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High Grade Tobacco
Prosrex t "e Cannon Factory.
Several car loads of maenmery
tjye been unloaded at the Cannon
factory for the new mill, and
gereral more are standing on the
riditrack in readiness to be trans
ferred ints che building.
Hacgera ana shafting; are being
placed on the first floor, the boilers
gnd engine have been placed in
their proper positions, the
building penciled and whiter
washed inside and outside, the
smoke sUck ninety feet high, (from
the top of which one cm get a
ipkmkd view of the city and sur
rounding county) and with the com
pletien of the boiler room and stack
the m.li u ill then stand complete,
r;aiy for the operatives and raw ma
rifieen Trains in One Day.
Thursday next, November 21, is
Xev Voik Day at the Atlanta Ex
position , The Southern ba3 airang
d for the transportation of two
thousand or more visitors from New
York City to Atlanta and will run
No. 37, vestibule, in fifteen sections
cs that day. This will be the great
st number of passengers trains ever
passing ovei this road in one day in
all of its existence.
A Household TrcnMire.
DW Fuller, of Cana:oharie, N.
Y. says that he always keeps Di
king's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
verybcst results follow its use; that
would not be without it, if pro
curable. G A Dykeinan Druggist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
Discovery is undoubtedly the
test -Cough remedy; that he has
,Jd it in his family for eight years,
a-d it never failed to do all that
is chimed for it. Why not try a
re?:-cdy bo long tried end tested.
Trl bottles free at Fetzers Drug
Store, Regnlar size 50c and 1-00.
. iiit j. ore room, next to Dov &
l .''if occupied by Sims & Alex
torrent. It is 22x75, with
eu b-iacment. Possession given 1st
h :uary, 1896. Apply to
1XJS C. Holshouser & Co., com- !
r ;eu 0. Ilolshoupor and J h j
J-fcii wa dUfcolvf'd by mutual
on Nov. 1 7.895. I
Ltiru'i business and
( all liabilities of C, Hols-Co-,
and collect all ikk-v
and other irulebl -
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k-rr W.DuKeSons &C3. vv&p
k?7theamericn tobacco cowrSw
Why IM1 ne Marry So Moon?
What right has the church over
the marital relations of a preacher?
is a question that is troubling the
Virginia Methodist Conference.
From the debate, which we publish
below, it appears that a young
Methodist preacher has shocked
some of the older brethren by get
ting married within two months
after haying joined the Conference:
The debate waa as follows:
When the name of Rev. Thomas
E Johnson, of Rappahannock, was
reached, quite a warm and unusual
discussion arose. Mr. Johnson res
ceiyed his itinerant orders just a
year ago, and in two or three months
was married. Dr. Whitehead brought
the matter to the attention of the
conference, saying that it was a
eerious matter for a young man to
enter the ministry in that way, and
immediately afterward take upon
himself an additional burden and
expense. The doctor thought Mr.
Johnson should be called upon by
the conference to explain why ne
married so Boon after entering the
ministerial work. Dr. Whitehead
said he had heard of a man's taking
a wife unto himself within a year
under such circumstances, but that
th 8 case was yery unusual, Noth.
ing of the kind had occurred before
in the history of the Virginia Con
Presiding Elder Watts, of Mr.
Johnson's district, defended the
young preacher, said that he should
not be held accountable to the con
ference for his marriage.
Dr. Petersen said his Brother
Whitehead had served in that con
ference a long time, and had had
much experience in such matters.
Many other such instances, said Dr.
Peterson, had arisen, and he thought
it was strange that Dr. Whitehead
had not previously taken the stand
"I deny that," said Dr. White
head, somewhat warmly, adding that
a man never came into the confer
ence as a single man and married
within two or three months. He
thought Mr. Johnson should at
least make an explanation of his
Dr. Peterson replied by saying
that the conference was wasting
time in talking about a case when
all the talking in creation couldn't
change the facta or make the man
anything other than a married man.
Rev. Dr. Clarke referred to
Shakespeare's maxim "Loye is a
piece of ijsanity," and intimated
that when one of Cupid's darts
pierced a youog man, he would net
stand upon whether or not he was a
minister of the Gospel or an ordinary
Rev. Dr. Tillett said he thought
Dr. Whitehead had entirely missed
the point in this cas-. It was, be
went on. whether or not Mr, John
son's duties as itinerant worker of
the conference had been interfered
with. As the young preacher in
nn;n n not present, bis Pre-!
MiurYAteT spoke for Hu. - r -
w Mr JnWon bad done faithful
MI.'".' v' "
nd i llioient work, arc h.
DOrtJe the additional expe
f Ma m-v
sary on account of n.s ma
nt work, arjd had
Elder though tsar, tne
v;ou!d be able to reiidci
rt n ?t rv moP
od service to the -;buroh -n
f,jtIirpt -m Mr. Johnson
can us a ate lor
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c - ing adv'iced to the class u
COKU01U W. c, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1895.
Uov. Carr Appointed November 2th
a. a JDny of Thanksgiving.
Hia excellency, Gov. Eiias Carr,
yesterday issued the following ;
Thanksgiving Proclamation :
The people of North Carolina
have much for whioh to be thankful
to Almighty God in the year which
has just past. The earth has
brought forth abundantly of the
food products in response to our la
bors, the prices of raw materials
have advanced, industrial progress
has been awakened in our midst and
the future looks brighter than the
past few years of disaster and want
Our people should be thankful
for the blessings vouchsafed to
them, and, in grateful remembrance ;
of His goodness and in obedience to !
our laws and the timehoored cus
tom of our forefathers, devote one
day of the year to tlis service.
Therefore, I, Elias Carr,Governor
of the State of North Carolina, do
hereby appoint Thursday, the 28th
day of November, 1895, as a
day of solemn and public
Thanksgiving to God for past
blessings, and supplications for
His continued kindness and care
over us as a State and nation.
I earnestly request every citizen
of this great Commonwealth to lay
aside his usual business, assemble
either at the churches or around the
fireside, ana make this annual ft5
tival a day of prayer and thanksgiv
ing. Let not the day be devoted to
amusements, but with grateful
hearts give praise to God for the
preservation of our liberties and
for the advancement of our nation
in prosperity and greatness.
This State has ever been the home
of freedom and the abiding-place of
a virtuous and noble people- Let
the day not pass without acknowl
edgment of all these blessings; and
let us remember in our prayers and
offerings the charitable institutions
of the State, the wounded and
needy soldier, the orphan, the poor
and afllicted, and, by substantial
givitg, show forth the thankfulness
of our hearts.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the
Great iSeal of the State of
North Carolina to be affixed.
Done at the city of Raleigh,
(Seal) this 14th of November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand
tight hundred and ninetefive
and in the one hundred and
twentieth year of our Ameri
By the Governor.
S. F, Telfair,
Sum Jones ami Bill Fire's Laundry.
Af ter Rey. Mr. Price had preached
his last sermon to the colored people,
a few nights ago, he announced that
any member of tne congregation that
desired to testify for the Lord could
do so, several made short talks, the
most pertinent one of which, rer
haps, was by a colored brother who
remarked that he had heard some
people srv that Sam Jones was the
greats man that had ever vieited
Winston; others siid Mr. Fife wa
hile others thought Mr. Price was
the greatest. The brotner saia ne
would tell how it was:
j - did de washing; Mr.
Fif and Price are here now doing
;de ironing." Winston oenunei.
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t of Cancer?, Flies ana
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to 10 p. in,
Old Diu Odom.
THE DOCTORS DIFFER."
President Kilgo Opposes Football
While Ills Predecessor Introduced
It Into tlie Stale
The position President Kilgo, of
Trinity College, has taken on foot-
ball, is strongly combated by the
advocates of this great American
A prominent gentleman who has
had a deal of experience with college
boys, and who is in the city for a
few days, said yesterday;
"I notice that you quote what
Dr. Kilgo says against football. It
is fair to state that Trinity College
introduced through its president, Dr.
Crowell, modern football in this
State. And Dr. Crowell was re
peatedly endorsed by his truatee3
and great regrets expressed at his
resignation. fDoctors differ.'
"As to the dangers of the gan
let me make some suggestions.
Many lives are lost among bathers.
Should bathing be abolished? Peo
ple are constantly thrown out of
buggies, limbs broken and lives lost.
Should buggy-riding be abolished?
Two Sunday school scholars were
killed by their teacher? (Durrant).
Should Sunday schools be abolished?
Children fall out of trees. Shall
tree climbing be stopped, etc., etc,
"That there U little real danger
in fooiball 13 proyed by the fact
that the game goes on in all the col
leges, and many of the echoole,
towns, villages and cities eyery day
for many weeks, tens of thousands
of players and in proportion to the
numbers engaged the serious acci
dents are few.
"If the plavers do get dirty, ought
we not to lejoiee thai; dudeisra is
no the fashion? Raleigh Obseiyer.
A Nltfht in Jail.
Dr. Reed, Messrs. Quiut Smith,
Prof. Keesler, J P Query, John Boat
and W M Stuart were confined in
the Cabarrus county jail last night
to await the approach of an angry
mob. The undaunted courage of
the young men as they rallied to the
assistance of the determined sheriff,
is deserving of great praise, for there
in that gloomy prison with all its
forbidding aspects, these bold men
sUod shoulder to shoulder, expect
ing momentarily the midnight at
tach which would bring death and
disaster to all. But as the minutes
and hours rolled on and the wee
surdl hours of the night approached
no signs of brewing trouble startled
those listening ears, but in siiesce
these men waited what might be in
evitable. But soon dawn, in all its
glory shed over the silent prison the
rays of the morning snn, and from
the silent corridors, these men, with
slow and steady tread, left the scene
of anticipated blood shed and riot
"One of the Boys."
Xeivs from Manly.
Mr. John Teeter, a ao:d fanner
of Big Lick, Stanly couuiy, wus in
the city. He report that in his
section everybody is freiing good
tho bountiful crop.1? vnd the
rise in the price of cotton'. M
Teeter iuan a saw mill ' -d is pro
greasing in that bu:ires, aa he does
at farming. He state thitamobj
cf one hundred stron
vtrji to A i be
M il l
j the pajt fev da. i - i
T : . s
j when he got his aret rate.;
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j the afiaiv, althougi. h liyei
sis milc3 of Farbee,
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Elegant Bridal preseu.. aiv'
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Call to see us and we nil1
show yen the most complvV
lines of thtse gocxis that have
ever been carried in Conooiil,
and they are cheap.
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Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N, C.
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