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Arrival or Trnfnn.
' "arcing chanrc of schedule took
V:t Pec. 11, 1890.
S arrives at 5 r2 a m,
10 ) a m,
8.51 p m, (flag),
Ji.-M p m.
tW " " 2.00 a in (iienu t)
,.7 arrives at 8.40 a m, 'fla)
11 44 " 112,Um,v "
7 " " 8.5 p m,'
. 14 " 9.1 p-m, (flag)
5 " " 7.33 am,
' tn " " 840 a m, (freight)
a j. 3."). when running ahead of No. 7,
,1 .eil if necessary for through travel
yoatu of C harlotte, and is stopped for
-usM.'iigors arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 3(5 stops regularly for
paeugtTs for Salisbury, High Point,
reenshoro, Reidsville, Danyille and
, ..LiCipal stations between Danville and
Whiugtoii. No. 37 stops for pas
- r ers coming from Lynchburg or
point!? beyond,-and to take; on pas
r : gers for regular stopping places
r uiiof Newells. No. 38 stops to let
' passengers from regular stopping
'laces south of Newells and to take on
i .;: st ngers for regular stopping, places,
Lynchburg or beyond. .
06. 33 and 34 stop at Concord for
passengers to or from the'Cl O.' feAi
Division Charlotte to- Augusta-and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
or Augusta?- ; iA a y, f. .
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the looaf trains
a-d connect at Salisbury with trains of
"ft . N. C.:Di vision. -
"Sing Their Own Praise."
Has your wife,- daughter or
sister been longing for a Piano &
Why "not gi ve her one for Christ
mas? one of those celebrated,
reliable,. - sweet-toned STIEFF
We'll not burden your purse
witli a big price, and we'll give
you convenient terms in which
o do the paying.
Catalogue and book of sugges
tions cheerfully given.
DV M OHppf I'iauo .Manufacturer,
wuuiJi llli ULlUUlj-. - JIaltiiaoro
F2.ory Brand Wareroom, "iV
1 li'iirlotte, ar. c
Co H. Wilmotlh, Mgr.
vino tuning and
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
I. E M Griffin, of Winston, is
visiting at Mr. M L Moore's.
MU.s Ola Hamilton, ' who has :
icaciing music at ?.l at thews,
Penick Query, who lias been
Jc for about a week, is gradu
"ilack Diagonal Mackintosh
. .;m-' Coats for si. 00 at Cannon
,;lxr Co. 'S ' ; -
-so Hamilton: ai-rlved hero
day night to spend a day
i his relatives.
U midiMrs Rov Tliaver, of
i.n.vJall, S. C, are vl&iling .at. Mr
1 U Thayer's in Mt. Pleasant.' '
FOUND Four bladed knife in
ii "lit of the Cannon & Fetzer Co.
store. Call at this office.
Rev. W J Boger and wife, of
AU. Holly, arrived here Tuesday
Mght on their way Lo Mt.' Pleas
ant to visit their relatives.
Miss Mabel Tomlinson and
MissMorohead, of Durham,; will
'.live Thursday night to visit
Miss Nannie Cannon.
lliss Agnes Howie has re
turnod tofl Mrs. N F Yorke's
after spending Christmas in
Pies, Rolls, Etc,
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
Mr. Pevtnn irinflv, i
turned to his wok kyu&
after being aicTffW
ino. m or 0 and order '
Slr? """ted- milk and i
I V f 1 ' 1 II.-N A. ' ,
for Sunday. Prompt dolivorv
10 taw Lime to
r-t- -t .
Messrs. C D Cobb and Joe
Plwpps, of McLeansvillc,. are
. The furniture factory and
lumber business of Green &
y ray, of Elkm, was burned Mon
day night. Tbeloss is estimated
at 4,000 with $1,500 insurance.
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 congregation, of Forest
Hill Methodist church are - very
much . pleased:, with their new
pastor!' Rev R M' Hoy le. He is
preaching.to Jarge .crowds His
sermou-lastr Sunday isr saidto
fiave.been one of the finest ever
preacKedatiii sthat pulpit. He
preached with power and effect.
His "style js original and he al
jsrayst leaves - a deep impression
upon his -hearersn -
A GENERAL J)ISTUHBA1SCE.
An Intoxicated Map Has UIs Day at
Needmore Bt the Officers Capture
j; tfjihi Jlla j-ATrfifeThree Charges
Brought Against Him.
On Tuesday, afternoon a. white
man named. J ..C Atwop while
intoxicated, raised quite a dis
turbance at Needmore, a place
near ftie Cabarrus mill.
While intoxicated he had a
shot gun and fired it, some of the
shot striking the delivery wagon
of: the Cannon & Fetzer Co. Be
sides being intoxicated and
handling his shot gun so reck
lessly, he was cursing, making
three charges against him.
This conduct came to the ears
of the pllicors and. Chief Harris
had an experience strange to a
number of officers. The man
attempted to hide from the officer
by going into the garret ol the
house, lying flatly down between
the joists. -
Chief Harris endangered him
self bv following the fellow into
the dark garret but nevertheless
ventured up into the darkness.
After getting up into it he hoard
nothing but carYfally fell nbout
'him. - He laid his hands on .the
fellow and as" it reply to some
questions asked q.u'K;K".ly 1 n cw a
pistol into the fellow's face. This
wa s enou gh' arid tf f e f el low ch m e
down like a man .
He was arraigned before
Mayor Mealis and tried for the
three . offences.. A fine of five
dollars for each offence was im
posed upon" him. He failed to
meet the payments and was sent
Were Sweethearts for 33 Years.
On last Saturday night 'mid
the continual pour of rain, about
1 o'clock in the night Mr. Jacob
Blaclnvelder and wife, of Rowan
county, arrived here to spend
Christmas at Mr. Jas. N Brown's.
This couple. , was recently mar
ried in ..Rowan- county. After
being sweethearts thirty-three
years, she, Mrs. Jennie Bost,
came from, her home near Hills
boro, 111., ' .and married Mr.
Blackwelder in Rowan county.
The -bride is a niece of Mrs.
Lydia Wallace and a cousin of
Mrs. ' Jas. N Brown. They re
turned to Rowan Tuesday.
ons During the Holidays
Written for The Standard.
Mt. Pleasant. Doo. T). Ti
I Evans South Carolia.
ui jojinston, oi Jjurdette,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Foil and little
son are the guests of Mr. L J Foil.
Mrs. Jerome, of Georgeville,
and Miss Grace Barringer, of
Cleveland, are visiting at Dr. P
Messrs. "JaclXMoose and
Harry Foil are visiting in Albe
marle. Miss Grace Heilig, of Albe
marle, is visiting Misses Blanche
and Emma McAllister.
A good number of our young
people attended the Xmas exer
cises"' at St. John's yesterday.
Mrs. H N Miller is spending
Xmas at her former home in
. Mr. Henry Purr, of Furrs, is
here, for a , few days' vacation
from ."down on the farm."
. Mr. Walter Peacock, of Salis
bury,, spent a few days here last
! Mss Wilhemina , Wimer, who
has been quite sick for the past
week is again able to be up. "
; The W R Kindley cotton mills
stopped a few days for the Xmas
Invitations are out for two
receptions to be given by the
young ladies of the seminary
one tonight and one Friday, the
29th; "Tapioka" is the pass
Messrs. Tom Crowell and
Tinsley Bost are shooting birds
in this section. They report
Ik There will be a regular
Vcyf communication, St. John's
V )ay, of Stokes Lodge No.
?rl A and A M tonight at 8
o'clock-. ' 11 H Griffin, Sec.
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
Houston, 'that my travels in all parts of
tlio world, for the last ten years, I have
met more people having used Green's
August Flower than any other remedy,
for dyspepsia, deranged liver and stom-
!aoh' nnd for constipation. I find for
i , t i - .
voi'ii.sts ana cc'-ciu-jii, or lor peraoiid
tilling office positions, where headaches
and general bad feelings from irrigular
habits exist, thit Green's August Flow
er is a grand remedy. It does not in
jure the system by frequent, use and is
excellent for sour stomachs and indi
gestion." Sample bottles f ree at Fetzer's
di g store. Sold by dealers in all civil-
A nice assortment of Christ
mas presents iii Leather-;
Goods Card Cases, -Collar
ladies' and gents7 purses,
made of alligator skin
and morocco, both in
tan and black.
Come and look at our line of
W. C. CORE-ELL
oetter than cure Tutt's L!vw
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
jiver and kindred diseases, , ;
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
Will make tho whole
! In all Its tagtf tbirf
Elyg Cream JJalm -
cleanses, ootbet and htAls
the diaeased menbrao. ,
Jt cures catarrh and drirea
away a cold in the head
Cream Balm la placed Intotha i
over the membrane and la abaorbed., .: Kefiel
mediate and ft cure followa. It le not drydjr-doea
not produce sneezing. -Laf Size, 60 cents at Drog
tfsti or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
Ei-Y BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street, New York.
from 5c. to 75c.
1.00, 1.25, and S1.50.
50c. and 75c.
10c, 15c. and -5c.
Wool Mittens for
children 10c. and 15c.
r Silk Hose
15c, 25c. and 50c.
Shoes for .
Ladies and Children.
Hosiery for all, both
great and small.
Back Combs, Pom
padour and Side
XMAS Umbrellas fron
50c. to $2.59.
Gibson 8c Morrison.
One hundred loads
1A ui &4f
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, prqud. ttot, show
them and you don't have to buy;
but we find that, folks generally
do 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.
Fetzer's Drug Store,
family gltid on Xmas day.
. We are prepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual in all
Mh'ds of x
Heavy audi Fancy
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
; 'Qflassware, Crockery,
11 ii a' Etc.
before buying. For Oiover Seed
Seed Rye, and RockSalt 0 to
G W. Patterson's.
Winter is Corning'.
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND THREE CARS OB
And have ton more earl mi-
.. tho way.
It is time for you to lay in a supply for
the winter, .isn't it? L .LLiliayeon
hand the best of antracite coal.
J. A. C Blackwelder,
West Depot St. at Store. ? hone 08.
M, LrBROWK & Bro.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE..
Just in-rear of St. (Jloud Hbtek
Oriinibuses meet all pnssenger
trains, putfits of nil K'irds fur
nished promptly and at reason,-'
able prices. Horses and mules
always on hand for sale. Breed
ers of 1 thoroughbred Poland
nJ Mm lit
Offera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instation.x
We solicit vour 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 you come and see us.
. TO CUSTOMERS.
Capital aM Snrjlns - - $10 Odd
D. B Coltrakb, Chashier,
J. M. OdelW Prer dent,
WANTED T buy 100,000
pounds of old cast-iron scrap, de
livered at the foundry at once, for
which we will pay a fair prioe. No
burnt iron. wanted.
il6tf. Concord Foujsiry Co.
PAIN FILLS. Onesend03&