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i! : n I lit a t hecontidencd1 n UimmI's Sar-wiurilla. lfu you when siik; if it makes ti - ni -ry where, then beyond ' 1 1 iKiliciue possesses merit. ! I FT- 2 h il-' truth about Hood's Sar U ,. We know it possesses merit S!. ,1 c ures, no; once or twice or a aapa.'i t;i:;e-, mil in mousanas and rases. We know it cures, ! rnunently, when Pll others tjuod whatever. We repeat gboU: ly. ! fail to (i" a;r Sarsaparilla j5t(1. ;.t - in i'.t:t t!io One True Blood Purifier. 77 i r;iltt fJre ":l"'"a' '"digestion J-JOOtl I'll IS biliousness, cents. T. 1 . ELLIOTT. (i: st Monuinen's h Hp en 'y .t;KN 'i - FR ICON FENCES. yXe, W. ':v:e H'r ft, Cll jllotte, . C. ff. C. WESTS j ERAffJ TREATMENT CTiiERS IMITATIONS, lv.. !y, t" ci;r Wont fifcrnory, -, it ', Hysterii, Quick . i I-riiiia, lj.'ieU of Cuv.ti nil I-Vains, Yonth- 'J-e of iol.iicoo, ();-i'.jm, "ii.'-ci;.-, I'ltiaarrsptifin. .V, storo i mail, tl 3 S-ia-t j:le ifncSi- ! .-;' t :':;:: !!!. vilK ' 1 i , :.. ; iO ouly ijul i to . I .! .'..I. 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HOFFMAN'S VI-T-LHEsrolJvnVE TAHLElV,wi h li'Cl guar mt e to permanently cure L(WT MANH()!:, HELF AF.USK, SK.LL WE AK KSS, VAIIIJO CKI.K, ST' ps forever NIGH V KMIS DION'S ftd nil unnatural drains' Kc turns to ('..inner ap,,mr mces imaoia ed o ii ins (('.( D fraud nor recipe decep tion ii we co i d n t cure, we wouid t ! ur liudiciue FKKEtotry, and th:- !; n .-at.stted. Write lodaVt as y n i a, pear again , A. item Medicine Co. Inc Kalamazao, Mich. SPECIAL I'HINfS II A H D W A R E-:o arc stllir.g the onlj' i -n :i COTTON I TOE iOll I'iArk.-'t. and it would Pay you to exnmir.e our stock H1K GENUINE pOWLAN COTTON PLAN TER vays crive8 satisfaction and is the one for all farmers to buy. TURN PLOWS OK ALL DESCRlPTNS.IO Vipea, Sweep?, Single-Trees, Back Bunds Trace Chains 0 11 1, .,i k . Of H ARDWA-liE. aH in and RAo no J. II. WEDDINGTOff t Co., Old Stand, 29 E. IVado tit. M&rc!i 18, im. rir.B ''-' . i -- f-i ' : ' 3 f- Happenings in th iar Heel State J Dnrh iam has iWUrr-.l .,.t;v,o- "buckt't-ahops" and atter ilay 1st none cau get license to operate in that city; a l rn Cl- ,. . , At lvro bhops, Davidson county, Boveral men were filled with bird sh it in a Sunday ' Fcrimmage;- but no one was killed. J. I. Styers, of Winston, has made au assignment. Miss UeGraffenreid, of the national department of labor, 13 in lUleigb, her mission being to pocurf statis tics as to all taxes derfved in North Carolina from the liquor traffic fctate, county and municipal. There is no State machinery available to give her information as to counties and municipalities, and she will vis it each county. She is- a direct lineal descirndent of Baron DeGraf fenreid, who settled New Berne. Rev. Dr Edward Everett Hale, of Boston, wKo was 75 ears old a few days ago, was the recipient of many uiii!graui!ar-oy letters at I'merjuret, N. U., where he and Mrs. Hale are spending a few days. A lc-a:rue compcefl of forty-four business men of Max on has" been formed to sluit out Ihe bliud-tigtrs around the town Winston shipped 23S.190 pounds of manufactured ioV. k: o last week. Congressman Strowd has been at ho me in Chatham some davt The State Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction says that-H fraud is being perpetrated on' the public schools by persons who are selling charts wo'rth about $3.50 for $1G Mrs Iredell, who is looking after the $50,000 to b raised by the old pupils of Ht. Marj's for the endow ment of the school, is meeting with encouraging success. It is pioposed-'that a State Farm ers' Alliance meeting wiTT be held Mav 3;1. Mr. Hiram Bos-, a prominent cit izen of Cabarrus county, is dead. Mrs. I), blenn 13 very sick at her home in Grtensboro. Mrs. Marion Butler, wife of the United States Senator from North Carolina, is the uest of her rela l-ves, Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sites, in Stanton, Va il is said 8O0 bicycles are used in Raleisrb. The "airship," or whatever ir is, was seen at Goldsboro Friday night At rayettevuie yesterday a gang of hands were working in a deep ditch, when the sides caved in, com pletely bmying Ed. Arnett,-one of the workmen. Wilkmghbv Jackson, an old col ored woman, was burned to death at Manchester, near Fayeltevilie, while burning grass in a graveyard. A number of colored people were to meet and clean out the graveyard, but only this good old woman kept faith. She undertook to do the cleaning herself, and while burning tfee grass, her clothing caught afire ind she was horribly burned At Mt. Airy, N. (J., yesterday, fire destroyed the large Planters' Ware- bouse and Moodv & Olive Tobacco Works aud a few small buildings. Loss about $15,000, partially -cover ed by insurance. Work has been resunud on the B iptist female university, at Kal- t-igh The McAdoo- House at Green-s-boro is closed. Mrs. James D. Glenn of Greens boro is dead. ' The Buckler stock com'pany, last heard from in the wilds of Georgia, is l ooked for Wadesboro. The Rowan knitting mill is now m inufacturing sleeve protectors. The color d uorjial school at Sal isbury is in trouble, the Peabody appropriation having been with diawn. The engines that were in the wreck at Harrisbursr have been car ried to Salisbury. Chief Justice Bingham of Wash ington,' refused to deliver Eldndge II. Babbitt over to an agent of the State of North Carolina upon a requisition from Governor Russell of that State to answer a charge to Buncombe county, N. C, of false pretenses. The refusal was due to a clerical error the name being Eldridge, the requisition having it E! bridge. Dr. J. W Long, for several year3 a member of the faculty of the Med ical College of Richmond, Virginia, having determined to return to his former home in North Carolina,, de livered, by invitation, in the ampi thcatre of the college Wednesday a farewell address. The Dispatch says a large assemblage, consisting of" members of the faculty of the Medical College of Virginia and of the University Col lege of Mtdicine and Surgery, and the students of the former institu tion, was pretest to do benor to the physician, who during his briif resi dence in this ein has won a place m their lionrts not iv r 1 tie tilled. 111!!.! .j! the Hah.U .i!"tir tpciid tiie siiniiiier at Blowing Rock. The first e!ep towards creat'ng a good complexion by Nature's own method is to get the blood clear, and the circulation free and active. There is no complexion so sallow, muddy or pimply but it will be cleared aud brightened by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is the best natural complexion maker on earth. It sends the fresh glow of real health to the cheeks by thoroughly clearing alL. bilious and eruptive humors out of the blood. It strengthens the digestion and regulates the bowels in a mild, nat- i ural way. It gives brighter color to j the blood, and not only beautifies ( the complexion but makes the eyes brighter and the breath sweeter. i Pl-ii '-acrn milUonairps nronose that Uhe city "create a new park on the Mnln frnnr ft ft mst. of S I 0(M ().- 000. Twelve thousand persons are des titute in the Susquehanna mining region of Pennsylvania. $73,000,000 APPROPRIATION HarcHy Discussed inthe House Af- ! fairs at the National Capital. " - ir si,il(iein ,.f The News. Washington, April K.;.' Senator Gorman took occasion to give the ItepubiicaDS a little plain talking concerning -their failure to accept the very fair proposition made to them for filling the committee va cancies and the consequent failure to give the appropriation bills which imiru ab luii jast session ine propel committee consideration, just before I . 1 r - ... - 7 me inuian bill was taken up. The total of these appropriations will be more than $73,000,000, and Mr. Gorman said that a careful consid eration of them might result in a reduction of at least $10,000,000. He also said that it was time to call a halt in the vast expenditures au thorized by Congress; that the limit of expenditures on the navy and on fortifications ought to be near, now that Hit era of peace seemed to be at hand, and that he thought it was also time to limit the expenditures on rivers and harbors. He closed by sayiug that the Democrats could do no more than call the attention of Senators on the other side to the urgent need of retrenchment. It is not expected that Mr. Gorman's warning words will have any effect, but all the same they were timely, and it was entirely proper that they should have been spoken by a Dem- rat. The country will heed, if the Lvypubiieans in Congre?s do not. DEMOCRATS TO STAND FIRM. Nothing in the eloquent address jnade by Mr. Bryan at the Jefferson birthday banquet, a gathering of Democrats that will noteoonbe for gotten, was more important or sig niGcant than the following words: "The position taken by the Demo cratic party in 1896 will not be sur rendered. If you doubt the perma nency of the Chicago platform as a party creed, go among the rank and file of the party and measure the zeal and enthusiasm which that plat form has aroused, and you will real ize the impossibility of taking a backward step.'' True, the present administration is seeking to turn public attention to the tariff question, but if our leasoning is well founded, au iucrease of taxes cannot restore prosperity to the producers of wealth In fact, we contend that neither high taxation nor low taxation can bring prosperity to the people, so long as an appreciating dollar conlinues to give the mcuey owner an advantage over the rest of the people. The money question must be the paramount is sue of the next campaign, as it was of the last. If the Dingly bill brings genuine and permanent pros perity, the Democratic party will not be in to win a contest by opposing it. If," on the other hand, the Dicgley bill proves a dia appointment to those who advocate it, our position of position of 1890 will be strengthened, and public at tention will be riveted upon the fact that the cause of financial depression is to be found in our monetary svs tem." HITTING AT TIIE TRUSTS. Senator Nelson, of Minn., al though a Republican, is in sympa thy with x the efforts made by the Democrats in the house to amend the tariff, bill by authorizing the President to suspend the collection of duties upon any imported article, the home product of which is shown to be controlled by a trust, a3 lw ha; given notice of his intenti ;u to offer the same amendment whe.i the tar iff bill gets before the Semite. Secretary Gage's answer to the Senate resolution concerning tiie issue of orders by the Sec retary of the Treasury to Collectors "of Cus toms in relation to carrying out the retroactive claase of the Eepubiican tariff bill not being at all satisfacto ry, Senator Vest offered a resolution denlarintr this order to be wiihout authority of law and in violation of the statutes anu customs ruauons concerning the payment of import dti-i Mnd by a bare majority of one it ..!.' jeferred to the Finance Com mittee, to be pigeon holed. THE 151 METALLIC' BLUFF. Demoerat.3 would be delighted to see Mr. McKinley's bluff, otherwise known as the special diplomatic commission to visit Europe with power to negotiate with the govern ments of that section in behalf of in ternational bimetallism, succeed in accomplishing something tangible, but none of them have the slightest idea that it will. The Commission ers, Senator Wolcott, Gen. Fame, of Mass., and Hoa. Adlfii E. Steven sou, of Ills., are capable men, and their failure to accomplish an im possibility will be no persoual . re flection on them. Senator Morgan closed his long speech in favor of his resolution recognizmg the Cubans, as bel!igr ents by declaring that whatever ac tion this country might or might t ot -take towards Cuba the freedom f t' the island was wtit?-n i" the tturs. fcenator Cnandler s bills lor the seizure of the armor plants of the Bethlehem and Carnegie Steel compadies by the government, repre sent'a very dangerous sort of blnff, for it is evident they are nothing else. That these companies have been extortionate in their dealings with the government is true, but that doesn't give Congress any right to confiscate their property. Ohio Senators Far Apart. CirrespouJnee of the News. Washington, April IS The division 4ines are rapidly widening between the Senators from Ohio. It is believed that Senator Foraker is spending the most of his spare time sharpening Kis cutlery for the scalp of Senator Hanna and hi3 friends iu the coming contest this fall in Ohio. It is certain that the feelirg of brotherly love which bound Jona than to David does not exist between this pair of honorable gentlemen, or to express it in the language of a noted statesman, "they are rapidly floating apart." Happenings in the Sunny Southland. Work has been begun on the Southern Railway terminus at Mc lvere, near Lynchburg. The Virginia Court of Appeals ha decided that the city of Rich mond is not liable in damages for property injured by a railroad tun nel chartered b- the city. .The National Association of Air Brakemen has been in " session at Nashville, Tenn. Atlanta is to have a new city hall. Capt. Daniel Haynes, formerly claim agput of the St. Louis South western Railway, who baa been on trial at Fine Bluff, Ark , several days for embezzling $40,000 of the company's mouey, was convict-d yes terday. Bootby York, a beautiful country girl of 1G years, was carried to Gal veston, Texas, charged with illicit distilling. A hundred men stood ready to go on her bond as soon as they saw her, and she is now the guest of a well known family. The reve nue officers ran upon Miss York in Lumpkin county. The still was in full operation. The girl .was there alone in charge of it, and she aesumed 11 responsibility for its ownership. Harris Bramlett, the most noted mooushiner in 'Georgia, has been captured and carried to Atlanta. Br;;mlett has been associated with eomcof the bloodiest tragedies in the hi lis of northern Georgia. He has given the revenue men more trouble than a dozen other men put together, and has made perhaps a? much whiskey as any moonshiner living. An Atlanta - dispatch says: "All the bricklayers in this city have quit work. Nearly every building new in oourse of construction in Atlanta is at a standstill. .-The men want a nine hour day." Good Friday gave Frank Myers, sentenced to hangjn Georgetown, S. C, yesterday for arson, another week of life. The jail is next the Epis copal church, where services were held during the hour fixed for the execution. On petition of the church authorities, the Governor granted a respite. At a marriage in the First Metho dist church, Ogelika, Alabama, a lamp exploded, setting the church afire, and the wedding party were driven from the altar by the Hame3. J. C. Cassell, superintendent of the Radford and Pulaski divisions of the Norfolk and Western Hail way, ha3 appointed James M. Breesler trainmaster, and J. E. Mitchell as sistant trainmaster of the Pulaski divisions, and Ii. G. Kenley assistant train-master of the Radford division of the Norfolk and Western Railway at Roanoke, Va. Thre will be no Epworth League meeting in Virginia this year Maj. F. W Houston, of Lexing ton, Va., has received four full grown Mongolian golden pheasants, and will breed them for sporting purposes. V - - " . T lie Charlest on Plan Propused. The Macon Telegraph says: "There will be a meeting of south ern insurance men at Southern Pines, N. C, April 28th, to consider the question of keeping insurance money in the South. It is asserted that the northern companies take out of this section in the way of profits about $'25,000,000 annually. This is quit:5 a larg? sum of iflouey. It ought to be- kept; 111 ne South, if possible, and if a plan can bedevil ed wh-reby this cj,u be done, great .via b; the benefit." The Charleston News & Courier says:' " V hy i.ot try the Charleston plan the plan upon which the Equ. table Fire I li st! ivii.ee Com j. any, of this city, v,m organized about two years ago. The South wore i;self out trying to whip the North thirty years ago; and it is bearing itsdf out now trying to 6upporc:thc North. We would be a rich and prosperous people if we should leai u to live at home and do busimss o 1 our own account." .Among our Neighbors. The Suth Carolina State press association may meet in Spartan bnrg A Winusboro, S. C, correspondent writes the Columbia State: "Capt. C. S. Dwight went to North Caro liuaa few days since to survev and build the connecting line of the Carolina and Northwestern railway between Newton and Hickory and certain extensions. The Carolina and Northwestern is the Chester and Lenoir, recently reorganized " Poultry aud eggs are scarce in Asheville. Black Mountain is to be laid off into town lots. Col. John D. Cameron, the vete ran journalist, who has been very ill at Asheville, is improving. Five person3 will be tiied for murder at the first term of court of the new county of Cherokee," S. C. A An Example l or All. At the meeting o the Seaboard Air L'ne's industrial agents, at j Ciiu'rioiie, X C. Mr. George Allen, j manager of the Investors Union, of i Paleigh, summoned up the work of the agenis during sixty days, as fol low?: Thirty, village improvement societies organized. Fifty railroads stations improved. Thirty thousand trees planted in towns along the Seaboard Air Line. In conclusion he urged the creation in the respec tive towns organizations for the in dustrial and financial development of their localities, and said: "If you cannot baye a large company or mill, have a amall one, and make it grow by good management. The work done by this a-sociation is worth to the State's interest at least $100,000, and, if continued, will soon be of double value." Truth, indeed. And every town and city in the South may profit by it Manufacturers' Record. Eev. Thomas Dixon, Our Tom, writes an editorial for the New York j Sunday Journal in defense of the j new iournalism, savin? a paper : should print everything that ia news. I 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. AU about Potash the results of its use by actual ex. penment on the best farms in the Uoited States u told in a little book which we publish and will giadly mail free to any farmer in America who wiil write for i, GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. At the National Capita, The Postcffice Department decides that a change of residence by a fourth class postmaster is tquivalent to resignation. A requisition has been received in Washington frolh Governor RuSsel), of North Carolina, foi EklridgeH. Babbitt, charged with false preten sea. The international bi-metallic commission appointed-by McKinley will probably sail for Europe about the middle of May. Attorney General McKenna sent a letter to the house stating that he had no fnnd3t.o pay the salaries of district attorneys and recommended appropriations of 130,000. Senator Nelson will offer an amend ment to the tariff bill to put trusts out of existence. Senator Morgan hopes to secure a vote soon on hi3 resolution declaring that a state of war exists in Cuba. Senator Cockrell has presented to the senate a petition from citizens of Huntsville, Mo., urging congress to pass a bill for the relief of the book agents of the Methodist Episcopal church, South. The New York Sun's white house correspondent writes: Representa tive Harry Skinner of North Caro lina, who helped Senator Pritchard get back to the Senate, and in con sideration . thereof expects Federal patronage, was a White House caller. John B Respass of the Old North State came with Mr. Skinner and made a application for "some good consulate." The commander of the battleship Oregon reports that the damage caused by groundiug is slight. Populists, bervtuso of divisions on the Democratic bh'e, will try to be come minority leaders iuth ' house. Politicians at Washington are not inclined to reg.. rd M. Kinley's com mission on bimetallism seriously. The statement of the condition of the Treasury shows: Available cash balance, $221,567,348; gold reserve, 0154,188,011. - Four men have been arrested on a chnrge'of sandbagging IsadorEfron of San Antonio, Tex., in the White House grounds reported that T. V. Powder ly, former Grand Master Workman of the Kiughfe8 of Labor, will be ap pointed Commissioner of Immigra tion to succeed Herman Stumni of Maryland. The senate committee on' civil service decided to enter upon a thor ough investigation of the extent to which the civil service law is en- i iorceO, j Pi eoident McKinley will not attend the Nashville" Exposition until after the adjournment of congress. Jfluad SteiTow,of Boston, died sud denly at the congressional library, Washington. A number of Treasury Department employees have been dismissed this week. Two chiefs of divisions are among those dropped. The others are clerks. "Please setd me latest Govern ment report on stenography, also typewriters," is a request received from the West by the Sta'.e Depart ment. " As a soothing and strengthening nervine, nerve-food, or invigorator, Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription is unequaled and is invaluable in allay ing and subduing nervous excita bility, irritability, nervous exhaus tion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, Chorea, or St. Vitus's Dance, and other distressing, nervous symptoms commonly atten dant upon functional and organic disease of the womb. It induces re freshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Even insanity, when dependent upon womb disease, as is often the case, is cured by it. Dr. W.Godfrey Hunter, the Re publican nominee for senator from Kentucky, who was indicted for conspiracy to bribe members of the legislature to vote for him, denounces the indictment a3 a conspiracy, but it has probably killed his chances of election. - " When yon ae weak, lii ed and life less, you need to enrich and purify your blod vith Hood's Sarsaparilla. TThen E.il)V vvas sict, c jrav V- Pastforta. Whan she was a CiiiM, ne crio.l fcr Casioria. When she Vfjruie Miss she clung to Castoria. When she had Chi'dren, she gave them Castoria. Goose Grease. Goose Grease LinTment will cure you of Rheumatism, neuralgia, toothache, head ache, pai. a in sitfc or ha- k, and in ifict every min vou have If it dots not co tbt-i Take the'bottie bick to your druggist ami get your mor ey. Sold ry all rimg giEta Apr 10 ly CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. r.xi'.t ft en J. W- WADSWORTffS SONS- LOW PRICES ON WAGONS AND BUGGIES. Between now and NTQmLer 1st we will sell off an immense stock of ' Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc,, And in order to do so we are going to make price lower than they have ever been on the same class of -vrork. WE HAVE FIRST CLASS GOOS Evervthsng in good shape, and if you want to buy a Wagon or Buggy you can save money and get the best by wiling on us. l)ont consider this to mean that we are going out of bmi ns, as we bave no such idea, but WE ARE GOING TO MOVE-OUR STOCK OP VEHICLES IN THE NEXT SIXT5T DATS, , Low Prices are what it takes to do so. Come and See if we are notrjgn J. W. WADSWORTH'S SONS. buggies; buggies, buggies. Do you want to buy a Buggy or Phaeton that wil pl you; that will give you full return for your mony? If so buy our " ROCK HILL BUGGY." They are made of good mater ial by good workmen, with care and pride. ,We pride our selvws on the splendid reputation of our Buggies. Everywhere ROCK HILL BUGGIES 4retla9ynon5infOT worth in every respect, quality, style and finish, get ""HE BEST Price $65.00 strictly. In order that you may purchase our Rock Hill Buggy, we have placed them with Messrs. S ZMZ'HiTIICTOH &c CO Charlotte N. C. where youwill T6 buy from them will be the rect. Get the best buggy, the Rock Hill, S. C. Remember some other brand. ROCK HILL S. S. M'NINCH 7 OVERCOATS AND A RE in demand inst now. Ours are sellling like .1 1 . I it 1 1 1 1 1 Al tue Historical "not caKes ' uecause we we right kinds and "our cost" is lew than the Heot" price at other stores. IIUnrDlMr AD t85-cent garment that is all wool, UllULn If LUll snirts are fall length and drawers made right. Finer grades and lower grades, bat all at prices without profit to ub. ' ' nWCDPflATC A11 lbia 8ea80D'8 goods, and prices below UltllUUH I w anybody's because we Dougnt cotaper c . this reason and are Helling without profit. See our Overcoats and I Ulster at $ 25, 16.60 and'$8.85, and, you will see the best values jj there are in this town. We bave LESLIE & ROGERS. "Without Profit' sale of Cfothin - IlaFornishmga find a full stock of our goods. same as buying from u di "Rock Hill" buggy, made in its a "R0CR HILL" Buggy, not BUGGY CO. Rock Hill, S. C. & Co., Agents Charlotte, N. C. UNDERWEAR. finer, ones, too. s CRAIMV ROCTK'OF TUB FA310C1 "ATLANTA SPECIAL" AND - ' "S. A. L. EXPKE3S." BETWEEN NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, NOR FOLK AUD ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, SOUTH WJSST. Schedule in effect Feb. 7th, 1897. WESTWARD. No. 41. 3 20 pm 5 26 pm 12 p m 6 21 pm No. 409 Ly. Wilmington Lv. Lumberton Maxton Laurinbunr Ar Hamlet Lv. Hamlet 58 pm 7 in p m 7 80 pm 8 11pm 9 85 p m 10 35 p m 3 10 am 5 2 a r 7 80am 8 80am 0 10 am 10 85 am 11 48 par Ii 54 r m Rockingham - H adeaboro Monroe Ar.Charlotte Mt. Holly . Lincolnton Bhelby Rutberfordton EASTWARD. No. ?8. No 409 4 85 pm 0 08 pm 7 00 pm 7 50 pa 88 pm 9 40 pm 10 81 p m 11 05 p m 11 88 p m Lv. Rutherford ton Shelby " Lincolnton " Mt dolly " Charlotte 310 am 805 a m 7 01 an 7 4A a m Monroe Wadesboro " Rockingham Ar Hamlet Lv llamlct " Laurinbunr 7 8 9 9 10 55 a m 4i a m 11am SO am 18 am Maxton u Lumberton Ar. Wilmington 12 30 p m PALMETTO R. R. BBASCH 8 40 a m Lv. Hamlet Ar. 6 K pm 10 00 a ra Ar. Cheraw Lv 45 00 p m 'Daily tHy, axeept 8andar. Nos 402 and 403. the "Atlanta pealaJ." Solid Pullman Vettibuled Limited Train, witn ttunet Sleepers and JJay loathe Be tween w ashlngton and Atlanta, also Porta mourn and (Jb ester, S. . Conatetlngat Atlanta for and from Chattanooga, Naaa ville, Memphis, lexas, Ualiiorma, Macoa and Florida. Parlor and Dining Cart New York to Washington. Nos. 38 and 41. the "S. A. L. ExDreaaJ Solid Train of Pullman Sleepers and Day Coachesbetween Portsmouth, Wtldon ana Atlanta,New 101k and Weldon, also New York, and Cape Charles, eoni ccting at Portsmouth with Bay Line, cejstwisc steamers, Washington steamers nd'Cap Charles Route," to and from all points North and East. JJaggage checked from noteis ana resi dences to destination Sleeper and steamer reservations made in advance. NO EXTRA FaRE ON ANY TRAIN. For Tickets, Sleepers and information apply to Ticket Agents, or to W H. Ram seur. city ticket agent, 23 South Tryon St., Charlotte; B A.Newiand, Gen. Agent Pas. Dept 6 K.mball Hou.e, Atlanta, Oa,; Geo McP. Battle, Trav. Pass. Aftnt, Charlotte, N. C. E t-T.JouN, Vice President & Gen. Maaa 8L a. w. JJ. ulover, Traffic- Manager. V. E. McBek, General Superintendent.. T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent. General Offices, Portsmouth, Ya. May 6 SOUTHERN RAILWAY RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION. Schedule in Effect July 19 1898. lhis Condensed Schedule is published as information only and is subject to change without notice to the public. TUALNB LEAVE CUAKLOTTJC. 10:55 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and Chailotte Air Line division, and all points South and Southwest. Carries through Pullman drawing room buffet sleeper be tween New York. Washington. Atlanta and New Orleans. 9:85 a m No 87 daily, Wasbiagtoa ac4 South wet, tern vestibmeU limited, for At lauta, Birmingham, Memphis, Montgomery Mobile and New Orleans, and all points south and southwest Through Pullmaa sleeper. New York to New Orleans, and New. York to Memphis. Diningcar, vea- tibuled coach between Washington and Atlanta. 12:20 p m No 11 daily, for Atlaata. tad all points South. Solid train, Rlchmoad to Atlanta Pullman sleeping car, Richmond to ureensboro 11:00 r. m No. 35. daily, for Augrtsta, Savannah, Rock Hill, Chester, Columbia and Jacksonville. Carries through Pull man drawing room buffet sleeper bet w tea New York. Savannah and Jacksonville. Also Pullman sleeper, Charlotte to A- usta 9:35 a m No 87, dally, for Columbia and C C & A local station. 8:30 p m No. 38 daily, Wasklngton and Southwestern vestibuled limited for Washington and all points North, through Pullman Memphis to New York; New Orleans to Nev York; Tampa to New York. Also carries vestibuled coaeh and dinning car. 8:50 a m. no 30 dally, lor wasa ington Richmond, Raleigh and all points North Carries Pullman drawing-room buffet sleeper New Orleans to New York: Jacksonville to New York. . 6: 50 p m-No 28 daily, for Columbia and all local stations between Charlotte and Columbia. 6:40 p m No 12, da'.ly, for Richmond, Raleigh. Goldsboro and all points North. Carries Pullman sleeping car from Greens boro to Richmond. Connects t Greens boro with train carrying Pullma car for Raleigh. 7:00 a "ra No. 60, daily except Bun day. Freight and passenger for Statas vilie and local stations. 4:30 p m No 16, daily, except Sunday for Statesville and Taylorsyille and local stat ons. Trains arrive at Charlotte : V:25 a m 12:00 m FROM THE NORTH. FROM ATLANTA. FROM AUGUSTA iu.40 p m 8:83 a m t:2HJ p m 8:2U p m 8:35 a m 8:20 p m . 8.15 p m J f I FROM COLUMBIA, 4:00 p m FR0M STATESYIIJA Daily except Sunday. . All freight triios curry passengers. J. M. CCLP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Aent, Washington, D U W II GREEN, Gen'l Buperiateadta Washington, D O 8, II. HARD WICK, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Af Atlanta, Ge CHAS. L. HOPKINS, Traveling Passenger Agent, 18 E Trade 8treet, Charlotte, N. C. 18, 1896. Caveats, mad Trade-Marks obtained and an Pat- ent busumacoad ucted tor MoocnaTC ret. ooeomeeiaoivoaiTf U.S. ATeiTOriet! and we can kl 'ire patent in lea time uuut tnoMj rmnttt from WaihtnptfHl- 2 bcoa moaei, arawing or pnwo wiia onenrs turn. We ad vive, it patentable or not, tree utt charge. Our lee not due uii ttetit n rcurra. 4 A FtSMirf, Hkw tt trotain ratentt, wnnj coat of aame in the V. S. and foreign coontnaaj sent free. Addresa, . i c.A.sr.ow&co. WHUi i.