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Arrival of Train,
Te fm'owJng change of schedule took
'o. Q' arrives at 5 52 a in,
;! " 41 10 00 am,
v " " 7-09 p m.
8.51 p m, (flag)
I). -If; ) m,
2 00 a m (liciti t)
SOUTH BO UNO
o. 37 arrives at iS 49 a in, (flag)
11 " "112:1am,
7 " " 8.51 p m,
:r u " 9.20 p'm, (lias)
":.) " 7.10 a ui,
" 61 " " 8.4'Ja m, (freight)
No. 35. when running ahead of No. 7,
i.s flagged if necessary for through travel
south of I harlotte, and is stopped for
passengers arriving from Lynchburg or
Kyomi. No. 3'? stops regularly for
j ,u .soeugi ivs for Salisbury, .High Point,
Greensboro, Heidsvilie, Danville and
principal stations between Danyille and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
sengers coming from Lynchburs or
points beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for regular stopping places
south of Newells. No. 38 stops to let
otf passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
.jwissengers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
'N'os. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
p.i-si-ntrers to or from the C. C. fc A.
division Charlotte to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
Noh. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
and connect at Salisbury with trains of
V. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
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"Sixo Their Own Praise."
TheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buv:
..: :. t- n equul tor the mouey tis you
-. . in;-1'iKlJii.man's proiits and it will
i -; ;t iifetime: but we hav several
I. j iin- in other makes.
We iii;ve taken in exchange for
liFiV two Ivers ' Pond Pianos,
. tin est style that tirni miinu
h and it is almost new. If you
t make hero are bargains.
' iiT CtlOnf 3i Manufacturer,
. ...: i'!. 'JlIIL'1, Italtimore Ml.
kcj) Branch Warercoi. tV?
. IkUrlotte, N. C.
Co Li. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Fim: IVmxg. Palace Organs.
.haUv Montgomery has gone
?u attend court at Shelby.
Attorney M B Stickley spent
."ioiidny in Albemarle on legal
Mountain Buckwheat, Apples
a Cabbage fresh at Jno. P
Albert Frieze spent Monday at
'.lail'ney, where he went to place
See Craven Bros. ad. today J
Tli'y advertise furniture and
Miss Emily Gibson has gone
Winston where she visits her
"'"iid, Miss Williamson.
M,s. liobt. S Young returned
Monday night after spend
y.iz Sunday in Charlotte.
1 friends and relatives will
b' sorry to know that Mr. D. F
Cannon is confined to his bed to
day. Miss Alice Jones and May
Gates arrived here Monday night
from Charlotte to be the guest of
their friend, Miss Margaret Can
noii. Mrs. Caudle, of Ansonville,
mother of Mr. J A Caudle, of
Cannonville, and her son,
Marshall, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J A Caudle.
Mr. II L Parks has gone on
a business trip to New York to
be gone about a week. His
brother-in-law, Mr. W C Thomp
son, of Gaffney, S. C. accom
..Mr. Jno. W Phillips, who for
many years has lived on North
Spring street, has moved to the
farm above town formerly occu
pied by Mr. J Robt. Winecoff.
Mr. Winecoff is agitating the
question of going to South
America to engage in railroad
3Irs, Martiu Dry Dead.
On Monday afternoon the
death angel visited the home of
Mr. Martin Dry, hi No. 9 town
ship, and robbed him of his life
mate, who during the summer
has been in very bad health.
Consumption was the cause of
her death. She leaves behind a
husband and four children three
daughters and one son. The
funeral was preached by Rev.
Cordell, of Alt. Pleasant, at the
jliss Minnie Hurnbucklc Dead.
Miss Minnie Hornbuckle, a
lady of over twenty years, who
lived at Cannonville, died at an
early hour today (Tuesday). For
some time she has- been suffering
with heart disease. She is a sis
ter of the Messrs. Hornbuckle
here. She was a young l,ady of
good character and was a mem
ber of Epworth Methodist
The funeral will be held tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock at Ep
worth church by Rev. T W
Miss Carrie Richwine, of
Salisbury, and her friend, Mrs.
Benson, of Philadelphia, are
visiting at Mr. Geo. W Brown's.
Miss Alice Walker, a woman
35 or 10 years of age, who lives
at Cannonville, died Monday
evening about 6 o'clock. The
remains were interred in the
.Mr. Harry Deaton, of Moores
ville, spent Monday niirht here.
He came to assist his mother in
moving to Mooresville. We re
gret to lose this family from our
Mr. Luther Weddington, who
!c i yiliicninn nt Diun'nnlt 'v; line
I purchased a lot from Mr. Elam
King on South Spring street ad
joining the home of Mr. Ed.
Mrs. Baxter Parks and Mr. H
L Parks returned home Monday
night from Gaffney after spend
ing Sunday. Mrs. Stephens, of
Charlotte, who is recovering
from typhoid fever, accompanied
Tho meeting at Forest Hill
Presbyterian church continues to
grow. A good crowd was pres
ent last night, and entered heart
ily into the service. The singing
was again a great feature of
enjoyment. Services again to
night at .8 o'clock and every
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock instead
of tho morning services hereto
Candy, Fronts, etc.
j Concord Bakery.
; Pickled Pags Feet
and Loose Pickles- i
5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 60c. doz.
120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose,
two thread. 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to
91, at 10c.
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 m
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
Meeting For the Aged.
Some time during last winter
Rev. S D Steffey, pastor of St.
John's, held a special meeting
for the benefit the comfort and
the gratification of the aged peo
ple in his congregation and the
community. The occasion fully
met his expectations. Next
Sunday, being the fifth Sabbath
in the month, he proposes to
hold a similar meeting and cor
dially invited all the aged in the
community to participate.!
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 placed into
the nostrils spreads over an in
flamed and angry surface, reliev
ing immediately the painful in-
namation, cleanses, heals and
cures; ; 'A cold in the head van
ishes immediately. Sold by
druggists or will be mailed for
50 cents by Ely Bros., 56 War
ren St.. New York.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Open High Low Closed
Jan. . . 03 9 03 09
March 9 14 8 14
May . . 13 18 12 17
Dec ... 7c 05 7c 4
Dec. . . 70i 714 70J 70
May . . 741 75 74i 74i
Sugar 1501 150 148 150
Tne bootning ana healing prop
ertie6 of Chamberlain's Coimb
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures
have made it a great favorite with
tho people everywhere. For sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggists.
is the strongest Natural Lithia
water on the market and has
the endorsement of the most
noted physicians of the country
as to its superiority over all
others. ' Read what the noted
Dr. John Hey Williams, of Ashe
ville, has to say for Harris
Asheville, N. C, April 24, 1893.
An extonded clinical use of Har
ris Lithia Water prompts me to
the statement that I regard it as
one of. the best if not the best,
Lithia Water known to the pro
fession. In the condition of
Phosphatic Urine, its action is
marvellous. Its use in the Rheu
matic and County Diseases afford
me more comfort than either the
Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M. D.
We guarantee that one glass of
Harris Lithia carbonated water
will relieve any case of indiges
tion in one minute or our agent
is authorized to refund you the
money, or if taken after each
meal will cure the most stubborn
case of indigestion. Why suf
fer when you hay? the guarantee?
. M I. Marsh,
Agent for Concord.
Every one of them
will please you. Come and
see them. A tine lot of
W. C. C0RRELL,
! THE JEWELEK.
118 Hi 1
BLUE AND BLACK-
- Also Undertakers. o
B ;h? (So
We are prepared
to give the people this wiDter
better bnrnuiiis than usual in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye, and Rock Salt
Cannonl& Fetzer Co
A Short Purse
Will buy a long list of new and
In this store. See our new
Is the Stove you want. You may not
think so now, but you will when you see
it. It is the ''more heatless fuel stove,"
and costs no more than other stoves.
if CoDcord fid Bail
fli-Tfi tb( t)usine88 public a reliable, per
manent. , mnervative and accommodate
ii;pr :ftnl-. .n instution. j
We tjolioit vour patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
dne appieciatiou of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be ptfad to have you come and see ue.
Capital anfl Snrulus - $10 000.
D. B CoLTruNE, Chashier,
J. M. Odejl. President.
M, L. Brown & BRo.
LIVERY FEED AND SALE
Juat in rearoi St. Cloud Hotel. Om
nibuseB meet all paeaecger trainp.
Outtit8 ot all kinds furnished
promptly aod at reasonable pricee.
Horeea and mules always on hand
or sale. Breeder of :.noroughbre
Poland Jh'tii H t4
SO I Sll A I weaKnesa aslly crated