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DEATH OF CAPT. N. L. BEACH.
OLD PEOPLE MADE YOUNG. J. C. Sherman, the veteran editor' of the VermontviJle (Mich.) Echo, has a a discovered the remarkable secret or keeping old people young. For years The Announcement of His Death a Great Shock to the Community A Good Citizen Lost The Funeral. Capt. X. L. Beach, track he has avoided Nervousness, Sleeplei-s- sunervisor of the Southern ness. Indigestion, Heart trouble, Con- Rnilwiv between Silishurv stiPa,ion and Rheumatism, by using Kaila between aiisbur E1 t . Bitt and he writes: It and Biltmore, died at his home can't be praised too highly. It gently in Morg-anton last Fridav, stimulates the kidneys, tones the stom tv. o(uu 10.1 Jii. ach, aids digestion, and gives a splen ucu ytll .i.!., did appetite. It has worked wonders the are of 43 vears. He had 0r mv wife and me. It's a marvellous Clearieff Decks THE REMAINING OF OUR WINTER STOCK MUST BE SOLD. years. been sick for several davs, but remedy for old people's complaint." r STANDTNCt OX FTTiST COST , - Only 50c. at John 'full's dni" store. iU 01AimiRT Ui) J.A.UOX KjJO nis condition was not consid ered serious until within a few hours before he died. In Sale of Town Lot. THE GOODS MUST GO. r a -a .1 1- liv virtue 01 an oruer maue in me iact, it lSSillu L 1 1 d l 11c; auciiucu death. The that Lewis was a irreat to railroad business on davT before he died. Heart trouble is said to have been the cause of his announcement Beach was dead shock to the community and cast a gloom over all. He was a man of robust health, and although he had suffered sev eral slight attacks of heart trouble, his sudden demise was very unexpected. The funeral was held on Sunday at 2 p. m. and was ncrh.ms morelarielv attended 1 tr than anv tuneral here since that of Governor Caldwell. The Masons, the Pythians and tht Odd Fellows attended in -a . 1 i a bodv and escorted the re- mains from the home of de ceased to the Baptist church and from there to their last resting place, in the Morgan- ton cemeterv. The order of Railway Trackmen was also represented, the representa tives marching in the proces sion. Mr. Beach was a valued , r 1 member or the tour orders . rn 1 mentioned above. ne ser vices at the church were con ducted by the pastor, Rev. S. J. Porter, assisted by Revs. R. L. Patton and J. A. Rector, and were beautiful and mi- Dressive. The services were 1 concluded the grave. Capt. Beach had been a con sistent member ol the Baptist church for a number of vears and will be greatlv missed in the Morjranton church, of which he was a ber. He was also at the time of his death a member 01 tne board of alderman of Morgan- ton, which position he had - - - - T J held for several terms. Starting about 30 vears ago as a carrier of water on a rail way section, he was gradually promoted by the company un til he reached the high and responsible position of track supervisor. Deceased leaves a wife and seven children three sons and four daughters three of the latter being married. The family have the sincere sym pathy of all in this their hour of sore bereavement. special proceeding- pending in the Su- the perior Court of Burke County, and en titled Charles D. Walker and others, ex-parte, I will sell at public auction at the Court House door in the town of Morganton, X. C, on Monday, the 5th day of February, A. D., 1900, the fol lowing- described piece or parcel of land, to-wit: Lving- and being- in the town of Morganton, county of Burke ! and State of North Carolina, being- lot No. 1, allotted to the heirs of Julia Walker, other than the children of Mary J. Branch, in the division of land between the heirs of Julia Walker and of Mary J. Branch, in said pro ceeding-, bounded as follows: Begin- ning- on a stone in the Hughes line, a corner of the Burke County Fair As sociation land, and runs South about 78 degrees east 200 feet to a stake; thence westerly and parallel with East Union street 70 feet to a stake; thence north 78 degrees west 200 feet to a stake in East Union street; thence with said street an easterly course 70 feet to the beginning-. Terms of Sale Cash. This the 5th day of January A. D., 1900. L. A. CRAWLEY, Avkky & Ekvix, Commissioner. Attorneys. Reductions that Reallv Mean a Saving of Dollars. Mortgage Sale of Land. virtue of a deed of mortgage ex ecuted to the uudersigned by Al- fonzo Perkins and wife, Lula Perkins, on the loth day oi Jteoruary, lav, in order to secure the payment of the sum of $65 and interest, we will, at the Court House dcor in Morg-anton, on Monday the 5th day of February, 1900, offer for sale at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, that tract of land situated in Burke county and t.i. r t- oounueu as iouows: Jicrmning on a chestnut on the top of the ridge, Susan Michaux's corner, running south 20 degrees east 62 poles to a stake, J. A Perkins' corner; then east 4 degrees west poles to a stake in the Perkins old line; then north 20 degrees east, Perkins line, to a stake on top of the ridge, the old Perkins corner; then south 75 degrees 54 poles to a sour wood; tnen west o uegrees poles to a stake in the field; then south 65 de grees west 4 poles to the beginning, by the Masons at containing 25 acres more or less. Terms of sale cash. This Jan. 5th, 1900. FORNEY & CO., Mortgagees. leauinir mem- TVTY I On With rue ri.i ONE-HALF ORIGINAL PRICE. Forty-eight Suits, men's heavy winter check suits, our original price and real worth $10.00, to close them quick you take your choice now for the astonishingly low price of $6.00. This item represents a loss to us of $2.00 per suit, bu we have decided that they must be sold. The opportunity is yours, the loss is ours. Ten doz. Framed Pictures under glass. To close now you take them at about one-third off. This is less than original first cost. Ma ny subjects to choose from. Twenty doz. Pocket Cutlery. A bargain at 20c. Take your choice. Late Arrivals. One barrel Opaline Glassware. Was-ordered for the holiday trade but came too late. Our price will surely please. Below actual first cost. OFF WITH THE OLD un witn tne oia i lasses ot annoy ance and imperfect vision. On with the new our kind giving ease ami comfort and relief. If vou must de pend on artificial aid to restore failing vision, why not have the best ? The a m nest is none too goou. l nere is no glass that can give you more ease or r a e a. r comiort or satisTaction man ours, no lenses ..ore perfect; no frame more carefully adjusted; no prices lower for services rendered. J. B. SWINDELL, Jeweler. Next door to Claywell Bros. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. ONE CENT. Pound Soda, Laundry Soap, 20 Marbles, 24 sheets good Note Paper. Every day for this month will be Bargain Day with us. Don't miss the opportunity. CASH RACKET.