Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, November 04, 1899, Image 1
l4! 1 "TV 'A. ass. i yf4 ill I1 0 La efts fite y?5! v u W TT St V V5 .... 2 r m Ml ft: CONCOHD, N. C, SATUll DAY, NOVEMBER 4, IS99. Single Copy a CeDts ,:! K,:5UVE,- I T,,P I!i,m' l i T(-'"".v MSI. ! With 1!,, (rcHos Tomorrow. e Ol John's tilO ol'U, WllOU one. Misenheimor passed' lnusic vo their do :it -i at his homo. j sires gratified as will those wh( VT j m -, . i . . V X T I ) 1 i' , - . ' ' . 1 i . 1 -t I i v - . - :Mi .innt r i .ivsds .wav 1UAO "aui. iii.iu is tno date KexruJar servicr-s win bo held i 2 A.v. v! 71? vrars. j for concert of our band in 1 at tne First Presbyterian church the hulnmarks ' Caton's hal1- A Sood pro -ram ' mov 'llh antl night by t i , ! of niiK r lma l-,,, i . avuv. i jl uiiiubniu, oi ijrreens- cliurcli and com-r 1S boon arranged : oro 1 roir.ovod at 0 o'clock somcinillS that will suit every Tho , n Ihe lovers of onir-lr niwl Ut-;h ,,i., . 4- ' row morning and tomorrow night at St. James Lutheran church. Regular services both tomor row morning and night at Cen tral M. E. church by the pastor, Rev. J. E. Thompson. Rev. J. D. -.w;ia will hold regular services at Forest Hill M. E. church tomorrow morning and night. Rev. T. TV. Buruli, the pastor, will hold regular services at Ep worth M. K church tomor row. Rev. W. B. Oney will hold services at St. Andrews Luth eran church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Tli ere will be regular services at the Baptist church tomorrow morning and tomorrow night by the pastor, Rev. B Lacy IToge 1 "S" .r Mil 10 i t n i Wish Soff" siAVOrt c))ii!c ;:!iag iicaiui nae au-i -,-..-...10. ; ,;,,, !YL. somo voar.;j Toro will be several vocal ond was lobe looked for 1 Solos rcil(-lered b.v our homo . t . -, , , t.alont. will 1 nil PfcnnnvininiAiit Kir : :iuv nonotb t ut wiiat ' -w.-uui.m.iu .1 to bodrci.tk'd bv sucli j i ovi'r iinii in faith .Hid persevering in trial, vaiive, genial and kind in - bearings? He suffered a. ad death is to be looked :, as a friendly message. ,,r. Miseiiheimer liad passed hi. throe score years and ten, he'::;g 7; years of age. lie leaves a wife and five liv- at r at niLr ciiiiuit'ii. vr. iirs. m Mo. S I) talon the band. Besides the band music and vocal solos, our people will have a chance to hear one of the best of llute soloists Mr. Harry As bury, of Charlotte. Mr. Asbury is highly recommended by his instructors and the press and will please his audience here. Remember this program is for the benefit of the band, which organization lias for months lie ,so, Mrs. RC Bo-er, Mrs. A ' boen endeavoring to become a )avvau!t, Dr. C A Mien- ot vhich1 could n T T T tool proud, and so lot the peo- i;cr and Mr. V -N Misen- , . , , L V;i funeral rites w-U be ob it at St. John's church to w at 10 o'clock and the re- will l)e laid to rest amid : hers. ( ! ( olcinan Interviewed. Fred Olds, the Raleigh e-.rmdont to the Charlotte ' lias the following: sidoiit AVa.i ren Coleman, of tl.i CoU-man Cotton Mill at Con cord, is here. He says the 7,000 Miladies and l."0 looms are in 1'iV plac but that it will bo six v.veks before the mill bcgins op-ei-aiioiis. The delay is duo to th.' incomplete shafting. The man who hadthe contract to put dib in broke the contract be- ;ai-e of the advance in prices and another contract had to bo made. The mill will be operated t-ntirely by negro labor. Cole v.iiWi sa's the employes, 350 in number, have already been se lected. He has employed two v. hit.' bosses and a negro boss. On-' of the white men is from Lev-., "s J;:cksou?s Troubles Ovcrstalled. A rumor having gone abroad vcr the country that Mrs. Stone wall Jackson is absolutely pen 1 : V'-n in want and hopelessly ill and blind. Mrs. Jackson stated yesterday to the Observer, in re-hio-e on. that these statements art" very much exaggerated. It i - ;h:H- slie is not in affluent ( i; ( urasiances but she has a com-I'e'.-ncy an( ias always been : , vrant. Her health is some ' ' i improved and she is not n: 1. ;jough still suffering from ;- ' bd'ul disease facial neural--.Viiovi'als having been made pie lend them encouragement now by giving them a crowded house. 1 Six New Cruisers. Washington, Nov. 1. Bids wore opened at the Navy De partment today for the construc tion of six sheathed and coppered cruisers authorized by the last naval appropriation bill. These vessels will be of about 3,200 tons displacement, a little larger than the Raleigh and Cincinnati class. The speed is to be not less than 16- knots. The new ships will have twin screws and a battery composed of ten 5-inch guns, eight G-pounders, two 1 pounders and four machine guns. The limit of cost fixed by Con gress, exclusive of armament, is 1,141,S00 each, and it 1 is xro vided that not more than two of these vessels should be built in one yard. Among the bids were the following: Win. R Tragg & Co., Richmond, Va., one vessel department's plans, 1,0-7,000. Same company, bidders' plans, one vessel for 1044,000, speed guaranteed 18 knots. Two ves sels, same typo, for 937,000 each. Same company, bidders' plans, one vessel for 1,073,000. Same type, two vessels for 1,027,000 each. Same company, bidders' plans, guaranteed speed of 19 knots, one vessel for 1,059,000. Two vessels, same type. 1,039, THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR CHILLS and fever is a bottle c Grove's Taste less Chill Tonic. Never fails to enre; Then wby experiment with worthless imitation.-? Price 50 cnts. Your money back if it fails to cure. A Donation to Cat Rwha College. . At a recent mooting of the Po- "vr the South for her relief, j tcmac Synod of the Reform Jackson is anxious that church at Baltimore. 5,000 was - ; s-ato of the case should , .v,.riated to Catawba college of. . i:. a:sk is nr. willing to : ,;s $rto. mv uoo'i.t ' ns oof?;t Subject for 11 a. m., "Does the Christian's Soul at Death go Directly to Heaven. ': Subject for 7.30 p. m., "False Gods.'' Rev. Cochran Preston will conduct services at Cannonville Presbyterian church tomorrow morning. Tomorrow night at 7.15 o'clock he will preach at Forest Hill church. The session will meet at the evening service to receiqe new members. Study It Ont. Hero is a higly interesting par adox, which may amuse or be wilder, as the case may be. It is supposed to have been in vented by Socrates: A. says that all Athenians are liars. A. is an Athenian and there tore a liar. Therefore his statement that all Athenians are liars is not true, and consequently all Athe nians tell the truth. A. is an Athenian, and hence tells the truth. Wherefore his statement that all Athenians are liars is true. Therefore he is a liar and his statement false, and so on. PERSONAL POINTERS. Mr. Gus-Hartsell came in this moriing to spend Sunday. Mr. Will Holt, of Lexington, was hero a short while this morning. Mr. D J Weisiger, represent ing the Old Dominion Line, is. hero today. Rev. W C Alexander, who left last night for Baltimore, will return about the middle of next week Rev. E E Gilles;--, cf Greensboro, arrived this morn ing to preach at the Presbytc- nan churcn tomorrow. The Leading Sly! 8 1 ' Vv r. s.j Is capes or jackets whichever you may prefer 1 11 1 if you wr-nt to" be real swell iivo Jr.cVrets a li't-o pref erence. Cur buyer ha: .i;1 re turned fl'C 111 lliS t CCC lid tl ij. U: New York tii's set .1. a lid lit n i. ! re sult. You wd' l-"!,:i!!v ' " r-s e's.d 1, j at the showing. We nevr -aw tin or capes and jacl:ets so cheni). Wo show a fairly good capo. iur trim med collar, only 'Jc, worlii double. One hundred Plush caes worth 81.50. as long as we have this lot, only l)Sc. At l.-Js. 8i.ps :W s.'O up to 87.50 wo show you unparalelled vahn-s. Th.en corner J-ickets Our Jackets fit and are one-third less in price that other rollers ask, or we do not say buy. Fine Kersey Jackets in bh.e, Vac k or tan; 87.50 ones go at 4.98 and 5.00 ones at s:;.;;. They are nicely lined and well made. I r 1 j iwA'.f ,.1. if ill' Wo have just received a large lino of Furs Such as Collaretts, Muffs, Scarfs, Boas, and clusters. . They are all tine goods and moderately priced. ..:-,;.i y tJLSX tti -A i 1 I I V, Y V: A Fine Dress Goods ! Have you any dress goods wants? Well here is a golden opportunity. Wo have just two prices to mako spocial mention cf. At this price we have tU a great var., :y 01 col ors in solids and Plaids. They are 36 and 40 inches wide and every piece is worth 35c and loc. All will be placed on the 25c counler. About 15 piei f s very IOC vc41l;l--0-tail-y or made sv. iWy s. black crepons. etc. Come ard so f(?r your self. Wo can not describe them but there is not a ri o bs- what icirnvtiTrnnfl TOp Ynnr choico 39c. These are v'rm: you..- JO - til V V IV JLJL VA. W the bargains are here, black and colors. Large line of velvet and : vraist in L P k s C omo y. XL ' A F res h lists ii t 1 o OF ' i t .1 ; -tiiniral :o:i for lujr in "liarlottt? 01)sej'ver Mrs. Willow's Soortiirp: Svmp has of U.vn od Ur ovLi- ityjttirs u ihjj- while tc ethiiifr, with poi fc-et success. It softous tao gums, 9 Kt allays all pain, care? mi'im! colic, and is the best remrdv for .Dian k:' It wiL M ft wj J X j & 11 NO CU1U1 KO PAY , ': t-,o vt v all clrur?n"st,s sell' r-lievet!)e !'.r little r immeih' is . i 1 I Our cousins on the other side are able to take care of themselves just like Bell, Karris & Co. are for all your wants ; in the Furniture line. With three solid cars of Furniture, two -ars of springs, two cars of chairs, one car of Mattressc s. you need not I -.rori' about hi .h prices on furniture, and for T1- v .-. ' ". tlx- famous Leader line, Gate City, Iron F I trpy V'c.od Rt.aters and Coal Heaters all bought -l : . r K - : a :-iv: us a chance wo will sell you. Clocks, li lime is money you should have a ca;c '., Furniture of nil kinds. Hall Furnituie. FilHum sum it up we have anythiug you want. Pictures are strictly in it. Call and see. r or o i. :-Chill Tonic for chills , utfly. iv.l ,1 1 y (7i v.-;:'- . - t-iy vavi n:v. iu cimply jr, , nt(l n!'!'o world. IVcuty-livo cents a hot- j !i i: c (-,, -. f, (u.ivirr ?o i for ''Mrs. Uin-j r- J . I-- -til 1 AT ! a B 1 li Ii 9 is n Lf fO ,-:-? I i f r, jr. 1.1 - 1 1.