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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, November 24, 1899, Image 3

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rriTfI of Trains, . change of schedule took SOUTHBOUND. M ML 11 htIvcb at 5.52 m, ' ,4 10 00 a Til, 44 7-00 pm, ; " 8.51 p m, (flg) " J. 45 p m, - " 2.00 a m (iieitfi t) SOUTHBOUND. rives at 8 40 a .n, (Hag:) "1123 am, " 8.5 1 p m, ' " 0.20 p'm, (ilair) : " 7 1! a in, " 44 8 49 a m, (freight) : when rumiing ahead of No. 7, - . il ii' nect'risary for througrh travel ! i , i ji.'irltt, and is (.topped for ;vt- arriving from Lynchburg or ;ii stops reuiiirly for rs for Salisbury, High. Point, i),ro, Keidsvillo, Onnyille and ; stations between Dauyillo and ' No. X7 stops for pas- . !-, coining from J-3Tnohburg or ; ;cynd, and to take on pas-No- ivguhir stopping places . No wells. Nro. '.IS stops to let - -Mirer - from regular stopping - 'lit li of JS'ewells and to take on ('.- for regular 6toiping places, '-. ' j' or opvond rud 4 atop at Concord for rs t-j or from the C. C. & A. - .'i Olmriotte to Augusta and i oiuts in South Carolin?:, Georgia ' . - uia, reached through Columbia - r, S. 11 :md 12 are the local trains .;u t at Salisbury witi. trains of . 1 i vision. D. .1842. N: TilCIU C.wnPiiaise." "'o Circumstances Can a Reality fie Disputed; is a reality that xre uia1 strictlv A iaige or smull size, as .:, --re.!, tmt ouly one grade. Why buy it: 1 1 nmont because it is advertised i c! vy'f Purchase aa instrument that : : !.5"hin the estimation of your - and the Greatest M'.ieians all i ti)" world. A Piano with a pure : ,-lieate touch, etc. In fact a with every improvement that is i '2 id to the wear; and at one price h:; n-ach of all, because we - y, x the Middleman's Profit, and it nrrii saving, too. Kd instruments taken in exchange, i jrus accommodating. Catalogue for '."'asking. Some bargains in square HODIST I'ROTES HE ST A XT CONFER. Tu,. "rvriT-i Elusive r-Cook Nuptials. 1 fxSw.A? f At tho homo rf hr Iti-IA I -JV& & U ns orkatFriendshinrh,,v father. Mr Tr,n w ni- i M iu Stauly Couaty W?dnesdaySym- Church street, Mr. Thomas .Li-jf H pathy Extended to President Mc- and Miss Esther Co Iver. . were happily united in wedlock 7,, . 011 Thursday night, the 23rd, Carolina , n?fS1U f Nrth Rev" G G Hariey pei'forming the Oaiolma conference Methodist ceremony Protestant church met at Friend-! Long liie and a full measure of u.!, o.urcn fttaniy county on , bliss to the happy couple. , - tuilcuay . me zznci day of No vember, 1899, at 2:30 P. m., Con ference being delayed on account of the trains not making connec tion! for the morning hour in time to the above date. This is a most wonderful section and perhaps no, omer section in the county would or could support . such a largo body of .members but they seem to go into it with heart and soul. The Friendship people cer tainly deserve great praise for their hospitality. Conference was opened with religious exercise by the Presi dent, W P Kennntt, wbn mnA l j ' mrj n . . rmni'f -fVn-' i t i . . vrvil uuiuiuuce, Avnicii'-urs. Wmslow's Soothic Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It Anticioatin Dr. L. N. Burleyson is again able to be out after a week's sickness. Rev. Z Paris will preach at Epworth church tonight. Ser vices begin at 7:45. GOODRICH CREAM every morning and evening this week. tf- Riviera Dairy. Mrs. I J Caldwell and Mrs J E Hearne, of Albemarle, are visit ing Mrs. W S Bingham. Misses Chreitzberg, of Char lotte, arrived here this morning. They are at Dr. D D Johnson's. .:L-ij SflOCf, ,Ma no Ulnniifaotnror, ISaltiuiore 31 I. msli f areroom, WiV th'arloite, A. C Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr. '' change in Correll's jew- Mr Chas J Harris is spending H1 afternoon in Charlotte. Xuie in another column Field's v i Miuson's minstrel ad. Mrs E C Register, of is at Judge Montgomery's :odav. The date of one of Concord's carriages has now been definite v tixud. ' v. A A Crater is sick at the in. ball house. He is some ' i - i' today. Mrs. G A Gray arrived last ':rht from Gastonia to visit at iur. K A Brown's. irs W D Sheomaker and little : ';. oi Salisbury, are visiting Wiileford's. '--vt. J P Rogers will, preach ' 1 Baptist church on Satur '..;.!. at 7 o'clock. .. . V A Cothran, the- roller 5 ' 'i'(M', returned to his home at i -art .an burg this morning. He ' 1 l etiii-n Sunday night. bihn Phillip Sousa, the great ivl leader and composer, . is noting birds these days in ; - :'vingham county. Mi. F E Field, advance agent Field & Hanson's minstrels, "ic last nighthere. The min - c will be . here. the 28th, Arrangements 1 Lave been made ' j.u .vestibule, which passes J ,;rt! at 8.12 a. m , to stopatCon- t Sunday. This is for ,the ;,,'emmodation of t))- umber v-'io .vill want to attei. . ;Ohfer 'nce services at Concord. 'sbury Sun. was very encouraging and was referred to the various com mittees. Conference then proceeded to define the bar of the house.- J F Austin, reporter of the Ashe ville Citizen, was invited to a seat in the bar. Dr. Lewis, President of Western Maryland College, was introduced , to the conference and invited to a seat in the bar. .The conference ser mon was preached at 8 p. m. by J S Williams. ' By request con ference united in prayer in be half of the State Normal School, led by Rev. Johnson, pas tor of Grace church, Greens boro. After the conference sermon the president called the confer ence to order and announced the dilTex'ont committees. Dr. Lewis, of Maryland, presented the claims of ministerial education. Resolutions of sympathy for Dr. Mclver and his afflicted students of the State Normal school were adopted by the conference. Thus closed the night session. J S Dunn. FOUND Lady's cape, on the street. Call at this office. Misses Janie Ervin and Lailah Hill, and Mrs R S Young went to Charlotte this morning to spend a few days. Leave your orders for Oysters for Thanksgiving at Boger's Restaurant. .... Mrs' W-W Bays, and Misses Nannie Dowd and Minnie At water, of Charlotte, arrived here this morning, to attend confer ence. Miss Annie Furgeson, who is a trained nurse, left Thursday night for the Greensbore State Normal i where she is engaged to care for the sick. For nice, fresh, select Oysters every day, go to Beger's Res taurant. By the quart or any way you wTant them.. Miss Sallie Chunn of Salisbu ry arrived this morning to spend a few days with Mrs. P B Fet zer. Miss Fannie Little will arrive - tonight f n?m : Charlotte and will also be the guest of Mrs. J Fetzer. Bake Cakes to order and ivould be glad to have a trial orddr from you. Remem ber we have . .froh oysters, bread, rolls, etc. every day. Concord Bakery Joe Fisher, Proprietor. 'PHONE. 122 soothes the child, softens the sums. allrt3Ts all pain, cures -wind colic, and : :. the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immedi ately. Sold by drusrerists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot tle. Be sure and ask-for "Mrs. Win slows Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind the 0 0 TP 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 36-Inch Plaid Venetien only. 15c. yd. aiicy Plaid Dress Goods only 7 c. yd. oo BEAVER CAPES, fur trimmed, worth 81 to close out at 75c BEAVER CAPES, fall sweep braided and fur trimmed, worth 1. 75. Our price 81.25 CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth 82.00 and 82.50. Our price 81-75. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OO 0 0 0 0 v. ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tailor made. IT,:, in seewp braided plaited and plain, worth 85.00 and We are going to sell them at 3.50 and 85.00. o PI XL H A O u PI o no Night, ELD S mm BIG CITY MINSTREL, Tuesday, Nov. 28th. 3 1 t HOT MEMBERS $ First part of Silk and Satin entitled: , "ADMIRAL DEWEY'S RECEPTION!" Watch for Midday Parade at 11:30 a. m. Grand Concert AVi15 0 0 0 0 AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats 81.00 to sl'.OG diaper than can be bought. 1 Ladies' Tailor Made Suits S5.00 to -S6.00. 0 0 0 0 4- 0 fa Full Line of Table Linen and Napkins. Oan save you money. Cannon & fetzer - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 Prices: 75c, 50c, . and 25c. Seats on sale at Gibson's Drug Store. If You Are Thinking of buying a Nice Umbrella call at Correll's, THE JEWELER. LOOK-HERE! 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. Shoes! Shoes! J A full line of Ladies' Shoes in Button and lace. Pompadour Combs, Empire combs, Ladies1 pocket books. - Come and see us. We will do our best to please you in prices and styles." 5 V VT " - 9 wmsm. re The seasons brings us to Christmas tide and once more we are searching for gifts for our relatives and frit nds. &m0 Here Pictures, Chairs, Library LamPs Are a few handsome ones you will find in our store; These will make hand some sifts at moderate and Dinner Sets cM KMaMMWVir mu .in ai. mmi mi i mt, We are prepared to give the people this winter better bargains than .usual in all kinds of . . . 1 Heavy 'arad Fancy Groceries At wholesale and retail. It will pay you to see our Large Stock of Tinware, Wood ware, ' Glassware, Crockery, Hats, Etc. before buying. For Clover Seed Seed Rye, and RockSalt go. to Gibson Morrisori.iG.jW Prompt attention given to the guests of the Kiimbsifli "Hotel. - Table supplied from the best on the market. Polite servant. Rates: 1.00 to 81-50 per . Special rates to regular boarders. M"5. e. A. KIMBALL Mauaier. ,

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