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STIMi MOKE BUSINESS.
Niirl,t Work to Commence Soon in the
,, i at Udell's More Houses to
15o l! ii i It for the Operatives.
On account of the vast amount
0f business before them in filling
orders. Superintendent Coble, of
tiK (Aiell mills, informs us that
)U,rk will soon commence at
nvh! in the No. 4 mill. This
work will only be carding and
Mlii . l ' ' ' 1
IU i n nning this department at
it necessitates about 235
CONCORD, N. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899.
Single copy 5 cents.
I'! i '
1 Kinds. As there are now
;uil houses in town for
incoming people, the Odell
;i!iy will soon begin the
ion of twenty-four new
Most of them will be
.d over toward the Buffalo
'n Iore Keinj? Adiloil to His List.
Oui townsman, Mr. H M Bar
getting to be somewhat
cn North Mam street
thcr two on the Burrage
.,. he is now having two
ccs built on St. Charles
Forest Hill. He pur
lot from Mr. W A
Rest at Arlington Cemetery
With Military Honors.
The remains of the one hun
dred and fifty-one victims of the
great Maine disaster were laid to
their final rest in Arlington cem
etery on the 28th with full mili
Capt. Sigsbee, who command
ed the Maine, was in command
of the military arrangements.
The Maine's chaplain partici
pated in the ceremonies, which
were simple though devout.
Three volleys by an infantry
squadron were fired and - taps
were blown, when all withdrew.
President McKinley and cabi
net officers were present. ,
Several survivors of severe
injuries from that terrible trag
edy were present.
Xorth Carolina Loads.
Boston, Dec. 27. The number
)perty owner these days, of textile mills constructed or
ion to his beautiful new ' contormYlnrml
JL . - - v. i. Jl V.
States for the last half of 1899,
reviewed by the American Wool
anjl ( otton Reporter, is 183
against 110 for the first half of
the year. This makes a total of
299 mills for tho year, against
202 for 1899, and 155 for 1897.
The south still leads in the new
cotton mill construction, with a
.gain of 11 mills over the number
for the first of the year. The
north has shown a. greater in
crease, having an accession of
53 over the 25 reported the first
six months in the year.
North Carolina, as usual, leads
the list, with a total of 41.
Georgia comes second, with a
total of 21. Pennsylvania shows
19; South Carolina, 16; Alabama,
10; Massachusetts, 13; New
York, 9; Rhode Island, 9; Maine,
,9; Mississippi, Tennessee and
Virginia, 0 each; Texas, 5; Con
necticut Louisiana and lSew
Jersey, 3 each; Ohio, 3; Illinois,
Maryland, Michigan, New Hamp
shire, New Mexico, North Dako
ta and Vermont, 1 each.
Character in the Hat. I
Show me how a man wears his
hat and I will tell you what man
ner oi man he is. Notice vour-?
Churchill's Experience. !
The escape of Winston Church
ill from Pretoria reads more like
romance than reality TTn
self how he wears his headgear, fallen into the hands of the
ana you can make a fair estimate Boers and, though not a com
of his character. ( battant, he despaired of release,
In choosing a companion for and while the guards were not
"life," for businessfor an after-' vigilant he crawled over a wall
noon's jaunt among the hills or a and walked boldly and unchal
few lazy hours on the beach, se- lenged through the streets, es
lect a man whose hat seems to caping the guards. He had to
have been made for him, and take detours around the guards
which lie has set squarely upon at bridges and culverts. He
his head as it was designed to do, boarded a train at full speed in
and never a tilt to the right or the night and hid under coal"
left nor fore or aft. sacks, jumping off the. train while
He is a methodical man and a running just before day. He
comfortable man, with a rare en- suffered intensely from hunger,
dowment of common sense. He knowing that great efforts were
is not given to flights of fancy, being made to recapture him.
He obeys the injunction of the Till he got out of danger he was
Jiomely philosopher who advised lean and weak,
all mankind to keep his feet upon It appears, however, that the
the ground. authorities had about concluded
His enemies never dreamed of to release him when he escaped,
calling him visionary, although He has some costly glory from
CAPT. M O HALLIS.
Burled With Military Honor at w
The body of Capt. Magnus 0
Hallis who died at Manila some
time ago was juried ait Newnan,
Ga., on the 28th with full mili
tary, honors which were in ac
cordance with the expressei de
sire of Mrs. Hallis. The body
come by way of San Francisco
and the military squadron was
brought from Fort Leavenworth .
ftn-i the 22nd.
Monday, the 22nd of Jan
s' iperior court will open
Judge Timberlako , on the
:i. There is a goodly num
of cases on the criminal
t. One of the principal
- to be tried will be that of
negro, Duan, for shooting
Dolph Mauney near Gold
Jlour.i to King's Mountaiu.
S M Gaskel, who for
time lias been merchandising in
.tore room next door to S J
Ei v In s grocery store, has moved
his stock of- goods to King's
Mountain. The vacant room has
v'vn rented by Mr. V" D Sikes,
recently opened a nice gro
cery business in one of the Li
!; i ' r rooms.
I iit Uiink Flooded.
M" National Bank floor has
undergoing a good scour
since some one left the water
' oi u i ( m e n imi, noo( 1 1 nsi
. ireiicor with more
they might be heard whispering it.
behind their hands "prosaic."
The man whose hat habitually
fits him is a man of accuracy and
Men whose hatsr are always too
large for them are of reflective
habits. They arc careless of ex
ternals and given to introspection.-
They are philosophical
and likely to fall into fits of pro-
Miss Mamio Goodman Return Homo.
Miss Mamie Goodman, the
young lady who was so unfor
tunate as to have a cockle burr
lodge in her throat, has returned
from Salisbury to her home in
No. 3 township. The burr is
thought to have gone inio the
stomach as the physicians wore
not able to locate it. She yet
talks in a whisper but has hopes
of regaining her voice.
British Soldiers Confident.
The British solc.irs under
Gen. Buller are said to be chaf
ing under their defeat. They
have the utmost confidence in
in their leader and will display
a reckless determination to cross
the Tegulariver when forwarded
again. It promises to be a fear-
occupation. They are men of fully dear victory if won though,
ideas and broad
for the Boer position is of great
They are apt to ignore mere de- natural strength fortified with
tails. Conspicuously of this class engineering of the advanced art
was the late Premier, Mr. Glad- of war and armed with heavy
stone, whoso hat brims always modern guns. The world will
showed a disposition to reach his
Men whose hats are always too
small for them are vain and
finical. Of this type are the
pretty boys who promenade on
Broadway and admire them-
literally stand on tip toe to see
the coming battle if Lady smith is
to be saved from capitulation.
Congressman Boutellc Insane.
Congressman Bou telle is m
the McLean hospical at Waverly
selves, Narcissus-like, in shop -near Boston, being treated for
windows. insanity. His condition is said
The man whose hat is perfectly to be very precarious.
straight and nicely adjusted is a J ' "
m .-, i i i I HIHUIl!) lane nuuit;.
man of mathematical exactness . , ' , ,- ,
of nurnose and practice N Y AU members of Concord Lodge
ot purpose ana pi act ice. -in. i. -R1 ihts -nf Pvt.hias n.r
Wforld. irrmPQtpH tr mopt, in Hastlo Hall
i hat night by the night-nan.
a Liirire Slice of Florida-
dispatch of the
Fatal Walk On Trestle.
A fearful occurrence is notec.-,
from Anderson, S. C, on the
27th. A Mr. James J Jones
and wife and two children, to
gether with a brother-in-law of i
Mr. Jones were all caught on a
railroad trestle. - Mr. Jones with
one child jumped into the swamp
below as did the other iran. and
the other child fell through the
! trade, but Mrs. Jones was caught
A pnwder MilExploslon
) Removes eyerythm in sipht: so do
da3tjo mineral pills, but botn are
mfehty dancerous. Don't dynamite the
i - lii.i. i ; J- i-i -r ji t J3 : l.
aenoaw maomnery oi your uouy m Afl a cure for rheumatism Chamber
caiomei, croionou w aioea i' .VUBU i lain'B Pain Balm is gaining a wide
tonight at 8 o?clock promptly.
Work m third rank.
C. L. White, C. C.
t .K 11 Ta A Vt-A reputation. D B Johnston of Richmond,
iKentle dssnmrrier breeze, do the work T K h . troubled with that
perfectly, Cures , neadacne and contti- ,i ' f .v, 18no Tn Rneakini? of; it!
pation. - uniy ac. at ietzers viu an. UT nAVfir fmin1 AT1vftliT1 iht
G W Ould, of Lynclibiir
arrived here last niGrht.
Kev. v ixiys, ;t L
otto, arrived -here this inc.-!,
! 0 :
Mrs. Cha&. Kimball arrived
here from China GroVu uil.
o Vi.SKini; lit
Mr. T B Brown, oC Salis
bury, arrived here this morning
to visit his sister, Mrs. D F Can
non. Mr. McCree Anderson, who
has charge of the ticket depart
ment at the depot, has returned
after spending several dnys? at
Mr. and Mrs. Brown Simp
son passed through here today
on their way to Mt. Pleasant to
spend several days, after which
they will return to New Orleans.
A lice Ii
-eosburg cospatcn oi me ; kQ hQv bc(y being friend Jones. "Last week :
i awfully mangled. All the others bought an upright piano," re
noiy-fouj- thousand acres j wero scrioilsfy Jlurt by lil0 fall. plied Smith, "and my wife mad(
-;r- been recently pur-. a beautiful green plush" cove
i in Lake county, this; t ,womm'-of!n1o those who u Co fho nnbsh wonldn'
would relieve me until I used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like
The Oenius or Woman. magic with me. My foot was swollen
, . - and rairjufj me very much, but one
"Speaking of women with say- g00a application of Pain Balm relieved
ing dispositions," said Smith, J .-For sale by M L Marsh & Co.
"my wife's in a class all by her-
self." "How sor" quieriea Ins
fripnri Jones. "Last week I
Grip mal.es one sick, weary and restless.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine brines rest-
w - - a
Li iiii Oi
-I 1 -ili-i..l- -r-i.
a oeauilTul green piusn cunuii
To accomm'-oda'e those who fov u. so the polish wouldn't
. bv Dukes, of North are partial to the use of atomi- j scratched Yeo'-eay she!
Tl.cy expect to ct. ' zor ,in .g iff i made another cover of linen, to!
( i lvo t ip or n r l
Do you hear those "Wedding Bells.
They be ringing' loud and clear,
Evidently calling you to the
lihxe the timber, plant the-1)rikjlors prei)are go over the plush, to prevent, "
m tobacco and uvomuiu- Ely's Liquid Cream TJalm. Price vhat from getting solid. Xext( j . j-j j jv0 SiOP O
railroad across the including the spraying tube is 75 :vcck I suppose she'll malic a, " KJ LkJ i O
connect vnih . the cents.
..it. It iltlilllvl.
to connect vnih . the cents. DniLTii'iSLS or by man.
. The liquid embodies the medici
mil -)ropei tl6s of the solid prep
1 aration. Cream Calm is quickly
h i,i,n,i K,r ilm i.-ironlirnno. and
1,-. .'-'..vl tiJ.-
,ii .... v, -i : i . ri.-.re n.'T (vT it a? M UifiiUiiiJ,
i--' i.Vii HjI liiUil UUlitllt'll i-iwi, vi--j .
1 1 ) i 1 1 ' ' . v, i h I orffciit success. It "hut rh;i- ns them iO a
the (.i.iiU, no f ie us the i"ums, lmoHlur r'Tirnru-ter. Elv
Bell. -Harris & C
linen. Oh, I tell you,
have great big fertile minds.
where uiev make present a "speci:
tvt iino uPn for vcfirs ' Tt. nricos that suits evervbodv. Come and se-
ITi. V OWil U.CCO Ksi- w r..w O 1 - . ..
I LI .
i i -ii, t..rto wind colic, and is 4l ., ' Vnvivm Si X
a h,r Diarrhoea. It will . Brothers, oh aneii bt., r.
i . . ... . ri i: : , i -r n j . . J" , . I ' , 4 :.'
ivrinrnl with chronic diarrnoea. oomeume j3G nere. II you want a present ior ruuici. mvui
I persuaded mmio iane ui Sister, or some other body's brother or sister, we are
I il H III I )r:I m 1U1 U a -
:",or littlo fculicrcr immedi-
'j' druists in every, part
-3Mr. and Mrs. Will Riden-
Diarrhoea Remedy. After nsins two
o our customers say that keep everything at
;.in 1 4.1 nnt fiiva ho ufl,s furfid. I U p hkf vnii in tad: we love vouc and tjie ...I ;.
UOLllCD Ui lillC nU-M '-''" ' ' J 7 - t
I ffive this testimonial, hoping m some , ter we ove vou Increase our love Avon ... ,;.
;' lly-ave centsobot- hour returned to Kings Mountain ; b fite.Thomas c Bower, O.II H o rf-' C Co.
this morning after visiting near j O. Fore by M L Mash & Bell, Hat T.S U.
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