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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, August 07, 1895, Image 2

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1118 Daily Standard. "lJ ICvJIUg OVV Ul U VV f - - - heart and mind. B. BY JAMES P. COOK. OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING he Standard is published every iar (Sunday excepted) and delivers e bj carriers- HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION One jjar 84 00 a. o nn sn. raoniiitJ "i'l.-rt'ta months 1 00 One 'iionth 35 .i'-fe copy 05 ADVEH'L I3ING KATES. Te for regular advertisements xn&db Known on application. Addreas all coniuiunicatioRS to THE STANDARD, Concord. N. C. CONCORD, AUGUS V 7, 1805. Messrs. Joe Cannon and Luther Brown, of thia city, and George Wadsworth, of Charlotte, haye re turned from their trip to the moun tains via horse and buggy. They came direct from Blowing Rock. A great time they had, to hear them tell it, without an accident at any time during their travels. Concluded from first page) with force and elsquence for x Christian home in Japan. Ihis, our girls school in the sun rise fcinnlcm of the East, is laboring to Cure for Headache. As a remedy for all forms of Head ache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a perm anent cure and the most dreaded habitul sick headaches yield .to its influence. We ure all who are af liicted to procure a bottle, and give this remed3 a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bit ters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowleg, and few cases long resist the use of thif medicine, Try it once. Large bottlos only Fifty ! cents at Fetzer's Drug Store. Third Annual Meeting JNortn Carolina : Baptist Sunday School Chatauqua, Red Springs, N- C. Tickets on sale August 12, 13 and H to Greensboro and Selma, N. C. Final limit August 20, 1895. Con tinuous passage in each direction. Fare for round trip to Greensboro $3.65 to Selma $7.60. Thefarefrom Greensboro via C. F. & Y. V- R. R, will be $5,65 and 4.15 from Selma, via. A. C. L. R. R. ttwiXUiiplish. . T 1 .-. ,1 il Ot J-irn IS riuueu no en Baby was sick, wo gave her Castc-rla. VJiili'jat 80UIS, by liuddisin, the . Alien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. rinc religion Of that COUntry When she became Miss, she clungto Castoria. thai the doctrine of the trans iujrations of souls is taught and ihat u.e only hope of a woman's sidyation is that in this transmigra she has hope as she may be ?3?i a man He showed the degre daXun of woman under the teach-:.a-i of Budist priests, aud their ob jc-cfc servitude and subjection to the lust- their masters m the name oi rtlig'cn. He contrasted the jiritj and chastity of the teachings the religion of Jesus of Nazareth tfiUi the sensual and degrading and pernicious teaching of the Budist jtfis. Ht argued further that the of the missionary was to coun teract the pernicious teachings and jsci the heathen women in a proper jpeieonal relation to their God. It wns a line discourse and everybody -vm3 much pleased with the force iud eloquence of the argument. Sabbath morning was an ideal one. Before 0 o'clcck the congre llou bean gathering and by 11 oV'-wk several thonsand had gath ered fcf the services of the day. The hrge audience assembled in tno 3e.ify grove where a stand and tem porary seats had been prepared for th ; cv'':!.ion. Here they were enter ttt-. " by ' vry fi.:e i:--ldiess by Dr. Curt on the theme of "Our Fl .u." He took as a baais for hn remarks that passage of scripture i.uiiiid in Deut. 32-7, "Remember 7 V i d.-.ys of old, consider the years oiT zuny generations." We cannot to do justice to this admirable iddrecs. It was one of the finest ve h -ve'ever had the pleasure of lUienmg to and from the Reformed tvidfc of the Reformation was replete ?itii arguments and presented an r.rraj of kfacts that every child of ths Reformed church ought to be proud. We were asked by a mmw V-r o: r er'soLS if the decter could ;: jt le induced to publish it and he ru&y do so. We Till not even at tempt to outline this address less we .si,r its force and beauty. If we 7ss stcure the manuscript we may some one who is willing to pubs slsh it to do so for the benefit of our "I'eft. med element in North Caro " .J. t.i. I uiSo for others. At ii p. m. Rev. Hoy favored us vi h sau address on our evangelistic wcr& in Japan, This like the one Saiuuiay afiernoon was cry edi fying. The immense audience was ex xeuingly orderly and well behaved far which we are very grateful. Tb seemed to come to worship and I ive such good things as the takers were able to give. The centennial was a grand success from li human appearances. The col I Yfceu she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Kullivaii Whs Short In Hi Accounts. Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6. A special to the Constitution from Covington, Ga., says that Postmaster Sulliyan was buried there tosday, Sulliayn committed suicide at Huntersville, N. C, Sunday. His accounts are said to be short 450. THE BEST Family SltoiciNii Bhe Has Ever Known. Words of Praiaa from a New York Lady for AYER'S PILLS " I would like to add my testimony to that of others who have used Ayer's Pills, and to say that I have taken them lor many years, and always derived tint best results from their use. For stom ach and liver troubles, and for the euro of headache caused by these derange ments, Ayer's Pills cannot be equaled. V''','''.',';,''i''!'!i'-'''.''' ''!;' ': J '' Isanti I'oslcil" Xotice. I hereby forbid any parties from trespassing such as hunting:, cut ting timber, walking or driving, removing fruit or anything of any descriptionon my plantation, known as the Daniel Suther lands, in No. 4 township. Anyone violating tfcis notice will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. J no. A Kimmoxs. July 24, 3wks. When my friends ask me what, is the best remedy for disorders of the stom ach, liver, or bowels, my invariable answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken in sea son, they will break up a cold, prevent 3a grippe, check fever, a?id regulate tho digestive organs. They are easy to take, aud are, indeed, the best all-round family medicine I have ( ver known."- Mrs. May Johnson, 308 Rider Avenue, Now York City. aa 1, sti y y jb wst Highest Honors at Worid's Fair. " 1 Ayer's Scrsarilla Cures ail Blcod Disorders mti9 i Hie Different v. 'I am very sorry, Kai l, you don't admire my new frock. Everybody says it is charming." "Ycur friends, my dear, pay you compliments, I pay your bills." Lustige Blatter. COFFINS &C. R9 4 UiickKnVs Arnica Sh1v. The Best JSalve in tie vvorH fc Cuts, Bruises, JSores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever JSores, Tetterd,Uhappt Hands, Chilblains, Corns and ail Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give sufisf action or money refunded. Pries 25 cents per box. For sale at P, B, Fetzer's Drug 8tor Notice oi" IiNIii tion . Notice is hereby given that the firm of Yorko k- Wadsworth, com- posed of N. F. Yorkr, J. C- Wads worth and Cannona & Fetzer as silent partener, was dissolved by mutual concent on the 21th day of May. This the Gth day of August, 1895 N, F. Yobke. . J- C. AVadsworth. Cannons & ITetzeb. We, N- F. Yorke, J. C. Wadsworth and C. J- Hairi?, under style and firm name of Yorke, Wadsworth & Co., will conduct and carry on the former business of Yorko & Wads worth, and we assume all liabilities of Yorke & Wadsworth, and collect all notes, accounts and other in debtedness due iorke Sc Wads worth. We respectfully solicit the pat ronage of the public Yorke, Wadswcrih & Co. Augubt G, 1895. IJOBWJ:-'W.'"I.'l&B Salem FEMALE ACADEMY. I have now in stock at my rooms opposite the court h'usu a splen did line of welNma'.le Furniture such as Bed Steads, Tables, Wash Siol:, Safes, Chairs, &c. I defy competition in regard to quality and price. You will be surprised when you Lear my prices Come and see. If not in stock can supply you in a few days. I have a nice line of COFF!MS at prices that will surprise you. I keep a full 2Hne on hand for ira . mediate supply. Ibuy LUMBEP and run my planing machane, and all) persons who v;ish any thing in jthis line, will do well to call and see me. Very Respectfully, Concord, N. C. July 13, 1895. North ,mm. a AM MT. PLRASANT, N. C, REV. J. D. SHRIEY, D. P., Pres. A DADE MIC, COMMM.KCIAL AXE COLLEGIATE COURSES. The qi th Annual Session begins Scptcmbi. :?95. Register for last year show more than 500 persons under instruttioti durinj; .he year. Spe cial features the development of Health, Char acter and Intellect. Kun .nigs thoroughly remod elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and Post Graduate Departments, besides firs:-clas3 schools in Music, Art, Languages, Commercial and Industrial Studies. J. H. CLEWELL, Rrincipal, Salem, N.C. davr 2W. Total necessary expenses j session of 38 weeks. $85.00 to Sth i cmi r rr Next 3Co3ivui be;.M ls ipt 3.1805. f . special inlo. . : tto Prcoideiic if, , lm. Secretary of Faculty. THE RACKET STC Just Think of It-we You Money on Nes Every Purchase You Make. Musquitonetting 5c yd. White ducking for ladies and children suits at 10c yd. j, White checked nainsook 5 cents up. English long cloth at 15c yd Crinoline iic yd, whalebone dress stays 3c bunch. 15c rubber lined shields 10c, Machine thread 3c. 28 inch colored shirting 4c yard. Special line of ladies black and colored hose at 10c worth 15c. Gents hermsdorf black seam less sox at 12c. Washable Windsor ties 5c Silk " 4 10c New lot of dress trimming laces just in. Aluminum hair pins 10c dc.en. Silver or black belt and skirt pins only 2c Castile soap 2c, batter milk soap 5c. One package of 12 boxes of matches for 10c. hoe blacking lc . New lot of closing fans 5c up including feather fans at 32 and 45c. Job lot of gents and boy s linen collars 5 and 6J cents. THE : RACK D. J.BOSTIAN,PRC .r ""Vtt.

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