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ly plmaed ab tllefcoaon«ororthi]y
baatavad upon baa c* tbair num.
bar, Mr. Jaotphaa Daaiaio, who
of tha ooouaiUa
romlbp HaTmQiaufhCuW, :
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faJTo lomflj mo on U» booc
Two Irishmen were eating din
ner 11) a hotel In America tor the
flrwt time. There was a. bottle
of pickles on the table. One of
thsot took oaaof tlw green pick
les and ate it; he said, “Bcgorra,
Pat, thry one, they mtm flue.”
Pat thought II the green one was
good the rad on* would be bet
ter, SO bt took out a rad pepper
aad tasted it, and laid it oa his
pints. Mike said, “is it good,
Pat?" “Yea, bat I will lay the
little rsd hot cnss down tfll he
mam mir. ~
At the Reqnest—
of a number of patroni I win
work in Laurtoburg Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, SepU
12, 1« and 14.
If you want photographs 1«
sure to see me oo those days.
Very truly yours,
J* B. BPSKOffH.
Ml«. Eoiroit:—iiuvilig*" eoeTl
nothing from onr locality on tke
prrueub status ot ofluirs, I will
tragNuai on yoor patience with
Tbs universal cry among us
all Is short cotton oops nran1
obligation to soon ha nietorvar
flad to another year. Ws note
with |tlmanra noma far mats not
tatbehail stricken portion of
our community arc piekfag the
Buscy staple. While thoaa the
unlucky, which includes yoor
eonaspoadyit, wOl not cow
nmne batexw last of this weak oo
Aoooaot of late opening. I think
the land owners and merchants
should be willing to divide losses
this year, sspecialy where crops
wees visited by boils. I am glad
to say I have beard the expns
eiooe of some who are perfectly
willing to do this. Oue party
ownlmr land has offered to take
off nmt all that erne asked. And
one of onr eokxaesl time-mer
chant* expresses himerifas being
willing to loose all his profit*.
This T consider is along the right
line. “Cast thy bread upon the
waters for tlioa shalt find It af
ter many day*.” May others to
no better financial dreumetauees
be willing to do likewise and are
will see Hlejost oe long. May
prosperity crown aU onr efforts.
Let ue start another rear with
renewed vigor, pat forth oar an*
ergy * pereevemnoe, with bright
bopee ■ tempted upon oar brow,
try to be more eucceeeful i* the
future then the poet I would
be gied to hear other expree
■foa along this Hoe. What say
yon Ur. Editor, you are not per
[8nre, we are personally inter,
•■ted. That which effects the
laruer elerte «H other domes
whlthoat apy exceptionr—Ed.
Oar eye wn» very touch attract
ed last Bundoy evening by tb«
[approach of u.bsoutiful eiugfe
| turn-out. The occupant, one
of your charming young
men and the lady a beau
tiful daughter of our very near
neighbor. We predict wedding
beds later. Why dost some of
our bachelor boye. around here
follow this example? It reminded
your correspondent of tbs halcy
on days of kh youth.
Hr. 8to>usl Based to ready to
girt yoar ootton and guarantee
Oar young pastor calls fra
qusntly near by. Ws wish him
Messrs Stubbs ft Newton, with
the reatotaoce of asjgbbom have
erected aa harbor near hear.1
Thgy intend conducting haHosse
service* for several days. There
will be no night service*. I
Old Hundred, Sept. 19th 1904.
Everything to in the- name
when it corns* to Witch Haas!
Salve. E.C. DeWItt ft Go. of
Chicago, discovered some years
ago how to make a salve from
Witch Hassl that to a specific for
IThst. For blind, btoedfngTitcfa.
ing and protruding Piles' oesama
cut*, burns, bruises aad all skin
dtseaesaDeWitt's Salve has no
equal. This kas given rise to
numerous worth to* connterfidte;
Ask for lie Wits'j^-the genuine
Sold by W. L. Fields.
Marriage ought not to be a
tailors if one or the other par*
tim to it are eautlous eooogb
not to allow matri mony to get
too ranch eredit for making too
hearts beat as one.— Wilmington
' •• a
What will liItaly prove the
greatest battle of the campaign
la Manchuria, baa bean fought,
tad the soldiers of both -Cmr
tad Mikado are now resting
bom the groat fatigue which
their aboostanproeadented flght
log ocrastoned. The result woe
an OTenrbaiminir victory to the
Jape, but ft makes one shudder
to cubay contemplate the awful
cant of the capture of IJoo Yang.
Tbe carnalities are now placed at
a total of about 60,000, and the
Inot that thp boepital corps and
the Bed Croas with the Russian
forces were entirely overwhelmed
by the work laid oat for them by
the Japanese bullets shows the
magnitude of the slaughter. The
fact that 25,000 Russians who
bad been cat oB from tbs wain
body and were la dinger of an*
nihUatiou or capture at the
hand# of the Japanese made
their escape, and the failure of
the Jape to overhaul Kuroput
kin before be reached Mud ken, le
not anrprWng and detracts
nothing from the sweeping
trinsipb of the Japanese army.
Asthu situatlou now nrosents
Itinlf, the Russian forces have
hanlted in the vicinity ol Mud*
kmi. about T5 miles north of
Uao Yang, with the Japanese
not far nway, but, there seems
no immediate danger of another
general engagement, and in
last, late dispatches indicate
that the present campaign may
be considered practically ended,
and the armies are likely to es
tablish winter quarters and
merely strengthen themselves
for the eeoond year's warfare. It
may be that the Russians will
remain at Mudksn, but it has
bent indicated ia recent dis
patches that Harbin would be
made headquarters. The latter
place is some 800 uUee north ol
Mudken aad should. Kuropatk in
withdraw thither, Russian evno
entkxi of the entire southern
portion of Manchuria would he
complete. But whatever the de
cision of the Russians on this
point, the recent operations have
emphasised the steady victory
of the Japanese, and mode Ka
ro parkin’* ullged strategical
movements appear in the light
-of retreats that became in some
inetaooea almost panic*.
Dispatches . from Rt. Prteo
burg tell of the calling to urine
of reserves, which will doubtless
be dispatched to the front as
•ooo aa possible to MU up tbe
breaches ia the ranks caused by
the rsoeot fighting. The Japa
nese art probably also moving
to the front with the same end in
view, although it is seldom that
anything of their movements is
givsa out at Tukio, the first Tn
fonaaiiou often coming only af
ter the men have appeared In the
The lost news from Fort Ar
thur indicated that' no heavy
fighting hod taken place recently
although It was expected that a
general uasaolt upon thefortrese
woo Id he made soon. In view of
the tact that the Bosnian Baltic
fleet soiled from Oonetndt yes
terduy, with the avowed inten
tion of going to tbe far East, It
would he especially good fortune
for the Japanese if they co aid at.
cure this stronghold before win
ter sets ia. It is. however, a big
undertaking, aad uutees tbe food
enpply aaabeeutoB.it may be
alcag time yet before the (Mika
do’s men again march through
the senate of this port aa they
did when the yellow drsgoa of
China waa made to give place to
the battle flag of the rising
young empire of the East.
"■h fHt ->*; mwb aMt-wa*
Wtafc I am at imat tTnvrttn* lath*
•tlatrt «f Ik Klb* IkulMloriRi Oo.,
•ottoa Ml oil maaohMtais u( CSuriu Or,
^ local sr*d aa<t umoI basinr* will lx
looked alter a* usual, aid after a short
Umo I shall sir* It my |t*i*uaal attsn
koa. T. *f. COVINGTON.
Take notice tliut I will be
at the following place#, and
dates, and will ask you to
meet me promptly and set
tle your taxes:
Gibson, Oct. 6th.
Spring Hill. Oct. 7th.
Lanrinburg, Oct. 8th.
Old Handled, Oct. 10th.
Laurel Hill Church, Oct.
Conclaves Get. 18th.
A. H. McKinnon’s Store,
Hasty, Oct. 14th.
Laurinburg, Oct. 15th.
. Johns Station, Oct. 17th.
T. L. McNair’s Store, <)ct.
W. 1). MoLAUHlX,
is tilt) louivJntv.':'' ci ;.t»i noblest
arts. The study ol music i* just
u« v***enthd to an education aw
the Krgllsh language. Our great
Collage** ure our greatest educa
tor* and there you will And the
Artistic Htiufl Piano, because Its
perfect action ami beautiful -lug.
lug tons inspire the student to
attain Ute higher Art in Music.
In the horns is au emblem of
musical culture and refinement.
Sold direct, ousts no more thuu
medium grade or cheap pianos
through retail dealers.
He guided by Ute experience of
our greatest colleges in the selec
tion of a piano and yon will not
only own an artistic Instrument
but save tlw retail dealer's pro
The SUefl fa the only great ar
tistic piano sold direct. Urenau
Comereatore of Music has 50,
Pun verse ColWe, Spartoubonr,
S. C., has S3, FUlxaheth College,
Charlotte, has 20.
Hapliet Female University,
ltaleigh, N. (■., hue 81, Solent
Acudetny, Winston-Salem, N. t’.,
has 14, tutd buying more.
Presbyterian College, Char
lotte, has 3, Limestone College,
Guffuej, line tt.
Wiuthrop Normal, Hock Hill,
huH 6, and Colleges all over the
country, lack of space forbid**
Southern Wureroome 211-213
N. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. Wilmoth,
IS mi moreilY Mi IV*
SVRED AGAINST A NS*
sim use loss!
I! mol vmmt ran let aim linn It
for yonT AU laommaaa ratenaiad
to ora win be promptly mod care
fOUr looked after, mad will alvm
be iraowad when It exp bee wltV
oat no tier from you. ThaaUajr
you (ur umaclarure mod aoHrltimK
may other Inanraaee yoa may
JAS. L. MCNAIR, AOCHT.
BLEND US YOUR EDDSB
WHILE WE TELL YOU OF SOME OF THE MANY NICE TMINCS WE NAVE IN
STOCK AND ARRIVING FRESH EVERY DAY.
We are the largest handlers of FANCY OHOCEHlEa in
this section and are therefore cnablqd to supply yon at
all times with FRESH ATTRACTIVE GOODS and we
make our prices as low as consistent with quality.
We Mention *PlUa Week.
FEARLESS DAISY WTTER,
FULL CREAM CHEESE,
RO. I MACKEREL,
JOIN F. MOIRE’S LARS,
ROYAL A PR»E OF RANDOLPH FLOOR,
CAROLINA A KINCHAM’S RELIABLE NAM,
BREAKFAST BACON AM
BRIEB BEEF HAMS
Xa* Oereele We Mention
CREAM OF WHEAT,
IN REDOES WHEAT KSIRIT,
RAUWRN FROR Of ALL BIROS*
W* have many other good thing* to eat, bat will not
attempt to mention in this abort apace. Remember we
are ngenta for