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A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING.
THE DEATH CALL.
GEN. JULIAN S. CATC?
The Baptist Church the Scene of tho A Maiden Lady .Falls Asleep Typhoid Offers $100 for the Best Sketch of a
Marriage Beautiful Decorations. j Fever the Cause of Iler DeathThe Re- J Decode of North Carolina History.
Thursday night the Baptist mains Interred in No. 5 Township. To promote the study of North
church was beautifully decorated It was noted in Thursday's edi Carolina history and to encour
to await the fulfilment of love's tiou that Miss Mary Locke Good- j age our making a home litera
vovs made by Rev. JEM man, a lady who lived with her ture, Gen. Julinn S Carr has
o'mlMlV.t of Ooiniock N. C, brother, Mr. Wm. Goodman, on offered a prize of $100 for the
"uir Jennie Sapp of this Church street, was very ill. On , best compend or epitome of any
Ti lh,nifnlPhiirch Thursday night slv fell asleep to decade of our State's history
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Pays to Keep Cotton Clean.
It s a mistaken idea that some
farmers have that it does not pay
lu tvp uiu tunuu cit-ciu. :ur. soothas the chiM. softens the -nm
For vf n.iv icprB
Mrs. Winslow'e Soothiijr Jryrnp h :
been used loi over fiity Jtars by n:.
lions of mothers for thi'ir ?hih1r'
while teethincr, with perfect snceess. ii
wedding and numbers of peo
wake no more.
j within the period embraced be-
Jere Brown, one of our good far
mers who has always been careful
to keep the cotton as free from
dirt and trash as possible, had
two bales sold in Norfolk two or
three days ago that sold above
thc3 market price. Messrs. W.
B. Rountree and Company, who
1 Miss Goodman was a good ; twCen tho year 17o2 and 1SS2. j sold it wrote th..t it brought the
Christian ladv and leaves cood !
At tho nppo:uted iou , deeds nnd a good name behind ; resident North Carolinian. No j any cot' on selling for up to the
xvinv, - 10 enter,
She was a J firc.t who apply.
The sketches mnt not exceed ' I'viaians Take Notice!
o'clock, the bride, leaning upon her Some time ago she had an ' more than fifty w:'l be allowed
tr.e arm ul Mr. Jas. Sapp, and at,tack of typhoid
tho ;(,, Jin. escorted by Rev. B caused her death,
Lacv lioge, entered and ad- lady of aboul o'..
so will be tho
present Jiis session." Patron
vanced to the altar where the The r.meral was preached at ; twonty-fivo pages 400 words to
marriage vows were taken, the home today (Friday) at 1 j the page. They should bo writ-
which ; ws weru
ith a o'clock by Rev. Nelson. The j ten in a simple, direct, and log
, remains were talion to the bury- -y(;S, for this contest the
The ushers were
Mn,cn, ing srround of Mt. Crmel church
Wade Kimball and J IT Jo.ncs, . in No' 5
of Sali-b-iry; Mr. Wm. Muswick,
; Couldn't Sail YV:t: : ;:t Wind.
Hopkms, of ihis city. After the .
1 ' , .i - i rock, the former American the
purpose being to cultivate b
s-is -nded the invited
to the Kimball
irary ana nibioricai spn it.
Tho rizo sketcli : nd soie of
the best of the others n: y be
I n com p i i m e n t to t b e un'o i i s o t
Fnciish, attempted I thb North Carolina Publishing
;l-.-ro an excellent rocep-1
! Wednesday and Thursday to get
rlifomthe future be h . ......
(tireciion 01 me wma, dui no
breeze took the wind out of tho
... : adored by Mrs. Kim
".I.:y i ; ,
a'C'.vn vnth tho most beautiful
roses as it was on this occasion
;' !'lue Mi.-be s Lula Craven and
Au lie Tloge.
Ti:e : evly wedded couple
vili remain here a day or two
i ; re 1 o i urning to the groom's
field of work.
While the invited ones were
;j?.ombod in the church the
audience was treated to a beau
tiful solo by Miss Adah Craven.
Miss Mat tie Lindsay, of Mat
thews, presided at the organ
and played the wedding march
for the occasion.
; oil' the speed contest, but it was
The S ha ra rock wT a s
A. Sunday School Rally.
Sunday promises to be an in
teresting day in Presbyterian
churches, being the day sef apart
!ly Day by the Sunday
church. An interesting pro-
irrarume has been arranged, con-
Mt, Vernon to Change Hands.
The Mount Vernon hotel at
Salisbury changes management.
The owner, Mr. Frercks, who
lias been running it for 14 years
retires, but will live in the hotel.
The hotel will be under the pro
prietorship of J W Crowell after
the 15th inst.
Young Lady Dead at Mt. Tleasant.
On Thursday night Miss Ollie
Honeycutt, daughter of Mr. Joe
Honeycutt, died. Miss Honeys
cutt was a young lady and some,
time ago had a severe case of
typhoid fever from which she
Counterfeiters Kiiii IJown.
A gang of counterfeiters have
Society of Raleigh, N. C, in be
half of the history and literature
of our State, Gen. Carr has
asked that the contest bo con
ducted under -their auspices, and Charlotte this morning after
that all communications on the spending the wee here.
subject bo addressed to them.
All members of Concord Lodgo
No. 51 Knights of Pythias are
requested to meet in Castle Hall
tonight at 8 o'clock promptly.
C. L. White, C. C.
-Mr. M LRitch, oi Salisbury
;s here today.
Mrs. M L Scott returned this
morning from Salisbury.
Miss Midge McAd :i, of
Charlotte, is expecied tc :ic row
by Miss -Nannie Cannoo.
Mr. Harvey Day returned to
allays all pain, enres wind culic, aal is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It""1'
relieve the poor little sulTerer inimeui
atclv. Sold by drajjjriBts in every p.-r
of toe world. Twenty-live centa a tut
tle. Be ture and ask for 4,Mr"'. Viih
slovrs Soothing Sy rup," J.ind tit :.j
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The following shall be a suffi-
Rev. J R Brooks and wii -
of- vSalisbury, arrived here this
cient form of application to.enter ' morn og. They are stopping a'
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me coiiLUtsi: x, ,
of : county of
sistm of responsive " reading, j been run down and tho Princi"
tine music, recitations and :.d. have ben nested and
dros :-ir. N D Fetzer and I iod-0lt in Jail hl 1ho ( I'
, a resident North
Carolinan, apply to enter the
contest for tho history prize
offered by Gen. J S Carr. The
decade I have chosen is that be
tween ... and and I agree
to diligently study it and submit
a typewritten compend thereof
done to the best of my ability,
and according to the rules and
requirements of the contest.
The Whipping Tost.
Delaware has received much
criticism on account of the whip
ping poft law, which has been in
force some years in that State.
On Saturday' nine men were ?ub
licly whipped at New Castle ror
!y and petd.
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Mrs. Marshall Crowell, oi
Albemarle, arrived here this
morning" to spend a while with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bax
Miss Janie Richmond will
return home tonight from Lenoir,
after spending several weeks
with her sister, Mrs. G L Earn
hardt. Mrs. Barnhardt will ac
company her here to spend a
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the crimes of burlaj
1 or stern part ; lareny, in tho presence
C Orr, princii)al'o:ourif tho SUlte' Tlie mouids nd j people. There w
A rally day is
specially appropriate, as the roll
in this Sunday school has been
run up rum about "90 on the
summer basis to about 200.
have been found and j about the punishment
ceized. Publicity is y
A Small Vreck at the Furniture Store.
Thursday afternoon trouble
came to the firm of Bell,
Harris & Co. The mould
ing to which numbers of
beautiful pictures were hanging,
came loose and down came about
six of the largest pictures, drop
ping from, the ceiling to the
tloor. Several were broken to
Hi . v' y 2s Limited.
Dr. Byers, the eye specialist,
is at the St. Cloud hotel for a
limited stay. His services are
in large demand by the apprecia
tive patients, and as his stay
is of a shorr duration, we would
suggest that those wTho antici
pate a visit Dr. Byers' office with
view of consulting him profes
sionally had bettor do so at once
or be disappointed.
-Room 15, St. Clond
jm,um- j was jaui on aecoramsr to tiie i:-:u
ner provided by the law. it
i easy to say harsh things about
punishment in this lorm, ana trio !
so-called humanitarians and the!
super-senitive lor."1 not been
sparing in their condemnation.
There is, however, another side
of the case. The fact -hat Dela
ware has tried this method of
punishment, and refuses to repeal
the lo,-v, is evidence that experi-
j euce -ias shown that it is not ad-
&. ill? v a fe?,
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Miss Daisy Sins Married.
On Thu..,u;;y night in Char
lotte Miss Daisy Sims, of that
place, wos married to Mr. Claudo
.. itu ie Lity cuitor oi
ie News. Miss Sims
With a ear of TRUNKS
Car load of STOVES.
Car load of CHA!KS.
and the Thii 1 Car of SFUlNUS
in the last four months, ali-iu this week
';N a dau-h;,-r of Mr. J M Sims
1 to the family of
Color Line Tiirht.
The color line is drawn more
closely in the Transvall than any '
whero we know of. A negro is
not allowed to walk on the side
walks but must walk in the mid
dle of the road or street.
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THE BEST PKESCEIFTXON FOB
Smith arrived here
.o visit his sister,
and fever is i.- be '.tJe - :? -; r..c-5 iy.
ls Chill Tonic. Kpvpt fnUa fo .
l lien why experiment with worthless i
visable to abolish the w nipping
post. There is nothing more
valuable m the sr
what method of . nishnjcn
Delaware has concjudeo uir.t ap-ij?
plying the eot-o'-uo
thieves is better than locking
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feeding them at the st-. 's ex-VVe are expecting a Caret Firrmu re today.
pense. Baltimore Son: ' 5S.-T .- r -.-f
CURE A COJLD IN OJSJi Dai j . .
Take Laxative Bromo sJiuiur.e 1 ub.ro. , R hi Ahi'rllo 'V V.0.
Is , any wonder we had to finrelia tha "M iyorN Corte" for hi ;oil"- ;
! ;-j--.vii. Our trade makes :ii necessary. Give uh your tr-nle; thAt
what we want. We need new streets and hrni r 1 1 1 -1 oi i ..ou..;. --it UdvH
.-... nr. 4-1. on.l nfn rr-illlti.r fri i-iin t ! n - . ! r 1 ; t II I ) 11 ' V
I Ci i nd "e won't kick as; we haven't time.
All drnoists refund money it it mixe fu
money hack if it feu;: t- eare.
1 Dn each.jtablet.
la b. 3omethir new m town.
Spring MattieBS, The Bebt in town.
ct'iy oixvs he Oown at: C jfca."t:vn
licll, flurria Co.