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OONCOKD, N. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -1899.
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A REVENUE RAID.
DREYFUS SAlfi TO RE PARDONED.
i Jh Coihw Has a Good Enrollment and
I he Seminary Opens Well Social
Written for The Standard.
Mt . Pleasant, Sept. 13 Messrs.
A Damaging Rain Visits Them-A Mar-
From the Charlotte News this
riage Last Sunday-Mr. Poteat Now- afternoon we learn that a special
Written for The Standard. dlSpatch t0 the NeW Yrk
Glass, Sept. 12. The revenue Journal from Paris was received most hopeless. 'Tis sad to think !
His Condition Is Serious. . ruiinK the ciyil war, a3 well as
There is no change in the con- in. our late war with Spaiu, di xr
dition olLangdon Smith this af- r&oea was one of the most
ternoon unless it be for the ! roubIesome leases tbo army
. . . I Vinrl tn r rent on nrifK In v-.n
worse. His condition is now al- . ; 4 "y
iusiauce n ueeame cnroic and
and Ed. Fullenwider, of officers made, a raid here last stating that Dreyfus had been that one of our young' men who
Monroe have been visiting Saturday.
nen-ls here for a tew days. They ; The child of John McKinlev
liave r -turned to Monroe
Miss Ina Barrmger has been ;
died last night.
Rothchilds at London has re
been granted Dreyfus.
only last Sunday evening was
Another dispatch states that ' apparently well is now lying at
me point oi aeam.
A SUDDEN DEATH.
Wfi hfl.fi n, xr&r7 "horT7tr vain ct-nrl
v,ry sick, the result of taking ' storm here Saturday. it did notice that a pardon had
a wrong dose of medicine. J some damage to crops and build-
Mr. George Moose, son of ings. . . j
John V Moose, has accepted a On last Sunday evening Mrs. !
position as clerk in Moose's. S E Earnhardt and Mr. -Henry
drugstore. " Tucker were married. She has
Mr. James Peck, who has been five children and he has three.
quite sick, is again able to beout. Miss . Carrie Gillon, of this
place, is visiting in Concord this
He Has Joined the Army.
John Pitts, son of Esq. C A
Pitts, of this place, went to
Greensboro last week, and has
The Wife of Mr. Geo. Gilliland Dies In ! enlisted again in the army. He
Ho has not" as yet resumed his
duties in the company store.
Mr. John- McAllister is con
rined to his room with a slight
attack of malarial fever.
New students are arriving
daily at the College. About
fifty are now enrolled. What
would have been the result had
we enjoyed the hearty co-operation
of our Lutheran brethren,
instead of their indifference and
even the antagonism of some.
The above number with those of
the Lutheran element that wTill
attend Roanoke college, and at
f other institutions in this State,
i would place North Carolina col-
lege on a paying and highly
I respectable basis, without mov-
ing it anywhere.
I Arraignments are being made
I for a cake walk at the home of
Mr. L J Foil next Saturday
night. So "stop your talking,
and go to walking for a great big
I chocolate cake,"
Last Pr'day night being the
. tune set apart ior a reception in
ri , 1 11 1
tionor ( rne conoge ooys, our
town's people, old and young,
! sim'u wending their way up
M-.' college hill to the president's
i :;i. By 8 o'clock all were
-Mit. The first feature of
-ning was the students
iheir partners for the
Tl e ladies were ..upst a i rs
. i li;:d the end of a string
:ul down stairs. The
:"H would select some
. nd i.uii. As several
' - . ladies, and even some
'Vicen, were up there, the
a Few Moments--Heart Trouble the
Cause of Her Death.
Tuesday evening about 6.30
o'clock the wife of Mr. Geo.
Gilliland, who lives on North
T A Rogers had a long letter Church street, took her last
from Dr. Cruser McCree, of breath- Her death came suddenly.
Alabama... TT WffOTt.v.niifl Though her health had not been
passed the examination and was
sworn in Monday. He will be
long to Battery O in the Fourth
artillery, and at present is sta
tioned near Baltimore.
-Mr. Frank Rogers went over
lharlotte this morning.
-Archey Spigle went to Sal
" . 3 T T J 1 1 1 rn t i . 1 1
years old. He is a native of this uuu bno niiU utjtJU Nlclv um , o v,narioxxe ims mornm
countv and practiced medicine days. Her heart was affected
here in the fifties. He would be 1 Mrs Gilliland was a . daughter ; isbury this morning to spend . a
glad to hear from any of his old oi Mr Eiyah Holdbrooks, of day or two.
friends in Cabarrus. ( Cannonville, and married Mr. Mr McCree Anderson re-
S W Winecoff has received a : GlUlland a tQW years ag- She turned home this morning from
1 Pttpr from Thomas Pntpat nnp1 CrtVGSd guwauAeu nusuauu otatusviny aiwr &jjtmumg tuv
of our boys who is now in' Cuba, i
but no children. The
Ar, ,.:at t,:
remains t5AajL witu iho paieuLS.
i A A, MtTA A
He is having fine health. wme mwut5U .i";
Mr. Wm. H Hammon. of New after the Poaching of the fu-
Vnrlr thp fan, fine train pr. i i neral at Poplar Tent church. The!
stopping at W D Gillon's.
funeral was preached by Rev. W
I fell line
Returns to Washington to School,
T r t t a. -r i a -ri
Mr. Will H Chambers, the , Jir' naner wrou11 uacK 10 Ja11'
deaf mute, whose home is here Some of our readers will re
at Cannonville with his grand- j member that several months ago
father, Mr. P W Furr, has gone - before the July term of court a
to Morganton, to which
escorted a number of pupils
itvo qvjilXj j xj - - i
place he, white man was arrested for sell-:
upils to , ing whiskey one night up at the j
the asylum. From there he re
turns to Washington to school
where he is studying for a teach
er of the deal' and dumb. For
the last two months, during his
vacation from his school work
in Washington, he ha sheen stay
ing at Morganton. Mr. Cham
bers is a bright young man. He
is a great baseball player and
belongs to the deaf and dumb
baseball and football teams at
the college in Washington. He
lias been on the diamond-with
Lattimer, Kenna and other
1 CAKES I
Buffalo mills. He obtained a
bondsman until the term of court
but the man, whose nai .o is J W
Wagoner, failed to answer at
court. He claims ' at ho was
sick at the time in So ith Caro
lina. By request o! las bonds-!
man he was arrested a.:-1 S' a ;-! ,
Wallace of Charlotte brought
him here Tuesday night, lie isi
now in jail awaiting court. Be j v NT!1) several bricht and hon
is hi bad health and has a cortili-! rst, persons to represent us as Managers
cate testifying as to his
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. Dayid Taylor, of Wind
Ridge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and says he never fonnd
anything that would give him
such quick relief. It is tor sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggist
NEW LINE OF
this and close counties. Salary 900
a y: ax and expenses. Straight, bona
! tide, no more, no less salary, Position
i pormnr.er.t. Our referpnees, any bank
in :'?iy town It is mainly otlice work
A.,,1nn ,1 lintno Tiif prion T!n-
good players. Their teams are commissioners Tuesday night the rio;e .self-addreFsecl "RtampM envelope,
fine and every member of it is a vacancy on the police 'force was: The Dominion Company, D pi, 2, Chi-
; filled, which vacancy was caused ; t a-
3'r. Johnson Elected lNaj.ci?t.i!t
At the meeting oi
ibv the resignation of Mi
Goldston. Mr. R Will Johnson, i I
who for quite along while has I
Ir, Riley Walter, who for'heen 0ur nightwatchman, wasj
weaKness tusiiy curel u
14 1 ;0rki (o
3Ir. Kilev Walter Sells Out.
s were sometimes laugh
i .1 . .... !
Alter tne drawing was , , .
t ' ' nA nicn ! Mr. Mabery is yet serving until
I A T -1 T-khncvn f a LToc nnn vrro i
t nil . uuiiiinu" ninvo viiViV I
fta.'shed, each couple repaired to
the Philalacthian hall where re
"shmentswei'6 served. As one
yung man was heard to remark,
they were then told to ''do as
they pleased" for the rest of the
School opened at Mont
Amoena Seminary Tuesday at 2
o'clock, with a iarge enrollment.
Dr. Miller informs us that appiica -lions
from boarding pupils haVe
heon made sufficient to -fill the
Rev. Bobt. L Patterson and
-ife arrived here today from
Union Bridge, Md.
Miss Venora Blackwelder has
returned home after Visiting her
sister, Mrs. R L Patterson, in
grocery store and who
served ice drinks at his stand ill J
Mr. J A C Blackwelder'rt store :
Mrs. isa;!f vTohfifU Death
building, has sold his entire j on ' Sunday the wife of Mr.
business to Mr. Horace Black- ,-isaafe Johnson, of No. 3 town
welder, son of Mr. J A C Blade-1 ship, died. She was about 55
welder lyears of ago and leaves a hus
m , m band. The.remains were interred
Their Little Child I)ei. Monday after the conducting of
m a i M the funeral at Shiloh church.
On Tuesday the 18-month old mm,
The Summer is
The Harvest is Past.
child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Sher
rill, who live on Fetzer avenue,
died. The remains ere taken
to Mill Bridge for burial.
For over riitr Year
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothic Syrnp has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
THE TIME TO
IS NOW AT
Everybody and their kinsfolk know that
BELL HARRIS & CO.
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
A startling incident of which Mr.
t i ri; f "PK1 -Jl a1 ol i tt Traa f Vi m
follows: lately. Sold by druggists in every part
T was ia a most dread'ul condition. My , of the world
: - ... j- . . . i , . l
while teething, with perfect success. Ifc js place to buy it and don't yu forget it. Lar tois, &oi c a"
soothes the child, softens the gums, , an(i the best factories in the United States at our command gies
allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and is us a OT1g iead in LOW PRICKS. We have bought to sell we sell,
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will, .f don't Have you seen our line of Pictures just m noth
rplivthe noor little sufferer immedi-1 ruu ! . , .J ,i t..:..., frAm -'".f toS'l.rA
. . . - 1,1 -.4- -vw i-i AtTVi 1 xi .r ww iff 1 r r-i 1 ti 1 t ' Z 1 1 win ' v '
rdriifrists in every mrt nij: iik nevui n -- - .--c -
Twentv-five cents a bot- Don't, miss the steht. Just the thing for lindai, nnilHi.i.) aiijr
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, j tie. Be sure and ask for vurs win- olher kind 0f Presents. .New line ot mourning jum n..
, i i. 1 u 1 wirtxrfl Knnthinor fSvruo. and taKe no r .
. . . " J r litlUUS lliUUt' itii nnvi 1 iivc.v w.
4 A 71AO 11 v in back ' hiows
liUUllVld VyVtlfcWVA, l'1--"-" mj , f
T .1,, It. ,tt ! nfhfir kmcl
ana siaes. no Hppenie mituua'ij ivw-.
inir weaker day by day. Three phyei-
j ninns had sriven me up i ortunately, a
The soothing ad healing prop- ! f WtP ' Cato" Brofel Bkkn'aArnte
" ties of Chamberlain's Congh VboM0Sma1e3 I decided taprove! . Salve! the best in the WOrld, will kill th,
iiumedy, its pleasant taste and I ment. I continued their use for three pain and promptly heal it. Cures Oh
' , 1 . , j . 11.,,, Tin hores. Fever Sores. Ulcers, iicils, iel
prompt ana permanent cures weeKs, am am m , Ai.r ijorns. all Skin Eruptions. Best
We Arc Strictly in it for Business
r uv. r--'"-" r w cavp.l TTivlifp androbbed the crave ons, Uorns, ail Kin xrupuona. dwi
mve made it a great favorite with ey saved hfe dbhi the s on ear ? , ,,5 .
flic nnnlA tt.t1 T7 o . . . . . !ta. .tm,i Qf fin guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's
ff.:wjiu vdij uci u. j-vji. --1' j to try tnem. uniy jwib., uioiccu,
HARRIS & 01: