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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, July 05, 1895, Image 2

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"1 1 iJIMlii'ilii li iti'Miii'l-Tgri.lita, Ths Daily Standard BT JAMES P. COOK. OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING Thr) Standard is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivers ed by carriers- K&TES OF SUBSCRIPTION Oviu yenr Si 00 bix months... 2 00 Three months 1 00 .One month 35 Single copy 05 ADVEilTiSINa EATKS. Terats for regular advertisements mad-: "vr,n on application. Addrodd all communications to THE STANDARD, Concord. N. C. CONCORD, JUL l 5, 1895. everybod under arrest. This had the effect of quieting the crowd and inasmuch as tue oraer was not cars ried out, everybod went away happy On account of the verdict the fourth of July demonstration seems to have started in earley, for Bob Fitzsimmons friends are celebrating in the good old. fashioned way. The summing up of Attorney Frederick House, of Now Yoik, for the defense, was an eloquent effort and it took the jury but a short time to arrive at the verdict of acquittal. THE BRIDGE GAVE WAY Six Hundred Were ou It at the Time The Doctors Were ttilato'ry. Elkhart, Ind,, July 4. A terri ble accident occurred at Bristol, a small town six miles from this city late this afternoon. During the progress of, a boat race on the St. Joseph river, COO people were jam med on a three-span bridge. Dur- A review of business failures for toe fiiol &ix months of 1S05 publish ed in BraMreet's gives some inters esting and suggestive facts. It shows by cuup-rison cf the failures for the ihii quarter and those for the second nz depression in passing away. la ta. lirst thscj months of this ye;. the number of failures in tbc UnittiJ States was 3,812, while for the second quarter it was only 2,785, The liabilities for the first quarter were $10,910,443, against $32, 797, -412, for the second. Thr largest number of failures for the y-: is reported from the north we;H and is due in great measure to the failure of last year's crop in that tf;of i o:,- Tin- -howing on the whole is fav o --hh and the great falling off in t"-uiu; . j for the second quarter is a dv-'-'ik'dW hopeful sign. AiK'H'Ar evidence of business im pioy - ;n it is found in the increased cvV.-on of national banks and t-afc increase of their loans and dis-c-rUiiU. From July 1, 1894 to July 1, ; ::. J, national bank circulation in citoed $4,337,791. The loans and difceounts of national banks increased $43,000,000 from July IS, 1894 to May 7, 1895. This indicates a large restoration of confidence. -The indiyidual deposit innational bks are $13,000,000 greater than they were a year ago. The increase in the national bank reserve has also been large, figuring nearly up to $75,000,000. These are practical indications of business revival and assurances of better timeo to come. Atlanta Journal ing the finish of an exciting race and while the crowd was cheering tremendously the bridge gave way. The mass of humanity was precipe tated into the water, forty feet 1 below. As far as known at present J 38 received serioua injuries, aud H is j feared that niuny or them will die. Buchanan's Body on Show, New York, July 2. The body of Btcaanan, the wife murderer, is furnishing a free show to the mors bidly courioue. at undertaker Huhns, where it in open to view. Mrs Buchanan succeeded twice in entering the room and making a scene over the corpse, and was forcibly removed. The funeral oc curred at two o'clock this afternoon. OVERWORK i -INDUCED - Nervous Prostration Complete Recovery by the Use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla " Sumo years ago, as a result of too close attention to 'business, my health failed. I became weak, nervous, was unable to lock after my interests, and manifested all the symptom of a de cline. I took three "bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, began to improve at oneef 1 Luckily trie water was only live feet deep or many would have un doubtedly been drowned. Owing to the excitement and the rapid scattering of the injured by their friends, it will be some time this y:ar thai the bsi- 1 before a complete list of the injured can be obtained. Farmers and their families were present in large numbers, coming ir all soi ts of conveyances. Many of the farmers, as soon as their injured relatives and friends were eecurtJ, placed them in wagons and without waiting for the aid of physicians or leaving names, departed for their homes. It is believed that many injured were tsken away in this manner and that some of them will die. The complete list of the dead and injured will at all events not be known for a week. -The town has only three physicians and one of them was so badly hurt that he could give no assistance. The other two utilized the telephone in sum moning aid and it was nearly half an hour befoie they turned their. attention to the injured. and gradually increased my weight from one hundred and twenty - live 1o two Hiundred pounds. Since then, I and my family have used this medicine when needed, and we are all in the best of health, a fact which we attribute to Ayer's Sarsaparilla. T believe my chil dren would have been fatherless to-day had it not bt en for Ayer's Sarsaparilla, of which preparation' I cannot sny too mueh."-ir. O. Uinson, Postmaster and Planter, Kinard's, S. C. Ayer's 3 Sarsaparilla RECEIVING ME0AL AT WORLD'S FAIR, i AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's BIllsT That is an interesting letter Rev. J O Alderman, of the Baptist church, writes the Biblical Recorder. Fit zsimiiioiis Acquitted. Si.acusE, N. Y.,. July 3. Bob Fitzsimmons, the weJlknown pugis list, who has been on trial here for a week past on tho charge of being responsible for the death of his late sparring partner, Con Riordan, is free. Shortly after 8 o'clock tonight the jury filed in before a crowded court room and after they had answered to their names, ' 'Not Guilty." Immediatley a tremendous cheer went up. Such a boisterous demon stration has not been seen 'in the Onoodaga County Court house in many years. County Judge Ross pounded with hia gravel in vain for order and finally commanded the sheriff and his deputies to put IM'l Yon Eyer Try Electric Bitters as a remedy lor your troubles ? If not get a bottle now and get relief. . This medicine has been found to be pes culiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints, ex erting wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the or gans. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, Melanoholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need- Health and strength are guaranteed by its use- Large bottles only 50 cents at Fetzer's urug store' ill mm Mr i Lightning- Strikes a Church. Cordova, Md., June 30 Dur ing a heavy thunder storm at 11:30 this morning lightning struck the rear end of the Baptist Church, which was well filled, inflicting considerable damage and severely shocking the congregation. The horse shed adjoining the church also received a heavy shock, and Arvel Randeli, a young farmer, and two horses were instant ly killed. A Household Treasure. D W Fuller, of Canajuhaiie, N. Y., eays that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use: that he would not be without it if pro curable. C A. Dykeman, druggist, Catskill. N. Y., say8 that Dr. King's New Discovery is undouctedly the oest cougii remedy; that he has J .l : i- - e . ubou it m ma iamny ior eiernt vears. and it has never failed to do all t hat h claimed for it. Why not try a rrr ,BV A0D tnea ana tested. iTial bottles free at Fetzer's Drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE GINGHAMS, OUTING CLOTHS, PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,? AND2SA.LT BAGS, D- DEALERSIIN GENER I IRC1IISE BUYERS OF of u Mi AND Four foot wood;Salvays wanted best prices for same. We invite an inspections of aU; the goodsirwa Hunufactur i THE RACKET STORE Just Think of It-We; Save You Money on Nearly Every Purchase You Make. o Musquito netting 5c yd White clucking for ladies and children suits at 10c yd. White checked nainsook 5 cents uj). English long cloth at 15c yd Crinoline Jc yd, whalebone dress stays c bunch. 15c rubber lined shields 10c. Machine thread 3c. 28 inch colored sliirting 4c yard. Special line of ladies black and colored hose at 10c worth 15c. Gents hermsdorf black seam less sox at 12c. Washable Windsor ties 5c Silk 41 " 15c New lot of dress trimmin laces just in. Aluminum hair pins 10 c dozen. Silver or black belt and skirt pins only 2c Castile soap 2c, batter milk soap 5c. t One package of 12 boxes of matches for 10c. hoe blacking lc. New lot of closing fans 5c up including feather fans at 32 and 45c. Job lot of gentsk and boys linen collars 5 and 6i cents. THE RACKET. p. !j.sbostian;profr 1 I r - I " ."'if 4'ri

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