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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895.
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VA SALT BAGS.
of all Kind
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THE MERCURY'S DULL THUD.
She UropM Hard in Si. .;N. iiainv;
From !M (o ir, I-rei'.
St. Louis, Sept. 23. Fro.m 4!
o'clock yesterday afternoon until 1
winj nil. l'.,UI Y
dropped from 0 3 to 45 degrees. The
drop in temperature was preceded
by severe westerly winds. At 0
o'clock this morning the sun was
j uiici murium'- r.nn ma"niivn
shining brightly and the mercury J
registered 60 degrees. .
Reports received from a number of
point;? m Missouri, Arkanra?, IlliJeigh Observer on Sunday had let
nois, Iowa and Indian Territory ! eers from a number of eminent di-
show that the drop in temperature
was generally felt in these States.
No damage to crop3 is noticed.
Got Here at ." O'clock.
Key. B S Brown and others, who
were in attendance upon the United
Synod, of the Southern Lutheran
church at Stanton, Va., returned
tins (Tuesday) morning at 5 o'clock. !
The train is rcheduled to leave Char
lottesville, Va., at 2:2(3 but owing to
a freight wreck it did not leave until
D o'clock Monday night. A dusty,
tired and sleepy crowd scattered out
to tht ir homes.
Cards for tti loth
The out-of-town cards for another
brilliant marriage to take place in
the First Presbyterian church were
issued yesterday: Miss Ida Miller
McDonald and Mr. Chas. O Hook,
of this city, being the contracting
parties. The cards are beautifully
engraved and the date mentioned on
them is October 10th Charlotte
Miss McDonald is a daughter tf
Mr, and Mrs. Ed. McDonald, who
once lived in this city. She ia pleas
antiy remembered here by hosts of
friends and former associates as be
ing one of the most charging ot her
sex. This famous architect has
drawn his plan, specified hi3 purpose
and ha3 llook-ed a heart that has
been li shed after as few othen in
this great sea of life,
An Accident at the Dlcaclicry.
Like wild-fire, a rumor to the ef
fect that little George Murr had
been seriously if not fatally injured
in the machinery at the bleachery
Hew oyer the city Monday evening.
There was an accident at the bleach
ery, but it wxs one W.ll Moore, it
stead of the above named. Moore,
while working with the dryer, got
his hand caught between two big
brass rollers that were burniug hot
with steam, from which it was with
great difficulty that h was extricate
ed. It was badly burned and mash
ed and it is said that the hand will
have to be taken cff.
Found Iitimeliatcly ,
We gazed on a photograph in a
locket that probably had been worn
for year3 on last Saturday. It hap
pened in, this way. Mrs. E C Beach
had lost a locket that was prized very
highly. Sne advertised for it
through the Standard and within an
hour aftei the paper was out, the
lecket was recovered by its rightful
owner. It was found by one of Mr.
H A GrabeiVs little boys. When
you lose anything adyertise for it
through the Standard.
Do YouVant Either ?
The following article are effared
for ea!e primely and reasonably :
Or - . b E. '
to - -
HE HITS 'EM.
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o v-'S Sum? fiJron
readers will remomhpr ths
speech of Cy Thompson, president ot
the Alliance, made at
time ago, in which he said :
"The church today stands where
it has always stood on the aide of
human slavery anil not on the side
Considerable comment has been
made on his remarks p. nil the RaN
vines on the matter.
Among others was one from Dr.
Kilgo, president of Trinity College,
in which he says :
"I am much opposed, Mr. Editor,
to a reckless and vicious attack upon
the church. No one claims perfecs
tion for it, but no good can come
from an indiscriminate abuse of it.
j I am not disposed to condemn Dr.
Thompson for an attack not half so
malignant as hundreds of others
thai go unnoticed. Evangelists are
to-day saying harder things about
Yire:" r-.vn: in rr.ir v-fr". rv.n yr-t
ting good pay for the job. Speakers
at college commencements denounce
the church as narrow, bigoted and
sectarian. Men wrire down Chris
tian colleges as'r.ectaiiun fanaticism,'
and occasionally editors denounce i
the ministry end charge them with
sensiuhtv, ' All th-jso things have
occurred in North Carolina in the
past twelve months, and nothing has
been said against them as vicious
and falte attacks on the church of
Gcd. Of them all, l)r; Thompson
is most innocent, though 1 mu3t con
demn any erroneous attack the doc
This is what yon might c;ill hit
ting the nail squarely on the head.
The Observer, in the same issue,
also h;id a cartoon representing
Thompson, Ingersoll and the devil
in bed together, where the following
dialogue is Kupposed to haye taken
Cy Thompson "The church
stands taday where it always sfood,
on the side.of humantelayery and not
on the side of liberty."
The Deyil "I heartly approve
of your views, Cy. My champion,
Bob Ingersol', is getting old, and
soon will be eternally with me. We
will need a good one to take his
place, Keep up the lick, Cy, and
you will get your reward."
Bob Ingersoll '-Cy, you can't
get a better admirer than my old
chum, don't let the church folks
head you eft", you are making a
magnificent record, and may yet
proye a better disciple of darkness
than I have! ' Greensboro R cord.
The N. 1'. Satterlield Case.
R L Smith, of Stanly, is in Ral
eigh, being summoned before the
grand jury a3 a witness in the case of
the fradulent assignment bill now
pending against S P Satterfiald,
clerk of the General Assembly.
Attorney W M Smith and Eon. A
F Hileman of Cabarrus have also
Tiye Thousand Dollars Worth of
Robt. L Jordan, of Kougemont,
has, through Messrs Guthrie, Turn
er and Guthrie, begun suit against
the Western Union Telegraph Com.
for alleged failure to deliver a
ric?,!Yo ent from Durham a few
' 17s ago. He su'-s fordamages in the
7 of nv;nV:i an-iih to his wife
iud estimates ihe damage at $5,000.
A tr:;- t'.iuplo. Vllio. Under Many
IHlkciiltieN. Were Carried Here
A Standard reporter lau upon a
little weary looking feliow on. the
street this afternoon who wore a
very sad expression on hi3 face. The
reporter was at once struck with it
and began quizzing the young man,
who at length revealed to U3 his
troubles. With his bonny bride he
came all the way from . Rowan
conmfor the license, but owing to
the youthful appearance of -tee Iits
tie fellow they were refused him.
Here he was and what next to be
done he didn't know. . With the re
porter accompanying him we found
Mr. Jon M Miller at Cannonville,
who certified to the prospective ap
After the license had been pro
cured, the reporter, as best man, wa
sent for a magistrate, as that was
the next step.
Not -ong afterwards Esquire
Caleb A Pitts was found and Mr.
Ira I Trexler and Mis3 Fannie b
Bogtian, both of Rowan county, were
pronounced man and wife. No
longer is the face sad and dra.vn,
nor the blushing bride uneasy, for
everything is "fixed" and the happy
couple are now far on their way
The groom is a half brother to
Rev. P M Trexler, once pastor of
Trinity Reformed church of this
Esquire Pitts was eyen more
timid and excited than v?ere the
couplers this was bi3 first marriage,
but he calmed down, As a sort of
preliminary, the Squire said: "Mar
riage is an ordinance instituted by
God, in the garden of Eden; the Lord
saw that it was not good for Adan
to be alone and he created
Five. You will have to cultivate
each other and will have duties to
perform, both pleasant and un
pleasant." Fifty XioIIars in Ducks.
The Raleigh Observer tells of the
supposed loss sustained by a society
young man :
A young gentleman in this city a
few days ago sent to the lauudry a
pair of white pants, in the pocket of
of which wa3 a roll of greenback,
amounting in all to $50. A little
while latter discoyermg his mistake,
he rushed to the laundry, told his
story with great excitement, and
was conducted to the steam machine
through which the pants were uu
going rapid repairs. They were
tiken out-, the pockets were searched
and the greenbacks looked m-re like
a mess of turnip salad than they
did like bard earned money. But
they were gradually straightened
out, and will no doubt, in the next
few days be recognized by some of
our merchants who may be so Incky
as to exchange their goods for them,
by the washing machine wrinkles in
Alarmed the People Were.
Few white people in the city knew
of the meeting that was held by the
Zion Hill Methodist (colored) on
Sunday morning last, and when the
bell began ringing about 5 o'clocV,
and continued to ring so long, people
in the West end of the city became
alarmed, thinking something serious
was happening, many of whom went
to the church to find out the cause
of the bell ringing atsuch unseemly
hours. This day-break meeting is a
3 new feature to many of our people.
Havin? transferred my. Yiie Ir
siiranc business to Aie'rrs. n
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I cor,..
me no them to any who may-l.i
need of fire insurance, ivA, hfppcjfc
for them a liberal ttrov.fp.
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We have arsumed the F:re Insur
ance business of Jfr.J.W. r;
comprising the apenoie ?." t.-vvor.u
first-class pnd well entabli-) . cc::,'
canies, and respectfully r o-ii-ii j.
liberal share of business in Hi v.-v. ji
Aui;u?: 2t, r;
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I have now in s.cek -'L v
opposite the conr;. !rr ,
did linn of wclb!;:udr F;. ;i:Tt;r
Bed SlGEdB TalK(:8?.
Wash Stmm Ayms,
I dffy competition in i:,vA 4..i
quality ar ! piicc. Yc ' -Fl h
surprised when you he'u- ';.- f -r-Como
and see. If not rFstoet'
cau supply you v. f: r .
have a nice lino ot ,
at prices that will surpris.' yon. 5.
keep a full lin? nr. ! rm1 - ::y
mediate supply, i ui: .
and run iny plardr-r:
all persons who v-: . . . .
in this line, .,wi.l do v..U ;
and ee in.
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Concord. N. C. July 13, R :
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