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iV :iu!"rihiir convt'V Knoclivil;- Aw-r V,
;ii li: (JVi; iit (.'oruers rests upon ; . ...
count v could be soon ; munitv now smh'o the
.Abo-. 7 oo"i' ' ' '-lay
inWiKn the day und nig lit lorof?
vroro "out to cliamr tit th
Ca 11110 r: 'i1 'I-- Hio ? ;-rativ.
, . : ( about tho ofHo (f A -
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.liu;r tltoir way to Nt;v our esteemed instru' .
vl cbui--h in so. 5 township : U. Black, wl;.. t.:-;eried'
rUS5.rv WAS T!tY!N(i. -....;...,, ;;
fJr.fi3s V'--- 'V'len Mo ''A That Ik' .An cxciKOi
varrr.vly Fiui t Suicide. 1 lioi'ustov,
Tlii:rd;;y was a trying day for nax l: llv'"-
Dre ins. Tnore was a great of- ;;tlirU,(1 lIh
t bov ""-o.'.
tsii-.-. i l a I Ui. LJ Lilt
. tli a i ho had confosed that
.i.id soUl the feeTt:ts but it .V!l
Such evidence would not ,,,,1
. i 1 V. I
thW ws the dav for the
,.uaty Sunday School Conven
er, -the day when almost ail ol
Sunday schools of tho coun
ty, regardless of denomination,
send delegates with reports of
their work during the past year.
The interest in the meeting
was as good if not better than
other years but on account of
the rain the attendance on the
part of some who were elected
delegates was lacking.
Hrieliy the president's address
was delivered by Rev. T W
Smith, of Epworth Methodist
church of this place. An address
of welcome was delivered by
Miss Pearl Clino. which was
responded to bv Mr. M K Stick
y. Five townships. Xos. 1, 6.
0 and 10 failed to be repre
sented, though in several of
:hese. townships delegates had
Addresses were delivered by
hyee ministers from this place.
The subject of Rev. B Lacy
tloge's address was "Th Holy
Si.irh In Sundav Schools." Rev.
stand the test of any
, large kot
tv two at v r;
nun iose i snow
W"- (1 yr. r..,val, wis- at to t ;
every hud do :n tlie work as super.
effort for the good ot the school tendon: of the Uatnon mi!
and community. At 3 o'clock their h"vh appreciation, a(!n;r;;-! In the prisoners replies to the o;..,; '' ..
today about one hundred of his Hon an I love for him who .or ten merciless ctforts to liumiliate him ' for SOVi,ra uvrs or . ;o
pupils in a body, together with years h: s been amongst thorn j he told how nearly lie came to ; redliCed uiinost to a io Z
a large crowd of-people of the and -v;' ha comnianded the f committing suicide and turning j .m( othv, s0.on,nrs ;l M1.
St, respecoi every or,..- 01 u.u.n. i n-s wue ne suc. sr.e . tro,uct.a. Tin- irh-ls rr,.i von,--
i'ochrau Pr?ston .dor
audience on the sut'fci
a-goocl Sunda r Sciux 1.
1 Ormy eh! ' for
neighborhood, assembled -&t
-u,-, v, i i After several hundred had con-! pointed out to him his dutv. i rol1-. ot:,. . , ,.4l ' ,
liaiocn s church where appropri-( . ; i. , . x iellows stir soup, witn 1
i it i -r. 'KnuH u xYi.'v. i vv omiut, in . xioi-o, lor uie secoiiu nine, ins i,,,,.,!!,,,! u .
ate services were held by Revs. , . , , . i .liandled aon sp.ocais, kee-.-,ng uj
, words appropriate, presented to emoLons overcame his powers ,n, i , . ,
V T? tiri-lr- iii-i T n Wav7 I 1 a marcn or wabc arorml the
v u buckle ana j c.Lz. Mr D,ayal a hands0!ne silver : and he dropped in his seat and , , . . , "
Six young men, pupils of the sorvice T1;2 service consisted i wept. After court adiourncd ' ' . ' !
;ehnnl notod na llhearors Th a ' . . , -.i. J, . ...... - llAi5 ,UUI'
, t 01 nye piecos togeiner wim a nis launTui wne visuea mm m ;
funeral services were held in . handsome setof silver teaspoons, i his c(dl. where they had a mutual I yLLv J 'tl Af
Qti, prni? Wxo'c fnwu noeity to eaten I'lid .ss ner. c'i
ltrli2ifc ROV' MUit,i'S Wr,ls curing out of their griefs in thoLourse there a,,. n,,,,
HM,aS,3joai,i!nvsonU,Uon wcro Cnlcd all. ; solace of tears. jsldrmishos ami a trrt' doal of
u , , ,lf RHPi-vikl"'il!- yuva!'i 1X' ;,"m : L.'-:o all false witnesses these full hl thp ira:m, WLmi the soni,
At the u, ol . iJlncks lbih , i!U,i;0:...., i Fivu.-h military officers always ,1mi( ;t :'. ...,-n.; :.
,i.,fi, ,tv,,. nri Ktvii.'. . . : .' . .. - . . . is clone u is u-.ttiea ciK ti'!o Diates
",a ",v,l"vl- I listens, for a rci.iv but .1 .-. ti n: : oir stories picked to pieces I .,,,,., r, ; .. ,
notlher. d. Ths-. e:v1re:..:.Oi;. untiei cross examination and as-!
of lovoby Hieir a Hem nance and : sume more of the attitude of de-! to a company of Stonewall
jij-u v nu iuuv.il iiiiA v i i j v it m.l . j .Ax.Aa.x ii Inpl'Qniyc ine"rl WHO v,,.,
were at his bedside. His father
was there several days before
hand but baa returned home.
Prof. AY E Black, a brother of
the deceased, is professor of
mathematics in KeeMar college.
During Mr. Black's illness his
school work has been continued
by Rev. V R Stickley. The
public shool only lacks a few
days of being -nded.
to be deli-
i tie custom owes its on
was spr :
(ioiic to Xorthoru Markets.
Concord sent quite a good
crovv ,i to the northern markets
today Friday) on business trips.
j H ;e go to Baliimore, while oth-h'l-s
prohaVjly will go on to New
I Y'V"1:. The -artv consisted of
ud all :riven a hearty
liel l ) tlit ri!-''1! ves s
:x, P; u'ine Plott.
. dntchen. Annie Burkhead, Car-
n; m c
h.matfey, Mess".-. A E Lentz
i '-oi d V.'ill Stuart, and Mrs. F S
j Sta.rrette. of Mooresville.
! Sr'' ' 7: ken frtni f
he could only briefly thank them
and told them that he would j jns M j off.
talk with tlxnn later. It was a j On Thursday night Eli Gold
surprise to him when the num- ston tinished his beat for the last
bers gathered about there be-1 nicrht aTld laid down the blue un.
fore the presentation.
cruited in that part of t!m State.
j These ex-Confeds keep up their
organization. Th'y have a re
union once a year, at which they
celebrate with a grand "soup."
It is said that a "soum"' prone rJ.v
form and brass buttons in favor
of the next man who will later j gotten up should be ma ie of
be chosen as the wearer. The stolen chickens, bet ihe veterans
Mjss MarvKino- and Parks! woes of a policeman are more, had to give up foraging after the
King went over to Charlotte this than he cares to experience any
morning. Monger, .and hence resigned some j going around in sc.:
Dr. and Mrs. M L Stevens, time ago. -While in service the bing each otlier's n,
of Asheville, will be here next i three months he gave good ser-1 tual understand big.
war and make a coinDrfra' bv
: :o;J r.-b-
Tuesday. vice, and was a polite and
Rev. S D Stollev. ot near ; 1 (JLil om,-ei
Mt. Pleasant, wmit over toOhai
lotto this mornine;.
In parts of f 'ennsv .
have clubs of '!
who meet at some
and cook up chick ee.-.
rtldji!- T;i!co Notice!
Ah inembersof Concord Lodge ! commonly caiie
No. 51 Knights of Pythias are dumplens. ' wb
roqu --ted to meet in Castle Hall j swallop. A con.
r i , Mr i o- ttmei'bt. at 8 o'clock promptly. iib( chicken !':
Mrs. Jno. P Allison Jind .nss t n T t4;o. n n i L
Mariraret Allison returnea iionie;
tl'is morning from Salisbury.
Rev. C BMillerand Mrs. Jas!
P Cook returned home yesterday
evening from Charlotte.
O' e ' t
v " p
i . '.
; (' ) a t e-1 1 ! " - .e f .
.' ' the coming y-i::r from 1
!!!'!'. M'eni townshijis w; i'e e-.-t.
Xo. 1--A N Harris.
Xo. .) McLanghiin.
Xo. (.; A .namih'.va.
Xo. 4-- John Vv i!eeof't .
Xo. E C Suthr-r.
Xo. t- -Air. os lJ-::v..
::o CURE, NO PAY.
i Mice nrv i (tiknii vr H rt n. . : . .,11 .7i.nr.Jcu ,.11
,n the -.alishury Sun we notice turn tonj5h( from Danville, Grove' s Tastele Chill Tot-:, for chills
M;ss Sue tCi(do 1 'T-d Malaria. It is simnly Iron and
) On tv.ir.e oi ?i t.tnteless form. Obildren
Aduits refer it to bitter, nun-
any member cd
many a man and
chooses to Leo
'how attempted to
accosupa nieo ty
Train TO" vvesa
by removing spikes from! ,, :,,:,,.;, r?i,.,. -
j the rails for a-distance of about j Monroe. arriv(l here this morn
! forty feet. . Foiliinately the sec-! ing to visit her brother, Dr. WC
1 1 ion master's wife found it out in ! Houston.
Mr. R M White returned to
Xo. 8 C D Parrhper
Xo. 0 P F Videnin:usr I
Xo. 10 -T.J Shiun:
Xo. li-S M Whhn. 1
Xo. tl -M St :.d:lv.
The officers of the c.ei volition j
for the coming vnr wore o!c d,
j t :un-' 10 mioi'm
I s'eooed a eominir ti'ain before it Charlotte this morninir after
w ' 'vi'-H-ked. TIkj so Ikes were ! spending last nig'nt oere with his
leatina Toiucm Price. HOo.
bl isslul ;fjmor:o;. e o
way. 1 ney m
time of stv ; dim
. : 'Mir"s Vtti.Lfi suaf&.t.tebd wrl ' chicke n S' 1 i i a :
-- - rT,t. n-
: - on a curve.
rug as iOiiOWs.
PresidontRjv. r,' W Smith.
Vic- P?- d-"?eiii. Row J Coc
ran 1 o
Secreta? v M B S: icicle v.
,. t i ii m i
trom trown a 1 nomas,
, hue's j night foi
on West Sever, tli street
Mr. Will While.
Tenn.. went over
of Me alphas,
One STRIKE, Two STRHD:5
And vou liave made a safe hi- an i a.h"in-
straight for the Furniture Hons-
Treasurer -Jp.s. C. Fmk.
Exec u i ve Commit t ee Ja s. B
White. Dr. Will Fiowe, and Uev.
W B Onoy.
It was dicided that the con
vention be held next year at
Centre Grove Lutheran church.
Resolutions of sympathy were
extended by the convention to
its past secretary, Mr. Jno. A
Cline, in his illness, and hopes
for his early recovery were ex
pressed. A resolution of thanks to the
good people of New Gilead
church was expressed for their
labors and hospitalities for this
1 K i .
i- 'inn -t - . i ( ; : ;i : ; 1 ,
a I. Him ' ' -.- .t. w.
out bo:.rdingat Mrs. Goodnight's.
go. to housekeeping in a ;
Not the Four Yoar-Okl fhild. j
The Standard was misinformed '
as to the age of Mr. and Mrs. j
Deberry Loner's child that died
on the 30th, ult. It was the two- j
year-old one, and not the one of j
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Storaftch and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful .
Stornacn ana ljiver liemcay, t,re& u
regular bodily habit that insures perfect
health and great energy. Only 25c. at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
?H i Vi i v
- -I "fl T T T71 1 T r m TTTV ,,,.1 )
-ah ion niv h , v M . r-f y ir-i vi-rf)iMMMM i i; ,i-i.nc-r
1' v j u mm juj-v -- --t - j - v. v. ... . injur-.
me from the CRADLE TO THE G RAVE.
iv t-rowcid to the doors with goods bought h fore i10 advance
I an'.I we. bought them to SELL and we are ong to S E L L them,
ski: . wk ; ox'T. uo you neeu any 01 o'. kin(1 0f frfr y it .you
do give us a call. Don't forget our SXaV l00.cio1- an:l Iron King
Cook Stoves they Bake the Cake. r lir Anti-Rust Tinware
is the talk of the town. Every pier a WAKRANTKD Call and see
us. we will do you good.