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Arrival or Trolus.
Via following cbange of schedule took
tsiiect Juuel2. 1890.
NO KT II HOUND.
Mo- 8 arrives at 5 52 am,
30 " "10 00 am,
12 " 7-OUpm,
.? " " 8.51 p m, fllag)
" " 0.45 i. ru,
G " " 2 00 a in (ireisj t)
. ,-;T ntves at 8 49 a (tla?)
" 8.51 p m,
44 9.20 p'm, (lias:)
7.10 a m,
X, . id. vVr. runninff abend of No. 7,
ififld.";ed n iit'cessary for through travel
sonv- of Charlotte, and is stopped for
ivissr-iiirera arriving from Lynchburg or
fceyond. No. 3ti istops regularly for
ranuffOM for Salisbury, High Point,
rrj.v -usboro, Ueiusville, Danyille and
:i.:icijal stations between .Danville and
"Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
..ui.Ls wining from Lynchburg or
omts beyond, and to take on pas
swjaers for regular stopping places
e.Vithof Newells. No. 3S stops to let
off passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
:i:ingers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
Nos. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
r.fseui:orH to or from the C. C. fc A.
Division Charlotte to Augusta and
oilier points in South Carolina, Georgia
cd Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
a.tid connect at Salisbury with trains of
W. N. C. Division. .
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
Sixg Their Own'PiUise."
TheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
it has no equal for the money as you
ive the middleman's profits and it will
last a lifetime; but we have several
i? trains in other makes. . fc .....
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
nut this make here are bargains.
''V,on If CHioof Piano Miinfclnrr,
jk& ill. UllUOl, Haiti mo re Mrt.
Factory Branca Wareroom. -ftj2l-
Charlotte, X. C.
C. H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Vise Tuning. Palace Organs.
LOST Small key. Finder
please return tp Leonard Boyd.
Lewis Brown has gone to
Trinity College, where lie enters
Gentry's dog show is heading
for North Carolina the latter
part of this month; '
Lotj Alexander & Hendrix
clean and press your clothes
satisfaction guaranteed. '. ' ; -
FOR SALE House on Spring
street. Apply to " Mrs.- -M - G
Doaton. ' :L" t
Mrs. J L Kendall and children
returned here Sunday after1 an
absence of-several-months.' V r
Mr. Ed Hall is " now" working
with Mr. McNish, whose iadver
fcisomeht appears in: this .paper
Mr. P B Fetzer has returned
home from Asheville, where1 'he
attended- thevPresbytorian - Syna
od. . .. . v ?..-.-.v, -v.,.-. ..s-v.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Dick spent
Sunday at M r: E; D. .Lentx,sh,ear
Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. ' Leritz is
very ill.. .. .,
Messrs. S 'F King and Gray
arber,"oi Uharlotte,i spent bun
''ay here -with -their rrindMri
J no. Rtitledge;- v-r " - J ' ..
Misses Chassie Brown and
Constance Clme.' of ' Elizabeth
college", arrived here last Satur
day night to spend Sunday.- .
QDr. W A Byers, the oculist,
nas riurnod to Charlotte' after
spending a while here in the in
terest of his profession;:' . .
, Dr- J' H.' Wakefiled, of Char
lotte, N. C. Will be in vf!mirHrd
at St. Cloud on Friday1, October
-'hi, iur tins one aay only. His
practice is limited to Eye, Ear
"mo and Throat. ...
I; OR SALE Dr. J P Gibson's
J-orsidence on Main street.- :
Mr. Jno. C Wads worth left j
Sunday night for Charlotte on 1
his way to the State Fair. j
Rev. W C Alexander has re-1
turned home after attending the ,
Presbyterian Synod at Ashe
Mr. and Mrs. Appieton Wil
son, who have been visiting at
Mr. Robt. E Gibson's, have re
turned to Baltimore.
Miss Bessie Wharey,of Moores- j
n l i i .... I
vine, wiio iias oeen visiting at
P B Fetzer's, has gone to Meck
lenburg to visit.
We are sorry to learn that
Mr. Douglas A Patterson, of
No. 4 township, is seriously ill
of typhoid fever.
Mr. H A Chappell, soliciting
agent for the Raleigh News and
Observer is on hand this court
Mr. Edward "Ballou, who has
been visiting at Mr. Robt. E
Gibson's, hafe returned to New
Mr. H-McNamara and wife
have gone to I Raleigh to'atteiid
the -State Fairx"fnd visit their
daughter; Mrs. J H Mason. ,v
.Miss Daisy Furr' daughter of
Mr. Moses Furr, of our county,
has gone - to' 'Hickory to enter
school -m.Glaremont College.
Mr. Tiios; Xl&ander, son of
Mr. Cress Alexander, of No. 3
township, has secured a position
as salesman for Swink & White.
lou can get. a discount of 25
per cent, on all cleaning and
dyeing at the ' Concord1 Steani
Laundry and?Dye Works,, for the
next 30 days'. ol6 3t
Rev. W B Oney has moved
into the new parsonage, at -Can -nonville
opposite" Mr M C Wal
ter's residence on West Depot
street. . - . - -
Invitation cards are out an
nouncing the marriage on Tues
day night of Miss Maggie How
ell to Mr. Sam McLester, of
A specialty in cleaning Cur
tains, Carpets, Parlor Suits ind
Oil Paintings. 'All work in our
cleaning departments guaran
teed. Also remember when we
clean a suit it is cleaned. If not
satisfied return, we do over free
of-charge. Concord Laundry
and Dye Works.
Mrs. Mattie Scott, jvho has
been spending several weeks
hero at Mr. F A Archibald's,
has gone to Starkville, Missvj
where she 'ill? live Vith her son.
Heretofore "she has been living
in Oxford, Miss.
Mr. H E C Bryant of the Char
lotto Observer, . is. here V 'tfd&ay.
This is his first Visit here'
he has been sick. Numbers of
ohr people are always glad to
vsee -'Red Buck."
Mrs. ZekeTlJdftnson, of" Char
lotte, sperrt Sunday here. She!
catrio on account ot the illness
6f her brother, Mr. Quint Cald r
welVwharisulsick at Forest;
Hill Witferej:- '
iust received, a new and fresh
lot Of dyes. We can dye any
varment in vour wardrobe anv :
'shade or colorj the ''highest4 clfe
ot worK given i anu guaranree no
.?' S lt . om- i. J !.. i. -XT I
moping on or lauing. ixo
linings dyed invalh-wool" goods.
.Remember, for the next 30 days !
wegive 25 per cent, off ; on all
dyeing and cleaning. Ladies
need not take to pieces a skirt Of
IiAUHDRY AND DYE-WORKS. 3t
Fruits and Oysters
Try onr Ham Sandwiclies. They are
: ' Tine
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
' PHONE 122.
Ovation, Sword and Watch,
Admiral Dewey received a
tremendous ovation, a sword and
a watch at Boston on last Satur-
day the 14th
He was wonder -with
onstration ofihor ox Cor him.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
March. . . .
Sugar . . .
Tobacco.. . 117
Wheat .71f . .
SPAIN'S GREATEST NEED.
Mr. K. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters -at
Aiken, 8. C. Weak nerves had
caused sovere pains iu the back
ofjhra htfrtd: ' On tisiner Electric
BiktersJ America's greatest blood
and nerve remedy, all soon left
hira.-He says this graud-medicioe
is what fiis country needs All
America knows that it cures liver
and kidney troubles, purifies the
blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim,
vigor and nw life" into every
muscle, nerve- and oran of th6
body. If weak, tired or ailing
you need it. Every bottle is
guaranteed, only 50o. Sold at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT,
Mr. W. A. Hiiios of Manchester, la.,
writing of nie almost miraculous escape
from death says: "Exposure after
mfiaslefl induced fiArinnn lnncf frrknhl
which ended in Oonsumption.. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coucrhed
night and day. All my doctors said I
mupt soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. lung's New Discovery for Oonsump
turn, which completely cured . me. J
would not be without it even if it cost
$5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have Used it
on my recommendation ' and nil fay it
never fails to cure Throat, Chest and
Lung troubles." Kegular size 50c and
$1.00 Trial bottles free at Fetzers Drug
We have 44 doz.
Misses. Ribbed fleeced lined cot
Ion Vests with drawers to match;
sizes from 13 to 34, at 25 cents
each, pall and see them. They
are just what you want for the
! little folks.
Gibson & Morrison.
I riAW A y r
Every" one of them
will pjease rydui)' bme;
e thtfm; A . fine lotofv
W. G. CfiRRELL, ,
In all jlta staff" there
Ely9! CrGtin Balm
cleanses, $oothes and heala
the diseased embraae.
It cares catarrh and dri-rea
away a cId in Um bead
quickly.; : , . ..
Creftm Balm U placed Into the nostrils, spreads
over the membraiieXad itJ absocbed 'Rllf U lm.
ioedlate and a cure follows. It ! not dryingdoea
not produce anfJ5togXargeSizt BO eents at Drug
ghA or by.mallitTrial Size, 10 cents by saafc --
BB0TSSS& W Warren Strwf, New York.
7 sjotSk"! f -r:
One hundren Childrens' Vestee
Suits. Stylish Patterns. Hand
some trimmings. New and ele
gant designts. Finely Tailored.
Altogether Swell. All!sizes, 3 t o 8.
They are $5.00 and $6,00 suits
and strictly up to date. .Youca-n
have choice at $3.00.
One hundred Vestee suits at
1.25 to $1.50.
and $S5.Q suits.
Two hundred Childrens' Reefer
suits.. .. Pines;riopds, splendidly
tailored, at $2.00 to $3.0Q. There
are plenty of $5 suits among
Boys heavy, all-wool Kersey
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.
BUCK'S mm HEATERS.
They cost no more than ordinary stoves that "eat up" your in
come in fuel bills. '
' HERE. Not anywhere else or elsewhere for fine furni
ture at low prices. '
,r ASQ JJNpgRTAKERS.
to give the peopjttiis wititiw
better bargaiM than uspajrin all
It willplay : you to
A 1 ' -3
before buying. ; Eor Clorer
Seed, Seed - Bye, and: Bock Salt
go-to ", ; ' t :'':y:VY?
Q. Ws Patterson's.
They are $2.00
Am other Heaters of
course, but there are none that
will keep your house as warm
and cozy with as little wood as
Offers ihe business publio a reliable, per
maneut, oonseryative ahd'accommodiit
VSfS banking instutlon. r :
vnnr nAtrnriftcra witli tha
, IT A' " " ' . w
i ti' a m. a
assurance oi aoupraoie fxreaiiAeni woa
Stie'apteoiatioi of JroW jltroSe. '"'
It we can serre job anylxlmejwa will
blad to hayeyoa come and see o.
- to cusToaiERa. : v - - .
Kjitalaiid Suriilus5 S7CT000.
D. B Coltbaxe, Chaahier,
M; Odejl, Wesident,
T . t '
M, L. Brown & BRo,
. . , . ..-' if '
S LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
STABLES, ; '
i c T ' t
Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel. Om
nibuses meet all passenger trains.
Outfits of all kinds, furnished
gomptly and at reasonable pribea.
orses and mules always on hand
or "sale. Breedaw of f.tioroaghdre
Poland C ini I V3.