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CONCORD. X. C, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1899.
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JT-f ..t$k im Pl 4 &
V i ' ""Wi,t 41,1,1 1 -Vr.s as io Nali.lMiry. A Thief Helps Ilimeelf.
?y -c -ss Ho ent rimnnrh Willi 1 " I Even hero in "Concord the re-
?:: -.-ativos-JHs ? ij;;''i1or , Mr. (oo. L Hack no v. wiitnr ,f-nn,.r :
t- - l i. ueiu; L"!
i i V'i1li tlio Capital.
i;r NfuLir Correspondent.
ru.n. D. C.
. daughter of 1 1 o man i
! , , , Jl,v-' L'v now qnuruiitiiiod
MissAduh 011(' 1i0r m syoakiiiir of L.r ,i'V .." 1 iC; bn(.: r:Grcll- in tlie refno-orator I
ilOltfil It v of Pnnpovl'c irrlrw I ' ' ' tito r . 1 . '
i 1,1 i..
nrculatoa tnat v.'o
On Thursday- night some thief
f a rod nicely on the back porch at
Mr. Brevard Karris'. On the!'1 KcLl !-"t
t ! ,
iTO CURE A COL!) ' N 'J
Tn'e Lri:itiv( 11 , (
AH lrn- .
pifnlliv of Concord's poople,
'ii'v i a w vs noon nr.
national t"nat( .siouli U be sent to the
cases of smallpox have
Col 1 Steel or Deith.
vtio cjimo to ash-; J);'V nig: , , , tr.n intonriori for Kroi,fnc nnj "Tb.-re i;t
II 'I'll -.'i.i'l ! . . ". "i. I i t . a . . - il-LiAVL". llC (iril-Nl. 1 I I I
"v Ji-V- ,lliU ' ' ' save vour lit n ttir t.- -!
promi)t attention and there is not for soine thiol that passod : "I'-muM-' u;i,
, . .... .. .. . . , . , n-f-io ?h-s i. rhu1. ..c tv
and iVstivo"1 hon.o' conference. Tlds , aunU- qm hollr f - i,r'''--i
tlian a 111! o m town i lio t nu f ATi TI.v.u- ,,v. .to 1 ' ! m t ; 1 ; ;1 . ...
crked lier for Ids P-UMvas iu . -.'.eruption. AVe Avere ' fnllfm . f. , ' . ' "r'" 1 u' " tr(,,;,u,l yeli.v .
i 4 ;. , onWtMhio,l in ;n , i -4 n lolUnunli ovor signa- hers lieanng the noise, but d d ; a.r - on ti-r:, !rV-: . -
"':V ";!K,":,1,li1-: hoiJ'o, AT, m0!11 turo of J;r- V L CV"P tbe ot think that it was some per-if!-": V':V
UOWeV. J'llO -w''1 1 r.u:iin!u wot; .
i ' t i;e
'.mix th-o old an m w
; villi tlie thoh
'i iniu'od of the Yest. , Tll'T P'-t . masters in the art
n " i 4i alIX4;ilV("1 in 1:10 disbury Sun meats, and did not -et out of ! f'VT' v' ; "
.1 mrnr oower-and they T!imvl!ly 0VfiIl!p,,: h.l. All of the mution ami a j 1": "
Hu: m peop.e to niavo In v?w cf oxairraU ll part of the sausage were taken. ' !u :'it!,iv- tr-''l!'1;'- ;:,a
nests Mi)ov themselves, v-nwc- nf .-.p o r i " p.'iDt.s. rru-f ;n.Mit i-ctzcr s ,
' iopoi is ot. snip !vi'.c m balisburv
' . W Vivii 1 M I IK J V 111(1 " ' xiJt. . i . i . i - i , r , , , n , , .
I "'I I ... il.llUl!
,'ts o-ooso is cooked. sister ot our Host, ana Miss
circulated ovr r-i- State, T, ovei
' of entertai-dr-ir. Miss TiYoon,:.n
o .vvii count v. do-
. i ii Viil' i nirrr n -ti i i,.l .
;.o oisio ; i (mioers were . 11 n-o to on n i r.u.tc w, nw.
:w(i!r hiheAvasc)u;elled,a enchantment nl life to (in dincroni sta.--vs oft he disease)
. ::J ;wide. That In' .man- . "v Vlslt- llol e shall 17 eases of discivlo smallpox in
to Ware a seat at all was a oft1 !nw,i -i(,s &od pe(,pe tlie pest lionse, Uuated one mile
of ehance. When the aoain- ' from Ihi' (.v lin.'.ts All hoimuk
'who have been directly exposed
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i t.i.i i nil. t v a .-. 4Ai,i. , i u in1.- cast s ? now nnf r
VII..I 1' , I M F I I I 1 I I . 1 I I 1 I I I I I . I M i I - - - - - ..
O A i R li
ehance. When the.;1-nin-'
nn1 hv s"-ts vas'col. .1. F. ArntfUrstnfl-omcers.
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, : t '
with tlie others-
is-the First IK-dment of the strlct (I n'rant ice and detention."
i-e rear of tlie railing ea-erly Norlh Carolina State Guard, lias
. . ;' . . 1 : . . I.i 1
ii- ioi his iKiiiio, ei.t . wiieii aipointed the following stair
nt t no oox were : ex
. . 1
Oiiu-ers: .uaior and surireon. '
: t ti nis name had not boon Chas S
Tninsport St -amer Lost.
A British stoturor of large size
called she Elcto:. left America on
Jordan, of Asheville: ' ,
J . 1 T, ' me -uin oi jast January,
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a iiaiii una siti :.;ein, J aAu;i iv.
A. h h.ad not taken tlie oath- nimter, of King's .Mountain;
,se:d been placed in the ; lirst lieutenant and surgeon, R.
ex for hi-s!, hut by some acci- j-E r,e0j Clinton; captain and
-: tlie names of two Repub- quartermaster, Chas, C. Bunch,
- i:s inV)ers had not been ! Kaleigh : first lieutenant . and
se i when tlie balls were oxdmmmi
:s:irv. (h'orcro J, 1 A'nn.
speaker th.en ex- : Durham; first lieutenant and
nlained that the balls were OX- ! hnt1nlinn ndintnnt AHhnr W.I
lieutenant and battalion adjutant,
Jas. L. Watson, Salisbury; first
the Philadelphia limes, and has
not been heard from since. There
was a crow of i9 "persons and a
cargo of oats worth 00,000. It
is believed that the vessel sprang
a leak and wo I the oats. This
would swell the oats and burst
JJ i, 3v -VJi. iT JCf .?T
! austed. r.i s as'-ed it any mem-1 Troomnn WiUMi.viltn-
- had not boon provided with
s. Tie1 two Republicans and
'Roberts came forward. "If
he no objection,- said the j Harry Pasre, Charlotte.
lieutenant and battalion adjutant,
"i1ei ese gentlemen whoso
-s v,. net been drawn will
1 -.- -ct seats." No objection
:i j)?"-. red, and Mr. Roberts man
nr" io find a vacant seat in the
''.vn -me rear of the hall, in the
;("nerok'ee Strip." There he
i'vlied his lonely lent.
Tlie )etilions which Ropre--ataiive
Taylor "presented to
House protesting against the
'reing of Mr. Roberts were
V'T.v bulky. They consisted of
siv eiiilit rolls, each about
'- feet, in diameter, encased in
'Le American flag. These rolls
"e stacked up in the area in
est of the clerk's desk, where
hey impeded traffic until they
wr ro removed. They were col
1 'led by the cock-sure New
Vork newspaper .which thinks it
has a contract for running the
The special committee ap
e'ns -d p , i I'y Roberts is hinting
'.!: i a junketing trip to Utah at
4 expense of the people would
b the ) roper caper. Roberts
w'il app:;;'.r beforo this august
. 'biinte hortly, and will then be
st into outer darkness.
He Missionary Tea.
It was a nice evening the
Veung Ladies Missionary So
of the First Presbyterian
' mrch liad Tuesday at the home
'' r.lam King. ' Everything
' lovely, even the free will
' ' ' ast id to
All of His Things Ust.
We are sorry to learn that Mr.
Jake Stirewalt, a young man who
worked in the Cannon mill here
some time ago, was a loser also
by the fire at Albemarle. He
roomed upstairs in one of the
buildings that was burned. He
lost everything in his room, even
losing all of his clothes except
those he had on while at work in
the mill that niht.
These goods have been selected vith specif refer
ence to - their iitness for holiday giving bcaucy vlih
ntilitv and low nriee. We nuofe some snecial lo w. prie s
thestrrage ve,sol, it is said. It tiat s10ui(i throng this department with peop!;, who
is feared that vessel and all went lumk uever visited this part of the store. . It's somerliing
to the )ottom. entirely new, nothing ever in town like it. It's rust like
'a separate store. Tis a pleasure for us to shv-w y
nvor tho stock.
Mrs. Wmslov'a Sootbiiffr Syrup baa, -p, 2 i ri . . i? rr l l j
been used for over iifty years bv mil- i IDeauiUUl "wllllia tea SOLS OL OU HCCCS, I CUI aiiiC ICi
M T LI'lii
For Ovwr nii Yonrn
lions of mothers tor their
'vhile teething, with perfect bucccss
soothes the child, soltens the
.chsigdrc1IJ I dollars, only 7.50. China dinner sets, charming cleui,
felmiH, 1 rations, moderately priced at 22.50. The Jnigii.-eli pOi-
aiiays ail pain, cures iwind colic, and is celaiii in plaih white or blue decoration in' "all kinds of
the best remedy lor Diarrhoea. It will . - n - i ai i
relieve the poor little sufferer immedi-i dishes. Chilld '"IipS ail(i SaUCCl'S either plaill OF mot to
ately. Sold by druggists in every part . j f pQm JQc to 48 C eacJi. Are yOU puzzled as to tl suitable
of the world. Twenty-live cents a hot-1 . p. ., . . 1 x. -, i i l l i- i w-
tie. Be sure and ank for 4Mrs. Win-igitt, then think ot a cake plate, salad dish, pm tray,
slows Soothing Syrup," and take novnon -Jov cof rdmin. Dlntes. onns and snuoers. vases and
otherkind 7 - 7
We are simply hurrying the wind with prices on
fancy lamps at 2.25. We show you a lamp with rich
Mrs. Geo. Lore went ovorjflorai designs on dark or light ground with Idi .;c flat
to Charlotte this morning. JiM(Wj set 0n brass feet and large round shape globe with
Mr. and Mrs. J B Sherrill ; real value of $3.50. Just for a flyer to advert iselhis de
are spending the afternoon m j partment we put on sale Thursday morning 25 fancy
Charlotte. 1 decorated lamps, large shade, brass feet, worth $1.50, so
Mrs. Elam King went to : long as they last only 98c.
Charlotte this morning to visit at "Crockery, till ware and glassware of every desorip
Mr. R M White's. on jn new department. All kinds of lamps and
Mr. Ed. Young and s on, Mr. j lamp chimneys.
spent today here.
Messrs. Eruco Templeton
and Davidson .F.barr, of Moores
ville, spent a .'hvri while here
Mrs. J B Cart! and, who
lectured at tlie graded school
yesterday 'afternoon, went to
Charlotte lliis morning.
Favors Fire Commissions.
The Scotland Neck Common
wealth, commenting on the vast
destruction of forests and other
property by the careless hand
ling of fire says:
"The next General Assembly
would do well to establish a fire
commission for every county for
the purpose of investigating
such fires, properly placing the
responsibility and assessing the
proper damages for the same.
Such could be done without any
cost to the State, the commis
sion's compensation being a part
of tho penalty upon .those by
whose carelessness the fire orig
Goebel and Others Will Contest,
stated th id
JLl IO 7WOXL.X , VJ , ,
thoro will bo a contest before the -Clg8S ! h I lmitl YPi tOVB OT
! I i , . m.M . "
j m, ss
Do you hear those u Wedding Bells.
They be ringing loud and clear, ,
Evidently calling you to the
Kentucky legislature for the of
fices of governor, lieutenant
governor and other State offices.
W V -
0fa 6& ' where they make present a specialty' -us . 'us a.- w.n ts th n a:
Bel, Harris & Co.
Ij thlii:.-i Take Notice!
All members of Concord Lodge
No. 51 Knights of Pythias are
sted to meet m uasuo -cuui
.... .a. The
.it loo consisted
at 8 o'clock promptly.
Vv'oi'k in second ranK.
All members of third degree
team will piease be present also.
C. L. White, 0- C.
tJ7 '4 VV. s&j vac
at prices that suits everybody. Come and sec. Xmas v.a
be here. If you want a present for Father. MoMnn Ta-
Sister, or some other body s broil ; er let-, v:e- a.- ;
so our customers say that 1-rcp c a :a
We like you in fad: we love you: ioaa :
tor we love you. Increase our love o ..' -
Residence Phone 90. " Store 'Phone 12.