p- III W
1 ! WKRK HEARD.
nii!ur' at Coddle
'.; :! ?2 isn Alien
. .5 I? s? I. Ai!JrU a
.': nutcfj cf the organ
... .he "parlor, with the
, touch of Mii?a Julia
x-"ifit nr. a err jo in vrcre
, . ; f ;U d by her maids
i. i:-3 Lou la Mellon,
i ?:-ie Grierson and
', ; - the hricJe and groom
j under the floral
,'. 'ini'j in addition to rare
. icn wr-.- Lity-ithly
: bi'ld in her hand a
" ' .-iv1 of Malraaison ro?es
-, Y" Y Love, her pastor,
, K;.v. Dr. Pressly, in
. --.nropriate and imprest-
picked the character
dntirrf of e.Vjh of them,
- , - Lbe obii.ui Co -.vhieh
. hubaiul a::d wife. The
. rrc :.is wero numerous,
u :. cor-.-nxu.ie? over, the bride
:r,, his brother and a
!-.!'; fur Mooresville and
toc-l: ihu train for Taylorsville,
a hue the -'room left his vehicles,
i 'H-xt morning they proceeded
. :;r 4 for GO milts through
: f-cenery of the mountains
. : ;.t a second night. In the
, v n 1 r. ft
before noon they were
-t bv a
number of ladies and
gecilemtn from the vicinity of
their home in Grayson county, Va.,
?t t be mouth of Wilpon creek only
10 miles from the North Carolina
. There Mrs. Alice Neikirk
net with a cordial and hearty
L;t week Tup: Standard clipped
s. Darlington sptcial to the Raleigh
X-w? and Observer, declaring that
the Messrs. Holt, of Alamance,
would support Bryan, and in turn
Mr. V R Odell sent Mr. Holt a copy
of cur paper and a letter, asking if
the statement was correct. The
Coring is a reply :
iiuriington, N. C, Oct. 16, ;96
Mr. W. R. Odkll, Concord, N. C.
DkarSiu: Yours of the lGth to
tanrt. I am not going to vote for
Mr. ilryan, neither is my father. I
r-ave always been a Democrat and
will vote all the ticket they have
I f: in to vote in the State and my
county ticket, but no fusion part;
and will vote the National Demo
cratic ticket for Palmer and Buck-
Thii is the only straight
n-icemtic ticket I find in the State
' ; d that is the one I am
eg to vote. Please have your
- pd per to correct the statement.
r -r the speech made here a few
ago by Buck Kitchen advo-
" the destruction of railroad
! rty ii the government did not
oate them, I am more deter
1 d to act a above stated.
E. C. Holt."
!i 5'Kr. A O.M! E DA Y
xative Bromo Quinine Tab
All druggists refund the
y 'f it fails to cure. 25c. ml4
---- - m . j m
r. i v ifteruoon two little boys
8 tlk'ir names as Furr, who
v'-,:f distacce above town, were
th.ouh a thicket on their
ice and unexpectedly
l'p against a large hornets
f hoys were badly stung.
; b -; to say that the hornets'
i'b'rr 11 7.
! ( !'iirr V I v
DIED AT SCHOOL.
A Young i nbarriisiio Diod V,!,tnJnv
-riiiuy J3jila .ScSiool-ltonuiiiis
InterrtMl a,uiy at -!l SriztJ;s.
Jih: four vt(ks rtgo Air. A L
wyer, a bright jouug man of this
county, ho lived with hui gr.d
mother, Mrs. Margaret UpTior in
No. 9 township, left f
vm.ui, n uciii einercu as a
student, full or that ambition that
generally acccmpmiea a young man
to the bchool room determined for
an education. His happy antici
pations of acquirement of knowledge
in this world were blighted. He
was there only a few days until he
fell a viciirn to typhoid fever, and
on Saturday last his spirit iUd and
hia body was left still end coM in
death. Hi3 brother, Mr. Henry
Sawyer, of New London, was with
him at the time of his deth. His
remains were brought to the home
of Dr. B L Griffin in thi3 city Sat
urday night and on Sunday they
were conveyed to Cold Springs
(Methodist) church, where they
wire interr-d, Rev. M D Giles con
ducting the funeral.
Mr. Sawyer was juat 21 yenrs of
age and waa a good, earnest, Chris
tian. Messrs. Maren and Craven,
two fellow students, accompanied
?he corpse to its last resting place.
Kluttz Saturday A I slit.
Hon. Theo. F Kluttz spoke at the
court house Saturday night to a
large and entnusias'ic audience of
attentive listeners. He handled the
issues so smoothly and wa3 so elo
quent that his bitterest enemy could
not help but praise him. He is a
magnetic speaker and his arguments
fell with force upon the ears of his
hearers. Among many other things
Mr. Kluttz said that we couldn't
get everything we want in this world
and the best thing for all to do was
to vote the Democratic ticket
straight through and not to scratch
unless we wanted to eltct McKinley
as our president and Daniel Russell
as our governor. And no worse
calamity could befall us than to
elect the latter gentleman.
Mr. Slack Stafford I'aralyetf.
Sunday about 12 o'clock Mr. St
Mack Stafford, at Harrisburg, suf
fered a stroke of paralysis, affecting
his entire right side. Mr. Stafford
and his wife were at home, enjoying
the rest that the Sabbavh brings,
while the childien were attending
service at Rocky River Church. Mrs.
Stafford was sitting on a chair and
Mr. Stafford occupied a position on
the floor at her feet, and when he
attempted to rise he toppled over.
It was some time before a physician
could reach him, and it waa several
hours after Dr. Grier had arrived
before Mr, Stafford was able to talk.
Mr. Stafford's condition is consids
ered quite critical, but it is believed
that he will recover.
( -crj cqi
uajpnqo put? s;mjjui io&
Men to prepare for examination
for Clerk or Carrier to beheld at
Cod cord post office scon. Valuable
information about all government
positions and examinations free, of
National Correspondence Institute,
Dept. C. S , Wasnington, D. C.
GONC01U N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 1896.
Tlioy ay He Must Come Down.
Tiie'" Republicans s;iy that about
Mr. Strieker, who claimed the nomi
nation and declared his intention to
run on the Republican ticket for
sheriff of Cabarrus county. A con
ference among the Republic -, r 'y
leaders was heM today, ?.nd n 'a
thought that matters will -tv ami
cably fixed up, which will Lriug
the Strieker and Buchanan factions
together. &r. Strieker told a
Standard reporter that if the op
posing faction would come to his
teim8 (this he didn't care to make
public) he would withdraw from
the race and throw his influence to
the support c f Buchanan.
'I lie I!ea! Iai?nce:. j
JameB L. Francis, A'dennan,
Chicago Et?ys : I rrgard Dr. Kiu's
JNow Discovery as an Ideal Panacea
for Coushs, Cold3 and Luuir Coins
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the oxclu
sion cf physiciana's prescriptions
I cr other preperaiions.
Rev. John BuriiPfKeokuk, P wa,
wriree: I have been a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or lhat
gave me such speedy relief as Dr,
King's New Discovery. Try this
Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial
Bottles free at Feszer's Drug Store.
Snya the Davie Times :
'John Rendlemen, of Salisbury, a
recent flopper from the Democratic
party to the Republican party, made
one of the usual sterotyped misrep
resenting and misleading Republi
can speeches here on last Monday at
the close of Col. Boyd's speech in
which he sid thac "old Rowan
would be found in the Republican
column this year." This shows
that Mr. Rendlemen is a false
prophet and that he la preaching
The Salisbury World has been
authorized to offer bets of two to
one in any amounts from $50 to
$2,500 that Rowan will go Demo
cratic. It May Do a Much for l'ou.
Mi. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had a severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
many so called kidney cures but
without any good result. About a
' year ago ho bagan use ot Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especial, y adapts
ed to cure all Kidney and Liver
troubles and often gives almost in-
ant relief. One tml will wilt prove
our statement. Price 50c and SI, 00
at Fetzer's Drug Store.
(onc Home to Keeufierate.
For some time past Rev. A X
Pool was been unwell, and last week
it was necessary for him to cease his
labors for awhile until he 13 fully
able to carry on his ministerial work,
his throat being badly affec:ed. Mr,
Pool has gone to his home in Moore
county where he wi'l remain until
he is better
Given Away Free
To advertise oui goods we will
give away, absolutely free, one box
of five-cent cigars,one old ring and
! i rample bottle cf Peeler's Pain
Killer to every one sending us nfty
cents to pay packing and postage.
Peeler Andersox Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kernerdyilte, N. C
tr. Miles' Pain Pills cure Neuroll5L
When two China
men meet, theii
v.-ay of s a y i n j
k How do you do? '
is " How are vouj
bowels?" " U
bowviS are it: irooc
condition the rest
of the sybi.siii ii
pretty sure to be i.l'.
riht. But wh-.-t
they are const.i
pateJ, it lias a half
paralyzing effect 01
the re-t of the bod
and the mind to
Headaches, dyf pe.
si a, biliox'.sncsr
L-- ) - -
sleep, weakness, heart palpitation -in-gloouiy
spirits, all" cc-r-e rr m constipa
tiuii. And that isn't t'.e - ort of it: 1'
lays your system open t- uil s3rta ot
serious and dangerous iiltit .;s.
It isn't safe to neglect con.--tir)r.tior! ar.t!
it isn't rafe tD use dangerous wreu
c aillia: ! :cs, to overcojne it., either.
fave y. r, worse olf than set ore. V, I
is r.rt I is a mild natural laxative liht
Dr. Evrv.e's 1'leasant Pdkls. They ac:
sxirely hut without any "'oh:i"!ce. The;
r?gu lata and strengthen-the intestines tc
do their own work. When the " Pleas
ant Pellets" cure you, you are cured.
You don't become a slave to their use.
Take care the druggist doesn't give you
something else he calls "just as good."
It may be for hint but how about you t
Yen fcitr-it learn a thousand va!uaM
iessons about preserving your health bj
Pki reading- Dr. Pierce's Coimacv
fef Sense Medical Adviser. It ii
p a rand book and the present
j V edition is absolutely free ta
stam-ps to cover cost of mail
only. It contains ioof
pages and over 300 eniv
ings. 680,000 cloth-bound ccr
A ies have been sold at i 1 . 5
each. Tlus fre? edition n
in strong manilla paper covers, otl;.nvis(
it is just the same. Address World's D;.3
pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V
Waltor Li. Main's Circus.
For the above occasion at Salis.
bury Saturday, October 24th, and
Charlotte Monday, October 26ch, the
Southern Railway will sell tickets
CJi:t 1. cr j A
iu uauauury b vv ueuia aim 10 1
Charlotte at 85 cents for the round
trip. Tickets on sale fc!ay of the
performance, limited day after per
formance, but are not good on the
vestibule trains. Passengers will
please be prepared to make their
own change for a'ooe tickets.
Clothing - 'a
No doubt -about it; we -are-better fixed to
rlease you in Glothmsthan we have ever
oys' Suits, latest and
"We guarantee to
HATS -AND -CAPS FOEJEV-ERYBODY.
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Whole NO. Lfr.a
$10 to $IS per xv, t- iu
Women for e2c hr :r:e r - -!:. y.t
books or canr?ing. No rxn
ence. Bona fUe filer. No catci).
Send stamp for work and rarlicn-
i a vs. E . He rr i a n , 2 1 ; S o w ? h ? i x H
Street, P iiladei phia, Pi.
J F Hurley bai the old
Penn Aiutu.-u Tire Iiict rai c :
panj. Tn7 v. rite ii lo t
Cj::1) - -1
on earth. The men d.'drn'de fit
least cost. Se rh- contrisot
taking ir3nrnnc?jdio firr i ?.
The fit:ar;uuve of n u "uo-.-d '
is broad tnor'h U) .-r (i'.:j'"--r
kind of ail men t3 f.i to.--:.:fv h;i
most exacting ri(,jr, tut the lir,-.-.
mnst be drawn son, v -;; mv ;1: r
gnu & Writhe are . v . . : h, n a!:c, r,
known to ndtra eer wht-re that t:u
guarantee do:-j- .net co?er d iiLa::vd
leak prepaTa:!or?f? i v
T 1 1
ujr navir.w- ys rjuier rrr ?R po?3.
in the " JVl, & W. j ; ck -rf p.iir tu
before putting tl 3 root into tfcs
puncture, arid fol.-., the fev
other simple histru- ;n zhe c;d-
Jilogue, a eriiwri Nv:ir c-in Y :.
in-ide in two mint. at the rorid -side,
without removing the tire frr.i
Dr. Miles' Pain Fills nre guarantee 3 to
! ueaaacne mzi) ruiuutes. "One cent a ft -j x
o 0 s
Cannons - i
Suits, latest and