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Arrival of Trains,
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v. ";! i ii fill Iiij.c p. hotivl t No. 7,
';. ii ut'cM'ssury for throuirh travel
f ' !: t: )tt', and is ttoiiptl for
';.'! arriving from f iyiieh!nrg or
'. ;:, stops reul r y for
rs for Silisbury, Hi,'. J'oiut,
o ro, leiilviiie, Danville r and
..a! xtations between Danville and
:on. No. Ij7 stops tor paa
- c Oinuj! fr ; a i vuohbiirjx or
- lty.iid, and to take on pus-i-s
f. r rninr fitoppinjr places
-! Xewtlis No. as stops to let
-t'nurrs from regular stopping
o;itti of Nouells aud to take on
:.vrs for regular stopping places,
: i ' i r lt or beyond.
''- and ;U stop at Concord for
rs to or from the C. f.J. As A.
-:o:i iiarJolto to Anuslu and
points in South Carolina, Georgia
nda, reached through Columbia
y s, 11 avul 12 are the !o al trains
c cf at Saiisbnr y v;i h trams of
Attorney W G Mnn.
M)'..o cases befnm ti, ..
wont to I Therll soon Have Them.
Ere long our policemen will
be clothed in their long uni-
! forms, which will give our town
oura more citv-like aminnmi.
Mr Williamson MnvH
siipenntondontof public school i 111
lb , now visiting the different 1 nc now imiforms have come, but
spools of tho county. " i siraeof the fits are not good.
The bird-hunters are happv ! ThoJ coats are to always stay
bo 15th has come. The number button up, too, Chief Harris
ot birds are exceptionally plenti-1 says.
ful this year, the hunters say ;
The nonnlo r i t
Mr. Jas. C Fink has moved
from his residence on Lone street
into the house formerly occupied
by Mr. H M Barrow on North
L. Marsh & Co. ruaranteee
Uiexn i muv l,,,,;,,,. -'v.ti.- in on i'.iiieniin s vjouu riem-
" , . ""j lay ing n a
PPiy or eatables for their
:uests dur 1115 ('Oil loTiiiinn
z unn, ilU A t
e iy and will refund the mouev to anv
one wlit i? tiyi fatistl:jJ after usinc two
thiHs of the contents. This is the best
remedy in the world iw la grippe,
eouhs, colds, croup nnd whooping
eouurli and is pleasant and safe t t.ilc;
It prevents any tendency of a cold to
NEW YORK MARKETS.
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Policeman Johnston arrested
a nojrro Tuesday night wlien
No. 38 pulled in. The negro
was tried and snt to the- chain
gang. Elbert Oney, son of Rov. W 13
Oney, will on next Monday com
mence teaching school at the
Patterson schoolhouse in No.
Mr. M B Stickley delivered a
lecture, '-The New State," be
fore thp Athanaeiim society of
the college at. Mt. Pleasant Tues
day nigln. A good audience at
tended. Mr. D B Coltrano paid his
moaihly visit to Norwood Mon
day. Iie'roturns tlie same day
now .sincj the new passengt'r
train has bec-n added on the Yad
'Squire Pitts was called upon
Saturday evening to
Jan . . 3a 39
March 42 45 32
May . . 49 49 35
Sugar 154 155? 152$
CHICAGO win: AT.
Dec... &) 07 Wi
May. 705- 71 70J
38 -Inch Plaid Venetien only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress Goods only 7ic. yd-
BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth si
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braldod and Air
trimmed, worth Si. 75. Our price si. 25
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth $2.00 and
2.50. Our price si. 75.
couple. After the marriage the
couple took a bridal tour on the
.'' l lTv urns tan ces Cc.n
. - a reality tliat we make strictly
::v"'e. A iaru'e or small size, as ! steam "nieiTV-gO-rOUlld
r-i. but .only one jrrade. AVhv buv I
ri t i i -: i aiment 1 anse it is adyertedj Those who looked for the mo
'.f I'li'-'ie .) iiistrument that teors Tuesday night about 10
! : !:iuli in the estimation i your i i 4 'i i i i ,
n.Iiudthe Greatest Musicians aUi,clock uoro H'eatecl to the Sight
vrr the world. A Piano with a mire I of ail unusually pretty halo
a delicate touch, etc. In fact a
' ' "r'itii ever- improvement that is
. i'.-Mt! to the wear; and at one price Mr. EC Barnhardt has mir
'in the reach of all bemuse cliused tlio residence of Dr. JP
Mill L1JB iUllllUeUillU B i IUUI, UUU 11
a liu saving, too.
of an unusually pretty
around the moon at least.
' instruments taken in exchange.
s accommodating. Catalogue for
km. Some bargains in square
I till )S.
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Gibson on North Main street
where Mr. Barnhardt has for
some months been living.
Mr. II M Barrow's troubles
are now o'er. For months the
I Knildini)' ri' liic lui'mf if'nl n ( voc
ence has been on his mind but
it is now finished and he has
moved into it. This is one of
the most beautiful home's in out-town.
Co H. Wllmoth, Mgr.
ii n i ii i in. i mm mi n i imi iirr t i ii
i aie Elrado asks us to say that
; 'irposes to be here only this
Kate Garrett, of Kings
Probably We'll Nut Lose Him.
The Carolina Pythian
untain, is visiting at Mr. Hjhas the following: "Rev. VV C
Alexander, of Concord, has ac
cepted a call to a Presbyterian
church in Baltimore. We regret
to lose so useful a man from
the State. Thft best wishes of
the Carolina Pythian will follow
Millions Given Away.
It is certai :ly iratyin to the public
to know of one cancer in the land who
are not afraid to be generous to th
needy and sull'-rinjjr The proprietor?
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-'
sumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine; and have the
satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely
("i.a.'d thoir-'aiv?s o:' hopeless cases.
Asthma, Ibonchitis, Hoarseness ami all
diseases of the Thiv.a?:. Chest and Lungs
are surely cured by it. Call at Fet;:ers
Drug store and get a free triad bottle.
Ikgular size :0e. and si. Every bot
e guarau or price refnudud.
ONE LOT of Black Kersev Capes, tailor made, 135 in
soowp briiideu plaited and plain, woriii .s5.iH) and .jij.00.
W'o are iroing to sell them at $3.50 and sj.00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Pur Capes and Crovat.s from
$J .(!( to si'.CKi Chai or than can be bought.
I Ladies' Tailor Made Suits if
1 85.00 to S6.00. ?
A LTFi: A:,i DEATH FIGHT.
Tr. W.'A. llines oi iuanche.-.ter, la.,
writing of His almost miraculous escape
from death, says: "Exposure after
measles induced serious lung trouble,
which ended in Consumption. 1 had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors said I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. 1
would not be without it even if it cost
85.00 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 and
81.00 Trial bottles free at Fetzers Drug
Full Line of
an save you money.
Cannon & Fetzer
You're Losing Money
Mr. Sandy Bostaiii, who lives
!a 'oung avenue, is in very bad
j'alth these days. ., .,
Mrs. Robinson, of Charlotte,
is visiting her parents, Mr. an4
Mrs. G R P Miller.
Alex Hartsri! spent Sunday
'ind Monday at Misenhoimer's
spi"ings. He is yet very unwell;
Mr. J H Masons of Raleigh',
arrived here Tuesday . night Ciq
spend a day at Mr-.HIpNainara
Mi's. L D; DuVa'r :'an& Mr'sV
Haraseur and children are spend
nig this week, at .Mrs. W Gi3os-
tamer's. 1 '
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Miss Grace Fisher is clerking
for H Lp Parks & Co. She .will
have charge of their new line of
vanna ware. .
him to his new home."
: TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tate Laxative. Broiao Qninine Tablets.
AH druggists refund moneyil it- fails- to
cure. 25or Tbegenuin Has L. B. Q.
n each tablet
Little' Miss Julia Gray, 'of
Charlotte, who has been ill with
typhoid fever for more than two
Il: ht lis, is now, able to ,SfVrup
r. S R Peck, the Charlotte
(,!tiei;in, will be in Concord at) the
11(tel Wednesday Nov. lotli ' bnb
' ! a y on ly . . Glasses acculately a
;utl(h Satisfaction guaranted.
1 we foreigners with their
h': have struck town but as
' Ml -Mown did not care to have
p'ii amusement the fellows have
'Z1 lown. They were a source
(,); ! ,uble on account of scaring
let us bake"yottf Thanks
giving cakes, ,We make
you tne oesi; iruiL caKe ior
3; Wri:i pouvirw
You taH'fiio 'chances on
getting a good cake if you
give us your, order.
Just received a new lot of I
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
in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs, Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. We will do
our best to please you ini prices
Gibson & Morrison
' One nice building - lot on east
side of Uniori street. Also three
houses and lots on Buff alo street.
For terms apply to
( i ICaldwell & Stickley.
It will be a' joy for you
to see"6ur" new' brooches,
whicli we have received?
. Come and see even if you
r don't 'purchase. '
1 WV C. CORRELL,
WANTED' Vi buy 100,000
pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de
livered at the foundry at once, for
which we will pay a fair price. No
burnt iron wanted.
a!6tf. Concord Foundry vJo.
Every tin! on buy a so-called
4 'cheap" char-, or table, or couch
or anything. Outward appear
anco don't count a wash of gold
often covers brass a pretty look
ing chair often covers hard lumps
and lots of profanity. It doesn't
pay to buy "cheap" things, but
that doesn't mean everything
ood is necessarily nigh priced. We are selling Couches for 9.98,
soft; durable, ani restful, inside Osgood at the outside. We have
bargains of the same kind all over our store.
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Prompt attentipti 5 given to the
1 'guests'of the
' Kim'balfl IrloteL
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: 1.00 to $1.50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Irs. H. 1 MBALL. Manager.
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? 1 ' We are prepared
io: ; give - the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy and Fancy
. ; Groceries
At wholesale and retail. It will
py you to see our Large Stock
pf .; ,
- Glassware, Crockery,
before buying. For Clover Seed,
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
G. W. Patterson's.
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