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.go o ut of
iisin es s, we oner oi
orth of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and GcntS' Furnishing Goo
s worm ot this h
AS WE ARE DETERMINED TO GET OUT BY FEBRUARY 1, 1894.
ran ill nea sFiiriig
Offered to Any One Wanting to go into the CLOT
HING BUSINESS. . J&:-
EXCEPT FOR CASH
K f;i E. W.iJurU Co".-?. 'new ad
this insue. , r
Citv vixdL Couaitrv.
t.S. W4T50M. i. a! ai (,ity Ei'ivoK.
Semen re bing held iu the Baptist
Rbt. Dr. J. Rumple Jeft 'Monday
stfurXrwbt'hi to assist Ivev. C. G.
Sheriff KnnrJ:' h sUrUtl cn his
F. .l . - MuHork left. Mondny '
for Xcr. oilc on business.
T J. Jf-jiin, of Wilmhitfion.
KHMting U-y. N.S. Jiyn-s in th pr--'ted-nieriitg
Ht the '-Baptist church
arlfltle rvus Inuily dffe ted in ,b
e of foot Monday hyT)
'' W, at D.tTidson. The score
A jiul'l, of K'w London
county, his kti wppoiutcd a
BUck, a twenfy-threi
FM Mil of Dr W R!..l--'-f
oied Wednesday. lie is
bsive hcvn an elerrnnt vmnif
ewnrt vc Kiherlv receive VeioctH
. "-er Wednesday's- and "Pfitur
ivolv, ami tfive Uicra
border, tbcv deliver promptly.
.II.W..1-..i,:ij ' --Vi i. o.:i: .
;--Uhe C(M3tral lWl, ou Thuradjiy,
t0 Eye, Ear, Nose ami Throat.
-Mmnvn, Jim Heathman and
BostSnd R. B. .Owens re
from th. World's Fair4tnrd:y
y PHe-Cureis tho nnlv 'L.
T--?UHranteed, as. if is the
'o-.irtii an mini :
r -'it i'!!
of thV Bor-
CHI f xr Hrannits: will
Udt Maxton October 23th to
We Icj'.rn Mr. D. L. Gnnkill is so
pnshwl with Tvork nl" his tohacco fac
tory thut he is working prt cf his
force of hands air d;y and half of the
W. Duke, Sons & Co., of Durham,
on hint Thursday shipped ?even nil
lion eigarettto one mn. This is the
largest single shipment the Dukes have
'ever make -
A person is prematurely old when
.baldness occurs before the forty-fifth
year. Use Hall's Flair Reuewer to
k;vn the scaln healthv and Drevent
Miss Lillian Fout returnetl to
StatesyiUe Female College Monday.
Mr. A. M. Goodman, who was a
clerk in Mr, D. A Atwells store sevr
rl years has been given a position in
the railway mail service, with his sta
tion nt Salisbury. - "
The joints and muscles are so lubri
cated by Hood'? Sarsaparilla that all
rheumatism and stiffness scon disap
pears. Get only Hood's.
About 10 o'clock Friday night, two
warrants were served upon Mr. I. H.
Foust, charging him with larceny of
$1,000 and embezzlement of $8,000. N.
H. McCanlesa was instrumental in hav
ing the warrrents issued, Mr." Foust gave
i.ond of $2,000 for appearance for trial
lie. waived examination and gave
bond ofS2,000 for hi appearance at the
November ternii of Rowan Superior
The first wreck of any con
sequence on the Yadkin railroad occur
red uear Gold Hill Monday afternoon
It was caused by an empty freight car
jumping the track and throwing the
passenger cars off also" Mr. A. Hodge,
a citizen of Gold Hill was very seriously
hurt and a brakeraan slightly injured
Mr. Hodge died of his injuries Tuesday
night. The freight car was wrecked
and the passenger cars considerably
TheStatesville Landmark learns that
11,000 worth of the Oregon horses
were sold in Iredell.
Tiu: University of North Carolina
foot, hall ieam defeated Washing'ou
and Lee4 University at. Lezington, Ya,
Friday by score of 44 to nothing.
Cares, of 40 years standing w .here op
erations have failed, have been cared
by Japanese,Pi!e Cure. Guaranteed by
Edwin Cuthrcll Salisbury !N.C.
Mr. T. C. Allison, an aged and high
ly respected citizen of Charlotte,' died
at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. A.
A. Gaston, Monday morning at. 9:50
o'clock says the Observer.
Rev. Sam Small is canvassing Vir
ginia in the Prohibition legislative
ticket. The Rev. Sam Jones, too,
will in a seort while begin stumping
Virginia for the sama cause.
Cov. Carr Friday commis.sioned Rob
ert S,Young, ot Concord, assistant sur
geon general, with rank of major.
McJulian S.Carrhas been selected
president of the State Agricultural So
ciety, The Charlotte Observer says that
Mr.T.S. McCailof Meek lenburg county
in crosaiug a creek on horseback Mon
day was swept some distance down the
stream until his horse struck bottom
and carried him to the opposite bank
Chas. Lindsay and Bill Adams, of
Charlotte got into an affray Monday in
which the latter inflicted a severe and
dangerous wounds upon the back of
the formers head, says the Observer.
The cause was Lindsay had accused
Adams of undue intimacy in his house
hold. ' ,
Ke7. J. C. P rice, President of Liv
iugsto College, in tins city died yester
terday morning of a complication of
diseases the chief one being Brights kid
ney disease. Price was one of the best
negro orators and one of the foremost
men of his race in the United States.
He has done a great deal for the ele
vation of the negro in the 8911th, hav
11 g traveled 07er this country and a
large part of Europe delivering lec
tures and soleceliny subscription? for
building schools and colleges for
the education his race. The large
colleges here were built by subscrip
tions solicited by him. His death is a
great loss to the negro race.
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M.t. Gilt ad Locals
The Proclison prostracted meeting at
ihc Tabernael-e commenced Sunday vith 1
the propect of a good raeeting.
Mr. A. 8. Meltae'p infant died hist
Wednesday f.nd was buried .at Sharon
church lh fcntnc d;iy. The mother, Mrs.
A. S. Mcliue, Hi right ill.
After a lonir nice spell of weather, v c
have had three days of very raiuy, rougn
weather. It rained nearly all clay Inst
Saturday and Sunday, but our fanners
have been wide awake oud while the tun
did shine they saved an abandonee of
Prof. R. H. Skeen and daughter, Miss.
Hattie, went to Randolph county lapt
Friday, ,it rained so they were water
bruad and didn't get home uutil Mon
Miss. Anuio Martin has commenced
teaching to day, the 23rd in Dr. Ingram's
office. I think she will have a full
school of small pupils.
Mr Bevf.ly Shore and sister of Virgin
ma, visited Rev. K. A. McLeod's family
last week. Mr. Bevely has left his
sister, Lula, with her sister, Mrs. Mc
Leod. Mr. R- Tucker has opened a shoe aad
harness ShoD here.
. - ...
Mr. Starling Moore Is down wim ty
phoid fever. His wife Has also Deen very
sick with same disease- liut niproviiiK
Mr. Lee Hamilton, who has been down
with t nhoid fever, has relaped and ia
very low. It will take good nursir.g far
hi in to recover.
Mr. Frank DeBerry has moved to his
Hvttt nlace u an the turnpike Koad.
Mr. N. P. Liles is rigth with pne umo-
At the recent meeting of the regents
of the Orphan's Home held at Barium
Surincs. it was thought best to ask all
ministers or elders in. the Synod to con
fer with their congregations before the
next meeting of the bynod at iarooro,
and ascertain how much each church
would contribute to the support of the
Home for the coming year, ana
t h .lpor-itx m:ke t heir roort at the
Sfnod. This Is desirable in order that
flu vnrkPrintpndt-nt maV know, ill ad-
v.inr.R. what suuuort to expect so tha
he; may know how many orphans he
can receive. Papers friendly to the
cause will please publish this item.
Life is Misery
To many people who have the taint of
crofuia in their blood. lne agonies
caused by the dreadful running sore
and other manifestation of this diseast
are beyond description. There is no
other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsa
parilla for scrofula, salt rheum and
every for in of blood disease. It is rea
sonably sure to benefit all who give i!
a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. -
The following are tho appointments by
the Assistant Bishop of North Carolina
for Rowan county :
December 10th Sunday, Christ'B
church, Rowan county.
Ilth Monday, p m., St. Peter's Row
12th Tuesday, a m., St. Matthew's,
13th Wcdnepflay, a. m., St. Jude'e,
p. m. St. John's, Rowan county.
14th Thursday, a rn., St. Mary's, p. m.,
St. Paul's, Rowan county.
16ih Friday, a m., St. Andrew's, p. m.,
St. George's, Rowan county.
17th Sunday, Salisbury.
Celebration of the Holy Communion at
all morning servicps. Offertory at all
services for diocesan missions. Where no
time (a. m. or p. tn.) is indicated for the
servlco the whole day is at tjie disposal
of the minister in charge, to make such
appointments for service as he may deem
"What's In a Name."
It has been given out that, with the
December number, the personal equa
tion will be eliminated from Fetters
Southern Magazine, and that popular
periodical will be known in the future
as The Southern Magazine. Gen.
Basil W. Duke continues as its able
Editor-iu-Chief, with Mr. Opie Read
as Associate Editor.
The Southern Magazine is truly re
presentative of tho best culture of the
entire South, and is growing in favor
with each issue. It is published by
Southern Magazine Publishing Co.
rencn - Woven - Corsets.
Which we have bought of a Factory going out of busuiese, wo
otlbr at tho following prices:
French Woven Corsets worth $1.25 at
French Woven Corsets worth $l.f0 at
French WToven Corsets worth $2.1)0 at
All per3ons are cautioned against nego
tiating any notes purporting to have been
made by E. R. Pettit snd S. T. Muffly in
favor of Ii. M. Russell, of Ei Dorado,
Montgomery county, !N. C, some of said
uotes having been given without consid
eration due to an agreement not having
been carried out by the said L. M. Rus
sell iu relation thereto.
E. R. Pkttit,
S. T. Muffly,
Having qualified as administratrix
nf J. S. Goodnight, deceased, notice is
hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present
them, duly authenticated, for payment
of October, 1804
on this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. And all person in
dented to said estate are hereby notified
t-o make imniKliate settlement.
CLARISSA E. GOODNIGHT,
Octobeer 25th, 1S3. Adm'x.
Has procured us a big lot of
Yhich te will sell at less than regular Wholesale Prices.
Our Is of Dresspis ani Triisiis is not Gomnlele, from tie clsapsst
UP TO THE LATEST IMPORTED NOVELTIES. -We
are sure to be able to please you in quoting, Style and Price.
You have nevea seen a nicer line of Cloaks for Ladies, Misses and Children
as we are exhibiting now. We offer them at very Low Prices. Come
and get your choice now, when all the sizes are complete.
&j&.2BLlEli,-i:A& AMD 3jS.'0,0-'3y
The biggest selection in town, which we will sell at prices to suit your pocket
book. Our Stock is complete with reliable goods, as we positively
decline to handle trash. Your Good Money, deserves Grood
Goods, an 4 you can find them ut low prices . at,
Strictly in the Lead Again
with a Large, Well-selected and beautiful line of
ROGERS CLOTHING C0.t
invites you to call and see for yourself that they are selling the
Finest Good? for the Least Money ever known on this market
before. A number of nice suits already sold in ad vane, of tho
Severa of out best men have said to us, "Your new goods
beat anything we have ever seen before.''
Our line is Complete7 inevery detail. Come and see it.
Yours anxious and able to please.
SALISBURY, K. C.