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OONCOUD, N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBEU 23, 1599.
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SENATOR MAY 15E LOST.
. ! tV.r niHiibrs of sud
- :'is in our county vrnstho
:i Siruiny moniini;' when
!-';;nii;u;dt. tho Avifo of
Rjirnhardt, dro-)od upon
i Sie!;nrss Ia-!'v P.urrod.
'V.mvUn Porsor.s An" li.rr.-inloa for Feaivi! Th?it the V-! With lV:,'i H-.d- ' Iv"eel) olir vitality above the
Mcir.orizhi' tho e.-cfnjs-Aiiotlior dirs Vent D.r.vn in a Tyjdioon. i negative condition and you will
(;mtost f Nevv's of a most disquieting na- never know disease of any kind.
The Catechism Kally at ture comes lending great fc:ir "No disease can exist where
Cannonvilio p- i;y1( T;;:n church, that the transport Senator hav- th.-r- is an abundance of puiv
Sunday afternoon was a decided ing on board tho Fifty -first Iowa bood. To get the necessary
success, j wo of the expected Volunteers has been lost in the r-aiount, eat nutritious focd:
speakers W(u-e not present, but Pacific on its way to San Fran- to circulate it perfectly, take
their places were filled by a cisco. There were about, 1 700 proper exercise; to purify it, get
shoi L address from 1h: ivwt nr soldiov mi hnmvl Ti.o -irv. fresh air and sunlight. If a ner-
Mid u iied. bne was at t).,i , . , ...... , -r4i i
, xiuius were prcsenieu lor per- press ot Japan" was caught in -.y J-annj cuuuiuun ui uie
m tee ko.ciien at the! r.. Ttt , ... ... . avo n,.i
tvre of the surface of the body it
is ? .) L.v. ssibie to catch cold. Cold
v, ;..m; bat! is taken every day will
tii ik h toward producing the
'".) '; :" :; proU)r food and exercise
, . ' , , .. , , Al isioies were presented lor per- press ot Japan" was cauirht in
;v mi tue I'Oiion i't tbe c
r,lir hnnio';,Ktni.rncl0Cl l'OCitiit ion of the West-part of a terrible typhoon,
oieir home ust across o: o . i 4-. .
minister Shorter Catechism to From it were seen indications of
lhvnilhr vn. . Jinllllo Misses Maggie and Jemima wreckage that it is feaied were
. r u enty years she has r , . T , n
4.,.,., : , , ! Eagle, Daisy Johnson, Esther the remains-of the "Senator."
art troubh which was y, , T) T
, , 01 -Alexander, Belle T,--azcr anc
ot hoi- death. She was AT . -, , . , ,
0, , n i Mcsdaines Alexander rrl Pros
U l .1 Li , l-i ....
t. V, T , . i toil, ana iui iiui j it t Lo leather solicitude fo.
, 1 ' i oac icou , gist-edged 'i estrunents our ho
1 w 1 1 l . n. io
and The vessel is due : bout now and
the nation will wait in tremblim-
Crl TV'; f
1 . 1
,r relatives livinsr.
laitis Avere interred out
for . reci-r.tion of the cltihVs '
Catechism to Sain Oner v. fJ 'ravers '
s or i.-ars.
A i)in!i?T Scrvcvl to T'h'im.
T r . i
a nuivd:er ::
' ; - no r tht
i 1 :) ' 1 !
a iter. Nature gives you an JJl.1
ho-m in the iirst chilly feeling, j .-
' d it at once or pay the penalty. ; u
' ;l V,Hsk ""lk or breatnv , J 2 T .7;.. .
no w com est
iii now i o the end of the
to last ouniciu
.on: oT t
1 , , ... , .
; -ti !
y and l-:e-:.'p the niouth closed,
u ar( so situated that you
! "itlier, as in a church, j '(,() ill i 'y'Oli A
: Mi Cl'L OJ. L 1. i "7" S. 1.
acted services were be-
: ; io i j - j 1 ix
! gun at Forest Hill Presbyterian
'u 1 church Sunday niihi. The house!
r io- .... . i , . . :
ucl r valuable assist?. re.-". T .'; -bv
the invitation of Mr. J M
; " ? """piy. rapuiiy and i
. 'ssly until you are satis- ;
a- i y;;ur body has passed from a j
" ve to a positive condition." j
Ladies' Home Journal. j
rO -fi '
Tuo. Goodman, of Chariot ic.
c I o
l i i i s
aialler number of stu-
v-X players : 'tc
: the fact fhat
was well tilled and the singintr.
o.-i : !i ii N-s Loslio at the organ, j Hon K c , ()f Hujjtt.(.s. j
wes spimea and aengnttiu. hl lhis C()ini1
i here see.ns to be considerable ; t tl , t cu:i:lrv vnCVVinan
interest ahvady awakened, and . Ro wus o(1 .m(1 foel)f0 It soos lome last Saturday night.
a graad good moving i hoped lhat no ono was witl llim at the! Mr. S H Harwood. of China
' 1 ' sent yesterday here.
Mia T II Barringer returned j GlJiIuS,
which to pic
jut term of court dis-
-;.-:! of all of the jail bii'ds with
tin.- e:a option of three. They
t- .i A YVae'oiier, the white man
wlie failed to pay his costs for
retailing whiskey, Isaac Scott,
no:vd. who failed to give bond
ra- Iii-, a)pearance at court here
ai January for retailing whiskey,
: a a1 Kr.hert Richardson who is
11 1 ;v a Avitness in the murder
"f Pel iceman Kerns.
a -. c..r,..Ml a Tea.
... ui" the largest social even s
a-e time will be the tea
v.. .;n, . day evening given by
.V:... .his. Vr Cannon at her
).;:-. T!ie hours are from o to
and yjraved for. Two services
will be held each day for ten
days. Everybody cordially in- j
vited to comk and hkt.p!
Irs. Doaton Sells Her Property.
Mrs. M G Deaton has sold her
house and lot on Spring street
near the Baptist church to Mr.
Pink Misenheimer. Mrs. Dea
ton will purchase property at
Mooresville and will live there
with her son, Harry Deaton. Mr.
Misenheimer will not move into
the house for several weeks.
spend several days.
thm Tfe was found lviu- mi ! G rove, spent this morning 1
the hearth and his body burned
to a coal. The last time we saw
him which was several months
ago, he was sitting in the sun
shine at his barn, complaining
of being very cold, and said he
had consumption. Thomas ville
hcre.iJlHiaS 01 U.
-Mrs. Robt. Walthall went to! reil'S ILiiiOIl SlOtS
Lirrisburc: this morninr to I i a
Mules for South Africa.
A New Orleans dispatch of the
The steamer Montezuma
cleared today for Capetown.
.Qrnfli A fviP'i i'ttn n0 mnloc
Obseavmi? tlie TTeek of Prayer. -' '
r, ,Tr . tj 1 tor the British army, b.Udd busn-
The Woman s Home and; P1
, . . x c 1 els of oats, 500 tons of hay aim
Foreign Missionary society ot : ' y-r
. I eighty tons of bran. Her com
St James Lutheran church is ob-; Cai)tuin (vcn
smwing this week as the week of ; U) in.lko lho run j ,om C)l.
prayer. Services will be held in j eims to Capetown in 2e days.
tlie cliurch each afternoon. Dr. j
aULJlo,,! nf C.hMvlniio. will Yon '" mw-I, v,-aen -
-. iwl;(!. hi vited for . c, -, ! buy Ciiuri o-r am s . ; ;, K -ho;: n
, L( lU- nlU'a t()1 'deliver a sermon to them Sunday ' f)-, p , t M r
;r. Quite a number ot i-0.if ... t f M ,
c , nignL. j .uai-bii A: t-o vviji reumd vni.
Mr. D R Hoover spent Sun- j SliltS
gone two weeks.
t 1 ti miri 1
A fe 1
;0r cotton. We
I have durable nn
iderwear . ana
have been verv
careful in our
j selection. We
boast about oar
1 10c. and idc.
I children!:: . cnd
ICO T: C?
. jl tw K.- V
c k )? ''hv.ed.
aai'ons have been sent out
lh v,: y III. nppoinh vl.
: ;ih' sui'fer.s a decided set
i'i Admiral Dewey's cancel-
is engagement to be there
- lay and Thursday. The
Gets His Fillers Cut,
money if yon are not suti- eh(i j
I tiftnr uping it
; fidmitted to
is employed in the machine shop , fd remed, ;?mu.. ror boyel "ero 1
of the Yorke & Wadsworth Co. 'pldi.ts and "he ou- th-t i ,
Mr. Victor Blackwelder, wii' admitted to '..:e rh mosi: H.uoe ss-
5si "ui? 2rJs?
1 1 I
'-i e v c v v- r r r
and cee them.
II. L. Parks & Co.
n- v ;r i a ; .
got three of his lingers cut last.
Saturday evening while working
ai's he;lth has been giving i with the buzz ldaner. They i I?ailro:iii "-'M:
uder the immence strain to were not badly cut. " . The
! Broad river between Blacksburg '
ind Gallhey. S
h he has been put on allj Tnn:ri.,,!n.
;e demonstrative occasions , roo this morning to attend the'1
i physician advises him to ' Convocation. He intends to
'i all engagements till turn Thursday.
1 . i r t i i -. ' -
uumau ocliley lias ; nmimr j1M f;ivii war. .l8 well as
'e:i ask-eu to taku the place - of rillr int war wit!i
D"wey in i)resenting the sword I rb .ei wms one ot the most j ing and gave tne warning so that
b Lieut. Brumby. Schley will be 1 troublesome diseases the army no train vans in danger of plung-
re- j Friday night, liena-e the ae-ay oi
i the northbound 1 ruins. ..a was a.
! happy incident thai, a i:oy dis- j
I T 1., - i
.-vnn (h'-ir- Covered it eaiay ociiuiua.y myiii-
" a,-to Birmingham about Nov ; had to contend with. m many
- -ui does not want to make ! in-tances it became chronic and
. i -T i , -i . -i n ithe old so chers still suffer from
-P. beside he thinks the it Mr DrtV11 Tavlor, of Wind
!:,,ls ot ibo occasion should all j R GrePne connJj Paj 1S 0ne
-() t" Ih-umby without being j 0f these. He uses Chamberlain's
:aand by himself.
noanlinoss xt to CJodliriess.
It pays to keep your clothes
'lean und pressed by Alexander
11011(1 " S-i hfaction nlwavs
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
I lttsu.edy and says he never found
anything iu n would give him
ing down the fifty foot precipice.
sucii (puck roiic
f. U is for sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co.. Druggist
fZexlache stopped In 20 mlnute3 by Dt. Vind
I ftiles' Pain Pills. Odc cent a dose." 4 otner Kinu
For Flltv fears
Mrs ' Window's Soothicp Syrup lias
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immedi
ately. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot- J
tie. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Win-,
slows Soothing Syrup," and take no ,
Vv orlds of Matresr es in sto..k and a sola! car of 100 on the
way. Like Zeb Vance's whi.-kev -ail Matteresses are
good but some are better than others. See our Koval
Pelt. Acma Spring, Perfection. Sea : ioss. Pine Fiber
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton ami Husk hi si but bv oo
means;least our Kice Straw with - oiton tej. the Mattress
for the millions. We have Mati reuses ' n pai e. Com
ferenceis coming. Don't forget i: We are unloading a
solid car of Beds today Solid cai of Springs htsl w-k
We are at your, service. Take a -A a our liim of
Carpets. We are agents for J. & J. Dob-on. :1k; lar-e.t
Manufacture of the United States- f vou have-n't time u
come, 'Phone orders No. 12.
ell, Harris k Co.