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Arrival of Tralna.
The folio wlng'chnge of schi&dule took
yjec; Jnnel2, 18U9.
No. S arrives at 5 52 a m,
" 8.51 p a, (flag)
44 9.45 p ta, .5
" 3i)0 ntireii t)
southbound; ;'" Kt
37 arrived at 8.49 i ih; (flaa)
" 11 11 23 a m, "
7 " u 8.51pm,
35 M ' 9.20 p m, (flag)
S3 'M 7.19am,-
" fil ... I " S49 a m, (freight)
No. 35. when "running "ahead 'bTffo. 7,
ia flagged if Jieceasary for through travel
aouth of Charlotte, and is Flopped for
passengers Arriving from Lynohburg or
beyond. No. 36 stops regularly- for
ittsaenrers - for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensbdro, Keidnvilie, Danyille and
principal stations between. Danyille and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pfte-tieners-coming
from Lynchburg: or
points beyond, and to take on pas
seugura for regular stopping places
-.outh of Newells. No. 38 stops to let
oil" passengers from regular stopping
laces south of Newells and to take on
ns-H iiiit -rs for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
3 and 34 stop at Concord for
-s- to or from the C. C. & A.
ji-iiou Charlotte to AugiiHta aud
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
wm1 Florida, reached through Columbia
..r A ii instil.
v-. r, s, ii rjl 13 are the looal trains
: -i couaect in Salisbury with trains of
W. N. o. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
IFOCXDED 1842. J
-SING THEIR OWN PRAlSE."
ttiiTger competition and retail deal
u tho funeral knell of CHEAP
every case a sale when tested on
rv Piano warranted and will last a
t'v Pianos have such a reputation for
tone and durability.
hich all do tW realize, but
which make the ST1EFF Pe-
.r.c Tuning 'Phone 196.
JiLtVJ. J-Vi . U 1 ILL r j
. .. rp, Md.
. - v r-rujich Wareroom,
... 213 N. TrvonSt.,ChHrlotte,X.C.
. ii. W ii MOTH, Manager.
S,.' isiactory work is always
:. i you at 'Brown's barber
. - i.
'i'fH' small child of Mr. and Mrs.
I N Lniax of Cannon v! lie. died
Craige Griffin, of Marsh-
lias been visiting his
:)nitiiii Dr. B L Griffin.
Mr E. Henderson, who has
.. ' nr Poplar Tent,
!)ived to Clu'.: .otte.
.J L I Ini a,sell has returned
after. spending a week at
A! von Watson will attend
iiwoi itt the xV & M college the
: i s s Add i e Sir ieker has re
5'iraed home from Laurel
Springs where she visited her
lister. Mrs. Daughton.
Mr. T tl Cook's family have
trone to Salisbury to live. Prob
ably Mr. Cook will go in other
business than mill work while
living in Salisbury..
John Caldwell, a negro boy,
was tried before Mayor Means,
today (Thursday) for striking a
very small negro boy on the
street. It was a simple assault
and it cost John three dollars.
Marriage license has been is
sued to -W R Herrin and Miss
Belle Linker. Both parties-live
in this place. Miss Linker' is a
daughter of Mr; Moses Linker.
W P LeGrande, familiarly
known to us as ''Billy Dee,1' left
Wednesday night for Wilming
ton, where that team plays-him
in three games, after which he
returns to school at the Bingham
school. Billy has numbers of
admirers here and aii regretted
!o ee him leave us.
a vviiiLtj traiu-uaier weanesday
night off of the . southbound ves
. The negro arrested at Scot
land Neck thought to be John
JlonroeJhe murderer of Constat
ble Atkinson, Has been released,"
as he was? not the negro wanted.
peafanpe toi nd' prepare" Jor
Prof. C S Cpjer . requests that
all graded school tcJieTS: meet
at the central buildinj? on Satur
day, ;Skep)ndi'iff I
LOST White and liver colored
bitch. Answer's' to the name
"Slip." A liberal reward will be
given for her recovery. Leave
at St. Cloud hotel.
W. A. Foil.
Miss Bertha. Stubbs returned
Wednesday evening instead of
going to her home at Abbeville,
S. C. She will, be here a while
yet at Mr. R H Griffin's.
FOR SALE A new Wheeler
& Wilson sewing machine with
five drawers, just from the fac
tory. Call at this office and get
a first class machine on easy
Nine persons, at least, will
uiKe advantage oi tne cneap
rates to iniiaaeipriia tomorrow
Some will leave .tomorrow morn
ing and som& will leave tomor
Mr. Dolph Thies and wife have
returned to Haile Gold Mine, S.
C, after spending some time in
the county. Mrs. Thies' sister,
Miss Lillie Shinn, accompanied
Agent Dusenbury requests that
all who are going to Philadelphia
tomorrow night and desire Pull
man berths reserved, will apply
to him before tomorrow" noon.
Ella Gray, a colored girl, is
confined in jail on account of
failure to give bond until court
for stealing several articles from
a negro woman.
The Syrians, who for several
months have been living here
and who made daily rounds sell
ing articles, have departed. Their
leave is in Charlotte's favor.
Miss Jennie and Ellen Gib
son, Rich Gibson and Jas. Can
non returned home Wednesday
night from Yadkin county. Mr.
Hal Jarrett accompanied them
Mr. Mangum, former editor of
the defunct Success and Adver
'Bnter is; coming, n ays Mr.
ad.. VMdi?ih&k&!t l?r:':J
tiser, with which many are ac
quainted, has started a religious
paper under the name of the 'Ep
Miss Edith Schubert and Pearl
and Theodore Schubert returned
here Wednesday night from
Ohio, where they have been vis
iting their relatives for four
months! They have returned
here to live with their father,
who is now engineer at the Can
non mills. They are yet unde
cided as to wrher3 they will live.
You assume no risk when you
buy Chamberlain Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. M. L.
Marsh & Co. 'will refund your
money if you are not satisfied
after using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be tjie. most success
ful rernedjriri fuse for bowel com
plaints and tho only one that
never fails. I is pleasant, safe
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread. Cakes, Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. Wu, T. Johnson, Prop.
- 'Phone No. 122.
Ada These Your List.
Subscribers to the Concord
Telephone Co. will please add the
following to their lists:
135 Concord Cotton Seed Oil
Mill." " l- 1
73- a Caldwell & Stickley.
.National iicaiitpuienl ti- A. K., i'iiila
tfelphia, Pa., Sept; 4-0, 18S. ,
On account of the above the
Southern Railway will sell tick
ets : to : Philadelphia at rate of
$JLp.05 for round trip. Tickets
on sale Sept. 1, , 3; limited re
turning Sept. 12, but an exten
sion of final limit may be ob
tained until Sept. 30th by depos
iting ticket with joint agent at
Philadelphia between Sept. 5th
and 9th, Jjoth (jlates inclusive,
and on payment of a fee of "fifty
cents, Tickets iron-clad - and
limited to continuous passage in
Jboth, directions, ; For further in-
formation; Pullman reservations,
etc., apply, to
Effective September 1st, 1899,
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 owTners 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 day
that such consignments may re
main in custody of the Railway
Company as follows:
In less than car load quantities
1 cent per 100 pounds per day,
with minimum charge of 5 cents
for any one package or lot for
one consignee, but not more
than 1.00 per day for any one
consignment not in excess of a
Agent Southern Ry.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOB
and fever is a bottle ci Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitations? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
W. C. Cornell's
I have purchased of the Con
cord Electric Light Co. all the
supplies used in connection
with lightning. All parties
needing Lamps or Repairs will
find them at my shop" next to
Is the laundry hard on your goods ?
Some are. Examine your goods aii
carefully when you send them to us as
when yon receive them back again and
you ili rfind ihat'we sew up many a
rip, mend many a button hole, pufc new
neok bands on shirts not too badly
Worn (when requested), and in many
ways trv to prolong the use of your
linen. One trial is not ft test. : Often
damage has been- done in previous
laundering and we get the blame- Give
us your steady patronage and we f will
guarantee your linen to last longer than
when done at many other laundries.
'Phone No. 2;
We invested heavily gained a
dpnt for you by so doing. .Quan
tity is a factor in bringing down
prices. We are going to close out
a lot of
DON'T YOU MISS IT.
If a girl's in love
THAT'S HER BUSINESS,
If a man's in love
THAT'S HIS BUSINESS,
If they marry
THEN' IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SELL
ljjfc JgjTHKM THE FINEST szzzzzs x
THIS - CITY FOR
G W PATTERSON
Presh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
, ... Chipped Beef,
Caaned Gorn. Tomatoes,
! ' u : and Peaches. t'"
SodaL BAking Powders, Starch
Oraoiera; bird; Hamih Prnnea,
i-. etf$at Strips, :
Green an Fardhed 5 (Joifee, Tea,
Sugkr,1 $6apV Peas, Meal,
GornlipstuS; 'Oats, Oil,
' ' Floar,Molasse8, Salt,
Vinegar, Snttff;rTobarco, Rice,
' 1 Pbtash,a Spities, bottled
Pickles; ' Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line, 1 VSfe also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glassware,
Shoes Hat's; TinWare Etc. Etc
We close our store at 8.15 dur
ing the 6ummer months.. We de
liver goods until 6 p. m.
Furnitere, Floor Coverings
and China Ware
THE LEAST - MONEY.
Offers the business pnbiic a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
mg banking instirtion.
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us.
TO CUSTOMERS. - - - V - -
Capital ana Snrplns - S70 OOQr
.''u 't 1B Coltrane, Ch&fihier,
J. M. OdEi, -President; ,ws'
. i. . it ., '
jl.ivery, feed and sale
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Cu
nihnsftft meet' all DasseniMr 'i4?aia
OutfitB of all kir.ds far iih
brhmptly and at reasonable cric.
Hdreea and realms always on hami
or sale Bleeders of .Uorougnbreo