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There rt alkliif a baby in the house is the link that binds
hirsbanl :o i v. fe t'nythrr. N? hi'v: is s.kUer th:.n fruitless wedlock.
The rViit!: ? J? d cooing ' t tie little ones otTsot a thousand times the
occasional -.v-ri.es and trifl; of life. Wlien a wife is barren, there is a
derar.g:Yierf s.; nowhere in the .'nital organs, caused by one or more of
those coirruvi orders kn mn as " female troubles". Wine of Cardui
is the rem v. It puts th? organs of generation in a strong and healthy
condition, titt:n ; the vife4: r the sacred duty of reproducing her Idnd.
During ihe pvn.d of geNtticn the entire system of the expectant mother
is built up ti witb.staud the ordeal of labor, and when the little one
it it k. hitfv nnd
Strong, v!l-fTted to prow Jto mi-
turtty in perect health. Ihe
mother, too, 1 passes" through .the
trial with Ktrk" pain and m-dread.
Wine cf Cardui is truly a-wmder-fui
mtdicine Scr women.
Lrge Bottle for
jar, icsi m
Repaired Promptly and Sattsfac
And Vegetables in stock .at 8
E. L. LI PES
IN BRICK ROW.
1 AM PREPARED TO DO ANY
Electric Wiring:, I
I HAVE SOME NICE
Anyone sentllog- & sketch and description may
mlckly m certain -our opinion tre mbeiher ma
biTention is pro&4blf patentable. Cemsinnlea
tronx itrictlycn04antLaL Handbook e&fateotfl
ent free. Oldest aseacy for secnrlnrAatentA.
iPalecu tafcen - tixeugh Munn A Oj.jTecerr
facial notice vtthtiBX charge, in the
. A,huiaflomely illuBtrarted weekly.- Lrs -lr-caiatlon
of any fdentifle Journal. Term, t3 &
rear : four montbB, tL Sold by all newsdealer.
imUNN & Co.36iEs!"''. New York
Branch OBoa. 25 F F'. witf-trxv D. :
I if 17 I v F 1
jACKfow, 'Tr, , Nov. 23.
5 was r ubjoct to mist-ai ria;rt :' or t hrce years,
wd u Ifeted constantly with b.u. ka'-he. I wrote
ro yo 1 for at'vic-e, and at'trr ushur thrc i bottle
of '7V, 1 f C'irdui. accord into y 'Kir directions,
1 s:n strouij and well, and the mother of a fio
Mrs. K. N. JUW'EHS.
. A.r 1 iul . t"l if. 4 J.J V
5 iabies ADVISSRl" DEPAS7MEHT. I
For ailvico tn caste rrquirlnc (r7eclal
StrfCtu:s, adtlresB, jriviny pvmi'toms.
ldle' AdUory ;-p't. The rilATTAKOUUA
HKUICINK cu...c tiatUnoo(ra, Tonn
SI.00 at Druists.
Regulates the Boweis,
Makes Teething Easy.
TEETHINA Relieves fl
Bowel Troubles of
Children of u
We oiler odo linndred dollars
reward for any caee of catarrh
that can not by cured by 1J nil's
Catarrh 'On re.
. ff. Cheney k Co., Props.,
Wo the undersigned, have
"knowm F J'Cneney for the last 15
years, 4ind believe him perfectly
reliable in all business transac
tion andrfinancially able to carry
out aaay obligations made by their
f: Toledo, O.
Waldsa, KifiriAn & Mar?ki ,
Wholesale 1 Drrigi8t8,
Kuh Toledo, O,
HairfiOatarrh Cure is taken in-
TArnfl.llvr txnta .fcirftntlv nnn fVi
blood and imicons surface' c( the
liystesa. Price ' 76c. per bottle.
Sold by all dmggiats. Teeiimo
n A TTl Art!
ifipsy and PJeasant .to
im. Contains no in
Siriaoua Drug.- Is quick
ly rbsorvcd. Gives ro
ii at. once. , It 4pens
ndcAeans the Kasal
namatioti. ' ,
H!s and protects ihe .embEane, restores the
soe of taste and metl. jLarg-e sipe soc Drviir-;
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Watren Street. New Vprk
Winter is Coming:
I ALREADY HAVE .ON
HARD THREE CAORS tOP
And have ten more car lolfi.onrtbei7ay.
Tt is time for you to lay in a mippl ;f or
tke winter, isn't it? I leo ihaye on
ikand the beet of antracite eoal.
J. A. C Blackwelder,
West Depot St .at Store. I'PiiQue..
In a Barber Shop is
necessary and is ex
pected by our class
; : of TRADE : :
We satisfy our trade
by giving to them
clean and satis
factory WORK : : : :
1, J. 13KOW1N,
a r SAB IIS ;fiM
A I ft ml
. . i
,.M.ro Ah- lii-own eamti mU'
possession of the horso honestly,
and lie will resist the plaintiffs
e.'aiin for it. The ease will be
heard by 'Squire Deaton."
This seems to be a ease in
which adage "Right is right and
wrongs no man" does not apply.
Each doubtless has a just claim
to defense from loss.
A Probable Compromise.
A compromise has practically
been arranged between the gov
ernment official's and Key & Co..,
of Statesville, proprietors of tb e
big rectifying establisment whic :h
was seized a few days ago Toe
cause of alleged irregularitias.
The company yesterday offered,
through Pritchard, its legal rep
resentative, to give $2,400 to
make things square with the
government. It is said ttat a
proposition to give $2,000 I'j'or a
settlement was declined. "Even
in x News.
Dining the ciyil war, aa well as
in our late war with SpaiTj, diar
rhoea was one of the most
troublesome diseases the army
had to contend with. In many
instances it became chj onic and
the old soldiers still t .ufler from
it. Mr. Dayid Tayloi v of Wind
Ridge, Greene county. Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, - Gholera and - Diarrhoea
Kemedy and sayB he :never found
anything that would give 'him
such quick relic y. .It is for sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggist
Ex-Senator Butler, of South
Carolina, ha.? written an open
letter advocating, .the coloniza
tion of the rjegrov.v He says that
the two rac os cannot live in. the
same comnjunnity. Our Churqh
'Jo aw.q la mod ate those who are
pai XivX 10 i the ute" of atomizers in
appljint? liquids into ' the napal
tiae if:H fer catarrhal ? trou bl eaf the
prop riot caje prhpHre Gream Balm in
liquid icrtn. which be known
as Ei f& bqvid'Ofeati. Balm. Price
inclu fiojr tb $praVing tube ift 75
cfuu. DrttKRitteorkry mail. ; The
kliquid 'p arm lembodi fche medicinal
rproper v(6S otf the bom prftparation.
r Cream Balm is quietly absorbed by
the roei tttDrane and oes not dry up
tiie eecr tttiiOQP, but (banged them to
& natur il nd heathy character
56 Wareu 8t N. Y.
SfemehoTv the mai who is al
ways insisting thatthe fates are
keepKiig Mm againit- the grind
stone never gets siarpened up
lV J 1 A 1
sumcwntiy to De put to any
A liTFE AJXD DEA?H PIGHT.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Btanchester. la
wraing of iiis almost mi-aculous escan
from death, says: "Ixnnrmr
uv.iv... pcnuus 111 Ii f trnn h n I
".T11. uetforriiwre8 and COUfflied
night .and day. All znvlontnrB r
f 1 T J. U!UM
mncf ennr, q,"., fill T i A
J to use
x. scover lopuonsumiv
tion. whicii completely cured me. I
would not bo without it tveu if it Cnt
S5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on mv recommendafi riM in1 11 -.
never fails to euro Throit Chtxrt i
wns traded several l!ine-, u.u
linally Mr. J O Uroun, of Shiloli
towuisiiip, traded lor it. Gray
Sealed thii horse in tho i)OSses
sion of Mr. 1-Jrown, and took out
a writ of -!iv'nii :m delivery from
the court of .1 Peaton, Es(j.,
of (lianilMM-sl)!!- township for
tlu; )o.rse. Tuesday Deputy
SiioritT i) II Howard served the
writ on Mr. Brown and took
poss.ssion of the 'horse. Of
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Sul)stt:te are
porimonts that triile with and endangi r he th ,(
Infants and Children Experience aah-st Exp,vriM, !!t
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, rar m-:e, Kr ..,
and Soothing-Syrups. It is Harmless aiul ..Mewai.-t. p
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor v-V vy Nar( wtir
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It des roys Wor?.
and allays jFeverislmess. It cures Diarrh'. i aud Whu)
Colic. It relieves Teothing Troubles, cures Constiratinu
and Flatulency. It assimUates the Foud, j emulates tiic
Stomach and Bowels, givingr healthy and natural sk, i,
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The KM You Have Always Bougb
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMt OCNTAUN COMPANY, TT
-f MANUFACTURERS OF -f-f-f f
1 ' - I
of all kind.
,j f o. ......
P our-fooi Wovid jilvay iV anted. Beet
We inyite anjnspeetion' All to goods
W0imanufactiif : v A
'oncord N. c.
Bought, and wliUy,
lias borne fie .
has been mace- v.i-
supervision .since its nil
lio one to deceit e you h t!j
M e r,W . -
KIUT 8TBEET. WCWVOBK CITY.
IN EFFECT JULY THE 1GTH.1--This
condensed schedule is tub
lished as information, and Is
subject to change without ncti:e
to the public :
Trains leave Concord N. C
5.52 A. M No 8, daily, for EitL
mond; connects at Greensboro for
Raleigh and Ooldsboro ; at Qoltlsboro
for Norfolk,, at Danville for Washinpitra
and points Jtforth, at Salisbury fc
Asheviile, Km)xyille and points Wesi
7. 19 A. M- No. 88; the New YorX asa
Florida Express carries Pullman Sleep
ing Cars betwi3en" New York and Aa-
fusta, NewYork and Tampa, FIa.t
6;49 A. M.- . No. ' 87, daily, Wasii
ington aad Southwestern limited i ox
Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, MclJ
gomery, Mobiile and New Orleans, ."aid
all points South and .Southwest.
Through Pullman sleeper New York to
New Orleans s;nd New York to Memphis,
Dining car, ve6tibulod coach, betm
V 10:00' JL M, No. 56; duily, for W8i:
ingtonRichtoo'nd, Baleigh and li
points North. Carries. Piulman drawitp
room ibuffet sleeper, Now Orleans
New "aToik: Jacksonville to 5ei
York: PullKian tourist cars from
Francisco vk' "New Orleans ant5 SouiL
era Pacific Sundays and Wednesday?.
11:23 A. M No. 11, daily for Atlanta
ahdalliointsSoatL. Solid train, Hw
mond to Athinta.
.7K)9 P. M; No. 12, daily, for Rich
mond, Asheviile, Chattanooga, 11ak-i'--Norfolk,
and all points North;
. 8;51 P. M. -No 7, daily, from ltic&
ui'on'd, Washington, Goldsboro, Selmn.
Raleigh, Gi-eensbcro Kuoxville
Aebeville to Charlotte, N. C.
8: 51 P. M. No 38, dailv, Washing
and Soiithw stern limited, for Va?
ington and bM points North. Through
Pullman car Memphis to New York;
Kew Orleans to New York. Also cariies
veetibuled o'oach and dining car. Clo&e
connection j.t Greensboro with sleep1
3.2CL P. H. No.. 85, daily, for AtlasH
and New I Orleans, carnes Pullmaa
sleeper New York to New Orleans.
York to Jacksonville and Charlotte to
Atlanta; dinning' car. Also Pnll83
tourist car Washington to San Fni
co, via New Orleans Tuesday and Fri
days. 9.45 P. M.-No. 34, daily, the
York and Florida Frnw'ss. o ftrries
man Sleerjinor rJars JiotwAen Anga
and New York. Tampa, Fla, and Je
York and Charlotte to Richniond. tar
ries sleepers' Charlotte to Ntfoli rJ
First sections of regular thro hJf.
OQly to points wh ere they stop acco. Tj
Frank S. Gannon,
Third? Yice-Prea, and Gen'l. 3Ian
John Al Traffic Manager,
Washington, I. C
w-o i ss- AS ezx
J fLocal Ageai
. Concord, X.