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fiie Daily Standard
BY JAMES I. COOK.
'YFiGE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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CONOORD, OCT. 26, 1895,
The old Queen's Head Tavern, in
Bore i. High street, London,which
is ovej o'0 years old, and was once
owce.l by Jonn Harvard, is now to
toii down. Originally it was a
rnaL?ioa belonging to the Poynings;
Henry VI A turned it into a store
house for artillery, and undsr Qaeen
Eliz?. ' Lh it became a traren under !
the limine at first ot tbe Crossed
The Cnicago health department
has decWred both diphtheria and
typbciu ieyer epidemic in that citj.
The department reported 330 new
cases of diphtheria last week, 49
1-10 percent, of which were fatal.
The epidemics are charged to impure
water, h he health commissioners
has ioued a warning against drink
ii r uLboilfd water.
Lord Gidener, who is about to
take hie se t in the House of lords,
is thD son of a Hindoo woman,
Thre urn queer fiah in the British
aristor.v v. The countess of Stam
ford, . ,7 of the late earl, is a coal
bhcr 'i.-rcas from Africa.
Mrs. Hefferman died in Chicago a
few days ugo, aged 108 years. It is
not so remarkable thut a woman of
ate ould bave died in Chicago
it ia remarkable that any one
orozirsstiDg her years sheuld be
be found Ir ing in Chicago.
JSome of the African gold-biters
in Londou got badly bit themselves,
when stocks took a slump of $80,
000,000 last week and would have
gone to the demnition bow-wows if
Tyirney Bernato hadn't come to th
Eagene Field does not want too
many offieial to visit Atlanta on
Chicago day. There is room for
them all, and the Chicago aldermen
will find some congenial spirits
T tin's Review is afraid that "the
rise in prices and increase in busi
ness ma go too far." The producers
of the country are not afraid of it.
A G;,3boro man is such a
stickler for temperance that he
wouldn't wear a new coat because it
was t:QL under the arms and full in
the bi ;k.
.ELECTRIC CARS COLLIDED-
A Hundred People Jumped as Tliey
her Mrs. league's Arm
re!en Vy Her Fall From the Car,
IPasceugers going to the Fair
Grounds Ly the trolley car yesterday
morning had an exciting experience.
'just beyond the switch, near St,
Blarj'r, the electric current gave
out. Two cars, one closed, the other
a summei oar, were running close
together .Both were loaded until
ho ai'ogs pressed the axles.
i Jr w the cut rent gayo out, the
break of the foremost car slipped
and the cr began to move back ward.
On the rear platform were three
These crashed into the rear car as
the two collided.
When the passengers saw that the
cars must come tegether, people,
jumped by the score.
One lady, Mrs. Edward Teague
of BurlingtOD, in jumping broke
hear arm. She was carried at once
to Prof. Massey's residence, near by,
and Dr. Rogers was summoned. . He
set the broken arm, and later in the
day, Mis. Teague returned to her
home in Burlingtoa.
Several other people are said to
have been slightly injured.
But for the fact that the motor
man of the rear car had tbe presence
of mind to reyerse his machine and
s op the car, the accident would pro
bably have been fata!. Ra!ei0h Ob
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally needed, when the languid
exhausted feeling prevail?, when the
liver is torpid pnd sluggish and the
needs of a tonic and alterative is
felt. A prompt use of this medi
cine has often averted long and
perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No
medieine will act more surely in
counteracting and freeing the &ys
tern from the malarial poisoc. Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness yield to Electric Bittere.
50c pnd S1.00 per bjttie at Fetzers'
Wliy Slie Bluliecl.
Walter Sadler was walking with
his best girl by a lumber yard the
other night, and all at once she be
gan to blush and blush, and Waittr
said my dariing why do those rose
ate tintings ensconce themselves in
the opulent luxuriance of that peach
bloom beauty found on the stainless
surface of thy parian alabaster
cheeks ? She replied it was because
all that lumber was undressed, Wal
ter hid his face behind a nickle,
lent up against a zephyr and wept.
From a letter written by Rev. J
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich-,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: "I have no hesitation in ret
ommending Dr. King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife.
"While I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Rives Junction she was
broaeht down with Pneumonia sue
ceeding La Grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quick
in its work and highly satisfactory
in results." Trial bottles free at
Fetzer's drug store, Regular size
50o rnd 1.00,
There will be a regular communis
cation of Stokea Lodge No. 32, A.
F. & A, M., Monday night, Oct. 28,
1895. Being the last meeting in the
Masonic year there is business of
importance and it is specially re
quested that as many of the mem
bers be present as possible. By or
der of W. M.
S. J. Lowe, Secy.
Mistook Eacli Other for Burglars.
Hagerstowhv Md., Oct. 18.
Ambrose Gray went home last night
about 12 o'clock and got into the
house of his neighbor, William Corr,
thinking he was going into his own.
The houses are exactly alike and are
side by side. He had to kick the
door before he con Id effect an enter
ance. Curr thought a burglar was
in the house, and leapirg from bed
he began firing upon the intruder.
Gray on the other hand thought he
was surprising a burglar in his h me
and began firing in return. Six
shots were exchanged. Cray was
w u idedin the han-1, while.flCurr
was shot in the stotnche. Neither
of the wounds are thought to be
Here is Peter Cooper, who lived
to be over 90 years old and died
worth millions, said of a newspaper:
4Tu all towns where a newspaper is
published every man should adver
tise in it, if nothing more than a
card stating his name and the busN
nesa he is in. It not only pays the
advertisere, but it lets the peoDle at
a distance know thbt the town in
which you reside is a prosperous
community of business men. As
the seed is sown so the seed recom
pense. Never pull down yoursign
while you expect to do basiness."
- UNTOLD MISERY
C. H. King, Water Valley, Miss., cured by
"For five years, I suffered untold misery
rom muscular rheumatism. I tried every
known remedy, consulted the best physi
cians, visited Hot Springs, Ark., three times,
spending $1000 there, besides doctors' bills;
tut could obtain only temporary relief. My
flesh was wasted away so that I weighed
only ninety-three pounds; my left arm and
leg were drawn out of shape, the muscles
being listed up in knots. I was unable to
nivss lyself, except with assistance, acd
could o ily hobble about by using a cane. X
Had no appetite, and was assured, by the
noctors, that I could not live. The pains, at
times, wore so awful, that I could procure
relief only by means of hypodermic injec
tions of morphine. I hud my limbs bandaged
In clay, in sulphur, In poultices; but thesd
gave only temporary relief. After trying
everything, &nd suffering the most awful
tortures, I b gan to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Inside of tw; months, I was able to walk
without a cane. In three months, my limbs
began to strengthen, and in the course of a
year, I was cured. My weight has increased
to 165 poundo, and I am now able to do my
lull day's work as a railroad blacksmith."
the Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
JLYEX'S 2 ILLS cure Headache,
IS JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50cts.
.GALATIA, ItLS., Not. 16, 1893.
Paris Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We sold last year. 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three prosa already this year. In all or ex
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal satis
taction as your Tonic. Yours truly,
CABR & CO.
For sale by all druggists.
RIGHT HERE !
o ill Si
50 to 100 per cent, on a credit
only lour out 01 every nunurea creuu merchants UJ
ceea. w e preier per uem.
chances against us.
- i t-r n ' c
Last Saturday we placed a lot of ginghams on sale r
cents per yard and a lot of good towels that we snarmed
at 50 cents per dozen that sell regularly at 10 cent each P
mailed them 5 cent each. The gingham went before -
-. t i i 1 l e
cent, profit ready to invest
Phis week we have on sale
UtJilia Wttiu. vvc uavo iju.v i-uui ix , wuuuic uuu sell tUA lrt
for 5 cents, fjust li cent for 10 cent novels. Clothbound
novels at 15 cents! The Life of Jefferson Davis, by rg
Dayis. Sold by subscription at 18.00 per set of 2 volsfonr
price is $2,90. .Rollins Ancient History in 4 vols fur 2 2;j
Creaseys Fifteen Battles on which tie Civilization of th'
World Scanns. This is one of the richest stories of history
to be found, our price 15 cents. A lew ot E P Roes novelet
65 cents. Washington Irving' e works, 0 vols for 2 45.
The following two vols sets at 9S cents per set:
Prescotts Conquest of Mexico, Presscotts Conquest ol
Peru, complete works of Chorles Lamb, The Count of Monte
Cristo, by Dumas, The Mysteries of Paris, by Eugene Sue,
The Wondering Jew, by Eugene Sue,
Teachers Oxford Bibles, $1 75; Teachers Oxford Bibles,
with patented index, 2 00; Large family Bible, Si 98; Large
n i T" I 1 l i J j 1 J I 1 111 i
iamny iiDie, oiu ana new
for $2 98.
Lace cut shelf paper at one-nail cent per sneet, bargains
in tablets and students note books, mucilage at 3 cents per
bottle, ink the same, envelopes from 2 cents to 10 inch ones
at 5 cents, two good rubber tipped leod pencils for 1 cent,
slate pencils at 10 cents per pound, steel pens, including
Eastbrooks, at 4 cents per dozen.
AT FOUR CENTS PER BOX.
Assorted carpet tacks at five cents per pound, The regu
lar price is five cents for two dozen.
FIVE CENT ARTICLES:
Three tin cups; One coffee pot; One covered bucket; Onej
half gallon cups,
TEN TO TWENTY CENTS.
Sponges 3 cents; Remnants of Calico at 20 cents a lb. All wool flannel,
15 cents per yard. Canton flannel at 7 cents per yard.
E MBROIDERE D-
AT SEVENTY-FOUR CENTS PER YARD.
One-half pint bottle of Bay Ram for 10 cents. Bargains ia undershirt"
all wool at 371 cents. Ladies vest 5 cents up.
T Ho E UfA G K B T
D.-cJ. BOSTIAN, proprietor.
of from one year to J . at
uasii 10 a strug
1 ,1 xrrr
a lot of Seaside novel
iransiauous m paranei columns,