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ArrivftI of Trains.
r,,m Riohniondlarrives at 10:27 a. m.
Washington " " 9:58 p.m.
" Atlanta " " 7:22 p. m
Atlanta " ' 9:35 a. m!
New York " " a. m.
Atlanta " " 9:00 p.m.
,rthnouna ireignt leaves at 12m.
.,,,.:ll!)OUml " ' " CMC n tv.
; ami 12 are the local trains between
..! uil Atlanta. Nos. 35 and36 are the
trains neiween miania and Washing
ami 3s are the Washington and
,:n Vestibuled Limited trains and stop
.! vn signal-
I' OH () CENTS-
The Maryland Dmnn,.Qf; t
Asaocat.oa, eompoeect of fifty m?m.
bers, p,ssea doWn th3 Southern this
marmiiKon their way to Atlanta.
H Tncker, , pii: ; iL tiiC a
otate Insane a r-u
himself with a bed sheet to a joist.
market pries for all kind ot
country produce, cash or barter
A bCil OF LOCAL NEWS.
O ';aiij I'at in Shape lly Our
5 , isi ! i xi j: Pencil I uglier.
,. moon last night.
!v five more weeks until Christ-
juiicc .j raa-s and heating
... ;;::) at night. V J Kill. 1
'-' :; variety ot' r.r imps in
. e.iu-ru.iy :i:jd U; ay.
y -.uvor.j iii-.ve piiched their
' n-J p Osteal 00.
ai and baker-s for meats,
ruriavs from 4 5 -1 3 12 f
.; ;.- h;;o ,;iu
' "Oiv 8 CoUe-
Furr's at Forest Hih
In addition to other imnrovmpnfn
on the front of his store room, Ess
quhe W J Hill will put over the
sidewalk a beautiful awning, " Buch
as are m other parts of the town. It
may save some enow sweeper a cold
job this winter.
You may eat cheap food and not
be ecriorsly hurt by it ; but you can
not take cheap medicines without
positive injury, If you us? any sub
stitute for Ayer's Sarsaparilla, you
do so at the peril of your he .lth, per-
oapaot your life. Insist on havirg
Ayer's, and no other.
Mr. V T Tucker, formerly a citi
zen of Mt. Pleasant, bat now of
Anson count-; r prist Monday in the
city. He has a brother at Oinnoas
yil e. Mr. ! icker lost one leg in
the war, and t-vo years a-o while
hunting he accidentally shot his
foot -v hi j h h.el to be amputated
At 2 o'r.h civ ,013 afternoon the
funeral s-r-:oe of iho late Mrs. ol
E Castor wr.; coriUucted from the
homo tf iur .od on West Depot
street, by Uov. :.l Q 0 ychorcr, her
p:i;tor, wh:eh wus c-ooho..ho! at the
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
j jt restiL' place.
A r. 0
!ooo i-om iou:.
ne op' Wcit Cor bin
..h.;;o :i church
fj -o t :o lis rccm. 1
y " -' 0. be iiiouatod Sr.
Btepa and began
tloi door. (Jetting 110
ory institute .r Wincou
1. 0 a .v (.0 ..'.1.U1'
taiTri' ne turt.td aod remarked to a
1 1 tie nt'gro "chore mayn't be nobody
r; : -I
I'eople WI10 Travel, as Seen by Our
Dr. F E Hrtsell was in the city
Mr, Georg y Fi3hcr is visiting
in Charlotte for a re,? da73.
Mr. A J2Whittimore haa gone
on a lusinesa trip to Alamance
Messrs. J 0 Wadsworth and W
W Flowe returned la3t night from
Mrs. 3 J Lowe and daughter,
little Ashland, are spending the
afternoon in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M Harkey,
of Lexington, were in the city Alon
day en route to Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Maggie Johnson, accom
panied by her brother, Master Gor.
don, have gone to Atlanta to take in
Mrs. M L Ritch and mother,
Mrs. Murr, returned to Salisbury
this morning alter spending several
days m the city.
Mrs. S hi White, of Fort Mills,
o. C, is yisiting her sister, Mrs. J
M -Udell. Capt. Odell is in Besse
mer this evening,
Mrs; N F Yorke and Master
Scott, spent the afternoon at Harris
burg. They brought back with
them little Louija Wilson.
MissAooie ;3 )sr, after epoud
ingsome time in the city with her
sister, Mrs. J W Cannot), left Ibis
morning for Solem, where she will
spend some tioio with relatives.
Miased Camille Hunt, Liilie
Spring.', Vinnie Add-on and Mrs.
Z:b vV'alaer avrivvd m the city to lay
from L-.j.iogion to be m attendance
upon the mauiage event that will
00 oi v toiaorro. . ei.en!u;.
and Quality !
The most important is
Jo( DYE AND FINISH.
U Meteor Serge, So inches wide,
fj wool both ways, 23c per yard.
vj French Serpje,r45 inches wide,
f wool both ways, 40c per yard:
ft worth 50c.
U .rencli Henrietta, 45 inches
) wide, wool both tways, 50c-
Black Faille Francaise Silk
20. inches wide, 85c; worth
LOWE & SON
1 . j
Another lot of
r B'o UCLES!-
m black, 50 Inches w;de, $1.00
per yard, worth 1.5. fPho
(J - 'ye shaggy-got the curl up tb
1 . 1
I ) bilk and Wool, 3S inches .wide,
ft worth 75c our Jprice COe. if.c-o
That there are oulv no dnrs
left for 113 to clos (Hit our
StCC'k Of OOtls. TllH li;nrt ia
C) 1 short and there is lots of stuif
j here to be sold. In order to
ft Mo this we are goiDq to make
tue price move the goods We
will let our kid glove sale
continue for a fw days
There is good things in it
when you can buy 1.2.") and
gloves for v.oc.
IMPORTED PLAIDS, V
y 4 4
All kinds of!
t;G no vr
a!ie. iar i; tuck lias
Dcen cur br,vn in iu'Sch ntv
l ' c 1. a
1 T(i trim c!uoii
you can ai;
25 a ad ) ce;ts per pair. Fib
likeki i. J'oa'tjcoia.' too .ooj
We arc scllinr.
r c.ii i or tomorrow sa;;
v f.i: r, ..ib'. ;7 followed
eaz V'iC.i.iiire in
.,'.. . "
W v & VJ-lt
: o i u i a ;
:oloy morninf;. gae us the
: ;r, grcu:..t lor tins waiter.
' lib vl " 0 our attentioa
10 the n lit ory of tl
v .... i d droliiug houses in such
I ? - . A l.
1 - - j j - - &
o for a homo.
; f ! h-hl. tsf (3h irloLfe.
10 Concord at the St. Cloud
o hiy, Xovemb3r 2i). Hio pracs
iimiU'd to the e?e, ear, nose
u OLVw t f
I'u'p Kinunoni. of Mill
teaching a school at Centre
-jacoi house in No. 4 town-
?3he began Monday,
o io,- Xeisler and Master Lloyd
':, huterjmd nephew to Mrs.
' .i,tor, airied in the city last
from Rock Hill, S. C, and
.0 a ue nuance.
U-.i A'.ivd hod some very fine
:. .' !' d tii iv "viiinnr-r v rock"
He recently made a haul of
thut measured from ten to
yi-'i ;;bt inches.
. ;otio Xews": Mr. John Ran
Mill Hiil, Cobarru3 county,
;h3C.ty to lay, with a large
. :on of hie neighbors, en route
Exposition. Mr. Rankin is
010 of the delegation.
d,vi-i;l fnr A vpr't? II air
io such wiUely-srparated re
13 iJ'JULU iXUlCiiOi,
. and India nas kept pace with
ome consumption, which goes
aw that these people know a
thing when they try it.
I't'icsi Hill us.
Mr. C M Suther is oil duty to
day, he having stuck a nail on his
Messrs. B E and F E Binosofthe
Whitin machine shop, VJhit'nsville,
Mass, are Letting up five new
spinning frames la No. 2 Mill, con-,
taimug 2'S spindles, each of the
There is a great demand for
houses up thi3 way ; it seems the
supply is not equal to the demand.
Mr. W B Zinnnrrman has gone to
the Exposition to oee the sights.
The oy3lcr sapper which is to be
given by the Ladies Aid Society, of
the Forost Hill M. E. Church is
looked forward to with much an.
xiety, to U3 especially who haven't
had a square meal since roasting ears
and beans vanished from the mar
ket. Many thmks to the brave lire
men who so kindly postponed then
entertainment in order to help out
the goon ladies in this work, and it
is hoped that they all may have a
Mr. T R Peaiuger, of this hill, is
in hard luck ; he bought a pig and,
as he thought, eafely penned it, but
when he went to exhibit it to some
friends, to his great astonishment,
the pig was gone. It had either
crawled down a crawfish bole or
climbed cut. I will give a de
scription of the lo3t swine: A black
pic,' witn long snout and eye brows
a liberal reward will be given for
information leading to tho recovery
of the swinu
November 19, 1805.
till Wia.-i Iiiiis tHy .
Kit, the black mule that Mr. J
A Chue drives to hi..; milk wogd,
acted wry naughty early this (Tues
day) mom lag by making a dash
uo,vn Wes: Depot street, frighten.
several people and running the
h - ;k aj.iinot an electric light pole,
knocking all the spokes out of the
hind hrci, turned the can 3 out
and spilling milk all along the
street, which bore evidence that this
is a laud tint fi)ws with milk. Kit
w halted on Spriug street as she
confrontod Mr. Will Goodman's
hich it looked as if she
CAN N'ONS c FKTZhHl
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s 1 - & I - - S M r
53 IT'-a. ft
' v " M
j "v ! j ;r is r -;
COMING cub't let your fc,-
l P . 1 it . , Wl i!
iL cue lasuion piures are
to be believed, will we ir
vh ui ;y j;i
stav on the
T r .
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Strike in iiimlotle.
The strike of last week at the fur
niture factory in Charlotte is still
on. This morning's Observer says :
"The trouble is entirely confined
to the machine shop. Out "of fifteen
hands employed in there eleven haye
quit. As mentioned Sunday the
cause of the trouble wu3, the hands
state on account of a negro being
put on a machine and, and then the
white men refused to work in the
shop with a negro. They claim that
a negro was also given a white
man'6 place as engineer. Mr, Elliott
doesn't seem much concerned about
the matter. He told the bands he
would run the shop if he had to do it
himself. The hands siy he cannot
doit Two more men quit last;
lack, and there never
was such a demand for
BLACK I DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion of all col
ored ' fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman1.
appearance than a fine
black gown, which I . alik?
economical a 11 d u 1 1 r a f a 5 h -ionabie.
We hove just
gotten in our LI?.,. I: ond
navy blues bough L w.ien
the prices were low can
sell you IT) cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 4o inches
wide Can sell you a 81
goods 50 inches wide for
75c. Our stock of Black
Crea pones are the la test
production. We ask all
Oil n ;ih i () w ., -M ; e
- . v v A " v , Ull 1 I
you don't know thut LDVViro
ii clie "place to
n f 17.' r
fis time you are Hading it out,
other people know it and are
proiiting by it. No one wants
to sell shoes at the prices we
sell th -o, bul tli -y rnust b
goes every day and the people
who tade advantage of thi
Lnfiift.s to see our dress i sale ;ut money in their
goods before buying else-j pocket. Overcoats and suits
now a 1 uimosL want you want
We are placing a special
Do vou want to see the
prettiest line of
Wiv:-n r.aby v,-asi wo g ivo
.Miea she was a Chil.l, she crlvl for CatoriA.
When she became Miss, she ciun to Catoria
Iasu slid lia J Children, she gave tbeui Castor!',
LADLE'S SHOES i
ever shown in (JoiK.'ord j -LJ i-vJT ila
Then come and see us and
be convinced. j
Our No 40 narrow 0;ru . QO HNTEU
Toe perfect beauty,
Cur No. 71 Needle Sipiare j
Toe orettiest'seoe on the mar
Our No, 00 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish y-d:
in the middle ol our house
where we will place on it
every day something special.
and to keep up with this sale
Our No, 70 Hound Toe a lit will mv vou well to rlrnn in
grand seller, all at low figure 3, j every day 'and see what 13
The store room, next to Dove
Bost, now occupied by Sim3 ec Ai-:x
ander, is tor rent. It is 22x75, w ith
goed b are me lit.. R-s;sion giyo lit
January, 1$JC. Apob? to
. I.LI V ! i J I. X -I V. .Lj '. U. . '- 1 j
pure Linen Bossom- extra i
heavy muslin double front i
and "bacK, patent continu- i
sleeyes, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
ftiBSON & Morrison.
1 Wea'.vaat v
to come and
LOWE & SON..