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CCriJCRD. N. C., THURSDAY, pECEMbEK 2", 1893.
AN AW l LL COluiTlOX.
Two Pot:tcite!i UsrostiirnK. tho Mat
ter Tliorongfii'y njjd rtc'iort fbe
Conrtifloa of AHTafrs fo (hnlrmiia
AliiRon .nr. Ktti:nH c;tvr.i a Ct-.nce
ta no E?tter-I( ll ioe t. His
Cf.ildron will Be Taken Trom Hiro.
It has been known for quite , a
long while that the way in which
Mr. David Hanna, who lives near
the depot, was keeping hie chil
dren was a yiolation of the law,
but nothipp has been Hid, avert
ing the proper authorities to
fak3 the natter in hurd. This
has been done now, and some
thing else will have to be done on
the part of Mr. Banna.
On "Wednesday, Messrs. W A
Sides and Jas. F Harris, the po
licemen now on duty in that part
of Concord, went to Mr. Hanna'a
house and made an investigation.
These gentlemen say that cne,
without seeing tho awful condition
in which this man and his two
small children live, caunot imag
ine how bad it is. There i3 scarce
ly anything in the house in the
"way of furniture, cooking utensils
or 'even covering for the bed.
joitc'i t!'j ccr Jltlc. to v .
vdl: a, :hr".r. j.k o". .1 : c. j
otr;v.?'ckv-r.., r.n-i TIi. I? r i-
h o rt t- Hr. . n ?-' . ) i
ir.sisg t 3 ' "C.re- to
esuU n-t 1-3 t:.h:-r ..S
he )Z 'Ca. i t cr r
children would 1 uv? to be tal ?n
from lii:n. .
, ..r gainst
Finri ;-.a3 c u-
man, b- t X:
fessed t-; i c .: ".:nt wiy
whicj Lc ca:-:: It . :. cciiu
and Las raid u n . he ,r.;' in
futu-3 p. ov if- b nier i r tl
This is to be seex- i .;- il: oiSc e OoLcord r.re the iuost patien' und, .9 con -befo;i
taling the ch; 'ren ft ;m unccapJaking pcop'.a we ev.. saw cor.twrr
I Hieir U h or.
I As for tbeso el'i'dre
I . Jeiscivicj? cf ; iir. It u -ict ti
taulr, ar-i t.'.y ort-.i e't - to
entente a T,-;th tLeir Kl. lie :h
. -;i Jte brl'Lt-Iovk;:: children cne
- two shl. "As tcr their
: ' tbr, Tn- SxAxrABP i3 fiank to
m&r Jiiid that he is kept strained
financially in the paying cf fines
for violation of the law, besides
i , -uouici one luat be -will liave to
ttid comlBg textti -ol
acy. BcK'On Eonfclc Dr.ty.
The Baptict mi-iistar, Kev. B
LacyHofe, vas on doub1 dr.ty
Thcrsday niht, hayiagrerformcd
bwr jffreTit r'Tr'-" s,
each one r.t tr. Hide's :..'.:. is.
The one couple was Mr. J no. C
.'Robinson and Miss Martha Mor
'gan4 the other MifEugene Crouch
and Miss Maggie Lyerly. All cf
the parties are of Forest Hill.
- . "e
, A 84,200 SWORD.
Rear Admiral Sen ley Honored in
L--i ."Eesr Admiral Schley received a
1 1 sword on Thursday nicht in Phil
f adelphia presented in behalf of
f T admiring friends in Pennsylvania,
New Jersey and Delaware, lea
aword cost $4,200. The blade is
of vsrr f no pteol rvcnvU lelf
3. W "
-'.1 " - . ; -Tf.v
ha r: .onat -ntff.
tliac i-t aJc -J-'-
It iii.i be-!' H- " '( r
t m..i..l -li-' t tt..-ig"
c -It , - A.- -'c: c To.i
lb na- Vi -. ' aai ' . ' l f
ortna- prefrnaiioy, n e'P" "
brine olilldren WW no
2ireir eU;B"h.nsYhe whole W
Sm. This ereat remedy l5.?fel
io all afflicted woman- wny wiii
woman auffer another xninnU
Wine of Cardut only oobU fl.n
itn certain reuei 7""-. '"r.-Ti
perbottle at yourus
BdirZtt; aMrZs. giving i.nnptom,.
The cAaiwt' -
p.. J W. SSSITH. C)Bdsn. S.tS., eT
w'l- sTd cf Carda at bom
n inn -
la Giiip;- am; ;
A Hetter auitHi CotitiKlr-zi Kccto.1
In Concord Eve r ff it TnUca m
Extra Tax L,i (he Uncts. Lot e.
pecinlly Be cieaued.
Written for the Standard.
There are, according to tbi re?
port of the Register of Ileal' h, one
hundred thousand cases of grip in
New York city. It ia etill epre.d-
inc. It is cecVreJ. to be ontsyicrs
and infectious by the BoarJ cf
Health of that city. T'2e ep'deie
ia attributed to the dity ondmoi
cf the Streets 3rd derayinsr caibat;.
We have coap9r?!ve,v fen cafe a
of this dietrsinsr disease in i)on
cord. But this immunity 4canuct
be attributed to a good sanitary
condition in the city.
Concord ia, as -every resident'
knows, and as every stranger t?ho
comes hsre, emphatically a dirty
city very dirty. In tbe back yards
of residents and stores it is filthy.
That half the inhabitants aro net
down with the grip must be referred
to a very special providence.
When the sun comes oat and
sends op poisonous afflavia from
streets and filthy back yards, ttare
will be a contest, between natural
;iw ra l the
1' i r .
Gcsccrt ri x i ti
ucnsual protect ct-.
e do net x;;th:;
La!n he tintte- ap-- e
who have th a-tho- 'y u: cie' :h
bVitio ar.d b t out '.e fiit:" a tl
l-.ck yards of :h ir
can tu-ui th- "I
.tf at'' ib
tow are not crr.ea c .t. Ti.
c?t'wl ij critical. T-t piodil hi
: t: ;
'ticai'y ?n the !a cf dirt wl tlsr &..
If they were, thv o-.'d f-e to it
that some competent men tha!l b?
be engaged by the town authorities
who thall oarry cut the few and
meagre ordinances looking to the
health of the people. Tue present
neglect is astcvmchingly culpable.
OtMUkUntM ta not only next to God
indisaolubly linked together. U
dirt pre vat's, i,r. I lissas: a: '-on-1
seqnence prevrda in oar families, we.
the p-ople, are to blama, r.3 wll re i
tin civil aathcritita, for r.ot d.
uandiAg that the town iuchontue
ehr.11 i rct.-ct v., ' tbt lo : .Jf
encngb money in the town trtusurj
to clean the city, let them create tt
new epecial ts, aad call it the
"Sanitary Tax." Better pay cne or
two dollars per year per cp"ta to
prevent di3easa thn doo-ore' billd
of froai twenty-S-e to fifty -ir to
pay the penalty iu the dealrh of o-;e
or mo'e of our fuoiiiiea.
A BIG EOW.
A rntUDgNcrapeOn Monday Anolb
r Flsnt On Ttonraday Klirh A Ke-
Cro n-'lr Son? Vp
?r I'5, A, '
r 'To '
- Da .
:i consiierubie rsuc u' Ui.
the npgro rows u:x
dr5.h of the v g: .
On 1 hursday'.t.iguf
re-Vicdhvl wiier. ' Ne.
i cj'j who is t-Cc ;.aed
. 1 -
uror by Ecra of ti e ' e- ;cc tn.'3. ,
3 township. Fron en ej': wi jc.e t;-r
tfve cme3 that the r..'grc-'i ,:cro '?
d" him bo much thtyen con'.?r.'t
evn see n:n, r4e&i uowr.a wt . u.iu-
Jy coas vp. a noie bavin . tec
kn'ckcd to'hic ixtV 1, f-"or- "
some fuarcu thi. he v .a'.c. c'.:..
Th report cou:c th:.- &ftcncou
that Cjan iB deid, though the
truthfulness of the report ia n?'
To those living
in malarial districts Tutt's Pill?
ore indispensible, they keep the
system in perfect order and are
an absolute cure
;br sick headache, indigestion
malaria, torpid liver, constipa
tion rnd all bilious diseases.
Tutt's Liver 'Pills
i irrHTV ."
We take the folic itg frooi a
c.crii,ocdtiice in iha CliLiiotte
uevTg fioin our aoldka boys:
There will bo tri weekly rraih to
and frrm th UnitM Soften All
nil shot' id b-! addreajed, until
i dribs'' notice, na follows: Fi:-(t
j Nor'.h :olia:i Volor,teers. eventa
Army oorpa, r.tar 'iuvu, Cuba,
j via Tamoa FU La ure 10 u.jdrtfB
; vir. Tarawa, Fla. The regular postage
rates, iu in the Uuiteii otalcs, prevai:.
There ia some tiuoger o the maii
being uiOiealeti by opaaiards it ecnt
direct to liavuuii; by the way of
Tur.j it 13 bavdlid cr'y by Aser
ioans. It sronld I r, good idea for
friends w?V iu.r to heaf from the
soldier boys fo enclose postP?c a?
tb:3 la a ery ccarce article at present
Q lite a number cf chanrps hae
been made in the order of the ccms
paaies. Company A ha'j been chan&.
ed from the senior company of the
regiment to eighth place, or eenicr
company of the Third battalicn
under Major Butler; Company L
(Concord) succeed? Company A 88
1 l,e v-:-
the rtnkir-f; cocipanj,
'.f vfl! r u.: 'ti G ':ir'is
. " ored
' n '
pit. i, a-d
3 c::.t ic ; e!
Ti rfore 0
be t .i' J r
SfiMes and llsrri:-vc-r
rants from th;;
lin rrfiT.'a liio
name as Chas. Fitzpatrick, oi'Dal
tiuioro, 'wlio was goin to Qreon-
villo, 8. C. luo other gave Lis
I n.n- a a .Ice r.l n
!V..,4r,:, - --'
vagrancy, to which the;
td. Thy v.'ero
t.....iv CiAV-6 tA.:;
cn tl-" cl.-.n
fSeo. SIcnH Scrlonsly Ilnrt.
AVe loara that Mr. Goo. tiiougb,
of the Organ cbr.tch neighborhood,
was seriously hurt oc days ao.
lie was trying to extricate the
water wLkc! nt his mill. The
wheel was frozen, j.ud bo fell from
tho top of it, a diotiu.cc of oae
twelve or fitieen fett, sustaining
some vory painful injufios. It
was Lt first thought that his spinal
column and seyeral ribs wore badly
A Barrel of Oil Stolen.
About tvo wct'-ka -mo
.C ;i'3'.:C10 3
j . o.
r. CtE'e'-t "'ai ie.rErm'.a by &
d rjr tht- n 1;3 vs-rel coali
'I down -., Buff a S r.rte':, ne&r
r-.'lrcjt t -l-EEe. H" o'i 1
ami. f ' t.F n-i fc s' id.
h-.-.U i.Ob -t.:.'i-- !0 t::.'J -j'-'-C l-
pi-.'PratiAj cf thr .t.:. iiri-. : oe
t- w-'.iid a... is i ' app d i
t. o thlevcj ha, reileu ae
t'aou.srh : .hing s a y3t be i fon jd
. . at aa 'o tdis p4 o :;.3 c. ia:. : '
i c.her-. . ca th-.' i .i. t vaa t.- thro
! i hu.rt! :a ra i c;k1: d i:cthini-
Uewfj on lc l'Li.if-plno'H.
Whan Senator Teller was ad
vocating self government for the
Philippines, with a United States
protectorate, last Tuosday, ho
quoted the following testimonial
to the Filipino character from a
letter written by Admiral Dewey :
"These people can bo governed
without t' e slightest difficulty
They yield to reason with little
force, and I have not the slight
est difficulty in gettiug on with
THEN A VICTOR NOW A CAP-
"IViiow Citiz-jni: lu is with ic
fiuiie pleaaaro that I address my
self in words of peace to a Macon
audience. (Cheers.) Thirty odd
years ago I camo into this town
with 15,000 cavalry thundering at
my YtcSi?. (Laughter and sho-its.)
1 was List with the roaring of can
cer, csd tha rin of musketry.
(Cbecrs.) I was greeted by the
l?u:uin; cf wara Liov.aee and U13
deslruclion cf property, which I
now profoundly icrct. (CLccrf..)
The welcome that was extended
to rne then was of the silent qali
ity. (Laughter ) An illustrious
citizen, then your chief magistrate,
ihe Hon. Joseph E Brown, after
a fear hours interview, speaking
of me, then said to another gath
ering cf illustrious citizens, at the
bead of which was Howell Cobb :
'lie is a clever young man, but,
gentleman, he takes the military
view of the situation.' (Laughter.)
I'hat was a fact then, but now I
come among you and I receive a
d'-eren1; weVomo. I wa1? then a
I'- tor, . . 1 a-, u. cr.tivr.
! ; J: x oi , , I :c'a i- .y I utu a v. lil-
id tTi j brave and ex-
cciiCat ' le:r.en of yoar town
h ive. - y ' a - 'r opn ahd generous
ur itrFir, imrifoned me deep
d?wa in their henrts, end I would
bo recrcaiit to every f?alin of my
:-:u if I r aired release from such
-.i .tCanr- .--itr,.-.
ai-CE''V - i?Lv tho irf'.T.L
.i tho Cibarruf Mil's,
Tuo chili wo-u.u -oon Lave
-.-en tl.;v j rncnih eld.
Ai .and Mrs. T C Thoii- on
had ) part with their child, f.'ic,
We -aduy L:fjat. The chitd v.x.3
Or J Mi 3 oid.
, T'"E- LITTLE " TlXEKCISF.
i..t- . in i iiuivo utiilnift t c 11 Itonil-
erfi! nn I!""Mxi;jr.
The ''hritmns rxc reiser, at C".
ton's ITall Thursday B?.5;ht w8 a
very pleasant affair. It goes with
out saying that no little pleasure
was excited at the jevenile efforts
that parents note with exquisite
Wok-lUl - i - . .
"out towanl tue oeur Jiiii IOiau
I would regard them with some in-1
jdifterouce. The songs, and es
pecially tho duet, were very
creditable. The Christmas Can
tata carried a beautiful moral of
,;rc-.iticr.r.ess and magnanimity.
The littlo waif was well played
and she and her benefactor so
rivaled each other in magnanimity
that Old Santa Claus wasctually
bewildered, having made a little
slip, too, in the initials of a name
by which he was going to bestow
cn one of the very best girls that
which hurts naughty children's
While thus engaged he
is caught by tho whole group and
they relieve him of his burden of
toys. The tree was taatily trimmed
and the whole erciees were pleas
iog acd meritorious.
'"lie a' r.a ice w s rard! r.s
)'. v 4.. ?i.ltlD -a'tt'oLarv titi d
Zh-. exe'crct v';l ee rep:'a':td
ic c ' h 1 tt r'jrot H:il.
LLijor-Gen. Joseph Trheeler's
dedsiou to rssi.n his scat in
Co-2-c ar,d retain iiw ccaimia-;io--iu
the rr ny m iy have a i
c er s' ni'. :ace than that which
L 2V j i. ' . r - II-ink-:r-
'i -r ft 'h
-. f t, i -o.: '
! - -! .ier ti- r;
rjj life to
i; not tbih
d t'iO grati-
tu Lie chantry by hie- in'
Hmab-o services to it as a weai r
of tb . l'?c ti. A cuIT his oou.u
t.p Ij !. b- reccgnizo lb cm
f.ub;uae.txilj ? hiaroly thsra is no
raova patriotic ofiicer in the army
today than Joseph Wheeler. It
must always be remembered that
when on the night o July T it
was proposed to retire from San
Juan ridgs and occupy a position
that could be defended with less
risk to the army, Gen. Wheeler
protested with such vigor that the
plan was abruptly abandoned.
Had ho thrown the weight of his
influence in the ether scale, his
tory might have been written dif
It can hardly bo disputed that
Gen. Shafter set a very high val
ue on Wheeler's advice in a mill
iary exigency. J'-b' to, for
the little- Gentrat was a huuoiis)
wan i or and . had toiiiiaft-ndcu j
maav tboufcar.t of men on hart;-
fought fieids long before he
reached the t.iO of 30. There
was no other man ol any rank m
the Santiago cauipaign who could
measure careers with him, and all
the yeterans oi tho Ti7ar oi tec
rebellion paid hi ni homage fcr
Lis experience ad prestige.
It is delicl:-v.siy humorous of
Gen. "Wheeler to say; "Although
some littlo dtr-cssion has been
raised as to vz'j a::o, I hope to be
eld cue -acta coe-u o make a --ool
soldier." Joi0, U Wheeler was
gradacted f ron t'-J Military Acad
omy in 1S53, bf -hen 23 years
cf age. Whtu bis State by
adoption zzczind Whccbr re
signed from the amy, ho v,-aa ap
pointed colore! cf ihe 19th Ala
bama, an infa-rr regiment. Ia
the national army he had served
as a dragoon. At Ghiloh he com
manded a brigade and covered
the retreat of the Confederates.
He was transferred to the cavalry
in July, 1862. About six months
lator, and at the rfe of 27, h va3
romoied to a t3".jor-ca'3rf.j
it Cuickr-ua'aa h-j led the e.i.v-1
ii'ry, a'io crossing the Tencooseo
after tlic-i bat Lie, ho hurried Itot'.o
crans, beit a force sct against
him, and destoyed 1,200 trans
portation wagons, v.ith their
stores. Daily he hung on Shcr
raan's flanks and foug! t him a?, ho
clvmced in'.: Goorg'i. Sotie
time Wheeler took tho field iih
his omrc.iiid i'.smounted. Jcr;.
O O Hovard. when ho visit.: u
'Tampi before the Sh after cxpeui
t:cn sailed for Santiago, used to
! -r an. i J
recall Joe 'tv 'louer s agrcFsivc
uttac"'-" on She rr's Hoc- c: ccr-r'-.ri'.f.ion,
nnd Howfird, vo
served with Sherman, exprcOod
':.: pcatesi adoirntiVa for
Whe-er as ar active, itdefRt':-
b!e, indomitiM? soldier. An in
c: icn; cf the Georgia CRmpugn
was tho Confederate's capture of
Gen. Georgo Stonomu.i acd lihj
art:"llery r.ni transrortation.
Wheeler became a IKutenant
gcneral on May 11, . ISC i, being
then 23 years of ajo, -.nl i on the
death of JVo fituart h? -?as the
senior cavalry fteuoral ol -i Con
make a good soldier.
Whether a united and section-
less country purposes to bestow
bo'ior? p. ad omojumtnts on Jo
seph Wheeler, tho American sol
dier of 1893, is something for tho
administration and Congress to
determine, but if his services
before Santiago should bo ade
quately recognized there would be
no dissenting voice from sea to
sea. New York Evening S'n.
Kot Deaa at All.
The Stateeviile correspondent to
the Obarlotta Observer eava :
It ia learned that Wash Nantz,
the negro who, when under arreat
for burniD't Iir. Jimes A Ilarm'
btra ras eiriccd cway from tie
oficer.7 hj f. udy of unknov.n m:
returned. Ii: ds;, 3 n;g covers
6wung L:ra up thr?6 timfs, but final-
turned him loose. It ti not knows
whera he has been.
Tnll toazer Back.
From all accounts the State peni-
trtip-7 or et ho in a bad way. Tho
State i'r:3urf has loaned :t Is ge
Bams ' t mon . from the State to. .9
nr?, t.ad it ii said to o;s mircn - ;h
ftii'.i ccosido-ibla arl.ouuta of menc?
fr ciothing anu other supplied.
The fueion racac-.mcnt of this ias
stitut len baa be?n full f &c udal3
.iid v'7 cx-rava?-..ut. Ths lTt
L. '.'tare oall addre3o ita 1
early in the ee. ion to peiiitrntitry
.u0!-', tnd it ohouiJ nst rtt from
its labors until the gsng no ia cons
tret has bees e'eaaed out and com
pcteat, honest and decent nu-n have
again beer, pat in charge. Ye do
not know that ho will accept ii. but
needs of the State demand that Hoc.
Augustus Lear:r, of Ir. dell, ehould
again be put in charge of the St&te'n
most important public institution.
Under his former administration the
penitentiary, which had long been &
burden to tbe tax payers of the State,
was made to pay its own way. The
Legislature ehcnld change the law,
tarn out Me?.borne and eleot Mr
Leaztf. The election should be
with such unanimity that be will
feel it bis daty to accept the trust.
r. VAXes' Pain Pin are guirantooa to st e
i'A' iliiiktw. HJo quo (loa7
i the little l yro oi antago, wu merry zzs cn.i:arcn, r. vjnrisi- r -
, witn nis eyes iwidkuuk, x uw ucuuuiuuy aewaiiet.- Villi : ' r W il II W Y"?
e to be old enough soon to will stand in the pulpit. A good "J j - E; 1 1 j
Makes the food r-ors delicious end v:o(8some
At Hie Vnrlims (linrcbrs lonetl fr;
WH tbe l's;nlir Servli-cx ol the
Something new in the way oi a
Christmas exercise will bo ren
dered at St. Andrews Lutheran
Church tonight by the members
of the Sunday school. Besides
tho recitations and music, the
chi'dicu will receive a nice treat,
and ovigto his pressing engage
ments Sacta Claus will r.erd Li
wife to fill tho hearts of the chil
dren rath gladness. There will
also be services there Sunday
An appropriato Christma?
morning diseoursa will be given
by tho pastor, Eev. C J3 Miller,
liuthernn cli.rth. T.jEc.iCri
ri. ht tho exercise:1, will bo u:. l-sr ! '
tho r.urpices cf the LulhcrLc-aue. j
iho programmo consisting o ' ;
music, recitations, and tho read-j
ing of an original pnpor.
An appropriate sermon to t'li?
occasion will be given in Contra!
M E Ch-arch tomorrow m err : '.?.g
by llr:. J TJ Thompson. T!.-r-will
be regular services there o
Tho rl - eervicea will be
hold tomorrow coining and to
morrow night at Eoiv.i t Ilill M E
cburcl: by vicy. J E A -nold. A
t,-tq,Cv o r:flc- 111 :: gJ:enth'
child -a ct the Sunday school to - j
morrow r crninj by their teach-'
at Cannonvillc Presbyterian
church MondiV lnoriiiufr at 8
o'clock. The exercises will net be
long, but exclusiyely for the ea
joyiaent f the childroti. Boxes
made to liniiato bric'Ue v-iii be
given to the pupils of the Sunday
school, containing candies, nuts,
etc., together with some fruit.
On Monday niht the Christ-
program of music, togetLer with
recitations, will be rendered, acd
Prof. C S Coier will mako a talk
to the children. There will be
regular services tomorrow.
A. ChriEtmas tree and exercises
to correspond will be held tonight
at the Baptist church. Tomorrow
morning tho pastor, Eev. B Lacy
Hoge, will preach on the subject
"Ei3 Star." At night at 7 p. m.,
there will also be a sermon, his
subject being "Whose Star Do Wo
Follow Now on Christmas Day?''
Rev. Jas. Lippard, of Ohio,
will conduct tho services at Trinity
Reformed church tomorrow morn
ing. The Christmas service:', rill
bo held tomorrow nir;
pastor, II ev. J II P.;
ra.ika a talk, after whirl;
dien will to
V.. i . J v.vV j
Christmas oxercises will bo held
at All Saints Episcopal cht-.rch to
morrow morniDg and tomorrow
night by the pastor, Rev. J 0
Davis. Services will aiso be a?-. J
0Q loaJay, Tuesday and Wednoc,
day morning at 11 o'clock.
Daily of 21ih.
T i r 1 l;-r : f t l Tatb Iadepen
dent is convinced tbr.t the milleniom
is t bfl-.nJ., f!n:r.r-to irom a gun I
Lota, - o. ;;, Uitcta buaaca CI
potato-' s, a load of wood and a bar
rel oi tarr.ipa that bed rce. bio'.'g''.
ia by deticqcents, a'.a c-r.c- raaa
wiped out a debt cf ten uv:a i bi:d
The nciitli a fty sicry.
Wilmington is exorcised cvt.-r the
rnysterio'a3 dc-tth of Sam Hall, ?.
negro boy, vvhc.io boey wsn
Wedceeday. All rffor'.s thus far
have failed. Tho coroner c-, jury
pronounced it death by the hand o!
some person unknown to them.
Several persons suspected have been
dismissed for lack of evidence
BONDER JJ. ai-ff the cutmva
wtaf Ho'.vJ's s:u-.siaril2a, ur.-l yet tb';
r;:ia make F U S 3
a m liuvd s Sarrai':!! t.. . pvr.
JiCiii pare !kad. r. ;."' i : :-f't;
O0V 4.'d l-xti! QY, -"-,,'-.i!
' i V-t'V- J,' .
ro Hpri'O Too Finny.
Ir. Eo. a Gre r, oC VUilj
't' s w s nc' -ti hfhi'TrJ
j drinker, but it seems was intoxi
cated r--it T-oek, r..nd beirg thrown
from h's T'agon w?3 so irinrJ
th he died. He had a bile ot
cotton on and was driving down
bill at a furious rato with the
22ulnl I'rc'trnm m Centrnl 51.
Th-? follavvig Ii the prograsut
of the Chrisms ezeicUea ft Ce2i:t.l
Melhoiist c:.arci toracrrcw tyxzo
Te Deem Laud.mnc.
F nil Chorus TSLlojl.
Hvmn No 53"Joy tc rbe '.Verld
the Lord Is Come."
So-jp'u. r L??so'
Ev..: "... 3
: :ror:-E ik-z
' r ' - y .
C: z0. I:. E::!E
c tr:e Cj.a.
tcr Oi the baok cone me aha
'x he v x a x j-, ;. a r. o .7 due .
s'f. the :doV- have been r,ced in
my ha add v.ilh i-itrvc;lcab o col
lect. J. II. pATir
Tuw.i Tfx C iik c tor.
CfT.ce in Dry & Miller's ehoe store.
- f -1
-:i Eahed'il-3 is nab-
lleh-d 3 information, and ti eubject
to ch&nge without notice te"
Trains Lenye Concord, N. 0
8:19 A. ii. No. T7, dr.51v, Washs
inprton and Southwestern Jim'
ited for Atlanta, Birmmidiarn,
jJIemphi?, Montgomery. Mobile and
New Orhaup, aud all point? South
and Southwest. Thro-Jtrh TuUman
sleeper Mew York to Now Criean3
and New York to Uempht.. Din
ins car, vestibuled coach, between
Washincton and Atlanta.
8;53 p. m. No. 7, daily, from Fdch
tnond, Washington, Goldsboro,
Selcia, "llaleigb, GreenbborO
IIuGsviile and Asheville to Char
otte. N. O.
ll:2lt a- ar. No. II, daily, for At-vat.-
.'..! al noin:;: South. Solid
r . ' tC
rr. .vir iT-cccia bunas sleeper,
Ot'cans to NerYork; Jacksoni
;.j 22'-v Tat .: ; Fulimaa
.a,i..,'.l,.. v i: if - i -
cr-.rs from h'an xrarcirco
Organs aad Southern Ft
. Mc. S3, dally, Yv ashiar
ar.u So ithweetern liri
o; Y.a:uia-rre-t r.na e.rl
York; Taiup to Nt, Yoi,
ALo carries vestibuied coach ant
v.iaiasr car. Close cocnecHon
. t e
1, l .
N :r-- L,
4, j .v i r IV - x
iaa aod Goldsboro; nl olu-a
' Irir vrfnlk .At, OnviiiO tor .Yashi,
- 1 inston and poiatH ISorth, ai -S:,f j
' :,r:', '"' ""
j i'.:3t sti,ksi ci re;,'u
i or iacil ivot.-clf tr ce.
f,-ers oaiy to pnu.r-- v-i - r
try ;;.,. r
o they cioo
iCeordins to tchdal-a.
FiiANii S. u-iyyoy.Ci-d v ice riea.
aud C-n'i tiTtfer,
Yachinston, i. C..
John it. CcLr, 'i A. Tc as,
Trafiis ll'gi-. G'-iil'ars. Ar't,
Y. r, .:nct in, ii.
6. ii.lI.vaD-.vics, A3 taea'ii Ar't
W.,il. TAvaoi, A-.s,l(f3u J t'. Ag'u
GoffAU DcaES2iJr, Local Ag't,
Concord. N, O.
M, L. Brovn & BRo.
LIVERY", FEET) AND SALE
JvT-t in rar oi St. Cloud Hotel. Cm-
;ct all pasi:ens.'
Outta of all kinds famished
nromTitly and at reasonable prices,
Heroes and mules always on hand
nr pale. Ere6oers of thoroughbred
Poland China ILvs.
M": :-ri Kiuib.iil w nt up to
Grove Friday ui'ht to s end
"'r'-ifA d-yyp ndth her p? rent p.
l-i C'.v- C'ii tr?'t.riv.d heme
frora E ;2-;h:'th college Friday night
o stay until the 3rd ot January.
En. II-hi. Gib or ietarned home
F'iy n:h. frrm a visit of several
weeks to V.v ' ics;o l find Bdti
Mr. Siduey Let tz has rctur-ied
home fioni Fayeiteville, wher ; ho
hae beeu c.:j '..:d In le roEr- -jv
ering bu .ir.c??.
Th: OE'li caille i.nd UufT'.lo mills,
and the bleechery closed down
Friday ovinia to givo the em-
j plcyei holidays until Tuesday
The travel on the railroad these
dr.ys is sft heavy that scaieoly sny
train reaches here on tims. Thurs
day and Friday nigbt3 the trains
were cont-Iderably olT of their regu
lar schedule time.
Miss Fan ni? Littles, ore cf the
teachers of tho graded school, has
gone to Norwood to spend a week
with h'r relatives ar-d frier dj.
E'r. J A Kcnnett'fi father and
metier, of Ilandleman, arrived
h.eie Taurd:;y aiht to wit during
M:?s Jespie Scarp, of Warhicj;ton
City, hca returned to her home at
Mt. Pies ;s ct t-j v;E her mother
".clc'.'acr relative.) for a vhile.
Mitj K;.i li'-'crlitimcr, who is
'eachia . oi tv IIcLeansville,
near ;G .uKboro, pi -d thrcush
; a ner way
to bcr I
cf '. who t .3 for some
w: istic? Es Dora
eery ."t i.; -neat at
'o ':.-r homo
' v v : v,
C.EEOKD, I-. Z
CE'.. in Eorris t 'i'eia, .ppcait
Ccci (j hou'-c-.
CONCORD. - - H C.
rrca;pt clteatica given to all
business. Ofiice in Morris ba 1 iirg
oposite cocrt horpe.
pi the SOUTH . . .
TLir.DIRLCT LINE IU ALL 1 uilS..
AND PORTO RICO.
Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment on all
Througa and Local lrains; Pullman
Palace Skerlng Cars on all Night
Trains; I ast and Sate Schedules ....
Travel ty the Southern and
you are assured a Sak, Coa
lortableand Expeditious jour
Apply to Ticket Agents for Time Tatles.
Kates and General Inlorm-tloa,
R. L. VERNON, F. R. DARBY,
T. F.A., C. P.&T. A.,
f.tarlcite, N. C. Ashev!;ic, w. C.
Ho Trouble to Answer Questions.
Frank S. Gaanor, J. SI. CULP, w". A. Turlc,
3rd V.P.iuen iVgr, Traf. Man., G P.A.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
v He:irt Gisecie, O-rod tof
.TieCC' H?.ART CURE.
' ';;1 - .-;-.'-.:W
i.'hi:' r ;
I... c. c.
'Z7.', ot Wlntcrsct, Iowa.
1 nrnulcturrT or
writes cf Dr. MUrs' l.'.jart Cure. "Two years
aoeo etti-ckof LaCdppo left me with a
-o-ik Intrt. I had rQ down la flesh to
rr- skin ai.d bono. I could not sleep lying
dJwn f..r another::? fpt-Us; frtqucnt bharp
d: rtir ri-;i;.s nrid lpitatlon caoscd a cod
stliJt flilr of eaddta death, Eotbitj cuid
induoe B.e rtiiaia &wiy from homa over
night. My local physician prjscilbed Dr.
Miles' Heart Curu and In a few days I ;J
ablsto-JccpwcTl cad tho pai-n gradually
lc-cprt j and Csally ceased. I roduced tha
the Levies Elucd fifteen pounds, and
aia row feeling V.ttcrlQovor; 37 than X
tavc f jr years. -Dr.
Mil 05 F.eai dlca 'r
at3 suld L7 all drug-v -J-,',
tuarintte, lirsb 3ouie'-:
funded. Bx)!c on diL-" r - lv!x1
o&ncs of tl.3 heart sr-.a ;'..: 'X-iWJ
Dli. MILES ME DI 'A L e .... r-kh ut, Inu,
njffO, iu tliei