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Letter From Iloilo.
Tho following letter from Mr.
Henry Sater to Capt. W. B.
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THE d'l AIDAlU),
Concord. N. C.
Coxcokd, N. C, Sept. 1G.
a bridge now across the Jara
river, so they can get the guns .
and teams across. The Filip-
Wright of Raleigh is well worth ! inos destroyed the old bridge
that was there. So I think by
doing this we will go to Santa
"It is not so warm here now.
I don't think it is as warm as it
is in North Carolina. We are
having the rainy season and it
rains every day. We don't have
to play very many concerts it
rains so much.
THAT D2FFICULT SOLUTION.
Iloilo, P. I., July 24, 1899.
I guess you will be surprised
to get a letter from me. I have
been here two or three weeks.
I went from Raleigh to Columbia.
I was there about a month and
was sent to San Francisco. I
was there a month and left there
the 22nd of May for Manila on
the transport Sherman. "We
went by the way of Honolulu and
were there three days. We had
t - T
A Wild Beast Farm.
Ringling Brothers, the circus
men, have purchased three of the
1 , , 1 A, .. smaller Floriaa Keys, which they
weather, and reacheci Manila, ... , mi .
-r, Lii t iir it I will put to a novel use. They will
Bay the 20th of June. We could 1 2. .., . -
, . r, stock them with wild beast trom
see wnat Dewey aia to too opan
ish fleet as we went in the Bay
all parts of the world. Each di
vision of this wild beast farm
contains about 0,000 acres. Parts
I could just see the tops of the
The Morning Post advance tance I was iii Mauiln cmo wook ! lM?,.n.are wooaea, ana u eie
, , i are iniCK unuerrowtns iikc
anu men weni lo my uegimeui,
the 18th United State Infantry
Band. Thev are on Pamy Is-
the very correct idea that the
great trial ' at Judge Simonton's
court in Asheville, however the
decision may go, will be apt to lancl? 30O milos from Manila in
inspire a new eifort at the solu
tion of Lait knolty problem, the
uniform valuation of property
it is far from "a one-sided
question. Indeed it is hard to
see ";,st W'.nt is ritrht.
the town of Iloilo. They have
three towns in possession here
Iloilo, Jara and Molo. We
are quartered in the finest build
ings in the town. We never had
I such fine quarters before. When
the Filioir.os left their places
"e hardly thin tuat anyoouy . luc,y welll namhlf, they did
can claim ihat ordinary property j no h.;vo t iino lo civrry their
in tho State is returned at its lunis..-I1.-,1d furniture, so we are
full value. There is a kind of : ,:Vll::i tlu beneiit of i! :row. All
nial !:,: . : ling thoi most proper-; tile ;ar,0 buildings were furn-
jungles. The beasts will be di
vided into three classes, accord
ing to their ability to get along
together, each class having an
island to itself. They will be
brought from Asia, Africa and
South America, and will be in
chargo of experienced keepers.
The reasons 'for this novel en
terprise are that wild beasts arc
becoming scarcer every year,
and that their capture is very
difficult and expensive.
An animal hospital will be es
tablished, where animals sick
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yard, worth 10c.
Printed Marsailles at 12c.
Duck, Plain White, solid col
ored au'd .Printed.
Calico 3c up.
Yard wide Percale at 20 and 25
cents per pound.
Light colored Outing 5 & 7c.
Bargains in Towels.
ox. r.. .
L V i 1 V
1 : .5 r
p L'i OuC
there : .
.urnable at two-thirds of ! isi0d well Avith some very line 1 IUK"1 worn out irom fvei, con-
value. et this allow- j furniture; pianos in every one.
i.-cessary if we follow the ' All Hie companies have pianos
reiuriiing property at rail( 0S Qf other instruments, so
would surely bring -t ; Vv0 have tdentv of music. Our
quarter arc very nice. Wc have
a fruit grove around us and ali
kinds of fruits, cocoanuts, pine
apples, bananas, oranges, lem
ons, chickeores, mangoes' and
several other kinds I don't know
the name of yet. Our qu.ulors
arc something like a music
1 r m it
: i lc :.ue. ijic ioiow
. no 'e loo great, as
:t!ch ancertainty about
o"oeriv w"1: l:rinir at
There sr ;:ms some inequality
m the fact that money is always
returned at par though the prop
erty received in exchansre for it
is always returned at loss than
the amount paid for it.
Tho question arises with which ;l sut f Spanish b:uul s
railroad property comes most
nearly ranking, with property
whose proceeds at public or pri
vate saie is somewhat uncertain,
or wiiii money which lias but
While railroad stocks and
iinement and a season's exhibi
tion wiil be cared for. Daily Reporter.
iN'o Party la'sixnisibie.
We belive that everybody ad
mits that the management of the
penitentiary under the 1H97 fu
sion arrangement was a stupen
duous failure worse than a fail
ure. The Legislature this year
attempted to put its management
in the hands of Democrats, but
Two job lots of Samples ol'Gent's
tine sox, lot No.l, plain and fancy
colors, at 15c worth 20 to 25c.
Fancy colored and black Lisle
at 18c worth 25 to 50c.
The best line of Men's and La
dies' Hosiery on the market for
Crochet Cotton, 4o per spool,
Silk (short mea-nrej at 5c. Turk
ey lied Cotton, 20c per dozu
spools. Embroidery Silks, lilo,
outlining, rope and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Aho
gold embroidery thread at 3:; per
skeiu. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
Bone Dr-ss' Staws
Hooks and I's 10c b
Thread 3o per spool, S iity f
2c per dozen. Brass Vn
paper and per M)lUi;i .t
Pins Ic, Rnbto lif.'fj
Shields 10o, Moumiir pM ..-1
5c per box, Alurmiium ;r
5c dozen, Stde Combs 5 and '
Pompadour 10c, coac.s, '
tooth DressiLfij Conb;s f t
Jobs in 'Box Papor at ks thaQ
co:t to produce. 25c boxes L
10c ana j.uc ones lor
1 aper at iOc per poumi. I1
Erasers lc, Typewriter d ,jC. Car.
bon 1 aper tor typewrit 0
sheets tor 5c, Typ -writer jarer
at 3 ounces for 5c. Fancy Crepe
Paper for Lamp SliahV ()c vn
Toilet Paper 2 rolls for 10c.
and Mucilage 3c, Shoe hi , :jL;7
lc up, Tan do. 5c, Bla :k IK..,;,
5 to 15c, Wood Tooth Picks
Boston Garters LSc, iJnwers
Supporters 3a per -;vii Silk
Bosoai Bhirls 48c.
Glass "Ware 5c up.
Crockery andTinwiiie 1:;; .suurs.
school and we have every kind j tll0 Supreme Court decided that
o on. vis iiave
realizable value it may lack very
t::Uv' ii of being the case with the
i'.-. . .vi i'(jiliug stock.
of instruments from a mouth
harp to a piano in it. We have
ments that they captured in
Manila, so we are well fixed for
"We havn't done any seraphic
lately, but will pretty soon, I
think. They will take Santa
barbor next, a town about 1
miles from here. The boys are
doing provost guard here now
around the town. They have a
li:o T O li Ll
GUiCr : iioi lerl y
. 1 .1 1
4 1 , '
the fusion officers were entitled
to hold on, rIr. Justice Clark
writing an able dissenting opin
ion. Since die Supreme Court
decision we have had a . Demo
cratic Republican Populist fu
sion management, neither party
having full control, the responsi
bility being much divided. This
fusion arrangement is not work
ing well; it is not giving satis
faction. It has seemed to us that
if tho Democratic members of the
board of control cannot direct the
management of -affairs and cor-
) reel abases they should resign.
little shootiiiLT evorv f.vo;ihi."
..vouid seem that such prop-, Tho n.lUvcs ,vill slil, awI ?i',0
ill. Olll DOrMj ail. I liieii ' ' : 1 .
Uil'.l. Kill w-v-.v - I - - . II. .A '
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-i , . i ,i i x i Aii aru-cuisirs rciuuu moiicy n 11 iaus in
, aiuauuii thoil. trcnclies. They are about cure. rti Th
or ! .- r,..;:;.s is not ro d v,i!in Imi '
i. io'er, safe estimate that
will ;i;.;arc such amount if put
Tho railroads claim, however,
-' 1 a.- cessment is based on
the i a ! i value. If a plan for im
proveniom should oe sought and
would follow this contest rather
than a tirade of criminal ion the
two or throe miles froifi- the
town. The soldiers are building
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE
1 a-ji the mother of eiuht child
rf?n and have had a reat den! ol
txperitnco with medicines. L tBt
'isninrucr my Jittlo uanchter liud
A 1 '
ii Ligation might yet be proiitabic
vv e thoiunit she would die. I
tried everything I could think of.
I saw by an advertisement in our
A Til OUSANP TONGUES j paper that Chamberlain's colic,
Gould not express the rapture 0flCbok'ra aIld Diarrhoea Remedy
An.r i reiser, of 1125 Howard st ! whs highly recOtU Dlended joh
Ini!iiaclphii. V-i when she found that I sent and llox a bottle at once. 1(
: ... .. ... ir J- r . v , - i moved to ho one ot rho vrv : v.t
couh tiiat t.-i n,,idf. years fnul ui:ulo ! in'.-QujinrK . wo ever imo r?i ? p.e ' 1 . . " " "
hfe u bui-uen. Ail other reaxedies and house. It saved my little dauirhl- aieir taxs iOUCe.
doctors c -M pve her no help, but she ' , ;fV t rT;.1w (n. , t, fV b. J. UVIX,
anysof t;.-s lioyal Oure "it soon r- l' b iUe ! tiU1 dUlou k)L ("'"$3 j Ci m c J
moved the i-uhi n- p)y chest and I eau i ta other to unow wnat :-m ex.-elhjjjt -
1.1 'J .-m iwu UCiUUV U)l '(
no1., to haul K-rnd off the lands of
K. "Vvr. Allison, dee'd. Those hav
ing hauled heretofore, without
permission, will be prosecuted
for trespass, it they do not report
and settle for wh.-... they have
taken. This Police covers old
Mill streei, now Cedar street, as
that is private property.
Jxo. L Allison.
Notice to Tax Payers.
The tax books for 1899 have
been placed in my hands for
collection and all tax-payers are
requested lo come forward and
now 4-ep mudiv, somethin- 1 can ; mcdioife ii is. Had i known h atj Cotton Sed Wantpd
riv r::;uTlir' -1 n ovM h, , .a wanted.
re;l r.K.; .-Oit-uoiii: it s praises through-. . . . . t
now sh op .ouhdlv,
1 oat t;a-) t niversc." So will every one gr'al' Jiai oi ariXietv and uty
avuo rr. .. .New j.)i.vcovery ! little ciauuhter much i UuS nn
for any tiMulut; ot the Throat, Chest or Vonrs tnhv ATrri (4na 7 r
I,unf,. ..'-c, . uu.l Sl.,;0. Trial t0?rV' Y ,'t e 1 ,
bottles 710 at rtzer' l)iU Stor"-! ,,1Ci hioerty, ii. 1. tor Sale by
cyery ooLLk uuiuntecd.
IM. L. Marsh & Co., Prug&iat.
The Concord Cotton Seed Oil
mill will pay 15 cents ier bushel
for good seed delivered at the
mill Win. A. Smith,
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