ihe Daily Standard
A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION.
by j vu:s r. t oou
OFFICE IN CASTOR 13UILDINO
ThJ S;iiiiJurcl is published every
M f bunday excepted) and delivers
I by camera-
RAJTE3 OF SlliSCKIl'TlON
One year 8 00
vt;ix months 2 00
Three months 10
A Howl 1 ol ol It i'au? 75,000 ol
lniiiK4 lt'Ule '1 lioiiltl II Was an
Pitts uuiu;, Pa., June 1 A spe
cial to the Ledyer from Parkers
bur, W. Va., saya: About 5 p. m
today this city wa3 shaken as by an
earthquake, and a lerrible report
settled the citizen?. Amidst a
srower of falling glass the people
rushed into the street. For a mo
meut every one dazd. Io was at
lirot thought tnat the Pai Kertsburg
Mill, employing several hundred
men. had been blown ur. A mo to
, L x
the river, however, told the SiOry. A
Urge skiff lo;td of nitro-glyc.rine
being taken up the little Kanawna
river from Pittsburg in charge of an
unknown man from Sewarlick, Pa,,
ADYEKTisiNO kites, i and cint-iiriHil i'CO iimirtfl of th
T.rrforre-ular advertisementJ 11 P'1 into the
NOT A SICK DAY
For Over Thirty Years!
RESULT OF USING
"Aycr's Cathartic Pills for over thirty
years have kept me in good health,
i never having had a sick day in all that
tiine. Before I was twenty I suffered
almost continually as a result of con
stipationfrom dyspepsia, headaches,
neuralgia, or boils and other eruptive
diseases. When I became convinced
THE RACKET SI
tmtdt auowu on application.
A Uu-tss ali;commimieaiions to
Concord. N. C.
CONCORD, JUNK 1. IS15.
moutb of Neul's Run, opposite the
mill. Tue caua were hot and in
nandling them tne man let one fall
and a terrible explosion followed.
The man and ouac were blown into
atoms, several small peicis of the
! man's body bein picked up a
j hundred yards from the scene of the
j 1 explosion.
A history of the session of the j Tliere wer quart Cans OQ the
. , . , u . i, boat. The boat was 20 by Jo feet
IScw York legislature will make a, . . .
, land had on its bow, "nitro-glyce-corking
Democratic campaign docu j . n;
. noe, and carried a red lias:. The
Senator Hill aptly said ol it : j . .
! damage done by
, fiauoL, tie im01J i buildings, breaking of glass and the
alaries ere largely increased, j wreckin of lhe boat and barges is
i s v c u . vl and general , estimated at 75,000. 'The business
streets of the city were strewn with
glass and wreckage. Numerous per
sons w.-re cut and injured v falling
Just Think of It-We
You Money on Hee
tne wrecking of
that nine-tenths of my troubles were
c.-iused by constipation, I bean the use
(if Aycr's Pills, with the most satisfac
tory results, never having ;t single
attack that did Tu.t readily yiel.l to tin's
remedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid for years, also beau to ue,
Aycr's Pills, a tid her health was quickly
restored. With my children I had no
ticed that nearly all tie ir ailments vi re
preceded by constipation,, and I soon
had the pleasure of knowing that with
children as with parents, Aycr's Pills,
if taken in season, avert all danger of
sii luicss." II. Wi:i isn.iN-, livH.n. III.
irir-'.l to 'irevail."
run of the tide has come,
Vpf L e;y hand voluntary increase
id" v a;ei s being madv. V nest
Year t'j ,:od res u Us Dtinoeratic
rvfnrm ill national' atlairs Will u- Sh
glass aiivl ti m bv i .
damage v-ajuone in South I'urkera
biug. Houses caved in, and the
i plastering fell en' the walls and
plain that 'n-e who runs tuuy read j cilin.
and vote for a continuance. I - - r..c
, ii i m t-.
No matter whether you like the j Old people who require mahcine
mccme tax dtcisiou of the Supreme ; tJ regulate th;- bowels aid kidneys
Court or cot, it is well to remember ! w,n f5ml the trm' r-'"y in F!-tnc
that th.re is no appeal, and that it ! Hhterd' This riiea,ciDe ,bes ,10t
Btl m II I'l t.l mill r , 1 1 t . . l n n - 'X n.liir
nt (111 1 il i uwuiunm. liliv-t iiil 10 11.' 111CISCV
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Acer's Sarsapariaa Strentf.ens the System.
J?'THAT PLATE fy
nor other intoxicant, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. . It. acts mildv
Iministratioi: leads ail its : 011 tho rdoniaeh and bowles, adding
tone to the
i ;, ,.--f , r 1 1.
popiilur in Washington society.
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, ; v. c. ' 1 2 in i lie v i eu u e inir, -iu . t
. . i i i
it has succeeded in making ba'uns UI tiI1;-' U1'1CUJ a(
trie periormaneu or tne luncaons.
Electric Bivters is an excellent uiv-
A G:eat to do is being made oyer petizer and aids digestion. Old peo
the discovery by an electrician of ! Pe lin'J U iust exactly what they
need. Trice fine, per bottle at
Feler's Drug store.
The single-tube tire of the Columbia
bicycle has conquered. It lias proved
itself the tpeediest, most elastic, most
.cii.iv,, ti.i '"U- AA
easih renaired of
all. Let us
you tlie simplicity
and merit of this
regular equi;nient of
it is the 1 ot MartfordsJ
S80 $60 $50
all bicycles we sell. vwvvwwva
how to make light without heat, but
i f rt- Hies ai.j glowsworms have
iiv.ays known how to do it.
Catalans trl'an ?of all modds of Col urn bins
ana H.irtloi is t.s jrte if you m
fcrn.udv'1 abjui tires fcr the uskinj,
G. L: PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCOKD, N. C.
.lapiiir I ir'U oi V;r.
Sa.v Filv.( isco, Cal., June 1
1 . :?r,: : J ; i d money i, Josn.. s
teen cents on each steer killed ?
IUooUsIk-U in (arolina.
Columbia, S. C, June 1. At
Clinton this morning State Liquor
Constable S M Duncan and former
GiKef oi' the Constabulary force in
the upper portion of the State, J B
Workman, had a fatal shooting
Workman was a desperate man.
He charged Duncan with being the
cause of his removal from the force.
Ths lie was passed and it is said
Workman tired the first shot. Work-
man was killed, but not until Dun
cs'L was brought down by two bullets
in his hips, He was thought to be
This morning liquor constable
Gardner dropped his pistol in the
oapitol and shot constable
George Martin. It was a pure acci
dent. Martin merely got a flesh
wound in the leg. There has been
bad blood between Workman and
Duncan for some time.
Icirg as well. As a step toward that j date of May UHh,Jper steamer lielgie
aspiration he has acquired a eon- j whicn arrived shortly before 11
(rolling interest in all the Kansas ! o'clock this morning, says the sur
dity street railways, which are capi- render of ncbuaia, whh had
t -I ;f ooo ' Mil, Wond'-r if ' een cee to Pn, was not an a3t
ot cabinet proceeding on its own
responsibility. It was endorsed by
the army and navy, the commanders
of which preferred surrender to the
powers rather than face a new enemy,
the nine months' campaign having
greatly impared Japan's lighting
Tuo l.ivs Navi.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr, King's New Discovery com
pletely cueed her and she says it
saved her life- Mr. Thos. Eggers,
130 Florida St. San Fransisco,
suffered from a dreadful eold, ap
proaching Consumption, tried with
out result everything else then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's
IS' ew Discovery and in two weeks
was cured. He ia naturally thank
ful. It is such results, of which
these are samples, that proye the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine
in coughs and colds. Free trial
bottles at Feizer's Drug store,
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
1V vinuc of ;i Deed in-Tru1 executed
to mo. bv H,sher! LVi M:vch '.Mil. lS!r2.
The Correspondent of the United which liecl-in-trny.l is recorded in the
Deeds tor Cahar
f Mort'j-eire No
I' T Armour, t lie meat King, as
I tree, it seems, to be a street railway ! States Tress at Tokio, writing under 0,li(',j of ;e Hegistcr of
I i o couiiiy, in ivevoiu o
i, paies 180 iind 11, I will sell at public
auction, for cash, at the ( ourt House
door in Concord, N. C on the 1st day of
July next, 6 acres and 1 square poles
near the eoporate limit of Mt. Pleasant,
N and will he sold to satisfy stud
deed in-tr:: st. Mav 2nd, lbU-'i.
Having been duly qualified as
executor of the ast will and testa
mcijt of James B WiuecoiT.tleceased,
all persons holding claims against
said deceased are hereby notified to
present them to the undeuigr.ed on
or before the the 3rd day of June,
180(5, for payment, or this not;ce
will bo plead as a bar to their recov
ery. All persons owing said deceas
ed are hereby notified to make
June ;i, 1805.
J. S. Laffeiitv,
Arc Von Goiiij; ?
For the accommodation of persons
desiring to attend the Centennial
Celebration and Annual Commence-
ment exercises of North Carolina
University, Chapel Hill, the South
ern Railway Company will operate j
special .trains between University!
station and Chapel Hill, connecting
with trains 11 and 12 at Luiversity
station June 4, 5, 0 and 7, as foK
lows : Leave Chapel Hill 3:30 a. m.,
arrive University station 4:30 a. m ;
leave University station 'G:35 a. m ,
arrive Chapel Hill 7:35 a. m.
Side combs 1 cents. coui
Remnants of percal 0 K-k
per yard, just the thing for
shirt waist shirts.
Four pound feather pillows
The greatest bargains in la
dies umbrellas 'ever offered
the people ol Concord.
Ladies gauze vests ;1 cents.
Fast black seamless hose 1
Silk mitts 15c to 48c, gloved
Aic to 4Sj, lisle gloves and
mitts 10c up.
Summer ccrstts 4fc.
YiX lot of oil window
Curtain poles 22 cents.
Lace curtains 08c per pair.
box oc to 4oc per pair.
N e w lot o f fa n s 2 ; u .
Washable Windsor ties .
Washable 4 in hand ties "j;
Black silk belts with buc
K i d h a i r c u r 1 er s 5 c . .
Ladies shirt waiste button
sets to 08 cents.
Silver blt bucKles 2f)c up.
Percal shirts at 40c.
White shirts at 2oc up,
Percal shirt waiste 50c.
Percal bonnets :25c.
Ladies muslin underweai
less' than you can have ir
57 inch bleached table lim-n
at 40c yd.
Five cent ink at :! cents.
Three tin cups for f cents.
U J. BOSTIAN.PROl