North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
1 w- v
TOWN AINU COUNTY.
An intoxicated man brought in
There are no flies on the Concord
Little Miss Jessie Cobb has en
tered Sunderland Hall echool. .
'A. lady in Charlotte faiuted after
having a"ta extracted Monday.
The small boys bad a great time
in town today chasing rabbits up
1 nd down the streets.
The Blooniinbtrg entertainment
Saturday night will be the next at
traction at Armory Hall.
The dfuw&Btration over the result
of the election took the form of reg
ulating the town.
Granville ceunty elects clerk, reg
ister and two members of the
legislature on Democratic ticket.
Mr. A'iron Bost's gold spectacle?
wero knocked from his face Tuesday
night with a rock and broke all to
Dr. D G Caldwell and bride
riyed in the ciiy Tuesday from an
extended trip north. They are stop
ping at the St. Cloud.
The Thanksgiving toikey has
made its appearance.
HoneycnfcC No. 7,
Mr. W G
brought in a
And now the wintiy winds do moan and
The sky at eve grows dim and murky;
From o'er tie iie'ds we hear the plaintive
Of some forlorn Thanksgiving turkey !
Sheriff Morrison was defeated, but
he has not yet been guilty of laying
down his principles and voting the
Republican ticke nor be never
Some countrymen in the lot in
1 ear of SappenQeid's store,where they
were camping, were visited Tuesday
night by a rain of rocks. One mau
was hit, but wa3 not seriously hurt
Mr. John W Propst, better known
as "Sallie," whi is in the revenue
busines at Gold Hill, was in the city
Tuesday. Mr. Propst's many friends
were glafc.see .him.
Esq. V N Mtohell came in to in
quire whether the price of cottou had
gone np since the Populist had
carried the State. He wants to sell
his cotton wheneyer the pr'ce rises
The horBe of M L Brown & Bro.,
that got into the overflowing stream
' last Friday night and was injured,
U Buffering considerably from the
wound received in its side.
The crazy woman was riiibt I c
hind the band yagon Monday nighi.
bhe should be protected . this cold
weather. Something ' should be
done for the poor unfortunate colored
One young man went to the polls
the first tniDg, eayirg he wanted to
vote the Democratic ticket right
tk vay, that delay was dangerous He
feared he might drop dead or some
thing would happen.
Mr. and Mrs. Marks and Miss
Vfcam, of China Grove, passed
through the city Monday on their
return home from Albemarle, where
they attended the Eastern Confer
ence of the Lutheran church.
Some one entered the News Com
pany's room at Salisbury a few
rignts goa and made their escape
with about Hitccn dollars worth cf
cigars an I other goods, and some
cash that was in the money drawer.
Handsome cards have been ismed
for the marriage of Mrs. Moselle F
Roes and Col. Paul B Means, both
of Concord, 1. C. This happy
event will occur at 6 o'clock, Turs
day evening, November 27 in All
Saints Episcopal church.
Seeing crepe on our door dees
not mean death. If you so consider
it, jou will, we hope, live to learn
piat we are yet the livest dead
Democrats you ever beheld. We
iank the ladies for the beautiful
eath sent us of chrysanthemums
Marion Butler telegraphed Ed.
Keistler that Col. Kitchen had not
withdrawn. Marion Butler has been
branded a liar.'and he acknowledges
it by signing his name to one when
ever it BQita his miserable purpose.
Ed. Keistler d- s not believe the
' The negro fusionist, Leak, of
Winston, who spoke at the court
house in our city Monday created no
Jhtje discouragement to some of the
advocates of that moyement. Prob
ably it was well for him that he did
not remain in Concord a fortnight
Ain't it so?
llev. Dr. Rotbrock,. whose death
is noticed in another column, for
years never missed a commencement
occasion of the .institutions at ML
Pleasant ' Jiis favorite music was
that of a brass.banJ ; and his favo
ti e piece as "Molly Darling.'
Th;a the bandal ways jdayed several
timt s for th.e good old man. And
jt was the last piece they, played at
th wind op othe whole exercises,
just out of regard to.Dr. Rothrock's -
A heavy frost fell last night,
The photographs of the "Merry
Milkmaids" are beauts.
Save your torches boys, we will
use them in 1896.
Would to God we had mere Eowia
and Mecklenburg counties.
Democracy is a little disfigured
but still in the ring.
Tne tiger's tail was badly twisted
'i he shanty occupied by Mr. H G
Riiz, has been remodelled inside.
A divorce without almony when
the fool and his money are parted.
There were 'lawyers in Babylon
2,300 years before Christ, and iLt-v
were all Democrats.
Mr. A L Sappenfield is moving
into the late home of Mr. John M
Young on Spring street
Walter , Linton lost a portion of
his hand in the machinery at the
Caina Grove cotton mills.
The enrollment at Scotia is as
large as usual at the opening. There
are 240 at present.
Dr. J H Dreher, Dentist, will be
ia Mt. Pleasant JSoveuiber, 12th.
Will remain a wtek or ten days. nl2
Dr. W H Wakefield will be in
Concord, at the St Cloud, on Frid..y
November 30:h. Practice limited
to eye, ear, nose and throat. . tf
Mr, Noah P Correll was takeu
suddenly ill Wednesday with a con
gestive chill. Mr. Correll was quite
sick for a while, but is laright again.
Offens, of Kentucky, wins the
Congressional honors over his op-
ponent in tne Asaland district
by a maj.r:ty of 11S.
The returns as published in the
Standard were not official, but the
difference, if any, would not amount
to any great change.
Korner was in to see us today. He
is very much "put out" over the re
sult of the election, but he Bays he
will soon get over it
One cf the Standard's admires has
missed an issue and writes for the
election news. It ia too bad to
The Concord Hose and Reel Com-
pa:y held a meeting Wednesday
night at which some very important
business was transacted.
Dr. John Thames, of Fayetteyille,
N- G, has located here for the-prac
tice of his profession. He is step
ping at the St. Cloud. See his card
elsewhere in this issue.
Football next Saturday at Greens
boro between th-j Unirersitv and
Richmond teams, also at Durham
b&tween Durham and the A. and M,
No Republican or Populist have
yet charged the Cleveland Adminis
tration with bringing the smallpox
into Washington. This is clearly an
Since it has been discovered tha
sugar and whiskey can both bo raede
from the Nebraska beet, the beet is
becoming very popular in that and
In a private letter from a young
man in Winston, we learn that a riot
was barely prevented Tuesday night
at that place. Two years 8-2:0 the
whole city came near burning down,
and great trouble was feared for this
Ia the contest for the office cf
Register of Deeds for Cabarrus
our old and efficent servant John
K Patterson headed the li t of the
defeated candidates, getting the
largest vote cast not to be elected.
The man the Standard spoke of
as having been killed in a runaway
near Enochville, is taid to have been
murdered. We are unable to hear
tho true story but got word Tuesday
night to the above effect.
Paul Miller, and of course we ail
know how earnest he caa be, was
asked how the election was going, he
said ; "I have not heard from any
township, but they say 'Possum
Town had gone Democratic by 10,
A dispatch to Mr. L D Duyal from
a friend in Augu&ta, Ga., brings the
sweet intelligence that Tom Watson
has been defeated for Congress by
Congrtssman Black by a majority
of 7,000. Thank God, the Geor
gians have gotten rid of one dirty
preacher of anarchy.
Killed la a Bnnarajr.
The Standard has the sad intelli
gence of the death of Mr. John W
Butler, of Enochville.
He had been to a cornshncking,
and about ten started home. He was
alone in a buggy. This (Tuesday)
morning Mr. Butler was found near
bis home lying between the cross
bar and axle of his buggy, which
was terribly torn up. Mr. Butler
was dead when found.
The evidence is that the horse ran
away, everything connected with the
Bad affair pointing to' this. The
horse had broken loose from the
buggy. - :"-
: Mr. Butler was a popular and
good citizen and . boa death is de-
I plored by the entire community.
The Mate's Olden LatlicW minister
Fnfcsett Awv-Siue PHuls.
Last Friday at his Jiowe near
Gold Hill, Rowan county, the deuth
of Rev. Samuel Rothrock, D. D., oc
He was born in Davidson cou ity,
bis ancestors being Hugernota.- His
father was a blacksmith.
Thirsting for a classical educa
tion, "he," says his biographer:
"otarted out on foot for Penn Cols
lege, March 27th, 1829, having
across his shoulders a little knap
sack containing a Bible and some
homexmade clothing, and only fifty
cents in money in his pocket, which
amount was to defray his expenses
of travel and college education. It
tcik him 20 days to make the trip,
a distance of 400 miles, wading
creeks aud rivers, and finding th;lter
and food the best he could. Arriving
at the college, footsore and tired, he
made report to the President, Rev.
Smucker, D. D., who received him
as a father, and directed and aided
him throughout his entire classical
and theological education. During
Lis stay of seven tears at the institu
tion at Gettysburg he made one
trip Loai3 and back, walking, both
ways. And when he graduated he
walked home, thus making the trip
of 400 miles four times over."
Ue was licensed as a Lutheran
minister in 1833. His first pastorate
was St John's, Salisbury for four
years. He was pastor of historic
Old Organ church in Rowan county
fcr 33 years. His entire active min
istry was spent in North Carolina
except one year.
The University of North Corolina
in 18S8 conferred the degree of D,
D., upon him.
His first wife, who was a Miss
Hoke, of Gettysburg', lived only one
year. He was married a second time
to Mrs. Amelia Arey, cf Rowan
county, with whom he lived for over
fifty year?. he died several years
During his long aad faithful min
istry he baptized about seventeea
hundred infants and adults; confirm
ed twelye hundred and twenty-nine
members; married four hundred and
seventeen couples; buried nine
hundred and twenty two people; an !
preacned over four thousand regular
sermons, besidea many public ad
dresses, and thousands upon thous
at ds of catechetical lectures and
At his death he was 84 years, 11
months and 6 days old.
He leaves one child, Prof. L II
Rothrock, for a long time principal
of Mt. Amcena Seminary.
He had made all arrangements
about his funeral and burial, re
questing that Rev. W A Lutz preach
his funeral without eulogy, but to
say to the audience : "there lies a
sinner saved by grace." He also re
qnested that he should be buried in
a cheaper coffin and with less ex
pense than had leen bestowed upon
Lis deceased wife, whom he deemed
wor.hy of more respect, and atten
tion tbaa himself. ' The funfral
took place yesterday at Union
church, conducted by Pastor Lutz,
of Winston, assisted by Revs. A C
Brown, W P Huddle and C B King.
Rev. Lutz's discourse, taken from
the parable of the talents in the 25th
chapter of St. Matthews, was splen
did and was listened to by a large
audience. The body ot our beloved
"Father Rothrock," as be was
familiarly called, now rests in the
graye yard near Union ihurch but
his spirit must surely be in the
Paradise of God.
No blemish rests upon his charac
ter. Not a stain tarnishes the fair
name he has left behind him. Per
haps no one of the present genera
tion has fallen among us so univer
sally esteemed. The memory of
such a man cannot die. The in
fluence of snch a character cannot
be destroyed by death, "The right,
eons shall be held in everlasting re
Gladstone Items: ,
Cold winds Mondaj.
Farmers are not done sowing
Corn shuskinga are about ov:r for
Big Rain Friday'nigbt, and creeks
were all swollen.
There was a little fracus at Rich
field on last Saturday.
The Southern Conference of the
North Carolina Synod of the Luth
eran chnrch was In session last w.ek
The circus did not reach Albe
marle until late Saturday evening,
It was there according to all other
Mrv J P ifird was reselected
county commissioner Monday by the
Magistrates of Stanly county. - He
is a good solid man.
Adam Casper, formerly of China
Groye, was arrested at Misanheimer's
distillery on charge of letting
pocket book stick to his fingers and
leading him off to be deposited be
hind a log. He gave .bond for hid
appearance at court, we understand
)LD MAN WAYLAID.
Nhot Five Ttiiic Itr Ma:i and II is
I Three Son.
Snnday evening four prisoners, a
father ana three sons, were taken on
board the Air Line tram at Griers,
S. C. They were in charge of a
deputy sheriff, and had been arrested
for attempting to murder an old
man by the name of Pearson, near
Griers, Saturday night They way
laid him about sundown as he esw
returning home from Grier's, and
shot him five times. They al?o shot
a negro who was with the old man.
The latter was not expected to liye
through Sunday night The prisoners
weie taken to Spaitanburg for safe
keeping, as it was thought they
would be lynched. The name of the
men were Duncan. There had been
a feud between tbem fnd the old
mm Pearson, for some time
"Two Henri That Beat as One'-A
Last niht. (Tuesday) at 8:30
o'ekek, a beautiful and impressive
wedding took place at the home of
the bride at Forest Hill, Rey. M A
Smith, Pastor of Forest Hill Metho
dist church " performing the cere
The parties interested in this hap.
py union was Mr. J M Allen, 01
New Lon Ion, to Miss Maggie Means,
one of the charming and popular
ladies of this city.
Mr. Allen has recently moved to
Concord and engaged in the mer
cantile business and enjoys a good
ohare of patronage.
The marriage was witnessed by a
number of invited guests and after
the bonds were fixed upon them, a
bountiful recast was served.
The Standard joins the.r many
friends in good wishes.
Examination for Teacher" Certifi
There will be an examination of
applicants for teacher's certificates
on Kov. 15, beginning at 10 o'clock
The white applicants are requested
to come cn said date and colored
applicants on the day following,
Nov. 16 th.
Teachers, wlicse certificates Lave
expired, will do well to observe the
dates, as this will be the only ex
amination before the opening of the
Co: Suit. Public Instruction:
Lots of Fun Atonrtay Kljiht.
After the speaking was finished
Monday night at Forest Hill quite a
crowd still lingered around the
square, a number of whom were
down town boys. A vehicle occupied
by several of the town sports was re
lieved of the nuts and wheels, drop
ping the body to the ground. This
was done as a joke and of coure was
taken good-naturedly. "The boys'
were out for fun and they enjoyed
no little of it in getting their wheels
A Ciood Citizen tioes.
The sad news comes to us . just as
we go to press of the death of Mr.
Martin Lipe, one of Cabarrus's best
citiz3ns. Mr. Line was in town last
week an on hisTeturn home he got
wet. This brought on asthna,
which turned into pneumonia, result
ing in death today, Thursday, at
Mr. Lipe'a remaiss will be buried
in the Lutheran cemetery in this city
tomorrow, Friday, at 2 o'clock. Rey.
Shealy will conduct the funeral
Mr. Lipe had many friends in the
town and county who will be grieved
to hear of his death.
The Very Liberal Oder.
Special prices on photograps from
now oh until after January 1st: " I
will make cabinet size photographs
at reduced prices; for $1 50, paid in
advance, when sitting is made I will
take you ? negative and make you a
proof from same, and if it is satisfac
tory 1 will finiBh you a half dozen
cabinet size in the very best finish
Now remember, if you want them
at these prices, that the $1 50 must
be paid when 1 he sitting is made,
otherwise they will cust you $2 00.
Don't fail to take advantage of these
low prices, for after January the
price will be 2 50 for half dozen
cabinets and $i 25 for half dozen
card size. Z. E. Scott.
P. S. Please bring in the club
tickets, the time will toon be out.
Those Funny jsoys.
An organization of the young
boys of our city is about to be
effected. It will be a secret order,
known only to its members. Each
boy or man will be required to ap
pear or give sufficient excuse for his
absence at every roll call; they are
to meet every night, Sunday not ex
cepted and make a report. - -"';-
it will be confined strictly to un
married men. The name of the or
der we are onable to state at present,
but will let the public know more
about it just as soon as the organiza
tion is perfected and things get into
working order. : f
. Jessie Hamilton's name is being
run for the presidency.: He would
make a good ce in presidio
FJ.Fr.TTfW RF. ' ' iiJJlA J
' SULTOF 1894.
- si 1
a : -
5. s o ! 1'
.: JM"J . 5
I to - to 00 o w co to m 3 . .
I 09 -, - - '
lu I CI h- H
tni cn o 00 05 00 en cs 1-- a o
-I I CO OM K- tO-1 -J -J C
Oi M j CI 14 M O -1
t. I cs o 00 00 ct ib- -a C Ci i- en eo
i ra H ta CO Ot C CO OO O O
CT OO OO C
o to 00 to CO CO CI
THE NEWS IS NOT DEMO
CRATIC AT ALL.
Heavy tosses In Congressmen The
State Probably tostThe legislat
ure Foynllst on a Joint Ballot.
New Hanoyer county elect; d
all the Republicans it had in the
Fusion failed in Lincoln county.
Rowan is Democratic by 1,200
Iredell county has a narrow Demo
The Democratic maionty in
Robeson county is cut down half.
Durham county goes for Tom
Settle and the county ticket is
Kookmgham has gone Republican
by 300 majority.
, Alexander county is Populist.
Catawba county goes over to the j
Union county is safe.
Caldwell county is correct,
Cumberland county is close, Can
didate Shaw for Congress is probably
Congressman Crawford's election
in the ninth is claimed by the Demo
crats, while the Republicans also
Tom Settle has beat Graham.
Old Cleveland county is agin us.
Alamance is Republican.
Moore is Democrats.
Richmond is Populist.
Anson county loses 1,000 of her
Gaston county went Republican.
North Carolina is sure of only two
Hill snowed under in New York.
- Georgia eltcts a solid Democratic
con gres3ioc al jrepresen tation.
William L WilsonMhe author of
the original tariff bi!P in the last
congress is defeated. .
The House of Representatives and
the Senate of' the U. S. will be
As it goes down the list it goes
spotted as aboye.
A MAN IN WARD 4.
The above.is what The Standard's
kedak man canght at the polls in
ward 4 Tuesday.
A.t the home of the late Lawson
Misenheimer, I will, on Tuesday, tLj
ia day ot uecemoer, aea, st-u as
public auction corn, wheat, cotton
seed, farming implements, etc, etc.
Terms made known n dy of sale.
v-v'- , - Adminstrator.
This, Nov. 1. 1894. - "
. f YES1. k:
. - I The
' c Er
noauippa g- 1
ouitq cH j
pauqaaugj 53 '
CICERO THOMPSON CUT.
Bart Order rrcrails Tui'Mttny KisSit
Severat Itatlly Hurt anI ISnll liozon
or More Struck-
Shortly after sundown Tuesday
night bad blood began to show itself
among some of the negroes and a
disorderly class of white people who
usually carouse around and "pick"
f usse3 and cause contamination.
The first scrapping staried in fie
rear of Patterson's store, be'weon
two colored boys, Henry Phifer,
Democratic and John Johnson,
fusion. This fuss was soon stopped
Not long after this rucus, how
over, it broke out again, in which
Henry Phifei and Jake Plunket
were struct with rook, each receiv
ing a wound on their face and head.
A disorderly white man, we don't
know his name, was run against by
one colored boy Ed Martin, the re
sult of which ended in JMaitin's
being knocked into the ditch. This,
of course, drew a crowd. Severa
parties were endeavoring to quiet the
crowd, but of no avail. Cicero
Thompson was in the crowd, and in
trying to pass, some one said, "there's
a Democratic negro, kill him '" Roe
fell back and said he vas cut. He
was taken immediately to- Dr.
Young's office, and had he not ob
tained the necessary attention he
probably would have bled to death.
The man who did the coutting is
supposed to be a white man. lie
made a break for liberty and got it.
A mob followed him in close pur
suit, but he evaded their clutches,
and so far ne is yet unknown. Roe
Thompson is one of the best colored
citizens in our" city, and had the
treacherous scounderl who made
the fearful gash been caught he
would have been mobbed.
The knife entered under the left
arm, rnnninsr diasronallv down his
left side and back. Drs. Young and
Pharr dressed the wound.
Abc'jt 930 o'clock an unruly mob
gathered front of the store of WaF
ren Coleman, and it ia thought this
is where the rocks wert thrown from
that Eang in a whizzing tone so
familiarly around the heads of the
people in passing along the brick
row opposite to Coleman's store.
At least twenty people were struck
with rocks during the night. Among
them were Messrs J L Bogery Chief
of Police; Herbert Cook, Clarence
Emery and Luther Goodman. Young
Goodman received quite a severe
wound on top of his head.
- Several rocks were thrown through
the windows m the brick row, one
passing through the door of Mr.
Brow n'B shoe shop.
Only two policemen were on the
street and of course when their ap
pearance was noticed, the rocks
would cease to fall so freely.
It was unsaf a for anyone to
for a while.
After the crowd ceased to throw
rocks, Mayor Crowell detailed eight
or ten men to "stop it."
Knights of the Maccabees.
. 1 he Mate Commander writes ns
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows
'After trying other medicines for
what 8eemad to be a very obstinate
cough in our two children we tried
Dr. King's New Discovery and at
t-.e end of two days the cough ens
tirely left them. We will not be
without it "hereafter, as our experi
ence proves that it cures where
other remedies fail" Signed F
Steven, State Com Why not give
this great medicine a tria', as it is
guaranteed and trial bottles are free
at Fetzer a Drug store- v Regul
4.ze 50 c. and $1 00
Election Ilej..rf.-e Sot
The Standard would like to cam
to its Democratic readers, as well es
to the others,, some bits of good
Democratic news. But it is hard to
do. The little plan inaugurated by
Butler and Ilolton, as carried out
by the slave3 over the State, worked
like greased lightning.
We have lost Jco. S Henderson.
We haye elected only one
Congressman, Jeems Lockhart.
Though fieveial are claimed, but
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Capt. Ashe claims on joint ballot
the Democrats will have a majority,
though the Senate is ten majorit
Republican. From the best info d
mation we can get Capt Ashe'e
hopes are not well grounded. The
Standard believes we have lost al.
THE STATE TICKET.
It looks like Treasurer Tate anci
and the Democratic candidates for
the supreme court are gone,
The Snpeior Court Judicial
ticket is lost to the Demourats,
though it is claimed that it will rer
quire the official vote to decide.
The solid South is broken, Mary
land, West Virginia, Tennessee and
others haye gone. Georgia acd lit
tle Texa3 behaved themselves de-
cently and Democracy cinie oat tri
umphant. New York snowedTIill uudcr.
Pennsylvania cams up with if?
usual small majority of 200,0C0.
Utah went Democratic.
Virginia Democratic, only doubts
in ninth and tenth districts.
Ohio is 200,000 Republican ma
jority. Congressman Wilson, the author
of the origiual tariff bi ', is defeated
California i3 Deniocntic.
Hum's Uoru.Sritui u Wuryjntr fo Ulh
Wien the church is idle the devil
Example is more contagious than
Truth kvs to be looked in the
Mtdi ration is the ro-jla ! !i--'T"
Every sir. becomes a tiger on oui
The devil never h:is to go far tc
find a lonfer.
Worry and the grave digger art
Purity can be happier in prioL
than sin can in a pala-e.
A hypocrite fools Foine, but non"
so badly as he does himself.
Siying ,cnot tonight," lias made
many a man lose his sole
When we know God well his word
is all we want for anything.
A fact is something that will keep
going straight on forevr.
The man who goes out to meet
trouble ffill have a short walk.
None but the good can love the
truth that looks them in the face.
Every grateful heart is full of
music that angels would like to sing.
A civil tongue is a be:ter protec
tion for the head than a steel hel
met. Gpdjvill jiQt let gp i fjjurhand
because the world throw3 mu
The devil can cause --rrroubli
but he can't keep us from taking it
Love to God is sure to express its
self in ways that men can understand
There is great power for good in
a smile, when Goi put it on the
The cross is never found to be
heavy when we take it to please
Bobbins Uere Already.
While talking with an old citizen
of this city, a Standard reporter
learns that when robbms come to
this part of country before Febru
ary, we may look for a cold, severe
winter. It is said by him that it
has never been known to .fail, and
that hia forefathers had always
noticed the coming and going of
this bird, and that it was a true
We have noticed the early coming
of the robbin, and if this be a true
sign, you had better prepare for the
hardships of a severe winter..
itnddem Death at Forest Hill. "S-
I Mrs. Jacob Kirk man died quite
(suddenly at Forest Hilf Wednesday
afternoon. She had only a few
pours previous to her death given
birth, to a child and her death waa-a
surprise and very unexpected to the
family. Mrs. Kirkman was a young
woman, being only 31 years" of age.
She leaves a husband and two chil
dren, one of the latter being only a
lay old. Her reniainB were interred
tthe Fore3t Hill cemetery this
ftemomat 4 o'clock.
member of the
fifty-nine years, and died in
triumph ot faith in the Lord Jesua
Christ. His a-ssurance that all wa8
well with him grew Btronger and
stronger, as death drew nearer, nni
ti! the end finally came, and his soul
took its flight back to Him who gsve
i:. tVncer w.s the cause of his
death, and he had suffered eight
yars with it ; but what matteis that
now, as he has gone where there 18
t i be no more pain or sorrow, i ne .
seriter preached his funeral Nov. 1
acd was assisted, in the burial ser
vice, by Rey. Geo. U Cox, and in the
other services, by Rev. Thos. W
Mansfield, of the M. E. church,
South, and Uav John Reiwine, of
the J!. E. cirirch, North. The
remains were laid to rest in St.
Stephen's ceniatery, to await the
resurrection morn, when all tte
graves wil give up their dead.
Blessed be the dead which die in
the Lord from hc-ncefortb."
C. C. Lyerly,
Can no li a & Felzor bavelthi; good"
au I they beat ihn hints on prices
LOOK AT THIS!
One liu-drwd aoze-ri c&siplelCaps,
!:r;i:;t pra"e for Hays aud Girls,
Men im.l Wooii.'-. They aro worth
from Z-')3 i. "' :. '. uuj v. ii civo you
.roar choice for 25e. Not a cap in
;ho loi but v:hat thn ra.Lins alone is
vor'.li niort than z.;.
i-j 1." 'tiJja uiul.i iii.kJ.D.
Orange V.-.'iy 6aapio.hf.iH. Motjt
h.u a-.uonp; iUem worth lesa tirm
,- CO a d-JZdu by t'locaee from the
rj.c-t.3rv. Co.v.e and take your choice
fo- .VI 0. Most oi tha... aro worth
?:; 00 ia ' ' Z') but
-l 50. Aii rf:etsou's blo
Two luimed boys stats just like
h-'ti Irpd-: of merc.jnnts aro selling
it a tM V.'c co 5 the price exactly
Hi ' i , t 's: ,'.' Pjnd-g'-'l' t JOrri Pt g
: owsi vr n hnudred couS
d:'.y Ht .75 and 3.00. We out deep
i !.! Laa!o the best SI 59 suitiiVthe
Sinie. Yon won't believe fouxan
et such a suit tor that prWtill
you see them."
Twenty dozen boys knee pants
made of the finest all wool, cassi
uiere aud worsted. They are sold
it other places for SI 00 to $2 00.
ro lu.tko oe price on them and
that is less than LvJf. We give you
your cLoieo for 753. 23 dozen boya
knee pants at 20, 23, 2o and CO cants,
2000 Men's BuitE, and every one a
-rand ' bargain to tho buyer. A
heavy satinet winter suit for 2 00.
Xot a SNIDE or a SLOUCH but a
ifiil mude winter suit. 10J mens
i!auk -square ct t cheviot suits 83 00.
you never saw' as good a one for less
taan 5 00. Fact, come and see. 100
oest Kay Molt'-n suits only 84 00.
i'ou never bo-ight them for less
thtm 6 CO.
A magnificent line of Melton su;ts
for 3 50. You never saw these for
less than 5 00.
500 odd coats from 75c to 12 0D.
Every one of them PLUMS.
350 odd veBts from 25a to 1 00.
The price we name would not pay
'or the trimming and making of
i'-icn's shirts 15 cents.
'ilen's heavy drill drawers 20c.
A carload of trunks at prices -25
pur cent less than you can Ret ;them
MEN'S FINE CLOTHING.', ,
We Bre strictly in it. We trive
ycu )he correct tiling in fabric!
no'-tern. style nncL workmanshipf
Jots of ready
made suits that file superior in ev
ery way to goo as made to order,
iv.A we sr.ve to the buyer from 5 00
to 15 CO a suit. We can fit any
ihftpe, slim, legular nn'd stout. e
can please any taste'Fron prave to
sav, from quiet ta. severe."
When we say that we give you a
pood ail wool suit cf-nicj smooth
Kersey, you won't bdlieve it till you
come and see it. Then when we
tali you about our heavy all wool
caHsimere at 5 00 you will be surt.
prised, and woa ypu see it yon will
ba ttstoiiile J. The only trouble
about that suit is that it will wear
too long. .
And so wa ro rii?ht along through
the line: at 7 6("ycj get what you
have b eu accustomed ta pay 10 00
and 12 50 for. And our line of 10 00
3uit3 is made up almost entirely of
suits you have ben used to (seeing
at 10 00. Now the
for all this is that we buy the ar"oda
under value. We go to the market
late aftor tho rush is over. We find
manufacturers trying to clean out
ail of this season goods and work
ing on spring goj-is, io buyers
who will close big lots, the price
don't etand in the way. Of course
if we wanted to wick up a dozsuor a
half dozen of a kind, we would have
to pay Bomething like regular priced,
but when we sweep the floor of bic
'ots running up into the hundreds.
JsHOESl SHOE! SHOES
I eao,i r ndcrwldren.)