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;:; arrives at 5 .52 a m,
" " " 10 00 a ni, .
" 1 32 ' ,l 7-09 p ei,
' " 8.51 pm.Cflajr)
:; i " " 0.45 p m,
&2 " " Ij.OO a m (Ireifcj t)
r ... . JUuD.
", 37 arrives at 8.40 a ni, (Hug)
" 11 " 44 11 23 a m, v
" '7 " " S.51 p m,'
" 91 M " 849 am, '(freight)
No, 3o. when running ahead of No. 7,
is flagged if necessary for through travel
south of 'Charlotte, and if stopped for
passengers arriving lroni Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 3t stops regularly for
inissengers . f or Salisbury, High "Point,
Greensboro, Reidsville, . Danyille and
principal stations between Danyille and
Washington. No. 37 stops for xas
tc.'iers coming from Lynchburg or
-w.nts beyond, and to take on pas-st-.ngers
for regular stopping places
.s ;itii of Newells. No. 38 stops to let
!T passengers from regular stopping
i.ha'ch south oi Newells and to take on
..uhsengers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Xos. H3 and 34 stop at Concord for
- - to or from the C. C. & A.
, . . i.u u - JjL ii lutte to xYugufeta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
-,.:.d Florida, reached through Columbia
."" .s. 7. s. 11 i i are the local trains
i at aiitbury with trains of
V. X. 0. Divihion.
TELEPHONE Nor 71
(rH.MiJr;i IS -12.
M iss Mary Arcliey lias returned NivLh.aal tr-ivi-u a. A. U.. Phila -!
j ....... . .
nomo ar or
... 7 i 7 -
months with her relatives at Al-
bemarle, Spencer, and near China Southern Eaihv
uruve. s ... A t-...-i ..
tsus to jraiiaueiijiiia ab rate
On account of the above the
av will sell tick-
Mr. Thomas M Delinks and 05 for u:rl trip. Tickets
wife, of Durham, arrived" here I 011 sal(3 s-pt- 1 - 'hnaea rc
Tuesday night. ' Mr. Donning turning Sept. 12, but an exten
will have charge of the spinning ! s011 of final limit may be o1- -in
the Odell milb: " & tained until Sent. 30th by depos-
. . . . . . T . . . .
i 6 u- b i -ff-i v fi r j ir
the Odell mill:
Mrs. Chas. B Miller, Mrs. Jas.
P Cook, and Miss Mary Hendrix,
of this place, went as delegates to
the Woman's Missionary conven
tion at Charlotte.
Mr. Jos. V -Sutton, who for
several years has been attending
school at the-.. college at Mt.
Pleasant, will enter school at
Roanoke college this year.
Mt. Pleasant sent quite a good
delegation to Charlotte to the
Woman's Missionary convention.
There were ten of- them. They
will return home Friday evening.
Mr. T C Wilson has gone to
Gastonia where he takes charge
as superintendent of a cotton
mill there. Mr. Wilson's family
will remain here for some time
Dr. S L Montgomery returned
from Albemarle Tuesday where
he . paid a professional visit to
Mr. Aaron Heathcock. He re
ports the patient somewhat
The Cabarrus County Sunday
school convention will be held
! tomorrow at Ait. Cile..d church in
I No. .") township. Quito a number
: iGiiiempiate aue:iu;nv:; rom truss
iting ticket with joint agent at
Philadelphia between Sept. 5th
and 9th, both dates inclusive,
and on payment of a fee of fifty
cents. Tickets iron-clad and
limited to continuous passage in
both directions. For further in
formation, Pullman reservations,
etc., apply to
GO WAN DUSENBURY,
comp-'-iition and retuil deal-
LOST White and liver colored
; bitch. Answers to me name
of CHEAP: 'Sim." A libpr.it :vv.:m will lu
j given for her recovery. Leave
uen tested onat Sl Cloud hotel.
i " ' W. A. Foil.
Effective September 1st, 1889,
all freight not promptly removed
from the custody of the Railway
Company will be subject to the
following charges for storage:
- All package freight not re
moved by owners from the cus
tody of the Railway Company
within forty -eight hours, not in
cluding Sundays or legal holi
days, computed from 12.00 noon
of the day following the date of
the arrival, shall thereafter be
subject to a charge for storage
each day or fraction of a dav
that such consignments may re
main in custody of the Railway
Company as follows:
In less than carload quantities;
1 cent per 10J pounds prr 'Jry. j
with minimum charge o: " cents j
for any one package or lot Lorj
one consignee, but not more, i
than 1.00 per day for my one;
consignment not in exes of a j
car load. !
G o i"AN DfSMNuriiv,
We invested heavily gained a
doint for you by so doing. Quan
tity is a factor in bringing down
prices. We are going to close out
a lot of
3 & W & 3E SS
DON'T YOU MISS IT.
Aire.nl Southern llv.
Viauo warranted and will last a! The four year old child of Mr.
r -inie. land Mrs. Deberry Lelier, who
j live on East Depot street, died at
an early hour today (Wednesday).
The remains were interred in the
old Lutheran cemetery.
'f: Pianos have such a reputation for
! one and durability.
r - which q . do not realize, but
v.hicii make the ST1EFF Pr
;,io:. j jfacturer,
' ih anch ' areroom,
213 N. j i -in St., Charlotte, N.C.
K. w: "irlCTH, Manager.
The condition of Frank Wr-ed-:
:!iLrton is gradually improving.
" iisfactory work is always
"; 1 r i vou at Brown's barber
Conco'rd institute will
:i M(mday, September the
FOR SALE A new Wheeler
ifc Wilson sewing machine with
live drawers, just from the fac
tory. Call at this office and get
a first class machine on easy
terms. ; If,
The last news coming from
Enochville is to the effect that
Prof. G H Black, who is at' the
the'poirit of Heath with typhoid
fever is still living. Each after
noon he becomes worse but
Mr. " J C Mathes' family
arrived here Tuesday night froni
Durham. They are at present
stopping at the St. Cloud hotel.
Temporarily" they will soon move
into a house at Cannonville until
er Sume is makiiiir Dren
s to oneii a photograph; Mr Duval vacates his )lace.
) .' la 'in v con-;
....... ..ir, o). Salisbury'
i)art oi tlris week. ;
and fever is a bottle r. Grove'a Taste-1
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cnre;
Then why experiment with worthless!
imitations? . Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
If a girl's in love
THAT'S HER BUSINESS,
If a man's in love
THAT'S HIS BUSINESS, V '
' '- "
If they marry
THEN IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SELL
l'ir';triiEM -the f(nest 'aSP" ,v ...
'"v Furhifere, Floor Coverings
and China Ware
. - v .
IN - THIS - CITY - FOR - THE - .LEAST - MONEY.
Fresh I in ad. Cakes, Buns. Doughnuts,
et, Cre.eQH, Fruits aad CaudicH ulwuj's
on 'hand. Wm. T. Johnson, Prop.
'Phone No. 122.
":i j mill.
i i.i'..M-t i-.a Sluoiis, who lu:s
n spe;.e;'H; evei'al weeks at
. Iv il Grlfriu's, has returned
v iile. S. G.
' ' :.....": .
.i . iSOU, uv
-nd, at 2 o'clock p. in.
' s ' G rae ber , of near
' '-i' - ':'.v. !-.;. -;se tiled Ebe
'" '" ' " i -e vv oman's Mis
ioiiur; convemlbii at Charlotte.
a r.ii K'.r ; Would! Not Sutler So Again for Fifty
ot j Times the rrlce.
! 1 awoke last ni'ht with severe
of pr.-ous, r)aiDS in my stomacti. 1 never felt
Ai. (i UG ,Ml7 in all iny life. When I
i! i. narlotte j caaii3 down-to' work this 'JmomiuK
I I felt so weak I could hardly
; i . emnioved! work. I went to Mille.r Sz Mo-
Curdy s drug store and they re
commended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Tt worked like magic and onei
dose fixed me all right. It cer
tainly is the finest thing I ever
used for stomach trouble. I shall
not be without it in my home
hereafter, for I should not care
to endure the suffericifs of last
niht again tor fifty times its
rrice. G H Wilson, Liyeryman,
Surettstown, Washington Co.,
Fa. This - remedy is for sale by
M L Marsh fc Co., drnist.
I have purchased of the Con
cord Electric Light Co. all the
supplies used in connect:on
with lightning. All parties
needing Lamps or Repairs' will
find 'them at my shop next 'to
Cori s !iyery t
Go I o s
W WriWRTT ; Uock baU
. jlj. i!..; Fresh Butter on Ice,
; Quaker Oats, Hominy,
SO If Hill! icasr
Soda, BAking Powders, Starch
OracKera, Lard, Hams, Prunes,
Green aud Parched Cotfee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn; Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Rice,
Potash, spices, ooiueu
rssion will teach in the
.jL.ii School will arrive
rrow from Gatewood.
' ';.!er reoiuosts that
'.ool teachers meet
Ih the laundry hard on your goods ?
Soino are. Examiue your goods as
carefully when you send them to us as
when you receive them back again and
you will find, that we sew up mpny a
rip, mend many a button hole, put new
neck bands on shirts ' not too badly
worn (when requested), and in muy
waya try . to prolong the use of your
linen. One trial is not a test. Often
damage has been done in previous
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
enre. 25c. The genuin has L. B. Q
S3 . -1 . -a iL - 1 n:
laun-iermg ana we gei tne oiame. iy , , Vrr "Pr,W
tiq mnr fpdv natronae and we willlflCKieS. v uauiu xv-v-
guarantee your linen to last longer than! an anything in the Grocery
when done at many other laundries. . J Wa nkn oarrv
iiUD. ' .
Rope, Crockery, Glass-ware,
Shoes Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc
We close our store at 8.15 dur
ing the summer months. We de
liver goods until 6" p. in.
CBl il l
Offer:1 the buf-iaerfc p.iblie rii.ihle, per
miinent, conservative hu1 'iccommodat
mg tanking instntion.
Ye solicit your pHtron.'f with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due ui)pieciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time wo will
be glad to haye you come and see us.
TO CUSTOM Kith". - - - - - -
Canitai and Samlus - $700110.
D. B Coltkan:, Chasluer,
J. M. ODia-n. President.
MJTbrown a BRo.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Juet in rear of St. Clou-, r'l ti. Oq
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-: alwa f;n 'lac''
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