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narke Goimety New FIRST OF JLJLilL, THE NEWS. VOL. I. MORGANTON, N. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. NO. 4. 3 Mr. Vance Brittain came in I account of the cash business. .hi Wlnesdav. ! It is a unique instrument. By ; , i j l I' 1 . .1 : tne way. mis nrm nave an au-i DEATH of Mrs, J, M, KIHCAID Referring again to the persecution of I j Maj. J. W. Wilson by Governor IJus ! sell, and the utter failure of tlie latter Mr T 1 Bristol was here A i ir !r . . . . . I to sustain the serious charges he. has Wednesdav am yesterday )nt on this pa-e offer-! The End Came LastNight mau, wc take lhe liberty of suggest- UUl,H !in-- garden and flower seeds; at 8The Funeral TO- ! ing to the joint committee of the Leg. Mr. Vance Heck, of Upper at one cent a paper. They! jVioiTOW. ; Mature, that in it report upon the Creek, is confined to his home have other things proportion-! with sickness. atelv low. Miss Kiini Kss is visiting lit-r sister-in-law n:. i ;(, in ii ic koi . Mi s MajiLfie Mrs. Alice Smith left . i ner ureaktast .Mondav niorn-"lf,u,n,u,,;u',:""KM,ur ,,,r uri,n e inir in apparently .rood health ! J"? a hh P'l-ry ih courts land about an hour afterwards, j ,,'c.u,et! Ih1 Hn e ,, property) l)V i i -i ... . . . ! without having any proof of his wrong- t Ml 1 : case winch win ot course he favorable Mrs. J. Monroe Kincaid ate! Mj Wilson it cannot well do less than censure the Governor for denriv , . T TT Tf' 11 1 i 1 i IIV.I IM v.dniiirti UWIiUUt IIKM II- Kin van wink'ie, at in i was pronounced verv fOOCl t t i -i , , without having any pr all who attended. Samuel W. PV' vin, uas miickui, HIld ouly motive9 of malicc. n . "Old Riri " ner Nltll paralysis. blie was Clir-jOovwistr Ruisell has richly merited Wednesday to visit friends j forme(i njs ,)art perfectly rR'Cl t0 iler C(1 an(l a Ut 8,,c rensure Mll(' 11 ranno injustice he and relatives at old Fort. Mr Glenn 'is the oldest actor ! 0'clock f the same tla-V the with,Mf,d Charlotte Observer, 2nd. . , - t . 'second stroke came, after A , wi u i i K.v X pMvn,. went to m the country, his aie beinir j , , t Mrs. A. P. hitener, who has been Kev. J . i a m. wuiu 10 . .r, Which she was never conscious L : , .:n, u.. i 4 T-ivliirvilli l-ist week to set- Years. let, ne is still , . i o i i , ."u..... .u.. u,... youn and active i ! j"i t-i'r iiiihiuhuc " ' ; died, surrounded by her deeply business in Shelby, opening up at Lazarus Brothers are noth-! bereaved husband and chil-; Morganton instead. During her stay intr if not progressive. They ! dren. ' our tow" Mrs- Whitener has made are making money in Morgan-! Mrs. Kincaid was 61 years m!in' friends and Innlt up a good trade. , i i i ,i r i a i. e wish tor her in the new field her ton and ricnlv deserve the ; ot ae, and a consistent mem- . . . . . irettinLr. i ber ot the Methodist church i ci.n.., r ci i J tie up his father s estate. Rev. W. II. White, of the Marion Messenger, was a vis itor to Morganton yesterday. ii. u. v. niuuMMiaMii.ntu patronage tliev are mho liic Diem uui.i"f, tunii:i , - ' imp ncYt mnve vi he toen- tor inanv vears. Me was a Kast Union and Lenoir streets, j iare tnejr aireacly spacious daughter of John Warlick of Toe Patton son of Rev. R. store-room by extending it to Irish creek and was married L I 'at ton left Tuesday for I ne rear Nva an( l)u in to Mr. J. M. Kincaid 3( years Mars'llillMadison county, to i hirge )late-glass show win-j ago. It is said that her father 11 ,,. .u,.i (lows at the tront. Kead tlie ana mother ana several others entei school. ; : , 1 who nrnre nflvertisement ot i ot her connection men ot nar-i Mr. and Mrs. H. S. (laither : their rebuilding sale in this alysis. She was the mother; Burke County. j are expected home from their I issue. i of 7 children, 5 of whom are !L Noiic wjierehy ?iveu to all pewons n,,r.i.n, trin t.wlnv Thev i .1 Af:t having claims against the IVdmotU ' v i i . .... . ' t i u .1 i ,i ui' lit ii ?ir - y See Mrs. A. E. Hit ks advertisement of special cash sale of millinery goods. Notice. NORTH CAROLINA, ) will s. . L,; io housekeeping at the (iaither homestead on West Union street. Dkatii of Mhs. J Colorado. Hank and a!! persons owing said Hank 1' I-.--! . .. t y . 1 T 1 T " ' ... .-.jennie, iara ana rrie 111- wlMt. t.,aim!, ,.MV1S hwll prtS!itMl up),u icaid, and two sons, Messrs. annHHI. itore m on th 7th of We learn with sincere regret of the j J()hn Kincaid, of Scotia, S. C, March, 181MJ, and present their claims Mr.tors C nnmolore Ker ' "'f f ! ' f' ,K' "l I and Will Kincaid, of Dillsboro, I to be passed upon. SMiat. is ,mn iete Lr-,a, L,eta, ( o on,.!,, wh.ch occurred, Q rp, . j u This the 1st of February, 189. lev ami . J. Souther or this, .,bo;n iwo weeks ago Deceased waslA' yy) ULl1 u.Lr( p w pvrm ti,".. ii.t ,i;.i,-; -t ....... Ai..v..t..ir iM.r..r. I,..,. ..rr;... ..mi i teleirraphed for ana arrived ' : : 1 1 iv i i , 1 1 1 1 i l, v i v. ii ii- n i -i i eominiH)ioner. sealed 1)V the Legislature this Uer pm moved west from North leariv in me weeiv. i u.M.k rind Mer. Lr.mbert i,r,,,,la- r. ivincai.l is a sou i i .i ix . ! the lat; .lames I). Kincaid. of thi aim i.ive, toe iemoc i ai il contestants, iriven their seats. 1 1 Mr. J. M. Kincaid is a gro-i pish and Oysters. eery merchant of Morganton Bishop and Mrs. Satterlee returned to Washington on Wednesday from a visit to their son the Rev. Churchill Satterlee. Mrs. Satterlee had been here since last week. The Bishop came on Monday. The town took charge of tlie electric light plant on Tues day, Feb. 1st. having leased the same till June 1st, in the meantime holding an option on the plant, which will be bought it the bonds are voted in Maw Mr. Charles McXeely has resigned the position of chief engineer at the Deaf and Dumb School and on Wednesday en tered upon tlie duties of super intendent of the Morganton: electric light plant. Sir. J. W. Ballew has been appointed to succeed Mr. McXcelv at tlie D. I). J. L. Anderson S: Co. have just gotten in a new cash reg ister tor use in their store. It not onlv registers the amount of a sale, but also the name of the person making the sale, keeping an accurate county, mid went weM and settled in , an(f ijves ,,n , ree:. I reei. olora. twenty odd years a-o, h.iU j rp heartfelt sympathy of all nd Oyst-rs evt-ry Tuesday and I in i" ivntti u rr nut hi hull nnn ITf1. nest men ot the section in which . . . .r. 1 . . . ii-w. is ciiiiareii in men soieaunc- he lives, owning hundreds of acres -of valuable gra and coal lands .Joe Kavlor's old friends in hnrke will be deeply touched with sympathy on learning of his misfortune the loss of the wile of his bosom. Mrs. Kincaid left behind a new-born babe, besides several other children, some of them grown. h t i on . T h e i n te r m e n w i 1 1 take place at the town cemetery to morrow at 11 o'clock. I can supply you with hoice Fih Fri- Delivered fiesh at your door, verv low Fried fish and lunch es kipt at .?. M. Kirn-aid's store. I will appreciate your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. l-27-3m. Thomas Lowdkrmilk. There is a gold mining company operating in Hurke county, with its head otlice in Sraeuse. N. Y., that is capitalized at $1,250,000. This was i brought out m the course ot a trial before Justice W. K. Powe in Morgan- ton last week and will no doubt news to most of our readers. mmtmnmfmmmmmtmjmmnHmmmtmtmtnmm SE THE GREATEST 2 I Garden Seed Sale 1 be All Northwestern weather .-lauons report below zero weather lor the past! three davs. Avith trm 1 t '2 teet of j simiw. At some Mintsthe thermometer lias registered u low as 45 degrees below zero. See notice in this paper of laud sale by li. M. Tut tie auJ W . I'. Coipening ; ; aho Clerk l. V. Patton's notice to debtors and creditors of the Piedmont ' Hank. Mrs. Hyard Wal! is seriously ill at her hme, about 4 miles north ot town. Capt. L. A. Hristol has one more iu family, a girl, which arrived yesterday. lS'J ha o.'i Simdavs. Ever Offered in North Carolina. 2 10,000 papers of all kinds of Garden or 3 Flower Seeds will be sold for the 3 EE next 30 days for only 3 ONE CENT PER PAPER. Don't fail to take advantage of the od- 3 portunity that we are offering every body to buy goods of every description at less than you ever dreamed of get- ting them. r Our prices will just simply knock out in the first round every time. Yours, J. L. Anderson & Co.