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gilvsh'etisMis of a isachelor.
The v vst thing about being
f:it is :' vcu are so much m
your ov way.
The l V iliin?r a man won't
forgha a woman he loved for is
being ah v: to live without him.
Pro! viy ijir original idea of
irivinu l.-ve wins was so a man
. .n :
' ; : . i .j ; : .
hem after lie got mar-
. who gai.-i his rights
who always insist4?
..hem; ho iri tlie man
- on other people's in
his having them. N.
.ia r- b C?-
cunr, i on croup.
thr aifi. :. a ''i'
V-n:r;' Constant Use With
oi?t a Failure.
i-ation of croup if bonre-
m child subject to tbilt
vbc 'icd a' h biir of
I Chamber!., iii's Cough
lb-i a. -iveii as t-oon as the child ba-
i a n qi
. . or '. yen inter toe croup
v f I prevf lit the nttacb. 1
, ,v th mi .-in nil a of homes
in this br.v.l j-i,rdivad never disappoints
the an:--... . .ioibt:f. We hayo yet to
to leen r sir:jzle instance in which it
bus not yroyed effectual. No other
preparation can bIiow such a record in
tcii'V-" . us' constant use without
a failure, i i sale by M L Marsh Ar
My sen i. '..sheen troubled for year
with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago
I pei:-u:-vVd him to tako some of
Cbamb.-t r dr.'s Coiic, Cholera and
"Diarrhei ivme-iy. After u-jing two
bottles . 2ccni size he was cared.
I give tbu testimonial, hoping some
one yicu.i iy ailiieted may read it and
be borejd. Thomas C Bower,
Glene x Vol '-aie by M L Marsh A;
A Denomination (juestion. j Baptist State Convention.
A prominent clergyman of the I Written lor The Saanaard
Episcopal church, wh i !e tra. vel - j
ing down in the backwoods o?
Elaine, was obliged lo pohd the
night in a farmhouse. In con
versation with the farmer's wife,
he asked: "Are there many
Episcopalians about here?"
dun know: the hireu man kiou - - r,.. i
' , ... ,M v-s r"OWMi o.y r. iw.
o.pok( on ''D;seiol's aiuti
Ti:' ronv ation :r r wr. ti ine;
77' :7p!it elvorch of Ashe-!
:v v. . s :i6 largest tliat j
ever assembled in North Carolina.
Tuesday was the Ji. . 1'. u.
Tiio opening ad-1
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WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COTTRTS OUR ILIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORP " OA STOBJA," AND
"PITCHEH'S CASTOBIA," OUR trad- mauil.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Syarad llaz chu:
was the originator of " PITCHER 'o UtSiOuiA;' tj,c s.:,..:,.
some sort of a critter th
d: v out back of the bar j i,
thirk he lowed
u , .
t aS 'v.vi- i
Home and Parm.
A Plonster bevd Pish.
Destroying its victiiii. is a type of
(he yonntr pao
-i ! i
' . " ' ! : ,
'II1. V a J- !
Coastipntion. The power ol thin mur; . ,
derons malady is felt en (.rgans L(ij
nerves and bram. J here no i:-. -tr.. :i i ; y . (. ."
till itV tvercouic. But ly Kings N.-L . . ; .
Life Tibs are a. safe aiul certain. e;u-c.
Host in tho world f-.r Ht,-k:ivA, Liyer, j .i a-Viaayi,
Kidnevs and bowels. Only 25 cents at! . i. , r..-..
retzei ft Drug bt.-.ro. j
o - - - '. Wbo;'
Mjio aaare.'S oi v, el come to
jle ws dolhored
r,v::.. 7-b.i : ' ) 1 ' i i S i (".HPM
a ana was rsv.o
nrv J " V;y-ua, and j
"Old vi'u:,iiy i)r J D
took tho iioo and ;
, the " Mori t age of the
'dito-r of 1 h i ;;b-
Eacliday, each wrong is cursed j i.,.(;r.ior, wis elected eves-
And the evil look askance jbban The rll!;. a; ad';! aimed
For who shall bravely speak j t ) ;; w,t .y,., c;;.;4i (.,!1V(lil.
The word defiant, jusi, l(m noxt y(,;ll.e
Man loves his fellow-man. Th(l coJVt,n1 ;ou iri(;01. 01.5?1(H1
Carroll Austin. ! ; .Ved.iesdtiy morning and Dr.
i y lj. i! a I:-, a w;-s ;raia chosen
Alrigntmi Hiunaer ..... n i .
Will ofbn cmse a horrible Burn.t I'1 1 ''lvl,-llt 1 w"-
Scald, Cut or bruise, buchlens Arnica j and Jl C AToore were r ,-' ,"''11
Salve, the best in tha world, will kill 1 . . t i . .-, a.,o
.1 . i n.. 1.,.! p a; i . nu x' i . ;u:-iijin
zas cms cc5 af5 now ftt'TT' c- ae?
ih e facsimile signature of cAyz- vpwr.
T!:'s z.7 the original "PITCHER'S CASTOR'A," i-'y.y .
r?cd i'i the homes of the Mothers cf America for over zk' ',
ircrs. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see ihci ; ' v
the hind you have always bought sr?f 01 b
aid has the signature "of C&z&Z &Ui
per. No one has authority from me to use my nam? .?vi
The Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is Presi.rrr'-.
March 8, 1897.
Do Not Be Deceived.
I)o not encVnger the life of your child by acce-y'r
n cheap substitute which some dnuist may offer . .
H '-ocause he makes a few more pennies on if). tbr- I:
gradients of which even he docs not know.
"The End You Have Always Bought5
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Ti 3K'' '' . i'llvKft -"Vf 'V-
away a coi-t in t .l-:ad M yffi
T;- j-, .
It cures tdifvrr."i .5 d drives
r --VaWrbed. ',63 im
mediate at-d a c':.-c fo.lowi It ia not jyin? 3oeg
IK)t prcd'JC ri. uCii-. LarR? S!zt 53 eoata at Drn-
fc7 rr-:"; - Tr:ai Size, 10 cent by mail.
EiY BKCu.i.'.P.b, oZ Warren Street, Xew York.
Old Sore-'. Fever Sores, UIootp, loils 1 tre;i surer, and i?ev. Jo-.n K
Felons, 'Cornri, all Skin Eruptions
Dest File cure on earth. 01 v ::-"e :
box. Cure truuraulocd. Sold by P i
F fzor, Drujrrist,
i 'ry- -ovr(ya" aiding S(aa'(aary.
j 'i': ail ; odaci ory S'Tiaoa uacs
i v.roaebcd Ion larao ai:di(;ac(7 by
Mrs. Jno. luchanan, who has j Dr. R T Va.nn. tlie armless
heretofore been living in Rowan I)ron(her of Scotland Neck, from
couniy and wliose husband died ! r,,, UMt) 'iul Mos,- s h)0V
recentlv, will now make lu.'i' Iioluo , . ' " J ' ' .' ' ..vv "
herewith her son, Mr. TI LIUich-1 tJl b()110S ()f Josyph wiDi him.
anan. 'At tlie close of this cloqaent
sermon Pastor YV M Vines bade
It will not bo a F-nrpTiF.o to are v.-bo : , , , ,
are atalllannliar with -oo'i (,aa!uufi,)f ;1S welcome Oil beiialf of the
threatned attacks f Jhtun:on:a it ban j Se yinour of Philadelphia, ii
ayertel and of the cnildi en it has saved I .
from nttaoks of croup and wnoopinp: j behalf of tho American Baptis
lor sale by AL L. Marsh & Co
OU) TONS JELICO GOAL
200 TONS HARD COAL.
Also Virsina Spnt and Bird Eye Cannel
uesL i56si Eteani coalat mine Drices.
Good Smith Coal. Call and get
wnat vcu want. 'PHONE 74.
nn 1 I
ul .1110 L UD
Ofi'era the business public a reliable, per.
manenr, ?onseryative and accommodat
ing banbins; instutlon.
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appieciation of 'your patronage.
If we can .serve yon any time we will
be glad to 1 aye yon come and see us.
Capital aM Snrplns - - $70 000.
D. B Colteane, Chashier,
J. M. Odemi. President.
One hundred loads
WANTED Tft buy mUM-pou7.uh-
of old caet-iron scrap, de
livered at ibe fonndry at once, to
which we will pay a fair price. Nr
hurnt iron wanted,
ttlltf. Concord Foundry Co.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to knowi?irst B?iptist -church and
that people everywhere take pleasure in r " " '
relating hoir experience in the nao of f- ' ncker welcomed us (
that splendid medicine, and in teding half of Asheville.
of the benefit hev have received from
it, of bad coa ifc has cured of j Speeches were made by Dr.
I'ublication Society, and Dr. P,
;Y Mullins. president of the
Soul hern Baptist Theological
Dr. liume, of the University of
North Carolina, presonted a re
port on foreign missions and
spoke for a short time, and yield
ed the floor to Dr. K J Willing
ham, of Richmond, Va., secre
tary of foreign mission board.
Bro. Boone made a. speech m
behalf of the Orphanage and at
its close, Bro. N B Broughton
took the floor and raised 2,580
for a new building.
Mrs. R A Brown is spending
today in Salisbury.
Mrs. C B Miller and son went
to Salisbury this morning.
Miss Connie CI ine arrived
here this morning from Eliza
beth college to attend the fu
neral of her grandmother, Mrs.
J J Barringer.
Mr. F V Barrier, of Salis
bury, arrived here this morning
on his way to St. Johns church
to attend the funeral of his sis
ter, Mrs. J J Barringer. Dr. F H Kerfoot, ttieTieV sec-
71 7. " Iretary of the home mission
IlIA linn I board, made a fine speech in be-
half of this board. Rev. L R
Pruett, of Charlotte, spoke on
the mill problem, after which
Rev. J E White reported that the
State mission board had paid
all debts and wTould begin the
next year free of debt.
Secretary White reported the
for the past year as follows:
State missions, - 20,074.03
Foreign missions, 10. G4 .34
Home missions, - 5,770.62
Education, - - 3, 271.76
Sunday school and col
portage, - - 372.65
Ministerial relief fund, 1,059.07
Students' aid fund, 1,059.07
Students, aid fund,
(Louisville) - 560.37
Baptist book store re-
ciepts, - - 10,260.38
Insist on Having
The Kind That If ever Failed Ym,
kTHS CENTAUR COMPANY, T7 WJ ROftY CTfECT, Hia TOtK CrTV.
0 13 TjL
N EFFECT JITLY THE T.Iii, l . -
This conden.vea schedule isj;;:b
Notice to TaxPayers.
The tax books have been
open since the 1st of September
and you have not been in to pay
your tax. I have to settle with
i e town by the 10th of January,
1900, so I am obliged to have
your tax at once. I will call
on you at once for the amount
of your tax and shall expect you
lo ue reaay ior me.
"There is but one small chance to
save your life and that is through an
oper ii was the awful prospect set
before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime RioVe,
Wis., by her doctor after vainly trying
to cure her of a frightful case of stom
ach trouble and vellow ionn; rr
didn t count on tho marvellous power of
-Llestne ijlf-fprs in nnm w -u -.
Dec. 9. 99
S. J. Ekvtx.
City Tax Collector
If not paid when I rail T will
proceed to collect same bv la v. f-!ectlT fitters tQ cure Stomach and
This is Dlain talk- nnH H fVor trouolos, but she heard of it. took
' '"-ieven bottles was Avhollv cured. nx-niA
ca,0 w .-. iuaic, now vv ich-- -ii",- pi :
feb; b. fno,, ; rU
f..v vvt lw oioumcLe, Diver
fii:u .-y troublt; and never disap-
Lt. 1 rice o0c at Fetzer's dru- store.
of all kind,
.... ... .0
Four-foot Wood always Wanted. Best
Price for same.
We inyite anjinspection of all thejgoods
. . . weSmanufacture . .
oncord N. a
subject tc chsnge vithout uc-li :,
to the public :
Trair-s leavo wncom K. C?.
5.52 A. M. No s, daiK, ior :.;b.v.
ad; connects r,t (in., nsboro iof
.Hr.ieib nnd Goldtiboro; at 'oldsbui-'
for Norfolk, at Danville for ushinpioij
and points North, at Bbsbury ioi
Acheville, Knoxyille and )oints Vv i s
7. 19 A. M No. aa, the New York ana
Florida Express, caii-ies Pidima:; bleep
mjr Cars between New Yoik urd Aa
gusta, New York and Tarn pa, I'm., '.and
Norfolk to Charlotte
8;49 A. M. No. 37, daily, Wash
ington and Southwestern limited ij.
Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphi?, Mort
eromerv. Mobile and Now OH -r. 'h'
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. Ah No. 30, dailj, for Wash
ington, Biehmond, Baleigh and u!l
points North. Garrios Pullman drav in
room buffet sleeper, New Orleans te
New York; Jacksonville to New
York: Pullman tourist cars from San
Francisco via Now Orleans find Houth
era Pacific Sundays and Wednesdays.
11:23 A. M.No. 11, daily for Atlanta
and all points SoutL. Solid train, Kich
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, Selraa,
Raleigh, Greensboro Knoxyille an 3
Asheville to Charlotte. N. G.
8: 51 P. M.No 38, dailv, Washington
and Southwestern limited, for Wash
ington and all points North. Through
Pullman oar, Memphis to 2?ew York;
New Orleans to New York. Also carries
vestibuled coach and dining car. Close
connection at Greensboro with slecpc
9.20 P. M.No. 35, daily, for Atlanta
and New Orleans, carries Pullman
sleeper New York to New Orleans. New
York to Jaokaonvilld and Charlotte to
Atlanta; dinning oar. Also Pullman
tourist car Washington to San Fr&seifl
oo, via Now Orleans Tuesday and Fri
days. 9.45 P M oa ?0;Tt- y,a New
York and Florida Express, carries Pull
man Sleeping Cars between Augusta
and New York. Tampa, Fla, and New
York and Charlotte to Riohmond. Car
ries sleeners Charlotte to Norfolk via
First sections of rexmlar throneh or
local freight trains carry passengers
only to points where they stop according
Frank S. Gannon,
Third VW-PrAA And GptiM. Mp
Washington, b C.
John M. Gulp, Traffic JUanager,
Washington, D, C
W. A. Turk, Gen'l. Pass. Agent,
Washington V. U
Go wan Dasenbery, Local Agent,
7 -f?C'1 t.r;