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The following change of schedule took
effect Juuel2, 1899.
No. 8 arrives at 5 52 a m,
" '36 " 44 10 00 am,
12 " 44 7-09 p m,
SS 44 44 8.51 t ra. (Has)
1 84 44 44 9.45 p m,
4 62 44 44 2 00 a m(iieuii t)
No. 37 arrives at 8 49 a m, flaj?)
44 11 44 44 11 28 am,
44 7 4 4 4 4 8 . 51 p m.
35 44 9.20 p'm, (flag)
38 " 44 7 19 am.
44 61 44 44 8 49 a m, (freight)
No, 35, when running ahead of No. 7,
j: Hushed if necessary for through travel
south of lliarlrtte, and is stopped for
passengers arriving" from Lynchburg or
Kyond. vn. stops regularly for
angers for Salisbury, High Point,
Ureeusboro, Keidhvillo, Danville and
principal stations between Danville and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
sengers coming from Lynchburg or
points beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for regular stopping places
s mth of NewclLs. No. 38 stops to let
oil' passengers from regular stopping
pLujes south of Ne wells and to take on
P . -enters for regular stopping places,
y i.rhlmrg or bevond.
''. .'! and 84 stop at Concord for
"uirerto or from the C. C. A-A.
L. irs'um -Charlotte to Augusta anil
;-,f! erjoint in South Carolina, Georgia
l.A Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7. S, 11 and 12 are the local trains
u'.A connect at Salisbury with trains of
. N. C. Division.
in-vv YORK MARKETS.
Jan. . . 17
May . . 24
Dec. . . 13
Dec... 69 70f 69 70$
May . 73 74 731 74
Sugar 149f- 152 149 151
Bernard Foizer returned Vnm
Sunday night from Raleigh!
he attended the State
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
Sixt; Their 0yx Puaise."
Th-iSTLKFFibtho PIANO to buy;
1 - tqnnl tr the money as you
. r. Jiiiddlenian's profits and it will
i.-; a iilt-time; but wu hav several
: i in- in other makes.
w- i::ive taken in exchange for
-:n.";'r two I vers A- Pond Pianos,
'.. iiit? finest style that firm manu
1 . rv iad it is almost new. If you
.t :!: make here are bargains-
" Ctippf 5'Kno 3lMiiuf :our or,
'wu., ill, kiUUli, lialtiiuoie Mil.
...ui j li i dub
llt'.irloile, J. C.
lUUhi, Tryon St.,
U. Wilmoth, Mgr. .
'iVNi:;c. Palace Organs.
1 'AUiu is bringing 7.40 today.
Mrs. Owens, of Rowan county,
visiting at Dr. Smoot's.
Mr.-. Baxter Parks and Mr. H
L Parks spent Sunday at Gaf-n-y,
Gilbert, son of Air. Jno. M
Ut-ndrix, has been sick for sev
b.i Alexander & Hendrix
an and press your clothes
M. Po! t. Walthall has gone
; .'n or wood to look after some
-bug for several weeks.
I borne White is staying in the
" of the Cannon & Fetzer Co.
a few weeks.
Mr. E F Cook and wife, of
'"-'iner City. are spending
v ''Tal v(."jks m Forest Hill.
rPhe three year old child of Mr.
A vs. ii ii Taiuirt, of Can
n' 1 -J villo, died Sunday night.
( 'apt. P J Johnson, of Lenoir,
Vut Sunday here with his
jii "ther, Dr. D D Johnson.
Mrs. W R Kindley has returned
;;: Mi. Pleasant after visiting her
-Slighter, Mrs. Ed. Heilisr, in
Wade Kimball, son of Mrs;. H
A Kimball of the Kimball house,
is here to spend two weeks or
Mr. Walter Linton, of Salis
bury, who has a position at thei
union vopper mines, spent Sun
Mr. Jas. F Shinn and family
have moved out to the Bala mill
where Mr. Shinn has a position
in the mill.
Mr. Clarence Call, of Wilkes
boro, spent Sunday here. Mr.
Call was formerly the sheriff of
Sheriff Peck is on the go this
week again. He visits the re
maining tive precincts of the
county to collect taxes.
Mr. Jno. Bost returned to
Bosts Mi.1 Is Sunday after spend
ing a week here. Mr. Best's
health is gradually improving.
Mr. Ed. Lsenliour, a brother of
Mr. Lon Isenhour, who rims a
restaurant here, is sick with ty
phoid fever at his home above
There is to be a marriage near
Glass soon, we learn, in which
two widows and twTo widowers
will act. Concord will be ropro
ented m the quartette.
Miss Adams, of Rock Hill, ar
rived here last Saturday on her
way to Mr. Shakespeare Harris.
She is a daughter of Mrs. Adams,
who visited there a short while
Chas. Montgomery, son of Mr.
Chas. G Montgomery, wiio for
merly lived at. this place, is now
clerk at the Yarboro house in
Mr. Samuel Schull returned
here last Saturday night after
taking part in the University
Davidson football game and spent
Sunday with Gaston Means. Mr.
Schull is captain of the Univer
sity team. His homo is in Stras
burg, Pa., and is related to Mrs.
B E Harris, of this place.
. LINE OF
PlckSed Pigs Feet
and Loose Pickles,
Cupid Touches the Heart of Two Whose
Ages Make the Sum of One Iluudred
and Fift j Other Sews of the Seigh.
Written for The Standard.
Brief, Oct. 23: Hamp Little
has moved into our village to
to conduct a general repair shop.
Mr. F M Hinson. the pro
gressive merchant of Arlington,
Mecklenburg county, sells cofree
by the peck one way to avoid a
Corn-huskings are again in
full blast, ushering in the inaug
uration of the oleaginous dump
ling as king of nocturnal dietary
A certain rather elderly spin
ster who evidently still entertain
sweet visions of Edenic fields of
matrimony, explains that she is
edentulous from having worn out
her teeth on the bottle from
which she imbibed nutriment in
her infantile adolescence.
Hosts of friends bespeak a hal
cyon sea for the conjugal voyage
of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McManus,
who were recently married at
the residence of 'Squire McMa
nus. It is interesting to note
that the combined ages of this
couple aggregate 150 years the
groom being 74, the bride 7G
both hale, jolly, and affable.
For some time previous there
had been a pronounced lull in
the terrific' matrimonial trade
wind which prevailed over this
region last summer, when Cupid
with his modern battering-rams
beat down the ancient walls of
celibacy and furiously assailed
the lofty, snow-capped citadels
of many hearts, thus producing
a general compound double-hustle
among the young folks, and
instigating six marriages in a
small area; a process which very
naturally reduced the number of
marriageable youngsters in this
lovable section. But Cupid i a
sharper not to be outgeneraled
by unfavorable circumstances
like that. So, it appears that he
is now hurling a red hot fusillade
of uxariousness at the unpro
tected hearts of our elderly ce
libates. Now, we do not desire to as
sume the role of a "natural
born" prophet, but if another
old-folk's marriage occurs
shortly, why, we do not agree to
be surprised thereby.
Miss Kate Means returned
i -me Sunday night from Char
i'ue where she visited Mrs. Jno.
Air. Benton White, father of
FA. White of this place, has
J-ne to Charlotte to spend a
V''ek or two with his brother.
medium sized lady, who is
:i (ku'k blond, wore a light dress
dark hat, who passed court
""usabout 5.80 with three other
!"!; on Thursday, Oct. 19th,
v 111 cominunicate with under
pinned may find something to her
vantage Address; "Hum
i'aery," Call Box 04
Hoe Fisher, Pro
Chronic Nasal Catarrh pois
ons every breath that is drawn
into the lungs. There is pro
curable from , any druggist the
remedy for the cure of this
trouble. A small quantity of
Ely's Cream Balm piaced into
the nostrils spreads over an in
flamed and angry surface, reliev
ing immediately the painful in
HnnYiVtiriri.' cleanses, heals and
cures. A cold in the head van- j
ishes immediately. Sold by j
druggists or will be mailed for
50 cents ;by Ely Bros., 56 War
ren St.. New York. j
Cannon j& Fetzer' Co.
Will be heavier than the white man's
if you ask her to cook 3 meals a day
on an old worn out cook stove.
Are clean, convenient, durable, economical and hand
some. They have large square ovens with white
enameled oven doors and racks. They bake better
than any stove made and cost no more than other stoves.
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Tnrlioc: 1 iinon TTn.nfl-
tJ UUilVjli JJWlAiVyU - - j
kerchiefs at 60c. doz. j
120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose, : D2iO j iflPQ '
two tnread. 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to j LJOCiU LIO -
Ladies Black Hose with white
feet for 25c.
Ladies Black Hose with split
feet for 25c.
Shoes! Shoes!! Don't forget us
on Shoes. We have the best in
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
Every one of them
will please you. Come and
see (hem. A fine lot of
W. C. CORRELL,
We are prepared
to e;ive the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
j ' t'rr- tb. business imluic a reliable, per
! -"ii1. nervative hucI accommodat-
Mvsiis aj? inst'ition.
We solu'it voar patronage with the
assurance ot honorubU; treatment and
due aDpieciatiou of your patronage.
If we can aerve you any time we will
be glad to have you come aud bo as.
Capital anfl Surplus - - SlOOflO.
D. B Coltbne, Chashier,
.1. M. Odisi L.. residfMt.
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Eye, and Rock Salt
L L- Brown & BRo.
LIVEftY FP:ED vND sale
Judt. in raroi S Oioud Hotel. Om
nibuee mwt nil pi8S8r.gr trainF,
Outtite o aii kiuda furnished
promptly ..dd at n osonable prices.
Horeea and muld always on hand
or sate. Brazier i of j.tioroughbre
Poland JKii 3 t
SO I CI I A I weaKnes9sIly enrea