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., f ,iov- bus change of schedule took
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" 8.51 p m, (flag)
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a V " " 8.51 p m,
. 9.20 p'm, (Hag)
, "7 1!) a m,
(U " 8 49 a m, (freight)
y0, ;f), when running ahead ot IVo. 7,
:,,VtJ.T..,l if rvcessary for through travel
tj f iurbtte, and is stopped for
- s.H iiurer6 arriving from Lynchburg or
kyoml. '. 'M stops regularly for
.:le!igers for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, Keidsvilio, Danville and
j riLeipai stations between Danville and
Wa.hinuton. No. 37 stops for pas
suuer coming from Lynchburg or
joints beyond, and to take on pas
f; Hirers for regular stopping places
toiith of Newdls. No. 38 stops to let
o;i passengers from regular stopping
.luces south of Newells and to take on
i-aSM'iigers for regular stopping places,
,-.it'll bur 'g or beyond.
Nis o-y and 34 stop at Concord for
i i-scngers to or from the C. C. & A.
'i.ivu-ion Charlotte to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
ana connect at Salisbury with trains of
Y. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71
The CorrellOIiller Wedding.
iC- Mr. Ann
- - ' vuii.vii ctXAVt lie
Mrs. T. M. I'huiips )ea(i.
Number of friends and ac-!
ViUUaiiiailCRS Tftmnml ',-!..
, , "ll mat arrived here this morning from
p . Ul 1,1 Jllths ao Mrs. T M Columbia, S. C, to spend a few
limps, of Hillsboro, mother of days with his relatives. They
1 ' rs. L P Cole, of this place, fell were married yesterday after -and
broke her hip.; Since that noou at 4 o'clock. The Columbia
time Mrs. Cole has spent most of State of this morning has the
her time by her bedside, and j f ollowinS account of the mar
resigned her position in thejriage' which was ahomealtair:
graded school. For several' The ljridal party was ushered
weeks Mrs. Phillips has been in' thf tlastefu1 decorated
a hoiitnl of rn i j Priors to the- strains of Men
a Hospital at Charlotte m a Hoini,T, u -i -a
mnfiooi v.- T , " jdeissonn.- The bridesmaid,
luiccii condition. In the latter Mi
part of Wednesday night death
came, which had been expected
and is a relief from the suffering
she has undergone. She was an
aged lady, and leaves three
daughters Mrs. Cola, of this
place; Mrs. A A Springs, now
of Charlotte, and Mrs. Jno.
Boyd, of Spartanburg, S, C.
The remains passed here to
day (Thursday) to Hillsboro, ac
companied by .the three daugh
ters. Miss Mayfield Cole joined
them at Greensboro.
Si-c Tneik Own Praise."
JbcSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
it has no equal for the money as yon
- r th" middleman's profits and it will
! t a lifetime: but we have several
:;!,;iin& in other makes.
Wi have taken in exchange for
f-'di EPF'S two Ivors A- Pond Pianos,
. .c i ue linest style that tirm manu
?..ftures and it is almost new. If you
ihis maku here are bargains.
n FlT QtlODf 5tiiio 31ainil'cliirer,
uli.ii, M. OLlDui; Italtiiiiorc
FcclGry Brand f areroom. vA'si-
t li.irlotto, 3i. C.
Co H. WiUmotUii, Mgr
Vise Tuning. Palace Organs.
Mountain Buckwheat, Apples
I Cabbage fresh at Jno. P
Annual Inspection Saturday Afternoon.
Mr. H P Hobgood. of Oxford,
the inspector-general of the
State Guard, and Col. J P Arm
field, of Statesville, are expected
hero Saturday. They come to
hold the annual inspection of the
military company. Of course
the inspection will only be a
matter of viewing the members
in line, as no arms and uniforms
have been issued to the members
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
and fever is a bottle c Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to euro;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitations? Price 00 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
Di J E Smoot, admiustrator
of Alary Moore, deceased, will
sell a lot of household goods and
about 21 new home-made quilts
at public sale at the residence of
Jno. Willeford on East Depot
street Saturday, the 23th, at 2
NEW YORK MARKETS.
was followed by the dainty little
flower girls, Misses Marguerite
Earle and Marion Dudley. Next
came the bride, accompanied by
her maid of honor and sister,
Miss Annie Miller, followed by
the groom with his brother, Mr.
D C Correll also of Spartan
burg. "During the impressive cere
mony the pianist, Mr. D A
Pressly, rendered softly a
selection 'from Chopin.
The bride was attired in a
traveling suit of blue silk, trim
med with black . satin, and
carried a bouquet of pink and
"The parlors were tastefully
decorated with palms and golden
rod, and were well filled with
friends of the bride and groom.
"The presents received were
numerous and well selected."
i ii s.
Aid to your telephone list No. j
: Mr. Jno. D Hate he tt s resi
Mrs. B E Harris and little son
' returned ho;ne from Dun
''v. Pa., where they spent
Let Alexander & Hendrix
o Vour clothes
Open High Low Closed
Jan . . 7.03 7.09 7.01 7.08
March 7.07 7.13 7.06 7.13
May . . 7.11 7.1G 11 15
Dec . . . 7c. 706 6.99 7.06
Sugar 1531 1551 15L3 153i
Dec. .. 70 m 70k 70
May . . 74 74 741 74$
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratying: to the public
to know of one cancer in the land who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy.and suffering. The proprietors
of Dr. lvinjr s New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, have
riven away over ten million trial bot
ties i-f this grout medicine; aud have the
satisfuetion f knowing it has absolutely
cured thousands of hopeless cases
Asthma, lironchitis, Hoarseness and all
diseases of the Throat, Chostand Luners
are surely cured by it. Call at Fetzer's
Drux store and get a tree trial Dottle.
Regular size 50c. and $1. Every bot
tle guaranteed, or price refuuded.
Working Mht ana Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thin
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill is a suar-coated
iilobulo of health, that changes weak
ness iuto strength, listlessness into
enenrv. brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 2oc per box. Sold by
I etzer's Drug store.
sr JSL 3 k rE? ,
BLUE AND BLACK-
Cannon & Fetzer Co.
Every one of ahem
will please you. Come and
Is what every loving woman likes, as well as having it beau
tiful and in the latest up-to-date styles in furnishings. We have
many bargains to show you in Bed Room Furniture, Side Boards,
Window Shades, etc. Have your pictures framed now. Our
stock of Moulding is beautiful. Remember this: A good dinner
is best prepared on a BUCK STOVE. We sell 'em.
.j i'!!!-y ihurpe, a mer-;.
at Harmony, in Ireueil!
ion WVihor Propst luid lo
1 iKlies to::
i::;ax of th" soastjn in this
t h::s. ()X, of No. 8 lowniilp, ;
- '.adiy iiurl on Sundav night ,
f'- -:)nl by from hi:
lie was badly bruised.;
- i'- dim suffered the most injury, i
Mr. Josepl) A Graham, who
whs' formerly principal of the
'Ni:!bury graded school, has
.. been elected principal of the
' " HeUi-h School at Clyde, S.
Mrs. Ed. Mitcliell and chil
: ;m. wlio have been visiting
Jiere in this county, left Wednes
l;iy night for their home in Con
way, Ark. Mr. Mitchell is now
; .iy master on the Hartford.
The Dodson-Ramseur Chapter
daughters of the Confederacy is
M(m1 to meet at 4:30 p. m. to
''iiow at the home of Mrs. D F
( iinon to hear the report of
II M Barrow, the delegate
the Henderson convention.
hoped that every member
vn be present as a most inter-
" ' ! ' -' and enjoyable report is
;pfickled Piss beet
ftir. .IK vVKLEli.
rm ft (Ilia "Ti fifia I d F A 1 WM
Farm For Sale.
imd Loose PJcidss
i t - i! .. .... i .1.. -t-!:av"iS5.'i-
r;ii Coiutuf .liibiimis craut,, in im-
Joe FflSllTier, Proprietor. ce of J C Query vt al ox i;rte. the
rj a uo-un n, ! uuioni'Jfil will expote to pullio fi&W
at the coni-t house loor m the town oi
We are prep i red
fn oivfi thfi neonle this winter
1 'at .s'St better bargains than usual in all
' th. followinir tra,-t !' iand in No. 1 ; 01
'i township, houiidiid as follows: Be
j ,'iuuini: at a 15. J. in the ime, Anarew i u uui v j o
: coiueiaud rimy vim Andrew line S. C. r 7 QrOCerleS
E35 poles to white uak in the lane then S IT 81111 CV IllljL
3 1' E 24 poles to a blackjack in the lane, 7 uaP
llIld" I then S 40, E. 50 poles to stake in lane, , At wholesale
hi in! .nr er. k u uu x uun n
5 dozen Ladies Linen H
' N 14, E 33 poles to hickory, Phillips
r0 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose, ! corner, then with Phillips and King line
two thread 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to E. 120 poles to a post-oak King's cor-
tWO Uliectu. -a- i- j T 2Q poles to Hickory on Alor-
9h at IOC. San's line, then with it N. 81,. W. 59
ii i j 1 a1ob tf. 11 stiilse bv an old roaa. luor-
Ladies Black Hoso with white tKii N. 20, W. 175, passing
ot. fnr Ifnrcran'a with Harris' line to aB. J.,
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 8c Morrison.
Andrew's corner, then with Andrew's
S 35 W 76 poles to a B. J. by the side
of a glade, then S. 3. E. 50 poles to a B.
j! sapling; then S. 23, W. 26 poles to
the beginning, containing 106? acres,
more or less. Terms of sale: One-half
cash, balance payable 12 months after
date! Title reseryed till purchase
money is paid in full.
Jas. P. Morrison, Com'r.
Concord, N. C.Oct, 5, 1899.
Caldwell & Stickley, Atfys.
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye, and Rock Salt
G W; Patterson's.-
iV t: th bu.sinesa public a reliaii i.i-
ih "? conservative and acconiniobtb
mg f i.ikjng inanition.
We boiicit your patronage with the
assurauce ot ho.'iorabb treatment and
due uppieciation of your putron;it;e.
If we can .serve yon uuy timn we will
be glad to have yon come and se uk
LIBERAL ACCOM AIODAT10NS
Canital aiifi Sarjliis - $10 000.
D. B Coutrne, Chashier,
.1. M. Odei l. Wesident.
L. Brown & BRo.
LIVERY FK;C: ND SALE
Juat in rear of St. Cloud Hotftl. Om
nibufioo mnet ail paseeogor trainp.
Outtite o all hiada famished
promptly an -i at. reasonable prices.
Horses &d-i muio always on hand
or sa't3. B-ilC3-)f .noroaiDce
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