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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, November 17, 1899, Image 4

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HOW'S THIS? We offer one hundred dollars regard i'or any cap of catarrh that can not by cured by HallV Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & ('o.. Props., Toledo, Ohio. . W th nnderaignt-d, have known lr J Cheney lor the last 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly reliable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry oit any obligations made by their firm. . West & Trrrax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, . Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acts directly upon the blood and uncous nurface of the system. Price 76. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. . Testimo nials frc a. COAL! K. L. Graven Has BoneM 800 TONS JELICO COAL 200 TONS HARD COAL. Also Virgina Split and. Bird; Eye Cannfl CoaL Best steam coal at mine prices. Good Smith Coal. Call and get what you want. 'Phone 74. Winter is Coming. I ALREADY HAVE ON HAND THREE CARS OF Jellico Coal And have ten more.'car loads on the way. It is time for you to lay in a supply for the -winter, isn't it? I also haye on "hand the best of antfacite coal. J. A. C Blackwelder, West Depot St. at Store. BThone 68. NOTICE 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. - Concord Electric LisM Go. , 'PHONE ..104 T H E Offers the business public a reliable", per- manent, conservative and accommodate ing banking instutlon. We solicit your patronage , with tlie assurance of honorable treatment- nd due appreciation of your patronage. v If we can serve you any time we will i be glad to have you come and see us. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS Capital ani Surplus -. - $70 000. D. B'CoLtBANE, Chashier, . J. M. ODEisi, President. M. L. Brown & BRo, LIVKY, FEED AND SALE STABLES Just lit rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Om nibuses meet all rasaei?"ge"r trainY, Outfits of all kinds famished promptly and at reasonable prices. Horses and mules al ways on band ro eale. Breeders of .norougbbre Pnlard Chins Hfcr Notice to TaxPayers. The tax books for 181J9 have been placed in my hands ' for collection and all tax-payers are requested to come forward and pay tneu uuus ul once. S. J. EllVIN, City Tax Collector. WANTED Tc buy 100,000 pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de ivered at thw foundry at once, for which we will nay a fair price. No burnt iron wanted, alitf. Concord Foundry Co, Coitco a Capt. Hollis Dies in Manila. A Washington dispatch of the lath, to the Atlanta Journal says: "A dispatch from Manila an- nounces tne aeaui oi apiam Magnus C Hollis, Fourth infantry, who died of dysentery in the hos pital. He was appointed to West Point from Newman, U," Capt. Hollis is related to citi zens of our town, being a nephew of Mrs; Rev. J B Anthony, dec'd. The writer knew him person ally when a young man devel oping the military characteristics before his appointment to West Point. Prior to our recent wars his services were rendered am6ng the Indians of the West. for 6vr rurr rears Mrs. Winslow'g SoothiE Syinp has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It HnnFhes the child, softens the gums. alloys all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy lor uiarmoea. n win relieve the poor little sufferer immedi ately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-nve cents a. not tlo. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Win slows Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind Making: Lumber on a Big Scale. The Wilmington Morning Star says the Rowland Lumber Com pany Will run a branch of rail road, 25 to 40 miles long, into Faison, Duplin county, tapping a very fine lumber region, where they will erect a two-band saw mill, planing machines and nec essary appendages, The capac ity of the mill will bo 100,000 feet of lumber per day, employing about three hundred hands for mill and railroad. Millions Given Away. It is certainly gratying to the public to know of one cancer in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors Of Dr. .King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bot tles of this great medicine; and nave the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat. Chest and Lnners are surely cured by it. Call at Fetzer's Drug store and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c, and $1. Every bot e guaran or price r ef unded. Working Nlffht and Day. - The sT&TSnff mightiest little thing mat ever, was xuauo is uz. xviu a idw Life' Pills. .Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weak ness into, strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by Fetzer's-Drug store. sal- l all Its stifcea there" should be cleanliness. Ely Cream Balm cleanses, Boothes atld'heala the diseased membrane. It cores catarrh and drives awaycold ia the head Cream Balm Ispiacefl into the nostrils, spreads Over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief Is im mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying does not producesneezing. Large Sie, 60 eents at Drug gist or by mall. Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. JCi-Y BROTHERS, 5J 'Warren Street, New York. I will be glad to have the pat ronage of Concord's people when in need of any kind of cement work, placing of grates and brick work in general. , Satisfaction guaranteed. Wm. C Dejotjrnette. EI will be found at C B Wag oner's on West Depot .'street. For Sale. One .ce building lot on east side of Union street. Also three houses and lots on Buffalo street. For terms apply to Caldwell & Sticklf'. Notice to the Public, John P Allison says hunters are damaging his crops and he is compelled to forbid the public from hunting on his lands with out a written permit from hi:::. This notice will be enforced. N EH. THE SEWS IN WASHINGTON. The Chinese Question Agitating the Minds of the Diplomats-The Presi dents Situation. From our Regular Co; respondent. Washington. China evi dently thinks that we are going to grab a section of her seacoast. At the State department it is claimed that we are only looking for fair play for American products at the bands of foreign nations control !uig ports in China. Representatives of north western States have already put themselves on record as be ing in favor of the movement. iProminent among them is Sena tor Hansbrough, Of North Dakota, who regards China as a most desirable market for our grain and other agricultural products.' Meanw;hile, nothing definite is announced. The "open door" has not yet swung ajar. Early in the week President McKinley went to Canton, as is his usual custom; to vote. Fol lowing his return comes a strong report that Senator Hanna will have no hand in the campaign of 1900. ; Since the latter 's recent ta'k about ihe harmless natumof trusts, the President has received many letters advising that bis henchman had committed a grave blunder and had better be thrown over. Politicians on the inside say that the President will accept the inevitable. There are many things io give color to this re port. Senator Hanna was backing Judge Pax son, of Pennsylvania, as Interstate Commerce Com missioner to succeed Mr. Cal houn. Senator Cullom, however, secured the aippoiatment of ex Go vemor Fifer, of Illinois. This is claimed to be the first time that any of Senator Han na's f.viends have been turned dowTn. The President has also taken occasion to speak warmly of Senator Foraker, who, as everybody knows, was frozen out by Hanna. The large labor vote, too, that went to Mr. Jones in the late election might be ex pected to have some effect. Altogether, the report seems to be more than mere rumor. In case it is true, Chairman Dick, who managed Nash's campaign against McLean, is . said to be slated as Senator Hanna's suc cessor. The members of the diplomatic corps have . had a ' busy week, especially the representatives of those nations interested in the Chinese question. There is little doubt that all these embassies are armed with instructions from their respective " governments. From the numerous visits of the the staff of the Chinese minister, . . . . an out-sider would think that the State Department was arjout to open a laundry.; r' Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others Why Not You? - My Tviffl 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 kTids of medicines and doctors "with out receiving any benefit from any of them. One day we saw an advertise ment of this medicine and thought of trymsr it, which v,:o Hd with the best of satisfaction. She has used only on9 bottle ami hex sL..- ulder is almost well. For sale by M. L. Marsh & Co., Drug gist. M. L. Marsh & Co. guaranteee very bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Item ed y 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 "ivigh and is pleasant and safe to take J t prevents any tendency of La cold to xesultin pneumonia. ' i "" -run 1 1 ii 1 " ilirJjlLl?!!?-l'igJg AVcgctablePxcparadonfor As similating UaSTooaflnaHCBuia ling thcS tomflchs andlkitfeis of OpiurruMorpbine corl$nfaL iiOT NARC OTIC. wJW' ... Worms .Convulsions ,r evensnr mess flr4L0SS OF SU5R TacSirnSe Sigfiaturc of KEW YOHK. SOW?) EXACT COPY OF WSAEPBQ. my ODELL IIIUIG CO. HAncrACTcncca FINE Sheeting, ags Outing Cloths. DEALER IN General MercHardise BUYERS OTrr-T; -i, COUNTRY PRODUCE , , of all kind. ....... .o; .-.v.vr Four-foot Wood always Wanted! 1 Best Trice for same. We inyite anlinspection of all the"gooda ... we mannfacture . . J Gmgh; laids Salt 5 ft Mariuiactunng Go. lliiHIl loncord N. c For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatuli) of f 3' The F You Have Always Bought. ,i)lru) . ill - i THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOHK CITY. ottthern ailway SCHEDULE. N EFFECT JULY THE 16TH, 1899. This condensea schedule is pub! fished as information, and ia subject to change without notice to the public : Trains leave uonoord N. C 5.52 A. M. No 8, daily, for Eicb mond; connects at Greensboro for Raleigh and Gold sboro; at Gold6boro for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington and points North, at Salisbury for Asheville, Knoxyille and points West. 7. i9A;yr 156: 33, the New York and Florida Express, carries Pullrnah Sleep ing Oars between New York and Au gusta, New York and Tampa, Fla., astl 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 York to New Orleans and New York to Memphis, Dining car, vestibuled coach, between Washington and Atlanta. .: 10:00 A. M. No. 36, daily, for Wash ington, Richmond, Raleigh and all points North. Carries Pullman drawing room buffet sleeper. New Orleans to New York; Jacksonville to New iotk: gunman tourist cars from ban Francisco via New Orleans and South ern Pacific Sundays apd 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;5X P. M. -No 7, daily, from Rich mond, Washington, Goldsboro, Selma, itaieign, 'utreensbcro Knoxville and Asheville to Charlotte. N. C. : 8: 5 ? . " " - ly -kilv, Washington and S6':li western iiuiired, for Wash ington and all points'-North. Through Pullman car. Memphis to New York; New Orleans to Now York. Also carries Vestibuled coach ajd dining car. Close connection at Greensboro with sleeper for Norfolk. 9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, for Atlanta and New Orleans, carries Pullman sleeper New York to New Orleans. New York tn Junk arm vi 11 onrl rn-i-lfn fn - , u uu VUltJ lutiu w Atlanta; dinning car. Also Pullman luuiioi uhj uttsumgionto aan .t rancis co, via New Orleans Tuesday and Fri days. V 9.45 P. M.No. 34, daily, the New York and Florida Express, carries Pull man bleeping Cars between Angiut and New York. Tampa, Fla, and New York and Charlotte to Richmond. Car ries sleepers Charlotte to Norfolk vii Greensboro. First sections of regular through or local freight trains cany passengers only to points where they stop according to schedule. . Frank S. Gannon, Third Vice-Pres. and Gen'l. Man. Washington, D. C. John M. Culp, Traffic Manager, Washington, D, C; W. A. Turk, Gen'l. Pass. Agent, Washington, D. C. Go wan Dasenbery, Local Agent, Concord..N.C

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