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Arrival of Trains.
, ii from Riohmondi arrives at 11:17 a. m
Washington " " 9:58 p.m.
, 2 " Atlanta " 7:22 p. ni
" A-tla'l? , V " 9:35 a. ra'
" :ewYork ' " 8:51 a-, m
. " Atlanta " " 9:00 p.m.
, '. v, r: VSo'j'nl freight leaves at 12m.
r,-souuibouaii ' 4 "5:15 p. m.
Xo- n ami 12 are the local trains between
Richmond and Atlanta. Nos. 35 and 36 are the
j iii il' trams between At'anta and Washiri"--
V. 37 ami pr. aie ine Washington and
uiiii riMryAVM 1 .
"szaar ladies. ErerJZ ,
Very hoine-Hke style.
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THE RUSH OF HUMANITY,
People Who Travel, as Seen by inr
T M Mac Stand's, near f -Mr. W W Morris -pent the day
ur& tomorrow niht i
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a recentinn o:n.i:. .
t,,M. Nw-.Vf" .me w ashmgton and ; . J merj V tO
, t-acy.'.-ni estibukd Limited trains and stop 123 Morgan of Ton-.,, c ,
:Klll,i on signal. j "&4U -L-aarens, S. 0.. who
F?ri3 Toilet - Waters,
l,n Apple Blossom,
and Florida Waters
. ' ,,ik at one doliar per pint
You can have your bottle
cl as you wain at
Rill MM STQBE,
CONCORD; N. C
HATCH OF LOCAL NEWsT
J,..Hi and Vut iu !tape liy Our
13 iiUlit: Pencil l'uslier.
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aicos raisins 4 2 cents per pound
j 'Racket store. al2
j.' noi tnoound passenger train
L.., hcu i:Kc ibis morning,
Ne'.v crop No Orleans molasses at
V." - regret to announce that 1W.
T. :. -castor, of Rocky River, is quite
Notice the niuijj nice articles for
-resents, advertised by Yorke's jew-
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Treh Carolina Rice just in at
J i' Allison's for 5 cents per pound.
Mr, Lee Martin,an operative at the
C .baiiiS cotton mills, is quite Bick
. .. a typhoid fe ft?.
A good dinner or supper at tile
Lcn.-ar for 25 cents, including coffee.
ue ihc advfrtiSt.me.'it of Mr. AK
fr-rd Kluttz, coal dealer. His head
.iter3 are at hia home and at
The bazaar mikes a pretty display
of fancy thirgs in the Litaker
building, and the ladie3 in charge
uvq sure to make a success of it.
Mr. J T Pounds 13 closing out
bargains iu furniture in the Morris
building, next door to Morris House.
The yes lib a)c train coming in
from the Korth thi3 morning was
:)(.: id with that "beautiful white
snow" that is so pue, yon know.
Circus soap still leads the market.
fVUnloid and corn starch, Pearline
tiJid Soap Foam for sale at J P
A 'nog party will be one of the
niany Christmas events, The result
may be reported in detail when our
New Year's resolutions are sworn to.
There will be an important called
meeting of the Concord Hose and
Reel Company tonight. Firemen
take notice and report at your hall.
Jno. P Allison keeps a good line
cf dry goods, shoes, hats and gro
ceries which he offers as low aa the
lowest. Call to see him.
Everybody is talking Christmas at
. . ,ent, and if you desire fine
colognes and scented waters, con
salt Fetzer's drug store adyertise
Ikans, oatmeal, hominy, gelatine,
inker's and German's chocolate,
oliyes, macaroni, canned goods of
all sorts at J P Allison's,
If you are anxious to find the
most reliable blood-purifier, read in
Ayer's Almanac the testimonials of
those who have been cured of such
terrible diseases as catarrh, rheuma
tism, and scrofula, by the use of
' ; er's Sarsaparilla. Then goyern
is Miss May Stafford1
Yon II v the Wi3e is sufficient
Xoucantak e your better half and
ge a oetter dinner at the Bazaar
han yon can have prepared for the
same money at home. dlO
Several nigh, s g0 Marshall Ma
brey, of Forest Hill, at a lae hour
found two greasy looking white
tramps huddled up uder the house
of his father. They were frightened
and made their escape before he
could get a level on them with hh
Fresh citron, raisins, recleaned
currants, extracts and spices for
fruit cakes sad Christmas goods at
J P Allison's.
Miss Bettie White, of Rocky
River, will leave next week for
Corpi Christi, Texas, where she will
spend the winter with her brother,
Rev. Walker White. Key. White,
whose child died m StateayilJe sev
eral days ago, will then return to
Texas with hi3 family.
As an emergency medicine, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral takes th- )ea,:l of uVi
othr remedies. For the relief a::u
cure of croup, whoopinscough, sore
throat, and the dnderous pulmon
ary troubles to which the young are
so liable, it is inyaluahle, being
prompt to act, sure to cure.
The Baptist State Convention m
session atGreensboro represents 160,
000 white members, or more. The
Western Conference that recently
adjournel represents 64,000 mem
bets. The North Carolina Confer
ence that meets at Eh'zibeth City 00
Wednesday is another large body
with more than 600,000 members.
The Charlotte 8ws tells of a
little 12 year old girl in Meoklen
burg county who cut one of her
Qagers on the point of an Indian ar
row head. About two hours after
wards she wa3 seized with yiolent
pains, and her finger began to swell
She suffered the same as a person
who had been snake bitten, and a
doctor worked with her all night.
The supposition is that it was a
poisoned arrow and had retained the
poison through ail these years.
All arrangements have been made
by Sims & Alexander to furnish
everybody with fireworks. They
have all kinds of roman candles,
whistle booms, cannon crackers,
little crackers, firecrackers, soda
crackers, and, in fact, the hand
somest assortment of the finest
makes of plain and fancy candies.
See them before you buy elsewhere,
for Sana Glaus has made them
headquarters. They are going out
of business and sell cheap. d&wdl9.
m the city.
Misd Belle Little, of Charlotte,
is viaiting in tne city.
Mr. John W Boatian, of Albe
marle, spent last night and today
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J M Allen spent
yesterday in Charlotte, purchasing
articles "of furnishings for their new
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8 and Quality !
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Mrg. M O Dueenbury returned
ignt from Lsxington, where
she had goue to attend the funeral
Services of her little grand-son.
Dr. and Mr?, L M Archey and
Mrs. A M Brown left this morning
for Atlanta. They will return on
Monday n3xt. Mrs. Martin Boger
and Miss Claude Fisher were also of
Miss Mary Fetzer left this
morning for Reid3viile, to spend sev
eral days with relatives, Fiom
there she will 0 to Richmond where
che will spend. Christmas with
Q The most important is Q
ft DYE AND FINISH, ft
French Henrietta. 45'
wide, wool both ways, t50c; V
Meteor Serge, 35 inches wide,
wool both ways, 2oc per yard.
French Serge, 45 inche3 wide,
wool both ways, 40c, per yard;
ft Biack Faille Francaisc 'Silk, V
u 20 inches wide, 85c: worth 0
n $1-0' ft
Another lot of
m black, 50 Inches wide, SI. 00 &
1 -i rw-u 1
A Hr.sar in the JUtakor I5ii;JlLj- Oj-
One cf the meet attractive things
cf the season i? the Bazaar which the
'a ICS of Oeu' iii U, E. church are
Look For Suowl
If you see it, let us hear some
thing about it. Nearly eyeryone on
the streets this afternoon predicted
snow, and the forecast for tomorrow
reads: "Threatening with rain or
snow, followed by fair in Western
Let it snow!
Notice is hereby given that I have
lost a, certificate of one share of stock
in thecorporation,known as the Con
cord Female Aacdemy, said certifh
cate being No. 5 in the books of the
corporation, and said share of the
value of $50. All persons are warned
against holding said certificate of
stock and notice is hereby given that
I shall apply for a duplicate certifi
cate of said share of stock,
Morrison H. Caldwell.
Concord, N. C, Noy. 25, 1895.
ou will huve a tine opportunity
to buy haniiiv.nie embroidery, painu
ings, beautifully dressed dolls and
fancy work of all description, which
will make very acceptable Xmas
presents for your triends,
Tne many delightful things they
will have to eat will please tha most
Open Thursday evening at 6
o'clock and continue through the
Turkey, Chicken, lioast Beef, Roast
Pork, Sausage, Cold Ham.
Cream Potatoes, Scalloped Tomatoes,
Candied Sweet Potatoes.
Cold Slaw, Chicken Saiad, Pickled Beets.
Cianberrles, Apple Jelly,
Stewed, Scalloped, Fried.
Ice Cream, Gelatine, Ambrosia, Whipped
Chocolate Ice CrP-am Prince of Wftles
Angel Food, Etc.
The First rraitof tne Exposition.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 11. Oae of
the first fiuits of the exposition,
from a commercial standpoint, ap
peara in the effort now tving made
to organize a direct connection be
tween she Atlanta chamber of com
merce and the commercial bodies of
Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico,
The idea is to establish a commer
cial museum in Atlanta with a per
manent exhibition of the products
of those countries, and also to es
tablish in Costa Rica, Guatemala
and Mexico permanent exhibits of
the products and manufactures of
the Southern States.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
W per yard, worth 1.35. Thev
are shaerarv ffot the curl nn!tn
j. 0 x 'j
ft POUTED PLAIDS, ft
kji-rv. auu t uui, 00 muxies wuiu, 1
worth 75c our price 00c. See ft
ringer lip 8
Iipr in, S
25 and 35 cents per pair. Fits ft
iiKekia. uon't xome toonate. u
We are selling.
0 O UL !
1 have just received
a car load of the
very best lump
ing coal will leave
orders at my Rouse,
or at Miller's store.
ft cannons &:petzer ft
ft 1 25
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
waf such a demand f 01
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 is 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
Greapones are the latest
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods belore 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 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt;
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at low figures.
Our city trade uLeader"
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.
We want your trade and
will sell you goods at such
prices that it will be to your
interest to come and see us.
A A. W A A w s. -V;
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24 sheets paper and
25 Eev elopes in box
for 5 c.
rr - V"- wV)t
Children Reefers. H
: o ;
4 to 12 years old for
$1 25, that sold for
$2 25 and &? 50.
for $2.50 and
We have the cheapest
you have ever seen,
Wes want to
sell to you,
LOWE &. SON