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The following change of schedule took
eSect Juuel2, 1800.
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
" oG " 11 10 00 am,
"12 " 7-00 p m,
3S " 44 8..r)l p m, (flag)
" 4 " " i).4f P m
62 " " 2 00 a ra tlnjjvi t)
37 arrives at h 41) a jq, (nar;
11 " "1123 am,
M 7 ' 41 8.51 p ni.
3.- M " 0.20 im, (ilas)
'53 " 44 7 10 u m,
i " " 8-40 a in, ( freight
No, 35. vv liHH running almml ot No. 7,
is liaised if neeess;:ry fur through travel
south of ( lmtljtU, and is stopped for
j:is -oitors arriving from Lyijchmirp: or
beyond. No. 3(5 stops rcul.-uly for
passengers for S iJislmry, Hitfh Point,
Greensboro, lleidsville, Oanyille and
principal stations net ween Danyille and
W.hinton. No. 37 stops for pas
fccners coming from J ynchbunr or
points beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for rnular .stopping places
south of Newtils. No. 3S stops to let
oil passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
iwisscugers for regular stopping places,
Lynchlmcg or bevond.
Nos. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
pa-senders to or from the C 0. it A.
iJivision Chariott'i to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia,
' )-A Floii'lu, re icLed through- Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
and connect ut Salisbury with trains of
W. N. O. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
"Sixg Their Own Praise."
TheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
it has no equal for the money as you
pave the middleman's profits and it will
last a lifetime: but wet hnvu rpvpt-r!
bargains in other makes.
We have taken in exchange for
STIEFF'S two Ivers & Pond Pianos,
one, the finest style that firm manu
factures and it is almost new. If you
want this make here are bargains
dies. -Meet "sssxiE'jk,.
Factory Branch areroom. V;y3:
CtVrtrlotte, N. C.
C. H. Wilmotfa', Mgr.
Fine Tuning. Palace Organs.
Miss Shelby Harris is sick..
Parks & Co fit the feet as vell
as the purse.
Rain is predicted for tomor
row. Every body attends
sale at Park's & Co.
Mr. Joseph White, of David
son, spent Monday night here.
Remember the opening at Miss
Nannie Alexander's Wednesday,
Mr. W C Correllhas moved into
Mr. Robt. Duval's residence on
Mrs. PS Starrette and Mrs.
Grierson, of Mooresville, spent
Monday night here.
ou are invited to "The Mil-
lmei-y Parlor" Wednesday Oct. j
4th. Pattern hats.
Over fifty bales of cotton were I
Jighed today. The best
Miss Minnie Smith, of Laurin
burg, is spending a while with
her sister. Mrs. R A Brower.
Register Johnson granted mar
riage license Monday to Mr. Jno.
Trouiman and Miss Dora Doug
lass. Contractor Propst has the con
tract to build the Salisbury Sav
ings bank building. It is to be
finished until JanTlst.'
For nice fresh York' River oys
ters, just received, go to Bo
brer's Restaurant. By the quart
Tli o school at Sunderland be
gins tomorrow. For several
days the young ladies have been
arriving on different trains.
New shoes go by halves tomor
row at Park's. '
Miss Mary Bracken's display of
Fall and Winter pattern Hats.
Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 and
4th of October. Public cordially
K m J K l tUVWt EN W V?
The Market Doesn't Effect Them. j
There are not many cotton
mills in these parts fixed as is
the cotton mill at Norwood. Mr.
D B Coltrano, who is president
of the mill at Norwood, states
that the m'li now has enough
cotton on hand for another year.
They purchased their year's sup
ply, 2, GOO bales, some time ago
and the price paid for it will
average not more than 6.45.
This is no doubt comforting to
this company during this time
when the price of cotton is stead
ily advancing. About 1,800 bales
are on hand while the remaining
number are purchased and
will be shipped when demanded.
Mack Roger Hack.
It will be remembered that
some weeks ago a negro named
Mack Boger shot Jesse Koontz,
colored, one night over in the
part of town occupied by the col
ored people. Since that night
Mack has been missing but with
out t any difficulty Sheriff Peck
found him Mondav night below
town. Mack had to pay the
town a few dollars, and has se
cured a bondsman until his trial
at the coming term of court.
Flies and Gnats Carry Disease.
But a short period ago we
were led to believe that typhoid
fever is spread almost entirely
by the germs in drinking water.
Nor is there any doubt that it is
easily conveyed in the drinking
water which should be most cau
tiously guarded. But Dr. Veeder,
of Lyons, N. Y., in a paper read
before the American Health As
sociation at Ottawa, maintains
that scientific investigation shows
conclusively that flies are a ve
hicle for the spread of disease
germs. Disease germs can be
developed from their tracks
even. It has been observed that
fevers in some instances spread
without any connection with the
The doctor - maintains' that for
protection it is necessary to use
disinfectants freely where there
is a lack of sewerasro. ? Gnats.
too, the scientists have proven
to bo carriers of disease germs.
Speaking of mules, how many
men can call to mind an instance Carolina and all persons in posi
of a mule dying a natural death? tlons of trusts and responsibility.
iney may me ot starvation, it
they find absolutely nothing to
eat, but that is almost an impos&i -
bility. They may get choked to
death under great provocation;
they are sometimes killed bvacci-
dent or design, and sometimes a
stroke of lightninjr knocks one
out, but to die a really natural
. . w
pies. They are not constructed
that way. Americus, Ga., Times
We thought it was only the
gray mule that has immunity
Cream Puffs, etc.
Special attention given to lad
Oysters 35 cents per quart.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Not Every man who is seedy
is a farmer,
1Vs the good chestnut that
doesn't catch a worm.
The photographer is the man
who is an expert at "making
The average title
who comes to this country is
Unkind words are the briars
that choke the flowers in the gar
den of the heart.
If some people were to tell the
truth they would be looked upon
as great humorists.
Take love out of life and there
would be no sunshine in the soul
or happiness in the heart.
The supply of truth is getting
so very small that it is now used
mostly for veneering falsehood.
Every good thought molded
in the mind and born of the brain
is a flow er filling the heart with
It is said that liquor will
strengthen the voice, but it is re
markably strange how it will
weaken the legs.
Our sweetheart has a pretty
foot, so very neat and small; the
old man's foot is larger before
it we did fall.
The Baltimore Sun says that
the Prohibitionists of that city
have nominated a "full" ticket.
We thought they were too dry to
ever get full. Orange (Va.) Ob
server. NEW YORE MARKETS.
. . . 0.93
. . 7.00
. . . 137i
Tobacco. . . 116i
Resources Oyer $2,500,000
Accepted as solo security by the
United States Government and
1 Stato and Counties of North
(T)mi t, hl vnl Vft vniir funnels.. Wa
' in bond you at a reasonable
J. F. HURLEY, Agt
We have 44 doz.
' Misses Ribbed fleeced lined cot
ton Vests with drawers to match;
sizes from 13 to 34, at 25 cents
' each. Call and see them. They
j are just what you want for the
i little folks.
Gibson & Morrison.
I SEE THE
i Yankee Watch
THE AMERIGfltt BONDING AND
One hundren Children s' Vestee
uits. Stylish Patterns. Hand-
some trimmings. New and ele
gant designts. 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.
$1.25 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 them
for less than $2.50 anywhere
Splendid line of Men's suits just
in. We save you 25 cents on
every dollar you spend.
Cannon & Fetzer Co.
We are the whip to prices
v? FURNITURE AND
Offera the business public a reliable, pes
manent, conservative and accommodate
ing banking instution.
We solicit your 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
TO CUSTOMERS - -
Capital ana Surplus - $70 000.
D. B Coltbane, Chashier,
J. M. Odejl. jr'resident.
M. L. Brown & BRo,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Om
nibuseB meet" all' passenger trains,
Outfits of all kinds famished
promptly and at reasonable prices.
Horses and mules always on hand
or sale. Breeders of .noroughbre
Poland China Hcwis. d
Vestee suits at
Is the royal road to fortune.
If you want to save come to
our store, we can save
you money on
to double the speed of sales.
s5?ra Qo To
Fresh Butter on Ice,
Quaker Oats, Hominy,
Canned Corn, ' Tomatoes,
Soda, Bakintr Powders, Starch.
Cracks, Lard, Earns, Prunes,
Green aDd Parched Coffee, Tea,
Sngar, Soap, Peas, Meal,
Corn, SkipstulT, Oats, Oil,
Flour, Molasseb, Salt,
Vinegar, Snuff, Tobacco, Rice,
Potash, Spices, boctled
Pickles, Washing Powders
and anything in the Grocery
line. We also carry
Rope, Crockery, Glassware,
Shoes Hats, Tinsware Etc. Etc
We close our store at 8.15 dur-
mg tne summer monme.i, i o uo
liver goods until 6 p. ra