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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1899.
mi?, k. i;r.NT03 white dead.
THE U. I). C.
TO ITE A liKSH TEA.
V 1 1
ol' Ihis P:?-1 io
.....i u hoar irom our
who arc ihuv liv
, of soldiers in Ma
; h:n; been received
:Vr.;n Jay Sims,
i- was written in La.
h near -niila, which
Ik- v I lurch taken by
as. In the building
ss-; Away at , A. 31. Tacoday at the
A:;v i I - A (ior,l ?Tan in Every Ho
hUh nof TJfo. .
Ir. Benton White died at his
home at 5 o'clock a. m., todnv
(Tuesday) at the good ripe age of
He had been stricken with pa
ralysis some years ago, which
ended as above stated.
Mr. Whito married Miss
Martha Alexander, who rro-
An liitorrr':-- ?-Iec-1!::--TI,.L Import of
TV.eir Preii!ei:t I:r r to the Nrrcbers.
Writteii for The Standard,
The Daughters of the Confed
eracy were called together Fri-
(Inv nfip.vnnnn T)nn ,Ql1i In hfj-r
their president give a report of ! E,am King's, the Young Ladies'
the proceedings of the U..D. C . Missionary Society will give a
held in Richmond three weeks 1 hiSh toa to at least 150 invited
pi u v luurj.
This the president did in a
The Young Ladies' Missionary Scclety
i the First Presbyterian Church to
Have an Even bur at sir. El am King's.
On Thursday evening from the
hours of 5 to 9 o'clock at Mr.
At a conspicuous place there
most charming and entertaining111 a DasKet m wmcu Ui m'
ouimin , , i , . . mrty e,-J . n , U': vited ones can contribute a free
1 - -.-i Inl, -innIn cwuru . MV iU, U1UI Ll. llbit.'IiyU IU YV1L1JLI
seen holes made; . , . . , will nffovino-
f -i-. .L VV j 1 ictii!- lUBu uu oymeiiL uy mi present.
; .Uii s o.gnt-llieh guns. ,. i t -, , " . , ,; At "Ti;;
. . ; v, three sons nr.d one daughter; viz. Among other things she told u iU 15,25
t . coon n, ho' -J i r i a
. ,v iv '!--r-n t Invniiftnv
, i i x ul our oiiviuui .
. :! Wil. Willieil U1I LI1U
ih of Xovember. They
.:;ir,ila en the third
s ir'n i() aioocon,
. th city. The
of a letter received and read be- A.onaay aiieruoou u -""S-fore
the assembled U. D. C. from mcllts wer0 completed for the
ri p t?;i.. evening's enjoyment.
jut. iMlIVOUll, juivjl ui. iiiuii . i j
Mrs. Tom Alexander, of Meck
lenburg, Rev. Osmond "White, de
ceased, Mr. Ea. White - ol the
place, and Walter P White, who I dent Davis' Memorial Associa- vite as a Mo the Woman s
lirn,1 ivitli l.lo fnVirv nnrlni- fVio ' irn i n -ivViiVi lin tn rn Ofl nvor Tl O MlSSlOnary SOClCtV.
A -kirn: T -.t
The negro. John Prt
was brought here to
Gold Hill on thediaim-rf
ing Mr. Dolt)h M;ui:.-v. :s
liberty. A telocrT.u
ccived Monday from Mr M"rmy
himself asking tlint JoV. Propst
be released. Po '.ello TVopst,
John's brotlver, is conli :rd in
jail at Salisbury, both; o.i sus
picion of being the one whu shot
Mr. IMauney an:l also l.ec;iuso ho
had a pair of brass knurh when
An elegant meat supper will
-;s:i til0ir time;both as a citizen and member of ! the Confederacy as their part E Harris was selected, asi
nnul and mosquitoes. (he cmrc . - J towards the Jo if Davis menu- of refreshments, assi:
.neris hot, and though j connected " with Zion'ment. The Daughters are to Misses Rose Harris , i
Strong Se-ieol I at :.y.
There are . .ore ollei." nd'
university gr;iduates hi tiie fac
ulty of Bingham S;-hooh ; )r--::go
county, near Mcb.ui, t'-au in
any high sce.nol r. u
ler::d the dry sea-!
fnriflQ nn hnH Mmcinntin.tr to
! . Tin ci ttto c? cd! opfofl nRmnnfiTor
12j xxcix i is vv cuo owivv. -
i t jrin VJliHo nnrl Nona
.nwhovinn Phnrn.h. tbo bod v ! imIqp. tbn rest of the money for
V rnhlh- QVQVy will bo laid in the cemetery of the monument. Boh . mi i.vitntion is
. . -. mi p The committee on m itation is
1 (Kky River church by Hie siao inc iinmecuaie woik ui uie . Ao-oc
'-i'-11 -Jit owsi of her who was his earthly stay Dodson Ramseur Chapter is the Misses JameBichi nond A no, p t. Preston; Lew,s ay-,v
- ?t.ol Thrtfnnoral' raisins its mil of the funds for Moss Kate Gibson, and Mi, .nrmc.pal oi U-e ;.e . . . ...
..c t ""v. r-l o 5'iin hives i . ... , , -, , ,1 . 1 n 4 Ixitt J Ervm.
n'rs will be conducted ai xne inis iiioiiu.iieuL lu um "uuvui
", rii'on !i-i;m- Jay ! home Wednesday at 10 o'clock.
': b;ini a!o:u' !::is two i
J Mr. Will Peden reu..-
! Iondav night from Ah
' :i(Talo ct'ri to wait on
vay to Manila on the
; ko of having passed
.; uicano on one of the
letter he made mention
:,s then neon of the 7th
1 ) I"! - here it v;ou! 1 be
' ioiit of that sam
Committee on decorations
blisses Cassie Watson, Catherine
Morrison and Alice Sims.
At the table the following la-
I QMmri ic liiivn Cnv :v i
! A soliciting committee was ap
His ri.'ui to Fight the Tobacco Trust, j poimed to get what it could, also :
AV-i. T XT' T-i.lon f rivnmichnvn .:h i -i -i.-o n rrr Tot n vi
,,x,. . ..u au. riUt comniuL tu - . S12npcr": Misses
proposes a plan by which to entertainment to bo given some cues win soivu
fi-ht the g' -at American tobacco lime jn tl-.e near future. Ui,v " r M,rnrilloii lis s -ending tojn.y at T?
trust that seems practical and; Some other business was dis- Hu Misses Juh. mmll, 1 0n,s on hor retimi
iust. He says: posed of. After the closing ol .V ' 77. r,.- Eoa coullli
Messrs Arthur ive
Harold Shemwed r
Salisbury this morn; v.;
Miss Lena Wade,
of the seminary a
1 1 i ' i
cr,o.. nL.lnctl.omJ u linotimr rn. BeSilC, Margaret Uimuu, cuj
ganizatijn of a company to buy ! frCahments were handed, served Johnson and Bucy lore.
tlio entire crop of bright tobacco in the hostess' delightful man-.
lirrown in the States of North nor. . j pay Only for What You Take
never ye I
e was much
1 write ol it
Carolina, South Carolina, Vir-
- - it
The meeting adjourned, eacn i A ,-, cjnot.chman. not fcelinir
ginia and Tennesson, and all the , member h-aving with her heart ' called upon a doctor. The
fred with fresh enthusiasm and him somo vcrbal in.
with rowed determination to i . j . . .
itn i. wu .! ructions as to how to regulate
do everything m her power to ; -. . ,.
tt. , . his diet, advising him, among
assist m uns sacrou wuso.
'veil, farmers will hi'.ivc to do is to e:i
:ek- tor into an iron-clad agreement,
re Casing to allowT the American
workiiigs and Tobacco Company to have the
-I 1 j I n . . 1-.... . , 1 -! 1 A' f
army wilt no1 j ceance to purcnasu i "'o L
of their product for five years.
Instead of selling at public auc
tion in warehouses, as they now
do. thev will bring their tobacco
to the warehouses in the several I
markets and it will he priced b;y
vti; t -zl-:-
ids of the censor.
..u ;h.o people buj-y their
,v irtffr( boneard. Be
his letter he said
r Foil and t.wo oth
'; to the city after a
w.-or. so it seems that
- rce there. Almost all
- - there is made of
OrMiization Sho-iM P' 7'?.
Chairman Simmons has called
I other things, to drink no spirits
! for a time. The Scotchman rose
i to leave, when the doctor said:
"I am in the way of charging
p. .- I.' -
, " . '..,1
a mooting ot tne uemonau nf1rinn t will trouble vou
, ' LKJL iL1.J L ivv. ' ' --" " ,j
Cnn Fvnmi 1VO ? omnill.TCC iu
December, 11th. This meeting
for half a crown."
4 'Oh maybe," said the patient,
1 '4- w
C- ." "-.
'!iawllJ ... f 4 i at this time is wise, iu mci, - -a
committee consisting oi two (1 d on Chairman Sim- i "oat I'm noe gaun to tak yer 1
farmers elected by then selves ; - l0 j vice!-London Telegraph,
and two leaf men, to be selected C . The;re can bo but! '
I by the new organization aim 1 nnd v(2SUt in the meet- rh.-e Health at Bingham School.
are always inter-j every farmer is to icceivc uie j an(1 iluit is to lay the plans j In fourteen years there has'
' ro always riad to j same price for the same grade. t f'oro.orizill(r ti . , AVInto men in been no serious case of sickness,
rh,ices of our far- Afi or being r need in this way it j - interest of the ! and in a hundred years no case
. . i ..;ori nut, lo the 1110 ouuc . 1 of fever at the location of the
lis to be appointed out to the
! various dealers on each market,
--nend ere. who have factibties for rehand-
n. ATv ho- it and putting it in through
1 so jo 1 lays i -, .
; r',, AUomey-Gen- j koep'ngordor, and then stored m
. i77.i t. i now storage warehouses. thus a. i
,y cujoyinu" himself the markets, including Ayare-
house men, juai wdx,
pendent factories and storage
,mns here houses, can do Kept -
' " . , 1. ,Tr-,n enffp.r save a tew
They are staying at nooouy
. ifc Mills!. eninriAd buvci'S now on the mar-
v ouei v-siudiKs for the trusts. And even
of fever at the location of the
biiigkain School, Orange county,
near Mebane, N. C.
r. T E
nth. our New
amendment and good govern-
mont. The committee shorhl
Trneeed at once on the wo
1 . -r , i I T-r-r tt -r -nTT ,
!thc next campaign. It : : u Uev. W tL ljucauriii luut
that the State convent icn v.-nl j led y nere on nisay lo mut
name a committee and theio j" .
be a new chairman though -
. .ii 1
think not and hope not; yet tneie
is work for the present chairman
and his able .assistants. They
must hand over to the State con
vention the white voters of the
State as a solid mass for the
Brave IWa Fa'J
yictims to stoniacb, l'vcr fvl kj'lny
tvcnhlfri well j: Vf-'H'- li, Ml fr?J
tbo rebiilts in lo.-..: of apiel "-c, t ; "ix
in the U.mkI, l.iCiiiU'ii , jkt.n .'. '
hoatlar-he find tir- d. tistlf-.-, -ud. !o'.vn
feeling, iut tliorc's no ;.vJ to tetd
like tl-jt. Li-tu to J. 'V. Ch:rl:v.;r,
Idayille, TmlV Ho say:;: ''bvitrio
Bitter iro jut the tiling ti u :an
when ho is ui run th. . a, v t tou t caio
v.hethe:- ho liv.sor di--. It. .aa more
to give encw btronth f;u r'' d api'-jUte
thnn any t hiu ; 1 could tal-c. I era o?
eat anything und have a rw on
life." Only 50 eens, nt i izei'd Urn,;
Store. Eyory bottle p;uarM;hoci.
! thev can . have employment it j dment, in no way can thi
tnoy awssiio xu f be done sownivu
Wa ee little hope of thwart- , rrlie unlons in the last
1 1 v.. -- , . iaii'-'u.
campaign were the most power
i :"-'tril Km-s Doinc Well
eipal Cray, of Bingham 1 ing the trusts with litigation
I; 'bane, reports Uiat ; le fastorea oy uui j -
ful factors in the greafwork that
ca There must be per-
and Gordon Johnston ; the frugai producers wdl j fccfc precinct organization. The
boys, Brandon ! tem and we i0ng to see the day
I cooperate and themselues reap j name of every white man must
the benefits of an unvarying . be hand and each individual
N CUKE. 10 PAY .
tbo way ful drnristn roll
price for their products.
-n r7- CObUlJSO.SE DAY
'r ; . OioaoQiuDine Tabled i n'avis returned
fSn-nariLQ. 1 fast mght from Lexington.
Do you hear those "Wedding i'1'
They be ringing loud and clear,
Evidently calling you to the
Furniture Store of
Bel, Harris &
where they make present a ''specialty"-useful as well -or.-.vmr nt -J
,.;oC tVint snits pvervbodv. Come and see. Xmas w:d soon
be here. If you want a present for Father, Mother, Brother, or
Sifter or some other body's brother or sister, we: are ti p :le,
so' our customers say that keep everything at phcos way down.
We like you in fad; we love you; ana tne argei .oui
o? with literature on the
amendment. Windsor Ledger. ( ter we love you. Increase our love won t yon
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