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Arrival or Train.
u,,m Richmond arrire at 11:15 m.
Washington " " 9:5s p. m.
Atlanta " " 7:aj p. m.
Atlanta " " 9:35 a.m.
Nl"a' York " " 8:51 a. ni.
Aii.mta " " 9:00 p.m.
. "I'-u'viiul freight leaves at 12m.
ii'.Huml " ' "5:15 p. m.
. idi2 arc the local trains between
i a,;.! Allan: 1. Nos. 35 a!id36 are the
, i.i ns !cia:i Atlanta and Washing
a. nl 3S art- the Washington and
, . .,. ; a v .i . 1 Limited trains and stop
, i o'i signal.
i-.ATCII OF LOCAL NEWS.
rr t:sJ3i;:u Pencil PieMfior.
; (VKitz is quito sick at
': ii.-ne en Eesi Depot Btxeet.
X i) Felz:-r went home, Mou -cvenini;,
very much lmiiaposed.
' new j iil SSan'y i j to build
: occupy the site cf ihe j iii that
the roof of
', Wadj-vorth & (Jo's warehouse
Ac '.iing i Bi'ausoa'a alaiauuo
inf 10 have another year aiul it
- iu uj v til led 16'JG.
0 cK eugrijvt-d wedding invita
, v i-uruh iUid vioitiug cards at
a. J. F. Vorke's. 2t
1 c ;iner evue of a new Livher
. , ! cch v;:s 1 id at Ricbueld,
LJiiacy, Isv?t Saturday.
. i S'liuly Laterprise , says it;
to io;;e Mr. (J A Dry and
.!;.." We are the gainers.
s of the Oc ou horses here
Vv:e Sviu for live dollars.
J ;-jA.;:i wnl a;i h;3 next j ear.
' 4 iVrvy, who bccli
; y liur;e Uhus-t, return
.. ... " Grove, .MonJuy evening.
: ''wi; jon.se ii C the C.jbarrua
1 . r .-i 1 :d hui beeu couple ted and
... ;o;i, iie builder, h : j reaiiif-d
L:Ar C.yjli, C -.cghUr o-wO-jIi
u ihu CouLav iloiiie id
at D M VT Alker'3 if you want
iu the grocery and notion
Don't forget ths place op
, D 0 Furr'j at Forest liili, tf.
Cook, E'l; Bel!
1 (eilig and others, of
iiit, leave liext Saturday
- 7 " i
1 A i-obtL.;.: '.: cd ?,:He, Durhaiii j
i .c.-.eo'.vcr a . . 1 'e, Goldaboro ; J
v .chn anu wife, Wiustou, .-.Lid
i n;o wift-,"
r ;j Allan
' ' Oharl 'tie Kvvs vau captiyaN
::h BuiL 0 BiU's show. Bill
.. h.;;j dtii.; bettor there than in
.vy, or ele the Ne :.v3 just
n:nr oater ;."aes of the
Sims started cut to-xlay
) on hh rounds of collect
e rtptirocl by lav. It he
-Vj fv.rm r cheriiH have in
gathering rounds, he will
! a b x'y guard. Enough is usu
' :k cied t.. feed ihe horse and
i"r;(T beg his dinner.
I move the cw3t;p;.ted habit
'ny eafe treatment 13 a course
'.3 Pill' Milovedbva laxa-
' U i ('X,
I.Io:t other cathartics do
re hr,rm than good, therefore
1Mb?, especially as a family
alarm of fire at 11 o'clock this
-dug brought out the fire com
3 and caused people generally
"e1 e around lively. A pot of
' v. Inch was being cooked at the
residence of Mr. C L Welch, on
lin street, boiled over and caught
re and the thick smoke caused the
darm to be given. No damage was
::ie Salisbury Herald,
tzen editors wettj
to Atianta oa the
I1- P rrro : r . 1 .-,11
tion, church mm vii ,.ir0 J
Io said that Oerio.rd hue
m-irn.ge onthe 23rd. Now
this side light cf a prediction.
Dr. F E Harwell, of- G-orTevi;ie,
Was ;n iho ri.'-n TT . i.v
.v. x.VJ. iuiis yau as
natural and haadcome ao ever.'
Kev. M G G Soherer, by request,
id teaching a eha3 of oung ladies'
prejaring them to enter the Greens
Mr. B Asbor Klut?z, who has been
holu:ng a p.eitiou in Newtou for
some months?, is at home for awhile
He looks hearty and well.
Dr. S 13 Klutiz, of Albemarle,
and brother cf Mr. S L Kluttz, of
our to-::, has gone to Atlanta to
complete hi3 courde in deni3try.
Mrs. J M KusseU, who has been
here for several days, has returned
to Aib-jmarlc. Her husband 13 do
in some work at the. Buffalo mills.
A traaip, just as happy as you
please, eat near the calabcoie this
morning. He was oblivious of every
thing but the recult of his begging.
Albemarle has discarded the old
oakeu, mess-covered, iron-bound
bucket that hung in the veil. They
have put in a pump in the town
Eighteen theuiand people eaw
Buffalo Bill in Charlotte at the
afternoon and night ty.hibits. About
J10,0C0 carried eft' without value re
turned. Mr, E 1) Leivz, oae of the pro
prietor ef the Misenhcimer & Lentz
tspriuga, and o, e of the best farmers
of the county, spent Monday night
in the city.
Place your riika against fire with
B:.rro-.v & Hurley, A genu. 2t,
State Treasurer Worth says the
new Slate Bank E:;a:iinf.r, rryots
are ccuilu in rapidly, aid that
thrsc reports -hovv a. gratifying con
dition of the l'.ank(?.
One colored gciitletaMi, who re
turned from Charlotte Monday
evenii.ig, vi e so awfully drunk that
ho hid to be carried cut. Wild
Belize B-iH whiskey.
1) M Walker yxjz the highest.
market prices for all kind
countiv produce, ca:;h or barter
I :hnh: forget the place opposite 1) 0
Vui - Sa at Forest Hill.
oeacn. orto of the best
b bera hi the State, left here 2icu
u-,y eyening for Charlotte by private
. oiiyoyance, Ho drove one of Brown
Br;.' teamj. Mr. C F Wadsworth
phon al Mr, A M Brown Monday
night, that the horse had ta":-;ea sick.
Confusion a3 to the chcice of a
blood-'parifier i3 unnecessary. There
is but cue best Sarse.p:irilb, and
that i3 Ayer'a. This important fact
Vcta recDgniz'd at the World's Fair,
Chicago, 1803, being the only blood
purifier admitted to be placed on ex
hibition. The Standard had a yery plea3
ant call Monday eyening from Mr.
G E Jordan, who represents J 0
Ayer & Sen, large medicine manu-
factures ol lowen, iuaas. mi. oo.n
is the advertising agent and sales
agent. He is indeed a cleyer, affable
gentleman; he's a brother of
Druggist Jordan, of Charlotte.
Bkihop Hood, of A. M. E. church,
was here Sunday. He preached at
Hill's chnrch ou Depot street in the
morning and at Price Memorial iu
the afternoon. Several white pern
eons heard him and one, in particu
lar wa3 so well pleased that his re
marks about the Bishop's delivery
and sermon were most complimen
Only about a cc
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People WI10 Travel,, as Soon by Our
. U':; ;J -J --e is iv.:-
mg in bdUbiKv.
Jlri yiir7 Klich and Mr?. S G
Murr arc- vijiiin'iH iSaliburv.
Key. C A Mark?, of Chir.a
Grove, spent the day in the cdy.
Mr, ETowell, the miner, came
in from Charlotte this morning.
Mr, H I Woodhouse went up to
China Grove this morning on busi
ness. Mr. L G Wilmot, tailor agent,
of Charlotte, is in the city soliciting
Miss Nina Kimmong, of Mill
Hill, is visiting at Mr. John A Kim
monsk Mrs. C 3 Brewer, who ha3 been
visiting in the city, has returned to
Mrs. S J Lowe has returned
from a visit to relatives in Meek
Mrs. C G Montgomery ha3 res
turned from a visit to relatives in
Mr. C II Wilmouth, an experi
enced paino tuner having spent quite
a while in the city, left today.
Treasurer Worth says that there
are now in this State, 26 national
banks, 39 State, and IS private and
sayings b inks. Of the State banks
the kte examiner, Malvern Hill
Palmer, examined 13, leaving a like
number for each of the newexami
ners to inspect.
This morirngMr. John Caldwell's
horee had a narrow escape from be
ing run oyer by the yestibule. The
horse was on the track, but seeing
the approach of the train the driver
backed oil just in time to save the
horgp. Drivers are too careless.
j&T Look out for all trams.
Then Ta'.;- wa; r Jc. v.c -iro her Catcrl'i.
,Yhen s'10 was r. CliiU. !io cried for Casioriu.
When she boea::ie Xfe, cu:;0' to Ci.oria.
1'n ale hal C'ailJrea, she gave tbeo Castorla,
WTe have something
will knockj 'em out
lOEilll C f 1 1 L L lOiilC.
Yours to' ptease,
i i Mia 1
DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS,
CONCORD, N, C,
( v 1 i
f Vif, fiiends
( j i not
IU f ur
1 1 Finns
2 0 B w w saw
YE & SON.
WORTH OF DRY GOODS,
SHOES AND CLOTH
ING Will now be thrown on tlie market
that will be sold in the next 00 days at
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 tho 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.
TAKE PL A IDS
Something that every farmer will have
to buy, Until what we have is all sold,
will go at 3j cents per yard. They are
worth 5 c. One hundred pieces outing,
you will have to buy. W e 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.
Have been f-ut to the o'd-k. 'Tis im
possible for us to'inu,ke yoa appreciate
! tho bargains witho it seeb:j the stock.
Our price is beio w all other?.
Will go in cii lless quantities at 4 and 5c.
These goods have aii advanced, and will
cost wholesale what we ;;sk for our stock
but they must go.
' Tis oal oi qiiestioa, to daplic.il e our
MEN'S WOOL OYER .
Vvre will sell a lot of Outing shirts at
10c. Cotton under shirts all at whule
The largest stock of ladies vests, in
town will go at cut price.
Heavy wool trill Flannel will go fm
12 1 e. These goods cost in 3 re nj.v Lj
Bought al the lovrest notch ever reached,
will go out now, that will do you good.
Every person in the county knows 1
that tiie wholesale pnee on shoos ,
hr.s advanced from 233 to 50c p ir,
Now hcie is where we caj do you
tho moat ood. We havo . . .
worth cf Slues that v?o bought
v;hen tho price struck tho bottom.
Everybody will have to buy shoes,
and if cotton hag run up to a good
price, it will not brins you so much
cash, but what you will feel like,
you want to save as much of lho
money as possible. No7 wo will
placo you in a position to keep a
good- part of your money in your
pocket ad will distribute this
out to those who will take adyant
age of it at price3 on lots ok' stuff
even lower than we sold tho same
shoes last winter. If you want to
save money, you will want to see
our stock before you buy a single
This is a great opportunity for the
LOWE & SON,
If the fashion platea are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
war such a demand for
black: .dress goods
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. X at king
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 kare just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought wken
tke prices were low can
sell you ?,") cent Henrietta
Surah for fiOe 4G inches
wide Can sell you a $1
goods 50 inches wide for
7ic, Our stock of Black
Creapones are the latest
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods before buying else-,
Do you want to see tke
prettiest line of
ever skowu iu Concord
Then come and sec us and
Our jSo. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur o.71 Needle Square
Toe prettiest seoe on tire mar-
Our No, 09 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Oar No, 70 Kound Toe
grand seller, all at lewTigures.
Our city trade "Leader"
pure Linen 1 s3om extra
heavy muslin double front
and baclv, patent continu
ous facings on back and
sleeye.:, custom cut and
at the low price of fJOc.
Gibson & Morrison.
THOUGHT OF BUY
IKG A FALL DRESS? J
44 inchG3 wide 40 cents
per yard. 3 inch
21 cents per yard,
our line of ladies
Don t miss
them if you want a black
are simply elegant.