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C FRIDAY, OYEaIBLHO 1896.
W hot "p: " ' i '0
RYAN TO McKINLEY.
Mr. I) 0 Oeeby, I..:. .v-;-j
Mr. JamcB 0 Briu..vy -to
Miss Josephine V7cdd?tj;r!o,i.
!i(l'Mllll' Iti 'iftlH-f'f. HI-. . I
xit-:er me ceremony an oi-Mit "iir
v, .T' b., Nov. o. Iramed
rceivis? Senator Jones'
t3iriH a it r f nl Op-
i: cf Ml Si!miiss!ou anil
Senator Jci e;- hn? jr'-t 5nfrr!:cd
:,y that the ?elrrns indiccto yor
and I hasten to extf-3 y
we hav3 Fh-
thvir Tvill is law.
: "WlLLfAM J.13KYA.N."
.j-; i fflatM
- Ale ds.nQ?r isrovrcr end
per was served tc a lo- rrahc
friendg and relatiy..
On Thursday October Mr.
Jomcs T? "Wo eh mria tv.-.-r: v f.-M in i --'2 C';.;Ut5' tiCCJrr(:Ci ri!.xiIl.t li
Necma Rnme. at th- hr:Je'3 hr-,d today on Mr. Dock F.-,,,
in tA rrP,Po rt v. ,r:h,- cT tbreS mile3 fr0m h6re- 'liir(
friends. This tlsc foil
Si r. :a Hrotlicrs Qnarrel anl lur c;
!i llio neaa or the Other With an
Aw, sr-o Victim's Head Falling Ot?
Tay. ills l?0ly the Other.
Holly, Nov. 5. ThD
mot brutal murder ever c . r ' :!
in " ...n c;UuH' accarrcd
Wirit attract the r.-
ncoite sex. Scro-
times this seem?
Py It seen? a-s if
xt f ' ,' .i it would be ji:rtcr if
KCf fi r'i attraction instead of
: .f- 1 o r,-. fp --( .vrp
' 7 --Uiv. liuC iiiiU ll iiL.
vf t ' J ,u you can't chancre
yUrf-'f' ':l human nature,
f ' i' -,-.y I When vcti come tc
Rev. Shaw tfficiated at cth vrcd-dines.
Vrrd Solo Calloway.
t;o0 Sole Mrs. Harris.
Soncr Rilph Odell.
"c I::;? Mr?. Brower and
Recitation Miss Mercer.
Song Mi?3 Janie Pat4 rson.
Pan to mine.
iano Solo Mrs. G A Greer.
This entertc inment is undenomi
national and purely charitable and
vhile it will richy repay its patrons
the proceeds will add comfort to
tha needy. Don't forget that the
hour is S o'clock and the place
ft? re For Jleatfacli.
As a rftmedy for all forms of
Headach Electric Bitters has proved
to be the very best. It effects a
permanent cure and the most dread
ed habitual sick headaches yield to
ts influence. Yo nrgo all who aro
afilicted to procure a bottle, and
trive this remedy a fair trial. In
ea?es of habitbal constipation Elec
trie Bitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowles, and few
ice long resist the use of this
ri' dicine. Try it once, Fifty cents
in 1 $1,00 at Fttzer's Drug Store.
? m I ft Sl:OU.
A large audic-nce greeted Hillyer's
Wonder3 and Gift Show Isst nigbt
P3a?e Ilirn to it I.y - - ? -; -
He had deposited his ticket il v;-.:
box on the down-tor; L-tutioa oi the
Sixth avenue 4L" rord at Fift-cth!
street, and wr.s cousti:: his change
in ecarch for plugged dimes ml
negroes were cutting cord wood for
Mr. Hoover. Two of them, J.rrce?
Alexander and Ed. Pegrani com
menced quarreling about who
should go for a jug of water. They
wore standing facing esch other
with their azes on their fihoulders,
Then all at onca Alexander gave
i... ..i i
understand it there
is a sort of jr.-i:ce
about it too ; bee;;;:.1:
all be hanasonie,
rlrm'-t every one of
us can add at le.ol
I l 1 A
50 per cett
J P riuri .u
Peun Mutual Ln'e i;i-t i;a
pany. They w:it .,.
on earth. The jior '
least cost. Spr he - '-r
takicg insurance fds.i fr?
. , , r. .
a little attention lo
the la'.vs of besiut;-.
Vhc:n the eves a:?
Ti:ll, the lip p!4;!:4
the skin sallo vr,
blotch or p:r
the i.:'r thin and
wasted or oveiTtout
and; uncr-: . f;.h 'he
J5 trouble is something
gram's bead oil hi 3 body, Tht. he
. .. ,j
t '-)Q rofi '-' tllG i our;.-
nickel?. A quarter fell from his
hands and rolled along the platform
until it lodged under the r...i 'l
steps which form the t -, of the
platform. There it lay in plain
view, but p.s unobtainable as the
golden apples of Hesperides. The
loser was the picture of rage,
"I don't care about the blame
coin," he wailed. "I've got 'em to
barn, but it just makes me mad to
see that quarter there, and I can't
"Gimme a dime, mister," said a
messenger bey, "and 5 cents for ex
penses, and I'll get yer man."
The man regarded the boy for a
moment and said, "Go ahead."
He returned in a few minutes
with his form working convulsively.
Ia his hand he had a piece of
scantling. The crowd watched him
curiously. From his mouth the
boy took a wellmasticated wad of
chewing gum. He stuck this on
the end of the scantling, and, thrust
ing the stick through the narrow
space, pressed the soft and sticky
gum firmly on the lost coin. Then
he deftly drew it out and pre
and an enjovfiblo evening was spent
by all present The lightning like the money to its owner.
calculations cf Miss Belmonte were
a l-.undiEg while equally marvelous
were the spiritu:;Ltij inrAi of Mrs.
Seme nice present were presented
iH holders el lucky tickets among
which was a live squealing pig. The
prize of the evening a niw d!xoo
': 'i china t"?:. . t.
The committee testify that every
thing is conducted fairly, so go to
n:jrht ?,nd witness some of the moat
mcryeloua leats cf this kind eyer
jf ; re perf orr: r ;v Taboro. Daily
"Keep tfte whole outiit,'7 said the
man. "Boy, you're a peach. We
live and learn, 17 and he boarded a
train, hia face wreathed in smiles.
The face of the boy was similarly
decorated. New York Mail and
Take ia.TK.tive Bromo Quinine Tab
All druggists refund the
jr.--v? ' it fcih c c.ire. 2rc.
Concord Hose and Peel Company
Monday nigh1, Capt. Henry Pitz
i:ne the foiloTirg anpointments :
Nczzlemen George Murr, Y C
Caldwell ; wn nchmen, J L Brown,
W VvT Deaton ; linemen, J C Foil,
Vic Sloop, J E Cook, R H White,
J n Smith and Eii Goldston.
I.:it Ills IailtH.
Capt. Lovell, of the Southern
Railway, had a passenger in the
sleeping apartments of his train,
-.vhen pisji'irg here this morning,
who was not only mad but in a very
sr.d plight. The passenger boarded
the train to Atlanta and "took a
sleeper." When he awakened in
Charlotte Ecme one had utook his
pants" together with $30 ; money.
The passenger was furious when
ho pa j
He was otill minus
his pants. Capt. Lovell telegraphed
tr .Qalifihnrv- for rfiliftf. whero thfi
At the regular meeting of the woc ,lnft
" -i .5;ir riav' '
Uev. W M i:!)-, cf Bethpage, was
in the city, and gave us the follow
ing marriage notices :
On October 14, at the home of
For Over fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
Twenty-fiye cents a bottle. Be sure
and ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth
iLg Syrup," and take no other kind
! fell or. a wa
t tt . , . : a . l - . 1 :.
uiatT. no Miu i;i.uy u.u ucx
and the head two licks after they
foil to the ground.
A.?Ti-der wa!kt.d up to Mr.
ITo-y; hoi:?e and told him what
b - 1 ; . ; ne and had him to go
and see Pegram and explained how
he did it, and asked Mr. Hoover to
bring him to town, which was done.
as he came in town, on a mule,
carrying his bloody axe on his
shoulder. He claims that Pegram
would have bit him if he had net
killed him fiiat. He talks about it
as if he had done nothing more than
killed a rabbit. Pegram and Alex
ander were half brothers.
The officers have started with
Alexander to jail at Dallas. The
negroes are much excited and there
is talk of lynching..
CASTOR f A
For Infants and Children.
Food for Cannibals.
Baron Von Norbeck, who was an
Australian scientist of renown made
many narrow escapes in his explor
ing ventures, but has made him
self food for cannibals at last. The
Solomon Islands are situated about
500 miles east of New Guinea and
it.3 inhabitants resist civilization
most pertinaciously. The Baron
ventured too far on one of these ia-1
lands with an escort too small and Jl'AW
the terrible fate w the coneo- J iPm
quences. The natives use the toma
hawk and the fatal blow was from
one of these.
more than mere or.t-
winces ; the inver conditv;; :r k
.ocd. is poor; it lacl.s the pur
The Jlorjrir V - ; -
The guarantee cf r tie 'c
is broad enough to covr '
kind of aii meets and to 3.
most exacting out
must be d ra w u eot a v v- ' - re,
gan & Wnghi aic uy;i:,; ;
known to rider., rvryv, ft
guarantee dofc? p.ot cove;
rr'"i tir1 f r frrji
leak preparacions r-'i
By having rr: " ;-
in the M, & W. q-iielr-
oerore putting tool
puncture, and fo' '.v;?-o the f -.
og u e, a p er tn a u .. j
ma''') ia t iv. 1 1:
side, without re
j fx t i
w.-iu piiyMca; activity is l&rgeiy a que? tic:
of pure, rich, red -blc-od.
"V o.ii can't have sarklins eyes, red ripe
lips, a clear rosy complexion and a graceful
symmetrica.! figure while the blood remains
.mpure ar.d iiv.poverihed. What is needed
h Dr. PIctcc' Guide;; Medical Discovery to
cleanse foul humors out of the blood, and
help the assimilative organism to enrich the
circulation with an abundance of healthy
rs-rd tvrpiipcles, creating fresb color and firm,
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Sheriff Monroe came down from
Salisbury, bringing Ed. Bradshaw,
a negro boy who, on the 5th day of
October, broke into several houses
at and near the depot getting plun
der and biead to the amount of
several dollars, besides a 87.10 in
money. A preliminary hearing
was had bafore Esquire Pitt? t.nd in
default of bond, the boy was taken
Tliis is Your Opportunity.
On receipt cf ten cents, cash or
F.i amp?, a generous sample w;)l be
mailed of the most popular Catarrh
and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream
Balm) sufficient to demonstrate it
great merit. Full size o0.)t:.
56 Warren St., New York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great
Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's
Cream Balm to me. I can empha
size his statement. "It is a posi
tive cure for catarrh if used as di
rected." Rev. Francis W Poole,
Pastor Central Presbyterian Church,
S&K&w tfkbr Db. Miles' Nerve Plaster.
No doubt about it; welare better fir-,
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