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The lio:ird or-lVacona of tbe First
Presbyterian church of Coi.eord, N.
O , in paying a mat tribute to the
memory of the late J W Bur&head,
wish to bear testimony to bis Chris
tian character, abiding piety, and
usefulness in church and com
His c'aracter, as seen by us among
whom he spent the whole of his life,
solid principles of truth, justice vAid
His piety, while not conspieiuone,
was all pervading, directing and con
trolling even the smallest affairs oi j
his everyday life.
H ? ws a useful man leaving his
impress upon the community in
which he lived, for the bettor, r.;:d
contnbuting in ro email dtgrte to
the progress and upsbuiluio:; of bis
town and county. He was a man
upon whom can be passed tin.? high
encominum the world is better for
his haying live;.
Afl an officer ot this church hid
discharge of the duties encumbered
uuiiy determined to call its -, upon nim was marked by the same
convention for June. I z al find sagr.city that cLaracierized
Thf-re --annot. however, be much 1 him m tnc administration ot his
c.nipai-TQ ( citement until both of own interests.
iliP:nnr nolitical armifs take the Although in the der.th of Mr
s?rTiTs.,i a its gTzrsasa j when she got a couple of mad crabs
A. SIKJMIKIAjL.. j . j - , ;,1(Ytrj it WOUUi
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JO.NCORD, OCT. 29, 1895.
A SHOUT OA3IPA1UX.
j bL , jn:ent in favor of a ihort
t';e:; oti A campaign next year is
uv .very s.lioue.
-:h:i:, noever, received no en
tii: iroiii the Republican
i committee which is S3id to
ficicl. It is therefore in the poer
of t '.v Dem-Ciacy to postpone the
ilii'ii; hu influences of the next
)'-. OLrd contest whatever the Re
):.: btic m r,' do.
A h uubt-r cf members of the
Dcrnci.irio narioual committee have
r,rr 4v ("j. ;oIurt d in favor of a late
ion. Muuy leading Demo
newspapers have expressed
tp7 nn i he same line and we
mocratic National con
vex; lion i . r next year than any
that ba3 been held since the war.
3t ib prafw well settled at any
rate ih.it (" . Republicans wiT hold
tlir'r cr : v ion first, and how much
jter ihe Democratic convention will
be h vtit to be determined. The
Pui'ndelphia Time3 says :
uO' r pi esi'Icnti-dl campaigns haye
tceciiK jrreat disturbances to our in
dustrifii, commercial and trade en
terprises, and there is no reason
whatever why they should be made
to. The more the people pursue
their legitimate vocations during the
j rfiid-r. iui no-rtsr, the more likely
the - ill b: to consider and decide
whnt judgment should b rendered,
rrhilp a wh.iwind of political ex
citei v -it not only diverts all classes
;ol; Aitic legitimate pursuit, but
.i.tl .-oi. I'd itujon in the determina
tion of national issues. Every con
tide . tioi; of national tranquility and
honost judgment in deciding the
policy of the next administration
calls for the late presidential nomi
rntions huu a shore national contest."
nn : u .. n
lucre i . uou aense in me view
nuvvi ecaU-d the whitewash off every
ceiling in Poland.
hen a woman csn yell so that it
curdled all the milk in the neighbor
hood, you can rest assured that, as
the saving is, there is something in
the air. She continued to shriek
until she exhausted all the atmos
phere there was in the house, by
vhn-h rime the crabs cot frightened
picuous for its upnghtne gQ Qf heir own accord
rrity, being built upon the
An Arrest for Arson lfiiruam.
lvALEiGH, Oct. 28 A A Latta,
employed at T II Martin's tobacco
prize house at Durham, is under ars
rest th'-re, charged with setting, fire
to th-it building and also the dwell
ing: of Mose Iryin, who testified that
there was a conspiracy to burn, and
that Latta lold him he was offered
$250 by the owner to bum the prize
house. The arrest 'creates mi.ch ex
citement. Arson is a capital crime
in North Carolina.
jwrnmrrr'i ivt-T nra.ijin inT- " ::.acexa!wm
NOT A SICK DAY
For Over Thirty Years!
eestjlt or usraa
"Aycr's Cathartic Tills for over thirty
j-ears liave kept me in good health,
Sever having had a sick day in ail that
tinit Before I was twenty I suffered
almost continually as a result of co!i
stipation frcm dyspepsia, heaciaehes,
neuralgia, ov hoil.s and other eruptive
diseases. 'Len I became convinced
T1 Tf T?
Large profits no longer come from lneif l.o t:
50 to 100 per cent, on a credit of from nno v... Sc'H
only four out of every hundred credit merchant: - "
ceed. We preter per cent, casii to a s;rrno -
chances against us.
r, f .
Last Saturday we placed a lot of ghilinms
at 50 cents per dozen that sell regularly at P
nam v;)U i,.,, t
Burkhead the church has lost an
exemplary member and a npeful and
deyoted officer, we can but eay in
humble submissioj: It is the Lord:
let him do what seemeth him good.
We extend to hk- '--reaved family
ourtenderest sympathy, commending
them to the loving care of the God
he loved and served.
D. G. Caldwell,
W. L. Bell, v Com,
B. E. Harris,
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally needed, when the languid
exhausted foeling prevails, when the
K?er is torpid and sluggish and the
ieds of a tonic and alterative is
felt. A rrompt use of this medi
cine ha- often averted long and
perhaps fatal bilious fevers. Ho
medieino will act more surely in
..counteracting and freeing the syst
ism from thu malarial poisoc. Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness yit.d to Electric Bitters.
0c pnd $1.00 per bottle at Fetzers
From a letter written by lltv.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, -i
wo are permitted to make this ex,
tract: 'I have tio hesitation in rec-'
OLdUinding Dr, 'King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife
VvTiile I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Hives June! ion i-i was
brought down with Pneumonia suc
ceeding La Grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A. friend recomm ended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quick
in its work and highly satisfactory
in results." Trial bottles free at
Fetzer's drug store, Regular size
50c rnd 61.00,
Governor Atkinson ILccoinnicnds
Pay iner Damages for lynching.
Atlanta, Ga,Oct. 8. Gov. At
kinson sent hie annual message to
the Legislature today. He recom
mends that the General Assembly
pass a law giving the family of a
person taken Jfrom officers and
lynched the right to sue the county
for the full value of his life. It also
asks that the Goyernor be authorised
to remove from office the man from
whose custody he was taken.
f .... - -j
tV.at nine-teiitlis cf niy trouhlcs yeo
caused by constipation, I hean the use
of Ayer's Pills, with the most satisfac
tory results, never having a single
attack that did not readily yield to this
remedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid for years, also began to use
Ayer's Pills, and l-r health was quickly
restored. "With my -liildren I had no
ticed that nearly all their ailnn-nts were
preceded by constipation, anil I soon
had the pleasure of knowing that with
children as with parents, Ayer's Pills,
if taken in season, avert all danger of
sickness." II. Wettstkin, Byron, 111.
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Highest Honors at World's Fair,
tr's Sa?sapari!!a Strengthens the System.
xRiuiiations ana Consultations
"Fourteen years experience in the
treatment of Cancers, Piles and
Chronic Sores. Any case taken. A
tvij ctfafHiiteoa or no pay. Offioe
at Morris House; office hours from
8 tu m. to 10 p. m.
Old Db, O cm.
A Mean Man's Device.
A crats pincers operate ordinarily
wben touched by any foreign sub
stances, and they are tight t;queez3rs.
One night recently the meanest mn
in the world procured some crabs
and tied them up in a paper. He
reached home at midnight, and in
the quite of the parlor undid the
packagp, and then emptied the crea
tures into his trousers pockets.
Soon all was quiet in the bed
room, and be successfully counter
feited his accustomed snore. Then
the partner of his bosom quietly
arose and proceeded to do some bank
ing business with bis trousers, which
bung on their usual peg.
It is said that "Freedom shrieked
when Kosciusko fell." Well, if she
ever ehriked as did the female
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ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts.
Gal ati A, Ills., Not. 16, 1833.
Paris Medicine Co., St. 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 our ex
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal satis
taction as your Tonic. Y ours truly,
ABiiEY, CAES & CO.
For sale.by all druggists.
rua: Red them 5 cent each. The gin
- tin v
rinwrri n n r t ho t c wr ( I c l UM r.T'P. .- f ciqu;
VJllU L(UOU Y Will iiJ.V7 1J.iw jr 1U1COICU III LLiHsfi 'O
cent, prolit ready to invest again Monday.
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nnvp.lfi nt 1fi r.pnk! Til ft JA f ft of Jftfrftrnn I -
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: . n r..iK it;. i ' , " . UiJ' Our
Ureaseys b Uteen ijatues on wnicli the Civilization oft
World Scanns. 'L'ais is one of the richest storh -s of bi
to be found, our price 15 cents. A lev of E P Roes noveb
05 cents, Washington Jrvmg'e vrorks30 vols for s2 45.
The following two vols sets at OH cents per set:
Fresco Its Conquest of Mexico, Presscotts Coaijuest
Pern, complete works of Chorles Lamb, The Count of Mon
Gristo, by Dumas, The Mysteries of Paris, by Eu';n3 'l
The Wondering Jew, by Eugene Sue,
Teachers Oxford Bible,"., $1 75; Teachers Oxford Bibles
tiriflt iui fan fn, ! iiirlav QO C( T.nrrrck f o m i 1 t TiK1, 1 i. t
family Iible, old and new translations in parallel column
for f2 08.
.juacf jul oiitrii ujn'i ai uncutui jciil pei aueei, oaiCuIUS
in tablets and students note books, mucilage at 3 cents per
bottle, ink the same, envelopes from 2 cents to 10 inch ones
at 5 cents, two good rubber tipped leod pencils for 1 cent,
slate pencils at 10 cents per pound, steel pens, including
Eastbrooks, at 4 cents per dczeU.
AT FOUR CENTS PER BOX,
Assorted carpet tacks at five cents per pound The regu
lar price is five cents for two dozen.
FIVE GENT ARTICLES:
Three tin cups; One coffee pot; One covered bucket; One
half gallon cups,
TEN TO TWENTY CENTS.
Sponges 3 cents; Remnants of Calico at 20 cents a lb. All wool fiance!
15 cents per yard. Canton flannel at 7 cents per jard.
AT SEVENTY-FOUR CENTS PER YARD.
One-half ninfc boffin nf "Unm fnr in nfu RanrAina in under3birt-
all wool at 37 cents. Ladies vest 5 cents up.
R A OK B I
D. J. Bostian, proprietor.