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    SALISBURY DAILY SUN.
. (DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAY.)
JOE X. ROUECHE. t
CLINT. N. BROWN, f
Proprietors.
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Six Months,
Three - - - . - - -One
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Dollvered by Carriers to any part of the city
witnouT. extra cosi.
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.10
Vor advertising rates apply to the publishers
Office over Burt's shoe store, on Main street.
Entered at postofflce s seconu-elass matter.
Salisbury, N. C, Aug. 25, 1898
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
"iTor Congress Seventh District :
THEO. F. KLUTTZ,
i of Rowan. i
For Solicitor Eighth District: !
WILEY RUSH, .
. of Randolph. I
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For the Legislature:
LEE S. OVERMAN,
D. R. JULIAN.
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For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. G. WATSON,
For Register of Deeds:
v II. N. WOODSON,
For Sheriff:
J. M. MONROE.
For Treasurer:
J. SAM'L McCUBBlNS, JR.
For Cotton Weigher:
G. II. JPAGE.
For Coroner:.
E. ROSE DORSETT.
For County Surveyor:
C. M. MILLER.
For County Commissioners:
J. FRANK McCUBBlNS,
SAN FORD IIENLY,
P. D. LINN.
SHOULD BE BUILT. j
Seeking the best interest of Sal-!
isb u r y w e call attcn tion again to -J
drlv to the need of a street railwav
in the city. Certainly a st ret t
rail vaT line should be built. It is
,
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-The tenth statistical report of
the interstate! commerce ,commis
sior shows a total railway mileage
in t lis country in the year ended
J uiie 30, 1897, of 184,428 miles,
over
use
an
ncrease bfv 1,651 miles
1896. The locomotives in
werte 35,986, passenger cars
freight iars 1,221, 730
926
198
investment in railways was 10,
635j008,074, of which $5,365,612,-
255 was stock and $5,270,365,819
i ' '
wasl funded, debt. The number of
passengers carried was 489,445,-
tons of freight, 741,705,946.
iThe Madrid corresjkmdent of
the London Times says: "One pa
per here declares boldly on au-j
thoiity of an anonymous French"
diplomatist that owing to MJ Hon
taux's exertions, a treaty of alli
ance' has been signed between
Spain, France and RussiaV with
the
signed
object
of
counteracting the
Anglo-German influence itf Mor
rocqi Other papers mentioned
the matter, but without affirming
thati
the treaty has been actually
"Eole" Piearsell, a well-known
New? York gambler, ; won $35,000
in a poker gatne at the club house
in Saratoga the other night. The
othd
Tho
upsun and John Kelly of New Paring a popular appeal to the
York and Tod Sloane, the jockey.
The
peripnce.
mea
had
New
4EWS OF THE.DAT.
Telegraphic News Condensed for the Conveo
lence of Hasty Renders. :
Business is booming. at Manila
ami the city continues quiet.
I J. A. P. Fisk, who weighed 560
pounds, died Yesterday in New
York.
, The Navy . Department opened
bids for sixteen torpedo boat de
stroyers and; twelve torpedo boats.
I All the Madrid newspapers an
nounce that the Cortes will as
semble between September 6 and
10. i . , :
j Leading Spanish 'residents, of
Cuba have recently been receiving
threatening letters from insur
gents. The steamer which was sunk at
h
the entrance of San Juan harbor
has been partly removed and ves
sels may now enter. - i
f Middleton Thompson, a "freight
conductor, wasruaover and killed
at Winchester, Wa.., yesterday
while coupling cars.
Adjutant-General Cor bin Ex
pects to make public to-day the
list of regiments that vvill be mus
tered out of service, i
r jdayers . were
latter got
"Butch" Residents of Jamaica are pre-
$3,100 worth of ex-
jLieutenaiit Peter Javanowics,
wh(J won rank and decorations ga
lore in the Sef-vi-in army, came to
America to' help tight Spain, , but
i.L t".
as hp had only $10 and no visible
hs of support, under the law he
o be pre
York.-
ventel from entering
T
'cent
i
nas
ler
fetarf
lead
us ri
The Ilobson-kissed girl has
declined an offer to appear at a
Kan'sas fair. Doubtless she would
have thrown the prize vegetables
and other exhibits into the shade.
W
ashingtori Post.
The Recent Outrage.
Wnjiiington Star. l "
indi nation of eve'rv de
white iian in Wilmington houses of their order, in Balti
Iv 5irrnorl iw Up more, to nurse sick soldiers 'and
?rial which appeared sailors in this country and Cuba.
recent isfeue of the negro pa- Henry Iabouchere, in Lyndon
Lallel I hti Daily Record. Ihe Truth, savs that if the United
trusts-, hb We ver, that it will States embarks on a spirited poli
i of violence. Let
ie
Uritish Parliament in ravor ot an
nexation to the United States. j
Mrs. Kate Morgan, while de
spondent over her husbands
drinking habits, killed herself and
her two children in New York. I
i
The London Lancet, referring
to the Prince of V ales' injured
knee, discourages the fear that he
will be permanently lame.
Nearly the whole Anglo-Egyp
tian army, under General Kitchen
er, is encamped at Wadhamid, 55
miles from Khartoum, in the Sou-
dan. !
A t'phoid epidemic at Belfast,
is gnwmg rapiu.'y. oix nunureu
cases have been reported in I three
weeks and every hospital is tilled
to overflowing., " J
Ninety-four Sisters of .Charity
have been senti from the branch
Who can understand ' the Em-
peror or trie iiermans f une mo
ment doing something crazy; the
next acting with commendable san
ity. It is said that he intends to
ride into Jerusalem this fall sitting
- A ft r
upon an ass. And now all ; Ger
many is wondering at a speech he
recently made at Mayence in which
he called his hearers umy fellow-
citizens." lhink of a believer in
he divine right of Kings doing
such a sane and republican thing
as that.- Charlotte Observer.
The formal; transfer of the
Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and
Louisville Railroad to the South-
ern Railway, wTas executed yester
day. The consideration was $901 ,-
T10. The road: runs from Knox
ville, Tenn.,4o Middlesboro, Ky.,
a distance or u nines, ine saie
of the Knoxville Belt line to the
Southern .-Rail way was also con
firmed yesterday. ' '
to no act
Nor
the
bearable; but
great host that will
the
last
negro
vestige
Butlerism ana
w cutaway
ton
iwill be
j..tii.iCi:,.i ...is: I I,
cer be connected by a choap i and jn a
easy transportation, and at oncei
Spencer, is building up, nipkllyj
More stores will soon be estab-
lished there when it will 'not be
. i
necessary for people to.-make pur-j
chases in Salisbury. Once this
occurs we will lose Spencers
i
trade. The merchant's and busi:
- -
ness men of Salisbury . should see
that the line is built. They are
standing in their own light to re;
main indifferent in the matter and
let the .business which they could
hold slip from them, merely
through a lack of energy. The
enterprise would pay them well, j
s The real estate men and citizens
generally of the town, also, should
take up the question of a street
railway line to Spencer. It would
be of much value to the town. An
investment in the road would pay
almost all classes of our citizens.
Property would be enhanced in
vaiue, besides strangers would be
much more impressed with the
town if we had the street railway.
By all means- let us have the
. road.' The matter should be dis
cussed. Talk of it to your neigh
bor. Agitate the question at
every opportunity. Keep talking
until something is done. J
The railway would be a great
benefit to Salisbury. I 1
ecn' jus
pjui viuieuue. Mt3t Cy ot annexation an autocrat is
ot weaken the strong position likely to take die reins of power!
we now occupy. Such dastardly
attacks on the white women of
kh Carolina as that made by
I-
A letter has been received in
Washington from Admiral Cer-
vera stating that the kind treat-
7L ... . , ,i ment of the Spauish prisoaers in
they will help swell lT .A , 0t . ... .v
'u mi u 4. the United States will be appreci-
organ
are aknost . un-
x l Lll. .l! U UZ. O
me puns uuiiei tut; wuiw uicu s
banner in November, when the
put be prodent. The
of Russellism and
Negroism will be
It is unde rstood that . t h p , - h ier-
archy of Porto Rico will be at
once attached to the Catholic
church in America. The admin
istration of the church in Cuba
Be brave, I
time may come in the near future will, be supervised from the United
wh4u the white men of Wilining- States.
called on to defend
themselves and their homes, nd
i i
for this they will be prepared.
Bui let us not be the aggressors.
Remember
lina who are
ble
Bu
selfi
that , there are men
Ii in authqritr in North Caro-
for sue
i committed 1
indirectly responsi-
outrages as that
.i
y tne , negro
organ.
for men j ike Daniel L. Rus-
The London Mail's Copenha
gen correspondent reports that Ja
compromise has been arrived at
between England and Russia, . the
latter getting her way in the rail
way question in China,' and Eng
land securing concessions in other
directions. In any
must pay for it all.
case, China
Marlon Butler and Oliver H.
Dockery, there would have been
cl..
Wilmington would not now be un-
deij Republican negro rule, and
nave been no; negro
organ here to defame our women.
Sclf:control is one of the highest
courageous manhood.
white men of Wil
attributes of
Arfe not the
mihgton equal to the occasion
it is no uncommon tmng now
hnar mn ivhn formerlv MftiiiflLtill completely used 4ip. 5 Electric
r: r , ' ; I nrn - . 1 1 . - i . . .
h the Populists saving that m. remedy mat
A , horrible accident occurred
yesterday on the Atlantic Coatt
Line Railroad at a crossing known
as Grossman's, a short distance
from Petersburg, Va. Mr. J. P.
Condery, a prosperous farmer,
was returning home with his wife
and little ion 'in a buggy, and
wheu he reached the crossing the
. -tot i :
young horse he was driving be
came unmanageable and carried
the party upon the track m front
of a train. All the occupants of
the buggy were instantly killed.
No Uncommon Thing.
The Sure La Grippe Care.
There is no use suffering from
this dreadful malady, if you will
only get the right remedy. You
are having pain all through your
body, your. liver is out of order,
you have no appetite, no life or
Huioiiiuu, uuvo a, oaa co id, in iact
to
wi
they, have had enough of that par
ty! j that thej see te leaders are
simply working for places for
themselves, and that hereafter
lh3y will vote with the Demo
cr its. We heard jnen talking so
Saturday. Louisburg Tiuies.
will give you promut ami sure fe-
ief. They act directly on your
Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone
in me whole system and make
vou feel like a, new being. They
u.irauieeu 10 cure .pr price
reiunded. x or sale at' T. F.
Kluttz & Co's drug store, oiily 50
cents per oouie.
Day before yesterday two ne
groes, living near Reaver's View,
neither of whose Dames' could be
learned becanie involved in a row,
which may result in the death of
one. it seems that a vounof necro
named Walter had planned to
elope with the (wife of one Dave.
Wednesday evening ' he went to
the house, and finding the husband
waiting for him in the! door, he
supposed the wife had betrayed
him, and commenced to shoot
through the door at her. The
husband used his pistol to defend
his better half and numerous shots
were exchanged. In the scuffle
which ensued, i the husband
shot in tho ieg, the ball
up into his body. The wound
was dressed by Dr. J. T. Sevier,
who thinks it to be of a dangerous
nature. The man who did the
shooting escaped. Asheville Citi
zen. ' j';
was
ranging
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SEVERAL
HUNDRED PAIRS OF
AMOUS
AFE
URE
PEEDY
HE. LE CLAIR'S
FRENCH REMEDY
Never Fails.
ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS
Of ladies as a periodical regulator without an equal,
successful when Cotton Root. Pennyroyal. Ergot, etc..
have proven worthless, 23 two-cent stamps brings trial
package, and convinces the most skeptical of their won
derful properties. Send 4 centsin stamps for pamphlet,
containing valuable information for ladies., ' Address
Lk Clair Pill Co., U. S. Agents, Boston, Mass.
N. B. All correspondence confidential and returned
with trial package.
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Far Sale in Salisbury by Jos Plumnier
Foi Yeai's
STIEFF pianos
have leen recognized and used by
the greatest musicians the world
over. Alter years ot use the
Stieff retains its original tone in
spite of age. It is the only world-
renowned piano so I iV direct from
factory and buyers are beginning
to realize what they save in the
middleman's margm on the high
est grade piano. We also sell a
medium grade piano for 200 to
250 that retailers sell for $275 and
$325. Our Charlotte wareroom
stock is elegant and complete. It
will pay you to write for cata
logues and prices, lerms to suit.
Chas. M. Stieff,
Piano Manufacturer.
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CHARLOTTE BRANCH:
Wareroom, 213 N. Try on St.
THE SOUTHERN STOCK MUTUAL
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AMD
UNDERWRITERS
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF GREENSBORO.
Pays a dividend to policy holders of 20
per cent, and In cases of loss
SETTLES their claims PROMPTLY
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What other companies do as much
for you i . '
T- S- MARSH,
"" . . Agknt.
Office between Link & Ragland and G. W
WriKhfc. , : ; i.
M BUS :BS
ml
III
Including
this
goods shown
close at
some of the finest
season, that we will
65c. on the dollar of the
regular price.
riie sizes in ladies are mostly 3, 3, 4 and some few large sizrs.
These goods are slightlv damaged in appearance from handling, but
are lust as good as those usually sold at almost twice the prices we
ask for these. ' !
XJSIT
SALISBURY,
N. C.
SMI
Sale
Slioes
& HENDLEMAN',
, L A DIES SHOES, (small sizes) at 10, 25, 50 and 75c. per pair.
MISSES SHOES, 10, 25, 40, 50 and 75c. per pair. ;
CI1ILDKENS SHOES, fa big assortment) at 10, 25, and 50c. ner
pair. . i j.-. - i . -. . r ;; v - "... . T, ;
The above sroods must be stld tn nruikp. rnnm fnr nur birr etrir'lr nf
inter Shoo.
i:
We are receiving new Winter goods, itumany lines.
Big Assortment of Shirts. Hats. Carnets and Ru trs. ennucrh fur
everybody. . ! .
ew Stock of Nice Trunks suitable for school boys and girls.
Table, Tin and Wood wares.
Last but not least. Eatables. II Well we have so nuinv rrnnfl lhfnrrK
jt is. useless to try to tell about them, but if you will come we will
oow you inejDestironi .. manxJaJs JimLjal-o tho AowmrmlowD.
1 ours to Serve,
1 ' . - . . . . .
(SIM W iwifffnilirinr
. ;IId U d I UMiJiilL p :
Mammoth Furniture Emporium.
Clmroli High School,
FOR BOYS.
Next Session Begins Sept, 5, 1898
: DRAIICII CRAIGE, Pkikcu al.
Klutf as & Meixdileiaia
Words fail to describe the beauty
of our Furniture in design, up
holstery or perfect finish. Our
Library Tables, Book Cases
Leather Couches and Leather
Chairs are rich -and ornamental,
as well as" durable and eminently
useful. Our Curio Cabinets are
what tho collectors of specimens
need.
Has the largest stock in the city to select from, and while his, goods
are New, Stylish and up to date in jevery particular, his
PRICES AKE THE LOWEST.
A Specialty.
He has a line'of CASKETS, BURIAL ROBES, Etc.,
unsurpassed-the State. Personal attention given to '
EHBALHING AND DIRECTION OF FUNERALS
oinriie Sihide ESilostoes
a
D
Our selling prices sell our Shoes.
The small proft helps us by helping you.
ads. are not given the lie in our sinm
Our
Great values joined to low prices become
elegant. . -
NeA line of Black and Tan Vici Kid Shoe
just in.
s
0. M. H. M. Brown.
    

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