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Arrival of TniliiK,
Tbc following change of schedule took
3ect Ju:iel2. lM!).
ISro. S arrives at 5 52 a m,
" 3i 44 10 00 a in,
" 12 44 44 7-09 pm,
44 3 44 44 8.51 p in, (flag)
" ;M " " 9.45 p m,
- G'J " u 2 00 a in (lieiiu t)
K:,. arrives at 8 49 a m, ''Hag)
1! " 44 11 23 am,
' 7 44 " 8.51 p m,
.19 K Ul,
IH " " 849 a m. (frdeht)
?'). o5 vvb:. running ahead of No. 7,
.iruv.l if necessary for through travel
ltd of v liarlotte, and is stopped for
c -imvrs arriving from Lynchburg or
vend. No. stops regularly for
i . : nTs for Salisbury, High Point,
. . nslmro, Reidsville, auyillo and
ipal stations between Danville and
-hingUm. No. ;7 stops fqr, p.asr
.t rs coming from J.yiichburg. or
:1s b"Viiid, and to take on pas
.vers i-.r regular stopping places
t'.of Ne wells. No. MS Htois to let
; i .-nLrers from regular stopping
s south of Newell.s and to take on
-u'ers for regular ⊤ing places,
'lairg or bevond.
s. V4 and ;4 stop at Concord for
;r;ers to or from the C. C. it A.
i-i o;--Oii'iriotte to Augusta and
r Hi;its in South Carolina, Georgia
- : - 'i-, :vaciied through Columbia
7. . 11 and 12 are the local trains
; c o;;. ie .-t at Salisbury with trains of
. 1 N . i Division.
'V r ,y: v ONE NO. 71.
;'.:d Craven .Brothers ad. on
'i'iu Concord Presbytery meets
t-t time in Salisbury.
Mr. J M Foil is again able to
out, after an attack of fever.
Mr. Robt. Sappontiold is at
'. Chas. Sa-ppenliold's. He is
ell. An able bodied mortgage never
Our readers will please note 'loses interest in the old homo
' change in Bell, Harris &; stead.
o.'s ad. They mean business.
.Mrs. Pemberton and children
in ve returned to Monroe, after
vi-itiug at Mr. W R Harris1.
Mi.-s Dora Hix has returned
:ri New York, where she went '
Murchase a millinery stock for i
P Day vault & Bro.
Mr. Jones Yorke has returned
:;nme from Chicago, wiiere he
sent some time with hds busi
ness house Longley, Low & Al
exander. Marriage license has been is
sued to N E Rowland and Miss
C A Reinhardt. His home is in
Stanly county. She lives in No.
Cannon & Fetzer Co. will fill
up their space with good bar
gains tomorrow, as they are too
t) ;y opening and placing goods
- write an ad. for today's issue.
Miss Ella Walter, Mrs. M C
Walter and Miss Carrie Johnson
;v;u rned home last evening after
v im t ing at Harrisburg and in
M "rklenburg county.
-Mr. W R Payne and wife, of
A.heville, are visiting at Mr.
! !"r Saunders' on Bell ave
Mrs. Payne is a sister of
U SALE A new Wheeler
a w usoii sewing machine with
drawers, just from the fac-
. Call at this office and get
: i.il class machine on easy
The lawn party was held at
'. Bill Wednesday night by
Ladies' Aid society of the
i ;vi Hill Methodist church.
S'- -; the weather, there was a
i a! tendance.
Khz, tiie bill-poster, is getting
- work for the coming of
'"ii-lowe Bros, minstrel showT
next Thursday night. There
members in the com-
They have two bands.
' '"re will be a joint meeting
:dl the officers both elders
; (I 'aeons of the First Pres
' : ian church at 7:30 o'clock
hrhi, in the office of Mr. J W
!i'm. All these officers are
' ' "stly requested to be pros-
lu.' Orphan Asylum.
-'O'- and Georgia Barringer,
'i township, two little
have gone, to the orphan
" at Ox lord, where they
'.i'iin for a number of
They are the daughters
- G liarringer, of No. (j
p. wiio is now in the in
iuai. Their mother is
The Sermon Paid the Debt.
Rev. D G Phillips, D. I)., of
Louisville, G., one of the most
learned and eloquent of all min-
isters of the Associated Reformed
Presbyterian church, died last
week in his eighty-third year.
He was educated at Dm Wim in
the early forties with money
loaned by a Col. William Johns-
ton, of Dallas county, Ala., whoBut liberty jis nothing tome
took a note from the voun man ' without honor. From today I
for the amount expended, intend
ing that he should be paid when
the young man earned the
money; but Col. Johnston, hear-
ing the young" minister preach at
a meet ing of the synod held in
Alabama a few weeks after his
licensure, was so' pleased that hesiuo Fi'onchman who
gave the note back to the youns: j m? tne 'i'Xmin:ib!i;- c
man. bdlin.f him fhu4, h:. ..-'innTi
. v v I...- i i , li f
had fully paid the debt, and that
he owed him nothing more.
Abbeville (S. C.) Press and Ban
ner. Original Observati ons.
Tlie wisest man is he who fol
lows his oavii knows.
The wages of sin are irouorailv
about S5 juid costs.
Tiie most successful spark ar
rester is a healthy bulldog.
Looking for the bright side of
life never injures the eyesight.
The most uncommon currency
in circulation is common sense.
Some people are never happy
unless they are comfortably un
comfortable. The stingiest of all men is he
who refuses to enjoy a joke at
his own exnense.
Some people get up early in
morning, and that's about all
they get during the day.
It would be no trouble to or
ganize a company of Boers in
Orange to join their brethren in
the transvaal. Orange (Va.) Ob
server. Kates to the State Fair.
The Southern Railway has an
nounced a rate of one first class
fare for the round-trip, plus fif
ty cents, for one admission into
tho Fair Grounds, from all points
in tho State, including Norfolk,
Richmond, Lynchburg, Danville,
and intermediate stations. Tick
ets will be sold at this rate on
October 14, 15, 16, 17 and 20,
while for the special .days rate
on a very low scaled basis will
be offered from Hickory, Groyor,
Pineville and Points north and
east thereof, on 17th and 18th,
and from other points in the state j
on 18th and 19th, the final limit
of all tickets boing October l8rd,
1899. For full information call ;
on any agent Southern Railway
or write R. L. Vernon, Tray.
Agt. Charlotte, N. C.
Pivyius I.eav-s With UAmn! -lenar.
Dreyfus departed from Eonues
i secret as was expected. His
j destiny is not known but there
is -cfme reason to believe that ho
' wiii corno in America. He is sore
any on- olse would he and
hhus pours out his heartaches:
'The government oi
Public has given me my libe.r.y.
shall continue to seek the repa ra
tion for the frightful judical
error of which I remain a victim.
I.'Wi Franco to kav,w by a
j finite judgem;mt ih-ii I am inno
cent. My heart wii- only be at
rest wne:i tne
pcinheu ny aiKKurx
Again come s th" e
1 vat eh. that he has hit b le-earesc i
of survival of more than a few
months from physical wreck.
..ma - u -
The soothing and :. h in prop
erties of Cham "-)). in's C'oiah
Iemtcdjv its plea s;t ut ?a,tv ami
vron)t and p-im lit cro
imve made it a ieai t .virile vith
tlie people everywla re. For s.de
by M. L. Miu'ssSi fc l.'o., Dr-iur-'S.
Tin1 Odd lciiovs iiaia i;i).
The Sovereign Grand Lodge
Odd Fellows is in so v ;m in
Detroit Mich. A parade of -h"); H)
of them and their sisters the
Robekah Order passed in re
view on the 20th. It is
said to have been the finest
procession Detroit has seen since
the G. A. R. parade in 1900, A
score of bands were in the line.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
and fever ia a bottle c Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitation-? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
A hi Til
25 per cent off
ON ALL CLOTHES TO BE
CLEANED OR DYED.
Now is the time to get those
winter clothes out of your trunk
I .md h.lVQ thGin fixed up nke ncw
ones before cold weather comes.
First-Class work guaranteed.
We do not shrink your clothes.
Our dye will not rub oil' or fade.
Here is your chance to got 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.
Minn n nov
uiiu oitnni LnuiMti
1 1 11.
For Delay Is Dangerous !
1.1 Ha? .
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.
JnOo A. Sims,
SOMETHING N F, W .
r U A IN
We are the whip to prices
58SS2SS QO TO
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Cora, Tomatoes,
Soda, Baking Powders, Starch
OracKera. Lard, Hama, Prunes,
Green aDd Parched Coffee, 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 trie Grocery
line. We also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glass-ware,
Shoes Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc
We close our store at S.15 ' dur
ing the t-ainmer months. We de
liver oodis until G p. t".
H T TTP
Is the royal road to fortune.
If you want to sove come to
save come to our store, we can .
you money on
1 1 U IL.
to double the speed of salos.
Offers the business inbiic a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking insttition.
We solicit vour patronage 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.
. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Capital and Surplus fl - - $10 000.
D. B Coltbane, Chashier,
J. M. Odej l. President,
M, L. Brown & BRo.
LIVERY, FEKD AND SALE
Jn:-t in r.a.'ol St. Cloud Hotel. On
ciUr'-j in .e ah p'-iflfenger trainf.
OuiiiM o kinds lurniehea
promptly reasonable prices.
Horr- .n'l r .ui .s always on banc
or rale. h of vhorou hbre
I Concord Mien