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A nival J Trains.
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10 j). in.
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k''!i;;r..! troiht lea os at 11:17 - in,
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12 are the lnoal trains between
;:nl Atlanta. No.s. 35 and 36 are t he
a id's between Atlanta and Washing--
a:id ;S are the Washino-tnn rm,1
.i.i otii'Llul Limited trains and stop
on s -nai. 1
. STOPS .
IN A MINUTE.
10 and 15 cents per
FETZER'S DRUG STORE.
Harry P. Deaton, local reporter.
Miss Bsrta Kimmons, of Mill
Hill, passed through the city on her
way to Ne well's High School.
1) L Harris, white, was before the
i iyor lor being drunk and dis
orderly. His fine was SG
Mrs. Elizibeth Walter, of Forest
iii. j, id visiting at ihe home of Air.
; Cook, in No. o township.
'i :v Laura Sunderland school,!
wftst of this city, will be
next n' Wednesday, Oc--r
r.t; time for oiding the even
rvice? at, the different churches
,; f;Ay hp been changed from 8
' ' ' (r Wuddington, son of
of Deeds W M Wedding
: s- gone to Salem. Va., where
enter Roanoke College.
' r. W II Wakefield, of Charlotte,
. b ,- i a C o u co rd a 1 1 h e S t. Cloud
Ti.nr.-ay, September -2L His
- luce ic limited to eye, ear, nose
The wife of Henry Shoe, who
i v t-s just over the Cabarrus and
':v.ny line, died Saturday night
-ttr a lon and dragging spell of
A small boy was watching the
Paeons build the vault in the new
nkand not knowing what it was
vr exclaimed : "Ain't that a big
The Must-Have-Money-Sale at
Quid's bargain store was a grand
-uccess. Much of the 16 to 1 was
spent with Oald. Our people know
bargain and appreciate it.
Mr. Zeb. Stafford, a young man
M the Rocky River section, this
county, has accepted a position in
the Odell mills for the purpose of
taking a superintendent's course.
Rev. Paul Barringsr, who has
been elected to the pastorate of Mt.
Gilead Reformed church, will
preach for that congregation on the
second Sunday in October at 11
o'clock, a. m.
J J Cook, of ho. 5 township, was
to have gone to South Carolina last
weeir, but was detained at his home
on account of an attack of malarial
fever It is hopid that he will
soon be out.
"I consider it my duty," save Mr.
-i Dies, of San Diego, Texas, "to
certify that Ayer's Pills have com
pletely relieved my wife of neural
gia, from which complaint she was
t ra long time, a great sufferer."
1 hey are easy to take ai.d always
Oa Thursday last the congrega
tion of the First Presbyterian
church supplied most bountifully
the pantry of their pastor, Rev. W
C Alexander, who, with his family,
had been away for a month.
WANTED Salesmen to sell
complete line of lubricating oils,
greases, varnishes, specialties, etc.
ttood opportunity for the proper
party. Garland Repining io,
Cleveland, O. si4
Rev. Prof. C L T Fisher, of Mont
Aiuceaa Seminary, preached to a
large concourse of people at Cold
Water Lutheran church Sunday
afternoon. His subject was "The
Descent of Christ Imo Hell." His
Hi.cpnuro n7-ia rr ft-ill
f; j , . . .
tiou and spiritual training.
People who live in new countries
are liable to be prostrated by malar
ial fevers. Inhabitants of cities, by
reason of bad drainage and un
wholesome odors, suffer from simi
lar diseases. Ayer's Ague Cure is
warranted a specific for all malarial
Mr. H C McAllister, Contractor
R A Brown's efficient 'foreman,
came in from Gajtonia Saturday
night. He will resume work at
once on the tank. When the tank
is complete he will finish up the
Phifer building and from thence to
China Grove, where he will be en
gaged until Christmas.
A special to the Durham Sun
says that a man named Robt.
Bowles, who lived a few miles from
Roxboro, committed suicide Wed
nesday night by cutting his throat
with a razor. He sent his wife and
child off to get something for him,
and on their return they found him
dying. No cause can be assigned
for the rash act, unless it was on ac
count of feeble health.
A tragedy growing out of a
mother's heroic attempt to saye her
child from death in front of a train
occurred near Newbern Wednesday.
Mrs. James Wade, with her lutle
girl, was walking along a railroad
track and when the train which
was approaching them was nearly
opposite them the little girl at
tempted to cross in front of it. The
mother sprang after her and jerked
her backward and beyond the rails,
the heroic mother herself, however,
being mangled beneath the wheele.
The child wai unhurt.
Some men are afraid
of death, some are
not. A tost of ua
would rather not meet
tile grim destroyer to
day. We would rather
'ti l it oil until to-morrow,
or until next
year. Mere wishes do
not eount for much in
the. matter. A man
mav not want to die.
. . J
tn'-V He may not want to
f$fe'''H .vi'?:fi,he sick. He may wish
v'''Cr ' '' 'CV;lfl hope and pray
ik jji) that he will not be
sick nor meet death,
but wishing and hoping won't help him.
It is what he does, and not what he
wishes that serve his purpose. If a man
is losing flesh, and is nervous, irritable,
sleepless and debilitated, he may wish he
vould get well, but one bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
do more than an ocean of wishes. If a
man is on the way to consumption, he
should make a stop as quickly as pos
sible. He should put cn brakes. He
needn't be afraid he has consumption it
he will do the right thing if he will
just take the right medicine. The "Gold
en Medical Discovery" cures incipient
nd well developed consumption. Con
sumption is a germ disease and a blood
disease. The "Golden Medical Dis
covery" kills the germs and purines the
blood. It increases the appetite, helps
digestion, makes assimilation perfect,
ana so builds up solid, wholesome flesh.
Hundreds of grateful people afflicted
with consumption, bronchial, throat and
kindred diseases, have testified that it
has actually saved their lives. For the
Bake of the information they contain,
some of these letters have been included
in Dr Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser a thousand page, illustrated
book, which will be sent free on receipt
of twenty-one (21) one-cent stamps to
Day for mailing only. Every familv
should have a copy, for ready reference
in case of sudden sickness ;or accidents.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Na t Main Street Buffalo. M. Y.
Tlie E11 and Flow of Hie Human
TiIe at "B'tiisrort, asSceu Uy Our
Mr. Geortre Horn buckle left
this morning for Trinity College.
Mr. James C Fink is spending
a week at Misenheimer's Springs.
Mr. D J Bostian is in Albe
marle, having accompanied Hon. S
J Pemberton homo.
Mr. Richard Gray, of Charlotte,
was in the city yesterday, having
come over on his wheel.
Miss Hattie Cook, Messrs. Her
bert Cook and P M Misenheimer
spent yesterday in Greensboro.
The Hon. Cy. Watson went
from hereto Hendersonville, where
he and Major Guthrie speak today.
Messrs. G M Cooke, Jr., and R
B Beard, of BfFsemer City, Fpent
Sunday in the city with friends.
Messrs. E lear Caldwell, ScoU
and Albert Fetz. spent Sunday in
camp with the Fourth Regimeat
boys at Mooresvibe.
Mrs. George W Taylor, who
has been visiting in the city for a
month past, re-urned to her home
in Siates viile today.
Dr. C A Misenheimer, of Char
lotte, passed through the city yes
terday on his way to Mt. Pieasant,
his old home, to spend several days.
Mrs. M H II Caldwell and chil
dren have gone to New London to
spend a week with Mrs. Richard
Eames, Mrs. Caldwell's sister. Mr.
Caldwell accompanied his family as
far as Salisbury.
The Best fciaive in the world for
Cuta, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cores
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give etatief action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Will Preac h at Chapel llnl.
Rev. Thomas E Winecoff, who
came from Mississippi to this county
some time ago to visit relatives and
friends, has accepted the pastorate
of the Episcopal church at Chapel
Hill and will not return to Missis
sippi. Mr, Wineccff went down to Ral
eigh this morning and will return
to Chapel Hill tomorrow, where he
will meet his wife, who is yet in
A CarI f I'll an Us.
Mrs. Martin Bluuie and Mr. and
Mrs. W II Blume request The
Staxdaud to think most sincerely
their many friends in both town and
county for the kindnesses and sym
pathy shown and expressed in the
sickness and death of tneir beloved
ram o f
Mr. Edgar Caldwell spent Sunday
with the drum corp3 at Mooresville.
He met with an accident that may
prove quite disastrous. While lying
in a tent, Prof. R L Keealer entered
with a cigarette in his mouth, which
was knocked out by a falling gar
ment. The fire fell upon the ball of
the left eye of Mr. Caldwell, inflict
ing a serious burn.
A laiiulnouM Cat.
Those who now tolerate mice or
rats in or about the house certainly
must be blind to tha fact that a lu
minous cat, which costs yery little
to secure and nothing to keep, has
been invented, and can be placed in
any dark corner or nook, and effect
ually scares away all such pests.
This cat is struck or cast from
metal or other like material bo as to
represent in' appearance the exact
counterpart of its animated feline
sister. It is painted over with lu
minous paint, so that it shines in
the dark like a cat of flame. After
being used for about a week the
place is forever free of either mice
SHORT : LENGTHS,
"WOrtll'" 15 EtllCl 25C.
yard, that we are go
and make'.room for
new goods at the low
8 1-3 vk 12 11
THE NEARER THE BONE THE
SWEETER THE MEAT.
It is an old and homely adare
and linds an application here
The maker of merchandise has
reached the end of his summer.
His season is over ; yours has
just begun. He's anxious to
sell' what is left of his mades
up product at almost any reas
sonable sacrilice. We're
watching your interest in this
matter and as a result have
made some purchases that
will surprise you by their
HERE THEY ARE:
Wash goods at 5, SL 10 and
12 cents. Figured Mohair,
black, 86 inches, at 25 cents,
A bargain, Billows of hand
ksrehiefs, you'd wonder how
it could be done if we hadtPt
told you, There's no loss to
us, but a
Big Gain to You
and the makerpays the piper.
Come ann see them, 5, 10, 12L
15, 25 and 50 cts.
Oxford Ties: Prince Albert
and Spring Heel Ties in all the
new toes. These are Genuine
Bargains, no old goods. All
new, direct from the factory.
Come and See Us.
5 Per Cent, Pep Hi
Guaranteed to All Investors
Investments both Large and Small
WHEN MDE WITH
Th Newj York"f;lavpstment Co.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Cotton,
40 AXD 4:2 BROADWAY,
vrrw vniu' riTV
P-S.-reoPle who desirelto have a steady and
ure income ;,on , :"small .or .lare .investments
end for our explanatory, ire.
JN0. R. ERWIN. C- A- MISENHEIMER
Ell WIN & MISENHEIMER
Physicians and Surgeons
Office No. 3. Hart y I uildiner, op
nosite 2nd PresbM-. rian church.
Charlotte, N. C- -
When in need ol Fire Insurance,
call and see us, or vre. We lepre
sent only first-clas lome and For
WOODH 'UE & HaI.EIB.
A3 Z: PTi
There is a difference "between nedl
cines and medicines.
Those of to-day, as a rule, differ from
hose of the past in many respects.
Fully as great is the difference be
and the nrdinar medicines of to-a-c.
It is unlike them in
THESE FIVE THINGS".
1 . It does not taste like a medi
cine. It is as pleasant to take as
lemonade and makes a most refreshing
2. It never nauseates the most
3. It does not swap off one dis
ease for another. It does not set up
one form of disease in order to relievo
another as is so often the case.
4. It contains no alcohol or
opium in any form and is always
harmless even when given to a babe
one day old.
5. It does not patch simply, it
cures. It reaches as nothing else
does to the hidden sources of disease
In the blood and removes tha cause. It
does this with an ease and power that
have never been equaled.
For all troubles of the Blood, Stoma
Bowels, Kidneys and Nerves, and lor all forms
of HA LABIAL POISON It stands pre-eminent
without a rival or a peer.
ty Sold by druggists, nw package, large bot
tle, 108 Doses. OneDellar. Manufactured only hr
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., ATLANTA, GA.
WKITl IQB 8-gAQE BOOK. 3KAHSI) TZXZ.
60 Per fa
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