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-AND A LIFE SAVED By the Fersistent Use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla "I was troubled for years with a sore on my knee, which several physicians, who treated me, called a cancer, assuring me that nothing could be done to save my life. As a last resort, I was induced to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak ing a number of bottles, the sore LAW 'DEPARTMENT. began to disappear and my general health improve. I persisted in this treatment, until the sore was en tirely healed. Since then, I use Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in deed, it seems as though I could not keep house without it." Mrs. S. A. Fields, Bloomfield, la. Conducted Bv Charles W. Tlllett, of tfa ' Charlotte Bar. NOTES AND ACCOUNTS UNPAID SHOULD BE REDUCED TO JUDG-MENT.-There Is absolutely no invest ment that a business man can make which will yield a larger return for the outlay than that necessary to reduce his uncollectible notes and accounts to Judgment, and have the judgment docketed in the Superior Court. It is the custom with a large number of business 'men when a note or account cannot be collected to charge it up on the profit and loss account, and let it run out of date. This is great folly. It costs but a very small sum to reduce a claim to judgment, and even though the debtor had nothing at the time, yet it will be found that in a surprisingly large number of cases, the debtor will acquire something before the Judgment runs out of date. We know of at least two instances where Judgments were taken against parties who were wholly insolvent at the time, but the Judg ments were collected years afterwards out of the insurance money coming to the Judgment debtors upon the death of certain relatives. For a much stronger reason, if the debtor has any land at all, a judgment should be taken, because the Judgment, if properly docketed in the Superior Court, will be come a lien ujon the land, and will be collected some day, when the home stead right falls in; and in the mean time any person who purchases the land from the Judgment' debtor, will take it subject to the lien of the judgment. AYER'S The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla. Ayer's Pills Regulate the Liver Baumgarten's Studio the PHOTOS and life s?ze CRAYONS on exhibit" arj simply wonderful and lira like tv-ANDTHE PRICES- are most reasonable, carries a nice line of FEAMES-:o be also LEGAL. HOLIDAYS CONTRACTS AND LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 'ON. We know that there is an apprehen sion among some business men that contracts made on a legal holiday are not binding, but there is no law to that effect. A contract made on a legal holiday is just as binding as one made on any other day. There is, however, a question of some importance in reference to holidays which arises in the minds of lawyers of this State every time a legal holi day, such as Thanksgiving Day, oc curs. The question is whether process issued from anx court on a legal holi day is void, lind whether a judg ment by default, for instance, taken in a magistrate's court on a legal holiday, would be invalid.- In the case of State vs. Moore, 104 N. C, 748, our Supreme Court intimated that "It may not be lawful to sue out or execute civil pro cess notices and the like" on legal hol idays. If this intimation were followed up by an opinion to that effect, then we doubt not that a good many pro ceedings already had in court would be void. It is expressly held in the case referred to that if the Superior Court sits on a legal holiday, its pro ceedings on that day would be valid, and it is stated that the courts cannot compel the attendance of witnesses and suitors on a legal holiday. . Under this law, as we understand it, a witness need not attend court on a holiday, and by the same reason it would seem that if a party were summoned to appear in a magistrate's court on a legal holiday, he may disregard it, and a Judgment renaerea on that day would be void. Until our Supreme Court has passed upon all these points It is certainly safer not to institute any proceedings on legal holidays, and not to have any process returnable on these days. all of which are greatly need in price. See them convinced. red- and be 7 West Trade St. CHARLOTTE, N. C. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY. Established in 1854. KOW BKPBK8KNT1NO ROYAL, - - - ) . WESTK'N ASSURANCE. EnSlisn C. WRITS OF ERROR IN THE UNI TED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS. When the Circuit Courts of Appeals were established by an act of Congress, passed on March 3, 1891, power was granted in the act to these courts to establish rules of practice regulating the manner of brining cases before the courts for review. Accordingly the courts have established rules which conform in the main to the rules of practice in the Supreme Court of the United States, through differing in some important particulars. Each Cir cuit Court of Appeals has its own rules, and we propose to give here a brief outline of how a case is cariied up for review to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the fourth circuit. We do this at the request of some members of the bar, and hope that it may be helpful to those who have not yet toad experi ence in this practice. The act of Congress which provided that in actions at law, the practice in the Federal Courts shall conform as nearly as may be to the practice in the State Courts has no application to ap pellate proceedings, and hence as soon as a case begins to "head" towards the appellata. court, the rules of practice in the State courts can not be followed. Of course every lawyer knows that In the Federal Courts the distinction between suits in equity and actions at law are still preserved, just as they were in this State prior to 1868. In equity cases in the appellate courts the equity proceedings are very sim ple, and not unlike those in our State Courts, as the equity case goes ud bv an appeal. We do not propose to dis cuss appeals in equity cases, but we have started out to give a history of a writ of error in an action at law. We know of some cases where lawyers having considerable practice in our State Courts have taken appeals in ac tions at law in Federal Courts, instead of suing out writs of error, and they have "come to grief" when the record readied the Court of Appeals, for the up peals were promptly dismissed in .hat court. TAKING EXCEPTIONS. In taking exceptions the first differ ence noted between the practice in the oiate court and the Federal Court is that in the latter court the objection to the evidence must be specific; that is the ground upon which the objection is made must be set out. and it will not do, as in our State Court, to enter a general objection, and then seek to take advantage in the appellate court of any ground upon which it is possi ble to sustain it. Likewise the exceptions to the charge of the court must be specific and it' the charge .excepted to contains more than one distinct proposition of law, and either proposition is correct, an excep tion will not be sustained. It may be stated in this connection that the Judges in the Federal Court are not forbidden to express an opinion upon Che merits of any controversies tried before a Jury, and they have the right to intimate to the Jury which side the court thinks is entitled to their verdict, but it is necessary that the Judge should hiform the Jury that they are not to be bound by his opinion. BILL OF EXCEPTIONS. iJNiSt tiSSSZV&jZ5i SKfV!ucf ..ne Federal Practice contemplates .lFtinlYZt that tJli Piding judge should write tul rorExUVTobUp"uS; ,ut eac ception It is taken, and ?Z3?"r- uch l"d to Misery. Consumption, f111 and seal it then and there, but, fciux fc fLiS,t.At! ' ml In 1)0104 fact a memorandum of the r withvriUen Kuarantee t exceptions ia mart i o... "Georgia Dome,' Virginia Fire and M., "Niagara,' Rochester German. "Insurance Company of North America.' K. NYE HUTCHISON, Aqbnt, Offlce Springs corner, Trade and Tiyon streets Up-8taire. Nov. 29. 18i5. Charlotte. N. O. Heaitii i 8 Wealth, 1 it must be allowed by the judge. Then it must appear in the bill of exceptions that the exceptions were taken In open court, while Xhe jury were still at the bar, and before they have retired to make up the verdict. - W ith regard to a bill of exceptions, which is but an other name for "the statement of the case on appeal" in the State court, it may be remarked that there is no pro vision of law requiring the party who draws up the bill of exceptions to pr sent it to his adversary for inspection. He is expected to present it r to the i Judge, but the judge does not usually sign it until the counsel for the other cow, and. of course. It Is still less feas party has had an opportunity to ex amine it. It may, likewise, be added that unless there is some point in the case which requires the appellate court to have all the evidence, it is not the practice to set out all of the evi dence in the bill of exceptions, and the courts have condemned the practice f carrying up all "the evidence where there was no point requiring it, and in some instances have dismissed the writs of error on this account. PETITION FOR WRIT OF ERROR. After the bill of exceptions has been signed by the Judge, the next step is to petition for a writ of error, which must be filed within six months after judg ment entered. At this stage of the case the title is reversed, and the defendant becomes the plaintiff in error. For in stance, if the suit in question is one brought by John Smith versus the Southern Railway Company, and it is the Southern Railway Company that is carrying up the case, then when the petition for writ of error is filed the title of the case is changed, and it be comes the "Southern Railway Com pany, plaintiff in error, versus John Smith, defendant in error," and un der this title the case goes through the appellate court. The petition for writ of error is signed by the party cast in the suit, and is ad dressed to the circuit judges. It con tains, in substance, a statement that the party feels agrieved by errors com mitted as set forth in an "as"signment of errors," winch must accompany the petition, and the petitioner must offer along with his petition a good and suf ficient supersedeas bond. The prayer of the petitioner is that the writ be al lowed, and that the record, etc., be sent up to the Court of Appeals. ASSIGNMENT OF ERRORS. . The assignment of errors which must accompany the petition for the writ of error, is a statement of the errors and exceptions relied upon, and if it con tains an exception to . the evidence, all the evidence bearing on the point must be stated in full, with the reason for the objection, and the part of the charge excepted to must be set out in full. The errors must be assigned spe cifically and desperately, and must be numbered, and the piarty must con clude with a prayer for the reversal of the Judgment below. SUPERSEDEAS BOND. A supersedeas bond is merely an un dertaking with sufficient , surety to stay the execution. This must be ap proved by the judge, and not by the clerk. There seems to be no provision in the Federal Courts for a ease to be carried Hp in forma pauperis, but in every Instance the party is required to give a bond for the payment of the judgment if the Court of Appeals af firms the judgment below. WRIT OF ERROR. The jxdge to whom the petition for a writ of error is presented enters an order that the writ be issued as prayed for, and the writ is then issued. It runs in the name of the President of the United States, to the judges of the Circuit Court, commanding them to send up the record, etc., for review, and is signed usually by the clerk of the Circuit Court, though It may be signed by the clerk of the Circuit Court of Ap peals. The time fixed In the writ of er ror for the sending up of the record is usually the same as the return in the "citation." The judge endorses on the writ of error that it is approved by him, and it is served by filing it in the clerk's office. CITATION. Last comes the citation, which runs in the name of the President of the United States, and is addressed to the defendant in error, summoning and ad monishing him to appear in Richmond before the Circuit Court of Appeals, on a day mentioned in the citation, which must not be more than thirty days from the day that the citation is is sued, and the party is required to shoiv cause why the judgment should not be reversed. This citation is signed by one of the judges, usually the judge who tried the ease. Formerly the ci tation required the party to appear at the beginning of the next trm nf the court, but now the appearance day is fixed at any time within the thirty days. The citation Is served on the op posite party by the marshal, if service be not accepted. TRANSCRIPT. The transcript, which is sent up by the clerk, must be printed in full on the records, and briefs must be printed on pages 914x614 inches, except in patent cases, where the sizes are larger. BRIEFS. The brief for the must be filed at least ten days before the term of the court meets, and the brief for the other party must be filed at least three days before the term be gins. ARGUMENT. In the oral argument before the court, two hours, and no more, are al lowed to each side, and the counsel for the plaintiff in error is required Within the two hours to make a statement of the case, as well as present his argu ment. OPINIONS. The opinions in the Circuit Court of Appeals are not filed during the term but at the beginning of the next term succeeding that at which the case was argued. "Blight" costs cotton planters more than five million dollars an- the statutes. The Mecklenburg road law Act3 1835, . chapter 134), provides that whenever persons shall meet each other on any public road, traveling with any kind of vehicle, each person shall reasonably turn to the risht of the middle of the road, so that each j may pass without interference from the other. It is clear therefore ! that where a driver of a wagon or a ouggy meets a bicycle it is as much the duty of the driver to turn to the right, as it is cf the bicyclist, and likewise where two bicyclists -meet, each should turn to the right. This is the "law of the road." By the same token if f he driver of a wagon or a buggy , comes up be hind a bicycle, and wishes to pass it is nnt tb-liitv- nt th hicvclist to elve thf- road, but it is the duty of the driver to Conclusively that the USe of drive out ruid around him. just as he : . would in attempting to pass another buggy or wagon. - - liUUGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES Do you want to buy a Buggy or Phaeton that wil please you; that will give you full return for your money? If so buy nually. This is an enormous our "aOCK HILL BUGGY." They are made of good, mater- .yg' Kbea, "i "and FUU, -We pride our-; bama Experiment Station show selves oil the splendid reputation of our Buggies. Everywheie, lit.. r-r'f mm the Wisdom of the Fast. " V " 'Twas Paid by amieat aage That love ot ife ir;craed with vet; rs SY mucb, that in our letter stage, When i&ir)g grow sharp arid s-ick- ce8 rages, U Kainit 5 Ham. DOUBIEDA ROUTE OJ- THB TAUOVS "ATLANTA SPECIAL" AND "S. A L .hJXPRESs,. will prevent that dreaded plant Price $G.00 strictly. disease. " - ' ROCK HILL BUGGIES are tte snonym for wort nevt york hikgton in every respect, quality, style and finish, "get TUC RFQT AND ATLANTA. EW l RLSANs pa,. . V .-;y WEST. 'fcU All about Potash the results of its use by actual ex. periment on the best farms ia the United States is The insurgents in Pinar de! II o are reported to be iu compute coi -fusioi;and now, perhaps, tliey con appreciate the condition. of Ameri can reader of the Cuban diepatches rt ceiled respectively from Florida and Madrid. Tutf s Pills Cure AH Liver Ills. Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect or der by the occasional use of Tutt's Liver Pills. They reg ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, bil iousness, constipation and kin dred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS TO R3AD BOTH SIDES ' GF THE QUESTION? The New Y ork Journal is the only -Metropolitan paper indorsing Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, to any farmer in America who will write for iu GERMAN KALI WORKS,' 93 Nassau St., New York. Th o-rpafst Invn fif l,f nn r oia m a little dock wmctt we puDUstt and will gladly - - - - - "i i - j siau iree But to retain ihe vigor of youth, the vi joyrner.t of li, tht b!ehiri8 of a heal hy appetite, and a gotid digestion, t ke Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical. D 8'jovery and live to a hale and hearty old age. For dy- pepfii, indigestion, 4 liver eomplaiiil' and kindred ailments, the ''Discov ery' is a raost positive remedy. By druggists. tint urn-UK1 111 is a ioe whitn pivts 10 quarter. It torments ita v cfim day ai d night. Hocd's b8?fgp-4ril'a pu'ifi a thf blood and curts the aches 'and p. its of rneumtttisoi Don't you think You have b-en. promising your wife lnntr riTtarh to l ay her A KEW bTOVE ? There ... FIT3 I A-rtJ sSMi ? ! -J In order that you may purchase our Rock Hill Buggy, we have placed them with Messrs. . V r Schedule in tffect April 5th is no excuse for further promi'1'- whi it- we ar LOW. sell Irs ttirr v WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PEIGE2: CALL IN A.SEE THEM, EVEN' IF run uon t want to ouy now ! A FULL LINE OF RANGES- Ucaticg Stoves, nd Kitr-hen te nsi s jgsr- g!ate an(j -pin Ro fi: g. Ven til tors and ornices J. N. McCAUSLANL) & CO., 200 and 211, South Tryon St, Charlotte, ViA v X.'M I C4J r ' I I ITCHES' WESTWARD. . Lv Wi'mingtcn Ar. LumhertuD Maxtor L tarinburg Hamkt Lt HHmlet At R ckingbam , vvadtsboro M01 roe r u Charlotte " Ml. Holjy lii culnion Mhlby -Ar. Kutbtrfordtou 18S6 No EA8TWARD. , Lv. RutherCurdton 8hHby Lir.colnlon Mt Holly C harlotte ; " MoLroe , , Wadestoro " Rockingham. Ar- Hamlet -Lv Hamlet " Laurinburg " Mxton " Lumberton Ar. WiJ ruing ton No. 41 3 20 n m 8 26 p m 12 p m 6 25 p ra 6 55 p ra 7 15 P m a 10 IP10 9 20,! 8 55 p ia i0 4n .1020pm 1 50 n 15 j; M I 10 52 p J No. ?8. i 25 a m 8 13 a m 7 07 a ni 7 40 am 7 55 am 9 10 a in 9 31 am 49 a in 10 40 a in 12 50 p m rALMKTTO R B BKANCB f9 25 a m Lyy Hamlet Ar. fi at. .. J-v f5 30 p m 10 45 a 111 Ar. Cheraw Daily , fDily, except Sunday. Mail orders receive nrnmDt attec- tiou May 10, 1?95. Nos 403-nd 403. the "Atlanta Smew' fVId Puilman V.stituhd Lim.ted ITrS. wt h lium t Met p. rs ai d Day 1 oach hT twe n v ashinii ton and Atlt-nta. P, mouih and Charlotte, conn. ciiojr i it" lunta for and Jrom ' Chatt. vdle, Memphis Texas, California,' M5 and Florida. Par.or and Dining c. New York to Washington. 5 ' XNcb. 38 and 41, the "S. A L. Emm-" Solid Train ofwPuliman Sheptrs nd I)a Coaches between Portsm uth, W Idon Charlotte N. C. where youwill find a. full stock of .our goods, -wlShih "S2f. : I Steamers. Washington .iin,o ... . j To buy from them will be the same as buying from us di- SKndZl ' 10 and im pc.iJS rect. Get the best buggy, the "Rock Hill" .buggy, made in FofSf aj piy to 1 icket Agents, or to GEO JIcP Rock Hill, S. C. Remember its a "ROCK DILL" Buggy, not nttle, Trav. Pass Agent, c hark some other brand. ' S M'UHTCH & CO OUR HOMJ it E MADE 0CK HILL BUGGY GO. Rock Hill, S. O. S. S. M'NINCH & Co., Agents, ' Charlotte; N. O. E. Ft- John, Vice President & Gen. Man gtr. W".B Glovkb Trafflc Matajta. V K. FcBke, Gent Ml bup riniendmt T. J. Andkkson, G n. rW A u- Lt Gen. rl Offices, PorUmouth. V. May 6 U Silver versus Gold. tt It is progfressivc, liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses. Every fcroad minded man should read it, whether Republican or Democrat. Iff MAUL Dally ..... i Cent everywhere. Subscription for One Month. including Sunday - - - -40centa Two Months and a Half - - $1.00 Send subscription to The Nev York Journal, Circulation Department. NEW YORK. THE DR. C. C. WEST'S IIERYE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL. AU. OTHERS IMITATIONS, (..u uuiuj.kj euro w MUC Memory -2 Wakef olnee. Fits, Hwiteria, Oict wr this Dtonry Mohpmim. Atitoro or brmail. . tjRed Label Special fcxtra strenath. 'For Imootonev. Tm nf Power, Lost Manhood. kSl box; lz for $5, with written ctiaraiiterCJ LX li. ALEXANDER & CO. DRTJ3GIST8 AND BOLE AGENTS, CHARLOTTK, K. C. ftPTEn otton Stored e, eonUuninf &r7d trtaient. wfthf nl. f "- and the Judge at some conven Lstraotioo,, nxitl th?e 0,71 K?.t time during the court eigns the i'i . 1 1 ii . . . - -f i hill i - . "... v. cavci)uuu, waica ine counsel for the party cast In the suit la t- peeted to prepare and present to the jaage. une law contemplates that this bill ot exceptions will be signed and sealed by the presiding Judge during the term at which the case was tried, ii is a raucn saxer practice to have it attended to before the court ad journs. If need 1e, a Federal Judge ean and will leave a court open for a reasonable time until the bill of ex ceptions can be filed. We know that it tias been held that It is sufficient to make a memorandum of the exceptions, and to have an order entered allowing the party, a certain length of time to prepare a bill of exceptions for the ate- "l me juoge. Dut the safer course is to have the bill of exceptions Vtrv -r . rn j I 1CU OB"nS ne term at which the Warehouse on East Trade I cs waa tried. iThe circuit. ewri o street, uext to Crowell's MiD KSSTWiaSSS, uecause tne record did not disclose the fact that a bill of exceptions was signed during the term of the court at which the case was tried, and there was no order extending the time. In the next place the bill of excep- rhwa vmiiofr c4V . ... n . ... ... ...uk ""t uniy mat tne ex ceptions were taken. hn th. 7;e!l"OW!d PJ Priding Judge! " Zx.: r;r- matter or strict w iane an exception, but Backlen's Arnica Salvp The best salve in the world for v,ui cruises, eores, Tetter, Chapp- uanus, vynuoiains, Uorns and all kin Eruptions and p' stively cures rues or no pay required. It i guaranteed to give perfect a!isfac tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale hv TW,An St Dunn wholesale and rAtail LAW OF RTnvrT.vsss a TCTi THE BICYCLIST'S RIGHTS.-It was remarked many years ago by a witty Judge of this State that he Woped to see a volume of the Alaska Law Re ports, and to read a law book to be .T,itten by the Hon- w- H. Bailey on Bicycles." We Delieve that the Alaska Reports have already been issued, and It is quite certain that the law book on bicycles is now in order. Our great and glorious English ancestors made no provision in the common law for 'bi cycles, and as thi3 curious method of locomotion .is becoming so common it is not-an easy thing to define the rights of bicyclists. The ordinary traveler on the highway is not in the least disposed to concede that the bi cyl3t has any rights whatever under tlu. law of the road," and regards every rider of the wheel as a trespasser in the public road, and all but an out law. Be it known to the readers that this department of the Observer is on wheels," and it dares maintain that the wheelmen have rights which all must respect. In this connection let it suffice for the present to call attention to the fact that the courts have decided that the bicycle is a "vehicle." within the mean mS of that word as ordinarily used in near Brevard street. P. M. BROWN. Oct 1 tm. HORSFS i HULES. On.At. 11 . . vui in xavor ECa n n of Hoors Sarsaparilla, ML S$ H aa for no other medi- ' U " ii ifc cine. Its great cures recorded in truthful, convincing language of grateful men and women, constitute its most effective ad vertising. Many of these cures are mar relous. They have won the confidence of the people; have given Hood's Sarsapa rilla the largest sales in the world, and have made necessary for its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's Sarsaparilla ia known by the cures it has made-cures of scrofula, salt rheum and eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerves, cures of dyspepsia, liver troubles, catarrh cures which prove A Sc'enilUc Arnsricaa Agency tor n?ctiii . 7 v-iun KATFMT... COP VS5I05J1-O " .For )nfr..nt: A , V." . - - i V jC- -A - T . nannooos write to SHOES. THE BEST FARM S!IOEEyER MADE. NONE WEAR THEM BUT TO LIKE THE 1. Tbepo ari particularly high cut Khocn. Crimped in back, with no eearn at tbat point; long tongua, quarters rut full, and iaco up well in front. Extension solo, broad heel, pegged and warranted never to rip.. No belter leather can be had than you get in these. Pi ice, men's :ze, 6 to II, $1.5; exira m n's size, 12 to 14 $1.76. ' Bays' iizcs, 3 to 6, SI 25; small boys' sizes 13 to 2; $1.00. To see the beft shoes in Charlotte you will have lo calLon . CHROWIGLE THB GREAT DEIOCRATIC DAII Y of the Northwest. Will be sent postpaid to any eddresa six days a week for one year for ........ FOUR DOLLARS The Chronicle Is the most conspicuous newspaper suo oos3 Pf the day, the dally cir culation exceeding 75,000 copies and the Sunday circu lation exceeding IOO.OOO cop ies. It ls-a first-class news paper of 12 and 16 pages (Sun day 40 to 48 pages) and stanch supporter of sound democratlo principles. ANDREWS. FUMITURE If you need furm'tnr r-nn afford to tail to see th im -lock 1 am now ononir. I P.m No. 88 daily. Washington gathered in the bafffainafrnrrrh.!,! I ivh!T-.Teahui,d limit. d f.r " . I ,V 77Z "u" " PoiDta iNorth. ihroush an over the 4U,IUJo MeniDhia to v..,l. m.u, 1 irhvana K.T t a ' SOD7HERN BAILWAY PIEDMONT AIR LINE. RIUHMOKD & DANVILLE AU "wn UAUUUflA DIVISION. Hcb-dvle in Effect Joly 19 1896 This tondens-ed tcbedu e ia pub)islid as intormation i.nly and is subject tocljaniw without notice to tLe public. TBA1N8 LEAVE CHARLOTTE. 10:55 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and ftSt'i ' KUa? diisi. f d all p,.m.8 South and bouthweat. Carries through utoBiug room ounet sleeper bt- Somnwe.t.-rn vubuietl limited, for At U,.ta Biriniugham, MempHia.Montgom.ry Mobile and New Orleaua, aU 1, poj, outh and eouth west. Tbioagh Pullman rtp' N'w York to NewOrlean.aud Atrant a betWten .VV8hh-gtoD a..d .l7i? P d"y. for Atlanta, tnd I pomwBomh. Solid train, Ru hmond to tooSSS1"1 8leepilJg c"' liicLffi0Ud ll.-Oi p. h No. 35. daily, for AuyuHa, SaTanuah. Rock Hill t'Lvt. i,.u, and Jack-onvilSe. Carrieb tLrouh Pull man drawing r.K)m buffet slefper bttw ea S,4Tnnh and JfCkbinvMe. usto TuUoian .PW. thai lot te to Au. .VmJ-N d.y. to' Columbia o ioe it j atatioDa. GILRE4TH & CO. -TERMS. Bec!?nS Vnts in America. .auUo by a uotice eiveu free of charge in the vr4iuv zxi iericiiii R. A. Dodd is selling daily fine farm horses and mules at Wadsworth's stables. Go and see them. See . R. A. DODD. Sarsaparilla I the best-Intact the One Troe Blood PnrtW Hood's Pills SC'K T i . ..." iUBi.is.HUia. 3b 1 Broadway. Kew Vorlt Citr- U S Civil Service Exam1 na tion. heUDitd States Civil Service Com iT 1 Vj "aa'ruerea m-t an xa-ninUion be held hy its local b ,ard in tbis citv'on v-.uh.pjt, iccemuer oin. itt, coT.menc- ing at y o click a m , for the graces of. citra ana earn, r in the cla s'-fied erv ce Only citizens of the Unit.-d States can be exaiuiLea. ine age limitations for th ewDiiDnuon are as Toilows: t ier! s 18 years or ovtr, cxrriers, over 21 and under iu. ao application wi 1 he areepted for this Ximmation unkss filed wi h the nn d T-iened, on ihe proper h!ank. bef. re the hour '.of cloMng t,a;,ire,8 on Suturday, Noy.JLjaM. A pplicvtiona . should be uitu prompt ly. tbtrtf ie, in order that time my remain for c mction if nects sarv. - The commi sinn tskes thi opportuni'y of stating that the x,roinition are opri, t all rernubl ciiiz ns of theUnied States -who may d siie to nter the service wuh mt rtgrd to rtce or to their pIMc! or religtoo,, aS.'iations All snch citiz-rF are irvited to apply They frhall be x am toed, graded, d certified with entire 'mparnliiy, ad vrho ly wi ht ie?rd to any consid ration save thtir efEc i"Bcy, as shawn by the gradts thty obuin in the ex- mination For spplicti in blanks, fail instractior. and information relative t tbe duss and salanes c f the different p.ir?nna ar ply to T B RUDDOCK, r f 'C-etary Board of Kx.miners. t. O. Address Charlotte, N. C E E HUTCHISON, Fire Insurance, -OfSses 16 Eis' T adft Rt- 4 W-k Tryon St, up sta'rs. A CYCL0N Jaily (except Sunday) 1 year jaiiy ana sunaay, i year ....$4.00 AAA ., y 6 nlh (campaign'editlon). ... 2.03 3?ily and Sunday, 6 months any, z months. Daily and Sunday, 2 months...... i n ?aHy, 1 month Daily and Sunday, 1 month 7 Sunday, ! year Saturday, 1 jW III.":": 1.00 Sample copies free on appli cation. Address THE CHICAGO CHRONICLE, 164-160 Washington 8t., : " Chloaaro. II 'Trustee's Salo of T oi BLV? "f8tb.ori'Jrf deed of trost 3.00 too Has struck Mellon & Siielton's Clothing Store. The winds were not evil winds but winds that blow good to both purchaser and seller. They have just re ceived a large lot of beautiful Suits from $5 00 udT Shirta .in l -w beat tie band. Hats to make ycur hair stand, your cbanee if you rupt manufacturers ; . ,A u"" -wom you want atpnees that no one can duplicate I have a Jot of odd Beds, Bureaus, Cba.rs, Kockers, E c, (one or two oi a kind), some damaged sliffhtlv k W?ru lhat wUI an lb.eir value, A errand nnnnr. tun ft. t k.'. l 7 -re"'' w.w uu ucau i.i in i PIANOS AND ORGANS. . - iu me oy j . xi . uijthe.on the 1st day .f January lO.and du!y r. c rJd iu p i -Buy an- instrument. tKl-:.. j Tigbt. earsa life tm ...a wnicb the price is r'urht. u.j.. only the best grades direct from th maicers and w . I fnr ,- r"n'J ce and o, .i;. "7 price i af y "u layiorayiiie and j ? aMU uiana rea(j make urrwwt t J & uy time nur to guar eui ty, in t ok cur - ihe pynjti aniee. uan you afford to buy your pianos or organs from m-n I anri . . . ucaiOIB v'.u ""ew oik; Tampa to few dinningti Carrlt8 ve6tibulea ccli "d in;50 mNo 86 daiiy f,r w.sh .cbmon1V,Kaleiu nd P"" '8 jfi 8,FerW'w Orleans to Wew Y..-6; Jacksonville to New York. wMYt iui V J umuri UoJuiabia k5?? n"T12' d:!y. or Richmond, b?,? li,maD ,JeePi'gcar from Oieens h? ,i?,?1'?ODd- Connects -t Oier &gh! lraiD carrying Pullma car f. r iil:0u.a .m No- 60. daily exc.pt S-uu-vifc . ie,ght. and Penger for state . ond loCal fcta'ions. - icgYiiiH inn 'ra.i......:t .. i ! i ct.t . aut luioriiic nuu im.ni Tralua arrive at Obiriotte ; o wuito iu .iitcaif iiourif I ana atrentn nrf rn .k . , 6 page 205 et a.q., fo at- tin,, UD tbe r,sk f get- tot aceraio boli b - SS ?d In8 roment and thennav complied wi h, I shall p at pnb ic I dealer We claim 7 - reliable Hiirlion Wr.k 'c I M "' r. 8 Claim to tun. about, mim ...j i . ...wa,uoj aoout mstru i nnra rrn mto I j . v unco i v,, ,uy,H ii , meautbdav I thinfr - Iovembrr. 1896, at 12 o'clock I "g ' la-1 5-on'y ourt house do.ir in hari..tt men don't call and ,a S'enbnr county, th-fo;iowinff de' I worthless w ICS U. VIZ; A II 111 at A- . land descried i aU dd of trnt n,. I A : vt..wi....i oi,oiiUiH- ilRfc3j oulil8) oarouna, and more particu arlv deHK.H we are onnnsH i n ;ri iw UBUUI1D2 and inferior intr.,m.V rnn t "'"""if " - ,""B'0 "-es. lryou wil! inve us vour rnnfi . . w uviuo FROM THE oh1U. PROM ATLAM. FROM AUG I f T a. FROM COLUMB A. we ir'va mm... your mnnv'. u -uu - . every time. BICYCLES! BICYCLES! and other boys supplies that are going tor a mere eong of . 8 tol OWr: CO-.tiininjr h. , .. v.. , Til li 2? Cr J-V "anTa iR.5 J!?"i?: .T d oth- the same tn.r.tnf Un . - U-IT6 '.Y 3 r. ai ?ne time of fa!ly dercrit Williamso?!, exe- f I Hf-n nr - ... I nnn.1 A j . . C. M K Dice by A. C. to srtil Jno.N. The Bicycle Is ,he great Amerir. r-io-aay. it i hithf..i to nav !i nn . . rf , iuu.uu tor A I A Mm - W tab TVTol 1 nn r. Kol "An ' BljUi atd duly rerisriK: tFi " xoO U e erof desdi for .aid rTS Ple on a bllV- wr cjnv ved bv dpt r . a"U.aa.w oi niKb fftada hlt. .L- PS. W are j,t back from tbe JJ m Mhe 3 !!Srth&t wJJ heard all over .K. Rl iJZT'T " MH N UDiry- Zfi,Q youth's wheel tsk 57 dd. f is datd 2S,n- wheels 37 Tn ?V: J?,5 Sreal Windsor wheel i h- V ' e ?radeheelonn:,$60h,ghe9, E. M. ANDREWS, 16&18 West Trade St. . Northern markets and our goods have come. " . . Mellon &Sheltoi, next to II. Baruca March 15. 186 Lul f1 .i . - : -"hit fecornpn in Z J f'r Meok-en- Tbi, th 23th drt ofoi," V r llSr JeCl a m 12:00 m iyr.w, p m ta a m l 6:20 p m y. ; K.W p m j t:25 am 8:15 p m I -40 am) , 4) p m f FROM 8TATEVlbLE. All freight irnina enrrv pnT-.. Washington 1 c . ? GEN.O,..j.8np.rinnnden s.hhardwicTl? . , ' Atlanta, Oe. CHA8. L. EOPKIN8, 7 Travelini; Paaseneer Agent, 18 E Trade Htretn. 18.189ft. , Cbarlotle' K & - Executar's Notice. ,.H.8Tfnf 1raIifled M executor on tbe lion6 V Ott, on Octrber 1st. ie jo notice is hereby given t a) pers' ns ,uu.lu'ca lu "ie estate of nald V O OU" ,,me,llate P8ymet t and s ttlemen'; md all person haviug d ims against sai t Preaint them fur n vmntn Or b for int.U.r lulA thia otice wi l be plead in bar of their recov ery. Tu's, the 22"d 1y of Ort hr. nM. n ; : E. A OSBORNE, oct 2 16 w - Exeeuior.