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Vol. XIII No. 162,
CONC01l7, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28 1896.
Whole NO. 1,5417
A PRETTY MARRIAGE.
I popular Pair A Crowded noose
(fjeautinI iiecumuns.-"&. nnover
j0f Bridal Presents The Happy
Conple on a Bridal Tonr.
I At 7:05 p. m., October 27, in St.
John's E. L.: Church, Salisbury, the
organ under the accomplished touch
THE WORK OF MASKED MEN. Wnt London Thinks of the Situ a-1
tlon in Wheat. (
""""" 01 wnisKey seized and r .av nAf 9 1HTVi
Revenue Officer Richard Harris. Bay8' reSardin the demand for and
of Concord, with all his experience 8upp,y of wheat: stocks of
of blockaelers has yet a little to learn forein wheat at the principal Brit-
ai he discovered this morning. ish ports are stated to be insufficient
Yesterday afternoon Mr. 1 Harris to feed the country a fortnight
of Miss Beulah Bernhardt burst was driving along near Ritchfield, The slight fall on American ex. ttd heei1deyNi5i
fnrtb, in charming toneB, the wed wnen he came upon a wagon in chanees Saturday gave the English .one he accomplish her purpose.
vl ' I i. i . , , -j . . ' . ""w ""-"o I Nine to- one, she gete more ana more tier
dinz marcn, wnen pretty nttie Misses i w0o u, utuu. marset a aownwara tendency, but TOUS- Ane !"sni?sl, na buiks icn ia
U1U 1 . I rrtt "i . . 1 - 7 , I li at heart ' Th dark fornm of the room
LTTmr flrrf Knaa Rnlmpo "ia Ane amer was S0ne an0 Mr Uarr" the ODinion of one of tile best knnwn contain a thousand frights. She doesn't
a u uv - . ii i. i . 1 i i , ... ,i -
I iuhl no rimp in Rpizincr nnnn tho I v.. . . . . .
nor hPAritiff a silver trav with a . . i " corn, tactors, MancMane, is that
I WXlloikcy. : I
golden ring and tne otfcer bearing He took it to Ritchfield and had
a baskec of flowers, both dressed in lit stored away in a house and hired
We white, trimmed with flowers, several guards to watch it during;
opened the aisle gates when Messrs. fche ni2bt The wheels were taken
i . n v -d' w . from the wagon so that the blcck-
j b Bailey and C N Brown,5 brother , , ...
y 1 ader could not even recover this.
. . . i i i , I uiuiD KcuDiu'ij iiouDU, nucu ma I muw useii iuctc uisu x
fit tne groom elect, WHO Bteaay treaai ? .TMa morni oKnnf O. MnnV tlia lantmid eTVansffifl fAelin rrAvila In? harmful and deadly narcotics for ner
; , a .v Jr-i: i P ; c & ' - J. . xehftri fhA lirAr ia tornid anrt vousness and sleeplessness. It will. leave
coarcnea up me aiuie aau parwju w gnaras became Weary Ot tne lODg - t"ft Tnfld "nf ' the body a worse condition than it was
to the right and left in front of themgil;of the night and repaired to alterative is felt A;.prompt use of I thecause. :Dr. iierce Favorite Prescrip-
; 'C lelp Wan tedFem ale "
$10 to. 618 per week to" Men an
Women for easy home work. X?o
(books or canvassing. No c&pejj
ence. uona nae oner jno cater
Send stamp for work and parti
lara. IS. Merrman, 213 booth JSixtfcn
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.' oSl " .
know what she is afraid of, but she is afraid.
18 tbat I actually, honestly, nervously, am ectly afraid.
American Wheat Will-speedily : rise man is nervous and sleepless and afraid oi ;
w.siu - - v -1 ' j . .rt. 1 Qe rustic oi ner own arcss, mere is some
Witn a bang, ana the Uhn8tma8 J thing the matter with.her. ' The most deli
cate nerves m her body are set ott edge toy
weakness or disease. ?h Nine-tenths of the
nervousness, irritability and bad temper in
;jpiectrlc Sifters. j women is merely a symptom of ill health ;
T?.i-i -p;rfA m neaim oi tne aeacaxe ana aensrave or-
J P Hurley has the old reliab7c
Fenn Mutual Life Insurance Cora
pany. They write the beat policy:
on earths The most desirable at tl?F
least cost. See the contract before
taking insurance also fire and acci
price be much further enhanced."
Suited for any season, but perhaps overworked, or over-worried, the effeef van
more generally neeaea, wnen tne show itself there first. There Is no use tak
chancal. These were followed by resM
Mrsrs H Miller and H M BrownJ Shortly after the guards
this medicine has ' often averted I tion will do it. It has cured tens of thou
lone -an nerhans fatal hlliona favors sands of cases of female Weakness and.ner-
had re- No medicine will act more surely in 7ini5L JlhHl
another brother m the ame manner tired several masked men came ?ou: teracting ana freeing the system healthy sleep and restores the glow and
when Mr. Kj m i5rown lea -miss Hiti upon the scene and removed the indigestion. constiDation. dizzinGaa now before the public for woman's pecuiiai
fie Barrier through the gates tmder whiskey from the hot.se inyhich it ywl rior
a decorated arcn neneatn - tne mar- was Stored. It was only the work - r- r& an experienced and sicuied specialist m
- . t A. I . I . ' l . , I tnese maiaaies. it cannoi uo nana in any
nage -Deii. v ne nine r maias tnen i of .a .moment tor tnem to remove the
closed the s:ates and, took their I whiskey, but then tney found the
Sews From No. 6.
condition of the system. Its sales exceed
the combined sales of all other raedicine
places one on each side of the conple wheels taken iff the wagoni ; j
when Rev. C K King, proceeded Nothing daunted,., they I set to1
"with the marriage ceremony, the work, placed the wheels back on
organ all the while adding a low the wagon put the, whiskey, inside
sweet melody. j and drove away.
xu. - U1'; good tnn, of Lower Stoae members
Bively recaerea when - Miss Annie Harris arose this morning he found - h i : o
Kizer presented the ring with which I the previous "day's work "as coM4
. .1 i -a. e . r i it. .
111 iU0 pruyiueuue oi vruu mere ; The story of its discovery and r its
nriil W riroao'hinfr. af. T.nvoi Rfnna I wonderful success is told in .one part of
' Hnftor Pipfw'a oMt tnousann tao boor.
V Common Sense Medical Adviser, " which
will be sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to pay for mailing- only,
Snnday by Rev. Paul Barringer, of
JDhere was , preachin 7 at Mike's
church last Sunday afternoon, A!
Dispensary Medical Ass&ci&Uoo, No. 663
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
the vows were sealed. - Ipletely fruitless of result Jasrif it I
The newly made husband and j bad never been done.
wife then kneeled and received a I Nothing has since been heard
moat affecting benediction. They (of either the whisKey or men.Salis
then rase and received the congratu-1 bury World.
l&tioua of the cfiiiatipg . minister
while the organ pealed forth its joy
TO;:'" Whn in nl Vire Insmance.
We have .been, informed that :Mr. I call and see us, or tite. ' We iepre-
G 01 Eisner, of . Heilig, went to BGnt onlv ursciai uonie ana or
Woodh ue & Hii.bib.
Rockwell to ". exchange a pair of
8hoe3, and when he .went to get
them out he had a box of his sis
ter's quilt patches instead of the
shoes, . r r X -
hi .train, till the bridal pair: made Take laxative Bromo gninineTab- Mr. A renmnger or;iam?r
lets., All druggists refund the Town, will teach the . winter schod
its retreat. mnnoTr if if foila fn nnra OKr m 1 A -r;i- i i- i . ttt 1 1.
that Mr. Wenninger. will settle some
i .. v..'. .f - - " -----
The Horgah 'd; tFrlelil, Gnaranf r9i i
The guarantee ot the "good trw
is broad enough to cover almost BJy
kind of ailments and to satisfy tbv
most exacting rider, but the
must be drawn somewhere, and Mocr
gan & Wright are tiyu g ' 10 inakefer.
kno wn to riders every where that tire
guarantee does not cover damagrea
resulting from the carrving of ami
leak f preparations lUbide the trztu
By having as much air as possrblo
in the M. & W. q uckrepair tm
before putting the, tool into . t)5es
puncture, and folk wjng the- few
other simple instruc ions in the ca
alogue, a permanenr repair can bp
made.in- two minutes, at the road
side, witnont removing the tire frorz:
the rim, ,
ro CURE A COlDIW 05B DAT
MORK1SON H. OAIiDWEL
A.TTORN'IY AT : j
CONCORD, N. 0 j
Office in Morris buitdmi;, c pposite
r House. ' " ' - j
ft. B. GuRRLLL i
FromTa letter written-by" Kev.
uunderman, oi-uiamonaaie, Mien,,
in tniS town tnree iAra rvflrmittrtdrtrt tnt&A this ex-
X nave -no nesitaiion ln rer 1
St. John's was .made gay .with
clecarations of -white roses, - white
chrysanthemums, rf ems, ivy "and I There
nfhor flfloi-tti'aarifl r ITiH 'TOUrftrtTlfl I Vt.a 'it-'Ai .TmATI ' An Aii I -
uuc iiv;u icauio guuuD. ana ot tnisnumner aooutsou more ww -HfiUftt. rHrt ra on
, i l . . . - - , . IB 111 m. A U Ull LI .AJLA. A, A 1UA . II AAUU U AA
foot of standing room was ; sought than 0ne-tttrdare 1 registered in kmpibW at New nVlon " in the
nunc uiuujr xiu f.-" statesville township. Tha Land-Trlcrionspent last week at hbme.
ftnf n nI,nAA AoVoa in Ko lAtmnoi v - -'i - - v- ? . ; I s 4,
uUaUv.0 UD Jvr' rrD mark has said that there are manv Wheel
Thp Viftnnv nnnnlfl tno-Hthpr with ai - o"- - - - r ;
.:..v"- r.-j-.v f j are. nere is an m8tance?1Di:,
iare uiruie oi reiawveo auu j.cuud I
u iu, i.. hjt I? ir I in one wara
Barrier, the brides
COnPTfttnlAtinnn wprfl i
, -i. mi .is i flp.hooi census ot inis lowai waaiTnarveioui? ti i casa otw; ttub.
on me nopuiar coupie. xnen aun i . . . .i.mj-iT 4- twnoi
ere nshVr d into the dining -ttSUI the6e f?? X
all brilliant. witt
and frHit.. :ATfrtfAtMMrc?b should have been giveti hours with little interruption and it Deen
travel! i ner
. r --" c-,,"--7--- , I . ..j. --a. . -1.1 f . . :m i.
bale for Danvrile Va., to the home to qte tne coming felecon.- jjifejQj jQf agW r'0;
. . siti i a i .anil Ti uru . . k . . . fra --j- - ; - - ! ! i
Mr. Brown is a prosperous shoe
merchant of Salisbury and his lovely Epwortu i-earne
hi A . . m -m t f 1 i. I Mil, n. vann Q" DOTTI1mnHtnlV TTIPPL
-iue ia a DeauutDi ana wen esteem i xuo ic6m. w .j -vi... w.i.t-it.i.m
"tjounglady. ing of the Epworth Ltagne of Oen- ""' f "7.?
Tho iii-wi. ;n i,;aTi tiifi frar Methoaist oiiurcn met witn
Noldoubt about it; ,we are better fixed t
you; -m Olothiixg. ftixan we . naye ,evei-
o;a fro and Ifalsely at tnairWmeranavW 4sr.io De'Hww.'wl? ' '
Stanamg, amia free. anai"10J T.jX.L t j. i I f hnm. A friend recommended Tr. ..wm . -.i . j
sdcialitiea- 01111 presumed they told toe trpth about King's Nev Discouery: it wasuick vl : "IVVPTI '''S-iSllTTiS"
socialities. .. J Thafc,gdtieldf inftwortiuid; satisfactory - iSii-O-lp i.
bride ha8tened:,to neff-ner 1U c" v r : Qn. nftiod f.A at f lv: - -. -
ef white satiW
Hnifc a thA two. .m8deWfne"w- "w '
r. .... .
draye ;an oxtaen Jbaded: with cross
ties ilihe -way jhWrhlsSpiaoe at
8nmimt, aiistance of twenty miles,
Tuts la Your Opportunity.
Oliildreii's Suits, latest
pie is held was pa-dally attested Mrs. L P Cole Tuesday night; when, On receipt of teD:cent8; cash 6r
by the manv bridal nresenta. consist, it is said, the attendance was the stamps. generous wuoe
gofsilyer, china, glass and stone
ware, furniture books etc, and in
point cf value may be ranked as
Befnl, comfortable, ornamental and
8onvenir, showered ' upon them frcni
loving ones of Salisbury, Concord,
arlotte, Statesville, - Winston,
Richmond Baltimore and elsewhere.
venture to voice a wide circle of
friends in wishing unme3ured con
Cubial bliss to the loying pair..
,argest since the orgamzation ot the ZiCnPSm
League. Besides the regular read- Balm) sufficient :tb demonstrate its
ihff. a spienaia ,iea.turo u. me, evcu- great menw. jp.uit size oucts. ,
. v . f UiLiX-UttVl niiKC, r
56. Warren St,"Kew York City.
Rev. John Beid, Jr, of Great
Falls, Mont, 1 recommended Ely's
Cream Balm to mer i-can empha
size hisitaieni'ent. .It is a i posi
tive' cureforjcatarrh if used as di
jag's entertainment waa tne - ren
dition of several : vocal selections by
Miss Calaway, whose sinr-r?- Is eo
"We iraarantee to save you mone-..
TO CUBE A COtO W ONE OAT
To Va larative Bromo Quinine Tab- rected.n Rer. Francis W Poole,
lets. All arnggisuj twuuu fcuoi-ftsporuemrairresDyienanunurca, i
money if it foils to cure. 25c. - Herena,ont., ' ' I
HATS ANDICAPS FpREVERTBODYU