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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, November 04, 1899, Image 3

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Arrival of Trains. Thp following change of schedule took NORTHBOUND. v s arrives at 5 52 a m, 7-09 p m, 9.5.1 p m, (flag) 9.45 p m, 2.00 a m (lieiiii t) 12 (52 ;()UTIIBUUND. - n " 7 " 'Mi 01 arrives at S 49 a ai, (flag) 44 11 23 a m, " p rh, 44 9.20 p'm, (flag) 19 a di, " 8 49 a m, (freight) So. ;". vhm running ahead of io. 7, U :ir' if necessary for through travel ioutli f 1 hurbtte, and is stopped for 'iiuvrs jirriving from Lynchburg or bfVoml. NJ 'r stops regularly for liters for Salisbury, High Point, Griviisboro, IveuWille, Danyilln and principal stations between Danville and v,'ahingtou. No. o7 stops for paa fr!:.,'tTs oomrn;,' from i ynchbunr or points hi'Vtjuii, and to take on pas-scut-rs for regular stopping places - : u f Newflls No. 38 btops to let ;.iissen'rs from regular stopping i south of Ne wells and to take on ( riSM tiLrcrs for regular stopping places, Ly 1(lil".ir'r or bcvoud Xo. n:ul o4 stop at Concord for v vs. njt'rs to or from the C. C. & A. Lviioii Cbarloito to Augusta and other points in South Carolina, Georgia u.M Florida, reached through Columbia or Augusta 2u)s. 7, 3, 11 and 12 are the local trains and coiiiie t at. Salisbury with trains of v. . i Division. A laiv That O ,1k I . " ' " setter in Many Aunties, Thro is one law in the State ' - Aat is practically a dead letter. jan : Opeo" J section 3,841 of The Code, fech whicn provides that every per- May . 36 son using weights, measures, Dec--- 28 balances, steelyards, etc,, shall SuSar 156i wKe mem to the n indard keen rvf Vm j NEW YORK MARKETS. COTTON ;Hig:h : 37 40 44 32 157 Low 28 33 35 26 155J Closed 30 33 36 28 155f er vearTnty f6 every two Reserve Decrease 3,376,875 years io nave them tested and Species Decrease 3.875,900 i' ft LK PHONE N 71. POUNDED 1842 Tin: ik 0v N PliAISE." stamped. The section imnnMO Legals Decrease 'fl42.fi00 a fine of 50 -for failm-A to Loans Decrease 224.800 ulv with thn inW cox : x n -deposits Decrease . UnAx ' tu KU LO me Circulation Iricr 'ease 5,767,300 396,300 standard keeper and 25 to the I- ounty, but nobody seems ever I The man who invented a per iiua. ,li tne law were sud denly rigidly enforced the stand ard keeper would become a plu- fect method for the culture of the memory forgot, his hat. The man who wrote a book instruc- tocrat in short order. And it is in mankind how to live a him a good Patriot. law, too. Greensboro Just Too Appropriate A young husband recently presented his young wife with a handsome lamp. He was much flattered when she told him she had given it his name, until he asked her reason for such a pe culiar proceeding. 4 'Well," she said, '-you know, my dear, it has a lot of brass about it; it is hand some to look at; it requires a great deal of attention; it is re markably brilliant; it is sometimes unsteady on its legs; it Hares up occasionally; it is bound to smoke. " Anderson cer. dred years died at 88. The wo man who wrote a book to prove that there is no death has buried two husbands. And thus it goes, showing the vagaries of life. Durham Sun. Intelligem The :Vi IHFK is the IMANi to buy: fjuii lor tut money as you v- 1 .';' middleman's profits and it will . : si iifetime: but we Law 2-everul .'.raius in other makes. U have taken in exchange for i i KFl'"S two ivern A: Pond Tianos, the finest style that firm manu . iiiii and it is almost new. If you ant this make here are bargains. ieio 5Iin3'a,inror, lialiiisiorc Mil. Id, Jjiiul'l, lory TT r nn UUlil, lryn .St., Itarloi tc, A. C. An axchange tells us that the proper method to kooj) apples in winter is to wrap them in old newspapers so as to exclude the air. The newspaper, however, must be one on which the sub scription has been paid, other wise dampness resulting from what is "dew" may cause the fruit to spoil. Rocky Mount Motor. H. WMmotti, Mgr. m; Tuning:. Palace Organs, j Just received 200 select Novels loc. The Racket. THAT THUOHBJNtt HEADACHE. Would quicklv I pave you, it you used Dr. King' New Lbn Pills. Thousand of sufferers have pioyed their matchless merit for hick aud NVrvouy Headaches They made pure blood strong nerves and build up your health Eoy to take Try them. Only 25 cents, Money back if not cured, at Fetzer's Irug Store. A FIIIGIITFUL ELNDUEPw Will often cause a horrible Burn, cald. Cut or Hruise. Bucklen'H Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain und promptly henl it. Cnrets Ohi bores, Fever Sores. Ulcprp, Briis, Fel ons, (Joros, all Skin Knr tions. Hett Pile cure n enrty. Only 2-j cts a box Cure guaranteed. Sold at Fetzer's Store. It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familiar with good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to knowr that people everywhere take pleasure in relftfinf their evnerienpfi in the use of that splendid medicine and in te ling j Prompt attention riven to the of the benefit they have received, from j 'uests of the it, of bad colds it has cured, of( htitttt -lti threatened attackn of pheumonia it ha, Kfl DT!1 OSlfi I H Otel averted and of the children it has saved u u wno from attacks of croup and wtiooping Table suonlied from the best on r nice, select oysters and! cough. It is a grand, good medicine. . tj10 market. Polite servants. r or saie oy iu. j. xuarsn x uo. - on toast, go to Boger's u rant tonight. i.'i Alexander & Hendrix '.I'.'un and press your clothes 'i isf action guaranteed lew J "V Lacv. v,Tlio is visit Uev. Preston, will preach at tiocky River tomorrow. Suits thoroughly cleaned and ju-ossed for sl.uO at the Concord St.enm Laundry. l A'en the dress-makers of Con- nl ai'e. like many other busi i;vi;s here, crowded with work Have your last Winter's suit ' lea tied and dyed at the Concord iSteain Laundry. They guarantee 1 his work. Mrs. Chas. Caldwell has re turned te Statesville after at tending the funeral of Mrs. S-irah Montgomery Friday. LOST. One tan overcoat on U)'' streets of Concord. Finder ' -'iil be rewarded by leaving at Morris' Hardware. Mr. Chas. Seaborn has gone to L ;,i wood where he will work in lumber business for Mr. Will vault. 1 ! i)on't forget the 25 per cent. :oimt on all dye work, also iK'inber that our dyes do not oil. Concord Steam Laundry M Dye Works. The Woman's Foreign Mission- v society of the First Presby- I s:) church will hold its No ') meeting on next Monday vemng; o'clock at the homo of U C Herring. I I kinds or Toilet soap at 1 to cake. , The Racket. The threo train-beaters ca tured Friday morning have been taken to the chaingang, as they failed to pay their costs. 3 Cakes Eg white soap and' a beautiful 12 x 18 inch picture of 0 little girls all for 20c. The Racket. FOR RENT. A good six room house, nicely situated for a pleas ant home. Owner will sell. If interested, call at once at this office for particulars. On our desk are some staw berries furnished us by Master Wright Tucker, son of Mr. Dan Tucker. He has a nice crop of j unripe ones yet. Prof. S C Coler delivered his lecture, ' 'Virginia, vs. Massa chusetts," at Mont Amcena Seminary on Friday night to the delight of that audience, as given us by 'phone message this morning. Rates: $1.0'' to $1.50 per day. Special ra-te i ro.'rular boarders. Irs. H. A, KIMBALL, Manager. Things of Beauty. Why Not let us bake your Thanks giving cakes. We make you the best fruit cake for 35c per pound; pound cake at 25c. You take no chances on getting a good cake if you give us your order. Concord Bakery. Joe FisSher, Proprietor. 'PHONE 122. It will be a joy for you to see our new brooches, which we have received. Come and see even if you don't purchase. W. C. CORRELL, TUE JEWELEK. For Sale. 5 dozen Ladies Linen Hand kerchiefs at 60c. doz. 120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose, two tnread. 2x2 ribbed, sizes 5 to j 9i, at 10c. j Ladies Black Hose with white 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. eeelitifhl line Winter3 B pess Geeds : Venetiens, Ladies Cloth, Homespuns, Novelty Patterns, Black Silk and Wool Crepons, Plain Black Luxon Silks and Poir de Soie, Real Scotch Plaids and Suiting. Don't fail to sea our Carpets, extra Supers, Volo Brussels, Velvets and Top New Patterns. Can do you Good on Prices. Cannon d? Fetzer Co. S&2& JLL JbL 6 SjkWujLJ JulJjLjxz:. K&J ZAtisL Iake 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 be found anywhere. Some unusual value: for this week in Rugs. 1 3 j '''' . o o- Also Undertakers We are prepared to give the people this winter better bargains than usual in all of Hieav and IF aecy f JIS?; At wholesale and retail. It will pay you to see our Large Stock of Tinware, Woodware, Glassware, Crockery, SJiioes, Hats, Etc, before buying. For Clover Seed, Seed Rye, and Rock S.dt go to Go W. Patterson's. I Concord National mi pifero the business public a reliable, per- manent, conservative ana accommodat ing, banking instutioD. "We solicit vour patronage with the assurance of honorable treatment and due appreciation of your patronage. If we can serve yon any time we will be glad to have you come and see us. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS Capital an! Surplus $10 OOP; D. B Coltrane, Chashier, J. M. Odet n. r-resitlent. M, L. Brown & BRo. LIVERY, FEED A.ND SALE S TABLES, Juat in rear oi St. Cloud Hotl. On j nibusse met ail pasecger traicf. Oattit3 of all kinds furnished I promptly and at reasonable priap. j Horses and lduIb always on hard ft i

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