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So come at once and get some of the
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bargains we now, offer in SUMMER
GOODS, and make your pocket-book
grow fat. j
To give you
25c goods now go
16Hc " "
$1.25 waists "
98c Straw Hats "
"We must have room for our FALL
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STOCK, which will soon come, so make
these moving prices.
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Groceries
Do you want to buy groceries? If
you do you should not fail to call and
see me. 1 carry a full line. j-
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I hare also the best shad, &c,
brought to this market. I
Fish Pays FHIDAY and SATUR
DAY. Call and see me. 1 1
Yours truly,
C. H. SVINK.
Cheeks Like the
Mountain Pink
are rewards for using Madame Ai
Kuppert's Face - Bleach. There
may be a well-founded prejudice
against specif
ics' of a cer
tain kind, but
do not let the
fault of harmful-
nostrums
be visited up
on such a su
perb prepara
tion as this.
Give it a trial
and you will find that it is not on
y positively harmless, but a thor
ough health promoter. Mme.
Jluppert'sT preparations - are all
.guaranteed to be beneficial, and
have proven so in thousands of
well attested cases. Face Bleach,
&2 per bottle; Egyptian Balm, $1;
Hair Tonic, 1; Gray Hair Resto
rative, $2.50; Depilatory $1. j
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& Complete Line of Building. Miteria!
MOBILIZED. !
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When you want a. house you will find
everything necessary to its j
completion within our . j
Fortifications.
very necessary adjuncts to our
FLEET is the Famous Linieton
. (Va.) lime wood-burnt and the j
best on the market, now on i
sale. Also the exclu- j
sive sale of the j
CELEBRATED ASBESTOS TAINT
manufactured by II. W. JohnAs Mf.
Co., New York; which is now in stock.
GIVE US A CAI.Z.. j '
jCordially, j
C. J3L. RICE.
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fete
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an Idea
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12ic.
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75c.
25c.
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Somethinfr All Desire,
but do nol Always
Achieve.
My stock
is guaranteed BEST
ALITY.
Prir.f rwti trw Imw to pnnsist-
E with SUPERIOR VALUE.
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Respectfully,
M. M'CULLOH.
T.
P. S. Agent for Flieschmaun's
Compressedj Yeast. -
JrtOne door above postoflice.
For $20 the j
tandard Accident
INSURANCE COMPANY
Offers the MOST EQUITABLE
$5,000 Accident Insur
: "ance Policy
E
T
VER ISSUED, which pays for PA R-
ALi as well as TOTAL. UISABIL
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Y. 52 weeks indemnity $25 per
week.
iOSS
both
hands, both feet, hand
ana root or ootn eyes, o,uoo.. tugn&
hand or either leg above knee, $2,500.
lAft hand or either leg above ankle,
$1 000. Ohej eye $650. : -1
ENEFITS DOUBLED if injured in
wreck of public conveyance propell
ed by steam, or electricity. I
XL H. CRAWFORD & BRO.,
General Agfnts for Not;th and South
i Carolina.
SSTLocal Agents Wanted. ' i
HIND1PO
restores VITALITY
Made a ?
Well Man
THE '-or.
of Me.
REAT
RFNCH REMEDY produces the above resplt
! Ill 30 day$. ICrc tvenuui jjcuuiijr . impute "1
Varicocele, Failing Memory. Stops all drains and
lofcses caused by errcrs 01 youm. u wares on i,
salnitv and Consumption. Young Men regain Man.
gilves vigor and size to shrunken organs, nd fits
a knan lor business or marriage. Easily carried i
ihV vest nocket. Price Cfl PTC 6 Boxes $2.5
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I - .. Phferar-hHl
J ft JGnms8 Druggist
James Roebuck, , a young un
married man from near Everett's,
was killed in the planing mills at
Parmele Saturday evening." lie
was putting a large belt . on the
drive wheel under the planing de
partment, when he was caught by
the belt and mangled to death be
fore, the machinery could be
stopped. One arm was torn off
and thrown some distance and one
leg was also torn off, The belt
had to be cut to get his body out,
and he breathed one time after-
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wards Greenville Weekly.
j" While boring a well Thursday
afternoon on the' farm of E. B.
4 I
Borden, near thiscity, the work
men were delighted to find the
water gushing forth from the pipe
and spouting in a bold streaui five
feet above the ground. This, is
the first artesian well ever bored
in this section, and many of our
citizens have decided, to try their
luck in boring deep wells. Golds
boro Headlight-
. "Dear Harry," wrote his chutiif
who was in camp at Key West, 4I
have had only one letter from my
girl since I came down here. Are
you looking after her, as you
promised ?" ,
'Dear Jerry," wrote his friend
in response, . "I am six evenings
in thq week." Chicago Tribune.
Democratic Senatorial Convention
The Democratic Convention for
the 20th Senatorial District, com
posed of the counties of Rowan,
Davidson and Forsythe will be
held at the court house in Ixx
i iigton , Day ktson co un ty , on . Sat
urday the .17th day of September,
1S9J5, at. 12 - o'clock for the pur
posy of nominating two candidates
to represent said district in the
next (Jeneral Assembly and tor
the transaction of such other
business as may properly come
before it.
By order of the Committee.
Fv C RoimitNs, Ch'm.
Aug 22, 1808.
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs.
.1.. Ii 1 In t( nltfn
" Was taken with a bad cold which
settled on my lungs; cough set in
and finally terminated in Con
sumption. Four doctors gave rue
up, saying I could live but a short
time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined if I could not
stay with my friends on earth, 1
would meet my absent ones above.
My: husband was advised to get
Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and jColds.
I gave it a trial, took in all eight
bottles. It has cured me, and
thank God I am saved and now
a5 well and healthy woman." Trial
bottles free at T. F. Kluttz & Co's
drusr store. Regular size 50c. and
1. Guaranteed or price refunded.
Southern
IN PfKEtrr AUGUST 7, 1WW. j
This VM(l(if'st'1 schedule is putllshed as
8:45 1 m No 35. dlly iF AtluijJ uqd phrr
Trains leavt? SSsilislmry. N V
Jotje AJr llne tuvxsloil UMO ill! plHf5 SfHUU
mid southwest; carries tl wiuli Pullmuu
(tjiwiiig room buffet sleepers between j New
York, Washington, Atlanta, ana .ew Or
leans. Charlotte and Kirminghani. Pullman
imrist cir for San Francisco Wednesdays
via New Orleans and imthern Pacific, j ,
H',17 p m No 37, daily, Washington! and
Southwestern Limited for Atlanta, Birming
New Orleans Hid New York to Memphis:
dining car. vestUmled coacfr between W'ash
jngum ana Atlanta.
7:10 a m-N'o 8. dailv' for Richmond i! con
nects at Greensboro for Kaleigh, Goldsboro,
Morehcad Citv. Norfolk and W inston
points South : solid trains Itichmond to At
lanta : Pullman sleeping car Richmond to
10:30 a m No 11. dailv lor Atlanta and all
Greensboro; connects at Spartanburg for
Ashevllie. i
10:47 , a m No m daily for Wasjilngton.
Kiehmona. uaieigo ana an points XNortn : car
ries through Pullnan drawing room buffet
sleeper New Orleans to New ork; Jackson
ville to rsew ork: uirmingnam tounariotte:
Pullman tourist car from San Francisco
Mondays via New Orleans and South Pacific;
close connections at Greensboro for Raleigh,
Goldsboro ana Morehead ity.
flJiU n m No 3S. dailv. Wash in irtori and
Southwestern Limited for Washington and
all points North ; Pullman sleeper Charlotte
to Richmond ; close con neeti.on at G reensboro
with through sleeper for rsorfolk. !
00pm No 12, daily for ' Richmond Ral
eigh, Goldsl)oi-o and all points North i con
nects lit Salisbury for Asheville, Kpoxvlle,
Chattanooga ana . Nashville : connects at
Greensboro with train carrying Pullman car
ior iiunoiK, ,
10:05 a m No 11. W N C, leaves for Ashe
ville ami points West.
8:50 p mNo 15, W NJ C, leaves for all points
West. i
12:30 p m Y'adkin train leaves for Nor-
First sections of all scheduled freight
trains carry passengers between points at
w jik ii nicy are ijeneOiUiea to stop. j
: Frank S Gannon, 3d V P and Gen. Mgr.
Washington, D
John M Culp, Traffic Manager.
W A Turk. Gen. Passeneer Aet..
S H Hardwick, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt
Atlanta, Ga.
i R L Vernon. Travelling Pass. Agt.,i
; fcouth Tryon Street, Charlotte.
Railway.
ham, Jiiemphis, Montgomery, aiooue i ana
New Orleans and all points South and South
west : through Pullman sleeper New York to
s Mother Krugerrrjann,., Berlin's
senior artist's model, vis dead at
the age of 92 years.' Her hus-.
band fought in, the battle of Leip
zig against Napoleon L
This country is doing its best to
keep other countries clean. ; Last
year we shipped to them 24,002,-
178 pounds of soap.
Mrs. Stykes 74 'One characteris
tic about my husband I like; he
always vcalls a j spade a spade."
Mrs. Laugh uI!suppose he's like
all-husbands, however, he calls a
club a lod ire. "Boston Traveler.
The population of the earth
could be placed in the United
States and then not lie as crowded
as Belgium, with its 548 people to
the square mile. '"
The Hawaii newspapers are be
ginning to put on' airs and feel at
home. One of them exclaims:
"Cuba must be ours." '
DISSOLUTION.
The co-partnership heretofore ex
isting between' David Haneline and
L. A, Pee.hles is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons indebt
ed to them will please make immedi
ate payment to either one of the un
dersigned. . DAVID HANELINE,
L. A. PEEBLES.
ThU August 18( h, 1898.
I WANT TO
CUSTOMER OF MINE FOR THE
CELEBRATED
,.! EL LI CO
which excells all other. It is free of
slate and slack, burns up clean and
leaves nothing but a white ash. Send
in your order at once and take advan
tage of the j
SUMMER RATES.
JOS: II. McNEELY,
Olllcc at T. F. Young's store.
FOR SALE.
One 6-room cottage on East Main
Street, two 4-room cottages on Monroe
Street, and several vacant lots. Also
two houses, two stories high, with 6
rooms. It would be advisable to see
me before renting store rooms or d wel
linars. R. L. SHAVER.-
HOME - SCHOOL.
Miis. W. H. Coit,
, Miss Grace Tyson.
Terms $2 per school month.
OPENS SEPT. 1st.
SALISBURY
Migfi ScjiiQal.
MISS JOSEPHINE COIT,
MISS MERLE DUPUY.
Terms 2, 2.50. Languages e-
tra. Contingent fee $1.
SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1st.
r Ice Cream Soto,
hocolate
Soda,
And all the popular drinks now on
sale at .
Cuthrell's Drug Store.
FOR SALE.
Two dwelling houses in East
Salisbu ry, near G. W. Wright's.
One is known as the Foust house,
has nine rooms. The other is
known as the Fries house and has
seven noms. Good well of water
on each lot. j. Both bouses compar
atively new. Terms easy. Ap
ply at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. .
GOAL
Pine Apple Snow,
Crea
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Reductions
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P n!i k I'll k V r '
Entire stock !
More goods for less money than you
1 have ever gotten.
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Remember the leader in Dry Goods,
the leader in LOW PRICES, for first-
class goods,
McCUBBINS!
Real
Insurance
Collecting
and
Dealers in Lime,
J. S. McCubbins, Jr.
This space belongs to
l the
SALISBURY
HARDWARE
& FURNITURE
COMPANY.
Watch It.
To All Bread Eaters
Beginning, August 22, 1898, I
will sell 1 1
SALISBURY
404 Loaves Bread for $1
until further notice.' Look out for
wagon, or j call and get your tickets
early and avoid the rush. .
i . Respectfully,
. - ' T. L. SWINK.
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Throughout
the
Sale i Eesoi.
t . ' . ... .
& JORDAN,
Cement, Hair, Sec.
Chas. B. Jordan.
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THE VERY BEST THING TQ
. TAKE FOR '
DIARRHOEA
. IS THE
Family Ten Cent
Diarrhoea Remedy,
Prepared and for sale only by
T. F. Kluttz & Co.
Hey, There!
this Is the place you want
We have all kinds of
MEATS, PORK, MUTTON SAU-
- SAGE and BOLOGNA.
r All our meats will he found
rich and tender, and being
in the primest condition
when dressed contains
great nutritive qualities.
Our prices are less than
such meat is sold for else
where. .
    

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