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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 05, 1899, Image 3

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arrival of Zruiua, The following change of schedule took eStect Juuel2, 18U9. NORTHBOUND. No, 8 arrives at 5 52 a m, 0 " 44 10 00 a m, 12 44 " 7 00 p m, 3S " ,4 8.51 p m, (flag) 34 0 45 v ni, 62 " 44 2 00 a m(lieiij t) southbound No. 37 arrives at 8.4'.' u, ai, (flag) "11 44 44 11 23 a m, 7 35 33 44 s .Gl p m, 4 7 19 u m, (jl 44 " .4'Ja m, iircigruj No. 35, when running uhad of No. 7, is flagged if necessary for through travel KO!:th"of Charlotte, ""and is etopped for puooOLers arriving fioin Lynchburg or beyond. No. 30 stops regularly for passengers for Salisbury, High Point, Greensboro, Reidbville, Danyille and principal stations between Danville and Washington. No. 37 stops for paa eentW coining from 1 ynciiburg or points beyond, and to take on pas Feugers for rguhr ftoi ping places soufliof Ne wells. No. MS stops to let oft' passengers from regular stopping places south of Newells and to take on passengers for regular stopping places, Lynchburg or beyond. Xos. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for tv saer.jrt r.s to or from the C. C. & A. Division Charlotte to Augusta and other points in South Carolina, Georgia Biid Florida, reached through Columbia or Augusta Nos. 7, 8. 11 and 12 are the local trains a -d connect at Salisbury with trains of VV. N. C. Division. TELEPHONE NO. 71 BOUNDED 1842 'Sixg Their Own Praise." TheSTTEFFisthe PIANO to buy: ii ' is in) fun'd for the monev as you have the middleman's profits and it will ii lifetime: but we hnvv several bp . uuins in otin-r makes. We htive tnken in exchange for i-TI EPF'S two Ivors k Pond Pianos, --j..-, tli finest style that firm uiami- t ictureh ami it is almost new. If you v-nut tins make here are bargains j 5,7, II, SQC3f, M"mm?"5o.! sm Braucn warenm. t, 2. c. H. WMmcth 5 Mgr t i Nh Tuning. Palace Organs, j ! A wl.iii' m:ni w;is sent In tlioi dhiar,- Wrdiit'sdav for train-i beating. Pearl Srhubort, who lias been sick for son if time, is gradually I't.'ooveriim". Rc nembor the mct'lin" of tho U. U. Cs Friday al 4:3J o'clock , :tl -Mrs. Wausuortli'.-:. T!ss Lizzie Kini';ad has re turned here, after spending some thiii: al her home in Lenoir. Mi's. M L Scott want up to Salisbury this morning to spend . .. uiii with her friends. -e nrai persons at this placo ha v o received invitations to act as marshals at the Winston Fair. mi 11 i . ' 1 lie wholesale and retail busi-, ess oi the late Geo. W Patterson i nes oi me late uuo. vv 1'atterson i will continue the same as hereto- j lore. Sheriff Peck has moved into his residence on East Corbin .street purchased from Mr. W C Correll. Miss Emma and Ella Erwin left Wednesday morning to enter Sunderland Hall School at Con cord. Salisbury Sun. Mrs. Preston, of southwest Virginia, has arrived here to spend a week or more with her son. Rev. Cochran Preston. Miss Mary Goodman is quite sick with fever at the home of Mr. Will Goodman on the corner of Church ;rnl East Depot street. Will Harris, a negro, was sent to the chain gang for violating one of the town ordinances, in re gard to driving on the sidewalk with a wagon. Dr. W. H. Wakefield, of Char lotte. N. C, will be in Concord at Si. Cloud on Friday, October 2illi. for this one day only. His pKu .lce is limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.- f: Description of Dewey's Sword. ters "G. D., and immediately un it will be remembered that der them are the letters "U. S. Congress appropriated as much ST.,?' surrounded by sprays of the as 10,000 for the Dewey sword, plant. The following description may The ferrule, or lower end of appease the curiosity of some as the scabbard, terminates in en to how such sword is made. twined gold dolphins. ''The sword, except its steel The sword box is of white oak blade and the body metal of its . inlaid with black velvet, and at scabbard, is entirely 22-karat the center of the cover a gold gold. On the pommel is carved shield surmounted by an eagle the name of the battleship Olym-' and inscribed with a single star phia, which was Dewey's llagship 1 and the words, "Rear Admiral at Manila, and the zodiacal sign Dewey, U. S, N." for December, in which lucky month Dewey was born. Cii A Very Bold, Bad Robbery, cling these is a closely wove n The Troutman correspondent wreath of oak leaves, long em- j ployed to indicate and adorn rank. Below these the pommel is em braced by a gold collar on the front of which are the arms of the United States with the blue field of shield in enamal. Below them are the arms of Vermont, Dewey's native state, with the motto, "Freedom and Unity," and the colors of the shield in enamel. The plain part of the gold collar is decorated with stars and a graceful finish is giv en to it by a narrow bank of oak leaves. The sword blade is Da mascened, with the inscription: "the gift of the na tion TO REAR ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY, U. S. N., IN MEMORY OF THE VIC TORY AT MANILA BAY, MAY 1, 1898." The sword grip is covered with fine shark skin bound with srold wire and inlaid with gold stars, rp i 0-icrlo lovmW,., gUll(l aU eJgi tolinm ting in a claw which grasps the ,01 in svhich tho Wado is sot; the r-1 r 0 w"Wi lorm iuv- iuaiii proper. The scabbard is of this steel, Damascened in gold, with sprays of a delicate sea plant, the Ross 1 Marinus, typical of fidelity, con- , stancy und remembrance I tij's aie inienacea, stars nil the inner s)acos, dolphins the outer spaces. Sprays of oak leaves and acorns secure the r: in: and tnipimig.s of the scabbard; above theso on the front of iho scabbard is a raised mono-Trum in diamonds, entwining the let- "gML'mjMCMBflKllilMIM i I j Mr. Daniel Harwood, who quite a while ago had the misfortune to get a thumb torn off, lias re- sumed work at the lumber yard of the Yorke & Wadsworth Co. Mrs. Manie Davis, of Mecklon - burg, has arrived here to take a position in the store of the i r 1 D Tl , r. , . I Cannon & Fetzer Co. She is staying with Mrs. Jno. Wads- wovGi worth Little Julia Gray's many friends wih be glad to learn that her condition is not so serious as two days ago. She has typhoid fever. Airs. Boshamer will leave Satur day to attend her bedside. A negro man dropped into our office Wednesday evening and asked that we be sure and save him a nickel's worth of papers until oauuruuy evening, vv e leei sure inai ne can be accom modated. FRESH OYSTER AT THE Concord Bakery. Bread, Doughnuts, Buns, Cakes, Pies, Cream Puffs, etc. Special attontion given to lad patrons. Oysters 35 cents per quart. Jos Fisher, Proprietor. 'PHONE 122. of the States ville Landmark says, Eli Hartsell, a young man 21 years old, was robbed of 25 and came near being killed on his way home Monday evening. He found himself suddenly seized and thrown down in his wagon by one man, while another robbed him. Then a pistol was placed at his head and fired. The ball passed through his hat without touching his head. Ho temprarily lost consciousness and when he came to he was alone in the wagon and the horse was running. Now it is said they are storing electricity in a capsule. It should be taken with a grain of salt. Philadelphia Times. HOW'S THIS ? Wc oflfor one hundred dollars reward for any caee of catarrh that can not by cured by HalPs Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney it Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio. Vp, the undersigned, have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years, and believo him perfectly reliable in all business transac tions and financially nble to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Dnnrpisrs, Toledo, 0. Walding, Rinnan tfc Marvin, Whck'siido Diuuists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the i t rr ,- i.iii. svbieiii. j ncB ion. per ootue. Sold by all druggists. Testimo- i uia'.s Ireo. NEW YOKlv. MARKETS. COTTON Oi'iJNi:!). I T 0V" CLOSED. 7.00 7.1H 14U 119 73$ 512 7.06 7.20 14H 121J 734 510 U tll Sugar . Tobacco 1 Wheat. . ' Ribs Afoniinn AIe nXI U I Mothers. Wo have 41 doz. Misses-Ribbed ileeced lined cot ton Vests with drawers to match; sizes from 13 to 34, at 25 cents each. Call and see them. They are just what you want for the little folks. Gibson 8c Morrison. They Are Beauties! Every one of them will please you. Come and see them. A fine lot of Opal Rings. W. C. Correll, THE JEWELEK. One hundren Childrens' Yestee Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand some trimmings. New and ele gant designts. Finely Tailored. Altogether Swell. All sizes, 8 to 8. They are $5.00 andl$8.00 suits and strictly up to date. You en have choice at $3.00. One hundred Vestee suits at $1.25 to $1.50. yThey are $2.00 and $250 suits. Two hundred Childrens' Reafer suits. Finest goods, Splendidly tailored,-at $2.00 to $3.00. There are plenty of $5 suits . among them. Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey suits at $2. You won't find them for less than $2.50 anywhere else. Splendid line of Men's suits just in. We save you 25 cents on every dollar you spend. Cannon & Fetzer Co. ft i i V n FURNITURE. We are the whip to prices to double the speed of sales. V7 Ik FURNITURE AND Offero the business public a reliable, per manent, conservative and accommodat ing banking instatioa. We solicit your patronage with the assurance of honorable treatment and due appreciation of your p;Uronage. If we can servo you any time we will be glad to have you come and see us. v. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS ? - Capital anl SutbIus - - $70 OWL D. B Coltrane, Chashier, J. M. Odejl. President. M, L. Brown & BRo. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Just in rearol St. Cloud Hotel. Om nibuses meet all passenger trains Outfits of all kinds furnished promptly and at reasonable prices. Horses and mules always on hand or sale. Breeders of j.ttoroughbrea Poland China Hose. 1 .?zr-r- i I Concord k ona SAVING Is the roval road to fortune. If you want to save come to our store, we can save you money on X ft UNDER 1 AKIN G es(2 GO To GW PATTERSON FOR Rock .iit Fresh Butter on Ice, Quaker Oats, Hominy, Chipped Beef, Canned Cora. Tomatoes, and Peaches. Soda, Baking Powders, Starch Oracse, Lurl, llama, Prunes, Breakfast Strips, Green avd Parcliod Cotfoe, Tea, Sugar, Soap, Peas, Meal, Corn, Shipstuff, Oats, Oil, FJotir, Mokiiss, Salt, Vinegar, Snuff. To;:aco, Rice, Potash, Spicei, bottled Pickles, Washing Powders and anything in tne Grocery line. We also carry Rope, Crockery, Glassware, Wooden-ware, DryGoods, Shoes Hats, Tinware Etc. Etc We close our store at 8.15 dur ing the summer months. We do liyer goods until C p..,m.

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