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OONCOKD, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899.
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; A K I GEN-PATTERSON. :
At the Baptist Church.
I bitten for The Standard
.r.Pi.Mvuurcu. Four Cairtnred Bnt Released.
Tn0 of China Grove's Most Popular Qu.ite a Sood crowd was at the 0n a freight train today
I Yonsp Folks WedA New Methodist BaPtlst church last night, to (Thursday) four foreigners were
Witney ine ormnauon or ine found in a car Nothing was
deacons. Brothers. John Robin- done for a while until Policemen
China Grove, Sept. 7. DeWitt son aM A b JSorthcott. The Mabery and Cruse, could get
Jswaringen and Katy Ethel Pat- . on tne duties of the church there. Some of; the trainmen
jtersou were united in the holy to the deacons was made by informed the officers that one
I bonds of matrimony in St. j W T Talbert, and the charge U) had a knife and that another one
I Marks E L church Wednesday the deacons by Rev. B Lacy nal a pistol. The officers faced
pa&Lui. them and brought them up town
The singing was lead by Mr. without any resistance and found
H A Wolfsohn and Mr. Benson, no weapon on their persons,
of the M. E. church, presided at But when they were arraigned
the organ. The solos sung, by, their, tongue was that of French
Mr. Wolfsohn were excellent. instead ' of EnelishV An effort
Services again tonight at 8 p. was made to, understand them
m. ine evangelistic meetings but to no avail, but Mr. Holland
.begin tonight and continue for Thompson was called in and en-
j. J "r.. vrr 1 t 1 n
ien aays. $lt. w.oiisonn win gaged in conversation with them
have charge of. the singing and enough to find out that they
this is sufficient guarantee that claimed to have paid-the brake-
it will be nrst-class.
evening, September 6th, at 6.30
I p. in. by Rev. Robert L Patter
json, brother otthe bride, assisted
I by Rev. J Q Wertz. Theattend-
ants were Misses Beulah and
I Pauline Thorn, of this place,
and Miss Alma Shirey, of Vir
l ffjnia, Messrs. Arthur Patterson
land Tom Ross, of this place,
J Messrs. Hart and Blalock, of
1 Norwood, arid Edgar Gaither, of
1 Salisbury. Miss Myrtle Pa tter -I
Son, sister of the bride, played
I tbe inarch. Her escort was Mr.
1 Duval, of this place. The church
1 was decorated with cotton and
ferns. xV gate made of cotton
I was opened by Master Bernard
I Patterson and his little niece,
I Louise Miller, for the procession.
After the ceremony' the happy
! tu;iie returned to the home of
i :, bride to prepare to leave on
I :;.. train for Baltimore) to
I sp mi ciirbt or ten days. Several
I nit' attendants accompanied
1 -i..';! a far as Salisbury. Tli'o
j h ,(!( lveeived a number of hand-
Tills ceremony was the joining
- . of China Grove's most
i" uhr young folks two who
admiration and good
j v;1('- (;f our place,
j y.w K 1. Patterson, our local
inductor, who has boon
or o!!j' time on the sick list
i; ;: : his nost asraiti.
I!v. Si .;:. lings, of the Baptist
..!:. vvill conduct a meeting
. jiiuiing Friday night
.-Id academy building.
'i-'iA on the new Methodist
is progressing rapidly.
' ' ,! V Sutton, of Salisbury,
;;; yesterday here.
M;- Juiin Julian, of Salisbury,
-' '!.'!; yesterday.
Ti;' now cotton mill to be
mm.; at High Point, two miles
V1 nil of China Grove, seems to
;i iivinLr thing. There is con-1.,-nihlo
work being clone on
tiiM u rounds cutting and sawing
:.:'; for the wood part of the
A l)abv 'srirl arrived at the
Mr. II. M. Barrow On Mills.
. jman to ride on the freight. They
- ' were released.
The Louisburg Times contains
o - - TRkATi t j nii-
an interview of considerable
length and merit with Mr. H M
Barrow relative to cotton mills
in general and in Concord in
Isaac Scott, a negro,, was ar
raigned before the May or's: court
today (Thursday) on a charge of
retailing liauor in the back lot.
After pointing -out , , -
Steele, the hatter, is here to
day. Mr. Jas. G Heilig, of Salis
bury, is here.
-Dr. D J Satterfield returned
home last night.
John Miller went down to
Albemarle this morning.
Miss Fannie Lippard re
turned from Lexington Wednes
day. -rrRey. Chas. B.Miller. returned
home" this morning from Rowan
. Miss Esther Gook went to
Charlotte this morning to spend
IJorace Barrier, of Mount
Pleasant, returned this morning
Mr. Joseph Wilson, of
What Hicks Says.
Hicks, the weather man, says:
"September is the month in
which the season shifts to oppo
site ends of our little terrestrial
sphere and one must look for
great and violent activity among,
the elemental forces. The first
storm peripd for September lies
between the 2nd and 7th. Dur
ing the first part of the period a
warm wave will move out from
the western, part of : the conti
nent, and it depends, upon either
continental or- equatorial storms
whether the wave will be fol
lowed by warm or cooler
weather. The globe will pass
through a magnetic crisis from
about the 9th to 15th. As this
will be special perturbation,
there will be magnetic and elec-
jtrical phenomena out of the nor-
Union, S. C, spent last 'night at mal order. xWe can also look for
niu mairy au vaiiiagua xvxx . - ; storQ He was bound over to SU
row said if he had some of his
old home friends with him in
Concord for about 24 hours he
would not need to argue in favor
of cotton manufacture.
-pej-ior court in a justified bond of
$20 in default of which he is
now in jail.
Has a Crowd of Hoarders.
Mr, Elam Kingys.
Esq. C A Pitts returned
home this morning from Albe
marie and Misenheimer's springs
Dr. M L Stevens returned
here this morning after attend
ing the marriage yesterday even
ing at China Grove.
Mr. E V Patterson, ofWins-ton-Salem,
who has been the
guest of his friend, Mr. Frank
Rogers, left this morning.
Mrs. J O Kinc:, of Lincoln
It Wins the Cake.
The Fayette, Mo., Democrat- j Brian's
Jailer-To wnsond.luis as niaiiy.; Banilor is entitled to-'the eake.1 ' Mrs. A S Duffey of Vir-
boarders th.es days as you Could . You will agree with us when you gmia, spent today with imiss
n 4. i' ' r v ' -, -. Nannie Cannon. Mrs. Duffey
well extiect a house of those read the following -p i at- at n
itdu lul iuiiuMn. was formerly Miss May Pogram,
phenomally warm wTeather.
touching 17th, 18th and 19th. Se
vere and dangerous equinoctial
storms not improbable. Look
for sudden change to cooler. Re
actionary storm period, 22nd;
marked storm condition, 20th to
,24th, and dangerous gales prob
able, on land and sea. Storm pe
riod likely, about, 27th to 29th."
It will be noted that the first
of Charlotte, ore visiting at MV. j storm. period, from tno 2k1 to
tne an, lias not quite int the
rates to have, and to take into
The horrible news, comes
consideration that his board is frQm tFreo gtate, that
His inventory is
DrosDccts are that his
will be about fidl until time
iree negro women, three white Monclay to see h
len and seven negroes. The eitw alousr , a
a cornstalk last
ow the ears were !
nd now the corn
lOOlllS. (rvrTi-i -n tr Pneloi t!i:ni Ito pmti
climb down. Three men have
undertook to cut down the stalk,
but owing to its rapid growth it
is feared that they will not suc
ceed in time to prevent the young
man's death by starvation. He
is subsisting on raw corn and lie
has already thrown down four
bushels of cobs. It is now thought
that his supply i; almost exhausted."
Scoundrel Shoots Into a Train.
The Greensboro telegram of
the 0th says :
When the east-bound passenger
train, which leaves here at 8:10
o'clock a. m., was burning the
wind about a mile below Mebane
yesterday morning, two car win
clowns one each in the first and
second class cars were suddenly
crashed to pieces and small par- .
tides of glass 'were sent Hying (Sood Opening of the A. k Zl. ('.!:
in everv direction m the cars, i Tie Agricultural and Meclumi
The windows were broken by ntra miam-i(i tnnnr with
two pistol shots fired in quck -i - . i
succession, from the outside. s students. The dormitors
At one of the broken windows are said to oe about lull. I wore y-
Mrs. General W B Pender, of five out of 171 failed to pass the
Tarboro, was sitting, and the ' examinati0n Wedn-sday. The!
bullet passed but a few inches Observer says thatj
f,.nin faro. Her lap -was fill- . I
after this week applicants may j
o be turned away. j
THE BEST rttESlilVjiOX FOU
and fever is a bottle : 4 cJrovr's Taste
lens Chill Tonic. Never (nils to cure;
Then why experiment aith worthless
! imitation? Price TO ents. Yonr
' money hftidi if it fails to pure.
1 J. Mn,
re ma iu
ahead of his
ruan s t:ist.e;
a short distance
You fiBFune no ri-.
buy Chamborl.'iirj' ((.;
and Diarrhoea lu m.-Iv
Marsh Sz Co u ivd your
money if you r satisfied
after using it. It everywhere
admitted to be the moct success
ful remedy in use Ur 1 ;v.l com
plaints and the niy om thnt
mATor fails I i? . .Jt, mfe
Grip maltes one sick, weary and restless.
.Dr. Miles' Restorative Nrvu e b.ins rest.
The Summer is Ended,
; .-.-of Air W G Patterson last i ed with broken glass. , dIlcl lJ
..i, ai.. V,. on cn,iie thifs The secQiul bullet v;ent throngn 'have to
1 a entlemaii s na i, aiuwav iwr inere uu 1nM...illlvi, .
is head. Ipartment to the college now and)TnE TIME r
ere is no clue to the perpe- ? presldeut Wiiistoii seems proud j BUY
The Harvest is Past
J iii- tnlored Teams Phi) inc.
1 ;ir baseball season has closed
: -i'l now the colored team has
n! 'nod with a series of games
'' ' - i . the Charlotte Quicksteps.
' -'y played a game yesterday
r"iitiniz; in our Lone Stars be
defeated in a score of 16 to 8.
i'iy try it again this afternoon
:'d also tomorrow. Our team
i'"obably would have played bet
r if they had had grandstand
IS NOW ArJ
Everybody and their kinsfolk know that
BELL, HARRIS & CO.
e is no
Southern, assisted by the police of a tine body ot students.
authorities at Mebane and near-1 "; -. tm,i.
bv towns, is doing an m us. ueai .umc mm .v
dower to bring the guilty scoUiy j Ben Pendergrast, a deat mute,
drel to justice. It was not his was killed by the train near Le-
fault that his dastardly woik qiq Wednesday. Ho was walk-'
not result in a double murder noir vt"utsluJ : j
ho will be roughly ing on the track and though ap- j
handled. ! P
GLORIOUS M5W struck
Comes from Dr. D, B. Carole, of train was moving slowly when it like it ever shown in Concord. Prices lange from l'c to si'. ;o.
Washita. IT. He writes: "Jjourooi
Frames made on short notice.
roachmg che tia.n seemed to oe , i factories in the United states at our command -ives
g downward ana vwis lont, lead-in L0W PRICES, .TVo have bought to e11-we.sell.
and instantly Kiiied. i ne -r - don't. Have vou sen our line ot" Pictures mst m not.h-
Small.lNx In Ilowan.
The Salisbury correspondent
rhe Raleigh Post, says there is
family of negroes living eight
-iies west of Salisbury that has
'"dl-pox. They ' are isolated
guarded so that no fear of a
spread is entertained.
, , . .... .i Tf ,5r-o l-.o cio-ht .TnQt rhr thinr fo7- Hnda . UirthdHV Oi anv
. 7 iv... . . - n4-v..m ' in tii f-i n i i )i ii i v ; i i 1 1 1 4 i ii til i i nr? Oli.ni. - ..J w i v, v i . i . , ,y v
ties of Electric Bitters has curea jurs. i,;, rtf ProsPTitQ W lino of 7i:oiddiiiir lust in Picture
-t . u , h ioii anapn i . mini t 11111 j jv. .. " - - - --c o
jirewer ui uiuuu, " . muLiiciLt;.i
her reat surTeriDS for years. Terrible
sores wouia nreuK out uu ;
face, and the best doctors coaiu ive ,
vni.v lnt hprnre is complete and her
t ' This shows that
HE f OOLE D THE SURGEONS. j
All doctors told Eenick Hamilton, of
neaiiu is wwuciiu j tot pioitrip West Jefferson, O, after suflenn IS i
&MffidAtt monks from Keet.l Fistu.a. "
w"ioj . -,- a rfisr v oueraiiou vu,o jei-
remedy xor eczema, - "rvv,-" ,1 u:msplf rH
boxes oi Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the i
We Are Strictly in ii for Business
It's the supreme
aU viiunm nindis hm s anil run- iuiLu " . , ... , .1
teiltJI, BUll' lucnui, i.vf
Bin- sores, it stimulates f Pil cure on Earth, and the best
cents a otx. .
amfboVels, expels poisons help diges- surest ie
l.nilils nn the strenerth. Only oO aivs m i" "
.or,c nrn- Store. Sola at reizer b iu UWic.
cents, ooiu in j- ciiivi "f-