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Arrival of Train.
No ii from Richmondi arrives at 11:17 a. m
-s. Washington " " 9:6S p. m!
.. u ' Atlanta " " 7:i2 p. n,
36 " Atlanta " " 9:35 a. m!
.?7 " NuwAcrk " " vS:5ia.m
:,S " Atlanta " 9:00 p.m.
f ; N'onhhouivi 1 10;; u at j?ni.
t ; utitlihuund " ' "5:1.5 p. m.
Tos. 11 aiiu iz a-.e uic local tra'.as between
iiinond and Atlanta.
lNos- 3? and 36 are the
Atla.ita .and Wn;liir,,r
:.i ill trains lv-cvj'.:;i
No-.. 37 and 3S are the Washington and
invcsUv.i v cstihulcd. Limited trains and stop
A fc ingestion
A Pocket book,
Card Case, or
and always ac
ceptable as a
hiive a line of
ents in leather.
Ladies and gen
in seal, snake,
calf aud Russia
Prices rane from 10 cts to
mm Dig imi,
A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
'lokel I'p.aml Put in Shape lly Our
II uitliu- Pencil Pusher.
Firemen's festival to-night. Liita
ist received at A L Sannen
:; cue barrel of German Kraut.
Call now. 3l21
Banker 1) B Collrane will, on
Christmas Day, celebrate his 53rd
Christmas gloves h.hI 'mittens for
ladies, misses and cnildren at Gib
ton & Morrison's. d20
Mra. John W Cook, wife of the
keeper of the county home, ia visit
ing in Charlotte.'.
From December '19 to 25 the
tea cher n will cell round trip tickets
: x for
Property owners should remember
Lh- firemen if.d r;ive
them a good
Mr. J T IVandd n closing oat
bargains in furniture in the Morris
building, next door to Morris House.
The forecast calls for showers and
joider weather tomorrow, which in
d. .uterf i. damp, bad day if it rains.
Umbrellas built extra good for
Xrps gifts and the handles are the
very latest. Prices' from 00 cents to
5-.50. " Gib ion & Morrison.
His friends were real glad. to S3e
Mr. James Bell on the streets this
morning, after his long spell cf
Hcinz's mixed pickles and fine
Daioy cream cheese, besides an as
srtment of candies and nuts specials
lv for the Christmas trade at John
IV.t-rson's. Newest goods in
The Southern will tell tickets
:rom Concord to Atlanta and return
on account of exposition, December
19th to 25th inclusive, for $4,?5
for round trip. Final limit five
'iys from data of sale.
It ia often a mystery how a coid
bus been "caught." The fact is
however, that when the blood is poor
ilpnrpsaed. one be-
comes peculiarly liable to diseases.
When the appetite or the strength
faii3,:AyeiXSar8aparilla should be
taken without delay.
The $4,75 cent cheap rate tickets
to the Atlanta Exposition and re
turn were put on sale this morning,
Ayer's Pills, being composed of
the essential virtues of the host vege
table aperients, withoat any cf the
woody or fibrous material whatever,
is the raaaon why they are so much
.aore elective and valuable than any
cathartics. The beat family physic.
county 8- expenditures- makes
'he auo'ion sale a, the residence
o .he la.e Jatnea Long was col.
eluded today, not baviug fln
t "ern na3 reduced the
rates to Atlanta and return on
December 19 to 25, include, limited
Are days from date of sale to $4 75.
When rain began to fall hnnf i
o clock today, Merchants made a
scramble to get their goods in. They
were soon out again, however.
Grocerymau John K Patterson
has undoubtedly the best trade of
the town for he has the freshest
tfoods and the greatest variety of
any store in the city. Hominy,
grits and buokwheat always fresh.
No. 36, northbound passengr
train, was six hours late to-day. An
extra came in on schedule time,
bringing some of the Southern mail!
Aa an evidence of approaching
Christmas one does not have to iiss
ten for the cannon cracker. They
are heard- easily enough these
R A Dodd find J Belle Sloan, the
Kentucky bor e and male men
struck town today and took up
headquarters at Corl's 'stables. They
have some fine stock.
Dry & Wadsworth have put out a
new furniture wagon, which is trim
med in yellow. It is as conspicuous
a3 is Kiah Aiurr, who runs it, and
who has had his hair "cropped."
Mr. C K Glascow has resigned
his position a3 teacher at the R V
Caldwell school house, in No. 4
township. Mr. W W Morris will
take charge of the school after Jan
Mr. H W Ludwig, of No. 4
township sold to Butcher Beck a
hue lot of cattle this morning, Mr.
Ludwig, besides one of our best
farmers, deals extensively in cattle
C R Cook, a former resident of
this city, but now of China Grove
township, Rowan county, wa; in the
city today (Thursday) direct from
the Bruehies, with apples, chestnuts,
cabbage and honey.
To spend the holidays at home
the Normal school sjirla will arrive
to-night. Among them are Misses
Elizabeth Gibson, Emily Gibion and
Bessie Sius. Mies Fannie Hill will
Mr. Thomas Motly, aged 73 years,
living on the plantation of Mr.
Samuel J Ervin, three miles west of
town, died Thursday morning at 1
o'clock of pneumonia. Hi3 remains
will be interred tomorrow at Poplar
Tent, at 10 o'clock.
Merchant J P Allison is haying
an awning pat in the front of his
store. Besides being up to date and
quite in style, it will keep the snow
from his front door during the
severe spells that are predicted.
A tourist stack painter struck
town Tuesday and did up the Buf
falo mill, and is today painting the
smoke stack at the Penix Roller
Mill, He is suspended and works
around ihe stack by means of a rope
The Southern Railway has placed
a schedule blackboard bulletin on
the outside of the ticket office for
convenience of those who wish to
know how the trains are running,
whether on time or not and at what
time they may be expected.
- . i -. r -mr , ,1 T f .n
The small child oi mr.
Charles Sides that was so badly
burned at Cannonville last week, is
improving. It was once thought
the child would not recover. Her
clothes caught fire while getting
soot from the chimney wall.
THE HUSH OF HUMAN
1-oople H ho Travel, nS Seeu by or
. "M.r- 4 9 i'ppard is in Charlotte
pr. M L Steyens, of
OCnVlfif1. WHS in thp niVtr 't.JA.,.
Mr. S T Pearson, of Morgan
ton, spent Wednesday ia the city.
Mrs. Dwight Morrison, of
Iredell county, is visiting at Mayor
Miller J W Reed is home agaiu
from a visit to relatives in Western
Mrs. A M Brown and Miss
Claude Fisher will return tonight
Mr. and Mra. J W OaltF and
little daughter left yesterday for
Editor F S Starrette and family
of Mooresville, are visiting at Capt.
J M Alexander's.
Mr. Frank O Rogers came in
from the University last night. He
will r'-maiu until after the holidays.
Mrs. M J Morgan and Mis3 An
nie Byrd, of Forest Hill, have gone
to Alma, N. C. to spend some time.
Revs. M A Smith and W H L
McLaurin left this morning for a
two days7 trip to the Atlanta Exposi
tion. Mis3 Mattie Gay, who has to in
yisitiug at Rey. M A Smith's for
the fast week, returned to Char
lotte, her home, today.
Mrs. Fred Smith, of Rich
mond, Va., is visiting at her
father-in-law's, Lawyer W M
Smith's on WTest Corbin street.
Fine ICcntuoIty Horses aud Mules.
"Wait for Dodd's auction sale of
Kentucky horses and mules, Saturn
day, December 2h;t, 1895, fifty head
of horstb and muies, at M J Corl's
stable, Concord, N. C. Come to the
sale, as they will nositively:be sold,
legardless of cost. Each horse or
mule must be as represented, or no
sale. Positively no bys bidding.
Sale will ba held, rain or shine.
Stock will be at Corl's stable, Frk
day, December 20th, Comeland see
them. R. A. Dodd
jSot "Bob" Wallace!.
Revenue Officers Vandeford and
Means seized the distillery of Mr. J
R Wallace Tuesday, in this county,
near the the Oabarru3 line. This is
a large distillery, so the haul was a
good one. Charlotte Observer.
The, seizure the Observer speaks
of was made Saturday last. It was
not the distillery of Mr J R Wallace,
but belonged to one J R McLean,
who liyes on the old Edwin Harris
plaeej in No, 3 township,thi3 county.
The articles seized are in the pos
session of Collector R a Hairis, in
this city. "Bob Wallace," says Mr.
Harris,. owned no interest in the
distillery and lives several miles
from it." Besides that Bob Wallace
is hot in the distilling business. He
liyes in Cabarrus, too, Miss Ob
server, When Baby w tus s!ck, we gave her Custorf.
Alien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Messrs. Webb and Rabe today
shipped to Concord a handsome Ital
ian monument which will be erected
over the grave of the late John W
Fink. This firm yesterday put up a
family monument inthe St, Paul
burying ground oyer the graves of
Mr. Allen Heilig and three of hi3
children, Salisbury World,
17 Acm; iia kheumatism reueyea
fiby Dr. fillies ierve naa.
Doi't You Give is kf.
WHEN PEOPLE SEE THE BAR
GAINS WE HAVE THEY
WONDER HOW WE GET
Take Tovvles We
have a splendid one for 10c. A gen
tleman came in the other day and
bought them thought we were bluf
'inghim. We got in another lot.
Such a collection and variety of
plain and far cy border. Think of
buying thrm for 5c, Can't tell them
from 10c. ones.
Such useful presents. You can buy
one for 75c 2.25, $3.50, S4,00.
GLOVES l5f 20, 25 and 35.
Kid Gloves, pretty shades at $1.00
Quite a pretty line of SATINS
for fancy work.
Split your Sides for 23c .
and quite a good line of SERGES
45 inches wide 4;)c. per yard.
Don't forget, all woof, both ways
25o. yd. Beautiful whto Counter
panes 81.00, 81,50 and 2 00.
Presents' that satisfy, ease the
conscience and give you the happiest
Christmas ever scent. Can't miss it
on anything. tBound to win. No
' m .in mii
contributed to this
show. You might
pay from 5 cts to $1,
but that's not the
point. We oifer sev
eral dozen handker
chiefs at very low
prices. We are will
ing that you should
go everywhere else
and try to better
them and then come
here. Your better
judgment will do the
Linen drawn work
at all prices, from $1
per dozen to $9.
Come and see us and
we will do y Osgood.
We want your trade andC
will sell you goods at sucli
prices id at it will be to your
interest to come and see us.
g Box Paper g
$ 24 sheets paper and k !
24 Eeveiopes m box
W for ft n
: o :
4 to 12 years old for
SI 25, that sold for
82 25 and $2 50.
lor 2.50 and
We have the cheapest
you have ever seen,
We want to
sell to you,
LOWE i& SON;