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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
ami Children. It contains neither Opium, jSIorphine nor
ether Karcotie substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Vtivcg'jriv., Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
ftiverlsliness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regvk ?s the stomach,
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
'Cntoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly tcld me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
"Ca?toria is the he?t remedy' for children of
which I cm acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers "will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
are destroying their loved cues, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
sending them to premature graves."
DR. J. F. Xl-N'CHELOE,
" Castoria is sov il adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
II. A. Arciier, M. D.,
in So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C Smith, Pres.
The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City.
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THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spriag yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not bes
THE ARM LOCK
is in many . of the best
homes in town and county.
JMr JohnP, Allison and
Dr. L, M. Archey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars call
ou me or address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, JSL C,
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Oflicc.ICoom to Item.
The rooms over A J & J F York
jewerly store are for rent. The
rooms are In splendid, condition and
will be rented at very reasonable
figures, Apply to J F Yorke:
Very Respectfully, .
3il3 1m. W. C. CopkellT
If it's anything nredtd in a seoof
room ti e have it. We are Head
quarters for Blackboards, Desks and
Seats, Crayons and Erasers, Maps
nd Globrs, Inks and Information.
What vje tell you, j ou can depend
tn. Everything toe sell you is
guaranteed. We da business oh
tke "money-back plan, and wt
do more bustness than any other
house in onr line. We want every
hec'y interested in school xvorA to
have our catalogue, so we can do
still. more business. Catalogues free.
65 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK
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All taxes not paid in full by the
first of April will-be advertised for
sale. L. M. Morrison,
tale Wreks offOcrncokc.
Washington, D. C , March 25.
Assistant Inspector Newcomb, of the
life saving service, has made two
reports recently on chargea filed
against keeper Howard, of the
Ocracokp, N. 0., life saving station,
in connection with the wrecks of the
Richard S ISpofford and Hester A
Seward. In the Spofford wreck one
life was los; in the Seward wreck
I investigations resulted in two
letters from Supt. Kimball to
Keeper Howard, the first dated
March 18, citing the report of In
spector Newcomb, commending
Keeper Howard tor his prompt ac
tion in trying to save the lives
of the crew of the schooner
Hester A. Seward, and the
second dated March 19, repri
manding Keeper Howaid for not
trying fo shoot a line to the schooner
Richard il Spofford. Ileeper How
ard said the night was. so dark he
was unable to locate the wreck suffi
ciently to srt the line to it, but the
superintendent thinks he should
have made the effort even if he was
certain of failure.
IIeI at Hie Age of 110.
"Uncta" Jimmy Brown, who was
.vithout doubt the oldest corcd
ninn living in thio section of the
S?ate died at his home near Farm
rigtou last week at the age of 110
years, says the Davie Times, There
i3 no doubt as to "Uncle" Jimmie's
age, as some of the oldest citizens
in Farmington knew him in : their
boyhood days, ari l he yvas an old
man fifty ytars of age then, This
was HQ yctus ago and makes oM
man Brown; at the time of his deafh
exactly 110 years old. Up to a
short whi!e before his death "Uncle
Jimmy s wa3 yery active and could
w;'-Ik several miles without fatigue.
Nokth L'alolina ( rv
Cabarrnft county ( fel;PERI0R CouKT
. Elam Kins administrator .of Ru
ain Stowe, deceased, plaintiff',
vs. TI J Lees Mary JJorton and
hiiFbnnd, D A Dorton; Rosa
Rice and husband, Win Rice;
Joseph Lee. W H Leo, Jane E
Ccrzine, John M Lee, M A
Myers, M C ktough. JMervm
Euryerson, Martha Kelly and
husband. Kelly; Albert,
Frank, Elizabeth. Adam, Sto
phen and Mervin Furgerson,
Mary iVieRcham anel husbnna,
John Meaehniii; Elizabeth Fur
person, Robert McGraw, Emma
Parnell and husband, Ed Par
noli; Isabella Smith and hus
band, Bob Smith; John C Fur
person, Cora Austin and hus
band, W G.Austin; Elizabeth
Sossamon and husband, John D
Soesamon; Harriett Price and
husband, George Price, and
Annie Furgerson, defendants.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court from the return of John
A Sims, Sheriff of Cabarrus County,
N. C.. and from the affidavit of
Elam King filed in the above-enti
tled action, that John M. Lee, xMer
vin Furgeison, Martha Kelly and
husband. Kelly, Albert, Frank.
Elizabeth, Adam, Stephen and an
other Mervin Furgerson are non
residents of this State, and after
due diligence cannot be found
within the State of North Carolina,
and are necessary and proper
parties to the above-entitled special
proceeding, which has been begun
in said Court to subject to
sale the real estate of said Ruann
Stowe described in the complaint of
the plaintifl for the purpose of mak
ing assets to nay the debts and
charges of administration on the es
tate of said Ruann Stowe and
whereas the said defendants John
W Lee, Mervin Furgerson, Martha
Kelly and husband, Kelly, Al
bert, Frank, Elizabeth, Adam,
Stephen and MervinFurgerson have
an interest actual or contingent as
heirs at law cf said Ruann Stowe in
Now. thereforp, the said John M.
Tee, Mervin, Furgereon, Martha
Kelly and husband, Kelly.
Albert, jrank Elizabeth, Adam,
Stephen and Mervin Furgerson are
hereby not fied that unless they be
and appear at he ofhee of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of said county
and State aforesaid on or oefore the
28th day of March, 1S95 and plead,
answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff in said special pros
ceeding, that the plaintiff will ajdy
to the Court for ibe relief demaned
ed in the c mplaint and for costs.
This, 9th day of February, 1895.
AS. O. GIBSON,
Clerk Superior Court.
TO A MAN "
UP A TREE IT LOOKS LIKE WE HAD
A Jl Jl
enough to carpet the town and miles into the ccun.iv,
isten and see if you don't hear something drap -Pi -V
15, 20, 25 and 35 cents per yarl.
m- COM E AND
it we are not entitled to the cake a splendid crop rid
to match. Who in the history of
Poor fVlan or Lovely Worna,-
ever hearei of a Hey wood Carriage for 85.00. We h;i- ;
Yes, and at any price you may want. Come and bee.
Don't mention it; v,-e are out of 'sight. Last inyoice o: t
tnre Moulding just in.
Whosoever will, Come
oils, Eetzer & Be-
THIS IS YOUR
iUlF -YOTJ WANT : A PIANO ,
FOR THE NEXT
sixty days only we will offer
some of cur leading pianos at greatly
reduced prices- 8225 lor a 8250
piano, A S325 Genuine Mathushek
fr only $285, Brand new instru
ments, new etylep, lowest prices
ever known for these instruments.
We have a yery few entirely new
pianos, in latest style cases which
we will sell at the spot cash prices
with one year's time to pay for them.
If you want a piano write to us
quick. This offer will only last a
M, kikn Music Gnus
MAIN HOUSE SAVANNAIIGA.
CHARLOTTE BRANCH, W. M.WHEELER, Manager.
March 9, 1835,
Have you- seen our selection ?
They are exclusive. You don't pee
them anywhere else,
CHALLIES ! - WASH SILK
Silk Striped Challies 12c. Kai
Kai Wash Silks at 33c, and the
two toned effects wool, only 40c
Very Pretty Wool Mixtures, 20c.
per yard. Some very pretty dress
goods to close at 10c per yard.
SEE OUR CHAMOIS FIBRE. ,