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rrHJ of Trains,
1p following change of schedule took
cll'ccV.luiielS. 130D "
sjo S arrives at 5 52 a m,
V 10 00 a m,
V2 u " 7-00 p m,
. " " 8.51pm, (flag)
;;4 " " 9.4ft p m,
' iJ " " 2.00 ft m.(ireij.t)
o r.7 nrrivea at 8 49 a ji, (flap:)
11 " "1128 am,
- 7 " " 8.51 p m,
" -9.20 p'm, -(flair)
' " " 7.19 u m,
a 41 " 8 49 a ra, (freight) 1
No. :;5. when running ahead ot No. 7,
V ii.tuv d it necessary for through travel
s, Kiiii of t harlott., and is stopped for
: .mrrs arriving1 from Lynchburg or
I. No. Hi stops regularly .for
: cu' rs for Salisbury, ilbrh J'oint,
, .vi.sboro, lieidsville, Danvillo and
stations between Dauyille and
-!iin;,'ton. No. ;7 Aopa for pas-
: coming from J.yuchburer or
-H 'nvom. and to take on pas
: ms for regular fctoppini places
of Newrlls. No. as slops to let
! tigers from regnlr stopping
. - .iiith of Newells and to take on
:t rs for regular stopping places,
. ; 'i! g or bevoud.
and at tnp at. Concord for
'::.vr- To r from the (). C. c A.
..irloito to Angunta und
in South Carol in.-!. Georgia
. edi, reached throng!! Columbia
. :. a.. i
11 and 12 are the ,hval trains
v.'-t at tJalisbury with trams of
4 . nivision.
Additional Witnesses .f.t.i
During t,U 'w"ltTlw"
ardsand Tom Garr, in aliR ' en ed for over fifty jears by mil-jXs
bury for tho i,iir 1 jaaiis- lions of mothers for their children S
y' , 6 klllm Of Police- i hUe teething, with perfect success, it ! &
man Kerns, additionaltestimoTiV!?i0 be8nthe-chiid' softens tb "souths, i SS
was hrmJbf v
vvas brought in Friday, In Ke. besfc remedy for Diarrhoea, it will j
snenlnncr rf .. i relieve the poor little
r rw y cr y. .
"Si(; Theik OwxPraise.1'
fj;Ucr No Circumstances Cai: ;l Reality
i'it is a re.-dity thut v nia1;- strictly
.!h grade. A huge or Hinail size, as
!i : ;r but only one grade. Why buy
u m-trument because it is advertised
" r I'arohat-e an instrument that
--is high in the estimation of your
. .ml- and the Greatest Musicians all
v. r flu world. A Piano with a pure
delicate touch, etc. In fact a
h ith v verv imt.rov -jvtnt that is
.;'M.d in tii wear; and at one price
' ;n'! tit -j reacli of nil, because we
reyou the Middleman's Profit., and it
v.-orth .":iying. to(..
1 .::s'nime!:tc' taker1, in exchange,
i - ic-ommodatiug. Catalogue for
" asking. Some bargains in square
Salisbury correspondent to the
Charlotte Observer says:
"The testimony of C N Dor
tou, .who was at the time of the
shooting an.emplove of tho r,,.
barms Cotton Mills, was too
confused to be of much val,,p
On the cross-examination he
contradicted the most important
statements which he had made
"On refusal of counsel for the
defence to allow a printed copy
of the town ordinances 01 Con
cord to be introduced in evidence,
Mr. J L Miller, clerk and treas
urer of the town, was telephoned
to bring up without delay the
proceedings of the board of com
missioners. He arrived in a few
hours, having driven through
the country. He went on the
stand and testilied that the date
of the last enactment of ordi
nances was June 6, 1899. He
read ordinances 2 and 59, both of
which punish with fine or im
prisonment cursing and disor
derly conduct on the streets; so
Policeman Kerns was in the ex
ercise of his duty when he at
tempted to arrest Edwards and
Carr. It was admitted by the
defence that Concord has been
an incorporated town since
r Horrid J-a ir ht-,... ..-.
ot the world. .-.Twenty-five ceats a bot
tle, lie sure and ask for 'Mrs Win
slows Soothing Syrup." and take no
Hot bread and rolls for dinner
tomorrow. Concord Bakery.
Phone Concord Bakery for Hot
bread and 'rolls for Sunday din
ner. Mr. "W S Bingham lias returned
home after an absence of several
Mrs. Johnston, wife of Mr.
Robert Johnson, of Cannonville,
died this morning.
Miss Eula WaLrer is attending
fields? i mm
BIG CITY MINSTREL.
Tuesday, Nov. 28th.
2 HOT MEMBERS t j
First part of Siik and Satin
"ADMIRAL DEVET'S RECEPTION!"
Watch for Midday Parade at
11:30 a. m.
Grand Concert atp.7m.5
36-Inch Plaid Venetien only 15c. yd.
3 Fancy Plaid Dress G-oods onlv 7ic. yd-
Prices: 75c, 50c, and 25c
Seats on sale at Gibson's
..Ji' Braiisii warerooa
Si (jrloi to, N. (
3 "i. WllmGi'y,m&r.
h.iagj! in Cra en Bros.
JUXD -Lady's cape, on the
'j. : i . this office.
v niisioii;u'y sab; will be hold
Crei-k Reform churcli on
. : ? i:;y. December 9th.
Xiiiiiiie (yannoii returned
r'i i la tT niglit from Char-
i iHiutn rii. i L.-onierence tins wot.'k at Con-
r-.o. :? x
. .? 4
Thinking of buying a
. -. r orde-rs for Oysters
it k vmg at
Xeliir Fislior Ijus
jojtion as teacher of
lb. N. C
;I organ ton Herald. I
I Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
Dr. reizer now has on oxhdn- L i 4l r, i i
, , . -j -i , , . ... . clotns. llue enitian cloth.
tioJi m his drug sloj-c a beauMui !
lainting, tlie work of Miss Mary hr(nvu ov cloth- Small
Ramseur, who is visiting at Judge j Pkikl vo(l goods in dress pat
Iontgoiuery's. items. No two alike.
Mr. K H Beasl y . ch! it or n fthoj S h O 6 S ! S h O 6 S ! !
Monroe Enquirer, spent Friday j
here attending conference. "VVe j A fall line of - Ladies' Shoes
were glad to have him call in lojin Button and laeo.
M-'0 us- j Pompadour Combs, Empire
In another column ?Jr. Hay-i combs, adies p(.cit book's.
BE AVER, CAPES, fur trimmed, worth si
to close out at 75c.
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braided an 1 fm-
trimmed, worth $1.75. Our price $h--
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth ;ino and
2.50. Our mice 1.75.
ONE LOT of Black Kersnv Cnnos. tailor ma.ln. I1)") in
see wp braided plaited and plain, worth 5.00 and ;V.0 k
We are going to sell them at 3.50 and 5.00.
v AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats fro
1.00 to 2.06 Chaper than can be bought.
I Ladies' Tailor Made Suits
85.00 to S6.00. I
Full Line of
Can save you money.
C ,C' r-m ?r f Cf p.'
r.ii. i-i.. Y;. . 0 v
Ti ' 'V.-v'ir-. tacit- r -x- , 1 ? ' r 1
M -5"3 '1
Imagine a house without rocking chairs or a wardrobe; a 1 10 use
without a door would be as convenient. Prices shoukl i; deter
wood Dennis, the secretary, has a I Cosh- and see us. We will do you from buying from our new line this fall. We haa styles a
i ' -1 1 -.-it' -i-i, . " i : 2. . - 1 r 1 1 . .
Kinusto suit ai Dersous. jxira coo-a k ua ines 100. ! uoom
Gibson k Morrison.
, fresh, select Oysters
call meeting for tonight, thel'oth, our to please you in price
ior L'ie memoers or om uier i .a 4 .
I jOtli; e iiU. 1. w. w. r,s. ittuuij
it.' ' j
Miss Fannie Little arr ived here ;
Fr'-kay nig it to spent 1 Sunday at. j
Mi. l-' i Fetzer s. ivliss Liule is
now a teacher in the g;ided
sciiool at Charlotte.
T.,,. A1- IT n Wil v-nn ; ' ; - '
(-il''' lllllcnmgo am II l' ;';' j oolnn. ,. thut tlio sheriff shall ser-i
at IJi-!vanl otroui cum.:a in ; lle tho ,)0(,j tuS bis jcotuity on or
LiiOi UnLL fOl( illMO.
To Tin: yrhs oh1 (kviiAiairs County: !
Fnrnitnrn. Tiihlns. Sf)f::. nil oth(?" essarv furniture. we
are offering very low. W Strike While the Iron is Hot !
Furnilure and Underr; " r .
i i ;! :, fibril vj .-i tt wl ti. v. v-vu 1 i UG u!'.' f.C'.iUOl . liis 4 comity OU ui i
' o to Borer's ives-! ' Jiiariolte tomorrow morning and before December at, of cacb ye.r and . -r'lfe
- the or nyin,(iunw night, " iS't!
!- liicm. ;.rrt Samual Adams, who lias ! January in each year.
i i -i f been hero reporting tho confer-! Xov m ovaer to -lo this I will have to
M.arce!y any doubt uul1 (L t llo:7.v:,l.,,.n,. , : (-llvt about .oOj between tbi.s ami
. .urtMcuco will not once or severa 14 , Uie lFt of December. Ibis is no idle
m1);,:, nidit and calhid to Ins home m Kaleign ; talk it soiia facts that are lookius
. ' , '"' " v 10,'id.M.v bv the illness of his ns rcuareJv in the face. Some are
1 1 Men. . ..' - ' , ,n l,., it
i 1 "a
" .-.' .-"
( " i ... A. ' s.
y.7e. are rearel i
to give tlie .people this winter
':v: il;1 i-
h n til t j raven t pa iu voui tax u
;a: iy.i ia:a, who lias ' m r , ,n0. Miller was called to j tb;U you U1H4 do so at .
s--l'cral days here ! S:--!isbury Friday in regard to the to visit you it will be a
;-ms; of Orplians! ,.. (irdcr trial of Will Edwards and .! so phase attend to it a
; i i'iuay igm .
K Wa ii-plield, of Chai -
. ( i
' ; ; ' e in Concord at ! 1
Frie.y, Dec. 1 51 h 1 conveyance.
i ; a
j Tom j. arr. i ne nuticu came- iuu ,
bate for him to go on the train so !
i i,., i....a (iyi ;it. muf bv mdvalo:
i haven't paid your tax this is to tell you ! better bargains Man usuai m an
once, ii i nave kiuas oi S
at your expense, i i
at once and save rt rr
J. L. Teck, Sheriri.
r -., it,Ai': vAj
W . ;:V.
: .iiIINlS'L'iiATOiVS NOTICE. I
I r,nbr.,.a ntho Ailmniish-ator - At wholesale and re ad. It will
,iis practice is tTT TTk ' ; of UeorVe Juj,-, deed, all i ei onsj pUy yoa to Stt- our Large Stock
Lar. ose aiKii Il&L i4-id ; 0winr said estate are hereby noliiied i
i . -'A 1 V.'tV
d cvenin,-- this week.
U:vn:;:. Da in v.
Wa ;aa (Joolv and Ma"
' ; : p -' passed thiOLigh the
i(; I iy (raUualayj oil their
" " ' '-c .-ansviil-e o visit Miss
ooks si-',.,., Mrs. CD Cobb.
Ol J 'V and would
fi.pro Cakes to J tiiat they mu-i make prompt payment, Xj? Wr-frAP-!
n, V.. : or suit will bo brou t. And all per- i E HITh vciu , Vy CDGi vV s
a trial ordr1 from 'VOU.- ticmem-j mu,;t present them to the undersigned, rmi n-
uliv ,vx w-lVO fvth oysters. : dniv authenticated on or betor. in.:j i,,
bei .0 at l-e - ; (iav of November, or tln no-!
bread, rods, etc. evei ,; ch, . t5t;e wiii be pleaded in b,v , f their rc-ihs,olv blylri,. For Clover Se-d
if a i.' 1
3 Fasiher, Proprietor. ; .n
'PHONE 122 j Caldwell btickley, Attorney. J
j Pr.).n; , e .ni ion -lilv-a to
j gia. - cS oi ne
Table supidli'-.i front Ll..- be.-d on
the mar'-:.'t . Po''r rvants.
Kates: si. o. to . p.r day.
Special rate-, to rega i oarders.
Mrs. H. A. KIMl;.. laager.