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gr "ii .r i -v ' Vnliii t nwi COOK ON DECK. HOPES OF PIE FALL. OLD NORTH STATE. TILLMAN SAID IT. ptM-- . .. i Blood B essential to tealtb. Every nook .A corner of the .ystem is reached by the blood, and on !t quality the condition of every organ de pends. Oood blood means strong nerves, tood digestion, robust health. Impure blood means scrofula, dyspepsia, rheuma tism, catarrh or other diseases. The surest ffgy to have good blood is to take Hood's garsaparilla. This medicine purifies, vi talizes, and enriches the blood, and sends tbe elements of health and strength-- to vry nerve, organ and tissue. It creates g good appetite, gives refreshing sleep (nd cures that tired feeling. Remember, If Spears Cannot be District Attor ney the Warren Lawyer Wants It Himself Filibustering Expe dition - at Wilmington -Professor Allen Holt's Removal -Gudger Goes to Panama. .Washington, July 30. Accord ing to the latest returns there i3 "another Richmond in tbe field" for the Eastern district attorneyship in the person of Charles A. Cook, of Warren. As I understand it, Col. Cook reluctantly "yielded tho palm" to O. J. Spears, in considera tion of the fac. that thtfllatter hid Office-Seekers Greatly Disappointed at President JlcKinley's Latest Order, Which, Instead of Letting Down the Fences, Strengthens Them. Correspondence of the News. Washington, D. 0., July 29 The unexpected has happened ! President McKinley's famous and long-expected modification of the A Couple : Married Barefoot.-John Davis to be ReleasedSunday Busi ness of Raleigh Shops-.North Caroli na News la Paragraphs. In an account of the Oakhurst ken nels, near Newton, tbe Enterprise notes that-one of the finest dogs in the ken nel is Alma, owned by Mr. C. A. Mose ley, of Charlotte. Editor Gasaue. of the Salisbury Watchman, will probably start a daily the new souui- Ci?il service rules haa come at last, i newspaper at Spencer, the new S iH. v 1 Urn railway town, near Salisbury. and with it brought sadness and aismay to the pie counter brigade Instead of any modification or back down from the present law. the Two million acres of land In this state pay no tax, according to the report of the state auditor. O. J. Cates has established a factory for the manufacture of grain candles at Madison. Tom Miller, a Rutherfordton negro, emptied a load of buckshot Into tres- Sarsaparilla Is the lit'st - in fact the One True Blood Purifier. " pj.,. cure Liver Ills; easy to HOOU S rlllS take, easy to operate. 25e. fly Country. Writ'''" for the News. MV"o"utry. glorious Is thy name; i't'lH in t'"'1' l,,at men of fame Have man-lied all-fjlorlous 1 3 the fray; ilr lost perchance. ut smiling stood, Dd U tii-picl silent "God Is good." Mv country, lonny is the name, j?ri),ii whom, or what, or when.e it came; Thy v.-niant Ik-Ids and valleys fair, Thy Imlmv winds and waters clear; Tbv sin.iitf hlrds and lovely How era. All, all wt' claim as proudly ours. My country, tender-hearted, proud, T iy (UuKhters are: I love thy cloud. Thy K"llK'n tll,u" of sunsDiDe clear. Thy sinpiutf liirda, thy flowers fair. tut rippling waves, thy booming break. My heart is thins 'twill ne'er fors.ke. My country, God is with the still! He'll ne'er forsake; divine His will. To sway the powers that rule thy land, Auil cause nil nations, hand in band. To serve thee uuder guise of Dower, Tho love tor thee doth rule the hour. My country, lovely la thy trust Bright troldeu grain and silver dust. Thy saii'ls of time are wasting fast; Knoiif-'li remains to ever last; My country, lovely, always fair, Above all others tliou art dear. Marie At.thba Glover. (.'tmrlotte, X, C, July 2d, 1897. canvassed the State so the roughly new rules as promulgated by the for McKinlev and-borne th hoar. President tod&v aimr.lv ofror.irtv.on I fc - V U I J M V V. U , WJ-BU and burden of the dav withnnr. . the weak Dlar.ea in t.ViP nrPflPnr. ctd. passers in his melon patch. . murmer. But now that there U tem, and by every one i. conceded to 5f S'Sute 13SS Sd i taiK 01 Smashing the- original Slate De the most distinctive Step forward Orape Growers' Association holds its tifmXMin been made m the Civil A. Fhuford Is receiver of the Ca jook quietly stens unon the n Darter I service regulations Bin op th rinnano I tawha riot Tmmiv-r nnmmiiv deck and proclaims that it shall h Of the original law fifteen vp&rs turn. T- McNider is appointed postmas In short, it ia a" drag-net for the "ins" and a barricade against the "outs." Heretofore it has been the cause of much complaint that people in the service could be dismissed or Spears or Cook, live or die, stand or fall. Cook is a wily politiciai ; sharp, shrewd and hard to hem, an 1 Col. Harry Skinner and Romulu. Zigzag Linney, who are pushing Bernard, will find "Jordan a hard road to travel," and an uphill grada to rou tbe scbemes and plans of tbe ter at Capanoke and H. A. Goodman at Durant's. For the western district the inter nal revenue collectons amount to $168,592. Col. P. H. Lybrook, of Winston, is to be . chief marshal of the next State fair. A couple, bent on marriage, ran reduced Without defiuite charges away from their homes in Franklin Kcinrr ma.la oml county a few days ago, and though 0 , . 6' hthey had no worldy goods they scrap- marriage li neither coat nor shoes and the bride was bare foot. The neighbors gave them some furniture on which to begin house keeping. The reduction in the rates of the "Western Union Telegraph Company aod should the worst come will I an(l upon written charge riled with throw his influence outright to I the bead of the department or other Spears. Meantime we will see what appointing officer, and of which the W, , - o i uiey imu no wunuy ei Butu wuutj lawyer, uuuk uiieci rc,BUU wutnucu nuj uppurtuuny i ea up enougn to buy a tne P081tl0n under Hftrnsnn'a a lor a defense. The new rnlpa rmver cense; tne groom wore administration and were Spears out I and remedy this evil, as the follow of the race could ?ive Bernai d ing amendment by Mr. McKinlev to "cards and spades" and lay him out Rule 2 shows. It reads: on the first round. At heart, how- I "No removal shail be made from ever, Cook prefers Spears to Bernai d lanv position subject to competitive to fifteen cents for a message of ten nnrlor t,a i I PT.mln.tinn ovnunf iJ words goes into effect September 1st. ministers of the Methodist church have been in session at Asheville three days. Former Governor Oats of Alabama has been visiting friends in this State. Sundry small shops In Raleigh hp.ve been doing a side-door business, sell ing goods of all kinds on Sunday's. The churches have begun a crusade against the evil. Col. J. Wiley Shook who took up his ...abode at Asheville some months ago has again pitched his tent at Clyde. The Southern Biblical AssemMy meets in its third annual session at Asheville next Wednesday. Chief Justice Faircloth is spendin j the summer at Saratoga. John Davis, the Wilmington lawyer Who embezzled the funds of Fifth Street Methodist church and was a defaulter for a larso airtimt in the administation of several estates, is to be released from the insane asylum soon and turned over to the civil au thorities. He only escaped a sentence to the penitentiary by being adjudged insane. He was ..a prominent church man and his downfall created a great we see. FILIBUSTER AT WILMINGTON." Through the Spanish Minister here information has beenrtceived from Wilmington, N. C, to the ef fect that the brier Alexander Jones Bucklen's Arnica Salve. and schooner John D. Lmur are sna- Tbe best Balve in tbe world for pected of fittiing out a filibustering Cutn, Hi uises, Sores, Tetter, Chapp- expedition to Cuba. The acting okin Kruptions and postively cureB Secretary of the Treasury has there Piles or no pay required. It is fore dispatched instructions to the guaranteed to give perfect RUtiefac- Custom officers at that port to insti tion or mouey refunded. Prico 25 tute an investigation at once of the cents per box. For sale by Burwell steamers mentioned above. 4 Dunn wholesale and retail. the gold fever. Dr. Woodrow Leaves Today. J The Alaskan gold fever has struck This afternoon Dr. James Wood- I Washington broadside, row, until recen South Carolina moat learned scientists of the South. I low. and lare accused shall have-full notice and an opportunity to make defense." He also amended rule 3 so as to include within the classified service the employees of all custom house offices without regard to the number of persons there employed. Hitherto the classification embraced customs offices where the number of. employ ees was five or more. This order therefore brings into the civil ser vice 65 hitherto unclassified customs offices. In addition to this the President has amended rule 6- to read as fol lows: "Custom House' Service One cashier in each customs district, oue itly president of the I numbers are leaving for the Klon- chief or principal deputy or assistant sensation , college, one of the dyke region, with others still to fc'- collector in each customs district, leaves for St. Petersburg, Russia, where, by invitation of the Czar, he will attend the congress of the noted geologists of the world to be held in St. Petersburg on August 28. Piueville Circuit Appointments. Harrison 1st and 3rd Sundays, 11 a. m . sunday school at 10 a. m., W. E. Cun liiiiL'tmin, sunt l'ineville 2nd and 4th Sundays 11 a m., Sunday school at 10 a- in 3 p m , J no. A. Y omits, superintendent Marvin 1st aDd 8rd Sundays 3 p id.. SumUy school at 10 a. m HDd 1.30 p m. Geo. W. Sutton, supt. Hebron 2nd aDd 4th Sundavs. 3 p. m , Sunday school 10 a. m and 180 p, m CLas. M. Campbell, supt. Thos W. Fmith. P. C. The Chief End of Man. A lady in Monroe had been teach ing her little five year old son the Shorter Catechism, and -wishing to show what her young hopeful knew, she asked him in the presence of Borne ladies, "What is the chief end of man?" The little fellow prompt- PROF. HOLT REMOVED. Prof. J. Allen Holt, postmaster at Oak Ridge, has been removed, and L. C. Huffins appointed in his stead. Among Our Neighbors. A Salisbury cornfield was demol ished and a house took its place. Two Salisbury men will go to leave for I one principal deputy collector at each sub-port or station. 'Internal Revenue Service Une! employe in each internal revenue district, who shall act as cashier or chief deputy or assistant collector, as may be determined by the Treas ury Department; one deputy collec tor in each internal revenue district where the number of employes in the office of the collector exceeds Klondvke. but will not the gold fields until next February, four; one deputy collector in each Rowan's taxable property uow stamp (or orancn; omce. amounts to $5,000,000, a considt r able increase in a year's time. J. P. Hornbuckle, of Concord, is dead. TheW. N. C. Local Ministers' Conference is meeting at Asheville conference met this morning at Al bemarle Stanley county., Lawn Party at Rev. Q. R. White's. For the News and Times. A lawn party will be given at Rf-v. G. R. White's on Fridav. A il ly replied, "To gloyr without God gn8t gth, from 6 to 10 o'clock, and enjoy himself forever." Thatl Lunch and ices will be served by really seems to be the cniet obiect to,- Toadies' Missionarv Society of ot some men. Monroe inquirer. Onslow county $336,500 is derived annually from fisheries. In New Han over the annual revenue is $159,880. Forty counties were represented at the county officers' convention at Morehead City, and seventy-five county officials were- in attendance, The recent civil-service order of the President has thrown a deep-gloom of President has thrown a deep grloom on the Republican hopers-for-offlce The Murphy bransh of the A. K and N. railroad is to discard the nar-row-gruage and adopt the standard guage track and as a consequence real estate in Murphy has risen from twenty to fifty per cent. The Raleigh News and Observer de nies that a thousand acres of land in the Klondyke region belong to the Heck estate. Col. Heck did buy some coal lands in the province of Ontario. During a thunder storm Mrs. Alex Strickland, of Fayetteville was os badly shocked that she remained unconscious several hours. Chief Consul R. G. Hollingsworth, of Fayetteville will attend the national convention of the League of American Wheelmen that meets in Philadelpma this week. Revenue officer Shelburn, captured near Roxbcro a complete still, m.ode for use on a stove like a tea-kettle It held three-quarts, and had a capa city of about a gallon of "sow paw" a day. The operators of the Seaboard Air nonfc anA f ho ramnftitrn of the ie Line are to hold a telegraph tourna fvv-"" . . . ro- i I yriOTit Aiieimt lOtl Mr. flatthews Tells the Circumstances of the Interview the South Caro lina Senrtor Denies The Editorial Comment of the Columbia State. The Columbia State this morning con tains the following letter: "To the Editor of the State: "I notice in the press dispatches of Friday night last a denial of an inter view with Senator Tillman that ap peared in last Monday's issue of the Charlotte News. "Having been away from Charlotte for nearly a week and not being in a j position to see the daily papers, I was unaware that the interview had been questioned until I reached home to day. "The facts in the case are these and Senator Tillman cannot truthfully deny- any portion of them : I boarded the Columbia-bound train In Charlotte last Sunday morning and at once recogniz ed Senator Tillman sitting in the rear seat in one of the sleepers. I went over to where he was sitting soon after th train left Charofotte. Having re peatedly interviewed him before, I thought, of course, he recognizea me and that, too, as a newspaper man. 1 questioned Senator Tillman closely on the present senatorial campaign. My object was to, if possible, draw him out and get some expression or preference for one of the several candidates now before the people of your State for senatorial honors. "Senator Tillman spoke kindly or both McLaurin and Evans, but when, in the course of the conversation, Irby's name was mentioned, he sad: Irby reminds me of a man that has been bured for six months and has just scratched out." 'Continuing he said that Irby s con duct while in Washington was so fla grantly immoral that it was just out of the question for him to be elected to the of flee, to which he aspires. "While Senator Tillman has de nounced the interview as a fake, I am satisfied if he will just think for a moment he will acknowledge the truth fulness ' of the entire article. If he Dersists in his demand I will feel called upon to produce abundance of evidence to prove the accuracy ot my statement. C. A. MATTHEWS, Staff Charlotte News. Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 1. Upon the letter the State makes hte following editorial comment: The reporter of the Charlotte News rfflDM tiack at senator' numan wua very clear and explicit account. What is more he offers to furnish abundant nroof of the correctness of the interview. One of the charming incidents of the interview is Senator Tillman's saying that "Irby reminds me of a man who has been buried for six months and has just scratched out.' Vigorous English that and not unlike Rpnia.min. - By the way. li. Jtt. x. is certainly lie champion 'forgetter.' With what infinite ease he releates to oblivion anything he wishes unremem- bered. He is unsurpassed at tnat. "Rpniamin is the antitype of the ixhonoeraDh. "That Charlotte interview stands for the present. What say you, Benjamin?" Aof a Fly "Appointments to the positions named in this rule in the custom house service and the internal reve nue servise shall be subject to an examination to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, not disap ft ays an eminent English doctor, 'wiH carry enough poison to infect a house hold." In summer-rime, more espec ially, disease germs fill the air, caulti tudes are infected, fall ill, die ; multi tudes escape. These messengers of mischief do not exist for millions. Why not? Because they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gun shot. - It is the weak, the wasted, the thin-blooded who fall ; those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops into graver disease. We hear of catching disease! Why not catch health ? We can do it by always maintaining our healthy weight. of Cod-liver Oil, is condensed nourish ment; food for the building up of the system to resist the attacks of disease. It should be taken in reasonable doses all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard of health. If you are losing ground, try a bottle now. . For tala by all drag-grists at 50c and tucm OASTOIIIA. Thsfas- - ! fa -:o:-6PUING H A R D W A R E--We are selling the only RIVETED COTTON HOE on the market, and it would Pat you to examine our stock THE GENUINE DOWLAN COTTON FLAN TER always gives satisfaction and is the one for all fat mora to buy. TURN PLOWS OF ALL DKSCR1PTNS,10 Plow Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees, Bac Bands Trace Chains :o:- anda complete stock -;o:-of HARDWARE. Call in and see us. J. II. WKDDINGTON A Co., Old Stand, 29 E. IVad Lit. MM-c.h 18.1896. ROUTE Or THE AMOUS "ATLANTA SPECIAL- AND "S. A. L. EXPRESS." BETWEEN NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, NOR FOLK AND ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, BOUT EL . - - WEST. Schedule in efiect Feb. 7th, 1897. WESTWARD. Lv. WilmiDgton Lv. Lumberton Maxton M L&urinburg Ar Hamlet Lv. Hamlet " Rockingham " Wadesboro Monroe Ar.Charlotte " Mt. Holly Lincolnton " Shelby " Rutherfordton No. 41. No. 409 3 20 p m 5 26 pm 6 12 pm 6 23 p m 6 53 p m 7 13 p m 5 10 a m 7 30 pm 6 23 am 811pm a 85 p m 7 80a m 10 25 p m 8 30a m 9 10 am 10 35 a m U43pB 12 64 p m EASTWARD. Lv. Rutherfordton Shelby M Lincolnton " Mt. Holly " Charlotte " Monroe " Wadesboro " Rockingham Ar. Hamlet Lv. Hamlet , " Laurinburg " Maxton " Lumberton I Ar. Wilmington No. 38. 6 10 o m 6 05 a m 7 01 a m 7 4). a m 7 55 a m 8 45 am 9 11 am 9 30 am 10 18 am 12 80 p m No .403 4 35 pm 6 08 pa 7 00 p a 7 60 pa 8 25 p a 9 40 pa 10 81 p a 11 05 p a 11 23 p a PALMETTO B. R- BRANCH f8 40 a m Lv. Hamlet Ar. 6 20 p a 10 00 a m Ar. uneraw L.v. tiuupn Daily tD8iJy except Sunday. The Salisbury Methodist district proved by the commission, equal to tne examination neiu uy mcwiuiuis sion for positions of like grade. Such examinations shall be conducted by tbe commission in accordance with its regulations." This brings to a sudden and unex- Used In Germany. Goose Grease has been used in Germany for thousands of years for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, sprains, bruises, etc . and round to be 1 he most reliable remedy known. Al ways sold under guarantee. If it does you no good tak it back to your druggist and get your money. Made only by Goose Grease Liniment Co., Greensboro. iV. C. Apr 10-ly Congressman Linney is said to be still in Washington; Senator J5utier Ebenezer A. R. P. church. Many of our friends know of the beautif al counter brigade, and settles once for always that those who hold down internal revenue jobs in North Caro lina as elsewhere that they must pass successfully a rigid civil ser- grove in front of Mr. White's resi- vjce examination and bide their time dpnns. situated on tho Pinevnle road, hve miles south, of Charlotte Everybody most cordially invited. We can safely promise a pleasaat evening, best attention, and an abundance of good things. L M. S. A tent is on the way from Wil- : tr, tfjtfoirillo which will is at his bampson county homeland ammriA 2.500 neoDle. It is to Senator Pritchard is at Marshall. be ugpd fof & meeting at which will Congressman Skinner s hailth bg ched the ..doctrine of sancti- bad; he is at his home in Pitt. I he 6cion by ten or more holiness Populist Congrefsmen, Stroud and nrpaf,her8 including such well r-owler, have been at home some nown exp0Unders of this new doc tiiue. I i. Aironfan1 Trrin. nf South Ll 1 LiC tta aiauu wt-v - . Carolina, and Foxworth, of Georgia, says the Fayetteville Observer, j When Baby was sick, we gave.hrr rstorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. WlWu she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When bhe had Children, she gave them Castoria. Didn't Hurt Him, But Killed the Co Correspondence of the News. The electric showers we have been having have done little dam age. A few evenings ago a tobacco drummer was caught out in a Bhowei; an electric current struck n 1 111 nn t Via "rhppk:" did him HO damage, but glanced off ami killed a cow that was grazing a short dis tance away. Goose Grease. Goose Grease Liniment will cure you of Klieumatism. neuralgia toothache. bea -ache, p;1i i i Mde or bark, and in IhCt every pain you have If itdoisi otco this take the bottle back to, your druggist and get your money. Sold by all drug gists Apr 10 IV GENERAL NEWS OF INTEREST. Garrett E. Anderson, a wealthy citi zen of Brooklyn, who went to Arizona to nurse a dying son, died of thirst on the desert near Phoenix, and his wife narrowly escaped a similar fate. Several ereat Wall street banking houses are equipping expeditions to search for gold on the Klondike. President McKinley took his first les son in golf a day or twoago. Ttipiurvinte.. 6.. The jury in the third trial of Charles V. Spalding, treasurer of the Illinois State University, and President of the Globe Savings Bank of Chicago, re turned a veridct of guilty on an in- dictment enargins n cai!P H,dnf the Navy Long said the Vrrment can make armor p,ateforVess than tUe price contractors dPHugh" Gerah. of Union Hill. N J.. started for Indian Territory after tak ?a" t kill Day, the man who ins wv. t a ,i as t rh cka- eu 111" e riraffnn 1 1 1 111c n Lleir DBAs Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti pation, sour stomach, indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's Fills. They do their work n 9 3 1 szs- illS rui 1 p 1 easily and thoroughly. Best after dinner pills. 9ftlnta ill rirncrfrlata. Prepared by C I. Hood t Co., Lowell, Mass. The only Pill to take with ggogs Sarsaparjna. T. iI eLLIOITJ Monumental Works, Granite Monumeh's a 8pec Ity. -AQKNT8 FOR IRON FENCE3. Ko.S85 W. Trade Street, Cb rflotte, . 0 r.ar 'Mcniure. r:niver?ny. :." -r. while descenaing i.uu". State coma anu a wJii of Plark President u. .imQt- T-.,i,-orcitv created a sm Umversit, v?eic Christian ing in an aaar - Endeavor oatn is '"" broken. , . ,..... nf the Tho Young .feopie ---- EyingeS Association is in session at Pittsburg. pwoMmt B. F. Mcliiniey. ' ."".Ti-t. nf,.iriniiv. has oeen appumi , postmaster of B Fcg"- r. of the govemmem-tti v ,.-. lines. -: -Q,1 r,it thf If present aesigns , ,7J ihf iiJLtv of California is to have the for a vacancy to occur, bad ana dolefnl as it may sound to the dis consolate on the anxious bench such ia nevertheless true. The President of the United States haff said so, and it's a "go." IN THE SOUTHERN STATES. A syndicate" has been formed by a number of wealthy men of Richmond, Va , for the purpos-e of engaging large ly in the beet sugar industry. A large factory is to be built below the city, and if experiments now being made are satisfactory it is proposed to devote several thousand aci-es to the cultiva tion of sugar beets next year. . Arrangements are perfecting for the early building of the Virginia and Car olina railroad irom rewrsuuiB. It is tated that the Populists will not oppose Major J. Hoge Tyler, who, in all probability will be nominated for gov ernor by the Democratic convention at Roanoke, Va. It is understood the Populists will make no other nomina tions beside that of Captain Cocke for lieutenant governor, wnetner ne is in dorsed by the Democratic -convention or not. The committee from the Rich mond Chamber of Commerce, having failed to make satisfactory arrange ments with the railroads, has decided to charter a train to run through south ern territory and take retail merchants to Richmond. The Richmond Chapter of the Society of the Alumni of the University voted in favor of the ap pointment of a president for the uni versity. IN OTHER COUNTRIES. The indignation of the natives against the Indian government for its summary policy of repression Increas es. They say that the government is going to convert India into a second Ireland by a programme of coercion, and that no one is safe. Richard Croker has left London fr Carlsbad, where New York politicians are to meet him and confer as to means of carrying the election for mayor of firontpr New York. ' ' The American bishops at the Lam beth conference rejected the proposi tion of British bishops to make the pri mate of all England the head of the Anglican church and all its offshoots throughout the world. Despatchs confirm the reports of the ortnaiiiner extent of the floods in Prus. sian Silesia. Hudreds of persons have been downed by the waters of the over flowing streams. The summer resorts of Warmburnn in Prussian Silesia and Johannisbad. In Bohemia, are unqer water and partially wreckeo. ment August 10th which is to include all the operators between Charlotte and Portsmouth. H. P. Williams, su perintendent of telegraph, and Train Dispatchers Blacknall and ohnson are to be judges, and Mr. J. M. Turner, Master of Trains, is to be time-keeper. The article concerning Charlotte and the State Fireman's tournament copi ed in several of the State newspapers is from the Charlotte News. .The statement is made that North Carolina produces more sweet potatoes than any other State in mis country, but no figures are given. Pmf .Tames A. McLaurin, of Wades boro, has accepted the position of Professor of Mathematics in Austin College, Texas and will remove to Sher man Tptcrs. Rev. A. H. Smith, pastor of the Gorman Reformed church at Newton, Yaa rpsismpd to accept a charge at pk"ppsnnrt. Pa. The recent session of the Salisbury fethrdist District Conference endors aA the nnsition on the educational ques- iti tai-en hv President Kilgo, of TVinitv Onllee'e. - Rev. J. W. Welborn, of Statesville v.00 o-nne to South Carolina to can- irosa fnr the industrial school that is to be established by the Methodist Prnteetfliit church at Yarboro. The institution now has 285 acres of land and the erection of .a ten-thousand dollar building is contemplated. PHARLOTTE OUGHT TO, HAVE THE SCHOOL. The Shelby Star says: "Two years aeo the Mecklnburg Presbytery estab lished a college for girls and Shelby, to gether with a number of towns, put in a. bid for it. but Charlotte entered the contest at the eleventh hour and won the nrize. This is now a college and does not meet the demands ..6 Presbytery, and it is proposed to es- tnhiish an Industrial School. Rev .A. A. Little, in a letter to Rev T. M. Lowry, suggests Shelby as a good location for the school. If the school is to be- established, Charlotte is the place for it. htp.ARD IN OTHER SANCTUMS. New York Journal: "It never rains but it pours" is an adage that can be ca:Uv mated. In dog aays ll never shines hut it sizzles. Washington Post: The Boston people n-hn H inert Secretary Gage in oraer that thev- mlsrht ascertain the financial nriir-v of the administration are out just one dinner. JUST ONE MORE RAIN NEBDB1J The crops in eastern North Carolina are the Dest in years, ine laimeia say that if they can- have one more good rain that the corn crop will be made no matter how dry tne season 13 afterwards. THE TYPESETTING MACHINES. The Charlotte News has purchased the two linotype machines that were nseri in the office ot the late lamented Raleisrh Tribune, and Mr. Dowd moved them to his office in Charlotte last week. Lenoir Tvne. The Gharlotte News is putting in tvDesetting machines, to be ready for use by the last or tne ween. laurin burg Exchange. EVIDENCE OF SUCCESS. The Charlotte News has purchased two linotype machines and will soon be greatly Improved. We rejoice at 1 this evidence of the success Brother Dowd is meeting with. He is one of the most genial, whole-souled gentle men we know. Kinston Free Press. BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES: Do you want to buy a Huggy or Phaeton that wil please SSilSSSSSSSS. . . rt,,, r v, with Buffet Sleepers and Day Coachee be- vou: that will give you full return for your money it so buy tween Washington and Atlanta, also Porta J ' . mouth and Chester, S. C. Connecting at our "ROCK HILL BUGGY." They are made of good mater- SSSSS , . . ,ir . , and Florida. Parlor and Dining Can ;1 Vv rrnml wnrlcmftn. with care and Dllde. We r ride OUr- ncw York to Washineton. J b 7 Nos.88and 41, the "8. A. L. Express selves on the. splendid reputation of our Buggies. Every wheie ntftir llll I niinnirc are the svuonvm for worth nubiv niLL DUuuico in every respect, quality, style and finish, get 1"T P5"" price $65.00 strictly. In order that you may purchase our Rock Hill Buggy, we ave placed them with Messrs. Solid Train of Pullman Sleepers and Dsy -(Joachesbetween Portsmouth, Wtldon ana Atlanta,ISew York and Weldon,ftlso Xiew York and Cape Charles, connecting at Portsmouth with Bay Line, -coastwise steamers, Washington steamers and"Cap Charles Route," to "and Irom all points 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 information apply to Ticket Agents, or to W. H. Ram seur, city ticket aeent, 23 South Try on St., Charlotte; B. A.Newland, Oen. Agent Pas. Dept 6 Kimball House, Atlanta, Qa.; Geo. McP. Battle, Tray. Pass. Agent, Charlotte, N. C. M'liTIlTCII Sc CO E fc T.John, Vice President & Gen. Manager. a. w. li. ulovkh, Tramc Manager, V. E. McBee. General Superintendent. T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent General Offices, Portsmouth, Va. May 6 SOUTHERN RAILWAY RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND NORTH CAROLINA D1VI8ION. Schedule in Effect Jan. 18 1897. This Condensed Schedule is published as in formation only and is subject to change without notice to tbe public. TRAINS LEAVE CHARLOTTE. 10:55 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line division, and all pointa South and Southwest. Carries through Pullman 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 lanta, 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, res tibuled coach between Washington and Atlanta. 12:20 p m No 11 daily, for Atlanta, and all points South. Solid train, Richmond to Atlanta Pullman sleeping car, Richmond to Greensboro . 11:00 r. m No. 35. daily, for Augusta, Savannah, Rock Hill, Chester, Columbia and Jacksonville. Carries through Pall man drawing room bnflet sleeper between New York, Savannah and Jacksonville. Also Pullman sleeper, Charlotte to Aag -usta 0:35 a m No 37, daily, for Colambla Charlotte N. C. where vouwill find a full stock of our goods, and 0 c & a local station.. , - 1 l and Southwestern vestibuled limited lor us-ui- TrT.-T.nQ ttt wtTti cnnrMesTfYM The charlotte News is having new "p i)TIV from them will be the same as buying irom linotype machines put in. ihe lNews 1 J - keeps up with the procession. ureens boro Telegram. rect. Get the best buggy, the "Rock Hill" buggy, made in It prevents them, too. Take it, as von oueht. when you feel the first There will bea picnic at Mt. Zion 8vmDfoms Hanenor. l03S of appetite, rhnrch near uav usuu vuncgc, 1 ,- . - . N Ilium.!. "cal . . . . 1 ..1 Unaa HAnvoeamnl onrl Tfnn l I fiqva morrow. There will ne a numoer ui uunucoo, ucpoiuu; buu jv .v speakers present to discuss the educa- yourself from BOmething SerioUS. In tional question. On Thursaay ine et- T ,. needed flesh nnd A long procession of diseases start t tt-ii q 0 Remembwr its a "ROCK UILL" BuV, not from a torpid liver and impure 7 blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures every one of them some other brand. erans nave .w...--. ------ - j . :r j Bethel. All veterans in tne county aie strengin, anu 10 puriiy aiiu. ui:tu invited to attena tnis reunion anu ch irrr a riav nf rpst and recreation, and listen to speecnes their comrades. tvi n M. fitinson. of Crab Orchard. showed the News some pretty nuggets the blood, notbins can equal the and war tales by "Discovery," it invigorates tne liver and kidneys, promotes all the bodily functions and brings back health and vigor. or dyspepsia, ROCK HILL BUGGY CO. ' Rock Hill, SC. S. S. M'NINCH & Co., Agents Charlotte, N. C. SnOW CU UlC JK-w.rf oc; " I - , - . ... " - j e nicked ud on his "liver comDlamt." biliousness, ana w..w - , - .1. 1 z: ' - . ' . . - farm. They are ncn sprameu. iu.. ..ofn 8km ana scalD U18- Stinson has louna a numu i " e, a. ia tua nnin romoAv fU-k Hl iggets from time to time ana wey 1 ccw, -j ."v.j J. W- WADSWORTH'S SONS. inriipstp the nresence of consiaeraDie gold deposits on his land. benefit or cure, in every case. Our Hat is Off. North Car nn;ts urst yugr-in i .nr 01 t.. XT, t.ai,, ii flt.i,i i Ed. E. Hunt, of IBB curiutw; is uukhiik IVIUli JiJvc t""- " . I . 1 ., , Li T - J I Asheville. He will first go to oeai ut., al rg ana It nas arigOC IO. lDueeu, the exigencies of the uuiei and Uie wesh. Tf he finds it lmpracucauic i n.ake the trip from there at mis time he will remain in Seattle and go to the gold fields next Spring. The First National bank of Asheville v.a f-inaerJ its doors. Owme to the in- aZ.1 purchase the type setting le UU1S UK uann " e - t . . - T T J ry liquidation. The last statement i macnines wmcu were uoeu. m vuc made on May 14th showed loans and jalejnrh. Tribune office. The NEWS discounts 3us,2o.-i; overunuis, 1 i j r ila A 323.23; deposits! $76,859.85; capital stock, is already one of the liveliest and University of California most magmnceni g stone, in the world. BITTEN BY A COPPER-HEAD.f FnrmM Representative J. 1 Gubbs, my yi i,,,iiiTTra -nf I . xr-o-t Vt wiiintv. Was mostmagmm 6.vr - , -" " MhIoii finnk which crawled into his house while he was 1 TtEV'UND KI GUDDGER. Gudger, Gudger, Tireless trudger-- ;:. :' Full of "get-mv Never let tip . - i. Till they sent him - -' t ' . To content him 'Crost the water, :: -- Like they orterl Now they . cry: . Y - . "Here's to you, Kl! -TCnni yer p'ison-f-corn or rye. ,. --':. -Frnki. Stanton in the Constitution. TAXES RAISEp. JAIL DOOR OPEN. Increase your taxes and then jail you if vou can't pay them is one of the fruits of fuslom Let those who danced now pay the fiddler.-FraakUn Times. nsleen. He got up aunng tne , nigni iil stpnned on' the reptile. . ' - Concord Standard: Mrs. J. L. Boger and children have gone to Charlotte tn-visit Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Boger's nAnrn Record: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Clinard and family, of Char intte v. c. are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Smbith, on North Davie street. : : r : . -. i. i. -.: ?. I IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NEWS The Charlotte News has put in type- eomnir mnrhines. With improved lino- tvno machines ana local eaitor. jwm Wilbur Jenkins, the News is to be con- p-ra filiated on having a strong team for getting up a live paper. Charlotte 1 People's Paper. . tJJ.ij m,m dcuiauds of its patrons make it necessary. The last stroke of enter prise on the part of Mr. W. C. Dowd, the editor and proprietor, $100,000; surplus, $20,000. ' Something to remember, if you're a weak -and ailing -woman tha there's only one medicine so sure to help you that it was for years , soia under a positive guarantee. It's Doctor Pierce's Favorite 1 Prescrip tion. In building : up overworked, feeble, delicate women, or in any most progressive afternoon papers in the btate and when it gets its Mergenthalerlinotype :macbines at work it will be one of the neatest in appearance -s : . well. nenaerson Gold Leaf. 1 O ! . No More Picture in Packses. , Durham ; is complaining because "female complaint" weakness, it the tariff bill just passed, inserted a fail fn r.pnfit or cure. If s I clause prohibitine the use orNpic an invijroratincr. restorative tonic a tures, gift coupons, eta. in cigareite -O . --I.sj.i . 1 : TT il soothing and strengthening nervine, ana rooacco pac.agea. nere is iue or nerve food, and a safe and certain provision; "Nor shall there be af- rATnw.vfnr wotnftTi'a ills and ail- nxea to, or Drauaea, or stampea, J . . T xl. 1 ri.i mpnts. -lt rei?ulates;Ana,Promoies rinart-eu, wntueu orprmieu uiwu bjuu all the proper functions, "improves" packages of smoking tobacco, fine-rliirMtion- enriches the blood, dispels cut chewing tobacco, or cigarettes, or ? . - . . - -- - r i: I L : - i. 4- .--:-.- .t M aches and pains, o rings reirraaiug 1 m-u wuicu uj pru-uioc ui, . sleep, and restores health and any order certificate for, any gift. Strength - icimuui) i-juicu. w icwwu. LOW PRICES ON" WAGONS AND BUGGIES. Between now and November 1st we will sell off an immense stock of Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc., And in order to do so we are going to make prices lower than . .they have ever been on the same class of work. WE HAVE FIRST CLASS GOODS Washineton and all Doints North, throteh P .man Memphis to New York; 2fw .eans to New York; Tampa to Nw ork. Also carries vestibuled coach and finning car. . 8:50 a m No 86 daily, for Wash 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 23 daily, for Columbia and all local stations between Charlotte and Columbia. 6:40 p m No 12, dally, for Richmond, Raleigh. Goldsboro and all points North. ' Carries Pullman sleeping car from Greens boro to Richmond. Connects t Greens boro with train carrying Pcllma car for Raleigh. 4:30 tt m No. 62. dailr excent Ban- day. Freight and passenger for States- . ville and local stations. 9.05 a m No 16, daily, except Sunday for Btatesville and Taylorsville and loon stations. , Trains arrive at Charlotte : 9:25 ami . 12:00 m V FROM THE NORTH. 10:40 pm j . 8:33 ami 6:20 p m V FROM ATLANTA. 8:20 pm j 8-20 pm PR0M AUGUSTA 8.15 p m I FROM COLUMBIA. 4:00 J FROM STATESVILLE. Daily except Sunday. All freight trains carry passengers. J. M. GULP, Traffic Manager. W. A TURK, Gen. Pass. Afent, Washington, DO W II GRISEN, Gen'l Superintendent Washington, DO. S, B. HARD WICK, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Ac Atlanta, Ga. ' R.L.VERNON, Traveling Passenger Agent 18 E Trade Street, Charlotte, N. O. 18,1896. Evervthsng in good shape, and if you want to buy a Wagon or Buggy you can save money and get the best by calling on us. Don t consider this to mean that we are groins' out ot busi ness, as we bave no such idea, but ; wi: ABE GOING TO MOVEIOUH STOCK OP VEHICLES ; IN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS. Low Prices are what it takes to do so. if we are not rJgn Come and See J. W. WADSWORTH'S SONS. iiAllE)iCfS Caveat, and Trade-Marks obtained sad all Pa- ent bu-incx-conducted for MoocRATC PECS. ' Own Ornce is OwssiTf u, . ptcwt ornec J and we canwrurc paunt m lem tun liUJX UwacS remote irora wanini;ioa. . r head model, drawing or photo., WUB decnp- tioo. We advne, it patentable or woi, " charge. Out ice not due till patent i tecurM. t - m ..-. - ho to UDMin raiaa. cost 01 Muue in u w. o. a j tent free. Address, iC.A 1 fcKlOV t i.umr.Tna B. C. yaJVfcJVV'''ii'