VOL. III. NO. 22.
SALISBURY, N,-jC. j FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1898.
10 Cents Per Week
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Focussed and Transmitted Into. Print
- Tiy a Sun . Heporter. .
TEACHERS MEET TO-MORROW.
The Comedy Drama to be Given " by; Rowan's Association Meets . at the
Talent Monday Night.
Graded School House.
LEROY SMITH, CITY EDITOR.
TELEPHONE NUMBER 4.
Uncle Josh, Mondny night at
the opera house.
4 "Uncle Josh, " the comedy drama The next meeting of the Rowan
to be given by home talent Mon- County Teachers' Association will
day. night, should be ' seen to be be held in the graded school build
enjoyed. A Sun man, by special ing; to-morrow, beginning at 10
invitation, was present during a o'clock a. m.
part of last night s rehearsal and lhe following is the program:
can recommend it to all theatre- How shall we secure better at-
goers. The parts are indeed well tendance in the public schools?
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Af,.i,:iw. n..:io n i ; 1 - -
:. MU' .Kvr Mid conception .of the lines taken. General discussion.
The drama r consists of four acts
Weather Forecast: F air, cooler and is very tine throughout.
tonight. I? air Saturday. - - The company to present the
Best method of teaching spell
ing, leader, 11. C: Corriher.
General discussion. I
Best method of teaching Eng-
Mattinm;. Japan and China iroods PIaJ is made up of Salisbury folks;
10c per yard atLichtenstein's. U
thft stacrri hero. RPivo.rnl times hfvfnre, Tliidsnn.
Spark's circus is heruled this in.homo Llays. . General discussion.
way. -it win m ounsuu.jr uU The rehearsal last riirht indicate The exercises at these meetings
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Mr. J. J. West, who has been may expect a treat Monday night, live and every teacher in the coun-
kept at home by sickness, is able
to be out again.
The Faith boys have received
their band instruments. Prof'
Darr will be .their teacher.
No meeting of. the EpwOrth
League will be held to-night on
account of the Schoolfield meeting-
A little child in Faith swallowed
a nail Sunday. March 20tb. It is
doing well so far,. but its parents
are very uneasy.
ty should be present at this meet
ing and join the association.
Officers td be Elected.
The regular devotional meeting
of the LMher League will be held Special Service For Children.
at St. John's Lutheran Rev. J. E. Schoolfield will con
A business meeting of duct a special service for children
thelLeague will bp field in connec- at the Methodist church to-mor-
tioii with the devotional service row afternoon at 3 o'clock
and officers for the next three
months will be elected. No Meeting: of the Sir Knights To
There will be no meeting of the
Mr. I Wellbrook Leaves.
Mr. John Wellbrook left last Sir Knights of the Uniform Rank,
A full line of womens and chil- where he
Fortress Monroe, Va., Knights of Pythias, tonight, lhe
goes to loin the army, meeting has been postponed on
drens shoes and oxfords "Burt's As I previously mentioned Mr. account of the Schooltield meeting.
own make" just received. Every WellbroGk stood his examination The members will bold their next
before ILieut. Davis and. passed meeting Tuesday night after the
successful! v. He is a mechanic, meeting of their regular lodge.
and besides drawing pay as a
soldier he will get wages for work- Day of Hearing.
Large Smyrna Squares and Jn-t
grain Art Squares at Lichtenstein's.
Efforts are being made to have
the Methodist church , packed at
the meeting for men only Sun- e -L b a
inivnftf rnonn I -I l
v,j . . f L i i ;..u i l
has been placed in the central office
ing; in shops.
To-day is the time for the .hear
ing of the W. N. C. receivership
case before J udge Alclver at Ash-
boro. This hearing was to have
been held in Lexington on the
C. C. Wyatt, was married to rlr. 1 0 the Salisbury telephone ex-1 16th but was postponed to allow
; Vliy OI Uie SUOSCriDeiS iue piaiuuus umc iu fiiv a. icjniui-
ouble in ringing up' pen- tion, the defendant having filed an
bear in mind that wnile answer to the petition ot the plain
lit 1. -K ' ' l T"l f J
alter lMirrage at irooron .oaiui -j CDa:nd-e.
day, tnc iL'in 01 iiarcn. .. havin t
Mrs. Margaret Eller died at traj will
Faith last night and will be buried the boar
"at-St. Paul's this evening. Mrs.
Eller was the mother of Mr. Jack
The motto of the Carolina Rack
et is "Honest goods for honest
money." This store has a new Enterpr
and interesting advertisement in going to
this issue of the Sun.
Fine India Linons beginning at
5c per yard at Lichtenstein's.
The family of Mr. J. M.
Linn, of the Southern, .are prepar
ing to move from Salisbury. Mr.
Linn will remain and continue
with the Southern.
The force of hands who have
been at Oxana, Ala., erecting a
depot for E; A. Vilson, contrac
tor, came home this morning hav
ing finished the building.
the "drops" -work tiffs.
rather hard. This trouble w.ill soon
Another Mill for Albemarle.
Debate at Enoch ville.
The students of the Enochville
High School, on Wednesday night
borne Damage by I High " Winds A
. Heavy Rain.
SPAIN WANTS TO
TRATE WITH U.
50Q CONVERTS IN THE STATE.
The Mormons Said to be Growing
Rapidly in Numbers.
THE CABINET IN CONFERENCE.
McKinley Has the Report Crowds
at the Capitol and Excitement is .
Intense-Schley Ordered to
-z y Command New Squadron
Senate Conhnittee is ,
; Ready for Report.
DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
: 'MADRID STIRRED UP.
Madrid, j March 25. -This city is
Yegterday afternoon a Heavy Mormon elders are now working
rain visited this, portion of the in the neighborhood of Union
State, accompanied by a fall in. church, maHng a house to house
temperature. , ' ; V " canvass. $
To the west of the city there The operations of the Mormons
was a V considerable wind storm, in the State have been brought to'
At Mooresville a cyclone is re- the public attention through -the
ported. A letter from that place press in the State during the .past
to the Charlotte Observer says: t few weeks. , Yesterday a repre-
4 'This afternoon- about 4 o'clock sentative of the Raleigh Post in
quite a little cyclone swept j over terviewed Elder Stohl with ref er
town,doing considerable damage, ence to, the work of the. Mormons
The Methodist school house was in North Carolina. He said:
lifted from its pillars and set on u We are strongest here in.
the ground. The house was full Wake count', having two organ-
of school children, and .a few of ized churches, one at Varina and
them were slightly injured. The the other at Eagle Rock. The
colored school house was blown Varina church has a membership
down and badly damaged.' of 24 and " the other at Eagle
A house at Mr. Clark Patter- Rock has 18 memhftYTr One of -
son's tan yard containing leather the Wake county nonjfts
now in a state of great excitement,
knowing that the report of the and hides, was swept away, scat- Uoined our conference
Rnnrd nf Tnnnirv is teriDS tDe nouseand its contents in Klder Way land Todd, of Eagle
th hands of the President eveT di?ction; Iso, quite a Rock, and is now laboring in Hyde
I iiuiiiuer oi smaii caoms were Diown i countv
of the United States. It is an-i,irtW j,, ' --t t.,i- i : u i
The wind storm
I " . I 'W & jrw 1 V KJU7 VAJV4 A KArJ V
endeavor to arbitrate der, rollowed by heavy ram.f7 Suhday. ,lt is our purpose to
United States govern-
if possible, avert war
between the two countries.
; TO BE CABLED TO MADRID. !
Washington; March 25. The A Wedding
report of the Court of Inquiry
was handed to President McKin
ley this morning and immediately
the members of the Cabinet were
Parties from different parts of establish a Mormon church here
the county report having ( rains in Raleigh. !
but no damage on account of "The Morrpn faith is growing
winds. 4 - ranidlv in N rth Carolina. "We
are much grlfified with our efforts
Another wedding was solemn- buildings where worship is con
ized in' Sheriff Monroe's office this ducted, and there are two other
afternoon. The contracting! par- church buildings in course of con
ties were J. W. Jackson and Jane .struction. There is a total church
Taylor, white, both of Davie membership of 500. There are
called into conference. A synop- county. 4 ? J 2 organized Sunday schools.
sis of the report will be cabled to The ceremony was performed v nenever we have a sufficient
the Spanish go vernment at Madrid.
Nothing in regard to the matter
has been given out to the . public.
Crowds arsj gathered around, -the
by Esquire D. M. Miller.
number of converts a church is
- "There are 5i elders in North
To Leave Monday.
Mr. J. h. Rondlenian, who has Cai-olma conference and they are
ioehtlv accented a position' as orinS without purse or script.
capitol and intense excitement pre- speciai affCnt for North Carolina Ne never make any charges for
voile . ! " iu iTnj oi,. tcjiuI; preaching nor do we receive any
r-i ... . - j; Ti-iiiiL-salary from our churches. lhe
TO COMMAND NEW SQUADRON. pjuanauij vajuiimuj'jUiiaiiuuiuio,
MA will MAn.r nl foni expenses of each elder are sustain-
vvasnington, iMarcn zo.--iom- . . . , - , - ed individually.
modore scmey nas been ordered He win make a western tour
by the Navy Department to xom-
Crowell, of the Stanly discussed this question:
se, was nere tms morning i xvusuiveu, iu-u iuu uuhcu owlcs
Concord. In this week's should defend Cuba.
se iVLiv Urowell says: -ti-iier an interesting ueuaio uiu
nsman, Mr. Claudius A. judges decided in favor of the af-
has been negotiating with hrmative side.
some gentlemen of Mt Holly and
Mt. Pleasant, looking to the build- Almost a Fatal Accident.
' f k II S ' ' A 1 . aI I '
mg oi Aioemaries inird cption . What came near being a fatal
mill. A j large portion of the cap- accident happened near Dr.
ital has been raised and active op- po0ps . in Providence township,
a' Jl aI i ..'11! i.. 1 i 1 . . . h '
erauon on me ouiiuing. is expected Wednesday', afternoon. - Isaac
to commence soon. . rj-wiv nirt urnd T-lsrii'ir rii c:
horse started to run. He held to
Family Frightened, the line and was draped ar con-
I : . I j , ram
The fiimily of Mr. Albert Mil- siderable distance.
mand the new flying squadron at
"The Private Secretary."
FOR TH REPORT.
iNo -aid is re
ceived from the church in Utah.
I have been in the State three
years and I have riol received one
penny from the people here, . but
Mr. Eon B. Williams, represent-I have supported myself through
ing the Private Secretary coin-
March 2o. The V"y, town. The Private
my own efforts and through aid
from members of my. relations.
Several Kentuckians who had (j(hl Hi
been to the launching of the new
battleship, Kentucky, at Newport
News yesterda3r; were here this
morning returning from that place.
A telephone line is to connect
lives six miles this side of Mr. Goodman's shoulder blade
1, was badly frightened was broken and a sevenrinch gash
early this morning by the appear- was cut in his head. v
ance of i dog which showed' signs Dr. .Pool was summoned and he
of madness; ' is looking after the iniured mane'
Between 4 and 5 o'clock, just Our informant was at Mr. Good-
after thd family had gotten" up, a man's yesterday and ' savs he is
six or eight days.
me checked Nainsooks at 5c hold of d fire poker and killed the
per yard at Lichtenstem s. animal in short order.
stfancrft iloxr ' with histonicrnfi hadlv vpcf inior Vp.rv wftll
xt t . 1 u oi:v.. w- r ' ws , j ....
uuuuu auu "uxy swollen? black? and hanging from
exenange soon. votk on xne v
line was commenced this - week, i ,.u.L.i . i
, . .... I auu. Buuvyeu a uipuiuuu iu uLiautt.
Z A 111 1 . ' I , f.
. . . , i 1 those in niie room.
mouth, came into the house a "Rnrcriar -
A burglar was discovered in Mr,
G. T Dickert's bed-room about a
One of the boys, however, got
Maj. Pemberton of
along very well now.'
to walk some, but it id
will never fully! recover from the
effect of the stroke of paralysis
which has affected .half his bod v.
Several saloons and a dozen or
more stores were closed this morn
ing between 10 and 11 o'clock, the
proprietors having signed ah
agreement yesterday to close dur
ing the morning I service at the
Methodist church each day except
? . F and napkins in I our ad. Double
quarter after one o'clock Wednes
day night. Mr. Dickert lives in
the Lutheran ' parsonage. - The
back door of the house, Mr. Dick
ert thinks, -was left open and that
He is able faced dalnaske, 72 anches wide, at the man entered by that means.
$1.00. J. R. C. Brown, Jr. & Co
Call on me or phone No. 51 for
cab. W. F. Kelsey.
NO CURE-NO PAY
That is the wav all Drueeists sell GROVES
TASTELliSS CHILL. TON lO for Chills ana ofl'
ply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form,
Children lqve it. Adults prefer it to bitter,
nauseating 'ionics. nce ooc.
The burglar was first discovered
by Miss Gussie Dickert, a sister of
Mrs. Dickert, who is spending
some time with her. The screams
of I Miss Dickert awakened her
brother-in-law who started up when
the man fled. There was nothing
Hammocks for SOcts at J. R. C.
Brown, Jr. & Cq's.
Cottage for rent by J. H. Buis.
I make a specialty of children's wear,
Mrs. 15. D.IIurley.
Secretary will be seen attheppera This is our belief.
house on next Wednesday night.
Senate committee on foreign rela-
tions ready to receive the report This annouDcement is alone iiSffi- ' Superintendent Mebane has a
cient to insure a large audience. plan which he thinks will cause
The company presenting the school committees to be more care
Private Secretary is headed by the ful how and for what they give
favorite comedian, Edward jTrav- orders for public school money,
ers,' who will be seen as Douglas He proposes to have the receipts
Cattermole, the bogus curate, and disbursements of the public
! I .
from the President.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
Key Wrest, March 25. A dis
patch received here f rdm the De
partment at Washington asks of
uommanuer oampson n me orui Charles Barrington, the well school fund published.
Atlantic squadron could sail at a known New York actor, is playing
dav's notice. ttev. noot. opauiding, tne sancti- Mrs. Marv Harris, mother of
monious secretary, with hisjnour- Mr. W: M. Harris, fell last night
ishment, his goloshes and his goods while preparing to retire and in
and chatties. Mr. Barrington is iured her hip quite badly. Dr.
The Meeting. "
On nnrnnnf ff vnrv 1hnlp.1riP.nt
weather the! congregation at tUe cret''tei by the critics as being the McKenzie," who was .al!edi in
Methodist churck last night was . ' . ", 7 t . COUKl no1 '.asceraun mst mI,L
not so large as at previous ser- " 4" -j-s wnetner tne nip,rone -was oroen
much. The rich East Indian vm- or. not.
cle with a troublesome liver,! is in-
I . , ' , , terpreted by the no less famous The Executive Committee of the
ber being augmented by clerks J. ... . , . c, , m , , -. t l , .
and merchants who were enabled
to attend by the closing jof stores
during the hour of service.
. To-morrow services , will be
conducted at the same hours as on
prayer, meetings are
all days this
actor, Frank Wallace, while the otate leacbers' Assembly meets at
whole cast is unquestionably the Greensboro to-day. The pro
strongest ever connected with the gramme of the assembly will be
piece. . ; arranged and the place of mcet-
Seats will be placed ocl sale ing settled. It is almost sure that
Monday Prices 75, 50 and 25c. the assembly will meet m Ashe-
being held this afternoon at dif- Without limit 'as to time . and
ferent homes in the city.
Miss Blanche Watson and
without credentials, anybody enti- UltherofGreenville; c n are '
tied to this benefit. By the yard exnected to arrive here to-ni.o-ht
Headquarters for Easter 'Bon nets at or by the piece, Barker Mills 4-4 on a visit to Mr. and. Mrs. S. L.
ro K 'TY Tlnrlnir'a tm ' l J'T-y a' r . t f" .. I
Mrs. B, IX Hurley.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY- . .
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All Druggists refund the money if it fails to
Cure 25c b : .
Bleached Domestic for the entire
season at 5c per yd. Present: stock
on hand 3500 yds. 6000 mbre in
transit. Lichtenstein's Dry Goods
'Miss Watson is a
Read every word of our new ad.
and then come down and see how
many things we have and can't
advertise without filling the paper.
r-J. R. C Brown, Jr. & Co.
liead what we say in our adver
tisement about ribbons, hamburgs
and laces J. R. C. Brown,! Jr. &
Co. " 1 - -
sister of Mrs.' Swicegood.
JUST ARRIVED More new spring
millinery at Mrs. B.-.D. Hurley's.
Pattern Hats every week through
the season at Mrs. B.' D. Hurley's.
J. T. Wr3ratt is putting up
another residence near his old one
at Faith. "
. Read what we have to say about
handkerchiefs in our ad. J. R. C.
Brown, Jr. & Co.
For nice children's wear call on Mrs.