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JOHN D. BABRIER & SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
J AS. P. COOK,
GFfrMCE IN BiUCK HOW.
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OlWUiRD, NOV., 27. I896. j
nii: i.tt 211:11 w s.auicn-
Vi..li--.v cnci:iw.iu'; Jinbcoility
or lack of ma;-cune -lf-reii mc. , j .
?:.obl '--")man, ai -vayd proving her
. 'f nr:hv of the N )mage she re
: ti ycd ut me ha id 0 true mammou,
knows how to eom-j to me relief
just when it is n-uO d ;vd piaj3 her
part in roli ot uniarmaned goodness
-. fut u.o: and more con-
'ce us that we could not get along
"Pi....- i:;Jiea of S :. .Uiiies proved
tOU in managing their fea3t
uu Tueauay night and Wednesday
:,.)'. ii . ry tli iv ctecl to their
,fL!trou6 j.'iiiioas a fea3t good
i.i the l-ouy and a social re
past tor tne mind and spirit in a
bocial wuy, 'hi e they realized about
iU ne? tiirit. will aiford freedom
fro:i. ::.T:cu atixioue c.:ro in the we.'l
i t m,ine-.i coLgreation
ir,.or to our noble women !
0 0 ; iat football gme of Char
I tt-j v -.-terday seems to have been
. u'ccesr, viewing it from several
tar d--ir.t. Ic was most vigorous
iv r. t.urt id and victory was very
- ir-'if -y ;-chieved i;y the Charlotte
Financially, too, it was a
-ucoc-?, leaving some surplus over
L iture.. . It ra i also not a
;';0iHrH in casualty if reported cor
reciiy by eye witnesses. One at
k-ast, has little to dory over while
mirsinh hirriifrlf of injuries sustain--ii.
It io axil il-.'.t the strength,
'itf-rity and courage of the race he
!-pf u.ti to ideal American manhood
-::). 1 1 net infrequent
'-esult: cf an eesentially rough and
h.'izrir-. cus game, we shrink from
" O t the modes that are
0 with so much danger. When
0:t.y j ,AU dam-r nhould ba con
oid,'.'' only Or it does not
Orc:;iii v-jot r, faithful discharge
ioeit'Oi, but amu32'iaenti3 may well
b-:.- fUf-e:3Uragod that 0 frequently
1 -ri-t v.: iL'i gi-iof and disqualify
in for the very life sorvice
that athletic eports sre intended to',nCvv0 Ol- b tunu:
jreare them for.
Again we hear ot the drunken
r0. o The liuriSville Eagle euys
-ii.-t iii the midst of a murder ca3e
Judge Xorwood became so drunk
hat he had to dibmisa Gonrt, and a
muL on each side of him helped him
to Li; hotel. What a blot on our
ci 'ihz.-.aon chu a mockery of our
cli rts, thsr jr- o; ?r te such a shame
us a drunken judge to defend the
peace and dignity of the State. If
Judge Norwood is in grasp of an ir
resistible demon he should in a sober
moment yield his place to some one
who would iipt bring: reproach upon
the lofty profession.
SEVERE BUT JUST.
Twenty-Eight Anarchists Condemned
to Heath and 56 to tlfe Service.
Barcelona, Nov. 24 The Attor
ney General, who is personally con
ducting the prosecution cf the pris
oners who are under arrest for con
nection with the bomb-throwing in
a crowded street while a religious
procession, was passing on June 7
last, has announced that 28 of the
prisoners will be sentenced to death
and 06 condemned to penal servi
tude for life. Great precautions
vv ill b.) taken against disturbances
when the sentences are published.
The court will sit in the vauH 01
the fortress of Mont Juich and only
the military and the attorneys will
be admitted. The crim j a;; one of
taj moat fundish , on r ( v-m-
years. The usual religious observ
ances of the feast of Corpus CimsM
tn-.ttr-r hv ill'. ! mh ! U' '; in I
....v.i Kciinr a! .icrv'l-'(! ; T; A iii'. .)"! .'5 iiCS I
ife procession on ;U v,, , io ll o I
ciont church u $ m ia Maria del
Just as --.3 : recession was
jciuerirui the ci.i-h a '."'
exploded in too cro -v.;, .v :Trjg "
(it jn people outi ih', and 70ucd-
in 50 others, soiao oi wnom uied
from their inj wu
It Eem3 ilk-- a U -wer plaeed on
tho grave of Boi. Charles li Cribp,
th-.t hid son CmtHea R. is to fill his
unexpired time in Coic. j.hi.
s vi 13 but 2G years old but io juiu tr,
dispiciy many of the m sreH. char
acteristics of his father.
Loose clothes and dovny cushion
bring only a negative fc-rt of com
fort to the woman who ie srerincr
0'.L- dinfas.-i or derar- : m:mi j
(f tfic? orgr m dui ctiv hrinine.
ijomc cl-jtnes and some poshioas
make the pain and the discomfort
seem less. Perhaps the nerves are
mot afTected and tl:h- 0:i turi. dO-!
turbs the digestion. Nothinr; ;,:!!
evtr completely relieve but a radi
cal cure. The start of so-called
' female complaints'' may bo a vciy
slight thing indeed. It may be
that in the beginning h.;u.;: ' - .mdl
hygenic measures would stop the
trouble. Certainly at thO time, a
little bit of t4e right mccm? vrOd
stop it, Wheu the tronb! b'..co;nes
worse, it is harder to core, but still
it can be cured. Dr. Pierce's Favo
rite Prescription will i oOOvO.y
cure any trouble of thin chnr.icttir.
It may be absolute rolled upon.
It aJTords lasting relief to a v- ;mar
whose natuial mo.kcty has hf-pther
from consulting a phyeiclar.
Send 21 cents in one cent stamps
to World's Dispensary irtdicU As
sociation, IhOOo, I. Y., :;o receive
Dr. Pierce s i !b i ,;:e "Ooramon
Sense Medical Adviser" profoselv Otitic at . once I will be com
illustrated. i ; ,1 r. -i,ro.-i0f, w v,rf nm'H
John Kcr . dlo oi ri
who went to denlOf;
-ill if -li
The dentist told his lotnLfc to
gel behl-::'d the chair, and at the
proper ti:o j .b a plain the patient's
itjj k;0 Li.- . .1 1
distract uU-otitiou from U..
agony m h;o jaw.
petber, and tlic Iri-O::.::.!-
Oij, I.IllU l.jv.x . C
didn't kno- ti o rooH
down ! ' lrjiiu m i h igaro.
I can eavo vou mo;ie
surance. l p,iy in
1 1 :
you get. See mo for Fire, LOre s.ud
Accident insurance. tozi m;' ,
anu terms. .) . r . iiuj.i; y.
a e. Af t at , o n -
east of Davidson on Concord road,
good water, fine orcharri, and splen
did locality. Terms to t;uit par
chaser. Call on or address
J. Lee Sloan, Jr..,
d26 Davidson, N. C.
E. Miles' Pain Pills are gur.ranteecl to stop
UettilaahelnZQ minutes. "Oae ceat a dose
&q You Use
It's tlii ber,t thing for thi
hi ir urid.r all circumstances.
Jusr as no man by taking
thought can add an inch to
hit. stun.-, r.o no preparation,
can :mhe hair. The utmost
Oiml cr.a be doue is to pro
mote conditions favorable to
growth. This is done by
AycrO Hair Vigor. It r-
move dandruff, ciea tb,
!?. nourishes the
viiicn uic nair - -
just as a desert will tl ossein
under rain, so bald heads :ow
hair, when :hi roots arc nour
ished. Bat the roots must be
there. If you wish your liaii
to retain its normal color, or
if you wish to restore the lost
tint of gray or faded hair usa
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
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U'o Town 'faxes.
1 must have your taxes by the 1st
of January. I will have to settle
with the town on that date. 1 hope
r.,: nroiT1 an c,,mfl nail
that time. I hope you will eettle
and save coats. J. L. Bogek,
Town Tax Collector.
! - 15; ti
f I T 1 LS io i .' i
'i') 't attention sziven
i bn sin err.- Oflice in Morris bo.
1 opposite cc-nrfc houre.
i ua!.'i".,-.d ole executor of thi lat j
I vOI -ro t-H-ent of Co:. John j
j Shimp?eh, dsoerned, all peioons!
hVlir-i-Sms against eaid deccas- j
: id, v.v. hrreb" notified to present
! thcr. to the undersigned duly au- j
I'henticated on or before the 23:hi
jd.y t Oovemhor, 18D7, or thn? no
i urw i'.i be plead aa a bar to their
recoyuf y. Also an persons owin
?aid decoated aie notified that
j prompi payment is expected.
j Executor of laat will of John Shim-
i Tnr.h. rleceaned.
- ! rbp November 2fch. 189G
North Carolina conference M. E
church, South, Kinston, N. C, Dec.
Osb, 1895. Tickets on sale Dec. 7,
8 and 9, limited Dec, 19th, 9.20
round trip from Cencord.
Ladies' Gapes, 95c to $5. Pound SIiu.- ...
12 1-2 c. Pound Calico 20c. Infants' Hoods
and Caps 18c to $1.25- Yard wide Floor Oi
Cloth 25c yard. Blue, Gray, and Blue with
white stripe Ducking at 6 l-4c yard.
25 inecea of Suk Velvet and Plash, worth 75c to Sl.fio yd.
! ir'eces of Velveteen, worth BO to 40 cents a y.-trd, to -
27 nieces of Silk for Shirt Waists, Trimmings etc., t: ::;
25 to 75c a Yard.
i Unbleached Sheeting, in lengths of 6 yards and uiuIki . a:
colored shirts 128 . cts.
Club house ties 5
8ox4 cents to 40 cts.
Ladies black hose 4
conts-to 37 cents.
Ladies 35 inch
Hernisdorf Opera hose j
Ladies white collars i
10 cent, cuffs 18 cts.
black bone shirtwaist
buttons 5 cts per doz.
Ladies black silk
Yvatch guards 10 cts.
Chair seats 3 to 5 "cts
v ire hair brushes 8
Royal talcum pow
der -at 3 for 25 cents.
jL'AUCix', o eixA.d.' 1 ct
m. q vO n i o p i o 1 )
MenslcaT)s 10 cents,
its a 3 cts up. i
Two papers needles
for 1 cent, ci bt. i
dues 1 cent.
Sewing machine iu
5 cts per bottle.
Towels 4 cts
Shaving bruslie: 2
Garter elastic 2 o:s
per yard up.
White ta'ou 1 ct ic.
Hooks and Is 2 ao:.-
&r 1-cent, improved 1
cent per dozen.
The best colored
spool cotton mac!
Tooth brushes o
..... f ,
Shoe blacking 3
tons for 1 cent
ioi 1 cent;
Combs 3 ceivo