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Arrival or iB-aiufe.
The following change of schedule took
etfect J une 12. 18U1).
lC. 3 arrives at ff 52 h m,
' 44 44 10 00 a in,
" 12 " " 7-00 pra,
' :S4 44 D.4.-; p m,
: G " " 2 (K) m vliuii t)
No. :)7 arrives at 8 4!) a m, (liag)
v i! " " ? 1 a m,
' T " ' 8.01 p m,
" So 44 44 y.iop'm, (Hag)
V. " 7 1: a Lu.
fjl 4 " 8 4iia in f reitrht)
No. '35. lu?u running abend of No. 7,
is flagged if .irPcs: !iry for through travel
At;;jli of 1 L.ri jtte, and is stopped for
passengers arriving fioni Lynchburg or
'beyond. No. ;i stops regularly for
passengers for Salisbury, High Point,
vireensboro, Reidsville, Hanyille and
pnnripal stations between Dnyille and
Vnsii'.ugtoii. No. i7 atopb for pas
sengers eommg from Lynchburg or
remits beyond, and to take on pas
senger. f-r regular stopping places
south of Newtlls. No. SS stops to let
off passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
passengers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Nos. o'4 and ."4 stop at Concord for
passengers to or from the C. C. k A.
Division Charlotte to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 aro the local troiuB !
and connect at Salisbury with trains of
V. N. (J. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
x; Theti: Own Pkaise.
the STTKFFis the PIANO to buy;
hi- no equal for the money as you
.-lvij the middleman's profits and it will
a lifetime; but we hav several
urr:diis in otner makes.
We have taken in exchange for
S'i'i EPF'S two Ivers k Pond Pianos,
un. tLe finest style that firm rnanu-hi'-nir.-r.i.d
it is almost new. If you
u:uit ihi.s make here are bargains.
it. Stieef. s'lau
Factory Bran:! Wareroon. xVyA3
CliWlotte, A. C.
C0 11. WHmotlhi, Mgr.
Fixe Tuning. Paeace Organs.
icnlieimer is again
after his spell of
' lt In
Us. Eugene Sloan, who hasj
''h visiting i it r sister in Chai!
ka returiu'il home.
J 'V TVer;
hore 'vith his
irother. Dr. Win
Mrs. Barney Douglas, of Win
ston, is visiting her pareuts. Mr.
mm .Mi-h. Jas. W Cannon. .
and Mrs. Ed. Castor, who
been spend im: several
"rahs here, have returned to
i j Igh Point.
X;'im y-nine bales were at the
plaUorni today. The market is
iown today again. It ranges
iroia 7.30 to 7.40.
.:ayor Means' street force is
Lfreatly improving the road
from the railroad to the bridge
: yond the dejiot.
Mr. Julian Smith, who has
brim spending more than a week
at his home in Charleston, has
!'(iUuned to school at North
A negro whe beat his way from
Coueord on No. 36 this morning
v;a.s given a chase at the depot
he escaped. The railroad
'"phjgot his hat. Salisbury
ll" Christian Reid Book
iuh will meet tomorrow after
noon at : oV.lock with Mrs. J M
OJoll. The Pattle oi ihe Strouir
;iiui its author (Gilbert
'i ! i Ur discussed.
Lillie Urv. vtw f n
nas been here undnveminfr
i lid -for lier eyes, re
) Li iclcor- Tlnnwiov
Sih' will be coiiielled to
-j oua y
UV ii-r ..Unlies
!-.n.'i'- this session.
;" ( )T" ALIC House ouSpriut
am) v n ir
S3 mm mi5S2
FOR SALE Dr. J P Gibson's
leMuunce on iviam street.
Kev. L Kush has returned here the Union. As it
after spending several months didacy makes it
wiui ins uaugnier m Montgom
LOST Small key. Finder
please return to Leonard Boyd.
Mr. Geo. L. Fisher is very
sick with fever. He was taken
suddenly worse Thursday after
noon but soon afterward revived.
WANTED White boy 12 or
1 years old at Concord Bakery.
It is amusing to see a wagon
loaded with cotton seed strike
town. The representatives of
different firms are waiting and
meet them before they get to a
store. The price ranges from
19 to 23 cents per bushel.
Dr. W. H. Wakefiled, of Char
lotte, N. C, will be in Concord
at St. Cloud on Friday, October
20th, for this one day only. His
practice is limited to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
PjtUians Take Notice !
All members of Concord Lodge
No. 51 Knights of Pythias are
requested to meet in Castle Hall
tonight at 8 o'clock promptly.
Work in first rank.
C. L. White, C. C.
Fruits and Oysters
Try ohp Hai Sandwiches. They are
Joe FJsher, Proprietor.
JCorth Carolina's Victory.
The coming Senatorial contest
in the State of North Carolina
gives some idea of the victory of
which the people won in their
election of one year ago.
It was a pitiable sight when
one of the original States of the
Union fell a victim to a political
conspiracy, only equaled by the
c.irpet-bag governments of 1868.
In this conspiracy ignorance and
y pnshcd aside the virtue and
. 1 .,. e 0 4 , ,
mieiiigence ui uie ouuu, unu
from the governorship almost to
every office the men who were
the backbone of every commu
nity were side-tracked and place
hunters took their seats. The
unholy alliance by which a Pop
ulist and a Republican, so diver
gent in views, could have been
elected to the United States Sen
ate, proved that spoils was the
motive power and that principle
had nothing to whatever to do in
the general earring of offices. It
was no wonder then, that when
North Carolinians, men of sub-
stance and intelligence and prop
erty, found how they had
been handi-capped and be
littled in the eyes of the
world, they banded them
selves together to restore the
North State to the proud posi
tion it engaged when represented
by such men as Zeb Vance and
There is now a contest going
on for the United States Senator-
ship to succeed Marion Butler, j
In this contest are pitted such j
men as Hon. Julian S Carr,
Chairman F M Simmons, of the
State Democratic Committee;
former G ever nor Jarvis and
former Congressman "Waddell.
In reading over such a list of
names as this, representing the
best colonial blood of North Car
olina, as well as the best man
hood of the present day, one can
form some idea of the great rev
olution which is being made from
the era of Butler and Pritchard.
All those men are first-class in
worthily represent any
is, their can
North Carolina has thrown off
the nightmare of Russellism. and
will henceforth keep in the mid
dle of the road and out of the
way of tricksters and political
charlatans. Atlanta Constitu
tion. NEW YORK MARKETS.
No v. . .
March. . .
Sugar . .
Wheat ,.72 72$
Reduced Rates to the State Fair. .
On account of the State Fair
the Southern will sell round trip
tickets to Raleierh Oct, 14, 15. 16.
17 and 20 at rate of $5.50 and on
Oct. 18 and 19 at rate of $3.80
round trip. All tickets limited
returning Oct. 23rd.
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any case of catarrh
that can not by cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Prons.,
r the undersigned, have
known F J Cheney for the last 15
years, and believe him perfectly
reliable in all business transac
tiens and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their
West & Truax,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
t Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
fernally, acts directly upon the
blood and nucous surface of the
system. Price 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all druggists. Testimo
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGIIT,
Mr. W. A. Mines of Manchester, la.,
writing of liis almoet miraculous esoape
from death, says: t4Exposur3 after
measles induced serious lung trouble,
which ended in (Jonsamption. I had
frequent hemorrhacres and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
munt soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. I
would not be without it even if it cost
5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and all say it
never fails to cure Throat, Chest and
Lung troubles." Regular size 50c and
$ 1.00 Trial bottles free at Fetzei s Drug
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
are just what yon want for the
Gibson & Morrison.
Every one of them
will please yon. Come and
see them. A line lot of
W. C. CORRELL,
One hundren Childrens' Vestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. Mew and ele
gant designts. Finely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. AlEsizes, 8 to 8.
They are $5.00 and $6.00 suits
and strictly up to
have choice at $3.00.
1.25 to 81.50.
and $250 suits.
Two hundred Childrens' Reefer
suits. Finest goods, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.00. Thsre
are plenty of $5gjsuits ainorg
Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey
suits at $2. You won't find tliem
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.
3 W" JS3l-il
Rings true. It cannot be counter
feited. Its good qualities and perfection of workmanship bailie imitation.
ft Artistic Furniture
U to furnish the entire house or only
jj to get it.
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Cloyer
Seed, Seed Kye, and Rock Salt
Q. W. Patterson's.
date. .You can
Vestee suits at
Thev are 82.00
i a mt k
' ' if.
An honest dollar from a counter
feit. So you can tell by its work
the tliorouffhtly good stoye from
BUCK'S IK m
low prices IB our bpeumii.y. n juu wtui
buy a kitchen chair this is the place U
Offera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
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 rill
be glad to have you come and see ua.
Capital an! Snrnlns - - $70 000.
D. B Coltkase, Cliashier,
J. M. Ode n.. rehident.
; liveky. k.u:fd and ale
Just in rtarci St Cioud Hor!. Olu
nibuses mct an passerger irains
Outn'ts ot all kinds furnished
promptly and at reasonable prices.
Horses and muleB always cn haLd
or sale. Breeders of lnorju b re
Poland Uaiaa H..
il Concord 1