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"Mr. B. F. Finney Will W tlie
Speaker?Meets at 3
Those who "rorttombtife attending
fK.. Christian ? Kongm [
tomorrow afternoon, at the Chambei
ol C'osmderTo *i'oomsrinircTr rirt -treat -
In store for them, as one of the
uifted platform speakers re
to add ress the league, in the person
of 11. F Fiimey. Southern Secrelary
?>f j_ht* Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
Tlu> TTeagite 13 to he congratulated on"
securing hl? servlrw*. ~
Remember the houv- of meeting Is
'?hanged to a o'clock, instead o? -L,
The exercises will be in charge of
Prof. N. C- Xewbold. The music will
be furnished by the M. K. Church
The following program will be ren
Hymn No. 201.
Prayer. Mr. C.-G. Morris.
Hymn No. 190.
Vocal duet. Miss Ada Rhqdes and
John A. Arthur.
Address. Mr. B. F- FHHiey.
Prayer. Mr. C. F. Bland.
Hymn No. 147.
All the citizens, bo.th ladies and
gentlemen, are cordially Invited. Re
member the hour. 3_o'clock sharp.
Noted Speaker at
St. Peter's Church
Mr. B. F. Finney, of Savannah.
Ga., southern field secretary of St.
Andrew's Brotherhood, left. the city |
yesterday afternoon for Greenville, !
and will return today. Mr. Finney
'will speak at the ll o'clock service
Jll. SL_I*exer's Church,- on Sunday, and,:
in the afternoon will give an address
In the Chamber of Commerce rio'ms I
at 3 o'clock. I
" "ETveryoody should avail themselves"
of this opportunity <o hear Mr. Fin
ney tell of the work of this great or
Gives Up Work
| i The many friends of Rev. R. C.
| Beamati, D. D.. formerly pastor of
. the Fir;t M'athodiai Church, this city,
^ 114 regret to hear of his continued
| Illness.- rre lifts b?ten aHlicted wltL
carbuncles and is suffering to such
an extent he is compelled to relin
quish his work as pastor of Centen
! arJ' Methodist Church, New-iJern, un
j til he fully recovers. ^
Rev. A. W. Plyler, of the Western
j-North Carolina. Couleiente.. who h**
, been at the University of Chicago for
the past year, will aa*ume"the duties
as pastor pro tern. He is expected to
take up his duties today.
The A. C. L. Should
Move Freight Quicker
The Atlantic Coast Line authorities
should make efTOrts to handle their
| it lit i'ui-ui veil at this deuul-xyiicker
,lr- . y&t+ni*.
?ha: treight arriving here at the noon
I hour, especially if there are several
' car loads. Is? not ready to be delivered
to the merchants and business men
until the next day. This is not only
u great lneonyenler.ee but a hardship
as well. If ihe railroad people are
?short of help they should put on ad
ditional clerks to u*eei the demands
? ?f their business. The idea of freight
.joing received h?rp one day at noon
.tiLi i.i.i u vrml v"-j_ <y<>- n
. - ;']>o?terous Km! -sho'iTH t;e stopped,
for there is no excise TTTfsuch pro
cedure. especially by -a railroad as
large us the Atlantic Coast Line.
This condition of affairs does -not
occur every day. but when it happens
that several cars arrive loaded with
freight for the merchants, . one man
ha* to d?? all the checking, sign all
the hi I l.i of htdrmr and deliver the
:'relght-^ar. utter impossibility it
seems to The Xews.
..* The (?'oast Line hah always been
of- Washington and they ara entitled
FARMKR COMMITS SI'K IDE.
WlnsTon-Sntem, N. C.. Oct. .2. ? -
Albert C. Wharton, one of the most
prominent citizens of Forsyth county,
committed suicide yesterday after
noon by shooting himself through the
He left home about 1 o'clock and
walked into a field nearby. Failing
to return after on hour or more, the
family began a search and found him
lying in the field with a revolver by
his side. He had been suffering from
melancholia fbr several weeks. He
was one of the most prosperous farm
ers of the county and a former mem
ber of the Board' of County Commis
sioners.? News and Observer.
The > deceased was the. , father of
Mrs. .Jwnlus l). Grimes, of thl? city.
She. niyomparled hf Tier hiiMiandr
left for Wln*ron-Salem this morning
to attend the funeral.
When a ntore nse* but a small
amount of space In Ifs ail*. It la con
strued to mean that Its message Is
small and unimportant.
Tiffs IMlTJE IK HHTDRYT ? 1
' "2S n Pennsylvania Oaseite Hrsf
Issued. ? _.A
JJ80 ? Major John Andre of the
pan N Y.
ixzi ? Gen! Alexander V. HM#*rt
of the Confederate army, was born
In Hawkins cotjnty, Tens. De died
at Biloxi, MIm . Aug. 20, 1*08.
1848 ? Oen. Henry Bul-beck; a dle
1754. " m niMtni Tnn* '
1865? Oeaeral Robert E . Lee be
me president of Washington Col
By REV. r. L. DAVISON
JUDGING FROM ^ ?
internationafBible Lesson for
Oct, -3, '?9. (Acts an 17-aa; 19).
years, v^hile Paul
was on his tray
els as an itiner
ant preacher, his
toes were not
able to do more
than drive him
from place to
place by stirring
up, the? pj>pu!aco
against him,, but
at length their
hour of ven
Faul returned to
Jerusalem, and as his' custom was
went into the tempJe itself to wor
ship his God and the God of his
fathers. . ? "
A Temple Mob.
Now It was wen known "that Paul
had taught that th?ZJ?wU^ rite of
rirrumr.Uinn wm nil Inngnr binding on
Christians, that It was not essential
to salvation, that it amounted to
nothing one way or the other1, and on
this visit to the city of Jerusalem, he
had as associates some men who were
known to have refused to submit to
It. This was enough to kindle their
smouldering wrath into a Con
sequently when tfeesti zealots re cog
PtauJ Paul in tumplx, they
at the conclusion that be had brought
his companions Into that Holy Place
for the express purposo of showing
his contempt -for their faith and dis
regard of their feelings. Instantly
the worshiping congregation was
Jxanalormed Into ? howling mob. With
shrieks and cursor Uu-y rushed upon
the peaceful intruder with the inten
tion of assassination then and there.
In- their zeal for -their rehgion they
would have split the blood of the
apostle upon the sacred pavement It
self. Dut the Roman guard, em
bodied and authorized law, charged
oner, and dragged him away from the
would-be lynchers to a place of safe
ty. It was a narrow escape, and It
was all the more dramatic from the
filet that there was not the slightest
reason/ for It; the whole thing was
based on a misconception of the truth,
a supposition merely. The enemies
of Paul put this and that together,
I Jr.. rot-tain CUM to C?f
tain conclusions, and the mob was the }
result. Appearance^ were against j
him, that is all.
[. But Paul was not *.he only man who
has had to suffer through the mean
-aufiplciong^pf others. Since the world
began, and society was organized It
has been the lot of man to be subject
to crltleism, unjust and foundation
less. Hearts haw been broken, homes
have been disrupted, and communities
acattdSrtlzed, by suppositions stated as I
facts, suspicions reported as verities, |
appearances, where evil Is taken for [
granted, the evi. < listing only in the I
perverted mind 0: t2xe~ disturber oXJ
the peace. '
The writings of Christ and the apgs- !
ties contain numerous warnings [
against unjust and baseless conclu- j
sions. "Judge- -&->t fram-appe-araiictt* .
VBv juufctf iifctivcvtW- ? >.*' it'
not. that ye be not judged." "Charttyl
thinketh no evi}." With such warn* ?
Ings as these the Scriptures abound.!
Without any thought of the serious
consequences likely to follow, reputa- I
lions are torn 'into tatters, characters ll
are blackened, and life-structures de- j
stroyed. It is not necessary to repeat
a tale of suspicions appearances. A '
shrug of the shouider may be all that 1
ia mi -...^rv n j.: . n,' thp nr an 1
arching of the ey. &row may be
damaging as an .'^Udavlt. When- the j
avalanche 'is poised Just off the bal- j
ante a single mo-, ? ment may send it i
Into the valley on Its errand of de- '
strnctlon. ^ '
Ouft-rT Whole Cloth.
In Paul's cast*, J. era was absolute- j
ly not a grain o f truth in the accusa- j
tlon of his enemies* It waa marie I
out of- whole cloth. He had not done, 1
nor had be the least intention of do- ]
Tu|? -* ** ' *?
It was wholly manufactured. He was |
WW VHWtw WHgWB ? aud being i
such Ws most devout acta were open |
|t5 crltlcfsm and the subject of mlaln
ternretatlon. _ His enemies* were ,
bound to Impute evil to him whatever J
he did, and they only waited the fav
orable moment to flro the train which
led to the prepared explosive. And I
though entirely innocent this temple I
riot resulted In putting the apostle un
der errest, and making him a prison
er probably for the balance of bis life.
From that hour, be was in the grip
of the Roman law. a grip which did not
relax its hold until the headaman'a.
axe. liberated the spirit of th^. daunt
less missionary of the cross. And It
all came about, because, while this
man was In thtf line of dtfty, some un
known, sneaking, suspicious, fanatical
Jew started a cry one day In the tea#
| pie et J?ruwLiem. ?hat^ imretic waa
polluting that holy place by bringing
Into It some uncircuaiciaed Gentile*.
Paul on the contrary was engaged in
performing an old-fashioned, orthodox
Jewish vow^-for the express purpose
of dlsarming^jaimplcloa hnd. relieving
the mlnda of those who had already
begut to Judge him by appearance*.
186ft ? Death of Rt. Reverend Henry
Damien Juncker, drat- UAlAflilt BlflB
op of Alton, ^lf.
1 87 1 ? Brlgham Yoo
Hichs' CAPClHPfE Carps (Mck'Heed
Also Nervous Headache, .Travelers'
Headache and aches from Orip,
[ Stomach Xroublas ax
| ? Trr "CmpudU*? lf? H?uMr?
?iKti ImmadUtolr Bold br dm#
Men'c Pleated Rosom Shirts I
Ate the thing for fall and winter.
>Ve Lum'u Lcuutiful liuu uf ? y ?
Monarch and Cluette Brands
Which ire recognized as the best
at the prices ? $1, 1.25, 1.50 and up.
] 7^? ?
j (jy ? y/i'? f//Gt/-ART
Kollars and Kuffs
? THE SPELLING IS DAD, BUT THE WORK WE
PUT ON COLLARS AND CUFPfTlS PERFECT.
^ GIVE U8 YOUR CLEANING AND PRESSING.
Alderman-Capehart Laundry, Inc.
132-4 WATER STREET 1
Does Y our House I.eak?
. If so, -we can stop it.
All Kinds of Roofing
? Cnlvanized Iron. Carey's. Magnesia.
Rubber ancl Tar rapen -7
The price is right.
J. It. Harris Plumbing
and Supply Co.
First Baptist Church, Marlcet
fetrogt. Rt?v. J. A. Sullivan, ptn.lor.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.. S. P
Willis, superintendent; lesson sub
ject, "Paul, a Prisoner, the tlot." 11
a. to. , morning worship. Sermon sub
jecti "A Mother's Concern. " 2:30 p.
na., baptism In the river. 7:30 p. m.,
evening worship. Sermon subject,
"The WaysWe-Seeker." 8:15 p. m..
The Lord's Supper. Monday, Octobes
Ith. 4 pm.. Sunbeam meeting. Wed
nesday, October 6th, 7:30 p, m.,
prayer meeting, led by Mrs. Dawson's
Infant class. 8:15 p. m.. Church meet
ing- . AH .Strangers are cordially In
vited 10 intend. attentive
ushers. Good music. J
St. Peter's Epi3co<*al Church# Bon
r.er ttroet. Rev. Nathaniel Harding,
? dtur. 3 mid ay Kh? ti V in .
rr.i : itnit ? .\l
B. F. Finney. Southern Secretary of
i he Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Willi
speak at 1 1 a. m. After the address i
the Holy Cummunion will be cele
brated. Evening song At 6 p. m.
Seats free. All welcome. . |
First Presbyterian Church. Glad
den stro??, Kcv. H. JL_Searight. nas
ToF. SurUlij school, 9:-30 a. m.. Jno. ]
IJ sparrow, suk)(-PintrnUPiii. t?|p*rh-'
:ng at 1 1 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Pffcyer,
meeting Wednesday evening. All re
re: ve a cordial wolcome. Excellent
First Method tut Church. West Sec
ond street. Rev. M. T. Plyler, pastor.
Sunday schooTN?:6o pi in., C: P.j
Bland, superintendent; *E. R. Mlxon.
assistant superintendent. Preaching
at U a. m. and "nZO p. m. by thp pas
at the morning servico. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening. All inviua.
Seats free; excellent music.
Christian Church, fiast Second
street. Rev. Robert V. Hope, pastor.
Sunday school, 4 p. m.. J. B. ..Latham,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a.'
m. and 7:30 p. m., by the pastor.
Prayer .meeting Wednesday evening.
All strangers In the city are cordially
if M mum .
What a Heap of Happiness it Would
Hring to Washington Homes.
Hard to do housework with an ach
ure or at work/*
If women only knew the cause ?
Backache palps come from sick
'Twould save much needles* woe. ?
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
?lameness across my kidneys had dis
appeared Doan's Kidney pills have
proven very beneficial and in return
I am glad to endorse them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
States ?Ck' 8ole *SenU for the United
Reinwuilwi mw uamc? uoan s ?
BATH CITIZEN DIBS.
Mr. G. B. Williams, one of"Batha
oldest and most highly eHtee'm?ift,cltl
tens passed away in that town, this
morning. He was between 70 and 80
year# of age, Mr. Williams ha* long
been connected with the history of
Bath and Beaufort county.' He was
a consistent member of the Baptist
*fhurch.? The deceased was a farmer
by profession. He leaves a wife and
aevdf&I children to mourn their loss
The funeral will take place tomorrow
Workmanship nnd m. t ?rial of
first quality. This in a new
department added to our busi
ness and f i Is a lcn ft . It neces
sity in thisci y.
For the next Thirty Days
In CROCKKBY and HAnD
MiOTBrt CHiXA-conalstinn of ?
Berry Sets, Spup Plates, vari
ous Bowls, and msny more ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
H. G. Sparrow.
HEINZE SWEET PICKLES
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Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Leary Bros.' Old Stand.
Howe's Great London Shows
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PROF. BUCKLE V '8 HERD OF PERFORMINGTELEPHANT8'
Including DUCHESS, the Largest Elephant in the \Vbrtd."
ROSEDALE, THE BEAUTIFUL $10,0000 KENTUCKY HORSE
JACK, LARGEST GORILLA ETTBft "EXHIBITED IX AMERICA
He Is Five Feet Ten Inches In Height and Weighs 1 54 Pounds, has tre
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A Truly Wonderful Display of Trained Animals
400 People; 250 Horses and Ponies; 20 Funny Cloms
gROF. WHEELER'S MILITARY BAND ~
The FlowSr and Pick of Feature Performers from aM Nations. 4n a Pro^
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carrying the spectators by storm and wildly ap
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