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CONIWD, N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBEE 12 1896.
COME UNTO ME."
Whole NO. 1,527
T,)(,i.iirN ChIIhis Thoin Into tlie
...?! T'"' V'i'Mi;' in Our Inlst 5ass
.!:r:!::: the early boura of Sunday
. ith entered the home at
of Mr. Ktifus Honey
: fyvni ihe loving wife
hid the husband and
' -. ' -v jciut ruoyed to
; i ir Moeresville aev
r( ri vi"? consump-
?-ont. 2$ years of I TT
very taken to i
Mis Jiary While I Hzor Ieal.
M ich interest and anxiety bns
Wn felt in the case pf Mips "Mary
White) Fetz-r, and The Standard
has grasped at every opportunity to
report her condition p.3 hotter bnt '
m tee wisdom cf the Divino all hu
man help wan unfavorable and all
hone of her return to gladden the
hearts of loving ftw.cn.ifc!? were des
tined to be blcctrd.. Her rnirit pass
ed away Sr.nday night it 8 o'clock
a::d her j(.rm;ins were hrouc-bt to
' t:y;s (Monday) nerving,
i cru took phue .-it tho Pres.
Trilby's Author Dead.
George Du Maurier, celebrated as
fin artist but more celebrated the
world over as the author of "Trilby,"
died in London on the 8th. His
illness was pathetic, big end easy.
His rise from almo8t pen 11.-7 to
glittering fame should be a gnidi;
hght to the young. Spice 'is n Cj
o "TN a young: girl's lift
f 1 V 'f J vuen the cruele
s innocence of cliil
iT'tN hood chancres to tl
antres to the
mode A, hlushinp
K V- '':'' ivo:ichiny m slurry.
( I tep:Cyi"he eye i- brighter ;
KL""- ;Uiir the ionn is -sunder :
xf ."v.-t-iSj there is a rv.mch of
!Ci;:.4, for bum I.
oycn-n ehu!:;h at o.;.V) ' ,nce tb.M I
ited to loilow his
from hia firPt drawing con
tributed fo Purch in 1SC0, which
v. 8 folbwed by entirncai carles, i i- 1
1 i , 1. i
tares of the facta and fancies of th
day. Treutcp utterly utter" :;
I s,ep,:??:: t :('y vray t;
idicub d in so . -amutiij a manner
o-th cf rr, i-etery to n -t till immortality
that they witftond. fleer yhe, if;
shv rocjK'.-irv i ti the
MjUij plance: rhe irl hx&
i critical r-niod so ful,
1 h.ar-py rossi!-;!-
l''- ;l a'r-out :th the p y-'-
- li ical s ; irt t -id-1
" !! ('.ar.r:en:. T.vciiar u
It h-. i h-en ?-.'?
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'.e. A "r
Ooiiis In Rtalo Io!itis.
Ou application of llci -blican
State Chairman HoHol, Associ&tL
Justice Montgomery, of the So
preme court, has ciud E L Ref t
and E O Curtis, Ivtmrcratic re?i?
trars of election at AVinston, to ap
pear befor: ! n in lUlnoh at cham
bers toracrv)w to ebow'vi-by thf-v
should not rrT;,w ., r. Ls. MJnt
gomery ir. his ciu-r, wch .
lengtbyd'irn,- the cUr
trar to be to Bvecr en ' h- - -v
his name. -.73 -.T-. 3 -, ... ( . ,
record his r n"
registrar hc.- r;"1
Dr. N D Fftzer en ! m on ?, x':
they ccfjh! realize it, could Bee their
" r. 'c:. : , - :.
ai;d nh-ul -Vet. hes. In
he con t Jibuti to II
t0 P5S the q'laiifi-tio-s oilMitrr-i
that the day f.j; chai;,. a f,;.; 0-
:'70 with iiia .-iU,
to her aunt, Try. R T AViiliam, of Ibbeson" r' hh ber-t
I v e 1 d 3 vi il", whero he to( j !i t v -1 h 0 : d.
iever Triih tho abovo reeulrs. She
'T joyou.s viod cf V3':!h-
:t 5 oVieek.
;ergir, ro in.'itur-j
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:3: d, beiu;; :ll
Through the eime channel jn j RO.f.
came Trilby, whicli created a scusa
tic It hui been rt ad md r,'-Tid
i 1 -.A ,;iJ:iid coiJinrjet'. Ic is a
.V.-r-,,'1 th it an
: ti t :runi.-nx thrown i!i vii-M-. ' 1
Ot ."ir-UOnv. " Fe Mi il ...iV.:; -
. -.1 .f-'l .-.-r, r, , ..:
m i 1 1 :Te. t van nevrr be ; i n'u and lirtlo V.
relieved !y "...cil trct'M
tobcr 24 th.
nv or' the:; dati-.
vr ?rai.y an ckt? -nsive. e:nl.
s, t" "!'? -litft. V7hut i- .ne-.dl i i rnrt: hinofiV.-. ... .......
to rt vi"'. v '
4 nu;i . '. t : ,
jOaly a ye:ird ago her older sis
I tcr v."i:s f:tken. lea vi. Jw,- !
!:'. i.'ivr..:e's I' nle I'TdecrioUon to r(
th? innermost sources of th tr'nv c.v. !
r--t:)re h.?.Uh and ?trcnf!h directly ic ih-; I
Ui.tiMS hv.!i :- !t ilL's t-.:ii!dat-n ; hen'ri f K8 jHXati"
i - . . . . C t "1 1 r T '..' iI i-T" r, f 1 1 . .Hi .:i .1 -... i ' , i- r. j i:
One Of the characters I- IVi'b V. dl' dl K '-'-vir ;r-vdv ,1 , ::ly to the entire femir :ne
i ! j o j
a old fen ad
'i'l vi Fc.
i 5 lownehip, died
- j :.::o:: -t 2 oclock at tne
; M r, rr.d M rs. A'cxandcr
i-ic'.t avenue, this city,
'-. .. id fevt-r. il is death was a
onf , being the great
":d r.iol cf devoted and induN
-!. whc?e greatest j y wag
it" ; . and happiness of their
;.' : Johnnie came to tov.n
. .c--:ks ao to attend
- '"A3 a bright echolar at
r;,;inia Erwm's private
i.' wa3 taken v;ith the
i v, ho7ever, and in. the
- vouth he as
i. -reat beyond. His
. cenvvjd to Ebenezer
in Kjwan county this (Men
;n:r.g fcr interment. Mr.
. Vader have the tendered
'., of ali who know them
j ,i::ev their eon in his ten-
only living child r.f her mother.
The h'-reaved i'.mily bavo the
sympathy of the community.
oi'in.i-ri. In a word ti e
For Over Filly Years
Mrs. vYi'jS'ow's Sootning Syrup has
be-n n 'd for over fifty years by
millioria of mothers for their child
ren whiie teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the cnild, softens
the gun:?, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. JSold by
druggists in. every part of the world,
Iff )itv-hye c-nts a bottle, JJesnrol
and ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth
iag Syrup," and take no other kind
l (i i.i vos Saved.
: jbe Thomas, of Junction
-.vo told by her doctors
- r ard that- t.her-
.ot 1 for her recovery, hvA
ol Dr. K'v-'b New Dis
1 her life. Mr. tIi.-.mv
rh rula br. Ma'i '.' ju' -
Sixly-Xine Years Old.
Our genial friend, Mr. II McNa
mara, an exConfederate soldier and
altogether a clever gentleman, cele-.
brated hi3 sixtrnmth anniversary
today. Mrs. J L lirown, Mra. Z E
Scott, Mrs. J II .Mason, his daugh
ers, and Mrs. McXamara, his excel
lent wife, gave Mr. McNamara a
surprise, haying prepared a superb
dinner for the event one of the
most essential necessaries of man's
happiness. Mr. McNamara is in
splendid health and The Stan
da kd whshes for him many more
ri!hy,sj iMtrie, 0 died f.r.e ar;thr r.
A iTiaid ai the d) iur mau's bed
eide referred to the success of
Trilby. Smilingly Maurier replied:
"Yes it has been successful, but the
popularity has killed me.
" it n pea
The V"! 8atve it? the wcrid for
-,n;, vn:it)iaui?; t-orna ana all
cor:.;: v ."or
Wan led Sometlilnjr to Eat.
.Thieves are getting very bold and
don't mind telling what they waDt,
when asked. Saturday night eome
one endeavored to enter the home
of Mr. John M Young, on North
Main street. Mr. Young is night
operator at the depot and Mrn.
Young and children were alone.
Mrs. Young heard a noise at the
rear end of 0.t: iuse and not being
one of the nervous kind, went to
the door and asked the party who
was there. She was answered by a
mulileel voice, two indistinct to be
understood. She then asked wbnt
he wanted, and tho reply was: 4T
want something to eat, and am go"
ing to have it." He then went to
the front piazza and tried a key in
the front door hut couldn't got in,
lie told Mrs. Young that he had
walked from Atlanta in one
day, and bfre she bad
an opportunity to shoot,
f!ie men took a eneak. Thi? oc
curred about 1:30 o'clock.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate their bowels ard kid"
neys will rind the true remedy in
:f V -. .ki sr.d tirV:'c'A it." ii'itoi i Worm-a 4 :r
men s j)'.'cvi'.:ar iiiiments. Over i.iv.c t y ;
hi" rert v xt k, " The r't?';U-'s Co:i:r:o
m nine i f lwnp i n (-'il V. i , ct.
or to -ilitViU 'o his
siereot v!jC(i. bv.t general 1
v- h -,
S ?-d Fta -.:) i
. a M , L i.
r to s-.hsuc to his examiTi-iti jti? siiK' i lllTet, P ilpHe tdli;- Pi
ereotyped, bv.t generally u-io, lorn i fr. -V ! " I''1"- 1 -
mem. Tw;;iv-one ( 21 ) o:h fer.t -tam
cover oust of 11 1 ; i 1 i ri r cnlv. v f .ri:i vr c i
of this usetul book. Athlrs. Wot!
peniiary Medical Assc.iat:on, iiuilh'o, I. Y.
JlrSi Sliller I)ytn-.
Mrs. Miller, the lady who is lying;!
so seriously ill at the St. Cleud Ho
tel, is ir a dyine; condition. Her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Grier, of Char
lotte, ber brother, Dr. S A Grier,
and two nieces, Mrs. John B Miller
and Miss Claude Grier, of Charlotte,
are at the bedside of the slllicted
V. ' J
r W r- r r 2 -i 1
MM t ' ,.
MM U I
Hi K y il 1
'It every-, n i, t:;so ln( i; j Knjptiono. 1 poiiivuly cores i does not stimulate and contains no
ttleof Jr. iv. .-; .i'"' j or no s.ay reoui-ed. It ib ! whiskey nnr other intoxicant, but
ua in i y. :,.,,V'. I iitiarnntectl to idve &ut;factioa or! acts as a lonie und alterative. It
.-y ' f I 'i.i,. m dbiiV' in
cvh.''V. I'V"1 itial i)(ttl('f
: -l hiU" uk re. Kcru
' . vui re.
" ' f ' sr.t j?j 1 1 Will .Tr 'i.
V .'derit.ur aid Cnb rms
J- - A sociation will rnepc :it the
y -hurch in M.-atiKW? on
:r- : y :,nd xvill continue tjn-i!
'' 'L"; : ext. Rev. J J -tVy-eur,
';':tor (- the Baptist cbu'th, wii)
eid the meeting of the Aseocia.
; -n lid will be abLeo. from th city
4'4llDKr t--e latter pare of the week.
:,!r. rv ;,;;;-!:!! nfj- 25 cn r'ncts nuitliy on the stom-jcii and
Iv;i ror ,a,e i V ' Ferr'8 JDr'ag j yoYrh Mxerztii SWn.g
n to the organs, thereby mains nature
No doubt about it; we are bette
please you in Clothing: than we
(,Ii ! Aivay Tree
To a'.Uert'fo our goodd we v ill 'people lind it just exacti.v w
ive a. j v, cb.oiuteiy free, cue box i f11, need. Price 50c and $J 00.
of fiv.- ent -ar.,on- vol ring and I bottIe afc Fetze! 6 Dnu torG-
7 O I i J . tit-1
in tho mi forma roe of tho function.
j Electric Bitters is an eeellent ap
pet;zer and aids dicession. Old
i t i ' t . . It
I kiB you, Mies Jane ?"
t.htIaDQ forry to see, -Mr. Brigge,
you, too, are affected by the
redicg cause of business depress-
p faen he kissed her. Cleveland
f y i pi oottie or ? eeier a l am
Killer to every one e-ecdiDg us fifty
cents to pay packing and postage.
Pi-i:lf;i NDtnrov Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kerne yiile, K. C
K t so n i e JV 1 1 cc
There will In a t'ptcial communi
cation of Stokes1 Lodge, No. 32, A.
F. and A. M.f Monday night at 7:30
o'clock. Work in degree of F. C.
By order of W. M.
R A Brower,
Notice to the Danfjliter.
The monthly meeting of the
Daughters of the King, ii postponed
until Wednesday afternoon, t 3 30,
in the RectorVatndj, J 0 Davis.
"Why do large women always
marr' email men ?''
''They can't intimidate the la'ge
ones." Chicago Record.
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