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Arriyul of Trtn,
The folloriiig change of schedule took
fleet Jnnel2, 189'J.
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
11 10 00 am,
14 7-00 pm,
" 8.51pm, (flag) .
" 9.45 pm,
Mr ill liCii,. 17
A'o. 37 arrives at 8 49 a m, (Hag)
"11 " "1123 am,
- 7 1 4 4 4 8 . 51 p m,
l u " 9.20 pin, (flag; -
XX- ' 7.11) u m,
" 61 " " 8.49 a m, (freight) '
No. 35. when running ahead of No. 7,
-Ujisprt'd if necessary for through travel
i.-uth of '. iwulotte, ami is stopped for
passengers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 3d stops regularly for
passengers for Salisbury, High Point,
(ireen'shoiv, Reidsville, Danyille and
Mfinipaj stations between Danyille and
'A'asjiiug ion. No. 37 stops for pas-
:,-.vvrs eommg from J-yuchburs; or
i :.-)! s bi-yond, and to Like on pas--
:. : fur regular stopping places
-. utUot' Newells. No. 38 stops to let
.,v pisingers from reguiur .stopping
, ;ivs suth of Newells iud to take on
. . s fur regular stoppiiig places,
: '.uarg or beyond.
and 34 stop at Concord for
. 1 or from the O. C. V A.
5 : . -. ; -ion Ch.-irlotte to Augutaund
:i points in South Carolina, Georgia
l Fi-rida, reached through Columbia
. '"' 1 ' '-ml "12 are the local trains
. a i oiiuea at Salisbury with trains of
W. N. 0. Division.
CELEFUOZ NO". 71 ! "
tFOrXUKU IS 13. :
"SING THEIR OWN PRAISE."
r.-.jger competition and retail deal
ers. 1 the fv.ueral knell of CHEAP
. eyerv case a sale when tested on
v T'inno warranted and will last a
Pianos have such a reputation for
tone and durability.
uin-h ail. do nor realize, but
which make the STIEFF pre
nc Tuning 'Phone 196.
Chas. M. Stieff,
: ''r-iiifh Vvareroom,
Xo. 21 i S. Tryou Ht.,Churlottc,N.C.
C. IT. W7L?IOTH, Manager.
H L Woodhouse has re
. u l'ru.n Ashe vi lie.
":. i :.-v.' oi'.v work is always
.I vou at Brown's barber
ne of Mr. Wash Crowell's
: ;rest, Hill is very low
:i tvphoid fever.
r..oi- -vens, of Bests
V t;.s ;on: to Salem female
ii na .'V t (.
;s leiinie ludwig. of No. 1
. .i;,hip, has returned home
visaing in Charlotte.
: .! C Ma tiies and family
. . moved into their temporary
Mis. BroVvTi has returntnl to
Mrs. M.-". id arson's after spend -;;:)!
time in SalisVmry.
Mis. Tom Fetzer and children
I.i vc I'ciiuiieu to Duroam after
-..isiiiiii several weeks here.
K.-q. C A Pitts' family have
moved into Mrs. Mottle Wine
oil's rssidence on South Main
-it n -eL
Col. ,i M Armtield has declined
the appointment extended him as
major of the Forty-sixth regi
ment. Mrs. M C Dusenbury and little
grandson returned home Thurs
day night from a trip to Davidson
Messrs. Brandon Means and
u on ton Johnson have gone to
the Bingliam school for the com
Master Marshall Freeman, son
of Mr. M J Freeman, has gone
to Rait: more to spend several
.v.-eiv , with his aunt, Mrs. Jno.
4 ft; if, frj . Far"
'Mrs.-M-LrJVlarsh has returned-
home from Baltimore where she
spent several . weeks with her j
Mrs;. L F Gay, of Roanoke
Rapids, arrived here Thursday
night to visit her daughter. Mrs
Miss Nnm two ue
to Lexington after snendimr
four weeks here with her rela
tives and friends. .
Mr. T M Denning and family
have moved into the house va
cated by Mr. T H Cook on
North Church street. ,
Mrs. D D Johnson and chil
dren have returned home after
spending some time in the west
ern part of the State.
The Concord band has added
to its inventory of instruments
an almost new tuba horn. Mr.
Charlie Correll is proud of it.
Mrs. Jno.-Woodhouse has gone
to New Jersey to spend a month
w'th her relatives at Newark,
South Orange and Mendham.
Prof. C S Coler returned home
Thursday night from Ohio after
spending several weeks where
lie has been engaged in educa
Mr. Jno. A Sims has his reg
ular office hours for his insurance
work in order that the laboring
class can meet him. Read his
Mrs. Daniels, of Littleton, wl o
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J as. Cannon, has gone to Winston-Salem
to visit her sister,
Mrs. B rower.
Miss May Richmond, of Mil
ton, who has been visiting at
Judge Montgomery's has gone
to Morganton when4 she will
Sal Gaines, another one of the
gang of negro women of our
town, was put in jail Thursday
afternoon. Her four-year-old
boy. is in jail with her.
Mr. Baron Caldwell returned
here Thursday night after visit
ing for several weeks in States
vilie. He has now . returned to
his home at Due West, S. C.
Mr. D P Payvault's children
returned home1 Thursday night
after visiting at Hickory and
elsewhere. Mr. Day vault spent
Thursday at Connelly sprhigs
and returned with them.
j Miss Aiattie McDonald and
mother have returned to Faston,
Md., after spending some time
i here and in Charlotte. Mr. Lier
i bert McDonald, of Ckarl Ate,
accompanied them home.
i Frank Hunsucker, an ex-mem-!
bor of Co. L, is making an effort
to get back into army service,
j ff possible he wants to get ie the
jsame company in which Mi'.
; Edward Hill is a lieutenant.
FOR SALE A new Wheeler
!& Wilson sewing machine with
live drawers, just from the fac
! torv. Call at this office and get
j a first class machine on easy
j terms. tf.
Miss ljessie oosuan juu s
cured a position as stenogra)her
and typewriter for the Wi seas
sett Mill Co. She will not go to
Whitsett Institute as was stated
I before. Stanly Enterprise.
Mr. Marshall Herrin, of No. 9
township, performed the mar
riage ceremony Thursday after
noon at 4 o'clock for Mr. W R
Herrin and Miss Belle Linker,
of this place.
A considerable crowd of young
folks from Rocky River and
Pioneer Mills assembled at the
home of Miss Pearl Morrison
near here Thursday night. It
was an evening picnic. Miss
Nannie. Archibald, from this
, Fruit and
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread. Cakes. Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. War. T. Johnson, Prop. '.
'Phone No. 123.
Mr. and Mrs. J W Cannon,
Miss Mnrv R17a:niid Jantea Can-
non left - Thursday night for
Kichmond, Va., to spend some
Mr. W A Foil, and wife, of
iRoarincr firm arrived Vipv
Thursday night on their way to
Mr- Martin Bogers to spend a
Miss Carrie White and Harold
Correll, of Spartanburg, arrived
j here Thursday after visiting at
Mill Bridge. They are visiting
at Mr. C R White's.
Teachers of the Graded school
will please note that they are
wanted to meet Prof. Coler at
four o'clock on Saturday, instead
of two o'clock, as the type has
twice said in The Standard.
LOST White and liver colored
Pointer' bitch three years old.
Answers to the name of
"Slip." A liberal re ward will be
given for her recovery. Leave
at St, Cloud hotel.
W. A. Foil.
Mis Caldwell Won the Cake.
The Lynchburg, Va., Times
contains the following of one of
Concord's young ladies :
"A very enjoyable and largely!
attended entertainment was given I
at Gait's Mill,. in Amherst county
mi -i ' i i . i
rnursaay nignt oy the young
people of that vicinity. The first
thing on the program was a
';cake walk," and the contestants
were all blackened and costumed
to represout the "darkies. It
was said to have been an ideal
cake walk and the prize
was awarded to Miss Gertrude
Caldwell; a very attract ive voung
lady from Concord, North Caro
lina, who is visiting at the home
of Mr. Henry D. LeGrande, in
Appomattox county, and who re
cently spent some week's in
This is a nice compliment for
Miss Caldwell given by the Vir
ginians. We learn that the cake
weighed twenty pounds.
ElTective September 1st, 1600,
all freight not promptly removed
from the custody of the Railway
Company will be subject to the
following charges for storage:
All pack' age 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 1:2.00 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 consign merits 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 rRESCKIPTION
aud fever is a bottle zi 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. Correll's
We invested heavily gained a
doint for you by so doing. Q,u en
tity is a factor in bringing down
prices. We are going to close out
DON'T YOU MISS : IT.
FURNITURE. FLOOR COVERINGS ami BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Fine lane of COFFINS and CASKETS !
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Corn, Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
GraCKera, Lara, Hama, Prunes,
Green and Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Rice,
Potash, Spices, boctled ,
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
JRope, Crockery, Glass-ware,
Woodenware, DryGoods, .
Shoes Hats, Tinvware Etc. Etc
We close our store at 8.15 dur
ing the summer months. We de
liver goods untiljS p. m. "
AMONG THOSE WHO
ARK INTERESTED IN
NIC ELY FURNISHED
EXCELLENCE and low
PRICES OF OUR .
OiTero the busines.'- puwiic a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing hanking instutioi).
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appieciatiou of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we wU
be glad to have you come and see us.
TO CUSTOMER. - - - - - -
Capital aai Mns - - $70000.
J). B Coltkane, Chasmer,
J. M. Odejl. President, -
M, L Brown & BRa
LIVERY. FEED AND SALE
Jurt in rear of 81. CJoud Hotel. Om
ni DUPae EQ'.'-ei wwssen'gftr 'rvaf.
OmSts of fJ; kinds farnishad
promptly anci ai itaeonable pricep.
Hor-yt? ai d rnni-e always on baud
or nale. FiTd of ,tioroughbred
Polar d O'dru- Row tf
, i i in r
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