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We (for oik? hundred dollars
reward for any caen of catarrh
that cuu not by cimd by Hall's
F. J. Cheney A: Co., Props.,
WY tli undrrsitiued, have
known V J Ciu ney fur the last 15
years, .and believe .him perfectly
reli'ibltt m all business transac
tions and iinnnvi.dly able to carry
oat any oblu-atiMi5 mado by tLeir
"West Sz Ti nax,
W aiding. K'nimn tfc Marvin,
W 1 j e ! es a i e D r u agists,
Hall's Cat;. nit Cnre it- taken in
ternally, acts d?re-.tly upon the
blood :.i:d Miicnih surface or the
svstenj. Price 76-:. pt-r bottle.
Sold by nil druggists. Testimo
r. w . .ir.-i I in 1 1 1 1 . t s-t&s
Kasy and Pleasant to
use. Contains no
junous Uruir. is innc-fca'iVi!
Jyabsorved. Gives rLfT,r--
ief at once. It opens .$'
nd cleans the Nasal'
Sa," ' COLD 'n HEAD
Heals and protects the membrane, restores the
senses of taste and smell. Larire size 50c at Drug
gist or tv mail: Trial size luC s mail.
ELY KKO 1 liKKS, 50 Warren Street. New York
Winter is Coming.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OP
And have ten more car loads on the way.
It is timef or you to lay in a Mipply for
the winter, isn't it? I also haye on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. JfrsTThone G8.
K. L. Craven Has Boniflt
800 TONS JELICO COALED.
200 TONS HARD COAL, f
Also Virpa Split ana Biit Eye "CmoI
CoaL Best steam coalat miiie prices.
Good Smith Coal. Call and get
what you want.
To Consumers of Current.
After Nov. 1st, all parties
using other than Edison Lamps,
will be charged 50 per cent in
addition to present rates.
Notice to TaxPayers.
The tax books for 1599 have
been placed in my hands for
collection and all tax-payers are
r. -oimsted to come forward and
pay ' .cir taxes at once.
S. J. Euvix,
City Tax Collector.
WANTED T6 buy 100,000
pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de
livered at the foundry at once, for
which we will pay a fair price. No
burnt iron wanted.
altf. Concord Foundry Oo.
MS4& 50 YEARS
P U t1
Anyone sencttnc a sfcetoh and doscrlirtion may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
iriveniion is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
t-ntfree. OMcst aconcy for securing1 patents.
Patents t.-'ken throuch Munn Ac Co. receive
t;H-ciiil notice, without caartro, in the
A fcandpomely illustrated wc-pklr. I.arcest cir
dilation f "vy '-ientiuc journal. Terms, ?: a
ve'ir: fo- -:t . ?l. S Id by .-s! revs-.ie.-tler.
f1' V;- V. & "SiZroziw, 'r-'v Ynr!
tint: fok U0&LY'S
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rVVT COPYRIiMTS Att.
Our Soldiers anil Where They Are.
The . following Washington
dispatch of November 1st, an
swers the oft rising question,
how many soldiers have we and
where arc they:
"The annual report of Briga
dier General Corbin, to the Sec
retary of War was made public
General Corbin sums up
the military forces now m ser
vice of the United States as fol
lows: Kegular army, OI.TkO: vol
unteers, ;4, r7 1 : dotal UiUOO.
The regular establishment con
sists of 10 regiments of cavalry,
7 01 artillery and L of infantry.
The volunteer establishment
consists of one regiment of cav
alry, L'4 of infantry and a Porto
Kico battalion. Tho distribution
of these troops up.lo October 1st
last was as follows: In the United
States, 34,229: Porto Pico,
Cuba, 11.187: Philippines, J2,;l.r; !
en route to the Philippines, 17.
0U9; Alaska, 400; Hawaiian Is
lands, 400. General Corbin adds
the following to the summary:
"It is expected that by rjceember
1st next all the infantry regi
ments, United States volunteers,
shown above as in the United
States, will have sailed for the
Philippine Islands. These, with
troops now there, will give a
total strength of 2,117 officers
and 03,608 enlisted men,
gregate of 05,725."
Domes from Dr. D. B. Cnrrilo of
Washita, I T. He writes: "Four hot- j press the audience. The left
ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mr h d s magnetic than the
Brewer of scrofula, which had caused!
her great suffering for years. Terrible j right, and a glance from the left
sores would break out on her head p.nd I c VQ has a diarm which tho rii,ht
lace, and the be st doctors could give no j u "
help; but her cure is complete and her ; has not. There are a few ex
health is excellent." This shows that i f jilp(;p vnlpc nmilv
thousands have proved, that Electric I C( lniolL' lml inGsO lUItS appij
Bitters is the best blood purifier known, to ninety -nine out of one hun
It's the supreme remedy for eczema, ,-..,. ,w.--.o p;,w.;o4? t1,-.
tetter, salt rlieum, ulcern," boils and run- pel. sons. Cincinnati En-
nin? sores. It stimulates liver, kidnoj-s quirer.
ana bowels, expels poisons, help dies
tion, builds up the strength. Only 50
cents. Sold at Fetzer's I)ruj Store.
The Ways of Crime.
John Coleman had taken the
vows of a husband, lie became
too intimate, with his wife's sister.
His wife died suddenly and
under suspicious circumstances
last February. There was prob
ably a rude jar in the turn of
illegitimate love and the sister-in-law
threatened to tell. Cole
man met the woman and shot her
dead and then put the pistol to
his own head and fired, thus
placing the woman beyond the
power of testifying and himself
beyond being effected by the
testimony. It occur ed near
Lovelace, Wilkes county, a few
days ago. Both leave children.
HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS.;
All doctors told Itenick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, O, after, suffering 18
months from Eectal Fistula, lie would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed; but he cured himself with five
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best
Salve in tue World. 25 cents a box.
Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store.
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
I am the mother of eight child
en and have had a great deal of
xperience with medicines. Last
summer my little daughter had
the dysentery m its worst form.
We thought she would die. I
tried everything I could' think of.
I saw by an advertisement in our
paper that Chamborlain's Colic,
trdok-?? sad Db- r-n
sut a i j
a v o
hout'. It kutcu rs 13 Ltdc daught
er's li;o. I am anxious lor every
mother to know what an excellent
meclizine it is. Had I known it at
first it would have saved me a
re at de.ii 1 of anxietv and m
t tie d'lr.y liter much yiiffvjinj
Xcurs truly, Mrs. Geo. F. livr
ick, Liberty, li. I. V r f-ut bv
1. L. Marsh & Co.', TVncri.
I was mighty good-Iookin' when
1 was vonnir,
Peart an' black-eyed an' slim.
With fellers a-eourtin' mo Sun
The lovoMost one of 'em all was
Chinn.M- mi' han'som' an' trim; !
! i,t i , ;im1 inv ho.xd au lluldoi
fun o' t ho crowd .
I said I hadn't no 'pinion o' men,
An' wouldn't take stock him
Hut they kep' up a-comin' in spite
o' my talk
I got so tired
o' havm em
l made up my mind
And take up with him.
So vo was married
'Twas crowded full to the
'Twas the only way to get rid of
From a Scrap Book.
Host Looking Side of the Face.
When women are having their
portraits painted they should re
member that the left side of the
face is the best looking. Artists
always put the Vjest hhiishing off
and the linest shadinsr on the left
f f ne profile. Actors, actresses
and public singers have been
taught to make a half turn to
the right when they wish to im-
and fever is a bottle c Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cnre;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation? Price GO cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
Comes OH' Tonight.
The pugilists Jim JefTeries and
Tom Sharkey pound each other
on Cony Island tonight.
NO CURE. NO PAY .
That is the way all druggists sell
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills
and Malaria. It is simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form. Children
sove it. Adults refer it to bitter, mm
leatino Tomes Price. 50c.
say that the way to drive
out the trusts is to boycott them.
Well, let's see. Boycott the steel
trust be honest. Quit the soap
trust- go dirty. Quit tho coffee
trust don't cough. As to to
bacco and chewing gum chew
the rag. Quit the sugar trust
don't get sweet on anybody, male
or female. Boycott the match
trust don't ever get married.
Quit the whiskey trust drink
butter milk and catnip tea. Quit
the oil trust go to bed at dusk.
Boycott the coal trust the next
world will be hot enough to make
up for any chilliness in this one.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others
Why Not Yon?
My Tviffi has been usmsr Chamberlain's
Pain Balm with p-orul rpsnlts. fnr n
lame shoulder that has pained her con-
tirmnllv fnr nin vnnrs Wo Im-rn
l-i.ls mnV - - -n-'.-'ort!- -;m. !
hottlo'Hiul i;C-r .yhnr.ii.vr i:5 aii.'Lfc v;(-l.
For sal. i.y M. L. limblx S: Co.. Dru-:-ist.
:M. L. Marsh Co. .ir.iaranteee very!
bottle of Chamberlain's Conh Iirni.J
edy and will refund the money to any
one who is not tatiilled alter rin two-'
tliircs 01 tr.e contents, llns is the K
remedy in the world' for 3a "in
coughs, cohi., croup and vaioopml
rcuiih and is pleasant and safe to take! I
f-virion "cMmnf"' ' '
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7egc tablcPrcparallonfor As-
c ? mitn t no tne r noa ana uzu uui-
th S tamadis andBowcis of
ness and ResLContai ns neither
Hot Karc otic
I arm Seed
A perfect Remedy forCortstipa
tion, SourStomach, Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions Jeverish
tiess end Loss OF SlJLEP-.
TacSimrle Signature of
ILXACT ZQPYCT WHAEFEBt
BUYERS OF ,
of all kind.
'wrfwt WootJ fthrej-a Wasted Bt
Vv':3 inyitc nE;inspection ol all theJsocKia
... wernanufacture . .
p Eli ffii 'pip
For Infants and Childrea.
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THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY
N EFFECT JULY THE 16TH. 18U3.
This condensea schedule is pub
lished as informction, and is
subject to changz without nctic
to the public :
Trains leave uoncord N. C
5.52 A. M. No 8, daily, for Ilich
mond: connects at Greensboro for
Raleigh and Goldsboro; at Goldsboro
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington
and points North, at Salisbury for
Asheville, Knoxyille and points West.
7. 19 A. M No. 83, tho New York and
Florida Express, carries Pullman Sleej
ine: Cars between New York and Au
jrusta, New York and Tampa, Fla., aLtl
Norfolk to Charlotte.
8; 49 A. M. No. 37, daily, Wash
ington and Southwestern limited for
Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Mont
gomery, Mobile and New Orleans, and
all points South and Southwest.
Through Pullman sleeper New Yrork 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 all
points North. Carries Pullman drawing
room buffet sleeper, New Orleans to
New Yoik; Jacksonville to New
York: Pullman tourist cars from San
Francisco via New Orleans and South
ern Pacific Sundays and Wednesdays.
11:23 A. M. No. 11, daily for Atlanta
and all points Soutn.' Solid train, Rich
mond to Atlanta.
7:09 P. M. No. 12. daily, for Rich
mond, Asheville, Chattanooga, Raleigh,
Norfolk, and all points North.
8;51 P. M. -No 7, daily, from Rich
mond, Washington, Goldsboro, Selin
Raleigh, uiieenfcbcro Knoxville and
Ashevil'o to Charlotte, N. C.
' ' ' ' 38, dailv, Washington
and ; ahwesttru limited, for Wash
ington and ah points Nortii. Through
Pullman car. Memphis to New York;
New Orleans to New York. Also carries
vestibuled coach and dining car. Close
connection at Greensboro with sleeper
9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, for Atlanta
and New Orleans, carries Pullman
sleeper New York to Nbw Orleans. New
York to Jacksonville and Charlotte to
Atlanta; dinning car. Also Pull nun
tourist car Washington to San Francis
co, via New Orleans Tuesday and Fri
days. 9.45 P. M.No ,kllv x. u-
Totk anl Tl ri;U gxprcVr v V ?
Xfxk tnd ('harlott U; t I .... -lif
scorer Okarlottd Ij N iU -t-jrrt'caboi-o.
i sw-"tlo:T of ''figrilar through
local freight trains criy pasre r-:-:s
only to points where they stop accorttmt:
Fri;nk S. Gannon,
Third Yice-Pres. nnd Gen'l. Man.
Washington, D. C.
JohnM. Gulp, TmQ'iQ Mnrager,
Vv'ushington, 1, C.
W. A. Tnrk, Gtu'l. Pass. Agent,
Wasliincrton, D. C.
1 Signatnlo Mf
1C i n d
11 Too lava
:owanD.;L...bt:y, Lcal Agn.--.
ncord N. c.