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00NCOKD, N. C, TUESDAY, OOTOBEH 10, is:
jfm -y mm i 4 1
aijk tossi tw.-.
P!:i,v i.f Woihit H'Hm Rv.u!y-
ravins H; Rill for I!l!.
He Wftr a Geo;! Wnmr Man.
VViiUto: ,r The taLclnrd.
ad which is to be
? h ! ' r -ro us ( V-u ?: t o rfei f .
For t"i,:v V-sj;..
counterfeit 810 silver eertiticate I -ioD9 of wotLer for their ciiihlr-:
Vvrasnnton, Oct. 9. A now.
bomo -timo ago it will be re-j Died, Sept. 7ih 169U, near Whiie
inen)l)ored tliat Dr. D D Johnson Hall, Carms Patterson Helms.
went to Corni:';-. l-t.Hncrc nnfV mmrrn enn nf Hnmnl W ov-i.l h..,.-, i ' . i tetthiug. v . th perfect .icciv?
spent a wmie witn nis sister. May ;J.. JJoirap, aged 18 yen
Doctor left and fa:::: 1 to pay her , months and 10 days.
his board bill but .die like all
good sisters is putt forth her
1 r--3 rurabi:
be a.dded to
.icl rs ahvadv
Fount Tillman, register: Mor
gan, treasurer; portrait, Hen-
other kir.i i
.'illu . 1 1; K.f CO
t I ill?
)a:sl church i:
is n n is ;x
and is credit
the ehi' i. soltri t- ie y
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secret service division oi the ; ,J-L' UJ1 ! ?:U-1,113 f 1,111(1 t',,Jie. n:-' :
, T, . . j tue bent reiDi dy for Diarfh . . It
treasury. It is of the series of relive the r(.o--.Trcr in.-.. :,
He leaves an aged father and ! 1S01 ; check letter B; plate nuin-! Soa bv ,if ir v,lr" v:
mother, one sister and five broth- ber indistinct; probably 74: J tie Re -ir " v't s 'V ty;.
euorts to pay tho debt ol her crs to mourn his douh.
brother, so Dr-tor snys, and has ; Though he was taken in younr
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sour o:. t i wo foxes oi line apples manhood, the loved ones are not 'd ricks. It is a dangerous photo
as a pari payn;. ;H for his board, licit to mourn as those who havu j mechanical production, printed
The iaihiro lo pay the debt ! no hope. Duriner the summer of i soft paper probably made up
:n to grieve the doctor 1896 he professed fn.ith in Christ i tum hueeLh, J.aPanese
! and connected himel f with Rock
m any wav.
TiuocoiT and lain- jjls rust :;,:tod
snarle, arrived here Tho ;n hieU there is no
! Hill B-jotist churcl:
tinued amenibor until death,
: t:.;sue. Uroen and red ink lines
cue used to imitate the silk fibre
of fhe genuine. The face of the
note has a grayish tinge, owing,
no doubt, to the use of a poor
' - "iA' , ,VuQ y;:-vs in wnicli tnore is no He was taken with tvphoid no OOUDT TO tne use ol a poor
:d vill spend S(Miiv) thno ; ,t - 4 ' x' j -A , qaality of black ink. The color
1 .,, . , car.pain hj, io oe a uaa fover abou;. tlie middle of August. , , :
Wmeccii's ta-Jier, , f .;rr 4 iu L . , ol tne seal is a tnlle too dark.
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Ul'Iferent precincts in tho county
for the purpose -
ai iiHMuvui, ml - ,tt,x.s- bherbT Peck drove to
nam, ol lv-a-jKeui
were no serious apmph prions as
i has nnt aJl : m1 hi;.
- -i i'i i of respect
hi (j-i;)arrus. Mr. '
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theie, ar.d rcturnod home
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to the result but day after day ! imprint of the bureau of engrav-
ho expressed liimseli as willing ! and printing on the left end j r. 0
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to no if the Master cnlod him.
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During the last lour woel.s nis j
mind was often beclouded, but:
s.iys lie must go.
f Xo. 1 lownship, j Sjim'-t-v s,n,,r: ?1ont-
that lie .v- I" an
i.anent of c;'i'? five
when ids mind was clear he ex
pressed the same confident hope
and urged his frionds to meet
be It ev land.
At a meeting of iiu stewards) His funeral was conducted at
of Central Methodist church i White Hall by his pastor, Rev. B
Lacy o,fre after which he was
: Ilarrisburg on j Monday night Mr. V,r R Harris
ons place that! was elected the superintendent
su.'dlv brought in to
n. -'-udi! r.isoii
i'rom the rule.
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Irs. V F, HesM D.:ui.
Last, week when Mr. Alartin
of the Sunday school. This
place was mado vacant by Mr. L
D Duval's absence, in Concord.
his daughter, Mis. W
F H 's-. was tying at the point of
de-t:h a i: cost. Today (Tue.Mlay)
the end c.,.:io ab(;ut noon. Mrs.
FT )':is heoa in bad health f---r
e.'.: ' " r mcr v;liiie and her dea.h
mear n -,.d to her suffering.
II.; m.odon 'i:ii;:o was Marirar(t
Dry. Rho leaves a husband a-d
An Arc Light i : 'u ;
Concord has at least one arc
light in tho town now. It has
been placed in the Cannon &
Petzer Co. store. It is an expe
riment thus far. Like the usual
arc light it is at one time very
bright tii en grows dim.
Arthur, son of Mr. Will P Dry,
vhib ou his way .. Mr. Wra.
W":. . f r's to inform hhr: of the
d-.:-ii id Mrs. jles, had the mis-f'-
'tu v,i! to ' 1 a-on his horse.
oth lilies were broken. On for hieh his physician
Rryan Mny Hnve to Eest.
TheHon. Wl.. J. Bryan has
been a marvel of a public
speaker, making unlimited num
bers of speeches to immense
audiences and always making
himself heard far and wide with
something which pleased and
electrified his audiences. But
there is a limit to human endur
ance. Tt was announced Mon
day 1 hat he was suffering from
aTeciion of the throat and lnnrs
laid to rest until th morning of
Rev: J C Davis returned t e '
home last night from Le ',: ' ,
Rev. J R Brooks reti:i ner tc
Salisbury this morning.
Mr. Will Lindsay, of Salis
bury, is here today.
-Mr. Grant Buchanan, of
X. j Charlotte, is here today.
The Amount Paid to the VHow.
It w'll be remembered that
Policeman Kerns who was killed
some: time a:o wTa.- a member of ;daj
Cannon ville Council No. 25, of
Junior Order of United American
Mechanics. The expenses of
the burial and tho physician's
bill has been paid and remainder
of the 250, which is $170, has
been paid to the widow of Mr.
Mr. D B Coltrane went to
Norwrood chis morning.
-Mr. JT Harris, of Hairis
Lithia Springs, S. C. is here to-
Mr. Jno. C Wadsworth re
turned home this morning from
Mr. R K Blair, of Charlotte,
arrived here this morning. He
went out to Mt. Pleasant onbusi-ness.
r "or and
y o CLl v.
a-cuunr of ;levo being no girth j scribel a long term of rest and
the s;;e-!Je slipped off
ing him on his arm.
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Mr. D x Lhaker, who lives on
South Main sf.re t. received a
telegram today (Tuesday) from
Sta'-- '!e stating that his
brother. Mr. Martin M Litaker,
who lives near that place, was
very low. .Mr. Litaker left for his
bedside. Mr. Litaker had beeu
iu bad health but the news was a
;o! ! sh vWf.,r tin? Asylum.
iL(3 11 'f- a eorresio;;dent to
the Charhi'.teObsorver savs Dr.
Kirbydias just returned from
Xew York wh-- -; had been
visiting icsaue .'ums. Tt is
;s prrsjug as gJ'atitvnu
qir;L A later telegram, how
ever, lends hoje that his en
: ,em(nts may not have to be
U hliaM L. Wilson 'ot Da! jrero!iIy 111.
We are glad to note that tho
Where's Your Read SpotJ
Most people have doubted their
eyes when at some conjuring
performance thoy have seen a
man run needles and pins
through both cheeks, evincing
no pain as lie does so. In ret'ty
every person ha. hundreds of
senseless specks of skin all over
his body through which lie could
run pins, or even cut them out,
without feeling any pain. If
some one else were to do so when
he was blind-folded, ho would
not be even aware of the fact.
! Physicians call them dead spots.
and the reason that one man can
sew his cheeks up while another.
A m line
0 I iimJl a
dispatch announcing the serious
illness of President Wm. L Wil
son seems very i.; ... . overdrawn,
While under treatment for lung
trouble there is nothing serious,
it is i: ow said, and he is even
discharging h's dut ie. as prcsi
d(uit of Washington and Lee
-?.rfT8 assornmeut of
uitiiip's, etc. in t.h-o
stvlish plaicisat 7 I-2e
I0o u? to 25o. yd
Just received an
Press PvvOkace oi new
Tafietas m black aaci
i .1. -i
I colors, liiev may
just vvdiat you ant.
Our dress goods and
notion del-arte: : Us
are replete v;it:i th.
newest novt. : Al-
could not is simply because the! vrty .,teW,CRV,NenT Qenc.KiPag
former naipens to liave mauy
ppens to nave nuuiy
hundreds of these .-oofs in (lo
These dead spots a re caused;
by the minute nerves which con
vey every sensation to the brain;
being either absent in these par -!
; lieu In places or d,3ad and sense
! less. But should any one of our
Xinvriciui V&vUun Killed.
vr;-"'-- the nori-he-n
' 'f iout 25 per c -eut j
:es and think it a fair I
'h:tor was able o
: s to be frou' b" to i
' i j o as''rn-,
" reatment.- Tho J curt, a
- further success i T ;
i readers allow
blindfolded, and tbe-
j his tnen('S to p:
Marion B SatTord of the gmitiy wit h a i-f
'S:try, a native of Relma, :all 0n one arm,
: killed iu a fight with hundred pi'irks he w
inos last Sunday. The ! ab0ut 60 or Tt) at iko
u kud (',;:' troops In the other ca:--
ar miles of the heart of j wm iavo toufhed -
T'ee i Usui -go nis
were Cincinnati Enrpjir
W-r.da; of Matresses in stock and a solid car of lb) on
v.aa. Like Zeb Vance's whikey- all Ma?
go 'd but ome are .better ih-oi oUici's. .). :
': -v, Ac ma Spring, Perfection, Sea Moss. iv :
Caiied iiair, Cotton. Cotton and Husk -lai e. v.
meansleast our Rice Straw with cotton top,
:'." r t 1 e millions. We have Mattre-e es to
-r ,.ee's coming. Don't forget us. o
soiid car of -Beds today Solid car of '
We are at vour service. i aio
aa- he i' as ui(; a
" -1 -rv a.i,. iru:t s: an-: ;
Hromo Qn.inine Tablets. ,, '. r,f ti,n i -rn- - -
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Carpets. We are agents for J. vV .1. o(b.
Manufacture of the United States- It". aa
ieone orders JNo.
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