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a ;:!.. it! ( dar I 'IS than ul'.V
I'ricH' - 1 .00 per man' n
A -A ''..ix Bao-s :
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y i a fan 1 .:!.
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K I v vonr i in su'ii
a :nv. ' n in y
iounl ks oai;'orno.- tor "no. , t'lUiiiiiiMviii 1 monosi u
E orv part of the performances ' is now gobo-- i ! u ' o 1 1 i
was trroatly onjoyod, ;mi ovory j h.u will ro-piM-t'ormor
was porsislon! !v on li-rowili
:;y lliat it
o : nu
Preparing tor Comiuer2ce v
Need Sosrne of A-v
it :tM nil t io ; i'v . .o , in . :r
and tiio oniolty of niili.-.p i,;it :ljtln pa.,! low '
violin t ring hroko ja.t a;-. :js' i ; a : a hp; w h
Sv'hmoll was outran 'iny; mo an- : roprosont -
- row a1 1 t lit1: '
. or. .now 1
oar ino'.'v'y o
an i :o -u'W
1 a t iny: In1 ;
i j 'on.
a I part of
o is : . : i . vVas-iinic-has
;-v nothing of a
oxpla an t ion that the
nn jinking love to
h .io was tho head
wa - a h . i j and that an
annuo v it li that cpuva t:f k;
infill.: ill-it imrfM- ho- (Ml;'!!, was i Yon
Vv :;!, hor makes his
lie -it n easy or. those gifted
v:-. A snk for breach of
; , as tin1 vision tliat came
:,sa'i '.: aiiv an::. .list nrbed him.
And. eh i lit? won e of being tco
god. leading to this
c ha in o f tra n s f e r s ! No w t h e re i s
loi me inunt' uaoiv
t wan for his comfort,
An- hi wealthy wife or
rich with inherited
'"cat hers lor liis nest ap
i ing arc.'uod loose. This
i i j
vnn'-nm caaaoan.o to gnaw
like a 'ainpi.iv on 1 is tender sen-sibiiitio-.
but being not too over-s-
nsaii , - to avpt 1ho home and
alMht 1 Ak '. !': ;: -unto, too
a vany mM;1 ol iv.ta.t :c sw
' was her appea ram - In1
and sn had lvndeivd
pi that displayed yA
licioticy. but was thon w-.
"'Jow u on tho Sawa in to
the exquisite phasn ;
audience, wlien it came
'M iss Ih'ehany is vn-i'
no i! a ii.u--.- . t -o t m r ni ho Trouiun
would be of any troipu
vocal culture seems po"
all her performances aro v
in tho highest degree. As a lady
of decided musical accomplish
ments near the wrkei' s; .id. "She
is simply out of sight."
The play was pretty, and the
costumes were rich- and bril
liant. The troupe was handi
capped, however, in not heir;-;
able to use all of its beautiful
stage scenery for lack of- height
of the ceiling.
An entertainment of the high
est order is guaranteed when
the Louise Brehany Company
The manager of the lkehanoy
Company, Mr. A B Thearle. of
Chicago,', was present. h was
the lirst time ho had soon his
company render "Fan - a'' He
will baldly lack another violin
hereafter. Tho graded school
management made the a mourn
I .sevon .nui-.s
1 V. ' ;'!:'': I " '
j on! of ovoi'y :
j oosit l)okaa'n
I taot not gvuei
r ,., . A
' niiM, as
i iiiim's, i he en.
laoa. pr,l'iou.s to
, rS. all of t he in
. I hnvo t ho honor
ro foi'ood Io bor-
njioiKV,' in N(uv
jro able to get
n S' Hit h rii cities
nrk rates of iir
i:i the iwenty-
: at :l ': !1 (:JeOJ'gia,
pro ndeid , thnn
;; : A Airs on ole
to t la- farni(;r. A
ai i v kaio wn.
rimo ohang(s all
, cd' tike small cot
tier! ton mill has mo, aia.l Uie South
io sain her entire crop.
much commiMM-ation might be A tbevso much desired to meet tho
expenses on music book's and but
for tho rain and other unavoYif
blo circumstances, would in n
realized a. neat little amount.
They are quite grateful to the
public for liberal patronage,
another iiii.piacooi bestowal.
Sin the above wais written
we in t W Adi:,:al Is most
deeply grieved over tho criti
cisms A hi ti anfer ..at, and is
sr-An i-'ed that he would like
to return the, gift, retire and go
abroad and, so fur as himself is
coneernod, could wish there;
had be-m no battle in Manik
Bay. His keenest disappoint
meat is that no one comes to hrl? with u most serious accident
A de ne save in private tele- Saturday, the 18th. He was
- tin company with Mr. Travis
Wo see a caption in an exchange,
A:o dogs talk?" Why, certainly
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on,M..-. n- in. T(i-K.'fin -vThv no
South should not get from fwa to
UK) for a bale of cotton worked
up, instead A' ;.;() in tlie raw ma
terial. Labor is plentiful and
cheap in Georgia. TIkj success
of (Georgia cotton mills has
proven that Southern men know
how to run tb ai.
From )ersonal experience I
know that coiion mills of from
5,000 to 10,000 spindles pay much
better dividends than mills of
larger size. As many years ago
the west attracted the attention
of capitalists and business men,
so now tho eves of this ckiss are
turned to the South. 1 can name
half a dozan cotton mills in this
State having from 4,000 to 10,
000 spindles which show net
earnings of from A) to GO per
cent, during the past twelve
months. I am a stockholder and
know. I am now organizing
t hree new mills.
Yours very truly,
AY. S. With am.
Bleached Table Damask e Co', ion Ao.: Y:n,
inches wide 47A.; do. 72 inches wan vo
.Good Assortment of 1 Va-
Cotton, unbleached, 5c: Bleached up to Anna --wa
Blankets 50c. per pair up to
Counterpanes, Assorted, at 5n.n i
Home-Made Ct-mfoi'ts si. A t-.
10-4 Bleached Sheeting 2 I- a
3Ir. F. 0. Dry's Close Cull.
Mr. Finley O Dry of Dry's
Mil! we learn came near happen-
they do. The more congenial
o ..n b rl:. but too many talk
r k". oat. They get into debt
tw yon without intending to pay
you, and when you want
you- ;oney, so as to keep on
AeA.n-- them by which to make
respectable beings out of them,
they i-0 talking and saying
r 11 k i i '.1 -"i o f unkin d t h i ngs abou t
you. They talk of their up-:i;:ht:n-;s
and their ideals of
moral rectitude and of your in
consistency, and tell you that
t A n think you are a blasted
moral prodigy and an intellectual
monstrosity. Their gibberish
has enough of the growl by
w hi ch you can readily detect the
breed. The class is not so very
lctrge and is not to be confounded
Yfh Wmost people, against
whom iortuiie has frowned, and
on whom adversity seems to
SCaJ, AU i
properly treated with patience
atid sympathetic uid and bracing,
will aa st likely pull through and
yet wear the crown of manliness
and independence through a
.;, )wing no im.A ay thing
but love to one another
and others hunting.
Mr. Beaver was in the act of
turning his aim on a rabbit when
his gun tired prematurhy a ud one
shot passed through Mr- Dry's
ear and eight or ten shot lodged
in his right arm.
He is not seriously hurt how
ever narrow the escape.
The ToJkuco Question IVA ussed.
Rev. Jas H Lippard informs
us that his pysiology class at the
Concord Institute has boon dis
cussing the moral and mental
''influence upon the younger peo
ple of the use of tobacco by our
ministers, as seen on th e streets
Some of the boys expressed
them selves well.
Dr. Chreitzberg Is Wanted Elsewhere.
Bishop Candler, of Geo in A, is
pressing upon Bishop Key for the
transfer of Dr. Chreitzborg aow
pastor of. the Try on Street Metho
dist church of Charlotte, to t he
First Methodist church of At
lanta. Bishop Hendrix is also urging
his transfer to the First Metho
dist church of Birmingham.
Both of these .requests were
surprises to Rev Chreitzberg.
The Case Xot Stai A d.
Salisbury, 3:30 p. m. -The
trial of Will Edwards and Tom
Carr for the killing of Policeman
Kerns has not started yet. The
jury has not yet been drawn.
At Epworth Tonight.
Wlnle There is Life There is IIoxe.
I was afflicted with catarrh;
could neither taste nor smell and
could hear but little. Ely's Cream
Shautz, Railway, N. J.
The Balm reached me safely
and the effect is surprising. Mv
son says the first application gave
decided relief. Respectfully,
Mrs. Franklin Freeman, Do
ver, N. H.
The Balm does not irritate or
cause sneezing. Sold by drug
gists at 50 cents, or mailed by
Ely Brothers, au Warren St.,
Gore at eJear Foplar.
Harvey Smith shot his brother-in-law
S Y Goodman at Bear
Poplar last Monday. A quarrell
brought on a fight. Deadly
weapons were resorted to when
Smith shot Goodman throe times
with a 32 pistol. Goodman may
survive and Smith is gone.
I Are srfmd, bnt Skm Eruptions rob
life of joy. " Bucklen's Arnica Slave.
ii. . ri .i it I
T,-.t- C T i - i t; urea mem, uiau fui. nunninjr and
Rev. S R burratt, who is here i p. Snr ni,. i-iQ ti "
attending conference, will till the
pulpit at Epworth Methodist
Church tonight. .Services will
begin at 7.45 o'clock.
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds; Cliupped Hands. Chilblaine.'
Best Pile cure on earth; drives out Psunl
and Aches. Only 25cts. a box. Cur
guaranteed. Sold at i'etzer's Drutj store. '
Stie our Irish point . no-ko us v. f y--:!. "
Scrim 5c; Muslim- n m; Svris -. s aA. Io An . .
Silkoiinos Or to 12-jc.
Nice Assor tmei) z Fancy Table .Caa' n - i
Tidies, Cushions, Cushion Coy a: a v
in stauipcHl, )rinted and worked paA n-.
at I to 3c. per skein. Zophy. " a y,
Undecorated German China
Three sizes Plates and Sauce dishes at G'ka
Decorated cake plates, salad bowls, berry sets, cups an !
KB Of TOILET SOAP SI 1 10 1 SIS. ffl II
Combs 5c. up. Hair Brushes 8c. up.
$5 Silk Dress Skirts at .35. chei;r..r
98c. up. Ladies vests 15c. up. Drawers to match 18c. up. Men's
Undershirts .18c, up. Drawers 25c. up. Nice lot of hoods and
caps for children. See our 10 cent line of hosiery.
About 500 Novels at 10 cents each.
You will make a mistake to buy a Cape
fore seeing our line.
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