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v .'h,':" i if lu'oofwiry for through travel
.:, - fii i.t L.u'i ttct ami is bto.f etl for
liaSM-ru.irt'rs arriving from byiichbnfpf or
, v'i.U. itops rcprnlarly for
uiuas for Si!ibiiry, JH'b Point
;ivHsburo, jkWtlpvfc, i!auyilc aud
pricit-al ?ati(ij. bctw: en l)aiiyjllj aud
'VK-hinb n. No. o7 btops for pas
a'jirb t'-'iuui from i ynchbnrjr or
points r-vmrf, and to take on pas-"j-ji-rs
for r; irnlav stopping places
;, NYwtlls. No. J.S Htops to let
f- p!i -er.i;. rs from regular ' stopping:
3 bcuiii of ISewell.s'and to take on
. - t'.'i'i's for regular stopping places,
.r'nai; or bevoiid.
..s. ,;;J and ;j4 stop at Concord for
-s risers t 01 from the C. C. k A.
lt iion Charioitrt to Animsta and
jt. r points in South Carolina, Georgia
.;:.. i i'lorida, mhed through Columbia
No 7, 11 and l' are the IopuI trains
.v:-.; connect a .libnry ;vith iruius of
r . n. t'. Division.
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
The Central Hotel, the Postoffice and
Three Kusiiiess Ileuses Ilurned to the
liround-Parks & Pedeu Lose Heavily Jan - 7. 48 7 A
-The Orin oftbe Fire Xt Known- Harch I'54
rome insurance ftirrfrfi. iUlv
No town has been making
7.56 7.50 7'n
more rat)id nmo-vooo ah.. uwiuago wheat
W 'V w. a V .n I I II A- I T 1 1
marie for the last while and ' '-Q4i m 64 '5
now a blow "has come upon it, j lllil,ki,, 0 locating Here
weeping it by fire ofJseveralVusi-! Messrs R T Morris and Har
ness houses, 'the, pcrstoffice, and ;rison Bali; of Jamestown, wore
. OCin'DED 1342
Stxg Tjihiu OwnPhaist:."
;..r No Circumstances Can a Reality
: it h a realiLy that we nmk strictly
: r tile. A iuiiic or smnl size, a
- i. hut only one i;rdt. Why buy
-anient iCMiihe it is u.lvorti.-ed
. P'irohase a,i instrument that
'"! iiuh in too estimation of your
' " - .lid the Greatest rtliiHieirtns all
;y world. A Piano with a pure
iVlieate tonoli. etc.' In fact a
i' with every improvement that is
u ' . ticial to thfj wear; and at one price
:M! the reach of all, because we
v. v the Middleman' Profit, and it
1 tn saving, too.
' M instruments taken in exchange.
IV; ias accommodating. Catalogue for
" kins. Some bargains in square
. . 'S.
f " , ' M CJfipf IMmio MKiinfrtrturor,
Hi, OliUUlj lirlitiuoro Slit.
Fa::!jr? Branca fareroom,
C. H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Mrs. C W Trice, of Lexington,
is visiting her relatives here.
iv. J E Thompson returned
iiuine Monday night from States-
Miss Berta Kimmons, of No. 8
township, is visiting her eicier,
Mrs. Arthur Faggart. ' " "
Miss Maude firown htftt'jqne
to Salisbury to spend tereral
3ays with Miss'Mary 'Bernhardt.
Mr. R K Black hope to move
jin.o his new residence on' Spring
nreet by the first of ih yc. '
Mr. Jai. Honeycutt, of Chos
r, S. C, arrived here Monoy
spend several days with bib
rollier near here. .' ':r
Harris' enjoying himself ' 'shoot
000 Bll and Harris change of
?.l toiiy. They will give tteh
- - - 'whrisimas present or ka
il uiiuost do, so they say; '
LOST Waterman Ideal Pdufr
pen. Suitablo rerd '61
tewl. Call at this4 b ffiod -'
Miss Mary Archey has
Joined to school at'SlisBieol
after spending' Suriajrliere
'v:ih hor parents. ' - -
mday night was the coldest
we have had. this winter;
iliv thermometer came down to
'-' " -1 degrees.
1 for Colliers Weekly.
nues m two volumes
:(; --uch subscriber. vKrp!
ru. t0, V!M-'h subscriber ,.)tQ
It was a very destmctivo fire.
r': occurred there" :. Monday
night about midnigfit, when the
flames were first seen.'
No cause is known for the lire.
It is thought to 'ha ve originated
in the store of Mr. Cotton.
The buildings burneJ were the
Central hotel, the stores of Parks!
& Peden, C L Gotten, CH Cotten,
here Monday 'with a view to
locating probably. These gen
tleman have not yet decided as
to where they will locate but
they intend to open "a shoe
business in some town. They do
not cater especailly to repair
work but more especailly for
making shoes to order. If thev
suitable room they
and the postoffice buiiding. All w511vev probably locate and
of these buildings were burned 1 Uoy several men in their
to the erround arid pnmnQrnfivniu 1 business.
nothing saved from any of them.
The Central hotel,. which was
owned by Mr. W T Huckabeo,
had recently been renovated and
additions made amounting to
about 1,000. '
Messsrs. Parks & 5den,
which firm is woli known by our
people, were heavy losers. Their
stock of about 'J, 000 was a total
loss with the exception of 1,300
insurance. Another" insurance
policy, amounting to $1,000 ex
pired only last week and was not
renewed as they had hoped to be
in their new store building be
fore this time. iNot one bit of
their stock was saved.
Mr. C L Gotten had in his store
a stock of notions, while Mr. C
H COtten had a stock of gro
ceries. The people of the town worked
hard and succeeded in s:iving
Editor Bivins' residence aud also
his printing office, though all of
his material was taken out of his
printing office. The fact that
Fisher Bros', livery stable build
ing was covered with heavy
iron sheeting saved it from be
ing burned. From Mauney's
drug store to Fisher's stables all
is in. ashes.
The loss by the flames is csti-
Imated at UG00a Of this
amount- of lq thore is $6,000
worth ol insurance.1
The peopl could not qnell the
flame fcat only tried to clear
aVay pom in ront of its path.
Tk tames twm so hot that the
pinking Their Changes.
This week is t:c time when
many of Ihe Methodist ministers
will change to their now fields of
work. Rev. and Mrs J D Arnold
will leave tonight for Lexington.
Rev, J E Thompson will leave
tlie last of this week for States
vilio. Rev JAB Fry will arrive
very probably tomorrow night.
Miss Lura Wheezy r, who has
been visiting at Mr. H M Bar
row's, has returned to the SI.
Cloud hoielto visit her brother,
Mr. Robi. Wheoler.
Rev. R G Barrett, of States
ville, who was at the last session
of conference assigned as pastor
of Ep worth Methodist church
here, spent Monday here.
Mr. and Mrs. E C Baruhardt
left Monday night for Philadel
phia. '. Jr. Barnhardt wont otr a
business trip. They will return
the Inst of the week or the first
of next week.
large plate glasses in foe Ca
Jarr Soring! tank across the
stret were cracked. The large
Tri&doir rrlaesCs in Xiittle Bros.
i v" 5tS. , Mill Vt?1 v
sore"werealfeo broken by the in
tense heat. .
. u m
Mr. Samuel J Eryin and wife
Mr. Wm. Ellis, of PhUVn i w hridM tour to
g V Erirritt'fr on Morth Main
If Tott fail forget yor milk or
crearn yordere4 or find that;you
vant riorif phone or send
aid joa 01 bo supplied
; 23rd Series.
Books "are no w open for sup
scription 6f Stock in Concord
Perpetual vBuil(ling ' and Loan
Association, 23rd ? series, first
payment due Saturday, ' Decem
ber 2nd; 189'9. "Call -on secretary
and treasurer at Cabarrua Bar
ings Bank and subscvifre. '
ROBT. S Y0tmoiM. D.
tK' ' president.
Sec'y and Treas. .
36-Inch Plaid Venetian only 15c. yd.
Fancy Plaid Dress G-oods only 7ic. yd.
.BEAVEli CAPES, fur tr muied, wortli f;l
to close out ;it 75c '.
BEAVER CAPES, full sweep braidr-.l and fur
trinmied, worth 1.75. Our priet' 61.-5
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth Si.'.iO and
ijO. Our price SI.
ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tailor ma'! '. 135 hi
seewp braided plaited and plain, worth $5.00 ait 0.00.
We aro going to sell them at 3.50 and $5.00. '
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovat; from
$1.00 to 2.00 Chaper than can be bought.
I Laaies' Tailor Made Suits
I 5.00 to 6 on.
- - - - -
Pull Line of
Can save you money.
Gannon fe Fetzer
Jpst received a '' new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Yenitian
rcloths. Blae Vcnitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress p&
terns. No two alikow
. A full line .of - Ladies Shoes
in feu tton and lace.
To'mpadour Combat, Umpire Ik
comlrLadies! po$kot books.- ;
ijome auu nw. w w
otur beat to pioVott fcijprlcea
gake Cakes to
order and would lie glad to have
a trial order trom you. Remem
ber we have fresh oysters,
bread, rolls, etc. every day.
Looking for holi
day gifts don't fail to see our
1 Sf,rf-' Back's Stove or Range
. . .v .. m n nmir'irir I itiii r t t n acn i a
1 f J .17 -
1?f are prepared
to ire -the rople thi winter
bettor'bar&ains tbah smal in aU
Thinking of buying a
call at .
At wholesale and retail. It trill
Ipay you jk see our Large Stock
C Glassware, Crockery,
H Hats, Etc.
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, and RockSalt go to
G. W. Patterson's.Q
Prompt attention given fo tit
Table supplied from the best it
the market. Polite servants.
Rates: $1.00 to L50 per day:
Special rates to regular boarderf.
Mrs. H. 1-RIHBEL. Manager.
t , , .. - ...
WANTED Tt buy 1U0,(XX)
poo'bds of old cast-iron eorap, dej
dvered at tht? fooDdry At one, for
ourm iron wanted.
i!6tf. Concord Fousdhy Co,