Uh. At AND ClTV KbITOK.
& Co's new ad. iu this
iwil.g 8 came iD latC fr
tion th week.
r ttVJe, Eq- of Troy.Morrtgomery
aU tbe city Tuesday.
r1'"- rr ' . nf wood on
flon to tl,eVATCHMAtf. '
h',a.t A new o room wttcHc u
rftuutHiH- Apply "
Scribe to --lie" Watchman and
! greeted wilb a good crowd at, the
ul Siw'ie C. Gray, of Bctbany,
' ... t. l.- rilwr Mr.
fj. K. J5urft- ' '
WeareRladrto8ec Mr. K. A- Byrd
9Ugaioafi'5 weeks' illness ot ty-
HenrY M. Wright left Friday night
: .i,w,ni . to euier tne aeniai ue-
fof iutu " '
nt of tbe Co) lege of the Physi
Jatid Hugeous. -
Rpfore passing sentence on Burgess
rr Judge WlUiaKer "u me wuu
, "i..f !1 nervous not. connected
!ith the case and privately examined
to the manner iu wnicn
,! bl 1" treated.
Jno. L. itehdlenian took tbe neces
'unvtt" M nd ty before Judge Whi
,t?ranJ i now entiMel to practice in
" - ,J ihf courts of North Carol i-
The Landmark says that the n-irroM
who showed Squire Billy Mills the
"buffato trick" in Stafeayille recently.
301 tflree years each iu the penitentiary
at the court then? last week.
Scrofula i one of the most fatal rnbno- th
scourges which afflict mankind. Chronic 6orv
cancerous humors, emulation, and congu i:ii-
nun. n.re me result 01 scroiuia. A jer a bassn
urtll;i eradicates this poison, and restores, to
the looI, the elements of life and health.
The best medical authorities say the Droner
way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sarsapari 11a.
The week of prayer for young men
ended Sunday afternoon with a public
meeting in the Y. M. C. A. hall. A good
attendance was presen; and an interest
ing talk was made by Mr. K. V. Miller
secretary of the association. A collec
tion was take and fifteen dollars raised
for the international committee.
- ' '
Dr, Smith-, for 3-5 years pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Greensboro, has
asked for a co-pastor The congregation
considered the matter and agreed to pay
the co-pastor $1300- Then without a
nomination, the congregation voted for
the man. The result showed 113 for liev.
Egbert V. Smjth, and 3 scattering. It
shows that tbe congregarion is unani
mous, liev. E. W. Smith is a son of the
old Doctor, and is one of the brainiest
and ablest preachers in the" state. Cou-
Iter. Dr. W. T. Black, .Superinten
dent of the Oxford Orphan Home, in
the Orphans Frind calls upon all
friends of the orphau children to help
them by donations of provisions, cloth
ing or money. There are 229 children
of all denominations at Oxford to be
fed and clothed, and he earnestly re-
requests the pastors of every congrega
tion in the State, on Thanksgiving
Day to give their people an opportun
ity to aid in this responsible and la
Oetuhwa, la., Nov. 21. An excited
md angry mob hung Fn-d Gusfaveson
to Hie stair railing of Justice Truitt's
court room at 2:30 this evening.' He
lad rajied the four year old girl of
Joints Sax about 10 o'clock last night.
The brute was promptly arrested after
committing the crime and lodged in
jail. Ths morning he was taken to
the Sax house and positively identified
by the little girl and a companion.
Sir E lwarJ Walkin, the great Eng
lish railway m ignate, is actively en-
gaged in an effort to promote the cut-
iag of a eanuLacross Ireland, rrn
Dublin to Gal way Bay. He thinks
hat a canal that would carry the
argest ships could be cut for about
$40,000,000, and says, as the principal
argument iu its favor, that it would
materially shorten the route from En-g
aud tothe Uuitei btates. this
scheme was originally proposed by the
Marquis of Anglesey.
Mr. F. A. Rahst of North Dako
ta, a son-in-law of Capt. J. C. McCan-
1 It nf D:itlliTi f Him t.ilti fKij onimtir
rsTAi-wart it Kinerly receive KClet-t! . .V. . ..r
water fish Wednesday's and Satur
dij's rpectively, call and jfiye them
jour order, they deliver promptly.
Kuliceto Delinquents ! Don't you
think it i- time you. were paying your
jubscriptioii to this paper ? We think
w If yon do.rt intend to pay please
jiotifr us aud we will discontinue the
ljicraii'l put your bill iu the hands
..fa'willeetion airencv. Please give this
are porry to announce Ihe death
7$ IU J. Lerov D'.tm notice of
which fruoi th Coneorl Sfandanl ap
iar in anoi her column Mr. Datnn,
-w;o jiixt iu the bliMtn of young man- ,
Wand was -an exception illy brig it
and pniinisi-trg yomig mtn. His
niiiiy fri-tids in this county will learn
of his death with sincere regr -t.
We le-irn from a Norwood correspon-d-iit
that iieiiry Ks. a thtef who hiake
jail at Albemarle, July was eaptured a
lew' days aj;o by Air. Frank Wat kins, of
NoiuimhI, and John Little, of Wadeboro,
m. . . . r t .i
sent a swan to Air. aicuaii less tnis
week from the Western land for i
Thanksgiving dinner. Around the
neck of the swan was a not with the
Endowing unique remarks: "Tuis is
a Dakota swan. - Don't look at hitn.
Eat him Thauksgiviug. Th-v are
gvd when kept two weeks without ice.
Finest meat you ever ate; much lik
s Mental depression, wakefulness, lost
manhood caused by errors of youth or
liter excesses quickly cured by Mag
netic Nervine. Guarnleed by Edrin
Cuthrell 'Salisbury N. C.
Ashevilxk, Nov. 16, Rev. B. G.
Wild,' of Webster, was kicked by a
horse yesterday and so badly hurt that
he died iu a few hours. He was 58
years old.aud a member of the Western
t ,1 n ir r t ' ir 171
iNortn uironna ionierence, iu. Xi.
Church, South, and father of J. A.
Wild, messenger in Collector Eli'is'
George Jones rest uran t . waiter Ju
Greenslwro, -dropped dead Tuesday
uight without a moments warning.
The Scotland Neck Democrat saays
that Sheriff Allsbrook of Halifax, ha,i
male an assignment offal! his proper
ty to his bondsmen. His liabilities arc
The Record says the congregation of
tlieJBm rresbytenan church of Greens-
ooro, is to meet next Sunday afternoon"
, ffr9lAir tViA m .... ' L m .
ww.., , luo cuxaeiuenior an assis
tant to tlie pastor, Rev. Dr. J. Henry
Smith, who has beeti the pastor of the
church jniice 1859.
The Statesville Liudnn-rk sas:--Dr-
J.H.Isham, the physician aent out bv
The firm of Turlington, Woodall & the Stockton Medicine Compauy, of
Brown of Charlotte is to be dissolved Nashville, Teun., to give free prescrin-
Mr. Brown will!10118 Wi bere Monday, but the phy
sicians or. tne town objected to his prac-
I f lpi n ty (uuxiiicA ... i.
At the. Presbyterian church States- rZT l"
ville at4 o'clock last Thursday after- " , B,,u ue " any
.r t . worK. tie was arretted m Mnrmntn..
Ihe com Dii nv contnd ihat tha
i ----'--- umv uc .tans
the first of the year,
M ju t t r xt r iic was arretea in Jlort
noon, ill r. J. B. Ives, of New Berne, r4. l n .
ak- p n u i o7 ' tor Pcticmg and the agent of th
and Miss I? annie Carmschael, of Stsites- d. .... 6 ,
:n.-..,....:i :.. .... .. Pan Sa)'8 that will be made a tea
ville were united in tnairiage, the cere
mony beiug preformed by the Rev.'Dr,
of this State do not prohibit an unreg
istered physician from practicing when
he takes no fee.
0. B. Wheeler, Jr., the embezzler of
Vanderbilt's money, was called in Bun
combe Criminal Court Tuesday and
failed to respond.
Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes Smith, a poe- stealing a mule. Before sentence Dro-
tess ana tne widow ut Appletoir (Jake? uounced the judge gave him an onnor.
U...:it. tl T 1 TA - 1, i . . i -i i m m . . - '
ouum, jacK uowning, died at her tunny to speaK tor himself and he
. v.- .-wv- ... 1u.m uvai, vmreict iuu- ' m. nuumil 1 t:I LUCK Qg mUle nO-
A correspondent of the Kineton Free
Press says at the last term of Jones
county court a negro was convicted of
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
fur any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh 1 ure.
F J. CHEENY, Props., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheeny for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and nuaucially able to
carry out any tbligations made by their
West &Traux, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggist, Toledo Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting din ctly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle- Sold by all D ruggisls- Tes
ty, Wednesday night.
Kinston Free Press: Last.Fri
day Mr. J.C.Wooten, Sr.,of this county
fell froma wagon and broke his
thigh, from which cause he died vester
.. J l;., negro three
uuj Mwa uivu v v vr cw ijini
residence in Woodlngton township. He ar
The Concord - Standard savs that Conrd standard,
Miss Annie Gove, M. D, the resident Ley Deaton a native of Row
physician of the State Normal school, pn cunty but who accepUd a call to a
how el I hadnt er read in de Tester
meut whar Jesus tuck a mule." The
Judge remarked: u Yes but he didn't
jeft ride him to Kington and try to sell
him; and thereupon he eave the
years iu the penitenti-
- Woven - Corsets,
Which we have bought of a Factory going out of business, w
offer at the following prices:
French Woven Corsets worth $1.25 at
French Woven Corsets worth $1.50 at
French Woven Corsets worth $2.00 at
- - Has procured us a big lot of
HAMBURG Eul BROIDERIES,
Which we will sell at less than regular Wholesale Prices.
Our line of Dresspiu aM Trimminss is bow Coaulste, from tie cHeapsit
UP TO THE LATEST IMPORTED NOVELTIES. '
We are sure to be able (o please you in quoting, S.yle aud P.-iJe.
You have nevea seen a nicer line of Cloaks for Ladies. Misses and Cb;M,.
as we are exhibiting novy. We -offer them :.t very- Low Prices. Come
and get your choice now, when all the sizes are complete.
3 ASStlFiSS1 AMD 3FS.TnrC3-.S
The biggest selection in town, whiclv we will sell at prices to suit vour Docket-
uooh. our oiock is couipieie wnn rename goods, as we ixsitively
decline to handle trash. Your Gkx1 Mney deserves Good -
Goods, and you can" find them at low prices at,
Littmann & Lichtensteiiw
Court in Sjgasion. "
The November term of Rowan Supe
rior Court, Judge'Spier Whitakcr presid
ing convened Monday morning. The fol
lowing Grand Jurors were drawn :
T. A. Coughenour, foreman, W. T. Fry,
Geo. II Koon, Moses A Fesperman John
L Kusher, Cal. J Deal, C M Varner, Jas
A Ba-anger, Jacob A Thompson, Luther
C Miller, Saui'l. L Lowrance, Geo. A
Ward, T M McCulloh, . JnoT M Eddleman,
J li Leonard, Win. E Deal, Jno. H Mich
el, Sj A Earnhardt.
Ptit Jurors are : Henry A Propst, Pros
J Leonard, Edward L Pethel, Caleb L
KluHz, F II Mauuey, Jno. D A Fisher,
aud placed iu I lie custody of the sherilf, ! Frank P Shoe, John Wilhelm, John W
lio'juve them a -reward of $10. for the
Don't you think it is time you were
fijiiijj- juBr subscription? Do you
want to wait alwayspSoine'of you h ve
len waiting a long time and we want
hntis honestly dueus, so Call and pay
- Improper and deficient care of the
clp will causv grayuesK of the hair aud
Imldiiess. Kscaiie lnih bv the use of
The Wish Gratifiei.
Yon have often wishes for something
to take the place of Pills. Now try a 25
cent package Simmons Liver Regulator
powder. Take it dry on the tongue or
make it into u tea. Il is pleasant o
take aird gives quick reiiog two good
at Greensboro, came in to secure tem
porary license to practice medicine in
North Carolina. Dr. R. S. Young is a
member of the board aud Dr. Gove
came to see him. .
Of all the lucky newspapers in
North Carolina the Fayetteville B'tp-
tistii the luckiest. It, .says: u0ne
brother in Western Carolina appreci
ates the paper so much that he sent
interest on his back subscription."
Lutheran church at Seattle Wash in a.
tor about a year ago is dead.
The Standard- has no particulars ns
the telegram made just the simple
announcement of his death.
Mr. Deaton was well know in Con
cord, He was an alumnus of North
Carolina College, at Mt. Pleasant, He
was a twin brother of Rev. W.A. Dea
ton who is pastor of a church near Co
We knew Rev. Deaton as a school
Positive and Negative.
The race Question is tnsettled
But it is settled that Hood's Sais apar-
illa lead all remedies. -
Disease marches through all lands,
1. Subscribers who do not give ex
press notice to the contrary are cour
iered as-wishing tocoutinue their su'f-
But good health blesses all who take ! eenl,uon-
HnJ'j S.irs.nnriUa 11 uiscriors oroer tne QIS-
Butler, Jno. A Misenheimer. B A Rodden
L C Moore, P A Sloop, Paul J Kluttz, G
A. J Sechler, Jno. Q. Foreman.
Tbe- following cases- on the criminal
docket have been disposed of.
Richard Graham, affray, nol pros with
David Hayes, affray nol pros with
Mamie Henderson, disorderly houe,
nol pros with leave.
James Bernhardt, retailing, two cases,
nnl nros with Imv
Ut reliable specific Hall's Hair Renewd c,yde Kriderj aflray no, pro9 with
Castoria is truly a marvelous tiling for
children. Doctors prescribe it, medical
journals recommend it and laore than a
million mothers are usiiig it iu place of
Partgori', B.iieuian's drops, s called
soothing syrups and other narcotic and
-stupefying remedies. Castoria is ihe
.quickest thing to regulate the stomach
aud bowels and give healthy sleep the
world has ever seen. It is pleasant to
the taste aud absolutely harmless. It re
lieves constipation, quiets pain, cures
diarrhoea and wind colic, allays feverish
ness, destroys worms, .nd prevents con
vulsions, soothes the child and gives it
refreshing aud natural sleep. Custoria
is the children's panacea the mother's
Castoria is put up in one-size bottles
only. It is not sold in bulk. Don't al
low any one to sell you anything else on
the plea or promise that it is "just as
;ood" and "will answer every purpose."
f See that you get CASTORIA.
The death of Rev. Dr. Chas. F. Deems,
ill be leurued with deep regret by our
whole State. He was well known
throughout the State, having lived in
different parts of it td being connected
Milh several of i.ur educational iustitu-!
liou while hero. " -
ev. A. L. Coburit and wife will quiet
ly celebrate the twenty-h'lh anniversary
f their marriage ut their home to-morrow
evening. Only uear relatives and a
ftw hititnate friends are iuviled to be
The Watchman acknowlelges' with
thnk to the publislier, Dr. Ievi Bruu
n, Raleigh, the receij)t of Ibansons
'orth Carolina Almarfnc for 1S94. It is
f" M Valuable information of officers cf. Payment of costs.
James Rice. larceny, nol pros.
George Newsom, c c w, submits, judg-
ment suspended ou payment of costs.
David WenseL retailing, nol pros.
R. K. Gould and John M. Morgan, af
fray, submission; judgment suspended on
payment of costs.
Burton Colbert and Pink Neely, dis
posing of mortgaged property, not guilty.
Wade Brantley, assault with deadly
weapon, submission; judgment suspended
on payment of costs.
George March, retailing spirituous
liquors without license, not guilty.
Paul B. Taylor and Samuel Snider,
assault, guilty; judgment suspended on
LUM Nt ..I .1
.ivc, jiuuuc insiiiuiious, ana otner
Walter Hessf robbery, guilty; sentence
George- W. Alexander, Jr., assault
oay to learn that Evangelist W. R Gales, ( with deadly weapon, guilty; two months
i on the chain crancr
tractetl meeting in Lee t?l reel chapel Sun
' Might, could not meet his appoiut-
neiit. He ls "expected to be here aud
!ye an opening wrvice in-the chapel
7orro night. Mr. Gales is an earnest
aud alwuys attracts
ora Franklin, a most estima-
young hid v 'of Charlotte, died verv
'eiily b.mday afternoon. She was'
pK' on the porch when .die su'dden-7-hpjwl
from t In7 chair to ihe floor.
was carried to her Joom and an
Ft m:i to revive her, but unsuc
cessfully. Sit.,, . i ... i i . i .
. "'re urn an uour i iier.
cauc of her death was aii abscess
011 lfr lung,.
. An "iwation or injections of c irbol
j !,tld ar 'xrieinely dangerous. Try
u' P'te Cure Positively guaran-
IwinfJutljrcJl Salisbury" N.
Joe. Murphy assault with deadly wea
pon submission three months on the
Thomas Burger larceny not guil-
Wash Luckey resisting officer, submis
sion; three months on the chain gang
Wash Lucky assault submission; three
months on the chain gang, the terms of
imprisonment to begin at expiration of
B. H. Wood abduction plea of insanity
tried and found sane
B. H. Wood abduction, guiltyj years
Japanese Liver Pellets are the best
family medicine for liver complaint
and constipation. 5o pills in vial 23
cents. Sold at Edwin Cuthrell's.
Lost Oa Fulton street, Saturday
night, a black overcoat. Finder will
please return to C, G, yiele,
Winston, ISov. 18. John Smith oi mate, a chum and society fellow. We
Sandy Ridge, Stokes county, while in- have never known a better or nobler
toxicatcd, accidentally discharged his young man. He was one of the most
guil in the house. The ball struck hi-? conscientious gentlemen in our ac
sister, Mrs. Frances Manuel, in the left quaintance. The Standard is truly
side, raiigingtotherigl.it si le. The ball pained to hear of the death of this
was extracted but the woman's condi-lbright young man
tiou is critical. energy, scholarly attainments and a
The football team of the State Uui- r'"re lifH pro make a shining
vpr.itv will leave this week for New ,nark ,n ,1,s Profession
York-. wbe,v it nlavs Lehioh Uiiiver- 'Tis sad to think Leroy Deaton is
- 1 i . "
continuance of their periodicahj, the
n.,l.i;..i...- i: i. . i.i
But Hood's Sarsaparilla p , f cu,m,,ue lo wn ine
uulii .in ci ; iea rages are paia.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse
to take their periodicals from the of
fice to which thev are directed, thev
ne responsible until they have settled
their bill and ordered them discontiu-
4. If the subscribers move to other
Dyspepsia is a greot foe of the liu-
puts it to fight.
Scrofula is one of the most terrible
of diseases. But Hood's -Sarsaparilla
exqels it from the system.
The people of this day, like Job, suf
fer from boils. But Hood's Sarsap-
lla is a sovereign remedy for them.
Catarrh is one of the most disagreea
is sure to relieve and cure it.
Rheumatism racks the system like n-
thumb-screw, lint it i?treats bet on-.
lk1'Wih l 1 1 ll j ki l in Pitrtmii. i I... 1
But Hood's Sarsaparilla .... puui.M.-
iei, iiiiu pajn-i-uie sein hi me lorillri
I i :.:. . i i ii
oircciion, tuey are neia retponat-
sity, at the "Manhattan field," on the
25; h. Then i'- goes to Richmond to
play a Thanksgiving day game with
University of Virginia.
Wisstox, Nov. 21. State Secre
tary Coulter is here conducting the
wee! of prayer services at the Y. M. C.
A. The meetings are leing largely
Hood s Sarsaparilla will bless ttuiu.ni
ty s theages roll on.
Eeath of Mr l. John W. Moore.
Charlotte News, 18th.
This morning at 3;15 o'clock, Mrs
John W. Moore, wife of Rev. John.
attended and mucii interest is oenio two yearS i,avi, lg lost her health while
iu Japan and never being able to regain
List it. bne was twenty -six yeiirs ot age,
The North Carolinian s.as:
irireata ucimi , - mi t i i ; .,
i. i oe riiiri uuv iiui m.
who, by force of Power of HooJ f Sarsaparilla. u Vw fftm uf
IjOSS OI appeuie ieau? wmeiii-ii"n , , . . . . . i t .t
11 ,lleiir IflllllVIII'' l4ltil UbvIiiii thKin
But Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the .. . . . ,
" tlllC'lrtl for. la I'll Hit Ftlfir l,i i !,..)
plainest repast tickle the pnlat-. f M,t 'rn 1
Life is short and tune is ftWlunr, bur . .
ie ttmi, r ttlHli p ihtinheri
(at thr . ihifir timtif thev do not
-Hh to coiitiiutt taking it; oiherwis
the puUmher i atlthoru d tt iMtd it
and ihe ubcrtb-r will lie i-m.ii-i -until
an ex pre- notice with p-iyiuefii
;uf all arrearage is hen! to the publish
er. The ladrpost.il laws are such thai
; newspaper publishers can arrest ii v
joite for fraud who takes a paer aoi
j refuses to pay for it. Under this law
"The constant drop of water
Wears away tbe hardest stone;
The constant gnaw of Towser
Masticates the touehest bone;
W. Moore, died at her home, in Deri- The constant cooing lover.
ta. t'urries off the blushing maid;
Mrs. Moore has been a sufferer for And the constant advertiser
Is the one who gets the trade."
Magnetic Nervine quickly restores
b'St-manhood . and youthful vigor.
Sold by Edwin Cuthrell Salisbury N.
If awart be rubbed with the pared sur
face of a freshly cut potato three time a
day it will disappear within a month.
It has been caluated tbe 800 shots were
fired for every man wound duriug our
last Civivil War.
QUEER VISITING CARDS.
, Many are the uses to which the
cactus is put, but one of the queerest
is that which prevails in Cape Town,
South Africa, where -cactus leaves
are made to serve the purpose of
visiting cards. It might occur o
the reader that a package of thick
leaves covered with prickly spines
would not bo easily accommodated
in an ordinary card caso.
The leaves of the special kind of
cactus used for this purpose are not
very prickly, however, and, further-
more, these unique cards are not
carried about, but are left growing
on the plant which stands at the
foot of the front steps.
When a lady calls she has only to
take a hat pin from her bonnet and
scratch her name on the glossy sur
face of one of the leaves, while a
gentleman accomplishes the same
end with his sharp penknife. The
lines thus scratched turn silver
white and remain clear and distinct
on the leaf for years.
On New Year's day these cactus
cards are particularly convenient,
and popular hostesses often appro
priate a large branch of their cactus
plant to the registry of visits re
ceived on that day.
There is one cactus, which is not
especially plentiful,' which not only
has smooth leaves, but has spines
so large and, still that they makeex
cellent pens, and visitors are saved
even "the slight trouble of drawing
out a hat pin or a penknife, -Youth's
week 36 people went from Randolph j
and Davidson counties to settle in the i
West. In the party there were 11
men, 8 womeu and 17 children. One
of the gentlemen will settle in TeXas,
4 in Missouri and 31 in Arkansas.
Three of the above are from Davidsou
and 33 from Randolph.
News reached here yesterday that
the barn of Mr.Levi Gunter, living one
and a half miles from Sanford was
burned on the night of the 17th. Nine
head of horses and mules perched, aud
a quantity of forage was burned. A
gin house was also burned. The origin
of the fire is unknown but is reported
to be incendiary. Mr Guther is a man
of good character and a good farmer,
and his loss is greatly regretted. X. 0
Raleigh, Nov. 18. Persons who
came down the Richmond & Danville
road brought the news this morning of
the killing of a negro man andvoman
at fiVrlington fast night "by n f engine
of which the veteran Jake $.iccs was
engineer. Just as the westbound pas
senger train was about to ' enter the
train shed, the man and woman stepped
iu front. In a second they were under
the wheels and were cut to pieces.
The man was a railroad employee An
inquest was held this morning and the
engineer was exonerated.
A Special to the Citizen from Paint
Rock, at the Tennessee and North
Carolina state line, says a Chinaman
named Ling Gun has been4 running
wild in that vicinity for the past ten
days; Investigation reveals the fact
that Gun was from AshevilleTand was
robbed two weeks ago near Hot Springs
of 8250 by Bob Morris and Carter
Ward, who cruelly beat Gun and drove
him into the woods, where he continues
n iraiJur if U fparpd. in an insane
tO U14 0UV4, ' w
condition. The matter will be report
ed to the Cbiuese minister at Washing
ton and to the Secretary of State, Gres-
ham. Ward and Morns huye been ar-
and was the only daughter of Maj. S.
Does Death End All
' . i i ii i i
An editorial in an afternoon paper, " SUUN-P1'""
V: Reid. of Steel Creek. Early in life 8av SDeakii of Col. Robert G. Inger-'" run along for some time unpaid a.
I lin nivL.ro li a
ltWhv not make public the rumor)' ret used and have a postal euro .m u:
church. Nearly four years ago she that the brilliaut orator who has been;titying the publisher, lay h m.e.i
married Rev. John W. Moore, and lled the arat American infidel, hasJHble to arrest and hue the ame as i-
Un hpurd tosav in public betore he uien, eic. i
mw--- y a
Miss Reid connected herself with Cen
tral Steel Creek A. R. Presbyterian
tendered her resignation as teacher in
A n Industrial Revelation.
A Mrs. S. Palmer, of Poiifltuo.
the Huntersville High School, which Lj e3 tnat he believes in immortality?"
he then held, to leave immediately for ngerS0U wu's questioned on the;
Japan, to which field her husband had v: t m his apartmenls iti the Adams!
been elected a missionary oi nis Hn,0 aA ; renlv L'ave the toilowiiig i,..s discovered an liunorUut ,:idii-;n.ii
i t :
autoraDh statements : ; process in a very extraordinary vv..v.
Moore remained in Mi i,ave never 8U1 "that perhaps be-;,. pal,ner h,,s oUr ln- known to
Japan until last summer when, on fore I die I will say in public that l;p,,ssess some extraordinary occult. n.-
account of her broken down health,U jjeve m njmortality.' 1 have noth-;werj,. It is said that slit can t:fct
Mr. and Mrs
due to the hot climate, they returned
to Mericlenbursr. After arriving at
ing to conceal on that question, i scrap of any person's handwriting iu
have always beeu perfectly frank uudfler handor a bit of his elothing, cr
home MrsMoon seemed to be moreL ttVe Kjven the transcript of my heart; ilQy object intimately associated with
la ltT " t .
cheerful, but it was evident from the
first that she eould never rally from
the great shock her frail constitution
had received in the hot and disease
contaminated atmosphere of Japan.
m t M
and brain. ' jhim, and at once give an accurate ue-
'I doot say that detth ends all, iscription of his personal appearance.
neither do I say that man is immortal, mental abilities, and more or ic-
I say that I do not know, ao know;, ,f j, history. She can take any oi-
IS Olie tiling, ueocc i& .vv..-.., in i.ei - - r
to hope is still another. j whence it came and the aisociatioo
- ... . .. t-ii . . fri- . . L I
UI hone for all joy, for the cnuuren ;COnnected witu it. inis remarat,ie
!- .. i i i t i
of men. jtacuiiy n;is oeen kuowu m -an.
u All I can siy about immortality Elmer's intimate friendi for yean
this There was a time wtien i wa ,ney nave ueitguteu in vcsuuk
The Faith Cure in Guillord.
An interesting case comes to our
notice from Sum merheld. Mrs. Davis, t, There was a time when l was tjley have delighted in testm u. w.
.....w. ... ; f nt hr IVjT. D.ivis. of I tL u..r I utqj now I am. and it .inv hi-r husband iaVe her hi f dr-.-d
uie ouiii; Tine - v not. alter nm " i w "'j -
that place, was very ill with fever, and b that it is no more wonderrm WOOI pulp. She luui uever een a.
it seemed, as both she and the family tnat j should continue forever, now before and did not know what it was
that I have a start, than it was that 1 but she at once described it nature ana
should begin. ! the process through which it hud
We love, and those we love die, and -passed, Not only that, but she per
we cling to the hope, to the wish, that ceived a simpler proc-ss by which it
we maymeet again. Love was the first COuld be imide, and being something of
to dream of immortality, and as long H chemist she proceeded to experiment
love we shall hope. Boston I with it. Whatever may oe mougnnji
Uhe ni inner in which she arnvea ai ui-
liscovery. it appears to km ry valu.
I. de one, and a company h.w been or.
ganied iu Bangor, with a cfpiiu! d
SVK),KK) to m I'lufactuni woo-i i :.
thought, that she was at the very gate
Her relatives and friends were gather
ed around her iiedside and she lntd bid
den them good-bye. Just as they
thought she was almost gone as if by
a miracle she rase from the bed and
walked to the fire, saying she was
cured cured by faith.
This was over two weeks ago and see
has since been rapidly regaining her
health, and if she continues to improve
will soou be perfectly well.
We were not astonished to learn
that Avcr's was the only Sarsaparilla
admitted at the World's Fair. It prov
ed to our minds that the directors of
the Columbian Exqosition were true to
their determination to render ample
:...Hr.P to every manufacture worthy
Ask Your Friends,
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
i . it : i.;.,L. itai.d Hip rpnlv will
wnaimey .ou- - ' di,,,, to Mrs. Palmers s met i...
be positive in its favor. Simply what i-cruin0 to
... ii i i.n. ii... - - -
Hood's Sarsaparilla does mat mis ... -
t-.- ,.f it- mprit. One has been cuieo S!ie It is a rank injustice to sv
of indition or dyspersia another wom.n is inferior to a man iu re.ou,
finds it indispensable for.sick h!1.,
ivnnrt. reV f J "
or biliousness wine oiot.-
...rL-uble cur' of scrotum cat.irran
rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
Ilnods Pill are purely vegetable. unuirkaQucroearvaunrkti
Because ldroil Trihu'
! rssp BP.own men pnrf?
s .'Tins l!lt:oii. nihwbi.eM. I !;- - 4 -
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