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CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1899.
A SV U, fire.
i . ri Al;u in :it Rev. I, inn's
-Vw.hh Parties (hgan-
I eant. Nov. 11. Mr.
re! has ret urnod from
: -, whore ho has boon on
. 1 Nelson, engineer at
'...Hey cotton mills and
:i;dc llo.ntz, daughter of
llointz, of this place,
v d hud SuikHv morn- i
TO'.VX FATHERS 3IEET.
LITTLE CHILI) DROWSED.
Hell Avenue To llv S!ni"Mpin('-T!o
Corporate Limit to I?e Surveyed and
Stones Placed at the Intersection of I
the Line Willi Va? Streets.
Tho town commissioners held
their monthly mooting Tuesday!
The meeting at Cannonville
Presbyterian church last night
was a good one and full of inter -
jest. Perfect order and splendid
1 , ..i' T-. rn
I H '1:11 V l ill. X
extend our best U
men of tho tow i
anil WlienSext Seen the Body Was Ly
ins Upon llie Water.
All is sadness in the home of : attention prevailed throughout.
Mr. Wiley Barringer, who lives j Tlio singing was the best we have
j near St. Stephens church in No. ; had yet, and the congregation!
,.,.,,11 . "- vix .inir vi was UiU lclIUSL. X I1U pilSLUl S
0 -, v ,iUlluIir5' 1Ilult3 their IS-months old child Tues
than their ronlino work, came afternoon.
oeioretiiem and was acted upon. it seems that tho mothc- wont :m.offiSsions of thnir fnith :
! to a neighbor's house in the af-1 nu . 4 T . T, , -, . .
, Christ. Let everybody noi
:T.fn . , -i rn, , , neartily m these services. Rev.
Little buffalo creel:. The child ,T . .
' . i . . -, , :-.Ir. bilcr will arrive m the
iis uayaig in in.e aro anci
THE BEST PUFSCSir-TlOIV FOR
and fever ! i I'-wtt1 c ltr--i Taste
less Chili r-iMo. Never t-iils to o;ire;
Then why iK.rirceiit with worthless
imitation-? Price 50 ecr.ts. Yc.nr
moneT hnoU if it fiil3 to cure.
Some time ago it was su
4 . - -
v j gesied that a rop.ort bn made of I
the actual number of lights the
sermon and invitation were cor
dially received and several made
; (observe tin
town itself used. The number
was found to be 101.
started to foil.
called to some of the older ones Poaching every day at 4 p.
. , - . - - - . -
1 no question ol stiT.ightonmg ' to loo. afi .r iho cllil(i whidl m. and 8 p.m.
thoy licl, but k was soon forgot-' O. Pukstox, Pastor.
, avuuui: Lclilie, ueiore llie
O,., I . u,'1uumuiit. It IS SUVmOSed that tho For (Mr fiuv Tears
i I IK I 1 . 4 . . . . i . - 1 j 1 i n I i
L steps oe laiven lowaras ; cj.t
ot iiil iconoKis. j straightening it. Mayor Monns
, e came very near being a ,vas authorized to condemn such
- iiiv at the home of Rev. 1)r0)erty as is necessary in
. tl,!.. ...
n,i ui:s oiling ''ul sll.aij..ilton:n ..j aj,.-
A lamp seems to ;ir(),vn v;:.Vl.
ii tt: cau'.v
'hirs will cover
1 1 !
: as a., com
mi t tee on tho Dart of the town to : i.,. u., o .4
j 1 I 1 11J.W1 1 i 1 ( t i L I i ' i
fter wards followed her to ?lrs- Winslow's Soothirg Syrup' has
., ii.i 1 -, oeen usea ior over nitvjears uv mil-
the creek, which was about three lions of mothers for their children
hundred yards. In a short while vhile teething, with perfect success. It
" soothes the child, softens the gums,
one 01 the neighbors passed and :iiavs all pain, curct; wind colic, and is
J 1 found the hod- 1 ---i --y t'u-"p"V lVr et remedy ior Diarrhoea. It will
i 1 ha tmnr IittIa sn rTfrer immPi h-
Sold by druggists in every part
ill r ifti
J 21 3
9 if $
: M r, r7 rj s
iSlltM'fj 1 1 in:
Sigma Ph.i s-;c'oty''s
-rcises will con;-"";d of
..on. Essay, Debate;
'That expansion is tho
lolicv for tho United
assess the dam a .:-rs to the uroii-
' JL X
erty. In ca.se the property
owner ai;u this ' oiiuniitoe can
not agree on the amount of dam
age a third person will be agreed
upon by both the town and
A an oration, "Ihei It vras niso cdered that the
writers ,-,-1.1,1..i.. i;,u a? u,,,
survoyr-d and that stono posts
WusKiHod jfl i;ltt!o.
d h nn tors ai
; night : Knterta'nment
T ,1 r
ti ti:0 world. Twenty-five cc:. ts a, bot
th. Ie sure and ask for 4Mrs. TVin-h-cv.p
Soothing Synip," and take no
Just wh .it-
have been. vf
a- irreat r!:e li
1 1 .
S Oy- 'Hp'!
. M -(..MM 'It T IO ! 11 rrvt'CApt inn nr I i:f' 1 . .1 :. .
w:h tho sti-eets. This
Will Se. I !e ..:! i ; l.!10 rgUlll IHS
as to- vhere th.e town's lino now Gf first lieutenant and disti
killed in battle on Sunday, the
12th, while gallantly leading his Dr. M L Stevens returned
troops in a battle near Sun Ja-; lre last night,
cinlo. Major Logan was a son Br. S R Peck, of Charlotte,
of Gen. John A Logan. He had is here today..
i . j . i nr. .i
laiven a parnai co.n- e ai esi a;Ii; -j MoGilh of Philadel- !
Point, but abandonel military' ,,ein. arrived here this mornim. !
in otlior pnr- AT t -m a o '
suits. In the war witli Spain he (his 1110rning 0n a business trip
was commissioned with iho rank to bo irone until Friday. i
. . .... .
came in blz:,c;k
M---S. R A Brown and Misses
guished himself in the battle of nraco pjiwn and Mamie Ury j
and won the l-ank ol spent yesterday in Charlotte.
the iygro, Edwards,
Tlie law requires the Register
(if Deeds at this time to make
;t (. oncoru.
'e 1 i'iod next wordc in
rm of court is only foi
...at as there is a heavy
:'' - m" o:n )it ol cases and a
of other criminal ones, it
: ' that the session will
Y.u.mI ""into tho second
.. :" II To J.e Tra:: ferns!.
j':. inston-Salen correspon
' :! I h o Charlotte Observer
;dat Roy. J T Bagwell, a
i; How Methodist minister,
, !.as i.'.-,ided in Winston and
nrlotic-. Vv'ill be transferred
--Mrs. A B Reese and Mrs. Car- j UUy UU.tX g
mother, a woe, iv;o oaugioe;:, sollj Charlotte, . are spending!
and a son, .John A logan. 11 e today with Mrs. J W Cannon
... ;0 x, X
i -v3!TOrir-;V- i:--r.'s:".ujtinrs. ..
i JL"? 7 "2 T
h.is settlement with the State and i i y I
county for 'ho marriage liccmses UivE. KG PAT . j J jjdfl
-r- lMS u '1K 0 )U1 (U1 Grove Tjtjdcss Chill To?dc for chills!
of December. Register John
s.on made out his report Tues
day according to the law and has
made his settlement. During
the time between Dec. 5th, '98
and Nov. hi, he issued a total of
und Malaria. It i- s?mtly lrou nnd
Quinine u tustc'-rs form, (.'iiiidn n j
sove it. Adults refer it to bitter, ;j;.ie
lea tin ft. loio'.'a LT.ee.
I all v,-?:TT-n a
r; s f.J
1:)7 lic(ms(s 17)2 to wliitos and VOUn moihe', -Tvo decided on !
! a name ior naoy
We will call
Eastern to Western
(r Carolina Conference at
' " M'ssion which opens next
';v";: ai ("oncord. He. is now on
v" Mv olive circuit in Wayne
eouii t -.
-V;. V or the Uight Stuff.
old Cuban leader Gen.
(r(j:,ioz, w.:s pleased at a move
:i f,ni to pr vide for his pecuniary
v; ; hv his countrymen but
"' : not the time for that
and j :ns to be :ded. Ue
"!:n' 'tor getting complete
!(J!!lioioi the island there will
pi ..,..- 0f time for such mat-
v.- f ibe uncertainty ! ,
;h;it Y ill he. if (ver. i
45 to colored. This means tnat
by the couples of our county
sealing their love, the county,
the State and Register Johnston j f(jW minutos. He did not like Urn !
. t i mi.:.. ! . . - . . , . !
iiave eacn leanzeo ivt. xjus nam0j but if ho opposed it ins
record is a little short of Mr. wife wouia have her own way.
Weddington's report last year. "That's nice," said he, pleas
Probably some are thinking that ! entiy. "My first sweetheart was
innvi-vilfrn ic: o fnilllVO. T r.v,.l rl
ni(uiiiunv x. .v. v. . I iiiiiiill. ctiii.1 oiru win iuiyc; 11 cio c. i
O M ?
Pai.a Vvas lost in tliought for a
S. J. Effi
Has Installed a Gasoline Engine.
There are now three gasoline
engines in use in the busi
ness part of our town. Be
sides the ones used by The Stan
dard and . Times, Mr. Jas. F
Dayvault. the meat dealer, has
installed one in his market. It
furnishes the power for his
meat mill, which power was
heretofore obtained by the
a 1 9U s
if kill i
i . v t- ' i .
"We will call her ..
my mother, was the stern eply.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others
Why Not Yon?
Mv wife has been iisin Chamberlain's
Pain Bairn with good results, for a
lame shoulder that has pained her con
tinually for nine years. We ha ye tried
all kinds of medicines and doctors with
out receiving any benefit from any of
them. One day we saw an advertise
ment of this mediciue and thought ol
muscles of the most strong-armed j trying it. which we did ith tie bstof
mubtit u . ! suti-tion. Sh ' nsed o-v or--
coiorcd men. Mr. ayvauu i- ; bott'e ami .cr c:--''.l -r : a!:nv.-,.t
highly pleased with it.
-CJS5f iSSaf 2S 5?G3 Cf0 2 CZ wi' 4 i
lams 6: C o.
You want to see before Conference week.
'"ree of manuninii v i
rat vvould increase
J iM.y'a:: for a rensu n.
some of America's i
HaiiyOdelh of It. Pleasant,
spent Tuesday night here with
I Ralph- Clino. He was on ins w ciy
U Charlotte to stand a physical
-irleston VVr ekwh
States Cruiser j exajnination before Dr. Strong,
v. recked on a!llehar, made application for a
of the island1 tension for injuries during his
sorvi e on one of the boats dur
ing the recent war.
For Sale by M.
Used By L.-Ui-- .:'ddiers in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Deiiv;-.-n is well known
all over Africa as eci-ud of the force
that captured the famous rebel Cxahshe.
Under date of Nov. 4, 1)7, from A ry.
burg, Bechuanaland, he writes: '.Be
fore starting on the last eatffpaip i
bought a quantity "t Chamberlain?
Coli, Cholera and Diarrhoea Leiredy,
which I used mvsen v.u.u ii.ju.uc-. .
bowel complaint, and had given to- my
men, and m every case it proved most
beneficial." For sale by M. L. 3Iarshj
'urniture, Pictures, Sto"
Mirrors, Tfljlez, etc,
in town. Yours to oieaso.
Bell, Harris ck Co.
Residence 'Phone. . . .90. Stoic dmor.t ... ' '