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A r rival ot Trains.
i . vi 'iiT flinnjre of schedule took
; j. m. Nov. 1"., .
sor ni hound.
. at S.4 a m.
"in 40 a m,
" p in,
u i'."7 p m,
" r.: p in, (i i j4
, - a! ( 1 7 a m,
ll1 o? a in,
"7 2..' p m,
"11.15 a m, (freight)
a i only at Char-
assfiiL'crs for Wnl
, ti:-so stations wiiihato
. Pkatox, local reporter.
II OUT LOCALS,
only brought G So today.
ii:g at all the churches to-
t . T
men who mounted
iL'e last night probably
i thev could "act" too.
Mr. K .1 Moody, who lives at the
j'-:: .;!m Mi'l, is laid up with a se
Vrrr attack of the rheumatism.
stores are crowded to-dav
V:;t:i i-ople from the country, and
tif i brisk in all lines.
I- lVns, Pearl Pen Holders,
F. untain Pens, Gold Pencils, Gold
T: thpicks. A. J. & J. F. Yorke
".The Methodist Conference at
i" p. will pass resolutions today
; v-ir?g State aid to higher educa
tor. I iii.irrus Light Infantry will oc-
the old New South Club
:. when the club moves into
U. new quarters.
p -n-ion warrants, amounting
t 1; 1 7o-3, have been sent out by
thr State Auditor to the registers of
id is ut the various coaaties.
A:-i Australian paper got off the
t. '. ''vi-u. a;ul was able to survive
the ordeal : uIf a cigar makes a man
will a cheroot make a manilla?"
;tv. 0 L Springfield, of Raleigh,
.1 liccupy the puiput at the Bap
church tomorrow morning and
v ling. Rev. Pay sear, the pastor,
v iii prtach at Phaniel.
( L.-jv. Carr has appointed Oliver H
Al Mi, of Kinston, superior court
'I- nf thn Third district to suc
t u .1 udge Boykin, Tne appoint--.
Lt is to take effect January 1st.
VAMi;D. Salesmen to handle
LA A :ng Oils, Greases and Spe
s as a sido line. Liberal terms
1 r-Aiable parties. Address the A
'lAnmiius Od Co., Cleveland, O.
Id gray mule, driven by a
. -yrnan, was overcome with
' t iiA;d feeling this (Saturday)
. ,nd laid himself down on
..vts to rest, without undress
. (iLlfin here have received
. ' i t;?o Xrv: York Journal
York Aro-ld that after the
. Tliese pirvrs will be sold at
, "ou'.-: ' "A Greater New
' , Coy ; i.od on all
; g -: ; .A L;ok of disgust
r 1 s of those who attended
' nil! hi.. aJ a kind
' Atjling nrevalls among;
vv'y had no cause to coir- i
i.o.vovtir, lor i'hk Standaiid
'Ml ' :a tiiey were to
. L 73'A...lAu, of Marengo, 111 ,
; -a iLat Ayer's Pills, taken when
, ;,i:;voc of 'a grippe ap
, i-rsvent farther progr0'- of
A m .tv:o, and be has yet to find
-vA case where thesa pills did
- ..o the malady. Every dose
vr. HarriEon Nathaniel John-
, -oi MuGxsviilo, and Miss An-L-vu
Harbin, of Statesville, were
1;" i'ed in the holy bonds of matri
; --uiy in the Methodist church at
uesville yesterday evening by
1 v. Dr. Rowe, the Presiding Elder
; the Statesyille District. Mr. J L
Harris, of Mooresville, was best
a. The ushers for the brilliant
r,"oiion were: R Y McPhorson, De
itt Mills, Mooresville; S S Mc
Kiy, Charlotte, and Mr. Poston,
cf statesville Mooresville Record.
le of th.
U Mr. David I Ef,,.?"S ';!
gave birth 1""aiu. "i i
SdfWB'th,are roS l4uhy
ana iUl y r.eveloped. LtaitDy
?ifr i? ci
iourcsvilie Pen ' tf'r of t -
11 PQt or i n
j ymc-- " Uiau0Ue
,wt-()t pnH.(iaa 'u, ",M"rJUi,
thrnnt o.,! i : "KuiHjt8 ot the
P - ctora!. ThiCi" 8 ,ae"y
affords Pre u . relie Mn"
w; the ad?anced stas of that
isado ,lf -13 alwa-Vfl seasonable
the HV(:r 1 reg,ulate ler and
the hver regulates the pon. If
Znu lf lahh or dised
tnen thore is constant Biliousness,
d,ge.t:or,,Headacne and all the
disorder of the stomach that one
hears of. Try Simm.as LUer
regulator and prove this.
Kllls of Iyili,as n0i Interest
. The Knights held a rousing meet
ing last night and elected officers
tor the ensuing year. This lodga is
astrong one and much interest is
being manifested. The new officers
C L Smith, C. C; Holland Th orrm-
son, V. C: Rev W n aivj.
Pub; M L Marsh, M. of F.; C A
Pamplin, M. of Ex.; H M Barrow,
K of R. and S ; J C Fink, M. of A.:
Albert Freeze, M. of W.
The Durham Sua of Thursday
says : "The Raleigh board of aiders
men paeaed an ordinance closing the
saloons of that city at 11 o'clock at
night, to take effect January 1st.
Now the effect of ordinance is post
poned until the 1st of March. This
was done in respect to the legisla
ture which will he in session from
January to March. Raleigh seems
to be very considerate towards the
legislature, and wants the boys to
have a good time and spend their
money freely, without restraint.
Raleigh always keeps one eye open
on the main chance."
A New York doctor wants a di
vorce from his wife because she per
sists in loving her poodle dog more
than him. She seems to have a pre
ference for small dogs. As she dog
gedly refases to be divorced from
the little dog, he insists on being
divorced from hsr.
"T"N s young girl's lUi
wv itf1 I there cornea a urn
V. fSifh v.-1k:u the careless
M'tMCAf innocence of child.
'VVV-'Tk modest, blushing
v . vv ft hood cnansres vo me
V-t... .,' T'V maidenly sen - coa
,Xsciousness of ar
Xt i-S ii A7! crouching maturity.
fiiNjiThe eye is brighter :
vfT'3"''- there is a tYjuch of
jr --! shy coquetry in tlic
f Y,).: glance: the girl has
v - ' Ik-come a woman.
A critical period so full
'CSi f happy possibil
'V . ' ities, yet so hedged
tf-.'-i about with the pay
Vi Apical sulTe rings and
':fcdangers pecuiisi to
It has been sak'
i?! that to be awo-iuan is
i'if sutR :. Too oUea
this is true. A wo
:un.:i't ".vl.'le uat ura
is o bound up in the
"J special functions o?
h'worrir. -;v.-.-.l that any disturbance of tins
sensidve or.'uism thiows the whole syster
out of han.-i ::v. "benialf weakness
cans, s ni::,.t,n-as of all the wretchedness
which w -:- : - ndure. It can never be pet
manentlv rchwed by "local treating
That is Areaeniily an expensive, embarras
ing useless Miake-shift. What is ne eded
nrP-ercet favorite Prescription to reach
5 of the trouble and
elastic- power of themselves to correc. mis.
I Icenilnt of internal orpans and impart!
flreanim. In a word the avorue rre
JSption" makes healthy, happy women.
Tir Pierce is Icf Consult; nsr Phys.c.aa
f the im" Ids' Hotel and Surreal Instate,
S;,ff,lo N Y He has made a lite-study of wo
ceculikr ailments. Over ninety pes of
men s pecui.r a People-s Commoa Sense
his great jork JJ drevopted to the consider
Medical Adviser, are ucvuic crrpccful
tion of cli f SSiAt are therein suge.ted,
means bPVSS?v to employ a physician,
n?.ALUntoCt s examinations. and th.
or to sun""" '"erauy useless, "local treat
ercpyiVtSt "tamps, to
ment- f nf mailinAov. will brine a copy
cover cost of mauuv d . World s Duf
n2; Bug-alo. H. Y.
J, .11 rr;f -:hZ OUi CCS
rpst(,i KUd strength uiicclij. v-a
?rt a r.r-..j.; This stops th.e weakening
drains wl;ich sap life's foundation ; lieaia
?i?,l?" I .u conditions, gives the ligaments
WSKSONAL POlA TEUb.
with th mumps. F
Mr. Chfjj J Poll . j A
tjSt - Cloud today.
WaS ln tbb cit? th!s morning,
Mr. S F Harm on, ofsLby,is
at the St. Cloud.
xr. oas. o luarsbali, of Vv ades
Mr. J R Ervin, who is teaching
ascnoolat Furrs, ia spending the
day in the city.
Mr. A Jones Yorke returned
this morning frorQ a trip down t'ae
Mrs. F S Starr-tte, of Moores
ville, spent last night in the city,
returning home this morning.
Miss Bessie Misenrjeimer, (f
Mt. Pieasa .t, is visiting the tamiiy
of Mr. A S Day vault, on North
Rotteu to ttie ore--Everybody Dis
gusted. The May Davenport Burleqae
Company appeared at Armory Hall
last night anU showed themselves.
They drew a very good house of men
only. To say that the performance
was rotten is putting it mildly.
According to reports from many
who were preseutj it was low, ob
scene and vulgar in every particular,
and does not present a single redeem
ing feature. "The "company" re
mained in the city over night and
left for Charlotte this morning
where they are billed for tonight.
We do not want boys or loafers
to write, but m-in of ability. 8203
to $500 per month, salary or com
mission. State and cneral man
ager. Racine Fire Engine Co.,
J16. Racine, Wis.
Domestic sewing machine, in per
tVct order only $10 00. Second
hand splic bottom chair, only 25
cents. Appiv at this office. dl2
Wanted, a JJemity Collector in livery
A man with a soul of feeling for
suffering humanity, but one who
will fully execute the law as it is,
to collect the taxs for 18 now due.
Let me he r from you ou or before
Tuesday, December 15th '9G.
John A. Sims.
ddl0vdl7 Tax Collector.
Last Notice Town Taxes.
1 must have your uses by the 1st
of January, I will have to settle
with the town on that date. I hope
all persons owing th. name will call
and seitle at once. I will h; com
pelhd to advertise il not paid by
that time. I hope jou will settle
and save costs. J. L. Bcgek,
Town Tax Collector.
Oct. 15, tf
must 2:0. only a few
leit. uur Jmetnat nasinee 0f anoth
tor 50 CeiltS. Our line
SOlCL by US at Sl.OO re-
cluceel to 75 cents.
iviuv. Luto j..abo .
UtJllUS, ilixisoci. v civ
Bugs at Si.oo, trmgea.
1NO suuii values vr
offered in Rugs. We
are actuallly selling
rugs for less money
than ever heard of.
and Price Makers
good length only 40c.
HICK M CURLY ORES
only 85 cents, worth.
FRINGED a RUGS,
X IV 1 1 i .J A r E Fl
Ladies hii at Id,
A NEW LOT OF
just in from New York, The
very latest style. Eyer7 one
a bargain. Come at once and
We want, particularly to
call your attention , to o:ir
Laides and Children. '
They are known as "Ltn-.
Wearers " Every one vL
tries them come back when in
er pair. Qui
not be excelled. Try th-iii
and be convinced.
A Nice Lineoi
r gw are dail addiD tQ our
tocS jn al, iu Hne.
i take reat vles
ing our goods.
come to see us
Children Wcol Leggings 10 cts.
Ladies Muffs reduced from $1.00
to 24 cts.
Ladies' 0?er Gaiters 25 and 40 cts.
Feather Boa3 33 to 15 cts.
Ladits' Black wm! mitts 15 da
Children's Black wool mitts 10 cts
Heavy sheeting 5c yard.
Heavy Piaids 10, 15 c and up.
! Offers to the business public a re
l liable, permautnt, conservative and
accomodating banking institution
We solicit your business with the
! assurance of honorable Meatmen t
aad 1uu appreciation of our pau
If we can serve you at any time,
we shall be gl id to have you cotue
and Hen us.
TO CUSTOMERS. x
Gapitaland Sulplus $70,000.
D. B. COT RANE, Cashier.
;j. M wiJELL, Pres.
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Seme Aicdicin-js belong to one
reason and sorrie to another.
m, KING'S ROYAL GERMF.TUER
if. V ' SEASON ALL TiE YEflR ?vO'JND.
1 Tr.'ur:wos t7.c ImoixI, retnoves lannor
: ai:i AenresfJon, inviyorate.-, ond exli'A
1 rve-.-vtiO whole .sy.cin.
i a rr cr' ; i r n .v-i tr.' r:.
' :i --.. r-pie.- th-.- n-l.-i:v;:t :on an.l tlt-hility
. - - I ly hot Wfj.thcr and corrects
j bowei tx'oabk-3 that are s-o prevalent
j tlicu. ln-sidos, it inakt s tn mo::t do
I .?n-litful and refreshing ArAAc.
Vhfn innlaria "ridrs on every passing
brccz,.-. it is tho great preventive and
the imfaiiing- cure of troubles result-
lUts irom that taibc.
It is still needed for curing- Colds, Grip,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, and the ills that
belong to cold seasons.
leCoDeord Nationa Bank
It does these thing"-, not in a feeblo.
and uncertain wa lit with assured
and triumphant puer.
Keep It in the Home at All Times,
t"Sold by Iruggi3ts, new package, largrs
bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollar. ManuiacturuJ
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., ATLANTA, GX
WmZ Book, JUDed Fre
lEl ZLR'S DRVGMORZz