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r ... ) iimL, ;uiainuc uuiM i i, in. 4 .INUVfcMbfcK, 2nd., 1894: 1 i- ' ! HO. 13
THE ASSOCTATTOW rT.nR-RT) Unon 'tu: u . x
. - uuciuttnu. 1 mi was Liie inost
Iif THE COMING DAYS.
j Business of Wednesday " and Thurs- touching Part of the proceedings of Thjj old gentleman slowly low
day To Heet at Bethesda next year. the Association, and tributes to ered fjis paper as he became con
The second day of the Mount hese iIIustrious dead, and also to scious that his daughter, pale but
Zion Baptist (Association convened i!lrs- J- W. Watson, was . delivered determined, was standing be6re
iabf weanesaay or last week: at. J nwt" "nuiaiu, u. j.
' Mount Moriah church at 9:30 o'- Lowell, J. C. Hocutt, W C. Tyree
clock, ; Orangey and Durham well and Dr- Hume- During these
represented;! Many visitors from tafks the eves Qf-the majority, of
other places attended the Associa- th.e audince were bathed in tears,
tion. ; I i . , ana especially so when Kev. Tyree
I ever given ra
"I have sent him away forever,''
she said, with an effort to appear
unconcerned, i - '
"Who?" he asked.
"Harold,'' bhe answered. '!
A $120,000:000 Baflwav irorle-affes
this "State was left
Deeds John Laws
last week to be recorded If was
tuc ouuuicrn j railway com-.
panv. of JVew York, for
-r Tl ': ! . -.1.
uuu. 1 iiere are ninety sev6h print
ed pages of itj It willhafe to be1
recorded in ptpru rAimfirli,...-.LiJ
which the lines of tht Southprn i
I j ; j .. ! - - j 1 I " f "-'" -.
spoke ' of Col. Albright. Snecinl Was dPfPIVPH in him rrmccUr Aa.
w V ivy lull L UUOUILOJ, Ull II. ' ' r I . i y. " u t . l , ny M1IC " " I,
.Wednesday was the reports from wai . vcicu in uenair or ceiyea vyny,:Oiir why should so aHway hins !in North
the different churches composing Miss Alberta Newton, who is still fair anjexterior conceal so false a 9 South Carolina, Georda Virginia'
the Association. - Interesting talks .n tne uark Continent, and Rev. nature , 4 Alabama, Mississinbi. Wtmnl
were made during the ddy by the. J; wv Watson, whose young Wife . 'j-Tut! ; tut!" protested the old J and Kentucky.' U il take about
members. !' ' died last Saturday. . gentleman. "It is onlv a Ioversl two week.4 to prnr,
j Two resolutions were offered as quarrel." , j Will be about A R a.
on'ihe Ministerial Relief the last, business of the Association. "Nay; it is more!" she cried :It I In' fehp"r;n lu
for their hospitality. It adjourned
at 4 o'clock and was dismissed by
Dr. Carroll. 7it was a good and
harmonious meeting. :'
shall 6ririg a uest ionie1 to
, ;;Oh, wl, that's n
' "What!" she exclaimed. t ''Dolr wnii.nf ti
you think that t a Democratic go;; '3 h " 1
u ..s., ooat as he. combed his whiskers
Y" :' . ciuJ wlin on thetarlDed wire fence.
In digging the foundation for' a
house near trie church of St. Ste
phen, Jerusalem, lately, a' beanti-
rui; Masonic pavement was discov
ered which measured twenty -one
feet by thirteen and contained ah
Armenian inscription. . Underneath
"But you might pair off," he
'said.'; . Yvil-y'; '. r: :: i ' X '
to do but I told him I could never'
be his," she, returned.
1 meah politically, not matrir
monially," he explained! "Do -as
icpun uii -tne miuibicriaj Keiier , ijfn. uiuici 5ne criea. v"it i jr., -Tias tne recording of th
Fund. The churches had done a ne was for ,the meeting"of:Associ- is a matter' that strikes at the foun-J gage in North -6aroiin4.
WnnH wnrU nlnrior thic Iin hn fhora
ation two ' weeks earlier whfch dation rock nnnri whirh rn
was room ifor improvement and wfs carried, and the other tha.nk- ment rests! ' I. have discovered :that.
: they were especially asked to. look lng tne People.of Mt. Moriah church Harold is; a Republican!' (
off or utf- mk; Jn,:n J for their hosoitalitv. "It nHimirnH (Oh wUn, fVir.f
itno umuti. . iuiiug uic year
a gentleman,! who did not; wish for
his name to be known, had made a
contribution of $$oo for this object,
pn Thursday the last day, the
report on-Sunday SchooIIs' was the
first matter to come before the As
sociation; The report made a good
sliowingand fwas ably discussed by
several present, it was adopted.
Next the reporVon the Thomas
ville Orphanage was read by Mr.
Jilley. The Orphanage estate
Was valued at about $35,000 The
training and care for the children
was; good and the work of the or
phanage the past year was especi-
country myr dear"
cuquircu Mrs. o.
ie 'Goat from
was a tavern in which were found thev do in Con, wh.n n J .ad- sighed Mr.
nothing for him except a part of ;a
tomato can saved over from yes-
terdav. anri a half nf nr .n.
; A Boston young man has gptton
into trouble by advertising to fur
nish a receipt bv which ladies mavi
, . . I , J
a ly commendable; more room was ket p their hat in place without the
use of a hat pin.i mailing the sscret
.. 1... 1. i ' "-j
Duiidings would De added.
. yhen the prphanage report was
through with the Association ad
journed for dinner, it being 12:15
o'clock. I '
'ly after the re-assem-
for 50 cents! His idea was ' simply best of lt
a rubber band 0
under the chin.
string which loops
The Populists can get no one to
accept the positions of candidate for
judge or -solicitor in the fourth dis
trict. Both nominations vverp nf-
bling of-the Association the matter
. j : . . . . ., I iin-i. iuui uuHiiimiions were 01-
of appointing a delegate to the next L 1 x 0 D ,. D . i
c fu d i fercd T. R. Purne , Repub ican. of
Southern Hantist Cnnvpntmn wac l ' ' 1
f t, tu u "v; Raleigh, but he declined.
inyii 1 iiv. vnunuiail, 1VCV. LJI ,
ocrat and a Republican
to be absents If vou
party that is the thing to do. "
Really!" she asked brightening
"Of course. You have -allthe.
or while you lose only al
vote ror trustees tie loses a vote for
the whole ticket." J r
"Just the ;thing!" she cried de
lightedly. ;Send for him, papa;
send for him! I'll make it' all up
with him purely as a party meas
ure;" And Cupid once more rei
gned. Chicago Post.
ly glad to come because aie -needed
a: change of diet."X)etroit ress. J
Charity is warranted lint trt rirt
tear, ravej or run down at -the heel. .
It is much' easier for a rich man
to enter the cjhurctih than it is iorf
him to enter the kingdom of hea-
DO YOU WANT .a; situation?
Prof. Wilbur R.Smitlj
J. L. Carroll, of this place was
elected delegate and Rev. W. C;
Tyree, of Durham, alternate.
The committee on place bf next
An attempt was made to wreck
Cap! Buck Kitchin is reported to
have skid at Monroe that he was in
the Charlotte bound passenger "a T" :'uro" ne was.n
train on th. Air 1 1 inV R J,. L favor0 the Present system of
, - - - i .. iuiiiuuu 1 ci 1 I
week. Seven iron rails were
f - 1 I r
meeting of the Association then on tne track and nailed down fast.
made their report and it was decid
ed that it should be held next year
at Bethesda, six miles east of Dur
ham. ' j ; .'
The report of the; committee on
The. engineer got the train stopped
just as the front wheels struck the
obstruction. The engine, did not
leave the track.;
Prof. Wilbur R. iith,
LEXINGTON ' KV. ' .'
For 18 years Pri
dent of 'rthe re
cl iCoUege of'.
sity, gives special:
attention to ecnr-T -v
ing situations for j v
of Business course
about J.-'mclud- '
iug Tuition and,'
Board in a family.
Prof. Smith has f
kept books several
A man was recently! chosen
obituaries was then j called for and Kentucky to act as judge at a pov
.Rev. G. J.ipowell read the obitua- erty ball aad award the prize tothe
ry of Rev. John C. Wilson and -worst-looking - lady and gentle
Col. W. A. Albright, and Dr. Hume m.n Th, ,uu
. j x. r r.. . V X,':, ".F vvllu
reau uie one ui nev. . lxewion jfe is a WOnder
and incidently touched on the death -ru " ,
fM w . t. . . The average age at
of Mrs. . C. C. Newton, which oc- ; m- ,
curred -shortly before that of her ., .n T
cuuuLjf guvernmeni, mat tne rea
son tib Third party did not fuse '
in Hajrax county was that there
was rot a decent whitp Rpnnhi
: , z ' ' V4ki ivu & a 1
to fui with and that tlpv Hirl nnfJi
care jo be foojing with the negroes,; SffiS SffiJf
and fhat as for the fusion ticket it reliable businessman. v
wpufa be moving in shoe, before he' X&SSt1
ever voted fox Faircloth and Fur1 - officials from this and other states. : sprof. ;
Chei - ; j. &muo, winc?pal of the College re
ferred to. was avrarHeA ihn -kiaaLi
World's Columbian Kxpositiontfor Book-
Abig charge of corruption
Detkershoff. He declares that 1 from -Kentucky University on
thhr have Offered 20,CKX) for IO,-; and write for circulars to Prof w T
. a - 1 o -r . ; - r i
pupuiiL VOlcS. 1 1 ouiiui, ivexington, Ji.y.