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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY. 1 CEMB)vR
Single opy 5
FUST y.W'iiY DEAD.
iin::ph:!Mt Faith imil lright I
'isinns at 'ionh!j.
reat Dwight L Moody
his reward ut noon on
no homo from Kansas
:.)., about a month ago
. ly broken down from
Ho novor completely
1 came peacefully and
..hantly. After partial re
y : :'om a sinking spell he
r see earth receding; hea
;pening; God is calling
. iien he passed away.
.;, . s Francisco Minstrels.
iiiu an Francisco Minstrels
tfavo us the best show of the
kind that Concord has enjoyed
or T.my moons.
Tii instrumental music was
rood., we should say very excel
lent. The songs were fair, the
V,;e decidedly laughable, and
i- nonsense even had the air of
r' r.nd laughableness.
T;!" acrobatic features were
some features being de-
A;.v of the troupe is the
::.;ile imitator of the female.
T 7 a voice highly cultivated
rrrs so trraeoful heal-
outdoes femininity and
: v 'Jieaks in with the mas-
ju.4 enough "lest we for-
'.-iiiiiing parts of the
so much over-
.Cdow the usual and question
;; -'( parts regarded as an essen-o-lament
in a minstrel that
.:- roupi can hardly be too
To Celebrate Xm? fty arria'ro.
The holidays are the busy
imes for the Register of Deeds
as several times pmc!i day ho is
liable to be called upon to fill out
his red blanks of marriage. Mr.
Cephas Litaker, who is acting in
the absence of Mr. Johnson, has
been doing a good business so
far, these being some of the
names left on record; Arthur
Buncly, of Forest Hill and Miss
Josie Hall, of No. 7 townshm:
I L '
I Joe Chambers, of No. 5 township
ana Miss Mollie Propst, of For
est Hill; Chas. Deal and Miss
Etta Misenheimer, both of No.
5 township; J DCrisco and Miss
Fannie Petrea, oC the Bala mill;
George Fincher and Miss Mattie
Taylor, of the Cabarrus mill; J G
Moose and Miss Lottie Earn
hardt, of No. 7 township.
Mr. Wilson to Leave Concord.
We are sorry to learn that Mr.
W S Wilson, who has been
assisting Mr. Jay Lentz as
teacher in the Concord High
School, has resigned his po
sition here lo re turn to the
University to study law.
Wr. Wilson is not pleased with
the work of teaching and wishes
to pursue his law course. Mr.
Lentz has not yet selected one to
take Mr. Wilson's place.
Has 'ot Yet Accepts!.
Rev. W L Lingle, of Dalton,
Ga., spent Friday night here.
It will be remembered that the
First Presbyterian church has
extended a call to him as pastor.
He has not yet accepted the call.
U Mill of the Spelling Contest.
Mrs. S V Erwin's school has
cio-ed for the first term, and to
Claudius Smith she awarded the
prize for the best spelling. The
pupil surprised their teacher
by giving her as a Christmas
present a beautiful black scarf.
Her school numbers thirty-two,
and ihey closed their first term
by having a Christmas tree.
Knur Led Senseless at Salisbury.
The Salisbury correspondent
to the Charlotte Observer says
'bo hitler part of the perform
ance of the JSan Francisco min
.''s there Thursday night was
f ' hort by an accident to a
":ibor of the troupe, who was
;ic acrobat. He got a fall
the shoulders of his asso
;';!' part, which deprived
f his senses for some time.
V. Ill lie Suspended Monday.
" . 1 i y will ti nd out stores
. t , vj- business houses closed
'! business suspended for
;.: v. With the abvjiice of
.5";:s. except pu.ibly some
jiil, and business closed,
'I'.vill have ? niot Christ
ri'here will be rio issr,u of
: a n t1 ; : i d on m on day .
ll not bo a surprise to any who
ui LiLiili-tr with jood qualities of
CaaiU laimcdy, to know
i.U; everywhere talie pleasure in
- a-ir (experience in the use of
t .( Luedicine and in tolling
' a bey Lave received from
' ; cox s it lias cured of
-A attacks f phenmonia it has
1 aii(i of the cnildren it-has saved
;' ks of croux and vli.
1 1 j: a1 irraiid, ood nicdicine.
i'dobyM. L. Marsh & Co.
3Irs. Martin Furr Dead.
On Friday evening about 8
o'clock Mrs. Furr, the wife of
Mr. Martin Furr, died after suf
fering some time with pneu
monia. She was 40 years of age.
She leaves a husband and sev
What Two Women Did.
Mrs. Jesse H. Sewell, who
came to Texas from North Caro
lina after the death of her hus
band, twelve years ago, bought
and to-day for which she paid
cash with money she made by
raising bees and poultry. Mrs.
Sewell and her daughter, the
latter a grown young lady, are
preparing to start a blooded stock
farm. The ladies say they will
not give up bees and hens, but
will also raise cattle and sheep
now that they have ceased to he
renters. Dallas No wa.
AWFUL LANDS ?iIj)E.
Two Hotels, a :ioualeiv and
y csseis i;o Down. j to all points at rate of
A Rome dispatch of the 22nd one third first-class
te I s nf a ,a one-way xares lor
I i r I T r f
Christmas Holiday Excnrsioil
Account of the above
Southern Railway will sell tickets
. , v ' i r l n r j i i ' -
stiange phenomenon at Amalti and Dec. 30th to Jan. 1st inclu
a tourist resort on the gulf of sive. Tickets will be sold to
Salerno. students and leaders upon pre-
Two large hotels and a man- sentation of certificates signed
asery that rested on a rock were 'aV'P PreSi"
C11(1(1n -j -i '4.1 , (Jent of schools and colleges on
suddenly and without a moment's ftec. 15th to 21st. All tickets
warning hurled down into the limited returning Jan. 4th 1900.
dephts carrying with them all I r - r' V ,
4. u a. J My son has been troubled for years
ttie occupants. More too, it with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago
crushed down with it four vessels I Persuaded, him to take some of
. Cnambererlaia's Cone, Cholera and
WitJi their crews that happened Diarrhoea Remedy. After using two
to be near when the slide of bottles of the 25-Cent size he is cured.
t m . I . , , I give this testimonial, hoping some
a juuu uujuuu cudic yarns Oi rocR one similarly afflicted may read it and
and earth wenl,off with a thunder
It took place in the n f ternoon
and the loss of life, while very
great, is not set down in an estimate.
be benefited. Thomas 0 Bower,
Glencoe, O. For saie by M L Mash &
volcano a -r lions
Arc rand, but .m Err.nti,- - .;-)
lite of joy. Dm .1:1 ms Ar;-;--. ' .
cures them, als" ( ld, Ktiv
Fever Sores, Ulc:r, Doil, Fi-4.-:iy.
Corns, "Warts, C Brui , ,
Scalds; Chapped H-nuls. CI'1M? ; '
Best Pile cure on etrth: drive. vu P::i-.:;
and Aches. Only L-Vts. a bur. (Jr.ro
guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Dm- ?t--r.
"It is a surprising fact," siys T!
Houston, 'that my iiavels in all "pi'i4
the world, for the last ten years, T havo
mft more people having used Ore. ;,V:
August Flower than uny otln i i ,
for dyspepsia, derarged liver aii(! t-,rr,
ache, and for constipation. I rind for
tourists and salesmen, or for i.cio.as
filling office positions, where headr.
and general bad feelings from imi'i:'nr
habits exist, that Green's August Plov
er is a grand remed v. It does rot in
jure the system by frequent, use and is
excellent for sour
stomachs and indi
gestion." SaD.pl o bet' Jes free .it VA , :
drug store. Sold by dealens in all eil
To accou'imodate those who
are partial to the u.ie of atomi
zers in applying liquids in to -the
nasal passages for catarrhal
troubles, the proprietors prepare
Ely's Liquid Crciu iJalm. Price
includinr the spi-ay ing tube is 75
ceiits. 1) ru grists or by mail.
Tile liquid etiji.'Ovhes the medici .
nal properties of iie .-.olid piyp
aration. Cream fUihn is qaichiy
absorbed by llie Hjeiiibrane aiiu
does not dj v ap the secretions,
' but chamves t! 'cm to a natural
and. healthy character, hiy
Brothers, 50 VaiTeii St., IN. i.
Brinsr-all your second hand
bai-s to the Fenix Flour Mills
and iret 3 cents in cash or trade
for each. This is $30.00 per
thousand. Don't let them he
around and go to waste. They
must be in good condition,
tf G T Crowell. Prop.
With the Churches Tomorrow.
The pastor, Rev. C
will hold regular services tomor
row morning and tomorrow
night at St. James Lutheran
church. The evening servieo
will commence at 7 o clock.
Regular services at Forest Hill
Methodist church tomorrow, both
morning and night, by the pas
tor, Rev. R M Hoyle.
Tomorrow morning a t 11 o'clock
Rev. E H Harding, of Virginia,
will conduct services at Central
M. E. church. Tomorrow night
Rev. W W Bays, nowT the presid
ing elder of this district, will de
liver a sermo'i.
Rev. P M Trexler, of Newton,
will preach at the Reform church
The pastor, Rev. B Lacy
Hoge, will hold regular services
tomorrow morning and night at
the Baptist church. Subject for
11 a. m., "The Fall of Ai." Sub
ject for 7 p. m., "Adultery."
Services at Forest Hill Pres
byterian church tomorrow morn
ing and at Cannonville Presby
terian church tomorrow night,
by the pastor, Rev. Cochran
There will be regular services
at All Saints Episcopal church
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
by the rector, Rev. J C Davis.
Sunday school - at 3 o'clock, but
no services at 4 o'clock. The
Christmas exercises will be held
Christmas morning at 11 o'clock.
GIFTS: GIFTS: GIFTS:
Mr. Frank :Robbins arrive
here this morning.
Mr Dick Boyd, of Fayette
ville, is here until Monday
Mr. Robt. Walthall went to
Farmville, Va., this morning to
spend a few days with his
Are Troubling Most Peopi
Just Now. We Can Help
You Solve the Problem.
Sterling Silver Novelties.
Bracelets, Rings and Brooches
Ail colors and sizes
of Ladies' Kid Gloires.
Silk Shopping Bags
with studded top.
Handkerchiefs and Hosiery.
Iron and Tin Toys.
Set of Thin Tumblers.
Set of China Plates
or Cups and Saucers,
China Pin Trays
Celery or Salad Dish.
Fine Purses for men or women.
New Style of Neckwear.
Fancy Vests for men.
House Simners lor men orwoi
Little Misses Jennie,
nnd Elizabeth Coltrane
Blanche Brown went to Besse
mer this morning to spend
Christmas with Mr
Biri. L PARKS & COM PAN
u am son.
A lice Line
Do you hear those fct Wedding !ell-. n
They be ringing loud juhI clenr.
Evidently eallii,4 yu to the
....oi-rtn r.rt. Dr. Miles?
Furniture Store of
Be!, Harris & Co.
I J, ftrii's.
where they make present a "special! y"-u.W'-l -:A ;!
at pio chut suits everybody. Coi;)e and s. as v. A
be here. If you want a presc 1 for yn iir. .io,in'r. ih-oth;i . wr
Sister, or some other body's broth -r o' si- -r. w- -e the p"'?'",
so our customers say that keep everythir- at pr:-.s way (hw-.
We like you in fad: we love you; and the lar-or yoai' bill Llhe .loi
ter we love you. Increase our love worn v;.u.
Bell, Harns 6: Ca
Residence Phone. . . .90. Store 'Phone. . .
KoTxxS j y- ' - fC: murals
.'sists. "Ono cent a dosa"