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THE MEETING AT PROVIDENCE.
One Man So Years Old Converted. t w Road Machine Works Well. ,-., .viondence of the News. l'Ki A'IDENCE, N. C. Aug. 19. llo.v are crops?" "Good." This is just wu.ii is being passed around now UIi, the farmers. , i. ester S. Knox is building a n,u !i--u.e at Davenport, and he will ,,i.Mk in the mercantile business as c,'n :is it is finished. xn right days meeting has just it Downs schoolhouse, conduct- ! ,s Kvangelist W. W. Orr, of Hunt- . N. C. It was one of the best . linHH it has ever been the writer's ;,iir' to attend. About thirty per - , lined the various churches from ). suits of it, and among the num , man eighty years old and oth-i rot far behind. Truly, fathers, t! is, brothers, sisters, husbands ( ! II.' I'!' til' t in .,,1 wives were made to rejoice and ,,, ;,;;.-ss many a long desire has been , ;.,!. ii and many a prayer has been ,, red. To God give all the praise ; . is good work at Downs' school- -sis. Short, B. F. Hangell and Will v . i. ii have the road machine in , .! .i ml are doing some good work on ,,: i.a.ls. Everybody is well pleased .;, tin- machine and its work. The -hip that has failed to purchase ,;, r f these machines will soon find it is -ry much behind in the matter i -,mh1 roads. Ir. Ii. Q. Alexander's handsome . riiing is completed, and the doctor justly be proud of it. For a good, o.Tifciitable house to dwell in is a ,-ure beyond measure. W. R. G. CAimMNA CURIOSITIES, i. S. J. (linnings has a sunflowei ' as larg as a man's leg, twelve high and has 52 flowers on it. he-its the record. Wilkesboro Hide. X. M. McK. Buie, of Oakland i : 'I: f. 'I'M ( 'i,l M i t. nsliip. has presented the Record's is, iiiii with the skin of a snake over w ii f-t long. Chatham Record. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The beat salve in the world lot Cut. P irHf-H, S'nei. Tetter, Ohapp .kin Kniptionn an't poaiivcy lire l'.li's or no pay vequued. It n uu ti Hiiteed to give perfect uttafac tinri or money reTnticieri fv.a z& t. or box. For sale hy lut well A I wholesale whI retail 'I'Ci'.ASritY'S ESTIMATED LOSS. ii Treasury Department estimates 1 i I he loss of revenue to the goverru i , . i hy anticipatory importations (in il., four months preceding the pas el' the tariff law was $:J2,G6K,427. i mm average duty rate under the Din f. I' y tariff ac t is 54.60 per cent, ad va : , i:: as compared with 40.10 per cent valorem under the Wilson law. I'ineville Circuit A oin t ment.H. Ila rison 1st hikI 3rd Su.-dis, II n in . -miday school at 10a. in., V. E. Cun ri-itili'iiu, snpt evi U 2nd und 41i Sundays 11 in , Sunday school t 10 m 3 p m , .ln A. V'lin ts su, erititeMi;ent. M ivin 1st and 3rd n-dms 3 p v .ii ,.! y s ho l Ht 10 ii in and 1 .30 p m (o n VV Suiton, s-'i'i 'iron 2nd v d 4M1 Stimla.'-. 3 p. ni u .i.iysdiool i0 11. m nt;d I 50 p, ni ( Ii is .M. Camtdx-ll, ph. i Tims '-V w'Mun P. C CAN'T OET THEIR MONEY. The Asheville Citizen says there is much complaint by certain officials be cause they cannot collect funds due them by the county. County attor- ii' Kl vitHIHel' Miji- iK'-.v . hi. ,a.... si .en as possible. The Republican l.ariy is in control in Buncombe coun ts. lined in Oeriuany. (l.) se Grease bus been used in Geimn f ir tlioiisf.mls of vears for fihei mitiMn Ni 11 r .lijia, m, rains, br ii-cs. tto . a-d tou tub- h mhos' re i ible reined v known. Ai win? I under gu ir t;!' I it doe- y 1 n iin'n (1 t.k it back v. your druguis bd jret v ur n; n-y Made only by ()cn-Cria-e Liniment Co., Grein b-ro. 1.. i' Anr 10-ly OIIU.S and'mothers. When a girl is sixteen she deserts her mother, but when she is twenty-six and lias discovered that the ilatlery of sweethearts and friends is all dead ashes, she goes back to her mother, ami the two are firm friends until death separates them. Roseleaf. When IUIiy was nick, we gave Vr rvstorla. When shu was a Child, -' cried fc l .'asioria. When sln became V.k, she chmg to dstoria. When shu had Chi'Jrn.sho gave them Castoria. A MENTION FOR MARION. The Ottawa. (Kansas), Times, a l'opnlist paper places the name of Senator Marion Butler under Bryan f..r president in 1!)0. The paper con gratulates Butler for holding down Watson aand Vanderford. Goose Grease. Goose Grease Liniment will cure von ! R' emnatisin. neuralgia, toothache !'.' ache, pni in sides or ba k, and m ii.ct every pain you have If it does not do tliit lake the bottle b tck to your druggist ami get your mot ey. Sold by all drug gists Apr 10 ly SAM 10 OLD SIGN. Although Coxey has been nominated fui got-Mior of Ohio we fear when it . ..mes to the election he will be again confronted by the old familial sign. Keep Off the Grass!" Chicago Post. ripe When you take Rood's Tills. The Dig, oia-tasn-loned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to pieces, are not in it with Hood's. Fasy to take and easy to operate, is true of Hood's Pills, which are up to date in every respect. Safe, certain and sure. All druKKists. 25c. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Ma9. The only Fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. T. I.. ELLIOTT. Mnmimcstol Works. Granite Monumen's a Spec Hy -AGENTS FOR IKON FENCES No.335 W. Trade Street, Cb ailotte, . Scientific American t Agency tor CAVE ..TS. TRADE MARKS I CESICM PATENTS, & r COPYRICHTS, etc.1 For Information nn.t froo I,'1,1'KC ":ri, K very ratent talu-n out by v. .1 ro mrt-t b.re tli iu'...le hy a uotico given free otcUar,o in mo Lai circulation of nny Fotentifl latv-r in t! 3 .1. sulemliuly Illustrated, '""''ffi'1 ma xhould be without 1U Week v. 3. OOa yeitti 1.50 six months. Ad.twss, JUlNS CO. H'joutaii. 361 Broadway. Zew r City. ruO Pills happenings in the states. phtearlCal m,aaeers in New York expect the coming season to be the buCsSinesrsSPerOUS known for years ir the c Miss Mary B. Chapman and United fef benat0 Hansbrough, of North Dakota, were married in 'New York. Buyers for large stores have form in New rYoTKZaLtln' WUh heado-uarters Ernest C. Waters, of Portsmouth, a was found nearly dead from lack of food and is being cared for in New John H. Schelhle, who had auarrel- if IUS Wlle as to whether hf should attend his father's funeral ot she her brother's, shot and killed him self. ;havlea Roselle, an expert bicyclist, died from injuries received while en deavoring to keep from running down a little boy in Brooklyn. Richard Croker will not lead the Tammany organization in the Greater JS.ew York campaign this fall. Pittsburg's striking coalminers are anxiously awaiting Judge Collier's de cision to-day concerning the injunction against them. The men are much de pressed. The Canadian government has de termined to collect a royalty of from 10 to 20 per cent on gold mined in the Klondike region. Mrs. Scruggs, wife of Col. W. L Scruggs, formerly United States minis ter to enezuela, was seriously injured by falling from a train. Three venturesome bathers were drowned ir. the surf at Atlantic City a day or two ago. Pats invaded the house of Alonzo t errrll. near Hushhy, Iowa, and Ferrell and his son killed 63. William McKeon, a 16-year-old hi cypliPt. was killed by an ice wagon while ruling in New York. A century plant is in full bloom at the residence of Horticulturist John Condon, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Bridget Mullen a servent, while be ing questioned sharply about a bur glary at Klmira. N. Y.. died of fright. William Miller tried to force his way into Clarke's circus at Cumber land Gap, Tenn., and was killed by the proprietor's son. Harold Mosley, aged 15. son of a railway superintendent of Kansas City. Mo., was lynched near Chamberino, N. M., by Mexicans. The British steamship Circassian Prince, reports having seen a flock of stormy petrels feasting on a whale's carcass in mid-ocean. While attempting to prevent a small cannon from falling overboard on the steam yacht Enquirer, at Buffalo. N. Y.. Salor Edward Smith was shot and killed. NOTES FRO M WASH1NOTON. The Illinois Republican Club, of Washington, disgusted with McKinley's patronage policy, will disband. Archbishop Keane has arrived in Washington. He says there are no fac tions in the Catholic church. The statement of the condition of the Treasury shows: Available cash bal ance $225,540,021: gold reserve, $141,698, 907. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, has re turneil to Washington from a brief va cation. He will take part in the Ohio p mnaign. The Canadian government has pro nosed to the United States a scheme of co-operation to establish telegraphic communication with the Klondike. Much depends on Mr. McKenna's construction of the tariff clause re--Trding discriminating duties. The '.ataman Pacific is deeply interested. There will be but one regular naval engineer on the torpedo boat flotilla. Commander .T. C. Moronr. XT. S. N.. having reached the age limit, was yes terday retired. v finders havo been pnt In the White House to support the office seekers who crowd about the Presi- oenr s omce door. Pomptro'ler Eckels has concluded to rpmnin in oCno a n,1 v.nD -c.e. residency of the Colonial Trust Com pany. There were 40.169 applications for -ensions in the month of June. A reduction of tariff duties on French imports under the reciprocity clause of the Dingley act would amount to less than $1,000,000 on a year's imports. The internal revenue receipts for July were $19.472.46S. an increase of f5 213.976 over the same month of 1.896. Assistant Secretary of the Navy uoosevelt will accompany the North ACintie squadron on its evolutions. The coast survey will publish in a few days a map of the Klondike gold region. The fur seal islands of the Pribvloff group in Bering sea are being surveyed by United States engineers. In the departmental competitive ex amination for the position of chief law clerk to the comptroller of the treasury, the highest rating was made by Mr. W. W Warlick, of Ohio, a Dem ocrat, and he was given the appoint ment. Bids for supplying the government with over two billion postal cards were opened at the Postoffice Department. The lowest bidder was Albert Dag gett, of Washington. , The available military fore? at Nia . gara will act as President McKinley's escort at the Buffalo Orand Army en campment. IN THE SOUTHERN STATES. Rev. George Lomax, a colored minis ter, has disappeared from Norfolk county and some church money is miss ing. Gen. James B. Field, who pfesided over the recent State convention of the people's party, says the nomina tion of Captain Cocke for Lieutenant Governor will -be adhered to. and that thore will be no future offer of co-op eration with the Democrats. At a meeting of the State Farmers' Alliance in Richmond amendments in tpmlpii to r.ut the order on a better footing were adopted. Tiev. H. H Iturgoyne, of Hulings, Tucker county, W. Va., was stoned to Hontv. l.v two brothers. Coleman ana i.puis Pitzer. The State committee of Virginia Re miiiiimns met at Lynchburg to con sider charges of inefficiency against its chairman, Col. William LaraD. aq rtvpMAN SEES THINGS. v- npvpr knew a loafer who did -,-a a i.,t nf rights coming to Il.il iiair - " - A part of every man's training for old age should be a cultivation of the game of solitaire. a u-nnvan riopsn't really know what -;fi,.i.rr. i until she gets married nn,i irncs to visit her husband's kin. Why don't turnips and beets ever .i!o-r0a with nponle? No one likes turnios and beets, anyway. It is noticeable when two men are eating peanuts the man who bought .hm olu-flvs eats the fastest. Another Atchison girl with cut glass . n l . ... c hoc liec-ome entraerea to a mi- i ti in"- nip vosng man. WhQt v i' ol trick it is for a country dog to follow his master's wagon to town on a hot day when he might have remained at home in the shade. Atchison Globe. AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS. At Salisbury a wagon factory is to be established soon. " Rev. T. A. Smoot has resigned his position as head master oi huikj high school, and will devote his time to ministerial work. Auditing Clerk J. S. Calvertof the woctorn Union Telegraph Company, v,o' roonvorpfl the grip containing im portant papers lost by him on the train a few days ago. Saiishnrv World says two ir- rin. raDltalists are to establish large wood works at that place. Mr. Avery Cashion was killed at a "v.iii in Rmke county, a plank fl..ior striking him on the head and fracturing nis skuii. covivriTON MAY HOLD ON. A correspondent of the News, and Observer says: "It is reported that Air r. A. Covington, of Monroe, as- cumnt district attorney for Western North Carolina, was re-commissioned last year and is now protected by the civil service and will hold the office Indefinitely. The matter will be inves tigated bv Mr. Covington, ir xne re port is true, it means that fepencer i?iarkhnrn will have to look for an other job If he is bound to serve Un cle Sam as a remuneration for past political aervice.- he RECRUITING GROUND Why the Couutry Furnishes the Brain and Brawn for the City. From the Atiania Constitution. liugh x. inraan made a very sug gestive remark to a Constitution cor respondent the other day. "it is from the country," he said, "that- we must get our men of staiwart form and clear orain. lor it is in the struggle with na ture that such development comes." The essential truth of this statement manifests itself in every community. The most successful men in every waiK of life are those who received the rudi .nents of their education on the farm, i'his fact is so apparent that it has oeen the subject of inquiry by many learned writers, who, as might be sup posed, reach different conclusions on the subject. Some say that the success of country reared young men is due to the stami na they derive from labor on the farm; and yet it is a notorious fact that dur ing the recent war - town-bred men could and did undergo more hardships with less loss of energy than those reared in the country. Consequently the theory of stamina brawn and muscle will have to be abandoned and the secret sought for elsewhere. 1 he training that a boy receives on the farm is essentially different from that which is imparted by any other pursuit. It involves a certain degree of loneliness and isolation, and these are most fruitful. The lack of human companionship does not involve stag nation of the mind. On the contrary, reflection becomes active. Companion ship with nature begets problems which the mind is free to follow out to a philosophical conclusion. L.et it not be supposed that contact of mind with mind is necessary to bring our mental faculties to maturity. The real education, the real culture, which gives consistency to life and con duct is to be found in that isolation which gives a young man an opportu nity to contemplate the problems which are to be found at the heart of na ture. It is reflection that gives origi nality to the mind, and it is reflection which gives to men who are ignorant of books those qualities of mind which manifest themselves in what is called character. It thus happens that when a young man from the farm seeks his fortune in the city, he brings to the quest a mind matured by companionship with the forces of nature. He has solved to his own satisfaction problems that the city-bred youth has never thought of. He already has a philosophy of life, which, crude thought it may be. is suf ficient for its purpose. He brings to the quest qualities of adaptiveness that the city-bred youth is a stranger to. Communion with na ture has disciplined his mind, and the life of freedom thnt has been his ha disciplined h! bodv. He is able to lira ot ice the most riaid economy. As he has seen nature store her forces, he i"? able to store his. and he possesses the foresisht tht boir-njr to those who ow In the spring that they mav r in the fall, and who save in the fall that which they hope to enjoy during the non-product ive sensons. The whole theory of life and business is to be studied on the farm, and the ant and ambitious young man finds his experience there ns profitable as a course at a university. Since the foun dation of the world the farm is and has been the alma mater of those who lvive won the highest fame sages, statesmen, founders of empires and re publics, philanthropists and patriots. The elements that are absorbed un consciously by those who are-raised on the farm are the elements that make for success in life. The young man who has never been brought In familiar and dailv contact with these has something lacking in his mind and character that cr nsoiously by hose who are raised on not buy. So true is this that the Con stitution heartily regrets that every bov cannot have an opportunity of sj ending the earlv years of his life on a farm, subjected strictly to its disci pline and economy, while enjoying that nothing else can take the place. THE COTTON TRUST. From the Baltimore Sun. The new cotton trust is causing the New Orleans Times-Democrat much anxiety. A process for baling cotton in cylindrical bales, known as the Bes sonette process, has been patented and the patent is owned by the American Cotton Company. The company is said to be a child of the sugar trust. It has established its presses at a small town in Mississippi, on the river, and our New Orleans contemporary is alarmed lest this patent shall give the company control of the cotton crop of the south, just as the cottonseed oil trust got the cotton seed upon its own terms. The reason of this alarm is that the new baling process possesses such advantages over the prevailing method that finally cotton will not be readily marketable unless baled by the Bessonette process. Should this come to pass, the fears of the Times-Demo crat may be realized. It suggests that to provide against future abuses of power the new company should be muzzled before it becomes too powerful to attack. Recent experience in the senate and in the legislatures of many States teaches us that the -rich trust exercises a power which is as myste rious as it is potent. WHAT MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED. What is that bolt of lightning which so interested l-resident AlcKinley and Vice President Hobart at Lake Cham- plain the other day, had happened to hit those two gentlemen and suddenly terminate their earthly careers as lightning can do? Then John Sherman would have been a the head of the government, and those who are fig uring for his place would have done some thinking almost as quick as the lightning. Hartford Courant. PLENTY OF LAWYERS. Governor Russell has recently em ployed another lawyer to help fight the North Carolina railroad lease, Mr. W. C. Douglass, the News and Observer says, in addition to tne attorney gen- oral, the following attorneys are now representing the State in this suit: Judge A. C. Avery, Judge James TS. Shepherd. Judge James C. McRae, Messrs. W. H. Day. Philip vv. Averiti, Charles A. Cook and W. C. Douglass. r JOKE ON THE TURKEY TOO. One day last week Walter Lee while cleaning his bicycle, laid the balls carefully aside and resumed his clean ing, hearing something continuan tapping away just behind him, he looked around just in time to see his mother's large turkey gobbler swallowing the last of them. Golds- boro Argus. ALL HAPPY. Gold bugs, silver bugs and straddle bugs all join in the hope that General Prosperity has finally emerged from the Chiicoot pass of adversity and is now striking out the best of claims in the Klondike of national wealth and happiness. Springfield Republican. 1 ".RlVflERED MAN FOR KLON DI K K. Gaston county will be represented at T.rinrwiike. Mr. .T.Mi C. i if nte tae twelve-fingered man is preparing, we learn, to go to Klondike gold fields and expects to leave in a few days. Lincoln Journal. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- erv is -a remarKaoie remeuy. n imrn diseases in a perfectly natural way, I without the use of strong drugs, it cures by helping Nature. It has a pe culiar tonic effect on tne lining mem beranes sof the stomach and bowel. By putting these membranes into heal thy conditions, stimulating the sections of the various digestive juices and furnishing to the blood the proper pu rifying properties, it reaches out over the whole body and drives disease germs before it into the usual excre tory channels. It builds up nrm. muscular flesh, makes the sKin and the eyes bright. Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery has been found wonderfully efficacious in the treat ment of skin diseases eczema, teiier. erysipelis. salt-rheum from common pimples or blotches to the worst case of scrofula. Wise men know it is folly to build imon nior foundation. Relief obtained by deadening symptoms is snoru Hood's Sarsaparilla cures and gives lasting health. Hood Pills cures nausea. sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. All druggists. Z&c . -. HarCoHe Dcntocral, (SharloHe, GENERAL NEWS OF IN1E8EST. All the prisoners, inclvfling . Mur derer Edwin Brown, hav escaped from the Ritch County Jail at Harris ville, W. Ya. ! While trying to extinguish a fire at Melrose Highlands, Mass., George H. Darling was killed by a falling chimney. ! A thousand applicants presented themselves yesterday to be eximined for inspectorships at New Tiork city's coming election. j New York's Secretary of ' State, Palmer, has dismissed his second as sistant. J. H. B. MongLn. for f issist lng too much authority in of)e." Dr. Tolfil S. Lawcynski. aj Polish nobleman, is lying at, the Mery Hos pital, Chicago, 111., slowly recovering from a dose of laudanum taken with suicidal intent. Annie Daley, a pretty young bru nette, lost her reason at St fouis in an attempt to commit the Bible to memory. Drunken men, engaged in a fight in Mrs. Mary Cambridge's salon at Flushing. L. I., were fired upon by the landlady, who fatally jvounded James Cleary and shot Thomis Caley in the leg. 1 George H. Darling, of Melrose Highlands. Mass., was killed by a falling chimney at a fire. Hugo Wesendock, Presidett of the Germania Life Insurance Conpany, of New York, and founder, has tendered his resignation, owing to ill health. The unknown man drowned at At lantic City Sunday, whose Ijody has nt yet been recovered, is supposed to have been Norris Montgomery, ot Philadelphia. ' The American Palace Car Compa ny, of Jersey City-, has filed with the Secretary of State a certificate of the increase of its capital stock from $10, 000 to $15,000,000. In the case of John Waltz, charged with the murder of Jacob Lemon, in Forest City, Pa., the jury has rendered a verdict of murder in the second de gree. The trial consumed a week. The movement toward the estab bishment of an independent church in San Francisco and the expressed wish that the Rev. William Rader should accept a call to the pulpit has excited considerable interest. At Chicago Vincent Sysjka was fatally shot by Joseph Boodzyk. his unsuccessful rival for the harM of fourten-year-old Bronislarz Kuzarek. while the two men with o her ac- naintances. were at tne young worn n's home, making arrangements for the marriage. Storms around Pueblo. Colo., have damaged railroads northwest and south. Twenty miles north of Pueblo hail fell in great quantities,- and drift ed to a depth of three feet in some places. The Society of American Florists is in session at Providence. R. I. The Union Veterans' Union mem bership is assembling at Springfield, Ohio, for its convention, beginning to day. A dynamite bomb was found in the door of A. H. Brown, of Harper, Kan., who had been warned by. the "Joint Crusaders." The Young People's Christian Un ion of the United Presbyterian church, is holding its convention at Indianapo lis, Ind. The Yellow Jacket Gold Mining Com pany's plant and claims at Salmon, Idaho, have been sold under an ex emption for $175,000. Archbishop Purcell's defaulting as signee, John B. Mannix, who is practic ing law at San Diego, Cal., says he did all in his power to make restitution to creilitnrB of the archbishop. --A Chicago Pole shot his rival in love, a fellow-countryman, fatally. Miss Minnie Gibb, of Brooklyn.N. Y., will marry the Count de Moy, or Pnrk Franrp. Henry Savage, the inventor of the Savage repeating rille. 'predicts v.ar be tween Guatemala and Mexico. A skeleton of an Indian, who must have been seven feet tall, was dug up ..ri.rbmnti tn Burlington, lowa. A farmer nving near vmiiai-f-i Ind., was going to the Klondike, but he has struck oil and will stay at home. Another French detachment was rofontiv surprised near Dobie. in the Kmidan. bv the insurgent Taureges; who were subsequently routed by the French troops. The Duke and Duchess of York and their suites have started from Holy head for Ireland. The Peruvian government has or dered the banks of Pen to withdraw from circulation within thirty days and o stop the further emission of circular hecks pavable to bearer, which are classed as being nothing more nor less than bank notes in disguise. The Czar yesterday received at the Fetevhof palace a number of distin guished phvsicians. inclining the American delegates who are cn" their v,av to the internatirin"1 o.-Tess of med'eine which is to be hehl at Mos cow. When the Amene-nn sien-er Ohio with a rnrtv of oi"-U't"5 enured Rn- siin waferR it r"et the Oorrin squad- rcn nccnmnrving T7'---ipe'-'1" William The Oh;o pp'uted pt1 the h-nd of the "ormjjp imperial nrn. Hohenzollern. replied by r'nyirt "Yankee Doodle," which was greeted with frantic cheers from the tourists, Emperor William, in his dispatch to King Humbert congratulating the latter upon the result of the duel be tween the Count of Turin and Prince Henri of Orleans, in defense of the honor of the Italian Army, used the following expressions: "I am no friend of dueling. But an officer must defend his military honor to the last drop of blood. P'ive women have been enrolled by the New York College of Veterinary Surgeons with a view of taking a reg ular course in the institution and grad uating therefi era. The Citizens' Union of New York, which is in favor of the nomination of Seth Low for mayor, will, it is said, ig nore the efforts of the Republican coun ty committee to secure a conference of anli-Tammany oi gamzations. Thomas Hussey, an old man of Mont gomery, Ala., in whose boots tne rsiew York police found bonds, stocks and money to the amount of $r0,000, which he thought had been stolen from him, was given in charge of a niece, The statue of liberty, on Bedloe s Island, in New York harbor, which has changed its color, is to be cleaned, The need of currency legislation was considered in addresses by Colonel Branch and Comptroller Eckels before the American Bankers' Association, at Detroit The British Association for the Advancement of Science began its gathering in Toronto. Ont. The National Temperance Associa tion is in session at Saratoga, N. Y The third annual meeting of the Botanical Soc iety of America .is in ses sion at Toronto, Ont. T. v hnnirlinp- wnrlr in raisin? 42 bills to $20 A. M. Munchow has been arrested at Jacksonville, Fla. Falling 150 feet down a mine shaft at Suffolk, Schuylkill county, Frnk Yokatis sustained injuries from which he died seen after Mrs. H. A. McKillip. of Blooms- burg. wjfi of the newly-elected Co lumbia ci uiity Republican chairman, was thrown from a carriage and badly cut about the head. Max Wiley, a clerk for Bernheim Bros., whiskey merchants, was fatally shot yesterday at Louisville, Ky.. by J. C. Kouwenbergh, a gauger, the re sult of an old grudge. -According to the official reports the cereal crop prospects in tire Argentine are excellent. The Porte, alarmed at the state of anarchy which exists in Turkish Kurdistan, has ordered a general mobilization in the Vilayet of Bagdad and other Eastern vilayets on the Per sian frontier. The Turkish government has is sued a denial of the alleged under standing said to exist between the Porte and the Ameer of Afghanistan to foment an insurrection in India by preaching through the fanatical priests a holy war, or Jehad, against British rule in India. Murad Bey, former Imperial Com missioner of the Couneil of the Public Debt, and now the leader of the Young Turks, who fled from Constantinoule in the latter part of 1895, and made his way to Russia, has been pardoned by the Sultan and has returned to Con stantinople. Captain Whitman, of the schooner Olive Pecker, with his mate, William Sanders, were murdered by the crew in the South Atlantic and the schooner destroyed by fir. CANDIDATES AT BENNETTSYILLL McLaurln Still L.iablc to Enter the Carnpa-'gn. The Largest Meeting of the Campaign. Still confined to his bed from the physical collapse whiche he suffered at I Yorkville, Senator McLaurin was again j unable yesterday to face his opponents on the stump in his home courity, at Bennettsvlle. The absent senator was touchingly remembered by a number of handsome bouquets for him being .sent to the stand. The crowd which as sembled numbered, about 800. They .isitned quietly and as quietly left when ue speaking was oyer. Mr. Evans exprested his gratification that so many were present, and tooit it to indicate that the -people were awak ening to the real issue of this cam paign. He did not believe that ani mosity or county pride would cause the voters to forget that Democratic prin ciples were at stake. It was not his intention to strike McLaurin except on his public utterances. He desired to conuuet the campaign fajrly and hon estly, but he did not think his mouth should be estopped while one of his opponents lay sick in bed. Especially should he have the right of speech, as ihat sick opponent was having circu lars and copies of a Yorkville paper containing the supposed speech of Mr. McLaurin at that place. In speaking in McLaurin's absence he was at the dis advantage of having to read from his speeches and of showing up their fal lacies. Col. Iiby was introduced as the un conquerable leader of reform in 1890 and 1S92." He spoke with more man his accustomed tire and vigor. I am not the man," he began, to strike a sick or fallen foe." He prayed God that McLaurin would be restored to health and vigor in time to meet him once more on the stump. Then, and only until then, would he assail him. 1 had rather be defeated ten mou- sand times than to know I had been elected by striking the sick. kav plause.) "McLaurin. if possible, should return tr. t,P. stumrj. but if he can't return, I say he either ought to withdraw from this race or send liovernor r-nei c Kllerbe? Because he, above all other men, is responsible for the j)ol;tical status of affairs in this State, and if he comes I'll take care of him. KEEP IT CIRCULATING. The Rockbridge County News, a . . , ... ....... n t a TrlA verv sensime newsyapci, j.w.v- following editorial: . Every farmer wno nas muoicu i. his fields and has harvested gooa crops has gone far to help along the cause of prosperity, which every one desires, and the industrious ana piuucut uc- . , i . .-. 1 ,1 Vila f rAr.C serve, isui wnen n im um ni he has only partly done his share toward helping these conditions, if he holds his money, provided at the same time he owes any dents. ine useim dollar is -the dollar tnat circuities. Those who wish good business condi tions should keep on the move what- monev reaches their nanus. xi more people kept this in mind and so h rcharee of the stateT' oon as thev received a dollar paid up V". pu m cna-rge of the State farms M sman debts, or big debts, if they Pter Hughes. T. could, that money would in all likeli- -rCsk5 . W' h Di?on' J' J' Wood hood be quickly spent by the man who na P- Reinhardt. They served no received it and help to keep the wheels tlce tnat all Democrats in the employ of trade moving and business lively, of the penitentiary must vacate their . . i , i. : V. : 1 1 . rtfTineo CanlntnlA. i ine man wno promptly pays m i is putting money in circulation that win iii.iii ci. iij nc-ip liht iicifeuiivi wic,. owes him to pay the bill to him. The full-handed man who has no debts and no pressing demands that call for ex- penditures, can best help business by putting his money in bank. There it is I more safe than anywhere else, and the bank, which, in taking care of it, is do ne him a service, will add his money to its loanable funds and he in a better condition to lend to reliable business the benefit of others as well as them selves." WILL IT BE SUBMITTED TO? The Greene County Standard is in formed that some of the colored school committeemen lately appointed be cause they are not given the entire con trol of their race's schools are taking selemn oaths to exercise their rights as committeemen, and will visit white schools, suggesting to the teachers and otherwise making full use of their priv ilege, theirs by the action of the pie hunting and pernicious legislature. Is this one of the great reforms that our Populist friends howled so lustily for four years? It it is it has arrived in a halo of black glory. Call out the faith ful and let them rejoice as the day of sweet-scented Ephraim is at hand. .tsut let such committeemen beware! Interference with the white schodls and visitations on the part of colored committeemen to white ladies in the school rooms will not be at all toler ated in this county. The cat-o' -bine- tails and tar, feathers and hemp col lars have been ornaments that men have worn for less "virtues" than this unwarranted assumption on the part of these officious and brazen commit teemen. We say to the Standard that the ne groes are not alone to blame, and their white demagogue leaders should not be forgotten if there is any punish ment to be meted out. We do not think it is right to nut all the blame on the negro, as their white leaders with black I hearts are really more to blame than they are. Oxford Ledger. DINKD IN HIS SHIRT SLEEVES. In Spartanburg yesterday the Her ald relates that at the Windsor Hotel Air. Boyce R. Pollard, candidate for the legislature, walked in and sat down for his meal. Being overeheated he pulled off l.i-s coat and laid it on a chair beside him and finished his re . i o . f r , n . ' ; 1. 1. .... Va ii'.n i.i his bill at the ho' el office, handing Capt. w. ll. unite :.0 cents. He re ceived no chang.. Being accustomed to pay only 25 cents for his meals hertofore, he askcel the reason for the raise in pi ice. He was informed by the propi ietor that he charged him 50 cents for the breach of etiquette in eating with his coat off in the dining room where ladies were. Later in the afternoon Mr. Pollard made necessary arrangements to sue Capt. White for the 25 cents and the case will come up on the 24th. TIMKS CHANGES HANDS. Our neighbor, the Mount Holly Times, has changed bands. Major Pride sold it this week to Mr. B. Gra ham Sandifer. of Mecklenburg, who has already taken charge and will is sue his first number Saturday. The new editor is a brother of the late Col. R. W. Sandifer, and is not without newspaper experience of several years. We welcome him to the guild and to Gaston county. Gastonia Gazette. THE LORD AND NOT M'KINLEY. We rejoice in believing that the business conditions of the country are on the mend, and not because of the taiift law or any other law, out simp ly for the ieason thst our people have been economical and Industrious, ana the Lord has given us good crops. Charity and Children. THE DOOR OF LIFE. The fear of pain and the dangers ot purturiation till many a woman s breast with dismay. There is no rea son why child-birth should be fraught with danger and distress. It is a per fectly natural function, and should be performed in a natural way without undue suffering. Nine out of ten women are troubled more or less by weakness and disease peculiar to their sex. It is so because they do not take proper care of themselves be cause they neglect little ills and little I roje up, and, despite the remonstance Import to-day. It is healthful, pleas precautions A woman in Perfectly cf Stone, took the negro off. They J j nd harmless. It 19 fool- of trial with comparative ease. The thing to do then, is to make all ex pectant mothers healthy to strength en them generally and locally. The medicine and tonic to do it with is Dr. Pierce's Favorte Prescription. It is a powerful invigorant and nervine. It soothes and strengthens the nerves and acts directly on the feminine or ganism In a way which fits it for the proper and regular performance of all its functions at all times. Taken du ring gestation it robs childbirth in its dangers to both mother and child, by preparing the system for delivery, thereby shortening labor, lessening pain and abbreviating the period of confinement, FROM CURRITUCK TO CHEROKEE. The Baltimore Sun states that Rev. Dr. William L. A. Graham, a mission ary to the Indians of Nprth Carolina, preached at Fayette Street Methodist Episcopal church, Baltimore, Sunday. Mr. Samuel" Klutz, of High Point. aged 45, fell dead Monday morning. He expired on his front porch van. oreiia Avery, me negro Kui Tvrpncher. la boldinsr forth in the Greensboro courthouse. It is reported that In several coun ties in the eastern part of the State there is not a dollar in the treasury, and the county scrip does not pass for anything near its value. The Atlantic Coast Line is to buUd nine . miles of railroad in Robeson county, and is also to build a three-mile connection at Wilmington with their new Wilmington Newbein and Nor folk line. Nashville has just completed a tele- phone line to Rocky Mount and is to have a new tobacco warehouse. I ' The Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley railway pays a fireman. McCuison. $2. 500 as a compromise for a strange In jury. He was under the engine, clean ing out the firebox, when another en jine bumped the one he was under. He was dragged over the glowing coals and horribly burned. He sued the road for $5,000 under the new fellow-servant liability law. Corn and meal is being brought into """in caronna rrom other States. The Sanford Ex t .TmM Wo...n.'! I has a calf with neither eyes nor tail It came into the w orld in this shape and is now a calf of some size. Daniel Davis, alias Daniel Webb charged with larceny, rape, Incest and murder. Is said to be lurking near the scene of his crimes In Halifax county. The board of trustees of the Agricul tural and Mechanical College meets to day to. elect professors to fill the va cancies In the faculty caused by the resignation of Professors Craighill and Johnston. The solicitor of the First district asks for evidence to convict the "Lynch ites," the band of sanctificationists al leged to be committing lawless acts in the eastern part of the State. Dr. R. B. Ellis, of Raleigh, is para lyzed. The State Board of Equalization to day completes its work and the officials of the various counties are to be noti fied at once of the changes in valua tion. The total valuation for the State has been increased between one and two million dollars. The Southern railway is buving right-of-way along the line of the proposed Mooresville and Mocksville railway. Dr. Stephen B. Weeks is writing a nisiory or tne common schools of ivorin Carolina. The local school tax was voted by Elijah township. Macon county. " John J. Kornegay, a prominent citi zen of Goldsboro, was found dead in bed yesterday morning. He was 64 years old, a brother of the late W. F Korengay, once president of the North Carolina railroad. The latter died sud denly while at prayers. J. G. Brown, of the Citizens' bank, Raleigh, was elected vice president for North Carolina of the National Bank ers Association. Tlin ..,... C . . r. . . .... uicmuci isu i Jonn c. iancy, the negro politician ..... niaAc ocvciiii soeecnes in the Hanna canvass in Ohio thia fan The county commissioners of and Craven counties who failed to hold a ocai taxation election are t a edited ecuted. Superintendent of Instruction Me bane has issued a letter to county su pervisors of schools cautioning them against paying high prices for text v"Y'K?eign nas auu aogs. A commission has been issued to George L. Morton, of Wilmington, to succeed Lieutenant Winslow as com mander of the North Carolina battalion of Naval Reserves. Albert Russell, colored, is under ar rest at Fayetteville, charged with at tempted rape upon Emma Wright, a deaf negro girl about sixteen years old. Ed. Purvis, charged with the mur der of Fireman Blackwell, waived ex amination at the preliminary trial at Dunn, Harnett county. He has been carried to the Cumberland county jail for safe keeping. The Fayetteville Observer says Lou is Robinson, formerly of that place, now of Florida, has invented a ma chine for printing in colors. Oak Ridge Institute has opened with a fine attendance. A steam laundry is to be establish ed at Concord by W. A. Wilkinson and F. L. Robbins. Concord has a fruit jar famine. Rev. R. L. Patterson, who has many relatives in this section, is very ill with typhoid fever at his -home in Missouri. Sheriff Hoskins, of Guilford, gave the prisoners in his jail a watermelon treat a few days ago. District Attorney Holton tells the rireensboro Telegram that Assistant District - Attorney Covington will not hold over. The silk factory at ureensDoro nas not yet begun operations tw lni i Moss, former Republican postmaster at" Henderson, charged with offering to take a bribe at Henderson, Vance county, bas entered a vT nolo contendere and has resigned from the board of county commissioners, tie was chairman of the board. Winston is to have a tobacco fair, beginning November 1st. . .. t i chinnors of Winston held a meeting yesterday to take action re- garding discriminative freigm raies SOME QUESTIONS. When a Repubican speaker in tne next campaign is asked why he raised the nrino Of SUgar. VVIiai i.. - - ?tlL wh'v he out binding twine on the free list and cotton nagging and ties on the tax list, what Will he sav? When asked why he put common straw matting used by the poor or. the common to-v list when n one oi i i ,auv hie ..nnntrv. what will he say When he finds workmen s w ages no higher after the passage of the Ding ley bill than before, and every manu factured thing the workman must buy higher, what will he say? There will be many more head splitters for him before the next elec tion is over. Durham Sun. i-virsT DISCRIMINATION. crr rf the members of the faculty ms.xi. y ...,!1, JSr t ot trustees of that institution granted a member of the faculty leave of ab .enoe clurine seven weeks of the last au, umn term that he might maKe tie. pubican political speeches in the wect." It appears from this that the ... a. . . . . V. , Va i . t t . I President Andrews because he wrote bookvoring the free coinage ot notn gold ana silver, as uevausc n uu ..v make gold speeches. If he had voted and worked for the Republican par ty doubtless he wouia sim ue ce dent of Brown. tossed HIM OVER THE BLUFF, A negro boy, was discovered in the J'nf Ro.Ttonrat Riooes Bluff Florida on Saturday night. The girl s screams orougni in her brother and father The ; negro at tompieu IV jump ii um tne wnv-vTif t JrrZriv ot eighteen armed men Three of the men picked him up. and taking him to the bluff threw mm Over into the water. HE INVENTED MATCHES The death of Sir Isaac Holden. the inventor of the lucifer match, which was announced from London yester day. invites reflections upon the tar diness of the human intellect in some respects. It seems Incredible that up to a time within the. memory of liv ing men even the most advanced of the human race employed practically the same methods for striking a light that had ben used by primitive men before the beginning of written his. tory! Philadelphia Record. "- ft mm . , 1 J 1 I I I 1 V 'Merit talks" the intrinsic value of Hood's Sarsa carina. Ta Merit in medicine means the power to c :re. Hood" - Ear; - $ - r'.l : p . ses actc al and ur equal vd tn.-.Ts po veraod iher ?ore it has l.o merit. Wiiea J-ou buy Hood'e Sarsaparilla,and tafce it according to directions, to pusify your blood, or cure acy of the raauy blood diseases, you are morally certain to receive benefit. The power to cure i3 there. You are not trying an experiment. It will make your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out the germs of disease, strengthen the nerves and build up the wholesysteni. J Sarsaparilla Is the best, in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Prepared only by C. I. flood & Co.. Lowell, Mass. Hswx4o D:i1. d? not niirjre, pain or ,wu riiw gripe. All drutsrists. 25c NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Airo MECHANIC ARTS, WILL OPEN SEPT. fith, 1897. Thorough academic, scientific and tech nical courses. Experienced Special ists in every department. Expenses per Session. Including Board: For County Students $ 93.00 For all Other Students 123.00 Apply for Catalogue to. ATF XANDEll Q, IIOLLAD Y,LL.DT Raleigh, N. " P. ident. :o:-BPRINQ H A It D W A R E-:0:-We are selling the only RIVETED COTTON HOE on the market, and it would Pat you to examine our stock THE. GENUINE DOWLAN COTTON PLAN TER always gives satisfaction and is the one for all laimers to buy- - vrv rf L I J XT.1N ir JJ W W O OF ALL DF.SCIUPTN9.IO Plow Shapes, Sweeps, Single-Trees, Bac . Bands Trace Chains :o:- anda corn pi tie stock -.0:-ot HARDWARE. Call in and see us. J. II. WEDDINGTON i Co., Old Stand, 29 E. lVado &t. March 13. 189. ANDREWS. FURNITURE. If you need furniture you cannot afford to fail to Bee the immense stock I am now opening, 1 havo gathered in tbe bargainslrom bank rupt manufacturers all over the country. 1 have what you want I t nrices that no one can duplicate r a , otof 0(ld Beds, Bureaus unn)zara Rln , ' nr lwr I . , ,.v - - - 0f a kind), some damaged slightly, some Ptock worn that will sell for half their value. A grand r-npor- tanity to buy cheap and mak put home comfortable and beautiful. PIANOS AND ORGANS. Buy an instrument that sound right. ears a lite time andNon which the price is right. We handle only the best grades direct from the maker and we guarantee tbe price and quality, and stand ready to make tjo.d at any time our guar an tee. U;o ou aftorn to buy jour nisi cs or nrjatH from email dealers and agent tud run the rink of get- ting a good instrument and then pay i a higher price than high grad instruments are sold by a reliable dealer. We claim to know some thing about music and about instru ments. We are opposed to handling worlbiess ana inierior instrument' I evon to make sales. Ifyou will give Us your confidence we give you 1 your money's worth every time - . BICYCLES! BICYCLES! The Bicycle is the great American I ISO to pay SJ.uu or iuv u iur n. Dame plate on a bicycle. We are n inanmirata n rrrent rut in the price of high grade bicycles year that will be beard all over B us i n is Lni 0(D! u U L ; 4,1 jl 'i 1 "M this this country, zbin. youth 8 wheel 28in. men's wheels $37 50. o. Tbe I greai Windsor wheel, tbe highest p , , , .,k 'roui grade wheel on earth, "T62.50 KM. ANDREWS, 16 & 18 West Trade St. LIMITED i -SMS rm. SERVICE ROtTTR OF THB FAMOUS "ATLANTA SPECIAL" AND S. A. L. EXPRESS." BETWEEN NEW YOBK, WASHINGTON, NOR FOLK AND ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, SOUTH. WEST. Schedule in eSect Feb. 7th, 1897. WESTWARD. No. 41. No. 409 3 20 pm 5 26 pm 6 12 p m 6 23 p m 6 53 p m 7 13 p m 5 10 a m 7 30pm 0 23 am Lt. Wilmington Lv. Lumberton " Maxton " Laurinburc Ar llamlet Lv Hamlet " Rockingham " Wadesboro Mod roe B ll p m 9 35 p m 10 25 p m 7 80am 8 80a m 9 10 am 10 85 am 11 43 p nr 12 54 p m Ar.Charlotte " Alt. Holiy " Lincolnton ta Shelby " Rutherfordton EASTWARD. No. ?8. No 402 4 85 p m 6 08 pm 7 00 p m 7 50 pm . 8 25 pm 9 40 pm 10 31 p m 11 05 p m 11 23pm- Lv. Rutherfordton " Shelby " Lincolnton " Alt. Holly " Charlotte ' Monroe " Wadeeboro " Rockingham Ar Hamlet Lv Hamlet " Laurinburg " Maxton " Lumberton 5 10 p. m 6 05 am 7 01 am 7 4A a m 7 55 a m 8 45 a m 9 11 am 9 30 a m 10 18 a m 12 80 p m Ar. Wilmington PALMETTO R. R. BRANCK f8 40 a m Lv. Hamlet Ar. 6 20 p m louuam Ar. cneraw lv. to w p m 'Daily faily, except Sunday. Nos. 402 and 403, the "Atlanta Special," Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited Train, with liutlet sleepers and Day loaches De. tween W ashington and Atlanta, also Porta mouth and Chester, S. C. Connecting ai Atlanta for and from Chattanooga, Nash ville, Memphis, Texas, California, Macon and Florida. Parlor and Dining uart New Tork to Washington. Nos. 38 and 41, the A. Jb. JExpresa," Solid Train of Pullman Sleepers and Day Uoachesbetween Portsmouth, Wtldon and Atlanta,New York and Weldon, also New York and Cape Chants, copKCting at Portsmouth with Bay Line, coastwise steamers, Washington steamers nd"Cape Charles Route," to and from all point North and East. Baggage checked from hotels and resi de nces 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. Ham seur, city ticket agent, 23 South Tryon St., CharlGtte; B. A. Newland, Gen.. Agent Pas. Dept. 6 Kimball House, Atlanta, Qa.; Geo. McP. Battle, Trav. Pass. Agent, Charlotte, N. C. E . T.JoHNVVlce President & Gen. Mana ge i U. W. B. Glover, Traffic Manager. V. E. McBee, General Superintendent. T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent, General Offices, Portsmouth, va. May 6 RICHMOND & DANVILLE AND NOUT4 CAROLINA DIVISION. 8ch-dule in Effect Jan 18 1897. This Condensed Schedule is published as information only and is subject to change without notice to the public. TRAINS LEAVE CHARLOTTE. 10:55 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line division, and all points South and Southwest. Carries through Pal. man drawing room butt'et sleeper be tween New York, Washington, Atlanta and New Orleans. 9:35 a m No 37 daily, Washington and South western vestibuled limited, for At lanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Montgomery Mobile and New Orleans, and all points south aDd southwest. Through Pullman sleeper, New York to New Orleans, and ' New York to Memphis. Diningcar, ves 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 Pull man drawing room buflet sleeper betwien Niw York, Savannah ana Jacksonville. Also Pullman sleeper, Charlotte to Aug usta 9:35 a m No 37, daily, for Columbia and O C & A local stations. 8:30 p m. No. 88 daily, Washington and Southwestern vestibuled limited for Washington and ail points North, through P kuan Memphis to New York; Nw jeanB to New York; Tampa to New ork. Aleo carries vestibuled coach and iinnincr rflr .. b:50 a m No 86 daily, for Wash- inton Richmond, Raleigh and all point! North Carries Pullman drawing-room bufl'tt 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 I P m-No 12, dally, for Hichmond. Raleigh. Goldsboro and all points North. Uarr i Pnllmnn atocninrr rot f mm flrMn&. to RICbmond. Connects t Greens- loro with train carrying Pullma car for Raleigh. . r, . T ( J 1 . U L- grZ. vile and local stations. 9:05 a m No 16, daily, except Sunday for btatesville and Taylorsyille and loc stat ons. Trains arrive at Charlotte : 9:25 a m 12:00 m ) FROM THE NORTH 10.40 p m j b:33 a m 1 6:20 p m FROM ATLANTA. 1i20 p m J 8:25 am I P:20 p m J 8:15 p m FROM AUGUSTA FROM COLUMBIA. . " 40 a m l 4:00 pm FROM BTATESVILL Daily except Sunday. All freight triins crry passengers. J. M. LULP, Traffic Macager. W. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Agent, , Washington, DC W II GREEN, Gen'l Buperintenden Washington, DO. S, H. HARDWICK, Aes't Gen'l Pass Ac Atlanta, Qa. R. L. VERNON, Travel ine Passenger Agent 1& E Trade Street, Charlotte, N. O. 18, 1895. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-tr-nt businesa eon ducted for u nnrairf Fcca. iOu Ornci i Ofositc U, 8. paTtTOrrie5 and we can secure patent in less tune than too (remote from Washington. . Send mode!, drawing or photo., witB oejenp-j charge. Oar fee not due till patent w fecored. . u u i rr - tlw to Obtain raieuia, wm tcott oi same in the U. S. and foreign counttMs sent free. Address, ICA.SfJOW&CO. Opp. parcNT Orrice, wshinctom. O. C. I I7n MIX (M g -g?