Arrival of Trains.
lie following change of schedule took
feet after 1 p. m. Nov. 15, 1896 .
arrives at 8.4s? a m,
"10 40 a m,
" 9.02 p m,
" D.'iT p m,
" 5-15 p ni, (lieign.
: 0 arrives at ( 17 a in,
" "10 07 am,
44 7 22 p in,
:;s u 44 9.02 pm,
I " 44 11.15 a in, (freight)
, , .T; :Y, :;7 and 38 stop only at Char
, Concord, Salisbury, Greensboro
I'.iii.ii. Passengers for local
- 1. 1 w . i those stations will have to
i'. Dea' i;::, ? leal reporter.
dvpot .iiid piform ia filled
subject of Mr. Bryan's great
a..:e tour is l'0.d Land Marks."
1 jr ycv.r money's worth of pleap
buy the Cinco cigar. dl7
he weather bureau promises us:
' and warmer weather tomor
row. C.Vocareis stimulate ii ver, kidneys,
ud bowels. Never sicken, weaken
t ;:ripe. 10c.
Register Weddington says busi
ness is unusually dull in the mar
riage license line for this time of
iQ firm of Harris & Keesler. of
Jhurlotte, '-'Id thek stock of goods
r Williams, H od A: Co., of the
!..:, ket store, th.vi city.
When work is finished on West
Ccrun street, the regular force will
be suspended until the exchequer
i.- in better condition.
The music class of Mi38 Fannie
Lippard will give a recital Friday
night, Dec. 18. A delightful pro
gramme will be rendered.
Miss Bettie M Johnson, on Spring
stre?t had slaughtered this morning
two fine porkers, which will net
her about 750 pounds of fresh meat.
Don't buy a Christmas present
till you ee8 what nice things we
have, as we received new poods to-
A. J. & J. F. Yorke.
. W II Wakefield of Charlotte.
..dl be in Concord at the St. Cloud
;-a Wednesday, Dec. 30th, one day.
His practice is limited to eye, ear,
r:ose and throat.
Mr. E M Honevcutt returned
irom Locust this morning. No ar
rests have yet been made in cjn
r,ition with the postofiice robbery
Ml '".sc Saturday night.
Wanted. Salesmen to handle
' n.brir?vii?r. Oils, Greases and Spe-
w. ilties as a side l;r. Liberal terms
reliable n;:rtiec Address the A
Timmins Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
I) 1' Joync, who has lor sev
ral years been an engineer at Can
non's factory, mostd to the coun
"Y today (Wednesday.) He will
1r3ate near Bost's Mills.
Rev. D A Braswell returned from
Ltxington this morning. He has
cuu ashling in a protracted meet
ing in the Methodist Protestant
hurch at that place, and reports
Uv Mkionr; tc th churcri.
c-Li:ac'co: D A Caldwell will
Vice an elevator in the Lore-King
adding, to be used by Dry &
' l?v7;)rth, who will occupy the
' floor as a store room for their
UiLoense stock of furniture.
Xo other remedy is so reliable, in
v. of sudden colds, or coughs, or
any and all derangements of the
'iroat ar.d Jungs, as Ayer's Cherry
iVctorai. This wonderful medicine
rds giai relief in consumption,
'n in the advanced stages of that
Our townsman W C Coleman has
cccivtd his endorsement -by the
jovernor and others as commis
icnsr to the Centennial Exposition
it Nashville to collect and classify
f V:e di?nlav of his race at that ex-
' bit. He will doubtless 'give the
matter due attention ana xne col
ored people of North Carolina will
well and creditably represented;
Gen. J uan Rius -Rivera the
name of Macro's success r. He was
?J in Porto Rico, bui in the fa
nanus "ten year war' h joined the
Cuban forees. He is Ea'd "to be a
fitting successor to the uUen hero.
Mr. II Wettstein. of Mareng 111.,
fotfnd thai; Ayer's Pills, taken when
?he first e.ynortom8 of la erimrjQ ?n-
(pear, prevent further progress of
! ite di?ea -e, and he has yet to fiad
Uhefit ca-u where the pi)h did
! not car,; the malady. Every doss
About 40 of the Populist and Re
publican j jdges of the recent elec
tion tAsLii l thnr hills fhr Hr-jiVac
rendeu l. They charged $2 50 per
day, r.-.j l ie bills rar.ged from 86
1 he. commissioners
j tee op.:iit:n ot the county attorneys
! that L.o judges are not entitled to
jany p,;y whatever, eo ail the:-e bills
i were .
j era tic ;
). N )i a siniiie Demo-
- f Tit. in f! h i f hn at .
- tha cc-anfy treasury was
:. e ' refnrm7' crowd alone.
Last r'wiic; Tow u Tsixcs.
1 nit ;su !-aM ycur t. x -& by the lat
of January. Iv iil have to settle
with Uic t-;n on tb it date, I hope
all peiootis owing th earns will cull
and settle v.t once. I will "be coaiv
pelled to advertise ii not paid by
that time. I hope yon will settle
and save cosU J. L. BoGEit.
Town Tax Collector.
Oct. 15. tf
111 in a Grove IIciuk.
Brother Svtfink" spent Saturday
evening and Sunday at u.Terusalem:'
Messrs. John and Emmet Fisher
came in Sunday in all their glory
and took two of our young ladies
out into the country to preaching,
Two of our carpenters fell off the
new warehouse at Patterson. Manu
facturing Company's Monday, but
neither wera seriously injured.
' Mrs. I Frank Patterson and son
spent Sunday at Enochville with
Dr. and Mrs. M L Stevens.
Misses Lelia Bostian and Nannie
Long have been confined to their
room3 for several days. We hope
to see them out soon.
Dr. Trexler, principal of China
Grovo High School, has bean elected
to fill a chair in the Newton College,
and will leave here pretty soon. We
would ba glad if some energetic
young man would come and secure
the school. We would like to see
our school keep pace with the town.
Bro. Wertz filled bis pulpit as
usual Sunday evening.
China Grove has quite a gloomy
appearance just now. Mud is
Dec. 15, 1S9G.
there any teasoa
t- j i i
norin- a great and
vital "fact simply be
cause a few preju
Vli A quated ideas of what
I constitutes moralitv
i Jfiu. ; ------ . '
ana moaesiy r rea
son and honesty say
certainly not. Mea
end women are at
tracted to each other
because they are men
and women and be
cause it is rig-ht arid
necessary that they
should be so at
tracted. The thing-i
that make a man at
tractive are the char
acteristics caused by
his inherent manli
ness by the strength
which makes him a
perfect man. The
same is true of wo-
ft'lv"- "t f-X t:tan. I net
? t::an: There is strong
Ml'ii v ?j '.I? attractiveness in per
feet health. There if
yj.rrr-ti'.t. a p . fnsn nation ana mae
r.-mnot be a rjerti
woman if she is not
Q:0y in perfect health. In
V just so nmeu a.& uci
iicknes affects the organs that make her a
woman, in just so much she loses attractive
ness. T'lis is the vital part of her health.
If anvthlng i wor.g there,' it may result ia
all m"c.n.: j; of ills all over the body, Care
less, or too busy, physicians frequently treai
the symptoms of this kind of disorder as
separate aud distinct ailments. The symp
toms arc many aud varied, so much so that
when a woman is sick in any way, the first
thought should be given to the organs dis
tinctly feminine. About g times in 10 the
cause of the trouble will be found there.
Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures all
disorders of this kind. There is no guess
work about it. There is no chance about it.
It is a fact that has' been demonstrated m 5c
eolid years of extensive practice.
Thousand of women have written grate
ful "letters, who have wished the Yhci
world of women to know the wonderful
things the " Prescription" has. done lot
' PERSONA r, POINTERS.
Sheriff Buchanan went over to
Cbarlo te this morning.
m Mr. J T Pounds has busine s
in Charlotte today.
Mr. S J Lowe went over to
Charlotte this morning.
Mr. George L Patterson is in
Capt. J M Odell went down on
the morning train to Bessemer C ty.
Mr. Jim Watson returned this
mortr.ng frum a trip to Salisbury.
Mrs. Ed. H Kali returned last
night from a visit to relatives in
J A Means, of Louisville, Ky.,
is in the city, registered at the fct.
Louis Craven, who has been
I very fick with tyuhoid fever is rt-
! .1 . i ,
pjritu mocii improved.
Miss Etta Cochrane returned to
Chariotte tnis morning, after a
p!eaaL,t visit to friends in the city.
Dr. S J Montgomery weni
down to Monroe this morning to
visit his little girl who is sick with
W V White, of Cincinnati,
passed through to Mt. Pleasant to
day, and will put up the engine for
the new cotton mill at ihat place.
For Over II.. y Sfearx
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It eoothes the cnild, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little suli'erer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
Twenty-fiye cents a bottle, Be sure
and ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth-
irg Syrup," and take no' other kind;
Senator Allison 111.
Dubdbue, Iowa., Dec. 15 Sena-
tor Allison is quite ill at his home
in this city and it will be some
time before he will be able co resune
hia seat in the Senate. .....
TUCUREA COLD IS ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Ail druggists refund the
money if it taila to cure. 25c.
For Iieit. ,
F V SnelPa 5 room house back of
graded school. See
A. L. Sappenfield.
When in, need oi Fire Inauiance,
call and sefe us, or vi ite. V? e i epre
sent only first-clat i fiome and For
WOODH 'UE & HAIiBIS.
L.M ARC HEY, M D,
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, ,N, C.
3FFICE: ST, CLOUD ANNEX
must 0, only a few
left. Our line that has
been selling at 75 es
lor 50 cents. Our line
sold by us at $1.00 re
duced to 75 cents.
Rugs ! Rugs !
Moquette Rugs at 75
cents fringed. Velvet
Rugs at $1.00 " fringed.
No such values ever
offered in Rugs. We
-in i i
are acruamy seumg
rugs for less money
than ever nearapi.
and Price -Makers
for Concord v .
Everybody k flag.
! In order to do the
; correct tiling make
useful presents, some
thing that can be used
from day to day, al
ways a happy re
minder. Don't fail to see our
Rugs, Curtains, Tow
els, Chenille and Dam
ask Curtains. White
Quilts 85 cents to
Special prices on
Rugs. Don't miss our
A NEW LOT OF
just in from New York, The
very latest style. Eyery one
a bargain. Come at once and
We want, particularly to
call your attention to our
Laides and Children.
Theare known as "Long
Wearers.' ' Every one who
tries them come back when in
need of another f pair. Our
line of Children Shoes can
not be excelled. ;Try them
and be conyinced.
A Nice Line or.
We are daily addingjto our
stock in all its line. Will
take great pleasure i:.3howN
ing our goods. ,
Come to seJus
New line of Zephyr, about 50
$1.00 muffs for t cents.
Heavv 4-i sheeting 5 cents,
Heavy Plaids H cents.
Silk Handkerchiefs for Chrktaw
?, J j ' J ? i
j Offers to the brsinesa publi.' . re
liable, perniareiiT, conserve k ru.J
1 accomodating bui.hiL.ir iotit liticri-
We solicit your business with hx
assurauco of in-Mfu-tihie tve;itui-nt
aud due appreciation of yo ;r )dl"
If we can serve you at any tin.e,
we snail be sl id to Lave y. u couw
and see us.
D. B. COLT 11 AXE, Cashier.
J. M. ODELL, Pres.
tea : iu-l i,i
3 iTI T1 7s O tL
E ts, xii-Z-lii.
,3 cc !s5 2
, i-J q: rr - o
j A r cr I
Are the joy and sunlight of our
homes. Use all care to keep the
little ones in health. Do not give
them nauseous doses. You can
overcome their v.-ubles with Dr,
I Hi! Hi
ill y & w
They all like to take it because it
does not taste like a medichie,
but like a lemonade. It cures colic
in young children, overcomes all
bowel, troubles, gives good digestion,
and quiet, healthful sleep.
As a tonic for weak children and
as a remedy for use in teething, it is
the greatest in the world..
C3TSold by Druggists, new package,
large bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollar
Manufactured only by
l frt Etlflntfl (Ta
mo a uan ia vutiuivj-i w. bmwwj
Write for 43-Pge Book, 3Ue4 Free.
FH 7 R'DRUG Si OBI.
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