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.r.T 4 cases of
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wo ot t:
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.;e, oi v.. lieu )OSitive
oof 'd uilt vas eah-dng. why
should not some body be roasted
:h-.j Annie Louise, onlv
,oiT'!!tf'V of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
VV Waits or Durham was wedded
to Mr. Jonn Sprunt Hill, of New
York, on "Wednesday night the
2Uh nt the home of the bride's
ents in Durham. The Sun in
nerray diree columns gives a
beaul j 0 1 account of the brilliant
affair. We doubt not the Sun's
excellent write up was properly
a nr ere ated.
HJongress will convene Mon
d: y and will doubtless adjourn
out of respect to the Vice Presi
dent. It is said that President
McKiniey will avail himself of
that one day to delay his mes
sage, hoping for a drop in Phil
ippine affairs, perhaps even the
-capture of Aguinaldo. But then
the atched pot never boils.
Since the Supreme court
1 -turned down Mr. Bedenfield and
.set up Dr. Abbott there's no
vknewing where we're at. The
Toars are let down so low that S
Otho Wilson and all the gang
are preparing to jump back in.
It is said that the apple crop
of four v untics in Virginia this
year brought 8280,000 and
left enough at home for pies and
for. every kid to take his. pockets
full to school every day.
Ir Newark N. J. a pastor fell
". apo i the plan to have lady
.Aisheio in church. It v. ; hs like
Tired! Well, what of that?
idst fancy life was spent on
" i. .-as oi 'ease,
Fluttering the rose leaves scat-
u.-'e , by the breeze t
C . :!: :. reuse, Iheel Vfork while
; it i& called todi.y:
- I Coward: arise: Go forth u-on th:
-..Id -livtied by; Lonelv! And what of that:
! Some must be lonelv:
i is noi
isiwjii ... :: : :
To feel a hejr;. ic.-apo:
To blend another life
has v oi'A tn ay oe none in :
'T;y I Worlv on.
. Div.k! .Velh and vh;
Did.-t i.!iidiv ereaa:
! wouia a -vt-r set ':
. Do-; :'"ar t - los1.; liiv w
j courage veil
Learn tiiou to wah: by
; not bv siiriit:
: Tl'i V .-it'i
s will ;u:ded i.
i guidfd l'iir'ht.
the! Hard! Wkih. what of tha.
a.;e of the! Did fancv life one summer
Vv ith no lessons to learn, ana
liiuu nl but i ilav :
- i ("Jo: get thee to thy taAd
j quer or die!
. It must i;e learned! L;ara i;
! re ri'iid .-.uv. it s not ;!
ho'.,',a iiuman i-eip e ivr
(J oi is nigh,
: V'ho frees uio ravens, har
t eiiiidren crv ,
J tie's n- ar the'-. whereso'ei
1 ootstep..- roam,
led !!; v.-id iruicie thee,
tiiee. heit thee hoaae
1 a r i
roi1 1 i Vr,
V:; i Siirus of th-- j enr-.
Tii:.' S'aelby Aur -.-.r. co:
! the foiiowint: verv gra;il
j item :
dt is very gra tifyr ;e- o r:e;
i -he spirit of unity aial c:oi aia! c a-
operation .mat is trrowme; oe-
! t ween : classes, and e- m; dy
i betwemi die country ane to'.vn.
it js aosoluioly necessary for the
progress and growth of our com- j
mon country that the town and
country must get together. The
press, banks and merchants and
even manufacturers recently
united their efforts to prevent the
farmers being victimized in the
sale of their present crop. While
the interest of the town and
country is not identical, it is mu
tual and interdependent. Let
peace, harmony, co-operation
and mutual helpfulness prevail."
Used By Brittlsh Soldiers In Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennieon is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
that captured the famous rebel Galishe.
Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vry
burg, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Be
fore starting on the last campain I
bought a quantity of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which I used myself when troubled with
bowel complaint, and had given to my
men, and m'eveiy case it proved most
beneficial." For sale by M. L. Marsh
Steady as a Clock.
The Burlington NewTs, speak
ing of the sudden death of Leb
anon Burton, colored, says he
turned the News press for five
years, not missing a single time.
Wlnle There is Life There is Hope.
I was afflicted with catarrh;
could neither taste nor smell and
could hear but little. Ely's Cream
-Balm cured it. Marcus G.
Shautz, Railway, N. J.
The Balm reached me safely
and the effect is surprising. My
son says the first application gave
decided relief. Respectfully,
Mrs. Franklin Freeman, Do
vex', N. H.
The Balm does not irritate or
cause sneezing . Sold by drug
gists at 50 cents, or mailed by
Ely Brothers, 56 Warren St.,
TIiTct Lime Mtacli can oo ruretZ Tvlta
. .r. Lilies' 1 E1LVJ3 rLA?TE Only 23c,
I-V, vn w-Tr-u nftornevs and
JL 1 JU1 iJV U i. iv w w w
other citizens we learn facts
, -vhich niakos it mijd t0 say. that
Judge Robhiso:; is wholly unlit
for the position he holds. His.
unjudicial temper, his low and;
eotninoii, plain wit, his unjust j
and ; rojudiced uing:? at others. :
his :'y.;!:;;i!ig trio rolo of a
L ! ' V
ior one anu uirunrst
; i ; is Dr-eniiices
are snh !
a-; far as in-
; em manors vrere coir Tned. wa:
,;;C' as ii w.is xi.u.rust.
wa-'ii lie onoi';' raii-'u ci
.line o 1
s-isptera' nig ,ia . i;:t;;it or uiinig
I'H'Uiiv imon iV'i.-'jit oi eosis,
taking away ih . penalties, and ; 10-4 BleaCllGCl EllG3 llIK-; 22 L
!,.,-...;.,. ; ,. iuUl.;Lace Cunams coc. 10
ee John 1 ari'ow, lie out-!
i i tooinsoiiuu ikeinoon bv out- j
rae.ce ioe sen-e oi yascice oi an
.r lit; oiv ail tee members of the
j 'oar and of nviay go -1 citizens.
v, neii oe tool: tne case irotn tne
jury and apologized to the slayer
sending him to ;iie nen itentiarv i
tor nniy one year.
,;- vr Taking .Judge Robin
em ail in all he is certainly un
fortunately unique as a judge.
I -Ot :
tiie bar and the people j
nope they will m-vor see him noi
ids like at another term of
Rowan Superim Court. Salis
Bisniack's Iron Nerve
ViV? Van xc'iVih if his splenlid Lcaltb.
Tiel(Uiiit;ibIe wi.i .ud tremendous
e?.jry :irt.- not in i:.a wlicie JStoiuucii,
r.iy r. JCa.ney.s a i 1 3o'.ves are out
: ' '-tit -i. If you v es.iit tlu-s.- quulitie.s
. 1j ;;ctv-- li.-y bri use Dr.
iviii'a yc.vv Pifc P'ili. Ihey (kvcloe
every o vcr of l)r-;: anil body. Ouy
'2r)j. in iViei '.s I ru' :-toie.
Cut 1f Pmtcn i Car VVlieels
A u!"n w.is killed on the
-S eatieer.'i's yard at Charlotte Fri
day niht. IJ:s head, both legs
and one arm were severed from
the body. lie had not been
.-.o-ided yet when the Ob-
server went to pres.- and nothing
is known as to how the accident
occurred, save that he was run
over by freight train No. 50
M. L. Marsh & Co. truaranteee vprv
bottle of Chamberlain's Gondii Rem
edy and will refund the money to any
one who is not satisfied after using: two
thirds of the contents. This is the best
remedy in the world for la grippe,
v'.oujrh?'. colds. crouD and whormino
cough and is pleasant and safe to take
and prevents any tendency of a cold to
result in pueumonia.
The oldest college on Ameri
can soil is St. Joseph's college of
Manila, established in 1595, be
fore Yale or Harvard, or the
common schools of New Eng
land. Burlington News.
Are grand, but 8km Eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Slave,
cures them, also Old, Running and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons.
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burnr
Scalds; Chspped Hands. Chilblain".
Best Pile cure on earth: drivps nniPainc
- 7 I vUD
ami Aches. Only 25cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Drng store.
Are Your Scales aai Measures Correct?
The law requires that every
one must every two years hav
his scales and measures spalprf
by the standard weights and
measures. Jb'aiiure to comply
with this law lavs vou liablp tr n.
fine of fifty dollars. I now have
tlie stamping and sealing tools.
You will find me at mv black.
smitn snop m lot at rear of San
Jno. B Willeford,
County Standard Keeper.
Six shares of stock in the W
R Kindley cotton mill.
A. W. Moose,
J. A. Peck,
Administrators of Geo. Moose,
Need Soe of tliase A-'::
Table I)a:iK-h Ji! Cotton Lv
inche vide 47k'.: do. 7:? inch'
' Cotton, unbleached. v; Licac:.-- 'ip i o - -
OovUiiiii vii Uu-- ? r, - 9 -
See our Ire-h
Scrim are : eaaiii:.-
. e -..
Shkolhum '-4 to ll'Ae.
3STic3 AssortmoD t Fancy Tabic Cove
in stamped, printed and v;r
r I I - I i
KmhrOlOG TV llKS
to oe. per s
Un decorated German Chi
Three sizes Piaks and S.
Decorated cake plates, s:d-:d bowls, heir
n iiMnn nr Tmin qm?, fit
MiO Uf lUiLii '--d fi! !
Combs 5o. lvo. Hair Brie-eice 8 :
$5 Bilk Dress Skirts ,
05c. up. Ladies vests 15c. up. Drawers to a
Llndershirts de. up. Drawer:, i.e. up. Xiee lot of h
eaps for ehildren. See our 10 cent line of hosiery.
About 500 Novels at !0
You will make a mistake to buy
fore seeing our line.
If you are not a subscriber to If you have anv thins to sell J
& now Is the time to subscribe. X
t ST AMI
is published every day (Sunday ex-
e cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 35c per
prints home and other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
Give us a trial when you make
your next order for
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jyuujcan can f0r it lihrough ?j .
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