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Plaids v Sheeting-;
: and SaltlBags.
oi all kind, and 4-foot
wood, always wanted
best prices for same.
We invite an inspec
tion ot all the goods
ODELL MFG. Go.,
- Ccncord.'N. C
St- Andrews Lutheru?) church
Caimoxiviilt lifv. H. A XI cCudough
pastor. Suiuiay School at C30"a.
ru t vcry 8uaoay. Preaching -every
1st Sunday at 11 a. id., and regrulai
ervice every Sunday night at .
o'clock, excepting the first Sunday
in each month J I
Forest Hill 31. E. church, South
Rev. M. A. Smith, pastor. Preach -mg
at 11 a. lu. and 8 p. in- Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting
every Saturday at 8 p. m, jTho
public cordially invited Epcrth
League meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Bay's -Chapel, Mfhodist Chinch
Rev. J.'iR. Aloose, pastor. Sen ices
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m, . . . ,
First Presbyterian chmeh JRoy.
W- C. Alexander, Pastor. PmichV
iDgleverylSunday atSll a. - m.t
3 p. iru Sunday school ah
m. Prayer meeting every "Wed
uesaay night at, 8
i n .
- Coxcokd, N. C.
D, P. Cclteane 7 Cashier
Xu D. CoLTBANE, Assistant Cashm
J. M. Odill, . D. F. Caunoi
J-vLAil King, J. W. CAxxoi
W K. Odell, W. H, Lilly,
D. B COLTRAKE
COl TON MARKET. e
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
wooa reiaanng 7 75.
Middlings ......... ...5 . ......7,72
Enw midlm 6.20
tit&ms .................. ... 6 to
PRODUCE if An Ji El
; .Corrected bv Swm& White
Bacon........ to y5
Sugar-cured Dams...... . 123 to 15
Bulk mea s,si des ................. 5 to 7
Beeswax... ... 20
?.Mf - ........ir.'.'.10rol5
Oaictad ...... 10to25
jrn " . 45
gg.......... 12 j
-Lard. , 7
Flour(North Caroling i'qoi
Lail9w ...... Sto4
Central Methodist Church liev.
If . P:l.rfcr. netnv Sorrir.u o f
11 a, m. and 8; p m Sunday school
at 9:30 o'clock, a m. Fpworth
League meeting at 7:30 p. m. !' ,
All Saints Episcopal church Rev
J. C. Davis, rector. Morning service
at 11 a. m. rand -3 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Prajeis. Wedces
VlflTT of K Y -.- ' i
Forest Hill ' and Caniiorhille
Presbyterian I charge, Rev. A K
Pool, pastor. , Services at Carnoii
ville IP a. djm every 'Sunday ex-
cpt the 4th Sunday in tacb mbntl
at ..loiest xiill Chapel, Sabbath
school, 8:30 a. m., prtachicg 8:p m.
-k very Sabbath.
Baptist Church Rev. J. J. Pay
seur, pastor, sti vices every Sunday
at 11 o'clock, a. m. and 8 p. m.
Prayer; meeting every turday at 8
p. m.; Sunday School everv SundaV
at 9:45 a. m.Public cordially in
vited. . ;
Trinity Reformed church Rev. B
Frank Davis, pastor. Preaching
every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. VC. E. at
7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited-
SSt. James Lutheran ChuichjMaih
street Rev. Chss. B. Miller, pastor,
services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 ri. m.,
Sunday School 10 a. m., Luther
-League 1st and 3rd Sundays 4 p. m.
edneeday evening prayer 1 7:45,
All are cordiaby invited.
Rock. CliuriUIiifc'. )
Last night a number of young
bots .were placing at the old time
hide-Hud-eehk pastime in the yard
of JuVge W J Montgomery, much
to tbe annoyance of Mr. J E Red
oian, who is conducting a writing
school in the oid Bessent school
house. He addressed the little fel
Iov8 in a very rude manner abd
withont authority ordeitd the boys
out uf the yard. - This riled the!
feelings of the bovs and a general
tattle took place in which stone s,
sticks and otner mi3tiles were used
fretiiy o j both sides without tefions
ceulfs. The scholars at the writing
fcchcol overpowered the small bovs
and it was some -time before the ir
ritated. pupils could b made desist
their reck 'chunking. As a natural
cou&; qneuce the mayor will have a
heunug Monday n oining.
i.miii..;...:iilHI!-Hl!li(:t ill lil.ili'lllll-ll.ni.lliilinlu.f.'i ;.'rTTTi f" S ? W yA A S H A" W
lMIS 1 FAC-SIMiLE
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TOCTEEAtOLDlM OXE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25a ml4
,c iS t"!3 Secondary ULoOT Inrv5
Clans. S500,0C0 cSita?bSfreutphysi
tipnal guaranty. AbsolnVr.111 ur Eeoncii.
SO? Masonic Temple, CHlcIog; Drag"
JK0.-R. ERWIN. C A. M1SENHEIMER
ER W IN & M1SENHEIMER
Physicians and Surgeons
?CeoNS' 3Harty building op,
Original Observntioiis. i
The collector is always a' biiiouq
Even the worst baseball plavtr
can catch cold. !
The crank is always what he is
"ciacked" up to be. I
A dress does not make a woman
but it'often breatce a man. !
The poorest time in a mark's lifw
is the day he mteis the ass.f sor.
-w V . -
VV hat yau dont know about some
men oftimes makes them respect
The most, promising men in this
country are those, who never pav
It is said there is a soft side to
every, man. That's the reason the
dude is alraid to stand on his head.
The seashore and the mountains
have wound up their annual' fight
and the seashore certainly -shows
the most .sand.
When an Idaho girl is hugged by
a Dear sne exhibits a perfect con
tempt for the young men in the
Now doth the schoolboy scowl
again, while hanging on the fence;
he growls aloud, but all in vain,'
that school doth toon commence.'
j The happiest time in a boy-s lifa
is when he can smoke a cigarette in
the presence of his father without
endangering his life. !
We hear a great deal about the
third party movement. Many
young men have heard the move
ment It is the old man coming t.n
see whether his daughter has gone
to bed. Orange (Va.) Observer.
There wilPbe a regular commu
nication ot Srokea Ledge No. 32 A.
F. it A M Monday night at 7 30
o'clock By order of W. M.
K. A. Bhower, Sec.
' ' "O- '
Tlic I'reisbj'tery at MicKory.
The faU meeting (f the Concord
Prebbyery was hi Id in Hickory this
week from Tuesday until Friday, in
the -Pr. sbi terian church at thAt.
place, Rev. J A Ramsay, pastor.
Rev. W C Alfsaiider, pastor of the
First Pres by terian chrrch of thia
city, was elected moderator and pre
sided oyer the meetiuga. There' was
a large attendance and harmonious
meeting. There was an impetus in
the work of home missions and coK
ored evangelizitioij. Rev. 0 A
Monroe, of Lenoir, the preset. t
chairman of Home Missions, was
appointed an evangelist to superin
tend this woik for a part of his
time. -.1 .
Candidates A K Pool and JE
Summers were ixamined upon all
their parts of trial and were licensed
to preach the gospel.
The Narrative upon the state of
religion was encouraging indicating
a steady and healthy, -growth.
The Presbytery adiourned to meet
again in StatesviHe on October 27th.
The only casualty reported is thai
Rev. R S Arrowocd, once a resident
of this city, but now living in Ire
de'il county, was relieved of $31 by
the pickpockets while listening to
the speech of Hon. Wm J Bryan.
lhe delegation from this city re
turned Friday night.
jWptahtfPrfnnrnttnn for As
j .f . 1 in !?
ling 1112 Dfomacn5 anujjowei ci
Opiurn,Morphine nor Mineral.-
JSot. Narcotic. ?
Pumpkin ScciZ "
ytoeAele Sails -Sfnse
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion I Sour StomachjDiarrhoea,
iicss and LOSS OF StEJEP.-
Facsimile Signature of
! : I 1
EXACT C 0 PY OF WRA PRE R.
IS OH THE
OF EVES Y
kf-'i r "
iiwiiii nil iimauBiamaaaoaa
Castoria 13 put up in oss-siro tottle C-.I7 1
is not sold in bulk, 'Don't allow anyca3 -j
you anything else on the plea or 'promise that
is iust as e-ood" and "will
pose.1' -AS-Beo that yon get C-A-S-T-O-2-I-a"
:hfao-- - '
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Cnre For Headach.
As a remedy for all forma of
Headach Electric Bitterg has proved
to be the very best. It edicts a
permanent ?ure and the most dread
ed habitual sick headaches yield to
ts influence. We urgo all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle, and
give tnis remedy a fair tn'al.
cases of habitbal constipation Elec
needed tone to the bowleg, and few
case long resist the use cf this
medicine. .Try it once. Fifty centt
and si. 00 at Ft20r - Drug Store. V
DR, H. O. HERRING
-jvAi, . ' Is again at the
old stand, where
he will be
pleased to see
Yf--s ai1 are in
leiA need of hh
PROFESSIONAL - SERVICES
For information ?"T tC.I
Oldest buarLT.N .York.
Every patent taken twienra la America.
PORTRAIT - FREE.
Made . hi . Crayon . or . Water color . Tints
The Price is .
x .Tliei Loadstone
jThat attracts customers to: our place of business.
Beginning today, June 30, 1896, we give to
I CASH PURCHASERS ONLY
one of those Handsome Portraits wlienjtliey have
bought fnrnitnre to the amount of 25, and if
the portraitjis not satisfactory you need not take
it until it is. We give you the Portrait Free.
You pay only for the frame. The 'cost of the
frame, glass, etc., will be . onlv 81.50. This 'is
tiae best and cheapest way to get life-like por
traits of Yourself.JFather,; Mother, Brother, Siss
ter, Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, and we " have the
Furniture,-ard can suit ! the most fastidious
When you want to rest easy tryone of our large
easy Rockers or ope of our easy.' Reclinin
Couihe?, or one of our Sofas, and when you' want
to make your bed easyand comfortable buy; one
of our. Wire Spring Mattresses. We . Mtve a
cqmpleteSline of Furniture Suits fromSlo;t6 JlOO.
Space will not admk our mentioning every ar
ticle. Our prices arew. Come at Conco and
begin onjtheportraits and get you a card and
haveji punched whenever you make a nh?,s(..
f We are yoursto please,!
DFIY &. . WADSWOR'i
wiaiss, Broadway, New York City7