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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 17, 1899, Image 3

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Arrival of J rains, 'Hie following change of schedule took NORTHBOUND. r rives lit 5 52 a m, u 10 00 ft m, 12 " " 7 00 pm, - " M p m, (flar) " " l.).45 p rn, i " 14 2 00 a m (trcisj t) SOL'THBOUND 'So. 37 arrives at 3 4-0 a m, (ilfij?) : 11 u 112; am, 44 .51 p " 9.20 p'ni, (ling) " 7.10 n m, M 8 40 a m, (freight) 61 wIipti rnmiinrr ahead of No. 7, is ttfizz:d if necessary for through travel sc-aJTo( L harlotte, "and is stopped for c- -'i.s .irriviiu; from Lynchburg or ceToij No. - stops regularly for ps.oPeners for Salisbury, Ilirli Point, Greensboro, Reidsville, Danville and urincipai stations between Danyille and "Washington. No. 37 btops for pas sengers coming from Lynchburg or points beyond, and to take on pas sengers for' regular stopping places south of Newells. No. 38 stops to let oil' passengers from regular stopping places south of Newells and to take on mongers for regular stopping places, Lynchburg or bevond. Nos. o-1 and 34 stop at Concord for rxxyse.'Tjvrtf to or from the 0, 0. & A? bi vision Charlott.fi to Augusta and other points in South Carolina, Georgia &cd Florida, reached through Columbia or Augnsta. Nos. 7, S, 11 and 12 are the local trains &nd connect at Salisbury with trains- of W. N. C. Division. TELEPHONE NO. 71. FOUNDED....... .....V...1842. 4Sixg Their Own Praise." TheSTIEFFistho PIANO to buy; it has n ei'i d i'cr the money as you rave the middleman's profits and it will last a lifetime; but we have several bargains in other makes. We have taken in exchange for STIEFF'S two Ivers A: Pond Pianos, nue, the finest stylo that firm manu- i-'-.-iroB and it is almost new. If you 'i.'it tins make here are bargains. f I'fniio Miiufcturr, 1, Haiti more Ml. TV Brad Wareroom. o. 213 N. Trjou Nt tli'arlotte, X. C. C. H. Wiimoth, Mgr. Fixe Tuxtng. Palace Organs. All. J L Brown is one of Sheriff Peck's deputies this week. Prank Brumley has gone to Atlanta, Ga., on a prospective trip. The Ladies Musical Club will -meet tomorrow at 3 o'clock p. m. with Miss Maude Brown. Jno. Murr, who is employed on a freight train, is off of duty on account of a badly sprained hand. James Bostian, son of Mr. Jno, W Bostion, of Albemarle, is Jerking at Ur- Hueket store for -)veral weeks. ' Mr..A. Young left Monday night lor Raleigh to attend a meeting of the directors of the penitentiary.' ' r ' You can get a discount' of 25 per cent.. .on. all : cleajajngrahd -yeing'at the Concord Steam Laundry and Dye Works, for ! the next 30 days: ' ' ' : :ol6 -3t Mr. Ed. Sherrill," of Garinon vilie, has secured position svitjl Dove & Best. Mr. Sherrill was ome time ago in the merchan1 dizing business, A negro who works at the -a-achery accidental! y cut. a bon- unranie gash in his leg Mon- d ay attornoon while cuttinc a piece of cloth ous. It was not' seri- c Let Alexander & Hendrix clean and press your clothes satisfaction guaranteed. " Dr. W. H. Wakefiled, of Char lotte, N. C, will be.-. in Concord at- St. Cloud on Friday - October Oth, for this one day only. His practice is limited' to Eye, Ear, iNe and Throat; ' - -:- - v FOR SALEDr. J P Gfeon's Jeiiuenco on Main street. LOST-Small key. '' ' Finder please return to Leonard -Boyd. Odell -Mill No. 5, at Forest! Hill, was put under the power ofj steam today at 2.30 oclock. Ninety-two bales of cotton were on the market today. 7.25 to 7.35 wore the ruling prices. Mrs. W J Swink returned to China Grove .Monday night after spending severa? days here with her relatives. Miss Lou Burleyson, f Fiowes, has returned to Rich niond, Va., after spending sev eral months at home. Fresh fish and extra select oysters tomorrow. Earl Hartsell. Phone 41. Liberal compliments are be stowed on Miss Ada Craven for her beautiful vocal renderings at the First Presbyterian Church on last Sunday morning. Hugh Propst has returned to Trinity college, after ,. spending several days here on account of the 'Illness of his mother. Mrs. Propst has improved somewhat. Mrs. - Roxie Barrier has re turned home after spending sev eral days in Mt. Pleasant. Miss Annie Barrier, of that place ac companied her home to spend a few days. The prospects .now are that Mill Hill will have several wed dings within, the next few weeks, so one in that locality informs us. Concord is interested in one of them. " ' ' Miss Ivy 1 Strieker ... .returned Saturday - night from Laurel Springs, Alleghany Co. where she has-been teaching, making her stay with her sister Mrs. Doughton. A misunderstanding caused the Standard on last Saturday to say that Mr. J M Moore's porker weighing 290 pounds was 18 months old. The age was; ten months onlv which the makes weight so much the more credit able. Mr. J "W Brown, representing Griffith & Griffith, .of Philadel phia, will be pleased to call at your home and show you the finest stereopticon views and stereoscopes ever seen m Con cord. Please admit him when he calls. It. A specialty in cleaning Cur tains, Carpets, Parlor Suits and Oil Paintings. All work in our cleaning departments guaran teed. Also remember when we clean a suit it is cleaned r If not satisfied return," we do over free of char ere. Concord Laundry and Dye Works. ol6 3t On last .Saturday morning W L KimaU,Jv Esq., of No. 4 township, ' was called upon to perform a marriage ceremony, uniting Mj JI M ;Fink, of neUr Concord, nd Miss,. M Ei Littte of near Glass. Only a few inti mate friends were present. Long niay; they live and prosper. .Just received, ,a nowT and fresh Jot of ye&,Y can e - Any carment in vour wardrobe any shade or color, the highest class j of work given, and guarantee no j rubbing off or fading. No linings dyed in- all woo 'goods. Remember, for the next 30 days tfeiye. J25-Jer .cent) ;6fT !on?alI dyeing and cleaning. Ladies ueedj not take to pieces a skirt or waist to have it dyed. CqnORD Laundry and Dye Works. 3t Fresh Taffy, Fruits and Oysters AT THE Concord JBakery.., Tryonr Ham Sandwiches. Tlieyare Fine Joe Eishr, Proprietor, ''PHONE 122. HOW'S THIS? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any caee of c-.-.rrrh that can not by cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly reliable in all business transac tions and fina a ouiP.y able to carry' out any obligations made by their nrm. West & Ti n ax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acts directly upon the blood and onucous surface of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimo nials free. SPAIN'S GREATEST NEED. Mr. K. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, opanij Hpendd ui winters at Aiken, S..C. Weak nerves , had caused severe pains in the back of h 8 hdad. On using Electric Bitt rs, America's greatest blood and nerve remedy, all soon left him. He says this grand medicine is what his 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 new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or: ailing you need it. Every bottle is guaranteed, only. 50c. Sold at Fetzer's Drug Store. A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT. Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester; la., writing of his almost miraculous escape from death, says: "Exposura after measles induced serious lung trouble, which ended in Uonsumption. I'lhad frequent hemorrhagjes and . coughed night and day. All my dootors said I must soon die. Then I began to use Dr. King e 2s ew Discovery for Consump tion, which completely cured me. I would not bo without it eveu if it cost $5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and nil say it never fails to cure Throat, Chest and Lung troubles." Regular size 50c and $1.00 Trial bottles free at Fetzers Drug btore. Attention Mothers. We have 44 doz. Misses. Ribbed tleeced 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 & Morrison. ".! livery' one of them 1 please 'vbn.r Come and iYmd. A 'fine loFdr Opal Rings. W. C. CORRELLj. THE JEWELBK. GATAkl In airiU et&ge tner should be kanfiuea. " " the diseased. membfao It cures catarrh, spdjddTea away m cold t& thr.lt Cmrai Balmla plaqed into theilostiilBrea' orerthe toexahxaaa uwl la aid'Kflrii4. mediate and 1 core f oUowa. It fl iot Viryiijg-Mi not produce meezins. Large Size,"60feent at Drug igi8A or by maU ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mall. - - BBOTSS&S, 56 Wazren Streeu Kew York. They Are Beauties a - vajn - .TTan ft - ANEW LOT LADIES AND MISSES, Up - to - GASTOR BLUE AND BLACK- BUCK'S OAKcMP HEATERS. They cost no more than ordinary stoves that "eat up" your in come in fuel bills. IF" HERE. Not anywhere ture at low prices. ALSO : UNDERTAKERS. ncaIki & - Z'. We ara;pret to give the people tbia Tfitttfi betted bargains than, usnalw au "r At wnoleale anS retail It . will "pay yoti to 'see ouV Large jStock of 1 JT3nwrea.r Wdodware, Shoes, V before buying. For CloYer Seety Seed -Eye, and Rock Salt goto: ''VVJ..-::-;- - ;" ' '"- V G. WPatterson's. j r-n i-.ta Xk-..S55 OF &9 date. BROWN, Cannon & Fetzer Co There Are other Heaters of course, bur there are none that will keep your house as warm and cozy with as little wood as our else or elsewhere for fine furni xianent, conseriative aiitt1 Jicoo'mmodaW ing ; banking instutl6n. ' 'JWe solicit your patronage with th6 assurance of honorable- treatment and 4ue appreciation of your patron?. ' If we can serye -yoa "any time W will be glad tahaye- you come and Bee ua. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS ' TO CUSTOMERS- - - - - Capital ani SnrBlns : " : "$10 005. V. B Cqltbanb, Chasbier, -;J. M. OdeiL, "x'iesident. i, L. Brown & BRo. J LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel Om nibusea met all ptvesecger irainv Outfits of all kiud8 v iurnlshed Horsea and mules always on-hand, or sale. Breeders of aoroagho re Poland Ciua ti r. , . . l- falll Mill 11.

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