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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, October 21, 1899, Image 3

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ArrlTl of fli-alu, flie following clmnge of schedule took .ic-ct JimelS. lSyJ- NORTHBOUND. 'o. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m, "i 3( " 44 10 00 a m, 12 " " 7-00 pm, - 3S " " 8.51 p ra, (flag) 34 " 44 9.45 p m, 44 " 2 00am (iieiui t) SOUTHBOUND 2io. r.7 arrives at 8 49 a m, (flag) 1 1 44 44 11 23 am, 7 c 44 8.51 p m. 35 44 9.20 p'm, (flag) '33 " 7.19 a m, ' 61 " 44 8-49 a m, (freight) No. 35. when running ahead of No. 7, is flagged if necessary for through travel south of ( harlotte, and is stopped for passengers arriving from Lynchburg or beyond. W stops regularly for pvsengers for Salisbury, High Point, Greensboro, Keidsville, .Danyille and principal stations between Danville and Washington.- No. 87 fitps for pas sengers coming from .Lynchburg or points beyond, and to take on pas wagers for regular . stopping places (..mth of Newells. No. 38 stops to let off passengers from regular stopping pkces south of Ne wells and to take on j9sengefs for regular stopping places, Lynchburg or beyond. 'Son. 3-i and 34 stop at Concord for .rt-seugera to or from the C. C. & A. i revision Charlotte to Augusta and other points in South Carolina, Georgia Florida, reached through Columbia r.r Augusta Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains U-l connect at Salisbury with trains of V. N C. Division. THE GRAND JURY'S REPORT. Wooing a Schoolteacher. "Yes," said, a yonnj: man, as They Find the County's Property in Good Condition Everywhere One Sug- ie threw himself at the feet of gestion Made, j the pretty schoolmistress. "I The grand jury, through their ' love you' and would s to the loreman, Mr. R C Harris, sub-, " " AUA muted the following to Jude' TKLLPKONE NO. 71. rOUNDED. 1842: Kobinson: "We have acted on all bills sent us by the solicitor as far as we could procure witnesses and made presentments of all things so far as known to us. Visited the jail in a body and found it in a good sanitary con dition, conversed with the pris oners who said they were well fed and cared for. Would sug gest that glass be put in some of the windows. Visited the different offices of the court house and found them in good condition. Visited the county home by committee and found the home and inmates in good condition, tho health of the inmates good, buildings and bedding neat and clean and food of good quality." 'You could not go to the end of the world for me. James. The world, or the earth, as it is called, is round like a ball, slightly flat tened at the poles. One of the first lessons in elementary geog raphy is devoted to the shape of the globe. You must have studied it when you were a boy." "Of course. I did, but" "And it is no longer a theory. Circumnavigators have estab lished the fact," " "I know, but what I mean was that I would do anything to please you. Ah, Minerva, if you knew the aching void" Their Own Praise." The STIEFF is the. PIANO to buy; t ins no equal for the money as you .;. s. . f tli' middleman's profits and it will L-r lifetime; but we hav several Wr-Mins in other makes. We Lvive taken in exchange for STIEFF'S two Ivers & Pond Pianos, 1it' liuest stylo that firm manu-iv.-tuivs and it is almost new. If you cut this make here are bargains. riHuo 3lHnu t';sef urv. Branch, tfareroom. Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr. : r T' xixo. Pat.ace Organs. ! S.m- notice of Concord Electric '-ii; (. in another column. Mr. Truman Chapman has gone i visit to Mason in Warren Burned for Burning a Family. A Memphis Tennessee dis patch of the 20th gives an ac count of horrible tragedies at St. Anne, Leake County, Miss. A negro, Joe Lellore, and, accord ing to his statement, Bob and Andrew Smith tied Mrs. Cam brel a white lady and her four children to the lloor of the house, then saturated the surroundings with kerosene oil and set fire to the building. At first the fire was thought to have been acci dental but murder will out and Joe was caught. After being cor nered he told the story without ap parent care for mercy. He was tied to a stake in tho yard where he did the deed and was burned to (loath. No shooting or desecra tion of the body was indulged 111. ie was simply uurneu. uuo of the others was about to be burned but was spared for fear he might be innocent. m r m 1 1 . - m mere is no sucn tmng: as a void, James,,, Nature abhors a vacuum. But admitting that there could be such a thing, how could the void you speak of be a void if there was an ache in it? "I meant to say that my life will be lonely without you; that you are my daily thought and my nifirhtlv dream. I would sro anywhere to bo with you. If you were, in Australia or at the North polo, I would fly toyou"- "Fly! It will be another cen tury before men can fly. Een when tho laws of gravitation are sucsessfully overcome, there will still remain, maintaining a balance" "Well, at all events!" ex claimed the youth. "I've got a pretty fair balance in the bank, and I want you to be my wife. There!" "Well, James, since you put it in that light, I" Curtain. Wichita Eagle. Mr. and Mrs. H McNamara lurried homo Friday nierht "!!; Ualeigh, Two negroes were tried before ; vor Means Friday night for hting. They paid their fines. Mrs. L N Burleyson and Mrs. .1 Corl returned home Friday vAi after attending tho State Mr. Sam McLstor and wit'oj o returned to Goldsboroj hero Mr. McLoster is employed . ir:e cotton mill there. The Dakotas have a record as divorce States, but they are not the only ones. Last year one county in Illinois put 833 ill paired couples through the mill, one county in Massachusetts 000, and the State of Massachusetts 2,113. For twenty years Massa chusetts has averaged a thous and a year. Morning Star. mm CURE A COLD UN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Ail druggists refund money if it to on re. 2"o. Tre $enum ban 1 4. U. Q n each tablet VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Are grand, but skiu eruptions rob lifd of joy. Buoklen's Arnica Salve cures tbem; also old, run ning and fever sores, ulcers, boils felonf, corns, warts, cuts bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, chilblains; best pile euro on earth; drives out pain and aches. Only 2oc. a box. Cnro guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Drue Store. For Sale, 5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand kerchiefs at 60c. doz. v! " J NEW YORK MARKETS. 10 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose, two tnread. Lx ri'obed. sizes 5 to (J., at 10c. Ladies Black Hose with white feet for 25c. Miss Anno Parks Hutchinson, u; Charlotte, who has been .sending some time here with '"!:,. Mi.rgan?:. Allison, has re ' .rni'd home. rn,o Salisbury Sun states that ;r ran cements are beiiuc made to! 1 ;t a new passenger train on the Yadkin road as soon as a schedule can be arranged. If medium sized lady, who is a dark blond, wore a light dress and dark hat, who passed court bouse about 5.30 with three other ladies on Thursday, Oct. 19th, will communicate with under signed may find something to her advantage. Address, 4 'Hum phery," Call Box 203. Mr. Milton Hartsell returned home Friday night from Ker shaw, where he went to accom pany his brother, Mr. Avery Hartsell, here. His brother has been very sick for some time and is yet confined to his bed. 1H 10 SALESMAN WANTED. Free outfit. Trust undersold. ti round protected. Commission on season's trade. Several earn weekly. P. O. 1371, New 1 orK. COTTON ir It) 24 08 WHEAT. 70i 74 k 149 BANK STATEMENT. Roserve Increase . . . ; . 203,725 Species Decrease 1.033,400 1 Segals increase Loans Decrease 5.356,000 Deposits Decrease 6.570,500 Circulation Increase ... 140, 500 Open Jan . 13 March 17 May . 22 Dec. . . 07 Dec. . . 70 May . 73f Sugar 147 Low 12 i: 19 li 60 4 73 1401 i Ladies Black Hose with split Closed i feet for 25c. 14 OilOes: OllUi'b.. 1 iuij,uiuj on Shoes. Wc have the best in I town for the money. cm 73! 149 1 Gibson &c Morrison. They Ar LINE OF Caedy9 Friuats, etc. AT THE Concord Bakery. Pickled Pigs and Loof e Pickles. Joe Fisher, Proprietor. 'PHONE 122. Beauties! Every one of them will please you. Come and see them. A fine lot of Opal Rings. W. C. C0RRELL, THE JEWELEK. ANEW LOT OF LADIES AND MISSES: Uptoda.te. CASTOR BROWN BLUE AND BLACK. Cannon & Fctzcr Co. toe W ite A M 5 1 OU.S iXCVl t r; Will be heavier than thewhite man's if you ask her to cook 3 meals a day on an old worn .out cook stove. .9 COOK STOVES MjiAre clean, convenient, durable, economical and liand some. They have large square ovens with white enameled oven doors and racks. They bako better than any stovo made and cost no more than other stoves. o Also Undeutakeus.- -0 We are prepared to g?""o the people this winter bettbi bargains than usual m ail of Heav? aed Fancy Ji22- . At wholesale aud retail. Ifc will pay yoa to see our Large Stock of Tinware, Woodware, Glassware, - - - Crockery, Shoes, Hats, Etc., before buying. For Cloyer Seed, Seed Rye, and Rook Salt go to G. W. Patterson's. T H E lied i I!;!1 i Offero the business publio a reliable, per manent, conservative and accommodat ing banking instution. - We solicit vour patronage with tho 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 and Sarpliis - - $70 000. D. B Coltrane, Chashier, J. M. Odei l, rreaident. M, L. Brown &BRo. ; LIVERY. FEED AND SALE STABLES, Just in rwar oi St. Cloud Hotel. Om nibuses meet all passenger train-. Outtita of all kinds furnishtd promptly and at reasonable prioep. Horses and mules always on harvt or sale. Breeders of j.noroughbre Poland C'uni tio-ts. 1

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