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ArriTal of Trains.
Ko n from Richmondiarrivcs at 11:17 a m
35 " Washington o-ss d'. m'
9-& p. ra
7:22 p. m.
37 c" 8:51 a. m
0 " " 9:00 c-ra.
KjNorthbound freight leaves at 12m;
" 63 Southbound " "5:I5 p. m
Xos. n and " are the local trains between
Richmond and Atlanta. Nos. 35 and 36 are th
fast mU trainB between Atlanta and Washing
toa. Nos-37 and 38 are the Washington ind
;,uthwestern Vestibuled Limited train and aton
at Concord on signal.
For The Holidays
We are now opening the
handsomest line of Novel
ties for Christmas trade
we have ever displayed so
many beautiful goods, we
cant enumerate, we invite
you to call in and look
them oyer. We take
great pleasure in showing
them, for they are indeed
beautiful and everything
is SO CHEAP. Please
call early and often.
mi m store,
CONCORD, N. C
A HATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
r; o! x'rtaiKi Sul im Shape By OiIr
isiisllituv leu.'il liisher.
Til" roof at CoiTs )i?ery stable is
- .; -: . '
: i. u ...: . vt.
rrcl. CiVL-iina Ricf jast in at
j I' A'-iifton's lor 5 oen's per pound.
i1 - price of cotton is down to 8
criKJ K:dt-y. About aixtv-iive bales
V, vie tO d.
o.ttm?a!, hominy, gelatine,
and German's chocolate,
j;iyc?, m-.tcaroiu, canned
..!ib'jUo ui; J i Ai'isou',
ever;! business changes rill take
the tirst of January. Some
:ur; airpre you.
T o s.cii.t.ib of xa. 3G, north
I'judu passenger train, p-sed up thb
i:..d this morning.
A- i.Uiin iJUipose i to auggeat
f-.t he Tit't.ju ry is hort there was
-ecu why the i'Vi-i dent's UK-iiage
i'-)reC-ist for toaiorrow 8ayt: Fri--;.
; '.iiv, piv:j.'eu lcctl showers
t.tiy .iii -astern portion; slightly
cjlicr Friday morniug.
r:es;h c'uron, ruioins, recleaned
cu.iunte, i tracts and spices for
L .c cakts ;:nd Christinas goods at
Iii-i W. C. T. U. will iiipct in
-J. Cartl-ind's parlor on Friday at
15 p. m. Interesting notis of the
:.i:r, National Convention will be
f 1 r4 .
, . t
' iiE fcxAXDAKD regrets to an
Lj ;.,ce that Mr, Samuel S Sloop is
critically ill, haying been taken sud-
-uiy so dz an early hour this morn-
are glad to learn that Mr.
. of Mooiesville, who
- !oa critically ill for several
' ck, is convalescing. He ia now
k to be out,
J no. P Allison keeps a good line
oi dry oods, shoes, hats and gro
ueded which he offers as low as the
lowest. Cail to aee him.
Farmer J L Peck was in town
is in great hopes that Cabarrtts
? redeem her Democratic honor
ia 159G, and wants good doctrine of
t'iat nature preached from now on.
Circu3soap still leads -the market.
Celluloid and corn starch, Fearline
siid Soap Foam for sale at J P
The Key. Robert Collyer, while at
i'c breakfast table of one of bia
fiends near Boston was a8ked by
one of the family : "Mr. Collyer, do
you enjoy as good an appetite a8 you
We in yeara past ?" To which' he
replied; "Mv dear young lady, if I
lose the appetite I now haye, I hope
poor man will find it.
4 the upper show window o'
lorkejeWlery store is ,
Baptist SKs, m
I molt: t:!
ions ha hf A
r"r ave been made for the
entertainment of the Baptists, all
tht people throwing open their
nomes to the guests.
Small bojshadarreat timP 1
night in shooting fireworks. It is
ery oangeroua, when it is so near
the heart of town. Some one will
be kicking if this conduct is let go
The soft, rich, glassy sheen, so
much admired in hair, can be ge
cured by the use of Ayer's Hair
Vigor. All the : Stance that na
ture requires to make the . hair
strong, beautiful, and abundant is
supplied by this excellent prepara
tion This Stand a m composing room
was visited by a youug lady this
morning. Although not a printer,
her presence suggested a fair one.
Her gentle voice and sweet language
was so unusual that it eyen made
the "deyil" ninth.
"A Handy Note Book," partially
filled with notes on the bunday
School LeSvOiis, has been iVuud and
passed to us Lo find the owner. Bring
along jour dime aiicl get your prop
erty. Mr. John Wiaecoff, who hub been
on a visit home, received a dispaich!
from Dr. Murphy raiueoimg iiimj
to return on i!r:day; m accordance
with this he willieuvu Filouy morn
ing lor Morg-iiton.
Supenntendent L i) Duval ha3 re
signed as superintendent of the Ca
barrus cotton mi lie. This was done
because he is to take charge oC the
large mill at Cannon's facto; ics. He
vras succeeded Ly Mr. Wi'sou, for a
long time boss ot the btinuin room.
The numerous on ret ot rnomna
tism by the use of tlia old staud:ird
blood-punfier, Ayer'3 Sarsaparilla,
show conclusively that it is an ciiccj
tive remedy, if not indeed the speci
fic, for the mobt painful and persist
ent of maladies. What has cured
other8 will also cure you.
Preparations are being made for
the placing of the pipe organ. in
Central Methochfct church. A recess
will be built directly behind the
pulpit. It is thought th.it every
thing will stand complete by Jan
Auction Kale of Hordes anil 35ul.es.
I will sell at r ublic miction, at
Brown Bros. Stable, Saturday, De
cember 7th, 1805, at 11 a. m., one
car load of Kentucky horses and
mules. Thi3 3tock is just from the
blue grass country of Kentucky, and
among the load are some fine drivers
and saddlers, Also some heayy
work hordes and mules. This stock
will positively be sold regardless of
cost, rain or shine.
&s7Stock must bo as represented,
or money refunded. No by-bidding.
Yon will find the stock at Brown
Broi. Stable, or December 0th. Call
and inspect them.
Rt; spec tf ally,
d6wl K. A, Dodd.
Dr. Payne Oocn.Io JXori'olk.
Dr. R L Payne, of Lexington,
will shortly moyo ?to Norfolk, Va.,
to accept a sood position with a
handsome salary attached.
TVhen Baby was sick, we gave her CastorlA.
Alien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castcria.
Wliea she had Children, she gave thea Castoi is.
THE HUSH OF h.CJMANITY.
roojile W lio Travel, ns Seen by Oar
Mrs. Jas. a Fid k and child re-
-Mru. L C richer amH .VTioo T?
Mrs. L C Fisher and Miss K itp
it..,t. icimm'u ironi cnain
lotte. . ,
Miss Laura Wadsworth, pf
Charlotte, ia viaitiug at her broker's,
Mr. J 0 Wadsworth,
Miss Alice Shemwell, to the re
gretofher many friends, returned
to Lexington last night.
Mr, S J Lowe 'is in Charlotte
this afternoon. He will make that
city his home after January.
Mrs. Julia Misenheimer and
Mrs. Key. Lyerly, of Copal. Groye,
Staniy county, spent yesterday and
to day in the city.
Mrs. L D Coltrane lefc this
morning for Wilson, where she goes
to attend the marriage of her sister,
Miss JenmeGay, who visited here
Mr. Ii L Fearne, -he New York
miner who has a large interest in
Cabarrus gold mines, arriyed in. the
city last night and went cat to the
Kocky Kiyer mines to-day.
Mewrs V G McKindley, La.
throp 11 Diicon and W 0 Johnston
are added to the number of iew
Yorkers uovy at the St, Cloud hotel
who are spending some time in Ca
barru,s shooting quail, .
- ,. ., lv.(,
II im SiKic Willi lliia.
Mr. Sprigg Brent, one of the most
popular traveling men that comes to
(his city, spent Wednesday here. He
sells Collins for a Cincinnati house
and is making hi3 rounds this time in
cjtT.paijy with his bride, to whom he
h;;s recently attached himsell, in or
der to kill the gloominess connected
with his profession. Mr. and Mrs.
Brent will eyer fiud a welcome for
t h a i n w h en t h e y i e t n r n .
JV5i You Aitl Tliem?
The Lidiea Aid Society ot9 St.
Janies' Evangelical Lutheran church
v i 1 1 ask the aid of .the public on
Tuesday night nox. They will have
an oyfi'.rjr supper, and it will be one
of those old time enjoyable 'affairs
such us the ladies alone can arrange.
Will v on ?dd them? Don't forget
the d-le. It will be held in Armory
aiiii loni) .Serins
The tifteenth series of stock in
the Concord Perpetual Building and
Lo:vn Association opens Saturday,
December 7th. Call on the secre
tary and treasurer and subscribe.
The third series of stock mature8
and will be paid off this month, A
good paying investment.
J. P. Allison, Pres.
II. I. Woodhouse,
Secretary and Treasurer." d4T0fc
!Vot Jlany Men Attend.
Prayer meeting services are held
in the various churches one night in
each week, usually on Wednesday
night, but during the busy season!
the buaioeaa men don't close their
stores and give one short hour for
worship as should be the case. Men
do not attend prayer. meeting near
so well as the blessed women. At
one church in the city on Wednes
day night there were about thirty
women and nine men, including the
minister and acxton. Other
churches, we would infer, were at
tended by men and women ia about
the same proportion.
Let everybody go out on next
Wednesday night, especially the men
who are not 80 wrapped rip in tbeir
respectiye occupations that they cans
fo morpnine or opium In Dr. Miles' Paej
9 ills. Cube AU Pain. "Qne ceut a dose.'1
X TVtf T7TMTCU
AMn Hit at Trrnr I
The most important is
X .DYE .AND FINISH.
Meteor Ssrge, 85 inches wide,
wool both ways, 25c per yard.
French. Serce. 45 inches widp
. wool both .ways, 40e per Vard:
A worth 50c.
0 French Henrietta, 45 inches
A Wide, wool both wava. SOp?
U worth 65c " ' ' P
ft Black Faille Francaise Silk, (J
1 901 innY,
& " tiuc, ojc worm
Another lot of
ft in black, 50 Inches wide, fti.nn
W per yard, worth 1.35. TLcy Lj
0 are shaggy-got the curl up to T)
ft date. W
ft IMPORTED PLAIDS,
0 bllk and Wool 33 inches wide,
ft worth 75c our price 60 j. See
ft 25 and 35 cents !per pair. Fits
U like kid. Don't come too late.
Vfi nrp. bpIHtio-
ft' CANNONS &PETZEK
If the fashion plates lire
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
wa 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' s
appearance than a fine
black gown, which ia 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 betore buying 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 prettiest seoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Poinred Eazor
Toe the most stylish ypt.
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at low figures.
Our city trade "Leader"
pure Linen Bossom extra
heavy muslin double front
and bacK, patent continu
fcufl facings on back and
peeves, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
Gibson & Morrison.
y Finger Tipped
I ) 3 Ail
LOWE & SON
FIVE MORE VEEKS
vili you have the ad
vantage of this inag
niticent stock at your
Our house has been
rented to other pars
ties aim we will have
to give possession the
1st of January and to
close out the stock
we will sell goods at
prices that have never
been heard oL
always sold at 10 and
15 cents gons on our
bargain table to-day
at 5 cents. They have
GOT TO (3-0
All dress a.oods cut
to cost and below.
Flannels at prices you
have not seen before.
-VE SELL A
at 75 cents
worth Si. 25.
LOWE & SON.