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Concord, X. C, Sept. 25.
EVANGELIST LEE EXONERATED.
It will bo gratifying to the ad
mirer of Evangelist Lee that
the committee of investigation
tiiul him not guilty of the
charges of immorality brought
against him. The charges as
brought were very damaging to
the reputation of a minister of
the gospel. So much the meaner
it is to concoct a charge of such
oi i nature. One does not
need to be a personal admirer to
enter into deep sympathy with
the victim of hate and a sa'.anic
purpose to ruin the usefulness of
one so easily injured as he who
wears th; ministerial cloth.
Goat Lymph Cures Insanity.
It seems the goat is yet going
to forgo, or rather but, his way
to the front rank of benefactors
of the human family. Tho latest
scorod by Billy is in the following
dispatch of the 23rd from Joliet
Irwin Fuller Bush, a young
man of Joliet, was sent to Kan
kakee Asylum, last March, pro
nounced hopelessly insane To
day, through treatment with
lmyph, from glands of goats,
Bush is home, completely re
stored in mind. The lymph was
covered by Dr. Roberts, a phy
sician of Green City, Mo. Its ap
plication to cases of insanity '
was made at a Chicago labora
tory, where Bush was taken last
June. He has been subjected to
injections of the lymph, showing
steady improvement until ho was
discharged last Tuesday, cured.
The treatment is said to also
arrest senility. Dr. Roberts has
gone to Europe to lay his discov
ery before Prof. Koch, of Berlin,
and other foreign scientists, with
a view of having them adopt it
in insane asylums there.
oteemed Mornimr Post
coims back at us and in reply to
our ivi'eronce to that city, named
ir Iw.y.oL- of North Carolina's
patron father and the queen's
favorite courter, in adding to its
enterprise a soap factory, says :
''Raleigh is gem-rous. Know
ing from experience that cleanli
ness is next to godliness, it
desires to be prepared to extend
its good" offices to its neighbors,
thai i'teater Concord may pre
vail." Weil, we simply serve notice
right I.--. and now that if Ral
eigh di ...es come down to. "bilin'
Concord will wash her
Dining the ciyil war, as well as
in our late war witli Spain, diar
rhoea was ono of the most
troublesome diseases tho army
bad to contend with. In many
instances it became chronic and
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. David Taylor, of Wind
Ridge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and says he never found
anything that would give him
such qnick relief. It is for salo
Daughters of the Month.
Prof. Argo, the astrological
If a girl is born in January,
she is melancholy but good tem
pered. If in February, a humane and
affectionate wife and tender
If in March, a frivolous chat
torbox. somewhat trivon to
If m April, inconstant not in
teliigent, but likely to be good
If in May, handsome and like
ly to be happy.
If in June, impetuous, will
marry early and be frivolous.
If in July, passably handsome
j but with a sulky temper.
If in Auerust. amiable and
practical and likely to marry
If in September, discreet, af
fable and much liked.
If in October, pretty and co
quettish, and likely to be un
happy. If in Xovomber,' liberal, kind,
of a mild disposition.
If in December, well propor-
tinod, fond of novely and ox-
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of sufferers have proved their matchless
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They made pure blood strong nerves
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Collision's Fatal Results.
A collision on the Denver and
Rio Grande railroad near Flor
ence between an excursion and a
fast freight on Saturday the 23rd
hr.d.- of i?
B.rakiM.au i-wanled for His Foresight,
Cnraberlain, Md., Dispatch,
10lh. says: The Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company a few
.-'y - sent a brakeman, as a
:' . check for 50 "for ushur
as one of the officials
A freight train
wl.'V- .'.-.iiiing down the grade be
tween Cranberry Summit and
Uowie.Nburg stopped very sud
denly, making a horrible racket.
The brakeman, who was on tho
froir. of the train, knew some
i V.yir; was wrong, and realizing
fnM awesbound Chicago express
No. 7 was about to pass, without!
investigating the trouble, ho
rushed ahead and flagged Xo. 7.
7 nt killed six passengers and miured
five, one probably fatally.
Fine (iift for Dowey.
A pleasant' surprise not down
on the official program awaits
Admiral Dewey. General Albert
D. Shaw, coinmander-in-chief of
the Grand Army of tho Republic,
was at the citv hall today in con
ference with the plan and scope
committee as to the part the vet-
; erans of the civil war will play
I in the reception.. General Shaw
is a tall, soldierly man who bears
his years well. Uis homo is in
Watertcwn. He will be in the
parade at the head of the Grand
Army division. When the old
soldiers reach the reviewing
stand General Shaw will leave
the ranks and take up a position
beside Admiral Dewey.
As the veterans march by, the
general, in behalf of the Grand
Army, will fasten to the lapel of
the admiral's coat a Grand Army
button of solid gold, studded
with diamonds. All of tho but
tons now worn by veterans of
the war are bronze. The first
departure from the established!
rule will be made in the case of
The Little Patched Trousers.
How dear to my heart are the
pants of my childhood,.
When fond recollection pres
ents to view,
The pants that I wore in the deep
tangled wild wood,
And likewise the groves where
the crab apple grew;
The wide spreading seat with its
little square patches,
Tho pockets that bulged with
mv luncheon for noon,
And also with marbles and fish
worms and matches
Andgumdrops and kite strings
from March until Juno
The little patched trousers, the
The high-water trousers that
fit me too soon.
No pantaloons ever performed
In filling . the hearts of us young
sters with joy;
They made the descent from
Adolphus to Jarvis,
Right down through a family
Liuen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth lOo.
Printed Marsailles at 12c.
Duck, Plain White, solid col
ored and Printed,
Calico 3c up.
Yard wide Percale at 20. and 25
cents per pound.
Light colored Outing 5J & 7c,
Bargains in Towels.
Bone Dr ss Stays
Hooks and Ts 10c box
Thread 3c per spool,
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Pino Xrt Pnkt. i-
Two job lots of Samples of Gent's
fine sox, lot No.l, plain and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 25c.
Fancy colored and black Lisle
at 18c worth 25 to 50c.
The best line of Men's and La
dies' Hosiery on the market for
Crochet Cotton, 4o per spool,
Silk (short measure; at 5c. Turk
ey lied Cotton, 20c per dozen
spools. Embroidery Silks, lilo,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
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5c dozen, Side Corsu
, A 1A.
o. uuiuttuuui iuc, coarse !!wl '
tooth Dressing Combs 4 to 25c
Jobs in Box Paper at less than
cozt to produce. 25c boxes fa
15c and 10c ones for 5c. i
Paper at 10c per pound. 'pencj
Erasers lc, Typewriter do5c. Car.
bon Paper for typewriter use 3
sheets for 5c, Typewriter pacer
an v uuuics iui tw. raucy Creoe
Paper for Lamp Shades" Oc np
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10c. 1$
and Mucilage 3c, Shoe Blackiw
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Black Dressy
5 to 15ct Wood Tooth Picks I
Boston Garters 18c, Drawers
Supporters 3c per pair. Silk
Bosom Shirts 48c.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery undTinware up stairs,
D. J. Bostian.
X If you are not a subscriber to t
The Standard t
now ia the time to subscribe. !j!
If you have auy thing to seilj
you can make it known tbronsa
of ten little bo vs.
Admiral Dowoy. Tho admiral is : .riloa.rll 110 faillt o mine. knQwn
to mo or to others.
a comrade. The men who fought
Had he-gono back to investigate ! with him from '61 to '65 glory in
his additional honors and they
are delighted at an opportunity
to show their lovo and admira
tion for him. New York Mail
it would have been too late and
No. 7 would have dashed into
four or tive derailed cars and
tumbled out into the river. For
his good jndgment tho company
m ado him the present of $50, and
have posted a bulletin so that
.those "who run may read."
Vom 'ics-i-uo no nU wi-ph vo;i,
Drying preparations simply
develop dry catarrh: they dry up
1 the secret ions which adhere to
1 the membrane, and dt
causin:; a iar more
s e v i o Li . t r o u -
I'm the tenderest branch on
our big i.vmiiy tree;
And having done service tor nine
They came do vi to me slightly
bagged at the knee
The littie patched trousers, the
second hand trousers,
The old family trousers that
bagged at the knee. -"
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