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11. F. LOX(i, JK. KILLED.
TJlp fiuipol Hill Train Strikes Him
While He Is Uniting for the Train
(loinj: to Mcigh IIe as Crushed
Badly ft(l I)iecl From llie ffects
( v;-ul and horrible accident
occurred at Chapel Hill station
Thursday morning when Mr. B
FLonp. Jr., of Statesville, was
struck by the Chapel Hill train
vhile waiting for the train to
arrive going to Raleigh.
The train knocked him to the
ground and dragged him some
distance, but fortunately the
wheels did not go over his body,
fllion the cars were stopped he
ras fastened and could not be
released for a considerable time.
Before he could be released from
under the car, suffering most in
tensely by the breaking of his
rh thigh, left arm, and collar
1 1 1 i-
bone, tie uegeu mosi piiiiuiiy
CONCOllD, N. C, F DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899.
Sicple Copy 5 Cents
Sudden Death of a Kentucky Congress
man. A Frankfort, Ky. dispatch of
the 16th says:
Congressman Evkn E. Settle,
Democratic ' member from the
Seventh Kentucky at Owen ton;
died of heart disease, at 5 o'clock
Wrecked the Safe But Got Nothing.
A Cleveland Dispatch of tne
15 th says:
' ' An unsuccessful attempt was
made by cracksmen to rob the
Garfield Savings Bank at Euclid,
an eastean suburb. The safe
in the bank was completely
wrecked and the front of the
building blown cut by a power
"So far as can be learned the
robbers secured no money, al
though a large sum wTas in the
that be bo killed rather than sui- i safo- Tece were two heavy ex-
A Negro Row at a Festival.
Sheriff Peck and Deputy
Townsend went out in the coun
try this afternoon in search of
some negroes wanted for bad
A Doctor Who Was Poisoned by His Own
The Eastbourne police have
just received information of an
extraordinary fatality, of which iconduc at a festival last night.
the victim was Dr. John Dick 11 s tne same old story tnat a1'
Mrs. Eliza Jane Geer, of East- wa?? results from these occa
bourn consulted the deceased at J casions- Pistol shots and rocks
his surgery. He prescribed for-went through the air, and a
her and made up a bottle of j bountiful amount of cursing, of
medicine which Mrs. Geer car- course. The affair occurred over
ried home. The next morning beyond White Hall.
Mrs. Geer took a dose of the '
medicine and became so very ill j THAT THROBBING Headache.
that Dr. cm H Cameron, of Old'S
Town,' was sent for and attended of Bufferers.have proyed their matchless
menu ior oick ana n ervous Headaches.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOB
and fever s a bottle c' Grove'R Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fail to cure;
Then why experiment with worthies
imitation? Price 50 cents. Yonr
money bacH if it fails to cure.
They made pure blood stroner nerves
At aooui; l p. m. tne same day Dnnaupyourneaun. Ji&sytotake.
Dr. Dick called and Mrs. Geer.lft0?tf3frg
informed him that the medicine
hA ViPr hir tnnilo Lot-ill rKKbON AL POINTERS.
that she believed it had poisoned
fer such pain.
All aid could not save his life
and at s o'clock Thursday night
he died at the Watts hospital at
Durham. A gloom is cast over
the bodv of students at the Uni-
veivity by the loss of their mate,
who was a bright and promising
young man. His father reached
ihs bedside before he died, but
Lis mother did not reach there
until about 2 o'clock that night
Brandon Means, who is at
tending school at Mebane, and
the young man Long, had both
teen telegraphed by their fath
ers to come down to Raleigh,
i::civ Mr. a nnns nnn v r inntr
Tore attending supreme court.
Brandon was present when the
youni: man was token from un
derthe car. As a relief from his
a'.vful pains he begged Brandon
to kill him.
Rfmr-nibor the Orphans.
When the gratitude of your
heart prompts you to make a
thank-offering to God on
Day, don't lose
the work' being done
:-our orphans' homes through
rth' State. Don't overlook
tr-f- claims upon you of these
-tie, destitute, farther! ess or
Send them a contribution or
-P to got up a box of provis
os or clothing for them. The
ork appeals to all of us.' No
coring will be more accepoibJe
v.Vshiff to God.
Vv'iu. Lalta, chairman of
Lecture, coramitte of Wilming
t01vria;s to Mr. H B Thearle,
an;(o-pr of the Louise Brehany
j n luiiuws:
iuy be pleasing to you
hat in niv opinion noth-
" i: :- r been upon our plat
lCJllu ttiat has given me so much
; the Louise Brehany
u parts are grand,
s o nothing gn nder.
t o i."
plosions which awakened people
iving near by.
"A citizen opened fire on the
robbers, some four or five in
number, and they tied, all escap
ing without injury so far as
Close After Aguinaldo.
Manila dispatches of the 16th
express the belief that Aguin
aldo has made his escape but so
narrowly that his wife's ward
robe has been captured and it is
believed the secretary of war is
is inside our lines. Among the
stores captured are several thou
sand pounds of rice, 7, 500 pounds
of salt, 5,500 pounds of flour
marked "Dayton,- O.;" 2,500
pounds of sugar, 1,300 new uni
forms and hundreds of thous
and of mauser shells.
The dispatch further says the
names oi lieutenant uiimore
and seven of his men were found
written on the walls' of the con
vent Of San Quintin. The gar
risons of all the towns surprised
resisted feebly. Gen. Wheaton
has not yet appeared.
The Meteors Capricious
It seems we have had a pass-
over by the shooting stars that
gleefully may have played a rub
ber-neck game on us. In Russia,
however, they were in all their
glory Thursday morning, and
scared many of the natives, who
thought the judgment had come.
. The display was fine in Berlin.
In Crescent City, 111., one
failed to burn out in its. descent
and the aerolite struck the corner
of a dwelling1 on' its angJing
course and knocked off part of
the upper st'o'ry and buried itself
in the ground near the founda
tion. The things seem rather
TVTv w t. m
V. rnu , A 1. ' " -iJian., ux OiUlS-
ugguun tuu bury, is here today,
deceased, who exclaimed, "You
could understand a man who', M1r Chas Propst returned
j -l . . , , . home last night from Salisbury,
drinks poisoning people, but not G . J
a man who is always sober. It' Kov. and Mrs. J P Schmidt
is onjy iron aud bitters, and to went . over to Charlotte this
sliow you lo is not poison I will:
take some mvself." j Mr- Jno- C. Wadsworth went
Tk i n 4 ,i i over to Charlotte last nierht He
Deceased tJien put the bottle .ii -, J ? . i
. , . i i n i Wl11 attend the meeting of the D.
to Lis lips and drank some of the q. K. K.'s tonight
contents and then said: "It is! ,T '
nasty, butyou should not think -Pg
it poison. Iwi.U take so'-je more went to take in "Carmen," the
before I go." This Dc. Dick did play there that night,
after some further conversation, j Mrg D p Qannon and Miss
and then rode away on his bi- Nannie Cannon went over to
cycle. 'Charlotte this morning.. Mrs.
He apparently proceeded di- Cannon will return home to
rect to his home, whereupon his ( morrow-
sister, Miss Kate Dick, opening Miss Myrtice Thompson, who
the door to let him in she found has been visiting Miss Pearl
him foaming at the mouth and he t Brow? went to Charlotte this
morning. Ene will return to-
fell against the door. He asked '
for the stomach pump, which hej
used with some effect, and he
was afterward attended by two
other doctors. It was at one
time hoped that his life might
have been saved, but he expired
The contents of the bottle
stated to have been given by tne m
r Mre rjoor Vifi.VA VPTT ' vfo
analyzed, and it is reported that ;
they contain a large quantity of
strychnine. London Globe.
A Ice Iw
The Stanly Enterprise Again Reiterates.
In the last issue of the Stanly
While There is Life There is Hope.
I was afflicted with catarrh;
could neither taste nor smell and
conld hear but little. Ely'sCream
IBalm cured it. Marcus G.
Shautz, Rahway, N. J.
The Balm reached me safely
and1 the effect is surprising. My
son savs the first application gave
decided reliei. vtfully, j
Mrs. Franklin Freeman, Do
ver, N. H.
The Balm does noi irritate or
cause sneezing. Sold by drug"
gists at 50; cents, or mailed by
Ely Brothers, 56 Warren St.,
For -to omen are
the best to be
had. They fit
well, wear well
and have that
very neat ap
much desired by
all. We have
them in D and E
widths, sizes 1
to 7. The price
3S.75 and $3.00.
Ladies Pat. Calf
Lace boot, very
$3.50. These are
the new style
lasts for the holi
day trade. Drop
l;inand see them!
"Why, Harry, what is the mat
ter?" asked a lady of her small
nephew who was crying bitterly, j
"M-mamma whipped m-me.
ll'h. in ti
:'-(lay afternoon, tlie
1 Methodist church at
icar Salisbury, was
'liss Ethel Harris," of
After the ceremony
oardedthe trahi for!
Enterprise in which is the card sooueu V ,
in de4se of Rev. N R Richard- cry m'c-causel asu-t b-born an
FrIHnr -Rivins uipucm.
son, of that place,
adds .the following in
"We wish to again
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons are hereby forbid-
J rt rr- n i-rn TT1 V 1 a TI d i far tV)P
that the evidence ref erred to j Qf hunting) flshingi cut.
above relates only to individuals V i m roads! Qr
and there is no proot tnai mey i - an
UCOuk-J1"0 - J v
All persons violating this no-
ell, Harris & Co.
You want to see before Conference we
We have the largest stock of
Furniture, Pictures, Stoves,
in town. Yours to please,
Bell, Harris & Co.
Residence Phone 90. Store 'Phone .... 12.
j . . , ! t;ce win suffer the full penalty of I
The Means-Winecoff trial has; tice Tau ewwoe
not been held yet.