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HOUSE WAS HAUNTED
A Young Fellow Tells the Story
Corner Wiihout Meaning Any
The Race in the Dark.
The writer was standing on the comer
eome days ago and a fine looking well
Hroaaori irrmncr m&n came ud and showed
V.. 0 .
e;na nf wanting to tell something. Mis
face turned first in one direction then an
other. He looked like a young profes
sional man of eome kind, doctor or law
yer hardlv like a preacher. But
he was full up to the lips. Here is
what he told for a fact. He eaid: "Down
in the southern part of Virginia stands
eome old castle like houses that ware
built by the first settlers. Among a cer
tain group in one community stands one
of special interest. It is now in a dilapi
dated and deeerted condition. The build
inrr ia rrMfTP( with mnPR. the ehinplea
are off in places, the walls are crumbling
11 j mi
ana mere are many bingnsoi decay, a. ue
ronl ia irrnnn im in vrpprla nnH what, war
J . V. IV . W .. V. f ... .. ' "
once a bcautifal bouseis now in ruins. Some
years ago. one August afternoon, the man
who bad ewned the house and the large
plantation upon which it stands was sit
ting in bis beautiful city home to which
he bad moved many years before, a
man of middle aire with dignified annear
o o rr
ance clothed in a neat but not gaudy suit
came up and asked, it the "Haunted
place" on the river was for sale. The
owner answered in the affirmative. But
he added 'my friend you cannot live t to ere
r 1 . y. . a
lor men nave tried u time auer time and
have .in every case failed it is haunted.
The would-bo purchaser immediately re
plied that he cared not for that, he did
not believe in haunts, acd requested the
owner to say in the deed that it was i?n
derstood that the house was haunted
when the trade was made. The trade
closed and the deed passed over to the
new owner. He straightway went to
spend the night in bis new house. His
family was in a far off county, ho, be
tbougbt it best to spend a tew nights in
the bouse before taking bis family in. He
reache 1 the destined place about sunset.
No one lived within several milec. The
owls were booting ou the creek bottoms
and the whip-poor-wills seemed to be
having a contest in the pines on the bill
.near by. All was weird and lonesome
about the house. It was so still that the
man's heart sounded in his own ears like
water falling over a deep precipice. The
place was as still as death. He entered
LhO hOliHfl Rn1 it. his Inntarn Attar I
. - w . I
nlr-i nor 5 1. rm An rM tohln lkf xm aa f.ot I
I to . w vuuu t. .c mow
going to ruin he looked around about
all looked well but aged. Before he had
ueen m mug ue nearu munaer in tne dis-
tanco and be could see flashes of light-
ning. xne cioud came on and tbe thun-
dor grew louder and louder and the light-
mug uaouco ittBioi-anu ungoier until me
cloud centered immediately over the
uuuso. jroai auer poai oi inunoer came
in quick succession. The wind blew nd
tbo rain beat upon tbe window panes
The trees in the yard were falling and
the limbs raked the house. The lightning
piayoa aDOUt in tne heavens in its vari
ous forms. The storm raged on and
seemed to grow worse and worse. Fol
lowing a mighty crash of thunder there
came a scratching at the door. The brave
man, for brave be must have been, turned
his eyes toward the noise. It came again
anu was more distinct, tie arose and
opened the door. As he did so in came
an immense black cat with back bowed
and tale all frizzed and standing erect,
with eyes glaring like fire. The man
bardly noticed the new comer but sat
down and continued to read. The cat
after a few moments came and jumped
upon me tamo Dy tne lantern and looked
A 1 1 J.
uu tuo uuun as u reading and said in a
low tone: "few of us here to-night." The
.w iv i w uo uvio liuxuigui,, Alio
genuemen repuea: "yes, ana we will be
fewer." whereupon he fell backwarria
x - ... , ,
out oi tne door ana out tbe gate and
to his feet.
"The storm was still raffiDc. he knew it
not ana cared less: lie and tho cat
went down by the spring aad over the
. . o
hill. The trees flew bv lika timA nn
they went he in tho lead and the cat just
Denind. As his eves fell back tho rot.
grew larger and taller. He now could
see it over his shoulder. Tho trees were
falling across tho road and the rain
pouring in torrents and the cat came on
J.ne taster he ran the harder the cat
came, bnt alas he struck a log and turn-
eu neaa over neois ana lost conscious
wsaa 17L I. - C I L ! C
ueeo. nuou uo iuuuu u mgeu gome mins
uteB later he was sitting on a log wiping
;As he sat, a man without any head came
1 m .
ana eaiaown uy mm. Tbe new comer
said: You seem to be having a close
race tonight" and the new land owner
Mm T a
answereo: "yes ana l am going to have
another' and out he put." Atthisjunc
lure me young gntleman grew empty
luomng ana me taie enaea. lie added
that the house was for sale now.
PROTECT THE TOADS
Our Dumb JLnima s.
In portions of Eurone card Annru
only take especial care of the toads in the
1 I At - .
garuen, oui irequentiy but to keep
stock good, underground shelters
made tor tbe toads by covering a small
hole with a board or shingle; this practice
" " iiuitawu uy American garaen
A garden well stooked witb.toads would
be gratelv protected fro m rnnnv nfthnin.
sectB that are now so destructive to many
Hard on You Old Boy.
Monroe Journal, Correspondent.
II I . T I . ..
x nave noi seen any tbing in your
vawauie paper ior sometime, 1 will at
tempt to give the news."
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs Phoebe Thomas
was told by her doctors she bad Consumption
and tbat there was no bono f.-tr hsr hut v.
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ties Dr. King's New Discover? completely cured
"v-i auu sue i-aja n eaven ner Hie. Mr. Tbos.
Eggcs. 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Consumption.
irica witnout result everything else then boueht
"" vi ui. ixiug h new uiscovery and i
two Wfeks was cured. Hp ia nat
It is such results, of which these are samples, that
p.w.o iuc wuDumui emcacy oi mis medicine in
Coughs and Colds Free triol bottles at Burwell
& Dunn, Wholesale and retail.Drug Store. Ree
ular size 60c and $100.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When Bhe had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A GHOST STORY OP
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic vsuhstance. ft is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' "use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and
allays Feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting' Sour
Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
Teething troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria
is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Caatoria is an excellent .medicine for
children. Mothers have repeatedly told me
of its good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C Osgood, I) well, Mass.
" The use of Castoria is so universal and its
merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Martyn, D.D., New York City.
" I prescribe Castoria every day for children
who are suffering from constipation, with
better effect than I receive from any other
combination of drugs."
Dr. L. O. Morgan, South Amboy, N. J.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
New York Post.
Fearlv every Monday one reads of some
W W j -J - -
new device adopted to induce people to go
10 cnurcn. Jiicciesiasticai traps to eaten
me unwary picycier are now nearly as
numerous as the tacks strewed in his
path bard by a renair shon. Many a
. , . i .
cnurcn tront in tbe city basils huge at
btuvbiuua itM lo niblJvoOU IU9IUV, VUU
H-.,-.!- .. u . i. . j
tractions to be witnesed inside. One
viuuaijfii pi cauuoi iiiuk a (Slop 1 U UUVallCc
yesterday by presenting the parable of
ten Virgins in the form of an "allegory."
Five wise young women clad in white
duly came out with lamps filled and burn
mg to meet the bridegroom, and the five
foolish ones arrived later. The allegory
was tnougot to be highly impressive and
edifying. So doubtless were the miracle
plays by which tbo populace was drawn
to church in Middle A -on. Cer
tainly this is a wav of nonularizinc tho
gospel, and bringing it down to the iniel-
I I 1 . i .
icuiuai level oi me way raring man. But
Coleridge pointed out the difference be
tween popuiarzing and plebificating, and
the dangers of tbe latter.
The World's Wealth.
The following is Professor MulhalPs ea.
u mate oi too swealtn
tbe per captia of wealth of each:
United S;ates $63,120,000,000
Great Britain . . . 47.000,000.000
.France 42.990.000 000
Tfalrr 14 oir Ann nnn
Australia 6.865 000 000
Indigestion's painful grip
Gave me many a cruel nip,
Till of remedies the chief,
"Pierce's Pellets" brought relief.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets promote
digestion, cure constipation, sick beadi
ache and billiousness.
She Has Ever Known, Words of Praise
from a Hew York Lady for
" I would like to add my testimony to
that of others who have used Ayer's
Pills, and to say that I have taken them
for many years, and always derived the
best results from their use. For stom
ach and liver troubles, and for the cure
of headache caused by these derange
ments, Ayer's Pills cannot be equaled.
When niy friends ask me what is the
test remedy for disorders of the stom
ach, liver, or bowels, my invariable
answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken in sea
son, they will break up a cold, prevent
la grippe, check fever, and regulate the
digestive organs. They are easy to
take, and are, indeed, the best all-round
family medicine I have ever known."
Mrs. Mat Johnson, 368 Rider Avenue,'
New York City.
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Afer't Sartapariila Ciret all Blood Disorders.
Ooose ffreasa Liniment will m inn T,r
O .. ... vu.v. J Wl J . XkUCU"
matism. neuralgia, tonthnrbp hMVo
Bides or back and in fact every pain you hare if
It does not do this take, the hnttln
druggist and get yonr money. Sold by all drug-
Apru iu-i y.
11 '. .'" T!mTmmmmmm
" Castoria is so well adapted to children
that I recommend it as superior to any pre
scription known to me'
H. A. Archer, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"For several years I have recommended
Castoria, and shall always continue to do
so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Pardee, M. D., New York City.
" We have three children and ihmv Crv for
Pitcher's Castoria.' When we give one a dose,
the others cry for one too. I shall always
take pleasure in recommending this best
Rev. w. A. Cooper, Newport, Ky.
Pitche r's Castoria.
LOOK AT THIS.
$8 50 8 50 $8 50
$8 50 !
Would not be bad on a table, especially -when
yon can get a $13 50 Table for oniy $8 50 ! That
Is just what you get at E. At. ANDREWS'.
The grandest display of
FURN I THEE!
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 !
For the little folks Useful o
propnaie i me aispiay is ready.
uoll Carriages, Doll Sets, Doll,
Dnl 1 fiat a TtrtU TtaAoianA
VelOCineries Rinrpaa Wairnna PKiMi-on). TK
- . ' j . . . - mqvuo, a rfCDng
Rockerc, 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
WHAT YOU WANT !
E. M. ANDREWS,
Largest Furniture Dealer in 'the
Feb. 7, 1896,
J. R. LIT TELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
Trade-Mark, and Copyright Cases,
OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Foreign patents, Caveats, and all business arising
under the n&tent lawa
prosecuted. Rejected cases accorded special
WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
UdOQ reCfcaDt Of mndpl nr alrAfnK nf invnnffAt.
a Mta vf. au vu kiuii
I advise aa to patent ability without charge.
: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
DOWLAN COTTON PLANTER
always gives satisfaction and is
the one for all fanners
T URN PLOWS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Plow Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees, Back Banc's.
Call in and see us.
J. H. WEDDINGTON & Co.,
Old Stand, 29 E. Trade St,
March 13, 1896.
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
A trial of. this plan costs but
little and is sure to lead to
Our pamphlets are not advertising circuivs boom
ing special fertilizers, but arc practical works, contain
ing latest researches on the subject of fertilization, and
are really helpful to fnrmcr,. They are sent free fot
GERMAN KALI WORKS, -
J3 Nassau St., New York,
JUSTICE TTARDWARE COMPANY
USTlCJfl t-1 ARDWAKE I OMPANY
UST1CE AJ-ARDWARE VoMPANY
HAMMOND & JUSTICE
Have in Stock
A NEW AND COMPLETE
Carpenters' Tools, House-
furnishing goods, Black
Smith's Tools, Agri
Chains, Hoc s. Plows. Ropes, Nails, Rcitv nd
MULE SHOES; AND IN FACT
Everything Usually Kept in a First - Class
X)ur ttock is NEWLY BOUGHT under the new
LOW TAEIF F
And we can give you the LOWE8T PRICES lr
HARDWARE ever offered in Charlotte.
Are the best on the market, fully warranted
Every stove i9 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 resnectfullv
solicit a continuation of the same, assuring
them that they will have no reirrets after makine-
their purchases from us. W. H. JUSTICE
Aug. 30, 1895
WE HAVE THE MOST
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns,
Carriage, and Wagon Material,
Woodware.mnd Queenware in the South.
Call and see us
and buy from us any goods in our line that you
may need. We will proaise to sell as low as
any one else and as low aa the lowest.
J. H. WEDDINGTON & CO.,
29, East Trade Street
Aug. 10. 1895.
iiT nniTuiauon na i ree uanaoooK write to
. fljSA it CO., JS61 Broadway. New Yobk.
...1-j.t bureau for SRonrins patents in America,
.'.veryi.fitentvakfnoutbyusls brought before
.no ;.nl,iio by a aoticsu given izve of charge la Uie
Larjtest circulation of cut wfenUfic paper In th
wor.0. SnlenUldiy Illustrated. So Intelligent
JcBMSBBBg. 361 Broadwar. Sev York City.
T iiom&s & Maxwell for Furniture are renowned.
H Iegt POods at lhpir fitftrA ro fnrtnrl
O riginators of novelties they are. It's true.
M onejon Furniture J hey can save to you.
A parlor, a bedroom, or a kitchen set;
S oayrn rags and lambrequins you here can get.
A ad furniture, bric-a-tirac. novelties ton
N ew elyles Thomas & Maxwell have for you.
i oa rtaxe mistake on "The Hustler" call.
M OSt for th least
A n enviable repatatioo they have won.
-a. vcneu ra v.aariotte thty are by dodc
W ondr's bargains in all department bear in mind
E Ver? thine for a hnme irnn hp vrill rlnt
Ii ook where you will, go where you may.
rauc 4 oosias es uaxweu are to-aay.
We also keep stoves.
That will bake tbe finest loaves.
Patients treated and Medicines Dispensed.
Prescriptions Carfully Filled.
And every article usually kept in a Drug btorc
3. B. ALEXANDER,
' No. 216 Nwth Tryon BL
Dec. 83. 1894. tariotte, N O.
Mai T is
Tutt's Pills -Cure
A Strong Fortification.
Fortify the body against disease
by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso
lute cure for sick headache, dys
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, bilious
ness and all kindred troubles.
"The FlyWheel of Life"
Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are
the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident that
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had a new lease of life.
J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, CoL
Tutt's Liver Pills
DRUGS! DRUGS !a
Blair Bros. Is :
headquarters for DRUGTS
PAINTS, OILS and every
thing kept in a first claBfl
DRUG ST O RE.
COME TO SEE US AND BE
-Ice Drinks Trusses-
DON'T YOU THINK
You have been promising
your wife long enough to tuy
her A NEW SsTOVE ? There
-is no excuse for further oromise
while we ar' tci ll . v
WE HAVE THEM AT
ALL PRIG EC :
CALL IN AND SEE THEM, EVEN IF YOU
Don't want to ouy now !
A FULL LINE OF RANGES
Beating Stoves, and Kitchen Utensils
W Slate and Tin Roofing, Veatilatoffa
J. N. McCAUSLAND & CO.,
209 and 211, 8outh Tryon St , Charlotte, N. C.
IW Mail orders receive prompt attention
May 10. 1895.
I have a nice line of Toilet Articles,
Consist in e of
Hair Brushes and Combs,
Perfumes, Soaps, &c.
Prescriptions given the best attention at
Db. J. B. ALEXANDER'S,
216 North Tryon St.
BJ Poor prescribed for free.
Auirust 19. 1895. l
Health is Wealth.
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
Is soldnnder positive Written Guarantee.
by authorized agonta only, to cure Weak Memory.
Dizanoss Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quickl
ness, lnufht Losses, Evil Dreams. Lack of Confi.
detice. Nerronsness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youth
ful Errors, or Excessive Cm of Tobncco, Opium,
or Laqutr. which leads to Misery, resumption!
insanity and Death. At store oi v mail, tl a
box; en for f5; with written guarantee t
cure or refund money. Sample pack
age, containing five daysr treatment, with fuh
instructions, 25 cents. Ono sample only sold to
iiowu. ai Biure or uy man.
k"Red Label Special.
I Extra Strength.
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Bieruity or isarrtmness.,.
?x h. mux, mz. ior WUIig
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DRUGGISTS AND SOLE AGENTS,
Charlotte, N. C.
FRESH MEATS, GAME.
Before Selling Your Ghoioe
BEEP CATTLE. PORK, EGGS,
Always in Market for above.
GEO S. HALL
Feb 28, 15-6
0"icc. fre?h Groceries, at BOTTOM PRICES!
A Ur?e"quantity of Chickem, Eggs, Batter, and
All KISDS Country Pioduce at SHORT :
PROFIT I aire as a call.
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Sleepers and Day Coaches between Washington
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$i,o o o. oo
WORTH OF ODD PIECES OF
To be so'd at about 50c on the $1.00. at - :
Thomas & Maxwell's.
Il) lllCPkl: IT nn nH.'.l..L ... .. "
-- . 6 wui ovuck we nna that we hav
70 dd Bureaus, 82 Beds, about SOOcLS alS
sevrl other odd pieaa tha will Vnt .w
with SUITS, uut 4'' to Zu JCU
From 50c to 75c on tlie $1.00. "
We Sell PnrnitnM '. " . : "
IF YOU nSeiTanY
OF THESE GOODS.
Now is thl tin A I . - S
50c on e tl OO vy0U c'n
wift us. ffifug Pd by trading
! Yours verv trnlv v h vors, we re-
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RIOHMONli S5 1JANVILLE AND
; Schnlule in Effect January 5
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fomiation only and is subject to ri..-!
notice to tbe public. - "ei!y
TRAINS LEAVE CHARLOTl
1 0-.54? d m No 85. dailv for a n.
lotte Air Line division, and all pojm, ti
wost f!arrie thmnh r..i "jOatlJ
room buffet sleeper between New Yort
ingtoo, A tianta and New Orleans
9:85 a m No 87 daily, Washington nrt . 1
wet Urn vestibuled limited, for Atlauta V
ham, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobi e 'H
Orleans, and all points south ad M
Through Pullman sleeper. New York .
Orleans, and New York to Memphk V!
car. vestibuled coach .between WashinotN
12:20 p mJMO 11 aauy, for Atlant
points bouih. Solid train, Richm nd t r?
Pullman skeping car, Richmond to GnT
. 1 i:W
. . .
11:0J P. M No. 85. daily, for Amt. J
h, Charleston, Jacksonville ai ct (j 03
tations. Carries through Pullman iZS
siauona. vmhw luiuugu r unman Hi."
room buffet sleeper betw en Ntw Yoik 55
nab aud Jacksonville. Also Pullman '1
8:50 a m No 83, daily, for Columbia m
C & A local stations. ; .
8:40 a m No 81, daily, Pullman
ment and sleeDine cars between New v.
St Augustine. - Pullman buffetl etnvt
York to Tampa Dining car 8alisbarr..S
Augustine. First class vestibuled coach wJi
ingtontoHt Augustine, fullman sleena f
Yoik to Augusta. 0f,I
8:30 p m No. 88 daily, Washingtoj J
Southwestern vestibuled limited for WasJuJi
and all points North. Through Pullmalv
Memphis to New York; New Orleans to V
York; Tampa to New York. Also carries 5
buled coach and dinning car, S
8:50 a m No 86 daily, for WashinJ
Richmond, Raleigh "and all points
Carries Pullman drawine-room bufftt h&)
New Orleans to New York; Jackfanvuvl
New York. I
110 p m. No 33 daily, for Washington ',!
the North. Carries Pullman compartments!
St Augustine to New York. DrawinenS
Sleeping car St Augustine to New York, Dm;
ing room buffet car Tampa to New York
first class vestibuled coach St Augustine D
Washington, Dinning car between 8t
tine and Salisbury. t
6:40 p m No 12, dally, for Richmond, y
eigh. Goldsboro and - all points North. (W
Pullman sleeping car from Greensboro toR?
mond. Connects at Greensboro with train J
rying Pullman car for Raleigh.
5:C0 a m No. GO, daily except
Freight and passenger for statesrilie and
4:15 p m No 18, daily, except Sunday.
Statesville and Taylorsyille and local states.
Trains arrive at Charlotte :
9:25 a m I
8:30 ami FROM THE NORTH
11:59 am f
6:20 p m VFROM ATLANT
HMO p m
8:25 a m
8:20 p m
10:50 p m
9:00 a m
4:15 p m
FROM AUGUSTA. -FROM
' Daily except Sunday.
All fnight trins carry passengers.
. J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager.
W. A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Ag ent,
W H GREEN, Geu'l Superintendent
S. H. HARDWICK, .Wt Gen'i Pass Art
CH AS. L. HOPKINS.
Trayeling Paasepgfr Agent,
. IS E. Tradje Street,
Charlotte, N. C.
Jan. 17, 1896.
Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line Railrci:
Connects at Hamlet with the Carolina Cm
f a. mil a . n ...
running 10 vv limingion, ana at itaieigo 1
the Raleigh & Gaston Road running to 1
Trains Goiko North. I
- No. 2, Ho t!
Leave Hamlet, 8:00 am 0:00 1:
" Sanford, 6:09 am 00:00 11
u Cary, . 8:35 a m 0:00 p;
Arrive at Raleigh. 9:00 a m 0:00 ji
. Tbaikb Going South.
. No.l. Kc
Dye. , D'ja
Leave Raleigh, 7:00 p m O.OCi
' u Cary, 7:26 p in O0:00
Sanford, 9:15 am OWf
Arrive at Hamlet, 12:15 am 0:0Ci
JOHN H. WINDER, Gen'l Manager
Feh. 9 1896
WHAT "WE WAN!
YOUR WHEAT AND CORN.
Bring It Along!
What We Will Do.
Pay You oe Highest Market Price at au;
times, is cash, for Your . Grain, orExdunf
ion me uest Roller Flour and. Meal for it
What "We Have.
The Best Equipped Mill in the State. J
Your Patronage is Desired.
THE MECKLENBURG MILLS,
Charlotte, & &
March 20. 1896; -
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- IS THE ,
Largest, Oldest and Best EqaipPel
J: ; School
.OF ITS -KIND m THE STATE. -'
Its courses ar thnmntrlilv 'nractical,B j?"
tlude:' Bookkeeping, both Single and DonWfZ
try; Banking, Joint Stock JnmansBipJ
metic. Commercial Law. Business CoritJT:
ence. Spelling, and Shorthand and Type
) Thoroughly competent teachers. CoiF
located in JMSfe. A. Building.
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