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AMERICAN ABROAD.
Speech of the Hon. Henry Walterson
the Loudon Ceiebr-dtu n of Itltm ii&
From the Courier -Journal.
On thi t vtrint; f tlm .'iO
the Piiiii-t- '-VuU;.- liui m
f MaV, ih
i the tiew
Mcir.tiial Da
Wiit- i !t I i ; ; l u z.i u bai.qut i
id bai.qui i
dtliO U; li e Jic I . Pall ck A. CVi!:ri,
Cciu!-Gt i 1 1 :i. Li'idi ti, I 3 bi- iN
length, lit . J ii Cc i:t u.'p 1 il o Uiiiuo
Stcu w; 1 r Uriicd KiigcVm. The
licit. Js n . fc K. S'(tl, Cti.fcul to Livir
pocJ,j-Hfc:t!titi. Oi) I if- light tat MrBay
aid, tLe A tr:c i icati Ambttetdor. Tie
ccmjaiy wttciy large and difctirguifb
td, in lucir g Wr. Ilaiiijin Taylor, Mini.
tertobttn; TLeUtn. George b. licar
of Matftc but t tit , Mr. Jttij.b Puliizer,
ard inary Er.gJit-h guifth- Mr. Iltnr
WalttiK ii mrciidtd to the t afct of Me
I -
tncrial lty. 1 Le klliwirg ibt
Its I of bin 1 1 ma i kr:
'A c'ihtir gubcd jcurrjalibl of London,
holding a K-al in the Imperial Parlia
ment, was quoted Iat,t winter as paying
that, before the United States venture
upon a war with England, or any foreign
power, the Southern section of the Union
would have to be reckoned with. How
little he knew about the situation of af
faire, and the stale of public sentiment,
id America. Jt upon this Memorial Day,
officially dedicated to the fallen heiceof
one aimy. tt.o lallcn heroes of both
armies who fought in that stubborn
contention could bo mustered on earth,
and could wiuuhn the complete oblitera
tion of every sign, token, and is-sue of
domestic stiif'c, and realize, as the livirg
do, the full rneanirg of tho conclusive le-
fcult reached thirty-one years ago, it rr.ay
bo doubted whether the exultation of the
one side would, in sincerity and univer
sality, exceed tho satisfaction, uf the
other side. 1 say 'satisfaction' advUcdlr.
for, since no man can be expected to
' exult in his own defeat, a stronger ex.
pression might not precisely fit the case.
But I do declare that, among the survi
vors of those who fuught so well from
Big Bethel in 18G1 to Appomattox in 18
65, and their descendants, there is now
but ono fotling, and that of thankfulness
to iaod that Ho laid iho weight of His
hand upon the Southern Confederacy,
and preserved the lif.j of the American
Union.
"1 was over here just afttr the dread
ful struggle a very ragged rebel, indeed
and was not long discovering that
such trivial distinctions as Federal and
Confederate were Greek to tho average
European mind. All of us, Soutboroers
and Northerners alike, all of lis Wflro
Yankees. I took tho hint, and with it
the shortest cut I could back to the pro
tccling folds of tho flag under which I
was born, and 1 found there the shelter
bo ample and restful, so comforting and
so comfortable, that I clung to it, froze
to it, and have cwr since been advising
the boys, old and young, to follow my
example.
I'Wilh all deference to my very old
and dear friend, tho Ambassador mill t r
.!
the sentiments uttered by the eminent
Senator from Massachusetts, I confess
that I am a jingo: but you will bo assured
that I 'moan no discourtesy to those of
w.. j.iiiou liiuuua wue nave nonoroa us
oy their presence
wuoux loii vn nnn
r KnwT S
Sthom that it was from England I larnnH I
J the lesson and got the cure. Let mo
Hasten to add that there is no
wuicq jnginu iiaa that America wants
The world is quite big enough for both of
us. But nothing is gained to either by
BoeUing to conceal tho fact that behind
i the party leaders and the Dubhc ionrnia
- l;itsi t . . .
here to-day and gone tomorrow, there
a w a "II? I i a
imuionsoi people who may not with
leafety be ignored, and vast interests
iwhichcan only bo secured by a policy of
firm, enlightened self insertion, equally
plain spoken on both sides.
. .! "The greatness and glory of England
go without saying. It should need no
:elf-seeking flunkeyism eager .for social
recognation nor any resonant 1ip.service
'a Mehghted to have an audience and rejoic
i if-1 nS in tho sound of its own voice, to lm
J M press upon inteligent Englishmen the
j ir'uth, that no intelligent American de
t wres and other than the moat constant, the
i ! most cordial relations. of friendship with
; jSngland. There are indeed shrines here
ynere we worship: tountn nlnn
lave drawn thirst quenching draughts of
?bnIlyiand p00try and ,aw- But the
a i uwu w
we
alk
ttuuut common
institutions and a
ommon
VM .SuBgv is uueup iaik, and, in
i i i .u.vuiug lam. xne
uiiio iHnnrH mioino rii n 1.1 . mi
M-uuimon language did not
prevent us
; rura going 10 war on two
) LI
occesions, and
.. .viv uutuoiun wnen we
j appen to be out of temper to express
., xtovtTuo iuvj iuuib voiudiv and fho
flensively. Tho common institution
uuuDjrsij. auu commo
There they do not expose
bg interests, aro rather in-
to us conflict-
maginary than
3al. We are of commoi
are of common on' win onH
,Jood
undoubtedly, and that meanj that
je are good fightem, wjio may be cc
,U on, each to stand by his own-
i nnicniiontlir nn .1.:.. . '
count-
insequently, as this circumstance has
, ,mo io oe toierablv we iinrcin
.'.pth sides of the Atlantic, wo are hearing
:J good deal about a new principle of
aernational ethics, or jurisprudence, orl
- .u nm, wuicn mey call arbilra- I
VIWall T r .. .. .
t v-V arpiiration.' 1 am for
.uu jusi as l am for religion and
Srahty ana justice, and all other good
grigs that sound well and cost little
. M, who ever heard of religion or mor-
IV Or lURtirA intamno:.- . .
' - wr,.ug tu prevent th
e
.vu juur cnurcn or my church fror
jvg, as an aggregation, what no honest
n would willingly do aa an individual.
Uions, I fear, are no better than
Arches, and, while arbitration
m
ouuii may
i very well as a preventive, it will
(i tho disorder has struck in or be-
dVMiuoic, prove lneflecruft! B o
it is that the body politic, the body
1 nor ft In mrt 111.., t.i j 1 . .
J i xr v uely navo.
ij-nou uniu man ceasi-s to
i ; , . will
i.f. . .
,T .1, Vbencouns 0f jaw
h - Ma.boli8hcd and lawr-r-nm t.,. :. ..
in . n J t
w uvu iinii
ytneir lunc ions as preachers
f, wUaiiga meir pulpus; when
, tu.u win not permit one
r..M u.,UBr ,n, wares; in short,
jn the lion and lamb have Concluded
ool their issues and to lie down to,
sant dream?, wo sbali have ihat
1 . V' lrade and sailors'
Bv,,ueiii,7 invoked on this tide
sr." xr" i -r: uM wd Mr.
r.l,: .;7ur.e,? y 51 r- Cleveland.
J uuwcu, UO OOtM nirlnu
r! " a,na Know what itac
II w iiicaiiN vi n I AAlr .
or. Kniu": ". uprn 11 on' wjth
sides
J ". 6cr evils
1 r
4 wkiDd ;tban war whHse ei mat An
W (Tin
a
ai
Day.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neitl:.;r Opium, 3Iorphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi.i Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions, of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and
allays Feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour
Curd, cures Diarrhoea ami 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.
lull
Castoria.
"Caatorla is an excellent medicine for
children. Mothers have repeatedly told me
of its good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Osgood, Iowell, 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 Mastto, 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. X,. O. Morgan, South Atnboy, N. J.
Children Cry for
TM CIWTUW COIIMKY. TT
Children Cry for
from human experience makes the emas
cuiaiion ot the human speoies simply a I
i. nmu. it wu tuu neroic
spirit of the Anglo-Saxon race wbioh
placed England whereEngland is to-day,
and her warriors are no more to be for
gotten than her Pages, forgotten if at all
at her peril It is to this same martial
spirit that the American Union owes all
that it is, and on which it must rely to
maintain all that it has. It is certainly
true that these two great nations occupy
a position strong enough to rule the des
tinies of the world; but they are not like
iy 10 agree upon the terms until English
men find as much to thrill and exalt
them at Mount Vernon as Americans find
to thrill and exalt them at Stratford-on
Avou.
"Till then
thank incr God lh it T m n
Anglo Saxon and glorying in tho icbieve
ments of my race, visible everywhere in
this wondcrous land. I must rest upon
the answer made by John Adams to
George the Third, when the King re
minded him that, having been born an
rjDgusn subject, be ousht to love Ens-
land:
iire, said tho sturdy old reDubli-
t -r f
!v ' 1 0ve no r.ntry except myown.'
.el,na- y.OU Wl11 forgive me if I
overstep tne limitations as to belligeren
cy in my case purely abstract official
ly fixed upon an association dedicated to
the noble arts of avarice and pea . Rut
something may be allowed to certain pe
cuuarities of the occasion. Your guest ia
wu.o evening a uenerai, 1, myself, being
aKentuckian, have sometimes been sailed
Colonel.
''If, inspired by the heroic dead, to
whose memory we have drunk, I take
leave to hoist the national bunting a lit
tle higher than the Duke of York's cols
umn, I trail it also in pious homage to
ward that dome vondor whern lin ihA
mortal remains of Wellington and Nol
80D'i 1 certainly do not moan to bread
the lion in his den, nor to twist the mane
or the tail of the noble beast, when I re
mind you that we. too. havn in r.rnf.nri
Sherman and Lee, in Farragut and
Stonewall Jackson, Anglo-Saxon sol-
diers whom Englishmen should delight
to honor. Upon the basis of that honor,
mutual, reciprocal, spontaneous, and sin
oere. mav Encrlond nri a i
be, what they of right are and ousht to
be, bone of one bone and flesh of one
flesh."
OVERWORK
INDUCED
Nervous Prostration
Complete Recovery by the Ute of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
" Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
unable to look after my interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at once,
- :o:
on
and gradually increased rev weight from
one hundred and twenty -five to two
hundred pounds. Since then, I and my
family have used this medicine when
needed, and we are all in the best of
health, a fact which we attribute to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I believe my chil
dren would have been fatherless fo-day
had it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
of which preparation I cannot say too
much.''-H. O. Hrxsox, Postmaster and
Planter, Kinard's, S. C.
Ayer's
Plow
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AVER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills!
Uoose Grease.
Goose ereasc Liniment ,!ti :
matism. nenraltrU u"1 01 "leu-
or back and in f.7t - ' uea(?acne. Pns in
lAiM J .1 . . J J VIA AiE&Vt IT
W?Sid ,
" J - wcu uw nil II III IT
A e,
' "i'l ii 1 y.
What is
Castoria.
" 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
results."
Edwin F. Pardee, M. D., New York City.
" We have three children and thy ' Cry 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
child's medicine."
Rev. w. A. Cooper, Newport, Ky.
Pitcher's Castoria.
MUWV THtIT. HtW IOM CITV.
Pitchers Castoria.
LOOK AT THIS.
TABLES AT
$8 50 8 50 $8 50
&8 SO I
Would not be bad on a table. erneciallv wlin
you cn get a $12 50 Table for on y $ 8 50 ! That
in juai wuaijou gel at IS M ANDREWS .
The grandest display of
FUEN I TTJRE!
ever shown in our history. The pries, not
withstanding the advance in many lines, are
tuwer iuan ev r otiore in our history
"ujrujg in bucu 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 I
MADE AN IMnnnuuPMT ,
- x ,
-.o:- BEAUTIFUL -:o:-
For 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 muit see
OUR LEADER IS COUCHES
10, 18, 22.75. 15, 18, 22.50. 25 and $50
WH IT YOU WANT !
They are
E. M. ANDREWS,
Largest Furniture Dealer in tLe
STATE.
Feb. 7, 1896,
-:o:
J. R. LITTELL,
ATTRNEY AND COUNSELLOR
IN PATENTS,
Trade-Mark, and Copyright Cases, ,
OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Over twelve VMM vrnunannn A .
American and
Foreign patents, Caveats, and all business arising
Under the natont loT.ro .1 , ' .
under the patent laws
. pn'uipuy ana carefully
Jej(cted cases accorded special
-
attention.
WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
Upon rece.pt of model or sketch of invention
I advise as to patent abilitr withnnt nK.,. ' 1
May 12. 1895.
oial
- S PRINQ H A K D
WAR E-:o:-
We are selling the only
RIVETED COTTON HOE
8
the market, and it would Pat
you to examine our stock.
xr
1 r?
TIIE GENUINE
DOWLAN COTTON PLANTER
I1
A.
always gives satisfaction and is
tho one for all fanners
to buy.
E
f
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TURN P L O W S -
OK ALL DKSCaiPriONS,
Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees. Back Bands.
Trace Chains
:o:- and
a comDletft
stock
x
:o:-
of
HARDWARE.
Call in and see us.
J. H. WEDDINGTON & Co.,
Old Stand, 29 E. Trade St.
March 13, 1896.
And
Tob
acco.
No crop varies more in qual
ity according to grade of ferti
lizers used than tobacco. Pot
ash is its most important re
quirement, producing a large
yield of finest grade leaf. Use
only fertilizers containing at
least 10 actual
Potash (K,0)
in form of sulphate. To in
sure a clean burning leaf, avoid
fertilizers containing chlorine.
. 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 farmers. Tbey are sent free for
the asking.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
gi Nassau St.. New York.
JUSTICE
D8TICE
USTIOE
HARDWARE
ARDWARE
ARD WARE
G
OMPANY
OMPANY
OMPANY
Successors to
HAMMOND & JUSTICE
Have. in Stock .
A NEW AND COMPLETE "
LINE OF
Hardware
AND CUTLERY,
BUILDEIiS'
HARD WARP,
Vs'"
Carpenters' Tools, House
furnishm? goods, Black-
Smith's Tools, Agri
- cultural Implements
Chains, Ho; s, Plows. Ropes, Nails, Bcje k od
MULE SHOES; AND IN FACT
everything Usually Kept in a First Class I
Hardware Store.
Our Ktock is NEWLY BOUGHT under the new ,
LOW T A R I F F
And we can give you the LOWEST PRICES ir
HARDWARE ever offered in Charlotte.
Are the best on the market fniw I
Every stove is fully up to the trade mark stand- j
O BlAVfl 1 a Til llff lin n U J 1 . I
ard ,f our coking stoves and ranges
Call and
" olUC ,u lue Y
Q
r aivoKj a auijX, 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 thev will have no t-Pirrota aft. m.tinn
tnpir nnriViAnn. t-r . it VV . o
. Ku.vuaoca UUU1 US. VY . 11. J U H 1 ItJK
Aug. 30, 1895
WE HAVE THE MOST
COMPLETE STOCK
OF
Hardware.
Cutlery,
0
AMMUNITION,
Carnage, and Wagon Material,
Woodware, and Queenware in the South.
Call and see ua
Ya fr U8 anj Zda in our "ne that you i
may need. We will promise to sell as low as I
"j cjbc buu as jow as the lowest.
J. H WEDDINGTON & CO
29, East Trade Street.
Aug. 10.1895.
s.
TRAnv
DESICM PaVLVI
if V v. CO 361 BBOioWAT, New Tm
the putuo ruotUnu 2J25 r
Mtnixftt wtmm
:t MnrnliHAH
world. SpteoawiVuin.rPJW-.?"
man should be wlthiT ii , it- . : :
year: U50 rtnA&r&l W '
uss8. set Brcy
ACROSTIC.
T hnmna Mr lli.nii r
American '
O . . u d..c otc IUUDU.
rigmators if novelties thi-v
A nfr7.n ?u"itare ,hev CAn to Voa.
A. parlor, a bedrnnm or o '
Kutucu bci:
rnvrrm urn. onl i.i , .
v s ,ou.Uic4um9 you Here can get.
nd furniture. hrk.n.hr.
, . --, uuvcuies, 100.
!. ly'r" T& Maxwell have forvnn.
misiate-on -The Hustler" call
?if?r S e ,east m.onty lhey to
n enviable remitnf Son 1
mviMZf ul oePamentbearin mind
T thJnff fcr bome yu here will finf
00k where you will, go where vou mav
w", . are to -a ay
" iso seep stoves.
DISPENSAR Y
AND
DRUG STORE.
,
.Patients treated and Medicine n;Er.-..
WMirt
Prescriptions Carfully Filled.
PURE DRUGS.
every article anally kept in a Drmr Hto
J- B ALEX A N DKD
No. 216 North Tryon. St. .
Charlotte, N C
Dec 23, 1894.
Tutt's Pills
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Perfect Health.
Keep the system in perfect or
der by the occasional use of
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ulate the bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body.
For sick headache, malaria, bil
iousness, constipation and kin
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DRUGS! " DRUGS!
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thing kept in a first class
DRUG STORE.
COME TO SEE US AND BE
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-:o:-BLAIR BROS. :o:-
DON'T YOU THINK
You have been promising
your wife long enough to buy
her A NEW bTOVE ? There
is no excuse for farther promise
wnue we ar" eea-fcc tl tv
LOW.
WE HAVE THEM AT
ALL PRICC ;
CALL IN AND SEH THEM, EVEN IP YOU
: Don't want to ouy now !
A FULL LINE OF RANGES
Heating Stoves, and Kitchen Utenei s
K3T Slate and Tin Ro firg. Ventilators
and Cornice
J. N. McCAUSLAND & CO.,
"
13 Mail orders receive prompt attention
May 10. 1695.
TOILET ARTICLES.
I bave a nice line of Toilet Articles,
Consisting of
Tooth Brtiies,
Hair Brushes and Combs,
Perfumes. Soaps. &c.
Prescription given the best attention at
O. J. B. ALEXANDER'S,
216 North Tryon St.
C loor prescribed for free
August 19, 1895.
DR. IS. C. WEST'S
NERVE m BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
Is sold under positix'B Written Guarantee,
by authorized agents only, to euro Weak Memory
Diazinoss. VVakef ulni ee, Fits, Hyeteria. Quicfcl
ress, NtKht Losses, Kv II Breams. Luck of Confi
dence. Nervousness. Loteltade, r) 1 Drains, Vouth
tal Errors, or Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium.
r Laqaor. which leads to Misery, resumption!
Insanity and Death. At stora or mail.Slii
box; six for $5; with written guarantee to
tntfo w rctind rnony. Sample pack
COlltOlmnv fica.l.Mi fi.nl-.n.n I
mstructions, 25 eontj. Ore fcnplo only 6old to
such person. At storo or by maiL
dr-VJ tx,ra Streagth.
J l'ower. Loal MsttihoiKf. V
k j M?- Sterility or Barrenness.
"SjyDjtti a bos; til for 5. with4-
XL. ALEXANDER & CO.,
IDBlrCJOISTS AND SOLE AGENTS,
Charlotte. N. C.
NEW REMEDIES
GREAT VALUE'
AT
DR. J B. ALEXANDER'S DRTTO stork
Special Tonic Tablets, Postillers
Woman's Frieud, The .Great Renovator v...
quire of the Doctor bout thene Remediea
M'ay 18. 1695
M N. TRYON 8T..
FKJ5SH MEATS, GAME.
FINE GROCErUES
8LE ME
Before Selling Your Choioe
IkihUi is Wealth.
HKKF CATTLE. PORK. EGGS.
CHICKENS, fcc.
Always in Maitet for above.
GEO S. HALL
TeJ 28, Itm
FULL STOCK
fl - ief. frerkrooerHa,at SOTTOM PRICES!
WE HANDLE
SHty of Cbickerjg, Egjrs, Butter, and
AM KIN OS Country Produce at SHORT
iRQFlT! Give us a call.
CROV7ELL & HENDERSON,
Aiut. 80.1895. 337 East Trade Streeu
I IMITCn
DOUBLE DAILY
SERYICE
SEABOARD AIR LINE B.
ROUTE OF THE FAM6TJS
ATLANTA SPECIAL "
BETWEEN
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON,. NORFOLK
AND '
ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS. SOUTHWEST
ALSO TUB
S. A. L. EXPRESS
Schedule in effect April 5th, 1896.
westward! No. 41. No 403.
Lv. Wilmington 3 20 p m
Ar. Lumberton 5 26 p m
Maxton . 6 12 p m
" Liurinburg 6 25 pm .
Hamlet 6 55 p m
Lv. Hamlet 7 15 p m 9 10 a m
Ar. Rockingham 7 26 p m 9 20 am
" w&desboro 8 01 pm 9 52 a m
Monroe 8 55 p m 10 40 a m
" Charlotte 10 20 p m 11 85 a m
" Mt. Holly 11 59 a m
Liccolnton ... 12 55 pm
" Phelby 1 50pm
Ar. Rutherford ton 3 00 p m
eastward. No.' 88 No 402.
Lv. Rotherfordton 4 35 p m
" Shelby 5 58 pm
Lincolnton 6 55 p m
" Mt Holly 7 45 p m
" Charlotte 5 25 a m 8 80 p m
" Monroe 6 13 a m 9 15 p m
" Wadesboro 7 07 a ra 9 56 pm
" Rockingham 7 40 am 10 25 pm
Ar Hamlet 7 55 a m 10 35 p m
Lv Hamlet 9 10am
" Laurinburg 9 31am .
" Maxton . . 9 49 a m
" Lumberton 10 40 a m
Ar. Wilmington . 12 50 p m
PALMETTO R R BRANCH
f9 25 a m
10 45 a m
Lv.
Ar.
Hamlet
. Cheraw
Ar. 6 50 p m
Lv f5 30 p m
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Daily fDdily, except 8unday
Nos. 402 and 403. the "Atlanta Special," Solid
Pullman Vestibuled Limited Trdin. with Buffet
Bieepers and Day I oaches between Washington
and Atlanta, Richmond and Charlotte, also
Portsmouth and Monroe, connecting at Atlanta
for and from Chattanooga. Nashvillp. Memnhia
Texas. California, Macon and Florida. Parlor
and Dining Cars New York to Washington.
Nos. 38 and 41, the "8. A. L. Express," Solid
Train of Pullman SUepers and Day Coaches be
tween Portsmouth, Weldon and Atlanta, New
York and WeMon.also New York and Cape
Charles, connecting at Portsmouth with Bay
Line, coastwise steamers, Washington steamers
ana "i ape Charles Route," to and from all
points North and East.
NO EXTRA FaRE ON ANY TRAIN
For Tickets. Sleepers and informati on annlv tn
Ticket Agents, or to J G. BA8KERVILLE
Ticket Agent, Charlotte, N C.
fcT John, Vice President & Gen. Manager.
H. W. B. Glover, Traffic Manager
V. E. McBke, General Superintendent.
T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pats. Agent
- General Offices, Portsmouth, Va.
May 6
FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE AGENCY.
Established in 1854.
NOW RKPRE8KNTINO
ROYAL. ... ,
WESfUN AS8UHANC. f EB8,i8h Companies
r er i a ii o ra a
Virginia Fire and M..
"Niagara." Rocawter German
Insurance Company o North America,"
K. NYE HUTCHISON.
AeKMTj
Office Springs corner, Trade and Tiyo
n streets
Up-8tair.
Not. 29. 1895
Charlotte. N C.
$1,000.00
WORTH OF ODD PIECES OF
0 R N I T U R E
A1 WIS L I
To be eo'd at about 50c on fh i nr. I
- i.v, 11
Thomas & Maxwell's.
70 oSZ rk.r we haTe
several other odd piesha 1 -T8 Md
with SUITS. th.t wf SSoS
Y
rom o0c to 75c on the $1,007
in NfSSffJper ,hM1 any other HOUSE
IF YOU NED ANY
OF THESE GOODS.
Now is the time to buy, as
on
oo csn aave about
" - xuuri renr trnlv. "w ao
THOHAS & HAXWELI,
BOUTttBBN - BAILWa
PIEDMONT AIR LINE
RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND v
CAROLINA DIVISION Rt&
Scb-dnle in Effect June h m
This Condensed Echedu'e is m,u: .
formation only and is subject to Vii-it!.,
notice to tHe public. "Ke !),.,
TRAINS LEAVE tDARLOT'jv
10:55 p m No 35, dailj for Atlau n i r
lotte Air Line division, nnd all nciu c, CU
Souihwest. Carries through Pul nian i i
room buffe sleeper between New York u"!
ington, Atlanta and New Orleans ' ''Mi.
B.
:S5 am No 37 daily, Washington n,i
wettrn vestibuled liniiud, ftr At:ai i x- uti-
ham, Memphis, Montgtmery, MoLie t&x
OrleaiiS, and bll poiiats t-ot.th hi d m,,'
Thiongh Pullman t.leper. N w Y.,.t.a
Orieans. and New York to Men vhis n-
car. vestibuled coach betwet u Wcshinn. " D
Atlantt
1 n m Noll Hitilv ter .)...
points bouih. Solid train, Richm nd to' Ail
Pullmaa elteping car, Richmond to Grtens1
" 11:0 ) P. M No. 35. daily, for Augusta R,."
nah, Rock Hill, Chester, Columbia and iaM.
vine. ivarnea lurou'o rn mm .
sson.
room buffet sleeper between New York w"
nah and Jacksonville. Also
Charl itte to Augusta. "W,
9:35 a m No 87, daily, for Columbia and i.
C & A local stations Ma u
8:30 p m No. 38 daily, Washington m
Southwestern vestibuled limit d for WaBhinetn
and all points North, Through Pul'man p
Mtftaphiato New York; Nsw Orleans toNel'
York; Tampa to New York. Also carries
olu.
8:50 a m No 86 daily, f..r Washing
Richmond, Raleigh and all points nlnt'
Carries 'Pu'lman drawing-room bufftt sleecw
New Orleans to New York: Jacksonville ..'
New York f
6: 30 D m No 23 dailv. f.ir Co umht ni .
local stations between Charlotte nd Columbia.
6:40 p m No 12, da!y, for Richmond R.i
eigh Goldsboro and all points North
Pullman sleeping car from Greensboro to Ricb
mond. Connects tt Greensboro with train car
rying Pullman car for Raleigh.
7:00 a m No. 60. dailv exceDt s.m.io.
Freight and pasrjenger for Statesvil e and locii
stations.
4:30 p m No 16. daily, except Bundar
Statesville and Taylorsyille and local stat ons.
Trains arrive at Charlotte :
v-:z-i a m
12:00 m
FROM THE NOUTH.
FROM A TLA NT.
FROM AUGUSTA.
FROM COLUMBIA.
FROM 8TATESVILLE
10:40 p m
8:33 a m
6:20 p m
8:20 p m J
K:25 a m )
8:30 pm
8:15 p m
8:40 ami
4:00 p m J
Daily except Sunday.
, All freight trains carry passengers.
J. M. LULP, Traffic Manager.
, W. A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Af ent,
Washington, D C
W H GREEN, Gen'i Superintendent.
Washington, D C.
- S. H. HARD WICK, a st Gen'l Pass. Ag't
A'lanta fl
CHAS. L. HOPKINS.
Traveling Passemter Ageiit,
18 E Trade Mreet,
Charlotte, N. C.
June 18, 189S.
R&leigb & Augusta Air-Line Railroad,
Connects at Hamlet with the Carolina Cent!
running to Wilmington, and at Raleigh v t
the Raleigh & Gaston Road running to W4
don.
Trains Going Nobth.
No. 2, No. 4
D'y exe't D'y exc'
Monday. Sundsr
Leave Hamlet, 3:00 am 0:00 a a
" Sanford, 6:09 a m 00:00 ax
. " C"7. 8:85 am 0:00 pi
Arrive at Raleigh. 9:00 am 0:00 p 1
Tbains Going Sovtb '
No:ir no.
D'y ex. D'y ex
Sunday. Mond
Leave Raleigh, 7:00 p m 0:00
" Cary, 7:26 pm 00:00 a
" 8anford, 9:15 a m 0:00 p
Arrive at Hamlet, 12:15 am 0:00 p
JOHN H WINDER. Gen'l Manager
Vfh. . 1896
WHAT "WE "WANT.
YOUR WHEAT AND CORN.
Bring it Along!
"What e "Will Do.
Pay You the Highest Market Price at ah.
times in cash, for Your Grain, or Exchange
ioner r tour ana Meal for it.
"What We Have.
t&- The Best Equipped Mill in the State.
Your Patronage is Desired.
THE MECKLENBURG MILLS,
m v Charlotte, N G.
March 20. 1896.
THE
CHARLOTTE
SBCIAL
E
18 THE.
Largest, Oldest and Best Equipped
School
OF TTH TTTM
&
?is?Mn. Joint Stock. Penmanshio. Arith-
CRm-rci Law. Business CoriespoPd
ence Spellioer. and Shonh.ni T.ron,,itinir
, .7. oro.u?i.,Jr competent teachers. (Jolleee it
College i
located lo Y. M. O. A Rn!.
Wine for rarticulara tn
"
JACKSON HAY WARD.
April 24-tf
Proprietors.
Surgical Instruments.
A full line of Surgical Instruments at Manufac
'f Prices. Call and examine them.
w orders will be promptly attended to
0rt R- H- JORDAN & f'O.
-pt 20, 1895
To Mothers.
MotLers who fear cramp.colds, caugbs. ect,you
cflnd nothing better than Goose Grease. Rub
plenty of it on throat an chest and you will
Sl-w1 Ttlutlfjm are not pleased with
mniu Uke jKtt!etack and get your monev.
Graif.by -'Iggfauand m.de onlybytbe
.R.JnentCoMGreeaib C.
Used In German v.
T!,"?-5- thousand'0!
sprains, bruises Vic iH 5 ""tam, neura
reliableemedrnowanDd Aw be thek
entrants. t i.. wu Always sold nnJ
era
mm
toycggistreefeof take Jtb.1
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