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It will not be a surprise to any who
are at h 11 familiHr with good qualities Of
Cbambei Iain's Cough Remedy, v, know
that people everywhere tpke pleasure in
relating their experience in tin use of
tuat .;.it'iittil medicine and in te ling
of the benefit t in y havt received from
it, of bad ca Ids it h:is cured, of
threatened attacks of pheuiuonia it has
averted and of the children it has saved
from attucka of croup and whooping
r ?iorii Tt v.-q 'r,,-,d, e'od medicine.
For sale by M. L. Marsh & Co.
NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS.
The woman who iw ijyelyin
lace, form and tamper will al
ways Lave friends, but one who
would bo attractive must keep
her health. If sHb is weak, sickly,
and all run down, she will be
nervous and irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble,
impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a
wretched cDmplxion. Electric
Bitters is the beet medicine in the
world to regulate stomach, liyer
and kidneys and purity the bood.
It gives strong nerves, bright eyes,
smooth, velvet skin, rich com
plexion. It will make a good
looking, charming woman of a
run down invalid. Only 50c. at
. J Vzpr' "Drntr Store1.
In all its stages there
should be cleanliness.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses, sootbes and heals
the diseased n:emiir;;ne.
It cures catarrh and krivc3
away a cold in the head
Cream Tnlm is placed Into the nostril, spreads
over tha membrane arid is absorbed. Relief is im
mediate and a cure follow. It is not dry!: !? -does
not produce sneezing. Large Siza, 50 cents at Drug
gists or by nail. Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
Ei-Y BKOTUERS, 5o Warren Street, New York.
K. L. Craven Has Boilt
800 TONS JELICO COAL.
200 TONS HARD COAL.
UsoWa Split aid BM Eye Cannel
Coal Esst steam coslat mine srices.
GochI Smith Coal. Call and get
what you want. 'Phoxk 74.
Winter is Comiiig.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND TEREE CARS OF
A.nd have ten more car loads on the way.
It is time for you to lay in a rupply 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. JG'Phone G8.
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.
CDflcort Electric Light Co.
,i. oooks 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.
J 'SSS&T Tnanr Mark;
'tyy1V Copyrights &c
Anyone sending a sketch and description mr.
epiicklv ascertain our opinion free whether an
indention ia probably patentable. Cctamuniea
tiohs strictly conlJdential. Ilandbook on Patents
ent free. Oldest npency for securinepatents.
patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
fpecial notice, without ehwrgo, in the
A handsori 1 illustrato I T.-.- f i.-y. Largest cir
culation i-iy scientific juniul. Terms, f3 a
ve'iT : four months, 5L Sold by all newsdealers.
Ways of the Dutch.
The four Sundays of Novcm
ber are observed as fete days in
Holland. They are known by
the curious names, Review, De
cision, Purchase and Possession,
and all refer to matrimonial af
fairs. November in Holland be
ing the month par excellence
devoted to courtship and mar
riages, probably because the ag
ricultural occupations of the
year are over, and possibly be
cause the lords of creation, from
quite remote antiquity, have
recognized the pleasantness of
having wives to cook and cater
for them during the long Winter.
On Review Sunday everybody
goes to church, and after service
there is a. church parade in every
village, when the youths and
maidens gaze upon each other,
but forbear to sneak. On De
cision Sunday each bachelor who
is seeking a wife approaches the
maiden of his choice with a cere
monious bow, and from her
manner of responding judges
whether his advances are ac
ceptable. Purchase Sunday, the
consent of the parent. sought
if the suit has prospered during
the week. Not till Possession
Sunday, however, do the twain
appear before the world as ac
tual or prospective bride and
THAT THROBBING HJUDACHE.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for hick and Nervous Headaches.
They made pure blood strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 25 cents, Money back
if not cured, at Fetzer's Drug Store.
A FRIGHTFUL BLNDUEB
Will often cause a horriblo Burn.
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill the
pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old
fcores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Fel
ons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best
Pile cure on earty. Only 2o cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold at ITetzer'n
The Fragments There Yet.
The fragments of Purgeson's
fake show are here yet, .though
most of the crowd expect to get
away tonight. Some of thorn are
left in pretty bad shape, but if
Chief Scott will but turn them
loose for a day or two it can be
safely put down that they will
get out of town without as
sistance. As a set of fakirs they are
away ahead, but he watches them
so closely that they have not
been able to turn a wheel.
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any caee of catarrh
that can not by cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We the undersigned, have
known F J Cheney for the last 15
years, and believe him perfectly
reliable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their
West & Truax,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surface of the
system. Price 75c. pe . bottle.
) So d by all druggists. 1, Himo
) nials free.
"WANTED Tc buy lOO.Ufl
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.
al6tf. Concord Foundry Co.
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PAL L JONES' GRATE EOUXD.
A BhihuU'tyhia Times Man Discovers It
in 'orthc::si Taris Under a House.
The burial place of John Paul
Jones, the naval hero of the
American Revolution, has been
found by your special com
missioner after two months' con
scientious search, involving ex
tended quest through the records
of the Hotel ties Iuvalides and
manuscript archives in the Li
brary of France.
The grave of the American
hero and the present resting
place of his.bones, or dust, is un
der the small house at No. 1 Rue
Ecluses Martin, in northeastern
Paris, just back of the Eastern
Railway station (Gare de l'Est).
When the house was built the
greatest care was taken not to
disturb the grave.
As its name implies, the little
street was formerly a sluiceway
or open drain that carried sur
face water to the canal Saint
Martin at that point that is now
the Quai de Valncy.
The stumbling block to all pre
vious research has been the con
fusion regarding the date of
Paul Jones's death. This your
special commissioner has cleared
up. John Paul Jones died on
July 18, 1792, and the body was
placed in a receiving vault, in
old Paris, believed to have been
attached to the Hotel des Inva
lided at that time, where it re
posed until September 12. of the
same year, when it was removed
with groat ceremony and borne
in state to the Cemetery of For
eign Protestants, in the then
northeastern suburbs of Paris.
It nmy be stated with absolute
positiveness that Jones' body
never was interred in Picpus or
Mont Parnasso Cemeteries. The
act of placing the remains tem
porarily in a vault near or at the
Hotel des Tnvalides undoubtedly
explains the misinformation that
has existed on the subject.
The American naval hero was
a pot of France and was given a
national funeral, one of the
period, M. Marron, delivering a
eulogy at the graveside. A dep
utation of the National Assembly
attended, and its members un
covered when the body "was low
ered. The grave is distinctly marked.
Paul Jones was buried wTith a
sword and the accoutrements of
his rank as an admiral. Several
of the swords given him are in
the United States, but this one is
on record as being inscribed.
An application from the Amer
ican ambassador to the owners
of the property, No. 1 Rue
Ecluses Martin, will secure
prompt permission to open the
grave.- Special Cable, 5th, to
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others
Why Not You?
My wife has been using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm with good results, for a
lame shoulder that has pained her con
tinually for nine years. We haye tried
all kinds of medicines and doctors with
out receiving any benefit from any of
them. One day we saw an adyertise
mert of this medicine and thought of
trying it, which we did with the best of
satisfaction. She has used only one
bottle and her shoulder is almost well.
For Bale by M. L. Marsh Ar Co., Drug
gist. M. L. Marsh & Co. guaranteee very
bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Heni
fc'iy and will refund the money to any
one who is not satisfied after using two
thirds of the contents. This is the best
remedy in the world for la grippe
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough and is pleasant and safe to take
U prevents any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia.
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N EFFECT JULY THE 16TH, 1S'J9.
This condensea schedule is pub
lisncd as information, and is
subject to change without notice
to the public :
Trains leave uoncord I?. C
5.52 A. M No S, daily, for Rich
mond; connects at Greensboro lur
Raleigh and Goldsboro; at Gold.O ci':;
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington
and points North, at Silisbury for
Asheville, Knoxyille and points West.
7. 19 A. M No. 33, ths New York arid
Florida Express,' carries Pullman Sleep
ing Cars between New York and An
gusta, New York and Tampa, Fla., and
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
Bears the .
ft, 3? Ik
XP You foe
es 3 j
an points boutn and southwest.
1 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. 30. 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, Selma,
Raleigh, Greensboro Knoxville and
Asheville to bail tie. N. C.
8:51P ,r r " Mv, Washington
and Souths jiv for Wash
ington am, poir -, .. Through
Pullman car, Mertpni. to New York;
New Orleans to New York. Also carries
yestibuled coach and dining car. Close
connection at Greensboro with sleeper
for Norfolk. .
9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, foi Atlanta
and New Orleans, carries Pullman
sleeper New York to New Orleans. New
York to Jacksonville and Charlotte to
Atlanta; dinning car. Also Pullman
tourist car Washington to San Francis
co, via New Orleans Tuesday and Fri
days. 9.45 P. M.No. 34, daily, the New
York and Florida Express, carries Pull
man Sleepr- Cars between .Ar.gr.
and New - oik. Ttirnpn. Fin, f- (' -York
and i I alotte to iinJ.iir n. C
ries sleeper Jharlotto to i U,
First sections of regular through
local freight trains cany passengers
only to points where the' stop according
Frank S. Gannon,
Third Vice-Pres. and Gen'l. Man.
Washington, D. C.
JohnM. Culp, Trafilc M inarrer.
Washing! i. .' C.
W. A. Ttnk, Gen'l. Pass. Ajnt,
Washington, D. C.
Opwan'Dcsf nbe :y, -.z-r,
;-on all other prepm-i-'t: h:.-" f::i' t:"
-hti One Trio kil.-&r'C .
Concord N. c.