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NO CURE. NO PAY
Th.ii r. the way fill druggists eel)
Grove'' Tiistek-ys Cliill Tonic for chills
and i am. H s simnly Iron and
Quini ,u a tn-telesH form. Children
eoveit. Adults refer it to bitter, narj
leatit : Tonics Price. 50c. .
A i a fc &
In t".! ild stages thero
should be cleanliness.
Elyfe Cream Balrr.
deftnpe3,800iiieg and lnU
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold in the head
Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils, spreads
Over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief is im
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying floes
not produce sneezing. Larjje Size, 50 eents at Drug
gists or by mail , Trial Size, 10 cents by mall.
EOT BROTHERS, Go Warren Street, New York;
I AM PREPARED TO DO ANY
I HAVE SOME NICE
Bath Tubs .
Kepaired Promptly and Satisfac
And Vegetables in " stock at
E. L. LI PES
IN BRICK ROW. , .
Winter is Coming.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS ' OF ,
Jellico Coal :
And have ten rnor6 car loads on the way.
It is time for you to lay in a nupply Ion
the -winter, in't it? I also haye.on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackweldety
West Depot St. at Store. Jt'Phone 68.
Notice to Tax Payers.
The tax books for 1899 have
been placed in my hands for
collection and all tax-payers are
requested to come forward and
pay their taxes at once.
S. J. Ervin,
City Tax Collector.
LOST OR STOLEN.
NOTICE is. hereby given that
a note f or J100 dated Mav 1895
on J W Cannon has been lost or
stolen and parties are warned
not to trade for same.
' " T C Wilson.
K. L. Craven Has Mem
800, TONS JWCOCDE,,
200 TONS: HARD m.
Also yirgina Sjlit and Bird ; Eye-Cannel
Coal-: Best steam coalat 'mine prices.
- . -Good Smith Coal. Call and get
at .you .want: 'Phone 74 .
' : WANTED SBVERAJj BRIGHT JlKD HOlfr-
est persons to represent us an- Managers
in this and close counties. Salary $06
a year and expenses;- Straight, bona
fide, no more, no less salary, Position
permanent. Our references, any bank
in any 'town. It is mainly office work
conducted at home. Reference. ' En
close self-addressed stamped envelope.
Tot Dominion Company. Dept. 2. Chi
-r-.'-vT" OAT T7 A t-i nxrr WVirirtlQ
& Wilson sewing machine with
t in cf frnm tVio . -f n n .
live cirai w t)-1 ,w.y
tory Call at this office and get
at first - class machine op easy
"IvInted- fy 100,000
nmndsof old cast-iron scrap, de
Keda.tbe foundry at once, for
which we win -
The Love Letter Answered
A short time ago we published
a ''Model Love Letter," coming
from the pen of the editor of the
Monroe Enquirer. One of our
correspondents is the author of
the following answer to it:
Dearest . "You Know:"
While languidly sitting under the
droppings of the twilight, and
listening to the , melodious notes
of a plaintive Tom cat perched
on the back fence, what should I
receive but your own dear letter
filled brimful with honeyed
words "coated over two inches
thick with sugar of sweetness. I
can't find adequate words to pro
mulgate my calorific esoteric
!eelings, as our dictionary ' is
spending vacation abroad; but
oh! your letter was a treat bet
ter than a rural pedagogue's
treat the last day of school. It
was chock full of the very quin
tessence of double-distilled sweet
ness, with a large vein of
delicious, honey-dripping love
running all through it, and stick
ing out in places, like a small boy's
head from a window of the
school house when the circus or
a load of early watermelons
passes by. I was charmed by
the quaint style of humor oozing
out from your uuique epistolary
dissertation; and while rumi
nating thereon like an unsophis
ticated goat on the county-seat
of an old pair of pantaloons, my
heart unconsciously capitulated
to your elastic affections which
had surrounded it like the rubber
cover of a base ball in ' the bot
torn of an old-fashioned frog
pond. I love you harder than a
soft-boiled egg; and my heart
leans . out toward you like a
dumpling or a fried flap-jack to
ward the canine cavity of a hun
gry dog-gone it. My love is
stronger than the city police or
boarding-house butter. How I
long to be with you , and bask i n the
moonlight of your regal smiles,
on a dark night, after the old
folks have retired and the light
burns low. Your precious eyes
are like golden stars of promise
peeping out through free-silvery
clouds of national disaster. Your
nose, never having poked itself
into other people's business, has
nad ample opportunity to grow,
and has most . wonderfully and
fearfully illustrated the princi
ples of "expansion." The in
cipient mustache, which sits
under the dropping of , your
blossoming nose, is soft and
velvety to totfch,, and reminds
A NIGHT OF TERROR.
"Awful anxiety waselt for the
widow of tne feraye General
Bnrnhara, of Macbis, Me., when
the doctors j?aid she could not
Hye till morning' Writes Mrs. S.
H. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. "All thdugtit
she must sbonie.ifota pneu
monia, but she begged for Dr.
King's New bisjcoyery, 'saying it
had more .than once saved her
life and had cured her of con
sumption. After three email doses
she slept easily all night, and its
further use completely cured her."
This marvelous medicine is
guaranteed tp cure all throat,
chest and lung diseases.5 Only 50c.
aad $1.00. Trial bottles free at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
THAT THROBBING HEAD
ACHE Would quickly leave you if yon
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of suffers have proved
their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make
pure blood aad strong nerves and
build up your health. Easy to
take. Try them. Only 25c.
Money back 5f not cured. Sold at I
Fetzer's Drug Store. I
one of some great .event wThich
has failed to occur. It shelters
a large, sweet mouth which
laugh eth at fear and.spurteth out
immense discharges of the
liquid extract of borrowed chews
of tobacco, like melted lava from
the turbulent mouth of an affec
tionate volcano. A bountiful
harvest of auburn hair over
shadows your classic forehead
like a brush arbor over a camp
meeting. Your benignant smile
is like a gentle ripple on the sur
face of a natural lake ' of home
spun molasses ; and the odor of
your spicy breath brings' back
fond recolections of the fragrant
smellification. of ' odoriferous
Limburger cheese. Your ruby
lips with honey drips. They are
like twin bulls which arise in the
morning, paw and bellow the
ground, and butt each other into
the middle of next week. Tons
of succulent kisses are smeared
about over the suburbs of your
roseate face like soap-grease on
the interior of a lard jar filled
with peas. Little cupids are
picnicking about over your
classic countenance, and the
thrilling melody of year stento
rian voice is unequalcd by any
thing other than that which
issues from an up-to-date frog
pond after a summer shower.
One wee smack of your luscious,
rubicund lips is worth a whole
hogshead of the nectar which
Jupiter sips aud a swig o' cider
to boot. While resting my un
worthy head on your manly
breast, with arms encircling
your compact neck like a weary
pumpkin vine around an old
stump, I am as near Utophia and
the capital of the county as
when gulping down the products
of an ice:cream factory, or dis
puting with the hired man as to
how long a dead hen lays.
Before receiving your letter,
life to me was a dreary Green
land overgrown with ice-covered
lichens of affectional indiff erence,
but now it is a tropical Africa
with the mosquitoes all trans
ported to Siberia. The translu
cent flint of your heart struck
the opaque steel of mine, and
myriad scintilla lions touched the
jpowder 'of my affections and
complexion, and a 'lively explo
sion blasted away the rocks of
indifference, and unearthed &
glorious fountain of. blissful love
growing up as calves of the stall.
I am most felicitously happy to
inform you that I do most as
suredly reciprocate " arid- return
your affections, in a neat little
package, post-paid. I enclose
half a dozen kisses for you.
These should be' kept in a 'dry
place, to keep them from sticking
together. Write immediately or;
sooner, n you can, and next Sun
day evening I shall sit on your
kUee as' usual;-and believe me to
be, Your own little pet.
Puxing the civil war, as well as
in our late war with Spain, diar
rhoea was one of the most
troublesome' diseases the army
had to contend 'with. lA many
instances 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
Remedy and says he never found
anything that would give him
such quick relief. It is for sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co.. Druggist
The soothing and nealing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures
hare made it a great favorite with
the people everywhere. For sale
byfM. L. Marsh & Co., Druggists
The Kind You HaVo Always
in nse for orer SO years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trine with and endanger 1 he health of
Infants and CHiildren Experience against Experiment
v What is CASTOR! A
Castoria is a substitute fbr Castor Oil Paregoric, Ihrops
and Soothing1' Syrups. It is Harmless and I?leasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its age is its firirantee. it destroys Worms
and allays FeTeriahness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It Telicres Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, grivingr healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Ir U 86 Fcfr Over 30 Years.
THf ClttTAVR OOirrV. TT
AND- ' ; " 1 '
DKALEB IJT -
v '. I' '
of all kind.
Four-loot Wood always Wanted.
Price for came.
o. . .......
We inyite an;inspection of all the gooda
. . . weHmanufacture . . .
'oncord N. c
Bought, ana which has Deen
ha? borne the signature of
has been made under his per-
yr gonal supervision since its infancy.
Allnwnft an A VI f.C ft VOll 111 this.
MURRAY STRKCT, NEW YORK CITY.
IN EFFECT JULY THE 16TH, 1899.
This condensed schedule is pub
lished as information, and is
subject to change without notice
to the public :
Trains leave concord N. C
5.52 A. M. No 8, daily, for Eich
mond; connects at Greensboro for
Raleigh and Goldsboro; at ' Golds!;cro
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washicion
and points North, at Salisbury for
Aeheville, Knoxyille and points West.
7. 19 A. M No. 33, the New York and
Florida Express, oarries Pullman Sleep
ing Oars between New York and Au-gnsta,-
New York and Tampa, Fla., and
Norfolk to Charlotte.
8;49 A. M. No. 37, daily, Wash
ington and Southwestern limited for
j Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Mont
gomery, Mobile and New Orleans, and
all points South and Southwest
Through Pullman sleeper Now York to
New Orleans and New York to Memphis
Dining car, vestibuled coach, betweeo
Washington and Atlanta.
10:00 A; M. No. 36, daily, for Wash
ington, Richmond, Raleigh and all
points North. Carries Pullman drawing
room buflet sleeper, 'New Orleans to
New York; - Jacksonville to New
York: Pullman tourist cars from San
Francisco via New Orleans and ftnnth
era Pacific Sundays and Wednesdays.
11. -23 A. Al. No.-11, daily for Atlanta
and all points SontL. Solid train. Thau.
mbnd to Atlanta.
7.-09 P. M. No. 12. dailv.: for Rinhi
mond, Asheville, Chattanooga, RaleisK
nonoiK, ana ail points JNortn
8r5l P. M, -No 1 daily, from Rifih-
jaOfcoV Washington Goldsboro, Selmta
tvaiejgn, -ureensDcro imoxviUe and
Asheville to Charlotte. N. O.
8: 51 P. M.-Nd 38. dailvi WishiTifrffm
and Southwestern limited, for Wash
ington ana an points JNotth. Throufiji
Pullman car.1 Mtimbhis tn "Maw Ynrt
Ner Orlaans to NewYork. Also carries
V68tibuled COach and dinina nar OAroA
connection at Greensboro with sleeper
for Norfolk; r. .. ......
0.20 Pi M. Vrt ?V5 AaTr rv A MA-
and New Orleans, carries Pullman
sleeper NewTork to New Orleans. Ne?r
York to Jacksonville an1 rViavifA
Allan tA nifrnittfy Al. t n
tourist car Washington to San Francis-
w, yx jLiww wneans xuesaay and Jbn
days. York and Florida Express, carries Pull
man Sleeping Cars between Augusta
and New York. Tampa, Fla, and New
York and Charlotte to Richmond. Car
ries sleepers Charlotte to Norfolk yla
First sections of regular through or
local freight trains cany passengerif
only to points where they stop according
Frank S. Gannon,
Third Vice-Pres. and Gen'l. Man.
Washington, D. C.
John M. Culp, Traffic Manager,
Washington, D, 0
W. A. Turk, Gen'l. Pass. Agent,
Washington, D. C.
Gowan Dasenbery, Local Agent,