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CONCORD, N. C., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14,1899.
LAXUDOX SMITH DEAD.
Single Copy 5 fVnts
I ni;!(l!y He VAvil Away to Sleep the timer me Jamc ot "the orne & Wads-
Sleep of Death An Exemplary Yoiuig
Mini Ho Never la rained Conseious
:sc from the Time He Was Taken
-U-)i to Ills Death.
worth Co., the Concord Lumber Co.
anil Yorke, Wadsv.orth t4; Co, Combine
Incorporation papers have
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i,11.w,'lllR' uneiuoom ai boon received whereby two lar-e The lessons drawn
lufole narrai've oi t;
Revival Cirowing in Interest at Baptist J PERSONAL POINTERS.
Another good meeting was
held last evening at which some
professed conversion. The spirit I Mr. Jos. V Sutton, of Salis
of the meeting was the best Vet. I l?llry'. was here a short while to
Air. Chas. M Thompson, of
Lexington, is here today.
i o I'uicK'. ho i o;im :nua vw-
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i the home of Rev. T. W.
nth and robbed them of their
i and brother, Langdon Smith,
ousmess enterprises of our town
are now joined together under
another name. The hardware
Ir. Hope's sermon was forcible
iio ; Mi.ss Edna Pitts is spending
a few days at 'Mr. Martin Bost's,
!at Bests Mills,
ho on Sunday had a slight store, known for some time as
Man Receiving His Sight
T TT 1 1
i ere o in i
AT T "V T I . . . ,
neoi:ie wre' r. r v narrier and Airs, li
A Kimball, of Salisbury, arrived
, -''4 ! bore this morning.
ki opend ivar- 1
mi, inn was at tee service at Yorke, Wadsworth Co. and the ntty," sung by Mr. Wolfsohn wesi Mrs. M L Stevens wont out
is church that (1y- 0n Monday Concord Lumber Co., have here- .very impressive., as was also the I to Mt. Pleasant this afternoon to
norning about 8 o'clock" he had j tofore been two separate enter- solo, "What WiH You Now Do j v5sit hor sistcr M. H N Miller.
gesuvo ciiui aim irom mat j prises and the books of the two With Jesus," aftet the sermon. ! Rov V' C iOYni w n i
firms have been kept separate, This meeting is one of trie best ! Rev. Cochran Preston will leave
though several were interested ever held in Concord. C. i tomorrow to attend the Concord
During the civil war, as Weil as
in our late war with Spain, diar
rhoea was one ot the most
troublesome diseases the o.rray
had to contend with. in many
instance it became eh rec and
the old soldiers stii! -niter froai
it. Mr. D tvid Tvv'or, of Wind
Kide, Greene corm'ty. Pa , is one
of these. He uses CkniherVeVs
Colic, Cholera, and ' '"vi r'it.e :.
Remedy nnd snys he re wr found
anything tleif would ;;iv- him
such cjuiek v-bef. 1:, ter ?n!e
by 31. L. M:irsh & C ... !)-:h
":!0 M" IKiVOl"
He was born on the 13th day
of September, 1879, and died on
:.:s twentieth birthday. He was
: young man of most excellent
character, kind disposition and
pvemplary habits. One year he
had attended school at Trinity
. i.-llee, and was fully intending
to return to school again later.
Mo was a faithful and deyoted
nvmner oi onirai m. rj. cnurcii.
For the first time has death
visited this home, filling their
hearts with deepest grief and
robbing the broken-hearted
!:ither and mother of their second-born.
Sadness reigns within
the hearts of scores of friends
and relatives for the departure
oi a young man of promising
qualities such as this one
possessed, ir:d the sympathy of
the community is extended to the
lt r i e f -s t r i ck en family .
The funeral was conducted
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in
Forest Hill Methodist church by
Rev. J. E. Thompson, assisted
by Rev. J. D. Arnold.
resbytery in Iredell countv.
Mr. Ed. Cook", after spending
a tew days returned to Bessemer
Death Takes Little Margaret.
The icy , hand of Death
mienched the spark of life in lit-
;h Margaret, the 10-month-old
'h-ughter of Mr. and Mrs. SF
Ih rmon on Wednesday night
;:hout one o'clock. The end was
vr unexpected, as symptoms had
.' : soveral days caused the worst
-eu icipations of loving ones
The funeral services will be
''relucted at the home of he
: ndfadier, Mr. George SwTink,
- 'huroh street, Friday morn-
- ;d. it o'clock-, when the little
body will be laid in the city cem
"'"ry. The young parents have
1 sympathy in the loss of
. bioir first infant.
in both enterprises.
All the business of the Con- Tho-v Woro s!,;)rs
cord Lumber Co. and all the Two nicely dressed young men
business of the Yorke, Wads- wer ou southbound vosti- this morning. 'His wife went -to
worth & Co. has now been bul Wednesday j light beating Spray to visit,
incorporated under the name of tir way. Polb eman MabeiyJ Misses Emily Gibson, Fairfax
the Yorke & Wadsworth Co. The arrested one of them aim the Loving and Margaret Cannon
names of the incorporators are other one, rather than forsake went to Charlotte "this morning
Jno. C Wadsworth, N F Yorke, lis frieiia '.ay.d here ami t-j attend a german given there
Chas. J Harris, R OS Miller and accompanied the officer and hisjloniht-
Horace Wr Miller. man to tllt3 mayor's ohice. The R0y. C B Miller is siendin
' arrested one paid his costs and the afternoon in Charlotte. He
The Biwst Boat of All.
the associates bade us farewell.
will return on the early train
and will meet the council of St.
James at 8 o'clock.
Mr. W P Hornbuckle repre-
The long boat, the jolly boat, Mrs- Kilii,-'in Tilkes CIlai
the )innace and the vail, but The -Morris hotel, which for
this, my boys, is the biggest some months Q0Q Presbyterian
boat of all. ; management ot Mr. l'rank j church at the meeting of the
. . t - -vT- v i v' Pharr, has now changed hands Concord Presbytery at Concord
A spocml from Now ox of . church, in Iredell county, tomor'
.1. rt. l 7
me loin, says: !, . . . ,
J I bary, now has it m cnarge. Mrs.
"The new White Star steam- Kimbail has had quile an amount
ship Oceanic, the largest vessel ; of experience in boarding, having
atloat, from Queenstown, arrived jbeon in lhis work in Salisbury
at her pier in North River at 1:45 .md in Asheville
o'clock this afternoon and cle- j
barked her passengers. A big , A Real Estate Deal.
A Fresh Lin
crowd of those wdio had secured
Mr. Wr A Wilkinson has sold
store at Forest Hill on Church
street. Several sum 11 store
rooms are on the lot.
" .-iihoiir Now u Resident.
f'. G W Isenhour, of No. 4
'"Wm;hip, has opened a lunch
r -w v. ex t door to Warren Cole
lli:'dis : 'ore. The business will
i;,Jer i o conducted by his sons,
; '! ;md Ed. Isenhour.
dr. Isenhour has purchased
; ' Mr. Jas. WT Cannon the
!:v';v and lot on East Depot
-o'(M't i:ow occupied by Pollce-
;ii-d Ci u- but will not move for iiro grates.
('Ffll V.'i 1-c Tin 111 Iti'"' vme iv I
iVVt ! Iwi ttUUL ill.) V X V'Jo J
passes to the dock, and a bigger . to Mr. W R Harris the property
crowd which was kept back of j almost opposite Mr. D C Furr's
the fence, cheered the new
steamer as she crept up the river
and swung slowlv into her berth.
' 'Coming up from Liberty
Island, the boat appeared un
wieldy and her funnels too high
for symmetry, but as she came
closer the impression of great
The Tartar Can-i S.iib
A peculiar complication has
arisen over the transport Tartar
at Hons Kong.
She Hies the
length grew clearer. It took six British flag and had gone into
tugs 40 minutes to shove her dock at lioug Kon,, on hpr woy
bow around and force the huge , Qori Uvmjo uin 1 u l.
vessel into place. Docked, she
filled almost the whole length of
diers and 55 passem
the long pier.
"The Ocean ic's time was six
Brittish auUiorities refused
clearance papers, when the Tar
tar wanted to leave, on
I FANCY I
8 lMiib S
I i 111
;ocy ee5 save Netjrarglau Gev Dr. Miles
wit Til" -(rin clruiiKistri- 'nav-dr&a.
L. Parks L(&
(lure m-irl iwn hours. The
...ii 4 -. ground that the shrp was over-
built She was launched at Bel- loaded: Gen. Otis claims that it
fast, January 14, at the ship-, not -overloaded. If the Brit
building yards of Harland & f tish do not relent, another trans
Wolff "i-I.n- dnnons'ons are 701 , port will have to be sec urea and
feet long, 72 feet beam and 68 , load divided.
depth, with draught, light of 22
i b i -, i QOi w Qiip' ROBBED THE GRAVE.
feet and loaded Szk feet. bne .
; A sturtlmr iDCuleut, of which Mr.
registers 17,000 tons. Her en- j John Oliver of Tblihidehehia, wis tho
gines were-desi-ned to develop fiiibjot, is narrated by him ns follows:
i i Wiia m a 1Uost dreadnl condition. My
45,000 horse-power. Her coal 8kjn was almost yellow, eyf s sunken,
c-mcitv is about 6 000 tons, and .tonsnie voated. pain continually in bock
Cc.pacuy is diuui u,uu , ami sides, no jipptito erradna'ly row-
she Consumes about 500 tons of weaker 1ay by day. Three physi
i Ql iMo-o-orl with cians bad given me up Fortunately,
Coal daily. She l llggecl Willi . sHeud advlsd trym? Electric Bitters:'
three masts and is equipped with and to tdv pcreat joy and surprise, the
o i v on -Foot in first bottl-f nmue a decided 'improve-
two funnels, each of 0 feet m ; J colltiuueil tht.ir nS(1 for thrpe
diameter and 80 feet above the ; weeks, and am now i w..-l inji:. I know
I they saved my file, muI robbed tne irrave
i of another victim." Xo one should fail
. to try them. Only 50ets.. niuuteed, at
' Fetzer'ts DrusStore.
Cnif-e intends j ijrinuley is Dead and Three are In Jail. :
i':";1; 10 ' ho occ-u- M D Brinkley, the former from : ent
meu by .Sheriff Peck when thoK-.wn.-M ,.,r who wns found ,n this and close counties. Salary SHOO
iUiIlilJl V;i4iii) . , ,
riie Summer is Ended,
The Harvest is i'ast.
THE TIME TO PURNITURE 'SX'V:D,
Everybody and their kinsfolk know that
BELL HARRIS & CO.
is the place to buy it and don't you forgot it. Car lots sy.ol cash
and the best factories in the United States at our conerai d gives
VV ANTED SEVERAL HEIGHT AND HON-
-nor h,v,s into his redone, j tt wilIslon with a bullet hole in i no i "n
" '"S; t'",'i,in slm-'u ll'is heaa Tuesday morning ,is I ?tr Wmd
i n' u ui! i ; s i vi "r-.A. xv i j inma t-i ATrfTi ft r I
ive been close self-addressed stamped envelope.
to iail ThevDominion Company, VtvU 2, tni-
evidence against Reed is 1 and restIess,
,u l. ? 1 f -l's oi as-1 ar tmd Thos. Hudson !u
. -n.saie m our btaie airain. i , i
I'". Lee stated when he was '1 and committed
"'"e before that Concord would i The evidence against
" ' 011 his list again this year. said to be very damaging
' t i
us a long lead in .LOW PRICES. We have heughr to s ;.:
see if we don't. Have you seen our line of Pk.-iu '.Vl -.:
ing like it ever shown in Concord. Prices range from
Don't miss the sight. Just the thing for Bridal, i;irii ;
other kind of Presents. New line of moulding just
Frames made on hort notice.
Wc Are Strictly in it for Buzimss
Grip maKes one &icis wen nu iwuv
)r. liles' Restorative Nrvir.e brings rest.