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Amonnt of Batter in a Found of Batter Fat. How much butter should a f pound of batter fat make? This is a question that is often asked, and one having a practical side that is important in every creamery and private dairy in the country, since, r ' if the amount ot butter is less than the quantity of fat yielded warrants, the noint at which the leak occurs should be ascertained and tbe loss stopped. In the dairv teat at the World's Fair, ? butter was assumed to be 80 per cent, fat, and with a riven yield ot butter tat. a cow was credited with that amount of butter, t)lus one-fifth. There are, of course, fosses and gains on the butter fat in the making of .butter, which in part balance each other : not all the butter tat is res covered, and not all tbe butter is butter fat. but the ?ain Dredominates. so' that tha amount of butter comincr from tbe hands of a good butter-maker should bo somewhere from 12 to 15 per cent, greater than tbe amount of butter lat he receives, At the recent meeting of the Association of Agricultural Colleges and JSxpen ment Stations, at Denver, a resolution was passed providing that in all official tests, 16 per cent, should be added to tbe amount of butter fat, whon the pur- Dose was to determine from a test of milk, tbe amount of butter that could be made trom a cow s daily yield, if or example, if a cow yields thirty pounds of 5 per cent, milk" per day, this makes a pound and a bait ot butter tat. To this add 16 per cent., or one-sixth, which is .Zo of a pound, and tbe result is one ana tbree fourths pounds ot butter. Give a Trial. There are yet plenty of farmers who are skeptical as to tbe merits ot wen bred pigs. To them a bog is a hog, and that is all there is about it; and tbey I argue that with plenty of corn one will I make fully as much again and as good I pork as the other. Iu a majority of cases I a careful trial would go a long way I toward proving tbe contrary. . (Joe of tbe easiest and less expensive ways of I making a trial is to select one or more I good sows and breed tbem to a thorough-. bred boar, reasonably well matured, possessing individual merit to an extent that he will be able to transmit his good qualities to bis offspring. He will readily see that tbe pigs from such mating are euperior irv appearance and quality and will fatten more readily than tbe average scrub. They will not stand ill treat" ment better, but will make a better show. mg for good treatment. A well bred hog will make a better gain in a less time with good treatment, tban a scrub, end both in appearance when fattened and in thefquality of tbe meat when butchered, will be better tban tbe scrub. The great improvement or gain in tbe better bred hog is in tbe ability to consume more tood and to make a better return for it. fW Li t a l . xne iarmer mat preeas the Better pig with the expectation tbat be will fatten in less time with a less ration, will un doubtedly be disappointed. A pure bred pig will degenerate very rapidly if nee- lected. One advantage with a scrub bog is tnat ne does not have far to go to reach nothingness, and in consequence win stand a considerable amount of ill treatment without ay great appreciable' enect. To make tbe most out of gcod breed, good leed and care are essential, and tbey will always show to a better advantage man with the scrub. With good treat ment a well bred pig can be finished for market in from seven to nine months, while tbe scrub will require from twelve to fifteen to make tbe same weight, while toe quality ot tbe meatot tbe better bred pig will be much superior, and a trial carefully made will be sufficient to dem onstrate thi9. Texas Farm and Ranch. Suggestive Figures. The last week's issue of tbe Baltimore Manufacturers' Record contains an article on cotton production in the South, written for Harper's Weekly by Mr. Edmonds, editor of tbe Record. It is a very instructive article, full of suggestive facts and figures, and is at the same time a splendid testimonial to the industry, energy. and perseverance of the Southern farmer. He describes tbe progress of cotton culture from the year 1790, when about 2,000,000 pounds were produced, the stimulus given the industry by the inven tion ot the Whitney gin in 1775, resulting in an increase in tbe ten years from 2,000,000 pounds in 1790 to 40,000,000 in 1800; 80,000,000 pounds in 1S10 and 160, 000,000 pounds in 1820. The growth was continuous and rapid, until the crop of 400.000 bales in 1820 increased to I, 634,954 bales in 1840; 2,454,441 in 1850: 3,849,469 iq 1860; 4,352,317 in 1870 6,605,570 in 1880; 8,652,597 in 1890; 7,549,817 in 1893 4 and 9,901 251 in 1894 5. The high prices at the end of the war, when the supply of American cotton was almost exhausted, stimulated the industry again and even when the prices began to fall the increased production went on, the planters , apparently acting on tbe principle that the lower the price the more they had to plant to get even. Thus wo-find the acreage increased from II, 636,000 acres in 1875 to 19,684,000 in 1893. Certainly no crop grown in this country and probably not in :ibe world can show so steady, continuous and large increase as this. The giving of so much attention to the cultivation of cotton to the exclusion of other things has been commented upon & good deal, and pretty generally pro nounced a bad policy, but this wasn't altogether the fault of the planter, nor altogether according to his choice, for after the war he was in a measure forced to raise cotton, or nothing. Up to 1860 Southern planters raised their own sup plies, and there was little, if anyj food- tuff imported from other States. With lave labor they raised all on the farm that was needed, and the cotton crop was a money crop. ; i But the average planter wno ownea staves was a good uver, oeuevea in enjoying me, spent his money ireeiy, and bat little of the money of one crop remained with him when tbe next crop was planted. jam wiiQ tne ; end oi tne -war came a change. Tha labor system .waa revolu. tionized and coold be no longer martialed and controlled as it had: been. ' The Sooth found herself without money, much of tbe country devasted by opposing armies; horses, mules, cattle swept away. but few if any farming implements, no money to buy them with, with little to oner as security lor. money needed,. and but few who had money to lend. This waa the condition that confronted the average farmer at the'end bfthi war. The high price Of cotton was a tempta- tion to raise all of that that could be raised with the means that could be com. j manded, and that was the 'only field crop j that could command an advance of I money. Cotton buyers, commission mer chants and others who . were anxious to handle cotton, who had ' money or credit, 1 1 ' - .!' 1 . .fuZ:':" advanced money to aid id masing cotton """" . I xmt i Krtii annh Ctrl I rt hana Ka r m hla do but little, succeeded, in raising crops, but while they did this tbey-had to buy their flour, corn, meat, etc., from the West and pay high prices for them, for they couldn't get any advances to raise them, even if tbey wanted to, and at tha end of the year after the. cotton crop was sold, the money borrowed paid back, and store bills settled they had little it anything to tbeir credit. And so tbey kept on year alter year, compelled t depend upon advances to raise cotton, tbe only crop upon which advances would be made, and increasing tbe acreage with tbe hope of making a big crop to work out. But tbe bigger the crop the lower the price, until finally necessity forced planters to the economy ot trying to raise their home supplies, and diversified farming began a tew years ago. The necessity which compelled planters to turn tbeir attention to something else than cotton has been a blessing in dis guise wnicn is now Deginning to w realized, and will be more fully realized the more ereneral diversified farminsr be- comes. Hat cotton will still continue in - ... . I tbe lead, for It is the only crop upon which money can be -secured in advance and it will be banked on while the planters are behind, and borrowing money is necessary with tbem. Cotton is a great crop, and with diver sified farming may be made a still greater one. How great it is and has been is shown by the statement tbat since 1875 we have exported 84,000,000.000 worth of it, while the total exports of wheat and flour combined for the same period have been about 2,600,000,000, a difference of f 1,400,000,000 in favor of cotton, to which should be added $200,000,000 of cotton goods exported, making tbe differ- lence $1,000,000,000 in favor of cotton. Compared with the combined exports of wheat, flour and corn since 1875, amount- ingto about 83,200,000,000, the difference in favor of cotton ib 81,000,000,000. The total value of the wheat and flour ex- ported for seventy-four years from 1820 is $200,000,000 less than the value of the cotton exported in tbe past nineteen years. Since the war tbe South has raised and sold 810,000,000,000 worth of cotton. In the past nineteen years she has raised and sold $6,000,000,000 worth, and. how much has ehe to show for it ? And yet there are some people who say that tbe South ought to be mute on the financial ques tion, tbe bungling management of which LOSS OF VOICE After Acute Bronchitis CUBED BY USING AYER'S Cherry Pectoral A PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE. "Three months ago, I took a vio lent cold which resulted in an attack of acute bronchitis. I put myself under medical treatment, and at the end of two months was no better. I found it very diflicult to preach, and concluded to try Ayer's Cherry rt- mm fo Pectoral. The first bottle gave me great relief ; the second, which I am now taking, has relieved me almost entirely of all unpleasant symptoms, and I feel sure that one or two bot tles more will effect a permanent cure. To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." E. M. Brawley, D. D., Dist. Secretary, Am. Bapt. Publication Society, Petersburg, Va. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral GOLD MEDAL AT THE WOSLD'S FAQ. AYER'S LEADS ALL OTHER SARSAPARILLAS. new. Remedies RE AT VALUE AT DR. J. B. ALEXANDER'S DRUG STORE. Special Tonic Tablets, Postillers Woman's Friend. The Great Renovator. En quire of the Doctor about these Remedies. May 18. 1395 216 N. TRYON ST. - DIXIE TIE. W ; A Shoe for Farmers, neat, comfort&hle and durable.water proof and warm and all for 21 Ml These shoes are lined, no seams to rip, soles warranted the best ever out on. Srioerior in wearing quality to anything SOLD IN : CHARLOTTE V ' AT EVEN $2.00 Oil your Shoes with Shining Light leather preserver always ready for use whether cold or hot, price 10c GILREATH & CO. Feb. 22, 1895. . . Harrison Bro's & Co. ( ,1: Z- . ' 1 Philadelphia, Pa ; Gentlemen : About ten (101 vears atro I risen your Town and Country Paints, olive shades, on my hotel, "The Eager House," and am pleased to inform you that today the paint is in good conaiuon ana snows no signs - of no Biena - oi T&otnir or ftIvtos"wy ! very nespecnouy,; HARRISON'S - TOWN AND - COUNTRY ' i ' Ready Mixed Paints, ; ; . ; j ; Are sold exclusively by.-. .,' . . -1 , R. H. JORDAN & CO., Sept. 14, 1895. the Retail Druggists nWC A rn fiUPPT A T a We v . . . , I flia"".' t,ntV"-S: L" . tJS made and durable shoe, pointed toe, and square -0 - f vjio, ttcii i toe, wiin upa, size toojj s irice, f 1.Z5. With the present price of leather, these shoes will cost more than this to make, with the ad- vastage of ready cash, we iare enabled to sell such a shoe at this price. . Of course this lot will not last long, but we give our customers tbe full benefit. ' GILREATH & CO. August 9,1895.:. ' ' . - - j has been one of the main reasons why she hasn't' more money to show for the cotton ehe has raised and sold. Wilminq ton Star. Do you want to kill crows and squir rels ? If so, you will find guns, powder, shot, shells, cans, primers and wads at J. H, Weddington & Co. f ! VJU1U II 1 Mil 11 VI kJUUVlUlU A . UNDERWEAR FIRST, As it's safer to begin wih woolen UDderwear. You can change with tbe weather by wearing a heavier or lighter overcoat. Not so with under- i wear. We are sole , agents in Charlotte for Dr. Jaegers Sanitary ' WOOLEN SYSTEM CO.'S MEN'S Underwear, the fioest sanitary underwear made in the world. We sell these goods at catalogue price, catalogue lorn is lied on application. tt j QAi r 1 II v- JJ.Vi.Ci. weal KJUCUiaxo l I t TLT n a T w rrr j- .c-v w Heavy ribbed undershirts and drawers, excellent quality, $ 1 each, worth $ 1.25 Men's natural WOOL UNDERSHIRTS And drawers,very heavy weight and fine quality, $ l ou eacn; ngDt ana meamm weight woolen unaerwear $ i ana $1.23 per garment; heavy derby ribbed cotton underwear, shirts -and drawers, at 50c each, really worth 75c. We are mighty proud of our underwear stock ; Best we ever had ! Rogers & Co. Nov. 8, 1895. pnT? AT T T T TTT VJvJCTl 1 V A.L J LL. Ladies' fine Dongola Kid Button, patent tip. or common aense style, PRICE .25 ! This is a 20 PER CENT BETTER SHOE THAN IS SOLD AT THIS PRICE Anywhere in the South. They are made EX- rrC-EiooLi i foruUK TKADJfi, and every FAlrl WARRANTED GOOD SOLID SOLES ! We do not handle any of the Scrapings of the earth, but hand you out Good, HONEST Values ! Made by honest people, and intended to be GOOD VALUE for honest, hard-working people. Try the SHINING LIGHT leather oil on your Shoes, Price 10c per box. April la, -18U5. UILKEATH & CO. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY J Established in 1854. NOW REPRESENTING ROYAL. - - WESTR'N ASSURANCE, f English Companies ft m a n r flr I o mamia II Virginia Fire and M., "Niagara," Rochester German "Insurance Company or North America." E NYE HUTCHISON, Agent, Office Springs corner. Trade antl Tiyon streets Up-Stairs. Nov. 29. 1894. Charlottf, N C. TOILET ARTICLES. I have a nice line of Toilet Articles, Consis ine of Tooth Brushes. Bair Brushes and Combs, Perfumes, Soaps, &c. r-rescripiions given uie nest attention at Dr. J. B ALEXANDER'S, 216 North Tryon St rescribed fr free 1895 Poi j AUtfUnt 19. Did You Ever f Realize the fact that after- vour work in don you oul.d have a world of comfort and perfect rest witji a pair of slippers on your feet. Set ting 'round the fire winter nights with your shoes on, injures them more or less. Men's Can vass, Leather, or C arpet Slippers 50c ; by mail, 85c omen's Canvass, or Leather, worked suppers, ouc ; by mail. 60c. For anv kind of snoes or slippers, write us. Better goods and at ieB prrcu man eisewnere. Nov 2. 1894. GILRE iTH & CO- LADIES' calf laced shoe. The best veal calf, thick sole, wide hnttnm nt low heel, sewed and warranted. Made for women who do their own work. A shoe everv woman needs. No difference how fln thpv dress, a shoe like this comes handy for weariner uut i iic iui auu garuen. yv hi iasi a year. Jio Deuer can De naa. ladies' sizes. 3 to 9. L P R I O B $1,501 Use our shining light oil on your shoes, pre serves me learner ana makes it water r.rnnf Large boxes, ready to use. Price 10 cents. uct. IV, GILREATH & CO. FULL STOCK Choice, fresh Groceries, at BOTTOM PRICES! WE HANDLE - s .' A large quantity of Chickens, Eggs, Butter, and All KINDS Country Produce at SHORT PROFIT! Give us a call. CRO WELL & HENDERSON, Aug. 30, 1895. ' s 327 East Trade Street CROWELL ROWELL 'Ar CJENDERSON ix JTXen derson t 327 Last Trade Street I RtimlA A HW a-Tr 1 ....v. "j uwiic;, r cc-1 tables t fruits, etc., AT BOTT OM PRICE8 May 1, 1895. ' i rwrwwf aj yp Administrator's Notice. All persona having claims against the estate of Wade Stewart, deceased, are hereby notifledto present mem to me, properly attested, on or be fore the 3rd day of November, 1896. All per sons indebted to said estate are notified to make payment to me, without delay. This 24th day of October. 1895. H. N. PHARR. Adm'r of Wide Stewart, dee'd. JNov. 1,1895. ow J Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. Sallie J. DeArmon deceased, are hereby notifitd to present them to me, properly attested. on or oeiore the 6th clay ol October 189S All persons indebted to said estate are notified to make payment to me, without delay. this zna day of October, 1895. H. N. PHARR. Adm'r. of estate, Mrs Sallie J. DeArmon. Oct. 4th, 1895 6w. Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate nf J. N. Blankemhip, deceased, are hereby notified to present them to me. properly attested, on or before tbe 6th day or October. 1896. All persons Indebted to said estate are notified to make pay ment w me without delay. This 2nd day of October, 1895. H. N. PHARR, Adm'r. state, J. N. Blankenship. Oct 4, 1895. 6w Administrator's Notice. to PS ,r i ' gz J . f All persons having claims against the estate y " ueceuseu, are nereoynounea to present them to me, properly attested, on or before the 20th day of October, 1896. All per sons indebted to said estate are notified to make payment to me. without delay. This 15th day oi ucioner, ibuo. a. j. i ha. Kit, Adm'r of W. H. Hagler, deceased. Oct 18, 1895 6w WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP Hardware, Cutlery, G wis, AMMUNITION, Carriage, and Wagon Material, Woodware, and Queenware in the South Call and see us and buy from us any goods in our line that you may need. We will promise to sell as low as any one else and as low as the lowest. J. H WEDDINGTON & 'CO., 29, East Trade Street Aug. 10. 1895. $1,000.00 WORTH OP ODD PIECES OF FURNITURE To be sold at about 50c on the $1 00, at Thomas & Maxwell's. In checkirg up our stock we find that we have 70 odd Bureaus, 82 Beds, about 300 C hairs and several other odd pieces tha', will not match with bUirS, that we propose to sell at From oc to 75c on the $1.00. We sell Furniture. Cook Stoves and House-Fur- nishing goods cheaper than any other HOUSE m norm uaronna. IF YOU NEED ANY OF THESE GOODS. Now is the time to buv. as vou can save about 50c on every $1 00 you spend by trading wiin us. i nanniD r vou for Dast favors, we re- itain, i ours very truly. THOMAS & MAXWELL, 23 West Trade Street, Opp. Court House. Oct. 11. 1895. PATENTS. J. R. LIT TELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR IN PATENTS, Trade-Nark, and Copyright Cases, OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C Over twelve years exa.:nence American and Foreign patents, Caveats, and all business arisiDg unaer me patent laws promptly and caremllv prosecuted. Kejectea cases accorded special attention. WRITE FOR INFORMATION. Upon receipt of model or sketch of invention. i act vise as to patent ability without charge. may la, i3 COPYRIGHTS. VAX I OBTAIN A PATENT For a tlona atrictly confidential. lormstton concerning Patent and bow tr k a iianaoeou or in- uin uiem sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan ical and flcientiflo books sent free? fRS? . In the Scientific American, and E?2fht wldS the pobllcwith- StiiSi118. taTentor. This splendid paper. ! t5.'.T- twutl7 illustrated, has by fax the Station of any scientific work in tha n t;j,'',? Tear. Sample copies sent free. Editkiotoonthly. 150 ayear. Single S3,e?A O"?" Every number contains beau tirul plates, in color, and photographs of new fcj5 "1th V,!ms eroding Wilder, show the iS??idS,inAand enre contracts. Address MUJiU CO, MW YORK. 361 BKOADWAT. Dec 29 1894. HUGHE'S - DIARRHOEA AHD DYSBNTBRr REMEDY We have A aoeciflc for the above troubles. lew samDle bottles that vou can have for the asking. R. H. JORDAN & CO., June 9, 1895 Retail Druggists ELEGANT SHOES. Ladies' fine, French Doneola, Button Shoes, PRICE: $2,001 inese snoes are made expressly for our own IS?.' Ifreateat shoe factory of Fhiladel puia uiecity where nothing nut good shoes are made We are safe in saying this is tbe best vaiue ever offered at this price. Made patent tip, either narrow or wide toe. Plain toes. either common sense, or Dointed box toe. all sizes from 1 to 8, on D. E, and E E. by mail 20c extra. Just try a box of shining light oil on your shoes, good for any kind of leather, cost 10 cents. GILREATH & CO. August 3, 1895. DON'T YOU THINK You baye been promising your wife long enough to buy her A NEW bTOVB? There is no excuse for further promise while we are selling th r v LOW. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES. CALL IN AND SEE THEM. EVEN IP YOU Don't want to buy now 1 A FULL LINE OP RANGES Heating Stoves, and Kitchen Utensils late and Tin Ro&fiog, Ventilators -and Cornices- J. N. McCAUSLAND & CO., 209 and 211, 8outh Tryon St , Charlotte, N. C. EST Mail orders receive prompt attention May 10. 1895. C HARLOTTE COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND ART. 18 SOUTH TRYON STREET. 1 tt ft Li . SCHOOL FOR MO THE LEADING SICAL TRAINING In the Southern States THE most improved European methods Many free advantages Modern Languages tanght only by native teachers ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. SPECIAL KINDERGARTEN. GERMAN METHOD B O A R D I N G Accommodations for Non-resident lady students IN COLLEGE BUILDING. Every modern convenience Special course in PAINTING DRAWING, and ELOt UTIoN ( atalogues sent on application. Terms Moderate ('all or address, CARL S. GAERTNER, Stpt 20 1895 Director ARE YOU ON THE EVE OF -PURCHASING A NEW SET OF FURNITURE ? IF SO, We wish to call your attention to OUR MAGNIFICENT line of FURNITURE of all 3 kinds, and at PRICES that will astonish vou ! We can Sell you better Furniture . Stoves, House - Furnishing Goods, etc , for less MONEY than can possibly be obtained isewhere ! Always COME T O SEE US- When In need of anvthinc in wur nne, aim we ieei C )r:Duent that we can i i - . . 1 ' - PLEA E YOU IN BOTH Quality AND PRICE ! THOMAS & MAXWELL, 23 West Trade Street. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE SOUTH ! Ju y 14, 1895. SUGAR BEETS. PLANT GOLDEN TANKARD, LANE'S IM PROVED AND WHITE SUGAR , MANGEL WURZEL BEETS And rai9e the best and cheanest food for vour CATTLE. They make th milk richer, while sheep fed on them thrive better and keep in much finer con d:tion. 300 pounds just received and for sale by "P TJ JORDAN & rO., XV.. 171, Jordan & Vo., The Retail Druggists DISPENSAR Y AND ." "-' DRUG STORE! Patients treated and Medicines Dispensed Prescriptions Carfully Pilled, PURE DRUGS. And every article usually kept in a Drug Store J. B. ALEXANDER, No. 216 North Tryon St Dec 23. 1894 Charlotte, N C NOTHING TO EQUAL THEM ! NEVER HAS BEEN ! f AND NEVER WILL BE ! ! I Our improved Plow Boot I Higher cut than a shoe, no heavier, excludes dirt and water, no tieinr, goes on and off easv. single sole, or double sole. Same thing with spring heel for a Hunting shoe. This great shoe will be $L50, and is absolutely the completest shoe in the world, design d for a special purpose. Can be had no where else, our exclusive eet un You get value when dealing with. GILREATH & CO. September 6. 1895 . Hood's Sarsaparilla and all tbe leading PATENT MEDICINE for sale br Not. 8. 1895 . H ORDAN & CO- SEABOARD AIR LINE R. R. nnTTur.iTr.u OUXliil'KUii In Effect Sept. 29, 1895. Trains leave Charlotte, N. C. 550 A M Daily, for Hamlet, Cheraw. Raleigh, all points on the R & A and R & G R R. Weldon. Portsmouth, Old Point Comfort,Petersburg, Richmond.Wash irgton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Bos' on. Also, W ilmiogton, Wrightsville, and all local points on C C R R. Also, Charleston, Sumter and Bennettsville, arriving in Wil mington at 12 SO p m. 5:20 A M Daily for all Southern points via Monroe, heater, Greenwood. Athens Atlanta, Montgomery. New OrUans Chattanooga, Memphis aud the South west. Through sleeper and day roaches from Washington, D O, to Atlanta.cooDtcting with r ads diverg ing out of Atlanta. 10 43 A M Daily, for Mt. Holly Lincolnton, Cherry ville, Sbelby.Cleveland Springs, Ellen boro and Rutherford ton; also, Blowing Rock, Lcnoii and Hickory 8:20 P M Daily, for all points North at J South New York, Boston, Philadelphia. Baltimore. Washington, Richmond, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Old -Point i omfort, Yirgiuia Beach. Weldon, Ra leigh, Wilmington and Wrightsville, connecting at Monroe with through sleepers and day coaches between At lanta, Ga., ana Washington, D. C, and sleepers between Monroe, N. C, and Portsmouth, Va., and for Atlanta, New Orleans and a'l Southern points. 8.50 P. m. Daily, with sleeper for Wilmington . and all O. V. points Trains an ive in Charlotte: 10.43 A M Daily, Rockingham, Wadesboro, Monroe. Also from all points North New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond,. Petersburg, uia roini uomiort. Portsmouth. Wei don Raleigh and San ford.- Also from Atlanta, New Orleans and all South ern points. 8:20 P. Al. Daily, from Rutherfordton, Shelby. Cleveland Springs. Lincolnton. New ton. Hickory, Lenoir, Blowing; Rock ana on uouy. , 10:10 P. M. Daily, from all Northern points. Boston. New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Va , Petersburg, Old Point Comfort, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth. Weldon, Raleigh, Cherew, S. C, all local points between Portsmouth and Charlotte, and from Wilmington, Wrightsville and all local points on the C. C. R. R. 10:01 P. M. Daily, from all points South and South wt st New Orleans, Mont gomery. Memphis, Chattanooga, At lanta, Athens, Greenwood, Chester and Monroe ; close connection at Mon roe. 745 A Mf With sleeper from Wilmington, and all O. J. points. Liocai ireigni, wiin coacn attached. :eares Charlotte for Shelby at 4 o'clock p m , returning at 10 a. m. daily except Sundays. The 8:20 p. m. train connects at Monroe with the Atlanta special No. 402, which ar rives in Raleigh tt 1:20 a. m and Washington, D C , at 10:30 a. m., and , Portsmouth at 7:30 a. m., making close connection for Baltimore, Philadel phia and New York. The 5:20 a m.. train connects at Monroe with Atlanta specal No 403, for Atlanta and all points South, arriying in At lanta at 4 p. m. Passengers leaving i harlolte at 5:20 a. m. ar rive in Atlanta at 4 p. m. Leave At lanta at 1 o'clock p. m arrive in Charlotte at 10:10 p.m. Leave Char lotte at 5:20 a. m., and 8.20 p. m . ar rive in Kaleigb at 11 4a a. m. and 1:20 a. m Leave Charlotte at 5:20 am, arrive in Wilmington. at 12 30 p m., and bt Cheraw, o. C, at 9:40 a.m. Close connection both ways with the C. & L R. R. at Lincolnton. Leave Charlotte at 8:20 p. m.. arrive in At lanta at 6:20 a. m , making a double daily train both North and South from C harlotte. me Atlanta specials jno. 4ua ana 4U3. are magoince t new vestibuled trams, built by 'he Pullman palace Car Co , on which there is no extra fore charged. Daily except Sunday, f Daily except Monday. For information relative to schedules, fare. etc, apply to E ST. JOHN. Vice President. J G BASKERV1LLE, Ticket Agent, Charlotte, N C. JNO. U WINDER, Gen'l Manager. B. A NEWLiND.TPA. T. J. Andekson, Gen'l Pass. Agent. V. E. McBEE, Sup't Transportation. Oct 18. 1895. P. P. P. P. P. Pure, Porous, Permanent, Pretty Plastico- The best po sib'e coating for walls.old and new Ready f6r use by mixing with cold water 12 COLORS ! 12 COLORS 1 For Sale By - R. H. JORDAN & CO., The Retail Druggists. July 12, 1895. " Ladies' Congress GAITERS! FineDougola Kid, straight last, low hee', very DRESSY AND COMFORTABLE, PRICE: $2.00! Half high, for old ladies, extra wide, very soft, all comfort. The greatest of all HOUSE Shoea. PRICE: $2.00! If you wear OUR SHOES YOU GET Desirable Styles, and best Goods, at even less than elsewhere GIVE US A TRIAL -J tne 4, 1895 GILREATH & CO. JANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE The Blood, Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, T1 .. . Ill U1C VUUiposeu OI roOIA and hprha rrtVonl t xuvb.t juouuiaiaa. ii ia a harmlMa vt.hi. rmor . :. Z , u w ! r' ", Ior constipation. a uic complexion clear and bright FOB BALK BY R. H. JORDAN & CO., Nov 16. 1894. Retail Druggists. ANTIMIGRAINE! SURE CURE FOR THE HEADACHE ! 1 " I can truthfully say that Antimio-ram. It cannot be recommendoH tw ktui- t you the success yon deserve J' W18D B B. HUDEBSOH, SaTannah, G. R-H. JORDAN 4 CO.. For sale by i A te Rt Itil TliTiDotela j SOUTHERN RAILWa i PIEDMONT AIR LlNp FIRST AND SECOND DlVlSl0K Schauta in Effect October 7, i895 rmation only and is subiect to aecl s fcuuucussu CCUeUU.e 19 nnl.l! i otice to t he public. w... TRAINS LEAVE CHARLOTTP 10:55 d m No 35. dallv fn- lotte Air Line division, and all S W Southwest. . Carries through pS?,'&0?Ui J room buffet sleeper between Np'v;l flr ington, Atlanta and New Orloans rK- W; 8:20am No 31 daily, Exposition v, Atlanta and points South. Pullmn 'j room vtstibuled sleeDln cr. k ar' York, Washington and Atlacta and ZJ coaches between Wshing'on, (Cr!.llbDl n wwa a iiHim.. Atianu Bona vrstibuled Uain. w M 9:35 a m-N 3 7 daily, Washington and I wtktrrn vestibuled limited, for AtU.,.. 5 8oul ham, Memphis, Montgcmery, Mobile v Orleans, and all nninta mmi, aD( Ki Thiongh Pullman sleeper, N,w Yrw1th Urieans and New Ynrt m as Orleans, and New York car. vestibultd coach between Atlanta w"stiDgton i 12:20pm Noll dailv.for Atw. . . I points wuu. wu unio.mcnmond to ah i in sleeping car. Richmon.1 1. n11.11! Pullman sleeping car, Richmond to Grf . M-No. 35. daily, far AgustT 11:0 P. M-No. 35. dailv. far Amll nah, t haileston, Jacksonville ant t i . . 7h sUtions. Carries tbrouzh Pullmn 104 room buffet sleeper betwten New York b 1 nah anrl TarV.n.DU A ... ,, OtTi a unnihi 4 Charlottee to Adnata. man 8leeP 9:35 a m No 37, daily for Columbia An Charleston, Savannah and all Florida nm,?T C & A local stations. Carries Pullmu bn5? sleeper, New York to Tampa, connectine i 8:50 a m No 38, daily, for Washington fr. mond. Raleigh and all points North iz Pullman drawing-room buflet sleeper Nn leans to New York; Jacksonville to New Yn 1:10 a m-No 82 daily, Exposition Fyer Greensboro, Raleigh, Washington, New Tn and points North Carries Pullman drawir room vestibuled sleeping car, Atlanta to N York; vestibuled coaches to Washington Sai; vestibuled train. On Thursdays and Snndi of each week carries Pullman sleepine car iS tween Atlanta and Richmond. w 8:30 p m-No. 38 daily, Washington u, South western eatibuled limiud for Washineti and all points North. Through Pullman t Memphis to New York; New Orleans to He York; Tampa to New York. Also carrie tes buled coach and dinnir g car. 6:40 p m No 12. dally, for RichmnnH p. eigh. Goldsboro and all points North. UrriJ Pullman sleeping car from Greensboro to Riei mond. Connects at Greensboro with trin J rying Pullman car for Raleigh. I 5:C0 a m No 60. dailv excent Sim. J I Freight and passenger for Statesvilie andlocif 415 p m No 16. dai.y. excent Sund f 8tatesville and Taylorsyille and local tat.om. Trains arrive at Charlotte : 9:25 a m 8:10 a m J-FROM THE NORTH ii:oa a m 10.45 p m 1:00 a m 8:33 a m 6:20 p m FROM ATLANTA 8:20 p m 'J " 8:25 a m FROM AUGUSTA. 8:20 pm ( 9:00 a m ) FROM 8TATESYILLE. 4:15 pm I All freight trains carry passengers. Daily except Sunday. J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Ajent, Washington, D C W H GREEN, Gen'l 8uperinUndent. Washington, 0 (i , u. uaku w tun., Ats't Uen'l fass.Ae't A'lanU. GJ r ww a t- w n tr w s Traveling Passenger Agent, 18 E. Trade 8treet, Charlotte, N. C. Oct. 18, 1895. Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line Railroad, Connects at Hamlet with the Carolina Cestrt running to Wilmington, and at Raleigh will the Kaleigb & Gaston Road running to Wt! don. T&axhb Gome Nobth. No. 2, No.4 Dy exe't D'y tic'l Monday. Sundij Leave Hamlet, 8:00 am 0:00 1 " Banford, 6:09 am 00:00 is Cary, . 8:85 am 0:00 pal Arrive at Raleigh, 9:00 am 0:00 p mf TRAIHS UOIHO DOUTH No.l, No.: D'y ex. Sunday. 7:00 p m 7:26 p m 9:15 a m 12:15 s m D'y tic KoDdi Leave Raleigh, " . Cary, -" Sunford, Arrive at Hamlet, 0:00 I OCKXIi 0:00 p 0:00 p JOHN H WINDER. Gen'l Mnnaeer T-h 9. 1W5 Ladies' Fine Shoes. Finest Dongola Kid Button, Opera box toe, ot Com-aense style. Elegant, stylish, and durable, one of the best makes, and finest ntting wom ever made. Thia ahoe ia our leader, and to It we point with pride. If we lead in nothing else, thin niwt hnn snn Id anfflra tn nlace ns in tbe front ranks as dispensers of fir e foot wear, ' PRICE $2.00. By express or mail April 13. 1895 to any addrtss. 2 GILREATH & CO T. L. ELLIOTT, MANUFACTUHKB 07 GRANITE AND MARBLE. MONUMENTS, VAULTS, TABLETS AND GENERAL STONE W0B& AGENT FOR IRON FAtxo CHARLOTTE, N. C. July 13,1895 T aril ' n-rfords. Our celebrated $ 1 25 Oxford Tie. Tbe best at the price ever offered. During tbe pw yean we have sold an immense quan u v Oxfords, and having constantly "VKSa H an lmprorements, we. are enaoicu -greatest possible value as c,ahtyl Patent tip er Corn-sense. By mail to any ao 5c extra.- GLLRKA 1 o w May 14. 1894. i MEN'S FINE SHOES, AT $1.50! We are nrobablv at the head of the ., a special Shoe at a special price f Men u a dress shoe, containing every high priced goods, will FIND OUR wnsT $1.50 LINE -n i. clew surpassing va'ue ever offered syfudet factory Buurs, uuut iw -i viai nil r .iia.u warranted in every way vux .hoc here below, is to look up the best vaiue i- and hand them out. fresh Inmm W nmr deal in a ........I. u. a.w . SilMhcx). 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