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iQ.i t iaiK,' ail
ha-1 i-njuycu i"juijc connaence and -
;o a greater extent than accord-
;.,r i ropri?tary medicine. Thia
t,, -cause it possesses greater
merit a:'" pruuuws B't cures man
any ot:j''r. It is not what we say, but
wliat f""l'ri ttarsaparilla does, that tells
tbeftury. All advertisements of Hood's i
gara! .iii -ilia, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it
gelf an; h-i:t st. We have never deceived
tbe'rul'li('' lind th's with its Superlative
medicinal merit, is why the people have
Altii..-: t.i the exclusion of all others. Try It
J., ,!,, ,: ..! ..i.ly hyC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
n.n are the only pills to take
lioOU S rlllS with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
5ran President of the Congress.
The Trans-Mississippi Commer
cial Congress is in session at Salt
Lak-City, Usah. 1,200 delegates
from tin- States west of the Missis
sippi river are expected, most of
w )(ui) Li in g th(ir wives aiid other
rchttive.. The sesssion will last
four or live Jays W. J. Bryan,
lV-i.Unt of the Congress, and Mrs.
Urviti will arrive today.
Th" delegates are representative
men from the Western States, and
th-- u! j' ct of the congress is to dis
cuts matters of commercial and in
dustrial interest to the West.
BuckSen's Araica Salve.
The hertt nulve in the world ior
Cut.-, BaiiHen, SoreB, Toller, Chapp
tku I'.tupt ions and posiively c ures
I'iI. h or no pay required. It in
jririruiiU'cd to give perfect Kitiefac
tion or fnoi,oy refmided. j?rico 25
centrt per box. For sale by liui well
&. Dunn wholesale and retail.
Telegraphing Without Wires.
The .Journal's Vienna correspon
dent learns that in Spezzia, the Ital
ian war harbor, very successful ex
periments have been made with
iMaieoni's wireless telfgraph. The
lirdt experiment wa3. between several
steani'-rs, and the second between
t ie port andTulmaria Island, seven
kilometres' distance. Both trials
succeeded splendidly. Marconi will
go to England this week to make a
trial between Dover and Calais.
I'inpville Circuit A pjioiiitments,
Harrison 1st urul i'.nl Suidi8, 11 a.
in , Mimlay n hool at 10 a. ui., W. E. Cun
ninlium, sii , t
I'liievilU 2nd and 4ili Sundays 11 a
rn , Sundiiy s hool at 10 h- m 3pm, Jno.
A. 'limits, su ei iriteniknt
M it vin 1 st and 'Srd Sucdays 3 p no.,
HiiihI y s lio )l at 10 a ni and 1.30 p.m.,
(Jen. V. Sutton, supt.
Ilil.ron 2ml ami 4th Sundavs. 3 p. m ,
Sumlny school 10 a. m and 130 p, m,
Cli is. M. Campbell, supt.
Trios W. Smith. P. C.
Fall of the Bastile Cele brated.
The usual celebrations in honor of
the fall of the Bastile, July 14,
in Paris, passed off gayly.
Magnificent weather prevailed
throughout France. The Alsacians
made their annual pilgrim ige to the
Strasbourg statue iu the Place de la
Concorde, upon which they placed
wreaths. There was a brilliant re
view of the garrison, which all Paris
turned out to see. Among the spec
tators was President Faure, who was
I' sell in Germany.
(ioose Grease has been used in Germany
for thousands of years for Rheumntii-m,
Neuralgia, sprains, bruises, etc . and found
to be the most reliable remedy known. Al
ways sol 1 under guarantee If it does you
no good t ik"it back to your druggist and
iret your money. Made only by Goose
Urease Liniment Co., Greensboro, i. C
In view of the anarchist threats,
special precautions were taken for
the protection of M. Faure, the
French President, while en route to
the reviewWednesday. Many suspects
were arrested. The thicket near the
cascade in the Bois de Boulogne, the
scene of the last bomb outrage, was
surrounded by detectives.
Wlit'ii I'.uliy was sick, we gave her CVstorla.
Wlicti she was a Child, sno cried ft r Castoria.
Wlit'ii she lii-camo Jliss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Chi'dren, she gave them Castoria,
Goose Grease. -
Goose Grease Liniment will cure you of
Kheuraatism. neuralgia, toothache, head
ache, pains in sides or bar k, and in fact
every pain you have If it does not do
this take the bottle bick to your druggist
and get your motey. Sold by all drug
gists Apr 10 ly
New Tar Heel Postmasters.
The following DObttffioe appoint
ments have been made for North
Cashier?. Jackson county. Fer
nando Rochester: Spillmau, Vadkin
county, I. S. Shield?; Tyro Shops,
Davidson county, Annie Swicegood
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion and permits food to ferment and putrify in
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,
Snsomina, nervousness, and,
if not relieved, bilious fever
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Tills stimulate the stomack,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists.
The ouly Fills to take wi llood Sarpaxdl
T. L. ELLIOTT.
Granite Monumen's a Spec lty.
AGENTS FOR IRON FENCES.
No.335 W. Tiade Street, Cb .ulotte, N. C
'n"-' a anMaafc aa
JEW SAYINGS OF CHRIST.
Translation of the Famous Papyrus
Unhearthedat Beneseh, Egypt.
The translation of the intelligible
passages of the Logialhkon found
among the papyri recently unearthed
at Behneseh, Egypt, reads as fol
lows: And then shalt thou
tpaaf h ... t. rL v. rJ
. mote tnat is in thv
rc: . uttM V1 Mat-
"'CB V All, 4 O,
"Jesus 8aitb, excert ve fast tn
world, ye shall in no wise rind the
kingdom of God, acd except ye keep
the Sabbath ye shall not see the
Father." Matthew VI, 33.
"Jedhs saith, I stood in the midst
of the world and in the flesh was I
Been of them, and 1 found all men
urunsen and none found I athirst
among them; and my soul grieveth
uvrr loe 80ns or men because they
are blind in their heart."
Jesus saith. wbereever the
and there is one alonp. T am ?fk
him. liaise the stone and there thou
ehalt find me. Cleave the wood and
there am I." Matthew XVIII. in
"Jesus saith a prophet is not n
ceptable in his own couatry, neither
uoin a pnveician work r.nrpa nnnn
them that know him. Matthew
XII, 57; Luke, IV, 24; John IV, 44.
Mark VI, 4
"J esus saith, A . city built nnnn
the top of a high hill and stablished
can neither fall nor be hid."- Mat
thew, V, 14.
The discovery 'of this papyrus
manuscript contarniner what is Dro-
bably the oldest known transcrip
tion of the saying of Jesus has
aroused much interest among schol
ars and theologians.
lne Scripture references are to
the nearest parallel readings.
THE COMMISSION A FAILURE.
Europe Doea Not Regard Mckinley's
Scheme at all Seriously.
A special from London fays the
lniide Btorv of Senator Volcnr.t.R
Bimetallic Commission is one of ab
solute failure. The general imptes
sion among those'who know is that
the reports of success in France have
been circulated in order to reconcile
the American public to the expen
diture of large sums of money with
The principal Paris newspapers
have referred to the Commission in
terms which, while conforming to
the rules of artificial Gallic courtesy
nave been not far from ridicule.
Le Temps calls attention to the
fact that while France obiec's to
spending money necessary to improve
her navy the United States has
money enough to spend uselessly on
a uommission intrusted, with an im
possible mission and costing the tax
payers half a million.
Monsieur Hanatoux himself is
authority for the statement that the
Wolcott mission has absolutely fail
ed and could not be accomplished by
anyone. He speaks highly of the
members of the Commission person
ally, but refuses to take the bimet
allic scheme seriously. M. Hana
toux smiles at Senator Wolcott's
statement that France would stand
shoulder to shoulder with the Uni
ted States in her efforts to bring
about international bimetallism.
COSTA RICAN PLOT REVEALED.
A Woman Tells How Counterfeit Mon
ey Was Used to Overthrow a Re
Mrs. Eugenia Rineman, who, with
Ricardo de Requesens, was arre3ttd
several weeks ago charged with hav
ing par tici Dated in an attempt to
flood Costa Rica with counterfeit
$100 notes made in this country, but
purporting to have been issued by
the bauk of Costa Rica, has turned
State's evidence. Mrs. Reineman s
testimony contained all the elements
of the story of Federico Mora's alleg
ed conspiracy to secure the Presi
dency of Costa Rica and of the efforts
of De Reauesens and himself to
raise money for revolutionary pur
poses by counterfeiting in this city
notes for over a million dollars. To
flofiomnlish this, according to the
story, the services of William H
Dohm. a son of Hermon Dohm, were
secured, and he made eight plates
from which the notes were printed
Half a million dollars' worth o
thpm were nacked in a sofa, which
was sent to San Jose, Losta Rica
The sofa and boeus money were
seized at SanJose.
Weather Favorable to Orowlng Crops.
The State bulletin siys the weath
er during the week endiDg July 12th,
has generally been very favorable.
Over portions of 17 out of the 96
counties of the State drought has
continued, seriously injuring crops,
but over the remainder of the State
lecal rains were' frequent, with plen
tv of sunshine and warm, but not
excessively hot, weather. Cotton
has improved remarkablv; some fields
are whi'e with bloom?; it is boiling
well. The chief complaints about
corn are its small size and bad stand
in the east and lateness in the west
portion of the State. Curing bottom
tobacco leaves continues. Peanuts
blooming and speading; cantaloupes
and watermelons are ripe; grapes are
rotting to some extent
R. W. Gray writes from unariotie,
"Weather has been extremely hot,
but crops have suffered but little.
Cotton is doing remarkably wen,
and corn doing finely except in a
few scattered sections where there
has been no rain. Showers on 6th,
7th and 8tb; very heavy rain on
10th." - ; -
" Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets will
make you regular and you keep so;
they act in a comfortable natural
way, not violently but surely. They
give the iitestines powr to move
mturally; and also tone the stomach
and liver. You don't become a slave
to their use.' they cure you so you
stay cured. If a druggist makes
more money on some violent purging
pill he may try to sell it to you,
Don't let him.
lhi (BhavloUe 3$eptoctaU harloHc
SCHOOL TEACHERS ELECTED.
For the Public Schools In the Pine-
Correspondence of the Mews.
Pineville, July 15 TheBely
appointed school committee for thi3
township came together at Pine
yille today, and, being duly sworn
in, organized with Mr. J. M. Niven
as president, and J B. Boyd, secr
tary. After the election of officers,
the applications of teachers for the
different schools were considered.
ror the colored school known
L-hina Grove or the Centre
BC OOl, I
mere were three a blicanta- .Tnn J
Alexander, A. W. Davis, L. J. Mae-
Bey, with the application of A.
W. Davis came a petition signed bv
number of the patrons of this
school, asking for his appointment-
He was appointed. For the school
known as No. 53, or Greer's colored
school, there were two applicants.
Willie Massey and Laura MacBeth.
Willie Massey was elected and
received the appointment For the
scnool known as the Week's colored
school there was one application,
Sawyer Holms. Holms' applica-
lon was laid on the table until the
next meeting of the committee.
Jbor the white school known as
Greer's school there were two appli
cants, Miss Minnie Garrison and
Mr. A. H. Griffith. At a public
meeting of the patrons of this school
a majority expressed their deeire to
retain Mr. Griffith. He was elected
and received the appointment For
he school at Pineville there were
no applicants and no petitions from
patrons Committee took no action
in regard to election of teachers for
the school The meeting adionrned
to meet at the call of the president.
THE NEW EL DORADO.
Where Miners Will Not Work for $50
a Day. - Food the Only Thing Lack
ing. A San Francisco, Bpecial to the
Sun gives some new facts in regard
to the extraordinary Alaska bonanza
gold field, said to be the richest
place the New World has ever
known. According to the writer
Klondike is a place where day la
borers are not to be had for the
wages of a railroid President, where
thousands of dollars in gold are
washed in a single day from below
beds of gravel that never thaw be
neath the sun's raye; where every
man in camp expects to be a mil
lion aire in a short while and return
borne. The Klondike River is over
200 miles up the Ynkoa. It
is the richest district the world has
ever known, and will produce mil
lions this year. Flour at Klondike
is worth $100 a sack of fifty pounds
and none to be bought Live dogs
are worth from $2 to $5 a pound;
they are fcarce in the country.
A ,voung reilow on a claim pan-
new out $40,000 in two days One
man was offered $250,000 caah for
his claim Men cannot be hired for
Wiges. Every newcomer in the
camp is offered big wages, as high as
$5U a day, but seldom will any one
work for another. The only phan
tom that stands m the way to the
goal of a millionaire is "grub "
Wonderful Colorado Ice Cave.
A remarkable cave has been dis
covered rear Cripple Creek, Colo
rado. The immense cavern is a
veritable storehouse of ice. Stalag
mites and stalactites of pure ice
stood like cypress trees from the
floor and hung like a ghostly fringe
from the ceiling. Exploration was
not carried very far, as a yawning
abyss was encouutered at a distance
of about fifty feet from the entrance.
Chunks of ice thrown down this
abyss could be heard rattling and
clanking on the sides, but never a
sound of the bottom being touched.
The entrance chamber is seventy-five
feet Irgh and about fifteen feet wide.
Bevond this the cave widens into
what i3 vet an unexplored subter-
Among Our Neighbors
The Davis and Wiley bank at
Salisbury has declared a four per
cent dividend, and decided to make
improvements in the building.
Salisbury hab bought blood
Salisbury barkeepers have decided
to sell no beer by -measure except to
those who furnish their own vessels
and remove the same from bars
The World thinks A. H. Price will
be postmaster at Salisbury.
A merchant named Wallace in
Salisbury has been arrested for sell
ing cigarettes to minors.
C. M. Steele, of btatesville, has
been granted a patent for a brick
The New Era Christian Evangel
ist is anew paper at Shelby.
The Shelby Aurora says: "lne
postoffice aspirants in this city have
succeeded in getting tnings in a
muddle. About six men want itand
a dark hor e will be likely to get it"
Letter boxes have been put in at
the Sen' hern's town, Spencer.
The Salisbury Sun says: "The
first C. C. & A. train came ino
SDfncer vesterdav evening. It had
on board watermelons and pineap
pies and was manned by the entire
C. C. & A. crew, who came through
from Columbia. A 'pilot' accom
panied the engineer to see mm sale-
Does Sultan Accept Terms of Peace?
i Constantinople, July 17.
Tewfik Pasha, foreign . minister, -informs
the Ambassadors today that
the Sultan had agreed on the princi-
pal demands of the Powers, and was J made public yesterday, shows a fal
prepared to accept their views. on the I ling-from lhe June report. " Corn.
conditions of peace. - It remains to
be seen at today's conference between
Tewfik Pasha 'and' the Ambassadors
Snecial Envoy Whitelaw Red
will sail for England on July 24.
Dule Charles Theodore, the
Bavarian royal oculist, has gone to
Kiel to examine the iniury to the
eye of Emperor William.
Our Enterprising South Carolina
Neighbor flcLaurin the Favorite
Schoolfield rieetlngs-New Stores
and a Cornet Band -Newsy Locals
Correspondence of the Nwg
Gaffney, S. C, July -17 Sena
tor McLaurin seems to be the popu
lar candidate in this section of the
State for the United States Senate.
Senator Trhv will raise a howl and
LriL- una rrpuof loal rf tirt. U7 Viar.
over ha rrna Knt tha rumnlA fisiv thew
are going to vote for McLaunn.
Judge Simon ton has by degree
shorn the dispensary law of its
monopoly and power in this State.
The citizens of any other State can
come to this State now and sell
liquor under the same regulation as
the dispensaries. The liquor qaes
tion is now an issue in this State.
The selection of a site for the
building of a courthouse and jail
will be decided in the near futuie.
Samuel Jefferies, Esq., has very lib
erally proposed to donate to the
county for this purpose its choice
of several very suitable lots near the
center of the city.
President J. R. Mack, of Cooper-
Limestone Institute, is canvassing
the State in the interest of that
time-honored institution. Addi
tions are being made to the faculty,
library, laboratory, etc., and its fu
ture is brightening. Pi of. Mack's
family are visiting at Asken, S. C.
Rev. J. E. Schooineld, of Dan-
vill , Va , one of the modern type
of evangelists, is holding a revival
meeting at the J?irst Methodist
church. His earnest and convinc
ing sermons are supplemented by
the sweet singing of his Binger, Mr
Our temporary accommodation
for the prisoners of the county seems
to be largely in favor of the unfor
tunate victims. Twice within a
month all prisoners have escaped
and not an echo has been heard
from any of them.
UaSney now has a splendid cornet
band as the result of the efforts of
Superintent and S. L. Cuttinee, of
the Gaffney Manufacturing Co.
Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., of New
York, was here last Week and deliv
ered a most entertaining lecture in
the new operahouse.
Msssrs. Teagle and Price, of
Greenville, have opened up a large
stock of furniture under the care of
Mr Allen, in one one of the rooms
of Mr. R. A. Jones' new building.
Mr. D. R. Bird, of Pacolet, has
just invaded the city with a well
filled "racket store," in Mayor A. N.
Wood 8 new building
Col. T. Stobo Farrow has resigned
bis position in the War Department
of Washington, and will return to
Gaffney to practice law.
Mr. J. B. Atkinson is here from
Chester, and will locate to practice
law. The city is full of lawyers
Mr. J. A Huggins, of Texas, has
gone into the mercantile business
Miss Annie Wood and Maynard
Smyth are visiting relatives in
Mr. Oliver Laccott has returned
from West Point, where he graduateel
with honor. Clerk of Court
Jtfferies and Mrs Will Webster are
on the sick list Capt R. O.
Sams has resigned the principa'ship
of the Gaffney male and female
seminary, and has opened up a real
estate office in the Lipscomb hotel
building. Dr. S. B. Crowley and
I family have lust returned from
visit to Asheville, Nashville, etc.
Miss Mamie Umphnes is visiting
relatives in Elberton, Ga. Mi6s
Mollie Brown, of Paeolet, is visiting
Miss May Brown on Limestone
street. Misses Sue Sloan and
Loula Boatright, of Johnson, S. C,
have been here visiting Mrs. J. L.
Sooke. Miss Ida Wood is on a
trip to Toronto, Niagara, etc.
Mrs. rank Jjauly, of Monroe, is
visiting at her father's, Capt. R. M.
Gaffney'a. Dr. W. C. Hamrick is
just completing a handsome resi
deuce on Limestone street
A $1,000,000 Tariff Hyphen.
The omission of a hyphen in the
Tariff bill would have meant a loss
of $1,000,000 to the Government
had this omissiou not been discover
ed by experts, who are carefully going
over the bill. The clause as printed
under the head "Free Lift reads:
"53912. Fruit plants, tropical and
semi-tropical for the purpose of pro
pagation of cultivation."
The cmmission of the hyphen b3t
ween tne words iruic ana plants,
.1 1 j-. a 14
placed fruit on the free list when as
a matter of fact, all kinds 01 irui
are dutiable, the revenue from which
annually amounts to more than $1,-
Whitney's Dinner to Political Friends
Seven sound money Democrats
were the guests of the Hon. William
C. Whitney at the dinner he gave
Wednesday night at the Metrop-
litan Club. The guests were ex-
Gov. Roswell P Flower, Maurice J
Power, Thomas F Ryan, ex-Mavrr
Hugh J Grant, Francis Lynde Stet
son, E Ellerv Anderson and Joseph
C Hendrix. The dinner was served
in the private dinner room on the
third floor of the club. The table
was decorated with American Beauty
roseB and ferns. It is said the pur-
pose of the dinner was to launch the
boom of M. J. O Bnen for mayor of
the Greater New York.
The July Crop Report.
The July, crop, report of the North
Carolina . Agricultural Department
j shows a falling off of over ; 10 "per
J cent, and tobacco nearly as much.
Cotton shows little change; in; June
it was 87i, now it is Mi.
New Minister Leave for Turkey. ,
New York, July 17 Dr. James
B. Angell, the new .United States
Minister to Turkey, with his wife
sailed for Havre this morning. He
goes first to Paris and thn to Con
Btantinople. . , ' N
A PLEA FOR THE DOCTOR.
'Cltar Creek" Writes of the Self
Sacrificing Physician and What We
Correspondence of ThK Xbws.
Hoenet, N. C., July 18 Perhaps
there is no man of any profession
who does more charitable work, says
less about it aud receives more abuse
and less sympathy for the hardships
he endures and undergoes than the
Doctor. His life is a bard one and
he experiences very little of the
pleasures atd pastime of life expe
rienced by men in other professions
and pursuits. He is almost constant
ly in demand and on the go in any
kind of weather at all hours of the
day or night; traveles the roughest
rode s and often endures privation
and receives the scantiest fare imag-
inable Often he is called to leave
his home just as he is calculating on
a few hours' rest to hasten miles
away through storm and darkness to
visit a suffering patient, although he
knows he will never receive a cent
for it The charitable practice a
Doctor does in the course of a year,
if computed in dollars and cents,
would astonish almost any average
citizen. Worn out and wearied with
constant work and care and watch
ing at the bedside of sickness, if he
fails to respond to another call as
promply as some anxious fritnd de
sires, he is grumbled at, and very
often when a patient dies he is
blamed for itand charged with being
negligent or ignorant of his duties
or with making a fatal mistake in
administering medicine, and he is
held responsible for circumstances
entirely beyond his or even human
control. The Doctor is the confidant
of his whole neighborhood aud
knows more of the secret faults of
his neighbors than any man living
and he is the last man in the world
to expose them. No matter how
poor aud humble his patients may
, not one doctor in a hundred will
reveal the secrets of his practice,
although if he were to do so be could
raise great sensations very often
where they are least suspected. The
world produces no heroes more noble
often prote themselves to be, though
f liorn 1 a loaa mnepm firtm rf if hw f rta I
world than of almost any other class
of people. Iu epidemics of conta-
types the Doctor often exposes his
Ii-fo frr Vtn manilr'a aaVa arwl nri.
flinchingly meets death in comba-
Ail.V A M-l MU1UU X V V 0 UUU i MUV4. UU
ting disease in trying to save other?.
So in the future let us always speak
in the highest of terms of our Doctor
if we never pay him.'
Nothing in it for the South.
Senator McLaunn s attempts to
amend the tariff bill so as to benefit
the South seems to have failed all
along the line in the Republican
committee conference. The house
conferees represented eastern inter
ests, the senate conferees represented
western interest?, but there were no
Republicans to represent South
ern interests and Republicans only
were admitted to the conference.
The senate abandoned the lumber
amendment, and the free burlaps,
jute and jute bagging, cotton bag
ging, gunny sacks, foot maumg and
cotton tie amendments it had insert
ed in the bill. The stamp tax on
bonds and stocks, which would have
made eastern money changers con
tribute something to the govern-!
ment revenue, was also abandoned.
Everybody may be reassured now
there is no danger of the South fall
ing in love with a Republican tariff !
Celu mbia State.
Predicts a Twelve-Million Bale Crop.
A Charleston man tells the News
and Courier that that city has thou
sands of bales of cotton stored for
higher prices. The cotton crop this
year win, in nis opinion, oe tne
largest rn many years, lie believes
this year will see a twelve million
t-iA 1 a iiAn Vi .i to hio Aofi m n 4 a an1
ua'c luf "'"""-"
he bases it on the fact that there
a-kA mnniT tmrwn r r n a nri iron rt vnA I
plant this season and that there
j v i
seems to nave been no drawbacks
during the growing season.
Rich Spaniards Arrested In Havana.
A Havana dispatch to the Sun
says: "At the moment 1 Bend this
despatch Havana is in the greatest
state of excitement that has existed
here since the war began. Eighty
rich Spanish merchants and bankers
were arrested here today accused of
selling merchandise and medicines to
the Cuban patriots- Those under
arrest include prominent members
of the Union Constitutional party,
and men who have held important
Admirals Threaten to Bombard Can
Cane a., Crete, duly 17 in con
sequence of the increasing' turbu
lence of the Mussulmans and almost
incessant outbreaks and disorders,
the admirals of the international
fleet have issued a proclamation ad
monishing the' Mussulmans and
announcing that if a single Euro
pean soldier is harmed they will
bombard the town.
Parkhurst's Man In an Asylum.
Concoed, N. H., July 16. Ar
thur F. Dennett, of New York, for
merly superintendent of Dr. Park-
hurst s society for the prevention of
crime, was committed to tne JNew
Hampshire asylum for the insane
ai i a
Pia.ia'o t?avrktlfa Ppocpri Tf 1 rF
is of inestimable value at three
stages in the lives of every woman
when the girl becomes a woman,
when the woman. becomes a mother;
and when the mother, becomes inca
pable of maturity. At these .time
it gives Bafetv and strength. -it is
the only- medicine-now- before the
public --for woman'a--Tculiar-ail
ments, adapted to- her delicate or-
ganization by a regularly graduated
physician an experienced and skill
ed specialist in these maladies. - - It
cannot do harm in any condition - of
the system. Its
sales exceed- the
combined sales of
cines for women.
all other medi-1
of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos
phitcs, can be taken as easily in
summer as in winter. Unlike the
plain oil it is palatable, and the
bypophosphites that are in it aid in
digestion and at the same time tone
op the system.
For sickly, delicate children, and
for those whose lungs are affected,
it is a mistake to leave it off in the
summer months. The dose may be
reduced if necessary.
We recommend the small size
especially for summer use, and for
children, where a smaller dose is re
quired. It should be kept in a cool
place after it is once opened.
For sale by aQ druggista at 50a and um
BUGGIES, 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
our "ROCK HILL BUGGY."
ial by good workmen, with care
selves on the splendid reputation of our Buergies. Every wheie
RflP ( U II I RllfiR
in every respect, quality, style
Prlce fOG.OU strictly.
In order that you may purcnase our itock Hill riuggy, we
. , lf
have placed them with Messrs,
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ivt'rinsroxa: &c co
f , XT , in
vnarione ix. j. wnere youwiii
To buy from them will be the
rect. Get the best buggy, the
Rock Hill, S. C. Remember
some other brand.
S. S. M'NINCH
J. W. WADSWORTfl'S SONS-
LOW PRICES ON
WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
Between now and November
. Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc.,
And in order to do so we are
they have ever been
WE HAVE FIRST CLASS GOODS
Everything: in good, shape, and
or Buggy you can save money and get the best -by calling on
uscDon't consider" this to mean that vfe are going out of busi-
J WB ABE-GOING TO MO VEOUR STOCK OP VEHICLE S
IN THE NEXT
Low Trices are what it
if we are
J. W. WADSWORTH'S SONS.
-:o:-gPRING H A R D WAR E-ro:-We
are stllin the odIj
RIVETED COTTON HOE
on the market, and it would Par
yon to examine our stock
DOWLAN COTTON FLAN-
always gives satisfaction and is
the one for all faimers
OP ALL DKSCBIPTKS.IO
Plow Shapes, 8weepB,8ingle-Trees, Back-
:o:- an da complete stock ::
Call in and see us.
J. H. WEDDINGTON i Co.,
Old Stand, 29 E. lVade lit.
March 13. 189.
They are made of good mater
and pride. We pride our-
FS are the synonm for
1 s i , aamaa a a. i
ana nnisn, get Ut ULvl
I I wm laf kW I I
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same as buying trom us di -
"Kock Hill" buggy, made in
its a "ROCK DILL" Buggy, not
Rock Hill, SC.
& Co., Agents
CShflflotte IST G
1st we will sell off an immense
goitg to make prices lower than
on the same class of work.
if you. want to buy a Wagon
takes to do so. Come and See
BOUTS 09 THK TAMOtJS
"3. A. L. EXPRESS."
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, NOR
ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS. SOUTH
Schedule In effect Feb. 7th, 1897.
No. 41. No. 40t
3 20 pm
5 26 pm
6 12 p m
6 23 pm
6 53 p in
7 13 p m 5 !0 a a
7 30pm 5 23am
9 35 pm 7 80a a
10 25 p m 8 80a m
10 a m
10 85 a m
11 43 pic
13 54 p m
" Mai ton
4 85 pm
6 OS pm
7 DO pm
7 50 pm
8 85 pm
9 40 pm
10 81 p m
11 05 pa
11 23 p m
" Mt Holly
5 10 cv m
6 05 am
7 01 im
7 4A a m
7 55 a nr
8 45 im
9 11 am
9 SO am
10 18 am
12 80 pm
Lv ' Ilamlet
FALMBTTO K. R. ERAKCH
f8 40 a m Lv. Hamlet Ar. 6 20 p m
10 00 am Ar. Cueraw Lv. fSOOpm
Daily - fDaily, except Sunday.
Nos. 402 and 403. the "Atlanta SDeclal "
Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited Train,
with litiUet Sleepers and Day loacuea be
tween Washington and Atlanta, also Porta
mouth and Chester, S. C. Connecting at
Atlanta for and from ChattHbooea, Nash
ville, Memphis, Texas, California, Maco a
and J lorida. far lor and liming Car
New York to Washington.
No, as and 41. the "S. A. T. Rxnreaa
Solid Train of Pullman sieepenand Day
Atlanta K to Yntb anil VVnlHnn alan Knr
York and Cane Charles, com cctine at
Portsmouth with Bay Line, coastwise
steamers, Washington steamers and"Cape
m w la.. a m. . w k i
unanes Kouie." io ana irom an Doinu
North and East.
Baggage checked from hotels and resi
dences to destination. Sleeper and steamer
reservations made in advance.
NO EXTRA PaRE ON ANY TRAIN.
For Tickets. Sleepers and ioformatioa
I apply to Ticket Agents, or to W. H. Ram-
seur, city ticket agent, Z3 south Tryon St.,
Charlotte; B. A.Newland, Oen. Agent
fas. Uept 6 Kimball House, Atlanta, Ua.;
Geo. McP. Battle, Trav. Pass. Agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
E t t.John, Vice President & Gen. liana-
H. w. B. glover, Traffic Manager.
V. E. McBeb, General Superintendent.
T. J. Anderson, Gen. Paas. Agent.
General Offices, Portsmouth, ft
RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND
NORTI CAROLINA DIVISION.
Schedule in Effect Jan 18 1897.
This Condensed Schedule 13 published
asinformation only and is subject to change
without notice to the public.
TRAINS LEAVE CHAHLO TTB.
10:55 p m No 35. daily for Atlanta and
Chailotte Air Line division, and all points
South and Southwest. Carries through
PuLman drawing room buffet sleeper be
tween New York. Washington. Atlanta.
and New Orleans.
9:35 a m No 37 daily. Washington and
Southwestern vestibuled 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. Uiningcar, ves
tibuled coach between Washington and
12:20 d m No 11 dally, for Atlanta, and
all points South. Solid train, Richmond to
Atlanta Pullman sleeping car. Richmond
11:00 f. m No. 85, daily, for Augusta,
Savannah, Rock Hill, Chester, Columbia
and Jacksonville. Carries through Pull
man drawing room buflet sleeper between
New York, Savannah ana Jacksonville.
Also Pullman sleeper, Charlotte to A-
9.35 a m No 37, daily, for Columbia
and C C & A local stations.
8:30 p m No. 38 daily. Washington
and Southwestern vestibuled limited for
j Washington and all points North, uroog
IP knan Memphis to New York; Nw
eans to new Yock; Tampa to Mew
ork. Also carries vestibuled coach and
8:50 a m No 30 daily, for Wis-
ington Richmond, Raleigh and all point
North Carries l'ullman drawing-room
buffet sleeper New Orleans to New York:
Jacksonville to New York.
6: 50 p m No 23 daily, for Columbia
and all local stations between Charlotte and-
6:40 p m No 12. dally, for Richmond.
Raleieh. Goldaboro and all nointi North.
Carries Pullman sleeping car from Greeas-
uoro to uicnmona. connects t ureens
boro with train carrying Pullma car for
4:JU p m No. 62. dai.'y except cun-
f)aw TFa?-vK snrl wn aaati Aa 4t (3t A ta.
vibe and local stations.
for Statesville and Taylorsyille and low
Trains arrive at Charlotte :
10:40 p m
FROM THE NORTH.
. , a
6:20 p m Y
8:20 p m J
P:25 am )
8:20 p m f
8:15 p m I
X lJl A 1 liAXl A A.
Daily except Sunday.
All freight trains carry passengers.
J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. -W.
A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Agent,
W 11 GREEN, Gen'l SnperinUndea
S, H. nARDWlCK, ass t Gen'l Pass. Ac
Traveling Passenger Agent
18 E Trade Street,
Charlotte, N. O.
Caveats, and Tnde-VIarta obtained and all Fat-
entbnaineaBcond acted for MOOCNATC ftl.
Our orric is 0oiTf U. . f Orrie
and wecaaiet. ure patent in leas tuna toaa Ukc
Send model, drawing or photo., with deacrip-
Wc advise, if patentable or doc, tree w
Oar fee not due till patent ta secarvd.
a Pamphlet, now w utxaiu rutin,
Obtaiu Patent, witi
coat of same i a the U. S. and iurciga ceaatnw
lent free. Addreaa,
aTENY omct. waaMiajOTOM, D. C.