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GCAJLOLD, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1805..
n Assistant Cashier
I). F. Cannon
.1. W. Cannon,
W. H. Lilly,
A f 'OLTKANK.
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::.:o::d & co.
bUJTS AGAINST FKALEY
The reader who has examined the
last two communications is no doubt
ready to admit that whatev r the
standard of value, the value ol the
il v. l" i.V 0 ul t: i ii i c5 : fiol,
naturally equal, no law, it is evident,
can make them so. Even m cases
where attempts have be n made to
compensate for the want of natural
equrili'y by establishing ratios, fail
ure to rninfriin fhp rnf-ma hoj
money unit, mav be," it h of th , A
... A ' (lowed becuase an increase or decrease
greatest importance that it shall he';,, f, r n .
, . . ! m. the quantity especial y ot the m-
... ... . -j . ! tenor metal has practically had the l
things will permit. Let it be sup- ,
, , .u . . , Ahcct ot mouasmg or decreasing the f
posed, however, that it is dtsirab e',., w t j ,
fAL, 4 . t , , , . A inequality, by adding to or dimin !
iu uavr PiaiKJiirus, or tne UOIUJJC '; :.. ;i i i i , .
inning tin-! uunitu lnciuenr, io circu-
Still") ft I rn via it 1 0 OfUnntrin i; n,;!' .5
and that the aim shall be to have' ,r.
them established on absolute equal
1 J ; the matter of Comparison
. 1 .coribtituted dj nature that in mak-
lty that presents itself is that the ' ; , , , .
J , . ing comparison?, the ideal, whatever
iim uiriLtic. oav, OtJrtU liiiVU I id ( ,1 , l. ,.,!
7 1 i iLiat lueai
shall have the sume time eiven itl,i .. .. s ..i.
, ciulj, ana wuii u we
It should aho be noticed that in
3 are to
n:;y b-?, usually is what
1 1A :irl Street,
. CliK CITY, INI. y.
i for coinage, that each shall be coined ! otlu.r rnemberp cf the cIilS3. rn com.
into the same denomination?. th.-itA ..- .. .
jPar;i.g treei1, ca.ue, norje?, min,
there ahull bf as muny one dollar me,al the roo9t n !lrl ftCtj
4 .1 1 1 ... t 111 ' i 1
pieuet-, iwu uuiiar picct-a, nye uoiiar ; flriHrimf,n ia ,h,;pn th, nMlpr nifjrn
on. Hie Fakir, Sof T t ISoaril
? A Lii; ; 'i v, N. C, Aug. 29. -The
racing at the fair ground yesterday
afternnen ws fairly attended, but
was not as satisfactory as that on
Tn-w.iy. fpie horsemen having the
cro'j we.i;d not begin the races un
til f.v.f!Ici. nt moneya certain
'irniht w; r'u'ed. This took come
tiL'if, .-t-.id hen n.iv two races were
run a treAirg .nd running race.
The ratr rece;pa for the two days
and the money raised yesterday,
it Was said, amounted to iboat 5v75,
which should meet nearly all the
expenses incurred by the hors.rnen
in coming here.
Kev. L K Tropst, of Atlanta, Ga,5
lectured in St, John's Lutheran
church tonight on the s'uhject of
Home and Foreign Missioi?. The
lecture was. both lntercoting and in
structive. Rev, C B lAr.s an.! J D IJeilig
MT. 1'LEAAXT, A.
REV. J. ajJKIREY, d. :
ADA DEM I C, COMMV
Total necessary -session
of w week-'. ?
AT e x t s e s s i o n b i i .
S)ecinl inloi motion,
the President aAov;
oECRKTA i OF
SEMIN A :" Y
A Flourishing Sch jci t'r,
TEN TEA C RE?
Ornamental Brrt? 7.
pieces, ten dollar nieces, twenty dob
. .rrii J ..-n Margin .
-'.".:! Aion, also weekly mar-
; ' 'iu'i dwl V
i hers of the class bt inrr com narrd
lar pieces, coined of the one as of the ' ;,i,A.
I i v Li a La
1 4 5 rain bought and 1 other. This would nut 6ch -i ' - '
equal terms in tue mint provided the mouey materia;, If thej are a difl
1 6 . ifereiit, some one will be selected for
greater than the expense attending
the handling of the other. If the
expense incident to handling the
one were greater than that to hand-
i i fl
th Univeibity, tlie
: A 1 La v a nd M ed ica 1
. end ;L -
. : . Tail ion ?G0 ;
171 students. Ad
nilK N C for Catn
A handbook on UUNI
: "i EDUCATION'
comparison. The selectionwil! not be
made at raudom or to suit the fatcy
of some one person or clas- of per-
ling the o
ther, the difference could
be adjus eJ so as to put the two
metals on equality in the matter of
The next s!ep towards se
curing perfect equality would be
to repeal all legal tender laws, re
quiring all contracts to name the
kind of payment to be made, and if
- - k 4. V.
sons, but will be nnuU1 in aceo
with ihe deeisioa of the pov'. who
as a whole have without confuta
tion decreed in their own aiinds
which is the superior. The seltC"
tion is not made because the law
says so, but the law is enacted to
suit the selection already made.
That metal whieh fulfills more
nearly all the requirements of a
money is to be paid, on the basis of ! malfcrial wiu be tuken aa the
which ttandard navment shall be nn
made. If the two metals were old
aLd silver, all noUs would he drawn !
S' ri'A"J UKKivS OF
A SALT BAUb,
4 r- r v-
' VKRS OF
of all Kind
- AND ' .
'd wood always
! best prices for
VTe invite an in
,l: of all the goods
payable in either gold or silver coins
respectiyely or their tqmvalents.
Stores wouid. hiive notices put up in
each house stating on what basi3 all
sales would be made, and by what
standard all accounts would be set
tled. Contractors, mechanics, day
laborer?, clerks etc. would have
special'"?:-, meut in each case as to
the basis uii which payment was to
be made to them. In the absence
of special agreement as to the basis
of payment the law might require
that the mean or average of the two
standards be taken as the basis for
settlement. In this way the two
metals would be given equal chances
before the people. The parties to a
contract would then say wh t the
payment should he and their prefer
ences would be indicated in the con
tract. There would be no necessity
for calling in the sheriff to enforce
the reception of light weight, heavy
weight, cheap or dear money. The
parties would have a definite under
standing and no mistake could be
As to whether the people would
receive the two metals on equal
terms, it no doubt would happen
that they would he governed by
their own' convenience. if the
natural equality of the iwo metals
was the same there would hardly be
any preference shown for either the
one or the other. If, however, there
was not a natural equality, that is,
if the color, weight malleability etc.
of the one metal was not equal to
the color, weight malleability etc.
of the other metal, the people would
' j standard of comparison.
The rahos 15 to 1, 10 to 1, 32 to
1, are by nature comparisons, and
show that one quantity is estimated
in 'errns of another that a less
valuable metal 13 compared wi'h a
' attended the meeting of the Woman's
I Ih and Foreign .Missionary so
1 : A A O. : n church. Have had
no repcrt from them of the s;s'slon,
Five of the horse nen who were
duped into coming here to the race
meet advertised by the fake'Salia
bury Racing Association yesteraiy
erAered suits against Mr. V (J ErfJey
of 50 each for conspiracy and con
federacy. The-trial was held last
night in the court room before E-.q.
Andrew Murphy and attracted quite
a crowd of inte-ested spectators.
Messrs. Lee S "Overman and L H
Clement appeared for the plaintiffs
and Hon. Theo. F Kluttz for the
defendant. On a hearing, without
examining all the itnesjes the ca:e
was non suited, . Tho plaintiffs .ap
pealed to the Super r court,
Your corrf FpOLid.-Lt would sug
gest a solution to the problem of
Mr. William . Smothers: ck pro
pouuded in yesterday's Standakd
Carefui Atitnn.or:. ;
j aL V . (J. u. 1. f l:iLVj"'. A.
MOUNT PL An. A: A r
College of Agriculture
akf Mech.: ; .
The next session ol' V;L. i
j lege will ieg i n S e I e :v : :
Examinations at o.'.,i.
first Saturday in
Young men df hi) if
meal education an !-::
ly low cost will do we'1. :
ol y for catalog ut to
A. Q. HOLLA DA V, P,.;
2 w d & w. . .IU iih--,
i if Concord' was not a drv town.' As
more valuable metal; and, also, not- j it h he ets it g0 by the board. For
withstanding our preference for the cal;e of 8avin'g Ehoe le-athcr a
euner me one or me omer nwa', we , ,j;rfw Xr,n. Vtn hu .,ooil
still recognize, somehow or , other,
the 1 as the unit,, and the 15, 10,and
32 as numbers or quantities com
pared with that unit.
The 9;th Annual St-ssinn iris Set t ; t"'
iv5, kc.t;i.s..r I't-it y si..vs m.r; . i!..:;:
Ic-rsc)ns umler instnu ti :i !i;t in;; i!m . Sje
tia! features: the ..;;:; nt ' f ' ij. ,
acter ;uul li'.Ullci t. r.u:ii!:.-.rs tin. .(...:. .. , .
t ileti. 1'uVy f.nupjU'"! ':.; '. ' ' . .
Post Graduate I ).cartt-.t iit-J hesi-'.-
srli(('s in Music, Art, I.ui! i i- : . : . . ;
aiid !i,.ia-,tr:.il Sunli. s.
J. .H. CLiiWKLi. 'Rr:r.. :;' ;':..
liAKD TO SWALLOW.
One ?Ian Ale Seven Waito'rmelonw at
One Sit I i n"-A Wajjer.
.Jep Morris is a resident of this
citv, and lives at Forest Hill. His
capacity for carrying watermelon ex
cecds e'en a wheelbarrow. Jim
W'alU-r, -i cii.: ;T.unt at Forest Hill,
toils th- folio v;i - :
"Wednesday night Jep Morns and
others were in my stoie. Some one
asked the t rice of three melons, and
finding they were so cheap (5 cents
each),, proposed to pay for three if
Morr.s would eat th, m. The propo
sition was accepted and Morns ate
the melons. Morris then said he
would eat three, more if some one
would pay for them. He was taken
up and the melons put down. After
j finishing his sixth one, he purchased
a larger one himself and ate it. The
smallest of these melons weighed
"A wager of $5.00 has been put
up that Morris will eat 125 pounds
of melon tonight."
Morris is a married man, about 20
years of age and will probably weigh
idea for the aforesaid Gentleman
go a little further around
home in the day time. .
..Secretary . Johnson,. .'of the racing
association,- who skipped when his
fraud .was discovered,', has not yet
been heard from. His old clothes
and a few of his'handbills are still
Mrs Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, HI. was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that there
was no hope'for her, but two bottles
Dr. Kins New Discovery eomplet
e'y cured her and she says it saved
her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Fiord ia St. San Francisco, suit ere a
from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, triid without result
everything els than bought oi e
bottle of Dr, Xving's New- Discovery
and m two week was; cured. ,He is
naturaly thankful. It is such result,
of which these are samples, that
prove the wonderful, efficacy of this
medicine in c3u3hs and colds. Free
trial bottlea at Eotzer's Drugstore.
i . -
Regular size 50s.' and $1.00.
Land routed" Notice.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespaBsing such as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
desgrjption on my ' plantation,
known . as . the Daniel ' ' Suther
lands,. in No.'. 4 -township.
Anyone violating thi3 notice will
naraiy receive iucm , bg Lro3ecu-tgd to the. fulleBt, extent
Tbe likes and dislikes, the desires of Cei"CTtWaWd of L law. " J No. A KisisroifSi
k n U m !
r u !
I have now in sleek i l i
opposite the court hoi;'-- a
did line of wtiLnu.de 2"; :
Bed Steads. Tables.
Wash Stands Safe;,
I d fy competition in iv-gaiA to
quality and pric?. You v. , h
surprised when you hear my r
Come and see. If not n -toe!:
can supply you in a few days. J
have a nice line of
at prices that surprise w. I
keep a full line cn 1-r.r.d ' . .
mediate supph. I buy
T T 1 AT D1T O
and run my planing machan . anu
all persons who wih any thii.g
in this line, w i 1 A; ,eli to t.;
and tee me.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord. N. C. July 13, 169.1.
r - c . i r r rr , tl....
ough preparation for collece ; p;actic;.l.,
thorough training for business or life
For information or announcement, ad
dress. -HOLLAND THOMPH':r.
tt&sa22tw Concord, .N. C.