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A MOTHER TKFJiH HOW SHE
SAVED DA ITfif.fTEKS LIFE.
I am tho rfif-tli'T of fd'dd child
ren and have. hnd n t r ; drul of
exnerh urn vifii rm?'li m'H. fjUHt
aornmf:r rny iirrln dfmhtor had
the dyp.ntory m itn worKt form.
We thought. hi would di". I
trier ovurything i could think of.
J s.a-v hv mi iv v-r;rh'::ju'-rit in onr
papf;r that Charnhor Iain's t.olic,
Chol'-ra and Diarrhoea Itornody
wf, hif'hlv riBom mended and
s-iutand pjot a bottle afc once. It
proved to be one of the very bst
medicines we ever had in the
hotta.e. It saved my little dangbt
er' life. I arn anxious for every
mother to know what an excellent
medicir-e it in. Had f known it at
first it wot: Id have aved me a
; r. at iiil of anxietv and my
Lct'e d j lighter rnach 2uQ Bring.
Yc tr- truly, Mr-. Geo. F. Bur
:ir, Liberty, K. I. For Sale by
Y! L Marsh & Co., Druggist.
In all !:a i
. ; C.
t . : (Lie-. -.-I 2j '.'-.
5-i . -eet, 2-v York.
IL.T Lao: a;:;-
3 i C Y' C L E S
. . i : . -
::on ' rruarant.-ed.
E. L. LI PES
;.D Tft CUT 100,(XX)
.. old cu-irv"n -crap, de
" e foundry a: 'sr.ee, for
-.'ill nay a fair pric. No
CONCORD Fou.NDr.Y '.o.
Anyone sending a sketch and decription msg
cn:cr;y ascertain our opinion free whether sua
prention 13 probably patentable Commnnlov
Ito strictly confidential. Handbk on Pateota
free. OMest axencr for pecenn? patent.
'atenta taien throueh Mann & Co. recetv
tai notice, without charze, In th5 .
Q hanJnmely tllnrrated wppkl.- I.arret cir-Cnlatio'-
of ary snctiSo ynrr.:'.. Terrr a. $3 a
fe-ar: f" ir mo-iths, ?L so'hl tra.i '- .r
Andrew Ori'-r snorr. '.
Miss Jft.ssK; Dfjaton anri
Alier. Sims went to Mooresviiie
Miss Sallie Sappenfieid re-
turned home this morning aftor
visiting at Hih Point.
Mr. Joseph Jackson returned !
home this morning alter visitm
his brother in Salisbury.
Miss Addie Patterson and
Mr. Chas. Phillips went over to
Mt. Pleasant this ai:.-raoon to
spend the niht.
a ujfiivjLiU a
I AM PREPARED TO DO ANY
I HAVE SOME NICE
A Fresh liie
Presbyterian church at States
El. MCltflSJEL i viI1 ia: FrkitV nigbt, con:mem-
' orative of the Rev. Dr. Wood's
. . . I
Winter IS COITI! ng0;
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OF
And have ten more car lends on tLi '.
It is time for you to lay in r un ly fur
the winter, isn't it? I al'-o have cn
hand the be-t of atracite coal.
W??t Depot St. f.t otorp. Z
A f 3
K. L. Craven rr-?
i : oiLu Uwnh.
200 TONS HARD COAL
Also 7irdE2 Split Eiin bm Eye C:2.:!
Coal. Best steam coal at m prices. ;
(jrood bmitn Coal. Can ana !.-:.
vrnat vou want.
Notice to Tax Payers.
Ti v i f i - r . i
The tax booirs for W. nave ,
been placed in my hands for J
collection and all tax-oavers are i
requested to come forward, and I
i 4.1- . i
pay their taxes at once.
S. J. Ervin.
Citv Tax Collector.
WAITED SEVERAL BRIGHT AVI) HON-
est persons to represent us as Managers?
in this and close counties. Salarv 000 1
a year and expenses. Straightbona- i
fide. n.o more, no less salarv. " Position i
nermanent. Our references, anv bank
in any town. It is mainly office work
conducted at home. Reference. En-
se self-addrefcsed stamped envelope, i
e Dominion Company, Dept, 2, Chi-!
,0 ' !
'Reduced Railroad Ratfs."jj
On account of circus in Salis
bury the Southern will sell round
trip tickets on the 27th. final
limit the L'th, for 00
Grip makes one sick, weary and restless, '
Or, ZJilea Restorative LTvir brings rc-s. i
and priori in
a;; fiiltmor is a diap
:T.r. to its owr.er and is or
.r-n! vy,. f.;fvf.r -dr,r.fd. Tattler in;
the .-Vsheviiie cltizr. says:
"O-orsr W Vandrbilt's an-'
-,.r to the people who periodic-
a:lv u-that he is to abandon!
his' rreat possessions at Biltmoref
rii0 eloquent. While the i
r.;jrt Vho know all about
k;ss affairs publish to(
-:-r,-vi n. si'-f.'-nTit tnat he isi
going to turn his back upon Bik-1
more for all time, he quietly j
comes along and buys -a 2,0o0-1
-act to add to his holdings!
If he were anxious to bej
iho r-nacniricent domain it
rr.r.i r vtv r.? r r. at he i
fiarel Itij rnl Aiot!r!.
The Robert F Hoke Chap
. . . s .
" te ,ei ve i r?
. . a - a ijifd.";-1
N'. CUIiE. NO PAY ,
TLat is: v dri-G:-ore'i
Ta-Vtel;. Chili Tonic !".
It is "s:m;:v Iron
:l a t&st'i-Ies form. Ctildren
sove it. A'ln!t3 re'er it to bitter, naa
Paster :iHh Annivernarr Olebratnl.
pleasant and appro-
pri'ito ccoratiori vrcs held in the
3!Jth anniversary as pastor.
Beautiful tributes were paid in
songs and eulogies. The young
! men of the Doctor's Sock gave
I him a vratch and the ladies re
: furnished his studv. It vras an
epoch in the interesting history
! of that congregation.
BE3T PIIESCP.IPTION FOB
and iVvt-r i a buttle z Grove's Tte-
le- Chill T.;iiic. Xev
-s to cure:
Then eir-eriment with worthl-v.
imiuitiori ? Price 50 centa. Yon:
fail s to fnre.
Li. a 1 Johnson
a wo- j
n t h !
By virtue of mithority vested in me
t V i ij -;i 11. x -t l ?'.h)tt-r-:i.r'(. pTft.
cttu eo:mtv. X. r: in o
u2-ts -ts and I will sell at public
auction at the court house door in Con
cord, IS. C., on the 2Sth day of October,
ISG9, to the Liarhesi: bidder, for ca?h:
Said J. A. Smith's entire interest m his
fathfer-3 real estite located ia n
township, being by will one-ninth of
Matthias Smith, deceased, entire real
,estaJie supposed to be about one
hundred acres. (Since the execution of
tins mortgage the interest of John A,
Smith has been set apart by metes and
bounds and is known as lot Xo. 5; and
is bounded as follows: Beginning at a
stone bv a dogwood and corner "of lot
No. 4 and runsS. 87 1-2, E. 41 po. to a
, aLrT. Ct l, 41 fJ
,T v i i ,Se?8 co
Vi " i' S? "' J'0- to a
ston,e ?.tLe POUth t-dSe of the great
roa4' arns corner, then with the
road as follows: 1st N. 53. W. 27 no. tn
" men, ana . 31. W
V po' HJ a,-fctorS lhe south edge of
the roaci, b a Vt ' wdenhonse's old
corner, then 3rd line on road N. 20, V
4 po. to a aman wmte oak on th north
edge of the road, then a dividing line j
j N. 52 1-2, E. 1 G pD. to the beinnin" j
uuuLaiujLig acres, more or less.
Title to said property is feunr)rd tr, i
be good, but the purchaser takes "such
title as I am authorized to
j der said mortgage.
. , . f. rT, Trustee.
- th iLiy of Sei ,
IW m Hi I if i -
Trie Kind Yon. Have Always Bought, and hich has b -In
nae for oyer 30 years, ha? borne the iinatur -
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitute- are bu: Ki.
reriment3 that trine with and endanger lhe htakh f
Infants and Children Expe ri eico against Exp-eri:-
What is .CASTOR! A
Caatoria is a snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Parrjoric, Dr.-,
and Soothing Syraps, It 13 Harmless and Pleasant, ir
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor ot- er Nam. tic
substance. Its age is its gnarantee. It do Toys Vorro ;,
and allays iFeverishness. It cures Diarrha i and Y7in'
Colic, It relieves Teething1 Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, rniate th
Stomach and Bovrels, giving healthy and natural do-v
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The KM You Have Always Bougia
!n Use For Over SO Years.
Te eirrtu co'. tt hum a s?trr, rTe city.
P I HTIM1 mWli JJ
of ali kind.
Four-foot Wood always Wanted. Best
Price for same.
We invite anjinspection of all the goodf
. . wemanufacture . .
has been made under hi, - .
s-nperrision since its
no one to dece h e you in tl; .
1 I r -
"WW HP .
isV' " or
I" EFFECT JULY THE :,.T
Tnis cendenss schedule -Ilsned
as information, ar: is
subject to change withc-t
to the public :
Trains leave Concord X. C
j.o- A. M. "o S, daily, :cr r.ici
mond: connects at Greei :::ro
Raleigh and Goldsboro; at ; !-vc
for Norfolk, at Danville fr r Wi' r: i
nd points North, a: u: j
Ahevillf. Kr.cxyiile and r-.:r.- VT-r..
7. 19 A. M No. 33, the Neu Y:rk zz
Florida Express, carries Fnhn:.iLSlrr
ing Cars bet-veen New York ul : A -gnsta.
New l'crk and Tanii u. F' ...
S'orfolk to Charlotte.
5:49 A. M. No.
ington and Soathcetern 3:
Atlanta, Birmingham. Me:
gomerv. Mobile and New Orl-
all points South and S;u:
Through Fnllmn sleeper New Y
New Orleans and New York r "r
Dining car. vetibuled coach,
Washington and Atlanta.
10:00 A. M. No. 33. daily, f.
tng:-n. F.i-; hm,nd. Ral-igh
J room builet sk-epr. New -i
New Yoik;- Ja'S-onvilIe :
! York: Pullman tour:.-: e :':
i Francisco vi- New 'ri- '-.n- a:. :
! -.r.i Paoirlc Snndsys -?.iA Wed: ,
1 11:23 A. M. No. 11, dailv : :
land all ;),ints SoatL. Solid tra::
mond to Atlanta.
7:00 P. M. No. 12. dailv. :
mond. Asheville. ChattanJog.'i. I'-.-'J-Norfolk,
and all i?oints North.
8:51 P. M. -No 7. dailv, fra:
Raleigh, crreensbcro Kl:xv:1
Asheville to Charlotte. N. C.
8: 51 P. M. No 38, dailv. W ::'---,. -and
Southwestern limited, f-r
ington and all pomts North. Ti.r :
Pullman car, Memphis to New Y-rri,
New Orleans to New York. Als 1 '--v.;'-"5
vestibuled coach and dining car. C:
connection at Greensboro with -liv-r
9.20 P. M. No. 35. dailv. foi Ai!
and New Orleans, carries Pull
eleeper New Yrork to Niw -Orleans.
York to Jacksonville and Chark ttc
Atlanta; dinning car. Also Fnil -
tourist car Washington to San i'-.cZr
CO. Via NpV Orlpana T-noclciv nnd i
9.45 P. M. No. 34, daily, the
York and Florida Express, carries
man Sleeping Cars between Ar-gHP
and New York. Tampa. Fla, andej
York and Charlotte to Richmond.
ries sleepers Charlotte to Norfolk T
First sections of regular through cf
local freight trains cany laseLJcr
only to points where thev stop accr
Frank S. Gannon,
Third Vice-Pres. and Gen'i. 31 an.
Washington, 1'- L-
John M. Gulp, Trafilc Manage.
W. A. Turk, Gen'l. Pass. Agv-t,
Washington, P. c