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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 07, 1899, Image 4

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ft t WW III fit i is 3: i it P Pi If l I a ;ji:;r! f i; ill' i.J ! : U : to i v 1 i s.4 II ill II! II I i 1 m :1 '.K?'TI W I sfe&IO balms. St. Louis, LIo. ,' An?. 12. Thu :h enlv 19 years old, I snifored from ?)Gir,. i"- f-'n-il tro'i!lcs two years. Last ?ijn? 1 gr t ho bad I Ivui to quit work. I hid to support layself , ' could not tifford a Ugb priced doctor. I get one bottle of Wine of Cardui and that made me feel totter. Have now used several bottles aud am veil. My mother used the Win for Change of Liie and wo greatly relieved. MISS MARGARET WALSH. Many frh'ls and women find it necessary to earn their own liv'.njta various ki. r. of employment. Their work is often so hard and conlb intj that ti.j ticalth treaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly always makes its appearance in the poculia-ly c'-jHcii? wnnily organs. , Constant standing on the feci, and emin" and :d the beck of a superintendent or foreman, in duces faVin (if the womb, leue rhoea, headache and backache. The pay of wontci workers is otten ' notoriously small that when sickness comes thev luve no muiiev ij?age skl'H'ul physicians. To them Wine f Car-Ni is trulv a blessin?. It For:'.'i vi. n -"s s-tMiu:i i u st's' i:il (!ir( i-uot;. , , ; i- - c- vir.--' .- mvtoi.s ldie. AltUor. t". Vhet JUl'TiJiOl-tiA at;;-!F. (.'., C'.-a'vmh)')! a, T nn. 0 Dr,:gglsts zc. II Large Bottle for $1.00. r-. 1 a: - paredto do any THING jy Piiiiiibln-;, 5 team Fitting and Electric Wiring I HAVE SOME NICE Bath Tubs ON HAND. " E. McNISH. 104. BICYCLES Impaired Promptly ind Satisfac tion Guaranteed. FRESH FPUITS E. L. Li PES IN PRICK ROW. No' ice to Tax-Payers. TiP tax books for 1899 have boon placed in my hands for ollect!on and all tax-payers are reouo.v'd to com 3 forward and pay their tuxes at. once. T IT Yt " T ' Citv Tax Collector. LOST OR STOLEN. NOTICE is hereby given that a note for $':0 dated May lbU5 on J .V Gannon has been lost or stolen and parties are warned not to trade for same. T C Wilson. Notice of Dissolution. The firm of Mabrey and iJelyanx : -this day dissolved by mutual consent. The interest in all stock of oods. counts and other evidences of debt are transferred to J M Mabrey, who &r eumps the payment of all debts due by the firm. 1 This 8rd dav Oct. 1800. J. M. MABREY. Concord, M. C. J. B. DELYATJX. hitter. GO YEARS. Anrone fifnrtin a k:h irid dwcrlr tira xn Cfmctiiy ascertain oar opinion free wteti.er aa hjvntlon If probably pnitefitabia. Coir. rut n'on fj'trl strictly confid&n. lal. Handbook en I'atit8 (jfP5t' f reo. Oldrst rsency for 3jcuringjateDtfw vi'anis takea throuKh 3Iunn A Co. reoev fr -.-iri'T: of arf j" irru 1. .V.r- ir, j .' -ViA--t euiT3 trtm of their ills at a small cost, and they can act as their wn physicians. No doctor can do as much for "female troubles" as Wine of CtrduL palates toe Ocrrc! M-ji-rv Tpoth '!. Pc?v vfiiida Gf,ij F-Tv w rr' IS JUST AG GOOD FOR ADULTS, WARRANTED. PmCESOctB. oai.atia. nxa., Kcv. v i;c Paris Medicine Co., St. Iiok-s Mo. (ientleinen: We polo vear, GO iX ffJef of GKOVE'H TASTK-Ll'SS -."HILL TON'C nrvt hav tf)Htfht tlireo ;'(..:-? ul ror.Qy t;ls yenr. liull ovir r.nence of 14 ycrs, u. thii drv ?. '.-.t; . nvor sold nu urttci ) ti)..-.t '-vc tu;-u :. .5 1 '.. islioa us your 'icuiu c;u truly , AUSiLY.CiiEt'. ,'- 3 lh a: . 1 v a r. lie month 35c. LOO. 2.00. year if i 1 LI 1 P T3 2 1 4.00.U ,. The rmidt-ritN.iiumt. President .IeKinley accom- pa ma y Mrs. M ..'Km ley and meibevs of tho cuAiuit witu their vive; ar,. on a jaunt through the west. At Canton his niece joined the party. He expected to arrive at Quincy yesterday, where he was'billed to visit the Soldier's Home and participate in the exercises arranged, arriving at Peoria in the aftcrno- vrhere there was a ! dedication of a soldier's monu ment. He is booked Tor Chica go over Sunday. He viil attend the reunion of the "nine and tho Cray at Eva-nsvillo. Among other cities the Presi dent will visit are Minneapolis, St. Paul, Fargo. Aberdeen, Yankton, Milwaukee, Cleveland and Youngstown, Ohio. .The party will leave the laitar place Oct. lb, arriving in Washington the 2uth. (Jra!id JIj r umrnt to:Nisr-"rJHry. Mr. D E Covrsr. ho died! recently at. his home in Span an - I burg. S. C. was presi lent of' ! five of the largest cotton milV ::i I the State, i'ornder of Converge', college and a ph i :m :i hi opis? , says an excmng( T'n.o .. j is a prord motuimmi- '? him. .sc:.iOii th: - f;Jl opened he ( j hi- v-l students. ! CUIIE A COLD DAY ' 1 ur.ctist? refund monw if it fails to j j :.n eeci: tt V Daring the ciyil war, a9 well iis in our hde war with Spain, diar rhuw was one. of the most troublesome diseases tho army bad to contend with. In many instances it became chronic nnd the old Foldiers still Buffer from ! it. Mr. Duyid Taylor, of Wind Ividge, Grerne county, Ph., is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found fiy thing that would give him each quick relief. It i ? for sale M. L. Marsh Ac Co.. Drupqist WANTKD SEVTIlAIi muouT AND hon est porHona to represent us as JManap;ers m thiH and close counties. Salary $900 a your and expenses. Straight, bona fide, no more, no less salary, Tosition t;erni:inent. Our references, any bank in any town. It is mainly office work conducted at home. Reference. En cloe fielf addreesed stamped envelope. Ti!K Dominion CosirANY, Dept. 2, Chi rr -o. Jr. ! tt- (sri-. -.-.. I - tho db-.M-t-ii inemhnine. cway a C.oV. in tho bead : J qnick'y. ' "" : Cre--: Tl.r"' i i ? p'rcci i--o hc spreads (ever ti.s racmbro' c r.nc ia d-rr'u.Ml. Relief lr im j lu vlh'.iC 3;;'o c;'.rt- follows, it la r.ot Iryir.: does ,r.';t ;vr.!,v:;.'t::',v- -v.'. Lcrjc Si:-. P0 cents i Drug- . ,',.t- cr 1.7 iTif;:!, Tntil Size, Ju cents by mail, j Ei.Y LiiO'f iin. 5, U5 Waxrt n Street, Xew York. 1 F ? K. L. Craven Has Eonglit 800 TONS JELICO CO1 200 TONS HARD COAL. Also Virgina Split ana Biri Eye Cannel Coal. Best stsam coalat mine prices. Good Smith Coal. Call and get what you want. 'Phone 1. is Coming'. I ALREADY HAVE ON HAND THREE CARS OF Jellico Coal And haye ten raoxe oar loads on the wav. It is time for yon to lay in a supply for the winter, isn't it? I also baye on hind the best of antracite conl. J. A. C. Blackwetdcr CO A Wvii Div A St. at Store. 5rT!jvre; ! 7 1 tow a YL M m W k To Kind Xou Have Alvrays in wso for over 30 yortrs, pnii has been i juIq under his per- S7jQ . ? - .n1 air AI! Counterfeits, Imitations and Sub v utes are but Ex perlm?its that triflo vitli and endr?7er ihe health of Iniants and Children JSxperieac a.iiist Jisperiinen Cp-.i i3 a substitute for Castor Osl, J?ssn g-orio, Irr. a?id SKjlhinr Syrups, It is Hannle aid 'ea'.-U I& contains neither Opimn, Morihiiie : c ? ot? cx "Xarcotio SiJfvstanoe. Its ago is its gmrantee. I decoys IVorm? allays "FeverishKcss. It cures XT ".Thai and Wind CMic. It relieves Teetliijig Troubles. 'Siv Constipation and .Flatulency. It assimilates tho ToJ, r? rnta1x k the Bioi.xsx and Bowels, giving" health; n& natural siee?v TIi'. Children's Panaeea-Ths Mothc Friend, 'me ma loa na In Use For Over 30 Years. TMI ORNTAUR COMPiNT, TT WURAY 6TRECT. N EW VOPK CITV. ODELL HICTUIfiCOin 4 HAltlVFAOTITBEIM Of fine hams, Plaids, Sheeting, AND Outing Cloths. o- DEALER IN General Merchandise BUYER3 OF COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kind. .o Foar-foot Wood always Wanted. -Best Price for same. o We inyite an inspection of all the goods . . . welmannfacture . . . if t .r-1. Boixfrht, :?.-d whicfe hits been ha? borne the Si-.tiire of ye nwajs moj j c- JJ)oitihcrn fTT' ail way SCHEDULE. IN EFFECT JULY TUE'IGTH. im. This condensea schedule is Pub lished as Information, and is subject to change without notice to the public : Trains leave Concord C 5.52 A. M.No 8, duily, for Bici mond; connects at Greensboro I6r Raleigh and Goldsboro; at Ooldsboio for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington and points North, at Salisbury for Asheville, Knoxyille and points West 7. 10 A. M No. 3, the Now Ycrh r rA Florida Express, carries Pullniar i ' iner Cars between New York aim gru&ta, New York and Tampa, lit... -, Norfolk to Charlotte. 8;49 A. M. No. 37, dnilr, Watt ington and Sonthwestern limited for Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Mont gomery, Mobile and New Orleans, and all points South and Southwest Through Pullman eleeper New York tb New Orleans and New York to Memphis Dining car, vestibuled eo&ch, between v iihington and Atlanta. 10:00 A. M.-No. S6, daily, for Wasl ington. Richmond, Raleigh and nU points North. Carries Pullman drawing room buffet eleeper, New Orleans to New l'oik; Jacksonville to X York: Pullman tonn.st cars from JS.-. Francisco via Nor Orleans and South era Pacific Sundays and WednesdtyH. 11:2:3 A. M. No. II, daily fur Atlanta and all points Soutii. Solid train, Rich mond to Atlanta. 7:09 P. M.No. 12, daily, for Rkuv mond, Asheville, Chattanooga, Raleigh Norfolk, and all points North. 8;51 P. M. -No 7, daily, from Rictv -nond, Washington, Goldsboro, Selmvf Raleigh, Greensboro Knox vi lie Aeh(?ville to Charlotte, N. C. 8: 51 P. M.No 33, dailv, Warning., and Southveetern limited, for Waeiji ington and all points North. ThrougB Pullman car, Memphis to New Yor,.. New Orleans to New York. Ahjo cariiS vestibuled coach atid dining civr. Ciorr connectifn at Oreensboro vith sL -jiJi for Norfolk. 9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, foi Allanfc and New Orleans, carries Pullm3& sleeper New York to Nav; Grknns. NeV York to Jacksonville and CLarlulto i Atlanta; dinning oar. Also I ulhniUi tourist car Washington to San FraTio co, via Now Orleans Tuesday and Fri days. 9.45 P. M.No. 31. daily, the New York and Florida Expre; , r-. man Sleep1" , Cr.- - 1 et -cer. ' and New '-.rk. Tampa, Vk , ai t York and C vrlotte f Llici n- nu. ries sleeper . narlot-.-. 11 Greensboro. First section of re iiar through local freight train j p.ssenjS only to points where tliev stop ft'ci r'l!l to schedule. Frank S. ( iannon, Third Vk- -Pres. nrd l(n'l. Mr.n. Vvbii)gton, 1), C. John M. Hulp, r., W. A. Turk, Gfis'L Vi:n. Airent, Wp'-hingtcn; i), jouan l)p?cnberv'.: L- A"--' ' 'O T"-ord Concord N. c. 1

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