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'.Sheriff Millikeu lias appoint
or t it f'lai-L- inilpr in nlace
The ladies of the Daptist
church at thin place have sent a.
Im.x of clothing to a missionary in
--They are offering some espe -
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iull. nuirl Ull-.r.llllS 11) I at ICS
coats at J'yuuin A
Hoadeu's this week
Mr. W. j;. Uilkie, ot i:ape
r,,.... l,,u,,uliin liu,l (111 lulf Moll-
tiny, aged a hi tut TS years. He had
teeu iu leehie health for a vear or
- A ureal deal more cotton has
s..i,l at l'ittsboni this fail
h i 1 ever liefore, and the price haa
Til equal to almost auy market j
1 .iv ii m nt v nimm ission-
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... . ,t,,l Mr l II
' 'ir'"'"" " -iwo expert i'.ccouin anii, 1 M inin'i-
M..v- . a- Uieir attorney and Mr. Cht )ritical parties, to investi
1 ! .es .il. tiiirneriw suiicrintend- ,,..lt0 tu, ti,i:lK.i;,l condit ion of the
:'. ' I county home. j counlv and li-nort at the January
- ithstandimr tlm nuiuber
1; liisrs that lSvnuiu V lleadeii:
'itve sol. I fhis fall, they still have'(l;tt ;l H,,j,. u.ecting vill be h Id
t nice line and will be irlad to hav i , ; .1 I'l-nbiv of next
'.: laities inspect them.
-The S. A. Ii. afternoon train
es lialeigh ten minutes narlier
1 imii hen lofore, which being 1111-
ii. itn h is caused several persons
c ..ir'ig here to coma near being
ihe Webster-Tetiles Co. is
the name of a new corporation or
ganized at Siler City by l. L.
Yeb.4er, J. N. Teoples and W.
I). Siler. It succeeds the mercan
tile linn of Webster A- Teoples.
Trade is in full swing at J. K.
Weatherspoon's, uf Saiil'ord, 111
egant line of holiday novelties
just received. I'nusual bargains
in clothing, ladies jackets, and
-We take pleasure in calling ,
jHeation to the splendid showing
maae oy tlm lein'i 01 I it tsooro m ,
its statement published in another;
coluain. This bank d 'S.'l ves t he 1
confidence and patronage i I1.1t it
in receivui 1, and it-i s.icceo.t is
very ratilying. i
ti i.i f..,. n. i...t r... I
d.ivs should remind vmi of the ne
cessity of good dry shoes. Kyu'.im j
A- I leaden carry a full lie..' of odi-j
b!i slioen. such as Zeii'ler s. I
Craddock Terry's Lewis', Ac. j
Thes-names on a shoe mean th
best to b had for the money. i
Mr. Thomas A. Hanks
place, who has for many yeais
been a helpless paralytic unable;
to walk, was able on last Sunday ;
to walk aeross his room without:
any help. Mis manv friends hope;
that he may continue to improve;
nnd soon recover full use of him-:
Nothing makes a room in,
your home look nicer than nice,
riicrs. Thee have them at W. L. i
liOii Ion A- Son's, all prices and j vices were held, and on the steps
ntyles. Also nice art squares, i tu the chancel tli'i -were nrtisti
Carpets as low as l"c. per yard, caliy ai rah:;ed soii.e fruits of t he
lip to lie brussels, A nice h of : ear! h" wiiich piesi i:!i d quite an
table cloths, napkins and other , attractive, scene. IvV. vices were
household goods. j held at night at the l'.aptist
-It is now time to be getting , l" rKV ,.,1H Cno, ,.;,,llllVi
yo.irt l.ristn.as bargains, and he, IiU -(!ia ni) j,. (,!(.
It luace in tret uiem mm ii
Btore of A. Max-, at Diirliam. Isan
taClauswill have his headquar
ters there and everybody can there
jjet everything for Christmas that
is wished for. Go there at once
before the best bargains are gone.
If you are huntimr for some -
thing nice to eat vou will find it
iit W. L. London A- Son's. Their
stock of goods is the best. .None;
but the best goods kept. Itow
About some nice buckwheat and
syrup? All kiuds of nice fruits,
Usw crop layer raisins, nuts, tigs,
citron, currents, almonds and oth
A.,d still thnv pom. Where? .
iv i... f ...,...-. t. n., Hi,,, .a- a
Max at Durham, who is givin
11 11 1(1 .wilinc- li. uu; n . ' ' . U ...
iiuch good bargains to his custom
ers as you never before have heard
of. Goods of all kinds are selling
At and below cost, and he. is
slaughtering prices right and left.
Other merchants nre astonished at
ihe extra bargains he is giviug
ihi crowds of customers.
-A few days ago our venerable
.conutyinan, Mr. Samuel I. oin- in,v r;U. ail h.ippy heart. All the
ible.uarrowly escajted being killed. 1 oili,.,Ms-f lect weie iluly sworn in.
While riding a mule i became ' ;u tliP bonds of those, who hud
frightened and threw hiui, and his t,, jrjvi bonds, were all approved.
;foot catchiug in the stirrup he ; Nearly all were given by guaranty
was dragged about 2ii yards when .companies.
:tlie girth broke and be was re- Our new board of commission
.leaseil from bis dangerous posi-' PvS is one of the best our county
tutu. He was considerably bruised j bas ever had and they made the. Dr. T. A. Milkman, for ex
ibut no boues were broken. right start in fleeting as chairman amiuatio j of Teter John-
. it . j Mr. James 15. Atwater, who is one son, a lunatic
Mr. Oliver McMath, rtf thii()f t,u, ,,est i,usiUPS3 .,, jQ tlieJ. T. Johnson, insolvent
countv. will be 87 years old today , v:,,.,.. n,. ..'o ..n-ilw will
nnd he is the best nrcsi-i veil man
of his ago whom we have ever
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known. He rode here horseback
last Monday from bis home, ten
miles distant, and back home
without, the slightest fatigue.
Last week he went on a fox hunt
iu Moore countv. Me and his wife
celebrated on the Ctb of last
month the (Killi nnuiveisaiy
I Mr. Thomas W. Hackney has
! Imm h appointed standard keepcriti
place of Mr. J. h. Mornii.
m.. i r. Ci-ium has em
ployed Mr. Wain. M. Holt t as-
niht him in his olhce vl clerk ot
the superior court.
Tln telephone lino between
here ami Siler City is a great con-
venience. A person talking through
the phone at Siler City is heard1
Here as plainly as ii i; ii--
ent, although distant nines.
T, r , t rai!is have ,,iado
our nm;u vtry mm1ly and miry.
ti,., vow drv and ihni
'all the fall. They are not likely
i . I. l.i.f.ii'i) lwvf
tO HUpl'llVO lliUCll
spring. l.ail roans am mr gn ,n
est curse and liunlcn wincii v. nai
I limn f.O'iiK'ix liear.
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The manv friends of our veil
erahle towmmaii. J.J. Jackson,
is in a critical condition. U11 last
Moudav evening he was stricken
with paralysis ot tlw vigiit sine
ami has bfen iu an unconscious
condition ever since.
The new board
si.tuers have very pioperly an -
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llll'l l.eu I 111! Cll.lll 111.111 iv l -in .iw,
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w. .,,.(.,1 I,, ,ii,iuei-.e.
j neek for the purpose of consult-
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rsij., will ivret to learn inai ne.p,. jiiciianison, now a immnni?
1UIT and illSCUSiilig ili.".V X i S loans.i:nppeu hum an iiiooi.Tii mm-
of l 'hfit h.-iin n.av be improved. ' iloveiiie;:ts and cnuveiiielices. We
This meet iug wiii i'oi'n chile sucliiwi
legislation on the roads as may be
desired from the next Legislature.
No more important matter c oi en
e.:ee the attention of mir people
ami a full at lend. uice is d
I i'lioN At. I I I'Ms.
Mi.--j Am.iv 1.
Cli.ules J5. Wright, whf
from this towus'uip to In
last April, has iiioved bad
.!::. H. Fi
. Methodist t
is attend -
carries t!u- bes
from this circuit
t repoit in yearsi
( !i urge Tavior has relurned
1 I ui- iairi an 1 has accepted
'atlo'i as salesman with, the
t-Ward llardu.tlc Co., at iial-
Our former coin:
vm.in. Mr. W.
mi a i
i ', .i- --evi
S. A. L.
iceli with his brid"
it to lc!.ltles near heie.
ra! yi'ars he hss b'-en the
;i"i'i;i at Cai insle, S. (.'.
M : ri r.r-v.er h.a.s 1 1 en
visit here to lus mother. H
resi-o,.. 1 ,e ageiiev of the
1 T 1 . 1 '1 ' 1 . 1 .. 1.
a a i
f il.wil.. at lioci.iiigii.'uii, an oougii
il V 1
an increased sal-
THAN K s' -IV! N.i i AT.
( mi 'i ii.-.nks.; i ing liiy our tov, n
had the appearance ot a Sunday.
All bllsines-- v.as :-ll-peilded, all
Ihe stores hei !! cii.st'i!, and ll.o
streets w ei'e as pi:f-t as on every
Siihda.y. At the episcopal church
the usual Thmks.'h ing Day ser-
hunters from enjo nig tie-ii f.s v-
He sport. 1. here were family dm
ings, as usual on that day, and
many good dinncis were enjoyed,
especially that at the county home
lEv-m.VJi Jnnxhy is ' tLeir uu.
or it sr.w orFicriis.
..,.lti I !., t Ii'. I'lillilU f.t till.
r t Tiiilitv was a proud and
haiipy day fo: the uuterritied j
Democrats of Chatham, for on !
that day their recently elected i
countv ol.icers entered upon the
discharge of their duties and as
sumed control of oui comity's af-
Mrs. Thus, after Fusion rule for
ten vears, our
;ood old count' is
once more in chariie oi me pariy
that is composed of a majority of
thewhite people of Chatham. The
men, who could be elected only by
the aid of negro votes, have now
been relegated to private life and
their olllcia! life has expirt d. For
which n:av heaven be i raised!
There was quite a good crowd j
here to see our new oliicers lake I
charge and there was manv a smil-j
i r . :.. n.: ,.i i.i d ;n i
uu !;ur III ur-ii iimir, i"i. v..
reouiiv all their best i ll'orts to'hon were allowed llie tollowing
,.n i.. i.v,i,inr sle.,... ronitlv's 1 amounts: J. K. Kivcs 12.(il, W.
tinanees. which the Tilsion com-1
missioners have so badiy nianag-
We doubt not that all our new
. .v.. :n .i:....i n.;,. ,i,;u
UilllTlh Hill liniii.uc in... ...itiira
so well that no one-
-not even tho
1 , Republicans
voTi: im; coxiiukssm.w.
Th Slfi. .,, , , r..111Vllt,
t nt Kalci-h Inst week mid an
- hoiiiicrd tin- olilcial vote for Con
iossiti:iu in this district as l'ol-
Vance . . .
There u-t.-r 17 V(1itst
- . .g Countv for Alvin Uetts.
. 1 TOWN OF NIAii UA.
n,; Our former countvinan. Mr. T.
IS. Jtiehardsnn. now a nrominent
citizen ol l.oston, has sent TliK
; Ki.( oud an attractive lithograph
map or plat ol ".Niagara, a new
. town in Moore county, near
honthern I ines, wlncli lie ami a
noston syndicate are proinotin,
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winter resort for
Northern invalids and pleasure
seekers- as are riiichurst and
Soul hern Tines.
Already, without anv adrert.'H -
hi o,cr 20(! lots iu Niagara h.ive
i beni sod and the eiilemrisui''
promoters have no doubt about
1 malJinr r.ioid sales and soon
! building up ijtiile a idee little city
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:i liiuch success
i'!:n ii:nmai. cr.i.nma'noN.
Th-' ('iitennial ceiebration
May's Chanel on last Thins
(Thaiiiiseiving May I was
pleasant occasion, and was much
onjoyed by the huge crowd in at
tendance. It was to conira.T.iorate
j 1 he one iiuudivd! h aiiniers,!ry of
jthe orj'.i;ii;'.alio:i i f the Jh.pti.st
' eki'irh at that place.
I The sermon wa
liev. .1. At. iiile, 01 Apf-X, Who
1 ' .
was horn an-1 reared nc-.r there,
, ij. ,i 1,,. .;. 1: i; Wl.it..
(,;, Seiiatoi-eh ct from
(.,,unt,. K, v. O. T. Kd-
wai.ls de!ieie l a historical ad -1
dress, in widen he mentioned that
the K.iptist Mate Conventioll had,
bci'M held tice and the Sandy i
Creek Association live times at
Ma e's Chapel. A sump! li 'US din- I
hel was pr
I hie people
and was .
1 : recent.
ovi I by ti e hospita-
of the neigidioi hood
really enjoyed by ail
Co m n: i s k) He rs" Mc e t i ng.
bi lard of count v com -
mission"!- met last ?ioin.iv and
oreaiii:cd by ehctiiiLr James 1!.
At water chairman. They audited
I lie follow ing accounts:
M. I. l'i i iv and !'.. J. Mc
Ler, as poll holders and
liieinbi isof countv board
of can assi rs, ( a h ....
jj. ?s. lbyaut, lor serving
j load orders
I il. M. M a.si in. for examin
ing .Mural jioliiiL', a til
15. W. liobbiti, insolvent
W. F. Crutehiield, for con
veying Teter Johnson to
State llospital at Kal
eigli J. W. C.'iinpbell, insolvent
N. M. (lilmore, for .beef. . .
L. (!. Jfdinsoii, for ser
vices at county home. . .
W. A. Wicker, as superin
tendent of county home.
Adeline Jackson, for cook
ing at county home
W. A. Lawrence, for colliu
for Caroline Hooker, .1
Jason Watson, insolvent
(Ins Koei's, iiisoheiit fees
K. II. Dixon, on account of
superior court, Ac
L. M. Kobiuson, insolvent
li. H. IMxontor recording
voters i'ii permanent rob
J. N. At water, for lumber .
William Kiddle, jail fees..
Dr. II. T. Chapin, as su
perintendent of health . .
J. J. and J. T. Johnson, in
K. W. 151and, for services
as chairman of countv
board of election
Mr. 1!. M. Durns, for feed
ing 12 jurors one meal. .
C. M. Moore, for
Womble A Liuoherry, lor
J. M. Matcher, for making
Toe-Atwater Co., for sup
plies It. M. Dixon, for making a
permanent record of vot
'n. v.i.,ighni'n uf the ale olec-
H. Wilson $L'i.l2, J. 11 Cross
I2.4S, D. J. Kiggsbee 1 2.7!, W .
!M Limlsny SI M. V.White
!?!!. 00, 15. J- It ley i?Tt.2r., D. .
v.. , I SltiCci. Soenrp Tnvlor
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i:5.."7, T. A. Kirkman $11.77," T.
11 Tettv ST1.!S'., J. M. Cabauiss
ji?l".s:5, D. J. Willii.nn $10.U, A.
1, -l''..- i.
2, !l."() 7i
ID. Tarrell $10. IK, N. ( i. Yarbor-
'ough $ln, S. 1'. 'league -Jr. ii:;.IT.
- 1 i:J J :i; : i That .Jack Smith I...
- 'appointed janitor ol the. court
I house at 1.2 per month
Oki.i:iii;n, That H. -V W tdch ho
allowed 2 a month for months
for support of John Jl 1 ill.
CiininticR Joltings. j
Cumnock, N. C., Nov. 28.
At last rain has come. It was
a welcome visitor as it will help
Tim nick of the neighltorliood
ai'D improving, i'rank Jvissil is
innu'oviiiir and will soon In; out. 1
gram come up
Mr. K. ti. Segroves, civil
in er of the Durham A Cliarlottft
raihoail, paid a living visit t" Ins
people the past week, lie given
encouraging news in regard to the
extension of hin road towards
l'itlslioro. Ho thinks possibly th..
1 road ill he in operation in six
'J'ins will give an outlet
; that can Imt. he ol iiiestimauie val-
! ne to the citizens ol Chatham and
Mr. C. I'. I'endletr.n is hauling
Imnber to S:mr,iid for a dweliins".
lie wiliciYi t at once a due ling and
,.,,ii,u,.l, .j( 1 i,.,t ,,!,, !... I,.
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1 he tr.iiuod nurse, M iss S. lina
, Jtays, Kill lor liak ign last week,
as her serviecs were no longer
I needed at Mr. Kissiil's.
! Mr. Chas. Kiddle was buried
last Sunday, lie died of tyi
never. 1 1 is son tiled a Utile ovr
'a- week before of the same ilisease.
! 1 r. Kiddle was a good citizen and
his death was a great t shock to his
t . 1 1 I I . , I111I rn 1 I .iik'i 1. ti 1 I
; i.uuin mm inn ,,rin...
j Mr K. 11. Smit h, lonnei ly 1 d t!
A. C. Ij-, has succecdeii Mr. Tiuia
tor as agent and operator for the
Southern at this (dace. Mr. fin
lator goes to Tuiversity Station.
Tiiereainsever.il pet .1 ions for
stock law being circiiiated through
The beaiitilul l '.!i has caused
gram and vegetal ion to have a
spi nig-like appcarai.ee. We re
cently saw straw bciiv !! o.;is.
The rise iu the pncent cotton
! will cause a large ena-unt of tLi
s, to . llla,k,.te..
! A iiu.'irrel l.-etwet-u ne-'n es a I
this place on 'i"i,a..l.sgi; ing
night resulted in the la-'iih ol on.
negro and badly iiiii'iiug anoliiei.
Jt seems that two la-L'loes, t,ie
Malrymple and Ki.ss hill, had be
come imolved in a diliictiiiy when
another negro, Aii M.ois, interier
ed wheieiipon Koss 11 ill drew hi.-,
revolerand shot him dead, ami!
then knocked the I a!r mple iu - 1
gTO Sell-eiess. Win !! I 1 1 1 i sa W t i;e
lis .sam-Uiig Ii
v nnsavoiv p
I left i.
were e'uploved Ii) ti'.i
it this place.
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T. Wili !!e, while iatox-
ic.iied, was drowned iu abmit four
inches of water in Deep Kan, hear
I .loih.ston county is tie- fist of
ail i. unties to return i's iae.-.
f ir l'.)t2, iu lull, with the p.- uii.'iit
agreed to by tiie county commis
sioners. j UimtsviHe, Ark., the cmniy
ise.it of Maiiisoh coiiaty. a lo'.iu
fan) iuiiabit. ints, was nlmos! P. Lil
ly destroyed bv tire Sam! .v m U!:-
II g. Th-; court house V. lilt u-ok t
oi the count v recoil': v. ere burned.
Alius Weis, one of tin
1 est cotton merchants of
h'ii.is, was lined ."f2." for i
the separate car law. lb- j
the side r-'SelVed for hegr-1
letuseil to go to the otlci
partment, r he res thero w
It is said that experts
made tests and found oil
I, a, ve j
in 20 1
miles of l-'ayetteville. As yet it is
not known whether it is in paying
iqunntities, but Ihe experts are so
.)()() 'lllllch pleased at the prospect th t
I they are endeavoring to have one
1 05 of the artesian well-boring com
j ';j!j paiiies drill some tst wells. As
yet ho test wells have boon driven.
22.0"i, Winston Sentinel: Mr. (iiiaid.
1 the Southern T.xpress Co.'s agent
7. "in nt Madison met with an unusually
! large streak of good lin k. Sonie
"f.20 time ago the Cincinnati Inquirer
1.41 olVered a large sum of money as a
11.70 premium for the closest estimates
ion the number of votes cast iu the
10.00 Ohi,, election. Mr. Chant, by
taking advantage of guesses to
C'O the amount of about 2U0 jatlior-
led ill returns to the amount oi
!.it,noo. Attorney Mclich.iel, .-
Mudismi, is in Ohio m.w looking
alter .Mr (itianl s interest. ;
PiilliiiK a Vu'lc'ii Ti.ntl!. i
iii'.Mit...r. C 'rn -i"i .'l-ii.-i' ei i.r - eAin hhivit
Tiio extraction of an aching,
tooth from a complaining mule I
wii .in i 1 1 tt.iisl in.' i ic.-u i lei ice he'.e :
this morning. A purchaser hadliH
rotui ned him to a dealer, say iug
11. Co he had tits or something. A vete
rinarian examined the mule and
'diagnosed the afiliclioii as a dis
;!.! eased molar. The toothache vic
tim was thrown down, amlv.hili
I two men held his j-iws open, th.
.'5.00 horse doctor put some forceps re
sembling a derrick into his mouth,
7.ib" and noon getting a sure "hold"
the summons "to heave to was
given, the ioiceps , ,u .lenuKas
hoisted bv several men sw ung to a
- . .
iini the tootn came out.!
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The mule qui Kicking ... snowing r:
an hour after lie operation wa
nei formed, and the uissatistie.
owner carried him home
mule indicated rein t aim home-
sickness by several luty brays,
A I. !!v: ! ( M.t
Tin? undeisigiu d w
lice sample ''I :..
stoiiiiicii ami l.iv
disorders of the M
ness or com-. thai
new lemcdv and ;
.' .- anii
(,, of the
1 ti-t mi!;' ( Hiiiianv
ri- . C
tlio wai; and has as-d .
Iieiiellt of its credit' -i
eiii!.; named i ;
.! ' ..iMCl'.
il.Ci: i i;ie.
s 1 'a Hi lialm am
ednd jiarls, i.
i-b-r for i iaii .
is in the side 01
i has 110 re;-, : :
i- the reli 1
u!;ir ;;mi r'.. :
sale bv (J. '
' A i.iec ! .
l.ind 011 the ;u!
better tnan a pi.
back and f r .ii
chest. I li.iii:
or as a liniment f
deejt scale,!. iiii;:-i
luatie ha.n.i. I n;
tug lavs blew opt ;i th
ro, iu Monro county, a''
.S.'i.lK'O iu inonev find
State bonds. 'I'lms far the I
Ifirs have eluded capture.
J Ins IS
hf'USl'WIie '.-p!i iilSiliv
o Chambei lain s Cwiigl
it is certain to nt-e.;
the winter is over, and i
.it i -.
more prompt ami :
ry when il is kept i
e ;'i-n as Mm n c.s the e
tracted iMnt h. fore it
set lied ii; the s st.m.
everv ii.:-'t.i ..ee a i
b-s warded oil I v t-J.:
There is :io
i i i-.r- f . i ;! ,
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-iv-n I --.
i :: yen s.
The pc .
!y p'.'.l up
A i .e:.a
wiii b- pla.
iu:: of ; ;
in a i
l.ii'n... ii i' i
y e., .- :.,-eh :
I ii i : l . (:. .::.
t his ., i..; i,.
sq-m a tin.,
who li'.ed I
fro: ti her.-. "A
man ted t;i
cht'h. s. !a.t
he died in- ,
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