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Oranted License By the Supreme
Court. Names of the New Barris
ters. The Supreme Court has turned out
another lot of lawyers, this time 55 of
them. They ar:
F. Is. Blue, of Cumberland; D. F.
Carlton, Duplin; B. L. Campbell.
Cleveland; W. It. Braswell, Robeson
J. A. Gavin, Duplin; J. a. Giles'
Stokes; A. M. MeGlamery, Davie- J
N. Kenny. Bertie; A, J. Medlfn, Wake:
II. O. Sapp, Forsyth; H. N. Sims,
Wake; D. J. ThuiBton, Johnston; C D
Weeks. Duplin; 1.. . Cannon, Cald
well; J. W. Price, New Hanover; Dori
Ria (JUlis. Buncombe; p. D. Staehwell
Pender; Morris Meyers. Buncombe- A
S. Grady. Duplin; V. J. Hannah, Hay
wood; Van D. Norwood, Haywood- It
S. MeCoin, Guilford; D. H. Blair. For
syth; W. J. McCracken, Haywood; C
K. Beet, Orange; TV. P. Hosier. Nan
semond county, Va.; Charles Wheclbe
IVrquimans: Settle Dr.rkery. ftlch
inond; P. H. Williams, Pasquotank; P
M. Thompson, Wayne; D. E. Mclver,
Munro; F. B. Butler, Sampson; S. W.
Minor. Granville; L. P. ilcLoud, Bun
combe; M. F. Van Gilder. Buncombe;
It. W. Brown, Buncombe; It. B. Bush,
Caldwell; R. Li. Gray, Wake; W. H.
Vouiik, Wake; H. N. Hart. Buncombe;
J. W. Whitney. Polk; W. A. Stewart,
l.Hinctt; 11. N Ijockwood. Buncombe;
W. H. tJreen, Franklin; J. F. Jordan,
IVaftklin; W. i Savage, Buncombe;
K. Slsk. Macon; I,. D. Culley,
Jr., Wayn ; A. S. Ballon, lOdgecomlje;
T. 1'-. Le. lavie; C. K. Palmer, Craven;
M. i;. Stlckley, Cabarrus; D. K. Pope,
M cklenburs; P. N. Avirett, West Virginia.
Bucklen's Am ca Salve.
The beat salve in tbe woild for
C : U, Biuises, Sores, Tetter, Ohapn
min Eruptions and pos iteiy enures
Klen or no pay vequted. It ie
tr iiriinttitid to give perfect ni-fac;
t n or nioi oy refunded ?v;o. 25
CvntH per box. Fr sale by fimwell
Si Dunn whrlAsR -Kii rc'Vll
IN WESTERN CAROLINA.
Nettle ball games and boat riding
are most popular in the city of Trout.
Mr. Walter Latham is visiting: her
parents near Solitude.
A series of meetings is in progress
at Sheepshank church. Jefferson Re
porter. CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
PLENTY OF ROOM.
It Is calculated from the book of
Revelation, 20th chapter and 16th
verse, that there Is ample room in
heaven for 297,000,000,000,000 people, or
an many as the world would produce
in 100,000 centuries. Roanoke World.
11 nevllle Circuit Appointments.
Harrison 1st and 3rd Sutdns, It
m.. frfinday school at 10 a. in., W. E. Cun
Pinevlllf 2nd and 4th Sundays 11 a
m.. Sunday srhool at 10 m 8 p ni , J no.
A. Y:mi ta, supetinte' tlent
Mtrvin 1st and 8rd Sui-uittys 3 p n
Pund y school at 10 a ra nnd 1-80 p m
Geo W. Sutton, supt.
Hebron 2nd and 4th Hundavs. 8 p. m ,
ttnndiy 8 'Itool 10 a. m and 130 p. m
Chm. M. Campbell, supt
Tnos W. Smith P. C.
KLONDIKE AT HOME.
A Kansas man who couldn't go to
the Klondike stayed at home and
committed suicide, thereby serving the
same purpose at much less expense.
St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Uned in Germany.
Goi-w Grease has bren used in Germitn
fo: tuoiisKiids of years for Khenniitim
N urttlia, Rprains. bribes, etc . a-:d fount
to he 't'l!' mos' re table remedy known. Al
ways Pol i uuder gurnlee If it does yon
no go d t ik il back to your dn;riis' ard
lft yi ur mony Made only by Goom
Greaite Liniment Co., Oren burn, i-. C
Apr 10-1 v.
THREATENED WITH DEATH.
It 1 learned that the people of Kitty
Hawk ordered the " "Lynchiltes," or
"sanctified band," to leave that vicinity
on pain of death. They immediately
V- f llaby was Mck, we gave : rworio.
W . nshRSaOiIM, .iect-ll fct a-storio.
.-n she bwnme Miss, h clung to Ca-storia.
Tfhsn she hud CuiMren. sbo gave them Cftstoria,
A HOG FROM IOWA,
ft was an Iowa man who took his
Kill to the theatre and then claimed
th - Vicycle that her ticket drew. Wrhat
UhO could a hop like that have for a bi
. ie. Exchange.
Gof se Grease Liniment will care you of
RheuamtiBtn. neuralgia, toothache, head
acbo, pair.s In side or ba k, snd in ffict
every pain yon have If it docs not Co
thM tfUe the bottle b-.ck to v. if druggist
sd I got your morey. Sold y all t''g
giets Atr 10 ly
asy to Take
asy to Operate
Arc features peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small In
size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. A one man
tali: You never know yon
have taken a pill till it is all
over." 25c. C. I. Hood & Co..
Vi-onnetor. Lowell, Mass.
The ouly pllU to Uk with ll6wl' sr jkurUU.
T. L. ELLIOTT.
. Monnmcntal Works.
Granite Monumen's a Spec lty
AGENTS FOR IRON FENCES
Ho 835 W. Tiade Street, Cb ilotte, . C
Vr iK'onnetf'm tmd fr-? Handbook write to
" Ut ;o & CO., sat Fboadway. New York. -.
-4Ucsr bureau for etft'trlna patent In Amcric
EMryr,aei"T!tlWiTuttiyu8is brought before
" U j.i-iic hr a m.t.c tlveu free of charge ia the
I. -r.v.: of r.-.i-.' f-nti3c panor In th
wv.'.j. ;-.o:er..!tu.v i.iutntied. No tutoiiii-'fnl
an irotil.l Vo vlthour it. VpkJj. 3.00
roi8u.V fix ir-jntiiH. Adirpsa. 11U
. 80 1 ttruttdar. Sw Vur Ciur.
People Relieved to Know That the
Tramp Suspected of Having Yellow
Jack Had Only Halariai Fever
Opening of Mt. Zion College.
Death of fl ss BH.coe.
Correspondence of The News.
WINNSBORO, Sept. 29 Winnsboro
is at present progressine. She began
the fall -with three new stores a rack
et, a confectionery and a grocery store.
Mount Zion Collepe has opened with
a larije number of pupils. The new
teachers are Miss Oakley, of Tennessee;
Miss Agnes Rice, of Union, and Prof.
Lef nnt Davis, of Columbia.
News was received here Monday of
the death in Atlanta, of Mrs. W. B. t
Briscoe. She was the wife of Rev. W. t
B. Briscoe, who was at one time pastor
of the Baptist church here. Her death '
is a sad blow to her many friends in !
THE FEVER SUSPECT,
ft is" indeed a relief to know that
Winnsboro has not been harboring for
a day or more a yellow fever patient.
The whole town was excitedSover a
tramp who hailed from New Orleans,
and was observed by many to be sick
and suffering. However, the idea of
yellow fever did not suggest itself to
anyone until after he boarded the train
and began to show rather alarming
symptoms. The train was stopped five
miles north of Columbia, where a
Charleston physician was telegraphed
for. After making a thorough exami
nation he stated the tramp was suffer
ing from malarial fever and not yellow
fever, to the relief of every one, espe
cially the Winnsboro people. During
his stay here he visited a number of
houses begging for food.
Prof. David Q. Dwight leaves today
for Charleston, after spending the sum
mer at home.
Miss Annie Davis left Monday for
Columbia to begin her studies at the
South Carolina College. A. M. C.
VALUE AND USE OF COTTON-SEED
"Cotton-seed waste, which a genera
tion ago accumulated at the gin-house,
filled up the streams, rotted in the
fields, and became an irritating nui
sance, is now worth about thirty mil
lion dollars a year," writes William
George Jordan on "Wonders of the
World's Waste," in the October
Ladies' Home Journal. "Every bale
of cotton leaves a legacy of half a ton
of seed, which, it is said, brings the
planter nearly as much as his cotton.
The oil is used for finer grades of soap,
as a substitute for lard, and is so near
olive oil that an expert can hardly de
tecfc the difference. The hulls are fed
to cattle, make an excellent fuel, are
valuable as paper stock, and when
burned the ashes make a fertilizer
which is most efficacious. It has
recently been discovered that cotton
need oil, with the 9-dditlon of eighteen
per cent, of crude India rubber, makes
an imitation which cannot be distin
guished from genuine rubber."
MAT BE PEARL BRYAN'S SKULL.
William Parson ,a boatman, while
d'gging for coal in the Medoc sandbar,
near Cincinnati, on the Kentucky side
of the Ohio river, found a skull, the
lower Jaw of which was gone. In the
upper jaw were nine teeth. Two front
teeth were gold filled. An expert den
tist says it is a skull of a woman be
tween eighteen and twenty-three years
old. It is supposed to be that of Pearl
Bryan, for whose murder Jackson and
Walling were hanged.Should that prove
true, it has been In the river over nine
The keeper of Elmwood and Pinewood
cemeteries makes the following report
for the month of September:
Elmwood Total number of deaths,
10. Male adults, 2; female, 3; children,
5. Causes of death: Heart disease, 3:
catarrhal phthsis, 3; worms. 1; still
born, 1; inanition, 1; acute gastritis, 1:
typhoid fever, 1; epilepsy, 1.
Pinewood Total number of deaths, 9.
Male adults. 2: female, 3; children, 4;
Causes of death: Still born, 1: scrofula
1; menengitis.l; mal-nutrition.l hemor
rhage of lungs, 1; fever, 1; child birth.
I; pneumonia, 1; ovarian tumor, 1.
BISHOP CHESHIRE RETURNS.
The Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount Cheshire,
Jr., 1). D., Bishop- of this Diocese, re
turned yesterday from his trip to Eng
land. Bishop Cheshire sailed in June
last to be present at the Lambeth Con
ference, which held its sessions in Lon
don duiing the month of July. There
were two hundred Bishops from all
parts of the world at this conference.
The Bishop looks well, but finds a great
pressure of work awaiting him on his
return. Raleigh Press.
SHUT OUT FROM CHURCH.
Rather a novel thing occurred here
writes the Raleigh correspondent of the
Newbern Journal. At one of the
churches where a revival is going on, a
party of ladies and gentlemen went to
the doors, rather late, and were told
that no one else could enter unless upon
a case of emergency for the congrega
tion could not be disturbed.
FOR WORKING GIRLS.
New York has opened an evening
high school for the use of working girls
and women. Education is one of those
good things of which we cannot have
too much, and the move for putting it
within the reach of those laboring un
der more than ordinary disadvantages
is a direct one toward the higher civi
lization. Baltimore American.
Among the horse swappers on the
streets here this week was a woman.
This is something new, so far as we
know, for this place. Women do almost
every kind of work that men do, they
act as barbers, ride bicycles, and play
baeeball. and now here comes a woman
to court to swap horses. Chatham
AST OFF COLOR RECEPTION.
Penswipe What do you suppose the
people of Asheville treated the newspa
per men so yellow?
Doublelead That was their way of
making the boys fell at home. The ;
Ashevilieites thought the boys repre
sented the yellow- journals. Philadel
phia North American.
A MOORE COUNTY MINE.
S. R. Harrison returned Wednesday
night from Moore county where he has
been looking after the mining property
owned y himself and Mr. Sam Linton.
Mr. Harrison brought home some ore
j which will yield "52.000 to the ton. Sev-
! eral northern capitalists are expec-.cn
i down soon to inspect tbe nine with a
'view to purchasing it. Salisbury Sun.
ONE LEGGED CHALLENGE.
Walter Pool wishes hereby to chal
lenge John Lillycrop of Charlotte, to a
bicycle race at this place, the Charlotte
man to chose the date. These are the
two one-legged riders who rode in the
races here yesterday. Salisbury Sun.
DO NOT ATTEND CHURCH.
The people of Hillsboro do not attend
church like they used to. We are in
formed that some of them who have no
good excuse so far as is known, have
not heard a regular sermon ip any
church, in nearly twenty-five years.
HOW HE KNOWS IT.
Dr. Sanarclli knows that he' has-dis
coyeredthe. ,germ of yellow fever- be
cause-he"tfied it on five persons- -tmd
every one of them died of the diseased.
There s professional enthusiasm for
you. piiiladjelphia Ledger.
JUDGE KLGORE'S SUCCESSOR.
Bv TelegTaph to the News.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1. The Presin
det has appointed ex-Representative
Hosea Townsend, of Silver Cliff, Col.,
as United States Judge for the South
ern Judicial District of Indian Terri
toryvto succeed, the late Judge Kilgore.
HEALTH MEANS a perfect cojidi-"
tioo, of. thesvholasystem. Pure blood is J
Sarsaparilla makes pure blood and thus
gives health and happiness. 4
HOOD'3 PILLS are the favorite fam
ily cathartic and liver medicine. Frlc
V.w I,, 1 .it, -i i ' -- .. i v' i. -
WANT TO BUY FARMS..
People From Other States Who Want
to Settle Here.
The following persons, residing In
other Staes, wish to buy farming lands
in North Carolina: A. N. Daywltt,
Frankfort, Ind., (any kind); L, P. Clau
sen. Hamilton. Ohio, (land suitable
field, Vt.. (any kind); John W.
for cattU raising); C. A. Dean, Spring
Hughes, 1203 Adams street. Toledo.
Ohio, (stock and general farming); F.
J. Humphrey, Mansfield, Ohio, (fruit
growing); L. A. Weiss, ClrcKevllle,
Ohio, (grain and grass growing); Dr.
S. E. Campbell, 1307 Broadway, Bay
City, Mich., (for general farming. In a
healthy locality): Geo. F. Veitt. 461
Main street, Norfolk, Va., (poultry and
gardening); N. S. Jackson, 525 New
Jersey avenue, N. W., Washington. D.
C; JameS F. Cam pan, Reading, Mich.,
(any kind); John W. Woodhull, Som
erton. Pa., (suitable for a colony); F.
E. Simon, Youngstown, Ohio, (any
kind); Dr. F. L. Avery, Hustburg,
Tenn., A. D. Braden, 928 W. Eighth
street. Canton, Ohio; Frank W.
Smyth, Foxboro, Mass.; Anjthony
Baumann, Scranton, Pa.
THE IDEAL HOSTESS.
She must make you feel individually
that you are the favored guest.
She must make you feel perfectly at
She must see everything, and yet
possess the art of seeming to see noth
ing. She must never look bored.
She must know how to get congenial
She must know how to keep conver
sation always going.
She must never let any one be slight
ed or overlooked.
She must know who to ask the ama
teur musician to display his or her tal
ents. She must remember that nothing is
so tiresome, so surely death to all en
joyment, as the feeling that one is be
ing entertained. Exchange.
"OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS."
Some features of the Canadian sytem
of branch-banking have come in for
strong approval by bankers on this side
of the line, and now it appears that the
system of postal savings banks invogue
among our Canuck neighbors has met
the approval of Postmaster General
Gary and will receive commendation in
his forthcoming report. It would ap
pear, indeed, that there are so many
admirable things concentrated in our
neighboring Dominion of the "Lady of
the Snows" not excepting the Klon
dyke gold fields that it may yet
be necessary to annex it to the United
States in order to round out the destiny
of both and make this country not on
ly the "model republic" that it is but
the richest and most prosperous on the
face of the globe. Chicago Tribune.
NOT SO FUNNY AFTER ALL.
A bright idea struck a Providence,
Rhode Island, coal man to have a little
innocent amusement, so he gilled a big
chunk of coal, labelled it "a Klondike
nugget, value $9,000," put it in his show
window afid went home counting on the
fun he was going to have next day
watching the people who came to get
a look at the nugget. But he didn't
have the fun, for before morning some
fellow wbo-took a look also smashed
his plate-glass window and took the
nugget. He didn't see any fun in shell
ing out the cash that it took to replace
the plate glass. Wilmington Star.
After being In operation only a few
weeks, the branctt of a Paterson (N. J.)
silk mill which was established at
Greensboro. N. C. has been closed and
the machinery will be returned to Pat
erson. While It may be too early to es
tablish silk mills in th South, the times
are ripe for cotton, wool and iron mills,
as has been demonstrated. The silk
mills will come alon?r after a while
when the South produces raw silks and
wears more silk than she does now.
PEACHES - GRAFTED ON DOG
WOOD. A correspondent- of the Statesville
Landmark writes that Mr. Asa Jones,
of Ashe county, has a peach orchard
that is something new. The trees are
grafted on wild dogwood stocks. They
are loaded with peaches this year. Mr.
Jones says that they hardly ever fail to
bear fruit and that the life of the tree
is several years longer than the ordi
nary. HOW CHARLOTTE DOES IT.
Every one in North Carolina should
study Charlotte and her ways. Every
man or woman from Charlotte is a
walking, talking advertisement for
their town. Nothing is too good or
great to say of their home. Every pa
per published there is a Charlotte pa
per. By these and other mutual ef
forts her people have built up a town
of which not only they, but the State,
is proud. They stick together and
work for the common good. By help
ing each other they help themselves.
LOW PRICE OF COTTON.
The Rock Hill Herald today says:
"The low price of cotton is tening on
the trade of the country. The streets
of the towns in this section are with
out the crowds and bustle so common
In the cotton selling season and no one
market seems to have advantage over
the other in respect to the crowds in
quest of merchandise. The streets of
Charlotte show the effects of the pre
vailing dullness and the papers of that
city are discussing the matter very
SOUTHERN'S INCREASED TRAF
FIC. The Salisbury Sun learns that
freight is picking up on the Southern
considerable these days. Within
twelve hours last night over a dozen
freight trains were sent out from
Spencer. It is also learned that the
Southern has just let a contract to
the Lenoir City, Tenn., Car Wheel
Foundry for 250 coal cars, to be de
livered as soon as possible.
ENTITLED TO TWELVE WIVES.
His Majesty of Siam is liberal with
his orders. He recently gave an Ital
ian painter (for painting one of the
wives from a photograph) "the ' Grand
Cross of the Siamese Crown." It is
rather a large order. "This cross,"
said his Majesty, graciously, "will en
title you to marry 12 wives; It Is a dis
tinction I seldom confer, so I hope you
will soon make good use of it."
) N C E R N f N G BAKERS VILLE.
' Richmond Times says. "Bakers-
N. C. will hardly be on the next
Not an Andree pigeon or an air
there this season." Since those
people have learned to confine
selves to Jamaica ginger, they
se1 ns many strange things now
ey once did. Press Visitor.
GOT DAMAGES FROM A DENTIST.
In Haywood Superior Court Miss
Maggie McCracken has sued dentist
Henry Smathers, alleging that a tooth
he had filled for her caused her to suf
fer for a long time as a result of the
dentist's work. The verdict was for
the plaintiffs giving her judgment for
$575 and cost.
' ' A CHILD'S HEALTH
depends almost wholly on the mother's,
not only . bef ere lis birth but after
wards. A .sick mother" can't -.property
care for her child's health. A sick
mother sometimes bears a healthy
child,but itisn't. t,o be expected. May
be the babj will possess theappear-.
ance of health, but will lack stamina.
May-be innaes. weakness will develop in
after years. Every woman should be
particularly careful of her health du
ring ihe period of gestation when the.
child Is really a part or herself. During
all this time, she should keep iier body
strong- and pure, and she "should take
proper precautions against her time of
labor. For this purpose Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is prescribed. If
has been used in thousands of cases,
with the most gratifying results. It Is
a tonic to the whole body, but particu
larly to the .organs distinctly feminine."
It so prepares the system for childbirth,
as to render it it- almost painless. It
cures-all female Ircnbles and promotes
-regularity. -.- .
A BIG DEFICIT.
The Treasury Running Behind Three
nillion Dollars a Quarter. McKin
ley and the Whole Administration
Correspondence of the News.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1. The Treas
ury deficit is still the fly In the admin
istration's milk. The deficit for the
third month of the first quarter of the
fiscal year, which closed yesterday, was
not so great as for the first two months
of the quarter, but that was because of
a heavy decrease in expenditures and
not because of any large increase in re
ceipts. The deficit for the quarter Is in
the neighborhood of $30,000,000, and
there is no good reason for expecting
that it will be much less in the second
quarter, although members of the ad
ministration are now predicting that
the receipts of the government will
equal the expenditures by the first of
January. It Is known that this contin
ued deficit has been a source of consid
erable worry to Mr. McKinley and his
cabinet, and believed that it was one
of the reasons why the administration
was so willing to have the sale of the
Union Pacific Railroad rushed before
Congress meets. They count upon the
government's share of the purchase
money to increase the available cash
in the Treasury.
HANNA NEEDS M KINLEY.
Mr. McKinley has returned to Wash
ington, but his traveling isn't done for
the season, as Boss Hanna needs him
in his business, and has arranged
another trip to Ohio for him. It is un
derstood that this trip will be made the
latter part of this month and that while
in Ohio Mr. McKinley will make at
least one speech for Hanna, If a- little
things like consistency cut any figure
with the Hanna-MrKinley combine, It
would be pertinent to ask if there was
impropriety in the Secretary of State
taking part In the Ohio campaign why
the President can do so with propriety?
TAKE A RECESS.
Tbe little gathering of goldbugs call
ing themselves a "monetary commis
sion" and claiming to represent the en
tire country has, after dividing them
selves up into committees on metallic
currency. demand obligations, and
banking, taken a recess until October
11. So far as the public is concerned
they might just as well have adjourned
PENSIONS HELP HANNA.
The machinery of the Pension Bureau
is being unblushlngly used to help
along the campaign of Boss Hanna in
Ohio. A number of clerks have been
transferred to the middle division, in
which Ohio is, from another division,
in order to expedite all applications for
citizens of Ohio now pending, and in
order that all pension inquiries made
by Ohio Congressmen may be answered
the same day they are received. Of
course, this is not fair towards appli
cants for pensions in other States, but
it allows the Ohio voter to see what
"pull" Hanna has. and after election
Ohio applicants will cease to be espec
It is announced that the Commission
er of Patents had decided to disbar
John Wedderburn & Co., from practice
before the United States Patent Office,
THE P. M. O. APOLOGIZED.
There was a very warm time in the
office of the Postmaster General this
week, which resulted in an apology
from the Postmaster General to "Dick"
Kerens, the Missouri Republican- boss.
The row started when Kerens produced
a mandatony order from McKinley di
recting that a man selected for post
master at Kirkville, Mo., by the Post
master General, should not be appoint
ed. Mr. Gary got so mad that he ac
cused Kerens of wanting to have em
bezzlers appointed postmasters in Mo.
Then the Missouri boss got "on'his ear"
and made things so hot for Mr. Gary
that he was glad to close the incident
by making an apology. What really
made Mr. Gary mad was that Mr. Mc
Kinley would not allow him to appoint
man postmaster who was opposed
GOLD CERTIFICATES MAY BE IS
SUED. There has been some talk in New
York banking circles of the possibility
of the Treasury Department issuing
gold certificates, now that gold is pil
ing up in the vaults and currency is
decreasing.This discussion lp chiefly
due to a dispatch received in Wall
street to the effect that recently there
has been some informal discussion
among the treasurv officials on the
subject of the desirability of this
course. Continuing, the dispatch says
that Cecretary Gage is confronted by
a decision made by Secretary Carlisle
that when the treasury gold fell below
$100,000,000, gold certificates could not
be Issued against it, nor even If the re
serve went above $100,000,000. unless
the issue was specially authorized by
Congress. President Cannon of the
Chase National Bank saw nothing that
made the issue of gold needful: but
said that the issuance of such certifi
cates was entirely within the province
of Secretary Gage.
GOV. RUSSELL P. G. H.
North Carolina's Chief Executive
may have his enemies, but no one can
charge him with being unknown. We
were today talking with a Chicago
gentleman, who had recently been to
Madison Wis. In that far off city, he
mentioned his prospective trip to this
State. The person to whom he spoke at
once began to tell him of Governor
Russell and the railroad commission,
and wound up by saying, "You know
Russell, of North Caroilna, and Plngree
of Michigan, are Past Grand Hell rais
ers in the Order of American states
men." Raleigh Times.
DEATH OF MAJ. GINTER..
Maj. Lewis Ginter, perhaps the rich
est man in Virginia, and one whose
public spirit and broad charity have
made his name familiar throughout,
the South, died Saturday night ;at
Westbrook, his picturesque country
home a few miles to the northwest of
Richmond, where the greater part of
the last years of his busy and suc
cessful life had been spent.
SERTOUS AT SCRANTON.
cor? A-MTrnvj MIsa Oct. 3. There
were two deatns here today Alice Del
mas, 4 years old. daughter of I. P. Del
mas, city clerk and Domlnick Desmond.
It was impossible to get an orriciai re-
nnrt nf-thA niimhor of new cases, but
' - - .
there are many and some of them are
very sick. The situation is quite seri
ous. REFUGEES IN FAYETTEVILLE.
It is learned that there are in Fayet-
vllle a number of refugees from the yel
lov fever infected districts, and some
f the coiored 'bishops ia aliendiict
upon the religious gathering there hail
from region? where the fever is preval
ent. Wilmington s quarantine .officers
will see that none of these parties come
this way. Wilmington Star.
SAM HOUSTON'S REMAINS.
It is reported that an effort will be
made to remove the remains of Colonel
Sam Houston from Huntsville, Tex.,
to Tennessee. East Texas will not per
mit this, a Republic correspondent
says. Every citizen will rise up and
refuse that the dust of the Texas hero
be disturbed. It belong to the State
TO EXTEND TELEPHONE SYSTEM
One of the officials of the Bell Tele
phone Company, stated to the railway
commission that it intended to estab
lish long distant telephone connections
between very town of prominence in
North Carolina and also connection
with northern cities.
The quarantine against cattle from
the infected cattle districts of North
Carolina- has been extended for a pe
riod of forty-five days. This Is on ac
count of the existence of tuberculosis
among cattle in some sections of the
The Youngr" ' Men's Republican
League will -hold a State convention in
Raleigh October. 19th. 1 "
"Economy and strength are combined
k Hood's Sarsaparilla. Every bottle
contains 100 doses and wUL-averag to
last taoxoA -K. . t. jr--.-w .i, ' '-
FIGHTING FOR ITS CONTROL
The Ryan and Hoffman Interests
Flghfrg For the Control of the
Seaboard Air Line.
A Norfolk, Va., dispatch says:
"Thomas F. Ryan, F. M. Colston and
Henry Crawford, moving .spirits In the
syndicate that is now endeavoring to
secure contiol of the Seaboard Air
Line, arrived here today. There have
been several conferences between
them and certain large stockholders in
the big southbound system, but Just
what this portends It is not easy to say;
but that the syndicate is using every
means In its power to obtain control of
the property there Is no doubt. The
three gentlemen seem to be very con
fident of success, but on the other hand
the Seaboard officials, while very re
ticent, seem to have absolutely no fear
of the syndicate. They declare that the
injunction recently obtained in Ports
mouth restraining Ryan from voting
the Seaboard stock at the coming an
nual meeting will eventually thwart
the plans of the syndicate. Mr. Ryan
and his party leave for the north to
night. THE FARMER'S CREED.
The following is suggested by Pro
fessor Irby. of the North Carolina
State College as the sort of creed to
which all progressive farmers should
subscribe and religiously adhere:
We believe In small, well tilled
farms; that the soil must be fed as
well as the pwner, so that the
crops shall make the farm and farmer
We believe in thorough drainage, In
deep plowing, and in labor saving; im
plements. We believe In good fences, barns
conveniently arranged, good orchards,
and gardens and plenty of home .raised
hog and hominy.
We believe in raising pure bred stock
or in grading up the best to be gotten;
they equal the thoroughbreds.
We believe In growing the best varie
ties of farm crops and saving the choic
est for seed.
We believe in fertilizing the brain
with phosphorous as well as applying
it to the soil.
We believe In the proper care and
application of barnyard manure.
We believe that the best fertilizers
are of little value unless accompanied
by industry, enterprise and intelli
gence. We believe in rotation, diversification
and thorough cultivation of crops.
We believe that every farm should
own a good farmer and every good
farmer wil eventually own a good
. A good listener always has more
friends than a good talker.
A mortgage on a home is a sure pre
ventive of happiness.
The man with empty pockets has
no business at a church fair.
The man who earns a nickel and
spends a dollar will nevei get f lch.
Ham sandwiches are sometimes
made of almost everything but ham.
Some men never see the wall in
the way until they break their heads
A woman can look well on a very
little while a man can lok ill on a
Be true to your friends and be very
careful never to have a confidential
It makes a hen cackle tremendously
when she lays a bigger egg than her
next nest neighbor. Florida Times
Union. AN UN DUTIFUL SECRETARY.
"I would like to find some good,
bright young fellow who would act as
my private secretary," said the states
man. "What has become of the one you
"Had to let the idiot go. I told him
to fix up my speech for the press and
put in the '(laughter)' wherever he
thought it appropriate, and he jammed
it right after one of my finest flights,
declaring my undying love for the
flag." Indianapolis Journal.
TRIED TO PUSH PROSPERITY.
A new scheme of forcing prosperity
has been defeated at Elizabeth City.
John W. Lackey, a negro, has been
there for some time telling the negroes
that he represented Northern capital
ists who wished to lend money, In
sums of $1,000 or $2,000, to Republican
negroes without interest. The only
charge was a fee of $3 to be paid him.
In default of bond Mayor Banks sent
him to Jail to await court. He then
tried to bribe the mayor, but found
that he had tackled the wrong man.
FELL DEAD AT THE BAR:
Tom Bcyd, a colored train hand on
the Scotland Neck road, fell dead at
Tillery Monday morning while in the
act of taking a drink of liquor. He
had come down on the freight from
Weldon and had gone into a bar for
a drink. The bartender had turned to
get a glass of water for him, and when
he turned around Boyd fell to the floor
before taking the liquor. He expired
in a few minutes.
TO TURN LUNATICS LOOSE.
A startling expedient has been re
sorted to as a means of relieving the
congestion in the Maine State asylum
for the Insane. The asylum has a nor
mal capacity of 629, but recently the
number of patients was Increased to
35. It was necessary to take some ac
tion, and prepare a list of all patients
who could, in his Judgment, be safely
eleased. This order will turn at least
206 lunatics loose upon the community.
MONEY IN MULES
"The Kentucky breeder of mules Is
rather elated at present over the prices
of this class of live stock." said Mr.
W. H. Britton of the Blue Grass State.
"There has been an Increase in the
value of mules of more than 25 per
cent, over last year, and there is con
siderable speculation in them, owing
to the active demand. Mules that sold
last year from $10 to $50 are now bring
ing from $20 to $70. They are being
shipped to Memphis to be used in im
proving the levees or tne Mississippi;
n Penngvlvmtia. and West Virginia
for service In the coal mines, and even
n fur as the Island of Jamaica ror
work on the fruit plantations." Wash
ington Post. -.
ti.oih is considerable interest in this
part of the State in the threat of Sen
ator Tillman to resign as Senator and
run for Governor in the interest of the
dispensary. His threat is aiscouniea
from the .fact that the election for
Governor is a long time off and this Is
looked upon as mere brag. The Sen
ator's record shows that he holds on
..ni enmcthino' Vtrp4 nresents itself.
Columbia Correspondent Augusta
rierfiii how much health has
to do with married happiness. Sickness
affects the temper. You can't be happy
it vou're ailing.
When you find yourself irritable, easily
worried, beginning to "run-aown n s
because your blood Is getting poor.
You need richer blood ana more or ii.
Your blood-making organs need to be
vitalized by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery. It imparts new power
to produce an anunaance or neaiiny,
rw pnrnnsripH. and eives vou a fresh
supply of pure, rich blood. It's a- blood
creator; it is for everyone whose blood
is impure or in a poor, "run-aown con
dition. It prevents the germs of dis
fa cp from c-ettine- a hold on your sys
tem. Even after disease is settled on
17 nil t itriwn nut bv the blood-creat
ing properties of the "Discovery." It Is
a perfect- cure for general ana nervous
debility, catarrh, malaria, eczema, ery
cinnUi and evrv form nf blnr.d-disase.
It-Isn't called a-coasumption-cure but
even consumption, wnicn nas it roots
in the blood ia driven out by the "Gol
den Medical Discovery" if. taken in
timo Th "nisw.verv" ia the oreSArio
tionof one of the most eminent physi
cians ana meaiesu writers in uus coun
try- "7 . x - ; ' .
-It is reported that Mr." Cleveland is
amhfHmia in fvnraMjnt iNew Jersev
in the" United" Stales Senate.
ERS KIKE'S FINE OPENING.
Large Number of New Students at the
Due West ln.titutlon.
Correspondence of the News.
DUE WEST, S. C, Oct. L Rev. W.
W. Orr. the college agent, met the boys
in Charlotte and accompanied them
to Due West. There are more new
students this year than has ever been
since the college was built. All seem
to be well contented, and especially
the old students who spent the great
er part of last night in going- to the
rooms of new boys and "freshing"
some, and chatting some as the occa
sion would permit.
The Philomath! an society was called
to order yesterday and chose as their
subject for Friday night "Should
America Extend Her Territory."
ROUTE AND RATES TO THE ASSO
TION. Route and rate to the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian Synod at Belfast,
Tenn., October 21, 1897.
Huntersville, N. C, Sept.23.
After carefully considering the ad
vantages of the various lines. I have
decided on the following as the most
direct route and giving us advantage
of the lowest rates.
By special arrangement we will use
the 10-days round trip tickets to the
Tennessee Centennial Exposition ' at
Nashville with stop over privileges at
Deckard on the going trip, from which
point a special train will carry us to
Belfast. We 'will travel in a special
private car which will be for our ex
clusive use during the entire trip and
will be conducted by Mr. Q. McP. Batte
of the Seaboard Air Line, and Mr. J.
II. Latimer of the N. C. & St. L. In
order to get the benefit of the above
rates and advantages, the following
schedule must be followed to the let
ter, as only those traveling In my
company will be allowed to stop ever.
Our car will leave October 19th.
From Charlotte, N. C, S A L., 8:20
p m., rate $12.75; Catawba, S. C, 10:08
p. m., rate $12.70; Chester, S. C, 10:47
p. m., rate $12.30; Clinton, S. C 12:10
p. m., rate $11.35; Greenwood, S. C,
1:07 a. m., rate $10.65 Abbeville, S. C,
1:40 a. m., rate $10.25; Calhoun Falls,
S. C. 2:11 a. m., rate $9.90; Atlanta,
Ga,, W. & A. 8:15 a. m. rate $9.45;
Chattanooga, Tenn., N. C. & St. L.,
1:30 p. m. Leave Deckerd by special
N. C. & St. L., 4:15 p. m.; arrive Bel
fast, N. C. & St. L., 6:15 p. m.
Delegates from Columbia and Inter
mediate stations will join the party
Leaving Columbia, C. N. & L., 6:00
p. m., rate $12.70; Prosperity C. N. &
L. 8:25 p. m., rate $11.80; Newberry,
C. N. & L., 8:63 p. m.. rate $11.60.
Add $2.50 to the above to cover the
distance from Deckerd to Belfast and
return,, and you have the total travel
ing expenses of the trip.
Remember that the above arrange
ments Include not only delegates, but
their families and friends, who can at
tend both the Synod and the Exposi
tion on the same trip.
On the adjournment of the Synod we
will return to Deckerd and resume our
Journey to Nashville, where special ho
tel accommodations have been ar
ranged. It Is necessary for all to go
validated for the return trip. The
to Nashville in order to get the tickets
time of leaving NaBhvllle to be agreed
upon later. For further information
write me at once. Most respectfully,
NORTH CAROLINA'S MILLS AND
The September Bulletin of the Agri
cultural Department gives the follow
ing list of the mills and factories in
the State: There are 224 cotton and
woolen mills in the following counties:
Gaston 22: Randolph 19; Alamance 19;
Mecklenburg 15;Rlchmond 12; Guilford
11; Cleveland 8; Cumberland 8; Dur
ham 8; Lincoln 8; Surry 8; Catawba 7;
Rowan 7; Cabarrus 7 Rockingham 6;
Montgomery 4; Rutherford 4; Forsythe
3: Halifax 3; Iredell 3; Wake 3; Alex
ander 2; Anson 2; Buncombe 2; Burke
2: Caldwell 2; Chatham 2; Davidson 2;
Edgecombe 2; Franklin 2; Henderson
2; Moore 2; Stanly. 2; Union 2; Ashe 1;
Craven 1; Haywood 1; Lenoir 1; Nash
1; New Hanover 1; Orange 1; Polk 1;
Robeson 1; Vance 1; Wayne 1; Wilson
1. Of the miscellaneous mills and fac
tories there are on the lists 1,028.
A CAVE FULL OF LEAD.
A whole cave full of lead is the won
derful discovery which a number of
farmers claim to have located in the
Ozark Mountains of Southern Missouri.
The natural entrance to the place is be
ing kept a secret by the property own
ers under whose land the cave extends.
Seven miles from Bourbon, Mo., on the
farm of James Reeves, a shaft is being
sunk which will make an entrance Into
the aperture at a point convenient to
the lead-bearing ore. Specimens taken
from the place show that the quartz Is
almost pure. St. Louis Republic.
SEA OTTER BECOMING EXTINCT.
The sea otter it was stated today In
the Smithsonian Institution, is an ani
mal which Is fast becoming extinct. So
precious are their skins that the ottei
has been hunted with vengeance, and
only a few, comparatively, remain.
There Is one fine specimen in the Nat
ional Museum which is mounted in a
most lifelike manner. The institution
bought the skin and paid $250 for It.
which is not deemed an extraordinary
price. In a few years, it is thought,
they will have disappeared altogether.
MEXICAN COTTON FIELDS RU
INED. TORREON, State of Durango, Mex
ico, pet. 2. The cotton crop In the La
guna district, which is the richest and
most extensive in Mexico, has been al
most completely destroyed by the flood
in the Nacas River. Many plantations
will never recover from the devasta
tion. Large irrigation plants and ca
nals have been completely wiped out
and the loss will aggregate $1,000,000 or
FROM THE PEABODY FUND.
The State superintendent of public
Instruction has notice from Dr. Curry
that besideE $2,400 in scholarships at
Nashville, there will be given from
the Peabody fund to North Carolina
this year $5,400 In cash. This goes to
the Normal and Industrial College at
Greensboro, to the most meritorious of
the negro State normal schools and to
the public schools at High Point and
THREE THOUSAND SQUIRRELS
IN A lJKUVUJ.
fhiinhiTland. Ud.. Sent. 28. A novel
sight of squirrels migrating was wit
nessed below tnis icity to-aay. a
drove which an eyewitness estimated
to contain at least 3.000 swam across
the Potomac river. About 300 of them
were killed by men and boys ere they
got into the woods. pittsDurg uis-
CAST LOTS FOR A PREACHER.
T.AnrAjtpr. Sent. 24. Yesterday lots
were cast among the members of the
nnimei-a.tlnn at the Brick Mennonlte
church, at Willow street, for a preach
er to succeed the late Rev. Amos Herr.
r- T? Herr. Henry Shenk. Henry Herr,
Han-v Knavelv. Jefferson Herr. Frank
M. Herr and Martin Meek were named
bv the cona-reeation. The lot fell to
Frank M. Herr. PhUaaeipnia tress.
WTRT9 AROUND HER HEART.
Mount Hollv. SeDt. 24. A few days
since a cow belonging to James Casey
nf PVtlnwBhln. died suddenly. An m-
vMltmittnn revealed the fact that a
nWp of wire had become colled around
the coWs heart, having worked its way
through the intestines. She naa proo
ably swallowed it from some baled
hay. Philadelphia Press.
JOHNSON WILL WORK FOR
' NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Ex- Congress
man Tom L. Johnson, of Cleveland has
come to the city to work, for - Henry
George.- Mr. Johnson has won fame by
I his hustling campaign in ouo. . . -
Made and Merit Maintains theconfldence
of the people in Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 f a
medicine cures yon when sick; if it makes
wonder ivl cured everywhere, then beyond
all question thst medicine possesses merit.
That is Just the truth about Hood's Bar- I
saparilla. We know it possesses merit
because it cures, not once or twice or a
hundred times, bat in thousands and
thousands of cases. We know it cures,
absolutely, permanently, when all others
fail to do any good whatever. We repeat
Is the best in fact the One True Blood Purifier.
u , , - we nausea, indigestion,
nOOQ S FlllS biliousness. 25cenu.
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
AND MECHANIC ARTS,
WILL OPEN SEPT. 9th, 1897.
Thorough academic, scemific and tech
nical course! Experienced Special
ists in every department.
Expenses per Session. luc uding Boaro:
For County Students $ 93 00
For all Other Student 123.00
Apply lor Catalogue o
ALEXANDER Q HOLLAD f,LL.D,
Raleigh, N. C P. lic'ei.t.
:o:-SPRINO H A R D W A R E-:o:-
We are selling the only
RIVETED COTTON HOE
on the market, and it would Pat
vou to examine our stock
DOWLAN COTTON PLAN
always gives satisfaction and ia
the one for ail farmers
OF ALL DE9CR1PTN8.IO
Plow Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees, Back-
o:- anda complete stock -;o:-of
Call in and see us.
J. H. WEDDINGTON i Co.,
Old Stand, 29 E. Tvadu Lit
If you Deed furniture you cannot
afford to fail to sea tbe immense
Hiock 1 am now opening. 1 have
gathered in tbe bargainelrom bank
rupt manufacturers all over the
ountry. 1 nave what you want
t prices that no one can duplicate
I have a lot of odd Beds. Bureaus
(Jbairs, Kockers, Etc., (one or twe
of a kicid), some damaged slightly,
Home Ptot-k worn that wil! sell for
balf their value. A crand onnor--
tunity to buy cheap and make your
borne comtortable arid beautilul.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Buy an iuslrament that sound
right. - Wears a life time and or
which tbe price is right. We handle
only the best grades direct from the
makers and we guarantee tbe price
and jjuality, und stand ready to
make good at any time our guar
antee. Cart you afford to buy your
pianos or organs from small dealers
and agents and run the rick of get
ting a good instrument and then pay
higher price than high crad
instruments are sold by a reliable
dealer. We claim to know some
thing about music and about instru
ments. We are opposed to handling
worthless and inferior instrument0
even to make sales. If you will give
os your confidence we gve you
your money!s worth every time.
The Bicvcle is tbe great American
sport to-day. 'It is healthful, pleas
ure-giving and harmless. Itisfooi--isb
to pay $5.00 or $100.00 for a
name plate on a bicycle. We are
going to inaugurate a great cut in
tbe price of high grade bicycles this
year that will be beard all over tbis
country. 26io youth's wheel 125.
28in. men's wheels $37 50. The
great Windsor wheel, the highest
grade wheel on earth, $62.50
E. M. ANDREWS,
16 k 18 West Trade St.
ROCTSOV TKB TAMOUS
S. A. L. EXPRESS."
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, KOa
ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, SOUTH
schedule in eQect Feb. 7th, 1897.
8 20 pm
. 5 S8 pm
6 12 pm
6 23 pm
Ly Lumber ton. .
Ar 11 a mitt
Lv H am let
6 S3 pm
7 13 p m
7 80 pm
8 11 pm
85 p m
10 23 pm
3 10 a m
5 23 a ia
0 10 am
10 S3 am
11 43 p or
Ar.l'lmrlotte - -
' Ml Holiy -
' Lii colnion- - -'
eastward.. ...-No. ?8. No 4C3
Lv. Rutht rtordton
' Lii colnton --:
' Moune ,
4 85 p xa
6 03 p ra
7 00 pm
7 60 p a
8 k$ p m
9 40 p m
10 81 p m
11 03 pm
11 23 p m
3 10 c m
. 8 45
' Lumber ton
Ar. VV iltEington 12 80 p m
PALMETTO K. R. BRAKCB
S 40 a ni Lv. -Hamlet Ar, 6 20 pm
10 00 a m Ar. Cheraw Lv. f3 00 p m
'Daily f Daily, except Sunday.
Nos 403 and 403. the "Atlanta Special,"
Stolid Pullman Vtstibultd Limited Train
whh Buffet iSietpera and Day Coaches bo
tffet-n Washington and Atlanta, also Porta
mouth and Chester, S. C. Conneotingat
Atlanta for and from Chattanooga, Nash
viile, Memphis, Texas, California, Macon
and Florida. Parlor and Dining Cars
Mew York to Washington. - - .
Wos. 88 and 41, tbe "8. A L. Express,
Solid Train of Pullman Slteptrsand Day
Coacbesbctween Portsmouth, Wddon and
Atlanta,New Yoifc and Weldon, also New
York and Cape Char Us. com ccting at'
Portsmouth with Bay Line, coastwise
steamers, Washington steamers andCaps
Charles Route," to and Irom all points
North and EasU
Baggage checked from hotels and real
dencca to destination. Skeper a&d teamer
reservations made in advance.
NO EXTRA FaRE ON ANY. TRAIN.
For Tickets, Sleepers and information
apply to Ticket Agents, or to W H. Bam
seur, city ticket agent, 28 South Tryon it,
t'harlotte; B- A.Newiand, Gen. Agent
Pas. Dept 6 Kimball Houce, Atlanta, Ga.;
Geo. McP. Battle, Trav. Paas. Agent,
Charlotte, N. C
E i t.John, Vice President & Gen. Man.
W. B. Gloves, Trafflo Manager.
V. E. Mc Baa. General Superintendent.
T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Age&L
General Offices, Portsmouth, Va,
RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Schedule in Effect Jan 18 "1897.
This Condensed Schedule is published
a, information only and is subject to change
without notice to tbe public.
TRAINS LEAVE CHARLOTTE.
10:53 p m Ho 35, daily for Atlanta and
Chin lutte Air Line division, and all points
South and Southwest. Carries through
Pul man drawing room buffet sleeper be
tweeu New York, Washington,- -Atlanta -and
New Orleans.. .
:35 a m No 37 dally, Washington and
Southwestern veBtibuled limited, for. At
lauta, Birmingham,-Memphis, Montgomery
Mobile and New Orleans, and all points
touth. sod southwest. '-Through PuUmaa
sleeper. New York -to .New Orleans, and
New York to Memphis Dioingcar, ves
tibule d coach between! , Washington and
12:20 p m No li daily, f- Atlanta, and
all points South. Solid Irak., Richmond to
Atlanta Pullman sleeping car, Richmond
to Grt-enubiro .
lLOo p. mN 0.85. daily, for Augusta,
Snvauuau, Rock Hill, Chester, Columbia
atid Jacksonville. Carries through Poll
timu ilr-iwing room bullet sleeper betwtea
Nt w York. Savannah and Jacksonville.
Also 1-ullnian sleeper,' Charlotte to Att
9:5 a m No 87, daily, for Columbia
Hiid C & A local stations.
8:ao p m No. 38 daily, Washington
and Southwestern vestibuled limit d for
Wabhinton and all points North, ibmogu
P Auau Memphis to "New York: Nw
it-ans to New Yoik; Tampa to New
ork Also carries vestibuled coach and
b:50 a m No "86 daily, for " Wash
ineton Richmond, Raleigh and all points
Noith Carries Pullman drawing-room
bufftt sleeper New Orleans to New York;
JhcktonviJlo to New York.
6: SO p ra No 28 dairy, for Columbia
and h11 local stations between Charlotte and
6:4U p m No 12, dally,; for Richmond,
Raleigh. Goldsboro and all point North.
Carries Pullman sleeping car from Greens.
ooro to Richmond. Connects t Greens-
boro with train carrying Pollma car tor
4:3 ) p m No. 62, daily except Boa-
day. Freight and paseenger for States-
vii e and local stations.
9:03 a m No 16. daily, except 8undaT
foi Statesville and Tsylorsyille and lOGf
stat ons. '
Trains arrive at Charlotte :
0:25 ami.' ;
12:0Q m V FROM THE NORTH
10:40 p in J .
0:20 p m FROM ATLANTA.
:20 p m J - - -
S;mra FRO AUGUSTA
W5 p m FROM COLUMBIA.
4:00 1 m FKOM 8TATESVILLV
Daily except Sunday.
All freight trains carry, passengers. -.
J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager.
W- A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Ajeat,
W H GREEN, Gen'l Superintendea
8, H. HARD WICK, Wt Gen'l Pass. Ar
Atlanta, Us '
R. L. VERNON. .
Traveling Passenger Agent
18 E Trade Street,
Charlotte, N. C.
Caveats, and Trade-Maria obtained and all Pat
ent business cooducttd for MOOtftftTC PECS.
Own Orrtec isOpfositc. U, b. PTcrrorrtec
and wecaniecurc patent ia leaf tUM than Uwac
i l: . . .
ranuu; i (fin inn.
bead model, drawing or photo., vita ceexip-
ton. We adrue, if patentau or not, free ol
charge. Our fee not dae till patent ia secured.
A Pampmlct, " How to Obtain Patents," with
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign eeuntrio
seat free. Address,
Am. Parrsiw Omet. Wiihikston. D. 6.