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j p:,n Nov. I.",, 1803.
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' '.() p in,
" V.'U p 111,
" : la p m, (freight)
u.s at li 17 a m,
" 10 07 a m,
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"11. lo a m, (freight)
a Miio3 sutn oniv at uuars
: i, S i.isbury, Greensboro
r. rasseiiiiers for local
,,11.0.0 stations will haye to
. , -
T , y r. Pi:atox, local reporter.
ciiv: -iv 50 cents on the S this
feek o: i'w A. B. CORUELL.
q: e b:ile of cotton was sold here
pOAnl'iS WASTED Apply
Mr.-. -h-ie Fink. do
M.;rv bird? were frozen by the
tsirei::t vld last night.
Thf ' :.".v-i men are doing a rush-
Jt,'.vri:y 50 cents on the S this
seek oi iy - A. B. Correll.-
rI ims has an important
i-aic? to tax-pay era in another col-
i::r :e arn eighteen prisoners in
:iit evunty jiil, awaiting the next
,". in my store at -J actual
. -:i : i ii-e remainder of this week.
A. B. Co nil ell.
? ' Kr::nr.iinger,. without the
.'i'J i gun, bpgged 22 rab
; ;.- yt?icrday, in two hours.
If you wish to make a nice pres
et, w j havo a lot of sterling goodfl
A.J. & J. F. Yorke.
y... A N.3vton, of this city, re-
1 ' r ' '- '; ruily to Gastonia this
aiornioi:. They will work in the
i. a !.i)ih.- at that place.
id the time to buy your
....ii .i-iy presents. Fifty engraved
; r Jj and plates for SI 00.
A. J. it J. F. Yorke.
Tj i; ,uid of Aldermen of Salis-1
:;; t ;i tiiting Thursday night,
tii!; r '.e.- looking to the purchase
cl ti v y.y.U-i works for the city.
. i- .V Edwards and MiesMin
rerz? were united in marriage
-Any night at 8 o'clock, at the
V boine at Cannonville, Rev. J
iLv white barber shop will add
v chair acd also one of the
white barbers in the south
- ji i: Ins of Miss Craig Gaddy,
.IXd at Fore3t Hill Wednes
nkht, were shipped to Xor-
'. morning and will be in
Cocord church, in Anson
y. i h corpse was attended
Ir. R L Gaddv. brother of the
T h -now has come
The snow has come,
i I-: long looked for barber chair
' - jiue at the white barber shop.
- let the citizens come and give
- u-.ii. Come one, come all.
inu only inheritance many re
; - riv... their ancestors is impure
5. Fortunately, it is in every-
- to transmit a cleaner heritage
' ! " ir posterity by thesimpl6 use
) -I'd S.ir-aparilJa, the only
i-ruiiner admitted at the Chi
received a copy of Tur-
iir.ianac. Its merits are prob
oj xvhll known to demand
' ie?erved praise at our hands,
hould have a place in every
" old. The cooking receipts,
) huus-.ketp2rs and direc
; in emergencies are meritorious
''ires fappended to all that is
uaay found in an almanac for
- lofuia is one of the most fatal
the ecourges which afflict
ukind. Chronic sores, cancerous
ors, emaciation, and consume
n are the results of scrofula.
j s arsaparilla eradicates this
'on, and restores, to the blood,
eltments of life and health.
1.;;; call?0 -.Uveir
My dnt,e8aa Sherifc of Cabarrus
- - - . i4J lUJfc ,;.1V
f whinh !-., , T
v . , x nave t.u-d fa.ihf ally
1 horUy to perform) U),re rj.
mams nothing elae for ms to .'o
So 'llaDCe f fr
j.ie taxes far 1395 were
probably more nearly all oolectld
,hn Usol- Still, there eiP ma
iUSOlventa than should be hp,,0 i
nronru,, if - i ' 1
lf POSBiole, to reduce the
ll8tfor As I am comDellprf
. - - V .
to work for a support for mv family
and expect to leave Concord the first
of January, 1897. I moat earnestly
request every tax payer to come at
ouce and settle same, otherwise I am
compelled to come or send a deputy
collector, who will most positively
(wherever the law will aUw) at
tach cost to jour .tag, If 0u
can puy your taxes with additional
cost, most assuredly y -u can pay
the tax without the' cost and I cer
tainly prefer your keeping the cost.
I take this method of again giving
you pubii-; notice that the law has
been changed. Your taxes are due
before the close of the year and I
propose, as fast as possible, to ens
force the law. A word to the wise
Yours mo?t respectfully,
John A. Sras,
Dec. 7th. dd7
TO Cl lti: A IX OSK DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
Conii;uy U, Attention !
On account of tlie disagreeable
weather, Companv G will not meet
tonight. By order of
W A Caldwell, dipt.
J W Hamilton, 1st Serg't.
There will be a regular meeting of
Concord Knigiua of Pythias, ilo.
51, tonight at 8 o'clock. Members
especially rt quested to be prompt.
C L. Patteusox, C. C.
M. 15. Hakisell, K. of K. and IS.
A forecast of the President's
message to Congress indicates that
he will favor an ultimatum to Spain,
giving her a fixed time in which to
conquer Cubii if she is aoie to do 0,
other vise interference must and
will be enacted by this povernment.
"New Woman "wiij
be a stronger wo
cian than the old
fresh air and the
riht exercise will
io much for her.
rresh air is a great
a great nerve tonic
if a woman be in
condition to take it,
A healthy woman
can avoid disease.
She can avoid the
ness " of her sex if
she' pursues the
methods. T h
same methods will
not cure her if she
be already sick.
Takes under medical direction, in con
nection with the right medicine, they
will help effect a cure. No women who
Buffers at all from so-calkd " female weak
ness " should attempt athletics of any
sort. She should first put herself into
possession of strong and hearty health by
taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
After fcho 1 thoroughly well, exercise and
diversion will help to keep her well. The
cure should come first. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prcseriutioii is designed and rec
ommended for only the one thing. It
acts directly upon one set of organs. No
matter what is the matter with them, it
vall-cure it. It will not cure anything
else It is a wholesome tonic, an invig
orating nervine, or nerve-food as well as
a heaiW medicine, and thousands of
oerfectlywell women have found that by
taking it regularly during the period of
pregnancy, the danger and pain of par
turition were much lessened, a- ,ri
many cases, almost entirely ouviated.
Tn every American household, there should be
in every. piece'S great work, "Common,
LSs?Vedi?al Adviser." xooS pages, illustrated.
? 1 fnnv fret to any address on receipt of 21 on ,
neC ?2nZ to Day for mailing only. WorJd'l ,
Tlie EIiI and Flow or the iin,,n
r3de t-.TUiriort, ti Seen Ry Onr
Mr. F P Hood, of Knoxville, ?s
at the St. Could.
Mr. D F Cannon is in Charlotte
Mr. V A Smith is on a busi-n-8H
trip to Charlotte.
m R R Herdage, of Atlanta, wag
i i the city this morning.
Mr.JB Bailey, of Richmond,
was among the arrivais this mom
iug. Mr. M L Brown went up to
Salisbury on tne early train this
Misa Annie Burkhsad returned
this morning from a pleasant visit
in and near Salisbury.
Rev. J E L Wiaecoff went
dowu to Sharon this morning,
where he will preach Sunday.
Miss Edna Carroll, who has
been on a visit to her home in Pop
lar Tent, was in the city today, re
turning to Charlotte.
Mr. John Julian, editor of the
Salisbury, World and Mr. Henry
Williams, of Salisbury, were in the
city last night.
J W Petitt, of New York ; E F
Street, of Baltimore, and P H Hame
lin, of Richmond, were among the
traveling men registered at the St.
A foul breath is one of the great
est afflictions that a man or woman
can have. An affliction not only
to themselves, but to those with
whom they come in contact. Afoul
breath is a great discourager of affec
tion. It would probably be more
so n people only realized just what
bad breath means. Bad breath is
one of the symptoms of constipa
tion. Some of the other symptoms
are sour stomach, loss of appetite,
sick and bilious headache, dizziness,
heartburn and distress after eating.
These thing3 mean indigestion.
They lead to dyspepsia and worse
thing3. They all start with consti
pation, aud constipation is inexcus
able because it can be cured cured
easily, quickly and permanently,
by the u-e of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets. They givo to nature just
the iitt! );elp that she needs. Tnere
is no ca&? of biiiousuefp, constipa
tion, indigestion, "heartburn" or
any of the rv', of the night-mare
breeding broxl, that thesj little
"Pellets7' will not cure.
Send 21 cents in one cent stamps
to World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y., and receiye
Dr. Pierce's 1003 pagre Common
Sense Medical Adviser, illustrated.
North CarolitiH oafereac? M. E
church, South, Kinston, N. C., Dec.
Oh, 189G. Ticket on sale Dc. 7,
8 arid 9, limited Dec, 19th, ?9.20
round trip from Concord.
Last jVoticc Tou'ii Taxes.
I must haw your taxes by the 1st
of January. I '"- ill have to settle
with the town on that date, I hope
all persons owing the same will call
and settle at once. I will be com
pel ltd to advertise il not paid by
that time. I hope you will settle
and save costs, J. L. Bogek,
Town Tax Collector.
Oct. 15, tf
GRAND RUG SALE
Just think of it. Rugs
made ont of 00jjIT
$1 to $1.50 per yard
will be sold in rugs 11
yards long fringed for
$1 per rug. Every
body get one. They
are going to move.
THE BARGAIN MERCHANTS.
PKHSONAL POI i'EitS.
s iii Mi
Oi Venn Companv
The famous North
See us on Ladies'
Wool Vests. Can do
Stick a pm right
A NEW LOT OF
just in from New York, The
very latest style. Eyery one
a bargain. Come at once and
We want, particularly to
call your attention to our
Laides and Children.
-S HOE S"
They are known as "Long
Wearers.' ' Every one who
tries tham come back when in
need of another pair. Onr
line of Children Shoes can
not he excelled. Try them
and be conyinced.
A Nice Line or
We are daily adding to our
stocfe in all its line. Will
take great pleasure in! show
ing our goods.
Come to see us I
III & ' MORRISON,
THE CHEAP -STO
Pris! . hum
. Tis bound to come when you see the
crowa moving our way. "Where the
whole public can get all of their wants
suj plied at the ery lowest possible price.
No one doubts that, as it is a conceded
fact that this is the
at once hear the small
dealers cry out
FIRM CHAiNGES, Etc
When they cant ken up witn the pro
cession they h;ive to fall out of line.
We want to say riht lu re thai" we arc
here to stay. These people are entirelv
too good to us for us to think of making
a chancre. Ourjsales this vear will dou-
j ble previous years and it makes the mer
chants look very ugly at us, who havr :
stand around with nothing to do, when
thev seethe multitudes of trading people
flock in and out of our house.
Investigate very closely all prices that
you pay wen you deal with ihcsc fake
sales. We are rolling along huviug
goods at prices that enable us to sell
them at our small profits and it is still
under a great many cot ssde prices.
-HEAVY YATvD WIDE
5 cents per yaid. Heavy Plaids to any
one that wants them cents. Men's
Undershirts 12.J- cents. Zephyrs, Wa-h
Silks, Crochet L ilks, in nice line of col
ors. Keep up with the crowd and you will
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
r.jNTOKI), NT. C, Dec. I, lS-;6.
The So ilheni Express Company will sell, at
public auction, at D- i Dayvrmlt's store, for
charts, ;t!;out tluve hundred freight package .,
bein. on h md six tiionthsaud over, on Saf.nday,
January 9th, 1S97, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m
unVss called for, charges paid or otherwise dis
posed of be.ore day of sale
I). 1'. DA V VAULT, A-ent.
(). -M SAI)I)LI:r, Superintendent. ' jyS
L. T. HARTSELL,
Al'TO UN E Y -AT-L V W,
CONCORD, - - N C.
Prompt attention e;iven to all
bueine-ia. OHice in Morris building
opposite court house.
Tired and broken down women
will find that DH. KIKG'S ROYAL
GEHHETUER is a priceless. boon and
blessing to them. It gives appetite,
brings restful, refreshing sleep, aids
digestion, tones the nerves, builds up
tbs strength and puts disease and
pain to night. For
Including all menstrual and worn1
difficulties, it has no superior used
both locally and internally. .t is
Pleasant to take as lemonade, and
armless at all times. New package,
.arge bottle, 103 Doses, One Dollar.
Sold by druggists. Manufactured
THE ATLANTA CIIEUICAL CO., Atlanta, 6s.
CTXX 70S 13 -I BOOS: TfAn.r.l?
FZ '1 ZLii'alDR VG 81 ORE