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CONCORD, N. C., MOFDAY; NOVEMBER 20, 1899.
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y.ur to Laivo Con- j
S'aor i..f .Maryland!
inwa i iiurtli.
- n'iv morning Kev. W
made public his
,.i i!' regard to the call ex-
, ,,,, ;,. ' ;., bim a short while aero
'.v Maryland A
A venue 1
pivsl'yt erian church of Balti-
1 1 At mi
(;i i' iiU!i.u will uu in in i -L
v i -f people, besides the
his congregation will
i-'.-cdingly to lose Rev.
- and family. He is a
'''' ' is popular with his
i ., vV'v : - v.U as an able minis -
in..' !.';:c:al services at Can -
r , ,vh.: nan ciimva rj-e
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wi;;. sl good day for i' s peo
':': r. S iter's sermons on
vigbt and Sunday night
v. -i'p pure, plain and powerful
I'Xpositkjn.v of the plan of salva
vd all entered heart
": tbe se-rvices. At the
LiM'tmiz: on Siiiuiav
:i welcomed seven new
into the church on
!. of their faith, in the
i-- :V; .Testis ('Prist. The meet
i:.ir vib. continued and Mr.
:1 " v.1!" )reach this afternoon
-:! tonight 4 and 8 o'clock
Miss lU'ehany was immensely
popular and as soon as she
:M'l"'ar( and sang the: v was a
-' :: :M 1 rluctance to let her go.
. V Galiaume Sau et, the
I'-'ii.-t. was a favorite from the
-oinent of his apparence. Kind-
; aii.i 'ntleness beamed
n:i; bis face and his playing
'''on everybody. He was greeted
y a round of applause when he
appeared to play his last concert
Som 'th '; new and extra-()rdia;i!-;
rov Detroit was offered
Y the you ng violin virtuoso.
'i-N Qlga Scannoll, who electri
od the public, so to say, by her
truly artistic playing. Detroit
Entirely i.ew program. Tick
f,t" tin-.-; o-. '-i- for Wednesday
- n -t - r-
1 aeWs hand read - j
; is proving to the
t t r '.mist ry is v
' :: interest to th in
d to palmistry Ir
?n:d 7th vei'se is
, the hand is
: ;:. ' .. V char, c-
Alter aenoerauon over ine.rne alarm was needless as it
n:atk'r sir co he was there two 'was too far away for the fire
v-.vks :io ias decided to j companies or others to reach in
.uvpt h same and will take . time to '.vivo anything.
(.i;irirc of 1 i.: work in his new! The dwelling belonged to JA
t ,,,l aNh.t the first op next ; Lankford, a colored man who is
r.,r,!li. m congregational meet-! a machinist at tlio Coleman mill.
The Sew Home ;f 1 A L:mkford Burned
Completely Last surday Xiffbti-Xo
ause iui.vii tor the Fire Unless It
Last Saturday night a short
while before 9 o'clock numbers
noticed a fire over in the direc-
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i liuii ol uie uoioman cotton mill.
Numbers of persons watched
it before the alarm was given.
w d ii iu u-mo! v u iiuuinsr ana
had been finished but a short
while. was using one room
in the building where he slept.
The building was on the road
leading to 1 1 : , 1 ',; mill not very
far from th. ' ' --Man mill,
j No cause is km w:i for the fire
! unless it was the work of nn in-
Icond'avry. Tlio owner of the
i, . . , Al , ,
i from in tho house and the build
. . , .
ing burned coniDletely.
It Is : I5i;;h (liiss Conin.my.
The Wilmington Star, speak
ing of the Louise Brehany
Company, which was there last
week, says: ' T: v Utertainment
was distinc: iv(.';y a high class
opera and ballad concert and not
a selection on the programme
wont without a most hearty
encore. Miss Brehany well
r.ustaiiied her deserved reputa
tion. He's Calling1 for Taxes.
In this issue Sheriff Pock is
calling for our tax -payers to
please come forward at once and
pay their taxes, as he will be
compelled to meet his bills the
last of the year and unless there
is a big increase in collections he
will be not able to do so. "Read
what he has to say in his ad.
Trouble at the. Flying Gallery.
Last Saturday night there was
a trial in the mayor's office of some
trouble at the ' 'merry-go-round"
between a small white boy and a
negro woman. As a result the
white boy was given a genuine
whipping and the negro was con
fined in jail over Sunday.
His Uncle Peail.
Mr. McCree Anderson, who
handles tho ticket department at
the depot, left Sunday night for
his home at Statrsville. He was
called by the death of his uncle,
Mr. Morris P Anderson, who
died Sunday afternoon. Con-
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sumption was the cause ol rns j
.-::,t TJits a Sea
? news was
f ' smallpox out at Mt, J
By that time tnoi
. -at there as the ru-
, ' ..tiorl ad !
h-:d l - ur. w g ci a-a ;
The VxC- i
1 " " ""r.ioasP was 1
: i lie supposed disease as ,
THE FUTURE OF CUBA.
Our Government Has a Heavy Respond -
j L W W I O Uvll C4JU. tHyLlVv ;Ui I 111 lilt
The question of when the ! fostival over towards White Hall
United States troops shall be ' last ,yeelf and t Townsend
withdrawn from Cuba is ob- speut Saturday afternoon down
trudmg itself in Washington ! at the washout in order to yiew
with niore poisistence each sue-' the negroes as they were being
succeeding day. The belief is paid off . But about twelve or
entertained in some quarters that;flfteen of the gt e
President McKmley intends soon say failod to comfi . . .,.
to recau uen. isrooKe, tne mili
tary governor, and place Gen.
i . .11 -i-k t .,.
Wood in charge of the island as
Civil frovernor lmdni th enntvnl
civil governor under the control
of the War Department. The
visit of Gens. Lee and Ludlow to
this country is supposed to be
for the purpose of allowing the THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
President and his advisers to as-; CHILLS
certain their views of the situa-; and fever is a bottle c! Grove's Ta?;te
tion. j leq Chill Tonic. Never fails to enre;
mi" . . , . A r rl1i:e7i why experiment with wortldess
I he 'questions relating to Cun;, imitations? Price 50 cents. Your
cannot bo decided off hand. This ftck if fails to cure.
j i j i-i.i
country, v;nen n wrc.:..e-i
island from Spa. in and asr.mc.l
the gu-.rc!iansh,y of tho C a bans '
until tlvey arc rib! i to care for
themselves, took upon itself a!
heavy responsibility having
many difficulties. How lonfc it
will be before Cuba is capable of j Mr- penick Qusry spent
anything better than the opora ' yesterday in Harrisburg.
bouffe style of self-government Miss Margaret Cannon went
that is seen in Hayti, Santo Do- 'over to Charlotte this morning,
mingo, snd the small South and ' -Mrs. Chas. Kimball and IMiss
Central American republics no ' Belle Eddleman, of China Grove,
one can tell. America has made sPont foday here,
herself sponsor for something! Rev. J R Brooks, the pre
better than that. Eighty per siding elder, arrived here this
cent, of the Cubans ore utterly ; morning from Salisbury,
illiterate. The establishment of -Mr. Fletcher. Smith, of New
a school system will be slow and : York, spent yesterday here with
the effects of that system will be.his iiisLer Mrs- M L Brown,
slower yet. The Cubans, as aj Mrs. Ira Miller and children,
people, have no conception of
self-government such as exists in
the United States. Tho Latin
mind comprehends readily the
conscience, and self-restraint of
the Anglo-Saxon. It would
seem that this nation must lead
Cuba by the hand for some time
A great improvement has al
ready made in Cuba under
States military control, and the
question now before the President j
i whpthor the time has arrived
....1 . ...
The country has no doubt that
his decision will be that of wis
dom. Cleveland Leader.
The Child Found Dead in lied.
The two-months-old child ofj
Mr. Jason Furr, of Nn. 0 town-!
ship, was found decu". - d xo- j
day (Monday.) The little child j
was well on Sunday afternoon1
and no cause is known for its;
death unless it smothered. Tho
remains will be interred after
the preaching of the funeral at j
St. Martin's Lutheran church. j
The Trial Set for Thursday
The witnesses both for they,, XA
X lit Wltiltacn -LVJ. oaiv.
tat0 anf fnr Tie defendants in
loans, of counsel
for State and P. B. Means!
priim-o' tor doienctant.
f rrrr A T TTTHO H f t N(r H KADACHE.
eave .f ns(
Dr KiuH Lb l-lb. Thon.d
of eirhorers have pr - Mi their -
j, for fcien ,r,l Nervous Ho5,,,chCs.
They nmde pure Lnood strong nrv-es
and build up your'. Ma. t-e.
them 0 .,lL;,,
if cot cured, at Fetzer'e Lrug btoie.
An Evidence of Their Guilt.
The officers nre ctill nn tlio
1 ii , , ,
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money. One negro, Henry
Johnson, was arrested and
ibronht horc but he was not
, s m-. . ,
convicted. The paymaster has
saved the railroad company some
money by the festival.
: XiSONAL POINTETIS.
-.Mr. Joseph Jackson spent
!ei day in Salisbury.
,roc, , . Qol. ,
W S McDultie spent
, ol Albemarle, arrived here this
afternoon to visit at Mr. Chas. A
Attorney 11 B Stickley went
to Salisbury this morning to at
tend court there. He is inter
ested Li the Ed. Bost case.
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i! ! YVailL LU ODG
A lies lie
It will not be a surprise to . ;c y
are at all familiar with jxoed quaHtirs of
Charabeiliin'sCouh UerM b t .;-. ,,
that people everywhere take y :'vre in
relating: their experience in ih use
that splendid medicine rr 1
of the benefit they have received frrvr
it, cf bad colds it has can-d, ci
threatened attacks of phenoor.iu :f bi
averted and of the children it Las mito-A
from attacks of croup and whoppi::
cough. It is a grand, good med'cine.
For sale by M. L. Marsh & Co.
f r y ' v. V-O.- -o- 'f
We had a gra, rusbv
Crowd aft or crowd c : i : . , a n )
to a great degree of satL.j action,
found things just as represent od
Tomorrow morning nt 8 oV.lorb
vre will put on sale auoiboi b;..
rel of good glass tur.ib, ! : at y,n.
per set of six. They were p
ped up in a giiTy this morning
A few of the toa sets beau
tiful decorations, 5'j deces oiib
$0.90 for Tuesday; 5.00 dinner
sets, Tuesday only, A'"v si 8. 75.
Cups and saucers, cake pi a tec
celeries, cracker jars, cream
pitchers and 8 pioce sets ;
The Bleached Tc :ei- will b
on sale one more ..y m zic.
Our Dress Good ; : nnd M)
cents are attracting attiTtion.
You should see them.
iu: i Terr: -
IIS I Gfl.
before Conference weak.