
top of its speed was a horse with a
boy upon its bacK, The people
opened and scattered as best they
could to give the frigh.eued animal
the highway, but the crowd was too
dense to get out of th way in time,
and the hTrse plunged into the
OJldSt Of the children grouped
around in the stand.
The shrieks of the little ones as
they were trampled under foot aud
the screams of their agonized par
ent3 were heartrend'ng. Just in
front of the stand the horse stum
bled and fell over the prostiate
bodies of the children th it bad been
beaten to the street, before the ani
mal could arise a dozen men had
thrown themselves upon hjm.-aiul
he'd nim , until he eecame quite.
The greatest confusion followed.
The freighttned parents of the ehih
ren aud the onlookers gnthred up
and carried away the children
that had been hurt. The majority
of those injured were selYermK from
cuts and bruises and how badly
many of them were hurt it is impos
sible to say, as they were taken. di
rectly to their homes. The names
of nineteen children who haa been
cut and bruised by the horse's hoofs
were obtained by the police.
Jacob Ernest, the boy who was
riding the horse, and was thiown
when the animal fell, had his arm
broken and was taken to the hos
pital, and Mrs. William Rogers, the
wife of a director of the scholl, had
her ankle broken. Krnest had had
the horse in a bi icksmith shoo being
shod and just as ho mounted him
the animal took fright and ran
To (lie if iz'iis ol imo il .
We will visit your premies on our
jarutary duties, and all such not
fo'Hid in good sanitary condition,
wdl be rep ji ted to the mayor and
iranauts issued for vour arrest
Take warning and save cast.
J. L. Bog EK 1
0 w.TT1,, r Policemen,
S. C. 1 1SHEU J
T icks iiville. Fia., May 30 -Judgu
Croni .v ill Gibbons, of the City Crim
inal court, to-day ordered the re
lru.se of all prisoners serving sen
tences in thecounty jail for carry
ing concealsd weapons or shooting
at another. This is because Govern
nor Mitohftll yesterday set aside the
sentences imposed on Banker Mar
vin for a like oSfense, Judge Gib
bons says as the Govenor interfered
for the banker, he intends to inter
fere for the prisoners without mons
y About twenty prisoners will be
released- Gibbons also states that
be will make penalties liht heres
THUS TEE'S SALE.
By virtue of authority vested in me by a
deed in trust or mortgage executed on
the 2:jrd day of January, 1'.', by Kufus
Peacock and wife, which mortgage is
duly recorded in Register's office lor Ca
barrus county in Book t, p'-igc I
will sell for cash, to the highest bidder,
at the court house- door in Concord, on
Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1 one
tract of land in No.S township, ml joining
ED Lent., Wit Kindley, audy fchoe
and others, containing 111 acres, more
W. K. Kindley, Trustee,
By W. M. mith, Atty.
This, May 1st, lb!).".
By virrue of a Deed-in -Trust executed
to me by Kobert Bose, March 9th, 181)2,
which deed-in-trust is recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds for Cabar
rus county, in Record of Mortgages Xo.
0, pages ISO and 181, I will sell at public
auction, for cash, at the Court House
door in Concord, N. C on the 3rd day of
June next, 6 acres and 81 square poles
near the coporate limit of Mt. Pleasant,
N. O., and will be sold to satisfy said
deed-in -trust. May 2nd, 1895,
NOT A SICK DAY
For Over Thirty Years!
RESULT OF USING
"Ayer's Cathartic Pills for over thirty
years have kept ma in good health,
never having had a sick day in all that
time. Before I was twenty I suffered
alm.Kst continually as a result of con
Ktipation from dyspepsia, headaches,
neuralgia, or ho' Is and other eruptive
diseases. When I became convinced
rni TP D AP1TT r -r
d nst a niim ui id-we Sa '
You Money on Nearly
tliat nino-t.-uths nf uy troubles worn
caused by rmt ipathm, L bt-an tlie n.s
of Ajrr's I'd Is, with the most satisfac
tory results, never having a single
attack that iid imt readily yield to this
remedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid for years, also began to use
Ayer's Tills, and her health was quickly
restored. With my children I had no
ticed that nearly all their ailments were
preceded by constipation, and 1 soon
h;id the pl.-aure of knowing that with
Children as Tith parents, Ayer's Tills,
if taken in season, HVcl'l all danger of
sicknes." II. Wkttstkix, Byron, 111.
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla Strengthens the System.
Kailroad (ial .
North Caroiina Grand Loljie
F. vS. A. M., Oxfo: 1, N. C.
on sale June 21th and 25th, final
limit June 20th, 1S'J5. Continuous
passage in ea
Commencement exercises Davidi
son Coiloe, Davidson, X C.
Tickets on sale June to i:Jth,
inclusive, final limit June 15th,
1805. Continuous passage in each
direction. Fare for round trip 1 80.
State Grand Lodge I. O. of G. S.
& 1). of S., Wilmington, X. C.
Tickets on sale June 10th and lltb.
u'rnd limit June 15th, 1805. Cons
tinuous passage in each direction.
Fare for round trip via Greensboro
$10, via Goldsboro $11 CO.
XorthCarolina Teachers Assembly
Morchead City, X. C. Tickets on
sale June 15th to July 1st, inclusive.
Limit July 20ch, 1805. Fare fcr
round trip including membership !
coupon $11 05.
It ii t ii leu 's A rim n a v'.
The Best Salve in tK'e world for
Cuta, Bruises, Sorcg, Ulcers, Salt
Iihetim, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cmts per
box. For sale at P. Ii. Fetzer's Drug
The single-ttibe"tire of the Columbia
bicycle has conquered. It has proved
itself the speediest, most elastic, most
durable, and most AAA
you the simplicity J $110 I
and merit of this 1UU
ideal tire. It is the J of Hartfordst
regular equipment of $80 $60 $50
all bicycles we sell. frwv w vww4
Catalogue telling of all models of Columbian
and Hartfortls is free if you call, puli in
formation about tires for the asking.
G. L 'PATTERSON, AGENT,
' CONCORD, N. C.
Side combs 1(' cents, coin v
llamnants of percal 0 i-.t
per yard, just the thins for
shirt waist shirts.
Four pound feather pillows
The greatest bargains in la
dies umbrellas ever uttered
the xeoPle Concord.
Ladies gauze- vests o cents.
Fast black seamless hose L
Silk mitts lfx to 4Sc, gloves
5c to 48'., lisle gloves and
mitts 10c up.
Summer corstts i5e
V)g lot of oil window
Curtain poles 221 cents.
Lace curtains OSc per pair.
Sox 5c to 45c per pair.
AcW lot of fans k u).
Washable Windsor ties r.
Washable 4 in hand ties
Black silk belts with buck
Kid hair curlers 5c.
Ladies shirt waiste buttons
sets 25 to (58 cents.
Silver belt buckles 25c up.
Fercal shirts at 40c.
White shirts at 25c up,
Percal shirt waiste 50c.
Percal bonnets 25c,
Ladies muslin underwear
less than you can have it
57 inch bleached table linen
at 40c yd.
Five cent ink at 3 cents.
Three tin cups for ft cents.
THE RACK E i
D. J. BOSTIAN, PROP'R