c r0rna Watchman
j;.l ... ANI ' IV EWTOM.
. e -...,-. A.. ...I ...
rk.. audi-clames u. t e city.
.. ..,,. mv to cur rcrders for
.,1 01 "
. ill !lU
i He this tvctk on oc-
ilbe taken at tire 1'ivs-
the. Watchman and
c!i to-i i; h.r .km. eat ol me
. '..,;,..ri f )rJH:l iir..
VI'.MIIIiJ . nmi," i v-o-
i in .
ill- I . ' -
....... f n TT.Iiitirt vi'fuw!
- i )-n vf"i t "
ev 1 ", ., ,., rfonii a-tnaniag cere-
jbis wjr!v' j uot.earu the coutrct-
room college on
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,.iiut II- '" rt
i. l.:,i.rlf rcilMVfi select
ttfvcv;'.l:. "". .
; ...rJi-i, Wednesday's al Satur-
S .1.'.. fiit-v tK-liver promptly.
k A Wtt la!r m dry
P ' ' . . . i... i.ju lit of t heir creditors
i i U' IW-.taiu as assignee.
, m !,k. assi-m-e of T. B. Wyatt,
I mi inventory ff the stock last
' tfJ opeUC" I lie MUI&.1WHMJ . i
jus Ik-cu crowded ill iirchasers
It'l eek. li'i- ' a l"
fiiC in'-' "f KviingeHst Gak-s in-
siiNiJi'Wt '"k,lli.V- A rolcs-siouw ol
iar5-iu.ad at every service
. 7 1 1..,, i-.. ..
i,;,!ous "clintirt vli( is doru; much ,'ood
J'vim-'-! Ji-Vi. r-arso , nccoinpa nieil
J'f.ns'ii., l.;i.- :H liirouj;i; ??a)ls-
i... 'i'u..!;i linn iimiu on their way to
!,';..? a:t'lilpted to rob Mr- G.
II Cint , "f KtK-xville, TeiiH... near -the
l:riiu ih-'rl"l'm-.-day ni-ht. They oidei
! Mr. riivi-U'V t' lalt. wiio re.-jiotided
tvtai'!l.-' ;1 revolvyr and teilin-thein
'l,iiTuvT:iv iiKiriii.n ; abiiiit ha!f-jat
nVti'ii'k, Aj r-.; U'. It. M i-rotiey died
,i n,-r Ii'iiiio iii t i i r -iiy alter two weeks
ticking (tyof'!i .itiv'er. S:e ItniVos a
jrnif .-!iUi!i !i'i-!aiid ' and t"Wt htnail
ihi!I:u, '''' liavi- flu- .sincere ?y nijialiiy
ol'our p-i.; i'l xhy.v feal o.
Tin' a'.u:!i;iL tuiiifn'i ee (' the M. E.
Ctiiiiiii !r n-.-. in uitli Carolina uiel
in tiuiinitr ,? ui ij ,. lifvs. ir Jeith,
Waller Hess stnsck a oegro named
ltob. Boyden with iho back of a shovel at
the ouvtct camp Tarsday, knocking
him senseless for a short lime. The tie
gro threw some water on Hess, which
c.iused the blow. r
Subscriiiers at Mf. GUead, N. Care re
q'testej la pay. their -sub.-criptions to
ilr. J. M. Overtouwlio i authorized to
make col lection 'a ad gire receipts for
fcubacriptiou. - " :
The Salisbury Colton made h
d-mat km of two Uolta of clotli to each
of ti e OrphauagtS
Tb.e Charlotte Observer Tuesday
Horiiiutr contains a telejnuu frtm its
hitij:ti,n corrvsjK)udent Hnnoiinc
ing that Capt. 3d. E. Carter, of Ashe
vill will succcetTcolleetor Elias.
A lilfl" son of Mr. Jno, L. Link, age
3 years nnd 0 months, died of niein
branons croup Friday night.
We are glad to say that the an
tuvmictMnent in last week's Watchman
of the death ltv. J. Lroy LKaton was
a mistake. Tiie Watchman got lis
information ' from the Ctn-coj-d
Stantlaid'c says in Friday's
issne that--the article we copied was a
mistake and that it now .learn from
reliable source that Mr. Deatou-is not
ifoid'bui.iM in a hospital in Su Paul,
Minn, very i!l hut slightly better at
last accounts. He was on his rrad
home from Seattk Washington, untr
was forced to st jp in. St. Paul. His
brother, liev. W. A. Deaton, is with
U'inl;iiu'- l'i urn tins''
uiii iiJiikf '.:.;) i' cii.i
( oi ui ii are in ai
ry. i iii- em. iVtvnce
.ii!lul! tilt' niin
laade lu ."';;ii-ian y,
Jle..n and iii v
Conrt in Session.
due Miller, distur!)ing religious wo;
ship snbinission; Judgment suspended
otupaytneiit of costs.
Let- Stoke assault with deadly wea
pon net guilty.
Catherine liobihson and H.M. Huff
man i.ffary gtiilty as to C ithering It b
nsou; Ji ltn.itt. suspended on pay
ment of costs; HuHmau not guilty.
Willian Fisher carrying concealed
weapon uol pros.
Williams Fisher carrying concealed
weapon, uol pros.
weapon not guilty
Ben Correll, larceny, guilt v; four
months on ch iiu gang.
C.A. Siylor assault an I battery,
snbmissi in ; Judgement suspeud. d on
pay tueiit d' cost.
-Thomas Ilensoif removin; crop suhmis-
! iion jjudgtnent susjiended on p tvuients
JV.i Handle andGeor.-e Cruse nffiMY.
; gvtiitv; Jo Igtiwnt suspended on py-
busiuess. He has a new pattcnt for boat
building wliica is a good thing. .
Messrs. W. F. & A. O Haywood have
completed their store hou-e and have a
nice stack of good.-? opened up, which
they will jtell cliesp for cash.
Oar Ml. G if end debuting boysnnnounc
ednnd advertised a public debate the
21th lust. 'They had notices stuck tip all
over town ' inviting "eueryliody to come
out. 'beh.old2.Kur poor timid set of boys,
only two of them attempted to say any
thing more than to excuse themselves.
After the spectatoes disappeared they
clased doors and debated until nearly 11
o'clock. Poor boys, you must not be so
timid and hasnful. You won't have to
tt a phrenologist to tell you whether
you wpuld do for a lawyer or a preacher.
Mr. J. A. Lisk is right i"!ck mk neu
ralgia this .week. "
The Death cf Col. Brown.
The , Monroe -Enquirer notes that
there is a man, a" Populist, in Union
c uuty,Avho will not py the preacher,
.-imply leeus the preacher voted the
D. iiiocrutiu tieket.
Tlsere are 1,150 convicts in the Slate.
Of these 12S are in the peiitieiiUarj ,
SG are at the farms and phphate
xuiucj-tt Castle Hay ne, and OoO on (he
furuis along the iioanoke.
The Baptists of North Carolina will
hold their annual State Convention on
December 7th to 11th, and it will be
held in Ei za'e'h City this year. There
will he delegates there from all oyer
the State, and many proaiiuent B ir
tasts from different pirts of the UuLed
Bicji Square, N. C, Nov. .27. -This
Col. JoUh L. Brown died at his resi ! community was shocked Friday a!out
tlfl'S 'I mi i l!i
ml l'rc-i Ih. L ai i
L (.Van it. t ia-M.- ii! ienii'ii haw si-rv- 'meuf of CO-ts.
rd in tlitir ina-t'iU po.-itions four years,.!
1 'lir V ' ;. I" -. I V. ,! - :1 ! ii I'll :l t, !-V 1 1 1 i' i i i 4t
lrt.l..Hlri:lis ilu- Hiianjiiious ttish oi ; I' iVhieiits of cost.
iis fiau: and J"ii;e. w imJe city
tlul lie-m.i lie i t i iii iiiit to Saii.siuiiy.
nl in tlit ir uq,M-iU po.-itious fuur years,.! . . , -
thetVi iiii.i; t! iii'.!. , vt H be iJj . Mark Dixon, carrying conee-in-d wca
oiliti fu-.ii.-i. ' lit-. L. i.ii has.l.eea heie! j.,0. rrU jSmlgmeut su-fietlded on
deuce on East Trade street, this city, a
8:30 o'clock Saturday morning. The
immediatecau.se of his .death whs pneu
monia.. For several months past Col.
Brwu had been in failing health, yet up
to within a week past no alarm was felt
as to his condiiioirr lie was in his 65th
The death of Col. Brown removes a
man prominent in the history of Char
lotte. He has spent his lifetime here,
uuu llc .1 (la v.llc vfl nil; ujfiiillJucis vri int. i p .1 .
.. Tr . . 1 .. 1 1 of the eountv
citv. He was promiuent both as a ousi-
nes man and as a pillar of the church,
and was always found active in every
work tending to the good and advance
ment of the community. Charlotte
mourns him as one of her best men.
John Lewis Brown was born on Jan
uar3j8ih, 1829, near Salisbury. His
father, Peter M. Brown, moved to Char
lotte when the subject of this sketch was
only six mouths old. From that time to
his death; Cob Brown had lived in Char
otte. His business life here began when
he was 18 years of age, when he served
as a clerk, lie rose steadily in the bus
iness world and was very soon recognized
as one of the leading business men of
Charlotte. His mercantile - career was
markedJby one sucoess after another,
until he was at the head of one of the
most extensive business houses in the
South. But his worth was recognized in
other Hues. He was a useful citizen in
all -the wa'ks of life. He represented
Meckleuburg county in the Legislatures
of 18G2, 1874 and 1878, and was repeatedly
elected an alderman ' of Charlotte. He
was" one of the best friends Davidson
College ever had, and had been a trustee
of that institution for 12 years,. and at
the time of' his death v. as President of
its Board of Trustees. For 24 years Col.
Brown was a nvniher of the Board f
Trustees of, l he General Assembly of the
Preshyieriau church of the U lited Slates,
was a tru-Uee-of the Synod of North Car
olina, and was chairman of the bench of
Deacons of the First Presbyterian church
of Charlotte. He was "identified with
almost all the important buMiiess enter
prises of Chai Km ie.
half past one o'clock by the announce
nient that James L. Peele. a well to do
and most highly respectable citizen,
member of the society of friends, who
livetLaJjout two iiiiii s from this place,
hail committed suicide by shooting him
self through the head with a shot gun.
lie leaves a wife and four small chil
dren. Mr. Peele was the son of T. C.
Peele, one of the best known citizens
:N".i:iiv Id' i ivl .iKj ieats I li iii't you
tlnuk if l- Uiiie-yi'ii weii' piling oiil
Mibscr.j'iioa' ;."lhi-;-p :p;r V We think
hi. It yoa dmi l iniei.d io pa pu a.e
li'itjfy us ah.j we will discontinue the
pjier iiini t ui ir iail in tlie hands
of ifcfilec: Ifi si ai'iiev. l'.eitse rivc lhi
J Ui-at'e-idivi). j -
Ed. Bost,: larceny guilty; two year
. II. Sptrnell assault" and battery,
A special to the Observer Irom Con
cord says: Yesterday William CorreifH
a colored hoy of 10 years of age, living
on Dr. T. F. Pharr's plantation.", was
out gathering wild grapes and by some
mishap he fell from the tree and broke
his neck, killing him instantly. There
were a number of while boys along
with him when he fell.
The Ijiwdmirk says that Iredell
county is to. furnish the granite for the
Confederate monument to be erected
at Raleigh. The quarry from which
the granite is to be obtained is locat
ed aoc ut two miles south of Moores
ville, on the lauds of M r. T. J. Wil
liams, and is operated by the Charlotte
Coh cord, Nov. 25. The nngio.vs of
Xo 3ftownsItip hei'd "a festival on Tlitirs
day.inght, which Lad a tragic, ending.
As is Asnaily the eas they got i:ito a
flight. J Atw-ll was tiiitiii .Jim
Black and BobGtlmer. Atweil pulled
oat Ills pitol and M red in the direction
ol "t hi's p n t.M-. missing t.iifoi, shoot-
I I r .i iit ("rii..iii mi fiii :; 1 1; i i i i 1 1
Dr. S -'eie was called, and he says Gih
son cannot live. At well made his ts
cape, but they are alter him.
!I:co, Texas, November 2?. Ia adif
leuity n:ar hare, A. Slassey waskilled
i h ssa and Win. Oldsla tally shot.'
KALEioir, K. C, Js'oveniber 2a. Safe
Kowvrs did ellectiTe work at New
?ertie last night by getting into the
i.fe cf J. D. Dinkins aud takinsr off
Jt:: jzm.l.n, T::xx, November 27.
lt-r.no enanty voted ?50,f,00 yesterday
as the cupitat stoe!: of the Nashville
-aid Kcosvi'la road, 'ibis insures its
CiiAr.t.i;sTo:;, S. C.tXoTjmber 23. A
usal decree was en tered in the United
states court today, ordering the sale
of the South Carolina railway to take
VKicj at auction on April It, 1S04.
Norfolk, Va., November i4. W. M.
Foreman, colored, was banged in the
juil yard at Portsmouth at 10:3J thib
iu.i.iiii', ii.r me muruer oi carr; .ar
rington, colored, some months ago.
Kai.eioh, N. C. November 22. A
white man nameoV Elliot was placed in
jail at SmithCeld today for the mur
der of his wife to prevent her fro?
giviug birth to a clild. Elliot is u
Maco:t, Ua., November 23. Major
John B. Cobb, one fcf the oldest and
mcst favorably known cltizcus of Ma
con, died suddenly fro heart failure. !j v ,
He was a member of the insurance a ou n;
firm of Cobb, Cabaness & Co.
Kxoxviljk, TiKrjf.', November 24.
Maxwell Co., leading dry goods an.',
millinery dealers of this city, njade an
assignment tonight to Wm. S.' Shield,
president of the City National bank
LiabQities, 83.000; assets ample to cover
Jackson, Miss.. November 23. The
"supreme court reversed and remanded
the case of Jack- Swanson,slayer ol
two Jackson policemen, upon grounds
that the jurymen read newspapers
containing testimony and commented
thereon during the progress of the
Ci.AnKSViLLE, Tenn., November 23.
The Clarksville tobacco warehouse
ONE-HUNDRED DOZEN .
French - Woven - Corsets,
Which we liave bou-ht of a Factory going out of business,!
offer at the following prices:
French Woven Corsets worth $1.25 at
1 rench3Voven Corse.s worth $1.50 at
rrencL Woven Corsets worth 2.00 at
Has procured us a big lot of I
- Which e will sell at less than regular Wholesale Prices.
Odt line of Dressgrois ani Trimmiiiffs is bow Conglete,- from tie cleapes
UP TO THE LATEST IMPORTED NOVELTIES.
We are sure to be able toplease you in quoting, Style and Price.
have nevtaseen a nicer I ne of Cloaks for Ladies. Misses and Childr
as we are exhibiting now. We offer themjtt very Low Prices. Come
nnu uvi your tnoiee now, when all the sizes are complete.
Ojai.S3FD25SM2?1 AND lES.'OCS-
The bi-est selection in town, which we will sell at prices to suit your peke
book. Our Stock is con plete with reliable goods, as-we positively
decline to handle tra-h. Your Good Money deserves Good
Goods, and you can find them at low prices att
liUmann & Lichtenstein,
Positive and; KegatiYe.
Tne r ice Q testi-m is i nsettled
j iiut it is settled that II ol's Sarsanar-
i ila lead all remrlies.
1 Diseisi m irclie- throng'i all lands.
hJint good health blesses all wl.o take
p Dyspepsia is a greoh foe of the hu -
! -nan race But Hood's Saiv uparilla
ij .nits it to fiht.
which - covered about an acrv of
ground, was burned this raoi-ring.
Over 230 hogsheads of tobacco, valued
at F'J.000, were destroyed. The total
loss is $39,000 insured. Origin of the
fire not known.
Jonksvii.lk, Ala., November 22. A
fire, first discovered at 3:20 this morn
ing', iu the frame ftore of Ucyoolds
Brothers, was carried by the wiad to
an adjoining1 dwelling, and thenco pro
ceeded down the line, destroying- the
z'is-.ii ' vvi Ate s: l v rw ii
insurance, si 1,300. f! ocrotula is one of the most terribh
Columbia, S. C, November 25. "Ar- M d diseases. But liooi's Str-aparilli
resrs are going on quietiv, is all ttiat
Const ijiation is t'nc parent of innumer
able diseases and should therefore be
promptly re.nedied by the use of Ayer's
Cathartic Pilis. Thwse do not i ip are
uiltv: j-nl-inent su-pended on pav- perfeclly safe to lake and remove all
' l.i . l: '.'.11 1
ifiiuviicy io liver ami uuwis uuiuiiiiiui.
men t of costs.
Waller Pinkstoi,,' Do.-. Carter, Will
Taylor, Sam. Gaty and Fayette Hen
derson convicted of
an ;dx ;v yvere sentenced-to three mon-
Tlie Charlotte OLtrrrer , the on tlie ClJalll ?llg.
" ' 1 - H ' ."",7 VT I
llr. D. hMl.u iy, who r.Mtnt last we, k -Walter Hess, previously con victed of
in ami ab-.iit L?ai':s!airv. eonu s buck ! robliery was sentenced to four years on
i'iie ....Uii.s.n ,'vx-r Mr. E. B. C. Ham- the cluiiu gang
WeyY sIm4v i ,j in i;i ii..ua;i. The
!K:k; lie say-'.. is tin !inest iK ,.v,r saw.
S'cui cows i;i. .s..w aete vaaj'.;d at a
thousand i oii.irs.
'ih;iuks.;i iti ervi es
. . .
wM iii i nr c luu eii. s
lions Will he Ui;:de
r the f..ihi-1-h-ss
lu oay. tit. i una-1
to the Mijiport j
ones oK our
Manning Item3. .
Cones, cmdeace Watclnnan.
Oar farmers are through sewing
wheat and gathering their crops cotton
be ! .in.l T.wn i..,af nu.irlt. i 1 b I I'll
1 his bein court week the usual ra;n
Prevention Is 3. tier
fhan cure and those who aie subject to
rheunutisin can pi event attacks by keep
ing iheblood pure and free from the ac
id whichcausesthedisea.se. You cau rely
upon Hood's Sarsaparilhi as a remedy for
the rheumatism and eatarrh also for
for every form of scrofula salt rheum
oils and other diseases caused by impure
dood. It tones and vitalizes the whole
te,ai.. I v,e trust liiev nn ty ho liberal! several mountain wagons pa-sed
'l iiuiiuiua.s that iln smtd.. u.o- i.iav Isere enrottt for the citv loaded with an-
'i MlkT I'uT
'L. el".-i: j.pn.
'r. J. A iiiid. one of 1 lit . hi-st i-i: :r,.iK
t ies and chestnut.
A "irls vesu is brief but it isn't ta-
oj i ra.iiu- r.,rd i.t-i-iih .vhood "had the 'ken 'as a short answer .
- juisfortum-n, ot.t !,r,j(1t ull(iy c.u,l.id! Th i "women of this dav and
ia t heir sleeves.
- - ; . -
1-lillllK rs ol two fieiuht CJ rs ' . -i tainlv h;iv.i iilanK- nf room in, Inii'rb
aUilii sinM.... i - i . . . i .. ! J J
r ui-it raL "Miiiuuav. lie
U1U lit cil I..
ly pussiiig Letttcen two of I hem. Just as
ielUt his fuutou tiie buaij.crs a sliifiin
"Sine struck the ears and crushed his
70)re.Vl.iuUadai.ti 'MKi'iz:e drts-
V1J tne -w.'uiHi. d
inctntK'i- and iound it
' aiiinutalii l-.vo toes. It.
'. .i.:i IU...IHIII OI llio
l(X't wuu.d bo necessary, hut the
oiss now liuoe to save il
Thecals aiust ytt
"i'M'T tli:tf i
T- II. I Vmi. t. !aie
s' Nali-auil 'jtnk,ea:ue
! i.i'-raiiii;. 'l'o bil! of
mt"l had bct-n luti.i.i s.g.-iii.-t Mr.
nc ct taee bills chai-iu- him
Mr Charles W. Graham left last Sat
urday for t he "Bear - State!" he will
uial.e his home at Cotton plant.
iliss Beulah Davis of Salisbury spent
a few days with friends here last week.
From what we caa here old man
Jim Benson, the mail carrier on tiiis
rout wants a wife," Girls here is an ex
(-client opportunity. ,
hH1.ik lo the -Vance CV. ton
Mt. Gilead Locals.
Rev. K. A. Mcleod filled his regiilar
"' 'lie i iiiK r ....,.... .... sinnuintmpntsit Shiirnn th. 9fi: h 111st unit
din v j iLLcin, oi c5,uoo ami vl,-
' ' "".t;I1,f:i( th F.ist NationaS Bank, i be preached a good practical sermon as
ti.ili .it-oieiii of u.-.ual to an attentive.
Mr. Will Cottony of the narrows, was
in town last week. We don't think the
old folks were pleased with his keeping
that girl up so late, though I think they
will forgive him if he wiil not do so auy
Mr. XV. T. Hearn has commenced build
ing bts new dwelling house. Mr. N. P
Hiatti, a,i at tins tune and bades has the contract to do the work.
- wit j-t u .lw : ,i ..... I -
ll ia , "'anueoeieiKienu Mr. E. M. Williams bas-aboutcom-
'Ten.,. i . , ,xtJ,t"-e. Jm.-e W hit- i!eted his dwellinsr hone nMr Hip
"wr I ti I i. try -- -
ui'Jnsi;v!. Klue uf thw case lhurch at Meltons Grove and he wrt
M .... ' ' eacu t S2,000; move In it the fir,t of the next vpr.
, - rf
Mr. William Maner, of-Norwood, was
"'m i' . u
deL,4'1' A Uohi''-s appeared for the
1 M-.1WF. Kluttzand
tUet' ,,i, ,u listed Soiicitor Long in
co!11'1'- Ti':-IVnse asked-for
'ee until ihc next term of the
trial i , m1 i,c,,,)m,t f iHcjudh e a fair
W'U I i., ,t 1... i ,
I'iv.... r .
s ii. .or t a . ii ... i i
justiiymg ja !he sum of
ne will bu rried at the Feb-
Da hi. .
Ifclni . f .i
in town one day last week
Mr. M. S. Pool, of .Ga., was in town
Hast week. He is iu the boat-buildiuc
The Durham Sun says: Our citi
zens were very much snprised to-day lo
le :n tliat -.1. W.dvUL-s & (o., d.ty goods
dealers of this place, inula well known
firm, I .-ad made an assignment, the pa
pers of which weie tiled this moniiiu
at 1 0 o'clo. k. Inability to meet their
obligations w.is tlr- can-'r o.' this i. nil
being forced to the wall, :.s it, is in
most every lustanei i. J. Jones
J. D. Pridgeu are assignees. The
Hood's Pills arc easy aiui gentle in
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
lor auv ease of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F J. Cueeny, Props., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheeny for the last 15 years, and be
lieve htiu perfectlv honorable iu all "busi
ness transactions and financially able lo
carry out any bligations made by their
West &Traux, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggist, Toledo, Olno.
Hull's t.'atarrb Cure is taken internally
acting dirnctly upou the bfood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle Sold by all Druggist. les
act amount of til ir !ii;ili.es ;i
Covernor Tillman has to say ibont
the Beaufort afr'air. It is said tnat
the governor has never before been sc.
determined to show to the state and
the outside world that the 'dispensary
law shall be enforced and the oflf.cers
of the state protected.
Con -jihia, "S. C, November 23. The
dispensary authorities say that Fisher,
who was killed m the mountabis oi
Creenville county, a few days ago, was
r.ot a dispensary constable, as haajbeen
stated in the dispatches. He belonged
to a family noted for its bellije rent
proclivities, and the bloody fight was
pi i"-;.bi v lae result of an old fepd oi
of i long standing animosity.
Acovsta. Ga., November 25. rrbe
feature of the last day of the cot: fed
kt xqels it from the system.
j The people of this day, like Job, auf
fer from boils. But Ho xl's Sarsap
; 1 1 is a sovereign remedy for tl em.
j Catarrh is (me of the most disagreea-
ijl'Ie diswirtJei's. But IloodVSarss parilb:
J s sure to relieve and cure it.
1 Bheum itism racks the system like a
j liumb-serew. But it i?treats befort
he power of Hood's S ariviri!la.
1 Loss of ap)etite leads to nielai choli;
bit. Hood's Sarsaparilla niakts
Uuie-d repast tickle the palat
Life is short and time is fleeting, but
erxftvcteraus' reunion at the Augusta Iood's Sarsaparilla will bless hninalli
e:i posit ion was the arrival of Gener! ' y ys tillages roll oil.
was an unexpected event, but far-
nished a happy occasion for a clinvas
of enthusiasm that was touchingly
sublime. The day was a veritable love !
1. Subscribers, who x
press notice-tatkeetMfktrary are consid
ered as wishifcgtoxoutiau tbtur ab-
2. it tLe suUeT i6eir-rder the- dis
continnaiiee of their peridialT t .r
publishei may continue to su4 Ihem.
until all arrear.is are- poixi.
3. Ii suliscribets. nwgject or refaw
Lo tak their perbdieais. from tle of
tice to which. Uiey aae- directed. . : v
ne KBSfonsible tiiitii they have .. tti.u
cheix bilJLand. ondered theui Utoconiiu
fi.If.tiie subscribers move to ,u ;
Wes without uiforniing the puiiiHi.
n,.and' paper ai-e-sen ttU th lormci
lirection,. they are- held, rusppnsi-)ib-
5. rClie courts have-cfceid& '.that re
I'tising.to.tiike periodinai.s friinu the of
lias-orr mmonmg iuid leaving them
. itija'lad for,.ra Prinut lucie. e'tdeii
'J. If su-bscril)ers pay iiru: Ivance they
.i?w bound to. give notice to pulnishers
at the end of their time, LLHiey do not
witdi to coutiiiiie taking it; , otherwise
the publisher iauthorizedto"suii .t
A Minister's Rebuke-
A m.i . -.. ...... .-. ..1 l.,t ,
till" Mll.lll 11(1.-1 (tlllllM I'll UI 1 CUU1C r 1 .1 I - -,. , .
- ' ', !aad t he-subse riber will bo- resnoiistble
f, nst .for tht- vetprans: who were here ' alKlllg and giggling, tie paused 100K- ...
in large numbers. ' ,l d at the disturbers and Said:
i . . -i T 1 tr T i
1 - I
. i juit, tvui.-i oiiki; 111 I iTd.l ill r.ii .1 I II I
t'le Lmtea Mates court toaay juoge ier
Simonton signed an order directing j i young lllair wlio sat Oelure me was
the South Carolina railway to bring in i , o!lstant Iv laughing talking and niak-
rdl goods otrered as Ireight and eon- ; i
uiiftil an express notice wi4ii pay m eta
of all arrearages is sent tolhepullish-
sets have not been learned ;ifc this writ-
A Shooting Scrape.
The Westmorelands and Whites are
neighbors in Linley's township. Ibid
blood has existed between them for sev
er.! I years, and it came near leading to
a homicide Thursday.
The immediate cause of tb trouble
was a cow. Thursday morning Joe
Westmoreland's cow got out and as it
went by the Whites they impounded it.
Tne- last jaostall laws are stwdi. (Lat i
i)fin:-4.rkii rujr vti-lhliiriJoii .on ufMtnk n a .
signed to private consumers The de- o " . (one lor f rain! wlu takes a ppper and.
cis.on was made on the petition of a .dministeri'd a severe reouke. Attel . , TT ,-.
number of citizens, who claimed the - irefwes topaj foK i. Under this law.
right to buy beer and whisky in
onothcr state for their own consump
tion and have the railroads transpoi it.
Rai.f.ioii, N. C, November 24. Ii. IJ.
Wood, the old white man who abduct
ed his little step-granddaughter, Liula
Coley, has been convicted and ff;n
sentenced to live years in the peni
tentiary. The poor girl told her hor
rible story to the judge who cloao-ed
the courtroom of spectators. Wood's
defense was that the girl went wil
lingly with him to Florida and Geor
gia. The sentence is regarded as
Atlanta, Ga., November 25. In the
United States circuit court Judge New
man decided in the case of the Equita
ble Mortgage Company against Clay
ton draft, mortgage foreclosure, tha4
the transaction was free from usurj
f he close of th services a j.'ent!enian
paid to me: 'Sir you made a great mis
rake. That o iiig man was an Idiot,.
Since then I have always been ; fraio
'0 reprove those who inisliehave them
selves in chapel lest 1 should lepeat
p hat mistake and reprove another idoit.
During the rest of the service the;e was
jthe ntau who allow his subscription t
to run ahmg for sow time unpaid and.
then wders- the pookraaster to maik... it .
'refused' and have a postal cariii seut
notify in-g the publisher, lays binwelfi
liable to aifcst and fine the sania:aa.fux
For sick hiadache, caused by a disor
dered stomach, Ayer's Cathartic Fills are
the most reliable remedy. "My mother
first recommended these Pills to me.
thirty years ago. They are the mildest
and best purgative iu use." S. C Brad-
burn, Wortbiugton, Mass.
Do not wear impermeable and tiht-
fitting hats that constrict the blood-ves
sels of the scalp. Use Hall's Hair Iien-
ewer occasionally, and and you M ill not
.-i it A V. ry ren err ff r lip fi T0 r 1 r S'.O fl fOT
When asked by the We.-tiuoreiatids to he fuu "amount claimed. This' casa
give it up, thvy refused. The W si
morelauds consulted 'Squire J. M. W ii
is of gre
son and he wrote the Whites that they
had l-etter give t lie cow up. When
the Westmorelands went.t.' the Whites
again to demand the cow, a fuss en
sued. Robert White knocked Thos.
Westmoreland off his horse. As the
latter fell he fired on White,' shooting
at him three times, but missing him.
White ran into his house, got his
double-barrel shot-gun and emptied
both- barrels at Westmoreland, but the
latter dodged behind a tree, thereby
saving hi-, life. He in
t imoortance to the loan com
panies which have been doing business
in this state and have millions of dol
Kt'ARTAN!iiT.a, S. C, November 24.
A negro, mimed Will Bradley, who at
tempted to wreck the fast mail from
Atlanta on November 4th, which
passes here at 11:25 o'clock, jvas ar
rested today. He admit being one oi
a purty of three, but does not know
the others. It is thought he wm
alone and his motive was robbery.
He removed the spikes and cut the
bolts, but the -trtia passed before he
finished the job. lie is an old rail
roader. Kf.i nswicx, Ga., November 24. The
A Miscellaneous Lot.
A hackman found this order writ
ten on his slate last summer, accord
ing to a Maine correspondent:
4Joe: Send hacks and wagons in
time to carry the following to tho
Bar Harbor train:
"One wife, two nurses, three serv
ants, four children; five .trunks,
four valises, three grips, two bun
dles, one me outs id( preferred)'
hip. City of Montreal, passed over the
turn emptied l-rnsv.-)CK Damn uiuium u".""
1 tivnntv-nn TtH L sis. iiseiics. i.'..- v.. v
severtll chambers of h:s pl--tid J-! have easily passed out had she drawn
of the iiu'ilets took nine inches more. Cave-am urecn.
master of the t ity ol ;.ioa;reai, tijm-u
a certiiieate outside St. Siraoa's bar,
showing that his ship's tonnajo was
1,137. her draft twenty-one and one
half feet, and that he crossed St.
bimon's bar without trouble of any
Jcind: not touching bottom once. Cap
tain Greene savs his expenses for loaJ-irt"-,
touring, pilotage, etc, at this port
vevc 5W0 less than they had hewn eW
Vhite, but none
effect. All part h s will be C.died
THdr ja Cry for Pitcher's ntona,"
"Why is hs so Irritable.
This question is often heard and nearly
as often unanswered.
It is not always remembered, as it
should be. that the occas on of ill-temper
aud irritability is often to be found in
the phvsiciat conditon f the persons ui
fected." What is the use of tniug to
"harmonize" a man whose liver lias gone
bark on him? If a man is tortured with
rheumatism, how can he be expected tote
affable aud agrei able? Can a confirmed
dyspeptic be expected to be cheerful and
aivvays ready to tell a funny story? 'Ihe
owfv way to remove the difficulty is to
et at the came. D.sepsia , rheumatism
impure blood ami liver troubles yield ti
ll..wl' siMi-w-.r.-iiill:!. litis is whv il is an
alleetive tranquilizer, a peaceful mes-en-ger,
aud a preventive of demise ipi if
There is nothing so sweet
rnd all the l est picas-ores o
u the wake of duties done.
is a dat y
1 life CMP.'
r.,. nv3t wir ta n v. Martin. Manajer
Mjw York. Nov. at. -Cotto.i -O a 64
Jan. 8S5; Fch. S.3; marVc2t very ste.iajr.
MWdiin- 8.": marhei Crm
Chicago. Nov. C7.-Futures closed a
2S -MaV PORK.-Jaa. IU70
I '1rd.-o d. Sides Jaa.
rwu A -o S'.y Cashorotations irre si
follows: Mess rf rk 9V. T& . n.
. . Short "ts. loose. i
fiait shoulders, boxci. $7.r4,7.W:
gi,ie i. t'oxed. 10
A Maniac's Jump
New York, November 22. John M.
S-chirmer, an eagitie.'r, thre.v himself
out, of fif h-st n v win low i:i the
ttrJiement, No. 434 East Ninth street
this morning aud was. killed on the
j;ot. His suicide wa the lesii.t of
iro-ible at the shop that, wt-igi cd upon
Millionaires Once Poor.
George PeabodfTt philautbropifct
once sawed wood for his board, and
when he was 11 years of age was work
in a country grocery iu ALissachu-
TotTi Scott, ihe famous railroad pre
sident, drove a mule on the tale canal
Lis mind until it ni-et it.
' ' I . 1 ...-! I
r- ." i,.i. it.; . : , .:f!ta i eunsviyTariia, an worace uree j
An Z o i-lock this mhi in in - t i,H wife i - J '
n . t.J ..i ii i V l
foiiml the husband sitting on the edgeiwu,h "l ""l-"' uw
of the window opening to air .-liaftl113 'OKJ a
u . ...k...,ui r.f i . iUa me iouuaer or ii.e Aaams rjipre-
tie was one hundred Jc't above the:
. tjompany, Alvin Adam, started iii-.
career as an office boy in a Boston he
tel. He saved his4iioney and boqgbt
grotcid, mid was prpio ing to jump
With a shriek she sprang out of bed,
ran to the window and sez.il mm by
Schirjne-w a' sm ill maiu She is a
vigorous woman and despair lent her
grocery store, .
Corcoran, who was the richest nan
in Washington, and who has given
away three or four millions in chari-
i . ii. x i,..i.i i;.., r.. silio ufri-irr.
LienLTMl 0 11"IU uiiii in-.. . ... Tl 1 1 11 J - TL
olfnl to null mm bick in the room, but;. . .
" . . , . I iauier was once u suoecaaivec
siie could 3iot. lie tore at her in nas
Johu Jitcob Astor, tle father-of len
of millious worth of real estate which
now bold in New
Lard lJ. r&
ut, . on
vi.TuryentUie i-aol at H:
and squirnu'd to escape with
body hangiufcT over the s. I S ie brae-
-d U.rselt agu..,., u,e .v. c ouc; . brwdBll4
him with all her might and pleaded,! o?er streets fiow Vmed
cried for him to t ome back. his children's property.
He never said one word, but stiug-j Jay Gotly'8 father wajJ farj far
gled silently to free himself. She feltmer in the o ew york Hfi1
her strength give out. -Goulb's baud, wfeich sigied checks for
"For baby's sake, for inine," shej millions then squeezed the
pleaded. j teats of 20 eow uiA
Hr turned his eyes upon her once., the lMlttaT wbich-brougbt tm-
and she saw in tlieni only a mama.; s tw t.llivi... c. Jj. Uu flet-
. . i. 1 i
'hire. With a desperate euorc ut
wrenched himself from her grasp ai.
went down. The Value of -aPaekte.
'PI. . t 1 ...".j full II .1 -it Hip bottom
. ': ' , i- .1.11 The contents of a 2o-eent .pck3ge oT
of the st.alt crusmu uu- - '"" jsimllMM lliyn lJt gSuHr .ill cure
mass. J maiiy a sii k-ht adaehe. -I7t iketwoajan'n
fiii ial. Ii ctiretl me pciTtanentty of
eT BROlYiTS IRON BITTERS
rTi In li-i-siion, Biliwisiiess. Pyspepisia, Mala
r Xei via'Siics. .int OeBcrai Ixbility. Pbysl--'i--'o
n-ron-incnil il. All ,:eaiers soU it. Genuine
bal trade mark und croiiea icJ Unci ou WTpEf2E
Scrofula eradicatetl and all kimlreo, elchrr C.
IS. M 0" -ris-! Brawns-
di-ease cured ov Hood's Sarsaparilla. ( v,je w v.. I e it tlry ou the tagu
whicJi bv its vitalizing and alterative ef-j or matc u leu.
fects, makes puXbhd.