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CONCOllD, N. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S99.
tesj fH tg fga f$
thf iVork of Rev. Hoe ThM'ause of the Tro:;Ue.
y.-, V.'-fifW.iii. On Friday afternoon the town s
for The Siangan!. CLOCK was giving US all kinds ot
hnssw-Uillv blessed the time and one knew not the hour. i Hypsher, of Tennessee, will Ul
' " f , T Ii. Jas. Willeiord, who keeps introduce his rew Idea Grapho-' -J-ar"
o, the pastor o. tne lap- up with the times in that capa- phone productions. for the bene-1 RK)TT l!
nvh. AVit: tee assistance city went to see about the of thJ EdLsto Industrial!'1.1;81?? t;
For a Charitable Purpose. I You a?silr?ie v risk when you'
n........ i. Vt . .... i , -rx !hnr f!:iftn.hov1in,a rinliA PhJnr i 1". Winslow's SotLii ?r Svnm Las
xil i;iuon s nan lonigm Jtiorace . - -v., vvy.
wiH rnd Diarrhoea Remedy. M. L.
z Co will refund vonr
ou ?ire not satisfied
It is everywhere
Wolfsohn llouole- J-t was louncl that a , r - HrtmiUed to be the most success-
piece ot wood about a foot "U1u iai,luu- kJ- - fnl remedy m rise for bowel com
loiur had droi)ied from This entertainment ' is purely rUn'nts and Mm nnlv M,of
. . . T , i j. j , " v- - " vij . t j iu r. i.
thiiiirs in me -uastcr s tne dome above and was .moral, scientic and amusing. 1 ntver fails.
The preaching thromrh- wedged betvreon the brick Celebrated bands and orchestras. 1 and reliabb
' u 1
ucii a man as -Mr.
V l L
ible to do
' been used for over tht.v Tears bv mil-
lic-os of mothers for th.ir cbiLlren
while teething, uith p?rf rt r.r--. . It
soothes the eiiiM, ?(fte:'.s 1. n:isf
allnys all pain, enres wind c. :o, nn is
the best remeJy i'or Dian lies u. ii will
rt liyethe i oor little sr.tV rcr h 'ieli
ate'y. bold b- drtiir-dsts iu evt iy r-art
or he world, iwenty-iivo ce.i s
soi -ios ol mootiiiKs has wa" and tho !,lfaT bc-x wlli(:h latest son-s (iu the actual voice
contains several hundred rounds . . .
. . :)tMn done by Rev. Hoge in Gf old iron which acts as the ojt the singer), quartettes, mstru-
' ; 1 1 powerful and forcible weight. When Mr. Willeford mental solos and duetts are
maimer that many have been led .cached the clock there was a heard in this unique entertain-
lunwiuuuiijujiimuuui 01 suiciv un mont, also the plantation melo
a , the rope, making it vory danger- (U prayers, savings and ser
I ous had the wedge came out, I, "
. , , i ' wlnVb inVkf "Uot mons or Liie nemoes as uiey are
C rowds have been attracted to Ullch ould no doubt have
. . . ' . . lf -j ' jerked the clock from its station heard m the black belt of Geor-
.o-vicos night alter nigat and .lml haye tQm thin U) ieces ia ,md goulh Carolina. The
, . one that has attended , badly. The matter was adjusted Rev. J J Johnson, president of j
i)!aks in the highest xuse of i though and we now move on. tie school, will give an interest- j
le is pleasant, safe T Z ask r V ' Yh'
' ' slows boothmi; Syrup, and hike 11c
m accept Jesus Christ as
' !" success of the meetincr.
the meeting closes it is ex
. led that a great many more ; terian church
.nnk will bo, ponvoi-tnd. ! by Rev. J E
With the Churches Tomorrow.
j ' Services at the First Presby
ing description of the school,
island and surrounding country.
We open the Fall Season with
ch tomorrow morciiiiK Everybody is earnestly asked to f W pini' ppef a..-- -f
E Thompson, pastor come out and assist in the worthy ! UJLAC? : OAAUJ-OCO u uuU 4ji
"'ome that have professed faith
! of Central Methodist church
i The pastor, Rev. C.
' hvict -51 unci:! hh' uni nt liav : ... , t
... v u. j.,., wlJl ilod roffular services tomor- n,1nvCn,i w r,,imv fiwm niv
n i. . i.-'. h ,.i n "i n ! chur(di.
! !' iviiKiieu an o t'r Luucuni
Miller, This entertainment has been ""x viiu ; vau ui-LXiA, ULi ii.AOi.1i.Axc5
places and also by Mayor Means, AJtXA "fcvw,x v -a wu LLi.i wi v7 jl
that many who im:i now 1111-
. . ca will be saved.
0 fecial mention must be made
. ::e music. A larii'e choir has
ill. iii! im .-1 m r ii
of this place.
Rev. J. D. Arnold will hold1 As at eveiT l)lace' sPccial
regular services at Forest Hill provision will be made for the
M. E. church tomorrow morning white people,
and night. : Admission 10 cents.
The Rector. . Rev. J C Davis, :
will conduct services at All iios irom injuries
A large line of Yestee Suits,
very nobby, for boys 8 to 8 years
-r:n , ,i i. An I-1 i m knuirioti.
i t he :3ing iiig ane. cj m tne . A . T ! 11 A is Ci - Z J i?, o .l -2,0
n c-iir.-h oauus J'-piscopai cnurcn tomor-1 Mr. jeiterson isost, wno uvea U1U. DUitb 11 UJLLl O IU ID V tSfeH o
or v of the churcht h
The organ has been presided
over by Mr. Benson, organist of
the Methodist church, in a. way
to suit all who have attended tho
services, especially Mr. AVolf
sohn. Services tonight at 7.80 p. m.
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.
in.. One hundred extra chairs
have been put in the church so
that- all who come might be
seated. Sunday will be the last
night Mr. -Wolfsohn will sing.
Who Will His Lawyer lie!
In the term of court next
month here when the trial comes
up for the killing of Policeman
Konis, it is very probable Judge
Robinson will, for Edwards, pro
V'iion, appoint two attorneys
to defend him. It is the duty of
thf attorneys appointed to serve
and to exert their best efforts for
defence of their client. It is
'-w probaWe that Tom Carr and
Tom Richardson, the two ne-
i:ths here in our jail, will em
t u o clock ana
tomorrow evening- at 5 o'clock Mecldenbur- county, died Friday Q,YG Hiade With dOIlble Seats and
L.ev. . 11. Oiu-y will hold .,.: n tiwi-,v i,
spvvifiK 'At St Anrhwvs Tnth- a J J T 1 1 . j j i i
ornn church tomorrow afternoon ' was badly gored by a bull. Ho UOUD16 KUeGS TJO XHG DanXS, "17 ear
at 3 o'clock. was born m Cabrarrus county.
To the Members of All Saints Church.
The Rector of this church most ;
j He was 37 years of age and leaves
only a wife.
earnestly requests all the mem- T Al -i n
bers of the church to be present I . Uuu,n? the cm ,wa0r' as wel,l 33
St. j i j
oi tne roosi
at tomorrow (Sundav mornincr's t ,
tt- .:n V . i rnoea was one
troublesome disea-es the army
service. lie will have some
thing of importance both to him
self and the parish to communi
cate. He thinks it well for all
the members to know what is
going on, and how they are go
ing on, and what is contem
plated things wdiich it were bet
ter to say when all are together,
rather than individually; then all
will bear the same thing in the
same words; and we may find it
mutually encouraging and help
ful. This special request does
not exclude anybody else. The j
Rector will be pleased to see any
friends who may come.
J. C. Davis.
had to contend with. In many
instances it became chronic and
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. DdTid Taylor, of Wind
Ridge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and says he never found
anything that would give him
such quick relief. It is for sale
by M. L Marsh fc Co.. Druggist
Robt. E Ridenhour spent this
" afternoon in Salisbury.
ing almost twice as long. A great
variety of Boys' Knee Pants with
double seats and double knees at
50c, 75c. and 98c. Mothers, if you
want your boys dressed in neat,
serviceable Suits bring them to
us. We have enough kinds to
satisfy any taste, with prices that
agree with your ideas of economy.
. L. Parks & C
In Honor of Mother. J -Mr. Robt. Gray, of Char-i
MR. EDITOR: Friday, the loth, tome, is visiting ivirs. u u van j
was an enjoyable day at ,tho Miss Lizzie Young went up to
homo of Mrs. M C Moore in No. Salisbury yesterday evening to
l.'ov counsel for their defence. ; 2 township. It was her sixtieth t visit her relatives.
rai attorneys have been en- I birthday and all tho children j Mrs. M L Stevens returned
" "I and it is a subject of won ' gathered in to celebrate it with this morning from Ait. Pleasant
who' will be appointed! a reunion of the family. Dinner j after visiting her sister, Mrs. H
The Summer is Ended,
v the State.
time came and when the tablo!"er
j was spread with good things it j
j fell to the lot of the oldest son,
The Hemp Drought Into Use.
There was something of a j R T Moore, to address the circle, j
iK'nip harvest Friday. At Pu- j It was real happiness to us to
ikh Va., Noah Finley, a ne-' see mother enjoy the occasion so '
tf'o; was hanged for highway ! much. We hope to repeat the J
ri,!, i 4 : 1-inrmv occasion manv times. i
'"""Civ aim ilLLtilil tt LVJ UlUiUfi. I'X't v
-U Mobile, Ala., Henry Gardner, ;
;i ni'gj-o IS years old, was hanged '
fm" assaulting a white girl. At
ROBBED THE GRAVE ;
A shirtlm;: incident, of which ?Ir. I
Tlin niiT-iiv , J PliiilnfVlnhin WAS ttlA !
first drop the rope snapped . sui,ject. is narmted by him us follows:1
I he srot a hard fall. Twenty ! 1 3 iu a 11,K,st jhead'nl condition. My j
" J skin was almost yellow, eyts .sunken,
1:1 mutes later the rope held its tongue coated, piin continually in back
;,,,ll(m . t-j- .14 , , i and sides, no Appetite ffrailuaily ffrow-;
'Uidon. At Hamilton. Ga.. -- ...i i., , u A.r Ti.r nhrci.
Rillard Brooks, another negro, chmshad Riven me up or.tlin"e.7a,
' n ' snend advised trying Electric Bitters:
'v;'s hanged for the murder of anatomy rentjoy and surprise, the
"Will To,,u.4 i , th:t bottle made a decided iraprove-
ill lankston of his own race a ment I eontiwud their llao for three
year ago. weeks, and am now a well maa. I know
: they saved my life, and robbed tne grave
of another victim." o one snouia ian
THE TIME TO
IS NOW AT
--dary Lore has returned to try them. Only 50cts.f snriateed
.vjnool at Peace Institute. Fetzer's Drugstore.
Everybody and their kinsfolk know 4liat.
BELL HARRiS & CO.
lis the place to buy it and don't you forget it. Car lots, spot cash
ana tne oesi lactones m ine unnee taios ai our coniiiia.ia jives
us a long lead in LOW PRICES. We have bought to stdl-we sell,
see if we don't. Have you seen our line ol Pictures jasl i:v , Gib
ing like it ever shown in Concord. Prices range from :!r t.s:."o.
Don't miss the sight. Just the tiling for Bridal, Birthday or any
other kind of Presents. New line oi moulding just in. flriuro
Frames made on short notice.
We Are Strictly in it for Business