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Vol, XIII. No. 17
CON 00 117 , N. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1896.
MAY BE COY
Wimt an Augusta (icuUtman Tiho Pi obaljili ilt s I'oint to iiiiiman an
Yi.sl.f! Our Ilcaufiful J.iti'c City
I -jifnlis of It.
Situated about 215 miles from
Aur vta on the Southern Railroad
in Xo: ! Carolina will be found the
?:;; tly littla city ot Concord.
I i visiting that little city an Au
g;. p:-rsoii is reminded of their
v.rn f city on the banks of the
i.-artiful Savannah. First by the
f::ct that the life of the town is the
co'toi? mills and second by the-hos-
ality of its people. And where
r::T -'on find honest weavers and
spinners you find some of earth's
Jri the beginning I will first state
t f i 'Cuion, location and size of
the to n.
Concord is in a rolling country,
2! above the city of Charlotte.
Tho inhabitants of the town Dum
ber choul 0,000. It has 14 churches
" - '-a rc'pre?enting every denomina
te e;::ept the Catholic. A splen
did school for the white and a large
colored seminary, four large cotton
niill'T, a bleacheiy, two Hour mills,
1 ekotric plant and two police
men. The poucemun we are told
go to bed ai 12:30 every night. The
town hadn't any barrooms and hold
mlice court about once or twice
every three months.
There is no water power there
v.. ml consequently the mills are set
in motion by steam power.
On Sunday I attended Sunday
School down at a chuich near the
Camion mills. It was ia the mill
district, and though a cold disagree
able misty rain was falling there
was a church full pr" ;ent. On the
way to church I wa3 impressed by
the looks of the houses, all neat,
roomy and comfortable. I was told
that they were owned by the oper
atives of the mill, and that there
?c"iv-My ony renting done
This Sunday Sshool nd also the
First Methodist Sunday School ia
under the charge cf the Superinten
dent of Cannon Mills, Mr. L D Du
val, a gentleman well known in
The people of Concord believe in
attending church. Of all the 11
churches, and through the disagree
able rain I noticed throngs gather
ing. It was my pleasure of listening
o a very able sermon at the first
T' il.odiot church, "fiora an old and
long loved pastor of many a North
Tho streets of Concord are not
''cry good, I was told that tho town
"v dci;t some and that they
'' r hi;-y paying that before they
improved their streets. The town
: .:.r wards and 8 members of
'on, ril. They have fitted up a nice
::ic plant and water tower and
r fading several streets.
Tr :re ore no pinej in that coun
ty, but the beautiful ccttonwood,
hickory groves and shade
,ako it rs pretty a town
V"H 03 found anywhere. Main
' c'mestrea rival pace by
.-ide of our vrcrld famous Green
'i'aking all the little North Oro-
i-md heii'ied people, and you
. pleasiD oompaiicon to our
pcoplo here. Of a t:uth, I
' the 'act tuat I was in Concord
1 kit like I v, as mingling
MfuloDant Covernor-WIint a C iicst-
Among the people pcatcd on each
matters of State tfoyeriiuicnt, it in
current now that -Ambrose Hileman ,
the successful candidate to the
House of Rjpre2entaties from this
county, may become Lieutenant
Governor to succeed lieutenant
Governor-elect Keynolda, who will
succeed Ivussell. It will come about
in thia way. Kuseell ia either to be
come a cabinet efficer or a minister
to a foreign Imd. Beyuolds will
take his place at the State's Capitol,
and Hileman being the eeuior mem
her of the Legislature and high in
fusion faith, will be chosen by the
next General Assembly as Lieuten
ant Governor. The above cemes
from one who is supposed to be geed
Jerusalem ! Whut a cheat jut.
31 well Praise is DneTIiem.
The entertainment ar Central
Methodist church Monday night
was not in any way disappointing.
Much praise is due Miss Callaway
and Prof. Keesler, together With
their assistants, Mies Nannie Alex
ander, Mesdames Harris arid Browtr
Lower Stor.e fc'u&aaj.
Kulkison hn3 accepted the call at
Mr. L M Holshouser, of Pock
well, has been spending about every
of.her Saturday night at Mr. Fouzu's.
v o ihiuk he will eoon take her in.
M tears. J II T Fisher, D M Kluttz
and P M McGraw etarted to the
mouutains Monday for a load of ap
ples and cabbage. Wheel.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Cnojoharie, N.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr.
Kirg4s New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
very best results follow its use ;
;iat he would rot be without it, ii
King's New Discovery is undoubt"
edly the best cough remedy ; that
ho has used it in his family for eight
year?, and it h&s never failea to do
all that is clairecl for it. Why not
try a remedy so long tried and
tested. Trial bottles free at Fet
zcr's Drug store Kegulur bize 5Cc.
1 iirniiirolila CX A 1 tt 1 n vi a v Tirn f-
iLftV. A IV Fonlfl for thft f-vp.pl ,of rirtov;n v v r,.o fv.4-
i i a i , , j.., Day a man xjl ,
lent productions. The following
programme waa carried out ;
Flatpw "Overture to Btradelh"
OrganFrof. K L Keesler,
Tennev "Neirer to Thee"
Quartet Misses Callaway and Alex
ander, Messrs. Keesler and Foole.
Weetendorf "Son of My Sour
Solo Miss Callaway.
Mascagani a "Cavalleria Eusti
cana" Oesten b "Gondellied"
Organ Frof. 11 L Keesler.
Kilmer "Jetu3 1 My Cross Have
Taken" Quartet Misses Callaway
and Alexander, Messrs. Keesler and
Howe "In the Groos of Christ
Wo Glory" Duet Miss Callaway
and Mr. Foole.
lljder "The iStorm" Organ
Frof. K L Keesler.
Butterfield "Father, Lead Me by
Thy Hand" Trio Misses Calla
way and Alexander and Mr. Foole.
Adams "The Holy City" Solo
Lorecz "Hymn of Consecration"
Quartet Misses Callaway and
Alexander, Messrs. Poole and Kees
ler. Mesdames Harris and Brower,
The most eiguificeiit part of the
entertainment was the collection,
which amounts to 12.45.
It is needless for us to comment
upon the excellence of the music,
for to say it wa3 good would be ex
pressing it very lightly.
A Distress! us: Accident.
Hickory, Nov. 0. Charles Kowe,
living ner here, suffered the death
of hi3 little 4-year-old daughter,
K 2,1:22,3, on Saturday evening last,
at 5 o'clock, under peculiarly did-
treesing circumstances. A young
man named Yount had exchanged
guns with Mr. Rowe, and4 waa
mounted on hi3 horse in the yard,
haying the loaded shot gun in his
hand. The horse, being somewhat
unruly, he let the gun fall, causing
it to fire, the shot taking effect m
the uroin and side of little K -nsas,
who was playing in the yard and
was running to keep out" of the way
of the prancing norse. She lived
2-1 hours, and her burial took place
ASK the recovered
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:v:r. S 11 Fisher was visiting his
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.Sunday. Mr. Fisher is employed in
the Salisbury cotton mill?,
The singing school closed at Mike's
church laat Saturday night. Trt ...
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day of this month.
The school at the Fisher school
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