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is f..r S ilislury, lv.;h Point,
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M-,r''ii. No. ;? stops' for pas-
; 'Ma.: from ! viic!d:irir or
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f Newt lis. No. :iS stops to let j
' lt 'F.- irom regular topping
-i'ifi of NYwells and to take on
for regular i$top;i;i;r places,
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' aii.l stop at Concord lor
.-.'r- lo or from the C 0. A' A.
' ' 't:-iriott.- to Auusla and
. " 'it in Soma Caroliiii. 'leoria
' fucked through Columbia
i . N. '1 and 12 are the ,- t'-aius
j -t at Salisbury with trams of
; "IiDED 1842.
Sjxc; Their Own Praise."
rnder No Circumstances Can a Reality
v. 1 it i a reality that we make strictly
1 -rade. A large or small size, as
d. ired, but only one grade. Why buy
instrument because it is advertised
- c hcfip? Purchase aa instrument that
Guilds lush in the estimation of vour
friend and the Greatest Musicians all
wr the world. A Piano with a pure
delicate touch, etc. In fact a
1'iiuo with every improvement that is
hi -neficial to the wear; and at one price
'jthm the reach of all, because we
s.'ive you the Middleman's Profit, and it
5s worth saving, too.
' instruments taken in exchange.
- 'ffis accommodating. Catalogue for
the asking. Some bargains in square
f'PwC M Jtippf llAn Mrtiinfrtolnror.
Jll, OUDUl, Ilaltiiaore
Fcctory Brand f areroora, sl8.
Co H. Witootlhi, Mgr.
Miss Hattie Smith, of Now
Lfjndon, spent Thursday here.
Mr. W T Fisher, formerly of
this place, who is now" living at
Newberry, S. C. is here.
Edgar' Caldwell, who is em
ployed in Lynchburg, Va., is
here visiting his parents.
Bishop Joseph F Key will ar
rive here next Monday; He will
be entertained at Mr. M J Free
man's. Miss Myrtice Thompson, after,
spending a week here with Miss
Pearl Brown, has returned to
The Ladies Missionary,Society
will meet at Trinity Reformed
Oh urch tomorrow after Sunday
School at 11 p'cock, . ..
Mr. Jos. Lee returned to-Spen-i
-,':dny night. It will be
romombered that Mr. Lee lost
his wife a few days ago.
P Allison is over-stocked
h ;i pples and will sell cheaper
1 - n they can be brought here,
1 "1 ho can dispose of his stock
At iho. time of going to press
:4t,;jut 100 tickets had been taken
! "!" the Krehany concert. A
: '" house is guaranteed. Tick-
- ai Gibson's.
! h Marns, counsel for Will
' ' " fl-. says he has received
' : ' " from the solicitor that the
' f't" the State vs. Tom Carr
' Will Edwards will not be
1 in the Rowan court next
l)efore Thursday. Parties
! 11,1 rested cap be governed ac-''rdmgly.
On Friday night the trial of
u UK Means was held wherein
he was charged will,
U MnAndyWine,oir, one "s"ho H
hllll hn in the side. The M-n f'
out on Friday nihtrmd on , " I
NEW YORK MAUKETS.
-uu nigiii Mr. WineeolriD
meio 'Squire Pitts and stated MaV
'at no was mistaken and tlmt.
i was not FnU1k Mc;!!;; that m
CHICAGO win. AT.
"hi 71-4 7i
-ue.serve Increase .
as Sixties Decrease
l;vu"'!l nis gun at hini. I:
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-O JitlP' If) f hniHM 4lw, , 1 r
.xiti,rt LiiU warrant IjOius increase
yjL LUlirs;-: r rank 1 '-JV,aiKS -decrease .
AVino-nff's: i J'lxJsit-sDecreasi
j Circulation Increase
'.une clear on Mr
UM1 iinnony. Nothing else!
vlA v, ilii me mauer. i uarlerlv r.MnVivnrf.
Rev. J R BrooiLS, the presid
6-Incli Plaid Yenetien only 15c. yd.
i-'aiic.v Plaid Dress Goods c;?.ly 7do. yd-
Trouble at !hrita.
On Friday morning, Walter
Dosrer. a negio who lias b-on
serving on the Mecklenburg
ciiaingang and who had been
mado a 'trusty, " caused excite
ment at Berita when he at
tempted to enter a building
where was one of the young la
dies of that place. There seems
to be no doubt but that the ne
gro had brutal intentions. He
made his escape but the officers
arc in search for him.
mg elder, will be here Monday
and will hold the last quarterly
conference at Epworih Melho
dist church Monday night at
7. 4o oclock.
TO CU'JiE A COLD I MONK DAY
Take Laxntive Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it iails to
cure. 25c. The genuin has Jj. li. Q.
u each tablet
In the football game Frida-v in j
Charlotte between the A. & M.
boys and the Davidson boys,
there was no score. It was a
hard fought battle.
Air. Thos. J Dunn, wdio is one
of a party of three from New
York enjoying themslves in our
quail helds near :ere, is the
sheriff of New York.
One of our prominent citizens
on Friday night boarded No. 35,
the fast mail train at Salisbury,
and as a result ho soon found
himself in Charlotte instead of
Meeting at Epworth church
tomorrow night will be a memo
rial service, commemorative of
the memory of the departed of
the congregation within the year
If you want to see beauty
displayed in a show window take
a look in the one at Cor r ell's
jewelry store. The most beau
tiful watches, diamonds,
brooches, ect. are there.
Mr. C W Johnston spent sev
eral days last wreek with his
mother, Mrs. Milas W Johnston,
at Concord. r It was his first
trip to his old home since last
April. Mooresville Record-Times.
Dr. and- Mrs. Stevens, who
have been spending a week here
left Friday night for China
Grove where they spent the
night andjljen returned to; their
hpme in Asheville. Their dwell
ing here has not yet been
The Cannonville Debating So
ciety meets,, every; Thursday
night at the Library House.
Subject for next meeting: Re
solved, That the Steam-Engine
is greater than the Press. Af
firmative Messrs. Corri her, Jun
ker, Durai and - Griffin.' Nega
tiveMessrs. Furr,. Sides,' Wa
ters and Clark.
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 u s your order.
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Noli; e 5. o. ot ps
There will bo a call meeting of
Cold Water Lodge 2o. 02 I. O? O.
F. -Saturday night, Nov. 18th, at
8 o'clock. Every member is re
quested to be present.
By order of N. G.
There will be a special
t Communication of Stokes
' x Lodge No. 3L A. F. & A.
M. Monday night, Nov. 20, at 8
o'clock. R H Griffin,
HO OUiiE. SO PAY. "
TLut is the way all tlruists sell
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills
and Malaria. It is simply Iron and
Quinine :u a tasteless form. Children
60ve it. Adults refer it to bitter, nau
leatiug, Tonics Price. 50c.
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons are hereby forbid
den to go upon my lands for the
purpose of hunting, fishing, cut
ting timbers making roads, or
trespassing in any way.
All persons violating this no
tice will suffer the full penalty of
the law. W. L. Morris.
BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth l O
to close out at oc.
BEAVER CAPES, full swoop braidod and 'fur 0
trimmed, worth si. 75. Our price si. 25
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth 82. 0J and
82.50. Oar pric
ONE LOT of Placl: Kersey Crpo
x4 s-ewp braided plaited and plain,
Wo 'AVr o-oilMr i oll tlnon :vt slli
)es. tai'oi' -made. 1"'" in
wortli 85.00 and sii.00. O
We aro going to sell them at 83.50 and so.tH).
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats from
8 1.00 to 82.00 Chaper than can be bought.
I Laaies' Tailor Made Suits
J 85.00 to S6.00. I
Havmp: qualified as executor of Alex
ander Yost, deceased, late of Cabarrus
county, N. C, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or before the 23rd day
of November, 1900 or this no:ice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate "will
please make immediate payment.
This 17th day of Nov. 1899.
T. M. Yost,
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-
i 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 injiprices
Gibson & Morrison
Full Line of
H Table Linen
0 and Napkins.
uan save you money.
Cannon & fetzer s-
Is a term used
when a person use
Trie house wife who buys from our
High-Grade Stock of Furniture and Stoves, displays a cultivated
taste of MERIT and QUALITY and she will be followed by "good
luck" in her home duties. See our Xmas Picturers.
Both of these occasions will
call for carvers and we have just
what you need. Come and look
II W" C. CORRELL,
Prompt 'attention given to the
rrnoctc rf t V o
UUOUO W J- WAV
Table supplied from the best on
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: 81-00 to si. 50 per day.
Special rates to regular boarders.
Mrs. H, A.5HHBALL Manager.
We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy aed Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
Glassware, Crockery, .
before buying. For Clover Seed,
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
G. W. Patterson's.