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Arrival of Tralix.
s-v, ii from Richmondiarrives at 11:17 a. m.
s V.nn1uKVW 9:5I P.m.
-2 " Atat.ta " 7:22 p.m.
,,, Atlanta - 9:35 a.m.
" NewVork " 8:51 a. m
', Atlanta ' g:oop.m.
tht'MMM I re? lit leaves at 12m.
.thV.imd ' "5:,5 p. m.
v. n and 12 are the local trains between
j k -. vi.I ami Atlanta. Nos. is and 16 ro
"... n::i' trains between Atlanta and Washine
,j( 57 and 3S aie the Washington and
,-.itl:-vvt-tern Vestibuled Limited trains and stou
; 1 on signal. K
v;tT PRESS THE BUTTON
WE DO THE REST."
VV hen ,you nre trying to
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.iiitv ui n ounauiu I'leatJJLll IOr
5 ( f h,i;iv s or vvpHmtirro
CKET KODAK. It's out
' iI j ordinary line it will
,r n predated. Its not a
-1 thing, but does all that a
camera will do, but on a
Call in and see the Kodak
are agents for the Kodak,
,t l us have a snap at you.
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VI, V W k ' U J
A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
l in Shape Hy Osir
ue Cuief of Police is wearing a
Carolina Hict just in at
...i, : -u'o lor 5 cents per pound.
vciy mieiy have
i. Cnei3 who?
-i sterling siiyer top a cent
1'orke s jewtdry store.
Hotel, of Coiumb::i,
" ) Co.bia street.
il-:u-c is tor
Apply to W
'l!.,Oi.U' t . . Gu-:r ill
: ;Ltli lis I'tUcrul
rs to Ise i:i Oharlotfe
rowd wiil go
te ; L
lit ii.'. Oilly t JiUg :.'JL'll Oil the
.ii tuac h raised by r.'jizipeople
. c.i CieCted tO 2K
d Dr, U
i T ' i C
l.-i tlii ii.'rk't.
.Divs for tomorrow
f.ul in the temperature of
;.'oll Citron..; x ildllli,
.i.its, eitradtl- a ad spices tor
.',-ai.ej and (Jhristmas goods at
bo-::r 1 of slo wards of Central
.--A church will nic-.-t to-
,w, rr r,. n li C.n
J 111. JLk V Ui 'wt I'I l '
David L Parish, who wai
-ith paralysis some time
' ib iible to walk about his coun
- ii.;ai r, wo are glad to know.
Tlie infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
ur;e Plott, of No. 11 township,
d Sif n-ilnv Pvpninc ftnd WuS
-'led ounday at Center burying
Mr. Alexander Cline, of the firm
-'lack-welder & Uline, was marritu
'Uiday eyening to Misa Esther
-:i ri user, cf Cannonville, at the
: uct of Rev. J O Alderman.
N'-iws reached the city Saturday
. i-ynyauurg Liiui- du. wii.v-
. .,:.:-y. who was recently married
-cs Kime, of this city, mst with
?o a serious accident la3t week by
'T''Ug on a banana peel, slipping
spraining his back. It was at
:.t Pt-nfwl f.hak hia back was
Esquire George K R;tnh;ft ibJ
aons 0 T and W D Hitchie and Mr
all sorts at J P Allison's.
Squire C A Sherwood Sunday
married Mr. Thomas Thompson to
Mim True Shinn, both of Forest
mil, at the home of the bride.
Regular monthly meeting of the
uiuiiamoaerg takes D'ace to
morrow bight. Nothing of unusual
interest will be before them as is yet
Salisbury haa a treat in store
Sousa'a band. Three thousand neo-
pit heard it Friday at the Atlanta
Lzpositiou, and all paid their quar
ter to hear it, too. It is magnifi.
Jno. T Allieon keeps a good line
ot dry ffoode, shoes, hats and am.
1 cenes which he offers as low as tlio
iwncoi. Kjan lo see mm.
The house recently occupied by
Mr. Corzine, on Mr. Jacob Dove's
place in No. 11 township, that was
destroyed by Ore, has been straight
ened out, repaired and is now ready
for the tenants.
Be sure to attend the supper at
Armory Hall tomorrow ni..';. Tlc
" ladies are laboring hard to treat you
w.H mid feed you ouiijpUiousIy for
the considerub; of 2' cnt;.
Thero will Ke amuseiuents, too.
Saturday's Salisbury Vv'urld :i-.3
i coin sr.ii irjti':':- , : y. r C A! ::,
ni'dei'-j gfi-iiion pH';';iird them i'';i-
'lay mit. The subj -ct vas I'han-e-aic
Sif-ignorance." The World
as a "geurchinar seriuon.'
If you are anxious to Hud the
iuoit reliable blood-purilier, read i;.
.'jer'd Almanac the testimonials
those who have bz-en cured of each
icrrible diseases as catarrh, rheunii
tism, and scrofula, by the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thru govern
yourself acoordiiy m
The Winston Republican is in-,
formed that ike estite of L V T
Blum, Salern printers, bookeelleis
and stationers; which went into the
har .5 of the exec u Tors vk-u. th
de;via of the latter, a few weeks
since, is irtuaUy without any visi-
! k i : r, f'lViHf.M Th firm, it wa&
leatit f w,000.
As an emergency medicine,' Aer
Chtrry Ptctoral takes th. lead of all
other remedies. For the relief and
cure of c oup, wboopingcouh, sore
throat, and the danderous pulmon
ary troubles to which the young are
bo liable, it is inyaluable, being
prompt to act, sure to cure.
i)r. J II NewelJ, of Newell,
Mecklenburg county, is in the city
looking around for rooms witn a
view to moving to this city to prac
tice dentistry, his profession. lie
is well known to Cabarrns people
haying practiced extensively for ten
year3 or more tnroughout the
county and has proven his efficiency
as a dt-utist. We will be glad to
haye him with us.
A woman who recently moyed to
the city from the rural parts of this
county and who had neyer seen an
omnibus, was very much excited
last night when one of. the three
passed ber residence. Her husband
was absent from home, and feenng
her loneliness beyond endurance,
she went to a neighbor's, and after
gaining entrance she told them of
the strangejthicg she had seen and
stated that "she knew some one was
dead, for a large wagon had passed,
with a cofiin and light in it, and
that she wanted her Jimmy to come
home," It was thought she had her
"Jimmies" with her.
raC"TH6AMRICRN TOBACCO CO
uunnnKi, n.G. U.a.A. E-iJ
THE KUSH OF UQMANITY.
I'copie li'Eio Ti-rtvcl. an Seen by Our
Mr A J Yorke will leave this
ev piling for Wind ton.
Mr. Ritchie wa3 down from
Mr. Ii' R Torre nee k in Char
lotte this afternoon.
- -r. Dave F Foreman, of Albe
mari was b i)v.- cU todu?.
Hon. J R Blair, of Troy, Mont-
gor.w:ry county; j-paat last aighr v.nd
Mr, KJ. II DtiOaoip, wife and!
child, of Gaffuey, 8. C, spent ban-
d'y i,i the- ei:v . i ? h rel.itives.
MiSi Fauuie xilexander, who
has been visiting Mis3 Kate Nichols
son, returned to H;i3-f sbnrc today.
Messrs, J i)oe and- M J Corl
h ye gone to Atlanta. They were
joined in O-vrrl '
M. T .:'::. c f JLooreeviile,
'vva;5 in t :-;;f.j . ri'rniug, maks
iug prepataUoiiy for an unusual ai
fair of great concern to him.
rCi a Wi
ileuelit ami licnovoleiii Association
Pays liberal weekly benefits in
case of tiL'C?d"! or slckae. When
you get sick your pay goes ou ju2t
the same. A good thing for eyery
chii3 of men .-icd er cittllv adanted i
to sallaried nii'U. Smail monthly pay
ruents earner jour xik. Look :.ato
its mritj and seme one of these
most liberal policie?. You can't f:.-v7
how boon you nu; a-.ed it and ;? ill
neyer want to b-s without it.
' T ,
Is still largely u. tended. It will
continue up to and including Dec
ember 31 and no longer. I
The impression has gotten out
that thing! are being sold off, This
is untrue. Many iittle things
manufactured on the grounds have
been sold and are being sold but
the exhibits are not diminished be
cause of production going on con
tinuously. In a few words : It 13 the greats
est show, education and mind
broadener in existence at a price mos-t
For Ovr;FlS"iy e;rx.
Mrs. Winslow's 5ooth:ng Syrup baa
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
gual aysal paiu, cures Wmdj
COllO, iiuU lo CiiC UCOu icixiuuj
Diarrhoea Is will relieve the pcor
little sufferer immedia'tely. Sold by
Druggists m every part of the j
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle j
Be sure and asii iorMrs. vvmstows
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. mwZ&w s23'95
On account of the inclement
weather there wa3 only one session
at the white graded school today.
g DYE rINISH
S and Quality,!
J ae most important is
ft DYE AND FINISH.
Meteor Serge, 35 inches wide,
wool both ways, 25c per yard.
V t rench Serge, 45 inches wide, U
' Wool hnth wars An,. nr 1 V",
M French Henrietta, 45 inches
wide, wool both whys, ,50c:
W worth 65c
i i fir
,, Biack Faille Francaise Silk, 1J
20i inches wide, 85c; Iworth L
i i' -o-
Another lot of
J-' w jj O I ..
u . ! :
r in OiacK, 5'J Inches wide, 81.00
per yard, worth 1.35. Thev
i are shflffv rr.t tlu furl m.
I M POUTED PLAIDS,
( bilk and Wool, ilS inches wide,
25 and 31 cents 'per pair. Fits
like kid. .Don't come loo hut.
l , r
l ' I
We are selling. r
ICthe fashion rdats ri
to be believed, will v;ar
black, and there never
was such a demand for
BLACK DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. Nordiins:
adds more to the bea ut v
and dignity of a woman's !
appenrauce than m fiiiM
black gown, which id aiike j
economical and nlr.ra. fa.ii;-!
io nable. re have just
gotten in pur black and
navy bluea bought when
me prices were jow car!
sell you 7o cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 40 inches
i;an sen von a ?i :
goods 50 iuche-i wide for j
75c. Our stock Hlaekj
Crea pones are the bittt ;
production. We ask all j
Ladies to 3ee our dresj
goodd betore buying else-
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 ou the mar-
Our No, 69 Pointed Eazor
Toe the most stylish yt:
grand seller, all allow figures.
Our city trade 4 'Leader"
pure Liuen Bossom extra i
heavy muslin double front j
and bacK, patent coiuinu- J
oils facings on back and
sleeyes, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
Gibson & Morrison. 1
will you LavH the ad
vanae of tills iikilc
niticent stock at your
Our lioude ha3 been
leiiicil to ot U'-i
ties aim we will have
to give pussysiou tlio
1st oL January and lo
ose oi't the slo-'k
V7(J will ,?-; soods at
prices that htive nevr
been u -?ai d (..'
always old at 10 and
15 cents g.e;i on our
barg'".'a table to--dav
a.t o cents. Thev have
Ail dress goods (in t
OO.St lil below.
inn a -tis at prheH y ou
-1 i - r
H i j Oil. 1 J '
at 7" ouils
' ,Y YTil LN(2
1 11 1 r
r ii a !N
LOWE & SON.