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' M .'w:n:: c.hng- oi", schedule took
NO KT 11 BOUND.
8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
" 10 00 am,
44 7-ni) p m,
$.51 p m, (Hag)
" '.Uo i m,
44 2 00 ft m(!reim t)
.-. :7 arrives at 8 '10 a m, ihuO
7 ' " 8.51 p ra,
M 14 .2op in, (H:ig)
;' 7. lit a ui,
til " " S 4!)h m, (freight)
No. ;", whf'ii running ahead of No. 7,
.I.iggL'd if nvoecsary for through travel
:t!i of i. harlot to, and is slopped for
:.sengors arriving fioni Lynchburg or
v'-voud. No. oG ptops regularly for
;sseiigers fur Salisbury, High Point,
.:vensloro. Keidsville, Danyill and
. Ipii! .--tutions between -Danyil 'd
, .Miiugtoii. No. :7 ttops for
:?vis coming from J-ynchbur.;
ms beyond, and to take on s
; L'ers for regular .stopping places
;. !mf Newells. No. .SS stops to let
passenger? from regular stopping
: .Ts soiitii of Nowells and to take on
i'or regular stopping phtces.
i .'Mliiii'u- or beyond.
' : and ;U stop at Concord for
4 or from the C. C. A; A.
. . -icn L-iiariolto to Augusta nud
.rjoi?t! ir: South Carolina, Georgia
i.'loridi, reached through Columbia
' 1' 1 )c. are the local trains
. ; wine t at balisbury wilii trains of
-N. ( I)iv;oion.
'L'KuEi'i'ONE NO. 71 .
"SING THEIK OWN PRAISE."
v'ouise yeu want a Piano, but per
haps you can't ailord a new one.
IIEBE'S YOUR CHANCE.
. ; lmve Seven Nquares hiicI One
;i;l. 'cl; Barg'ftii. Tlose I Inn on
- Jiorii fn I'orlect c ondition
t; ! 'ry part ot Action Kenewed
1 1 . 4 1 are now just hm ifooti hh wlien
shipped from the Factory, hu1 will
iloit yon 11 rehnsepnee In exchange
jor h 1 1 KFF any time u itlilu 3 years
r-ike First and Second Choice and
siiu' quick. the3T won't last long,
iiaines Brothers .110.00
Henry Cachle (pearl inlaid) 105.00
L.ardaan t Gray 100.00
U i.on jc lCaven 90.00
u--oa .A: Bayen 70.00
-4krd Sc Collard Grand 60.00
i rniH : 10 cash and $5 per month.
Oil crs being repaired and we can suit
you in price and terms.
line Tuning and Repairing.
Chas. M. Stieff,
factory Branch "Wareroom,
No. 213 N. TryonSt.tCharlotte,N.O.
C. H. WILMOTH, Manager.
Miss Winona Cook, of Mount
Pleasant, spent Sunday at Prof,
i'js. P CookJs.
.Satisfactory work is always
L'ivn you at Brown's barber
Mr. McCree Anderson, ticket
r it at the depot, spent Sunday
is home m Statesville.
M iss Irma Kimmons will attend
mooI at the Greensboro State
inal the coming session.
Mrs. Sol Levy and children re-
r iH'd home Saturday night after
; uding a week m Athens, Ga.
Mrs. GW Patterson returned
last Saturday night from
ti lotte where she spent sev-
Mr. Jno. Rutledge, of Char
lies secured a position with
Cannon Manufacturing Co.
-v ill be in the office of the
vsrs. U J Cr-: a-'1 Geo. L
. Iiave opened a li.-3ry.sta-Korest
Hill on North
street near the several
v u'ss houses on tV street.
1 V". son sewing machine with
: drawers, just from the fac
"'!'.". Call at this office and gut
'i't (dass machine on easy
lr. Stevens left here last Satur
hiy evening to spend a few days
it China Grove and from there
'- returns to Asheville. Mrs.
"vims will spend a week or
? hei-M and at. China Grove
New ad. Read it.
Miss Mary Hendrix lias re
turned to school at Mont Amoena
Torn Barringor cam- home
from Charlotte Saturday night
to spend Sunday.
A big real estate deal is about
to take place in Concord. It is
not a certainty yet.
The little child of Mr. and
Mrs. S F Harmon on Church
street is very sick.
Miiledge Hollman, son of Rev.
Dr. Hoilman, is hero today. Mr.
Hollman is a printer.
Miss Molke Sparks, ot Mocks
ville, is visiting at Mr. G.'uham's
on "North Main street.
Biliy Caldwell hi)-, :oue to
S;ray to assist in 1. e Avirmg of
i i. ?e coL'iuii iniils LiiCiAi.
After visiting sev.?rai days
he:-e, Brai):o:i Mca:; has re
turned to school at M''';;iv.;e.
Mr. T C AViLson, w.ic Vs super
intendent of one d i ' : coiton
mills at ('astonia, spent Sunday
A gorrna l will
Phifer haii Loib-gl; .
ary to Miss E
U i oson's
Miss Nellie Grimb-.il;, :y'i V:.no:i,
S. C, arrived Saturday niglit to
visit her friend. Miss Mabel
We call attention to the new
advertisement of H L Parks &
Co., which will be found in an
Last Saturday was the best
cotton day of the season so far.
Cotton Weigher Propst's scales
were used lifty-four times.
Mrs. D M Ritchie has arrived
hare from Richfield and is living
with her sons in Mr. Geo. W
Brown's new residence on South
Mrs. J E Watson, of Charlotte,
who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Eugene Sloan, has returned
to Charlotte. Mrs. Sloan accom
panied her home.
FOR RENT. Three or four
plats of land for farming purposes
within and around town. Ap
ply to Joel Reed.
Joe Henderson, a negro, was
confined in jail Sunday to await
a trial for a forcible trespass. He
was found guilty and sentenced
to the chaingang.
There will be a. meeting of the
session of the First Presbyterian
church tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
the reception-room of the Cabar
rus Savings Bank.
Mr. Martin M Misenheimer
and Miss Isabella Elkins were
granted marriage license last
Saturday afternoon. Both live
near Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Helen Johnson, who has
been spending her vacation here
with her mother, has gone to Mil
ford, Tex., where she teaches
elocution in the Milford college
Miss Jennie Sloan and her
friend, Miss May Bradshaw,
have returned to Mill Bridge.
They have been visiting Miss
Sloan's brother, Mr. Eugene
Mr. Jno. Nelson, of Cannon
ville, was granted license to mar
ry Miss Allie Christenbury,
daughter of Mr. Reuben Chris
tenbury, of No. 2 township.
Mr. Mumford Ritchie, formerly
of Richfield, but whose home
will now be in Concord, has se
cured a position in the store of
the Cannon & Fetzer Co. He is
a brother of Messrs. Mack and
Walter Ritchie here.
Cream - Parlor.
Fresh Bread. Cakes, Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. Wn, T. Johnsok, Prop.
'Phone No. 122.
Jirk-r iivU l.'j 'Years.
Melville Parker, who it will
be remembered, attempted an
assault on the little daughter of
Mr. Hurlston near Durham a
few weeks ago, was f und guilty
on last Saturday of ike attempt
and not the consummation of the
act. Judge Brown gave him 15
years in the penitentiary. He
hitimated his pleasure at the
finding of the jury, as there was
a reasonable doubt in the matter.
It is regarded as a vindication of
the law and a demonstration of
the danger of lynching.
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY.
It is certainly 'drying to the
public to know of one concern in
the laud who are not afiaid to be
generous to tlio -needy and suffer
iug. The proprietors of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and'Colds, have
giAen away oyer ten million trial
bottles of this groat medicine; and
have the satisfaction of knowniu
it has absolutely cured thousands
of hopeless eases. A st hum, Broueb
itis, Hoarseness and ah dis
eases ot the Throat, Client r-nd
Lungs are surely cured by it.
Cull on 1'. 13. Fetzer, D nudist,
and get a free trial bottle. Regular
size 50c. and si. Every bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded.
Filippi uox Are Agreive.
Dispatches of the (.Uh say that
that the Filipinos made attacks
at three points but were repulsed
without loss to the Americans,
One native captain and six men
For Delay Is Dangerous !
You have been thinking about
taking out a Policy of Life In
surance. Yes, and for the
vourself 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, 1899.
Winter is Coming-
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OF
And have ten more car loads on the way.
It is time for you to lay in a supply for
the winter, isn't it? I also haye on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C. Blackwelder,
' West Depot St. at Store. S'Phone 68.
ve invested heavily gained a
point for you by
prices. W e are
don't you mms PIT.
this fall. She has seen the line we are showing and the
low prices and knows its economy to buy now. Your
new STOVE should be a BUCK'S STOVE OR RAGE
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Cora. Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
Urackera, Lara, Hams, Prunes,
Green aDd 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, 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.
so doing. G,uan-
going to close out
IS NOT EXTRAVAGANT BE
CAUSE SHE INSISTS ON HAV
I CoDcord National Bank
Offera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conseryative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit vour patronage with tbc
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appr eciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us,
TO CUSTOMERS. ......
Capital aud Surplus - S70 ORG.
). B Coltrant, Chashier,
J. M. Oi;Mi. President.
M. L. Brown & BRo.
LIVERY, FEKD AND SALE
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Oo
nibu.8 meet all passenger trainr.
Outfits of ail kinds furQihed
promptly and at reasonable prict?r .
Hemes and t"c!8 always on hanc
or eal'i. Bre- ird of horoaghbred
Poland Chins Hia. t