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CONCORD, K C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1S99.
Single Copy 5 Con'."
Till: MTtS (F WASHlMJTuN.
jh Do;; - vt' Our Hiirhest Officials
'r i Transvaal Trouble,
i (,!!t 'it -pillar Ooi respondent.
j m pink and yellow papers, from 1 WADDELL ON THE SENATORSHIP. ' Kor
pink and yellow petticoats, from
1 1 .1 1 a W . 1 A .
societies for the promotion of " -""e uiiueru.-riaini.on.
pioty among pugilists, and from! . i.1"?"
a ivi vvacujoii writes ine
rafts of other snlf.nrP
-i , i . i I ij. mi i vi IIOIU
, .spuptmswecK, idiots. They have petitioned
.on, and 1 lie performance filrk pn,,M ...... ,
- -vy j- iuoiuuuu lu siiuiu oy nm
II 1 Iw: nono nminlni' -. u
,.,;x"u r 1
Wheeler against the
se With Five Feet.
An interesting freak of nature
was exhibited at Brown Bros,
-table Thursday evening. It is
Raleh News and Observer as i horsejith five perfectly formed
1 1 1 nsiinl noniilnr . J
11 land, to rjrotect t in Floors fn
4 v w " "v
ui;eiuer wilii it ev- send Joe
& WllOle out.fi it. nnrl tn lonH V o
v c 1 r -i T X TPv 1 . ' " A v J.vxiVA uiu
.acjviniey, jj., nas
Wilmington, Oct. 17.
in i1 from his t
' , countenance to the proceedings Qfof , 11
our of the one . states senatorship, (although
i almost every conceivable wav T
! feet. The supernumerary foot is
To th a-tacnec tne nside of the
i V) a e i uaoLvji jUJiiU Ul Lilt; lliillU 11U11L
editor: As oae oi the persons !f rr.J
whoso names have been published le" Thf. hoof ant liastor are
in connection with the Un.ted J !11?Zf1 OT f-Ur
but are about the size of a six-
irmr . . - - uivntii a-ii.1 cult, vut JBlieciiV
T T !! j i " i-vy itti4-I-.-wi-i4- n4 i J? .... T x . n
'litis, ana win continue ,i r vvimuuu auuiuiny cis inr cis ciui -?.,i
- UL , short of wearin g a.m on nolo T?nf . J. lormed.
j 1 .11 T ,;TIT O uu
!il0 run. oi ;no o-a urama, "Wor-,,. ,,,.. 'i x i W "of Catawba conntv.
ttti .. t-t "1U -- iVuom 11U8 UUU ltJUllHU. U 1x T 1 ! I
The animal is a; native
I have said to in-!
v - TJ,1 TVTo . urai iuu uuby ( vdi.nlswlmhnvo QnnVnnfn mo KOV. l , ) . J. KitcillC Jiarrieu.
v,n rumored on the "Rialto", 1 0 f te NoiSSS ,1 T 011 the viz: ov' W W J Ritie
lh:nMr. McKinleybe asked to j'S hfs Soor will h- L That if the next democratic ned on Wednesday, the 25th, we
,v i iv:um eivement of this ' f 1 ? S P i kfP state convention, in accordance harn from Our Church Paper,
.(ilt a tuu. iiLn.taiuit ui LiiLs ;frC3i1 until then ext national nlop.-1 -xi -. p . . .An a,..o tjii at
,i i a .i..'...i n.i. i. i ... , nfi -psn nn ot tho nT. iv; iuiss -rvuiici jLt;uiit;i. ui ihv
t i A 1 ' 1 fl.l 1.
imc oiu ciassic. iiumirai ociiLev,
I a little barn-storminir
; ilie veek. making a brief
n -a ''uce in his native place
7redo rick, Md., the town of
reitehic and Stonewall
favor of the elec- j Market, Va. Rev. Mr. Ritchie
Feiators by the TvTill take the Burlington charge,
J;..'i,ii fame The gallant Ad-
rii'-al - howed to a large business!.
ui the Frederick county fair, and
. " ;Ki"iy divided the public in
prest with abuormal animals and
But the star feature of the
v.hcN' continuous performance
was the return, as the late la
mented A. Ward would have put
. of our "Gay Saler Boy", Ad
TnTal George Dewey, on whom
W:shini' t m claims the copy
right. The Admiral is feeling
:ou ki)oorly" to take any more
.;tants just at present, and, as
aisholulay is over, will stay at
home and at :end to some of the
duties for which the American
people pay him. And little do
tiaw ''begrudge" him, by the
His future work will be
lurp'ly in connection with the
Philippine commission. In re-
: to the Dewey home, the
'tiiUihtro in charge, after much
t avail, finally selected house
17 f'hode Island Avenue,
N: v,' ,-st. known as the Fitch
" Mi" 't.. It is a very satisfac-
y -!Mii je, and, for a wonder,
-w: uin of the available fund
' -iVor,.(i tiQ cost complete.
On Thursday evening Dewey
'V::-.1 the i)erformance at the
f'olnaihia Theatre, and made his
first appearance on any stage
v;h"n he wont behind the scenes
the invitation of comedian
Francis Wilson, and met the
timbers of the company ren
deriug an operatic version on
the half-shell of "Cyrano de Ber
gorac." Cousin George told Mr. Wil
son that he envied the latter in
hi-s ability to make a speech,
thereupon the funny man hu
moroiisiy offered to write the na
va hf.j-o a book of speeches
: 1 to all possible occasions.
iMv of the misfortunes of
famous mariners, who
However, the State -Depart- tion
ment came out with an official j pe0ple, sliall order party pri- recently vacated by Rev. V Y
ine ciiecL ttiat our policy xnaries to ascertain the will of Boozer.
during the war will be distinctly the democrats in the sHb'. I ex-1
"hands oil", an announcement j pect to be a candidate; hut if the
mat an sfiiMuiu iuik liiiu aiieuay . macumc metiioct ot securing
anticipated. Great Britian has ' members of the legislature
not yet made a formal request pledged in advance is to be pur
that this country take charge of ; sued, I will not be a candidate,
the interests other citizens in! 2. That the primaries ourrht .to
Cleanliness 'oxt to Godliness.
It pays to keep your clothes
clean and pressed by Alexander
& Hendrix. Satisfaction always
UliiiLll 1 mil ;
Boer territory during the war.
Still, Mr. Tower, the British
charge d'affaires, has done con
siderable visiting to the State
Department, and it is believed
that there is an under-standing
to that effect between the coun
tries. Our consuls, will also have
something to do in looking after
our own interests. There are
fully 1,000 American citizens in
the Transvaal and Orange Free
State, and these are, as a rule,
men of large affairs, represent
ing American manufacturing and
exporting concerns, besides in
vestments in the . gold and dia
Hon. Algernon Sartoris, "late"
Capt. U S V I., and A DC, the
British grandson of General
Grant, has "writ to the papers"
several times this week, .taking
up the argumentative cudgels in
behalf of dear old England.
Washington society girlies' say
that Algy's contributions are
be held, and the Senatorial can
vass conducted after the August i for a two days' vacation.
Marshall Mabery is at home
-Mr. Henry McAen, of Char-
election, and not before.
3. That I am not making any olto, spent last night here.
canvass, and will not do so until i
I know whether there are to be
primaries or not. j
4 That I will cheerfully unite!
Mr. and Mrs. E CBarchardt
returned home last ni3rhtfrom
with all other aspirants in a WhUe) of China' Crove? we
pledge not to solicit, directly, lftre today.
any vote until after the August T ,, , 1
O uuu i.i vii L, KJ iiivj j. j iciuiuuu
home this morning from Shelby
no , where he wa& attending court.
m my opinion,
man worthy to be a senator would
Mrs. Elam King went over
u iUi -re i- i. 4 1, I ' o
nuiu mm umcc cuiiu,u iu uu; fo Charlotte this morning to
a ma i Oxicy of his own ; visit, lipr father. Mr. R M White.
If there is any more candid or
plainer way to state my position
on the matter than this, I do not
Alfred Moore Wnddell.
The Vacancies Filled.
A meeting of tho directors of
the Bala mill was held Thursday.
The office of secretary and treas
ury has been vacant since the
i death of Mr. Geo. W Patterson.
Rov. J C Davis returned
homelast night from. Monroe,
where he attended the Convocation.
The cool i
Uncierwe ar wild
we are prepared
to fill your wants.
Ribbed vests and
drawers, 50 per
cent wool, onlv
95c. suit. Fine
TV f v. TT T? Unvi'ic irnc nnn cir tr !
equal to anything that Joe Cham-! fiU tho vacancv Ml, Gco L,
berlain ever dreamed of doing, j Patterson was ected to ml thc j
They are really too cute for any- vacancy as director. j
A Keck on the adKin Koaii.
At Woodside, a station on the
Yadkin railroad, there was a
Wilson Goldston Jlarriaw.
On Thursday night at the home j ht wreck today (Priday)j
of Mrs. (jrOia6ton on iNonn
Church street Mr. J R Wilson, of
The engine was derailed and
the Dassenerers failed to reach
Rock Hill, and Miss Lula Gold- j salisbUry in time to make con-
ston, of this place, were married j
by Rev. J D Arnold. The groom
arrived at 9.45 o'clock that night
and soon afterward the marriage !
1 MM 1
ren's union suits
suits in wool
or cotton. We
ha,ve durable un
have been vorv
laeK .i :
iHose; there are
no better to be
found. Drop in
and see them.
H. L. Parks & Co.
nection with other in 'ns.
Rev. Boozer to be Installed.
Rev. V Y Boozer will be in- j
. ... -, mi ctnllp'd next Sunday morninsr at
vows were aam mister ea. ine : ?- ' " , ' f
j- t. St Paul's E L church, as sue-,
groom has for some time been an Dl- rdUls ' I
employe1 at the Odell' mills ; cessor uo ,v. - r -
here. Miss Goldston is 11 i tor of that charge; ReyC B M l
known in that part of out townjler, as president of th, Noilh
Rhp is a Carolina oynou, uuiwawug
recently tooted their mega-1 naT'T Vn r . :
)k,110 f iv i - 1 sister of Mr. Eh Goldston. The
!10!s too melodiously, it is dif-i , x x
f ' I ii Imp H rm o jit,
riJlt to see why Dewey should
" N l 1r shake his present secur
; ljy Plastering the art of mak
siKvches. Fame may be a
,::"!':"- but it is not thc hardest
UU)V:( that attains it.
' i-i v.-oli known that the Pros-
' a L I i ; '. i'C.iAi lrn1 .- ...nii.nl... .i I- I
unuu oi tut jiumiiu i
f petitions concerning
-o" -.pleasantness in
r -nsvaal. Thev'have come
NO CURE. NO PAY .
couple has gone to his home at ; Th.it is the way all drnsrgists sell
1 & moCd Phill Tnnin for chills
uruve iiiMcicoo w-"- . -
Annual Inspection Notice.
The members of the Cabarrus
.. i -r -t
and Malaria. It is simpjy iron ana
Quinine in a tasteless lorm. nimren
pove it. Adults refer it to bitter, nau
leatinft Todies Price. 50c.
Red Hot From the Gun
Black Boys military company j ya8 the ball that hit G. B. Stadman
an, urgently requested to be atJ.CW
their armory tomorrow alter- ; ment beipeu for 20 years. Then
Dtuve curcu xiixu.
,1 1.1 -r- 11 t., .l.l
1 n .. -.Tn ! Art Ir T r CI , fill II i X : 1 i II H1CU a iii uiiv.-
tjuiich rr ,wu. annual inspection. i Felons, Corns. bKinrnpnou. jjw
naranteed. SoW Fetzer's Drng
Worlds of Matresses in stock and a solid car of 100 on the
way. Like Zeb Vance's whiskey all Mat'teresses are
good but some are better than others. See ' our Royal
Felt, Acma Spring, Perfection, Sea Moss, Pine Fiber,
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton and Husk last but by no
meansjleast our Rice Straw with cotton top, the Mattress
for the millions. We have Mattresses to spare. Con
ferenceis coming. Don't forget us. W 3 are unloading a
solid car of Beds today Solid car of Springs last week'.
We are at your service. Take a look at our line of
Carpets. We are agents for J. & J. DoV-on, :he terg:
Manufacture of the United States- If you haven't time to
come, 'Phone orders No. 12.
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