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Arrival of Train.
The following change of schedule took
Wci Junol2, 1899.
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
3fi " " 10 00 am,
"12 u " 7-09 p m,
" 3 " u 8.51 p m, (flag)
i4 " ' 9.45 p m
(W " 44 2 00 a m(lreiRi t)
v, ;,. 37 arrives 8t 8.49 a n, ''flag)
11 44 . "1123 a m,
' 7 4 4 4 4 8 . 51 p m,
" ?.r 44 " 9.20 p'm, (flag)
4 '33 " 11 7.19 a ui,
" fil 44 44 849 a m, (freight)
No. ?Su when running ahead of No. 7,
is lagged if necessary for through travel
- iitli of i harJotte, and is stopped for
r tssengera arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. .3(5 stops regularly for
passengers for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, lieidsville, Danville and
p rincipal stations between Danville and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
.ugers coming from Lynchburg or
: ants beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for regular stopping places
- :iu of Newells. No. 38 stops to let
t:i passengers ' from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
pi-seugers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or bevond.
Xos. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
p ; augers to or from tho G. C. & A.
Division Charlotte to Augusta and
oi her points in South Carolina, Georgia
aul Fu.i-ida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7. 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
-- i connect at Salisbury with trains of
V. X. i). Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71. -
'A, 'V M mrrr &36 b
y 1 Es
The Xew Bank Opens Well. The University Of ens Well.
The bank here opened Tues-' President Alderman writes us
day with a deposit of over $12,- that the opening of the 105th ses
.00. It is a branch of the Cabar- sion of the University on Sep
rus Saving Bank at Concord, tember the 18th is the most pros
owned and controlled by the perous oae o its oatiro history.
same-men who have placed that Pour hundred and fifty-live stu
bank on such a firm basis. Our donts, exclusive of the Summer
people have the utmost confidence schooli had rogistered at the close
m the branch office here, asevi-'of tho first week, representing
denced by their deposits and eighty-seven Comities, eleven
by expressions of faith. Mr. States and Japan. Two hundred
Jas. O Gibson, the cashier, of and fourteen of these were new
Concord, is here this week look- students. The College buildings
ing after duties involved in the nre full and ihe town is m
opening. Assets of the homo rapidly. Nambers of those stu
ta asperstatement made to donts are sustaining themselves
the State Treasurer September j by aU forms of hollorablo work.
was loans ur.d die- The standard of admission has
fU 150362-03; dePsit been raised, so that now it is tho
oni),j.yi. ine ioiiowing aro
tho directors and managers: J.
W Cannon, LJ Foil, C W Swink,
J M Morrow, I P Efird, Dr. R S
Young, Dr. D W Plowe, J C.
Wadsworth, T C Ingram. Stanly
Almost a Collapse.
The new seed warehouse at the
oil mill became so heavily loaded
Thursday that the pillars besan
to crush, and at one time a great
collapse was imminent. Secretary
Buchanan did not propose to
stop the race for cotton seed that
equal of any institution in the
South. Two new buildings are
going up and growth is every
The new students show evi
dence of good preparation, and
the preparatory schools of the
State are to be congratulated for
the high quality of work they
Unable to Meet Kis Appointments.
Bishop Cheshire will be unable
to meet his appointments at this
place and also High Point and
.Lexington on account 01 an
is now so lively, however, but' ttack of malaria at Winston.
will have the foundation further
i strengthened and pile in more
Their Own Praise."
IheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to huv:
i- Las no equal for the money as you I
N.vt- the middleman's profits and it will! He Is Now a Lawvor.
v,A a iitetime; but we haw several
in other makes.
Mr. Jake Newell arrived hero
.:) ! V1 ta'Veu 111 exclmnce fori Thursday night on his return
rll!.rl i two Ivors & Pend Pianos, U , " n? , TT.M , ,
the finest btvie that linn manuL j hoine from Chapel Hill where he
.mm-and it is almost new. If y u has been studying law. He
v.iiit tf.id make here are bargains -, , . . .
; - m otippf MHr.icn.rer, Passl his examination success
v , .-I, 0UDD1, isauimore jm., fully. He is yet undecided as to
: :ry Branch Wareroom, rSvJiV!- I whether he win locate or take a
Tli ftrloiti-, C.
C. rL Wilmth,Mgr.
special course in law.
He was to have been here next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
n;(v you put up your stove
;r. (ieo. W Patterson is quite
-"-sn:i& Morrison give the
'ririn of dog collar belts today,
HYACINTH glass llower pots
-'i jardiniurs at Fetzer's Drug
yy nice fresli York River oys
. -it received, go to Bo-
h-'staurant. By the quart;
Hall M. Caldwell Dead.
Mr. Hall M. Caldwell, of Nor-
j wood, died Wednesday night. He
was onco a citizen of Cabarrus.
His first marriage was to Miss
Pharr, the sister of our towns
man, Mr. F S Pharr, and Mrs. N
F Yorke. He was 52 years old.
Pythians Take Notice!
All members of Concord Lodge
No. fl Knights of Pythias are
requested to meet in Castle Hall
tonight at 8 o'clock promptly.
C. L. White, C. C.
the now famous
Dog Collar Belts.
At the height of hostilities
around Santiago de Cuba, a celebrated
beauty. Senora Hernandez, lost a beau
tif nl St. Bernard dor one she prized
hijrhlv. It was her daily companion in
all her walks and attracted considerable
attention, not so much for its persona
beauty, 8 8 for the jewelled collar it wore.
After its death Senora Hernandez kept
her favorite ever before her by wearing
its collar as a belt. The fashion spread
from Cuba to the United States and now
reigns as one of 'the fads of the season
For sale by
Gibson & Morrison.
For Delay Is Dangerous !
' wishes to meet allj J L Hartsell
u mterestea m taking our
tomorrovr at 10 o'clock at
J itnin nil , nirr JUU1V ")
l u H nil I IMI IJ ' .
You have been thinking about
taking out a Policy of Xtfe In
cT'T?.vpv Vfv :nid for tlif
Five room cottage opposite .) hiiniiii of yGUrself and iovec
Crowell's for rent. Apply to i VOu will take an Accidem
Ivlr. W. D. Shuberl. macliiuist
Cannon Manufacturing Co.
B. Havdock. ma-
PUTNAM Fadeless Dyes color
morn froous ana color tlnmi
r.e hundren Childrens' Vestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. New and ele
gant desisnits. Finely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. All sizes, 3 to 8.
They are $5.00 and $8.00 suits
and strictly up to date. You can
have choice at $3.00.
One hundred Vestee suits at
1.25 to $1.50. They are $2.00
and $250 suits.
Two hundred Childrens' Reefer
suits. Finest goods, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. There
are plenty of $5 suits among
Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey
suits at $2. You won't find their,
for less than $2.50 anywhere
Splendid line of Men's suits just
in. We save vou
every dollar you spend.
Camion d? Fetzer Co.
You can't spoil the taste on a
WT3L Stove or
They are even cooker r; and so easily kept claim Wo
should like to show vou the new
lower than the lowest.
fi t;' f i ?1P
Our prices aro Q
! i r "f 1
i fii st or and brighter colors than ; and mi v
rt Carth'iid. formerly of 1 any other dye. Each package j omnist at uio ieachery, have
.. will Ix-married the i colors either silk, wool or cotton J otn been injured recently, and
Orto.-r to Miss Bessie! at one boiling Price 10 cents at j'-tli prompily recoivec tneir
-;,,., ,. of Le !n-(,n. Fetzer's Drug Store. , wc-: ly, y. (.o to see
' . them, i.h'vy :- : isui,.: oy rm
is now woking A STOCK of winter llowering You can hnd me in my olric
.'! ::' ; Ht hv.s i'hiirie -Hvaciuths. Tu'ins,' Nar- ev(?rv 001111'.:: during the week
X See Our BeaotSfoI LSmie of RM5,
';;; on the v:il alxmt
'lii:g and unloading of the Lily-or Joss Flowers ju.
' Fetzer's Drug Store.
bulbs- -tiyaciums, I'U'ips, imu- every eveiiir-.g during
eissus, Crocus, (-hineso Lucred from 8 to (J o clock.
v' . - .- ... y
' 5iv- - -' . .
FUR I, iT U HE AND UNDER 1 AKING
lartin Shivo, wiio is in
1 aph h'ii.sinirss her:4
.'no. J Cool:, spent
liiiiht al China Grove.
nights of F
' 'c- any snapshots of his
,;:s.y last week revenue of
" ' firii to the molasses fac
Mr. S S Templeton, of
'- ( i'ovc township, and were
1 ".-eizc it in mistake for an
1 ' '-') wpaw'. 'factory. States--cot.
N,,T send your orders for
bulbs away from home
!r',v high prices for poor
:ut go to Fetzer's Drug
' 'H'l buy all kinds of bulbs
I1"!' than you can order them
" Mary Brachen's display of
'l;i ;uM Winter pattern Hats,
N! 1 ; .v and Wednesday, 3 and
, f;')f October. Public cordially
LOST Small black cur (log.
i--.v,,;ir to name of 'Moe.'M
Leavt3- any information at this!
1T'. .1 c-Vi 4 nmnrrnv 171 th(
b isement of Levy's market.
Phone 41. Ear! Hartsell.
HFOR TRADE Two frosh
milch cows. Will sell or ex
change. Call at ibis oifiee.
Ollice in Po-itoiiU-.-i .Uaiidhtg.
j n o o I . iiuiiSf
Se:t. 1, I8U0.
Fresh Butter on Ice,
j Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Con., Tomatoes,
Buns, Cakes, Pies,
Cream Puffs, etc.
Special attention given to lad
Oysters 35 cents per quart.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Soda, Baking Powch-fiy, Siaieh
Green aud Parched Cll'ee, Tea, !
Sugar, Soap, Pead, Meal,
Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil,
Floor, Molasses, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco. Rice,
Potash, Spices, bottled
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glassware,
Shoes Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc
Oil'ern the business imbiic a reliable, i:T-
iuiiDt'Ut, cijiitorvJitive aud accoiiiujojat
We ilk-it vour. putronaf-1 with tie
assuniuee ot honorable treatment end
due appieciution of your patronage.
If we can !eri you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us.
. LfirUAL ACCOMMODATIONS!
Capital and Siiriilus - - $70 000.
L. Vj Coltkane, Chashie),
.T. M. Odej-l. V-reilnt.
We close our store at 8.15 dur
ing the summer months. We de
liver goods until 6 p. m.
I 'i 1
;.: & BRo.
LIVERY, FE:D AND
Juet in rearct ':'jud Hui. On
nibuses meet nit p.scenger train.
Oucnta ot aii iunds famished
promptly acd at reasonable pricee.
Horses and mules always cn hand
or sale. Br - 'dra of 'aorou, bbred
Polar d China Hess. it