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Arrival of 1'riuun,
The following: change of schedule took
v Junol2, 1899.
Ho. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
" 30 " "10 CO am,
u 12 ' " 7-09 p m,
3 " " 8.51 p m, (flag)
:54 " 44 9.45 p m,
' 62 " " 2 00 a m (lrewi t)
Sr.. 37 arrives U 8 49 a m, 'flag)
" 11 " "1123 a m, '
u 7 " " 8.51 p m,
' "5 u " O.Op'm, (lias)
M 7.19 a in,
" 8.49 a m, (freight)
So. :) when running ahead of No. 7,
; Jafil if necessary for through travel
-,.ntu of Charlotte, and is stopped for
;. ..--senders arriving from Lynchburg or
.vvoiid. No. 'W stops regularly for
,-csseugers for Salisbury, High Point,
vi-ooTisboro, lleidsville, Danyille and
, rlneipal .stations between Danville and
vW.inigton. No. ;i7 stops for pas
. :,rs coining from Lynchburcr or
...nits beyond, and to take on pas
i'ugors for regular stopping places
; itliof Newells. No. :1S stops to let
,:'!' passengers from regular stopping
..laces south, of Newells and to take on
p--enrers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Son. 3tf and 34 stop at Concord for
singers to or from tho C. C. & A.
.Avision Charlotte to Augusta and
oiher points in South Carolina, Georgia
a Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
.1 connect at Salisbury with trains of
N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
See change in Craven Bros, ad
i;j today's issue.
Supt. Benneld now has thirty
' on on Ins chaingang force.
The condition of Pink Misen- k
huer is about the amo today. I
Miss Maiy Chapman has re- Well di(lnt you stml that
LVjied home from Philadelphia, ' 0
1 ' money from Stewart?"
! "No, sir, I didn't," said the de
Mrs. Cobb has moved into her fondant.
i-fw residence to the rear of Mr.
1 li (Irifiiirs residence.
f.Vnon is still going upward.
v - rday it brough 7.o0 and to
; the market is paying 7.50.
I.'r. tl X Miller, principal of
Mont Amoena,has returned home
anvr visiting his brother and
lister in Virginia.
Mrs. Maynard returned to
ri m riot to Wednesday night. Her
; iu r, Mrs. Wiley Troutmau,
-.oaipanied her home.
wiss Mary Brachen's display of
ruli and Winter pattern Hats,
Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 and
4th of October. Public cordially
Some persons have asked us
.0 make a note of the fact that
repairs are badly needed on the
' r of the Thunderstruck
Mr. H A Kimball has gone to
M'. Pleasant, where he will open
- barber shop. Mrs. Kimball
will attend to the management of
1i' TTorris house here.
; t will be well for persons to
"o their back lots some atten-
. lirm had to pay a line ,
'!i;!',:,.-.low V.. ollrrivr fVl.'llv'
' lot to become too unclean. drawn out thin and carried from
Mr. Victor Ridenhour of near U long distance by some mochan
- :. Pleasant, has gone to South j ical moans but it isn't. When
r i o 'ma to visit for a few days ; one speaks into tho instrument,
"iam i;oes to Mt. Pleasant, L iiitmhram. like a drum-
whore he enters tho theolog-:-.euiinarv.
LOST Small black cur dog.
-vrs to name of "Joe."
'V.: any information at this
TRADE Two fresh
cows. Will sell or ex
Call at this office.
W iL. v
1 - ii u.s, Cakes, Pies,
Cream Puffs, etc.
f'i'd attention given to ladt
' ': cents per quart. -
Itev. S. L. Keller Heard.
Rev. S L Keller, who was?
formerly pastor of St. Johns
church is now pastor of the old-
est Lutheran church, and by the
way the oldest Protestant church
in Ontario Province, Canada. He
has recently had the old church !
renovated and modernized.
was rededicated on Sunday, the
17th. Dr. F W E Peshau, of
Greensburg, Pa., preached the
dedicatory sermon. The church,
it is said, stands on a pictu
resque site on the banks of the
famous St Lawrence river.
A Large Crowd To Attend.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon one
hundred reserved .seats had been
engaged for the Barlow min
strels tonight. This is the best
sale of tickets the board has had
for quite a long while. The
prices are 50 and 75 cents, chil
dren 35 cents.
Smiles in Court.
The Wake county court, had a
ripple of genuino amusement the
other day, when a lawyer was
questioning a negro defendant,
named Royster, charged with
robbing another negro of $5. Tho
lawyer got him to tell that he had
Voor nrrnirrnofl Vnfrvo nirl lvirl
" 0 -, m,
u, 11 . UU3 1ULlu' J no liUV er
Well, why didn't you steal
it?" persisted the Solicitor.
"Because I didn't know he had
any money," replied the pris
oner. The main witness for the
State, says the Times-Visitor,
was an innocent looking negro,
who informed the court that he
was from "Rhamkatte," who saw
Royster with the money.
"How did you got summoned
in this case? Turn around and
tell the jury why you are here,"
demanded Royster's attorney,
The negro obediently turned
and addressed tho jury, gravely
saying: "Gentlemen, I am here
because I was subpoenaed."
What One Hears In the Telephone,
' 'It is very hard to realize that
the voice one hears over the
telephone is not the voice of the
person talking," said an elec
trician, chatting about the oddi-
of the business. "It seems
nViU'lU' 1 1 kft tllO TCal tOUOS.
' f V A. X J " ' I J i
I head, begins to vibrate, and
each vibration sends a wave
of electricity over the wire.
These waves set up a
mimic vibration in another
j diaphragm at the opposite end,
which jars tho air and produces
an imitation of the original
voice. That's not a very scien
tific explanation, but it's accu
rate. The autograph-telegraph,
makes a fac-simne 01
r. n 1
hand-writmg, is a iair paranei.
You write your message with a j
pen, attached to a special electric j
aDnaratus, a niue imv aii
! the other end of the line exactly
imitates every dot and curve.
The result seems like the real
thing, but is merely a first-class
counterfeit. It's the same way
exactly with the voice m the
'phone. "-New Cleans Times-Democrat.
Stokes county can boast of three
brothers (Southern by name)
whose combined ages are 256
years. Their respective ages
are 80 87 These three
brothers live within two miles of
ono another ard hale and
hearty. Daily Relleetor
We oflVr ouo hundred dollars
reward for any cn of c.tturrh
that cao pot by v.urd by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
Wft the uudresiguttd, have
known F J Cheney for toe last 15
year., and behove nun jwiiecti
reliable in aii business transac
tions imd financially abio to carry
out any obligations made by their
Wost & Truax,
Widdin Kinnnn t Mtirviii,
Hall'M Catarrh Curo is taken in
teiaaPy, acts directly upon the
blood and Jincou surface of the
system. Prura 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all diuggists.
Thursday Sept, 28.
Management, Harry Ward.
35 White Artists.
Band and Orchestra.
New First Part, Costumes, Songs
Grand Street Parade at Noon.
Don't Forget the Date.
Admission 50 and 75 cents;
children 25 cents. Reserved
seats on sale at Gibson's drug
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. Shubort. machinist
at Cannon Manufacturing Co.
and Mr. F. B. Haydock, ma
chinist at the Bleachery, have
I 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 Postoftice Building.
J20. A. Sims,
Sent. 1, 1899.
. torreii s
One hundreri Childrens' Vestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. New and ele
gant designts. Finely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. All s?zes, 3 to 8.
They are $5.00 and 6.00 suits
and strictly up to date. You cn
have choice at $3.00.
.25 to $1.50.
and $250 suits.
Two hundred Childrens'' Reefer
suits. Finest goods, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. There
are plenty of
suits at $2. You won't find then
... i'x -
for less than $2.50 anywhere
Splendid line of Men's suits juf t
in. We save you 85 cents on
every dollar you spend.
Cannon $ Fctzer Co.
n i. it.
You can't spoil
They are even cookers and so easily kept clain. We
should like to show you the new fall line. Our prices are
lower than the lowest.
ee Our BeautSfiil Lime of Rags. K
G W PATTERSON
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Corn, Tomatoes,
Sod-u, Baking Powd-rr, Starch
Green aud Parched C)tft-e, Tea,
Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, Shipstulf, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Rice,
Potash, Spice, boctied
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
liyer goods untiij) p. jm. '
Vestee suits at
They are S2.00
the taste on a
9SS Stove or
UNDER 1 AKING
Coiscord liiiiiil liaul
I OiVt tlie :.-u5 jnc8t ia-:i.c u reliable, rr-
manent, con.sorv;itive iucl sccomniodat
We Bolicit your pairoun with the
assuruueo ji honorih!e treatment and
due appreciation of y ur patronage.
li we em .' rve yo i any time we will
bd lnd t'.i 'rive yon coiue and see us.
...... LIBL AL ACCOMMODATIONS!
TO C -J:-. t'OAlKiiS. :
Casitai aai Giirpias - - S70 000.
j ) ' "oLTii.wE, Chasbier,
J. M. Odl:i l. J're-id-
Outfit.- of &il zinds furnished
prompUv o at reasonable r-r"F.
Horeer -aiid t: i!vy r c
or ?al: B: ' it ":C bred
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