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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, December 26, 1899, Image 3

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ArriTftl of Trains. .snowing change of schedule took iVr. 11. 0KT1IIKUND. ;.i ri ves at 5 52 a m, "10 20 am, " 7-18 pm, 8.51 p m, (flag) 9.14 p m, 2.00 ft m(liem: t) I SOUTHBOUND, .srrlvcd at S 40 a m, (fln) II 44 11 25 a m, : 44 8.51pm, i 11 " 9.10 p-m, (flng) " " 7.33 am, ;,1 " 8-4Ua ra, (freight) v . Xi, when running ahead of No-, 7, ',. : , 1 if necessary for through travel 1 ,.;t!i ()f httrl:jtte, and is stopped for ;.:is-t -users arriving1 from Lynchburg or l.fVi-.'id. No. 30 stops regularly for ..--I'lhrrrs for Salisbury, High Point, - iisbcio, lleidsville, Danyille and v:pal stations between Danyille and , hingtou. NoS7 atops for pas-ii-ers coming from Lynchburg or v ;its beyond, and to take on pas--p for regular stopping places t ! of Ne wells. No. 38 stops to let : .ss'ngers from regular stopping . south of Newells and to take on j ; ..eiigers for regular stopping places,1 ':! i: - or beyond. " . ' '--i N os. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for . -.-u -iigers to or from the C. O: & A.1 I)ivision Charlotte to Augusta and liicr points in South Carolina" Georgia and Florida, reached through Columbia . r Augusta. Vow. 7. 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains f i connect at Salisbury with trains of W. N. C. Division. ' 'Sing Their Own Praise." Has your wife, daughter or ;-ter been longing for a Piano ? wliy not give her one for Christ inas? one of those celebrated, reliable, sweet-toned STIEFF PIANOS. We'll not burden your purse with a big price, and we'll give you convenient terms in which tn do the paying. Catalogue and book of sugges ' : ! cheerfully given. as. M. Sfieet Piano Manufacturer, ISaKimorc 31 1. miTT Drtntinh Wrmrmnmn Ho. 213 N tU-'UlJ U1QUU11 W0101UUW, Tryon St., 1 ltai lotto, N. C Co H. Wilmoth, Mgr. Fine tuning and repairing. a LACE oIkGANS. TELEPHONE NO. 71 BJSW.2E.-E3r?! Mr. G L Smith, of Chatta nooga, spent Sunday here. Joe Jackson went to Danville Sunday to spend several days. Press Freeze, of Newton, ar rived here Sunday night to spend a few days. Chalmers Sims came. home irom Raleigh to; spend Christ mas with home folks. Black Diagonal Mackintosh Cape Coats for $1.00 at Cannon A. Fetzer Co. 's. Clarence Connelly went to Charlotte Sunday to spend sev eral days. Miss Dora Hix left Sunday night for her home at Turners hurg to si)end several weeks. . Misses Hattie Galloway and 'anie Blair, of Yorkville, ,S. C, are visiting Miss Ruth Caldwell. Mr. Jos. F Goodman, of Au gusta, spent Christmas here with his parents. Dr. Jno. Montgomery, of uhuriotte, is visiting at Judge Montgomery's. Mr. and Mrs. R H Griffin spent Christmas with their relatives at Marsh ville. v '.) U i D ED . , , . ? . j 82 . BUY YOUR Bread, Cakes, Pies, Rolls, Etc, FROM THE Concord Bakery. Joe Fisher, Proprietor. PHONE 122 Miss Kato McDonald, of Char lotte spent Christmas Day here with her sistei, Mrs n KJBIo Monday but it amounted to noth mS but a false rumor. Mr. and Mrs. W A Kidenhour, at mI? ?Ul are visiting at Mr. D H Rlaeuhour's uair ML -Pleasant. WW Card, who is attending school af Trinity college, spent Christmas here with Lewis Brown. Mrs. Dusenbury and blaster Cowan Dusenbury have returned home after spending a week in Baltimore and Washington. Mrs. D B Parish, of Raleigh, arrived here last Saturday to spend Christmas with her rela tives near this place. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Gillon, of China Grove, spent Christmas here at the home of Mr. Monroe Gillon on Mill street. Miss Dora Best, who lias been staying in the millinery depart ment at Day vault's, has returned to her home near Organ Church. Messrs. Joe aud Tom Smith, of Knoxville, Tenn., and Will Smith, spent Christmas here at their father's, Mr. Jas. B Smith's. Mr, Mack . Goodman, son of Mr. Crawford Goodman, has re turned home from Texas to spend several weeks with his parents. Mr. Louis Hudspeth, one of the freight clerks at the depot, went to Ms home at Richmond last Saturday night to spend several days. Miss Gertrude Caldwell re turned home Monday night after spending several months at Lynchburg, Va., with her brother. A boy who lived near the Ca barrus mill was arrested and tried Saturday evening for shoot ing -firecrackers. It cost him five dollars. Messrs. J E Barbour and J L Griggs, of Patterson. N. J., are here enjoying themselves hunt ing. The latter is a son of At torney General Griggs, who was here some weeks ago. Mrs. Emma Adkins, Miss Lizzie Winecoff, and Mr. Ira Rasco, of Reidsvillc, arrived here Sunday to visit at Mr Jas C Fink's. He has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. P A Hoyle, of Newton, arrived here Saturday night to visit at Dr. D D John son's and B P Dayvault's. Mrs. Hoyle is: a sister of Dr. Johnson andMrs. Dayvault. RING No. 38 or G and order pure aerated milk and cream. No v is the time to order cream for Sunday. Prompt delivery, tf. Riviera Dairy Co. Esq. W J McLaughlin, who lives out at the Bala mill, mar ried two couples Christinas eve. Their names appeared amojng the list of those who purchase mar riage licenses some days ago. Goods advertized by Cannon & Fetzer Co. have come in 1,000-. Boys' Suits, 2,000 Boys' Pants, 100 Boys' Over coats, 100 Men's Overcoats, 200 dozen Caps. All ready for sale. The Social Side of the Tillage. Harrisburg, Dec. 26. Misses Barnette and Martin, of Char lotte, are visiting Miss -Margaret Grier during the holidays. One of the nicest gatherings in our part of the county was the party last Friday night given at the home of Misses Lila and Mary Stafford by the young men Of that neighborhood. About twenty-five were present and it was a good beginning of the holiday merriment. WlioocTs 6arsaparilla, and yet the: Smnla and natural. Hood's oarsa varilla uiiikes PUF1E NEW YORK MARKETS. COTTON Open 10 24 34 121$ Ilierh Low 10 24 34 120.V Closed 17 33 41 124 G9 G9f Jan . . . March May . . Sugar May . . J uly . . 18 34 43 124 CHICAGO VriS;.T. C9f 69 G9i 70 70 G9-5- A Family Reunion. On Christmas Day every mem ber of the family of Mr. and Mrs. J M Alexander seated themselves at the table to enjoy a good re union dinner with their parents. Besides the five living children present, every one of the grand children were there too, adding twelve more to the list. Mr. W C Oorrell aud family aud Mr, G Ed Kestler and family were also present enjoy the day. Jailed for Contempt of Court, On Sunday night a negro, Hammond Montgomery, while under the inlluence of some of the Christmas whiskey, was hav ing a general good time. On Christmas morning he was ar rested for being drunk and dis turbing religious worship. During the trial he made himself contemptible and was very in sulting. Before the trial ended Mayor Means sentenced him to fifteen days in jail for contempt of court. The trial was not ended. Some Cases at the Mayor's Office. Christmas has passed and Con cord was not troubled very much with the drinking which usually comes with the holidays. A number of eases were tried over Christmas but no serious clips came up small affrays ami drinking cases. The Brumby monument fund is growing and will reach a handsome figure. Contributions will come from all parts of Geor gia and the Untied States, and, of course, Atlanta will do her duty. It will not bo long before a beautiful monument to the hero who was laid to rest yesterday will be erected in this city. Altanta Journal. LEATHER A nice assortment of Christ mas presents in Leather Goods Card Cases, Collar and Cuff Boxes. LADIES7 AND GENTS ' PURSES, made of alligator skin and morocco, both in tan and black. Come and look at our line of presents. W. G. CORRELL The Jeweler. K. L- Craven Has 800 TONS JELICO GOAL 5 200 TONS HARD COAL. ' Also Virpa Split anl Bird Eye Cannel ; CoaL Best steal coal at mine prices. Good Smith Coal. Call and get hat vou want. 'Phone 74. GOODS . . COA wh Mm in ISTiiiicolfe:9 Stove Will uaako the whole asal 0 In all its stages there ehould be cleanliness. ' ' Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, soothes and heals the diseased membrane. It cures catarrh and drives away a cold in the head quick'; Crt.- i Balm is placed Into the nostrils, spreads over the membrane and is absorbed. ' Relief is im mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying does not produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 eents at Drug gisf.s or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ElY BROTHERS, 5C Warren Street, New York. m wan from 5c to 75c. V Gloves, Kids, CV $1.00, $1.25, and 1.50. Silk Mittens 50c. and 75c. Wool Mittens . 10c, 15c. and 25c. Wool Mittens for children 10c. and 15c. Silk Hose 15q., 25c. and 50c. Shoes for Ladies and Children. Hosiery, for all, both great and ; small. Back, Combs, Pom i- A S A S padour and Side COM '- XMAS Umbrellas fron 50c. to $2.59. Gibson & Morrison. For Sale One hundred loads of cinders. E. McNish. PHONE 104 n Christmas Goods our line is beautiful, large and well assorted. . For Holiday and Bridal presents, we are the people, Please do us the favor to-call and look them over; we are proud to show them and you don't have to buy; put we find that folks generally Ao buy after seeing our . goods and knowing the prices. -Beauty in .Style, Goodness in quality and Lowest. in - price these are the strong points in our stock. r Fetzer's Drug Store. M M lauiily glad on Xuias day. VVe are prepared to give the people this winter better bargains than usual in all kinds of Heavy aed Fancy Groceries At wholesale and retail. It will pay you to. see. our Lare Stock of Tinware, Woodware, Glassware, Cr ockery, Mats, Etc. before buying. For Clover Seed Seed Eye, and RockSalt go to G W. Patterson's. Winter is Coming. L, ALREADY HAVE ON . HAND THREE CARS OF ; Jellico Coal A.nd have ten more car loads on the way.-It-is time for yod to lay in" a supply for the winter, isn't it? I alsohayeon hand the best of antracifee coal. . J. A. C. Blackwelder, West Depot St. at Store. E'Phone 68. M, L Brown & Bro. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Just in rear of St. Cloud Hotel, thnnibuses meet aU passenger trains. Outfits of all kinds fur nished promptly and at reason able prices. Horses and mules always on hand for sale. Breed ers of thoroughbred Poland China Hogs. linl Bank Offers the business public a reliable, per manent; conservative and accommodat ing banking instution. We solicit your patronage with the assurance of honorable treatment and due appreciation of your patronage. If we can serve you any time we will be glad to have yon come and see us. LIBERAL ACCOMMODATIONS! TO CUSTOMERS Capital and Sarins - $70 000. D. B CoLTitiNE, Chashier, J. M. Odel, President, WANTED Te buy 100,000 pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de livered at the foundry at once, for which we will Day a fair price. No burnt iron wanted. .aietf, ;r?ONC0RD FoUNDYOf

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