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CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, MAY 31,
FAINTS IN PUBLIC.
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me iirvih I'lat in llollyuooii KiHily fiDv. M:i!m is 0 vrcnnio JS.y lro;;t
I)oooiUol-A II.iikIsoiiio Vina From 1 U tulo itoviou in- :i i..
Richmond, Va May 30. At Hob
New York, May 30. At 11
wagon No. 24 was drawn up on the
:'-iM. N.;. U.S.A.
Strong then reviewed the parade.
HOW IT CAMF.
Mini IV sis Wrutilu j ,.5 n
'.' i nipornry KeV'eH- tells an
story of hov a simple
. ..'e was ruddy enlighten
v.y '"-f providence. A
i:r arrt-d curate who firmly be-i
.: : hat God was continuriHy
: -:ng miracL 3 to enable him to
. the needy, and v.-ho so Mom bad
in his pocket though he was
; d '. v o i v 1 of the fire of charity in
. r. art, was accosted one day by a
. : i r-;vr.. nan.
: - ph-aded utter lack of morey
: :-adly turned aside; but on the
- cint';- beseeching him to search
r ockets, he hopeb'sdv put his
In one, and to his amazement
' y, found a live shilling piece.
'Another of God's miracles!" he
himed: and then, addressing the
an : "This coin belongs to you.
Ke it, and go in peace."
; loving told the ctory a few hours
-j- to his worldly-minded parish
' -t, and suggested that They
. M both go down on their fciices
- render thanks to God, a strange,
:deasant light suddenly broke on
; mind of the shrewd pastor, who
: iimt-d in : accents not suggestive
thanksgiving 4(iood heavens!
those my breeches you've on
M r; y (me.
' veral weeks ago nbout two huns
i carrier pigeons were turned
. in Charlotte, to return to their
in he north on the 11 y. One
iniuljer ha3 fell behind,
y ir.vctiijj with some acci-
" v in a state of ill health.
- wm. k or ntoiv a sr.r.iV one of
- i bird? has been wans
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.r uuiuua. uay was ooser eu o'clock, Governor .Morton was re.
today more generally than for some Uiewin the pamo.e at the Worth
jeare. Business was pretty well monument, he was overcome by th
suspended, the State and municipal ! heat nnd dr d lloTn on the"
: - ,,JU3ra, aou mere was a form a3Conscwa5, TSc. B, .at
procesR.on to Hollywood cemetery cscit8S.eat !it the time and a call
! composed ot the military, veterans.a
children's brigade, and the Ladies'
l r,r,i .v I -. Z - ' rf I
i;; ;T i-negrav!01,iK)3jte ,:je. Governor:1 Morton
( of the Confederate veterans were !soon rained copiousness and was
profusely decorated with llowers in ! hastiivonvered to the Wmisor
the morning by the ladies, and the ' lIo!o). HCComm!lud by ex. President
j 7enly ef rcises t,on213ted of an j Harrison and the Governor's private
,dre,?sby b,v, Frank Stringfe dow ' seCretarv .A U lev W n.i, w,
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auu piaver oj uev. Ur. 31 D lloge,
I There was an immensely large
crowd m attendance. The Jefferson
uayis plat was espjciaHv ocau!1-'-.
in variagated llowers. A very hand
.some Confederate llig woyen of red
and white carnations and blue ever
lastings was sent from Missouri.
This il ig.is about two by four feet
qnare and wa3-placed on the grivo
of the dead President. Around the
grave wan a circle of red rose3 .nd
white peonie?. A monument for
the grave was mads of daisies, which
were sent by the children at Westham
nnn V.-)y sick, we pave her r.itnria. '
Miou s'-.e '.vas a CliiM, slie cri".l for Castoria.
Wlien Flit? bornnit? IIss, she o'ur. to Castoria.
A man was going from house to
house and abruptly stopping people
on the streets today, telling his tale
of woe about the end of time being
so near at hand and that within 48
hour3 this world would be no more;
that he had been advised by Divine
power to inform the people of this
place of the fate that awaited them.
He argued the signs that appear
in the heavens, miracles being per
formed, and the great wars of all
the nations that had been and will be
no more, sml many other things.
The man was a stranger in these
parts. lie is either crazy or had
fallen into the hands of a thaumas
turgist and is a yictim of hypnotism,
Send your address to IT E Buck
len it Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's N-?w Life
Pills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills are easy
in action and are particularly ef
fective in the cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. P'or Malaria
and Liver troubles they have been
proved invalurble. They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from eyery
deleterious substance and tc be
pnrJy vegetable They dt not weak
(.u by their a:tion, but by giving
The ",v !oll(r Mf II.
Work is- prog r.g hue i
roller mill being erected by Me.srs
Lippards, on Eist Depot street, the
brick work being so fur along that
window and door frames have been
placd in the flict story. If the
force Vfns onhin.sr things for u
week cr so ; they have the past
several days, the mil! will be ccm
nl'd hv the Prst of Jul v.
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-'U she LaJ Child.--'ii, she save ihem Castoria,
SJusy 1 'i V( in- S;a. .
The "Rose Tea" on .h court
house lnwn Thnr?day nisht was a
success. The der.rmd for cream
was so great that it was a hard mat
ter to Keep the great mass of people
that ha i gathered there supplied.
The cornet band rendered some very
charming music, but the air wa3
nevertheless very close and warm,
which caused the cooling refresh
ments to go like "hot cakes," and it
kept the Busy Bees busy, indeed.
The Busy Bees are to be congratulate
ed upon their success. It w.i3 a de
of F-est nni.
Ono ITniMlrocItli Annlrorssirj
son ard 1 rgb't:
left this (Friday) morning for the
home of Mr. Joshua Hudson, Mrs.
Sw.nringdtrs father, in Stanly
county, aboat four miles we:t of
Norwood, to be present upon the
occasion of the one hundredth anni
versary of Mr. Hudson, which will
bece.cbrated tomorrow (Saturday,
by a family reunion,
reporter was told some very in
teresting ihin''S concerning tnis
tone to stomach and bowels greatly i Ten(irao 0 an, some of which
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Uipcity, perchimr it- invigorate tne s stem. Jteguiar size Wfcre th;i Air Hudson had never
e( n a :f .i i n
1 1 o ; : e t ops, iu;i v-ticl y
city and her citizens.
n white ribbon on
1 s v ry tame. -Tom or
v ,n bird breakfast if
. not aware.
'-Joe. per box.
old at Fetzer's
m.udii;!', a train or a
cotton fuc 'ry, ;;od tl.-ar, lie once pur.
chased a horsr, -javinj: for it S'5 in
; live and ten een pieces, coin he had
;;-:ccrn ''t' -d ly the sale of chickens
All I too.
iiave used Dr. King's
iv ry know its value, and
v,I . ;-.;.ve not, have now the
r to try it Free. Call cn
' v- Druggist and get a
i iiotrle Free. Send your name
rt-s to H E Bncklen Co.
;.go. and get a sample box of Dr.
c-'s N. v Life Pills Free, as well
M f iisu n II or o i ii . I ; i i f .
Chi' f j5ogtr was telephoned from
Siilist.urv to meet the returning ex
cursion train from Salisbury last ;in:
night, which arrived about 3 o'clock : ' v'r vonrs.
this morning, and take charge of the Mrs. Win-lou's S.;oth:rg Syrup, has
negro who did the carving act upon ; been u?.-d for over fifty years by
the face and neck cf Marshal Mutz, ! millior of mothers for their children
a barbel of Charlotte. Stinson is v. bile teeii.m, v.iih perfect success
now in iiil at this place, awaiting a ;I& so tins the child, softens the
hearing, which will be given him to- "
ruin, cures wind
the best remedy for
morrow, when the witnesses will ! colic, and is
come oyer from Charlotte. Stinson, 1 Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
it secni3. is a desnorate nesro, having: ! little sufferer immediately. Sold by
h Guide to Health and 'been one of the railroad rioters cap J Druggets m every part of the
tured near Mooresville several years world. Twenty-live cents a bottle
ago by the Hornets' Nest ' Be sure p.nd ask for 'Mr. Winslow's
Kiflemen, of Charlotte. See where Sooling Syrnp," and take no other
hold r'istructor, Free. All of
-til is guaranteed to do you good
cost you nothing. Fetzer's
hi3 "patriotism'' has placed him. kind.
CAN NO NT) & FE7"Zt:R $
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GIVING THE" E THINGS A WAV WI i II
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COME AM) SEE
IS! T HEM
And get a cir
cular Lbat will
tell vou all
abou it -
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