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Arrival of Tram a.
jri,,n Richmond arrives at 11:15 a. m.
Washington " " 9:58p.m.
A t Lmt.i " " 7:22 p. rn.
A:;.;'i " " 9:35 a.m.
oik " " h:,si a. m.
.V ,.ni..i " " y.oo p.m.
v .:t atul freight leaves at 12m.
.u; nu.d " ' " 5:15 p. m.
are the local trains between
. Atlanta. Nos. 35 aml36 are the
trains hetweesi Atlanta and Wnshing-
u,.I ;'s are the Washington and
-, !i Vestibuled Limited train and stop
J DIALED PACKAGES
lIhr's Drug Store
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Milling ?:4 I1 iV,lH' r.
01 JIIVcirN;',' :. 0.
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; a .c cow : r ci: .;.
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c report saja : ''Sunday
;. r-.a--.: -SvivHj evening." '
, iu oca oyer Jolmaon'd
- 're. Apply to J B Slier rill.
c- . uiiioiie Objerver's Bo-iu-:'"
t-ent Friday in the city.
Yju will r: ri'i jnsc lots of wedding
; pi'esi nt? at CorrelTf.
'j : " . ; U i.'ier y is; no ?y running at
:. i oiuLr c.ilch up with
Mi. -MuKri 1 Bell, who has been
,.. fvv:-r f several weeks, is
,a.ij bitter today.
'.' r.-i :Y have reocivel a full aud
1 !i ? of ciiverwure.
. V i; Kmdiey, of -Mt. Pleas-
. . M-. icUiird from a isit to her
-r; ll:o ij E Eeihg of SaliS
1 1, )v ? due f t 11:15.
ror:X.v;. Novevibtr j
a ycdcoxdii waa ystsa i
.ay, M,veGjbtr I,"
Vv'e got j
then thiu give;
-M --nry is to have two moro cir
- . Lhis fall. Main'; big r si! road
' v.- :A Spark's horse fhow are
- j ., M. v W ij
i. on-ning winter Friday niht
-::.-.0:e waa given Friday night to a
-iiiler of young people at Capt. J
v l' Allison has just gotten in
' .-Hominy, Kollc-.i Oats, Prunes,
Mac-ni, Bakers Chocolate, Olives,
, etc., all freh and nice, tf
Merchants to-day enjoyed a splen
Ml cash trade, although the inclem
weather was a draw back to the
''W morning trade.
!' . b.id apply to Mrs. Dr,
JlMu 'U ; either regular or transciant;
?''C:ice on Church street, second
- ci of jail. Terms reasonable.
Cctton is down a fe w points today,
j- Highest prica paid, being 81.
r-1 receipts were also short today,
b-ing only about fifty bales
' - only permanent cure fnr
v- catarrii ie to thoroughly ex-
- poison from the sy3tc-m by
- M,:hfui and persistent uso of
, 'MirBapanlla, Thig woudern
--wly proves successful when
1 other treatment has failed to re
2vo the suHerer.
I . i v. -a-IP-Mi,
Rail Boa 1 Mills Snuff for sale,
wnolMKle and retail by J p Allison.
It would be w-11 for tho- who
hHve flowers and rare plants that
they viGh to preserve to take ood
cure of them from how on. A freeze
is predicted for tonight.
D M Walker piJ3 the highest
market prices for all kind of
country produce, cash or barter
Don't forget the place opposite D C
Purr's at Forest Hill. tf.
Every dwelling f ftDy conse
quence, as far &s va know, 13 occu
pied. If there be any, it ought to
be made known. There are en
quiries ev-ery day for houses.
The earth's vibrations on Thurs
day morning last were felt all over
the country. Dr, J) G Caldwell and
other early risers felt the shock. It
occuired about C;"0 o'clock m tue
When a desirable location can be
secured, Mr. Charles A Drv will
build him a handsome residence.
He cannot rent a hon.:e, there are
none in the city but that tire oc-
Mr. John M WineoofT, eon of lln.
Hettie WinecolT, who lies on South
ilaiii street U ort a visit to his
j mother. lie will spend eeveral
mon:h5 here before returning io his
hoDie in Morganton.
A cough which pcrM-t:; day after
day, should not be neglected any
longer. It means something more
than a mere loo. irrit i'on, ftnd fJ
sooner it is relived tho better. Tylio i
Ayer'a Cherry P o'.or;!.!. it is prornp
to act and sure to cure.
A traveling man, well known to
business men cf the city, b?camo
ssmewhat boisterous at the depot to
dy and used eoi'.e very unbecoming
language in the preface of several
liadioe. The police would have at
tended to him, but he was busily en
There came near being a scene at
the di$Oo to-day when Chief of Po
lice Boger nabbed H F Yow for non
payment of taxes. Yow produced
the money, but wanted to whip the
policeman. He was drinking and
hr i early m tbo d-y bsen fcC-Imc:
LLj. -eii- very much at the Odell fac
3 f I
Li., i::,-u a o.j xhe great danger to life and pro
I priy apt to result from a runaway
,wuib to be considerea a matter o
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trifling importance by many people
who carelessly leaye their teams in
fcho etreets. The wonder is that
more damage U nM" doL3 fron tho
fiequercy of such occurences, v. hich
are practiced every day.
l'roin Tlaree Cows.
Mr. J R Faggart, of Eimor's. this
county, settled today with a Concord
merchant for butter furnished him
for the past seven months, which
netted the farmer Just 873 . 84. This
is tho product of threo cows. Re
sides tho 73.84 derived from sales,
the butter used by Mr. Faggart's
own family must be added to it,
which weald mako the amount of
butter produced in sevgn months
exceed 80, valuing what he used at
the price he received for what was
marketed. He averagsd $10 per
month on butter alone, or $3.33J a
month per head.
Had to Knn and To at Ttselr L7raff.
Going to the 11:15 train to-day,
Brown's omnibus was loaded to its
utmost capacity with passengers and
luggage. It left the hotel a little
behind time and was to make a call
at the home of Mr. H I Woodhouse.
In backing up to the sidewalk the
tongue popped in two. The pasaen
gers had only a few minutes to make
the train, and with their luggage in
hand the whole par tys truck a trot,
making the trip in plenty time.
Seyeral ladies were in the 'bus.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Wiio Travel, hh Seen by Our
Mr. R A Brown went to Bei
seiner City today,
Mrs. Juif, E 'idle-man hi
turned from Atlanta,
Attorney M H Caldwell went
up to Stateaville Friday night.
Prof. 0 L T Fisher, of Mt.
Pleasant, spent rhe day here.
Dr. John F Reed arrived in the
city this morning from New York.
Drummer M B Hartsell is in
the city. He will spend Sunday
Miss Fannie Duncan haa gone
to Charlotte to spanl Sunday with
Mr. George A Holdennes3, cf
Tarboro, is registered at the St.
Engineer Robert, ence of the
Southern, arrived in the city today
Mr. Dan F Summery returned
co C'Urlol todfvj , after epeading a,'
wtwk in ihe i-ic
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Bobbins!
will arrive cn the vestibule tonight
htiii Jckscnvilie, Fia.
Mr. C II Wihnonth. of Ohar-
I'-uc, i in the city. 113 represents
;oj' Music iiouce.
Mr j. Dr. D D Johnson returned
to My from "Is. Piuirjiit, ?rhere she
baa been visiting for several day?..
Dr. A II Dreher passed through
the city to-day from Mt. Pleasant,
en route to the Atlanta Exposition.
Miss Lila and Mary Stafford,-of
Harrisburg, spent y Saturday v nd. Jat
nijr.ht in the city with the - Miscea
Misa Ella Walter arrived home
this morning from Mount Amccna
Seminary to gpend Sucdiy with her
Mrs. K E Ridenhour and child
returned today from Lexington, and
Greensboro, where theyhave been
Eiouire J C H Birkhead a:d
daughter, Mix Aunie, left today for
a visit to Mr. Joh. Uraham s, in
Rowan conn My.
Miss Constance Cline, accom
panied by her ' class-m ite, Miss Ad
die Jenny, came up jester day after
noon M,;-it Amcem Seminary
to ep-d i-u uday at Miss Cline'a
Mrs, li M Borrow and children
left today fcr a few days vl3it to
friends at- KMk's Mountain. Mr
Barrow will follow them later, when
tho family will go to the Exposition
For any case of Itch or Eazema
that I can not cure. Come at once
and gel vuii. No clthe no pay.
Old Dr. Odam,
Morris House, Concord, N. C.
P. S. Itch cured in five days.
Green Weddington, the negro con
vict who was transferred from the
jail to the county home about a
month ago, died this (Saturday)
morning at the latter place.
When Baby a3 6lck, we gave her Castorla.
iVTien. she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she becaune MLss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla,
Contractors and BuiUlers, Attention
The G W Patterson JmanufuCtur-
ing company have a contract for the i
erection of a stcrs house to let. Bide j
cpr-i for ton a-ye. C-ui aaa see
plana, etc G. VV. Patterson,
8 Dye Finish
1 J J
The most important is
ft DYE AND FINISH. V
1 . (
Meteor S-rge, 05 inches wide,
f 1 wool both ways, 20c per yaiI.
V French Serge, 45 inches wide, U
f , wool both wavs. 40c per vard: r
A worth oO -j.
' X V T
f j French Henrietta, 45 inches
wide, wool both ways, 50c;
ft Black Faille Francaise Silk,
U 20 k inches wide, b5c; worth
Another lot of
ft in black, 50 Inches wide, $1.00
per yrd, worth 1.35. They
( j are shaggy got the curl up to"
I II PORTED PLAIDS,
bilk and Wool, 3$ inches wide,
worth 75c--oar price GOc. bee
25 and o3 cents per prnr.
like lid. Don't come too lute. l
ft CAW NOTS & FETZEK
If the fashion plates 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. .Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman1 -
appearance than a fia::
black gown, which is alike j
economical and ultra fash- j
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 4G 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 baying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur No. 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiesfseoe on thejnar
Our No, 69 Pointed Eazor
Toe the most stylish yet:
Our No, 70 Eound Toe a
grand seller, all at low figures.
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.
Stock jiiust. mt
t IT O
time is .jttiPir
lelt to cleai out
and tli ore; is !c:
vv e can t Laiii mw
i papers ail oi oav
here is whnt V.e wi l
balance of our
T V !1
all reduced to 7.', ceu..-. This
will include eyery thirty in the
house in Kid G-Iovj--?. We
have been sellim.? litem ffor
fl.10, $1.25 and 81.50.
have 75 tl
sold. New Styles and
handsome goods. The
prices are right. Uo'one
will touch us on prices,'
Cheaper than you
have ever seen them.
We are offering th - low
est price on
you everj heard of. A
good many thousand dol
lars worth that must go.
Everything is cheaper
here than you have
ever seen it,
LOWE & SON.