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"LET ALL THE EB3 TiiOJ AIJS1' AT EE THY 0'JKTf.Y'S, THY GOD'S ABD TRUTHS."
LEST ADVERT.-:: HELIUM.
WTLSQX, X. C, FEB. 18, 1897.
NUM BER 7.
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(iK.N. WKYi.llK AT I'LICKIA"
j MAJlHST you to :c
tr. o.aiid:"i; tin- most m:rt(;et B:
market in th(! world.
lv:ivi secured th
f(.:nc lor tii'' COLUMBIA
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."Mill r kirm i-lie-i i:ei.rtMl in ll.iv.iiii j
iui.i I'iniii i i in... Havana, Feb. io through the
Havana, Feb. ir. C apt. Gen. I intervention of Consul-General Lee
Weyler camped yesterday at Piace- i four Cuban women, including the
' tas, some distance eastward ot Santa , mother ul' Dr. Sanchez Agamonte.
Clara. j chit l" surgeon in the Cul)an army: the
Secretary Palmerola and the inten- j wife of Lopez Recclo, a well known
dent General left Havana by train ' patriot chit: attached to General
this morning in order to hee the Cap- i Gomt zs st.-iii' and the w;;e ot Cu
tain Oeneral on important business-,' ban Governor ot Cama-uey, were on
the nature of which has no: trans-' Sunday released from the infamous
ni I'.viu i ia: Or 1 KAINv
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l-aw. n Wlhrcav.
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t at Uirw store
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take j east; re in ho m j; it to you.
IV. c uiilitary commander of Aua-j de Recojalas, where with Mrs. Eva
c-ite, this nrovince, while on a recon- ; Rodriguez r.n American they liad
noiterin expedition, heard tirui in j been imprisoned bv Spanisli military
the direction of Arcos do I)ie-o, and ; authorities as political suspects,
went with his force in that direction.! --
1 le ltfund that some Spanish troops
V:d be en enat d with tl;e insur-
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WE ALSO CARRY A SKLKCT LINE OF
CALL AXD SHE US AT
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j '.ra ijatt.thon, and twelve privates ot
j tliat ecirj-(S been wounded, the
j Major having sustained serious injury.
't'he lroj;s troai Ajuacate thereupon
attacked the insurgents, dislodged
tiieivj from their positions, and de
stroyed their trenches. The insur
gents left eivht killed on the field.
During recent skirmishes in pro
vinces ot Havana and Pinar del Rio
the insurgents I"st eighteen men
killed and the troops had a Lieuten
ant and fifteen soldiers wounded.
i nn ii ii rut inn !' lrt'.iaM. t Wiliiuin
Kin!-y, WuHhiiifitim, l ir l4 ! Ii, 1,SK.
Lr-iiiiWi'ii ( . i i 1 1 1 M i i , f t m ( . i ; 1 1 1 i ' j .
.') Vill,;".- !l!'r-( ! O'"!o- -I ( 7 m.;T)-e
Supposi. d tro- ips to bj lrawn up :n hr.e
in such number as to extend tor a
mile, and ordered,!)- a signal that all
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Ttic -S;;inili .I'ViT' 111 II Vrrejils All
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London, Feb. i i. Tire Pariiamen-
h-om amlvntic sources try Secretary lor the Foreign Office,
;fthe destitution ex!-t:i;ii
Mr. George X. Curzon, answering a
.: v i oss vi
t7e r.meiican .v.m-aiat
c:.'7(! its services
r,. Si );;ie intei nau-ii ti ev j u
(uestion in th.e House ot Commons
in v ' a u i z i - concY-rr.int the troubles in Crete, sa.id
hat th-re were -.'v; ininstians on
There is no occasion w hich is more
magnificent or inspiring to the patri
otic American citizen than the inau
guration of the President of the Uni
ted .States, which occurs in the city
of Washington on the 4th of March,
every lour years.
For the inauguration of William
McKinley. on the 4th of March, next,
the crowds w ill probably exceed the
attendance upon any similar occasion
in recent years. The reduced rates
and splendid train service offered by
the Southern Railway Irom all points
in the South, and especially from
Virginia and Xorth Carolina, leave
no excuse tor not attending and par
ticipating in this great occasion. For
could St e, to fire :t once. One stand
ing at the end of the line would hear
the report of the musket nearest him
instantly. He weuki hear the other
Thus a report 550 feet a way
would come to him in halt a second. J
and he would not hear the last report ; . n. Li:i7
W. ! . Cu lkkv, S'km it;".
J . 1 K !;akim 7. Ch-rk 1 f Si
j. 1 1. ( iKMTin, Ki 'iu : 1
S. 1 1. Tyson, Tr.-a-ur-. r.
"m. I Iakkiss, Coroii' t,
j. T. ! i. i i.. Sui '. t Yor.
I'ltil' V. oa' t.
All UK mix:
for five or six seconds after the gun
had been tired. This would produce
a sort of roll, which would gradually
increase in intensity. Flashes ol
lightning may be considered as rep
resenting three lines of troops along
which the explosions occur at the
same time. Consider the variety of
distance and position of the listener,
and we account It r the variety of
cound in thunder. In mountainous
regions the rolling is augmented by
reverberations of echoes. Cleveland
J. A. Cl.AUK,
l. H. Coakt.
(iKO. 1 Iacknkv,
J. T. Kllis.
it W.i nh
P. P.. Hi ans. Mayor;
Jno. K. M00K17 Town CLrk;
W. Ik I ) i-:.ns, Collector.
D. 1'. CliRISlMAN, Chief.
Ih'HKlAM l A'R ri.l., I'll'Nii V
iAMKK M AKSII !;orKM7
r3 tli l)t I i cite and AI alurioii.
The mo.-t incredulous are convinc
ed ol the virtues of Aunl Rachael's
( III Kt Ill.
St. Timothy's F.piseopa! tliurch,
Rev. I'. C. bayliss, 1 'riest-in-eliare.
Services: Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7:30
p. m., Sunday School at 3 p. in., Week
days Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 .
m. Holy days at 10 a. in. Celebra
tion of Holy Cmnnmi"n on 1st Sun
dav in each month at 11 a. in., other
Sundays at 7:45 a. m.
Malarial Peruvian Park Hitters upon
a trial of them. Their base in Speer's j .Methodist Church, Rev. J. !i. Hurley
Port Wine, with herbs and roots so j Pastor; services at 11 a. 111. and 7:30
favorably known to the Medical Pro- j P- nl- Siuulay Sri,".,!, 5 P- m.. J. F.
1 1 , Ihaitoii, Sunt. Praver meeting el-
civilians round-lrii) tickets will lei , . '- , . , nesday ni-ht at 7:30.
i 1 , - t, as the best cure lor Malaria. They Diseinles Church, Rev. 1). W. I)ais,
sold at a single tare tor the round 1, 1 . 1 1 t 1 .1 . , ,
. J are all that can be desired by the Pastor; services on Second, 1 bird and
trip, anti ior tne accommouaiioi s 01
itself, Miss Iboton crcied!- ,le
' 1.7 ifi! nei'se.i and tier lucers
heights of Haleoa and an un-
kuowr. number to the westward. He
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Ur individual service in Cuba, provi- mat tne geneiai tenor 01 ine
(led Spain acceded and the American , reports indicates that the Christians
people desired to place their contri- j were rather the assailants than the
Unions of money or materials in the attacked.
hands of Miss Parton and her oncers, j Continuing, Mr. Ccrzon said that
The Gllowmg communication irom the Pntish naval commandsr in Cre
the Spanish Minister explains itself i tan waters cables on Sunday last that
and Miss Eartonand her officers an-' a" agreement had been made oy
r.ounce that they are ready to go to
Cuba, provided the people desire to
if.ace in Miss Parton's hands a sum
efficient to relieve the necessities ot thorities had armed or encouraged
.1 T 1
r- .r, i-.d tne Aiussuimans.
which the Christians were not to ad
vance any further. He had no inlor
mation to show that the Turkish au-
"Washington, Feb n, 1897.
'Miss Clara Ikuton, Washington, I).
"Dear Miss Part.m : I duly com-
7i;micated to my government the j
p7)i)osition made hv you to go to I It is unlncky to enter a house wtih
A Mussulman mob, Mr. Curzon
also said, had forcibly seized the rilles
in the arsenal at Candia, two Turkish
guards being killed in the affray.
SlMIM Ollfl'I- ll Jlt 1 t lull'.
mot leeble victims ot Malaria. Phy
sicians )rescribe them.
'i In- Origin ot CIist mi t
Cuba with the view- of conveying the your leit toot tor ward.
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American neooie 10 ine ii is uu.uck u 1 K;t- uuiuiu .1 o-
tall hi-rse at a kmer.a.
I have in.st rt ceiveti a cablegram ' Woe to tne m.m or woman who
- m tl!.- DmI-, nf Tetuan. lutormint.'- sneezes while looking at anew mooi
;f.-rer.s in consequence O the war
millitary companies and brass 1 ands
accompanying them, (25 or mere
men traveling together, in uniform,
on solid tickets) the extraordinarily
low rate of. one cent per mile has
been authorized. Iuom Charlotte,
Salisbury, Raleigh, Durham, Greens
boro, Wb'nston-S alem and intermedi
ate points, the trip to Washington
occupies only about 8 to 15 hours,
the journey being accomplished in
one night (if you prefer to travel at
night to save time) and the return
trip can be made in the same pulck
time; on magnificent vestibules trains
with elegant Pullman sleeping cars
and day coaches. Thus passengers
from the territory relerred to can
leave home the evening of the rd
ana arrive uasnmgton cany n. m. 01 considerable untKimty when an actor! R.-..-uar meetines of Mt. Lei men
In an old play called ' The Pro
ken Sword" there is a captain who
is always telling old stories, the detail
of which often varies. He starts a
tale about a cork tree, when he is in
terrupted by another character, who
suggests "It was a chestnut, Captain,
"Pah!" says the Captain, "I say a
Fourth Sundays at n a. m. and 7:3051,
m. Prayer meeting every Thursday
night. Sunday School at 3 o'clock, p,
in., Geo. Hackney, .7a j 7 .
Presbyterian Church, Rev. James
Thomas, Pastor; services on the hirst,
Second and Third Sunday in eery
month and at Strickland's hun h
everv Fourth Sunday. Sunday .School
at 5 o'clock, P. M.
baptist Church, service as follows:
Preaching Sunday morning at ir.eo
o'clock and N:3o P- m. Rev. J. A. Rood
Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at S (clock. Sunday School
at 5 p. m., 1). S. P.oykin Supt.
Primitive baptist Church, preaching
on rnd Sunday by Flder Jas. Pass: on
;rd Sunday bv Flder las S. Woodard;
the 4th in ample time to participate
in the inaugural ceremonies. F'or
detailed information call on any agent
of that Company.
.1 iHij;- oru nod i:ii!(i-.t (1.
Monroe, Feb. 1
you 11 cu'seu
"A chestnut," repeated the other
"T should knowas well as you, having j on the .;th Sunday and Saturday b f.,re
heard yc u tell the lail thos twenty- j by the pastor. Flder P. I). Gold. S
seven times." At a dinner one even- j vices begin at n a. m.
tng a gentleman was telling a story of
j Reeular meetings o
,-Jc.i,-. h-,, ,J ' ,-. "Tlifj I.oOee .no. 117 -V- i Cv' .V. A J . ar-
1 , ' . j in their hall, corner ol Nah and Goid-
Proken Svvord," said, halt audibly, j j)0r, , tret ts on the 1st and 3rd Monday
"A chestnut. I have heard you tell Uhts at 7:300 . !.,rk p m. .,h::,..
lhe tale these twenty seven times. -
Regular m-tings Mt. Febano;
Chapt--r No. 27 ar- !a-M in tie- .Masoni'
I fall .-v.-rv 2nd Mor.dav :::-!.: .7 7:3
ii i'.i. t ri.H.r 11ia1.ti.
here to dav.
tn it tne eovernment. 02 n:s majes- ; it
.the King- c Soiin, alter consult- breaKl ir
7 the Coav.nar.de; -in
!'ar bene vi lent c tier
am m.-V. uc
umucK.y to sneeze oeiore
or teli dreams bt to
;i drmk oi wrter.
F a man owns a white house, a j
, - been well and ramcuy oont
i tie wec-K s worK l:as
Norwood has impressed hlav el! upon ; inches to tw
This afternoon a meeib-g o.t
Pile sk;u c: a whale :s
.eeL L..a , a,,o;
soc c av.in we'e i
e s k : ; 1
t I, ' ;-f . .
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,ee bar i ;
1 m ine same cahieeram 10 conc wnae u
t ) von the thanks of her m ucsty the 'cms the climax by carrying a
(J :een and the Spanish government umbrella, the average Austrian
i a' your gracious intentions and not associate with him.
w and a while c.U; ami then
! was held and iksomtions
fair, alhe ant
en- j s.-rmnet.
h a hitle so
-,i i impartial, were unammou.-iv atioptt o.
will , . , J
! The resolutions al:-r expressed the
desire that tin
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ii as to res' st tile caws t I the
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J.O.I l.fl ligV.. , llil. .I.IUI'I .l -
the old-lashion musket.
ieheve me, very rt spectiUiiy
i Slgnetl )
"F. DUPLY DE LOML."
Tic f:e- ?
j special term of court and the Gover
C3 j nor send Judge Norwood to hold it.
-Charlotte ( Uservcr.
- - - - -' : night.
ZMQH D E R F U L are the mr- by --m-.
w Hood's Sarsuparilla. -uk! yet they , 17-.. .i..r
are iinpi and natural. Hood"- Sar.a- Lodge. No
parilhi makes PURE BLOOD. ' ::: f',