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CONCORD, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER IS. 1590.
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KESOLUTIO:W OF INSPECT.
;:uvs '1 no Dynamite Joints Adopted by the Woman's 31k
r':iiln:il Here The Dyna
.vl On a JSIsorl Vnile Be-
there is a
-ui count v who is so low
Society of Oniral
Our hearts are saddened in
giving up one of our beloved co
workers, Mrs. Rettm Pvnncf
tractor and devoid of She v.as one of the faithful, but
i.siodosiicliathm-as the dear Lord lias released her
on Inst Saturday morn- . from earthly tasks and taken her
7 o'clock? No graver unto himself. Shall we mourn
's been perpetrated in as those who have no hope? Is
of our county than nt out- loss her gain?
ist Saturday mornmg j "Precious in the sight of the
,a one placed two jo'uts Lord is the death of his saints."
he, with the caps inside ! Therefore, Resolved, .That we
on the railroad track ' bow in submission to hhn who
i t distance above the ! doeth 11 11 things well.
One orthe Movt Vrunnimd in the South. ; Tho Lunar Eclipse.
: Tlie Souihevn Industrial News. The eclipse en Saturday
published at Atlanta, has :h, ! -is one of the prettiest on record : XVf t'owmmi.c Hum .r
followhifT i.i its last issue in re- and was really faultless. It ! a v ?' ?7; ; A 1
g'dvd to Concord:
came when all could v'ew itl&oclock.
One of the most hnsilin? and without loss of sleep, and
prosperous centres of cotton the unrealized meteoric display,
manufacture in tbo South is Con- It was practically total. The
cord, the county seat of Cabar- various shades and thus dis-
V.Tork in tirst decree.
rus county, N. C. The census played on its face were interest
of 1890 gave it a population of ing and pretty. The man in it
only 7,200 and there were only probably had the blues as he
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A ?lonster Devil Fisvi.
Destroying its victim, is a iyj of
Oon-Mpation. The power of this n--derous
malndy i felt cn or'ii- nnil
nerves and bram. There's no btitb
hvn small pMIa m, n,, v,, vm,,,! ui, i . i tin it a overcome. l,ut Vt -Jitms New
wll-wxA i.i., - Liiuiu, uuu vivui iiiu uuiius ucutv s u c, j Lif e Til ! s are a sfe and Certain ,.,ire.
the town, though still small as but the refracted red that bends ' Hest in tho stomach, ;j..r.
regards the number of its inhabl- most to spread a mantle of cheer-! fefX ZZ 0nly cu afc
tants,, has shown wonderful iness over nature buns: its tinted I
alo mills. They were fas
io i tio rail securely.
-..Me good fortune Air.
. Y:..Kre. who is a siraight
wvd ;;nd trustworthy old gen -:aw.
1 Missed along the railroad
(:i tited them. He took
o T of the rails and started
ui to report the matter
Resolved, That we honor her
memory, emulate her virtues and
never forsake the cause she
Resolved, That we extend our
sympathy to her stricken hus-
growih industrially. There arc folds over the entire front as if
now m operation thprn fhp fnl- to conceal at loast n, d no-von of
lowing cotton mills: vexation natural for Madame !, st clzer rotl,r,,P ",ore
mi , T T- , , last niirnt.
IheOdell 3Iig. Co., which was Luna when the world in all us
started in 1878 with 1.000 spin- perverseness interposed itself! " AicUuttie speu. ves-
dies and no looms. Now
between her and the fountain of
. ! terday in Charlotte.
ates 30,000 spindles and 1,850 her loveliness, the source of ' all
looms, Make Plaids, Sheetings her smiling beauty.
Mr. T C Wilson, of Glioma,
spent yesterday here.
,ent, and had walked
;! distance when No.
vibbound New York
i;i l rain, blew.
,.i.y:' to make one shud-
'u'ht to think of ihe
:d Mr. Ioore not de-
dynamite. A wrecked
losses of life would
Tiie new; was quickly heralded
hoadquartors and detectives
j iii v yji k uu tut? case. it ia
; od : ir,1' the search for the
o-iiii will be fruitful and
: wi; ; meet the pun:sment
.j d le-r his intention to kill
T T 1
; ui:: v- one t)ut manv.
band, her bereaved children, and I ? lli" llLiL V A fe if? L i 7 ' , 4 ' ' U.A v ,I"
Ai . xi -. i i own goods. and m the inc-dent saw the lotte, was here this morning,
pray that they mav have the j ,T , , 1 , , c , "'
God ahoutL' . 1 'uvw Ui uixivci.au nnu3C Mr. K L JJuvaJ. oi Char-
arm of her
consoling, an(lYnvns n-1rq. Qimntinn.c Ar,: nri e'ufj" Twmlaritv that its main
,i . . i ... tt t -- va- - uuu liV(jl-lUi,0. illl O CD " J -
to join her in the "blessed be
yond" where loved ones never
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions bo placed in the m-n-utes,
published in our papers,
and a copy presented to the fam
ily of the deceased.
Mus. W R Harris.
Mrs. Emma Misenheimer.
Mrs. D 13 Cojltrane.
GE. DULLER DEFEATED.
n W "rnfnf I til i wiul
Mi-. .Ii . W Wagoner, a white
' 1 r..i different tirnt-s has
our jail about live
i ' . : i s been rel ea sed n o w,
; A: t-rVed h:s sentence for
';:i: whiskev. This is the
u:? t s retailing whiskey
'U. ;: i: Buffalo mill one Sat-
'A r -A'A
.'iii; he expressed
- !!.:., A'lnks to .failer Town-
..-::?: and .Sheriff Peck
: ; ! ' ' ,d treatment to him
'!" - "on erne i: i ne e.
; :r Ai'.ivv obligations
of the above the
i I.A ilway will sell tickets
. ts at rate of one and
d first-class standard
r.- -s for round-trip.
)d sale Dec. 22 to 25th
;;oth to .Tail. 1st inclu.-
- - i leaders upon pre
,u oi certilicates signed
':m; :i ... Principal or Presi--('
r.jol.s and colleges on
to 21st. All tickets
( timing; Jan. 1th 1900.
Attempts to Cross the River and Fails
Eleven Cannon Lost.
Gen. Buller has-suffered a sig
nal defeat in his first action
against the Boers. He attempted
to force a passage of Tugela
river and failed.
There are two fords. In at
tempting to cross one he did not
know the force lying in wait for
him . The artillery advancod too
close and was met with a lire go
galling that nearly all the horses
were killed and ten of tho guns
had to be left when a retreat was
ordered to save a useless sacri
fice of life.
Tho British casualties were 82
killed, 607 wounded and 348 miss
ing, aggregating 1,097 put out of
Gen. Duller withdrew to the
camp which he h id left with the
ten cannon covered by the Boer
ranee and o"i gun destroyed by
a Boer shot.
It is the worst defeat the Eng
lish have suffered in this war and
is deeply depressing 10 the Brit
ish people, but the cry is to
prosecute the war with renewed
Rev. J C Davis went to Lex
ington this morning, whore he
will meet with Bishop Cheshire.
Mrs. H T Sawyer, of New
London, arrived here tin .nam
ing to visit her brother, Mr. J
Mrs. Jas. Freeman, of
dition to the plant, now under sp? tng could be none other than
construction, will add to the the Omnipotent whose spark of
(equipment 6,000 spindles and 300 intellectual fire glows in the
looms, making a total of 23,000 brain of man revealing not only
spindles and 84u looms. the tact of coming planetary
Cabarrus Cotton Mills operate conjunctions but the very mo
4,500 spindles and 320 looms on ment of the alignment.
oiiueuugs. j xxjo v, wvr ; lotte, arrivea Here trns morning.
Coleman Mfg. Co. operates often to be gazed upon with men- j She is stopping at Mr. C R
. ' . xi i j x 1 1 z "VTT u 4-
7 1 minr nc n n. nnmc Lai UieaSUl U UI1U CUD LCmTJiaLlVtJ . VYliitU a.
Yarns and Sheetings. (Tin's mill feasting.
is owned and operated by no-! " '
m-no.st.lio nnUr mm n? ihn Xtuul ' : . AUgUSt Flowers.
in the world.) j
Lippard & Shealy
'It IB A surprising fact," says Prof.
For owr viitT Tears
Mrs. Winslow'fl Soothirr Pvrup has
been used for over fifty jears by 'mil
lions of mothers for their childrou
Rh,SI "l1 PTari!.f ; while teethiu... with perfect meemi
Mf or. Co. t.ho world, for the last ten years, I have
Operates 2,000 spindles on 1l arns. Au-ast Flower than any otner remedy.
The Bala Cotton Mills Co. op- for dyspepsia, deranged liver and stom-
atuc, auu xui wxicupauuxi. j. xxxxu iui
tourists and salesmen, or for persons
filling: office positions, where headaches
and general bad feelings from irrijrular
habits exist, that Green's August Flow
er is a grand remedy. It does not in
jure the system by frequent use and is
excellent for sour stomachs and indi-
i o O 1 1 Xi. J X X TT X t
, ,i,r,l1. fesiion. oampio uoluuh xre ul h etz-er a
w ii noui ( d gtore gold by dealer8 in all civil.
water power or other special ad-; zed countries.
vantages, and speaks well for the
enterprise and public spirits of
erate 2,000 spindles on Yarns.
This makes a total for thoj
town of 69,500 spindles and 3,160
looms, which is an excellent
showing for a comparatively
small inter -or town,
soothes tho child, softens the gains,
allays nil pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little eulferer immedi
ately. Sold by druggists in ovvry pnrt
of tne world. Twenty-live cents a bot
tle. Be sure and ask for vTrb. Wil
slows Soothing Syrup," and -V m
i MO Lino
Vi? VSkJ v:
Cotton Marlu t Not Depressed.
Price, McCormick & Co. have
g .man from 17 to 10 for
;oCv,pn-v mul treas-
and fur::1.1!: v
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or bruise, Bucklens Arnica
8ilve the lst in tne world, will kill
:XknarA i-oirtly heal it. Cures
:,v'y,,,ci Vovcy -'ores. Ulcers, Boils
idi Skin Eruptions.
.;-t Pile cure on o;irth. Onl7 a
" ox. Cure guarauteod, oia vy J
Biggest of All.
; Mr. Caleb Earnhardt, of No.
1 5, brought us the biggest turnip
i last Saturday of all. We weighed ; vXv O
! it on the same scales that we
have been we j shins' others and , y
at great trouble and cost eom-it diw ten pounds ai,d len
k. v, . j - -x ounces cieau ui ui iiuy uun ; ...
the cotton market this season. !but pure turnip. We suppose ! ?f
We have received the following ; rnis beats thelland. ; '-&v -.u -
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telegram from them:
New York, Dec. 16, '99.
Editor Standard, Concord, N. C
1 nis beats tne laud.
lTv son has been troubled for years ;
! with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago
. : ; I i)ersaaded him to take .some of
i, uoncora, i . v-. : i persaaaea mm iu tao ftoixxu
, rir ovif'li Ohambererlaifl's Coiic. Cholera
oi l HiSii;. , Kemedy. After u iug
i 1 i r j , T r . J,"l-rt tt- . i .111 - I
svaai anci Lne I'otueaoi mu -ceui w ub tmcu. ,
v i I ivo this testimoir.il, hoping some,
ill iNew lork oQ Fimijiriy afflicted may read it andj
has acted ax- be benefited. Thomas C ,poe
j j jlinc1.rV Gkncoe, O. For sale by M L Mash k
with tnesbgm- Co. DrUggist.
in conditions; ; .
11 nan f '
named will advance sharply. lie
ceipts- below smallest estimates
and crop looits shorter than
'3T i3 what the People
:'-,!.v I'!'-,-t of- YhaVv Why
A'- im iparilhi ha.s tlio largest
.... j Caii
Prjcf:, McCoilviick & Co.
Cold Steel cr Death.
' The re is" bi t fm' "i
Do you hear those
They be ringing loud and clear,
Evidently calling you to the
'.i a. in.
a COLD IN ONE DAY
- Bromo Quinine Tablets.
-?u:it'' v if it fails to
,t ?rom the Gun
t .1? ti-Jt t'tlil
kit (i '.! f'-ol hit It. JJ. OLUUXiiaxx
of NevfiTfc, Micli., m me , ' A '1
It c.msi-d honiblo Ulcers tnai no iul
! mcnt helped for 20 years Then
nucklen's Arnica Halve cureu uiu.
n.i.ra ( nts. lirmses. jduixxb, "f
Felons, Corns, Bkin Eruptions
;i, ri nntfl). 25 eta. abox.
i,"d. Sold ut Fcteert Drug ..... , 'e' eu Oetpr. '
i; -if-ot. it through nil i S
sa , J your uuu - i
before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ie, ;
it; -- Vv irr rioctor aiier vaini v ix .
iv " vv lirr doctor after vainly
to cure her of a frightful case of stom
v j. ii ot-,,1 vpIIhw laundice. xle
acn uuuuiD v
B.J. H&n is &'r
where they make present
a " -
didn't count on the marvellous power oi ; t priCGS that suits every: m m
I! as oi'"i
i' -t-t . i r - l
L?te)n&t she hmd ont tooi be here, it you ynt apresem xor iMu::..
iver bottlerwas wholly cured, avoided Sister, or some other body s 010 r,-r . ;
DC ... i..-4? -a TTPiVlis more and crv rnr pnstnmpis snv 1 hnt keeij . v ; -r v ii hu aL iii'ir
tio i.nrfpr than ever. It's positively i wn i;iro vnl1 hi f-.s- we 'i.vp vol. t ' ! V Vol
i v. , ' won't - von.
SdKid troubles andnever diskp-jter we love you.
poinfe! Price 5Ccat Fetzer'a drag store, j
Residence Phone .... 90.
Store Phone. .