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The following change of schedule took
Mo. 8 arrives it 5 52 a m,
"10 00 a in,
" 7-09 pm,
8.51 p m, (flag)
0.4ft p m,
2 00 am (lieu:; t)
vea ?; 8.41) a m, (flag)
' 8.51 p m,
4 4 7 iu u ui.
44 61 " ' 8-4(.ni m, (freight)
So, vfhov running ahead of No. 7,
isrktrod it' ne;ooKary for through travel
south of Charlotte, and is stopped for
, :ussenors arriving from Lynchburg or
'n'voud. No. 3f5 stops regularly for
1 -i-'.-cn-vrs for Salisbury, High Point,
rru' hsboro, IJoidsvillo, Danyille and
priucipfU stations between Danville and
Va.hingtou. No. 37 stops for paa--eiiucr.-
coming from Lynchburg or
; -oiiiis beyond, and to take on pas
. hirers for r-guliir stopping places
w.itiiof Netvells. No. 33 stops to let
;T passengers from regular stopping
yi;ieos south of Neweils and to take on
t-ngers for regular stopping places,
Vnchburg or beyond.
N'os. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
:---seugera to or . from the C. C. ctA.
Ui vision Charlotte to Augusta and
! c- ; - Jr.ts in South Carolina, Georgia
I ' : .: . -.7; reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
-,i:id connect at Salisbury with trains of
W N. k Division.
T &LEPHO NENO71 "
Read Craven Brothers ad. on
Prayer-meeting at St.
oiiiidrt at 7:30.
uvenure expected from Agiihialuo. s in t ran ire Xi.Mt at a Kovival. j
A Manila dispatch, of the 19th,' The Asheviile Citizen, of the j
says: 18th, relates a peculiar incident j
'Two insurgent majors entered in a revival meeting among the j
the American lines yesterday colored folks of that city. Lucy!
under a flag of truce. They vis- Young, while at the mourners'!
ited General MaeArthur and oi- bench, was suddenly stricken j
ouiuieati hixieen American m&eiisiouiiy. rne w:-s re
prisoners, including Lieutenant moved, and for some days' lay in
Gilmore and his men from the a semi-conscious condition. They
gunboat Yorktown, who were took her back to the church and
captured at Baler, April 12th. : laid her on a pallet near the pul-
-.iss Annie Knne lias gone to
iho whore she will attend
Work has commenced on Rev.
P MeUhee's residence at the;
FOR SALE. A mule 3 .V years
i. weighs 1100 pounds, gentle
a works well.
Jno. K. Patterson.
in return they merely asked to I pit. where at
send these prisoners through j prayers have
the lines accompanied by Filipi
nos who desired to confer with
"The request was granted and
the insurgent officers returned to
their lines this morning, after
promising that the prisoners
would be released in a few days.
No 'mention was made of ex
change of prisoners, and the in
surgents were evidently desirous
of showing their magnanimity.
General Otis has consistently
followed the policy of releasing
Filipino prisoners of war. retain
ing only their arms."
It is construed as an effort to
present overtures again, though
Aguinaldo's former pretensions
does not inspire the greatest
confidence in his sincerity. There
is, however, a great difference in
season. Then it "was approach
ing the wet season now it is ap-
She has been in this condition ;
for 14 days and has refused any
nourishment, hut drinks water
The devout members regard it
as an admonition from heaven to
M Young will in a
proaehmg the dry, with an
army against him of more than
The Game Postponed Until Next Week.
On account of the sickness of
several of the members of the
into his house!
rr the graded school now oc-! married ana single men will not
.:)va by Mr. J M Cross. j bo played tomorrow afternoon.
The game is postponed until next
week when the people will yet
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Could not express the rapture qf
Annie E. springer, of 1125 Howard st,,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consum
ption had completely cured her hackir-g
cough that for made years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could giye her no help, but she
says of this Royal Cure "it soon re
moved the pain iu my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I
reel like sounding its praises through
out the Universe." So will every one
who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or
Lungs, Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store;
eyery bottle guaranteed.
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
FOR SxVLE. A good plat of
land 4 miles from Concord.
Would exchange for town prop-
Call at this office at once.
ii3 Jiiiia rjarnnarat. oi rio-
:er Mills, has returned home
visiting her friend, Miss
,:--:ze Vose in Lawrenceville, Ga.
A twenty-five per cent, dis
count is offered for the next
thirty days at the steam laundry.
Read their ad. as to your saving.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Stuart gave
i t;a Tuesday evening compli-jiv-ntarv
to Miss Kate Morrison
-.::d her friends, Misses Morrison
A voting man was arrested at
' depot this morning by Police
ui Cruse for beating the train.
was from Gaffney. His fine
- -is were paid.
i ; sses Edna and C oorgia Lowe,
! . -;vi!le, hav 5 arrived here
.ij.:d about two weeks with
; friends. They are stoppm
Mr..W S Bingham's.
have a chance, by a ten cents ad
mission, to see our players of
ten and twelve years ago lined
up against a team of young boys.
In the meantime the married bat
tery, Messrs. Jno. C Wadsworth
and Robt. F Coble will get in
some good practice. Mr. E C
Barnhardt has been selected to
hold down the first base. An
umpire will be selected also be
fore next week. Mayor Means
has been spoken of for the umpire.
A Concord gro Hurt.
News came here today
(Wednesday) from Albemarle
stating that an accident had in
some way befell a negro, Sam
Black, from this place, wdio was
working on a brickyard there.
When the news came it was not
known whether or not the hurt
would prove fatal.
Reinhardt All Kight.
Chairman Brown and his com
mittee find the Ansonville peui
tentiary farm in good condition.
Superintendent Reinhardt is
praised for his management.
25 per cent off
ON ALL CLOTHES TO
CLEANED OR DYED.
Mr. C A Wood, who conducted
-ismess in the Litaker build -.
here, arrived here Tuesday
Mr. Wood is now selling
o.';, for a Cincinnati house.
Several of Concord's young
- have been appointed mar
s' at the coming State Fair.
"'.V have not yet definitely de
: - ' a.s to wliether they can
.Un. C Miller, former pastor
stocky River church, has gone
iike charge of his new work
Stokes county. His family is
: living at Rocky R'- er and
1 i)e there some time yet.
i- uR SALE xV new Wlieeler
(son sewing maciviie with
! vrers, just from the fac
t this office and get
The Official Program.
The great Dewey celebration
on the 28th in New York is to bo
a gigantic affair. An official
souvenir program is prepared
with illuminated pictures of the
hero Dewey in various scenes
from the first of his naval life to
the great battle, including then
the 4 'Men Behind the Guns."
This souvenir program can be
25 cents to George T Parker,
Treasurer, 253 Broadway, New
Now is the time to get those
winter clothes out of your trunk
and have them fixed up like new
ones before cold weather comes.
First-Class work guaranteed.
We do not shrink your clothes.
Our dye will not rub off or fade.
Here is your chance to get your
clothes fixed up cheap. This of
fer will be in force for 30 days.
Come before it's too late. Re
pairing neatly done.
u A vVolfsohn, who has
f:i. .'.listing Rev. B Lacy
;'i a revival meeting and
-luihties as a singer are
I'i.'kcu of by all of our
'ho heard him. has gone
:y, where he assists in a
n nnnn (urn
EL AY IM OT
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' 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.
j You can find me in my office
every evening during the week
! from 6 to 9 o clock.
I Office in Posfoffice Building.
I Jno- A. Sims,
I Insurance Agent.
: Sept. i. isb'J.
1 RT' f
You can't spoil the taste on a
t 1 1 ney are even cuunerj tiuu. &u ucinj ivcio im. , .
ft should like to show you the new fall line. Our prices are Q
lower than the lowest. Q
w See Otar Beautiful Lime of Rugs.
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0 FURNITURE AND UNDER 1 AKING-
G W PATTERSON
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Corn. Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
Crackers, Lard, Hams, Prunes,
Green aDd Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Flonr, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco. Rice,
Potash, Spice:, bottled
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
I Rope, Crockery, Glass-ware,
! Woodenware, DryGoods,
! Shoes Hats, Tin-ware Etc. Etc
We close our etore at S.15? dur-
inf: the summer months. We de
, liver goods until G p.Jrp.
1 (kg feliti
Oifero the business public a reliable, lr
mtinent, couscrvative una accoLiiniodat
mg l)ankin instutioo.
We solicit vour Tatroiiac with tbo
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have yon come and see ns.
w LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS!
TO CUSTOMERS. ------
Capital . and Snrpte .- - $70000.
L). B Coltkane, Cbasluer,
J. M. Odell. President,
M, L'h:RGVN & BRo.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Ju.-i :u r r,I Cioud Hotel. On
n n l 'a - -1-' pa.enger traint.
Ou.l c j - -:ndc furniehbu
pTGr-'i. ? --t.ii.j ui rfisont-ule price?.
H - r i u'3. -b alvav - on Rid
or i-ii-i. T5'.-da,3 of .!irr o'v'v.bbreu