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an, following chmg of schedule toot
vo S arrives at .r 52 a m,
" 10 00 a m,
.. . " 14 N.-'il P m, (Hag)
v , 37 arrives at 8 41) a .n, (Hag)
.51 p m,
44 T 11) a m,
" 8 4'Ja m, (freight)
Xo. ;C. whn running ahead ot io. 7,
i;,iWi,'t d if iieceosary for through travel
?,,nth ,' hnrJ-tU, and is stopped for
pf;..-.-eij'rh rtrriviTi from Lynchburg or
! vond. N. stop's regularly for
pasM'iiirers for Salisbury, High Point,
(;reeiishii Keidville, Danyille ami
I r;n-'i';d stations between Danville and
.i!liiiii:ton. No. 5i7stops for pas
cy. (.'nniig from J . y 1 1 ch bu re: or
nu;ts l)t'Voinl, and to ta-;o on pas
vi;i'i"s fur regular stopping places
ki i 1 1' Newt lis. Xo. stops to let
;-:t.'iig.Ts from regular stopping
j'.u'rs .south of Newells and to take on
l-st'iiers for regular stopping places,
i.VPeiiiMii j: or bovond.
.,. . ) aud o4 -top ut Concord for
r'Hrs to or from the C. C. & A.
ivision Chariot to to Augusta and
juer poiiirs in South (Carolina, Georgia
,.i i Florida, reached through Culumbia,
:.(.. 7, . 11 and 12 are the local trains
f.':d c.'ii.'ie- t at Salisbury with trains 'of
' . N . Division.
i XLKPHONE X 71
THE METEORIC SHOWERS.
What One From the Lowe Conservatory
toy About Them-This jflonth the
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Open High Low
.30 42 41
9n qi .n
Jl . , " -yj V UJ. Ul
tat. nights of tho 15th and 10th Sugar 157 15Sj I56f 156
of this month, the following is Chicago wheat.
-nueior mem. Jan... 23
111 Peakauo- of thfi mtonri Aviarch 27 27 37
"""-va T r
showers which can h n Af " 1J
taken from a member of
601 68i 68i
Lowe conservatory. Of one of May ' 73 72 72i
the periods in the past he de- Critical Sow in South Africa.
S'.ribes it thus: j There is a -crisis in the South
' 'Not one was seen to reach the ' Alri5an soat of war- Nnws dis"
carth, though many were very Patchfare somewhat conflicting,
bright. The sky was very clear they warrant tbe Seatesl
and the moon absent. It was a w"SllSh solicitude for General
rain storm without a cloud ! H is greatly outnum'
lightning without thunder' i aUcUhe Boers are aiming
What made the deepest im. m. the rear" Iadeed' com"
pression upon my youthful mind j ""7? M
was the death-like silence above I ?nh? a,n? Bel'S are
i csaui lu ue ceuamcr tneir eirorts to
auu. tliUUHU me. Nwntr siiph o I
disnlnvnf onnv.w r " destroy the bridge at Colenso,
cuspid oi energy gomg on and ! , i ? ,TT, ,
hfnnncrci -V 'winch is General White's only
tic anng no noise S.he sdence s .... . ,
,v, rinVrt,. . , " . moans 01 retreat or of romforce-
a aepiesing ana solemn as m a,
room of the dead.
I ; ii .inspiring totuty.
in this country in 1866, but was
on the eastern continent. On No
vember 15, 1867, while the errth
was passing through one end of
A FMGKTFUL BLXDEUR
. : i i-1 is the 1 " IAN ) to buv:
Will oftn canso a horrible Burn,
Fcaltl. Cut or Hrnisp.. "Rnol. ln' Arnica
the dense swarm, having the j Salve, the best in the world, will kill the
iirpvinnss voir mcc-vl h,,,, if0 ' pKin XU)d vrompily hn it. Oiivs Old
pieiouseai passed thiough its . bores Fever Sor ulcers. ISciia. Fel-
center, I expected something of )L,S. corus, all Skiu Erin twins. 13ett
n (Hdinv o,,! 4- t I Pile euro on t arty. "Only 25 cts a box
; a display, and was not disapV:ure puurniiteed. . SoU at Fetzer's
pointed for I counted nearly 1, -1 Store.
100, the greatest number was seen
in the southeast and northwest
with very short trails. The line
must be sharply dravvn between
snooting stars and bolides, from
some of which heavv masses fall
to the earth called meteorites, or
.r.,:!-.! r two Uioi,, -y as yen ! moloorip. s1nnv-;. On the oilier
;a:wtiKiiiciiis protita and it will ! ., -, " . 2 '
iiw-nme: but we Law bcverul hanu no shooting star has ever
m in other makes. bot?n knovm to reacli'tho earth.
;mv tak li in i'Xcham' for ! . . . '
;:i-"t two IvtTs k Vov.d pianos, ! tlui encounter witii, ;mu tricticn1
:, huet .styie th.vt linu munn- 0;' 1l0 atuiospliero, hitantly re-j
:im - :tiiil it is almost new. Ji you j
i r-.::, make here aiv bur-ains. i ducillg them to Vapor. j
"T r;-;.-iof s'i ivio MunTr, I "Many meteoric showers are
r T?,..i,n'n iVminw -' aia x. I known. Prof. Denning, of Eng-
-' iJU;i,0'i l,wwurUi;c.;laml, our best authority on mo- Prompt nitration given- to the
Z. H. Wiimoth, Ms?r. tewic astronomy, enumerates guest:, of the
: Trxixo. p.vr.Ac, o,: ss. i s?m0 -00 or",oro- J'f L",;iid Kleilbal Hotel.
.-.iu-,- as it is called, will re- rn n ,
. ' . . Table supplied from tiie best on
n i i i ; iieat itself again, commencing a ; ,i ln,,,.u04 Pnlito fwmtQ
Cmcord iJakery lias a J. , . , ; . . 1,10 inaKut. oiito seianis.
.today. ; little arter midnight of Govern- j Rates: si. 00 to si. 50 per day.
t. : ber IT), lasting 'till dawn, and not Special rates to regular boarders.
condition of Mr. I) P Can-! . .-i -, ,4i. ,,,-,1 tt TT-Tirn t t Mnnn
,i me x-Lu wuiu iunu uu- 'S. H. . E A', ,. !
i lished. There is a bare possibility
. C Owens, ot Salisbury, ! t h : , inv i)n (m ti0 11LUniiiir of
..vw - -
the 16th. It would be well, how
ever, to begin, the watch on the
: . iu'siiav was a si)um(liu coi-' i m, . .
mv again. One inmored . "Tawrs Sivift
1 ine of
Venetiens, Ladies Cloth, Homespuns,
Novelty Patterns, Black Silk and Wool
Crepons, Plain Black Luxon 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 d? Fetzer Co.
iirtd. ifcSi) Jbs.iiik.4. vki
much improved today.
M.s been visiting at Dr. J E
i's, has returned home.
::;y-six bales were weiglied.
;m;;ts Thoroughly cleaned and
mI for sl. 00 at the Concord
Tjt Alexander Sc Hendrix
a and press your clothes
! action guaranteed.
y,v. W A White, of Mill
liriiige, spent Thursday night
- e- with his father, Mr. CR
LOST. One tan overcoat on
' reels of Concord. Finder
ii i.e rewarded by leaving at
'Lowe Observatorv. Cal.
H r, Parks & Co. havq a new
-coluinn ad today and are
! "l ing some rare bargains.
: it on iirst page.
Have your last Winter's suit
ei..(i and dyed at the Concord
- -iii Laundry. They guarantee
Color addressed tho
!" ; i--rs and students at Sunder-
liall Thursday evening on
"Mother Colonies," or "Va.
. . . . ??
ill (mian from Rutherford--,.d'nl
our law this inorn-
) riding his bicycle on
v, -neiil. It cost him two
-ill ;XT. A go(jd six room
iC'.ily situated for a pleas -Owner
will sell. If
"'i. -aii at once at this
Don't forget the 25 per cent,
discount on all dye work, also
remember that our dyes do not
rub off. Concord Steam Laundry
and Dye Works.
Mr. Buchanan Miller, of Row
an county, who was recently
granted license to practice law
and who took his oath at our last
term of court here, has located in I
The remains of Mrs. Sarah
Montgomery were taken to
Mecklenburg county for burial.
The funeral was preached at
Back Creek Presbyterian church
where she was a member.
let us bake your Thanks
giving cakes. We make
O it is your watch that is
T troubling you bring your
troubles to us.
if it is a watch that you
are wanting we have
them from $1 up to ,$60.
W. C, Cork ell,
' THE JEWELKK.
5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 60c. doz.
120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose,
you the best fruit cake for j two tnreaa, i'x- nuueu, o -35c
por pound; pound j 9J, at 10c.
cake at 25c. ' i Tjnfii0s Black Hose with white
You take no chances on
ettinr a good cake if you
give us your order.
Jos Fisher, Propraetor.
Headache hvciie l:i " minutes by T. i
fclilus L'aik VuajS. "Quo cent a aoe.
feet for 25c.
Ladies Block 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.
Make home comfortable and attractive, and we have the richest
designs to be found in Concord. Our prices for tine Bed Room
suits, Dressing Cases, Enameled Bed Steads, quality considered,
are the lowest that can bo found anywhere. Some unusual values,
for this week in Rugs.
( i iwu-w.,, c SKJr-m. m m tj mtTv. m3. mmm. ------ - .J
- Also undektakehs. o
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
At wholesale and
retail. It will pay you to see
our Large Stock ot
0fera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit your patronage with tho
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can servo you any time we will
be glad to have you come aoid see us.
TO CUSTOMERS. -
Capital ani Surplus - - $70 005.
D. B Coltrane, Chashier,
J. M. QdeJ'L. rresident.
M. L. Brown & BRo.-
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Jure in r-;.. o 3., Cloud Hotel. Orr
For Ciovor ' : Ji:tht3 )" kniJa furniahid
Seed Saed Eye, and Hock bj.lt .iocupt-N- . .. a! reaionable pneer.
p.. j0 i aft -rrd a .1 ... ui a ; vtijr 3 un uh4.u