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0ONCOKD,.N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1899.
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Tm:M SE3II-AXSUAL- REPORT.
THE NEWS OF WASHINGTON.
I drawn upon to make up a State The New Train on the Yadkin.
r tin1 Committee to the State The Expert Explainers Havin Their deficit; that individual corpora- Agent Dusenbury gives us the
viduals; and that taxes are fixed train, which schedule is in effect
at . low and immovable rates, regularly from Oct., 29th. . This
15,.;,M of Chanty isit the Count j,, DayExplanations Fonnd for tho 1 tions are not held liable as nidi- schedule of the new
.;nl .lull I ne Management of Bocr-British Troubles.
. i 1 1 , f .i
I(,t!i uricu uuuu-me augges- prom
oh uri ni.
snm Montsromerv. Mr. W
,u ,1 . ' - 1 . 1 , J 1
ior the "P.vrart. ovnino sciuareiv on the head, wnen ne srreat advantage to parties trav-
w.ujl v JJ All.J A. O A J J - ' i. . t .
onr Regular Coi respondent
Great week for it! Great week ' However, Mr. Dill hit the nail additional train will prove of
i v,.i(lin:rton, and Mr. J M
also explained that the corpora- elinr
,. . t explaining lust how niul whv thp tion laws of N. J. are practically tram, which is a passenger tram
nrr this county to make a semi- Maium Jui novv ana Vny ine ' . A 5V
i rMK)rt ofthe charitable Columbia won, and some ex-' N. G., and that if such laws were exclusively, will leave Salisbury
ul ' 4 nibininff incf ViWnr,i vuT ! enforced, tramn o.nrnorations each morning at 10:55, arrive at
i-l j jv..... wiou L1J v ClllU. r U Y uiu x x ' :
mis county 01 , , " , ,i
i would not be able to exist. All Albemarle at 12:11 and reach
county I T, cfvrtof o of whifih seems verv veaKonablft. Norwood at 12:35. It will return
1 . , ., .i --"v- ji-au vui uui uiuiumttta i ;
l10r.i'' auu ttio jail and made out hayft b(jon lainin how. t0 indeed; and perhaps the commis- each afternoon, leaving Nor
lheil .vport accordingly from , . HI - sion dig some ono wood at 5:55, arrive at Albemarle
100 K noie 01 me I0i-r . I i i. -n n i- u at, fi: 20. reach Salisburv at 7:35.
It was a ' 'sweet boon" to' WI1U Wli' Kmuiy. . 'piaiu wny
Tv. v-eight are now
Then there are the bores with
the laws arc not enforced.
A Hallowe'en Hartr.
The schedule of the regular
train, which is a mixed train,
av;11 contirue the same, leaving
If A i
. ouutv home, which home
; oi nine ouiium.s. len . " --r . Miss e Wn.tsni u-il on Norwood each mornm at 'o:'6U. . inir
: i you what the same mean in Emr-' ...... . -.. I -'-'O
are auiu iu uu u-uu wunv, . . . rri,ne, .m nicrhf. o-ii-o t ;hn r- arrivmir at oaiisoury at y:ou.
io rei:iii tne . . ii i o i : 1 .on
we'en" party to her friends, bho loctvm oanauui ai. x.ou m
! sends out the following unique thc alturnoon and arriving at
, j,. v 111 I I l-lj 111. llVnj llliu VUl j
'; Fnvr, is insane. The
iKY Lrc exjenseof keeping these
.;ur- jut p( rsonsis;1.25perweek.
Vho x peii so to th's county of
:U ;i ",!io is about 500 and has
!U.t ii i'S much as $2,400.
Two veteran soldiers are at
the home C D Alexander, of
the Seventh regiment, Co. H,
and Daniel Myers, of the same
roirinnMit but of Company B.
The hitler receives a pension of
per year. During the last'
six months there has been seven
deaths four from old age, one
irom dropsy, one from paralysis,
and one from a cancer.
Eight inmates are able to as
sist in light work. - They found
that the sick were well cared
for. In this scope of land, used
ior the support of our poor, the
i.'ounty has 150 acres.
As to the religious welfare of
the inmates they found that on
:h ihird Sunday of each month
religious services are held by
Messrs. J H Earnhardt and Thos.
Ah-xprdcr. Besides the num
bers aided by our county at the
: there are about forty paid
i:i a!i;Hin each month, averaging
each one 1.25 per month,
i management of the home by
S":.en;;i indent Sapp well
'. 'i '.-! ?he committee.
i'iH- mil was also visited. Re-
iervices, tiiey louiKi, are
e each month by the Ep
.eiigue of Central Melho-i-cSi.
Not a deatli lias oc-
1 .':! -Mg the last term. The
'!' was favorably im
"d with llie management,
!: iin trovoinents made to
waterworks some time ago
r." made the following ;vag
: .i: "That the county
repair uie snuug
' ' lish, and willing
translation gratis. They are
very strong on such words as
outspan", and "trek", and
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"laager." Especially strong on which is enclosed in an English ncailliliess Xcxt (o (;odiiness.
"laager", only most of them walnut, the nut being neatly it pays to keep your clothes
sp-11 it with one "a". The usual ' wrapped with blue crepe clean and pressed by Alexander
xienarix. oansiacnon aiwayb
"At the home of Mr. W A 1
man on almost any down-town. Smith, October ihitty-first, some' PERSONAL TOINTERS
corner, who will explain (and merry friendly countra folks to- j J
fake tilibusterin": scheme is also tissue:
in full tlower. One can find a
furnish rough diagram) just how
an expedition may be landed,
hang around until there is a gen
eral fight, and then dash in and
gobble a few diamond mines.
And the beauty of it all is, , that
it doesn't matter whether Boers or
or British win, just so the police
are busy. Sime as syntax, and
safe as working in a, powder mill.
Here's the expedition, (Washing
ton has plenty of them forming);
there are the diamond mines, of
which the Transvaal has plenty
already formed. All one needs
"to connect", is the dash and
First Assistant Postmaster
General Heath hove in sight on
Wednesday and spent a large
segment of the day in explaining
his statement to the Republican
Editorial Association of Michi
gan, in regard to the offer of an
army commission to Mr. Aguin
aido. Officials of the War Depart-
gether will convene to burn their
nuts, an' pou . their stocks, an'
hand their Hallowe'en.
Mr. W A Wood is spending
today in Charlotte.
Mr TK Ti1 "R.rvcrpyc wont, over
Will you be there that very Chariotte this m0rning.
. The lads sae trig wi' wooer
babs; weel knotted on their
Re?. Hogc's SerVices Appreciated.
The . Stanly' Enterprise, in
speaking of the protracted meet
ing there, has the following:
"As a result there have been
about sixteen confessions and
three baptisms. Rev. B Lacy
Hoge, of Concord, assisted Mr.
,McKaughan in the work, and his
sermons have called forth con
siderable favorable comment.
He is a good preacher, and is a
vigorous apponent of all that
he regards as wrong. We trust
that much lasting good will re
sult from his work in our midst."
It Was Fun at First.
There was a
Mr. A P Hartsell arrived
here last night to spend Sunday.
Mrs. L R Pruett and chil
dren, of Charlotte, are visiting
Mrs. B Lacy Hoge.
Mrs. W G Boshamer re
turned home Friday night from
Charlotte after spending two
Mr. J W Brown, of Clinton,
S. C, who spent several days
here last week, is here' again to
day. He returns home tonight.
A m m
nient say that such an offer was street Friday which alt
. t . - 1 . . TT ,vnU nn,-p . , , .. H I, .. .
never made. .ir, iuam f attention oi iiuiuuo.n.
that he did not choose his lan- 1 ymall child of Mr. S'joodniaiii
rraco carefully enough: that lie was riding his donkey Uirou-rh j
siuijdy alluded to the thae when the streets in a very do;
( - n
'' the county home by
,: and retlooring it.
couutyhome be insured
o.u :;:3.U00. That one
iVibles bo furnished, to the
paupers at the county home as
"'.v 1: ve no Bibles or other
matter riven them."
i - i 'fill Workers.
Cheerful Workers of the
' church will have their
: missionarj7, exercises
; evening at 7:C0 o'clock.
5' con. of Charlotte, will
' an address on Missions,
iiieetin will be held of special im-
ftnc- to Ptln"nn frm"o-l.f nf 0 oVInnt-
make it his duty
"ii M :
as to pcram-
Dewey was not ye1 "our Dewey", V iy. But the donkey
and Air could have fought the know our laws
Cninvrk rlihplr hv iowl with hnl.'iHn? and let his feci ti
i jpiuimi ij i1' "- j " J cd
the Americans. He explains that ground not intended fnv donkoys
w" ' '
yji t 111 111 1 1
we are prep area
to fill your wants.
Ribbed vests and
drawers, 50 per
cent wool, only
suits, 48c, ?5c.
and 98c. All
kinds of Child
ren's union s uits
suits in wool
or cotton. We
have durable tin
people, was given before the In- Cures ga- t:.
dUStnai uomuussiuu mio p.. on earctl. aocct ao-'S.
;-v;" l.i.i-1 t fh
1 '' pres'.;;!.
C. L. White, C. C
the newspaper men took him too and as a resuit
literally. The newspaper men dollars was paid
nnriit. not to hi thai. They jail r? net or for the an!
newspaper men for that sort of the sidewalk.
thing, in Gormany. ,
Another bit of explaining,! Red Hot From tie Gin
which has not attracted much at- Wa; ii no m,
tention. but which should be of it" caused horrible Ulcer that r . t--Pt
Avn-n ment helped for 20 yen n- ine
some uiLurobc iu uii; iuih.-c a mi nn. Halve ce.' -u him.
I) ll'&icu o - ...
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It is one of the most interesting guarantefd. boM a, f e.zer a it
little items the commission has store
has ground out in some time.: Millions Given Away.
Mr. James B. Dill, a New York It is certaiuiy -ratyin- to the public
f fiv.e cancer in tne lanu wno
attorney, appeared ; uuiuic n7rfllH to be generons to the
needy and sniYerinpr. . The proprietors
oibr. KinsXcw Discovery for Con-j
sumption, Con;lis iin
-iven away over ten million trial bot
tles of this Srcit medicine ; and have the
satisfaction of knowing it has -absolutely
cured thousands of hopcle ei-;
sthma, Broi:ciilLs llojipem-suu an
diseases of the Throat, Chest auu
are surely cured by it. Call .u ..;itz. j ,
Drn- store and et a free trial m Ulo.
Kesular size r,0c. and i. w uui
tie guaranteed, or puce refunded.
i .o j
' and see t3io:::.
H. L. Parks k Co
Vvrorids of Mali esses in stock and a solid car of 100 on the
way. Like Zeb Vance's whiskey all Matteressos :to
irood but some are better than others. See onr T?nyrl
commission as an expert on tne
corporation laws of New Jersey.
Mr. Dill explained why New
Jersey is so popular with the cor
porations. Briefly summed up,
his reasons are as follows: The
fact that the State has a money
surplus, making it unlikely that
resident corporations will be
Pprfpet.ion. 'Sea Mo. Pin
X V; I ( , iivmu ' ' -
PnrlWl Hair.' Cotton, Cotton and Husk last but ly
meanslleast our Kice Straw with cotton
for the millions. We have Ma;tresse. to
frtvA,ioic orm'nr Don't, foriret' us. W o are unlonding
solid car of Beds today Solid car of Springs last w
We are at your service. Take a look at onr Ivm" :d
Carpets. We are asrents for J. Sz J. Doson. ;he large-t
Manufacture of the United States- n If you lirven't tmiu to
come. 'Phone orders No. 12.
elL narns ol uo