THE : STANDARD.
1 AJ UAtiU.
PRINTS THE- ?r "
GOOD 3 JOB - WORK
AT J.IYING PRICES.
NEWS THAT IS VvTr ;:
; FOR 1 YEAR
SEtfD UM DOLLAR .
GIVE US A TRIAL.
MONUMENT TO THE WOMEN
A W)lnilnKln Mm Wants One Erect-
' ed to Them.
Capt. W It Kenan, of Wilming
ton, is not s.titfied; and be will
never dietepv until he attends the
unveiling of a monument erected to
commemorate the deeds of the
"Women of the Confederacy." He
wrote the following letter to the
News and Obserrer on the 24th :
"I attended your unveiling ; it
was a t access in every particular.
could only add one thing, which has
occupied my mind for years. When
Gov-Carr accepted the monument,
how appropriate it would have been
for him lo call upon the men o
start a fund to erect a monument at
the east gate of the Capitol to the
Wemen of the Confederacy.' What
they suffered during the war no- one
knowp,Vi&-God and themselves.
They were greater than Lee, than
Jackson, than Forest, yes, than any
w 10 had the wild excitement of the
"Evan at their homes patient,
sc If -.sacrificing prayerful they
waited for the return of their
loved onts. If defeated, they cheered
us ; if maimed, they declared
matrimonial preference for a Con
federate soldier without arms or legs
to the "base skulker" who would
not fight for his country.
"Now then start the movement
and let ns erect to their memory the
grandest monnment that mortal man
Ntae Can Trnat Him.
riot long since a part of a con
versation .between a loving young
couple vyverheard by a reporter,
She-r"I have an instinctive feel
ing that I can trust you."
He (passionately) "Ah, my dar
ling, would that some others felt
Buffalo Street Mew One.
Preparations are being made to
open out a new street to run from
the Buffalo cotton mills, being erect
ed by the Messrs. Ode' I, to the
Odell mills in the North end of the
city. It will run into the west ex
tension of Main street, near the
north end of Spring street, and will
be known as Buffalo Btreet. A long
bridge, probably two hundred feet,
will be built across Slippery Bock
branch. Work on this street -will
beg n as Boon as prepaiations- are
completed for the erection of the
1 he Fatnre of Rutherford College.
President W E Abernethy, of
Brffiieyford College, has completed
rrangemen's to hold Rutherford
College, and will now proceed to
rrake the school one of the best in
the country. The little town is on
a boom new houses are being built
and new "residenters" are flocking
in each day. An effort will be made
to give an educat:on as cheaply as is
possible undir any circumstances.
President Abernethy's ability as a
teacher is well known, his equal as
an orator would be hard to find in
thoetate or anywhere else, and those
who know him best expect great
things from him.
1. There is Dot a free coinage
country in the world today that is
not on a silver basis.
2. There is not a gold standard
-country In the world touay that does
sot) use silver money along with
There is not a silyer standard
country in the world today that uses
any gold along with silver.
4. There is not a silver standard
country in the world today that has
more than one-third of the circulas
tion p r capita that tht United States
has. " 1 ; ' '
5. There is not a Bilv r standard
country in the world today where
the laboring man receives fair pay
for bis day's work.
A Silver Tree.
Those who are for.d of novelties
will enjiy watching the growth of a
"silver tree," which is yery curious
and beautiful. Pill a clear glass
jar with clean water in which is dis
solved enough sugarof lead to make
a strong solution.- Tie one end of a
short piece of strong twine to a
' piece of zinc about as large i s a
hen's egg, and the other to a stick
long enough to lay across the mouth
" of the j r, thus suspending the zinc
just within about an inch below the
- surface of the wa'er and place it
. -tl 1 L- J.- 1 1 . T -
Wbeie it Will noi ae uisiurueu. iii
Irtmo ot three days delicate fea hery
troches will start out .l ovef the
y Tby trow very raiidiy and
PERISHED IN THE SEA.
One ;ilnndred and Fifty I'erNon
Drowned by the Sinkiug or the
San Francisco, Cal., May 20.
The Pacific Mail Steamship ' Jul
iina" was wrecked between Maz tihn
and Acapulco on May 27ih, ami li e
present indications aie that over !.o
hundred nd fifty persons perished!
Only nineteen nre known to ha q
been savid, Tfie Colima was mi ir jn
vessel of 2,906 tons. She was built
by K)uch,of Pniliuielpaui, auu sa ;l
from Birty on the 18th. instant in
command of Capt. J F Taylor. The
othei officeis were : D J3 Griffith, J
first officer; Geo. Langham, second
officer; 0 Hausen, third officer; L W
T Kirby, surgeon: T E Berry,
freight clerk; A K Richardson, store
keeping; W A Smith, chief engineer;
E D Riordan, first engineer; H Fin
lay, second engineer, F Tomnereg,
third engineer. There were 40
cabin passengers, 36 steerage pas
setigers, 40 Chinese and 70 officers
and crew, Ths news of the disaster
reached this city through a dispatch
received by the agents of the Pacific
Mail Company. One of the steam
er's small boats containing 14 pas
sengers and five of the crew reached
the Mexican coast and it was this
party that telegraphed the news of
the wreck. None of the remaining
150 passengers and crew has been
heard of. The names of the pas
seugers rescued have not yet been
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany has been advised that the fol
lowing passengers ana crew were
landed at Manseanvilla by the first
boat ; Cabin, Cuahing, Thornton,
Domingo, Albano, A J Sutherland,
Laralua, Rinz. Steerage: J W
Crew, D Rose, H W Boyd, Anto
Ramiz, G Rowan, Joseph Salig, T J
O'Neil. Crew: Anson, Carpenter,
Richardson, Raymond, Morrel.
In the passenger list all of those
saved appear as belonging at San
Jose.de Guatemala. Richardson is
tne ship's storekeeper and the first
intelligence of thi wreck came from
Why lie Kefnaea.
Brown "I understand that Sena
tor Green wanted you to you to act
as his private secretary."
Simmons "He did; but I would
not accept the position, because 1
should have to sign everything,
Green, per Simmons."
Bill Bown's babyish brothers
(both being bad boys) bamboozled
bandy-leggel Bartholomew Braham
breaking Bernice Braham's
beautiful bamboo bondon basket.
Bernice being Bratholomew''
brother, became belligerent; because,
before Bill's bad brothers broke
Bernice's beautiful bamboo bonbon
basket, both began behaving badly
by besmearing Bartholomew's Bible
Both Browns being big babies
boggled before Bartholomew.
Bartholomew beat both Browns
badly. Both Browns being big
babies began boohooing.
Bernice bellowed, "Bravo Barty !
Beat both braggadocios !"
Barty beat both bravely. Har
per's Young People.
ast Thursday in Salisbury.
Salisbury was alive today !
That is nothing yery unusual for
Salisbury, for she is always alive.
But to day there were a few less
than forty thousand colored people
there to "celebrate," and. to put
fljwtrs "on de grabes ob dem Yankee
menB who sit U3 free." .
At an early hour a train passed
this city on its way to Salisbury.
The train was composed of ten cars
and when it got to Salisbury it was
loaded down with a black mass of
umanity. By the time this train
had been shoyed into the yard, an
other long excursion train from the
orth was there and emptieJ its
black freight into limits of the time
honored and century-beattn Salis
A gentleman who came In from
Salisbury on No. 11 this morning
says Jake Boger, the negro who now
poses before the American public as
the only one yet of the race voted
for by Southern men with white
skins, was there and cut quite a
figure with the crowd. The. "white
trio wus not, so the "quartette did
ot quart. He i-as regarded as a
po'itical .lion from Concord fair
ou cord on the decline and as the
.ger, hur gry crowd of red-lemonade
levonrers got around him to take a
last deepair.u.g look at brm.all spirit
f.mo'i violence disappeared and the
poor devil ho. quacked in his boots
behind lhe baTS the"5ther'Tirght was
FOUR MEN KIJjLED.
A Terrible istcr in Caldwell
County A ' Boiler Exnloded Two
Other Men Badly Injured
Lekoiic, May 30. The worst die.
ascr in the history of the county
ooenrrta near Do-snsville post office,
about 12 miles from Leuoir, yest'r
Uav. It was the explosion of a
boiler at Deal's saw mill, resulting
in the instant death of Ed. Deal,
the fireman, Pender and Gordon
Opioid, and fatal injuries to a Mr.
Jones, who died five hours after the
erplocion. Two other young . men
were also badly bruised and scalded,
but will recover. It seems that the
safety limit with this boiler waslOC
pounds pressure, bat the fireman
recklessly weighted down the safety
valve and was trjing to get 125
pounds. The result was a sad one.
The two yoruog Oxfords had been
working in the woods near by, and
come to the mill for water; the
others were employes.
The mill for some reason, had
been stopped temporarily, and nil six
men were standing in a group near
the boiler at the fatal moment.
Pender and Gordon Oxford were sous
of our esteemed countryman, Mr.
Sion H Oxford, who was a fearleeSj
valued soldier in the Twenty
second liorth Carolina Kegiuient.
The Mew Roller Mill.
Work is progressing fine at the
roller mill being erected by Messrs
Lippards, on East Depot street, the
brick work being so far along that
window and door frames have been
placed in the first story. If thp
force keeps pushing things for a
week or eo as they have the past
several days, the mill will be com
pleted by the first of . July.
A Stray one.
Several weeks ago about two hun
dred carrier pigeons were turned
loose in Charlotte, to return to their
homes in the north on the fly. Ooe
of the number has fell behind,
probably meeting witi some acci
dent or is in a state of ill health.
For a week or more a stray one of
these beautiful birds has been wan-.
dtring about the city, perching it
self on the housetops, maiesticlv
viewing the ci'y and her citizens.
The pigeon has a white ribbon on
each leg, and is vtry tame. Tom or
Puss will have a bird breakfast if
the pigeon be not aware. - -
lie Was an American, Bnt the Olhejs
Mr. Giles T Crowell, the gener
ous-hearted Hour mill man, Wednes.
day Bight opened his heart and barn
and lodged and breakfasted a family
of eight man, woman and six chil
dren. Mr. Crowell asked the man,
who couldn't speak' English in
telligibly, of what nationality they
were. His answer was that he was
an American, a native of Charleston,
South Carolina, but that his wife
and children were Yankees. They
are the same lot that claimed to
have been in the navy service.
One Hundredth Anniversary.
Mrs. William Swearingain, one
son and daughter, of Forest mil,
left this (Friday) morning for the
heme of Mr. Joshua Hudson, Mrs.
Swearingain's father, in Stanly
connty, aboat four miles west of
Norwood, to be present upon the
occasion of the one hundredth anni
versary of Mr. Hudson, which will
be celebrated tomorrow (Saturday)
by a family reunion.
1 reporter wa3 told, some very in
teresting things concerning this
venerab e centurian, some of which
were that Mr. Hudson had never
4een a sewing machine, a train or a
cotton fac ory, and that he once pur.
chased a horse, paying for it $95 in
five and ten cent pieces, coin he had
accumulated y the sale of chickens
Another Ciordon-Brown Cawe. ' "
Jacksohville, Fla., May. 30 A
special to the Times-Union from St.
Augustine, Fla., says: John Sullies)
who shot and killed Rundolph Ligon
here last Thursday had a preliminary
hearing today before J udge Forward
and was discharged, altogether 'he
evidence showed that Sullies deli
erately killed Ligon. Some months
before the killing Ligon eloped with
Mrs. Sullies. The couple went to
Texas where they were living as man
and wife. Sallies learned their
whereabouts and had them J-xt rant
ed to answer a cha ge of adul'ery,
committed in th s State.. Mrs
Sullies and Ligon were brought
back to St. Augustine last A:' l.a.-
day, arranged in c tirt and releasee)
on their ovn reconiz.inq's. After
'easing court Ligon was walk io
down the street wfieti -he . met
Sullies. As . the ktter saw t he de
CONCORD N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895.
TOWN AND COUNTY.' V
Sjuie farmers say that the recent
cold spell was beneficial to wheat.
Mr. W D Anthony, wilh his paint
and bru3h, is brightening up the
new residences in west end.
Soma one said the aun was burn
ing hot and that it raised thermom
Mr. Johnson said his ice house
was having a run. Whoever heard
of such a thinf ?
Mr. H A Graber and Master Ira
Mehaffey are tfflicted with boils and
There is no doubt about the
weather being broke. But then the
weather has plenty ot company.
Those long counters in the Racket
store have been cnt in halyes, mak
ing it more convenient for the clerks
to get around.
An exchange eajs: Possibly in
the new w Oman's new revised Bible
there will be revtlations in the first
A poet sings : "The heart must
beat or die." It is precisely the
same way with a tramp anl some
An oyster war is on in New Jer
sey. Firearms were used at the com-. ,
mencemer t, but these things are bet
ter opened with the knife.
S'atesville is to have a telephone
system, the cost of which will be
34 for business houses and $12 for
Messrs C F Walter and Col.
Proper have gone to Gold Hill, in
Rowan county, to prospect in the
rich gold fields in that section.
lnegieen apple ana the com-
mencement season have arrived.
This fact together with the revival
of business should make as all
' . The Landmark states that a citi
zen who was in Statesville last week
reports having seen an unusual sight
some negroes chopping cotton with
a fire in the field to keep them warm.
In s'ating the costs of the different
telephones in Wednesday's issue, it
should have been $34 and $30, and
$30 and $40, instead of $20 and $30
and $34 and $40.
The Rogers Comedy Company
will be in this city Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, June 10, 11 and
12. The Charlotte papers speak in
high terms of the Company.
Several nights ago a swarm of
young ladies was seen meandering
about in their bare feet. Having
been out walking, they espied the
new moon, tooK their shoes from
their feet and began "using" for
A big Jersey bull ' belonging to
Warren Coleman broke loose from
his stall Wednesday morning and
gored a hole five inches deep in the
stomach of one of Coleman's horses.
This is the third or forth horse hurt
in this way by this animal.
A negro guilty of criminal assault
in Polk county, Florida, wa? believed
to b: one of a crowd of four negroes,
who'were placed under arrest, A
mob took them from the guards, and
beat one. , The other three have dis
appeared and it is believed they were
all lynched. "
At the meeting of the county
commies oners Monday, applications
for running the town clock will be
considered. It is very probable
that the work will be awardid
Master Ira MehaSey, to succeed his
father, who had charge of the clock
and the ringing of the bell for the
past ten years
On board the excursion train as
it passed up the road at this point
was one negro who had beeen scalp
ed, the skin from the foretop of his
.head haying been ripped off with a
knife, and another one . was severly
cut in the lower part of the abdomen.
.It waa somewhat of a disorderly
crowd on the train and when those
negroes get some of Salisbury's fire
water utd.r their Bhirt we may hear
of something more serious.
. An Asheville special Bays that
Sunday evening at Burnsville, Yan
cry county, W M Hosa rode -up to
the law office of B F Watson, in
which J Bispham Riy was dressing
and asked Ray to lend him a pistol.
Ray refnsed, seeing Hoss was under
the iiiflu nee of liquor. Hoss "then
dismounted and went to the door
with his hand in his hip pocket
Riy pushed him back and advised
him to go. home, whereupon Host
started for the door threatening to
shoot Ray. As he approached Ray
Hired, killing Hoss almost instantly.
B .th- young ntXj"A-
Messrs W G Boshamer and P C
Page had beans from their own
gardens Friday for dinner.
Smoking Irish potatoes with
lig'ktwood knots is a pure remedy
for killing the r otato bug.
On the west side of the r.ity there
is a cherry tree that is bound nn in
sheets jto keep the birds front de
stroying the cherries. It is quite
it is a fortunate nay fir a man
when he first discovers the v ilue of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a blood, pun
fier. With this medicine h knows
he has found a remedy upon which
he may rely, and that his life-long
malady is at last conqnered. Has
cured others, will cure you.
It is sad to relate, but The
Standard offended some of its
readers in Friday's issue by speak
ing of the unwholesome condition of
the court nouse. The court house.
however, is in a bad fix and Thi;
Standard is glad that the county
will give it the proper attention.
Stinson the negro who was lodged
in jiiil Friday for cutting Marshall
ftiutz on the excursion train, was
liberated Friday night e l payment
of fine and costs, haying submitted
to an assault. The Mutz negro's
injuries were not so serious as re'
Pulmonary consumption, in its
early stages, may be checked by the
use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
stops ths distressing cough, soothes
irrigation of the throat and lungs,
and induces much-needed repose.
Hundreds have testified to the re-
markab'e virtues of this prepara
A . word cactus at the home of
Mrs. B F Aired is the prettiest
production of blossoms we have ever
beheld. The plant bears one bun
dred and fifty buds. Mrs. Aired
has a variety of cactus and rare
plants, the sight of which is a rich
feast for the eye.
A lady on West Depot street this
(Saturday) morning purchased ' sevi
eral gallons of strawberries from a
passing wagener. Unthoughtfnlly
she placed the large pan in which
were the berries on the steps, and
went into the house for necessary
change. On returning she jfound
the cow, which was running loose in
the yard, having a picnic with those
delicate and delicious fruit.
The Rockingham Rookct says that
last Saturday a colored woman in
Wolf Pit township, Richmond
county, got her baby to sleep, laid it
on the bed, and left the house, leav-
two children, aged three and five
years, playing about the yard. Soon
after she left, the two children one
her own and the other a neighbor's"
got upon the bed with the baby and
beat, bit and pinched it to death, no
grown person being near enough to
hear its cries and go to the rescue.
When the mother and neighbors had
found the baby dead, dressed and
laid it out, the two little savages
who had killed it made repeated
efforts to get at the body and further
mutilate, and had finally to be car
ried from the house.
NOT A SICK DAY
For Over Thirty Years!
RESULT 07 TTSIK8
" Ayer'a Cathartic Pills for over thirty
years have kept me in good health,
never having had a sick day in all that
time. Before I was twenty,. I suffered
almost continually as a result of con
stipation from dyspepsia, headaches,
neuralgia, or boils and other eruptive
diseases. When I became convinced
" "Pgi "
that nine-tenths ot my troubles were
caused by constipation, I began the use
f Ayer'a Pills, with the most satisfac
tory results, never having a single
attack that did not readily yield to this
xemedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid 'for years, also began to nse
Ayer'a Pills, and her health was quickly
Testored. With my children I had no- ;
ticed that nearly all their ailments were '
preceded by constipation, and I soon '
lad he pleasure of knowing that with
children as with parents, Ayer's Pills,
if taken in season, avert all danger of .
sickness." H. Wbttstkin, Byron, 111.
--t Honortt World's Falr
HOW IT CAMK
A Miracle That Was Wrought
Tei'T Simple Manner.
The Contemporary Review tells an
amusing etory' of how a -simple
minded curate rudely enlighten
ed as to the ways of providence. A
good hear red curate who firmi y le
lieved that God v.as continually
workiner miracles to inable. him lo
help the needy, and whcrjseJdom had
a coin in his rocket thou eh h. ' was
neyer devoid of the fire of cnari ty in
his heart, was accosted one day Vy a
lie pUaded utter lack of more)
and sadly turned aside; but on the
. . . .
his pockets, he hoDeleaBlv nut his
hand in one, and to his amazemen
and joy, fonnd a five-shilling piece.
"Another of God's miracles !" be
exclaimed; and then, addressing the
woman: "This coin helongs to yoa
lake it, and go in peace,
Having told the etory a few hours
later to his worldly-minded parish
priest, and suggested that they
should both go down on their knees
and render thanks to God, a strange.
unpleasant light suddenly broke on
the mind of the shrewd pastor, who
exclaimed in : accents not suggestive
of thanksgiving "Good heavens
ft XI " , . .
Are inose my Dreecnes you ve on
FAINTS IN PUBLIC.
Gov. Morton in Overcome Mr Heat
While Keviewlnjr a Parade in Jew
Hew Yobk, May 30. At 1L
o'clock, Governor Morton was re
viewing the paraue at the Worth
monnment, he was overcome by the
heat and dropped down on the plat
form unconscious. There was great
excitement at the time and a call
was made for a physician. Patrol
wagon No. 24 was drawn up on the
opposite side. Governor Morton
soon regained consciousness and was
hastily conveyed to the Windsor
Hotel, accompained by ex-President
Harrison and the Governor's private
secretary, Ashley W Cole. Mayor
Strong then reviewed the parade.
Almont If ere.
A man was going from house to
house and abruptly stopping people
on the streets last Friday, telling his
tale of woe about the end of time be
ing bo near at hand and that within
48hour8 this world would be no more
that he had been advised by Divine
power to inform the people of this
place of the fate that awaited them.
He argued the signs that appear
in the neavens, miracles being per
fomed, and the great .wars of all
the nations that had been and will be
no more, and many other things.
The man was a stranger in thrse
parts. He is either crazy or had
fallen into the handa of a thauma
turgist and is a victim bypotism.
Busy Bees Were Busy.
The "Rose Tea" on the court
house lawn Thursday night was a
success. The demand tor cream
was so great that it was a hard mat
ter to keep' the great mass of p?ople
that had gathered there Bupplied.
The cornet band rendered some yery
charming music, but the air was
nevertheless very close and warm,
which caused the cooling refrebhs
ments to go like "hot cakes," and it
kept the Bosy Bees busy, indeed.
The Busy Bees are to be congratulat
ed upon their success. It was a de
Mr. Freeman .Turned Down.
A Standard reporter was informed
of a little business transaction be
tween Mr. M J Freeman, of this
city, and Manager Hemphill, of the
Atlanta Constitution, in which our
townsman was turned down. It was
this way : Mr. Freeman sells
printer's ink, and has for seyerul
years furnished the Constitution
with their ink, nntil his l.'st trip to
Atlanta, when Mamager Hemp
hill asked him if he was
an advocate of free and unlimited
coinage of silver at the ratio of 16
1, whereupon Mr. Freeman an
swered to the negative. Mr. Hems
phill then closed conversation,
stating that the Constitution would
have no further business with Mr.
Freeman or his firm.
Mr. Freeman is out nothing,
however, having sold the evening
Journal even a larger amount than
he would have eold the Constitution.
This is lh9 situation of affairs in
, The Hot Wave in the Weal
ChioaRO. Ill,, May 30. Report
from numerous points in Illinois,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ne
braska, Kansap, South Dakota and
Mionisota show that ahot wave has
been prevailing in those states for
the past .two days aid at i
WHOLE NO. 372
Highest of all in Leavening
II X X iV
A JOCKE.Y'S NEC BtiOKEN.
Kirkover tUrew.-H i'orliley Yrler.
day on lhe si. "!nln TrarU-laiiae
or the Aeeiflent.
Oorbley, 24 years old,
Frank Wier, the turfman" ha tl
Ufc u'URe" uunn -ne last race at
j Sf a.u,.i, v.. .
afternoon. Corbley was riding
Kir.oyer, who at the time, was
runni ig sixth in a five furlong dash.
As the h'TSt-3 made the turn at
the home stretch, Kirkover fell, and
two other hors, Charley R, and
May Irwin, icll over him, and conse
quently upon h(r ucforcuna.e
jjekey, Corblev, whose neclc was
broken and he difd instantly. Gei.
McLaughlin, who .-ode Charley R,,j
had bis collar bone fracturtd. Punch :
one of the horses running close be- j
hind KirKover, came jostled by the '
accident and a little further ilown I
the stretch he too fell, and broks his !
leg. He was afterwards killed. J
CorLley, who wa3 from New Jer
sey City, was t:arr ed to The house of
Frank Wier, who lives near the
track. McLaughlin was removed
to Washington hospital.
The accident is supposed to have
been due to the poor condition of
the track, which is dotted with
small dangerous holes.
A 'onreen-Year-Old Who i a Bur,
Rlar of Great PromiHe.
Mary Gardner, of Fail Riyer,
Mass., is a promising young burglar
She is H years old and has been
fonnd lobbing several residences at
When captured, she implicated a
youth of li?r own age named Burke.
ile dened oil knowledge of the
thefts, and when he was arranged
in court Mary testified in his behalf
and cleared him.
After she had been thoroughly
searched for concealed goods the
officers detected a bulge on one of
her shoes. Tearing open the lining,
they found money concealed there.
Since her imprisonment she has
been making sport of the detectives,
sending them on wild goose chasef
o the end of the town to find hid
When they came back, she would
laugh at them. She go 33 to the
State Schcol for Girls at Landcaster
during her minority. New York
In an Awful Condition.
Never in the history of Cabarrut
was ber court house in such an
awfulcondition. The Standard
suggests Chat the commissioners,
when in session Monday next, make
some arrangements aoout having it
cleaned up and thoroughly renovated
before the next term of court, to pre
vent the breaking out of cholera or
kintered diseases. Ladies who were
the building Thursday told a
Standard reporter that the court
room, stairway and ihe hall around
the sink, were ' iu a-i awful condi
tion," and added: "Is a wonder
the health iHiceis would allow it.'
Dying- From His Wound.
Mr. L A Hipp, of Paw Creek, id
about to answer a roll call from on
high. He is dyinr; from 'he (ffVct
a wound nceiyed iu the war.
When wounued forty-two" pieces ol
bone were taken from his chest and
shoulder. It is thought that a
piece of bone working its way out it
the cause of his present condi'ion.
O.d people wh'j require medicine
to reguUte the bowels avd kidneys
will find the true remedy in Flectrie
Bitters. This medicine dDes- not
stimulate aud con'ains no whitkey
nor other intoxicaut, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. I acta mildy
on thettomach and bowleg, adding
strength and giving tone to the
organs, thereby adiug u iture in
tie performance of the functions.
Electric Bi ters is an excellent ap
petizer and aids digestion. id peo
pie find it jast exactly wha they
need. Price 503. per bottie at
FetZit'd Drug store.
1 M -tting Graud Ldge K. of P. of
North Carolina, Mt. Airy, N 0.
Tic eta on 8le to Greensboro or
Rural Hall, June IS h, final limit
Jpne 22nd, 1895.' Continuous pws.
age in eacb-ilirection. Fare for
....4-. - .tireensboro $3.f,5, t-
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
"NEARLY t00,Uu0,0U NOW.
8.ooo.400 Mar It. lhe FlrM Time ,
"AjtUiHGToK. Miy 21 tor we
first u ? '.i,c- December 16th last
the gold reavrve ha climed above
the "199,000,000 wark. At the date
imed it dropped fro" $101,303,810
; -7517 and "ntiaued to
Hiouu ai $4i,,j4u, teL
that thn drat niim.. V.
the bond syndicate, the
that issue having been mau
8th of the mont'i.
The reserve firs reached the $90,-
000,000 , mark March 4th, and re
, inained at about that figure until
j April 20th. when it touched-$91,-i
170,251. Since (hit time it bas
j steadily increased until May 28th,
J when the figure representing the rc
serve waa $98,263,533. . Today the
reserve amounted to $99,048,872, a
gain f 785,339.
To Leave Albemarle.
A Standard reporter, has been
told of a business change to take
place at an early date. Dr. Kent
Blair of Albemarle, has purchased
the stock of the drug firm of
Murphy & Atkinson, of Charlotte,
and will as soon as preparationa can
be made, moye his Albemarle busi
ness to Charlotte, where he will be,
come a resident and business man
of that place,
A Race. Home and Hark in So,
Thursday evening ;Mr.
Cook, of St. John's, went to Heilig'a
Mill m No. 6 townahip,nd hitched
his horse, which was to a hack, to a
tree above the mill near the race.
After Mr. Cook had left him, the
horse ecame frightened, , rearin
and jumping, turning, the h
side down in the race, break.S
shaft and skinning his le.
several places. No serious
nroa ,1 1
woo uuue. However. -ii: ia a
wonder that the horse was not
drowned, which probably would
have been, had not the harness got
caught on a stump, which held the
horse between it and the race.
Kev. Gom Vindicated.
Saratoga, N. Y., May 31. Rev.
Wm.R Goss, expelled by the New
tork MethodiBt Conference, - was
triumphantly vindicated on every
point by the judicial conference last
night, at Saratoga, consisting of
Bishop Andrews and a court of
21 ministers from New "Rnirland.
froy and Vermont conferences.
Drowned in a :'olliton.
Alpina, Mich , May 31. During
a heavy fog last night, the Canadian
steamer Jock, bound down with
lumber, collided with the steel
Steamer Norman, of Menominee,
opposite Middle Island. The Nor-
wneeiman ana nTsrarere drowned.
For the inBpecuotTof the young
men Mr. John K Patterson has just
received an inyoice of the finest
french candies to be bad. He wants
you to come see it, if you do not
purchase. He handles plain candies
How Dr. Miles' Nervine' Restored
One of Kentucky's Business '
KvTx'X'i t . Men to Health.
No DISEASE has ever presented so many
peculiarities as LaGrippe. No disease
leaves Its victims so debilitated, useless
sleepless, nerveleas LaGrippe.
Mr. D. W. Hilton, 8tgtMLi."nt nf thn Mut
ual Life Insurance Co., ot keui5!!lraiajl
"In 1889 and 'SO I had two severe atSSfT
of LaGrippe, the last one attacking my ne? '"'
vous system with such lererlty that my life - '
was despaired of. I had not slept for more -than
two months except by the use of nar
cotics that stupefled me, bus gave me no
rosi. 1 waa only conscious of Intense mental
weakness, agonizing bodily pain and the
fact that I was hourly growing weaknr.
When in thlscondltlon, I commenced nsini;
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. In two days
1 began to Improve and In one month's time
I was cured, much to the surprise of all who
knew of my condition. I have been In ex- .'
rellent health since and have recommended
ydurremedles to many of my friends." .
Louisville, Jan. 22, D, W. Hxx.vov. 1
, ' .. ril safe. f'