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ArriTal of Trains,
The following change of schedule took
.;( ri Juuel2, lS'Jl).
No. o arrives at o 02 a m,
" 1000 a m,
" .7-09 pm,
" 9.45 pm,
;57 arrives at 8.49 a m, (Hag)
11 23 a m.
" 8.51 p m,
" 9.2Up-m, (fluff)
" 7.19 a m,
" 8 49 a m, (freight)
No. when running ahead of No. 7,
:!.-iu'ired if necessary for through travel
. of h'irlotte, and is stopped for.
: -t nirertf arriving1 from Lynchbnr- or
: , voiul. No. V stops regularly for
t-tiigenj for Salisbury, High Point,
i "rtvensboro," Heidhvillo, Oauyille and
: .cipa! s tations between Danyille and
.. -i;ington. No. 37 stops for pas
. -vrs coming from Lynchburg or
( i its beyond, and to take on pas-.'-i:.vrs
for regular stopping places
... irii of Newells. No. 33 stops to let
; ' oiisseiigers from ' regular stopping
iii.tivs south of Newells and to take on
p:i-M.-ugers for regular stopping places,
Lynehburg or beyond.
Nos. -x'-i and 34 stop at Concord for
-sc::crs to or from the C. C. & A.
:jiviioii Ciiarh)tto to Augusta and
-.-tber points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
.is. 7. 11 and 12 are the local trains
connect at Salisbury with trains of
V. N. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
JFOUNOKI 1842. :
"SING THEIR OWN PRAISE."
Lf course yau want a Piano, but per
haps you can't afford a new one.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
We Imve Her em Sqnarei ttnd oe
Kr.iuti, ohcIi a HHrjrain. The finnua
iiavo been put In Perfect condition
hi d every part of Action Kentwed
himI are now Junt mm grootl at wbn
bippl from turn Factory, and will
Allow you purcbaifprlM In exchange
Tor aiil EFF mny im within S yenrt
Take First and Second Choice and
write quick, they won', last long.
Haines Brothers $110.00
Henry Cachle (pearl inlaid) 105.00
'Boardaan & Gray . 100.00
Bacon A: Rayen 90.00
Bacon fc Rayen 70.00
Collard & Collard Grand 60.00
Terms : $10 cash and $5 per month.
Others being repaired and we can suit
you in price and terms.
Fine Tuning and Repairing.
Chas. M. Stieff,
Factory Branch Wareroom,
No. 213 N. Tryon St.,Charlotte,N.C.
C. H. WILMOTH, Manager.
The thermometer reached 97
l-LT.'Ps Wednesday one degree
'"vv blood heat.
Howard Troutman has been
a i'.vd to the clerk force at the
ore of H L Parks & Co.
' : .s Lila Stafford, of Harris-'
left Wednesday night after
' the Misses Sims here.
Jacob Moose, of No. 7 town
v.'.p. has gone to Newton to a
' school at Catawba college.
Harvey Spigel returned
T.hie.sday night after spending
" ays with his father at Salis-
Wi 11 Goldston has severed his
1 j.iiL'Ciioii with Bessemer. He
'Ms been employed in the mill
1 'uurt convenes here on the
b ii of next month. Judge W S
M ! Robinson will be on the
1 "tich again.
Miss Mary King has returned
after spending several
"M.vs at her grandfather's in
ilugh Parks has gone to Albe
niiirie, where he will spend the
bit r. He will stay in the store
I .-irks & Peden.
Miss Mamie Boyd, who has
b',l-i; ViMting at Mrs. L P Cole's,
ha.--, one to Charlotte on her way
' ; her homo in Spartanburg.
M;-- n lassie Brown, who in
"liib.'d to attend school at
iLiihej-ville seminary, has de-
leu tuu-oto Elizabeth college
There are five Fridays and
live Saturdays in September,
..xwi vvuik is always
given you at Brown's barber'
shop. . j
Mr. Williamson Morris and
wife returned home Wednesday
night after spending over a week i
FOR RENT. Three or four
plats of land for farming purposes i
within and around town. Ap- i
my lo uoei Keea.
Misses Sallie Belle Erwin aiid
Agnes Moss and Mrs. C W Swink
have "-returned .home- after visit
ing Mrs: Manic Davis in Meck
Morrison Fotzer and Morrison
King have returned to school at
Davidson, college. . The former
enters the junior -class and the
latter this . ..year, finishes his
course.. . .
A young, man became too gay
at the lawn party at Forest Hill
some nights ago and broke sev
eral 61 the dishes by his scuffling.
He was dealt with by the law
and it cost him'2.50..
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
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread. Cakes, Buns. Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. Wm. T. J ohnson, Prop.
'Phone No. 122.
A Big Time Coming.
A Washington dispatch of the
4 'Preparations for the recep
tion of Admiral Dewey in this
city are rapidly assuming shape,
and from the programme, even
in its present incomplete condi
tion, the celebration will be one
of the most noteworthy that has
occurred in Washington. The
admiral's reception here will be
largely in the nature of an offi
cial function, as its central feat
ure will be the presentation of
the magnificent sword voted him
by Congress. The celebration
will take place on the night of
October 2nd or 3rd. There will
be an imposing parade at night,
in which all available naval and
military forces of the United
States, the District National
Guard, military bodies from
States throughout the Union and
many organized civil bodies will
participate. There will be a
general illumination of the city
and the procession will be , re
viewed by President McKinley
and Admiral Dewey. The Gov
ernors of all the States and ter
ritories have been invited to be
In the District of Columbia
rape is a bailable offence. In a
good many other parts of the
country it is an impromptu
hanging offence if the fiend is
caught. Morning Star.
WANTKDTa buy 100,0C0
pounds oi old cast-iron scrap, de
livered at the foundry at once, for
which we will pay a fair price. No
burnt iron wanted.
alGtf. Concord Foundry Co.
I HAVE PURCHASED
of Mr. Freeze and will again be
ready to serve you with
Saturday morning. I again
solicit part of your patronage.
H. A. GRAEBER.
Have Rented 3Ir. Rrown-s House.
Mr. Geo. W Brown's newly
erected residence on South Main
street has already been rented
and will be occupied soon.
Messrs. Mack and Walter
Ritchie, together with their
brother, Mumford Ritchie, and
their mother, will occupy the
house. Their mother and brother
have been living at Richfield.
An Egjr. Within An Esrjr.
We have often heard of
wheels within wheels but the
Clinton Democrat records an egg
within an egg, each suppled
with 'white" and "yolk." The
inner was of medium size and, of
course, the outer was very large,
measuring 71- inches and weigh
ing 5 ounces.
For vr vtttv Ycnrt
Mrs. Winslow'8 Soothing Syrup lias
been used for over tifty years by mil
lions , of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the ' poor little sufferer immedi
ately. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot
tle. Be sure and ask for "MrR. Win
slows Soothing Syrup," and take no
1 'Well, Clara, what did you see
in the country?" asked a father
of his little four-year-old daugh
ter who had just returned from
a visit to . her grand-parents.
"Oh, justiojts of funny things,"
was the reply, "and the. funniest
of all was the hired man unmilk
ing the cows." Ex.
If Sulu is pronounced Jo-lo and
Jo-lo is pronounced Holo, as a
contemporary who has been run
ding these names down informs
us, why in the mischief didn't
the idiots' call it Holo at first?
The Spaniards never did know
what letter were made for any
way. Morning Star. fl
For DelaIyIs Dangerous !
You have been thinking about
taking out a Policy of Life In
surance. Yes, and for the
benefit 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 find me in my office
every evening during the week
from 8 to 9 o'clock.
Office in Postoffice Building.
Jno. A. Sims,
Sept. 1, 199.
W. C Cornell's
We invested heavily gained a
doint for you by so doing. Quan
tity is a factor in bringing d wn
prices. We are
a lot of
DON'T YOU MISS HIT.
1 I - . '
FURNITURE, FLOOR COVERINQS aU BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Fine line of COFFINS and CASKETS !
ito. 13 , y j
(assist Go To
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Corn, Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
Oracsera, Lrd, Hams, Prunes,
Green and Parched Ooifee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobarco, Rice,
Potash, Spices, boctled
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
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. dx. -sy
going to close out
AMONG THOSE WHO
ARE INTERESTED IN
TURNS to the BEAUTY,
EXCELLENCE and low
PRICES OF OUR
(koi'i Mini Bank
Offers the business public a n liable, per
manent, conservative ana a (eomni exist
ing banking instutlon.
We solicit vour patronafo 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.
Capital aaid Snrplns - - $70 000.
D. B Coltrant;, Chasbier,
J. M. Odeh, President.
M. L. Brown & BRo
LIVERY, FEED N L SALE
Ju8t in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Ou
nibuaes meet all pa r-enger train
Ouiiite of all kiEde furoa-a
promptly and at rex eonable prica.
HorFe- ad mul?8 always on hare
or f-aio 3itci2? of .fcorougbbrtd
Iteaanchf. na Xcu nUqia c areo
HiLES' PALS PILLS. "Ona gent 1oju