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Crr;m Faim : g!acx ; !rgo ill nostrils, spreads
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miHii::o ar.d s cv: i 'L-.--i. It U not drying (loos
nr.Kince "nc'.r.,. ': -.-o -b.e, 50 cents at Drug
or by mail. Trial s.. . 10 cents by mail.
io-Y iiliOTilEKb, 5 WV.rren Street, New York.
i AM PKEPAlED TO DO ANY
. I HAVE SOME NICE
Impaired Promptly and Satisfac
Aoid Voirotablos in stock ni
E. L. LI PES
IN IcKICK ROW.
K. L. Craven Has BgmM
800 TONS JELICO COAL,
200 TONS HARE COAL
AisflYir?i!!;iSi;iiUiiil M Eye Carael
Coal Best sicam Goalat umie prices.
Good Smith Coal. ! "'ail and iot
what you wwvA: 'i.;iiON"i: 74.
Winter is Coming.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OP ,
Aad have ten mor enr lods on the way.
It is t':me for yon to lay in a unpply for
tbe winter, i.n't it? I also have on
hpiud the best of untracite coal.
J. A. C. Biachwclder,
"Wefii Lp. t St. at Store. fcThone 08.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
The !iot)ks for have
1 )... n oi"r-,i in mv 'n.''v. "fr,v I
ooiiecuvm ;;::iiiiii lax-j.-ayc -rs are
requeste:! in come forward and
pay their taxes at 021c; .
S. J. Ekv:..
City Tax Cnihv.tor.
LOST OR STOLEN
N O T I C E is 1 i f r by t: i v e n t ! i a. t j
a note for d'.-n dated May i i
on J W Car;!v;ii has been lost or I
stolon -and parties arc warred!
not to trade For same. !
T C Wilson.
V A N 'V El) s.v : ".a n uv.h-i: r .ni ius
est persons to ivpre.-ent us h.s Managers j
in this and ch.se count a:s. S!l;iry i00
h yt-ar m d t x:.";si'S. Str.Juht, b(iia-!
tide, no tin, re. no less alHrv, i (,.-it ion 1
l.t-rmanent. inr reft rrnces, any bauk
m any town. It is maivdy ollice work
cor.duct'i at lr me. KciVjM'uce. En
closo seif-addre: sod stumped envelope.
The Dujiimon e or i-,n y, Dt'pt, 2, Chi
cago. '50 Yrv?y
Qzlcky ascertain oar opinion froc i ,:i f cf, Q
-t'Titirn In proh.st lr V .w-iiKd. 'i!.r ..ri.-i. (
liKiB strictly ner.tJcUntiaL lKniibk. .. j
sent free. C'li:.--: (ict-ncy for !- urr: : - i
X?ir-nts trtkrrt thr uch InUiiti .t Cu. r lv9
tprvi'il nottc. v. i. houf c!i-c-o, iu tho '
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In til i
ouJntien of nvy i -.et::. 1'; 1 ? 3
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A MOTHER TELLS HOW 3ii K
SAVED DAUGiJ Tli:.tS LIFE.
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II 1.1 . .1.1 . n
rou alia uavo i.i5U a ;.,h;hi u--i! n
experijncp with medicines. L6t
enrnmpr mv iiftirt (innr'htor h.td
the dysentery in its worst florin.
We thought sbo would die. j
tried evorythin I could think of.
I saw by an ad verti?eni(-nt in our
4i i...k t
Cholera and Diarrhor-.i Redely
was highly recotamejuled and
sent and got a botth? at or.ee. It
proved to bo one of the very bwt
medicines wo ever h?d m the
house. It saved my little daught
er's life. I am anxious for every
mother to know what ui xellent
medicine it is. Had 1 known it at
first it would have saved me a
great dal of anxietv and my
little daughter much suiTering.
Ycurs truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Bur
dink, Liberty, 1(. I. For Said by
M. L. Marsh fc Co., Druggist.
Pining tne ciyil war, ae well .as
in our late war with Spain, diar
rhoea was one of the most
troublesome diseases the army
had to contend with. In many
instance it became chronic and
the old soldiers still suffer from
it. Mr. Dayid Taylor, of Wind
Ridge, Greene county, Pa., is one
of these. He uses Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Kennedy and says ho never found
anything that would give him
such quick relief. It is tor salo I
by M. L. Marsh X- G .. Druggist j
EjLl Kjk V hijt ";7lo-! was viyhrd olf. thn 111 ,
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La Lr fe S
IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULT3.
Oalatta. Ills., 1,ov. 16, 1S03.
Paris Medicine Co., 8t. Ijuls. lin.
Oomiemen: W ld last yenr, COO.ttt'.rn
.V.HAn .1.; t it
perienee or li yertrs, ?u the a:u' t i:,n . s;s :
Dcvpr pola an artli-lo tnat j;a
;3t PuiuiiSvi ai -
'AViNil'i' voa r'-e i
LI' 1 I
iactiou aa your Ioz;ic
w f n
?25S t8 I ft M n J,
s &a Si i i e n i '' ! r r
KUtfl .'TOWii fcjU h kM tii .-rv'a E.Ji
: -r.g-fon f Mules.
i 1 1 '
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, eg i.o., v . vuo
crossing the soa. Its count oi'-
;-' 5!1'4 "- 1
. ..1 :s:itc?li of the 6th.
j Thr UnlkHl ctVos transport.
S. ;, wiuch loft San Jrancco
on Auirust 1-th, with upwai'ds
of 3i'0 valuahlo mules, the coin-lug-of
Vv'iiicli had boon anxiously
awaited, as mules arc in $rro:,,t
donnuv."' for continuing the cam
paign, arrived this morning and :
reported that all but 10 of the
animals had been lost in two se
vere typhoons, under peculiarly
distressing conditions. The
Sciani. which left Honolulu
thirty-one days ago,, encounter.!
the typhoons early this wool:.
One bsted forty hours. Most
of t he forage, which was on deck
was swopt overboard, all the
boats were smashed and the
steamer rolled tremendously in
the trough of the sea, although
the. officers made every effort to
bring her about.
The mules were hurled from
side to side and frightfully man-
irlod and disomh;Y.vlod. Their
aiui Ui.K :;; v:oro brokon .nnd
tY .,i. . . ,m1 . rflU , ,
, , n
a conlusoti r.p.ss that ho ;nui:i-
jhints were una1 ;j 4o rei
lightened anil the roll lug
ci'oased. Vrhtui the - Jorri . !.
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iti!'! I ! I O 1 I ( ( 1 ' ' ' .X 1 . l IIII(VI1 )'i "
i m 'Mi.
Wiieii the Sc.iam arrived
iiei puipeiier was high out of the
water and the vn clcs of her
'oats were hanging fro:
' Farm For bale.
n . t lie
In pnrsunuce. of a jndgrment and de-
ereo of solo dnly renden d in the Supe-
rior Court of Cabarrus county, in tl
ca??of JC Quorv et al ex pte, tl
au'lersiixnftd will expose to pnuhc f;i
expose 10 pnuJic F;ne
at the court house door in tho town of
Concord. N. C, on Monday l'io
Tember fith, 1809, ut J 2 o'clock M.,
tlu; following tract of laud in No. 1
township, bounded as follows: Bo
ginning at n 15. O. in the lsme, Andrew
eoruer and runs with Andrew line S. (J,
E poles to white oiik in the lane then S
14 1 CJ ? I.T 1 i. ' 1 '
lut-ii o. iu, ji. poiH?5 iu buihti iu iane,
Phillips corner, then with Phiilips land
N. 14, E. 35 poles to hickory, Phillips
corner, then with Phillips p. ad King line
E. 120 poles to a po8t-e:-ik, King's cor
ner, then N. 26 poles to hickory on Mor
gan's line, thtrn with it N. 81, W. Ti9
loley to a stake by an old road, Mor
gan corner, thru X. 20, TV. 175, passing
Moruifs with Harris' liue to a B, .!..
1 nckew's corner, the with Andrew's
S. 35, W. 75 poles to a B. J. by the fide
' - -d:u1e, then S. ?, E. 50 poles to a IS.
J. sMt.lirt'jr, then S. 2:, V,T. 2t" polen to
; t-.. '-;iijning, containing 10":; acres.
f iu; - -j or less. Terms of sale: Ooe-half
i cash, bidnnce j)3able 12 months niter
4 date. Title roseryed till purchase
i monv' is paid in full.
I Jas. P. Mop.tuso.x, Com'r.
I Concord. O. Oct, 5, lSI'Ji.
i ('.ddwfil k Srickley, Att'vs.
Pur-nrnt to tlie nuthority vested ir,
;m as !vrti.rai;cp in a certain dtod of
trust exxcutt-'d t. me by ?d. C. Hogcr
ui:l wife hint ic.'wrdf-'d in the oHieo" of
the Itegisb-r of Dee (is: of Cabarrus
.;-ou:.d3 in book So. It, iit I w-ill
Sf li at I'ublic auctiiUi to the highest bid-
de" tor cash at front door of the curt
i hou -e ot C:barrns coiuiiv bet" e 0; the i nFI ? n
hours of 12 and 1 o'clock on lu-sdrtv v- -the
24th day of October, ISsM), tie lYd-
lowiifg lot or parcel of land -Jying and
b'-'iug in the corporate limits r.fCor).
cord and bouuiieda-s folhr.vs:
beginning at (ho southwest corn. 'r ( ,f '
Catherine Turner's lot, running south !
sixty feet to a stake on Loyeb avenue!
thence west one degree north one1
hundred feet to a -take on Col-man's j
et al line, thence ncrtu with bai.i line i
: sixty fcA lc bout Iirfiyt corner of 1
inrr.er's lot, thence west one hundred i
feet with said line to the begiiini: " ; u
..ove s aveuue. inicty and one-h-lf
I lec i are given in trout for stieeb One !
,paiT .-i ant icr ,;pr,. h. Eove bought
frr-T;i -i. 1M. Lore.
I r.m'.ei mv hand ;hn J,:;id d;.v
J'O .iefv: lu, lex (o 'ii:( rda'e r;. ;f.
I O.o ;.'e'v-urtt (.it the S- ;.:o f'-ni-
! :-'!;ui:'!M n will e!I i
j ! iokot-, tv Kllloig-h. up C '
! a.fmisdou into t!i" r':e; ' ; , :
' ' : 1 ' ! ;
' i 3
;ids. ! I
t.'. ' 7. ,.;
, to Get. .Jord.
io (V: . .1 ;. ;
Tho Kind Yon Kftvo Always
in use for over SO years,
ss, sict&cx. Allow
AH Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes aro but K-pe-rini
?.v.t& that trifle with and endanger iho health of
Iiiiiuiihi and Children Exiericn;o agrunst Experiment
OastoWa is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Iropaf
and Soothing' Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine ror other JTareoMo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It dorroys "Worms
and allays jFeverishircss. It euros Diarrhoj and Wind
0)lic It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, re.gu!ates the
Stomaeh and Bowels, grvdng healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Childreas Panacea The Mother's Friend,
svi W is fi
Tita Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
TV OKNTAUFt OOMPANY, 7T
MAM I ACTIJIIRIW OI"
IM1 A LICK IN
t " .A
LUI I N 1 H V PRilfllfTn
akwa. w wx-
of all kind.
OUT'UK)t Wood always Wanted... Bcsi
Tticc for same.
v invite an incpcsitiou of all the goods
. . . wcTmanufacture . .
tea h R3 f v: ;
Bomrht, mid which l?a.fj been
has borne tho signature of
lias heexi mao kinder his per-
no orio to &r h fi you in t
Over 30 Year
MU1RAY tTRECT. NIWYORK CITY.
IN EFFECT JULY THE ir,TH, js::.
This condensed schedule is pub
lished as information, and is
subject to change without notice
to the public :
Trains leaye uoncord N. C
5.52 A. M. No 8, daily, for Eich
mond; connects at Greensboro for
Italeigh and Goldbboro; at Goldsboro
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington
and points North, at Salisbury fo
Asheville, Knoxyiile and points Wesl.
7. 19 A. M-No. 83, tho New York and
Florida Express, carries Pullman Sleep
ing Cars between New York and A u
gusta, New York and Tampa, Eia., and
Norfolk to Charlotte.
8;49 A. M. No. 37, daily, Wash
ington and Southwestern limited for
Atlanta, Pirmingham, Memphis, Mont
gomery, Mobile and New Orleans, and
all points South and Southwest.
Through Pullman sleeper New York to
New Orleans and New York to Memphis
Dining car, vestibuled coach, between
Washington and Atlanta.
10:00 A. M. No. 3G, daily, for Wash
ington. Richmond. Raleigh and d.'
points Norlh. Carries Pullman drawing
room buffet sleeper. New Orleans tw
New Yoik; Jacksonville to X v
York: Pullman tourist cars from v
i Francisco via New Orleans and Son'it-
cm Pacitlc SimdiysMiid Wedi.esda s
11:23 A. M. No. 11, daily for Atla.it;
and all points SontL. Solnt train, Uich
ffiond to Atlanta.
7 .-00 P. M. No. 12. daily, for Rieiv
mond. Asluvrll", Chattanooga, Raleigh.
Norfolk, and all points North.
i S:.T1 P. d. -No 7, daily, from RieU-
! ind, Wihmgton, Goldsbco, Seine-'.
' leeeig1 . y re'nsbi io lvLoxviiie :e.
: Asheville to Charlotte. N. C.
i S: : P. M.No 3. dailv, Wasliinct-.-,
and Soutbwi stern limited, for Was.i
i inuiou and i ll fk5ii:s Nortli. Thr.
j Puilman car. iemphia to Nev,- Vi j ,t,
Or eiom to :ww i or k. A i r-,,i r, -
j vesriouie.i et;;;v o auo: oiiiing c ir. (. ;.
! connectien at vii-eensboro with .- i
! for Norfolk.
9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, foi Atlanta
and New Orleans, carries Ptiilmnn
sleeper New York to N-w Orleans. New
York to .bicksonville aud Charlotte to
Atlantn; dinning car. Also Pull nun
tourist car Washington to Sim Francis
co, via New Orleans Tuesday and Fri
days. 9.45 P. M.-N... .inv, the v-.
York and FI h, Exr-i eu-rv- T.:'1
man Slecpi. - Cr.r.; tdetii
and New , k. Tampa. Fl: a: d Ne
"iork and C. ,;0tte to Ric' e oik!,
rie sleeper : arl -.! t , N.rfobr .
First seetn 1 ' ' r
loeal freight L
y passei e
only to points whei e they stop t;ce.,j eV "
Frn:k S. (iannor,
1 bird Yi-: --.f i es. nrel (ieu'l. .b.u.
Washington, J), C
John M. Ci h1, Trafii3 Alanhger.
W. A. Tr.rk, Geri'l. Puss. Agent,
Washington, J. C.
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