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CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1890.
Single copy 5 cents.
rMl,rOKTHQUKSTlON. j Preston, of this place, were in- taken into full connection with
fut Atii 11 (Yitfernicc of the M. E.
(Inirels Ktth The Proceedings of
'his JI:ti'm:j:-s Session The Services
IVuIay morning's session
0po!HHl with Scripture oading
l,vKov. .1 E Gay, after which the
pv;;:ii, ".father of Mercy Send i
Thv Grace," was sung.
a matter of news to
SOiiii- vho can not attend to
know that 1 1iis body uses no or-p-;-sii
wV.ew they sing these hymns,
i -1 -vy one heartily joins in
Key stated that he had
lc1.- an amount of anti
Klerature for distribu
srggested that the miu-
t his matter their atten-
The s:-. o;id question, "Who
.uius on trial," was then
up. Jas. W Campbell was
: iiiinm d in the class of the first
Yir. Luther E Peeler was ad
v;:r t a c "lio second year.
Tiidei ::.(' eight question, W B
S,:u i)oio was continued in the
class of the second year.
The following were elected to
cider's orders: H K Boyer,
Tlobt. S Howie, Thos. A Smoot,
Robt. G Tuttle, and Robt. L
Loonidas L Smith and T E
Weaver were continued in the
class of the fourth year.
The case of G H Crowell which
--as left from the day before, was
taken up. He was elected to eld
It was moved that the question
of education bo taken up tomor
row morning at 11 o'clock, and
that Dr. J C Kilgo be requested
to address the conference on that
The committee appointed the
day before to investigate com
plants against Rev. J A Green,
reported that a trial would be
necessary, that the charges
"ulil be heard. The report was
, roved bv the conference, and
iuiiiisli;!., wue appointed to con-.
the trial privately. The
' s'- -r-nst: the minister were
t ' C . o the conference, but
! -n-o -)): :gos reflecting upon
' .ar.ier. The following
1 : -iiittcv) retired promptly tobe
the trial: Revs. R G Bar-i-i'tt,
K II Parker, C M Pickens,
J A Cook, W M Bagby, J H
''"Kilo, vr IT Willis, G WCalla
1 1 ; i b ; i oiler, with J CRowe
chairman and H G Boyer sec
retary. The committee on conference
relations were given the follow-
names: As superannuates
evs. MJ Stryder, J P Reynolds
and L T Mann- as supernumer-arv-I
. U skbernethy.
The report in regard to the
Christian Advocate was handed
in iii'hv.as encouraging. Rev.
L C i vrford, its editor and
nes. rmager, then made a
f -i oii. This organ of the con
ff ;,(ineo now has about 4,000 sub
y 1 i'K'is, and Rev. Crawford ox
lr( ssocl his satisfaction m the
vriv, stating that improvements
been made on the paper re
;fEtH'. The report was referred
1 r' or mmiUc on books and
Hev- W B Onoy and Cochran
troduced to the conference.
The fifth question "Who are
re-admitted," was brought up
and the name of D Vance Price
called, but passed by.
Rev. J P McFerrin was trans
ferred from the Louisville con
ference to this one.
The next question, "number
twenty, "Are all of the preach
ers blameless in their life and
official administration," was
taken up but other mattors con
tinually interrupted its finish.
The following names were passed
upon favorably before the ad
journment of the morning ses
sion: Revs. C W Byrd, E L
Bain, H L Atkins, J R Moose, R
M Taylor, J D Gibson, G G Har
ley, R B Shelton, S T Barber,
Jas. Atkins, H F Chreitzberg,
Frank Siler, W H Willis, J E
Gay, W P McGhee, T P Bonner,
J C Mock. D N Litnlinr. W M
Bagby, A- A Crater, J H West, G 1 Ployed
D Hermon, Parker Holmes, L E
Stacey and D F Craver.
Under this head the name of
Rev. T W Mansfield was called
and a good amount of discussion
followed. It seems that Rev.
Mansfield was ordered to a
charge and failed to go, but after
discussion it was found that his
exceedingly destitute circum
stances was the cause of him not
responding and not any ill-will.
He had requested that he be lo
cated and his request was
Rev H L Atkins offered reso
lutions for the help of Brevard
Epworth school, owing to its
weak financial condition, asking
that collections be taken by the
churches on Thanksgiving day
and by the Sunday Schools and
Epworth Leagues at or near that
date for this school and that the
ministers solicit aid for same.
This was referred to a committee.
Among the names of the laity
Prof P P Claxton was substi
tuted for J A Young, and C A
Landreth for W B Bradshaw.
Dr. J J Tigert, of Nashville,
Tenn., the book editor, made a
talk to the conference in regard
to the proper methods of keep
ing the statistics and also spoke
in the interest of his publishing
house. He is the author of
"Tigert's Logic." Following
this Bishop Key spoke very com
plimentary of the periodical en
titled, 1 'Childrens Visitoi , "
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSAIU.
Rev. J H Huggins delivered a Key, Jas, Atkins, D. I)., Makes an Able
sermon this afternoon fat 3 Talk on Sunday School Work Its Im
o'clock. Services will be held portance to the Yonng Treasurer
each afternoon at this hour dur-' Coltrane Makes a Talk,
ing conference. j On Thursday night in the Cen-
Tonight in Central church Rev. tral Methodist church the Sun
dress dCliVer aG day SCh01 anniversary was held.
NOTES After the opening of the services
Hon S P Graves, of Mt Airy, Mr- D- R Coltrane, of this place,
who is a lay delegate to the who is the treasurer of the Con
conference, made one of the ference Sunday school Board,
shortest and best speeches today made a talk, showing the work
on the conference floor delivered done during the past year in dis
during the session. tributing their literature and
Dr J W Long, of Salisbury, otherwise.
jritlUULLL Ol Oiaie k5 ASSOCia- rnr.-. nAAy,acc
It will not bo a surprise any v;b
are at an laumiar witu ood qualities i
Chamberlain's Con'b l?'?m.-fjy. to know
that people everywhere take pleasure in
relating thf i" experience iu the ut-o iu
that splendid medicine acd in t'lina:
of the benefit they have received fron?
it, of bad colds it has cured,
threatened attacks of pneumonia it has
averted and of the children it bis saved
from attacks of croup and vriioopinff
cough. It ii a srrand, good medicis
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tion, arrived at 10.30 and ad
dressed the conference.
The classic face of Prof P P
Claxtou was seen at conference
this morning. Since the close
of the Normal
of the evening
was delivered by Rev. Jas. At
kins, D. D., of Nashville, Tenn.,
who is editor of the Sunday
School Literature. Dr. Atkins
is an able speaker and is greatly
count of epidemic, the Professof erested in the Sunday school
like Othello,is temporarily unem- work. Most especially, said he,
should the child be taught from
Rev A A Crater of Monroe, is its youngest days to know of
quite sick at the Kimball House. , Christ. Nothing is more ex
Mrs Crater will reach here from 1 planatory of the work before us
Charlotte today. j than the words of the Master
RevW L Grissom, Presiding when he said, "Feed My Lambs,"
Elder of the Morganton District, Suffer Little Children to Come
is quite ill in his room at St Cloud Unto Me As the mind of the
Hotel. Mrs Grissom is with him. mtie child is cultured in its kin-
Rev J E Abernthy was called ' d gtudies and from
t j ir l ii . i
to his home at Murphy this
morning by a telegram announc
ing the death of Capt J W Coop
er, the leading member of his
congregation, and in fact the
leading citizen of that town.
Funeral will take place today.
Rev. R T N Stevenson, a mem
ber of the conference and by
the way a cousin of ex-Vice-President
Stevenson had! a
fearful, though not serious acci
dent yesterday, spraining his
left foot. He is out today, but
The reunion of the Georgia
Confederate Veterans was held
in Savannah Wednesday. Gen.
C A Evans was re-elected commander.
thence to the working of our
greatest universities so ' must it
know of Christ and His teach
ings. Properly taught from its
childhood the numbers of con
versions when grown would de
crease. He spoke of some of the
mistakes made by Sunday
schools using incompetent
teachers, and also mentioned
some great workers in this line.
His address was interesting from
beginning to finish, and will no
doubt be the means of arousing
new vigor in the Sunday schools
of the conference.
whih he said should be in every
The Board of Church Exten
sion reported that a Woman's
Missionary Society had been or
ganized for the Western North
Carolina Conference with the
following officers: President,
Mrs. M J Branner, of Waynes
ville; Corresponding Secretary,
Mrs. T F Marr, of Waynesville;
Treasurer, Mrs. J A Odell, of
Greensboro. The report was
adopted. Mrs. Branner, who
was elected the president is a
most enthusiastic worker, hav
ing recently donated $500 to
foreign missions 5 and $500 to
Mr. S J Durham was sub
stituted on the committee on tem
perance in place of J P Lucas.
Tnmnrrnw mnminff at lCU
o'clock three ministers will be
Jjk There will be a special
VqV' Communication of Stokes
Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A.
M. Monday night, Nov. 27, at
o'clock. R H Griffin,
Fythians Take Notice!
Regular meeting of Concord
Lodge No. 51 at Castle Hall to
night at 8 p. m. Business of im-
Dortance. Members e: .ytk .
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