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Arriral of Trains.
Mo. n from Richmondi arrives at ri 17 a m
35 ;; Washington " ; 9:is p". m
" ii Atlanta " " 7 -2 n tr.
36 " Atlanta-. . -9:33a r
37 " New York ' " S If -3
" Atlanta " 9oo r m
d. Northbound freight leaves at 12m. '
63 Southbound " ' "5'i-p m
Nos. 11 and 12 are the local trains between
Ku hmond and Atlanta. Nos. 35 and $6 are the
is; mall tiams between Atlanta and WashinV-,m-
Nos. 37 and 3S are the Washington and
..n-vesteu, Vc;s,ulcu Runted trains and stou
.; Liuivurd otl signal. ...
A Pocket book,
Card Case, or
Purs is useful
and always vac
it) table as a
!iave a line of
enta in .leather.
Ladies and gen-
calf and Russia
Prices range from 10 cis to
FETZEH'S DRUG STOR
CONCORD, N. C
A JATCI OF LOCAL NEWS.
;'ickcMl ITp.aud lut ia KSiapo lly Our
at A L Sinnon-
:ieM; one barrel of German Kraut.
Lo?e & Son nuve spionJid bar
aind they ?peak of in a uew ad to-
Christmas gloves and mittens for
Jadies, misses and children at Gib
son i Morrison'. 20
From December 10 to 25 the
oouthern will sell round trip tickets
. V l.i lQk v 4
- L J I'ouadi is closing out
l-r:;-iin i:i furniture in the Morris
building, next door to Morris House.
' See the announcement of Dry &
ViuLv70rth, the b:g furniture deaK
prs of tliis section of .North Carolina.
CJmbrallas buill extra good for
Xmas ifes and the handles are the
very latest. Prices from 90 cents to
S'v.50. Gibson & Morrison,
Li "j t 0 . j.'.vt.'il rjpent Thursday
.h L iiiotjui it: cLi.suiiation with
'i? client, Dr. Wnrc.
7'r itch uard and ch.rin lost
''.ill. .: I'.d-T .iii re;arded by
I'he p:icking in the doom of the
it the nlc,;hery blew .out this
nofuing, making it necessary to
-hut down for beveral hours.
i.nc oo.riin nau rtuuctu tne
.;Les lo Atlanta and return on
i 't'cember 19 to 2o, incluisiye, limited
-t'rj uay3 from date of Gale to $L75,
rIhe Racket men has a new ad,
Tne -! cket 13 filled to the b: im
:i v t b f ' cf beautiful
; " 'A CD is presents. see their,
Aiy Valter Brown, once a resident
ot Cabarrua, now cf Kowrn county,
1 1 11 t r . 1
wn tor 1 lie nonuays. Lie --iu
tin'' :u Mr. Andy Wine.
iL;?nd mixed f):ckle3; au ;line
iiy cream cheese,., btjhd..-'
: 3 ament of candiea un(i nuts gpeciah
Christina:, trade" at'-Jbrn
1 lUi.noJil ?
Newest-, gQ.pds .'in
wn. .. . . - -
The Southern P'lilway is how
anning all' trains on the "block"
system. It ha a irght operator at
(-"very telegragh aiation on the line
between Washington-and Atlanta.
Grocery man. John K Patterson
uiiaoubtedjy lh be3t trade of
town, for lie has ihe freshest
,r-u-3 and the veatcst variety of
s-e in t;;3 city. Hominy,
pits and buckwheat always fresh.
cona uou38 of CheroW
rora Concord to Atl . i
opccount of e-is' i-, n i
rW W 5th 'PlQ3ive,-t.r t,-5
,r rf01; trip. Fin3l Hmit Q?e
daya from dad- of 3 ,i
A genuine . .. f
be:attt3ted: but not n ,
j WoodKpnnfler. Over and over a.aim
it has been proved that Ajer's Sar.
-iinasuncis alone among rnedi-
wue8 a3 ine u"st reliable tonical-
: c 1U paaraiacy. It stood
aione at the World's Fair.
The colored population of the
United States U classified into
M37,93p blacks, 950,989 mulattoe?,
105,13-i quadroons and G9,93C octo
roons. That runs the gamut.
oiogere, public speakers, actors.
auctioneer?, teachcra prtacaerg. and
di wtio are liable to overtax and irs
ntate the.yocal organs, find, in Ay
et'a Cherry Pectoral, a safe, certain,
and speedy relief. A timely dose of
this preparation has prevented many
a throat trouble.
Wht by a Coiujiaulon.
Si'oiA, Ga, December 10. Otis
GUij, the non of a prominent citi
zen, was accidentally shot and nain
fully wounded in the light arm
Clarence Fall?, the sixteen-year-old
son of the postmistress, was
playing ".Buffalo Bill" with Otis,
and snapping a pistol at him, Clar
ence knew the pistol had one ball in
it, but did not think he had snapped
around to it.
The wound is painful, but Otis
For over ririy Years.
Mrs. Winelow's Sooth;rjg Syrup has
been used for ovcrj fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, otteu3 the
gums, allays all pain, curc3 wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately
Druggists in every nart of
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for-Mrs. Windows
Soothing Syrnp," and take no other
kind. mwf&w s2:f 95
Iiisuriuicc Caes Eiiueri.
Tkexton, N. C, December 19.
The insurance censpincy trials from
Newberne have ail ended and Judge
Graham pronounced sentence on the
men yesterday a f tern 00 n.
Ha1 sell, the leader of the cons
epiracy was cnt o the ptniien.iary
for seven years. William Fisher,
colored, gets five, years, Dr. D T
Delamar, Seidon Delamar, J C
Delarnar and Levi T Nee were sen
tenced to serve two years each in
Craven county jail.
All of the defendants appealed
and gave bond. They sVy they wi'l
carry the case t'j the United States
Supreme' Court if necessary.
. . 1 -- ' '
Tho iSi.co'. cry 5; a v i-tl Hin '.ZAt'e.
Mr. G. Caiilouette, Druggist,
Beavorsvilh3, 111,, says : "To Dr.
Kinr3 New Discovery I owo my
life. Was taiien with LaGrippo and
tried all tho ph vacuus i'r miles !
.... - ;
about; but of nor
up and told could not live. Hay
ing9Dr. King's Now Discovery in
my store I sent for a holLlo rud bc
gan its use and from the firat dose
began to get batter, and after vz'
three bottles was up "and .'about
asio. It Is worth its weight in
Id, We woncr keep ftoro or house
without it." Get a irao I: "M at
Fetzer 's Drug Store
T'.i;n ii o in: ay. them, duly auihentP ed, to
Th graded school closes down tojuio ior payment, on "or before the
, -. ,ntiyi ff i ir'Lh cay of November, 1SGG, or this
day tor its Cnr:stmas vacation. , ce m bo p!ead in bar of their
is understood that n wnl iae two
weeks in Christmas featiyitie?.
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j '? l?f fc ff fB Pf" I
asff DURHAM. N.C. U.S.A.
i3igb irade Tefjaeeo
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
IVopIe Who Tfavt'l, tin Seen by Our
Mr. and Mrs. George W Means
have gone to Atlanta.
Mr. II F Phifer arriyed in the
city last night from New York.
Mvm Joseph Cannnon is home
from Paii tops, Va., for the holidays.
Messrs. Dan and Herbert Bar
rier, of Mt. Pleasant, passed through
the city last night en loute to At
Misses Lucy Montgomery and
Alida Smith arrived in the city last
night from Converse College, Spar-
anburg, S, 0.
Dr. D A and Mrs. Garrison, of
Bessemer city, came up last night.
The doctor returned today, Mrs.
Garrison will spend several days
Messrs. Morrison Fetzer and
Will Johnston, of th9 Presbyterian
uigu Scnool at Mebane, and Frank
Cannon, of Horner's, at Oxford, ar
rived at home last night to spend
Vatic lif'nitjIiy IIor-si?: ami Miilfs.
Wait for Dodd'e ruction aalo of
Kentucky horsoo au'i uiuloa, Saturs
!('i;:y, Deaembor 21st, 1S95, fifty hfad
of horsts and mules, at M J CorFs
stable, Concord, N. C. Come to the
sale, as thoy "will nositively -be sold,
. gardlesa of cot. Each horse or
mule must be a 3 represented, or no
sale. Positively no bys bidding.
Salo will bo held, rain or shine.
Stock will be at Curl's stable, Fris
day, December 20th. Comotand see
11. A. Dodd,
r j e vara.
Then VVcy v,-u3 sick, we gate hor CAstcrTa.
A"hv.-u blia was a, Chil J, eiie cried f or Gloria,
WLeu sha became liss, sho clung to Castoria.
aen slia Lad CiiilJren', saa gava tLem Catoria,
An Si II or foi- Cottiempt.
The case of.coatempt in which
Jadg Ew t fiasd Editor Robinson,
of ih-i Aihayiilc Cil.Tn and sen-
n ) imnrisonment for
criticizing a decision of court wps
argued in the supreme court this
week. Messrs Adams, Moore and
0;"i:r rpn.'area for tue reaponuect
" , ,
:Uavinsr, this the 18th day of No
vmbor 1805, been duly appointed
cud qialified as executor of the last
will and testament of Mrs. Mary G
Huie, deceased, I hereby notify all
lebted to the estate of
.tfstanr.rtil in mlrft iMirnadiate nav-.
! moat .thereof to me. And all per-.
! avu3 huving claims against the des
Hiaai P. Foaed,
. J-i- .., A J.. . ...
WHEN PEOPLE SEE THE BAR
WONDER HOW WE GET
Take Towles We
have a splendid one for 10c. A gen
tlemah'came in the other day and
bought them thought we were bluf-
inghirn. We got in another lot.
Such a collection and variety of
plain and farcy border. Think of
tnmng thrm for 5c, Can't tell them
from 10c. ones.
Such useful presents. You can buy
oue ior ,o, .25, 3.50, 81,00.
GLOVES 15. 2, 25 anJ 33e.
lud Gloves, pretty shade at S1.00
Quite a pretty line of SATINS
for fancy work.
Split your Sides for 25c .
and quite a good line of SERGES
45 inches wide 4f?c. per yard.
Don't forget, all wodJ, both ways
25e. yd. Beautiful whita Counter
panes $1.00, 81,50 and 82 00.
Presents that satisfy, ease the
conscience and give you the happiest
Christmas ever spent. Can't miss it
on anything. Bound to win. No
contributed to tins
show. You might
pay from 5 cts to $1 J
but that's not the!
point. We offer, sev
eral dozen handker
chiefs at very. low
prices. We are will
ing that you shotild
jo everywhere else
nd 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.
borne and see us and
we will do you good.
mm it nit
The best thing in
LADIK3 F LUC ED LINED
BLxiCK SEAMLESS HOSH
for the small sum of 10 cents.
The same thing in men's at 10
A six hook corset for LO cents
is what you ought to see.
from 2h to 35 cents and ara
Nothing cheaper in town
than our line of
f you -want aj,yiV
for CO cents' that
you can get it.
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