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CONCORD. N. C, WEDNESDAY, OEMBZil 0, 1609
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. 1 i -'iiiv '".NTs message.
China Cirovo In (';.; -a-v. .a,I T - ?.I:miv Tonics ami
j cation from either belligorant the islands without the S
! has arisen. ' - nnnt -.-ni 4.. e.
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1 It wi!: !
! -in :r nil fumili
A Mar;! a tre
va ! f (ir.-aSfjLijr Nature,
resa bail's message is
Tho fourlli trouble villi Italy lowed to purchase their freedom, j 'a'i
A" - r: l (' !T'
;vprv w iiTt- tii'
jwithm a decade is nolad, and in- The treaty proposes a total sum I I'.a, 71 '.lioCV
a vesications are in ; . -ogress with of s7aO per month for the Sultan ! -Vf tV 1 a!!?y'''huv-' r.
, V ""TV" !':::lir aml lmist he , -ard to the live Italians han-ed and all his salaried officers." ' '-lit' 1 J' ! '! '
, .. , . r i- my a moo ai Maiiuain i.a: ! The President savs, idainlv. h'vera-,1 ()f it.c ohiV.n
rlT7. ' .xmswiiiia touciim-trib- The Pivsv-n deplores t'ne Uiat the Philippines are oars as , f "' :l
11001 thl vuv-Preu:ntHohart. prevalence of .-obs, and .su-o,ts a possession, and as a respoa ; ? A 1:.
: 1:C sa vs 11k ;'. t "Ii (on.'res nta-i n,,, a- n -. . 1
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5fV'11 Congress action l)y Congress
contined Oj;eus wit a tko counti unusu-
bility. No thought of aban-
He hopes h,r the cor-.inition donment is to be entertained. It
i-uipoious an.fi ai peace 01 treaty arrange. a; aN with would be to invite a condition of
-. wit i nil ! 1 nr T4.,i., i, i i Ti..i: i i . ..
aan ana ; iuu) uy wiucn liaia;:; naiurai- no improvement over the Sir-i-
Sun-' AK)i is jui i..ty aiono Qx-jizedm the United States may ish regime.
('e.dlotli our exports" and our; visit Italy without disparage- He points with irratitication to
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""i'1'11'1 JOu V mo enormous ment. tlio mstii ition of schools and
sum of .si.Qi '(),(()( a( V). Considerable space is given to courts and the general marks of
The exports of manufactured the late Samoan affairs. progress where American n.les
jgooils for lSOS-'Oi) exceed thej The President clearly sets prevail.
1 imports for the n :'st time in our 1 forth
- -. hnrber shop here , I ., -, ...
- jxxioixj. us liiul 01 our oriina-. oeciara- government emanatini? irom one
tions to give the island absolute centre. He thinks government
independence when our foster- should begin at the bottom and
ing care shall have enabled the go up to a centre,
islanders to conduct and perpet- He thinks the American flag
uate such government and to en- will wave in blessing over the
joy the fruits of restored pros- islanders as it always has done,
perity. He would have a complete sys-
A census has been taken, bat tern of courts etc. in the Hawaiian
the Spanish residents by treaty Islands.
. : v. weie in our
1 ball, who lias
. 1 wo months, has
:e, of Flowes, has
A (J James, stock of '
. ; will continue the
v i rue. tho not far
:is bells will herald
to 1 he hvmenial
oar n.ost popular
The revenue laws will produce
40,000,000 surplus this year,
which is beiag used to buy bonds
maturing in 1904 tnd 1907, for
which the market price is paid.
Increased industrial activity
prevails and v. ages 01 laborers
arediigher, a o a larger area of
land is cultivated, and heavier
crops are produ xl requiring an
increased volume of money. Ho
; arires that national btmks with a
have till April 11, 1900. to choose Ho makes some suggestions
!h' il'i lit
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their citizenship of Cuba or for the Porto Rican government.
Spain. After this period it will The reversal of certain ci vil ser-
;ry. ' e-. i al of "),000 be authorised j be known who are citizens, and vice regulations is justified he
:111a ; aai wk.o ; to this md. j the question of who are to exer- claims in an improved service.
, : rgo a.val : Tla Pi-esident urges the sup-! cise the full privileges will be The President calls attention to
uth.is fjlMT's n ,rt of the ovist in' frold stand- determined. the 14th of Dec. as the 100th an-
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a- : a' 1- a. j a ; :i the parity or equal pur- Trade -relations with Turkey niversary of the death of Gen.
. . 1 , . -. . : . 1 i . a . i j 11 j . r.. , 4 ur,,. a-, ! .. haIi 1
, e: a : , ( ;aan: a; a 1 t i k) g poTA er are 1101- aiiogemcr sai isiacKr) , .JMimtuxi auu is.wu :n uuiu j
' I v . .-...Till .11
at A. -a . ':), ; () a;ai a,.d silver. and the Pi-esident savs that, L-at tiie anniversary will, oe 00-
f ailing to affect arrangements, served by many of our p.-. x-xO.
'v-a jnV" v-
3lM i r
h. v.'a.s in i
? -ays oold now seeks the
Jicrvv - ":' ry. 1 treasury in exchange for paper, J corrective m
;. .1 wu! be I'irinetn
. 1 1 ; ytning naui was
a he IV; re he left here
... e that time been
.self in that way,
1 el a sed v s a 1 n eeh 0 n ic
- aaeaait's p;iy. He
-r hereto visit his par-
a his way to Wash-
- -ad an examination
"ai;;;-. He will be
e ap- The closing paragrali refers
wl:'. "... he insists should be re-1 plied. :toour gr-.t privileges oppor-
deemed with this cold only, " The liaue conference is noted tunnies and responsiDililies.
thereby averting our experience
of a few years ago.
He urges that, the Secretary of
with the irreat caution of the ;
American delegation to avoid 3.and Deals in the Vcuuiry.
entangling political alliances, j Mr. J Frank Fink of No. 5
the Treasurv be authorized tejThe treaty avaits the action of town-hip has purchased from
buv cold when needed to replen-
ish 1he gold reserve, a condition
not now existing, but liable to
arise in- future again.
Tho President urges a stimu
lus to American marine.
Considerable emphasis is
t -O Senate.
Abner Walter, C P Walter and
others a plantation in the north -
50 per cent. woo!.
48c. garment or
suit. Pure wool
Whenj Mr. Sam Beattyhas purchased
on the ' from Mr. A J Rose ai Cannon-
1 m ) meet!!!g .
ery was lieh
:' 1 on '
:i of 1
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wa ; a.e'-eptcd by
rv. A e. a.i. those
IV 11 . 1 :
w J j 1 e a
A speeial medal to the volun
teers who remained in service in ern part of our county. The
the Philippines after their terms , tract contains about 22 acres
Avnv nrrive we will have , villa n lot on Cabarrus street.
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-. . . c -01 In A-A.-.W,,,,.,, o--.a ca isa rmtw-f o.'l ! Mr niin; Tsr.nhviir. who lives '
io -etas far as possible the men on the Archipelago. ; a few miles b3low town has sold j
evil of -rsN and combinations! The President notes the nam- to :;r. Locko Harris iherrop-.
ofcai-h-! for tho restraint of ! her of soldiers m the ditTerent ; erty in No. 11 township known ;
trade the e; nr.-ssion of enter-! lields, and commends mo ;t highly : a i; Paugh property. It con
prKand the increase of prices; the sold - 'ly qualiliea: In-. tai over 7 acres,
to consumers. 'eluding many heroic sacrmees Mr. Zeke Johnson, olCnaiao ,e, j
TTn:hrm?tv of State legislation enaurea. ue uu uh.nn,. , k,, .-uxuu
is noted as very desirable.
and union suits Tor wo
rn em or eli i Id ran.
vests only 2"o.
rilaal lieavy Ine
elii mren at 1 : Mia-Vo-)l
liose- for w
The Pi'- ' had lays before Con-,
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the Navv. ; 1 airisienuury, oixu. - luwmu.
He ur2"es the withdrawal of the a tract of land consisting of over
, j re. as
iiadebvtho restriction of armor plate to e'J'JO ; e ) acres.
- '!---!b J)l- J!Tnnnbn CVmal Coimnissioii, and per ton, in order that the work ;
Salisbury, Kev. jreiteratcs the sentiments of his of the naval construction may . Ho that fa,icies himself en
01 Spv-ncer, Mr. xriror message in urging alien -' go on. ' lirrhtened because lie sees the dc-
. of Salisbury, and tQU lo and ac"ion in the matter, j The President wish- ension- fi .ion,ios ()f others, may be very
h..i a-;-, Ja.s P V1 .'to, The President again urges an able widows to receive -aO per jnorant? because he has net
-.'! of thaar-oimty. appropriation for a commission j annum, indepeiid, nt of the pro- st.Kp:ed his own. -Bulwer.
o oiher buMiiess ! utly American trade with ceeds of their daily labors i: re- . --. ..
I sources outside 01 tne procv
bay than tho Cllina.
s resiiniat ion.
L. ffillM 6
lb 11 J;v;tul.
T-'c7al stations with the ' of their daily labors do not ex-' n
Gernmn'oahre are happily ; ceed SaO. He thinks this would
i noted thontrh that nation seems; be a simple and just syem. ;
President reviews the
I .1 l ! I I : 1 I I I - 1 .1 mi
i- ,;mmi (. the -nuritv oil . ino
ruesday Uul , TT l4c! iint brought us into
- -an Tuesday!11 i'1 ;
-a th;.;t Mrs. W A ! o" Tort fo0(1 suly'
h in thi:
:T, V 'vladto ha I joint 'possession of the l.pp.nos .
, hey r, and believes ,t m ac-eoiv.aeo
lit. This is cormru -, vishea of he i;real mass
ilis ,;ulily iu to scrutiny and --,;e;)1, Ho says the re-,'
Do vou hear ti);-a e-u
They be ringing e:al e'vl (dear,
Evidently ealHiig you to the
Bel!, Harris & Co.
' T!'C hvhtC rStor of um4iolcsomo bellion must be put down, and
a r.,1 .,. the staugniei ui r , ,n4;oi mi in io
" L4,i'" A 1 . 1-011US W1U1 giaimvuuvu , , it ;,:! ...fl...
T mnVinT- nntwith-j nere tney ma kg present a peui .
' makU n?i1:' lLi i at prices that suits everybody. Come and see.
we'll as 01 namenkid
, hetween : progress nov maivin, uul rt lur i nt W:MC tuflt R11its pvpwhndv. Come and see. Xmas will sora
T . 1 I I U t I t V J- - v- 1 1 l I J . f . J- a v C Tt
one. his, s;i or-m- ' J-no , a .nAnT .o-reaT.- ( llllCUllies OI , x, ... fv la .t hnr- n1 nr. brother, or
r w lri villcason. ' Steter, or some other body's bl.r ov m .to, , , are th- p.-,,,,,
':;-CIUITION OB I taWlshod' but 1x0 ? He relates the arrangement Uo our customers say that keep ev. ry. Inn- at pnc.s w.r uown.
UULS ! find adjustment. It is tho only; He re theUVo like you iu fad; we love yon: ,.ud ih,. lar,-, yor .,,11 tl ,
S. ., ' lotion with Great Joo, flag ; tor we love you. Increase..,-,.-
;' .t QrMih Afr":- and enjoy certain privileges
Neutrality m the South Afi . nofc sell any
-;;r: is noted. No provo-;
. e x i ne