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Whole NO. 1,22
JUSTICE JACKSON DEAD.
.,, from yesterday.)
ic case of money.
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Jurist lacs Aivny AM or a l.ns-Pr
Nashville, Teen., Aug. S Howell
Edmunds Jackson, associate justice
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tban one standard,
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in either without States, died at 2 p. in. at hia resi.
ve o.Me or the other.! douce at West Meade, six miles from
tod is higher or
thin city, aged G3. Judge Jackeon
ullJC1 ,AJj had teen m failing health for seyeral
Xt.5l ,dl jviv meats will , yearg bnt u hag b Qny jn
, , :.r -r.rst standard.!, . .
1 I last nine months that the progress
.:n i; -::u'Y and dear - AU , .
J Of thfi UlEP.ISi1 HP ran hn f;i;p ma
,is and payments . "
year he went on a lengthy trip to
'; the far West in search of health.
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;ap money. The
i U'o out of circula
:i ccLiiiioditv to be
.'; ;i terms 0f the attr e Welil to Thomasyille, Ga.,
There will in that ' where it wao hoped the n.ild and
;u-en that every at-ti-e
;;.Iure. Where two
h tried, it rarev
j bracing; climate would restore his
vigorous constitution. The trip
did him little good and after a time
he was brought home.
At his old home, surrounded iy
I U.at they had the j gcened e oved so well. Jude
.Jackson seamed to improve steadily
until he went to Washington to sit in
the second hearing of the income tax
case. He stcod that trying trip fairly
well and after his return
to lose strength rapidly. lie was
afllicted with a complication of dis
eases which it was impossible to fight
oft'. Nevertheless Judge Jfckson
did not take to his bed until eight
days ago. Since that time his fami
llg and friends realized that the
end was near and his death today
was not unexpected.
The news of Judge Jackson's
death caused general sorrow in the
city where he was so well known and
The arrangements for the funeral
haye not been fully completed, but
it is known tha' it will take place
H-' v considerable
;:: Sometimes the one
P 'p-u'v-u, and at other
t -;nuard. prevailed,
;f thi- country being
o: . L-' basis of the lowest
or.: ( our.try adopted the
f . ,.: , the standard was
k- ' iii-' .r:i:io of the value
'ii- vni-.u- of silver 15 to
X H it 4t i cr fijne France bad
rvJ - ru1.;-.) to 1. The result
: ..i .. j vcvtd give a pound
t. J)r liiu-cn pounds of ilyer
h this eouii'.rv, when he could take
z: to France and get fifteen and one
p.Vf izw. At. for it. Ten thousand
tA:i worth of gold would buy ten
jthouiunu dollars worth of silver in
Ithi.? country, or would purchase
;lfi.:'' in France, making a dif-f-.v:.ce
of percent. The result
pii thut th i lusinees of this conn
j try was done on a silver basis, and
!' ratio 15 to 1 proved a failure.
I ':t ratio wag changed to
j - to ! by uiaking the gold dollar
I' M " S;:,ce that time, although
: cj;ui:rj h; s been fii a gold basis,
. ' fmu ; uut the ratio 10 to 1
I v-s 'tilnr- For that reason thy
j , pt -ri: rf the United States made
V:'(' ;; -jjie g-jid standard to prevail
:;: '- thir ccur irj .
I 1 'if: addEtaiie in favor of the
: i: itand-rd 13 that an element of
ubt tad uncertainty is eliminated
tradiij and commercial trans
&CLion3. All values are measured
J th, i3amt standard. All contracts
I cade and iulfilled in accordance
- standard. Invests
' i a:ade with less fear
IF THE SWITCH IS BUILT
BY THE RAILROAD,
It i the deliberate opinion of the
St. Louis Republic that Secretary
Morton of the Agricultural Depart
ment is evidently a man who lies
awake of nights thinking of new
schemes by and with which to
arouse the opposition of the practi
His latest challenge ana defiance
ia an order cutting off the supply of
garden seeds which statesmen have
been wont either to forward to their
constituents or sell to eome enter
prising fiorist m the national capital.
It is not th? speculator, ho .yor,
who objects most strenuously to the
cutting oh! of the supply, The most
prolonged and agonizing wail is from
'' L '--I' :e 'but one standard, i the rural members of Congress who
u tberv i3 )Xlt one standard ! hliSe or yeurs ueen niaking: and
!"Pt"' ' x.ttorc i i) Jhiirnra .-ot,,,nf t..i-u I keenincr theraaelve8- solid with the
leaders in their pivotal townships
and counties by a judicious distri
bution of garden seeds. These de
clare that Mr. Morton is an enemy
in disguise and that he has started
out with the deliberate intention cf
lauenoe m me iuture
.squill ( oiuurU Looking upif ttic I
ISailroad Boos itn Duty All Will Sif?
Ii n filv Mr. i iuvpmaii Will lluild j
so m e d uy a a i n ce T 11 k S t a js d a r d j
told of an ulort being made to get j
the Directors of the North Carolina j
Railroad to ran a truCK from depot !
to fir grounds. This was the con j
dition for the erecting of a cotton!
mil! there by some of the stockhol
holdcrs of the fair and by others.
Ir. T Chapman, who owns con
siderable property near there, says if
the switch line is built that he can
O V il TfTllI '.!.. r v..- v-. v i- .-v . 4- I
mriii itiiDC a u,uuJiiij LU CK'Ut U
mill on his property. We are not at
liberty to tell all we know about
this, bin it is ab-oiuldy certain that
if the railroad runs a line into the
Fair grounds not only one hut two
cotton mills will be erected.
Will thn P l? :, h'vT v-?r
ing us and itself ?
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GIVING THESE THINGS A WAY WITH
$ ! -. .it t ' , i i ! u i'r uron r3 in ro nn
n - - v4j- -,i :iA,iivUC 111 9IUC
I tJ' :-ari '-d3 to reap big rewards
txpeiLge-bf the public. The
undard cannot be nsed to fos-
1 of money dealers.
ne standard should be maJe
i 3 loanable as possible. Gold so
eepma to have offered the hest
I ter:u' for standard of value.
woit enlightened and progress
"l?e Nations have adopted wW iH
. own as the gold standard. The
-Fon of the gold standard seems
' h-ve teen one of those steps which
. always indicated that the world
vancing instead of retreating in
antries witn the great seats
(Continued on second page.)
wrecking the Democratic party.
There is some regret connected
with thiB move of the Secretary.
The members of Congress elected on
last year's tidal wave and its results
cannot begin the new propagation
of new vegetable growths in their
districts. We believe that with the
proper encouragement and cultiva
tion'sadh members as Mr. Prttchard
might grow a new style of cabbage
head in hie mountain climate, and
Marion Bn ler, with a few seed well
spread, breed a new variety of squaeh
in the Sampson bottoms.
Resolutions by the Firoi:ion.
At a regular nioi aly meeting
of the Concord lit ie. and Reel coins
pany No. 1 held August filh, 1895,
The following resolutions were
Whereas, It has pleased the Su
preme Being ot the Universe to re
move from our midst our late chief,
Jno. W Fink, and,
Whereas, The intimate relations
long held by the deceased, with the
members of this company, render it
proper that ve should place cn
record. our appreciation of his ser
vices as our Chief and his merits as
Resolved, by the Concord Hose
and Reel Company No 1, that
while we bow with humble submit
sion to the will of the Mo.-t High,
we do not mourn the less, because
he has been called frotn his labor to
Resolved, That in the death of J
W Fink, this company loses a member
who was always - active and zealovs
in his work as a firemen, prompt
to advance the interest of the cotn
pany,deyoted to its welfare and pros
perity; one who was wise in counsel
and 'fearless m action; an honest and
upright man, whose virtues endeared
him rot only to the members of the!
company but to all of hi.: fellow
Resolyed, That this company ten
der its heartfelt sympathy to the i
family and relatives of our deceased
member in their sad hflliction.
Resolved, That these resolutions
be printed in the Concord Daily
Standard, and that they be entered
upon the minutes of the company
and that a copy of same be sec t to
the family of the deceased.
Y. C. Caldwell,
J. V. Stiller,
H. P. De&ton,
W. W. Deaton, Secretary.
FEMALE. ACADEM Y.
The 94th Annual S"sion begins September 5th
1895. Register for Ust y.ear shows more than 500
persons under instruction during the year. Spe
cial features: the development of Health, Char
acter and Intellect., Buildings thoroughly remod
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and
Post Graduate Depajrtnwnts, .besides first-chss;
schools m Music Art, Languages; Commercial'
and Industrial Studies. 1 ' ' 7
J. H. CLEWELL, Rrincipal, Salem, N. C. ,
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