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jirriTi1 f Trains.
pirhniond arrives at 11:15 a. m.
S,:'nlhi"Kton 9P- m.
35 .tlant;i , ti P-ra-
" 3 Atlanta , 9-35 a. m.
- New York b:5i a. m.
57 'w'uiM 9:ooP.m.
i' v r vn.und freight leaves at 12m.
-V, hNiid ' , , 5:15 V?-
f;-sl", tl, arc the local trains between
:1- ;!anta- Nos. 35 and36 are the
- .v.;o:i" ' ',etwcen Atlanta and Washing's:"-1''
:V- 'md s are tne Washington and
'i'y,' N-1" -; , , ' vcsti'luled Limited trains and stop
V SEALED PACKAGES
zer's Drug Store
i a rn i)h h a 1 news
Piikfd Vp.and Put ln)Abape Bj Our
tlustliHtr Pencil Pusher.
The drought is broken.
ce Con-ell's line of silverware.
The small boy haa begun Baving
Correll's hare received a full and
complete line of silverware.
Some snow fell Wednesday night,
i: then turned to a long looked for
Kail Koal Mills Snuff for sale,
wholesale and retail by J P Al lison.
No turkey raffling will bt allowed
fcis year, as in former turkey sea
Yon will find jitt lota of wedding
and birthday presents at Corral Fa.
No. 1 ward has another inhabitant.
He will, in the coursa of time, be a
?;nnine Democratic voUr.
Mrs. John Boat of Concord, is quite
sick with fever at her home in Salis
bury. For board apply to Mrs. Dr,
Holden ; either regular or transcient;
residence on Church strest, second
door east of jail. Terms reasonable.
Today is Atlanta Day at the Cot
ton States Ezpoiition. All the busi
es houses suspended business for
J P Allison has just gotten in
rge Hominy, Kolled Oats, Prunes,
Mjiwaroni, Bakers Chocolate, Olives,
Pickles, etc., all fresh and nice, tf
North Carolina annual confer ace
of the Methodist Protestant church
convenes at Greensboro Nov. 20th
at 10 a. m. in Grace M. JbJ. church.
Wannaniaker & Brown have the
prettiest lina of sample clothing m
Concord. Sampled can be found at
Sima & Alexander's.
After next Sunday the southbound
train, that is due here at 11:15,
get here at 10;30. This tram
stop in Salisbury for breakfast.
ft you want some nice, strained
fcouey call on Mr. S L Kluttz at his
Market. He has between 400 and
00 pounds. i came from his own
It was amueing to see three old
Uemeu, two widowers and a
--heinr, j along the street, each
!; -Ting a email rocking chair the
tab y size.
f) M Walker pays the highest
-rKet prices for all kind of
'ry prcdur.e, cash or barter,
'-u t forget the place opposite D C
rr'sat Forest Hill. tf.
the interesting adverts .ent
Uunons & Fetzer. They nuve a
-u;:e tosdaynd they offer scoe of
tile very latetand beat, besides at
A freight train was wrecked, at
Salisbury Wednesday night, when
four earn were derailed, causing a
deUj of four hours in the south
bound passenger tram.
Rev. Paul Barringer has he-u in-
w uiwco lue Ainenaeum of I
-Nortn Carolina College, on
His subject wi)l be "Unde
Threatening our National Lif,
Dr, T T Feme, President of the
North Carolina Conference Metho
dist Protestant church, will preach
at annonville the Methodist J
cnurcn, uesdy, November 5th at
7:30 p. m.
A slight chan- of schedule will
go into effect on the Southern Sun
day. No. 11, tho southbound tram
that now due hrie at 11:15 a, m..
will arriye about 10:30, three-quari
rs of an hour uiriier.
The idea of sloning io death the
one who propheni-xl that thiu genes
ration would all die out before rain
would fall agak, has been abandon
ed, but his prt;gno3ticationb will
bear little weight as to when it will
In many case'-, ihc first work of
Ayer's Sarsapir:lla is to expel the
effects of the othor medicines, that
haye been i.ried in vain. It would
be a saving of time and money if
experimenters took Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla at first instead of at last.
The Stndaud adds a new face
for the next 12 months. It has here
tofore come and gone at will but
now it will be here the year round.
You can not i'o better than call at
Fetzer's Drug Store. They adver
tise a line of fine candies.
Owing to the lateness of the train
Wtdnesday night the wedding party
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G Daniels
was detained at the St, Cloud for
several hours, and with a large num
ber of friends the bride and groom
spent the tmie most pleasantly.
Wo know whereof we affirm when
we state that Ayer'a Pills, taken
promptly, at the first symptoms of
colds and fevers, arrest further pro
gress of these disorders, and speedily 1
restore the stomach, liyer, and bow
els, to their nonnal and regular ac
tion. Get your guns and dogs in trim
ior the hunting season, which opens
after the 15th of November. If
quail in proportion in the oountry
are as numerous as dogs are in town,
the influx of partridges this year
will surpass any p reyious season,
North Carolina State Fair (colo
ored), Raleigh, N. C, tickets ou sale
Nov. 5, 6 and 7, final limit Nov. 11,
1805. Fare for round trip, includ
ing one admission to fair grounds
$3.55. Continuous passage ana -no
In the absence of Prof. Shinn
Wednesday, who was in attendance
upon the Daniel-Bost wedding, the
management the graded school
vas under the supervision of Rev. J
O Alderman, whose presence doubt
less had good effect upon the cbilds
ren. Mi. Alderman is greatly
p'.ced with the school and its sys
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally needed, when the languid
exhausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and tho
needs of atonic and alterative is
felt. A prompt use .of this medi
cine has often averted long and
psrhaps fatal bilious fevers- No
medieino will act more surely in
counteracting and freeing tho sys
toni from tho malarial poisoc. Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness yieT to Electric Bitters.
50c end 1.00 twi bjttic at FeUors'
THE RUSH 'OF; HUMANITY.
t'oople Who Travel, hs Seen by our
Mr. and Mrs. 0 A Dry have re
turned from Albemarle.
Mr. H Li Fowler will return to
I morrow morning from tie Exposi
Mrs, D J Bostiaa. returned last
night from a lengthy vi3k in Char
lotte. Mrs, Dr. D D Johnson
spending several days with Mrs. L
J Foil, at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. O E Woods:n, of Rich
mond, spent last night in the city
and left today for Atlanta.
Mr. S D Shappirio, of the Balti
more Bargain House, arrived today
and is stopping at the St. Cloud,
Mr. J D Suttenfield, after do
ing the tnwn with insurance policies,
returned to Reidayille, his home last
Messrs S J Lowe and Frank
McGraw returned this morning from
Atlanta. They returned today on
account of rain.
From a letter Written "by Rav. J
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich-,
we are permitted icmae this ex
tract : ' 'I hava no h6si(aipn in rec
ommending Dr. Jhtin' New Dis
covery, as the results verd almost
marvelous u- thsase-tjf. .'my wife
While I was pd$$f he;;fiaptisfc
Church at Rives iuhclion she -"was
brought down with nouhpnia sue
ceeding La -(ipJLtrible
paroxysms of coughing' .would last
hours with little interruplon and it
seemed as if she could 'not' survive
them. A friend1 recommended Dr.
King's New DiscQvrJ.; it;was ciiiclf
in its work and highly satisfactory
in result." Trial bottles 4 free' at
Fetzar's drug store, .Regular size
.50c rati $1.00, l -r.
mm a iw 'if ..'.v
At Dsnyer, .Col0ra;j Strange
man named Francis SchlotWr is daily
heling thousands, of jsick, lame,
paraljzed, blind and deaf persons rpv
simply touching them.
The Daily Newa of Denver; gives
a long libt of miracalouB cures ef
fected by him, under .the heaoUneof
"What Manner of Man, is; Tis ?"
From the accounts of hia powers as
given in various reputable news
papers, it would seem that there is
something mysterious about this
Fourteen years experience in tho
treatment of Cancers, Piles and
Chronic Sores. Any case taken. A
cure guaranteed or no pay. Offioe
at Morris House; office hours from
8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Old Dr. O om.
It is. enjoyable to read a good
story of the bitter being bitten, and
thj following oue may not be amiss :
A class of students, holding a
grudge against one of the professors,
tied a live goose to his chair. Upon
entering the room the professor saw
the goose, and calmly walking up to
the desk, addressed the class as fol
lows. "Gentlemen, as you h ie succeeded
in getting an instructor so much
batter qualified to direct the bent of
your ideas, I beg you will pardon
me for resigning the chair."
CootraUorsand Ballderi, Attention!
The G W .Patterson manufactur
ing company have a contract for the
erection of a store house to let. Bids
open for ten days. Call and see
plane, etc.. Gr. W. Patterson,
a loaded gun
g Dye Finish
The most important is
ft DYE AND FINISH. W
Meteor Serge, 35 inches wide, Li"
wool both ways, 25c per yard. p
French Serge, 45 inches wide, U
wool both ways, 40c per yard: p
worth 50c. l4
f i French Henrietta, 45 inches p
wide, wool both ways, 50c;
u worth 05 c U
Black Faille Francaise Silk, W
20 inches wide, 85c; worth
Q Another lot of
in black, 50 Inches wide, $1.00
W per yard, worth 1,35. They
fj are shaggy got the curl up to
fj bilk and Wool, 38 inches wide,
worth 75c our price 60c. See
m 25 and 35 cents per pair. Fits
use Kia. uont come too late.
We are selling.
X CANNONS & FETZER X
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
Was such a demand for
Black dress goods
to the exclusi9n of all col
. - ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman's
appearance than a fine
black gown, which I !ko
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We have just
gotten in our bhxk 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 beiore buying else
where. Do you want to sew the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S SHOES i
eier 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, GO Pointed lta;or
Too the most stylish yt.
70 Bound Toe $
rand seller, all at
Our city trme
pure Linen i3os3om t-xcra
L-.avy muslin double front
and back, patent continu-
on back and
sleeves, custom cue ana
at the low price of 50c.
Gibson & Morrison.
LOWE & SON.
OFFERING NOW A BIG
Until the 1 st of January, at
prices that will' be yery
much, lower than we
have everjj sold
At $2,25 and $6.00.
Ladies Cloaks $2.50.
All Dress Goods cut to
Not , a ,fsingle article ahalllwe
keep. Everything must
go. Cost not consider
ed in this closing out
MENS' SUITS BOYS'
and PANTS -all must go.J
If you want SHOES we
Everything going now
lower than we could
Spend Your cash whereat
will do you the most 'good
and to do it you want to go