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Buy Your COATS
where you can get
i5 1 1" T E D
II W GOLLflOSiUW
None Better At 25?
The Above is
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WE HAVE KNOCKED THE BOTTOM OUT OF PRICES ON
OUR READY-MADE CLOTHING.
800 Mens' Suits,
300 Boys' 1 Children Suits,
1000 Pairs mejas' Pants.-
R?TThe above must be disposed of
what they cost. Many at LESS THAN
Clothing Department on our second floor
the best assort
YOfcR f K .1 ,
2 11 0 "yrTftQ
season ends, regardless of
lAvail yourself of this sale
WILMINGTON NEGEOES UGLY.
They Surround The Office of The Nc-
gro Paper m Great Numbers.
Yesterday the Sun copied an
editorial from the Record a negro
paper at Wilmington, commenting
on the white women. It seems
that the editor of the Record is
about to get into trouble about the
piece. The following was sent the
Charlotte Observer from Wil
mington last night: Since early
night-fall great crowds of negroes
have been assembled, around the
office .of The Record., the negro
paper which has created so much
indignation here. The gathering
is supposed to be the result of a re
portthat an anonymous letter has
been sent to the negro editor,
warning him to leave town. I The
whites have paid very little at ten -
tion to the incident. Thus far no
demonstration has been made of
an exciting character, and the ne
groes have been comparatively
qjliiet. The whites aire ooofy but
determined. Thus far they h&ye
exercised a wonderful degree of
forbearance; but if the worst comes
they will do their duty and if .they
need help it will come with a
mighty run from, the surrounding
Gospel Meeting at China Grove.
China Grove, N. C,
August 24th, 1SIS.
iSlit. Editor: A series of gospel
leetings began here in the old
academy, now the Baptist meet
ing house, last Friday at 8 p. in.
The meetings were held in the
building at first, the congrega
tions being small; until buntuiy
night, when the crowd was too
large for its seating capacity. The
tent was erected Monday and was
well tilled at the evening meeting.
All Christian ministers and peo
ple had been invited to participate
in the servicesJ Rev. Mr. Morritt,
the Methodist pastor, and Rev.
Mr. Shulenberge'r, the pastor of
the Reformed church, accepted
and have rendered . valuable, aid.
The former llreached twice and
the latter once, and both are giv
ing their prayers and inlluence to
the cause. Rev. Mr. Waketield,
the lrebyterian pastor, had an
engagement to aid in a meeting
elsewhere which has kept him
from being present bjit his pray
ers and influence are for the i suc
cess of the work and his people
are rendering their assistance, and
he will be here, toward' the last of
the week. I
Rev. J. 11. Booth, of Taylors-
ville, arrived Monday, but too late
for that service. He preached
two excellent sermons yesterday.
At night the tent was well tilled
with an enthusiastic audience who
listened to an earnest and power
ful sermori on "Repentance.'?
The congregations and the in
terest constantly increase, j
Rev. Mr. Booth will, preach at
11a. m. and 8 p. m. each day I dur
ing the remainder of the "meeting
which will continue until Sunday
at 11 a. m., probably longer.)
All are invited to attend, j
All Christians are requested to
pray that many souls may be
Room will be made for alii that
come. . Respectfully,
J. N. Stallincs.
If you want nice slaughtered meats
go to Jackson's market. If you don't
want to be slaughtered shave at the
THE NEAVE MUSIC SCHOOL
WILL RE-OPEN ON i
Musical trainings in every branch
thorough, in every respect. Methods,
and their details, adapted to the needs
of differing individual ities, all based
on truth, clearly demonstrated to
every mind. As there can be no liter
ary education without ability to read
fluently at first sight, so. ntmt emphut
'ivally. is this true in musical training.
We have every appliance and use
every facility to achieve this ttlne qua
-non from the first lesson and on.i
Teaching music on Piano, Organ,
Violin and all other orchestral instru
ments. Musical composition and voice
culture are in our curriculum; our
terms are as heretofore, and those not
knowing these can obtain them on
application at our school, "cor. i Bank
and Church Streets. i
Mr. & Mrs. W. II. NEA VE.
P. H. Hanes, of Winston, was
here this morning.
Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Smoot have
gone to Greensboro.
Jo.hn Sapp and wife, of Meck
lenburg, are visiting in the city.
Dr. Perkins, of Washington
City, is spending a week in the
city. ; -V y. .'C'C-.-
F. A. Bolicn and wife returned
last night from a visit to relatives
at Denver, N. C.
D. J; Bostian, wife and child,
of Concord, and Miss Bessie Bos
tian, of Albemarle, were in the
city this morning.
Miss Eva Wilkie, of Lexington,
who has been visiting Misses Hat
tie and Ethel Ward, returned
home Tuesday evening.
Prof. Bailey Lee, a young law
yer, of Mocksville, who has been
here attending court, left last
night for Asheville.
Mrs. Joe Horah and Misses
Lucy Brown and Grace Gaskill.
have returned from Virginia where
they had been for several weeks.
Items From Faith.
Peeler . Brothers have com
menced putting tip the frame of
John Barger's residence. P. A.
Peeler is the' loss' carpenter..
J. T. Wyatt has been awarded
the contract to furnish a lot of
granite engine beds to go to Nor
wood, N. C.!, and is getting them
out. They ( will have several large
holes drilled through them. ; They
will be loaded on the cars at
Granite Quarry siding. -.
We hear that two car loads of
granite got started at the top of
the mountain and run away, and
were demolished at the foot of the
mountain, cars, granite and, all.
1 Mr. 1). A. Wiley is putting up
a large addition to M r. R. A.
Raney's residence here.
William Foil has the frame of
his new residence up.
D. A. Wiley has commenced
his large new residence and will
finish it when he gets done atj
C. C. Wyalt is very low.-,,
If you have any Pennyroyal you
can sell it for the ca.sh by drop-,
ping a line to J. T. Wyatt, Faith,
N. C, who will come after it and
pull it up. He will make oil out
of it. ' - Venus.
Meti.are not necessarily big guns
because they happen to be big
The War Department is con
sidering plans for feeding : the
destitute in Cuba.
Lost Between Salisbury and
Spencer Pearl handle,52-calibre,
nickle plated Smith & Wesson pis
tol. Finder rewarded if returned
to this office, i
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best, salve in the world for
Cuts, Braises,1 Sores, t Ulcers, Salt
Rheum,' Fever Sores, Tetter Chapped
Hands,' Chilblains, Corns, and Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale hv Klut.ti7. On., drncvists
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
Notice is hereby given of tlie seizure
of the following property for violation
of Internal Revenue laws of the Unit
ed States to-wit: August 19th, 1898,
near Salisbury, N. C, one barrel, 4(
gallons of apple brandy, '.supposed to
te the property of I?obt. Ilainey, .f. F.
P. .Jordan and Wm. Green. ' Any one
claiming the said property is notified
to appear before, the undersigned at
his ottice in Asheville, N. C. within
30 days from date hereof and make
such claim in the manner and form
prescrilMid by law or said property will
be declared forfeited to the United
This 20th day of August,llS98.
II. S. II AUK INS, Collector.
By V. E. M ills, -.Deputy Collector
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Catherine Bostian, de
ceased, 1 hereby give notice to all per
sons having claims against the dece
dent to exhibit the same to me on or
before the 11th day of August. 1899,
or this notice w.ll be plead in bar of
-I W. M. LlNKEK.
Adm'r of Catherine Bostian.
Kerr Craige, Attorney.
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Tais. is is ReMind Ysu
: that the latest
styles in collars, cuffs
i .. . i
arid other furnishings
are always'to be found
here as soon as they
make i their appear
ance on the market.
Those who are
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anxious to dress cor-
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rectly ishduld make a
point to come in here
often; we always have
something new and
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stylish to show.
Brown Glottiinr co.
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to call on undersigned and secure your
Coal a:j lovvest prices--before August
closes to be delivered later on.
RED ASH' and BLUE GEM, -i
The best burning Coal, the cleanest
Coal, no soot or clinkers, no slate or
slack, the roost desirable Coal known,
and every ton' guaran teed to please
you as well as prices. Also :
i (All sizes.)
KFull weight, guaranteed. ,
J. ALLEN BROWN.
READY FOR A CENTURY RIDE ON A BICYCLE
the wheelman and wheelwoman
are both unanimous in their decision
to wear only shirts, shirt waists, col
lars and cuffs done up hy our perfect
methods, as they retain their fresh
ness without wilting r soiling longer
than when laundered anywhere else in
Salisbury.! Summer is t he crucial test
of good laundry work, and ours will
always stand the test.
SALISBURY STEAM LAUNDRY.
; FOR SALE. .
A nice Iseven room house in- East
Salisbury.! with modern improve
ments. Terms easy. Write
L. E. STEEKE, s
I , Winston, N C
Don't fail to put in one of Barkloy's
Terra Cotta Cemented Wells; also
good line Pumps. Reference: IX. Lee
Wright, Kerr Craige, Dr. Trantham,
P.-D. Roueche. ,
f f - a 1 . V,
sai. or- I
VALUABLE 'REAL ESTATE
To Make Assets- I
TOWN UTS rKNTBAlX LO
CATE D; I A J M N G 1 .A IS Dh, M 1 LL
PROPKllTV, DTSTILLKR ,
1)1 Srl 1 L L K K Y A P P A 14 Ar
TUS. M A(H I IN VjII Y,
Fl TURKS, ETC.
By virtue of a decree of the Supe
rior Court i f li wan County, empow
ering and oirtriiiig rue administra
tor 'of Jamo P-Lanier to sell certain
real cstaLe ;id loccased to make
assets and app ii.iiug un ; k commis
sioner for that puipi.be. 1 will s'Ji at
the court house door in Salisbury at
public auction to the .highest bidder
for cash at the hour of 12 m. on
MONDAY", THE 5th PAY 'OF .SEP
the following described town lots in
Salisbury and lands in Rowan county,
viz: . i ' .. .
Lot No, 1, fronting the N. C. R. R.
passenger depot 40 feet, running back
with Council street 127 feet. Upon
this lot is situated a large warehouse.
Lot No. 2, fronting the N. CV R. R.
passenger depot 120 feet, running back
t(i an alleyway 127 feet, i Upon this
lot is located an ollice and large ware
room lately occupied by the said J. B.
: Lot No. 3; fronting the N. C. R. R.
passenger depot 240 feet, running back
to an alleyway 127 feet. Upon this
lot is situated the large distillery and
warehouse formerly operated by. the
said J. B. Lanier.
Lot No 4, fronting 100 feet on Lib
erty street and running back 200 feet
to lot No. 5. Upon this property is
located the canning factory of the late
J. B. Lanier. . '
Lot No. G, fronting 100 feet on Coun
cil street and running back 200 , fet
to lot No. 4. Upon this lot is situat
ed the large buildings used by the said
J. B. Lanier as a machine shop, how
occupied by J. M. Burrage for that
Lot No fi, situate on the corner of
Long and Council streets, running
back with Long .'street 200 feet. On
this lot is located a large brick foun
dry building, i
Lot No. 7, situate on the corner of
Liberty and Long streets, fronting
100 feet rn Liberty arid running back
200 feet with Long street to lot No. 6..
A' map of the above described: pro
perty can be seen at my ollice.
One lot in the East ward of the
town of Salisbury, beginning at a
point about 153 feet from Lee street;
thence 153 feet to the W. N. C R. R
thence with said railroad 100 feet to
B. F. Fraley's line: thence North 153
feet to a stake; thence East 100 feet to
the beginning, containing about a
half of a town lot, including the right
to the alleyway leading into this pro
perty. .Upon this property is located
the warehouse or rectifying estab
lishment of the said J. B. Lanier.
Onei lot beginning at a stalce 153
feet from Lee street, thence South
east 50 feet to a stake, thence South
west parallelled with Lee street about j
90 feet: thence Northwest 50 feet,
thence Northeast to the beginning.
Upon this lot is located a small dwel ¬
ling house. ' .;
All the above described lots arc lo
cated near the centre of the town of
Salisbury and lying on the N. C. and
W. N. C. Li. Li., and are very valuable
and well adapted for industrial, man-
ulacturing and business purposes.
Also two ' lots "in that part oi
the great North ward of the town of
Salisbury known jis Jersey City lying
on Caldwell street, known as lots No.
6 and 7 in the Iladen plot.
Also one lot in Jersey. City known
as lot No. 4 in the Iladen plot, lying
on Caldwell street, about 50 feet front
by 173 feet back.
Also one lot in .Jersey City, known
as lot.No. 5 in the Iladen plot, front
ing about 50 feet on Caldwell street
and running back about 173 feet
One tract ot land containing about
f acre on the South side of i he Bringle
lerryroad, near Taylor's, distillery
known as the brick yard lot. j
One tract or land situate in the su
burbs t of Salisbury, adjoining! the
lands of A. L. Johnson, containing
about 43 acres. 1 '
One: tract of land at South River,
Franklin township, containing about
2 acres, upon which is located the! store
house formerly occupied by Miller and
Bost. : ?
A tract of la rid containing 43 acres
lying on the Yadkin river, about six
miles from Salisbury, knowii as the old
St."-John mill property. Upon this
property is a large llouring and corn
mill, and valuable water power suita
ble for manufacturing purposes.!
1 will also at the same time and
place sell to the highest bidder for
cash the distillery apparatus,.machin
ery and fixtures of the said J. B- La
nier, consisting of one 100 horsepower
boiler; one 40' horse power engine; 1
beer pump; 1 continuous copper beer
still capacity 500 gallons: one copper
doubler capacity 500 gallons; lj steel
mash keel capacity 1,000 gallons;
2 copper worms 400 feet long; four beer
jUibs capacity 1,000 gallons; 1 water
tank capacity J.ooo . gallons; . about
1,200 feet. of iron return pipe with an
inner pipe of copper; platform scales,
grain elevators, meal bolter, shafting,
pulleys, indicator, boxes, 0 cisterns
5(H) gallon capacity each, arid various,
,other fixtures, connections and at
tachments, necessary for a first-class
.distillery. J his is one .or uie latest,
modern improved distilleries.
LEE S. 0VEEHAN,
Administrator and Commissioner.
July 25th, 181)8. ,
TTnfler nnd by virtue of deeds of trust exe
cuted to me by. Robert S. Rives and wife.
Mary R. Rives, on 1 lie :it l:iy of May MX)
and "recorded In look ! of dei-ds, iaKe K In
the olliee of Register of Deeds fr Rowan
county. N. C, and on the 1st day of May
1!4 and recorded In lioolt of deeds, page
574 In the office of Rcjrister of Deeds for
Rowan' county. N. C. I will sell at public
siuctiou at.tbe court bouse door In the city
of Salisbury Kowan (v'ounty, N. Con Satur
day 'the :ird diiy of Septerntx'r, at 12
o'clo'k M, all that certain piece, parcel and
tract oT land lyln.fr In the city of Salisbury.
Rowan county, N. C liounded and de.scrlted
as follows, to-wit: Hegliiniii); at Lord and
Henderson's old corner, now Osliorne's, runs
southwest- with West street 0 feel to a
stake,. Trice and Ooler'H corner, thence
southeast parallel with Horah street 200 feet
to a stake. Price and CJoler'M . corner, thence
northeast parallel with West street fiO feet
to Osliorne's corner, thence northwest with
Osborne's line parallel to Horah street 200
feet. .to the beginning. Thesatueis In West
Ward of the city of Salisbury, near Living
stone College. Terms of sale cash. This 3rd
day of August. 1slw. j
. W. CV MAXWELL. Trustee.
Lee i. & u. J. overman, Attorneys