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ONLY THE HC& CONSIDERATION.
The Ashevilletjitizen observes
the notice in the Standard that
after Jan the 15th 1900'there will
be no hugs allowed to be kept by
the operatives of the Cannon and
Cabarrus mills Snd adds, "Here
fs an excellent cause for a "Hog"
and 41 Anti-Hog" war. The Sec
retary of the' Atiti- Hog League
can flap his wings and crow a
don ant crow, and the "Pro-Hogs
,;Cv--cokd, N. C, Nov. 25.
JPIl .'iAH' MUttiS ?l:M; WAS SHE
bU-v. d V Rogers pre
sented lo u.; Iiis "Life of Rev.
;:ur .;hanl, -V:icu it has
not b. e u our pr Iv i 1 ege to peruse
i i itseaiirety bat we see that
. ... a subject that could
well inspire his poii. On pages
16 to 17 we light ni i;itho follow
ing ieaiaruable paragraph:
"On (;;.. occasion -the " case of
.1 ephthah' s daughter came up for
diseuss'.on by a number o
preachers at a district confer
ence. Father Needham said that
JephUiah did not sacrilice his
, The other preachers
ainmiea imit lie did. Dr. ".,
THE SECOND DAT.
Owners" can hurl some more
No doubt the mill operatives
at Concord will be allowed to own,
possess and enjoy all the dogs
they wish. If a dog, why not a
hoir? If not a hog, whya dog:'
This reminds us of a friend,
whom we credit with sincerity,
and less of envy than his words
would imply, who complained
that the factory owners would
prevent them from keeping nogs
while other citizens of the town
enjoyed the privilege. Not the
prohibition was complained of so
much as the inequality of privi
leges. We are not authorized to ana
swer for t :ese mill owners, but
it never occurred to us that the
privileges of other citizens or the
comparative merits or demerits
ofthohog and dog necessarily
entered into the considerations:
but the simple question, would
the health, happiness and pros-
i 1 .ln.lv T'i .cirlin tv lelflm.
life 1 iiiU i v i-.-'n-1--1-"- - - j I . i
' , : i ,1, Perity of the operatives be
was caneo in nu u'-iiiiuiua - , , , iX
f. i,;.- holiof promoted by the removal oi the
the reason for In.-, beliei. t ri.ii i
nog pens irom uios uenseiy
popuWlod com urn nit ies. ?
Il the arUrmativc is decided
upon the action of the mill men
is proper. The accomplishment
i t:. "Xeedham asked: 'Why
did Cod drive out and destroy
the Ganaanites?' The doctor ru
d tla a it was because ol hu-
VA;r, v. ritiee. He tnen asked
" iiUi Was "Li;;- . w
,.r ., or teese e
.ids is of ':)
it ere s t
Work of the Jlethodist Protestant
Church-To Meet in Surry County
Next Year The President Re-Elected.
The president ruled that a pri;
vate member could not appeal
from a quarterly conference to
an annual conference. An ap
peal from the decision of !the
chair wTas sustained.
The motion that' the next ses
sion of the conference be held on
Wednesday after 3rd Sunday in
November, was adopted.
Dr. Lewis addressed the con
ference in behalf of Western
Maryland college and o behalf
of the principles and doctrines
of the Methodist Protestant
At the evening session con
ference proceeded to elect the
stationing committee. W FKen
nett was elected by the ministers
on first ballot, and Dr. J M Hud
ley, layman, was elected on the
fourth ballot. Conference by
ballot voted for committee of ap
peal of three u.hiisters and three
I mi Preparing for Conference You
Need Some of these Articles :
lay m en.
The standing district com
mittee was elected, consisting of
the old board.
The next annual conference
will be held at Pinnical, Surry
The conference elected three
ministers to till out the expired
terms of the old board of trus-
Dr. Stephens, president of
Kansas City University, was in
troducec to the conference.
Rev. T J Ogburn, secretary of
the foreign missionary board,
was introduced to the 'confer
to owners and operatives ol' the.
mills and we can't tell which will
vow':' tie did not answer and
T7. ! V ,.,11,:,m reniied t !i:t the
'" " .'. 1 i il... h.etlm .oreater irainers
i .... . . . 1 i ' i ' i z i i i i s ------- r,
i ,! - ! ' 5 : i-t 'for sac-
' I '
There is no line of reasoning
,uxt.11(1 -5::,.n i-.efore ther'V wi.u-i we can conem- uiai.
T , , i ! ntli.r ih.rm mutual inlerev were !
a and a 'Lwiul saciaiice j ugtit and could ue oetamea
v.;,;: p,.,,:!(i. The doctor I oliy n lhis w;l' us ono Uilcon'
q ' oivo it up. I JTivr it . I genial neighbor may be. a meeac o
to tneneaitli ana coiniori oi ery
If the dog is a menace h health
and happiness, then remove him
Vo '-mow that
h" Je" 'htliali's daughter was not j
;iani. tor human iii'e as a .sac.riti
. ! without reference to the hog.
YELLOW STONE PARK A rA"l'E.
. ) : , In.. v. - . -
vSaviour is no where encouraged
m tiie Bible, but the explanation
i v iieard wasthat. marriage
- . rity was the ambition
J ;;: ti;os( days, (ien(-e t::0
i' f 41,,, lmvi',,11'
the srovsers ot i. e . 1 u . oiuao
. v . . :.ci"riul ilth chapter : . " ? ...
y. ! '-..., it is shown i -1 1 ''slii
., .-t a :ti.inM and tha i I'oi t v.a
R.ri:if nr Imtler said in
speech at the organization of the
Appalachain Nation;; 1 A o:aa
tion at Ashe v ill e on the ::";-i ir.at
man v visitor
t i -i see them f'iUUa.n; ; e ;
: ii . went up and uow n iu j
p,.; ' side of the-geysers arm i
niountaiiis vuiiiioi iiietiu.j v ...
stone canyon tiiere is htt!
: . -a ill. A hei- virginity. It
- l?y ;ine tlierefore that
e--:".ndeVi from the asso-
- t r, i lie y(.)img and the
courlsiiip and mar
ge which was a rrea; sacri-
" .' I . , - , . . i 1 1 .'1 1 1" 1 i I IV 1 T "1 '1 "
ii (I..-.. Ui .1 l ail. Wlil'JJ. lUl'.i
tract any one and that he hc i navt r
known of any body that visit od it
twice. We take it that U sovm j
tor was frank in this a 'id n. r
is a decided letting down oi a
; ideas of the Yellowstone l' .
The conference iroceeded to
sl th) election of president for 'the
next year. U F Ivennett was
elected on first ballot.
Professor Holt, who takes so
much interest in sabred music,
is well up to the occasion and his
s '-lections ar Composed of the
grand old Methodist hymns. To
night the address of welcome
: v as delivered by Dr. "Whitley,
which was well arranged and de
livered. Rev. Mil away re
sponded in behalf of the confer
ence, after which Dr. Lewis, of
Maryland. Drenched on "Chris
The conference agreed to ad
journ Monday night, to meet the
arrangements of the special
trains provided by the Southern
railroad, which leaves Albemarle
at. 0:15 Tuesday morning.
J. ft. Dunn.
SisJl Ex.unhmii; Witnesses.
By telephone sent us from Sal
isbury at rho ). m. we learn
that .lack Bare loot, one of the
witnesses in the Kerns murder
case, was examined before ad
Umrmroni of the mornhnr sos-
1sion. The case will probably
1 i i e tch the jarv some time to
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Nice Assortment Fancy Table Covers,
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Now the Rev. Ira Hicks ..ho
directs the weather prognostics
about St. Louis, says the sta s are
to fall next Monday night, oa.e
of the astronomers however insist
.;cS)ings ot the ; hence.
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1'ktJ euro f.n earth: drives out Tains
mid Aches. Only 2.jcts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. &'ol at i tVzer's Drng store.
; If a man should wear his- patd-1
aloons so long thai w, tciay, or
he appeared on the street.-, die
J. II. Ltpj'ahd, Pres.
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interest to our readers and to hut
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ronage of the people.
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wouldn't the ladies laugh:
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The Standard. 1
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