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Cox cord, N. 0.
i v 0' i7 - T-i President
t p c i ti: ne, Cashier.
I n CciruAXF., Assistant Cashier
j . Ow:.l, D. F. Cannon
1 K:N'.'i, J- W. Cannon,
ty : ()i5Ki.!., W. H, Lilly,
!). R, OOLTHANE.
HAMMOND & CO.
VAO & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
.-?old, or carried on Margin.
P. 5. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Comprises the University, tlie
College, tlie Law and Medical
Schools, and the
for teachers. Tuition $60 ; 35
teachers, 471 students. Ad
dress President Winston,
Chapel Hill, C, for Cata
logue and handbook on "UNI
AND SALT BAGS.
of all Kind
Four-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same. We invite an in
spection of all the goods
Or tlie( altarru Sunday School -Tlzo
Report of the Recent netting
Resolution. The seventeenth annual session
of the Caharrus Sunday School As
sociation convened in Bethpage
church Aug. 22, 1895, at 10 o'clock,
a. in., with Dr. J S Lafferty, presi
dent, in the chair.
Deyotional exercises were con
ducted by Rev. W M Shaw, after
which followed a yery cordial ad
dress of welcome by W E Furr.
The president made a short response
in which he expressed the pleasure
of the members of the association in
meeting with the good people of
Reading the nunntes and enroll
ment of delegate followed. The
attendance of delegates was not as
full as cotld bo desired owing to
the rainy weather. Eight townships
were represented by delegates ap
pointed by the township associations.
Fifteen Sunday schools were repre
senten by a full delegation.
Secretary's report showed that
eleven townships in the county held
Treasurer's report was read and
adopted, and shows a balance on
hand of $42 for State Sunday school
The treasurer was instructed to
ask those schools who did not con
trbute the two cents per capita for
Sunday school work to do so at once,
so as to make the $50 asked of
Cabarrus by the State association,
Rev. Lancaster delivered a splen
did address on the subject : "Those
who never attend Sunday school and
how to reach them."
Mr. D B Coltiane was present by
invitation of the W. C. T. U., and
delivered an excellent address on
"Temperance work and teaching in
the Sunday school,"
Revt Lancaster made the report
for the committee on chain gang
work, and what has been done by
the various ministers in charge of
On motion, D B Coltrane was ap
pointed a committee to secure preach
ing for the chain gang and report
same to next meeting of the asso
ciation. Election of officers for the coming
Dr. J S Lafferty, president; J A
Cline, secretary; A E Lentz, treas
urer. Executive Committee D B Col
trane, chairman , Wilson Winecoff,
J B White.
No. 1. A N Harris,
No. 2. I N Pharr,
No, S. J M Irvin,
No. 4. Dr. J S Lafferty,
No. 5. M L Cline,
. No. 6. Geo. W Dry,
No. 7. J L Peck,
No, 8. C D Barringer,
No. 9 J Homer Barn hard t,
No. 10. John H Long,
No. 11. J B White,
No. 12. B E Hams.
Delegates to State association
W R Odell and Dr. J S Lafferty,
principals ; Rev. B F Davis, Jno. A
Rev. B F Davis delivered an ad
dress on "The teachers work. Can
it be improved, if so "how ?"
W R Odell and others made short
talks on Sunday school work.
The following resolution was
unanimously adopted : i
Whireas. There is among leading
CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY,
Sabbath school workers of oar r.wn j
country and in Ln-hnd iovemfnt
prying the Htaniirfi-nt ..f :-n 'in
nual temperance Sabb&tb, that is,
one Sabbath in the yeur, on which
there shall be concert of action in
the churches of our land, making
temperance the theme of the day,
both in the pulpit and Sabbath
school; and, where;i3, No
yember 2tUb, is the day recommend
ed "to be observed this year.
Resolved, That the Cabarrus
county Sunday school association in
convention assembled, heartily en
dorses the movement and recommen
dation, and urges each school to take
such action as is deemel advisable
towards securing the above object.
D. B. Coltrane,
W. R. Odell.
Resolution of thanks to the good
people of Bethpage for their kind
hospitality to the members of the
Secretary was instructed to fur
nish the county papers with minutes
of association for publication.
Rocky River was selected as the
place uf next Lieeaing.
Seyeral visiting choirs rendered
choice music during the sessions of
the association which added much
to the pleasure of the meetings.
Will say in conclusion that the
large crowd present was more than
usually quiet and orderly, and we
could not help but feel that much
good was accomplished in this, the
seventeenth annual session of the
Cabarrus Sunday school associa
tion. Jno. A. Cline,
Mr. Sherrill CtiRses A Man.
Tuesday night about 9:30 o'clock
Mr. Geneva Sherrill, who lives on
Academy street, near Mr. Anthony,
went into , his backyard for some
tling. He was very quiet, and when
off the back steps, he noticed a man
perched upon the plank side fence,
apparently awaiting the lights to go
out inside the house. Mr, Sherrill
made his presence known by asking
the intruder what his business was
and what he wanted there. When
Mr. Sherrill had spoken the man
made a leap to the ground and ran.
The fellow ran against the backyard
fence, tearing down several panels.
He was chased for some distance be
fore he Wis lost sight of. It was a
Two Lives Snvel,
Mrs Phoebe Ihomas, of Junction
City, 111. was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
Dr. Kings New Discovery complet
ely cured her and she says it saved
her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Flordia St. San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result
every thing els then bought one
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
and m two week was cured. He is
naturaly thankful. It is such results,
of which these are samples, that
prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
triafbottles at Fetzer's Drug Store.
Regular size 50s. and 1.00.
'Iniil Posted" Notice.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing such as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description on my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
lands, in No. 4 township.
Anyone violating this notice will
be prosecuted to the fullest extent
of the law. Jno. A Kimmons,
AUGUST 28, 1895.
RACING GOING ON.
Am AisiCiiation ol Fine RacersMr.
Fraley Claims to Have Been Im
posed I' pon.
Salisbury, N. 0., August 28.
Some fine racing was had at the
fair grounds yesterday afternoon.
Quite an aggregation of the best
racers in the State and seyeral from
outside the state were here. Promis
nent among the horsemen who had
stock on the grounds were L Banks
Holt, of A.1 inance county; Capt. W
H Fnz:er, of Ninety-Six, S. C, and
Mr. Eogel King, of Washington, D.
C. Greensooro, isheyille, Derita
and Reidsville were represented.
The Salisbury Racing Association,
which as noted in a squib in yester
day's Standard, turned out to be a
fake, had by the liberal purses
offered attracted this array of fine
horses to Salisbury, The discovery
of the fraud caused considerable ex
citement among the horsemen who
had been luped into coming here?
and an explanation was asked for
Mr. W T Johnson, secretary, was
the only man present who, it ap
peared, knew anything about the
matter. On being interrogated
closely he stated that there was no
such man as Mr. John C Montclair,
who was represented as president of
the association- He afterwards
said that Mr. Fralev was Montclair.
Johnson skipped, leaving his board
bill of about $20 and other bills um
paid, his trunk being leyied on for
his board. Mr. Fraley disclaimed
through the Daily Herald yesterday
afternoon any knowledge of or con
nection with the association, stating
that he had also been imposed upon.
There will be racing again this after
noon, Xo Danger Now.
Now that "dog days" have come
and gone takes a weight frpm the
hearts of the superstitioue, who have
been sitting idly by and letting the
delicious fruit rot for fear if it was
put up during dog days that they
would lose it. Several parties who
have been industriously laboring to
preserve their fruit, have lost a
great quantity, the loss of which is
attributed to dog days, "Dog days"
began just seven weeks ago Tuesday,
on the 9th day of July, and ended
August 27. There is no danger
now of fruit spoiling, so the story
Rev. Daniel A Long, president of
Antioch College, Ohio, took the train
here this morning in response to
startling intelligence just received.
. Miss Grace Freedland, an assistant
piofessor in Antioch College, had
been conveyed by her father, an old
and wealthy farmer, to visit a
neighbor; the old gentleman was re
turning home unattended, and at a
certain point on the way he was as
saulted by a colored man and choked
to death, The colored man was
promptly arrested and jailed at New
Richmond, the county seat of Clare
mont county, A mob was collected
quickly and in defiance of every
remonstrance the murderer was
taken out and banged to the limb of
a sycamore tree. This is the second
lynching of colored men near New
Richmond within the past two years.
Will this lynching be told of in
the New York Religious (?) Inde
pendent ? It is on the wrong side
of the Ohio, perhaps.
Wiiohe NO. 1,247
MT. PLEASANT, K. C.
REV. J. D. SHIREY, D. D. Fres
A DADE MIC, COMM M MCI A L
Total necessary e.vr.erjsea
session of &s weeks. ?S5.()0 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For eolalcu1 --d
special information, ;;.:,iu-ss
the President as abov-. or
lm. Secretary of Facti.ty.
A Flourishing School foi i'.lir
Orramental Brai.cLe: R revive.
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. M
MOUNT PL ASANT. 0
College of Agriculture
and Mechanic arts.
The next session of this Col
lege will begin September fJth.
Examinations at county seats
first Saturday in August.
Youngmen desiring , tech
nical education at an un usual
ly low cost will do well ro ap
ply for catalogue to
A. Q. HOLLADAY, Pfps.,
2wd&w. Raleiah. N. C.
The 94th Annual Session begins September f,th
1S95, Register for last year shows more than 500
persons under instruction during the year. Spe
cial features: the development of H'alt'i, Char
acter and Intellect. Buildings thoroughly remod
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and
Post Graduate Depart nunts, besides first-clas
schools in Music, Art, Languages, Commercial
and Industrial Studies.
J. H. CLEWELL, Rrincipa!, SaKm.'N
I have now in stock at my rooms
opposite the court hous? a splen
did line of welKmade Furniture
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy competition in regard to
quality and price. You will be
surprised when you hear my prices
Come and see. If not in stock
can supply you in a few days. J
have a nice line of I
at prices that will surprise you. I
keep a full Tline on hand for im
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing machane, and
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to call
and see me.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord.'N. C. July 13. 1895.
House For Anie.
That five-room house on East
Depot street, now occupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa
tion.' 26 lm. (Mrs.) Ann Fink.