XIII. No. 179
CONCOlllJ, N. C, TOES DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1896.
HinJSi't' From nt. IMeasnnf.
yrs. Fnllenwider, of Monroe,
pother of Edward and John, and
Roxie Fullen wider
1 WcdnoniT .CU.
v.. IViiiunt on her way to Salisbury.
Will Lecture Tomorrow ri
WTTni.v Nr. 1
v;. .icirne, of Albemarle, was
t.:e S:.turd:i) to attend the luneral
;-. T.irktr. of Greensboro, a life
. i-r,:;,e a'2Jt, is spending a few
V? in '-ir own in the interest of
1 II Ri;:enhour, ot St. John's,
r in Mt. Pieapant Sunday even
ing. We are always glad to see
Mr. J I) Fisher, one of Cannons
v Fc!::prV' clerk?, visited his home
in Mt. Pleasant Sunday evening.
A blind man vra seen on the
?treetfc! today b?ging. This is not
of'- n "een in Mt. Pleasant.
Ilev. M D Giles preached his fare
v... .-ermou Sunday night. We
T?qtt r? -1. 1 i n
iJauuuiorii;v,v cornier, pastor
in cbarge of the W&ldenRian nnirn.
of OUr in Rnrb nnnrtr ;
uuuj, jo a visitor m our
city. He will lecture at the First
Presbyterian church tomorrow
evening at 7 o'clock. The lecture h
entirely free and the public gener
ally is inyitcd to attend. Mr. Sou
lier waa born in Italy in the valleys
of the Piedmont and va educated
at the University of Edinboro' ic
Scotland. He epeuta several for
eign languages fluently, but will
speak Wednesday evening in En-,
glish, which he uses with striking
grace and force. He wiii Kff-;rd the
people of our town an opportunity
to hear a representative of an hon
ored church which has existed ever
since the times of the apostles and
which, despite frequent persecutions,
has maintained its existence and is
today what it has always been, "a
light ehining in darkness" Let
everybody come out to honr him.
ooJtiuyr For a Mister.
IrCiareDce Gilmore, of
have heard it spoken of very high
ly. He will leave for conference on
AV:dnt:-dny. The good people of
Mt. Pieaant, hope that he will be
wnlttnl to remain another year
The rnllege roll is graduaHy in
creasing. Three more names were
enrolled Monday morning. Come
r:,'ht along boys, we have room still
t'- commodate a few more.
:) Luke- Johnson, who spent
; :t. .-. di.ys al home recently, return
ed to the college Monday evening.
I:ke ?ays he would have stayed
inrger at home, but he was con
t:ri;:d!y cbidfd by the unpleasant
though: that his girl wa3 flirting
with some other boy during his ab
icce and concluded he had better
return to his post of duty.
There are only two seniors at the
oolite and ten at the seminary,
r,il yet those two, bright, small
niors claim, and we have it from
good authority, that they are going
ro monopolize all the spare time of
'heir lady companions in erudition,
h::;n2 the holidays. We have not
heard what the Sophomores say
i-'O'it it, but we will wager some
thing nice that there will be eome
opposition. We shall cot
"'ess as to the result.
Thanksgiving day comes but
" a year and it seems reasonable
--"t everybody should have his
hut the seminary girls say
'ssnlless of the fact that they
:tudied very diligently all the
v'hiiey they fear their share will be
v -y limited. Antony.
Plnnnt, Xo v. 17.
to cure a corn e:,-: iuv
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Ail drugIdin refund the
money if ii fails to cure. 25c.
Hampshire, ia in the city today
looking for his sister, Mrs. Ada
Jamee, who waa deserted by her
husband at Concord about a year
go. Trie woman's husband ia a
native of New Jeraev i:d o rr.e
South to vork in a cotton Lull:. A:
Concord, however, he stole s ;
money and was compelled to skip,! iVA
leaving hia wife and child without!!
any mean3 of gunpost. Mr. GiL
more thinks that his sister is in this
section of the State and would ap
pncbite any information relative to
her whereabouts. Salisbury World.
Mrs. James and child left tnis
city about eleven months ago, going
frofii here to Silhsbury. '
at -win -i -
1 I Ai u
No doubt -about it; Jwe -are-better fixed t
olease -you in Clothing than we have eei
For Infants and Children.
All I ree.
..Those who have used Dr, King's
!i:covery know ite value and
'-v'c ho have not, have now the
u!. uit unity to try it free. Call on
r ' - 1 dri :st and get a trial
:t;e free. Send your name and
to H E I3ucklen & Co-,
, . ;i s and ffet a sample box of
"-.Kiii's New Life Pills frt,e, as
;' - v, - a copy of Guide toHealth and
!1- h. Id Instructor free. 411 of
- ;runranteed to do you
9' or 9.
I :ost to a
the Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Southein
conference of the North Carolina
Lutheran Synod met at Mt, Her
mon church on Saturday, November
The meeting was well attended
and was presided orer in a busines
like way, by the proficient President,
Miss Ida Ritchie, of St. John's so.
ciefcy. After an address of welcome
by Miss Lula Litaker, which was
responded to by the V.ce-President,
Mr3. S D Sttffey, the usual routine
work was attended to and the dele
gates made their reports, which
showed a great improvement in the
work of the different societies.
The following recited suitable
selections in such a pleasing way as
to receiye deeerved pr3t?e from all
1. "He Oalleth. Thee." Miss
2 "Hold the Kope" Miss Lyda
3. An original paper by Mies
Calhe Lipe "brnall Deeds for a
Great Cause." M iss Lipe s paper
was a well written and well read
production, which received un
stinted praise from nil. It would
be impossible in the space allotted
for me to attempt even a synopsis
of this paper, and not necessary as
the society secured a copy and or
dered the same published. -
After short talks by the ministers
present the convention adjourned
and all went away feeling that good
had been accomplished in the name
of the Master. Sidkt y D. Sxeffe y.
Chief Orr had a formidable rival
Monday in the person of Cape. J3o
ger, Concord's chief of police. The
latter offic'al wore a uniform that
tae Six Tailors couldn't beat; the
polish of hia buttons indicated that
he use3 something better than Sa
polio, while the eheen of his badge
.va3 dangerous to weak eyes. Con
cord has a chief to be proud of, and
we are always glad to hve him over
on these special occasions, as esprit
de corn. Charlotte Observer.
J F Hurley has the old reliable
fenn Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany. Tney -vine ice best policy
on earth. The most desirable at the
least cost. See the contract before
taking insurance abo fire and acc
i"u3oaLi. .la is bed cotl
or sale, on Church street.
r-ttrd, N. C. Will be sold in a
,kiv; ''-ays. Don't fail to see G T
' -ckb for information. Resi-
nt street, Canrionyille.
-ooa gentle bugy horse. Will
Send your address to II E Buc:
leu & Cj., Chicago, and gat a free
sample box of Dr. Kinc's New Life
Fids. A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills are fsy
in action and are particularly effec
tive iu the cure of Constipation
and sick headache. For malariar.ud
feve troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guar
anteed to be perfectly vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action
but by giving tone to the stomach
andboweis greatly invigorate the
system. Regular size 25c per box
Sold at Fetzer's Drus Store,
Broke Out a Window Uglit.
Some one cnunked a rock into
one of the large front windows in
the Morris hardware store some tiu,e
during Monday night. A stand
with a number of guns wa3 sitting
ju3t inside the window, and it wa-.
yt first thought that Johnnie had
come to get a gun, but after an in
vestigation it was found thp.t noths
iDg was missing. It was either the
work of carelessness or maliciousness
and will cost Mr. Morris at let 5
to replace the glass.
ASK the recovered
Jiii(SMI3Sfertrs victinis uf ftver
SSfSt'. and ajrue, the mercurial
V diseased patient, how
they recovered health,
cheerful spirits and good
appetite; they will tell
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The SYMPTOMS of T iyer Complaint are a bitter
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