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The Best Meeting Yet at the Baptist
Written for The Standard.
Last ovoni7i.iT at tho Baptist
; ; j rcli a grout crowd assembled
; ' uv the gospel preached and
The hinging by the congrega
and choir was inspiring,
v.oncord has never heard better
..liging. The choir is composed
members of most all of the
i ; lurches. Rev. Hoge appreci
ates the help of not only those in
iho choir but also of Mr. Benson
v;1k has been at every evening
srvi-, x and played the organ.
solo, "Not Tonisrht" was
; by Mr. AVolfsohn in a
'werful manner. The -atten-n
was remarkable while the
"ig was being rendered.
Mr. Hoge's sermon was the best
'-. A very strong argumen
:ve exegesis of Matthew 12: 30.
he closo of the sermon a I
:'d number of those who had
k-stiadon and those who were
.'ou verged came forward ro
v:ii;. heir covenant with Gcd
ul accepting Christ as a Savior.
'vices as usual 9 a. m. and
; . in.
Mr. Ceo. Martin, who for over
vviity years lias been in the
' cv; -.paper work, has been here
everal days. Mr. Martin is now
on the staff of the Chattanooga
Times and is getting out an in
dustrial issue devoted to Salis
bury. It will contain eight pages
and lie will print 15,000 copies.
He'll Tell Us of the Mght.
Since Mr. R Will Johnson has
been selected as a carrier of a
' billy" and pistol, Mr. Luther
Biles has taken the work as night
watchman. He went his rounds
for the first time Thursday night
and now knowTs how it goes to
v alk while others are asleep.
Tho Ikkery Changes Hands.
Mr. Will Johnson, who for
some months has been conduct
ing a hM Stand and bakery, has
cni i u65r,ACe o Mr loo
Fi.hor. Mr. Johnson closed out
th' business on account of re
tui iiimr to school.
Atlanta Gets the Prison.
h .eems that Atlanta has been
?;- '.iK-cessful candidate for the
-"wthprn "Podnral -orison. It ! r
-omething over $2,000,000
v"-h(iiture of Uncle Sam's
!- v 1 o wn there . It will take
pi-'i'-iMy till 1902 to get all things
iv (i 4 hii iha Smith firn con-
These will include those
ihe District of Columbia, I
ylrnid iind Delaware.
Kiiird My Her Parrot.
iss Alice Knatt, says
'vV;isliiiigton Post, was asphyx- j
";i!tl l recently at her home in
c'ny i)V ier pet parrot. She !
v, ;t sl(i''i)ig and the bird turned j
on the gr.s 'Vet. The parrot had !
hlarinl its bill near the
bottom of i
ii i il
t half dead
door and was about half
discovered but the unfor- '
lla;ie lady could not be resus- j
WKE'A GOLD IN ONE DAY
ffdi(; Layative T5romo
druiists refund money
An Event in the Annals of Society.
An ultra tasinonabte tea m its A large crowd assembled at
most critical term was given by the Forest Hill Methodist church , Mr. A H Washburn, of Char-
charminsr Misses Means at their Thursday afternoon to hear the ; JGtte' is here today-
hospitable and delightful home funeral rites over the body of Billy Caldwell returned home
last evening to Miss Mabel Moans Langdon Smith. Assisted by j this morning from Spray.
and guest, Miss Nellie Grimbel, Rev. Nelson and Rev. JD Ar-! T N Steele and A VvT Colson,
of Spartanburg, S. C. Seven nold, the funeral was conducted j of Mooresville, spent the day in
courses were handsomely served by Rev. J E Thompson, who was j our cit-
in its most "elite" way. The the pastor of the young man. Mrs. N F Yorke and Mrs. A
dainty and delicate hand was in Sweet and pathetic' solos were, 1x1 Brown are spending the after
evidence in the preparation for rendered by Miss Rose Harris, ' noon in Charlotte,
such a tea, -which can only be "Some Sweet Day. Bye andj Mr. Baxter Parks went over
excelled by the thorough knowl- Bye," and Mr. H A Wolfsohn. to Charlotte this morning to visit
edge of such abilities as hostess. His two selections were "Look-; his daughter, Mrs. S F Stephens.
The Misses Means have a recog- ing This Way" and "Lead Kindly j Misses Ella Walter and Car
nized reputation of knowing how Light." The pallbearers were i xie Johnson and Mrs. M C Walter
to entertain in its strict society Messrs. D .TBostian, R A Brower, ! went to Harrisburg this morning
sense and on this occasion made WC Houston, Lester Coltrane, j tj visit Gir relatlves'
the event "a charming one," Jno. B Sherrill and J L Hartsell. ! Mr. Jas. W Cannon and Mr.
where- a retrosriect deservedly
as it is on this occasion cannot
. . , . .
help but bring you back to the
accelerated moments 'as they ap-
pearcd on last evening. Those
who were admitted to the table
of tempting delicacies wore seated
Miss Kate Means, Ed. Moss.
Miss Belle Menis. William Oil
Miss Pauline Menus Farl
Miss Grimbel. D Francis Can-
Miss Mabel Means, Luther
Miss Bessie Campbell, Gaston
111 i L.iii UL J-
To Stop the Sale of It. j of taxes by emissaries of the in-
Some time ago several of our j surgents, who take all they have,
merchants were advised to stop j the natives are in a state of semi
selling a grade of malt, which ; starvation. They have no faith
seemed to be nothing more than j in the Tagalo, and they earnest
beer, and also some grades of y desire American protection.
cider which were found to have
an intoxicating effect. A grocery
merchant of our town was tried
before a magistrate Thursday
night for selling intoxicating
drinks, to wit, apricot cider,
and his case will be tried in the
coming term of court.
$imi-Anmial Dividend Declared.
The stockholders of the J M
Odell Manufacturing Co. metltinued drag Up0n them in the
Friday. This was their semi-form 0f tributG exasperates the
annual meeting. A semi-annual natiVeS and they threaten des-
luiviucuu. ui .
'was declared. This is the cotton ,
i t n tt 1 f i stereotyping again as it is lay or
Mr. Chas. F Hislop, formerly of. fe
this place. 1 able to the Powers that be-J
,. T T, , .
Ihirned by Lamp Explosion.
' Mr. H A Tucker was most se-!
Sously, if not family, burned
rm l.-t- 1, f!hoi.lnt.o
hotel, in Charlotte.
He was in bed asleep with a '
i ; to mnntfll.
IcllIJ I t UUllllUi, wj.
x . - . I
This lamp did not have a chrni-
1. if nnrl cnnii n.tt.pr 12.
o'clock it exploded seating he
i bod on fire. Mr. TucRer's cioines
. , , , -i
caught fire and he fought bravely,
till rescused was awfully
Mr. Tucker is a resident
of Wilmington, to where he in
tended to start on the 5 o'clocl
The Phllaaelpliia Exposition Opened.
The National Export ExpoSl-
j. -ni -i i i i nvm
non at Philadelphia, xoim-
ally opened Thursday. Fresi -
J f- a
dent McKinley did not attena,
. uul . a-
j Admiral Sampson and an array
Quh.tooT.iof officers and men from tho
CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1899.
The Remains Laid to I?est. !
Words of hi o-h est, nraiso ns to
this youn:' man's character were j
spoken by his pastor who, with
all others accpiaiuied, is cogni-
zant of his good name. His was
a character worthy of emulation
by all. There was an unusually
large procession and many beauti
ful iloral tributes were bestowed.
I iney Hisiiuur itoiituou.
. , . . . , ,-,
A vvasmngton cuspatcn or tne
( ceived at the War Department. SQ destroyed the beach at
, from Manila state that the natives j portsmouthj that now the tide
Gf the island of Samar are praying ! risos around the doorsteps of the
fnr flip srpod v nrrivnl of tholnnr l-.n K,r ,v v,
American flag. It is said that as
1 a result of the forcible collection
An insurgent leader. Gen. Luc
ban, -has bolted to Japan, taking
with him 82,600 collected by him
for the insurgents. The agents
of the insurgents endeavor to
compel the natives to join their
forces, which they will not do.
The condition of the Island is
rapidly approaching riot and
anarchy as the heavy and con
Derate resistance ii licouimuw.-
may be Gen. Otis'
Died in Her Sleep.
Mrs. E L DeArmond, of Mr.l-
lard Creek Mecklenburg county,
WUS 1UUI1U UUcUl Ul ut-u. xnux.ctj
mormn- Sho was .f,ar!t old -
:t was eomg out of li te s
in the enjoyiiieijt of sleep.
: -The official report of veiiow
seven TO u lit' wiui uiiu uuatu.
Ten otinn i pnmiilete nnn thp dis
i ami the best factories :n t ne Liiiteu btat at oav ni::r.
aotiBSD Tllh GRAVE. . ; us lon loacl in low PRICES. Vq have bought to se"
A startling incident of vhieh Mr. vr? don't. Have vou seen our line of Picture., jus: :
V' in, lilco.it ever shjnvn in ConcoL Pries n, f,
I was in a most dreadful condition. My ! Doirt miss the sight. Jusi the thing ior JrKtal, i .lH -ciH.
was almost vellow, eyes sunken, j Vind nf Prp.nts. New lim? of mouldinfr iu' ill.
. tongue coated, pam continually m bacK
and sides, no appetit,.- -Erraduasly j?row-
ker day l)V j;iy. Three physi-
' V ,- -I.. - . ,
, cians had given me up iortunaujy a
sriend advised trying tleciric Jjitters:
and to my crreat 'joy and surprise, the
first bottlo mi-o ueciueu liui'x'jve-
t nnHTin.d t'mdr use for three
week" an(i am now a well man. I know
ttea ndrobd the
' Jno- Gill, Jr., of Philadelphia
I wont nrov in AlKmnorln
morning by private conveyance.
Mr. Frank Rogers went to
Mebane this morning to be gone
a few days. He goes to play
ball with the Bingham school
We hear a movement is on foot
t ) abandon the island of Ports
i mouth, and the inhabitants will
; ' T
Bue sound. The ?rea.t. storm
; longer possible. Washington
k If pool 1 ma
n 11U0I! LIUU
I FANCY 1
S. J lii's,
The Summer is Ended,
Im Harvest is
THE TIME TO
Everybody and their
BELL, HARRIS k CO.
! is the i)lace to buy it and don't,
V Ll 1 Xl.LiA-. . v -
l47e 4re Strictly
, - f jT ft
Silvio Copy 5 ( c;j;ts
. Duiin; the eiyi! war, as vr.ll
in our lato war witfi Suin. diar
rhoea Tv:ia oiih c? the most
troublesonif diseases the riny
had to contend with. In v.any
instances it beeime chronic ami
the old soldiers still nuliw froca
it. Mr. David Taj lor, of Wiud
Ridge, Grenii county, V .., is o:
o? these. He uses Ciov d oyin'
Colic, Cholem and Diurrlioca
Remedy nd says he never found
anything that would ivo him
such quick relief. It lor sah
by M. L. Marsh & Co.. D.r. -;st
V) ir -
Is now full to overjl Giving.
! Larger Stock and Crater
variety than ever slioivih
here before. Every thing
that's new can be seen in
this Department- A new
lot of the English S(uares
with embroider izd ends
j7'sl in by express this
morning. New colo ings
and vrettier than ever The
autumn Style of Puffs, Im
perials, Hand Bows, leeks,
Club Ties, etc-, are now on
display and we should be
glad for you to look them
u i n
ii. l.. rcu no
you forget it. Car Jots, s
l ti 1 t.'
on .nort notice.
in ii for Business
' n r.
: jc. The srenuin has L. B. O I