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Arrival of Trains,
The following change of schedule took
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
" 36 " 44 10 00 am,
" 12 44 44 7-09 pm,
44 33 44 4 4 8.51 p m, (flag)
" 34 ' " 9.45 pm,
4 62 " " 2.00am(lreiuit)
So. 37 arrives at 8 49 a m, (flag)
" 11 " "1123 am.
41 7 " 44 8.51 pm,
44 35 K 44 9.20 pm, (flag)
4 33 ' " 7.19 a m,
44 61 " 44 &49 a m, (freight),
No. 35, when running: ahead of No. 7,
is flagged if necessary for through travel
t-outh of Charlotte, and is stopped for
passengers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 36 stops regularly for
lassengers for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, Reidsville, Danville and
principal stations between Danville and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
sengers coming from Lynchburg or
points beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for regular stopping places
south of Ne we lis. No. 38 stops to let
off passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
passengers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Nos. 33" and 34 stop at Concord for
-'.-seugera-to or from the C. C. & A.
iviaiun Charlotte to Augusta--and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
pud connect at Salisbury with trains of
VV. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
"SING THEIR OWN PRAISE."
Of course you want a Piano, but per
haps you can't aflord a new one.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
We Imve Seven Nqnares and One
;nin(l. caoli a liHrg-niii. These Pianos
)iue been put in Perfect Condition
i t every part ol Action Keneweil
and are now junt hj ood as when
shipped from the Factory, and will
allow yon pnrcliasepriee in exchange
lor a isi IKFF any nine within 3 yearn
Take First and Second Choice and
,n ite quick, they won't, last long.
Haines Brothers 110.00
Henry CacbJe (pearl inlaid) 105.00
Boardaaii k Gray 100.00
llxoii k Rayen 90.00
Lacon A: Kayen 70.00
Coilard k Collard Grand 00.00
Terms : 810 cash and $5 per month.
Others being repaired and we can suit
u in price and terms.
Fine Tuning and Repairing.
Chas. M. Stieff,
Factory Branch Wareroom,
No. 213 N. TryonSt.,Charlotte,N.C.
C. H. WILMOTH, Manager.
Miss Julia McConnell is quite
Mrs. A H Propst, who has
been quite sick, is better.
Now ad. Read it.
Satisfactory work is always
mven you at Brown's barber
Lost Purse containing 87.50.
Owner will be liberally rewarded
.y returning to this 'office.
Mrs. Holden returned homo
Monday night after visiting at
iuclitield, China Grove and else
where. Mrs. Garrison, who has been
i si ting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D B Coltrane for some
::ne lias returned to Bessemer.
Misses Mary and Eleanor Wat
son. who hrtve been visiting at
Dr. .J E Smoot's, have returned
Ilev. J R Brooks, the presid
elder of this district, spent
Sunday and Monday here with
'h'.; Methodist churches.
.Miss, Agnes Moss returned
horn- Monday evening from Bur
dHii! in Mecklenburg county
where she has been visiting Mrs.
Miss Annie Burkhead returned
home from Baltimore Monday
night. Miss Carrie Mehaffy re
lumed but went on- to Albemarle
where she will take charge of
the millinery department for
Parks & Peden.
The Merritt nf t.Vio sioTiriawi
Oil Comrjanv.was vicivi in
town today. He will return to
Mr. Jno. E Sloan, pharmacist
at Johnson's dru? Rtnr Vino
gone to his home at Chester, S.
to spend a tew days. . ;
MiSS MattlA PaPA rf Pa.lairvli I
who has been visiting Miss Emily j
Gibson, has eroiie to nWarlnta ;
where she will visit Miss Saide
Young. 1 . ;
Mr. Will Dayvault has gone to
Elmwopd, where he will live for
several months. Mrs. Dayvault
will not go until the last of the
Marvin Smoot, who until lately
has been clerking at Day vault's,
will leave the latter part of this
month for Richmond, where he
enters a medical college. -
Mr.. Holland .Thompson has
returned to . Statesville, after
spending more than, a week here
with his friends. He leaves in
about ten days for New York;
Eighteen young ladies arrived
Monday night on . their way to
school at Wont Amoena. Dr. H
N Miller went to Columbia and
chaperoned them to the school
FOR SALE A new Wheeler
& Wilson shewing niachine with
live drawers, just from the fac
tory. Call at this office and get
a first class machine on easy
Rev. V Y Boozer, now pastor
of the Lutheran church at Bur
lington, has accepted a call as
pastor of the churches in Rowan
c unty made vacant by the death
of Kev. C A Rose.
Mrs. M J Scott, of Oxford,
Miss., is visiting at Mr. F A
Archibald's for a few days. She
intends to leave the first of next
week for Starkville, Ala., where
she will live.
Mr. Chas. Wooten and wife, of
Columbia, S. C, who have beori
visiting at Mr. D P Day vault's,
have gone to Spencer to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Barringer.
Mrs. Wooten is a sister of Mr.
Dayvault. Mr. Wooten is a rail
Cream - Parlor.
Fresb Bread. Cakes, Buns, Doughnuts,
etc., Creams, Fruits and Candies always
on hand. Wm. T. Johnson, Prop.
'Phone No. 122.'
Comes from Dr. D, B. Cargile, of
Washita, I T. He writes: "Four bot
tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs.
Brewer of scrofula, "which had caused
her great suffering for years. Terrible
sores would break out on her head and
face, and the best doctors could give no
help; but her cure is complete and her
health is excellent." This shows that
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for. eczema,
fatter. Rjilt, rheum, ulcers, boils and run
ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys
and bowels, expels poisons, help diges
tion, builds up the strength. Only 50
cents. Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store.
It is a wonder that some of the
manufacturers of artificial limbs
have not sent circulars to the
President calling attention to the
advantages of a backbone that
can be depended upon. South
THAT THROBBING HEADACHE.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr King's New Lite Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proyed their matchless
merit for ick and Nervous Headaches.
They made pure blood st-ong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Tr,v them. Onlv 25 cents, Money back
ij hot cured, at Fetzer's Irug Store.
His Condition Unchanged.
The condition of Langdon
Smith, who is very sick, is un
changed today. It was thought
that his condition was slightly
better yesterday afternoon.
Heailnche stopped in minut by Dr.
unes Paih Pills- "Ooe cent a close.
In. from Oruscisia.
A German Given Them.
Messrs. Edward Hill and Jos.
F Cannon gave a german Mon
day night in the Phif er hall com
plimentary to Miss Emily Gib
son and her visiting young
ladies, Misses Fairfax Loving
and Mattie Pace. A number of
couples were present. After
the german Miss Margaret Can
non gave a most beautiful lunch
eon. Those present were Miss
Pace and Mr. Jos. Cannon, Miss
Loving and Mr. Maury Rich
mond, Miss Elizabeth Gibson
and Mr. Holland Thompson,
Miss Emily Gibson and Mr. Ed
ward Hill, Miss Margaret Can
non and Mr. Frank Rogers.
The Grumbling Habit.
Do not let your child, acquire
the habit of grumbling. . Stop
the first beginnings, and it will
never become a habit. If there
is just cause of complaint, try to
remedy it; if there is not possi
bility of improvement, teach that
silent endurance is the best way
to meet the inevitable. It is
never wise to stay in a place and
grumble. If the things you dis
like cannot be altered; change
your environment. If, on reflec
tion, you decide that, balancing
one thing with another, you
would rather bear the ills that
you know than fly to others that
you know not of, bear them in
silence. Home Journal.
For Delay Is Dangerous !
You have been thinking about
taking out a Policy of Life In
surance. Yes. and for t:.e
benefit of yourself and loved
ones you w. 11 take an Accident
Mr. AV. D. Shubert, machinist
at Cannon Manufacturing Co.
and Mr. P. B. Haydock, ma
chinist at the Bleachery, have
both been injured recently, and
both promptly received their
weeklv 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.
Jio. A. Sims,
Sept. 1, 1899.
W.: C. Correirs
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 have on
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. E'PhoneGS.
We invested heavily gained a
point for you by so doing. Quan
tity is a factor in bringing d wn
prices. We are going to close out
a lot of
DON'T YOU MISS IT.
IS THE 0E WHO USES AIS ECONOMICAL AM) CONVENIENT
Buck's Stove or flange.
BEST COOKING AND BAKING APPARATUS MADE.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
for low prices and big values on
I "2tMMZ I I I
j j x. f i' w-v
Fresh Batter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Cora. Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
OracKers Lrd, Haoie, Prunea,
Green aud Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Kice,
Potash, Spices, boctled
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 goods until 6 p. m.
UNDER i AKING-
Offers the business public a reliable, pc
maueut, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit your patronage w ith tLe
assurance of honorable treatment on r
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see up.
TO CUSTOMERS 7
Capital ana Surplus - - $10 000.
L. Coltiiane, Chasliier,
J. M. Ode Mi. President,
iiUBROVN & BRe.
LIVELY, FEED AND SALE
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. On .
nibue meet all pas-enger train'f.
Outfit? of all kinds furnidtteo
pronutly and at reasonable pricef.
Horcoe ai:i xmNs always on band
or eaie Hok of Uoroughbred
Polftod C"irm Hoou tt
fleaOache nQ Keuralqia cored . .
IULES' PILLS. "O&e
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