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, wii.'ti Mi'iniiii: ahead ot No. 7,
-d ii" :uv-s:e for through travel
.,;!( ;" h-ir! tt', and is -topped for
, ... . ::-:r:v:".- J - out !. vnelilmr or
.... , . '' steps rfj.rninrly for
j hT Stiisb'ii.y, ilili Point.,
iirff r, Ju'ul-viilH, Dji'tvil'o and
, .-u.-ipHi stat..;ix i H-twee n Panvdle ami I
hovcrina: ovor the farm for a
voeK' ftUdumuy descended upon
C;en Hb;li Lew Closed
Jan ... 47 r2 2il 2'd
yi'dr ch 52 5.) JJ5 ;4
May . . 50 B9 j
Le 45 -lis 25 20 ;
Sugar 151! 154 151 152 ;
CHICAGO WHEAT. . !
Dye... Q7k 07? G7 07
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Can It !5o TriirJ i
A gouUeman living a few miles1
Tlie path of ascent, to the eye
of a spectator watching the
s-one, was clearly indicated by
loose leathers violent lv tnd
nun., t'mm v 1 rr v p.-.p- 4i . I tiie Held a Intle oetore dark' m
"llllu trV'n '-- or nrief tune the striiolpj.'- -n-n- , ,
f'-v-'iM, an'! to ui-.'.' oa pus- . , . 1 uraer tnai no miiriiL siiave ana
i:' v' J . , V ril ' t'et reaciy for Sunday, -as he
fmm ictrulr WnoDi 1 vi dropped thou-Iit ic a desecration of t.hr,
, Mit! 1 1 til' Ncwolls and to take on
, i:vrs fur iv-jrular stopping places,
. - ii!tl ;jtop at Ooiiooni for
to or from t!io 0 0. A; A.
j ' j v ; it i ii Ctiarioito to Augusta and
v: :..! in.oits in South Carolina, (reoryia
, 'i ", roaciied tbroufjii Columbia
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Nos. 7. yi, 11 and 12 are the local traias
anil foun" i at Salisbury with trains . i
" . . 2n. C. Division.
:UUji I'll ULIUL'
'Sing Their Own Pilwsh.'-'
Under No Circumstances Can It Really
An i it i-' a- reality that we make strictly
r" Lrr ;de. A laiije or small size, as
1 -iit'i, but only one jrrade. Why buy
.:. "-.-rrament because it is advertised
h- it up? Purchase a a instrument that
:tu is hnrh in the estimation of your
i t-nds and the Greatest Musicians all
t vt r The world. A Piano with a pure
t"i'.'-, delicate touch, etc. in fact a
1 ! - i ith every ituprovement that is
; i: lieial to the wear; and at one price
with iu the reach of all, because we
sweyou the 3Iiddleman'M Protit, and it
v--? tli saying, too.
Old instruments taken in exchange.
If- accommodating. Catalogue for
king. Some bargains in square
:niUi I'll WLiUi.1!!
' v,. -.Jt J LIlQllUil UQiUlUUli, Tryon St.,
r.r ,ciJ-.ciu.u.-!igiliiinviim iiwiwinraifir-1 1 i
N:;te change in the ad. of
Craven Bros, today.
Soo cliange in the ad. of H L
FVrk;, Ac Co. today.
Fresh fish and oysters tomor-
i'v ujurning. Earl HartselL.
The best cotton brought 7.80
this iiiorning. More than ninety
bales were sold today.
h your child fails to come
I ioi.no from school you'll find it
a tit- ' 'merry-go-round."
i1 jirh Propst returned home
horn Trinity college Thursday
iil.irh on account of the illness of
Ail are glad to know that Mr.
L F Cannon is again able to be
out after his sickness of several
Some persons near the inter
action of Mill and Spring
reels are camplaining of an im
i i'Vct sewer pipe.
Mr. T J Brown, who has sold
;r, his business here to Mr. A
'fh-.. returnea to his home in
s.-;:ibury Thursday night.
M . Viola, who purchased
r:i .) i hov. n's Barber shop,
volo player and will be a
'iiuV'Oo addition to our band.
Uicbard and Will Gibson ar
'! ti iiore Thursday niglit from
111,1 Fa;versity to attend the fu
1 iiKiir grandmother.
' . Hartsodl, who some
- -vi! was broii-j'lit here
:a '.aw, 8. C, is grad-
.-vi.ig from his siek-
- ' now ibe to eat
now and thou, ami he had given
plain evidence of vain and terror,
yet not once had his awful grip
appeared to relax. At length a
descent was begun, with a rapid
ity which increased every mo
ment, and the two animals struck
the ground at the very point
where they had at first encoun
tered each other, but the ' eagle
was dead, and the cat, as soon as
she felt terra firm beneath her
feet, shot away for the barn,
still carrying the bit of meat.
Investigation proved 'that the
cat had cut the eagle's throat and
so lacerated its breast that its body
was literally laid open. After
the death in midair, however,
the cat had been too clever to re
lax her hold and thus fall to the
ground, but had let her enemy
serve as a parachute to ease her
The cat is none the worse for
her aerial flight and battle. Selected.
ings, so far as the reckoning of !
time is concerned, last week and I
did a hard days idowina seediniri
wheat last Sunday. He started
56-Incii Plaid Venetien only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress Goods cily 7ic. yd-
Ileal Estate Deals.
Mr. Jno. H Long, our county
surveyor who keeps posted on
the land deals of the county, is
our informant that Mr. Ed. Cook,
in No- 4 township, has purchased
a tract of land of 42 acres from
Mr. Jno. P Allison.
Mr. Jas. Overcash, who lives
near Enoch ville, has sold his
plantation, consisting of 120
acres to Mr. Jno. Deaton, of
Sabbath to shave on that dav.
As he was shaving'' a neighbor
came up and informed him that
it was Sunday and not Saturday.
It was a hard matter to convince
the man who iiad lost a day
from his reckoning that he was
wrong as to the day of the week.
BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth 1 0
to close out at jc JrrT,
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braided and fur
ma . O
trimmed, worth si. 75. Our price .1.25
ti to feu
CHILDREN'S KELFElIS wortii 2.(h and
82.50. Our price (d.75.
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tailor nv de, in 0
i i i i . . . .i ,i i .. i i. , i ,:" ... tftirf
vv s nvi or" t e u i) men ant i) h a. worm ; nuu e.io.
sj We are going to seil them at sy.yU ana .U'J.
Ued By Brinish Soldiers in Africa.
Capt. C. Ci. Deunisou is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
that captured t he famous rebel Galishe.
Under date of Nv. 4, lb;,J7, from Vry
burg, liechnonalaud, he writes: ''Be
fore starting on the last oarvipain I
bought a quantity of Chvimberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy.
which 1 used myself vhen troubled M ith
bowel complaint, and had given to my
men, and m every case it proved most
beneficial." For sale by M. L. Marsh
Not So Had, Says Sheriff Hughes.
A special of the 9th from Hills"
boro to the News and Observer
says Sheriff Hughes laughed
when shown the statement that
the crackers got $5,000 from his
safe. He said that $200 would
cover the loss and it is sustained
by persons who had placed
small sums there for safe keep
Rev. W C Alexander returned
home this morning from Balti
more where he preached Sunday
at Maryland Avenue church,
which church has extended him a
call. He has not made public his
decision in regard to the call.
Prompt attention given to the
guests oi the
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Kates: $1.00 to $1.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
ii H, A. KlffijALL. Manager.
It will be a joy for you
to see our new brooches,
which we have received!
Come and see even if you
W. C. CORRELL,
A "VT a mmT A nmTTTTl -i ' r Tl 1 . T
v viN AT i Aurivj line oi u ur vapes anu
X $1.00 to $2.06 Chaper than can be bought.
I Laaies' Tailor Made Suits I
S5.00 to S6.00. i
Full Line of
f Table Linen
0 and Napkins.
Oan sa.vfi vou monev.
Cannon & Fetzer &
"Down on the farm," when thQ good
housewife calls her husband to d nner
"John! John!" John does not come, but
!&J& when she cries, 40-o-o-o! John," and puts
the emphasis on the "O," then Jc hn i jmos to his repast. So with
us we call from week to week, "Customers! customers! come to
the seast of bargains iu Furniture!" Many have availed them
selves of the opportunities for buying the past season, but those
who have not, you heard our trade call, and we again cry through
this paper. "O! customers."
L,.. ffi,ir' I
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.
e Fisher, Proprietor
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat
terns, No two alike.
A full line of Ladies' Shoes j
in Button and lace. j
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs, Ladies' pocket books.
We will cio i
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 of
I Concord Natiooal Bail
Offers the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
We solicit your patronage with the
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see ns.
Capital aM Surplus - $10 000.
L. 13 Coltbane, Chashier,
J. M. Odeil. President.
M, L Brown & BRo.
Come and see us.
our best to please y ou in prices j before buying. For Clover
and styles. ! S:cd, -d Eye,; and Rock Salt
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Km in r-r 1 St. Cloud H nei. On
atS, lbtCJ9 ,;:t.. , ,! hinds tarnished
-iorar.tiv Ti'i i at rea3oaabie rricee.
::ier--e and :n'i'c.3 aiwd"3 r. h-n.d
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