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SAlilRDAT. - MAECH 10, 1888.
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at 4 p.m. Ber. P. P. Amtow. putor.
Ut. K. Cbtuch, Oimham Strset Sarriocs
jpiiii. audSp. m. Sonday aehoal at
ni Jitev. E. M. Coltlitt. patter.
Fintnu>^t Cliureb. Sooth Church BL
^vii.'etat II B. m..' 8p. m.aad 8p. m.Sao-
.lay-Khodstl p. m, Bor. A. A. Powdl.
Kbrnner Bapdit Chnreh, Bait Seodtid BL
.STTicte at 11 a. m., 3 p. n>. and 8 p, n>.
iln^-rdtool at 1 p,I ni. Bev. Z. IlaoKhtoo,
I'nabficrian Church, comer Serentli and
Servicea at 3 p.m. aTid8p.ro.
Siinilay-tchoolat 10 a. m. Rer. R. F. Wycbe,
I Hilton ChapeL (A.M.E.Z.) Mint St. S«r-
liciial II a. m., 3 p. m. and S p. m. Bimday-
~ liixil at 1 p. m. Ber At. Blade, patter.
I.iiile Rock, (A. M. E. Z.) ESt Serricca
3i II a. m..3p. m.and 8p.m. Ber. J. W.
Tli'imat. paster. .- i
r.nct Church, (A. H. E. Z.) South R he-
intvn 3d and 4th. Serrkei at 11 A. l^asd
tSit ebnreh. She ia a graduate eosTenknoe of ijhtg in jail. Let the
LMBfatoM OoUege and ia aiil^igj law be uadenrtood aad adminiatered
If jour paper hee a blue
cross mark, it will be stopped
till you pay up. We cauBOt CODtioue
to tend it to yon without some money.
Pli-ase pay up and lot us continuo it
this paragraph in
your paper has a blue mark, your paper
will bo stopped. Ploasc pay np so
«c can continue the paper to you.
Hard times is at our bouse as well as
youra. If wthcontinue to send to so
many who do not pay we wiH soon
send to no one. So pay what you
Hon. John Sherman will aocept oor
thanks for public documents.
Mr.Wents of Biddle Uoiveraity
preached at Grace obnrch last Sunday
.Miss Minnie Sumner has returned
iiotuc liaTing closed her sehool in
.Mr. C. D. Howard was in our city
last Tuesday returning Trom Union
county to Liringstone College
Mrs. M. J. Uiobardson of Wades-
boro is visiting her daughter (Mrs. £.
W, Carpenter) in Biddlcville.
Grace church will have a rally to-
morrow to raise money to seal tbcucw
church. The public is invited out to
Rev. C. C. Pettey preached last
Sunday at the Presbyterian church in
the tnoruing and at Clinton Chapel at
The Republican Nationall conven
tion meets in Chicago, III., Juno 10th
and the State Republican convention
meets May 38d.
The Bcmocratie Nationa conven
tion will bo held in St. lAiuis, No.,
Juno fith, and the State Democratic'
convention meets 3Iay 30th.
Mrs. J. E. King, Misses Mary
Johnson and Ella Cantcy spent their
three days vacation at home and re
turned to Scotia Monday evening.
hire. Della Evans is again back in
her old quarters on Graham St. She
spent eight months North and is wel
comed back by an host of friends.
On Wednesday evening ot 6 o'clock
at Graham St. M. E. Cburcb. Mias
Lula Black was married to Mr. D.
M. Chambers. Rev. E. M. Collett
Past differenees among Repnblicans
are to be forgotten and alt are to look
to the future for sneeess whieh cao
come only through the unitod efforts
of all. Let’s try it.
Clinton Chapel Sunday Sehool
gave an entertainment at Gaither's
Hall Tnesdty. whieh was eagerly
attended. The Firemen and military
were out in uniform.
At to eleetioo of officers for the
Charlotte Light Infantry, this week
C. 8. L. A. Taylor wu eleelad eap-
Uin, K. L. Butler lat Identewaat, J.
C. Cnnuingbam 3d Lieut.
The Odd Feilowe of the city tumed
out in full foroe last Sunday to bear
their annual aermon whieh wae preach
ed by Rev. M. Skde at Oliuton Chap-
d, 8 o'clock in the aftemoou.
Mias Elisa Houser b teaching n
prosperous aehool at the Pint Bap-
use of her time, b a blees^ to ber
raoe, l(er ohureh aad herself.
Send in yonr subsoriptions.
We surrender editorial space to let
ters tbb week.
Several letters are crowded out,
bat will appear next week.
The Republican Distriet committee
moeu at Haxton on the 14th.
A Prohibition State convention will
be held in Greensboro &Iay 10th.
Wc will spend next week down the
C. C. road. Please get your money
ready for ni.
Too Edged StBord is a new religions
paper just started at Fort Worth, Tex.
H. Miles u editpr.
Col. Gbas. R. Jones ia again on
dock, lie has bought the Ilomet and
is running it in the name of the
Wo publub thie week an article
from Mr. W. H. Quick, which is
lengthly, but well worth the reading.
Ho touches two of the vital points in
referenoe to our welfare as a race:
land and morals. Read his letter.
Wilmington has voted a subscrip-
tion of ^0,000 to tho extension of
tho C. F. A Y. V. Railroad and the
Wilmington & Onslow Railroad. The
C. F. & Y. V. will begin work soon
tend their lino from Fayetteville
It will ho noticed that wo have a
good lut of correspondents. The
principal topics of their writing has
been the mental, moral, and material
growth of our race. Miss Miss Mc
Lean, our best, after treating these never
subjects, gives us the every day oe-
onrrcnccs of her town and locality.
ill bo glad to bear from other
The best way to rabe a family b to
I in tho country, buy a little farm
and make yonr own support at home.
Yonr children will grow up free from
the many vices and temptations of the
city, and with that spirit of indepen
dence and freedom that should charac
terise every child. Buy land, build
homes, build character, and wo will
soon be one of the most powerful
united nations on tho globe.
The Senate of tbo United States
has passed a bUl providing for com
pulsory education of oertain UiMa of
Indians. Why is this done ? Is an
uncivilized Indian away off in one
corner more dangerous than illiterate,
half-eivitisod eilizeni with the ballot
in bis hand that will decide the desti
ny of this grest country. Tbo Indian
is ruled by the bsyonct. Tbo igno
rant men of the South rule the coud- '
try. Should not Congress give some
atteution to the education of the ig
norant masses in the Senth ?
Onr Democratic neighbors give
Ihcnisclves much concern about tbo
management of tho Republican party
differences. Some of ns do
not nndersUnd why that is, but
,ily see the cause: These
democratic editors and local bosses
have no inorc^to do with their own
party managi’ment than wc, and arc
not allowed to dabble, as cvcrylhieg
has boeti arranged. Their candidate for
president was named a year ogo and
they dare not suggest a change when wait to receive directions from Mr A
they want it; but being disposed to
meddle they intorfero with onr busi
The two young white men now eon-
icd in oor jail for burglary are
charged with highway robbery also.
They blacked their faces and entered
at night, the house of an old man and
while one stood with drawn pistol and
made the inmates of tho house bold
up their hands, tbo otbe^ ranaaoked
^e bouae. Tho face blacking was
done to palm it off on aomo poor Nc-
After leaving tbit bonte they way
laid to old colored man and robbed
him of baa money. A warrant was
bare for one of the young men from
South Carolina ehargiug him with
■tealing down there. They teem to
be rwetty hard easee. Tbeir triale
will be watched with much intereat at
was the young man Green.
As we have before expressed, the
burglary law of North Carolina may
refer to Negroes only. If that be
true, it ihonU be known and white
geutlemeB diould not be put at the in-
impartially to all.
VEIT EffCTLAinb LBITEB.
Onr JTewipapers ShenM be Supported—
Seme Argnment In their Faver.
Thonsande never think once
inoonveoience they put an editor to
when they £iil for six monUta and a
year to pay up their suhaeriptiona.
One says “he has plenty of anbseri-
hers; what little I owe him doesn’t
amount to mneh.” True, it doesn’t
amount to a great deal but it takes
these small mites to make large snms,
and where you make that remark and
fail to send in your dues probably a
hundred are doing a similiar thing,
and so the enterprise that is dependent
upon the amount of subscribera for
support is weakened and is very often
compelled to suspend. But you say
■end me the paper regularly.”
Well, if you will send your subscrip-
lioD be will not egly give you a paper
regularly but ono that is spicy, rich
and intoresting. But you say he has
whole columns of advertisements; they
will keep his paper running.” In
deed advertisements aro good wben-
thc editor can secure them but
do you not know that business men
will not advertise very extensively
any paper nnlcss it has a wide
circulation! The number of adver-
menu depends very largely upon this
fad and if you want tho editors “ads”
to run bb paper then give him a wide
circulation and this can best be done
by those who arc already subscribers
paying their subscriptions and getting
others to take the paper. But you
say “I would take bis paper but I
lythiog in it about my
town and people.” Weil tho eol-
nmna of tbo paper arc open and to some
extent free for corrcspondenco and
if you would drop the editor a postal
card oecaiionally wo aro quite sure ho
would not consign it to the waste
basket every time. But you say “the
paper dwells too much on religious
themes.” Of course there are strict
ly religious papers and there are others
thot admit into their columns news
coming from any respectable source
be it religious, educational, social or
political. But you say’Hdon’t like tbo
editor of that M||Wr; ho and I arc not on
friendly terms.^ You may not like
him personally but that doesn’t orguc
that be is not a good editor simply
because you do not like him. Where
have aught against him there arc
hundreds who admire him and men
and women too who arc capable of
deciding wbat it tokes to constitute
true gentility. It is hardly right
for you to cease taking a good news
paper and in many instances hoycol
the editor, your peculiar dislikes to
the contrary notwithsiandiDg. \l-
though you may dislike him be may
give the public a good readable p'.per
and may furnish you wi,*- ju t itie
information desired. You say o^ain
that “I would take it but Mr. A.
doesn't lake it, and he is a man of
good judgment.” Wc admit that .Mr.
of considerable forc-
thottirht and discretion but is Mr.
M opinion and judgment to be taken
prcfcrcDCQ to a Lost of ulLcrs who
deem it right to support tbc paper V
Is Mr. A to be the criterion for a
whole country ! Must the coiumunity
before it can act I Abosb ! Away
with such Donsenmcal argument. Go
and pay your subscription and fee!
BARBER SHOP !
THE OLDEST AND BEST.
Experienced snl polite worknten always
ready to wait on euatoroen. Here you will
xet a neat HAIR CUT and dean SHAVE.
JOHN a HEND'ERSON,
Eaat Trade StreeL Charlotte, N. C.
H B KENNEDY,
OonfectlonerlM, Fancy and
ChiekoM, Begs. Butter, Vegeta
bles, aad all ktndt of Country Produce.
Everythioc kept in a well r^nlated
Grocery Store. Fine Fruits h speci
alty. No. 808 South Graham etrcct,
OliarloUc, N. 0.
. . RcfubUeaa State ConniatiCBD
The uudereigaed Exeentive Commit-
teemen call a State Convenuon of the
Bepublicau party of North Carolina,
to be held is Raleigh on Wednesday,
the 28d day of Hay, 1668, for the
pnrpoee of electing fonr delegates and
four alternates to the Nitional Repnb-
licsa Convention, to be held at
Chicago, on tbo Idtb day of June,
1888, and for the purpose of nomina
ting a candidate for Governor and
other State officers and three candi
dates for Supreme Court Judges, to
selcot a State Committee and for tho
transaction of such other business as
may bo deemed proper in tbc Judg
ment of the ooDvention.
Each county is entitled os delegates
in said conCention to twice ibcnnmber
of Representatives in the lower House
of the General Assembly.
All persons without regard to past
political affiliation, wbiRarc is sym
pathy with the principles of the Rcr
publican party of this State, aro in
vited and requested to unite with the
Republicans under this csll in tbc
selection of delegates.
J. C. L. Hauris,
V. 8. Lusx,
J. H. WlLLIAMSOH,
Geo. C. SccBLocx.
It. E. Yonsti,
H. K. Davis,
J. II. Hahris,
.\. V. Dockxkv,
W. C. CoLEMAS,
J, J. Mott,
J. 11. SutTII,
G. W. Caxsos,
J. II. MuNTtioJieaY,
E. A. WiiiTK,
T. M. Aboo.
Presiding Elder’s Appointments.
Fayetteville Distkict.—2d Round.
Fayetteville station—March 1-4.
Beaver Creek—March 10-11.
Kook Rose—March 17-18. /
Love Grove—March 24-2.'>. f
Norrincton and Lone Ridce—Marih
31 aid April 1, \
Chapel Hill—April 7-8,
Gunter’s Chapel—.\pril 14—IS,
Miteholl's Chapel and Union—21-22.
Thompson's Chapel and New Hope—
General Conference May 2d, at New
Mt, Olive—May 19-20.
Jones Mission—May 20-27.
.\. .M. Barkett, 1*. E.
Raleigh N. C.
CiiAKLOTTe District.—Isl Round.
Little Rock—December 1-4.
Rockwell and Joncsvillc —Dee. 9-11.
Torrence Chapel—December lG-18.
Moore's Sanctuary—Dee. 30-Jan. 1.
Clinton Chapel—.January .'>-9.
China Grove—January lH-0.
Grace Cburcb—January 20-29.
Kings Mountain—February 17-’20.
Redding Spring—iMarch 2-5.
Rock Hill—March 9-11.
Mowing Glade—March 24—27.
n. 8, Rives. P. E.
Wadesbobo Dismicr— 1st Round.
Flat Rock—January 7-8.
Jordan’s C. .Manly—.January 21-22.
Green Lake—January 2H—29.
llalHc's Grove—February 11-12-
Roper's Grove—February 18-19.
Rocky Mount—Marcli 10-11.
Robeson's X Roads—March 17-18.
lAumbcrtoii, N. C'..
will begin its Tiiir.reKNTii session fur
si.x months on Monday, .\pril 9, 1888.
Having been educated in a New
Exci.axi) Noiiual School, and having
bad sixteen years experienco in the
sebooLrooro, the Principal is prepared
to do much for those who are seeking
a school where they may be aided
during the summer Thorough drills
given daily in all the branches re
quired to be taught in tbo Public
Schools, and writtcu exarainatioDs on
practical questions given weekly.
Forpartioulars, send for circulars to
D. P. ALLKN,
Lumberton, N. C.
CONCORD, N . C .
Thetravrtingptipilc will be acrommodated
wlUi comfortable roouit sud board. Hook
situated on Depot street, in iroot of (be sem-
inary, near depot, and convenient teallrisl-
ton. Terms reasonable.
J. E. JOHNSON.
no UBBER STaMP. with your
JCw uamo in Faney Type, 25
vieitiag earde, and India Ink to mark
Linen, 25 for oeota (etampe.) Book
of 2000 etylea free with enob order
Agente wantod. Big P». Tiulwa.
N'r’a Co , BnUhnore, lid.
. On • tMistaaa nagne Plaatatlora
Ibe iDarvelotts proceeees by which the
wand of tire plmter king is transmuted
into rich casks of snow white or golden
sugar, by means of steam boUera, sanin*
era, vacuum pans, mixen and centrifn*
gala has bem deeeribed many limes
over, and is a thing not to be done I7
a ttorice without abostog and misoa-
ing technical terms.
The raw juice is a dark, dirty looldog
liquid, a hideous gray in colcr. As it
undergoes all the scientific ptoccasev of
the most Of^rrnvcd methods of sugar
making. It runs a short chromatic scrale
In cdiw, changing from gray to a green
ish brown and Uien to si^ee of r^-yeP
low, and finally emerging from the cen*,
trifugals like drifts of snow, white, fine*
and beautiful to look upon. The refuse
of all the strainingB is a thick like
slimy, gray soft soap. It is thrown out
in heaps behind tho sugar house, whenee
ills used OB a fertilizer, but os it lies then
it takes on a meet royal of mold,
showing exquisite, brilliant sUmon and
rose and brouze green hues, something,
I should fancy, that would run a micr»
scopist mod will) delight and curiosity.—
Catharine Colo in New Orlean-v Picayune.
The RehMlbt>)''a Cold Laoeb.
Another evil Is tho cold lunch which
must be token by most of tho chlldrcu,
for tho hour's intermission at noon
scarcely allows even tboeo redding near
the school to go homo. cL'no and return.
Every housekeeper knows how diflenU It
is to provide variety in cold Innches.
Children often take the same tilings (0
echool day after Iay, (ill iliey tire of
tliom. Food which has been done up in
a tin bos, or wrapped in napkins. U not
npt to look, or smell, or t.osto very nice.
Tho child is not tempted, and its noon
meal, which sliould bu iho principal ouo
of tho day. is mode a poor and light one.
Perlmps it is ckel nut with pickles,
Bwoetennd calcesof doubtful composition,
purchased at tho catch penny store al-
woys to be found near a school house.
If during the winter months an inter*
mission of on hoar und a half or even of
two hours w-cro given, os is done in many
Swiss and German schoob, most of ibo
children could go homo and take the hot,
nourishing midday meal which many
doctors consider necessary to health.—&
M. Hardinge in Tho Epoch.
A Japanese Diaper Tarty.
The etiquette of a Japaneso dinner
party b rather entertaining. As soon as
the guests are seated on the mats, two,
and Bometimee threo, small low tables are
brought to each. On tho one immediately
in front of him the guest finds seven
little covered bowls. On tho second table
will be five other bowb. Tho third, a
very small table, should hold three bowb.
Toko up the chopsticks with tho right
linml, remove tlie cover of (he rico bowl
with the same hand, transfer it to tlio
left, anti place it to tho loft of the table.
Then remove tho cover of tho l>ean soup
and place it on the rice rover. Next
take up Iho rice bowl with the right
liand, pa's it to the left, anti rat two
moiithfub with th" chiiinticks. and then
drink once from the sniip l«wl. And so
tin with the other dishes—never omitting
to cat some rico between each mouthful
of meat, fish and vegeiablnt. unless you
forget which is your mouth and which b
your right liand, or liavo Iweome so giddy
that you cannot tell your left hand from
n chopstick or your rice bowl from your
third table.—Clucogo News.
Alt CtM.rmoo. AppetHe.
Joel r.irker. the Demrrratie ex-gov
ernor of New Jersey, who iliet! recently,
xveigiiod 300 poutnU. and there in littlo
doubt tliat hb dentil was ho.^'lened by hb
enormous appetite, fiti iJways gratified
his tastes to tho utterniost. .and never
stopped to inquire whelher an article of
food was good for him or not. He was
the wonder of tho waiters nt every hotel
and restaurant where he dined, llo inva
riably weut twiee ihrougli the bill of
fare- Ho was the last to finish nt a din*
Dcr, yet so adniiralile hoemed liU diges
tion llint after out eating alt the other
guests lio could make a c-ipital speech,
full of unctuous liumor and sound com
mon Benue. Ho drank very little, water
being hb favorite Uwornge, and there-
forv hb head wus always clear, even if
his stomach was overloaded.—Chicago
A traveler obt.nine>l a sati«facU)ry
brcalLfa.-t nt a soiilliern hotel iii mi ingo-
nioUB uianiier. Haung e.Hleil foriiiller-
ent ileins on the hill of fare with the un
failing result of hearing "all gone, sal*.''
he llxtd a uleni kiuk u[cn the coloriid
wnili'ruiid excLaiiiuil in deep tones; “Do
you know where you will gr. when you
die?” Tho waiter tremhUd, and did not
reply, but he tiinicil awny. and witJi db-
patch brought out a Muokiug breakfast of
chicken and otjicr features of a V*>d
meal. It f>eemn tliat ho liad resened
these deliencies for iiiiiiself, but liad been
touched by uu|ii'ivtiiiun iu pnxluce Ibuui
for the traveler.—Chicago Tiincs.
SlUwln ArwolU Knlghtod,
Queen Victoria lm» paid a well de
served tribute to jiiiinioliau in tho per
son of Edwin Arnold, who has ju-t licen
crented knight oommaiidcrtef tJic Order
of the Indian Empire. Eir Eilwin lias
been for n period of almost twenty-livo
yean managing editor of Tho Ixindon
Daily Telegraph, and he has attained
world wide fame as tbc author of the
great epic poem. “The Light of Asia,"
which has gme through mwe thw
twenty editions in tbb country aud in
England. Like many other prominent
EngUahmen ho is married to a cliarming
American lady.—New York World.
Sis Traaslt CterU HsmlL
All the statues atid portraitsof U. Jules
OrevT, late president of tbo reputdio,
wbicb were, according to onstom. ia tbs
private rooms anJ olfiees ol tbs varloas
administrative departmeate, are last be-
Q^LINA CENTRAL B. B.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Wilmington, N. O.l Jan. 1, 1888.
No. I. No. 8. Nos. 8 A 7
STATIONS. DeUysx. DsOyex. Tri-
Bunds^. Bondsy. weakly.
IvVVllm'gten 0:40p.m. 7:d0ajn.
Iv HamleL 7il0
ar Charlotte 7:U0 . 3.00 p.m.
IvUnccdnt'n .. 11:00
IvSbelby, 12:54p.m. •
iog removed. In a few days effigies (ind
prewDtmsnts of M. Carnot will occupy
Ute places vacated byAhoso ot tlio late
chief of tbe Kate, A i^plar has been
appointed to model a bust of PresUoil
Carnot, tran irtiich otben wiu bo m' ’
—Paris Oor. Loodon News.
A man who governs bis paadmtsis
master of tbs world. We most either
oorumand rhi»m ot be efisiave^ to *8**™
It la better to be tbe hammer than tbe
Na3. No. 4. K0S.6A8
STATIUN8. Drily ex. Drily ex. Tri-
Sunday. Sunday, weekly.
Iv I’utherf’n 8.40 a.m.
Iv Shelby 10A2
It Lincoint'n 12.45
IvCharlotte 8.00p.m. TJMs.m.
Iv Hamlet I.2^a.m. 2.30p.m.
Trains Noe. 1. and 2 niske close conasetion
at Hamlet to and from Raleigh.
Through sleeping can between Wilming
ton and tliarlolte and Ctiarlotie aad Balcign*
Take train No. I for Staterrille and statious
on the W. N. C. R. It. and prints west. Also
for Spartanburg, Urceiiville. Athens, Atlanta
and all ixiinls bvntliwcst.
I/ical Freight Nos. S and 0 trt-woricly
between lAuriiiburg and Wilroiugtoii. No.
.'1 leaves Wilmington Tunxlays, Thnradayi
and Siiturdara. No. C Icavea tauriiiburg on
Mondays. Wdliuedoys and Fridays.
lioiirlnlnin: on Mondays. Weilnesilays and
rridays. No. s leaven Uia-lotteonTucwlayei
Thursdays and tfatunlays.
L, C. J0NK8, SnpcrintenileuU
F. W, CLARK. General Pateenger Act.
C ADE FEAR AND
TatingcITeclO-iX) a.m., Moniby, Dee. 19.1887.
Trains Moviso Nostji.
ro-weiiger Freight and
and Hail. Passenger,
Lrltcnucitsville 8:30 am 1:30 pa
ArMaxtoii. 0:40 3:35
LvMa.xteli,' 9:57 41:5
Ar Fayetteville, 11:50 8:10
Lt Fayetteville, 12:05 pm 8:20 am
Ar Sanford 2:17 12:20 pm
Lv SonfonL 2:40 1:33
ArUrcciuboro, flitU 7:45
Lv Greeiuboru, lU:lUam
Ar Pilot Jlountaiii 3:UU p u>
Pascngcranil Moll No. I—dinneratSanford.
1‘aLs. nnil Mail. No. II—KlinneratGcrmanton
Traimi Movixo Socni.
I.v Pilot Mountain 4:00 p ni
Lv Greenslxiro. 10:00 am 7:45 am
ArHaiifonl, l:30piii 2:ISpm
Ar Uemictbvillc 8:00 12:00m
raNtengcr;md .Mail A. 2—dinner al Sanford
FAirroRY JIRAMTH-PRSiaHT AND
TriAi.vs Movisa North.
Iauw Uilllioro. 8d)5a. ni. 4:25pm
Arrive Greensboro. 1):4U 0:00
Ta\ixs kloTiRo Socni-
Leavc Greensboro, l:3i) p. m.
Leave Faetory June. ’2:30 .1:36pm
Arrive Miliboro, 3:15 0:15
I’a.«svnKer ami Mail Trains run daily
Freight ami Accommodation Tralu runs
from FayvUcvillu to llenncttsville and return
on Monday!', Wedncwlaye and Fridays; from
Fayetteville to (ireensboro on Turadsysi
Thursdays ^il Saturdays, ami from OrccM-
boro t> Fayetteville on Mondays, WedDem
days and Fridays.
Trains on Factory Drancb run daily
S AVE MONEY
DISAGREEABLE CONTBOTZBSIES !
with agents who persuade you to send oft
your little pieltim to Now York to have them
enlarged and fraiticd. You can have all this
sort uf work done at home much better and
just as elieap. iiotwitlistanding ihefolM oavr
ti'Jiis these agents make loyou, hy c,tUlngat
Photograph : Gallery,
Dr. J. T. "Williams
OITerv Ms profe?.-;oiial services to Ihcgcucral
Oillre liouni from I* to 1" a. ni. 2 to 3 p. m.
Om.vNo.2l Wc-t4lh street.
Night calls from raidenec No. 5U6 South
E. street, Charlotte. N. C.
Illustrative Sample Fin
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