North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Offera thf. business public a reliable, per
maneiit, conservative ana accommodat
We solicit vour patronage with tht
assurance of honorable treatment anc
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we ean serve you any time we wib
be glad to haye you come and eee us.
Li t:eiial! accommodations .
Capital ana Surplus - - $70,000
I). 15 Coltiuse, Chashier,
T. M. Odei l. President.
ZJ Y0U WILL INVESTI
GATE you will fird out
why The Ponn Mutual is the
most popular company iu the
State : why it's writing moie
busiiiL' s than any other. See
D2iuK : :ual statement.
J. F. Hurley,
Fresh lot of
IN EFFECT FEBKUAKT 18TH. 190O
This condensed schedule is pub
Iished as information, and is
subject to change without notici
to the public:
Trains leave concord N. C
5.52 A. AI. No 8, daily, for Rih
mond; connects at Greensboro for
Raleigh and Goldeboro; at Goldsboro
for Norfolk, at Danville for Washington
and points North, at Salisbury for
Asheville. Knoxyillo and points West.
7. 29 A. M N o. S3, ths New York and
Florida FTprr ws, carries Pullman Sleep
ing Cars !-. twe.-n New York and Au
frustn. New Ycrk and Tampa, Fla., and
Norfolk to. Charlotte, Richmond to
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,
Pining car, vestibuled coach, between
Washington and Atlanta. Pullman
tourist cars Washington to San Fran
cisco Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
d10:'26 A. M.-No. 55. daily, for Wash
ington, Richmond, Raleigh and all
points North. Carries Pullman drawing
room buffet sleeper, New Orleana to
New York; Jacksonrlle to New
York. Dining car "between Spartaa
burg, S. C, and Washington.
1135 A. il.-No. 11, dailr for AUanU
And all points South. Solid tram, Rich
mond to Atlanta. . , ,
M8 P. M.-No. 12, daily, for Rich
mond, Asheyille, Chatanoo, Raleigh
Norfolk, and all points No
8:51 P. M.-No. 7, daily, t. cm Rich
mond, JWashington, Goldiborp, Selmt,
Aaheville to Charlotte. H. u.
8: 51 P?M.-N 88, dailr, Washington
and Southwestern limited, . for Wash
ington and alj I points .Nf through
Pullman car. Memphis to New York,
New Orleans to New York. Also carriej
vestibuled coach and dining car. Close
connection at Greensboro with sleeper
for Norfolk. Pullman tourist cars ban
Francisco to Washington Monday,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
9.10 P. M. No. 35, daily, foi Atlanta
and New Orleans, carries Pullman
sleeper Nw York to New Orleans. New
York to Jacksonville and Charlotte to
Atlanta. Dinning car Washington to
Spartanburg, S. O.
v.iA P. M. No. 34, daily, the New
York and Florida Fpress, carries Pull
man Sleeping Cars between Augusta
and New York. Tampa, Fla, and New
York; ClmloLui Lo Richmond and Char
lotte to Norfolk via Greensboro.
First sections of regular through or
local frpight trains carry passengers
only to points where they stop according
Frank S. Gannon,
Third .Vice-Pres. end Gen'l. Mtr
Washington, If. C.
John M. Cnlp, Traffic Manager,
Washington, D, C,
W. A. Turl, it-o.
Reduced Railroad Rates.
The Southern will sell tho fol
lowing cheap rate tickets:
Hot Springs. Ark. 011 May 7
10 with limit to 24. for Jd.UO lor
Atlanta, Ga., May 15, 1G, and
17 with limit to 29, for 9.10 for
St. Louis, Mo., May 15, 10, and
17, limit to June 3rd, for 25.50
for round trip.
Chattanooga. Tenn., May 15-
18, limit to 2Gth, for 12.(50 for
New Orleans, on sale May 1
L'U-21, limit, to 29, for :M for
Washington, on sale May 20,
21, and 22, with limit to 27th, for
11.10 for round trip.
Confederate Veteran s Ren nion .
Louisville, Ky., on sale May 2s.
-J una av, wit a limit to juneivi
f'.ilt of von rtP C'l 1 OA e ,..,....-!
Grand Lodge Knights of
Pythias, Durham, oh sMo Aiwil
22, 23 and 24 with limit to 80th,
N. C. State Convention Chris
tian Endeavor Union. Raleigh,
on sale April 24, 25 and 20, with
limit to May 1, 0.70.
Annual session Royal Aiva-
num, bahsl)ui'.y. on sale Aprd
00 oj 1 t -4.4 L .,
o, J4, and I'o with limit to April
OAii. ,m -1- 1
owl 11, oi ia.
Musical Festival, Spartanbui'.r;,
S. C, on sale May 1 and 2, limit
to 5th, S3. 15 for round trip.
M. L. Brovn & Bro.
LIVERY. FEED AND. SALE
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel.
Omnibuses meet all passenger
trains. Outfits of all kinds fur
nished promptly ' and at reason
able prices. Horses and mules
always on hand for sale. Breed
ers of thoroughbred Poland
, , , BAIVrtOTDBEBI Off -M
Fonr-foot Wood always Wanted.
We.iuyite anlinspection-'of all;the goods
. , . welmfinu!actare . .
t $ f- li
II' : -a 1 a "Iamn."
I t MlSS::
n: pp . y;o
He was arrested. The trial
judge turm 1 oosc - appar
ently holding that the use of the
word "damn," tf by itself, does
not const itri'-o tho crime of pro
fane swearing. The Mississippi
Sill) re mo C"iv1 IhP.t 1 hi?
was an error. Tho word, rs!
u-od by To ! Rilov. was an im-'
pre-cation of Divine vengeance. j
It snys: 'is not
necessary t :
name of tho
Deity should be used."
oi rrre' ms
r. Greens"' ioi'o
view of the
COViZC "tuo k-i . .,'liiu;;T Abrjili:t;u
lla.-o. a Icdfu.i- t'v.j'.u-kt. of nlIcviUc
writes: "FAvru-y-. Hiiiers r.ro the hoi t
selling bittors I Laye handled in 20
V ars. You know why? 3iost diseases
I .: in hi disordos of fctoiiinch, liver,
kidi:cyHf bowels, blood and nerves.
1 n, . r, tl i,
Lkfitno Hitters toin-s up the htomach,
, . .. , ' r tlwi.
1 lrjr.lates livf-r, liinev arid no el?,
1 iiiiiea tho blood, btreurtheiis
i ..... . . .l.t,
maladies. It builds np the entire sys
tem. Puts lie- life and via or into auy
weak, sickly, run-d'jwn man or womna.
rric.50" Bold fit Fetzer'S drug store.
A few weeks aro a strange dog j
bit a dog belonging to Mr. Will
Deal in Taylorsville. The bitten
dog a short time afterward had
nis and bit Mr. Dears eignt-year- j
old boy. Tho boy was taken to j
Charlotte vrho:e a mad stone was 1
applied. On last Wednesday
tho boy had high fever and the
family became much alarmed and
started to Baltimore to have the
child troated. Mr. Deal is a son-in-law
of Congressman Linney.
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism.
QUICK RELIEF FKOJI PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism are delighted with the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
When speaking of this Mr. D N Sinks,
of Troy, Ohio, says: "Some time ago
I had a severe attack of rheumatism in
my arm and shoulder. I tried numer
ous remedies but got no reb'ef until I
was recommended by Messrs. Geo. F
Parsons & Co., druggist of this place,
to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They
recommended it so highly that I bought
a bottle. I was soon relieved of pain. I
have since recommended this liniment
to many of my friends, who agree with
me that it is the best remedy for
muscular rheumatism in the market.
For side at Marsh's drus: store.
If troubled with rheumatism, give
Cbamberlam's Pain-Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. . One application will relieve the
pain. Tt also cures sprains and bruises
in one-third time required by any other
treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites,
quinsey, pains in the side and chest,
glandular and other swellings are
quickly cured by applying it. Every bot
tle warranted. Price 25c, and 50c. For
sale at Marsh's drug stcr.
If it wasn't for the 4 'summer
boarder" the State of New
Hampshire would have to go
out of business. There are sum
mer boarding houses in 204 out
of the 235 towns in the State,
which pull the summer sojourn
ers for about 10,442,000 in the
aggregate. Morning Star.
Causnt a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T M
Thompson's, a large importer of fine
millinery at 1G58 Milwaukee Avenue,
Chicago, says. "'During the late severe
weather I caught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and made me
untit to attend my work during the day.
One of my milliners was taking. Cham
Iain's Cough Kemedy for a severe cold
at that time which seeneiVto relieve her
so quickly that I bought some for my
self. It acted like maic and I begau
to improve at once. I am entirely well
and ieel very pleased to acknowledge
its merits." For bij.j at Karsli'is drrg
0: i-SI ?!BDiCi:,-ii rOK LA GRIPPE
-'0 Wiiit t. of South Gardiner,
v; "I Lave had the worst couh,
i -a r.
- - ;".ouLt but pro lit to
T ' nbtrlain's Cough
l ; ' .Lin.;that has done
-i:e.-.r. i Lave usfjd one
:i - ills cold and grip
: -- L V-- 1 co-i if.rl..te the mann-
vt an honest aedicine. " Scld
at JU&isii a arug store, -
igJ4M I For Infants and Children.
AN c table Pre p araltonfor As -
tii'.a tSic Stomachs andBowcls of
j ; tv-ss di'td Hest-Loniains neiuier
ill Cs i: .Morphine norIineral.
iLrheU SdtS -
Apcrfec! Remedy forConsttp-3-fion
, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca
vVorms .Convulsions ,Fcverish
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
FacSimile Stgnalure oP
EXACT COPY Of WRAPPCR-t-
HEALTHY OLD AGE ff '
I am 49 rears old and have ben suffering: with if IZ'iZ-J
HJo Change of Lifo. I had tloodinar spells so bad that V T!aV: " fc"3J
none thought I could live. My husband got me t?MJ'IsC
ZvJ Wine of Cardui and it lived my life. I am lilt M G2
f' another person since taking it. fcgk X n 1
MRS. B. D. TOWNSEND. y Jl 1 Q
It Is the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die youn . This universal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precaution then
wiil add many years to our existence. Death can be kept away a lonj
time. Happy, healthy old age will be the lot of the woman who promptly
corrects the ailments which afflict her sex. In youth, Wine of Cardui will
take the female child safely over the dividing line between girlhood and
womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears in
her pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slowly and gracefully. To the last
she will- preserve that charm and beauty which are always characteristic
UOIH' A0YIS0RY 01PARTTHEST.
For advice in caet requiring special
aireeuons, aa-iress, pvin symptoms,
U4I' Advisory itop't, Tht HATTA5O0GA
EfcutciJE tu cbattanoojra, Tenn.
LARCE BOTTLES OF WIN E O F CARDUI
SOLO FOR $I.OO BY DRUCQI8TS.
JUST 1 DIE!
For sack suits tailored to your
order and measure Serges for
summer at $15.00.
These are hints of the many
yood values in newest suitings
and trouserings offered by
Jacob Reed's Sons,
for spring and summer of 1900.
Fit and satisfaction guaranteed.
Samples shown by
G W. Patterson,
Concord, N. C.
THE CCNTAUH COMPANY. HIW YORK CITY.
of perfectly healthy grandmothers.
It is for women alone to decide
whether they will be healthy or
sick. The remedy for thir sick
ness is close at hand.
Corrected by Cannon & Fet
Good middling 9 65
Middling 9 55
Low middling 915
Stains. 8 65
Corrected by Swink & White.
Sugar-cured ham i ..... . 14
Bulk meat sides 10
Butter 10 to 15
Cbk-1 ens 10 to 25
Flour (X. C.) 10
Meal ... 70
A Testimonial From Old England.
"I consider Chamberlain's Covh
Remedy theibest iu tho wcild for
bronchitis, ' says Mr William Savory,
of WAreingtcn, England. "It Las saved
my wife's lift,-, she having beuii i martyr
to brorchitis for over six years, beins;
most of the time confined to her bed.
She is now quite iwell." For sa' : at
Maiah's dros store.1
- I ffl A SS c p
! Thirty Years
11 I Cl