J.;ty. McflBHZIE, ETr and Prop'r.
Our vear iu advance.--. $1.00
,ICat'.;;ca-asseeoal-cUs3 mall at Salisbury, N. C.
THURSDAY, November 2, IS53.
Hon. F. M.S:nfiiMims waasworuiu Sat
jirJay a collector of internall revenue
Jur Li Eastern .district and has usuni
.ed charge of the oHice. He will soon
Jiave all the oiHcrs under liin filled' by
The tariff bill prepared by the Deni
.ocratic member .f the Ways aud
Means Comiuitteeru1'u been made pub
lic. It deals entirely with the cus
toms and administration branches of
.the subject. The internal revenue por
tion is left in abeyance. -
Last Thursday -was Confederate vet
erans' day ulUm Augusta exposition.
About 3,000 veterans fornied a line on
Uroadway and macrhed to the exposi
tion ground where speeches were 4e-
.hvered by Ueu.C A. -Evans and Gen,
I)r.oolij a former fellow-traveller
vith Lieuteuant Peary the Arctic ex
plorer who has recently returned from
.a short northward trip oft his own ac
count is confident that the lieuten
ant will reach "the orth pole this time
and return safely.
Through a returning visitor from
(Chicago, the News learns that the
jNorth Carolina exhibit was not ex
tern pt from the depredations by theives.
t is said that at least $1,00 worth of
ems in the exhibit from this State
were stolen. "One theft occured about
the time of the big fur theft from the
itussian exhibit. So far, nothing has
Jbeen said the papers about the
jtheft.of .the North Carolina7 gems.
Hon. Bcuike Cctkijin,,of New York
?a violently opposed to the idea of an
income tax. He declares it would A be
.class legislation and would knock the
tbottoqi out of the Democratic party
iu New York. Bourke has some
-wealthy citizens among his consti
tuents and he feels bound to take care
.of them. We have been taking a
square look at this thing, and we haye
not been able to discover where the
class1' feature comes in. It is hard to
pJease every body. , There are thousands
.of American citizens who would wil
Jinly pay an income tax, if t-ome one
would furnish the income. Wilming
" Hie Scmth's Need.
While the South needs good and
wholesome legislation, yet that is not
.all it needs. One thing we are greatly
.oenmu in is eaucauon. ir we ever
.expect to be prosperous and a happy
,aud contented people X)ne of the most
.important things that we should do to
.biiig about such a . condition is to ed
tucate' our people educate the masses
. that is what .we mean. We have
.good sqhools and they are .doing a
randwork, but there are so many of
ur people who are growing up in ig
- IVL..I L '
iiuiuiice. urn, we wane is a system
hat will reach .all classes. What will
,it be-The only way to hring about
this result is for us to have a compul
sory school law. Lenoir Topic.
Key. Dri Atkins, ,of the Raleigh
Christian Advocate, says that there are
p. the ortli Carolina Methodist Con
:ference, w hich meets at Wilmington,
peeember 9th, lTOreachers and 30
jay delegates, and in the Western
JJCorth Caralina-Conference, which
jDieetsat Charlotte Wednesday, 160
jreaiJh ers and 40 lay delegate!. Bis
hop Duncan preside at both -Couferen
Collector Kojie Elias wired tha Ob-
serrer yesterday from Urysou City ask
Vng it to say that" he hasnot resigned
nor does he intend to resign the col
r.lectorship. The telegram was doubt
"- .less seut iu reply to the publication of
the Washington special in Sunday's
3aper.- We are gladV to read and to
-jrriut it. . We hope the collector will
Uy iu the fight to the finish and that
the finish will be his confirmation.
The Raleigh News Obserter-Chron-jcle
oi 24th insfr says; The entire ex
.hibit of North Carolina made, at the
World's Fair arrived .here yesterday
.. .and is being unloaded and will at once
Jbe installed in theState Museum, where
.spacious apartments have beeu built
-or Jts especial accommodation. It will
,of course attract much attention and
,will be a most valuable addition to our
WAS H JIf 3 TO JI LET f EH. J
From o ir.KejruUr correspondent.
Th? conservative and fortaring dis
positi :i o the administration in deal
ing with the various phasi'SyOf tlu-
:Iawa'ian question has added to.. hex
good effect upon public opinion ot th
publication, early this week, of Com
missio icr whs largely based-. It bus
taken no official imtice of -the very
unusu il ai.d -injudicious ac-ion of Mr.
Thurston, the uiinitter here of the
ProvRoinil government of H iwaii, in
writing and giving to the press an an
swer t- Mr. Blount's report, contain
ing la igu ge that would not have been
tplera ed from a foreign minister b
any oilier government in thf world.
Had tlie administration upon the ap-
pearauce in the newsp.ipeis of Mr.
Thurston's defense seut that gentle
man his passports no one would have
had a ty right to cmplain; it would
only have followed precedents set In
everjr ivilizl government in the
world, including our own the offense
for which Lord Sackville Wesr, the
then iiritisii niini-ter, was ent his
passports -was trhial compart d with
what Mr. Thurston has done. It is
not improbable that President Cleve
land in ignoring the bad break of Mr.
Thurston way iurfuenced by the thought
I that the -Hawaii .n minister was per
haps only too anxious to pose i.s a mar
tyr. But whatever the object ou eith
er side the fact remains that Mr,
ThursUm was guily of an act that
would have driven h foreign minister
from airy other country and that not
the slightest official notice was taken
of it by the administration, and this
forbearance-is geuera'ly recognized a?
altogether credit ibie to the aduiinitra-
Aside from the publication of Mr.
Blcuii s report and Mr. Thurston's re
ply to it, there have been n new de
velopments this week. No pn.i out
side of the cabinet and a few member
of the Senate and House knows the ex
act nature of the instructions yriven to
Minister Willis, and Congressmen, out
side of a lew of the most heedless, re-
cogniw the absurdity of attempting t
expre-.s an intelligent opinion in the
absence of that knowledge. ., When
Congress meets everything connected
with rhe Hawaiian matter will doubt
less bi made dublic. Then thi public
can ad will pass judgment, and no
member of thei administration has any
doubt of the n dure of that judgement.
Tlu democratic members of the
Housj coiuuiittee on Ways and Me.ms
aie working l'rm 10 a. m. to 11 a. m.
every day, in order to get the new tar
iff bil. ready by next Monday, so as t
give the republican members of the
committee an opportunity to prepare
their report by the lime Congress meets.
The republicans, having made a mis
erable failure of their attempts to ca
jole the democratic niemler of the
committee into the retention of duties
that are purely protective, have now
taken a new hick, but the result will
be tlu same. They are now circuit
ing r-ports that democratic Congress
men from whose districts petitions
asking for protection for this or that
industry have been sent to the commit
tee will, if that protection is not given
by the new bill (and it certainly wHl
not be, except, in the few cases iu
which the duty imposed for revenue
may incidentally give pntection), vote
with the republicans ag dust the bill.
After a mast diligent search I have
failed to find ,a single democrat who
will ; cktiovvlef'ge any contingency thai
hvou d cause him to vote with the re
publicans against the bill, although
there are a few democrats who would
havj been pleased had the petitions ol
their constituents -been granted, and
who expect to lose their seals in Con
gress if they are not granted. It can
predict edwith absolute certainty
that fewer democrats iu the Houe will
vote against the Wilson tariff bill than
there were republicans who voted
against the MtKinley bill.
S .'tretary Carlisle is the recipient of
congratulations fn-ni all sides on the
abla financial speech he delivered this
week before the New York Chamber
of Comnieice, and many are of the
opinion it will have a highly beneficial
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txxcou ujjuii me uusiuess oi me conn-
J t is expected that President Cleve
land s message to Oorfaress will deal so
fully with the financial policy of the
administration that the republican ca
lamity wailers will find themselves de
prived of their principal argument
the allegation that there is a doubi
about the financial intentions of the
administration. The message togeth
er with the new ta, iff bill will put
those intentions before the public o
plainly that there can be no misunder
standing and no doubt.
Th Japanese P(i!e Cure U the proper
opplic ttionfor internal pile? and i
guarmleeil iu everj cae by Edwin
Cuthr 11 Salisbury, N.C.
A Great Lessen.
m . . I .
ninii or a series or similar ueients, Uivy .
ni'ist, above all things, look the truth
,:s to the causes of the dias!er si might
in the face. It will-do them no good
to aco-pt the explanation of the bosses,
who, in order to call awny popularat
rentiou fnmi their owji mis.liiigs, pre
f ended that ihe great overihrow was
kindly owing to the ''bid tittiv.' f:r
which the ruling p rty was alwnys, no
matter how uureasonatrfy hell re-pon-Mible.
If there had leen only a change
of some thousand votes from the Dem
ocratic to the Republican side, the busi
ness troubles disturbing the popular
mind might be held accountable for it.
Butreat political upheavals are not
explained in sich a way, especially
when they occur in "off years." when
ordinarilly the iulertst iu politics is but
The truth is that the Democrats
party has in n conspicuous manner
failed to justify the confidence of many
good citizvn who last yeayat the
Presidential election, g ive it their sup
sort, the -business disturbance would
not have produced such sweeping -o-litical
eff-rrts had the party in power
that is, the m ijorily of the Democrats
in Congress shown themselves capa
hie of dealing with the most pressing
problem of the time as s.ig.ciotisly, vig
orously, and prompMy as the cri-is de
manded, it is true the final repeal o I
the Sherman act satisfied the immedi
ate rea'iiremeuts of the d iv. But this
result i3 generally believed to be due to
the unwavering firmness of the Presi-
ent, and not, to the widun of the
Democratic majority. It produced
much more the impression of a lucky
escape than of an act performed by tin-
party in power according to a well-set
tled policy. The public mind has con
ceived a serious misgiving as to what
tha Democratic majority would do
when unrestrained by a very vigorous
Executive leadership. And here a
word to our southern friends is in or-
i - r t i i it
Mer. lueir oi-wa.oo a.u it -present a-
tives in Cougres-, who, either fioui
natural muddle-headedoess or from
cowardly dread of ihe Populist move
ment iu their States abet iho-e fi ian
cial heresies which .have- become so
dangerous to our honor ami properity
as a nation, sire n a fair way again to
ruin the Democratic psrtv iu the con-"
tide nee of the Not! hern people, a.nl
thereby in the whele county, as
thoroughly as it was ruined during the
civil Wir and for many eais after
wards. In the (lei?ocr:itio defeat thi
autumn they should recognize the be
ginning of a revival of that fatal dis
trust which, when fully developed, will
utterly destroyed for an indefinite linn
i he prospects of any parly ;.g.i n t
which it is aroused.
If the Democratic party wishes to
remain a strong factor in American
politics, it will have to disarm that dis
trust by a wise treatment of the finan
cial problems still to be solved, and by
she fulfilment of the promises with re
gard to the tariff policy which found so
much favor with the people in the na
tionaLelections of 1890 and 18,2. li
can no longer stake ils fortunes upon
the esteem in w hich Mr Cleveland is
held, for he will not renain its lender
much lougc-rj and besides, the prestige
of his name, too, has been ini pared by
his deplorable action iu the V;n Alen
case, and by the spoils politics which
his administration has keen carrying
.on. These things have played a sub
ordinate, although by no meaiu unim
portant, part iu the recent elections,
but they will show their full effect
when public attention is no longer di
verted from them by questions of im
mediate urgency. Harpers Weekly.
Death of Rev Dr-Wood.
NVllmingtoa Me sengcr.
Rev. Marcus L. Wood, D. D., di?d - at
Gibson Station, N. C, on gatuniay. His
reraaius were taken to Rockinghaw,
Richmond eouut.y, for burial. His death
must have been unexpected. We think
he was ill some time igo, but he had
probably recovered from that mtaok. O
the nature of the malady that caused his
death we have no information at this
writing. Dr. Wood was a native of
North Carolina, and was educated at
Trinity College, of which he was an al
umnus. He eutered the North Carolina
Conference, Southern Methodist Church,
aud after some years of faithful service
he went to China a3 a missionary, where
he remained for seven years. Upon re
turning to his native Slate he again en
tered the Conference, and for a long time
was a faithful minister of Christ, dis
charging with zeal and fidelity the du
ties of a Methodist intinerant.
Soon after the death of Rev. Dr Bar
tou Craveii he was elected President of
Trinity College; which position he held !
C a - 1
ior ino or mi ce years.
Johnson's Oriental Soap is far
superior to all the other so-called, medi-
cinaLsoaps for beautif in the
piexion. bold by Edwin Cuthrll S..i.
, '- w
If the Democrats, do not wish Ihe; Wheeling. W. V., Nov. 22 Ex
crushing defeats thay have suffered at Gov. John J. Jacob- tell dwd this
the late elections to lw only the l'gm- afternoon. Heart failure was lh
Pauis, Nov.25. Tne French cabinet
Ijhs resigned and president C.rnot ha
accepted their reisgnutions. -
Richmoud, Va.,Nov.25.-Col Rih igh
Colston died here to-d;y in he 'i2iid
3 ear of hi3 a-.e. His paternal gnmdmol
her was a5 sister of Chief justice Mar
shall. For years he had l-en employed
by the Secretary of I he Common wealth
in the preparation of Virginia histori
cal man u.Hrrp's which are publish. d
under the name "CaUndai of State P.i
Roanoke, Va., Nov.22 Three of the
persons under indictment for partici
pa' ing in the ri.it of Septemler 20th
were found guilty inthe Hustings Court
but almost the minimum penalty was
imposed. J ims G.llichardon who was
provm to have been one of the fore-
jnoH leaders ol the .nob which suround
ed the jail where the negro was con
tired, and attempted to break into it
when they were fired ir on by the mi
litia, was euteucu to thirty d;iys iu
j. til and to pay a line ot 100. Knnedy
and Fnqn t s ho were iden ilied as hav
ing e a active participants an I mad- i -cendi.ry
calk were sentenced to one
day's impris nment in the city j lil. and
a dollar fiat. Abe Perry Who was also
wider indiei meiir charged vvith a misde
meanor and the only one who was not
re pre cuted ty a lawyer iu the" tiiil
was acq iilcd. The tridof Ihe chief o!
police J. F. Terry, and Sergeant II. H
Griffin uudr indictment as ficcessories
before Ihe fact, to the triug ng of the
negro was iiegnn today and the .de
cision : pi) 1 1 a motion to quash the in
dictment, on ncifount ol' a tecluiieality
will be rendered tomorroAV A motion
to set aside the venh'ct o the jury t f
the cases of llichaid-on Kennedy iind
Fuq ia has bv?en oiade and will come
up for argutm nt Moinh.y.
12,000 Killed ly tli3 Shock-
Loxdox. Nov. 27. A dispatch from
Teheran io the Time says thit. I2.0W
persons uvre kiih-d in Kuhan, Persia
by the e H i 'nq'i i!;;- last week.
Ten tln-us. .nd lo.dios U ve b'-e:i re
covered fri.sn themus. Fi'ty thousun !
citilew.is killed. Shocks a-est l! felt
An Insurrection la . lxbanii.
Montgomery, Nov. 23 A special
fi'i'in OjM'I'li lo'tlie Advertiser suys:
A ni'uru lijiri.-iiiDC'Ciirred iu 1 lii conn
t lliismoruin in Ui?ut Seven, twelve
miles lioii) this city, ami tu-.iijjht. ele
ven i -In-le ideis sire in j;i l, stud si
l.ife j-n.se uf sinned ciliz-ns is hcbnr
Hie nrighhorhood for tlie oth
er. Yesh rdsiv Mr. Jiff Whalley, n weal
thy eiti-'n residing twelve miles from
Optiika, severely thrashed a negro vo
ui n for abusing a id uiu prof. me
lanjjuae- to his wife. One hundred
or more negroes in t lie neigh liorhood
rctse.iu sinus against Mr. What ley.
Open ih rents ;uin?t his life were
inside-nnd hsilf a hundred nerno-i si
e re ted themselves in smibiih sud wail
ed f.r Mr. What ley t) return from
Opeliksi. All the negroes were heavily
.. rmed smd were hjdd in ti.eir thre.it.s of
Usev lem oned seer: t
near Air. W hat-lev's home !:sst niit'if
, . . . ... -,t ! 1
and this morning citrons Withe iiel - h -
itorhood got wind of the siff-dr. and i
..v. r-.d .r.ntb.nr. r..,w.t l,r r.wl,. ln,i
ilka and iniortntd the oiheers it t heir
discovery. A no, p. imniherinT shmit.
two hundred men, quickly got togeth
er idi Ihe firj-firtus available, aud hesid
e 1 by Sheriff XV. i. Gibson, hastened
I he scene. Arriving there, they found
the negroes conceal-d in difierent
places, ami before they realizetl the si t
uati. 1,1) eleven of them were ssifely
handcuffed. The negroes arrested
were all armed, sever..! ojf them having
a r..Zor and two revolvers concealed on
A s.'anipede was made by the Ohio
negroes and they escaped for the time
i i .mi I
hfin A ;i -re liosse is si ill se:irehin(r
i'or them, however, and uisiny other
arrests will be inade Iwforrt morning.
Mr. Whatley was with the sheriff's
nosse, i ii d one of the handcuffed ne
groes made an eff rt to stride him.
Both whites and the negroes are
thoroughly aroused, and bloodshed is
yet feared before the mutters ends,
Montgomery, Alsi, Nov 24. Eight
nmre negroes were arrested near Ope-
lika trjdav, ch.irged with complicity in
- . . . -xt " . i
uie race uimiimmmi-c. io ivruie
trouble is srpprehendtd.
Men are made manly, the old nmde
young and vigorous by Magnetic Ner
vine. Sold by Edwin Cuthivll.
Don't he tsdked into having an oper-
' ., t I.... .i it tn-.V ...r --., 1 1 - 'C.
' t,', "7 1 ,.v-i ju jui.il iii".
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uituaucv; i ne vine sitt.ii.i j iceu io
I . V1 ,
iture jou hy Ldwui .t ulhiell.
Mrs. L. Tovcriscnd .
Good Sram!Iy frTcdfclnes
Hood's CarccparHla and Kood'9
"I regsrd Hood's Sarsr-parilla and Hood's
Pills, tSc very Lest family medicines, tiiH we
are never without tlicin. I Lavo tilwaya been
A Dcflecrto VYornain
end began takL:? Hood's Sarsaparllla thretj
years ayo for tliat tired foelic- It built mo up
80 qulo!:!y and so r;ell L"iat I fe?l like a tlillcrent
worn":i and linvo r.hviiy.i had gfesit izlih i:i it. I
Five it: to ivy children v;aenevv.r there sacnistny
irou!;lu v. itn tlieir blood, and it doc ? then loou.
Mv iiUlo bov li'ie it so well ho erica for It. I
ca:motiul wordj to t?Illiow hish!y I prize it
we uso iiooa s Vim la uie lamuy ana uiey
. Act Liko a Charm
I take pleasure in recommending these medi
cines to all irsy friends, for I believe if people
would only keep IIood'3 Sarsaparllla and Hood's
Tilla at handiis we do, nucii sickness and suf.
ferine would be prevented." Mus. L. Towx
.xd, Tiislng un, Delaware.
Kood9 Pitts act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, ca the liver and bowels. . 25c.
KEWS OF Til'i WEEK CONDENSED.
J. H. Jenkins su?:i with morphine
at his wife's grave at Nashville, Tenn.,
last Tuvistlav. ,
Di Aiaos Fo.t has recidvcJ his co-n-miss'.on
as postinast-iv at Atlanta, Cia.,
and will take .I:ui-re December 1st.
Ge?icr:tl lUr-.k. ex-cu mber of Presi
dent Harrison's cabinet, died at bis
home in Yirotiua, Wis., last Tu:sday.
E. M. Johnson aud wife, of lloi-erson
county, N. C, wero arrested Thursday
for passing counterfeit .silver dollars
t Tlse indications are that the free
coinage ficrht will be renewed with in
creased vigor at the opening oi Con
gress. It is reported from Washington that
the .ways and means cojumittec will
probably yivo out tha new tariii bill
pn next Monday.
, The Southern Methodist church at
'Fountain City, a suburb of Knoxvillc,
Tenn., was burned last Sunday. Loss
C5.2C0: insurance SL000.
Eev. John Jones, an eminent Presby
terian miniiiter, and for a Rurr.bjr of
years chaplain of the (Georgia senate,
died at his home in Atlata last -Sntiiluy.
The railroad people are excited over
the discorery of a it2tmmotU d; al in
;bous tieketa. It is thought the roails
.buv ben siwiculod out of tiJO.i.OJ in
Tlie report of th pdr.itontiary t hews
jl.lVJ convicts in tho ; tat j of North
(Cavolina. VZ'i are in prison. ci;;hty-sis
at thj phosphato mluas, and t;30 on
Toicdo. O., is ex .'it.'d over the discov
ery cf a lon--con tiriTL-d system of
fraud practiced by ofucials, by which
the city has been robbed of an immense
asr.ourrt of rao::ey.
Th-j governor of 'leoi-iia has oiTercd
a reward of 81.")0 for tae capture of
i fii.nircu wiiii luuracr-
intr John J. English in Jlonroe countv
t;i . i
ion the 13th of November.
Governor Tillman, of South Carolina, ! nnn;Tnakt
has offercl a rurd of -00 for the There htr-e crones in daily at
arrest oi t.i.; person or p?rc.as who , . , . . .
ibsassinated Josicph C. Coldingia-Iiarn-
wcil county on Oetob r .'Stii.
. It is now state t";c.t at least 13,000
persons lost their lives by the terriblo
earthquake in i'jrsia last we.c'c. Ten
thousand bodies have, beeu : c overed.
Tifty tiionrr.nd cattle were kiiiod.
President Diaz, of Mexico, hr .s issued
Jin order that insurgents, whn cap
tured, shall be ?.hot like dojp-V-as be
considers thjm nothing' more ti.an out
laws banded together for plunder.
Burfflars entered the house of J. D.
Chamber-lain at Woodlawn, Ala., Mon-
day night, chloroformed the inmates,
ransacked the premise?, taking i find ; wonderl'til sicrobatic f'eatn of B:if
y, jewelry and other arti-des. If.,,, l;i!' ,
rry iliil. charged with heavy for- 1 1,1 Llh s Ar;ibs' ls Ml eVer.v 'l''
; Harry iliil, ehartred with heavy
series in Atlanta, Ga., has auin been
i"ele"sed on iwii.l. livit lmrrir.l ir,
,A J , r . V
. iome of tae forced notes are trying to
vneci ms arrest ayaiu.
. Several school girte at Alleffheny.
Ta., recently committed suicide, and
jothers attempted it. An investigation
-was at the bottom of this murderous
iura. luaoie iv, neiier, oi urang-e-
Jburg- county, S. C, has ioundod a
Kcnoiarsnip in Xsewbcrry collejre in
memory of hr son, James Aiken Kel-
-who dted in November. 1SS5.
A fire at Columbus, 0.f Friday night,
(destroyed tho new Henrietta theatre,
pnd the new Chittndon hotel, which
was a portion of the same structure,
connected by a bridge. -Loss about
$300,000; Insurance 330,000.
A three-year-old negro child was
burned to death in Atlanta. Ga,, Mcn
iay. The mother had left her twin
labies In the house, which, from sorao
cause, cautfht on fire, and one being
unable to walk, was cremated.
i iuias iiico rietciier, me einnotoorist.
.... . c '
n f : n: t.h.i.i t a, i . .
' received S
a day as a special a-sr-ent oi
the Indian bureau while making- the
allotment of lands for Indian tribes,
which is the highest salary this gov
ernment has ever paid to a female.
Minister Uloanfs Report.
Wasfiixotos, November 23. Secre
tary Grecham has made public Miais
.,er IHount's report, which confirms
the rumor that the queen would ba
restored. I The report shows that
Minister Stevens used the force of this
government wrouefully to depose tha
queen, and Mr. Blount's recommenda
tioi that this wronff be ri-hted, wili
control the action of our government
, in me uremises.
uu u.il nin.li, xisk., -ovemoer 33.
Jack A illiams, the leader of the Oli
phant train robbers, has been arrested
and in custody of Deputy. Sheriff Pem
bertbn. of Searcy county, who refuses
to jrive him up without the payment
of 81,500. The governor today seDt
T ... I) -v ' ,
his private secretary with a warrant
for Williams and Pemberton, the lat-
In,, oc nnnm.., .
..vvto-wi y iui ii'iuiDjr iO gave
hp the criminal, to be servil niu.
. - . . . . . . .
,ue persisted m reiui,mr to give up
Salisbury Marble Works.
4 LARGE VARIETY OF MARBLE ON IT AND TO ?ELECT-f0v
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J"
D2. -E03T. I. SA32SAY
Salisbury N. C.
Office Lours 9 a. m. to 5 p. ni.
DE. W. W. McSENZIE
OSTers his prnfe sioual services to the
citizens of Salisbury unci surrouudinp
community, lie can le found at his
office up siairnover the post uliice or ai
lvluttz stirug store.
In The Shoe Business
TInd In It To Stay.'
As an evuienee of our prices beii- HARD
HITTIullS, you have only to seethe ieeT
oratians ol our competitor's store fron's
AT COST! BELOW COST!
-BURSTED I -
This tells the who!e story in a nut shell.
They "ci'iinot compete with our prices and
ihey have four id out, too late that its
death to attempt it.
20')0 pairs of new sanipTe Shoes will be
thrown upon the market by us next week
atless thati f;iciorv evis .
ZESTTZT.r e22 CO.
Spoeial r-litcriiil l.'urre.-'t
tr 'J V-
pOXi .;l li : i .V lii !(,
- i IT.
p M i:cii-
I i !! :; a,.t an cm o- :. sou
no ? I !, v. i- I!-,'.- . t 'um iiiii :i:';t slrin
g ni;v ;s il,!.' country is now j.s inv
through was an eviil-uee of A n"fM.t.t
:lr.ek a'..i enb rpris.'. To m ike it s.
ciuj)ief.- mkt! -ys his: it liu tln-ialiy sunt
i:i J -oi:.t of ex!;. hits and ;;ttr;.rtiliss, is
1 i , ...
evit,.-;:' i' oj-1 1 c ' Vk csin.ei. is
: . i
j 1 1 ,UUJ) 11 1,1
! Ul u ',l " I'tic is every pnmns
that tiier.te receipts wiil be largely il:
i excess of the rxpeiuses.
On veieraus" Thmday smd Fri
day, 1 he buildings were croAdeel with
the old soldifis :n:d I heir irleiids.
j I can s.ifely pr'iu;se t4iat vi iiors wiii
; not Le disuppointel. There are many
attructions heje i'u 1 : v sis ex'x' le it, sm
j.lt il, VSild' I.'..:.. -ri... i
i .. .
theatre, with t he S rsille dancing fi 11?
! 1 he St me aS at Chicago. And nianv
n it. f i . "
joiin-i oi nie iiiii hvav i si'snuce a Ir e-
ti(i! h ive been lrpi:ht here.
'i he ''xiiibws of ni.miifaciiMed s:rti
cles a:,d aiicuhiir.d proslucts are sis
ooo.i as ever vets lit a sou"! he in exnosi-
i Tl r ,.
i 1 ho rcrris w be. 1 is large.en
; olve inose !!; UM no
a good idea of ils wonderf al
SfcEjy B E Q
88 R 11
H U B 0
for there ir.-.;ta;ior.s andsubsti
tutes, ley r. c peer stuff at the
best and i: crcrrc ycur misery.
Take'Simn:or.s L.iver Regulator
only. You v. id I ncw it by the
large red Z on the face of every
package and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness
and Sick Headache.
J. H. ZEilin & Co., Philad'a, Pa,
ua vs Vi5 Vs
- 'X - for X
Fire, Rents life a j JS:
Losses Froinptly Adjusts
J. M. PATT0N
Office atC. M.&II.M.I!
OA MAKE MOXEY
BV OBTAINING SVIwuiIRs Kor
The Southern Statss. :-
It is a beautifully illustrated u,
nagaztne devoted to tho s.,.,o, , J
lull of intere I for every i-exi.i,.,".., V."
Everybody Can A5:rd it
:I8 it costs only $1.50 ler e.n I". .
fur a single coiy. -
We Want :ui A-ent in V, ,v Sr..i...
Cil and Town. Wriie f,;,- " "rrD
ies aud particulars to tin- p
. - Balliim.re.-.Mil.
-Call notice fo-l lie fact that ih.'viiat'-r.j: .
tlie-tito-'k fiom Wwlr store nm uiniw tleirmn!
id i n.-ir .: oil I i tlt.Z.
and in order nvlu-.-e oiv sf.-.v-. v. i I ofrrr
for tlie next '
TilMU'Y DAYS i'X i::Y (i(H)D .
OU!:inlM- eo vtt:c;il 1 '!i;,t we . ka,e (or
'H:n-)LliJ i Uj li.p u 111 VS. .
Ur L. Spgnc
TP O, " . ' -i.
tlirers Ids' prnfesional serviies to.
Jll e i "oj.e f Mf)j.t.n,ei and d-joinii-.j:
C(iintics. Ad ! i Intu it
1 loy , N. 0.
h TO 7AR 2 5 TL1RS.
Tho pieces cf tcrlir:',' f li
ver ini:UU atttbe iiiits
or rest, preveut any
tis much Silver nsta i;taiid
than Ujrlit Sold i--UTersnd
;ot oac-Jjalf Uic,cost.
Eacli article Is rtxnyd
E. STEHLING-INLAID tE.
Accept no su'wutu'e.
Made Only by The JTolmes & E:o Stva C
And Sold by the Old ie
T Kr Mil
Main St.. Salisbury, N.C.
I Havtn? lvju;M. t:u- i:. i ' . !'
yi.uri.-s, I win . i i i .u. i .
I-.UOVVU Tilt, -for COIU 1
All persons are c:on i-.n.-
tiatiug any ntiU-s .urjiui ! !
, MM II )il' " .
made bv E. It. IV tit am
r... , .e r .i i.. ..II tJ t,i
.uonigoiucry count . .- vBr.
M . V I ...l:l.' .' T
notes Having iu--n .l r v:
e rat ion due t. ; : -t: .
been cariied vui ' ' '
sell iu relation tlui :- ,r,T
l yj L FtT,
ii. iv ni- I " j -n,,t:tf '
of J. S. Gooduili-.
eriven io an 'r'
!l ....r.illS .
claims aaihst- sai'l c-t i'- ' -i
tfrem. tlu! v-ant hent c d' 1r.1': tK
on or bef ore 'lolh ilav "1 ' )l t.Uef 'r
on th:s notice will '' 'a lllS ir
their recovery. Ann i '
deteil to said" estat-aiv If iv
V f IIIIIU
lyoii hut hmti
' 0090 I
oo oo j
t,-jf r'AsJ ft,
Lo to :ke iir mediufr " ' ,f,Tv-u;Hl
CLAU1SSA K. iWZ't
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