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irrival of Trains.
,.. K:chmond arrives at 11:15 a. m.
: W iiiiiRton " " 9oS 1. m.
Vianta 7:22 p.m.
-.vU " " 9:35 a.m.
vw York " " 8:51 a. m.
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" are the local trains between
' i 'uTAtlanta. Nos- 35 and36 are the
Kii"!,m';!l'.'j:,,s between Atlanta and Washing
Ijsi ". ''.'!. " j-iii ? are the Washington and
ton , siiiiulcd Limited trains and stop
i'lr-.Vl .''I signal.
,v BATCH OF LOOAL NEWS.
,', ,? ami in, Shape lly Our
ji r.'.jlinu Pencil Pusher.
n'v. p- Luvare editors siopped over
h ir'.'tt-? on Saturday night,
j f h -j-zr baa just completed a
0,to.i frin in No. 2, near the riyer.
John A Ciiue waa eo indieposs
1 h: w.i 3 bousefaston Sunday.
r Murr, uncle of our Murrs in
Com' -i'M qite'eick at his home in
..: j engraved wedding iuvita
l0) c- .Tch and visiting cards at
A. J. v J. F. Yorke's. 2t
W ill Ic:iton is making splendid
in placing the shafting at
iLc C Patterson mills.
Mr L Ed. Heilig, of Salisbury,
who b ulLrcd by the recent fire, got
fi:;' it; :;uiv-nce.
M:s.; Maudo Brown, to the de
of her friends, was out again
Simday after several weeks sickn -ss.
Mr. II M Goodman while hauling
cjtioi: Saturday, sprained his ankle
so bally that he could not walk on
:i.sL at I) M Walker's if you want
a: '.vtliing in the grocery and notion
line. Don't forget the place op
posite D C Furr's at Forest Hill. tf.
M: II E Ridenhour has a large
j ih t 13 down with pneumonia.
ilnf. is what the hog doc-
:.) Liils thio s vine,
Mr. Kobt. W Gadd, Jr., who is
iiu. a course in Liddle Machine
Sho;-. at Charlotte, spent Sunday at
bis hum : near the Reed mine.
II v. P II E Derrick, of Mt. Pleas
iiit. wad 1 11 the city. He is making
I'v.r ;:ion3 to go on a business trip
to lr; old home in South Carolina.
TJ.v Biptist Association of
-'x c-iciibarg and Cabarrus meets in
Cuuu;:d this week, with Key. J 0
Alderm m's church, on Spring street.
ic : . that the mulemarket!
out ,.. ha3 become brisk and that
ih: prices h?ye gone up. T L Hitch, ;
rT- '-inriotte, has juat returned.
A Walker pays the highest
iurket prices for all . kind of
country produce, ca3h or barter.
Pon:t forget the place opposite D C
nt Forest Hill. tf.
The Populists should plant big
i-I0i'-- f-f cotton next year, so a 3 to
; : i' down the price. Five cent
:: is the best of campaign ma-
J A Lipe,'an experienced mill
:- who placed the machinery at
f-bo Cabarrus RoHer Mills, was in
city. He is intererested in the
LVman Boger suspected that a
e'ame was going on in the
-- uyti-iiun old graveyard, on Sun
: At the sight of him there was
- ' j. ration of colored boys.
1 hour for holding tha evening
- :j at Central M. E. church has
"nmged to 7 o'clock iastead of
and the Sunday school hour
; ;0 a. m. to 3:30 in the after-
r.Mio?e the constipated habit
' ' ufe trtatrnent is a course
' , r'o Pills, tollo .ved by a laxa-,:V-
-' t. Mo3t other cathartics do
harm than good, therefore
wading physicians recommend
Oyer's PillSj especially as a family
I Sample engraved weddim? in,ifp
uod, cnurcn and vising cards at
A. J. & J, F. Yorke'a. 2t
Henry Ritz and C L Graber leave
tonight for Burlington to attend the
Fair. Ritz goes to sell lemonade
and taffy and Uharlie Gr,ber goes to
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a3e nis pa.
Henry Johnson and family, Say6
the Salisbury World, who hare been
working at the Vance Mill,, left thin
morning for Concord. They will
work at the Buffalo mills at that
Up till two months ago the baby
in the home of a No. 6 man was 14
years old. That's not the case
now the baby of that home is now
just about two months old. We
have no namea but speak to our
genial friend, Mr. Lum Goodman.
Confusion as to the choice of a
blood. punQer is unnecessary. There
is but one best Sarsaparilla, and
that is Ayer's. This important fact
was recogniz ed at the World's Fair,
Chicago, 1893, being the only blood
punGer admitted to be placed on ex
hibition. The World says that Buffalo Bill
lost money in Salisbury. He got
juat as much as his axhibit was
worth, It is delightful to know
that ne left more in Salisbury than
he took out. That kind of a "bal
ance of trade" with such aa exhibit
tion as Buffalo Bill's is the proper
and just thing.
We have had our pencil sharpened
for some time ready to write up a
double wedding, but the eyent per
sistfl in not occurring. We'd give
you a hint on the subject as to who
the parties are, but we've been warn
ed not to do so and will have to take
a dare this time. Hurry up, gen
tleman, we're out o' copy.
Iu a Peace Bond.
William Gadd had his brother,
Mr. Robt. W Gadd arrested on Sun
day. The warrant charged that
Mr. Gadd had threatened to. whip
William Gadd. Mr. Robt. Gadd
submitted and was bound to keep
the peace in a $200 bond, Drf Lisle
going on the bond.
It came about this way : Mr. R W
Gadd on going home from tof?n one
day last week, after hearing the
rumors circulating against him and
believing that his brother, Mr-
William Gadd, had started them
simply remarked : "If I were to
meet Bill today I believe I would
get off my mule and thresh him."
This is said to b2 all of it; and
rather than stir up things Mr. Gadd
preferred giving bond which he very
readily did with Dr. Lisle as security.
Chalmers Ploit Terribly Frightened.
The fiend that committed the ter
rible crime in No. 9, Friday night,
is in jail. At every noise he shakes
like an a:pen leaf he's frightened
'almost to death.7
At the trial before Esq. Smith,
Saturday, he refused to deny or ac-
knowledge any statements made. He
eat dumb &s an oyster. He was
brought to lail, Saturday nignt, Dy
guard of half a dozen men .
Attorney V. ii. Means Quite Slcb.
Attornev W G Means was taen
ill Friday night, and since then has
suffered intensely. He passed a bad,
restless time all o? Bunday nigni,
but we are glad to say that he has
been resting quite easy all day.
While not seriously ill, nis sick
ns ia such t'latualess it yields
readily to medical treatment .may
oon become quite serious, hib
rienda wish him a speedy recovery.
The Department of State at Wash
ing has received a cablegram from
Mr. Robert S Chilton. of ,thatVDe.
rfmpnt. dated Trebizonde, Ar-
nietiia, eta&ig tb&t &U is quiet thW
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel as See by Onr
Ef quire C G Montgomery is in
Cinrlotie tod. y
Mr. Gerrge Murr spent yester
day in Salisbury,
Mr. John L Robinson, of Char
lotte, ia in the city,
Mr. Watt Melchor, of Moores
ville, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Maynard
ere oyer fiom Charlotte yesterday,
Mr. John M McDowell, of Mor
ganton, spent Sunday in the city
On legal business Judge Mont
gomery went to State3yille this
Messrs Leroy Smith and Row
land Harris were in the city yester
day from Salisbury.
Mr. John C Wadsworth and
Master Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. S J
Lowe are in Charlotte today.
Mr.U P Query left Saturday
night for Harrisburg or Charlotte,
the reporter knoweth not which.
Messrs B E Harris and John
McDowell went over to Oharlotte
this morning by priyate conveyance,
Miss Carrie Neisler is expected
in the city tomorrow night from
Rock Hill, to be the gue3t of the
Mr. and Mrs. J B Sherrill and
little daughter, Mary Lilly, and Dr.
8 L Montgomery left today for the
Miss Mary Montgomery, who
has been visiting in Danville, Ya.,
Clinton and Reidsville tor several
months returned to the city today
from the latter place.
Mr. C A Pamplin returned to
the city Saturday night from a visit
to Virginia, his home, and Balti
more. Mr. Birchfield, his relief, re
turned to Virginia this morning.
Mayor Warwick and the Philadel
phians who came down with the
Liberty Bell, left Atlanta on their
return trip Saturday afternoon
They travel by special train.
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla
Vhen she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria,
When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria.
Tien, she tmd Children, she gave them Castoria,
will knock 'em out
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LOWE & SON.
WORTH OF DRY GOODS,
SHOES AND CLOTH-
Will now be thrown on the market
that will be sold in the next 90 ilays at
the greatest 1
SLAUGHTER OF PRICES
ever heard of in Concord. Our entire
stock was bought through the summer
when prices were at the lowest point.
Now we are going to give tha Concord
trading people the benefit of this stock at
prices far below all competitors.
We want you to listen and be govern
ed accordingly to what will happen.
Something that every farmer will have
to buy, Until what we have is all sold,
will go at 3 cents per yard. They are
worth 5 c. One hundred pieces outing,
you will have to buy. We will let what
we have go at 5c. This is the 8 and 10c
The 8 and 10c kind, will go at 7c. Nice
styles and new goods.
TTn vn hpfn int tn t h A nni.'Or. 'T?a 1m-
possible for us to'make you appreciate
li ri hovrrnlna tirtf L ah f r r i v Pf li of "Ir
Our price is belovr all others. .
Will go In endless quantities at 4 and oc.
These goods have all advanced, and will
cost wholesale wbat we ask for our stock
but they mnst go.
'Tis out of question.jjto duplicate our
MEN'S WOOL OYER
We will sell a lot of Outing shirts at
10c.1 Cotton under shirts all at whole
The largest stock of ladies vests, in
town will go at cut price.
Heavy wool trill Flannel will go for
12c. These goods cost more now by
Bought at the lowestjnotch ever reached,
will go out now, that will do you good.
Every person in tho county knows
that the wholesale price on shoes
has advanced from 25o to 50c pair.
Now heie is where we can do you
the most sood. We have
worth of Shoes that we bought
when the price struck the bottom.
Everybody will have to buy shoes,
and if cotton has run up to a good
price, it will not bring you po much
cash, but what you will feel like,
you want to save as much of lhe
money as possible. Now we wdl
place you iu a position to keep a
good part of your money in your
pocket aid will distribute this
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out to th03e who will tala advant-
k 1 if ff hrinAS hti lofcs'OI stuil
jeven lowet , 'than.w,e sold the same
laVi Aai Inaf i 'isrt,&V. If VOU Want tO
savel'money,. you "wi 11 want to see
fxU'w ?;4-Wir vflfnrA - Von buv a Binffle
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
waf such a demand for
black; :dress goods
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman'
appearance than a fine
black gown, which is alike
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We have just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 46 inches
wide Can sell you a $1
goods 50 inches wide for
75c, Our stock of Black
Creapones are the latest,
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods before buying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S SHOES '
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Our No, 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiest seoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yet.
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at lowfigures.
Our city trade "Leader"
pure Linen Bossom extra
heavy muslin double front
and back, patent continu
ous facings on back and
sleeyes, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
Gibson & Morrison.
THOUGHT OF BUY-
ING A FALL DRESS? J
44 inches wide 40 cents
per yard. 33 inch
27 cents pr yard,
our line of ladies
Crepons, Crovenetts .and
Henriettas. They are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
dress. Our : ' "'' j -. "
1 1 1 i 1 . I " 1 " -' -
T;iare;LsimJly-; elegant. v'
Jack - Dress
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