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ArrlTnl of Trains,
TLe following change oi &chedtile took
vt!cc; Junel2, 15:99.
No. 8 arrives at 5.52 a m,
'66 " " 10 00 a m,
" 12 " 7-00 pm,
" SS " " 8.51 p m, (flag)
" ;4 " " 9.45 pm,
62 4i " 2.00 a m(lieii t)
No. 37 arrives at S 49 a m, 'flag)
1 1 44 4 4 1 1 23 a m, '
14 7 " 44 8 . 51 p m,
" -5 44 9.2i:: m, (nag)
1 - o " 44 T.lw'am,
" 61 " 44 $.49 a in, (freight)
No. 35, when running: ahead of No. 7,
istkirged if necessary for through travel
i;i a ...f i-harlor.e. and is stopped for
pn-.Ligcrs urriviiig fruiii Lynchburg or
bcvoitd. No. 3C stops regularly fnr
, . t i -.ire fir R,ili.-in. IT.-. -1. r-. i
Grtv:jMoro, Keidsville, Dauville audi
rvrinvu-al statioi:. between Danville and Miss Effie Misenheimer, of Mt.
r coming from Lynchburg or I 1 11. has returned to MC--v.:::ts
beyond, and to take on pas-1 hansville "where she will teach
.-.,vi for regular stopping places) in Mr. Cobb's school dimnir the
-:'"' Nexvehs. No. ;IS stops to let U.sior
ii p-isengeri5 irom regular stopping
- .-otuii oi ewens ana to takoonj
lur regular sioppin pjaees.
i.yiji.'Lii'.irg or bevond.
and 34 stop at Concord for 5
- to or from the C. C. A.
. ... v-i.-j-v. tiariotte to Augusta -and '
::-.i-r i .,,mts m South Carolina, Georgia!
!: i i-i. ..Tub, rtacinM tUrouga Columbia
' 1 i and 2 are the I no frovi
i. .,vt ; at Salisbury with trams of
'A'. Is. e'. Division
'i KLLkilONK NO. 71
"SING THEIR OWN rRAISE."
v:"'er competition and retail deal
the funeral knell
every case a sale
when tested, on
Piano warranted and will w a ; Mr- Frank Furr, after spend
U; -time. ' m:r a week here with his brother,
Tiunos haye such a reputation fori
tone and durability. j
v,!.i,.h ai): do not realize, but
which make the ST1EFF l,re"
rlr.e Tuning . 'Phode 195.
L 1 ib: i. j
W1 A A .
.. iv !.iatich -iareroom,
j;:; N. TryonSt.,Chailotte,N.C. i
,. ,w ii- !
u; Kern is on thepohco -
ill me au.t-un: ui
,ere is some talk of another !
of Knights of Pythias be-j
,vganized her0- !
ing at Mr. H
i' !1( d t (rOi'.i
Loi Craven has returned to
nuoi at the Agricultural and!
.-hanical college. t
Mr. and Mrs. P B Feizer have
LTone to New York. They will
- gone about two weeks.
Miss Maggie Bessent has re
urned to Salem Female college
where she will teach another
Mrriage licenses were issued
Fridavto W FCauble and Miss S
Y Vuncannon. Both parties live
in No. 9 township.
Prof. H A Wolfshon, of At
lanta, will sing in the choir at
the Baptist church tomorrow
morning and night.
Marvin Griffin has secured a
position in the Morris hardware.
He fills the place made vacant
by Mr. Baxter Winecoff.
The Daughters of the King
will hold a meeting next Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock in the
study of Rev. J C Davis.
LOST White and liver colored
Pointer bitch three years old.
Answers to the name of
"Slip." A 1 iberal reward will be
given for her recovery. Leave
at St. Cloud hotel.
W. A. Foil.
Mr. Hugh Crisrler. of Rrio-ht-
wood, Vs., passed through here !
t riday on his way to school at
North Carolina College.
Mrs. Jno. Robinson has re
turned to Reidsville after visit-:
ing her father, Mr. J M Vander
burg at Forest Hill. ,
Miss Hattie Austin returned to
Albemarle Friday after visiting i
Miss Effie Stone at Forest Hill, j
Miss Stone accompanied her :
Miss Neppie Newell has re
turned to Newells after visiting
the Misses Sims at this place
and Miss Clara Gillon near this!
Mrs. J no
visiting at Mr. N.F Yorke's and
ir. Frank Pharr's have returned
The cotton market has opened.
Cotton Weigher Props! handled
seventeen bales Friday
the amount was from Mecklen
, Mr. J M Harris, of near Har
j risburg. and formerly of Fort
I Mills, lias gone to Albemarle
! wlie re lie has a position in the
: company store.
Miss Dora Bost returned Fri
' day from her home near Organ
j Church after spending several
days on account of the sickness
1 of some of her relatives.
Mr. Jno. A Cline, who for rive
weeks has been in the hospital
at Philadelphia undergoing u
! treatment tor neuritis, will re-
I turn home tomorrow morning
' J A Furr, lias returned to Char
ow whore ie will teach a
, , ' , ...
school near the Gingham mills.
Miss Madeline Baylor, of
j Texas, who has been spending
j some time at Mr. P B Fetzer's
! lias gone to Kentucky where she
s will visit before returning home.
Mr. Bruce Templeton,
Mooresville. spent Friday night
Mt ! v .lool Rrd PTii ("Vino
his sister. Miss Minnie
' Templeton, who has been visit
The church of the late Dr.
Creasv at Winston has decided
U) rin Rev j A B Fry as
ply pastor until the annual con
ference convenes in Concord in
FOR SALE A new Wheeler
& Wilson sewing machine with
.vlio has been uik s, jusu uum .m .c.L-
: -derson-s. hanlry. Ca 11 at this ottice and sot
a nrst mass maenme on easy
Miss Mary Dodson returned
homeFrida;y: uight ,fr
viUe where she has bee
ing most of her vacation. Miss
Sue Richmond, of Milton, accom
panied her and will stay some
time at Judge Montgomery's.
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread. Cakei. Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. ' Wk. T. Johnson, Prop.
'Phone No. 122.
An Aerolite 0?er Atlanta.
Dispatches say that a most in
teresting astronomical phe
nomina occurred over Atlanta
and surrounding places oh the
night of August 30th. An
aerolite passed over from north
to south, carrying such brilliancy
as to dim the electric lamps.
When at an angle of about 45 de
grees from the city it exploded
and a sound followed as of a dis
tant cannon. It required about
one minute for the sound to ar
MllesMtofM Mill a?w suaraiieeed to KtOU
Presents a Report to the War Depart
ment on What He Thinks Ought to he
Done in Cuha.
Washington, Sept. 1. In a re
port presented at the War De:
partment from Fitzhugh Lee,
commanding the' provinces of
Havana and Pinar del Rio, that
officer makes a number of recom
mendations for reform for the
betterment of the inhabitants.
Among these are that an early
census of the island be taken;
that the question of suffrage be
considered in all its aspects, and
a decision reached regarding the
same; that a modern system of
jurisprudence, as far as it can be
made applicable be generally in-j
troduced. so that elective officers j
belonging to it can be voted for
at the general elections: that aj
general elect ion be- ordered for a
President, or Chief Magistrate.
Vice-President and a Congress or
Legislature to consist of two
brandies, and all other officers
of a republic, as well as munici
pal elections in the various mu
nicipalities. He also recommends that the
United States shall keep a strict
supervision of the ail'airs of Cuba
until a republican form of gov
ernment has been adopted by the
people; that the island shall still
be garrisoned by troops of the
United States in order to protect
the lives and property of citizens
of the United States and those of
other foreign countries residing
in Cuba, preserve peace, sup
press disorder and maintain the
supremacy of civil law wherever
and whenever may be necessary:
that the.future of the Cuban re
public shall be vested in the peo
ple and their representatives, soi
far as it relates to the question
annexation to the United States.
For Dklay Is Dax;i:kous !
You have been thinking about,
taking out a Policy of LiFt: In
suiiAXCK. Yes, and for the
bench t of yourself and loved
ones you will take an Accident
Mr. W D. Shubert, machinist
at Cannon Manufacturing Co.
and Mr. F. B. Haydock. ma
chinist at the Bleachery, have
both been injured recently, and
both promptly received their
weekly indemnity. Go -to see
them, they were insured by me.
You can rind me in mv office
every evening during the week
from 8 to 9 o'clock.
Office in Postoffice Building.
Jno- A. Sims,
Sept. 1, 1899.
and fever is a bottle z 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. Correirs
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
DON'T YOU MISS lilT.
a i a
FURNITURE, FLOOR COVERINGS
Fine line of "COFFINS' and CASKETS 2
tstss Qo To woo
G W PATTERSON
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Caftned Corn, Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
OrscEera, Lard, Hams, Prunea,
Green aod Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Rice,
Potash, Spices, bottled
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glassware,
Shoes Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc
We close our store at 8.15 dur
ing the summer months. We de
liver goodB until 6 p. m.
C2 S SI" SIS
AMONd THOSE WHO
ARE 1 XTE RESTED IX
TURNS to the BEAUTY,
EXCELLENCE and low
PRICES OF OUR .
and BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES,
and Embalmers. ;
.:.::: - '
CoDcord JSational fiu
Offers the business iubiic a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit vour patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we wiU
be glad to haye you come and see us.
Capital and Surplus - $70 000.
D. Coltranb, Chashier,
J, M. Odeil. President,
M, L. Brown & BRo..
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Just in rear of St. Cmud Ho'!. On
nibuees meet all passenger .raiL
Outfits of all 'cindB fur h
promptly and at reasonable arto-.
Horeea and muler always on han
or sale. Breeders of -norougnbr-d .
Poland Obina Hoqr
(dLc PAIN PLLIA. "One3ea,s.toa
e4laJia0ni!tm'- "One centra