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CONCORD, N. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 18-09.
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! , ! '.'("..iA;y Ulri Career Futlcd
1 JSi Sickness .1
' . 15i.v 0!;-crved by Our
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A KKTA CAI'TUUED.
;Iwif?l K-k:' Aircstfd Here WednoS.
day on t!;e Charge of Retailing Whis
l:ev Th P:i'?u f i,.,wi
i j On Vr.jcluos&iy Policeman
's;l- : r.,,t 1
i :J i-'-'-i vj a negro Hero on
1 aro 1,10 Pi' stroo?-,rmod Simon Rosier
r i i . ,
1 V? ill rontii'jie A rot lie r Yenr.
Trs T i
I'fi-tli Sit ti
fa Hi Jil I;' j r UK-iliivriv ! , i "
I.tr.tio Cut yv rt by DeatVs t irimaCy iu Asheville, had,-'1- It - tV !
Mr. Jesse Hamilton, who is ' A
now connected with the Paraxon ; now jo:?:-
i sev eral months ago decided to ; vo Vmnds at a la lor cat
T T T, . return to his position on the road' of smaller
"Ub. J ,J jjJarriner died at b ' A 1 , . i ivmi vmi :
but has recently reconsidered : :0' 1 baild v;h :i:; T
Known, has been con- the are of t-V years. She had
Cr i dually retailing whishev but boe.n onWi.inrl l.v in n
I could not be caught enough to
--K1 , convict him.
Vs f-,tal illlloss. Vhilo the negro was here on
; tw-iy-four the streets Wednesday ho was
;. rested and Ivied. In default of a :
night, tiie l.th, of pneumonia, at other year.
A. i i
was -tr- ?
Red Plot From the Gun
: ; us iij.'.? wail Tijfii Lilt it. 13. totat m on i 7 . j i. .. i. .. t.i.,.i
her vitality could no; ..ear this ?,f Newark, Mich in the Civil War . :::.ni in sku:
J jit envied horrible Ulcers, that no tn:at- t jje S4V. r ......
virulent attack of double pneu- ent helped for CO years. Then 0iVi,V "lvV.1-V,ui ' mitil
ci , , -j : J3uekleT'9 Arnica Salve cured him. ; pvV . 1 ' wrJ p- "n
; nnilir 'm v. ill (mi . -iirn f rare r n t . t t -i. , ii ru- 'li s l n m
v, . iJX a..v .j. urca a'ls, ijruics, J3urE, nous, : ,v, ,(,, t , -;, -,r,. r, . ...
Louisa, the oki - I child of I)
v -.u,iKiiiu ..... an L00 justiiieduondhe was putin!v-, rNv- , . , t1.0
. --v-.,v""' .It 71 - -, , . 1 I hi iairirr, aeee.-.sea, . nuu ulQ
' v' ' wl Jt- jail to awaiitiial in the Superior , , . , .. ' n n
rvty-ei'-it vears old rm n , oniy Ian sis.er oi ldrs. b- -i
-aH ,u uais oja;,ccurti The negro has becn ' : T v T. . .-, :
v oidv Ii-- 1 if.ivon 1o i. , t Ritchie and .! D Jaii jer. oho :
, " h l: carrying on his unlawful work , 4l , . , ' v, ;
: i rreat .-e:ie ! m. ; 1 was al.-;o1he liali sisiei of h Vi
- 1 i ' - blass m tins county.
sp.a:-.i to s, e many I .c W D and E D Barrier.
At ' he i ,:e oL li years she be-!
aiivl pairing i.i' y. rv much.
. . . . i , i . -. . a : - i :.. i i .
rarr.iiiteed. bold at Fctzer's Drug iiria.-F(,r s?ilo hv M T. ,? .. !'
V I 1 L
iJL ii. A i -.v'
ing ui;u nis ancestors
:'r..av!;-jx Seari Strikes t'encord.
Manly Morris, of Forest Hill came motherless,' and with a pre-!
io npe old age, : - vniin mm-i ,-imrn e ; cociousnass rarely raet, uho as-:
ha(i already pre- j tojay tc consult Dr. Archey as j ed much of the parental over-:
.i. I . . . I'll f j l j 1 T I
i written iiis
to liis condition. The man's face ; slht ot tv; olv'' :e rs aucl a s:s"
ter, a tact whicl
ous tlirough her
was tilled considerablv with 1 ler a llU:l 'hich
. xai'iiiy vault , , , . . ous th'.wh hr r v.-iic. hie r
, . . , ! pimples, and one at lirst sightl
ty to receive his boay. . " was in full exercise wh.en biddei
- , . .o i . ; might thmk that he had small- A ,
e no n-10, liuti, he wrote-! , , , , n to lay dowm this mother care.
v . fnv fio : 1)CX- Dr. Archcv, before finding T -i -,. , . r,.
. puiiis ioi tne man-j A . si In Ibuo she 'ix i'u ..j x,h
! T 1 , c . i ji Til
oi' his lands. Tiese!l-luIi,bL01 OIlue case' mouSnt John J liarringor, to who a she
1 i . f i 1 ' "t . - ... c 1 ' TT 1mV Tl'OCi t I r- . ....... t
viesvect ana completed ,UJv " tia i bore eight ciau, 'tors and one
da.y? December Ilth. but U was found that the young json The son, Albert, died at 8 I
years oi age,
morning was bright j mP nas not been out of town in
hut the day ended j three months and the symptoms
la-, and snow. Trash-1 do o show that he has the dis-
"... 1 to the house at ! ease. The v. mug man returned became .he objects of her matei
iom a trio over the!tol;.-; homo nt Pnrot Hill n.rwl i nal charge.
;ri ?y- 'r
laail children, who
v cold and his great
" ' r lll'i enmr- Chilli
Daiii b'.xd already been wait
!' ' .o;ne time and he sat
v--n to the table without chang-
Tin' c . a; ,ng of the same day
v.ao! i he last letter he ever
there is no
need of alarm over The surviving children are
Mrs. Jackson Safrit.
i t was to Hamilton and
.lie subject of establish-
.: m !i!ary school.
hiiday, Dec. 13th, snow
ojiit'mu-d to fall but Washington
v'at out a few rods from the
lifu.-. and marked some trees
'at ( wanted to be cut down.
After j eturning to the house in
tho ('a:i;ing he complained of
sorone in his throat.
This iTovedtobe the beginning
of the end.
About 3 o'clock on Saturday
ing, Dec. 14, he called Mrs.
ci;i't'ftr)7i nnd with preat dif-
r ulty informed hor that ho had
a chill At daylight he w7as bled,
aWu a. half a pint of. blood be
lna drawn from his arm. A
vinegar stew wTas tried for the
: '!'-'h but without effect
Three doctors wore called in,
fcore bluod was drawn from the
rrrii and calamel was adminis-
Latu in the evening he said to
Washinifton. "Go to mv
csk and in my private drawer
you will find two papers; bring
them to' ine.
"The-e are mv wills, -oreserve
sone and burn the other.';
At ' oVlookhe said to Dr. Craik:
lI die hard, but I am not afraid
'H'o." Tb', other two doctors
had to come in and he
. . up in bed. After a
is he .-.aid: "I am
Upon being assured that these
directions would be followed ho
said 'Tis well." These wore
his last words. He calmly felt
his own pulse, folded his arms
across his breast and quietly
In this manner the great Gen
eral met death.
The time was about 10 p. m.
Saturday night Dec. 14, 1799.
At 12 o'clock his body was car
ried down stairs and laid in the
dining room and on Dec. 18 it
was deposited in the family vault
about 100 yards from the house
and in sight of the Potomac.
There it remained till 1837 when
it wras removed to a new vault a
little farther down the river and
where it now rests.
To this spot thousands of pil
grims resort every year.
It was before the old vault the
great Lafayette stood in rever
ence and silent meditation upon
his visit to America in 1824.
It was near the new vault that
the Prince of Wales planted a
tree with his own hands when he
visited this country in 1860.
It is to the spot, too, that the
Presidents of the United States,
statesmen, lovers of patriotism
and of history resort, and where
President McKinley has promised
to deliver an address this day.
Mount Vernon! Washington!
what memories cling around
these names. How they stir the
heart of every American and in
spire him with ccurage and de
votion as nothing else
Dec. 14, 1899.
A CI ine, Mrs. Jj A Kidenhour,
Mrs. A J Lippard, Mrs. Jro. A
Lippard, Mrs. J M Blackwelder
and Mrs. T E Evans.
She leaves a husbana, seven
.These roo'!s Imve boen selecteJ with
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enco to their fitness for .holiday giving -n. ;:ut
utilitv nnd low nriee. We e note sonr1 sre lov
tliat should throng this departmeiit with h'opi 'h
have never visited this part of the store. It s something
entirely new, nothing' ever m town like it. it s p t ir"
a separate store. 'Tis a pleasure for us to show you
lover the stock.
Beautiful China tea sets of 56 pieces, real value ten
vw" X' - " -
i n Han rm en t. A . . i , 1 -
w-. ii -iii i ill i i . i i i , . i r
ko. fo irom iuc to toc eacn. .vre you puzjea as w a seuuUe
The deceased became m tall , , . , , tx i i i- ' .
connection With St. John's E hSh then thmk. of a cake plate, salad chsn, pn. tray,
church at an early age umor the i ?itn0V a.ut1 nu a.iu
ministry of Rev. Jno. D Scheck, 1 r . -, T . , . 1 . ,
j t f -r - We are simply hurrying the wind with pnn-s on
and her generous self -sacnficinc:. -, i. or Vr i i i
. . - ,r fancy lamps at $2.25. We show you a lamp with rich
ministrations to others aii' i i j i til i i u
, VJ. i ir i i i 'floral designs on dark or light ground with hirire tiat
through life embellished her , i . i p . ii ii i , i
, . f. , . bowl set on brass reet and large round shape globe vvith
Christian character. real value 0f $3.50. Just for a flyer to advertise this de-
She aid not onjoy all the ad- .t t we fr Qn gale Tlmrsday morning 25 fancy
vantages desirable, bu made the shade, brass feet, worth 1 .50, so
best use of her talents, anu it j as th laAst'ori 98c.
may well be said of her, bhe &Crocke tinware and glassware of every descrip
hath done what she could. . in department. All kinds of lamp, and
Memory's tribute stamps hers as j chimnevs.
a. nfo nf nnvarinH.. -nerseveri np. ' c A 4 J '
provident beneficence to those
within her reach. J
The earthlv remains were laid j
to rest today (Thursday) at St.
John's church amid sleeping an
cestors and her nearest of the
dead, after the funeral rites by
her pastor, Rev. S D Steffey.
Do you hear those "Wedding Bells. "
They be ringing loud and clear,
Evidently calling you to the
Concord is Known by Them.
Each year Concord and Cabar
rus county is a rendezvous for
the Northern men who wish to j
come to the South and spend a t
while hunting. Some of them' r llrss Qo Oif
come regularly each year and 1111 IILUi w OLUi U Ul
recommend this place toothers. Do I HorriQ J i"
Already this year a number have D I j I I CI I I 1 0 OC S J
been here, among them the at- th make ent a , cspecialty"-useful as well :.s ornament,!
torney general. Last week loui at prices that suits everybody. Come and see. Xiens will -co
arrived herein the county from be here if you want a present for Father. Moth.-, fro'1 . .
taxxr York and on VV eanesctay I Rictpr or some other body's brother sii
two more came from Pennsyl-1 so our customers say that keep eve ry ihii.-g -
vi? '(. we .! t v-
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. N(;v all drnpgi'sell vania. These men too are ahvays i We like you in fad; we love you: and ti.u :u,r
r S JZlle and willin to pay for jtor we love you. Increase our love -.v, ., ,,,
. " J ! Ouinine in a tasteless iorm. all lavuia .-"- ! UCIl, i iciS U.'- V, V'-J
... " .I10 the vault U! alt. people. ; Residence Phone.... 90.' Store 'Phone .... 12.
uxter I am dead.''. leatiw; xoiiicb
Do not let