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BY JAMES F. COOK.
on ICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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C jCORD, SEP L o), 1895.
REV'. ALDERMAN DEFENDS
faol...- of 2r. Cy. Thompson and the
T sii4'il ' h Utierauct.
'ihs WJb.l of Hit, wetk ccn
i!iini:v quite a vigoru-is defense of
Dr. Or -Thompson's slanderous at-
the Christian church, :
...".'p.tf.u 'io little comment.
la viu leasing the children, Sun
a;i v 'Ui ',asiiig, at the Baptist church,
upon ;.S3ns why they should be
proper'? trained and faithful to the
or.uivh In:-.3much a? they were to be
Adenp- : in hia maacerful way took
oecasiDii to. defend the church
a.iiufit the recent slanderous attacks
of Oy. Tiiomipscn uad others in
words i.i3 follows :
ikf -stead ot excusing and regrett
ing the Lite slander upou the church
:y Cj. Tliompaon, a paper in our
fA):-Vii rnshf. s into the affray and ex
claii; : 4 We believe what Dr. Cyrus
Thonruaoo says and praise him for
Then again it eay3 : The pres
Cit i-h arch is a farce and again:
"The! .n'pi'u and the church press do
not 'rj .vcept or example carry out
the nt'..:nc.. of Chri8uiunity., Is it
Oiiiu rr-tu the preachers of to-day
preach the alavery and only the slav
-jry or the people ? Is it true that
:.Le puipit says no word about a
.orr.!clj,jd Christ and his love to man
rind, no word about faith in him
md ear vice under him, no word
-itout taming from sin and striving
iftcr good ? Do the church-going
neople sustain this slander and tea
"ifj that from preaching Christ and
Hia gieatlaw of love thet"pulpits have
ullcn to preaching the slavery of
a 3D kind ? But how can a paper that
eldcm goes to church know what is
Uv-.ached from the pulpit ? It's idea
ssems to-be that the church of God
and the heralds of hia salvation must
lure their high calling of preaching
?:. vr: ion from sin and service for
Jod f-.-vi fall into the fierce ranks of
:.? C'l iain political prty and shout
tlesre less, tb'an where ohurchefl are
not, A safe stree, a freedom- to go
and do at one's will, a free ballot,
an unintimidated constituency of the
various faiths, both religious and
political, no tear from lawless assas
sins and bold robbery, a clean city
morally, safety and comparative hap:
piness. And is this worse than the
churchless wilds of the vest, where
life is not safe and property is not
sure, and happiness knows no abid
ing home ?
Beware of any would-be leader
that thus either knows not the fact
or deliberately falsifies the facts.
Beware of one that would prostitute
the church of God from emancipat
ing man from the slavery of sin to
the lav and time serving slavery of
heeling a political party. 'I he mis
sion of the church is to carry libe r.y
from sin, and salvation for eternity,
to all classes regardless of their po
litical and temporal clashes and
parties. And it would be a sad day
for humanity that should see the
church of God dethroned from its
j high calling and bound in and by
1 the fetters of ki fierce'pohtical party.
But the Savior hath said that the
gates of hell shall not prevail trains i
- . n"
By the Persistent Use of
- "I was troubled for years with a
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring me that nothing
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak
ing a number of bottles, the sore
The Salisbury Herald rounded up
lis fourth year Saturday evening.
The Herald is a newsy and interest
ing paper. The town has been rea
sonably appreciative and this appre
ciation haR been mirrored in the
Herald's usually bright, face. Con
tinued success to it, my Lord.
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the f-.re was en
tirely healed. Since then, I use
Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasion nlly as
a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in
deed, it seems although I could not
keep house without it." JSIrs. A.
Fields. Bloomlield, la.
Tha Only World's M
Ayer's P'ids Reekie :o the Liver.
Master Joe McCanled?, the 11
year old son of Capt. J U McCanless,
of Dunn's Mountain Mine, Rowan
conuty, while out hunting squirrels
Saturday afternoon, met with a
painful accident. His gun burst,
The law of North Carolina.
See Chapter 11G Sees. 34, 35,
36 and 37 acts of 1S05 requires
every Physician, Dentist,
Lawyer and Hotel or Boarding
house kee?er fonnv ;i lirHnp
shatterinc the thumb oa h.s left ta5: and take 0,u a licenge
hand, necessitating amputation at under a penalty of thirty days
w" jvxiav. jto. iutixcuiio 1 nil uilrtUiimtJIlL Ul illlt) OL 111LV
and Council performed the opera
"lenitives hoarse for the measures
tho.i one political party. If one
rails to lift hia voice a3 a political
heeler then he is a stranger to
;C r.jr;p.:.uly and an enslayer of the
Is thif crue ? Does the church la
bor only for the enslaving of the
people ? Does it do nothing for the
uplifting and emancipation of the
people? Seep to Africa and see.
;Stap t) China and observe.
it not for the living power
uf Christianitj as effected through
and ty ti e church, doubtless the
came paper that has uttered these
false slanders against the church of
rod would be now resting in a dun
epn for daring to use suph liberty
of speech. And yet after the church
iias secured for man such freedom,
ibia paper dares to reproach hu
manity's best friend, and liberator as
&is cruel rnd enslaying master. Cons
trast this city of churches and
church loving people with the wild
For MTer Firty Yenrs .
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;ag Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
guuj3, allays all pain, cures ,vind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
I )rn rrcr of a in origin v-. .-. '- C ti.
iM6fj'ul kLk pii ti ui me
world. Twenty five cents a hoUle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrup' and take no other
dollars, for failure to uy the
license tax. The law further
makes it ray imperative duty
to see that the penalty of fifty
dollars is iuforced. Very few
have complied with the law.
Unless the parties liable to
pay this tax, come forward
promptly I will be compelled
(unwillingly as I am) to see
that the law is inforced.
John A. Sims, Sheriff.
Sept. 2G, 1805, 2vdw
MORRISON 11. CALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, K. C.
Office in Morris building, opposite
vi t?i ;
For men, women or boys at prices rar,frinj?
from 15 to $S0. We ship from f attory j.'
to approval and are the only manufactur
ers selling direct to Consnmcra. Welia v c
no Agentg. We offer greater -alvi& in our
tikford Gladiator wheels at gfiO to than
other manufacturers with prices fromJilOO
to SI 50. Every wheel fally warranted.
Don't pay local dealers a profit of Fifty
percent. Cut this out and writo to-'Jay f QI
our handsome catalogue. Address,
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WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts.
GAL ATI A, ILLS., NOV. 1G, 1333.
Paris Medicine Co., 8t. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We sold last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three gross already this year. In all osr ex
perience 01 14 years, in mo drug Dusiness, have 1
never sold an article that gave such universal satis
abney, Carr & ca
For sale by all druggists.
Dr. Miles' JPVifn Hills are guaraateea to srs
HeaOochelnW minutes. "One cent a dose?