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rrlTnl of Train,
rho following change of schedule took
effect JBBBi. v M
- , .1 W. " " .
8 arrives fit 5 f2, m;
,8.5 pm (flag)
9.45 p m,
' " 2.00 a m (treik:i t)
'J.iH iillll. ,UHIf
37 arrives at 8 49 a ji, (flag:)
" 11 3 a m,
7 " 8.51 p m, - . , ,
i T1Q ' ntt
" 849 a m, '(freight)
Xo. o". when running ahead of No. 7.
isflaffgexl if necessary for through travel
south of t harlotte, and is stopped for
'jasseiiffers arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. . No. 30 stops .resulairly ; for
lsenrs for .Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, lveidsvilie, Danyille and
principal stations between Danyjlle and
.Vat.hiui;ton. N6'. -'37 'stops for pas
?c)iA'rfl coming from Lynchburg or
points beyond,' and to take on pas
Ecuirers for regular stopping places
ir.ut!iof Newclls. No. 38 stops to let
o ! pjisseugers from regular stopping
places south of Nerells and to take on
pascuirers for regular stopping places,
j.vticubnrg or bevond. . :
Xos. o. uud o4 stop at Concord for
..-.-senirers to or from the O. C. &-A;
biviMon Charlotte to Augustaand
otiitr points in South Carolina, Georgia
t. r; J Florida, reached through Columbia
'o.n. T. 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
v.u i.i'iwrt at Salisbury with trnina of
W . i. u Division.
new york Markets.
Cumin to iiieir ben&
Open fiSi vTx;'' - 1 aisguaimcationr :'pf ignorant
March -24 f '
gfey... 27 29
voters' which Southern States
25 , -it like Mississippi, South Carolina
7 j and Louisiana have been com-
May . . 73f
I59t 154 1571 I ?'e?4 to adopt in self-protection
iCAGdWHEWr. ' - ' ; snouia not be adopted in every
JNorthern State. It would offer
m 684' 68f
They're Dr. Marsh's trouble?,
AfE""?' our Wend i)r.
Marsh, hasiad anrachin for a
dog,, so about.ono.inonth ago he
purchased one from a neo-ro
Paying,him three doll ars fnv it
bjnee that time he-has been pav
ngsthe butcher's bill for pro
perly boarding the creature, and
also administered to thp. animal
wjiile it had a .bd case of dis
temper. After all of this trouble
and;care, it develormd WaHtioq.
day hat the dog. was the rightful
property of Mr.- John Earn
hardt, who lives in .fche;., country.
Claim and delivery papers were
issued, but it was unnecessary for
Dr Marsh paw that he was sim
ply short of the. dog.. and hence
told the man . to take his canine
and go his way. :!i '
Henry Chambers iii Trouble.
On Wednesday night Deputy
Marshall Hampton, came here
and arrested Henry Chambers, a
negro who is wanted for retail
ing whiskey. It will be .remem
bered that Henry has served a
sentence on the chain gang for
retailing and now the Unued
States has him in hand and will
have him on trial at the next
term of Federal court. In de
fault of a sOO bond he was con
tined to ia.il .
a solution of many difficulties
that beset State and municipal
government and at the same
time smooth the way to a satis
factory readjustment of the basis
of representation in Congress".
There seems to be no other
means of repairing " the terrible
mistake that was made whpn the
ballot was thrust into the hands
of the negro, thus suddenly lev
eling the quality of American
citizenship by the unnecessary
intrusion of a baser element.
TiiKiu Own Pmalsi-;.'5
v riA ti-. pi vxo to buy
- (.d'lai ior tiit Monev as
.' 1 ' nriduifmnu'js piuiits and it will j from
nictime: but we hav several
Jryims Womleri'al rowers.
Though Col. Bryan was but
iuy: j r0C (3ntiy threatened with, collapse
3 v11 '
some throat trouble he
rallied and seems to have sur-
... l.aw taKen in exchange .for passed himself. He s)oke last
;! .! !"s two Ivera A: Pond Pianos,' , . , . T1 . ,
riuest style that tirm manu- j Ociiuruity nigiiL ai. xiuniveiniau,
il you; Xcb., beirinnmg at 10 oclock, in
the open air, cold, raw and
blustering, to an audience of
; about 1,500 men and women who
Mm- and it is almost new.
i.iuko here uv bv;:uns.
. ? Diaiiuu yyaibiuuiii. Try0 si
l li'arloUe, C. j
Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
:: Tuning. Palace Organs.
" chanire 'in Craven Bros,
s tisement today.
'.s Lelia King has returned
from a visit to Asheville.
A i i are sorry to learn that Mr.
i-' Cannon is quite sick again
Suits thoroughly cleaned and; by the entire assembly.
ed for si. 00 at the Concord
had gathered from as much as
A few torches thnt flickered
and sometimes went out made
the scene weird and. to the
ordinary speaker discouraging,
but in it or something kindled an
unusual degree of tirey enthusi
asm and lie spoke for an hour
and a half. It is said his voice
grew stronger and more pene
trating so that ho could be hoard
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT,
Mr. W. A. Hines ox Manchester, la.,
writing of his almost miraculous escape
from death, says: iExposura after
measles induced serioun lung trouble,
which1 ended in tJonsumption. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
nignt and day. All my doctors said I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, winch completely cured me. I
would not l)e without it even if it cost
5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and all say it
never fails to cure Throat, Chest and
Lung troubles." Regular size 50c aud
' 1. 00 Trial bottles ireo at Fetzers Drug
Daniel Sides, of Cannonville
s clerking at Gibson's
store for several months.
At Alexander & Hendrix
:ii and press your clothes
Mis. Emily Gibson has re--irned
home from Winston
where she spent more than- a
Ha ve your last Winter's suit
ined and dyed at the Concord
earn Laundry. They guarantee
i- work. .i
1V 0K RENT. A good six room
;" ae, nicely situated for a pleas-
t home. Owner will sell. If
'Tested, call -at once at this
' : ;-e for particulars.
e Cabarrus Biack Boys
ved an invitation to Atlanta
Av..part in the festivities . of
1 Schley Day. They regret
: iiey can not accept. ;f i .
members of the band will
'lice in Caton's hall tonight
at of in the band room.
- will be a rehearsal of the
iof the concert next Tues-
Mamie Bays, of Char-
1 JejiOn the proceed
- liiti Methodist conference
'"' th-. Ci.uriotte Observer.
'Florence -legins on
' iVi t !k; L'xid, of this
Used By Brittlsh Soldiers In Africa.
Capt. O. G.'Dennison is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
that captured the famous rebel Galishe.
Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vry3
burg, Becnua'naland, he writes: "Be
fore starting on ihe last campain I
bought a quantity of; Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which I used myself when troubled with
bowel complaint, and had given to my
men, and in every case it proved most
beneficial?'' For sale by M. L. " Marsh
m 9 m m mu
Cleanliness Next to Godliness.
It pays to. keep your clothes
clean and pressed by Alexander
& Hendrix. Satisfaction always
guaranteed rt - c r - ' - ( ''
, Mr. I S Henderson has re
turned to Mooresville after visit
ing his daughter, .Mrs. Z A
: Don'f forget the 2o -per cent,
discount on all dye work, also
remember that our dyes do not
rub off. Concord Steam Laundry
and Dye Works.
always on hand at
Prompt attention given to the
guests of the
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: $1.00 to $1.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs. H. A. KIMBALL, Manager.
jS it is your, watch ,that is
M troubling you bring your
troubles to us.
jTK if it is a watch that you.
(1 Di are wan tins: we have
them from 1 up .to .$60.
W. G. CORRELL, ,
5 dozem Ladies Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 60c. doz.
120 pairs' 'Misses Ribbed Hose,
two thread; 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to
9J, atlOc. ...
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.
elilillil, kin f
Venetiens, Ladies Cloth, Homespuns,
Novelty Patterns, Black Silk and Wool
Crepons, Plain Black L'uxon Silks and
Poir de Soie, Real Scotch Plaids and
Don't fail to see our Carpets, extra
Supers, Volo Brussels, Velvets and
Top New Patterns. Can do you Good
Cannon & Fetzer Co.
Make home comfortaole and attractive, and we have the richest
designs to be found in Concord. Our prices for fine Bed Room
suits, Dressing. Cases, Enameled ,Bed Steads, quality considered,
are the lowest that can be found anywhere. Some unusual values
for. this week in Rugs.
We are prepared
to give the people this, winter
better bargains tban. usual in all
Of ' - -.' , .-. vJ
. At- wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock of
before buying. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye,, and Rock Salt
CL W. Patterson's.
Offera the business publid a reliable, per
manent, conseryative and accommodai
mg banking instution. .
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment ancfr
due appreciation of your patronage. , .
, If we can serye you any time we wijl
be glad to have, you come. and see us.
LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS I
TO CUSTOMERS. - -
Capital ani Surplus
D. B Coltrane, Chashiex,
J. M. Odel. President. ?
M, L. Mown & BRo.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
luat in.rbar of St. Cloud Hotel. Om
aibus. 3 mrt ftll pa33enger trainF.
Outfits of all kihda farniahtd
promptly aad at reasonable pricep,
tlortes and mult-a always on hard
ro Bile. dt-T. of,, h070'ohbri
Poland 0 :a., B;;? i.