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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1899.
MpC ft M Jfe fljll II $k
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.MAinnA(;::s in faith.
a si:;i;ulaii case.
, in 'ilv Stanly Enterprise J The First WetMhig Ceremony in the Xer ! A Gentleman in Our Count v Carries a
T " IS!fn fT Inleildod ! 1:('f45i;m wa Sti AI- I Ludy the Second Time-Ills First Wife
i LOOKS BRIGHTER IN THE PHILIP-
! Hir.s u-to His Collection.
' article, says tho ; V,'tten for The Standard,
r'-rver, .vill appear' Faith, Nov. A corn-stalk
Foj:nl to 'e I iv!,r. Hence He Sought
a lilvoree froi Her.
There is rather a sins?u?ar case
Is-iie of TIu St;nilviCimosU' tt boats tho world in in our count v now somewhat
4 . .
Ag'iniialdo Surrounded and His Son
The best news from the Philip
pines is that our troops have
Aicuinaldo surrounded and have
in1 r,.) i t m ' " ' captured his son, who is his sec-
,s ...,a' foimd by J T : similar to one which appeared in i 1
M'e'n 1(1 JWyatV ' ti,is 1laco' Avho buys ! one of the New York pap-rs
"J -' ;-y ( oveiytii7i - of ti'i0 kind ho finds. quite a while a:;o, involving a
. !' ! I i r. . i . . "...,., '
Q . , i ; , , 1 -''.V1 has bought 4,000
!'Mi M' M" "ai1 lhur-' kul'an arrow-lioads from the lit
' ' ''.'"J'. 110 c:p.v!:-;-i m Rowan and ad-
;' -V'y W- AvTO4
i'"s!!vl lv' him inn
lady in an adjoinin;: county.
Tlio case of Vv'I;lch vro poak is
that of Mr. W S ('raver, who
. !:ss ..., "A Peeler v as married
to :.:r. v ;! rame; and her sis- a ladv. Thev
t v 'l , is:
lives out at the Bala mill. Quito a i r ,
. i'vaiupy. bad i-ads and Gen.
number of vears a- o ,:e marrie''. ; ' ' . rt -. 4l
J , e- says the enterprise ana t!io
Considerable amounts of pro
visions have been captured.
Our troops arc pressing the
enemy vigorously amid' 'much i RS f I 3 j? f " T
(t. Ivontaico in the wav of fot ! V'i s M
THE BEST PHESCrJPTTOT FOR
lens Chill T"?iie. Never f? . to .-nre;
Then why 'iioriUitiiL v .r.,i.k.sd
imitatioij.-? Pne 50 co::ts Ycnr
roonev if it fiiils toor.rt-
1 - A
io sepu.aiec , T will disnlaved bv I
vnes Ieeler. was t and aflcr a C; :: iderable porioa ! .. n. " I
. . . AC ' ' . . ; ukj ot- us was never excelled. ;
.u i ; eii i - .;r. ; .awson . 'cco::ibs or l ir,:. navnii: reasons to tnir i-r ;
; . -, -, i 5 i. : v i
ir: for!!-a lion
a --y'l'1"";'' a.
von n v oi
..-1 , i c etary noot is delight, ett ! f r?jt- ; k . i
;:H!uy at U:.,J oVJock j ll.;;t ln wiu- as dead, ho mar- wKb tMuiltiou. IH)M,f.M t
!;"M1' KQV- J MLiri1:- Mis;; Lill.; y ,,,0 is onablo hope that UkURMUf
' ..i-vorly. !ki- tho coivmony and j B1;.H. .vcir.cr. After hi, socoiul AgIliu..ki0 , ,m bo captuix-d.
man V CO'l.iri'atula.tlcns. dn-m nr. , '-o-; Iho fivt wifo. fniinfl ; tvt' i t . . .-! .A'.. i
.:n., Wo li n ' ' ' 1 ivinfji ctomoranzaiioii pro vans
" ' ' "; H was announced, and tho writer to b b 1r.- and he wa,: i:ov a : . u1. t , .
oi- o4 hor d-siii,MT-: d J, . , - "',-'5 niicated b piisonoi. and
v sa ;
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michI t-o ('onduct m ii
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.-'vij'.xi i liiJf.i.y ' ; v' I i 1 1! : 1 Hi L(i LS U Wi YO.S. iii deSOl'tCrS
t . .'UUJ'ilL LiiOSC Oil- ; wv)
j 1 ,
prep.- r:-d o vj, v' :lav ' tho l-r.v. which
ys s a v,mhl have 1. ' dainM'ia:, ari-y ;
t oi friends and rohir.vs i o-ivine4 4,h b''f ;hy cas.. In r-- :
m it v;ore me:abc-rs r;1)r0sxnt to Avh.ie-s tho ocaa.-on. (,.n,i in n:,. ., i,,v
Mr. W 0 Lindsay, of Sails-
,,M"msuL !- Wo wish t.h-.a a lonir and 'b.airov . ,r,. v ...V i, 4i... ;
lie I a . . , : )
1 t !l V '
4 1 . ui v. is hero today.
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v u ."- tliii i O.? f 1 uJ I i loft i . 1 f - : ) i - ( i 'i i . t
Mrs. F V Barrier ivtarnod
S; lisbury last night.
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'r':r,3,,i' f lvl'10- Thcso erG thG fit ! vorce to his lirst wife and tho
coi.il a.s to get married in the j SOcond marriage was declared I " -slr- has- M. Ull":V' 01
h part an burg, was Here touay.
Mr. K J Davis spent last!
: iasy Reformed church.
null. So on las' Saturday evon-
b'avid lutciiie and wife inn. KS, v J McLaughlin, who
I nijrnl nere ami ioxi uns inornn.
! a.id !h tie nine-vear-old dauhler r.-,-;o a-.t nt tVio T'-iln. mill iw- i! n!,!
i'laye Miing at his brother's, IMr. formed the c t oniony, nub ing ! for Ahomarki'
:IJ "'vies Ritchie. Tlioy camo from ! P; i Pra v, -t an-' M.-'sslVaick -I Mr. Harold -'Shea; well, who
I Mitcl'ol! ccanly by private con- I welder. :sow Mr. Craver 1 n,y an- hf spending several d,ys
I ... . .. , o. i . ! nere. went over to Ciiarlotie i!iu
. ee.r i i-xin y m .. m.;, ikuii u.ir ; .voroci to tnree mariaae vows, . 0.
aye s i n-aian
i t !
!i4pr rodi her little pony all i (Pics.
!i vet with only two diii'erent la-
' . .. ..-ntas-jiu'rexvr--;
...r, , -. .1 ,l ? ;
's I ? i ; wa.y "laai'eba.ck. She learned j
V j ' : ; ah': out in the Indian T ?rri- . j;o (Vr.ti-:ii tH";
1 a ":
-" ! to"va . '
1 : ' 'ah-y-
a a::'1'- tt'"-' ; sucn !
lyyx as tho lasoiiic,
f Py I::,i. Had like (r
y s. He- d(Mi nt an-
however, as he has ex
- hi pubiio jirint (not in
: ' ij ta-ion; i moinbi. rs ot
hps latthig tiioii4 at ten: ion
:-yoirdei- sin pass and ah
!; far attiaitlon to chureu
'i I-i'- In; iV Utile h; I'liVct Here.
I it is orouyy ;h i we w
the shower of ir.e-ei
V lit i I
; i u
; ' i .
:-aect Here. tli(' slUnVi'' (,: --'!(! OF - f T- - "
d in the ChinaL( "" ;-- --g
THlouco Monday a3Tllll-PiJ!r'nls lor :- :';o, ,; i a'yuoi .111!';.;,, i - .r'
sv.Iem of ni-UR at me CoiukJ o)-ce and ni ir-v4Vv
re, whoroby tho to i! re.idcncos will bejWIC HUUv , tllllig 119.
it was noted in the China
"t .1 1 . i Jl ' li:.ui.i i : j i
irovo eta'r ';ono(niee .Monuav
( ak had oomnie
t a-.-on mill the
- . 1n ir, v ,111 oi runic. So lisha) now lorvoarl X
onerae, ives iio not v orlv until ai u p1.
id'ht, but en l their week's work j "" " "" fi ,
early Friday morning, neverthe- An Unusual SiaM hv lUmL S0g0!0 i
less trot pay for six days. To! A bad scene greeted the eyes
: lo not- y.:C
- (tf our l)p.-,'
!!' 1U i.;)iS.
ai in isters
oaM'iboiS of t.hose secret
" :-i's have expressed the same.
' M; -s riot been done in sec red
: ':' with a pur)oso to injure, but
c ' taa t; 'y, opcm discussion, with
- h'sire to do good to all to
"'ad -Ts of -orders and to all
''This, too, is written without
hi )vr.noSf or pis knowledge, but
with a desire to sec justice done
' 'Papers that jiublish the no
tice referred to are asked to pub
lish this also."
'it". $ ')' ' s
some this sen -as a now ndo but ; of some coining hero from Mt.
such a one has been effect in the j Pleasant Momly y morning. A
Canncai and Cabarrus mills for j short distance on. this side of i
two w eeks. Tho now plan is j Blackwolders gin were two men
proving satisfactory. j lying upon the ground dead
M-. . I drunk while their horse was
Ih;h Commendation. grazing nearby. They were left
Mr. Wm. L Latta, chairman of j untouched by the passers-by.
Lecture committee of "Wilming
ton writes to Mr. H B Thearle,
manager of the Louise Brehany
Co. as follows:
"It may be pleasing to you to
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Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others
Why Not Yc.u?
Mv 'wife b-s been usin- 1 i1 1
Pain Balm with good (
lame shoulder that has e -- i -
know that in my opinion nothing j alj kinas Gf medicines and doctors ith-
out receivmfr any benent ironi any ot
has ever been upon our platform
that has given me so much pleas
ure as the Louise Brehany
Company; all parts are grand.
I would desire nothing grander."
Mr. Chas. Taylor Dead.
On Monday night Mr. Chas.
Tnylor, of No. 2 township, who
for seine timo n.is c iOuu -
fr:n white swelling, tueu. ; uueter
-'o H -u - y5i Kept by the Opera
tives, Looking to the best interests
ot the operatives of the mills,
' "li soon be doskx! about -
i; ' anion and Cabarrus mills
' 'hat no hosrs can be kept!'
1 h.wis a
'. operatives of those ,;:ol,4. 42 years of age.
. . ' ' J ' 1 1 ;'w,n- m1 parents are both dead. He has
r-1 p(-,..iveyartoiM.hol51haayUir.o slslcrs aid one brother
.yy. Jt.HKj. This rule is1Ivhl The remains were in-
; 'ntcd by qude a number of teiT at Rociry River.
them. One day we saw an ad yertise- j
ment of this medicine and thought of
trymsr it, which we cud with the best of
satisfaction. She has used only one
bottle and her shoulder is almost well.
For sale by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggist.
You want to see before Conference wuwk.
' We have the largest, stock of
An Organization of Cotton seed Men.
Monday night a number of
cotton seed buyers met in Char- i
' single man ana was
tl--zJ'ao-I Furniture, Pictures, Stores,
ciation. Mr. W A Smhh, of the!
in town. Yours to please,
NO CUKE. MO PA .
., "11V"V ' J1 it!Sl TO CDlACOLOlNE DI i Gro Tasteless Chui I onu ;-,
tcp taken not only rr , nr ,Ti -Rmtro Onici'-e 'lablets. j and laaiaria. l tix-.-f 1
, 1 1 , Talce Lixatne IJromo Wmuir.friu u. Oninine in a tasteless lorn', v. a:; iren
i;-' ;n- ;. e places but by j Ah -.Irawists refund money if it fails to j Qum ne .n a refor it to bjtter Rau.
. ! ccr. , 5c. The penum has L. x. 'J ; LTmnca Vrice. 50c.
Residence 'Phone. . . .li'h Store T:
' ieatiiife Tomcb Trice. 50c.
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