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IIMIIIWI? I 31 -'
Coxcokd, N. C, Nov 3.
TliK SEASON AT HAND.
The season ' for operations in
the Philippines is approaching
very ck ;ely and with sufficient
force with which to hold the
territory gained, affairs are apt
to wear a new phase.
Th natives after attacking our
troop, last February and suffer
ing de;V. . have carried on a very
annoying mode of warfare, ap
proaching within range and
picking off such as they could
hit. This was so exasperating
that our soldiers preferred to ad
vance raid drive them off. In
every engagement the natives
were deie.aed by very inferior
numb 'vs. They were unable to
before the American
;. Having taken every
hold and capital city in
Aguimldo fortified him
e unci "caus were clearly
iUe to the natives.
uemonstiatlon ii was vain
i ii, would riid d.i 1 ininal ing
. r. Tnepolicv of taking
ding the territory won
. d :
". ill .doubtless be pursued now
mid will most probably bear
whole:, fro Us to the natives
whoso welcome -o American
. e. eut was restrained by
ltv.r. ike iur-ar:, ' raids. We
expect ii verv material change in
affairs bv spring.
..TS ENVii ICATE PATH.
has a d'.ffiicult path to
ii'o.-' in .uci histaneos as that
Sab Mil last Monday night,
v; ,ht;i:es ih'yant, in a state
oi" ox n ation, applied for and
' : : -.(imissioii to the room
'. .v :! Shouse. a young man
oi 1.-. viiuin he quickly .shot in
ihu at. at,-men inflicting a fatal
.vcm i:! bouse is dead and Bry
ant in jail, claiming that he did
not do the deed on purpose.
Kis being drunk we suppose will
be lead m extenuation of his
v':ui .ling the law in earring a
pistv.-i with which he took the
life of the young man who be
l'ricr 1 1 him. For the protec---.I
f society, justice should
not l a i L.;o heavy toward mercy
No. 1 of Volume 2 of Elizabeth
Chronicle has found its way to
our humble sanctum. To say
I It n-f t-lio fb vmimln ic nmi tit 11
gotten up and throughly enjoy-1
able is putting the fact without
ornamenLation. The Chronicle I
is a credit to Elizabeth College ;
-i .,, i -, ni
and justine mucn pr.ne m all (
concerned in getting it up. i
Til T TimOliliiNa HEADACHE
W.dd iM-vddy leave you, if you used
Dr. Kind's ew Lile I'ills. Taouands .
i)f mi.; t-H j iv prvv'd vli-imateliks; ;
ii' ..-r bickund.iervcTi.s He.alachey. .
Tnc -vide pure blood strong nerves
a id ieu.d up your hcuiU. iasy to take.
Tr, -vn. Only 2o cents, Mt ney back
LtOi clii'CU, UI -- Lit
Mrs. 'Stonewall" Jackson has
returned to her home in Char
lotte and we are sorry- to note
Jrj.n the 'News' that she has
made little if any improvement
under medical treatment.
Every Confederate veteran
feels a loving, tender interest in
Mrs. Jackson fully warranted
in veneration for the memory of
her illustrious husband. Now
that the lot of an invalid is hers,
not softened by abundance of
the necessary means to amelior
ate, to the fullest extent, life's
cares and burdens, it is pleasing
to note the following from the
Raleigh correspondent to the
Charlotte Observer of the 2nd:
4 'Nine chapters of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy today
sent, through -Mrs. John W
Hindsdale, treasurer of the State
society, to Mrs. Armistead Bur
well, of Charlotte Chapter, gS4
for the love and sympathy fund
for Mrs. Stonewall Jackson.
Henderson Chapter has raised
700 for the fund."
We are pleased to learn that
in the movement the Dodson
Ramseur Chapter U. D. C. took
the substantial initiative step and
made the first contribution.
Though the sum was not largo
compared with that o f the Hender
son chapter, the treasury was
practically emptied in making the
The Dodson -Ramseur chapter,
indeed, never makes any great ac-
c mutation of funds,
soliciting their zeal are ever pre
sent and .enu'au'hig.
High Poiiii refused to vote
$5J,0')0 worth of bonds las'. Mon-
da . Ti ere must be s
b ick of thi si as High
one of our vore :.
v .hit is
A LITE AN U ; VTH. .
Ir. Vvh A. i'iiu-: ii h
writing ..'f iii-. uhi5...st mi ".'.;.'
from d: H;i3: ''Jx
aitii : d,ccd kci"m ii-- hi?.
vvliK-h uded in (.N-iiMim; r
frequent 5i'ij.iorrk:i: s ; a-i
uiixiit juul d;y. All n.y ;:
must soin di'j. Th:Mi 1
Dr. Kind's Nuv l)is.; en. ; :
tion, wJiivli com pa tMy .
: ' hd T
wiuild not be without it eveu if it cost
..j.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and ; say it
never fails m ciuv Throttt, Che -t and
Lunr troubles." I.'esrular sizo aOc aud
1.00 Trial bottles free at Fetzevs Drug
store i t
T:ic Ci)mmissioncrs Susiuiu the l'resi
dent. Admiral Dewey was pro:npL:y
assigned to a department of
duty soon after his grand recep
tion in order that the nation
might have his service on
the Philipine commission along
with Prof. Schurman, Prof.
Worcester and Col. Denby, This
commission will make a report
during the. term of Congress. It
waited on the president recently
at his request to give a perlini
iaary outline to the report for
aiding the president in making
up his message to Congress.
The commission is unanimously
in accord with the president in
hi.e; trontmoTit nt tlio P -n ni
it will not be a surnrisft to nv wl -
re at all familiar with xood qualities of 1
unamberlam si'ousrh lieuiedv. to know I
that people everywhere take Wsiun! nOTTOX SEED HULLS,
relatmfr their experience in tne use of. OTT;'";X SEED IEAL
tuat spicnanl medicine and in te linur I ,OTTOT c,T7"n TT'T?Tr,"n'
tLe benefit they have received i.om I W1 N 1L'
it, ol Oiid colds it has cured, of rri, ,! , , t,
t'in'atened tiitaeks of pneumonia it Las' .iilerllt(-1 being .meal and hulls
nveried and of the children it has saved ; rnixed ill proper proportions for
fim attacks of croup and waoopin ; cov; feed. Send us your order
cou.(h. Tt is a jra?i.l, ",.d u-di -ine ' Prcr--T d
For sale by .1. L. Marsh & Co. " ii'na.
- '-oe n mitf) T7 rr'rr7irn 7r
rjrin male? one sick, vvrnrv (: rMJ riik-iirJ A. uil'ilU H
Dr. Miles' Ucstorative rvire"b:-in(-s rest.
. . . . . . . J -"
is the strongest Natural Lithia
water on the market and has
the endorsement -of the most
noted physicians of the country
as to its superiority over all
others. Read wdiat the noted
Dr. John Hey "Williams, "of Ashe
ville, has to say for Harris
Ashe ville, N. C, April 24, 1893.
An extended clinical use of Har
ris Lithia Water prompts me to
the statement that I regard it as
one of the best if not the best,
Lithia Water known to the pro
fession. In the condition of
Phosphatic Urine, its action is
marvellous. Its use m the Rheu
matic and County Diseases afford
me more comfort than .either the
Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M. -D.
We guarantee that one glass of
Harris Lithia carbonated' water
will relievo any case of indiges
tion in one minute or our agent
is authorized to refund you the
money, or if taken after each
meal will cure the most stubborn
case of indigestion. Why suf
fer when you have the guarantee?
M L Marsh,
Agent for Concord.
CUUE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative iiromo Quinine Tablets.
All druprpists refund money if it fails to
curt). 2oc. Tijo jrenuin has Jj. h. Q
)U cue ii tablet
While There is Life There is Hope.
I was afflicted with catarrh;
could neither taste nor smell and
could hear but little. Ely's Cream
Balm cured it. Marcus G.
Shautz, Railway, N. J.
The llahn reached me safelyt
and the effect is surprising. My
son says the first application gave
decided relied'. Respectfully,
Mrs. Franklin Freeman, Do
ver, N. IL
Thll i,a not irritate or
cause sneezing. Sold by drugj
gists at aO ceafs. or mailed by
Ely Brothers, au Warren St.,
Doctorsra.il liie rtloi pliine Ilnhit.
Dr. T D Crothers, of Hartford,
Conn., read a paper before the
New York Medical Association
recently, says the Philadelphia
Record, in which he said that he
had found bv close study of the
medical men that 21 per cent, of
physicians have the morphine
habit. He strongly urges
against beginning it, for there is
no cure. Prevention alone is the
remedy. He says the doctor
that is a victim of the habit
is forgetful, uncertain in
his diagnosis and liable to make
unsa f e von 1 a res. He may make
a success, but is too liable to fail.
He urges that no doctor take
morphine in any form save from
the hand of a trusted brother
Iked By Brittish Soldiers in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
that captured the famous rebel Galishe.
Under date of Nov. 4, 1807, from Vrj--burp:,
Been unala nd, he writes: "Be
fore starting on the last campain I
bought a quantity of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which 1 used iiiyot:lf when troubled with
bowel complaint, and had jriven to my
men, and m every case it proved most
beneficial." For sale by M. L. Marsh
BE KIND 101 10 H.
We keep the ideal feed for the
cows. The verv thing vou need:
cpr., Mil I I n .."ii
unnitun a iLiLia uu.
IGH Color Plaid Goods for
LadJes' Capes goc. to $3.68.
INFANTS Long Cashmer Cloaks, silk embroidered at 75c. to sl.DS.
Children's Short Wraps 50c. to i.08.
Winter Hoofls 18c. to 93c. WHitc Sffi at 50c. to 93c. Mauts Zspliyr Bootsss lOj.
' Ladies' Jersy Rib Vests 15c. up, Drawers 25c.
Ladies, Rib Wool Vests 7ac. and 90c.
Ladies' Jersey Rib Union Suits 48c.
Boy's Under Shirts - 18 Cents.
Men's Under Shirts, cotton, wool mixed and all wool
from 18c. for all cotton to 81.25 for tine all wool.
Men's Knit Drawers 37ic. up.
We have as nice line ot Hosiery as cheap as
can be found anywhere.
Light colored outing,, suitable for infants, Ladies' drossm
sacques, gowns and Men's night shirts 6 to 10c.
All fool Flannel 12c. 1-2 np. Cotton Flannel 5s. up.
Drilling 7c. Sea Island 4c. up and Sheet 3c up. Good y::rd
wide Bleaching, worth GJc, for 5c. Bleached Cambric full
yard-wide 7c. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting at 22c.
Table Damask, 'Wiw., at 25c.
Bleached linen, do. 47c. to
Window Shades 10 and 25c. Curtain Poles 22c. Counterpan.s,
assorted. Nice lot of towels. Stamped Tray covers etc.,
40 Brands of Toilet soaps from lc. to 10c.
We are headquarters for Toilet Soaps.
Gobblets 20 and 30c set, Tumblers 15c per set, 4 pices Table sets
25c, 7 pices Ice Cream set 25c, 7 pieces Water set 25 and 33c, Water
Bottles 18c, Vinegar Pitcher 10c, Covered Sugar Bowls 5 and 10c,
covered Butter Dishes 10 and 25c, covered Preserve Stands 25c,
covered Comports 25c, Cream Pitchers 5 and 10c, Cake Plates 5c,
Pickle Dishes 5 and 10c, Celery Trays 10c, Olive Dishes p5c, Salt
and Pepper Shakes '5e each, Bowls 10 and 24, Syrup Pitchers hi
and 25c, Spoon holders 5c, one-half gallon Water Pitcher 15c.
Full Line of Tin and Enameled Warft
24 in. Boards with 10 sanies
28 in Boards with 20 games
New lot of Quills, Feather Pillows, Blankets, etc., shortly.
D. J. Bostian.
Q Large Portrat frames .with 16x20 -;lass at Q,
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