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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1899.
,!0U 'HONS OF KESMECT
Sing i e copy c knts.
T(,tk - T ' ' 1 uiut , me uoiise.i'iirreney Bill Carries by 100
tie radios' Benevolent So-
. i'i; ! Presbyterian Church.
to 150 Almost a Solid Party Vote.
The House currency bill which
V :s. Elizabeth Phifer 1 was discussed ail last week was
p;ijsnii. had been a member j passed 011 Monday by a vote of
-hv shice its orgauiza- j 190 to 10. Every Republican
!-,!, -u i-J". was taken from tho ! votod in tho affirmative, and all
;- iM,: "earth on November 9, i lhe Derats voted in the nega-
vw r reward in Heaven; lve fvo clovo11 who voted for
r.,. !1he bl11 ;Uui a few that were
mi- 1 1.1 il)ailed against it, and one Mr.
fuvit. That we humbly o-,T c
J , binitti, of Missouri, who. did not
tho goodness of
go on record.
To Give a binln. Christmas Holiday Excision Rate.
This evening Miss Margaret Account of the above the
Cannon will give a tea to a num- Southern Railway will sell tickets
ber of invited friends, some of to a11 Points at rae of one and
whom will arrive from Char-i jf, firstf ass staffd
, ... . m, . . " one-way fares for round-trip,
lotte this evening. This will he Tickets on sale Dec. 22 to 25th
one of the most brilliant occa- and Dec. 30th to Jan. 1st inclu
sions of the beginning holiday sive- Tickets will be sold to
season. It will be complimen- students and leaders upon pre
tary to her visiting Agnes Scott SS!J&?
uic uupi., jriiucipai ur jt resi
dent of schools and colleges on
Dec. 15th to 21st. All tickets
limited returning Jan. 4th 1900.
?ilv Father in diviner
i da vs and in caUii!-! 0ar Bo-vs r,hiil?,y hi It.
. ' V-e of a long am1 1 We notice that Geo. Lawton is
- r'o depart and be 1 011 a move with . the Eleventh
hich - Car better:'-1 Cavalry under Uol. Lockett and
vvr:Ll: That we I battalions of the Twenty-ninth
jUhful adherence j and Twenty-seventh infantry
. -Mid her interest j under Lieut. Col. Sergent to
, - r.n example of j capture San Mantco, Avhere Ge
ortlr; the imitation I I'onomo has 300 insurgents. This
.liivjr. j indicates that cxv Concord boys,
:, That we sym- j TJeut. Hill ard Y - rs. Jay Sims
h her relatives in , :ind Fletcher Foil, may be getting
..-"a ent and that aiS0111 of the experience of Fil-i
vretary's book of . h"no warfar e.
J-vo'ed to her mem- OpeniTDyed.
-r-vl with this trib-! ri ,
i lhe State Normal will
Lieut. Rrumby Dead.
The gallant Thomas M Brumby j
whose serious illness has been
noted died Sunday evening. Ho
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Eurn,
was Admiral Dewey's flag Lieu- Salve, the best in the world, will kill
tenant in the battle of Manila 1e,Iil1 and PromPtly heal it. Cures
t , , . . A , 1 . . Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers Boils
and the attachment between him Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
and the Admiral was very PfPt ile cure ODi eaith'o 91 25 S
J t)x. Cure guaranteed. Sold by P B
marked. It will be remembered Fetzer, Druiet,
that his native state, Georgia, be- j ""
stowed a sword :.vr manv d;
monstrations to his honor.
Tor vr yiltv Yonrfl
Mrs. Winslow's Scot! :r g S
been used fr ov fltf t -b-p Vylnn!
lions of moTliers for thtir jl-.lren
wbilf te-tl i.r. witli perftct ; r. it
soothes the chiid, om-u the :nms,
allays all iin, rnrto vriud "'.ic, r.i.-l is
tVo best. remedy for Diarrhn-.-a. Tt Trill
rtlieyetiie poor little butTfcr ..rafwi
ately. Sold by druiristn ia L'crv i urt
of the world. Twenty-live cvs ; r.
tie. Be sure and usk f-r '.'Jr-..
slows Soothing Syrup," aud tRe no
Clarence Mcscr, whose home
is near Mt. Pleasant, is rnkcr a
superintendent's course in tho
Cabarrus cotton mill.
NO CUBE. SO PAT ,
That is the wav all (irnrsris' Fed
Grove's TatitelcFS Chill To mo .bills
and Mainra. Tt 7 simoly Tri a! J
Quinine iu a tastel- forra. t'.h iir,u
OVe il. Alult rt-f- r to 1 i. iiU-
e-itinc: Tor ey Fr .j, "Ak.
Taking Up tlu4 y.-Aluo Victims.
Havana, Dec. 1. The work
of disinterring the remains of
Linj lvidiuu vhju.ij: uujaii ' iii
morning under the supervision
of Father Chadwick and Surgeon
Marcour. Great care was taken j
H. L. PARKS & CO.
" ' . s Gi-;sox,
j open on the Jnd of January as it to disinfect the eai'ih and caskets j
i v;as hopi'd. The reasons are! as the bodies were removed. I
wp - a collision of tvo
::lx ' tva'ns Mondav near
brieliy .hv: ' is impossible to-Tie v-attJesiip T :-.-;: is here t--
j get the extensive and thorough I take the bodi(s U) the I r.ited:
worse oi ssnnection comineted ! btato. J t is pijaole Uia l rim-
Tho fuliesi measure of modern
r Iin lip i duMM
Si. aA r T.,'awk' l-X y. . . : .
scientific disinfection and sanita-
i tion will be enndoved to avert
.o serious dam-
another scourge oi fever.
.- : . Knginer Orr.
Firenian A ' . e, and Conductor
': (e:i t but not fa-
tallv. is '.v;,.s a case where a
b:ihi irain topped and did
:k !w: to the rear and was
St ,0u' .r Jii Lots.
h-. V. A Vrilkinson has sold
o?2t' of his lots purchased some
''':? rjo from Capt. Chas. Mc
frjiiaid to Mrs. Mary Sugg, of
Forest Hill, situated on St.
Charles street. The considera
Cnnght In Morocco.
A fine piece of detective work
as done by the Pinkerton de
fectives in tracing Thomas K
-Qnter, the imhoszzling auditor
- the Atlanta and West Point
r-lroad who suddenly disap
peared several weeks ago after
cKuinir awav witn more tnan
?.,roo of the company's money.
wus kr.abbed in Morocco, on : ivmvyt
JS;iu Francisco ?linticis.
i 'The San Francisco minstrels,
which were at Liscomb's opera
house on Saturday night, gave
one of the best minstrel shows
ever presented in this city. The
jokes and songs were entirely
new and catchy. There was a
large house, and every one who
witnessed the show was highly
pleased with the many attractions."
Does Insurance Fuji
Read the following;
Mr. Jno. A Sims, Agent,
Concord, N. C.
Dear Sir: This is to acknow
ledge receipts of $32.86, in full
payment of weekly indemnity
due me for accident under policy
No. 55,135. This makes a total of
$42.86 that I have received from
your company, tho 4 'Aetna," for
accidents during the last four
months, while the total cost to
me has been but $10.00.
The above amounts paydng me
in full for time lost during my
while at tho same time,
v. v i . , , A. Iliv life nas been insured for
.North west coast of Afnca. , ( r0 d the same licy
vrill he brought back for trial
ittrr.v,i'c I!.:me Dealers,
e Ashovir.o Citizen says the
j''piO of a community called
: ;;A;j- are looking for a man
iiiLulf Edwards who
Are you somewhat bothered or worried as to what would !e
work will be mp'h ! ed Tb suitable then let us assist you. Why think of the fancy double
! breasted vests now so swell. We have gotten in a tie v lot es-
T r. t 'according to your ideas of economy at $1.50, up to :r: "A
Rev. J A B b ry went to . J J 1
Winston this morning. j Who would not be proud of one?
Mrs E 7 Bodkin went to
Thanking you, and through
you, your company for .prompt
payment of both my claims, I
M D Schubert,
Machinist and Engineer,
, "Hop IMh. 1899.
mgh the country to get. j Tf vnll aro working with any
tv 'plrrcro. He ro- Viii .0f m-.-hincry you should
V?o "l e h;hioe no turn, in securing acci
r . l-.t iusui-anco. Look around
'" 'vS hiC i '- vrP aU(l srP :,uvv-inany accidents
!:;t!;'-r mrmcy too. rn.n hapiu - to your . fellow
' -yi ' c: a:.el ' ,(j.'kinv meu. Delay not, delay
1 va..:c-a!sy;not, for delay is dangerous.
' ; iv)ii j v" in-. C-all on, . .
, . - 1 f Q John A Sims, Agent
1 : v; ' v; lsf- or Office in Post Office Building.
. "!'- -. j p g. Komember that I sell
; Life, Fire and Accident Insur
s. Robbins arrived j anco, and also insure Sf
y-r nndnv ni-ht from Sickness, including bMAbb
. ,: . J. A. S. Agent. !
Winston this morning.
Baxter Gillon, of China
Grove, spent last night here.
Mr. J N Bohanan, of Hick
ory, arrived here this morning.
Mr. J R Smith arrived here
this morning to visit his sister,
Mrs. M L Brown.
Rev. W P McGheo, of
Mooresville, was here a short
while this morning.
Mrs. H N Miller and Mrs. R
L Patterson, of Mt. Pleasant,
were here today shopping.
Mossrs. 'B E Harris and Jno.
D Hatchett' .went up the road
this morning on business.
Mr. Chas. Wadsworth, of
Charlotte, is here today with his
brother, Mr. Jno. 3 WadswTorth.
sister, Miss Myrtle Patterson, of
China Grove, were nere toaay
Mrs. R A Brown and Misses
Mamie Ury and Sadie Bencini
are spending this afternoon, m
Mr. Silas Thorne, who
recently left the Odell mills to
accept a position traveling, is
The Neckwear manufacture has broken all previous records.
You will think so when you see the new Christmas patterns.
Never did we think neckwear was so pretty as th's season. Our
new style puff at 50c is something to bej appreciated. Our 25c
ties are jam up in styje. That man is yet to be found who ha
too many ties.
Might call your attention to house slippers, China ash trays,
and handkerchiefs in great profusion; shirts and hats are no small
item in a man's wearing apperal.
We would be proud to assist yu.
H. t PARKS & COMPANY.
Do you hear those "Weddinjr Bells."
They he ringing loud and (dear,
Evidently calling you to the
fC'-v j r u. r n xu r oil-: o-
. rr. I
. ni. r rm Mr - I
S. J. Iffii's.
where they make present a ' :l" ; .!y"-i--D: n - w-:i a...
at prices that suits everybc;dy. C-y-y ' n.
1d lioro Tf von wanl a on.'.-fi:; r.u' Fa: ...-i'. Mother, 1
tor we love 2vrou. Increase our lovu v. ( a wyou,
lister, or some other body's bro.he'f or ' we are th" -o
our customers say that ke'i " :ry-hh'g at pries w.iy -re
like you in fad: we love you: and.: he larger your b:ii I
Bell, Harris u
Residence Phone 90. Stoi e Phoue U,