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ArrlTal of Trains,
The foiiowinp clmnp: of cohedule took
S arrives at 5 52 a m,
44 10 00 a m,
7-09 p m,
8.51 p m, (flag)
U.4S p in,
2.00 a m (lieu t)
37 arrives at 8 40 a, m, 'flar)
" 11 " 44 11 23 am,
44 7 44 44 8.51 p m,
" 35 " 9.20 p m, (dutf)
."3 " 4i 7.19 a di,
" 61 " " 849 a m, (freight)
No. 35, when running ahead of No. 7,
islLiirjred if necessary for through travel
M'utu of harlott, aud is stopped for
piisH Ugers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 30 stops regularly for
passeiigors for' Salisbury, High Point,
(.irtrnsboro, Keidsville, Danville and
; niivii'al stations between Danyille and
'Aihiugton. No. 37 stops for pas-f-f
Mirers coming from Lynchburg or
;..ihts beyond, and to take onpas
( M-ors for regular stopping places
.!itiof Newells. No. 38 btops to let
.; passengers from regular stopping
i-: ices south of Newells and to take on
pasM.'ugers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
'us. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
.-senuer to or from the C. C. & A.
;,iviion Charlotte to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
tiLd Florida, reached through Columbia
N.s. 7, S. 11 aud VI are the local trains
ar.u connect at Salisbury with trains of
W. N. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
IFOINOKI IS 12.
"SING THEIR OWN PRAISE."
Of course you want a Piano, but per
haps you can't ailord a new one.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
Ve Imv Seven NqnareH .and One
KniiHi. ncU UnrffHiu. Thos I'innos
hie beeu put in Per teat oudltioa
Hfd every part ol Action Kenve4
hikI are now jiiHt an gowd ah when
lilpppl from the Factory, Hiid will
itilow you imrchasenric In exchange
for a l IKFF ny iiin within 3 yeari
Take First and Second Choice and
write quick, they won't last long.
Haines Brothers $110.00
Henry Cachle (pearl inlaid) 105.00
Boardaan & Gray 100.00
Bacon & Raven 90.00
Bacon k Raven 70.00
Collard & Collard Grand 60.1)0
Terms: 810 cash and $5 per month.
Others being repaired and we can rait
you in price and term's. '. "" :
Fine Tuning and Repairing;
Baltimore. MU. ,
Factory Branch Wareroom,
No. 213 N. TryonSt.,Charlotte,N.C.
C. H. WILMOTH, Manager
Charlotte has in prospect a
".. 000 plow plant., -v ,v u.
Satisfactory work is always
.dven you, at Brown's barber
Mr. M D Schubert and chil--'ii
have moved into Mrs. Cole's
''sidonce on Spring street. ..:
('has. Smart has gone to Mi
HMiheimer's snriners to spend
Jibout a week. He is very un-
Mitchell Clark, a young man
!: iii Forest Hill, is working in
furniture store of Craven
brothers. ' .
Mr. A E Lentz has returned
'"'UUi from a business trip to
NVw York for D P Davault &
'Sheriff Peck now has -his tax
books completed. Up to'Thurs
'iny evening two receipts had
'"".j-i torn out. .' ' . , .
Miss Carrie White and Harold
j.-orrell, who have been visiting
here, have gone to Newells on
their way to Spartanburg.
FOR RENT. Three ' or four
plats of land for farming purposes
vithin and around town. Ap:
ply to Joel Reed.
Jno. Pitts, after spending sev
eral days here with his parents,
lias gone to Greensboro where
ho intends to enlist in the army.
Mr. W A Foil, who has been
advertising for a lost dog in this
paper, informs us that he has
found it. It was near Foil's mill
above Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Giles Crowell has
irw,ulUuin nis resi
dence. EliGoldston has returnedhome
after spending several days in
Mr. Tom Barringer, who left
here some days ago, has been
working in Norfolk.
Mr. Sol Levy has returned
irom Athens, Ga., after spend
ing several days.
Work has stormprl
of our new houses in Concord on 1
account of the scarcity of lumber. J
Mrs. Ann Fink, who fnr smma,
time has been unwell, has been
moved to the home of Mr. W D
Work is gradually progressing
on Mr. R K Black's cottage on
Spring street. The roof has
been put on.
Mrs. Stubbs and children, who
have been visiting at Mr. R H
Griffin's, have returned to Ab
beville, S. C.
Miss Fannie Leslie has ac
cepted a position as stenographer
and typewriter in ' the office of
Mr. Jas. W Cannon.
A weekly newspaper conducted
by a colored man wrill soon come
forth here. Its office is upstairs
in the laundry building.
Mrs. R Lee Carr and children,
who have been spending a week
at Mr. M E Castor's, have gone to
John Goodman, who for quite
a long while has been in the com
posing room of the ' Times office,
has gone to Charlotte where he
will work on the, Presbyterian
Standard.- ' . ., '
Bishop Cheshire, of Raleigh,
will be here on Tuesday and
Wednesday, 3rd and 4th of next
month. There- will be services
in the Episcopal" church both
Miss Minnie Daniels, of near
Lexington, who visits Mrs. M C
Dusenbury here, has taken
cbafgeT pf the; music and art' ide-
parimn in , jnec enppi at . ai -
The Ladies' Missionary society
of the First Presbyterian church
will meet on next Monday after
noon at 5 o'clock with Miss
The game of baseball between
the colored teain$ , of this ..place
and Charlotte resufid in a 13 to
4 score Thursday m our favor.
This made the result of the two
games one ai5d ne. Xu
FOR SALE X new Wheeler
& Wilson sewing machine with
five drwer, jujty fr,om vth fac
tory. ( pill afrthismce and get
a first class machine on easy
terms. . . tf.
Mrs. Michael and daughter,
Miss Emma Michael who have
been visiting at Mr. Pink.Misen
heime'r'si,: together wTith Mrs.
Titus Mbjser, of near Mt. Pleas
ant, left Thursday night f or Hjck
ory to y4sit .iheir relatives, .i !
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread,. Cakes, Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams Truits and Candies always
on hand. Wm. T. Johnson, Prop.
' 'Phone No. 122.
WANTJSD-Tfc buy 100,000
pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de
livered a tie foundry at .oDceVfor
whtcli w6 will pay & fair prioei No
burnt iron wanted.
alCtf, Concord Foundry Oo.
I HA;VE PURCHASED
The. ' Market
of Mr; Freeze 'Ma will'again be
ready to serve you with
IE IS IF9
Saturday morning. I again
solicit part of your patronage.
H. A. GRAEBER.
He holds much who holds his
To enjoy today, stop worrying
Among the most danger of
edged tools are cutting remarks.
Put your mind in your work
and then your work will come to
Faith puts us into the boat of
salvation; but. being in, we must
use the oars. Ex.
Bids Wanted For Lumber.
Cabarrus wants about 11,000
feet of oak and pine lumber for
bridge over Rocky Riuer.
J P Allison, chairman of Coun
ty Commissioners, will receive
bids for it.
Tne soothing and healing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt aud permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
the people everywhere. For sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggists.
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
I am the mother of eight child
ren and have had a great deal of
experience with medicines. Last
summer my little daughter had
the dysentery in its worst form.
We thought sb would die. I
tried everything I could think of.
I saw by an advertisement in our
paper that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was highly recommended and
sent and got a bottle at once. It
proved to be one of the very best
medicines we ever had m the
house. It saved my little daught
er's life. I am anxious for every
mother to know what an excellent
medicine it is. Had I known it at
first it would have saved me a
great r . deal of anxietv and my
little daughter much guffering.
Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Bur
dick, Liberty, H. L For Sale by
AL L. Marsh fc Co., Druggist.
Del ax Hot
For Delay Is 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 ,s Cannon .Manufacturing Co.
and Mr, iB. .HAydock, ma
chinist at the ' BleacHery, have
both been in juredf recently, and
both promptly received their
weekly indemnity. Co to see
them, they wTere insured by me..
You can find me in my office
every evening . during the week
from 8 to 9 o'clock.
Office in Postoflice '-Building.
Jno. A. Sims,
i i Insurance Agent.
Sept. 1, 1899.
W. C CorrelFs
We invested heavily gained a
(Joint for you by so doing. Q,uflr -tity
is a factor in bringing d wn
prices. We are going to close out
a lot of
DON'T YOU fiMISS BIT.
FURNITURE FLOOR CQYERISBS
Funeral Di reefers
Fine line" of COEFIN-and CASKETS !
catoia Qo To wo
G W PATTERSON
. '. . FOR
Fresh Batter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, ,, Hominy,
Canned Corn, Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
GracKera. Lard, Hama, Prunes,
i Breakfast Strips,
Green apd ParchedT Cotfee, 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
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. m.
' W 2rV
AMONG THOSE WHO
ARE INTERESTED IN
TURNS to the BEAUTY,
EXCELLENCE aud low
PRICES OF OUR
and BUCK'S STOVES ani RANGES, g
s ahd Embalmers.
. v . c ;
Offefo the busibes8 public a reliablejper-
mannt, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due ppieciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to haye you come and see us.
Capital ani Surplus $70 000.
U. 15 vJOLTRANT., iiasuier,
J. M. Odejl. President,
M, L. Brown & BRo
LIVERY, FEED A ND SALE
Just in rear of St. Cloud Ho i. Or.
nibanes meet r11 paenger irn
Ouriite of all kiEds fur.ilr)
promptly and at reeonable t.ncf
Horse and mul tlwaya on naov
or pale Breeders of .noroughbrer
Poland Cainw Hotg.
' fTaOaenn .na Keuralgfa carep