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Dining the nvii war, as well
in our late war with Spain, Hnu
rhoea was ou ol the rc &t
troublesome aps the arm
had to contend with." Lu mauy
instances it be air?e chronic unci
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. Davil Tayl.r, of Wind
R'dg1, Greene county, Pa , one
f these. He uts OhMtnher'ain'n
( V.lii Cholera -r-l . Diurrboea
li-nly and says h never found
Mivtbing that oui.i tive him
Mick quick relief It is for sale
by M. L. Mars . .V Co.. Pnmgist
Effective Seni'Miiber 1st, 1899,
nil freight not e-(,jnptly removed
irom the custody of the Railway
Company will i" subject to the
following chai u.-s for storage:
All packag freight not re
moved by own-'i'. from the cus
tody of" the .uailway Company
within forty-ei ;rht hours, not in
cluding Sundays or legal holi
days, computed from 12.00 noon
of the day following the date of
the arrival, sh.iii thereafter be
subject to a charge for storage
each day or fraction of a day
that such consignments may re
main in custody of the Railway
Company as follows:
In less than car load quantities
1 cent per 100 pounds per day,
with minimum eharge of .r cents
lor any one prdcage or lot for
one consignee, but not more
than sl.no per day for any on4
consignment not in excess of a
( lOW AN DrSKNBFKY.
Agel Southern Ry.
. 'X,VX X-t-X iXr- Vx
In a Barber Shop is
necessary and is ex
pected by our class
: : of T I i A I F. : :
AVe satisfy our trade
by giving to them
clean and satis
factory WOliK : : : :
T, J. BROWN,
Winter is Coming.
I ALREADY EiAVK OX
hand tijhf.f: cars of
And have ten more car loads on the way.
ft is time for yon to lay in ii Mipply for
the winter, isn't it? I also have on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackwelder,
West Depot St. nt Store. ErThoneGS.
Repaired Promptly and Satisfac
tion ( In iranteed.
And Vegetables in stock at
E. L. LI PES
IX lUMCC ROW.
I have parch ted of the Con
cord Electric j.i;ht Co. all the
supplies usee; ;n connection
with lirhtnin. All parties
needing Lamps r liepa'rs will
rind them at my shop next to
Corl's livery st.ibk-.
I'll O i; T7 " TTTT
104. Jc. J-TIOIMISM.
-a f t- a r-k
n yr. i r, u q
Y V V 'v- nOPVRIfiUTQ C-
.vn PTiVn- a vkte, r.v ,!nrii,lion may
v, is )r..hritly f.-uontablc. . Ti.'uuiiir.i-
-':ir. lro. 'I'U-st ;u- i i-y f,,r wr-nnntr piUt'ritH.
rl T.-i-!:'- J.irL'ftst r'r-
' Tern;, f :i a
A FKELI3IIXAKY TKIAL.
(Continued from first page.)
Soon he heard one of them say
"let's have a rucus but wo must
kill some time before ive get
there." Also said "we'll have to
raise a rucus to get the bully."
Didn't hear Richardson say one
word. He and Jim Foalks one
Sunday heard the negro, Tom
Carr, while talking about a negro,
Wooten, being arrested for
stealing a watermelon say
"that's all right some day he'll
try to arrest me and I'll either
arrest him or he'll arrest me."
This wTas referring to Mr. Kerns.
Jim Foalks testified .that the
statement made about Mr. Kerns
by this negro, Carr, was true.
From evidence brought out
it was necessary of course to
hold the negroes for two reasons
for their own trial and as wit
nesses in case the third negro is
caugnt. iney were ta Ken iaciv
For Over Flily Years
Mrs. V inaiow's ISoorhirj Syrap kie,
been used for over tify .ars ty
millions of toothers for their child
ren while teeihmsj, with perfect enc
cesa. It soothes tne etnld, ecfteus
the grimg, allays all pain, cure? wicd
cone, and is trie bet ren:tdy for
Diarrhoea, It will rehw tl ?oor
l.'nl Ct . . J . . ... t.. I .1 1
druggiists i- every rmrt of the world,
Ttrpntv-five pen'F a tottle. Be swre
and aak tor 'irri. Wiselowa icoorh-
intc 85 run," and ralce no other K'ind
bodies of seven of
rebels who Lrot killed in tlie
John Brown raid, at the time
when that afterward Yankee
canonized insurgent and law
breaker was done up, were dug
up and re-buried last Wednes
day. They were put away this
time in the same cemetery where j
John Brown's body lies a-mould-
ering in the grave: Bishop Pot-
ier niiuie pious anu patriotic iuss.
resi)ectively. over these outlaws
at the burying. Charlotte Ob
server. HOW'S THIS ?
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any case of catarrh
that can not by cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We the undersigned, have
known F J Cheney for tlie last if
years, and believe him perfectly
reliable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their j
West & Truax,
W aiding, Kinnan it Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acts directly upon the
blood and nucous surface of the
system. Price 75e. per bottle.
Sold by all druggists. Testimo
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, la.,
writing of liis almost miraculous escape
from death, says: "Exposure, after
measles induced serious lung trouble,
which ended in Consumption. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. I
would not he without it even if it cost
c-j-uw u uouif. Jiuimrciis nave used it'Tti,, i .e a. ,
on 1DV recommendation nml it
never fails to cure Throat, Client ami
Lunj? troubles." laular size -,0c and
1 .00 Trial bottles iree at Fetters Drnsr
WANTED 'IV- buy
pmndh of oli1 cfl-irn
'liiij ,e vviii i;a v a lair tthk
bnmt iron v.-mJ.
nlCtf. ;.-7) Fr-rvv v '
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The Jurors for the October Term of
Court Drawn Keports of Koad Super
visors -Extra Cost to the County This
At the meeting of the county
commissioners Monday Messrs.
H W Ludwisr, C M B Goodnight,
C A Sherwood, R A Brown and
J C Furgeson were appointed
commissioners for Buffalo
Coroner Lentz's bill of 30.40
was ordered to be paid. This
was for the inquest held out
near Harrisburg over an un
known negro that was killed
one night by the train.
Five dollars was paid to an
old man named W R Barrett,
who has been staying at the
county home. This 'was to pay
his way to Jackson's springs.
A bill of 20 was presented
against the county for the ser-
vk.os of twenty-six: men as
j guards Sunday night on account
j of the disturbance in our streets,
, , , .... f tS t
caused by the killing ot L ohce-
Tlie following names were
drawn from the jury box to serve;
at the next term of court which
is in October: D S Foil, Raul A
j Hahn, CW Litaker (Xo. 11) J (J
I (Mino tm W T-ivlrv D T T.itlr-
I ' - '
or. Jas. R White. D L Barringer,
Jno. D Barrier, II W ilaclc
weJder. J P .Morrison, L A Tal
bir.1, C L Smith, J M W Alex
ander, A E Furr, .1 I) Green. M
K Teet(,u-. C M Sapi)entield, W A
Castor, Jno. K Patterson, vl L
Kizer, R L Ilartsell, J L Hud-
son. C E Sides, W C Houston, G
A Patterson, W D Foil, C P
Fields, R C Harris, V Y Suther,
I II Beatty, D A Kluttz, Wiley
M Barringer, J G White, H S
Barnhardt and P C Earnhardt.
NO CUKE- N PAT.
and Malaria. It ib simply Iron and
Quinine ju a tasteless form. Children
sove it. Adults refer it to bitter, nau-leatinj-
Tonics Price. 50c.
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT.
Is envied by all poor dyspeptic,
whose Stomach and Liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
regular bodily habit that insures perfect
health and great energy. Only 25c. -at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
liids Keceivahie for Hie Location of North
Tin? committee whose names
are subjoined was appointed by
be Evangelical Lutheran Synod
of North Carolina at its conven
tion held at Salisbury, May 1809.
to receive bids for the future lo
cation of North Carolina College,
and in persuanee of its commis
sion, makes announcement as
Bids for tlie location of North
Carolina College will be received
and in due time, and in good
faith will be referred for final
decision to the Evangelical
Lutheran Synod of Nortl Caro
lina , if tiled with the chairman
of this committee on or before
tlie irth day of November, 189th
The committee hereby reserves
for the said Synod the" right to
reject any and all bids. Said bids
will be considered, however,
carefully and in the light of the
future welfare1 of the college.
This college is under the
special care of the Evangelical
r jij'uurnui OUHHIOi j-N Oil I ! Uill'O-
M in;l v
J com m;
hna iiiK v herevf i- lne:iiul
nid her loyal support, and
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1 1 " vmii i n u ii ; ; secuniilli Ihe-jo-eatM.n
rniiv Vi 'asonal I v pi'(-!in)e
uon llie Synod's hearty eo-noer-
aiujii in 'curii' tin
ui'-iei-y of tlh' tiuition.
i o B'i'. V. 1 .!."(." I.T ,A XI),
V-fn7i.iiitinM.iti;ni)iitiM'ii;;itiiiiii!ii'iwiiiMHiiw"i""-'" fp 1 I r 1 I Hi
j I 5X II"!
hn the S tamachs andBoweh of
i Carbonate Sola
f farm Seed
Cltrifud Saqttr .
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion Snii r stomach. Diarrhoea.
Worms, Convulsions, Feverish-
ness and LOSS OF SIJEER
I&t Sinule gfgfrahjre-of
EXACT COPyOF WEAEPEB.
-f-f MA.M'IMCTlRtllS or 4H
of all kind.
Four-foot Wood always Wanted. Best
Price for same.
We inyite an inspection of all the goods
. . . xrermainifacture . . .
G COf.iP Y
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For Infants and Childrpn
The Kind You Have
TMC CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK ClTV.
outhern j$r ail way
IN EFFECT JUNE THE l.TH, v.:
This condensea schedule is
lished as information, and i
subject to change without notice
to the public :
Trains leave Concord N. C
5.52 A. 31. No S, daily, for I:'-: .
mon.d; connects at Greensboro t :
Raleijrh and Gold sboro: at yoldHv-
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washing' l
and points North, at Salisbury i'-r
Asheville, Ivnoxyille and points West.
7. 10 A. M So. 33, the New York a: .
Florida Express, carries TraUmai try ing
Cars between New York and Aik-.-.i
S. C, New York and Tampa, Fla., :
Norfolk to Charlotte.
8;40 A. M. No. 37, daily, Y .
ington and Southwestern limited
Atlanta,Birmingham, Memphis, 31
gomery. Mobile and New Orleans,
all points South and Souths
Through Pullman sleeTer New Yorl
New Orleans andNewY'ork toMemr -.
Dining car, vestibuled coach, bet'
Washington and Atlanta.
10:00 A. M.-No. 3!5, daily, for V ;
iDgton, Hichmond, Kaleigh ami
points Morih." Carries PnllmsiT! 1 1 : i;
; room buffet sleeper. New Orleai.- t.
cw xuik; juiama, .JacKsonville to - '
York: Pullman tourist cars i'roiu Si:
Francisco via New Orleans and Sont
era Pacific Mondays and Thursdays
11:23 A. M. No. 11, daily for y.W.
and all points SoitL. Solid' trv.m, i:
mond to Atlanta.
7:09 P. M. No. 12, dailv, for i:
mond, Asheville, Chattanooga, lui--'.
Norfolk, and all points North.
8;51 P. M. -No 7, daily, from lb '
Liond, Washington, Goldsboro, Svu.v:.
Kaleigh, Greensboro Knoxvilie 1
Asheville to Charlotte, N. C.
8: 51 P. M.-No 3S, dailv, Washiii-t-i.
and Southwestern limited, for AVa-L
mgion ana an points North. Tiir..a:
Pullman car. Memphis to New V
New Orleans to New York. Also carr'
vestibuled coach and dining car. ( J
connection at Greensboro with .d.'.'" '
9.20 P. M.No. 85. dailv. foi Ativ
an d New Orleans, carries I'ul'''
sleeper New Y'ork to N?w Orlena. -;' '
l'ork to Jacksonville and Charlotte t
Atlanta. Also Pull. nan to irist ::?
V ashintnn f O Son ynnniLvm VI il Vt'V
Orleans Wednesday and aiur.iay.
y.-io M. No. 31, (hiilv, tlK
York and Florida Express, cvr: i- - 1
man Sleeping Cars between Aikc
and New York. Tampa, Fla,
York and Charlotte to liichmoi.d
ries sleepers Cii.irlott- to N "
rr; i.. -
l jjm sections G! rc; :..:::
local freight tr;ii? --,r
only to points where thev sti i
Frank S. Ganno::,
Third Yice-Pres. and Ge'i. "
John M. Cu! TrnT:.-?
W. A. Tnrk, Gci1. Pass. A::
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