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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDA Y, OCTOBER 14, 1899.
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Amort; the fihosts. The Parnate About Fifteen Hundred ' With the Chi' relies Toip or row.
Pivt. and Mrs. Color who al- Dollars, The pa ; tor, Rev. C. B. Miller,
way:, had a wav of environing The fire at the bleachery will hoid regular services U-.v v-
tho rvled school teachers with Thursday afternoon didn't injure ! . rco:-'o.ng liwov. -.: :
. . t , ; v ght at St. Jail'; Lutheran
sunshine, oven m nght and the machinery quno as badly as cjlurc1
cloudy weather, had the corps was at-first thought. Superin- . ,
and ;.! assistants with them Fri- ten dent Stuart thinks that the reo.lllar sel,;ces Forest Jj:'
day e vening. One of the damage will be about $1,000 or ! ( pJ church torn r " row m or n ? r
recou nts of the courtesy tells $1,500. The company carried ' and night.
us tl.. t it was a feast in a double insurance and the insurance Regular serves both tomor-
Hmse. A regular cauu puumg auio ivic iuvfaugdwug tuo , row jr.o...c' .yg nun i u i r.v v.o.'
Fruits Meet For JU-pr-:itance.
A Winston-Salem co-respondent
to the Charlotte Observer
"During the recer r -v;
Davie county a govci
3r named E5 D
uuuvur.uu. Jiewe.ii ro jjis ais-
tillery and tore the -si ills from
the furnace and destroyed what
be or or mash there was in the
tubs. The whiskey on hand w;
tval M. E. c-iurcji V the pasur-,
Rev. J. E. Tho r n.
Rev. W. B. On-y will hold 513 tno government warehouse
several services at St. A :-;ws Luth- jand he had no right to interfere
'( w evoking , without stamping. He will have
was tirston program, then fruits, amount of damage
oandies. etc., were indulged in '
winn )g up with a unique play ' l'mrfshedFor Their shooting.
i .i 1 c wflro voiTinvpf) On lIondav nierht
when .i ghost with a torch in ' negroes over in the colored part ; 4!" l1Tr
of town had a great time, which ;
,Uw mt ended when the torch was occasioned by pistol shots. 'ohvrh C 11 liV.t ' U? er aS UlOUgn 11 e acl con'
was burned out, Then another Numbers of persons in that part j ofTr:m L kuvL to- rt.ditinto whiskey and this
t.:it. v : in ghostly attire and f town heard it and the officers ( morrow mor rug and probably wlU cost hm nbout 32."
: rhe tale, f oino out with ! have been working on the matter.' tomorrow night. j Thi'; reminds us or the case of
tmvh tni. ' in turn, a'l had ! Four were arraigned Friday bo- There w he regular sovvices a hospital attendant .in Danville
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to account to the government for
displayed their gifts at the weird.
fore Mayor Means and each one' at tho Bap.ist clinrcb to'-iw 'during tho civil war who had a! CillSlVe S-FTR'CS
S r- '
Th( champion seer of things ; Pu iur nis coikiuci. inree - - . v,. ...c,.. v v -- - "v rj
' nf tliPin 'nnirl tronrl n,. : v.-lln lm tuw iu. , n;v. 11 .y ' ' : 1 1 10 llO.i . 'Ol lie lOOt CCUIM r,mO
ana reuuer 01 luiiiits, v- ...v. t:)v, ... , aion4. pnv 11
'.it wen? not should receive a
h .j. t va ; 1 1 :'r o r instr unient with
xhw u. tKuloo the disturbers
,jf his . i- '-.9. Prof. Orr was
j : ; (h.ei: o mnrito-'ioiiSsubjoct.
At th(j hour of twelve the ghosts
ail appeared as if by myoteiious
: rh aiid wall cd home.
; ' ; the Coiiiil j's Time Next.
It wns noted in this paper some
d-jys ago that Mayor Means was
irnpr. v.ng the road hiding from
the rih'road to tho bridge be
yond the depot. He has widened
r cocwirably and otherwise
improv jd it and now if the county
cau - ;ibiy see fit it would im
prove ;i e road wonderfully for
the remaining part of it
to tho bridge to be improved
also. To incorporation lino
does not extend to the bridge,
leaving a strip of road of the
wort kind during the rainy sea
son especiay, and the bicyclishs
;i re a 1 way s co w p ia : n ; n g . Re t ween
tiie irr'orpo::ation line and the
bridge tliero is almost always
mud to prevent pedestrians r id
when the stream is swollen to" i:
ordinary marl: during tlo raius
Walking With God." Suhiect ,
down on the giound. A rev: v-al
fourth ono, w:-o was a smallboy,
was released with a small fine '.for 7.30 p. m., ; 'Weighed ar1 ( o.lrg was in ' progess at the
and a genteel good whipping at , Wanting.'" " j Methodist church over in thechy
Sevvice tomorrow; moini Jg at ' and this cripple dropped 111. He
11 o'clock at All Sainls Episco-jgot caught up and when he
;nt that ankle joint was
the hands of his father.
3Irs. 3IvG'raw Sloens Hontl.
Mrs. Esther McGraw, an aged
widow lady, living w-th her
daughter, Mrs. George K Trout
rhan, in No. 8 townsh'p, died
t'ds morriug. Mrs. McG -aw
was about 75 years of age. She
had been lingering in 3 Ce, bat
tMng against illhealth for several
years thi ihe last coutet
come and she fell into the grasp
of death and into the arms of t:.ie
Savior in whom she delighted as
displayed by a Godly life.
Mrs. McCvaw leaves a large
Lutber Brown Tromoted.
Numbers are glad to learn that
Mr. Luther Brown, who for some
time' has been gradually -working
himself upward m the cotton
mill work, has been promoted
again. He now has charge of
the carding and spanning . at
night in tho now Cannon mill.
C Daris, and also ah5 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. The bap
tismal xil-e will be given at the.
SPAIN'S GREATEST NEED.
Mr. K. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Rev. T . Smith, the pas.or .g in hs wntem .fc
nil hold regular services at Aik s 0. Weak nerves bad
pworth M. E. church tomor- ced gevere ing Ja hft b k
r comes into the wasron
. e - i
Arc Good Smokers.
A writer in the Outlook says
( e l1" Filipino w(y,i;an:
are a 1 ways glad
a m ttrnm
It has been said that Wilkes
county is the hub of tho universe,
and now we hear that North
Wilkesboro has a lady shoe
maker that does the work equal
to any in the State. Mr. R H
Lafferty, who has been clerking
at Hotel Lythia during the sum
mer, is in town and wears a pair
of this lady's shoes and he says
they are ' 'dandies." The state
of Wilkes is the only original.
Situation Uucer!:R Ju Af; 1,
Meager dispatches from South
Africa give uuconfi.rm.od reports
of a battle between th BviL'sh
and the Boors on Natal t'vS'oi-y.
uncertU'iity. . ;v;wr
to j Much
V r. :c :! M.-ih;. orr !!'"'.!..
.;.',-n at worki"!W-'"
, ...... .... " jto .
th-..- . , . - r ; :J:
The oevs dest.ro y -d an
ci..rettc or a sma1! ! exists.
r 1. . ... t ,)-L )rcrnol a: mo "ed trainbut y casiruues
: i. . probability iw not very defmih "!;-known. I
of his head. On using Electric
Bitters, America's greatest blood
&nd nerve remedy, all soon lei't
him. He says this grand medicine
is what bis country needs. All
America knows that it cures liver
and kidney troubles, purifies the
blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim,
vigor and new life into every
muscle, nerve and organ of the
body. If weak, tired or ailing
you n&ed it. Every bottle is
guara' ed, only 50c. Sold at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
that's made right
and wear riht.
They have a rep
A Fresh 15
nnir nv nr. IT
in all sizes fro
I r I
10U OWII seems laey :cmwvva d iuii .vi
IOI1 CilU.Vv'U aCLUlViil IU t . uani
" 1 :
' c o
'.t a h
1 , .
rre 90 or J
v . - 1 M i 111 . .-. 5
, h -bit quickly j then fired 01 it.
! tor. Lion train had reiugce-1
u.su,-i circuni-j plies is not fully kown the'e-
, Tore tho report e;t -ss o' nte
At ri Lov; in i -ihella- u.y at- doubtfui.
Yh:;i:tro cf (' ivtr;!Th f -
Keai- Admiral p:..
hi;, tlair j'au'od down fr(
. F-i-i-.y eve
ea 1 tl ll 8 . s
10 i riliul a
i CAKES s
in lace and
91-S. Snow shoe;
?::a" men ai
' S, ' c f
t 0 tt X H h
Y, v ' ' '
, (I, 1. 1 till Y tl :i i? F, -
t'jiii.o'. w.-; draV:i o a numb'M
L Vv... ;; gr!s 1 etiirro'.ig i'rom
I. . lO y
vvYio c'ooied in drosses of imro
o...j.ol.y down their
t i i : ii. . i .(
1 oranii 1:1 ire w : s 01
p:cLure with deoghi u.i.'i I cai,;)
the thick haze 'hat over-
hu ., i
i "Through the meshes oT er.oh
' -" 1 :
r 11 r !i;i r,
S'ah veil a tube of to'oaci;
Dairyman's As:;; ha is called j -V01T Par of dainty lips
'o.meet at 8 oV.ku 'v in ,., . i irav.e its continual conuibution to
Hall in ihn State cai-: ol on
'Vednesdny. ihe lR-h. Ino-iech-aly
after adJcrmeiH tho
"01 !h Caiohna Hw--ky reedr-s
Association will ijuo.
at 8 o'ciook.
Masoith Ni't H'-r.
Smokes Lodge No.
V" Rv-yuiar Communication
V iMcnday night, 16th, 8
o'clock. Also 'on Tuesday night
for work in M. M. degree, ! ! ! .
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CUltE A COLD JIM UjNE DAY
Take Laxativo Jirorao Quinine Taliiets.
All aru;-ists i,;rund money 11 it fails to
' . ine ,ve.:uin hr B. Q
the cloud of smoke that dwelt
around the little group like a Brethern take due notice
hate of universal sauce on." ' M. Buchanan,
! Secret arv.
Tlie roothing and liea mg prop- !
ertipa of Chamberlain's Cough THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
Jlmenv, its pleasa'. tsto and CHILLS
t:?eujnt ar-.H porir- -rnt cures jojd fver is a bottle cf Grove's Taste-
have Kwide it a reat favorite with less GhillTonic. .ev.;r fai s to cure;,
V 1 -r7 , Then why experiment with sort-:': ;
tho people everywhere. For saie . it tJ -f? Prioe co cenK Yuur
h" ?d. L. jNlarsh a ('o. Druggists. roonev hack if it fails tocure.
Ah-rids of Matr;
way. h.ike Zeu
in Stor---: ;::;, ;i .-.lid. c;i cf loo ,
Vance's w : ! - hev all Mat ten--f-
good but some are better than oihers. See our
Felt. Acma Spring, Perfection, Sea iios, i..v :
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton and Husk last hi,;
meansjleast our Rice Straw with cotton top. the M. '
tor the millions. "We have Ah .-es to spare. -J
feri'-'iceis coming." Don't forget u.. We are unloa'Tii
solid car of Beds today Solid (r ol Springs !; ! v,
We are at your service. rj'a'e look at our lino
Carpets. We are agents for J. iv a. Dobon, . he larjji
Manufacture of the United S:at. K .you ,ia veah y
come, 'Phone orders No. 12.