Mr. A. P. Gibson made a bus
iaeee trip to Wilmington lust
Mr. C. D. Koonce o! Wilming
ton spent Sutiday here.,
Mrs. Perry hue returned from
Burlington, accompained by her
daughter, Mre. Allen.
Mr. K B. Glbeou woe eick for
eoveral duye last week.
Mre. W. T. Puto and daughter
Josie and Miss Maggie Gibson,
uccoinpained by Dr. Geo. M.
Pato, spent two days of last
week in Raleigh.
Miss Mary Gibson taught in
the Academy here, ecrcrul days
recently supplying, the place 'of
Mr. E. H. Gibson, who i%s been
Miss Georgia Gibson, of [.anrln
Isirg, is visiting at the homo of
Mr. A. P. Gibson.
Misses Ayuie McLean and
Francis Darnell visited friends
in McCoIl Saturday.
Easter exercises will be given
by Wie children, in the Metho
dist church here, next Sunday
night. Everbody is cordially
invited to attend.
The streets of our village are
being pnt in fair condition by
the town marshall, Mr. Buxly,
with a force of hands.
Mr. R. M. Jooes, of Dnrliug.
ton, 8. C., paid his friends here a
visit last Sunday..
Mr. Jeaae M. Do*tick has return
ed from Atlanta Dental College.
Mr. Francis D. Gibson, now at
Trinity College, spent Sunday at
Miss lxila Gibsoh is very un
well but we are glad to' write
that her father, Mr. W. P. Gib-,
son is sombwhat improved. *
aiajioy iiiuaou, who for serer
wooka hna lain aick in the Flo*pi-,
tal at Durham, struggling man
fully against the dutcaso that!
was taking bis life, died eoriy
Saturday morning, April, 4th,
wmmi after the clock* bad an
nounced hi* nineteenth birthday.
Hi* mother und brother accotn
poioad by Dr. Kilgo and several
of the College stud out* brought
his remains, nuicliiug hi* home
late Saturday night from which
he had gone only a few month*
before, cheerful, atrongand hope
ful, to continue hi* work at
The funeral aud burial service*
were conducted by Dr. Kilgo
aud were louder and touching,
but beautiful and hopeful. The
church wm packed to overflow
ing and this, together with the
groat bank* of boautiful flower*
brought by loving hood* widen
ed the love felt for him by all
who knew him.
The interment wo* made at
the Gibson Cemetery, where hi*
body reete, while hi* noble
Oirhitiau spirit seek* that place
prepared for it by the Father, in
that good load into which hi* '
Savior hM preceded him.
All erf us who iniew him, be
Having that he ia happy with
God la lleuven, although we to
gret sincerely that further com.
pnnionshlp with him her* is de
nied ue, yet most feel that the
lore I* our*, bat to him the gain.
Malloy wm above everything
hie Blather’s boy. To her be
wm devoted. It is with this
fond and sorrowing mother,
that wa now sorrow most and
w* would have her hope with us,
and led aad know wHh oa, that
her beloved aou Iim goM above,
to spend that lmmortality with
wblob God haa endowed nan
tak! and thMrwHhQod^ hi*
I MB eonatenlaad to (Wait that n
•Brty birds were b little prsvloue U
bowtag oat old wtamr aa a dlaranlad
Dumber, u tto past tew day* hare folly
demonstrated that all aster*. like tto
eRorta of struggling humanity, may at
aay time, without notiae, rtartle tto
uusosfm-ting creatures with aew (to
vetopiaeats. nth tto aenory at 83,
and tronglu oowred with lor, the Uttle
taads corn, beans aad hall look as U a
regular congestive thUl had eeiaed them.
This certainly seams strange, but nercr
theiaae, God, with HI* teadac mirrlsa.
toa “tampered tto tempest to the ehora
lamb,'' as we tore, upon thorough ex
amination, found that nipal of the
trait aad eon on eared und only a
fiw o» tile woes tender vegetables
UHod or daauged to aay great extent,
though all look quite worsted.
rieatyot rule boa Ultoi In thla uer
tlou, and to iuotv tto unsightly poade
(hat arc scattered brxs aad Uiacs Id our
“Wat, the farmer* art exerting all their
eoargy in ditching to arrompMah thla
The health of our section le tunes]
lagty good, and but tltolo aeeknoes pre
The death ol little llobart I’aol, a htcb
ooeorred oa the 9m] instant, baa eaasod 1
maeb aadarer to tbla rommaoity. That
uorehnting malady, consumption. earfy
IbNa, attacked the rltala, aad Lk Ur
bad to yield to Its raragoa He wee a
good boy aad a member of the Leant
Ildl Sunday school.
Ur. Daddy Norton, aa oxodkat neigh
bor. who .ha* bran rritioullr III, I am
glad to state, la last approaching hie
normal condition. %
Uiaare Nurulla sad Hattie Hodjas, ol
Lauriabarg, are Tiettfag their brother.
Mr. 4. C. Hodges.
Proleseor 4. C. Wright, of Jadaoa,
8 C., paid a visit to Ms pamits aad
Irtende oa Jordan not long elans.
VIre CbrlsUae McUMaa, of Red
Mpringa, la risMing her eon, Ur. UeK
The people La this sect loo are eoe-ry
to boar of the ltlneae of Mr. tmoeh Me.
fbif* <d foe tool, bat are hope socm to
see him oat again.
Small grain, as the result ol too
meebrafa^adaoU weather, is looking
I expect “laatherimur trill be able la
the near tnture to get iatimatdy ac
qu&lnted'wllh Court aad the Quaker
department thereof, but most confcre the
description of Me first acquaints nee with
Coart »u very good of said august aa
Ssvs» T»i from BMW
“Our little daughter bad on
almost fatal utlucK of whooping
rough and bronchitis,“ mites
Mrs. W. K. Qaviland, ol Ar
uionk, N. T.. “hnt when *11 other
remedies failed, «u saved her Ills
with Dr. King’s New Discovery.
Our niece who hod consumption
in an advanced stage, also need
this wonderful medicine and to
day she is perfectly well.” Des
perate throat and lung diseases
yield to Dr. King's New Discov
ery ns to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs nod
Colds GO cents and 11.00 bot
tles guaranteed by All druggists.
Due Netlee is Benree.
Dos series Is lenlijr mrtrd es tbo
kst Unit Is nuuls from Iks Mrs. aooduJ
MrstW wltoh frsscL DeWltt’s *****
Hsssl Bairs 1ms
TiNODLLAIS REWARD. '
T)m Couaty Board of Bdaoatlba of
Heotlanl Ooaaty ofhrs onward ol flu
lor Murnation with irlfma aaO
ofaat to eoaviob aay paw» or panoao
RaOty of tho oBraao, of damaging, lafar
la«,or -o.tllatlo* aay pwbUe school
hooaa la th« ooaaty or hooaa aaM «a a
phwolov taoeMng mbits Mhoola, or far
aglag aay book or book eass brloagtag
to aay pablo school library, or daatag.
°thar pabBa atbool proparly
Death, aader nay aad *fl oondlttoon
aad dreuMkum, is toted aad, repul
■He aad unlavittag to turn templet*.
Whan the totoatl)* etedoa to emend,
aad the eweet, toooeaot babele nrtb
knly snatched from the mother'a bonom,
it le end aad heart-breaking to listen
to I ha genuine lament*tlou of the
heart-lacerated mother aa aha eUngu to
her lileleee Cbrtotly lwegobabe. But the
little ianoeeat darling hae not extended
Ito Influence sad tlm of afteetloe bey aad
the immediate hooeohold. aad while sad
aad UtUe to imprew the iareweil malar
aal kbw on ita cold, deathly Bps, yet
death could come under othercoi.dlthma
far more epaBing aad mentally rim
The aged auin or woman who. haring
Barred oat tlieir allotted lime on euHh.
1 hagm« on to the coal nee of time, a
tottering, reminder of tbe metric* nf
Ood, when ia bated breath aad raU
deed tone* It la annoenord that death
hn* removed the venerable wanderer,
an one ia chocked or irimldad. 1»
eaaae nil nature aad everything around
ne rum lad aa of the immutable truth
that man wee born to dm. and It to ex
ported to aay good-bye aad eeparate
with three beloved aged Meade and
kindred. Bat wtwa one, after haring
emerged from tbe tender ee wing pa
rlod. aad * tapped upon the platform of
youag wemaa or manhood,
with am hit Ion aad bright proadee of
aeeompihAinr something la the world,
the etar nf bop* lor aa affcntioaat*
arother aad Indulgent tether-tor each
am on* to beeeddenly end unexpectedly
•aatrbni from loved om. is Indeed in
exptatnahle aad almost unbearable.
Sock wore the eoadMras that aun
rounded the rant fltoaae aad tom rate
ble drath ol young IHEiao Malloy
Uibaon, which oceumd to tbe Watte
Hospital. Trinity College, Durham,
X. c, Saturday morning, April 4th,
Malloy waa the oldest eon of War.
aad ChrUtlm Ulbeoo, aad wan nlarlst
yoare of age at the time ot Me
death. Ua waa a etadeet at Trinity
College, aad had taken a Boat ran
—odaUa atand la Me cif*»e«, and waa
aalrrnraHy Moved by the entire Kaovlty
aad the targe body ol students. Hr
w sis’taken fcdSml>- ft, aid soon
beeaaic dehiioo*. the dUeaae developed
into spinel incmingltii w blek pipetrntrd
hta» about loar weeks before be wae lib
erated by death. HU parents at oaea
repaired to hie brelMdc, where Me da
voted Bother remained entll hie death.
Loved onee aad kindred conetantiy
vMted Um, and everything that lov
ing, aaniooe benrte, heads and mooey
ooald do wae gladly rendered. Bat it
wa* orile-ed and drererd that hie young
eplritahonld be removed from this man
daoa sphere ol troobhaaad tnaneptaetrd
la the peraSlaina ficida of eternal g»ot7
and el j elan happiness.
HMrrtnaica were brought home rtnfcnr
doy night, accompanied by hla loved
□nee I>r. J. C, Kilgn, the pieeideal of
the Cottage; Ur. W. J. Rexlort, a rep.
■eaentatlve of Me Literary Society; UK
U. K. Nowpon, Jr., reprraeataUre of
Me Clone aad Ur. S. U. Hoyle, rep re
sentetlre of the Y. U. & A Enwhn
at tha OoOege euepeaded la rupee* to
him, aad the Butml tiibate an tha cas
ket waa simply lameaea It waa stated
that there weea arena than oaa hoadred
doDare’ worth of Bowen baa tcrwed by
lovlag hands, 1’rot 1C ounce, like former
teacher, attrenled thelaaeraL Ur. Ugo
preached tha faneraal BoodAy hi tha
ilihsoa Method let rkareb. of which Mal
loy wan a oonrieteat weanhar, aad
aavsr before baa so larga a crowd at
tended n fansral aad burial la tha core
manlty. The eennoo was talaaRly
appropriate aad most pathetic, ennnlag
aiBont ovary one prearert to tbed tanas
of grief aad eympnkb/.
Hla erosion were Usderly plareed In
the oM time-honored eearetery. Than
pnaad away a gvntte, aoMs spirit,
ranee to Me nehml J. f. y.
Wtbeoa, K. f., Apt! Bth, ilk*
ffeotoO** Hnadiad IhiImi (toward
ta* ui eaaa of U»*rrb tku eaaaot be
tmmibf H.TT. QtUrrh Urn %
r. 4. CHJWT A Ca, ToMaO.
. -*■ *"* taw** W.
— fainiHoM oilfagtaby abb to
«WT oat any obHgatioaeawde by tbdr
War* tTmii, Wtatowle Drmta,
‘ Wood yafmaa.
•at baa. Stow'Jna‘"fa toMa.
Hal?7. rLwjffiS&M* to* bat.
Ta Our* i OaM to OmDm
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To f ajmm mi li.rhkwg m<
Bratiaad Omfyr-Lnet Jmij, ae roar
bf** Of—in Can.
depot lor LaaHabog. The
attoretj hartag board the or
guaof euftd at that ttm* that ha
woaJd rrcomptrod that tho tailroad
graat oar (.ed^on.
Altar aerereR ahaagaa ta tha eajaria
bald rat'd offi*, tha railroad rata load
oaaaaa la ft podtioo lot* raough
lor aa to gat afrtag with hi* aad tha
! taialfaa at the Corpantioe Cowmta
!aloa, imoaat, aftoathegraaad. A gtaaaa
at tha peeralf eoadlttoaa kro*kt
tha divlaioa acpertataadaat to ear ha
would go at obet to Norfolk and nco»
■aad the aaw p^anger atedaa at tha
»lata Stn.-t Thte area white
the legleiatdte \\m* la eaealna aad whd*
•ereral lerportaoj hllle wen af goad,
lag before H. 8L»* that Mae the dlrta
loa i t km beaa hen aad
taUeaetUttl wad eatboritiae hare
decided they eot gnat the aaw
Mta—i eUtaoaae we aahed lor. bat
will enlarge the VaMag rooaw when
*bej an. taka eii the aide tiwrk aow
than aad pat It trdtho eowth of toe ew
arel wanboe«e,U* depot nr d the oottoa
»<a«orw, to aa tp raqain all loadad
toa- haoJw^fa thto^J^
h-" "ho* ** *^X*'*■•”■• ***■ *TTT>
that wa aboaM X nbtL AtTaaT
bartoa, kartoa. ffT^' ialnai Vito
boro aad Uuaroa to mapaj g|«aa
prm, bat daataa totodla I aarttoaty11*
Tttoa to bat opA—m bow far
Wa wait imahal It tao rzpaatoro
to daay thto featldanawd, whtofa
wa caa do by ritSo* ah tiafabta
by tha AcUatto Oiatlto aad tha
Bomhara. ttay vitoaahi to tappad
fai to toaatod by ft “iiliiTi( Air
Uaa, and naa A* will drflrur
bwaht to Km ftoaboarl Air Lfaa wtthia
uitoa of IswzAtprt aad tha
othat 11 about forty; ditto ri thto dbaa.
Tho ’hlrprv law Ihljjfa to aay tor
Co art I Jar or toiiffl Railroad, orth*
frafaht wfll atoba (Stood arbaa It arc
Hrua, aad it wa tho ttoalpto <d
wako U to tha latmSpt tha laflroad to
do aa aa wdlaatt tof oar arfabbora.
la' a hod— way At pood wfll to
worth aboataa toatolaa thtora. What
wUI tha paopto do atolt UT
Ji*®t. IrMOto, Attorary.
Ltcmroiao. R fllirri T. 1*0*.
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Norfolk, Va, April A—A
North Carolina offloer carried to
Wdaoa to-day John Green, the
mao alleged to have married
Mlee Bar He Davie in a uiock cere
mony In which a saloon-keeper
acted as dergymaa. There was
a reward of fSOOoa Green od
Ared by Grreoor Ay cock. Tbs
gill’s father hearing that Green
wae in this locality cams here
and with Constable Ferguson,
of lauubert’s Point, located
Green on an oyster schooner.
He wae taken before Justice'
Smith and committed to tbs
Norfolk county Jag. Green de
niee the charge against him. Hs
says he is not afraid of a trial
aad will easily prove the chargee
lelee. lie says hs has a family
living in Laarinbuix, X. C., and
never peased as a eiugie man in
WHson, as charged.
Green is alleged to have board
ed with the Daviess in Wilson
and became infatuated with Mias
Davie. Hs deserted her a lew
day* nfter the ‘-wedding” and
•her then the police have bean
hot on hie traiL Ho was a much
surprised man when arrested
' [Green’s wile and flvo children
are living at Dickeoa Cotton
Mill. Three of the children are
mill operatives. Green left home
sometime ago and ttis family
knew nothing of his where
abouts until tbs above sews was
The Executive Committee of the
County Sunday School AmojW
Moo compoMd of President A. F.
o’clock tor the pnpou f t ar
ranging n, programme tor the
F. L. Bnn, Secretary.
KILLED FBI CASK.
It is one oi the wonders of
the present age how each a
thing may occur right in
our tnidst,-and in the heart
of our town, at one of the
most popular places. Just
think that on April 15th the
long, keen knife will be drawn
at arms length, straight
from the shoulder, will be
thrust deep into the heart of
Vr. Profits, who will fall at
the foot of his victim with
stacks of Fancy Dress Goods,
Lawns, Linens, Diminities,
Organdies and fabrics of
mauy kinds gneKing forth,
including all kinds of fancy
boas, half hose—in plain,
drop stitch, Lisle Thread.
The pants are almost cut In
twain. The hats knocked
for some distance. So groat
will be the shock that ray
line of dry goods, (Fabrics
of many kinds) pants, hots
and Geucs furnishing, Ac.,
wiU roll out at almost cost
from April 16 to 80 inclusive
in honor of Mr. Cosh. Bring,
souvenirs of this great man
and get some unheard of
bargains. If you have paid
jour respects to the season
do so again. Lou may see
something new, aud at
prioss to suit you. Let all
friends attend with appro
priate offering*. Don’t lor
§?t.f!ndo».APri' 18‘h W
New Spring Goods!
AT POPULAR PRICES I
uooa .. 4c.
Bmt on the market......-5c.
\ Percale* feat light, color*,
worth 7«e per yd. my price Sc
1’orcak* 1 yd. vide, feet fight
color*, worth lOe pm- yd. .
my price only.. „7yc
DrwwgtBgbeun worth l«c
per yd. mv price oaty—1#.10c
Cotton writing torwhole nult*
and akirle, worth lSe. for.. 10c
roikfldot Hub Uwne worth
lfc per yd. my priooouly...lOa
Colotvioigaodim worth 98a
P«r yd. iny price only-18a
Whit* etrtped good* lor la.
dim shirt wafeu. worth 98a
facer W, 10c tbiWc per
yd. worth doable the oa't
8» my hue at Ki«Hgm doirte lor
Whit* India Hum trots BJfe.
White ohcmmUm from lSKe.
Berim tram Bc(wr yd to.10c.
Bleached table tinea BO fa.
wide worth Ur^ lor oulj.aSe.
*»“*>»* UMe linen, 72 In.
wide worth 76c.,lor onl/...40e.
Counterpane* worth#], fcav.'HV.
Coonterpaaee worth #1.25 lor 98
Table oil doth, per jd-15c
Window nhadee all green coU
on, with or nrtthoot fringe
from 19b. each to-*
x>yn and men from 25c each up.
Mnr« Knr ort *bo«* from
*1.35 par pair to.43.00
Ifra’a Ugh cat bob. frmu
vLlC to ..4#40|
LmtM*r oxford* nad —
from 50c per pairto.*3.00
(Itildrwi's sandal* from GOc.
. ' r-im
y % «<«£>££
Stan’s oil-* ool Mm crash
salts, from *4.98 spwacds
Men’s puts (rots 49c per pr.
Bojs* salts f(oat 90e upwards. ;
Y0UR8 ALWAltf TO PLEASE,
J. W. MASON,
CHEAPEST STQNC IN TOWN.
MORGAN BLOCK. LAUIUNBUBO, K. &
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