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XI. -No. 87.
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ArNESDAJ, AUGUST 7, 1S95.
Whom: NO. 1217
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DURHAM. N.C. U.S.A.
fell Orade Tobacco
THK CELEBRATION OVEK.
Iisurbol 4 i(i:tMis o:s th
Finis ol Spring Strict
A number of citizens 'on North
Spring street were disturbed Tuesday
night by distressing and mournful
yells sent up by some male person.
His cries were pitiful says Kcgialer
Weddington, and that there were
intervals of from three to dye m:n
utes of quietude between the mourns
fui screams, which lasted for nearly
On the extreme South end of
Spring street, between midnight and
morning tome good old colored
sister put in the night a-6hontin
Ikr friends in endeavouring to quiet
her, created more ncise than was
necessary ana assure sound sleep to
residents in that neighborhood. The
shouting and yelling could be heard
distinctly from the business part of
town. Couldn't these unnecessary
midnight concerts be stopped ?
p, indent !Vrit' up the Ke
looili Anniversary 1' Cirnoo
1 S'urcli. Koivnu County.
1 F! !
C, August C.Tha
(t:d 4 th days of
were red-letter days for
iJrace Informed church. The pro-
ram rue .as published in The
StaM'ARP of last week was not foU
lowed on ae ount of Dr. Cyrus Cort
Wmx drained at a church wedding
'; h:- charge, and m his absence
llev. B F IXtvi?, of Concord, wa3
ojt:tu:ui.- He gave us an excel
lent a r aaon one that was much en
jOthI the large audience assem
bled Ufv. Joseph L Murphy's
vhhrs- in the afternoon at 2 p. m.
w s '-'of hi-! superb production,
ja?t such as he usually give3 his
audienees. It was fall of facts, wit
: hs:mr. His subject was as
Fttt?'i I'l programme, and speaking
of the neiorrned people in North
(Volina reyiewed their struggle?,
:. - :--n tenacity and their
U.iitv to the faith of i heir fathers
v:Lh e-ich for?e of facts and logic
;-' i, wid ; real treat to all who
j if , ,
'. A M.
corning the weather was
id ba asked and a very
r.ce greeted us on this
soil. The history of this
ation was read to the people
e article published in The
'.) and comments made on
the iiufs of the old ministers of this
f.ong; rgation by Dr. J C Clapp.
Thus the congregation spent nearly
' lu hour reviewing the past and all
v ' d. 3 w"!i as highly en-
atnl edit:? J. Dr. Cort
. vis preached a sermon
vf a 1:1G.
rf.rmoa he reviewed the
church, its power and
-cc 1 p ,s the worM for good.
'i.t .r. influences of the chris'
'u xiC(ion upon the heart and
nn i" A ihe human family, and
v .r? i transforming and
r-''-lairg ivoweron society. It was
a gat eerraon and showed unques
tioaed argument why Christians
Call tine i'ptaiii an 01I Voir run.
The Concord Stad rd, referring
to the Mocresyille picnic says :
" The old veteran, Captain x 1)
Cov'cB, of States ilh spok? to t1
old soldiers on the cause and results
of the late war."
Great Scott ! Bro. Cook, you are
inviting a libel suit. The captain is
not an "old veteran" or a war vet
eran, either. lie's a captain on a
peace footing, having been in swads
lmg clothes or kneebreeches endur
in' of tha war. And the binding
part of it is that te is a widower and
jour unwitting designation of him
as an old veteran may be the occasion
of a duel or a libel suit. We advise
yon, as a friend, to make proper cor
rection while there is yet time.
We retract. 1
NOT LONSSUMS NOW.
Hlly.y., Hi?;: Hw: r Zincs l2ie S;;inl!-H
at J3h( k;jrr', : :Hm ttp.y and Mg'la.
night operatives to throw up the
sponge at the depot, but Mr. W C
Chilcott, the clever little operator
there now, 8aya it is no longer Fucb
a task for a man to pas3 the night
down there eince the Cabarrus mill
has bogun niht work,"
The bi;zz of the spindles at both
the Cannon iiud Carrus mills, one'
on the north and one oa the south
side of the depot, can now be heard
and it 13 refre hing and consoling
to the opera'or to know that all of
humanity is not slnrnbenng wrule he
sits and awaits the call at the key.
Night work began Monday in the
spinning carding and slasher de
partment?, which make 8 the ma
Ihp Concert Ttiesly 3islit.
The night was rather unfayorable
to insure a large audience, but those
who heard the concert Tuesday
night at Armory Hill were well le
paid for their attendance. Not in a
long time has a Concord audience
enjoyed the sweet warblings of
vocaiiBis as they did last night when
Miss bobbins, oi Statesyille, Miss
Iiicbardson,or Agnes Scott Institute,
Decatur, Ga., and Miss Fawcett, of
Mt. Airy, rendered songs. Each of
these talented ladies are favorite
singers and their efforts were appre
ciated. The orchestra, whrh ae
composed of MeFsre. E, H end J
Jarrow, Garrett and Keesler, assum
ed by Miss Kichardson aa pi
furnished some splendid music for
the occasion. It was a treat for
u I on 'ton (!itiily duinty. V, C.
Parties that knev New London
Gye years ago and have not since
seen it, would be almost lost to c;o
and the houses built are of modern
architecture and convenience.
A few minuses there preyents a
write-up of .thw tov :j.
Mr. George IJe-nh r hg a nice
store and lots of frici-d there.
We saw Julius Tarter, He has
been farming. He is a good farmer
Rex Ilcnde-son is there taking
The mine was not operating
Monday a pump had col'apstd.
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GIVING THESE THINGS AWAY WI ill
11 1 I 0 JPI m l f
mm iilill wi :
Ui . ' ot o ; ashamed of the gospel
' in the application of
;,s iii e..i3tabie argument he spoke
r"f its power. Only to hear it is to
At 5 p. la. Iiey. Wm. E Hoy, one
01 our missionaries to Japan spoke
ef car educational interests in that
far-5 country in the east. He
Pe mostly of the work of the
Sls school in Sendi, Japan, and
(Continued on second page.)
I.rnoir Topic J .ttlorinl.
There is food for thought m the
fo'iowing taken from the Wilkes
boro Chronicle :
4'The majority of the press of the
State is condemning the Shemweil
verdict, a3 a lynch-breeder. They
seem to forget that their own com
ments of such a nature breeds . a
thousand times more lynch law sen
timent than the yerdict itself. The
verdict was rendered under the due
process of law as it stands. Better
a long ways attack nd correct the
system of the law as it now stand?,
if such need be done, than to attach
the result of the system, thereby in
citing men to despise the law as
Taken Dititii ntnl !( laccU.
About a week ago all the numbers
upon the mile pests along the South
ern Railway were taken down and
prepared ready for shipping to
Richmond, where they were to have
been i en umbered. On Tuet: iuy
Section Mustfr J JI Blackwell, who
attends to Southern from Coddle
creek to a mile 0 ore Concord station
received ord. n tc unpack and re
place the numbers, Th? same is
being dene ail along the lino.
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ne to t!i' flctunori.
Today (Wednesday) is the 80 th
anniversary of Mr. John P Query,
who lives near Ilarrisburg, He is
an Ui:-.,!c t f M r.-J IVnic - Qery, of
his o'.'y, wlio has gone or.i to attend
a r;"' ; '.. reunion of the living mem
bers of the Query family.
Warn Small's Paper Continue
Nou folk, Va., Aug. 5. Tie
Pilot newspaper, organ of the Pro
hibition party, which recer tly made
an assignment, bs been sold by the
trustees to Fr&uk Dusch and others
and will re continued, but su'U be
reduced in size .d other meaus
adopted for reducing the expenses
Tlie liseovery Saved Ui iAic.
Mr. G Caillouette. Druggist, "Bea
versville, 111,, says: "To Dr, Kiag's
New Diecovery I owe my life. Was
taken with La Grippe and tried all
the physicians for miles about, but
of no avail and was given up and
told I coulc not live. Having Dr,
King's New Discovery in my store 1
sent for a bottle ana began its use
and from the first dose began to get
better, and after csinj? three bottles
was up and about again. It is worth
its weight infgold. We won't keep
store or house without it" Get a free'
aS" tiial at reiser's Drug Btore.
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