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GARDEN TRUCK FROM THE SOUTH.
Two Trains Daily Carry Immense Quanti ties from North Carolina Alone. Washington Post. , In the busy season the railroad run two trains daily, each train carrying 3,000 to 4,000 boxes and barrels, while the steamers take from 10,000 to 12,000 of them a week. The farms about New Berne and Elizabeth City produce large quantities ot potatoes, two crops being grown annually. According to a recent statement made to the writer, the truck shipped from New Berne last year amounted to seventy train loads, or about 240,000 boxes and barrels, and 150,000 packages by steamer. The value of this truck is estimated to have been about $1,000,000. From Wilmington to Goldsboro, along the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, almost every station is a shipping point for strawberries and truck. The most at tention is paid to strawberries, and many of the growers have been very successful. At Mount Olive one truck farmer, who has about seventy acres in cultivation, thirty-three being in strawberries, told me that two years ago his berry crop brought $16,000. He figured thai his net profits were not less than one half of that, or $8,000. The shipments here be gin about the 20th of April, and last about a month." The berries are sent to New York at a cost of 5 cents per quart. The truck from North Carolina is fol lowed into market by that from Norfolk, Va. This is the entire centre of the greatest trncking area in the South. The location of Norfolk, with quick railroad and water transportation, gives it many advantages The trucking country is al most surrounded by salt water, and is cut in by numerous sounds and channels from the ocean, from Chesapeake Bay, from Hampton Boads, and from the Eliz abeth and James rivers. Besides, the warm waters of the Gulf stream make the season earlier than at inland farms in the same latitude, and admit of the grow ing of a greater variety ot vegitables than can be safely attempted elsewhere. The Grandest Fact of Nature, Look at Her. Charlotte Observer. A man by the name of Boucicauh a .while back remarked: "I wish Adam had died with all his ribs in his body." That man was a fool. This world would h&ve been a wilderness of woe, sure enough, if Eve bad not sprung from Adam's spare rib. The grandest fact of nature is wo man. It man bad not kept woman in the background for so many ages the world might be in sight of, if not in lull blaze ot, the millennium by now. Thfs by way of introducing a reference to the ex ceedingly interesting and important ad dress of Hon. Charles W. Dabney at the commencement of the Slate Normal and Industrial School at Greensboro, Said he, from quoting an au thority: "In point of both origin and importance in the history and economy of organic life, the female sex is prima ry and as life is the highest part of nature and human life the highest typo of life, it follows that the grandest fact of natuse it T . i i a i IB WULUttU. All UUB UCOll JUgUICU uut, WD learn, by careful research and study, that man is the variable element in cre ation while woman is the steady one. Heredity is distinctively the attribute of the female; variation is the characteristic of the male. Hence the importance of educating woman, since she is the pre server and improver of the race. Dr. Dabney, however, does not say much for mac, poor fellow. Weak, frail, uncertain, vacillating, wobbling man! The unknown quantity in.tbe al gebra of human life! "Unstable as. wa ter," Reuben-like, he is generally out of plumb, and rarely ever in the middle of the road! But no matter. Adam is everlastingly short a rib, thank heaven! There are women in the world! There are more than ever in schools and col leges, too. '; Thousands and thousands of sweet girl graduates are this very minute reading ; their essays on the thorns thrown in with the roses of life. They are the roses and we are the thorns. Ah, the glory of the roses and the pity of the thorns. Here's to the women, God bless them! Good angels of human kind! m tm A Disgusted Northerner FayettevUle Observer. A northern man a republican, a Mr. Baker of Fall river Mans, arrived in the city last night with his eyes opened. Mr. Baker was sitting in front of the La Layette Hotel listening to a num ber of gentlemen discursing politics. He suddenly arose from bis seat and said "Gentlemen, you are all strangers to me, but if you will allow it, I want to unburden my mind of an humdle(thought I was born and reared in Massachusetts, the hot bed of abolition, and have -been taught to believe all my life that the re. publicans and negroes were badly treated by the democrats of the the South; in fact that they were still little better than slaves. Last Friday I stopped in a Southern city, the city of Raleigh, for the firBt time in my life. I heard that there was a republican State conven tion in session and I went charged with sympathy for the oppressed republicans, I stood and gazed at that howling, seeth ing cursing mob and but a few moments were sufficient to convince me that if this was republicanism in the south, then God deliver her from it. Boys, lama Southern democrat in heart and in spirit if not by residence." Strawberries. Pender Star. There has been in the neighborhood of . i o nnn -e i : i r . i a,wuw a vca ji iron ies ctaippeu irom mis place this season.: At a net average of $3 per crate, we nave 36,000. 't here are 32 quarts to the crate, and pickers get one nrirl halt itanti rta nn. t 'PKio.nnnl - 1 ize $5,760 to the laboring dass bere- anouts. The Latest Charade. My first if he would fair succeed,' Must eive and keen mv whaJpi ! - m 1 T J " J ', W rr - tr)rfi H' A . 1 ! I .? -otwim icuivuies nave saveu The life of many a soul; . My third is what my whole will be,. Tho' ages o'er us roll; My fourth my first wont need to fill ' If you will take my whole. The answer is one of the best remedies for female troubles ever known. For periodicl pains, excessive flowing, prola pus bearing down, inflamalion, nerveous headaahes and all diseases resulting from "female weakness." There' is nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's" Favorite Pres cription. The only remedy so certain in results that It gives satisfaction, to all who try it. "Measure it and r:'--'v hi v? t If;. --TV t.,j t: f?V- 5. U W B Iff M Y - Li I I I I ibe largest piece of ood tobacco ever sold for 10 cenrs .and The 5 cent piece is nearly as a.rge as you vget of other ugh grades for jo cents The Democrat wants a live, intelligent correspondent at every postoffico in the county. NOT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years! EESTTT.T OF TTSIKO AYER'SPILLS "Ay er's Cathartic Pills for over thirty years have kept me in good health, never having had a sick day in all that time. Before I was twenty I suffered almost continually as a result of con stipation from dyspepsia, headaches, neuralgia, or boils and other eruptive diseases. When I became convinced 1 -.I'M-'' Lm0 xsJ that nine-tenths of my troubles were caused by constipation, I began the use of Ayer's Pills, with the most satisfac tory results, never having a single attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife, who had been an invalid for years, also began to use Ayer's Pills, and her health was quickly restored. "With my children I had no ticed that nearly all their ailments were preceded by constipation, and I soon had the pleasure of knowing that with children as with parents, Ayer's Pills, it taken in season, avert all danger of sickness." H. "WETTSTEnf, Byron, 111. AYER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair. Ryer-t Sanaparilla Strengthens the System. I C ftBIItl'C FOB EITHER SEX LC UnUH O Thl remedy being in jccica airectiy to in Beat of these diseases II U of the Genito-Uriaary lin Orsana, reqnlrec no i cnuge or diet, care Irurtiiteed in 1 to S soars. Small plain iack- ase. by mail, SI. OO. Sold only by S. L. ALEXANDER & CO., DRUGGISTS AND SOLE AGENTS, Charlotte, N. C. $i,o o o. oo WORTH OP ODD PIECES OP FURNITURE To be sold at about 50c on the $1.00, at Thomas & Maxwell's. In checking up our stock we find that we have 70 odd Bureaus, 82 Beds, about 800 Chairs and several other odd pieces that will not match with 8UITS, tht we propose to sell at From 50c to 75c on the $1.00. We sell Furniture. Cook Stoves and House-Pur-nishiog goods cheaper than any other HOUSE in North Carolina. IF YOU NEED ANY OP THESE GOODS, Now is the time to buy. as you can save about 50c on every $1.00 you spend by trading with us. Thanking you for past favors, we re- n-aw, x ours very truly, THOMAS & MAXWELL, 23 West Trade Street j Opp.' Court House. V Oct. 11. 1895. . t t - - , - j v To Mothers. Mothers who fear cramp.colds, caughs, ectjron can find nothing better tkan Goose Grease. Rub plenty or it on throat and chest and you will get instant relief. If you are not pleased with results take bottle. back and eet vourmonev. For sale by aU druggists and made only by the uoose urease &.iaiment uo., Greensboro, n. u. April 10-1 y see fcr yourself." LOOK AT THIS. TABLES AT $8 50 8 50 $8 50 $8 50 ! Would not be bad on a table, especially when you can get a $12 50 Table foromy $8 501 That Is just what you get at E. M ANDREWS'. The grandest display of FUEN I TUBE! ever shown in our history. The prices, not withstanding the advance in many lines, are lower than ever before in our history. Buying in such large quantities enables us to get THE - BEST PRICE ! We do not buy just one of a kind, but 10, 20. 40. 50 and 1,000, if the firm has MADE AN INDUCEMENT ! -.or- BEAUTIFUL -:o:- Por the little folks Useful, Ornamental. Ap propriate ! The display is ready. See them Doll Carriages, Doll Sets, Doll, Bedsteads Velocipedes, Express Wagons, Childrend's Desks Rocker.-', Chairs, Music Racks and an endless variety that you mutt see OUR LEADER IS COUCHES 10, 12, 22.75, 15, 18, 22.50. 25 and $50 They are WHIT YOU WANT I E. M. ANDREWS, Largest Furniture Dealer in the STATE. Feb. 7, 1896, J. It. LITTELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR IN PATENTS, Trade-Mark, and Copyright Cases, OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Over twelve years experience. American and Foreign patents, Caveats, and all business arising under the patent laws promptly and carefully prosecuted. Rejected cases accorded special attention. WRITE FOR INFORMATION. Upon rece.pt of model or sketch of invention. i aavise as to patent ability without charge. May 12, 1895. PECIAL. -:o:-S PRING HARDWAR E-:0:-We are selling the only RIVETED COTTON HOE on the market, and it would Pat you to examine our stock. THE GENUINE DOWLAN COTTON PLANTER . always gives satisfaction and is the one for all farmers to buy. T URN PLOWS - - OF AIA- DKSCK1PTION8, Plow Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees. Back Bands. Trace Chains -:o:- and a complete stock -:o:-of HARDWARE. Call in and see us. . J. H. WEDDINGTON & Co., , Old Stand, 29 E. Trade St. March 13, 1896. c orn is a' vigorous feeder and re sponds well to liberal fertiliza tion. On corn lands the yield increases and the soil improves if properly treated with fer tilizers containing not under 7 actual Potash. A trial of this plan costs but little and is sure to lead to profitable culture. Our pamphlets are not advertising circulars boom. ing special fertilizers, but are practical works, contain ing latest researches on the subject of fertilization, and are really helpful to fanners. They are sent free for tbc asking GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 Nassau St., New York. Men's Satin Calf Shoes. Lace and Congress, wide and narrow toes, . PRICE: $1.60 The largest Btock and best goods in the place at this popular price. All strictly reliable, near and stylish. No other house can do so well for you on this class of shoes, as we have them all made, and we know what we are giving you every time. Be sure to examine NOV. 8, 18SO. UlLiKJSATJB UU. JU8TIO TTARDWARE COMPANY U8Tio Hardware I Iompany ustic AJLardware Vompany Successors to HAMMOND & JUSTICE Have in Stock A NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF Hardware AND CUTLERY, BUILDERS' HARDWARF, Carpenters' Tools, House fur nishine goods, Black- Smith's Tools. Agri cultural Implements Chains, Hoes. Plows. Ropes, Nails, Rcxb- nd MULE SHOES; AND IN FACT Everything Usually Kept in a First Class Hardware Store. Our btock is NEWLY BOUGHT under the new LOW TARIF P And we can give you the LOWEST PRICES ir HARDWARE ever offered in Charlotte. Are the best on the market, fully warranted Every stove is fully up to the trade mark stand ard of our cooking stoves and ranges. Call and see the finest stove in the city. PERSONALLY, I take this opportunity to thank my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage in the past, and respectfully solicit a continuation of the same, .assuring them that they will have no regrets after making their purchases from us. W. H. JUSTICE. Aug. 30, 1895. WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Hardware. Cutlery, - G uns, AMMUNITION, Carriage, and Wagon Material, Wood ware, and Queen ware in the South. Call and see us ' and buy from ns 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 Atus. 10.1895. CAVKATa. TRADB MABk-9. DESICN PATENTS. COPVRIDHTa. mA xuT iniunnatinn ana rree nana Door write to MJJN ft CO., 361 BkoadwaT, Nw York. t ides bureau for aecurlng patents In America. Ererr r ntent taken out by us ia brought before the public by a notice siren free or charge in the J'fieufifii; auteticatt largest circulation of any scientific paper fn (he world. Splendidly illustrated. So Intelligent man should be without it. Weekly, 3.00a year; SUOaUmontha. Address, If UNIT ft CO. hjMjMttl a61 Broadway. Sew York City. FARMERS' SHOES. Onr MHoii A-mcii Af Rranrt rtf firm otinM am way ahead of anything you eyer saw. High cut. PRICE: $1.75! These shoes have no equal, and those who know them best love them most. Not. 8, 1895. GILREATH & CO TOILET ARTICLES. I have a nice line of Toilet Articles, Consisting of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brashes and Combs. Perfumes, Soaps, &o. Prescriptions given the best attention at Dr. J. B. ALEXANDER'S, . 216 North Tryon 8t. CJ" Poor prescribed for free . Angus. 19, 18S5. jr Scientific American ff Agency forA DON'T YOU THINK You hare been . promising . Jour wife long enough to buy er A NEW bTOYE ? There " . is no excuse for further promise while we are selling them 9 LOW. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL prices: CALL IN AND SEE THEM. EVEN IP YOU Don't want to buy now ! . A FULL LINE . OF RANGES Heating Stoves, and Kitchen Utensi 8 IS" Slate and Tin Roofing, Ventilators and Cornices J. N. McCAUSLAND & CO., 209 and 211, South Tryon St , Charlotte, N. C. 17 Mail orders receive prompt attention May 10. 1895. DISPENSAR Y AND DRUG STORE. Patients treated and : Medicines Dispensed. Prescriptions Carfully Filled. 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 MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS. Heavy Gum Boots for ditching, better than you can buy elsewhere. ALL SIZE-J, PRICE f 3.00. Ladies Rubber Boots, light, warm, lined, nice to wear about garden, or when tending the flowers, in the snow or rain. PRICE $2.00 Better overshoes than elsewhere. Ladies 50c Men's 75c GILREATH & CO. Nov. 22. 1895. ELEGANT SHOES. Ladies' floe, French Donola, Button Shoes, PRICE: $2.00! These shoes are made expressly for our own trade, in the greatest shoe factory of Philadel phia the city where nothing but good shoes are made We are sale in saying this is the best value ever offered at this price. Made patent tip, either narrow or wide toe. Plain toes, either common sense, or pointed 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 . aoy kind of leather, cost iu cems. uiLHbA i a. aoju August 3. 1895. FRESH MEATS, GAME. FINE GROCERIES. SEE ME Before Selling Your Choioe BEEP CATTLE. PORK, EGGS, CHICKENS, &c. Always in Market for above. GEO. SHALL. Feb 28, 1896 "WHAT WE WANT. YOUR WHEAT AND CORN. Bring It Along! What We "Will Do. Pay You the Highest Market Price at all times, is cash, for Your Grain, or Exchange You the Best Roller Flour and Meal for it. What We Have. The Best Equipped Mill in the 8tate. Your Patronage is Desired. THE MECKLENBURG MILLS, Charlotte. N. C. March 20. 1896. PULL STOCK Choice, f resh Groceries, at BOTTOM PRICES! WE HANDLE A lare quantity of Chickens, Eggs, Butter, and All KINDS Country Produce at SHORT PROFIT! Give us a call. CROWELL & HENDERSON, Aue. 30. 1895 327 East Trade Street WARM OVER SHOES. Ladies wool lined plain rubber oveihoe, price 50 cents, less than you can buy than any where in America; Ladies plain overshoe "gold seal" brand every pair warranted, PRICE 50c. This overshoe will wear longer than two pairs of any other, ever made, comes high up all round, affording more protection from mud, rain; or snow, than any of the fancy styles cdst ing as much, and not near eo good. LADIES RUBBER BOOTS, for working garden in early spring, every lad should have a pair With rubber boots you will not mind the weather -'so the wind dont blow.' PRICE $C0. Best stock of shoes in the State Jan 24, 1896 GILREATH & CO NEW REMEDIES GREAT VALUE ' - AT DR. J. B. ALEXANDER'S DRUG 8TORE. Special Tonic Tablets, Postillera Woman's Friend, The Great Renovator. En quire of the Doctor about these Remedies May 18. 1895 216 N. TRYON 8T .Q All Comfort Ladies' felt alionera warm MnA vs.i. - - -. t iuivi Itll soles, low heels, extra wide, very sof t. exceed ingly oumioruwie, me mraj nouse shoe, and real serviceable, price 50 cents, by mail 60c; all sizes 8 to 8! Send and get a pair, and do not wear your good shoes about the house and fire which will ruin them. GILREATH & CO DOUBLE DAILY, SERVICE IS A. L. SEABOARD AIR LINE R. R. ROXJTK OF THK FAMOUS "ATLANTA SPECIAL" BETWEEN NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, NORFOLK ' AND ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS. SOUTHWEST ALSO TDK - . ;, S. A. L. EXPRESS Schedule in effect April 5th, 1896. . ' WESTWARD. Lv. Wilmington Ar. Lumberton u Maxton - " Laurinburg " Hamlet Lv. Hamlet Ar, Rockingham Wadesboro Monroe " Charlotte " Mt. Holly Lincolnton Shelby Ar. Rutherfordton No. 41. No. 403 3 20 5 26 6 12 6 25 6 55 7 15 7 26 8 01 8 55 10 20 p m p m p m p m p in p m p m p m p m p m 9 10 am 9 20 a m 9 52 10 40 11 35 11 59 a m a m a m a m 12 55 p m 1 50 pm 8 00pm EASTWARD. Lv. Rutherfordton u Shelby ' Lincolnton " Mt Holly "-Charlotte " Monroe " Wadesboro " Rockingham Ar. Hamlet Lv Hamlet Laurinburg " Maxton Lumberton Ar. Wilmington No. P8 No .402. . 4 35 p m 5 58 p m 6 63 pm 7 45 cm 5 25 6 13 7 07 7 40 7 55 9 10 9 84 9 49 10 40 12 50 a m a m a m a m m a m a m a m p m 8 20 pm . 9 15 "pm 9 66 p m 10 25 p m 10 35 p m PALMETTO R. B. BRANCH f 9 25 a m Lv. Hamlet Ar. 6 50 p m 10 45 a m Ar. Cheraw : Lv f5 80 p m tSVW 9 V gg S BBBBBBBl 5 -g B3B.BB3B coo o V 9 9 s is'wrs 3B3BB3SB' BBS3B ssggsssa? BBBB3BSS BBBB 5J BB3BBB3B- B3B33 t w 9 S8S83 SKSSSSSf 3 B3B3B3BB BBBB B33BBB3 . Daily f Daily, except Sunday. Nos 403 and 403. the "Atlanta Special," Solid Pullman Yestibuled Limited Train, with Buffet Sleeperaand Day Coaches between Washington and Atlanta, Richmond and Charlotte, also Portsmouth and Monroe, connecting at Atlanta for and from Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, Texas, California, Macon and Florida. Parlor and Dining Cars New York to Washington. Nos. 38 and 41, the "S. A. L. Express," Solid Train of Pullman Sleepers and Day Coaches be tween Portsmouth, Weldon and Atlanta, New York and Weldon, also New York and Cape Charles, connecting at Portsmouth with Bay Line, coastwise steamers, Washington steamers and ''Cape Charles Route,'' to and irom all po.jts North and East. ... NO EXTRA FaRE ON ANY TRAIN For Tickets, Sleepers and information apply to Ticket Agents, or to J G. BASKERYILLE, Ticket Agent, Charlotte, N. C. E. St. John, Vice President & Gen. Manager. H. W. B. Glover, Traffic Manager V. E. McBek, General Superintendent. T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent General Offices, Portsmouth, Va. May 6 FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY, Established in 1854. NOW REPRESENTING ROYAL, - - - l-l.vr WESTR'N ASSURANCE, f P"" "Georgia Home,1 Virginia Fire and M., "Niagara," Rochester German. "Insurance Company of North America." -E. NYE HUTCHISON. Agent, Office Springs corner, Trade and Tiyon streets Up-Stairs. Nov. 29. 1895 Charlotte. N. C. ACROSTIC. T homas & Maxwell for Furniture are renowned H onest goods at their store are found. O riginators of novelties they are. It's true. M oney on Furniture they can save to you." A parlor, a bedroom, or a kitchen set; , 8 my ma rugs and lambrequins you here can get A nd furniture, bric-a-brac, novelties, too " New styles Thomas & Maxwell have for you. D on t make a mistake on 'The Hustlers" call M ost for the least money they. ffer all. A n enviable reputation they have won. X Celled in Charlntto thoir am v0 still HiiiK " 9 p - - - gl W ondrs bargains in all department bear in mind Tcijrvuiug tot a nome you nere will find. L ook where you will, go where you may. L eaders Thomas & Maxwell are to-day. We also keep stoves. That wil bake the finest loaves. . - NOTHING TO EQUAL THEM ! . Kr-ra-rr-mr. w. n . AND NEVER WILL BE I ! i Onr 'mnrAviu) D1a. Ta. . . v.l . . 1WW i - mgner cut t a shoe, no heavier, excludes dirt and ater tieinr. croea on anri vfr than double sole. 8ame thing with spring heel for a unggnoe. This great shoe will be $1.50, .,7 T , f I IUB completes; snoe m World, aesiirnf ri fn a nuni.i r . . , , x i vuiupievcjii uoe in KKSte!!? a-BPe?i'1 PnrPO- Can Jt ,:," v. .uur ciusivegetnp. You o wucu ueaiiog Wlin. ' S.ptemberC.i895 . G1LRTH CO. Surgical Instxumenta. A full line of Surgical Instruments at Manufac-Jtt- Callacd examine them tW Mail ordera wUl be promptly attended to SOUTHERN - RAlif; "xx. I RICHMOND & DANVttLE AKD n I CAKUL.1XMA DIVISION. Schedule in Effect January at Thisi Condensed Schedule is publish formatien only and is subject to cli&noT notice to the public. wueiiti TRAINS LEAVE CHARLoin lotte Air Line division, and all pojnu j Southwest, -uarnes inrougn Pullman h! room buffet sleeper between New York ington, A tlanta and New Orleans. s " 9:35 a m No 87 daily, Washington an I westers vestibuled limited, for Atlanta ham, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile Orleans, and all points south and JZ Through Pullman sleeper. New York Orleans, and Hew York to Memphi. V car, vestibuled coach between Washing Atlanta 15-20 n m No 11 dailv. for Atlant iJ nond to ill nninia Stnnth rVtlirl train, ttifrim ywm r" ".uaju Pullman sleeping car, Kicnmond to Giw 11:00 f. M No. 85. daily, for Aguau a nah, Charleston, Jacksonville and C C4 T sUtions. Carries through Pullman fa5 room buffet sleeper between New York fv nah and Jacksonville., Also Pullman' Chariot tee to Augusta. ", 8:50 a m No 83, daOy, for ColumbU m C&Alocal stations. 8:40 am No 81, daUy, Pullman com J ment and sleeping cars between New Tort, St Augustine. Pullman buffetl eepiDscvt York to Tampa Dining car Salisbury ft Augustine. First class vestibuled coach, ington to di Augusune. - iruiimaa sleeper L 8:30 p m No. 88 daily, Washingtoi J Southwestern vestibuled limited for Wsshii and all points North, .Through Puilou Memphis to New York; New Orleans to t York; Tampa to New York. Also carrieiC buled coach and dinning car. i 8:50 a m No 86 daily, for WiaWiiJ Richmond, Raleigh and all points Kor Carries Pullman drawing-room buffet gW New Orleans to New York; JacksonTilki New York. I 11:00 p m. No 82 daily, for Washingtoi the North, Carries Pullman compartment a St Augustine to New York. Drawing Sleeping car 8t Augustine to New York, Da( hnfTVt our Tmn to New Yai J i first class vestibuled coach St Augustine tine and Salisbury. - - rt-in n m No 12. dallv. for Richmoni' B eigh, Goldsboro and all points North. Cmk DI1im.m aIaamSmm maw $msw n man oKava fA O.. - Uiuuau icciu vcm. iiuui u-..buauviu S mond. Connects at Greensboro with train a Tying Pullman car for Raleigh. i K.fifl m Vi ATI liailw ATifnt Hti-. Freight and passenger for Statesville and y auuuD i 1 Statesville and Tay'lorsyille and local stat oat Trains arrive at Charlotte : 9:25 ami 8:30 am FROM THE NORTH 11:59 a m f 10.45 pm j 1:00 am") 6:20 p m FROM ATLANT 8:20 p m I 8:25 am' 8:20 pm FROM AUGUSTA. . 10:50 p m ' 900 am) FROM STATESVILLl 4:15 p m f Daily except Sunday. AH freight trains carry passengers, . J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Agent. Washington, DC W H GREEN. Gtn'l Superintendent Washington, BC S. H. HARD WICK. Ass't Gen'i Pas4ir Atlaoti,i CHA8. L. HOPKINS. Traveling Passenger Agent, 18 E Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C Jan. 17, 1893. Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line Bailroti! Connects at Hamlet with the Carolina Can . running to Wilmington, and at Raleigh the Raleigh Of u as ton itoaa running to Wi don. . Trairb Going Nobth. No. 8, - D'yexc't Monday. Leave Hamlet, 3:00 a m Sanford, 6.-09 a m . " Cary, 8:85 am 8nndi; 0:00 II 00:00 II 0:00 pi 0:00 pi Sol Most! 0:00 1 00:00 If O:00 Arrive at Raleigh. 9:00 a m Trains uorxe botjth. No.l, D'yex. Sunday'. 7:00 p m 7:26 p m 9:15 a m 12:15 a m Leave Raleigh, " Cary, " Sanford, Arrive at Hamlet, - 0:00 JOHN H. WINDER, Gen'l Manager Feb. 8,1896 Ladies' Fine Shoes. Finest Doncola TTld Bntton. Onera box toe, SI Corn-sense style. . Elegant, stylish, and durabk one of the best makes, and finest fitting M ever made. This shoe is our leader, and to i we point wttn pnae. it we leaa in noimng this one shoe would suffice to place us in v front ranks as dispensers of fine foot-wear, PRICE $2.00. By express or mail to any additss, $21 GILREATH 4 Ca April 13. 1895. GET YOUR HARDWARE HEUE WE CARRY THE LAEGEST gtock of Silver-Plated Knives and . Forks, Tea and . Table ' 8poona, Carving Sets, Br Dog Irons and Brass TV oiu i u a z, ixixLai u ri 1 1 w r-AND ALT- KINDS OF Kitchen UTENSI In The Gity! J. H. Weddington; & C- Dec 20, 1895. - . , r To dies' O-xforda. Our celebrated $1 25 Oxford Tie. The best ijj at the price ever offered. During the p" years we have sold an immense quantity of Oxfords, and having constantly kept pact ' all improvements, we 'are enabled to ofta greatest possible value as a speciality. Patent tm nr Cnm-tonw U mail in anV V" 5c extra. " GILREATH & C0, May 14, 1895. HEN'S FINE SHOES, AT ftl.50t no or We are probably at the head, of the WorlJJJ a special Shoe at a special price ! Men p$ IDe be a uress.snoe, containing every pomi high priced goods, wil i - . . . " FIND OUR $1.5a LINE THE surpassing va'ne ever offered ReguUL. 5 factory shoes, built to our special ot warranted in every way. Our special here below, is to look up the best tsIus and hand them out, fresh and new, t tomers. We never ileal in any of tw scrapings, never do Sept 20, 1895 JORDAN & CO. ilarchU 1895