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.irrival of. Trains.
; !, '.:;,:mvilarrivcs at 11:17 a. m.
V. -:i " " 10 p. m.
A' '.:. ' 7:22 p.m.
'.i't.i " " 9:35 a. m.
a Yoi k " " 8:48 a. m
". ..:::! 1 " " 9:00 p.m.
. - !:c;!-;ht loaves at 11:17 a. nt,
' ", ," , " . 5:45 l- m.
. :-" the loca. trains between
:. I i'.-i Atlanta. Nos. 35 ami 36 are the
.; s hot ween Atlanta ami" Yasliin.-
. s are tho Washington and
. . : : V --:i:'i:kl LimiteJ. trains and stop
r. 'I f.-'wl q "tt
v P. I 'eaton, local reporter.
lutuJ F Dayvauit's for fresh
leais aud oysters. All orders
rou.ptiy tilled. nG
Tie erection of Mr. Ed Cline's
spelling on South Main street is
Hon. W G Means 'delivered a
speech in No. 3 township to a large
audience Monday night.
The candidates are in Mt. Pleas
&t today. Their rounds will wind
spin this city on Saturday next.
The Improved Order of Hepta
s'jphs will meet in their hall to
pst. It is desired that there be a
There will be communion services
fSt. Martin'sEvangelical Lutheran
cuich near Bost's Mills on the first
Friday ia November.
Mr. W R Honeycutt went to
tanlyin the vicinity of Norwood
yesterday, where he will visit rela
t:ves for a week or ten days.
.Salisbury World: Her many
ends were glad to see Miss May
ile Wright out Saturday for the
time since her recent illness.
s S C Webb, Liberty, Miss.
''J' UI have been using Ayer's
Js for over twenty -five years, and
Jf0acnd them in cases of chronic
rrrhoa, knowing their efficiency
personal experience, they hav
cured when every other medi
tramp, giving his name as John
was arrested at Forest Hill
;1S oming for stealing a coat
y. Will Mabrey. In default
.'r-M the weary hobo was sent to
'" . "t; had entered the house
' - r-':( 1 on several others be
' ' ;o the one he had.
'V' r-5-7 01 ar.ti-this, and
kiit what people need
p'viys ib the anti-bilious
Vt;Al- Simmons Liver Regula-in-
Kinpr of Liver Medicines,
C'-""l:X, T-a Pills. l,I have
; Vj other anti-bilious remedy
. "a y .-iri and know from ex
:, . , S '- fi.-!" LidicH of a con
'Vv,;'l.r'''hit nothing equals it.'7
'a v Edenbury, Fla.
conditW f y r0acIS are iu excellent
nonunion for wagoners.
Miss Belle Honeycutt, of Forget
HUUs confined to her 'room 4h
chLch i8neeBSn8 ,at the BaPtiGt
much in? ln i)rore3, and
much interest is manifested Tha
meeungn continue through the
Clay Lowder, the young fellow
U.U was so badiv u,r,. n . .
I r " "'4" u ua UOL-
Cvnler 'i'SB,g,1Uiug aIong!
lu. x rupst. 1
Mr. Luther T
substantial two story house on hie
property in Mt. Pleasant. In fact
that Rule villaae is netting to b
quite a town. New buildings are
Popping up on all sides.
A rock was thrown through the
baggage car window of No 1 pas
?enger train, coming in from Char-
luonaay evening. It hap-
Hnrrisbur,. No one hurT6 "
Ad honest Populists should hed
the sound advice of Maj. Guthrie
He says to them: "Don't. atni?f,r
oursBlve8 hy voting for a free si!-
ver 1 resident and then v.tA
hands by voting for a goldbug Con-; spoke at 1 o'clock. Mr. Pemberton,
gressman. ; w u a,ked about the ouliook 8aid .
Invalids should rfimfimU hc,4;We lye,lhF:m the run, and
the nAiiRPH r.f ,;u,i ; u ,
aches may be promptly removed bv
- - i.v nvi W U 3 UCdU"
taking Ayers Pills. These Pills
speedily correct irregularities of the
stomach, liver, and bowels, and are
the mildest and most reliable cathar
tic in use.
Press dispatches from New York
say that the McKinley odds arc on
the decrease, and that but few bets
are now taken at even money,
owing to the favorable indications
of Bryan's election. It is now be
lieved that Bryan will carry New
Tliey We're After Iliiii-
A certain young gentleman of
this city went out to visit friends at
Mt. Pleasant Monday, and after bo
ing there for a few hour3 "the boys"
put him on to the- "tick tack" racket
to scare the Sjminary girls at Mont
A mo; na. He wa3 "out for fun" and
the scheme was a good one, he
thought. At 10 o'clock tho 4'gang"
went down and fastened the strings
to the blinds at the seminary and
the young gentleman from Concord
was to manipulate the workings.
About the time to "pull the string"
one of the college boys who had
been posted, appeared in his shict
sleeves, caught the string and fol
lowed it until he had nearly reached
the boys, when the Concord boy
gave a yell and started to run. The
college boy, of course, opened fire
on the young gentleman from Con
cord and the last seen of the ukid"
he was going across the creek a mile
below town saying to a friend:
! Jon't tell them that you saw me,
for they will know the rest," etc.
At last accounts he had not re
turned to his former home Mt.
Pleasant or to his present home
in this city.
Now that the election is nearly
upon us, money is flowing freely
into the town treasury. Mayor
Morrison had five cases on docket
E H Brewer, S P McLester, Watt
Oxford and .Frank Mills were up
for assault, each of whom were
fined $5, except Mills, whose fine
was only S3.
Adam Allman was fined $3 for
being drunk and disorderly, and
was bound over to court in the sum
of S50 for carrying a pistol.
J Dove and F M Smith will sell
at the court house door on Satur
day, 31st of October, inst., between
12 and 1 o'clock two bay horses, one
Piedmont wagon and about one
nundred bushels of corn,
o31 J. Dove.
innrvwmt 'Wirwi'i""-,u'-'TM'i"i jwnrwnfinri
I lie El! and Flow;: or the Human
Tide at This Port, as;seen ISy Onr
Judge W J Montgomery is at
tending court at Saeiby.
Treasurer G Ed. Kesttar has up
turned from a business trip to Ral
eigh. Rav. A K Pool, who him hn
absent from the city for a wrek, hzs
-Congreaman Shuford spoke
Mt. P eisant today.
Mr. Hope M Barrier went out
to Mt. Pleasant today, having been
calied there on buiaese.
m Mr. D Frank Cannon, Jr., ar
rived in the city this morning from
Horner's School at Oxford.
Mr. Will SherriU came in from
Lincoioton this morning and is
visiting his brother, Mr. John B
-l-li tuc Cjcuuuig roaay at iut.
Pleasant at the home of Rrjv and
Mrs. M D Giles.
Hon. S J Pemhert.n
through the city this morning on his
wnr v in ......u- . . i
Irora w indications Damocracv will
Sure! and ain't
it su ?
Mr. and Mrs. John D Barrier
Wjnt up to Salisbury this morning
t) be present at the marriage of
thier niece, Miss Ellie Barrier, who
is to wed Mr. Charles Brovn, a
prominent young merchant of Salis
bury. Tiae marriage takes place to
night at St. John's Evangelical Lu
theran church at 7:30 o'clock.
to cuke a roi.ii is oxi: day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure
Magistrate and Constable.
The following i the list cf nomi
nations for the cilice of magistrate
made by the Democrats and will be
voted for nest Tuesday:
A B louu sr. John A Hlinp
Joseph Young, U M. Woodman,
Phillip (Jorrell, J M Mabrey, II
McNamara, Jaco;; M Fwrr, Jamea
W Foil. Mi. R Will Johnston is
the nominee for the oflice of towns
Dr. Miles' Jti JPii7 are guaranteed to stop
XeaJac7ieIn20 minutes. "One cent a dose?
Dr. Miles' Pain Pills cure Neuralgia-
"Worth 45 and 50
Fifty-four inch La
dies' Cloth worth $1,
sold by others at 85c
and $1, our price only
Forty inch Blueretts,
worth 75c, sold
AT 50 C.
54 inch Boucles worth
$1, sold by us at
Read oar prices. We take the
monster HIGH PRICE by the
throat and hold him by making
prices on every line of goods kept by
us. We save tnij buying public
mouey. We only ask a comparison,
aud if we do not save you money on
your purchases we do not want your
SOTT FAH TQ SEE TDEH
Fifty -inch V.Ladies' Cloth,
worth 45 cents, only 37 cents.
Jacqnards, Etoniines, Mata
lasse in all the new colorings,
Only 4 and 5c yard. Heaviest
yv-uuu ul'sl quamy-uanton
WWnA 1 i. 5-.
Flannel Sk'. Flannel-"-:, .
ette for SMrting
only 10c yd,
WORTH 125 CENTS.
WHERE DID YOU GKT
It certainly is beautiful,
and My ! What a lit,
I bought this from Gibson
& Morrison. They always
keep a fnll line of fashionable
and cheap dress goods, and
they have Butterick's PaU
terns, which you will find the
most stylish and easiest to fit.
I always use these patterns.
Isn't my cape pretty, too?
Look what splendid material,
and the very latest style!
They get new wraps every few
And don' t forget their shoes.
Mine are soiruch admired and
make my foot look so 1 'swell"
and as for cheapness and wear
they are the best. Take my
advice and get your children
shoes there. They have them
all sizes and they will last till
you are tired of them. In
fact you will find anything
they sell you good and cheap.
Go to see them and you will
believe me. Fashion sheets
, Per Hi!
Guaranteed to All Investors
Investments both Large and Small
WHEN M DE WITH
Th1 New York invtment Co.
StocksBonds, Grain and Cotton
40 AND 4:2 BttOADWAY,
NEW: YORK CITY.
P- S. People who desireto have a steady and
ure income on sni.ii! or large investments
end for our explanatory, fre.
Offers to the business public a re
liable, peraiit ent, rouse' v ttive and
accoinod'itiug bansnnir iu-titutiou.
We solicit your business with the
assurance of honorable treatment
and due appreciaiiou of your paU
J If wo can servt-you at any time,
j we shall be gi td to have you come
, and see us.
Gapital and Sulplus $70,000.
D. B. COLTRANE, Cashier.
J. M. ODELL, Pres.
L. si XUC&EY, M iv.
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE: ST. CLOUD ANNEX
12', 15, 20, 25 and 50.
Our; 25 cent Vests have been re
duced from 30 cants.
Mens' - Underwear.
Shirts 15, 25, 41, 50 and $1 00, the
best valued ou tuo niirket. Pants
LADIES' UNION SUITS.
$1.00 and Si;?5
Big Burgairs ia Drt-ss Goods.
in the city,
When you want anything:
come and see us.
Tired and broken down women
will find that DR. KING'S ROYAL
GERf.iETUER is a priceless boon and
blessing to them. It gives appetite,
brings restful, refreshing sleep, aids
digestion, tones the nerves, builds up
the strength and puts disease and
pain to night. For
Including all menstrual and womb
difficulties, it has no superior used
both locally and internally. U is
Pleasant to take as lemonade, and
harmless at a;l times. New package,
iarge bottle, 103 Doses, One Dollar.
Sold by druggists. Manufactured
THE ATLANTA C!1E!!ICAL CO., Aiimts, Ga.
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FM ZIM'S Lit I'G 2 ORE
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