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rates of The Carolina
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Y, AUGUST 21, 1890.
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oTStatesville, is down
Dr. A. J-
lio has been visiting miss
' E relumed to her home iu Wiu-
Withcrspoon went to
Offlcct ,1001 went ur to Winstan li
week and brought bat with him JSm
Johnson, who is chafed Rk being i,n.
l'livuictt mi tnojudcl robbery.
Jim elaims thai he W not implicated
more than Graves and PerkfntM
htm $80) thfe however will bo dacidl t
this term of Court.
The Presby terl atts Orphan Home.
CoJ. John h. Brown, of Charlotte wm
hero last week to consult with Rev. Dr.
Komple as to the ndvisibility of recom
mending the Synod of North Carolina to
remove the Orphan 'tt Home of the Pres
byterian church in the State from-Char-lotto,
where it has been decided to place
it, to some other point.
a. Alexander and Minnie
I" . ri' visit inir Mrs.
t iiiii - m
" - 1 1 cAkt WAM III
v n Van wycK "-
.0. - " : . Vfti-
. Kiimes and Master
S : arrived in Salisbury from
Lrf on Tuesday.
famkU visiting ins relati ves i.ay-
L-ited a furlough trom me
Tbeo. F. KlutU and Lee 0. uver-
I' . . 1 -- ua' ilala.
the Slate Democratic Couveu-
e 90th of August is w "j
j hull is the I'laee set ior me uraw
11 1,.. on imnortant meeting of
here " 1 . .
lisbtirv Choral Union to-uigiit
..v t 1 iu. 1 . .11 . . . v , J ...
bursas;"1 " - ,
.Ueudauce is lequesteu.
I. iA...nliM DUUI1U "
L-fcltotoWU last wee uy mr. a.
1. .....c .. i.i.r t'pllou' aiid made
l..nnr. ii - "
Ly a darkey uaniy just v ...
, n Reid Parker, Hon. John 8. Hen-
Lib, Hon. A. Leader, S. 01. nooson,
y k Crump and otners win maae
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Urtssw ai imw
pavie county f nday auu oaiur-
Ir Oriu Davis was called to Hickory
It Mouday, as an expert, to examine
.books.uf the cnuier isaiiK. m wu
which eloped its doors last week.
u feather in Mr. Davis' cap
A Joke. -
Red Thomas, of Thomasville, in a cir
en 1 11- In tli ....l.i:. i
v" lurmjuiKT.s liiinseit as
an Independent, Republican, Alliance
and Industrial Union candidate for Con
- i t. i-
grewt in mis uisinct m opposition to
Hon. John S. Henderson and presses the
claims of Colonel Lovelable Loevly Polk
for the Uuited States Senate to succeed
"OurZeb." Of course it is only intend
ed as a joke as Red is a great joker anTt
he knows that he would stand eveii less
chance of defeating Mr. Henderson than
Col. Polk stands of defeating Vance.
0I1y UiebeSl eAleitn iimv, vu.
rbeilishmy Sunday School Convcn-
L .,1 its iiieelnig last munuuy u.Bui
n D. Davis, I'resident, W.
Take Hold of it, Gentlemen.' '
At the last meeting of the Salisbury
district conference it was decided to
establish a high grade academy for
boys and girls some where in the district
aud a committee was appointed to re
ceive propositions from any place in the
district that would like to have it estab
lished there. Salisbury is the most cen
tral point and has superior advantages
in the wayof rail road facilities and iu
other respects, and it would be well for
some of our enterprising citizens to take
the matter iu baud and see what can be
Everything that can be brought to Sal
isbury will bo a help and this institution
if it can be secured would have a good
moral influence on our community.
JUDOE JOHN GRAY BY N I'M HOLDS SUPE
RIOR COURT THIS WEEK.
Judere John Grnv Bvn'.im f Unrtr.m.
ton, holds his first term of Court in Sal-
sbury this Week. Court began Monday.
The grand jury crnsjsts of the followiu
members? J D Sucffs, foreman. J P Len-
ard, t,. W. Lingle, Karloy Eller, Henry
Horah, Haywood Harper, PAD Peeler,
M L Fcsperwan, Jno K Deaton, F M
Tarfh, J H Micheal, I, M Lippard, J C
Coughcnour, Goo Lycrly, Paul A Eflrd,
D A Wilhclm, O W Overman, John M
His Honor delivered a clear but length v
charge to the grand jury, and the mill oi
the law begun to grind.
The following cases have been dispos
ed of so fan I
State vs Augustus House, retailing,
guilty, judgement suspended on pay
ment of costs.
State vs Frederick Gushing and VV. F.
Owen, affray, guilty, judgement suspen
ded on payment of costs.
State vs Noah Peeler and Amanda
Linebarrier, guilty, judgement suspend
ed on payment of cost,-.
" Staters Thos J Safrit, removing crops,
State vs J B Trcxler, cruelty to ani
mals, guilty, judgement suspended on
payment of costs.
State vs Henry Brooks, larceny, guilty,
six months in jail with leave for the Com
missioners to hire him out.
State vs George Holmes, larceny, guil
ty. . 1
State vs Frank Caublo, a. & b., guilty,
two mouths in jail and eosts.
State vs Wesley TJutler, Mary Butler
and John Long, affray, guilty, judgement
suspended on payment of costs as to
Long, ninety days in jail for Wesley-
Butler and Mary Butler with the priv
ilege of being hired out by the; county
Htate vs Taylor Moore, attempted rape,
15 years iu the penitentiary.
State vs Neil Hairston, a & b, guilty,
stxty days in jail with leave for county
commissioners to hire out.
State vs London Williams, a & b, guil
ty, thirty days in jail With leave for the
Missionary Convention. I from wio heart. It was a talk, that, as
Ladies of the E. L. Synod of North one lady said, "struck everybody."
Carolina in Convention ot Lutheran ue convention adjourned to open
Chapel China Groxc. j public service at 11 a. m. "From Green-
FiRgTDAT. 1 lands ley Mountains" was snug, and
Wednesday, August 13th wasa boauti- jRv. W. A. Luti then introduced Rev.
ful day and au Immense concourse of la- c- Hailhcox, who addressed the con-
lies, delegates from the different congro-1 vention on the subject of 'Foreign Mis
gations iu the synod assembled attho old j the Lutheran Church." The ad
aud commodious Lutheran Chapel to I dress was delivered in Rev. Haithcox's
hold their 5th annual Missionary Con ven -) usual pJcasan t and forcible manner.
Hon. At the close of the hymn, ''The morn-
Promptly at 9:36 o'clock, the societies I ing ''ut hi breaking," the convention
convencil and immediately went into I fg""1 had the pleasure of hearing a talk
business session. Mrs. W. R. y ev. L. K. Propst. A hymn, ' The
. IU . 1 1 .1 1 .
Brown, President of the Convention, on- ""' ay ny uay," was sung,
cned the meeting by tho use of the Man-1 a collection amounting to eight dollars
was taken up and again the coiivcution
I adjourned to tho "'long table iu the
At 1:30 o'clock the convention re-ns-
ual of Service, No. 4.
Then the entire Convention joined in
singing, "In lhy great name, G, liortl,
we come." "Words of Welcome." on the
part of the Chapel Society were read by enbled for the afternoon public service.
. J. A.j Voluntary, "Praise the Lord all ye na-
E. M. ANDREWS,
FURMTDRE, MO & ORGAI
DEALER. . 1
PI A OS. Chickering, Mt httshek
and Sterling Pianos are too weh known
to the people to require anv iutrodtie-
Southern prize farnip,
Epecially good for Winter use, art
greens. fciend 10 cents in silver or
stamps, to tho 44i phajps. and get 1 foil
ounce, or ounces foj 25 cents.
G U A RA NTE EDj G EX I IXE.
Refer to J. S. Myerl 8, B. Alexander.
.nd Mel). Watkinp. 1
REV. E. A. OSBORNF,
Mi pt . Ti.ouijxon Orphanage,
H0i N. Craham St., Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Cora Patterion, to which 51rs
Linn, on the part of the Convention, re-1 tion" was sun8 X the choir.
sponded most beautifully.
tion from me. Every one of them are
guarautfcd; if they do not please you,
you uecu not keep them. There are no
lower prices, nor easier terms oliercd bv
B. Brown conducted Manual Service any ouc than tho ?c offered bv me
Rev. F. J. Murdock, 8. T. D.
Our townsman the Rev. F. J. Murdoch,
has been very highly honored bv havimr
conferred upon him a degree of distinct- cty commissioners to hire out
ion from the university of Suwanee. Sal- State vs J B Lanier and R V Gorman,
isbury is always proud of any honor her affray, Gorman not guilty, Lanier guilty,
worthy sous may receive. The Charlotte judgement suspended on payment of
Chronicle say s: - - J costs
1 he degree recently conferred upon State vs John Mason, assault with in
1 . 1 iir f.i
,K,iMKr,Vke rresmc. .. w. i.
...irv ami treasurer. It
riectded to hold meetings every uiree
Utinstead of once a year.
ebuloa B. Vance, iorvu wuima
uorwl aud pified mnitor pawwu
Ub Salisbury Kumlny evening irom
I Hpi-nigs where hcliad been tospea
, was on his way to the Senate to wipe
tho floor of the Seuate chamber with
AWrich some more. A uumber of
Lbury people chatted with the Sena-
while tho truin was at the station.
'he impression about the court house
las to be that Judge Bynum is a grow-
hscuMeof his constant complaints
Ihreaton'mgs about witnesses who
to answer. If he is a growicr ne is
liatured one, as none of tho witness-
ve yet been fined, notwithstanding
i threats, and it certainly must be
f trying to have to adjourn court for
eral hours sin ply boya.lio witnesses
ev. David G. Phillips D. D. of Louis-
Ie,Gu., is 'visiting his old friends and
isfeople. He is an old resident of this
inty and brother to tho late E. E.
killips, was graduated at Erstive Col-
ke.S.C. in 1810, moved to Jefferson
uuty, Ga., took charge of the Presby
rian church where he has beeu preach-
for 43 years. He is 72 years old aud
pale and hearty, considering his old
He has a great many relations in
lis county, several of whom he had
Wsecn for many vears. He left for his
line Wednesday morning.
Solicitor Long is a strong advocate of a
being passed by the next legislature
King the judges the power to send per-
iis convicted of petit cases direct to
utractors or other persons who have
nvicts under their care, instead of
Miu;: them to iail for thirty, sixty or
inety days. It is an imposition on the
w abiding citizens and tax payers that
iey should be injured by the evil doers
il then be insulted by having to pay
tr4ourdiug them iu jail for several
Mahs. The expense of keeping jail
Irds is no small matter and they should
made to pay their own board by
Rev. b J. Murdoch by the University ot
Suwaaec, Tenn., was ri, 1. T. (Doctor ot
Sacred '1 neology.) It. is a degree that
is comparatively seldom bestowed, and
is regarded as a high distinction. The
University that conferred it this year
thrill III l 1 1 fi 1 1 ii i i li.iil lit.. ifc-liAI.. ..itili
to choose from, and this favorite Salis. tion accounts owing the Watoii.xn and
bury minister is therefore the recipient have had a collector on the streets all
ot no small honor which he will wear this week who has met with all kinds of
worthily. 1 iucir He has found the man that navs
tent to commit rape, not guilty.
We are trying to collect the subscrip
What nre von .minor to
do about that Organ you promwed
your wife und daughter? Huv noth
ing but the celebrated Mason & ilamlin
or Sterling Organ, and you arc not al
ways having them repaired. Sterling
urgan lor only .0.U0, and Mason & Uant-
lurs lor pnly J8.00. Write me for des
criptive price list.
FH R ft I T U R E Never lx
I have lcen iu business was
of Furniture so Jarc and ec
vas my stock
every line a3 it is to-day, ami prices were
never lower. I keen rurht un with tlie
The President's report of the past year I No. 2. The convention sang, "A charge
was then read and referred to its appro-1 lo fcecP 1 have." Rev. Brown, in a very
priate committee. This report was cer-1 beautiful mauner introduced Rev. B. W.
taiaty thoughfully prepared and beaut i-1 Cronk, who addressed the Convention on
fully read. It received the hearty ap-l Htf of "Individual Responsibili
proval and complimeuts of the entire I ty." At tho close of tho address the
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tieicsaiion. ivvu,wwu boiis, .viii i a .soiuier oi me
At this point the business session clos-1 cross?", and and adjourned with Doxol
ed in order to open the public session y d benediction, to open the filial
promptly at 11 a. m. You will notice busiuess session .
throughout, the promptness with which I puper on mite boxes by Miss Mamie
every meet iiiu opened. otanoru was omitted. Owing to its
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The Convention sang, "Come Holy worth and excellence it was referred to styles, and represent every thing just as
Spirit, Heavenly Dove," and then follow- executive committee a,m upon its ap- " " V1' H . .... t
el Scripture. session and Prayer by Rev. J proval, wilt be publishep iujraet form. J ,):,y you,. 1U0liev hack. Who could
L. K. Promt. Uiitinished business then occupied the (lo more? Who could ask more? Writa
Rev. Prof. J. D. Shirey, President ofl attention of the convention, the report of for my prices.
V C, VUMtxn w:is nnxt iiitrndiie t. tliP committee on President's renort after a 1 sell 98-inch leversible frame MO.S
audience. The address which he eave clear discussion, it was decided to make 9UVI ''X N!l1 E!? w!l
was a practical and loeical discourse on I Knoxville, Tenn., tho Home Mission
the subject, "The King's business requires! work of the Woman's Conxention.
basic." He very eloquently pointed to The vote was then taken for the selec-
Christ as the King of the kingdom, high- tionofaplaco for next meeting. The
er than the kings of the eardh. He show- vote stood : St. Peter's, Rowan county,
ed also the duties of the subjects to the seven; St. Mark's, Charlotte, twenty one.
Ruler. Loyalty, Love, Reverence, all Charlotte was declared the place of next
due the King Almighty. As we must meeting. Prayer was offered by Rev.
not be sluggish in the performance ofdu- B- W. Cronk, tho benediction pronounc-
ties to the earthly kings, so also, the bus- ed and The Woman's Home and Foreign
iness of the Heavenly King requires Missionary Convention of the N. C. Syn-
hiiste. The convention sang, "Go labor od adjourned
on, your hands arc weak," and President
at0i SMSIA IvU
fin ij a jHF
h all the fixtures
for hanging for only $.2.00.
E. M. ANDREWS,
Charlotte, N. C.
1G and 18 West Trade St.
Shircy pronounced the benediction.
President Marks and the home society
then invited the convention to surround
a long tabic in the grove and there par-
The name of every man in
Weston. North Carolina - who
has timber land, improved and
unimproved, farm lands, town
lots and properties for sale. We
must have bottom prices, full-
Some Things the Watchman would
like to See.
prompt!; the man that says that the
dates arc wrong; the man who was to
pay it in wood, and who presumably has
Tho Presbyterian Orphanage brought been waiting several years fcr the roads
to Salisbury. - , to get in good condition for hauling; tho
The Chamber of Commorco meetings man who will step up to the oftiee and
better attended. nv it. but never thinks about ft aural n:
I l rf J - - - - o .
Work being vigorously pushed on the the man who only ordered it for three
new bank building, .. . j months but Still aeceptetl it when it
The street lights kept burning until came but will not pay for it; the man
after the arrival of tho midnight trains. who would rather owe it than to beat us
Tho time eome when people won't I out of it; tho man who considers the ac
have to go early to church to get a back I count like water, and thinks if it stands
seat. I loitir enough it will settle itscit and the
More work and less talk about some man the old Niek take him who has
of the new enterprises that are promised tirmlv made up bis mind that he will
for Salisbury. I beat the paper all he can aud never pay
The sixteen year old boy who docs not it
think he knows more than his father and Our list is not different from othci
grandfather. I papers, aud on the whole it is a good one
A market house iu Salisbury that cau I the most of them "the salt of the earth
accomodate all the hucksters that are men who pay promptly iu advance every
found in town on Saturdays selling ani- time and men our merchants are always
The State Fair in 188'J was as good as
anybody could have wished. It had a
crowd of new features, it was conduc-
take of the hospitality of the kind peo- ted with a great deal of system and order;
pie. Please excuse us foi saying that the so much so that there was not a single
table groaned under the weight of the arrest during the whole week, and tioth- clear and correct -descriptions
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tuiugo iiicicuii. no uiu iiv iiaii nig was lust, ui Muii.ii. it was uteaut lO
do any complaining, but think if ever a be a Fair for the people, and the people
table had any reason to complain of iin- recognized it as such, and gave it a very OI" rent properties Will find it to
position on the part of its friends, this liberal patronage. The management their interest to write to or
one should have "gulled out." proposes this year to make it superior in
After partaking of the least, the con- every way, to the last. It is to embrace
new features of special interest to the
firmer, the mechanic and the educator
At t ue same time lue means oi prop r
omoEat MORGAN'S STUDIO
SALISBURY. N. C. .
ARE YOU AN HEIR P
More than half a billion of dollars in
unclaimed estates are awaiting tho
rightful heirs in E.-glniid, Scotland.
Wales and Ireland."1 Most of these heir
are in the I'nited States, and have lcen
advertised for in English papers. Thous
ands of heirs have never seen these ad
vertisements. If your ancestor on your
father's or mother's ride came from any
of the above-named countries do not
fail to write to K. Ross, European Claim
Agency, 227 Grand St., New York, and
ascertain if you arc an Melr. Your de
ceased ancestor's rights are yours by
British law. We have Information of
every estate and deceased person whore
heirs have been advertised for in 1.5
years. Send postal note for 25 cents to
insure information. If you arc an heir
we will recover the estate for you. No
recovery, no fee.
vention re-assembled at 1:30 o'eloek.
The choir rendered voluntarily, "When
the Lord shall build up Zion," and Rev.
McGUBBINS ft REISHRR,
Having qualified as Administrate
upon t he estate of George T. Thomaror..
Notice is hereby given to all persons iu
debt to said estate to make immediate
settlements; and all - persons having
chums against said estate will pffpMU
them for payment on or before the 18th,
day of July lStll, or this notice will bo
plead in har of their recovery.
Julv 18th, IHflO.
JOSEPHINE A. THOMASON,
.EE S. OVERMAN, Atty.
W. Kimball opened the meeting by ti e I amusement will not be neglected. Nc-
use of Manual Service No. 9. The coi.- gotiations have already been completed
tion then sang, "Oh, for a thousand for some of the best and most unique en-
tongues to sing." Rev. Kimball, iu a tertaiumcnts ever offered lo the public,
very happy manner, next introduced Kcv. and the grounds will bo crowded with
L. K. Propst, Secretary of the Board of shows and curiosities, equaling any that
Missions of tho United Synod, South have ever been seen iu the country. The
Rev. Probst addressed the convention on low rate of fare makes it possible for
t he subject of Home Missions. He spoke I everybody to come, and the abundant
of the great work that remained to be J crops which the season now promises,
done. i will make it a matter oi uuly tor our
One statement wo desiro to call atteu-1 people to rtrac together for a weeks'
tion to, and that was that tho General I holiday and happiness.
Synod and the General Council, North,
both had each over one hundred Home I - Obituary.
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mission points. uat u gr-.iuu wui k:i i;orn July Lljili ami tlierl Irom in
Rev. Propst is a very pleasant speaker, j flamatory rheumetism, August 12th 18UO,
and has entered whole settled into this Walter Kosco t anup, son ot namuel ami
work of missions. Any one interested in
its Work, meeting him, can but be en- his. ior me tolive is Christ, todie is gain.
couraired: and anv one not interested can I I desire to depart and be with Christ
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i. . lw. ..l.. f .-.I tl ... t.lw.-. ij ;l I..L- fifl which is lar netter.
ill' l V lil,ei' v v ' v w ' v mw v
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
T .. t 1 11I
TT?AT TA'nT, AftTrMTC i-crsonn wanting 10 uuy uuuuiug ioin
ttAAii A 21 Ala AVJ1N1&, p:ir T.ivlnirstonc Colleire nre reoiifBte.l
SALISBURY, X. C. j to nujuire at
m & QCINN.
mal and other provisions.
A Plea for the Seam 3 n
BY TUB BEV. DR. A. J. WfTO&BSPOOX, OP
NEW (Ut I. KAN'S.
This club expires Sept. 1st, and parties
hshing to join it for am it her year will
llease see Mr.- M. A. Fesnermnn.
Sunday School Convention
A Convention of the Sunday School
rorkti s of the western section of the
fate is called at Asheville, Monday and
rut sdgv. Sent ember loth and Ifith next
he Convention will be attended by Mr
Waotds, the President of the Fifth In-
paationa) Sunday School Convention
"'' lirohilblv hv niw nr mnM -si ii-ei:i 1 i -it
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prtgninimc is being prepared, embrac
K some of the best Suuday School talent
the State. Tho nrovrammo will le
tWislied as soon us comnleted. It is the
5ire and intention of the Execut
l9'U!Uee to make this ouc of the
Wveution'J ever held in the State.
Rev. A. J. Withcrspoon, D. D., Chap
lain of the Seamen's Bethel iu New Or
leans, La., was in the city Sunday aud
preached two sermons, one in the Prcs
byterian church Sunday morning and
another in t lie Methodist church Sunday
night. The Intter was a union service
and was attended by a very large con
gregation composed of all the denomina
tions in town. A number had to stand
up for want of room.
Dr. Withcrspoon gave the history of
the Bethel or Heme for Sailors iu the
.1 M . t III
great soutnern metropolis, mere is a
tmilding with 17 rooms in it, set apart for
chapels, reading rooms, &c. Preaching
for the sailors is had regularly, and Dr.
Withcrspoon related a number of con ver
sions that had taken place under his
The Doctor is very enthusiastic on the
subject of the betterment of sailors, "of
those who go down to the sea in ships
and do business on great waters. He
points with pride to such seamen as
Christopher Columbus and Paul Jones.
He says that there arc 3,000,000 sailors
aud seamen ou the oceans, lakes and
navigable rivers. He loves to dwell on
the characteristics of the seamen among
which are tirmness and bravery. It takes
greater bravery thau even a soldier poss
esses, says the Doctor, to be a sailor and
climb to the top of the mast ou a stormy
night when the ship is careening, and
being tossed to and fro at the mercy of
When a bailor is converted the Doctor
says he sticks. There is no hypooraey
among the sailors. They arc very open
about all things. Dr. Withcrspoon men
tioned that tho conversion of the 3,000,
000 of seamen would solve the problem
of the conversin of the world.
A collection amounting to thirty dol-
takeu up at the night service
eumen : IJutiiei.
y j; lars was I
ft tor thet
pleased to deal with, but of course the.de
delinquents arc a neccessary evil and we
have a general cleaning up time when
ESS out goes their name unless they
Foi the bcnefitof those who are be
hind we give below the United States
Postal Laws relating to newspapers and
1. Subscribers who do not give ex
press notice to the contrary are consid
ered as wishing to coutinuo their subscription.
2. If subscribers order the di. -
continuance of their periodical the pul -
lislier may continue scudiug them until
all arrearages are paid.
ft. If subscribers neglect or refuse to
take their periodicals from the oHicc to
which they are directed they are held
responsible until they have settled their
bill and ordered them discontinued.
.4. If subscribers move to another
place and fail to inform the publisher,
and the papers are sent to the former
direction they arc held responsible.
5. Any person who receives a news
paper and makes use of it, whether he
ordered it or not, is held iu law to be
6. If subscribers pay in advance, they
are "bound to give notice to the publishers
at the end of their time, if they do not
wish to continue taking it; otherwise the
publisher is authorized to send it ou and
the subserilier is responsible until express
notice, with payment of all arrears, is
sent direct to the publisher.
The new postal amendment has made
it a penal offense to refuse to pay for a
newspaper and the subscriber may lie
imprisoned for fraud,
P. S. We neglected to pay our re
spects to the gentleman who gets mad
because his account was presented and
a tys he will make it hot for its to- this
gentleman we would say our latch string
hangs on the outside from seven o'clock
in the morniug until dewey eve and our
fighting editor can ba found at any time
practising on dumb bells, iu the garret
horizontal larsaud sica.
Christian enthusiasm still lurching iu his
or her heart.
At the close of this splendid address,
the entire comrrcaation responded with
their voices, by tho use of that glorious
hymn, "All hail the power of Jesus
name. A collection amounting to eight
dollars, was taken and the benediction
pronounced by Rev. Kimball.
After a short rebess, tho convention
again wcu t into business session, llie
report of the Corresponding Secretary,
Miss E. B. Shirey, was received and rc
fered to its committee.
The report of Treasurer, Mrs. P. N.
Heilig, was a glowing one, and showed
a total contribution of 740.82. The first
year the convention met, it reported on
lv si little over two hundred dollars. In
live years, it has almost quadrupled its
The report of each auxiliary society
was very interesting, and all iu alt very
encouraging. The report of the Litera
ture Committee urged the reading of all
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missionary iiuormaiion, an penouicun,
tracts, &c, by every member of tho mis
Mrs. W. A. Lutz, as delegate to
tee Gth Bi-ennial convention of the Wo
man's II. and F. Missionary Societies of
the General Synod, North, which con
vened in Baltimore, Md.. June 3rd-6th,
1889; in an impromptu speech, reported
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a pleasant reception uy mu nmiwi u nia
ters, and encouragement to the work
The convention then adjourned with
The convention opened by singing
the hymn, "My faith looks up to thee."
There followed a talk on impromptu
prayer, by Mrs. A. C. Reisner of Salis
bury. Mrs. Reisner has been for ten
vears an enthusiastic worker iu the mis-
in I, ! i. f" her noit ieru Home. Mie
ur'ed upon the ladies the necessity ol
in imnrnmntu iirovcr in their
meetings. She stated as tho reason why
s inn; did not do so, that they were afraid
r.r th,.ii- voices. She said Unit the
printed and set prayer. did not always
suit the Occasion and uot always eoit
They that sleep in Jesus, Cod will
bring with him.
Rest ou young Iriend we would not
grieve, though hard to give you up.
Gone with his loving heart,
Gone neat I) the eold, damp soil,
Gone! but his spirits How above
To the great white throne of God.
We give him back to God.
With sad and aching heart
But not forever, we'll meet him there
Where death no more can part.
A. J. W.
Cotton and Grain Market
Reported by BOYDKX & QUIXX.
Strict good middling, 11 J
Good middling, 11
Tinges, ' ." MH
AT OUR STORE AND EXAMINE THIS NEW GIN'. GIN CONDENSER
FEEDER AND THE ROLLINS CLl'TCH PULLEY, EVERY
ATTAC HMENT NECESSARY TO A
FIRST CLASS GIN.
Country Produce Market
Reportc.1 by I. R. JULIA'S 4 CO.
Flour enty 2.00(,2. :0
bacon hums . I - A
" ' sides .i
" shoulders .8
Potatoes irsh 00 fix .7."'
" " sweet ;r m:
Chickens 121 .2.
Molasses country .U0
Mrs. W. H. Con
Will re-open her School, corner Bai.k
und Fulton streets, Septemlier 1st.
Will re-open Monti
J. M. H II,
A-X O U i 1 k in E . T .
By the solicitation of my frieml.--,
herehy announec niy.velf as an inil j u1
o.nt candidate for li e oflicc ol Cotton
Weigher of" Rowan county.
41::im. A. L. KETCHEY.
McCORMK K Mow ER.
; HAY RAKE.
DUTTON KNIFE GRINDER
WE II IVE A LOT OF MCKKOUD ANI) HUFFMAN OKAtN AND FBKTIL1ZEK
DKII.LS. THE IIEST KVEU OFFEBE.) ON THIS MARKET.
( .TLTIVATORS AND PLOWS. WE HAVE A FULL LINE
OP FARM AND ROAD WAGONS, PHAETONS
we ii vve er r prices on all the goods aho e named,
AND Nov is THE TIM E TO GET RAUGAINS. S E
vv i M : F. WIH 1 1 ES A 1 . E AND II
AND FERTILIZE I
WILL NT liE I'NDEItOLD,
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. .UCYERS OF GI:A.N, Ol 'U N
hvirn.!.:, B0YD?N ft QUJHJ
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