North Carolina Newspapers

    -.-. v .., I l ' i i - -" .... .... - .., - . ., - - ,
- i .
1
k
will soon be gone and
a change in the house:
what HARRY BROS.
E
LTD
you will want
Have you seen
have in
Orapisi
They have just received a lot of
latest styles, fancy patterns, that are
sure to please your fancy.
i ': 1 ' i I
It vou wish to hfi lm-tnWath
. - ' XT w w i wp J
See these patterns before it's.too late.
Those Organdy Dresses will soon
be replaced by something heavier.
If you see our Henrietta
JJLC4.J.J. , JL-H AXXXCt-JJ. CLJJLU.
you will find something
bill. Remember the place
IU1
ITU
A
mm
Serge, Mo-
Satin de Chine,
to fill your
is
Mo)
Groceries
1 you want to buy groceries? If
you do you should not fail to call and
sec me. 1 carry a full line.
I have also the best shad, &c,
brought to this market.
Fish Days FRIDAY and SATUR
DAY. Call and see me.
Yours truly,
c. h svink.
Cheeks Like the
Mountain Pink
sire rewards for using" 'Madame A.
Ruppert's Face Bleach. There
may lie a well-founded prejudice
, against specif-
ics oi a cer
tain kind, but
do not let the
fault of harm
ful nostrums
be visited up-
rn &M(h ft. Wil
li JM-M. Ult-
4p perb pre para-
and you will find that it is not o p.
ly, positively harmless, but a thor
ough health promoter. Mine.
sRuppert's 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, M; Gray Hair Resto
rative, $2.50; Depilatory $1.
0
s Brown.
o o
Something: All Desire,
i
but do net Always
Achieve.
My
stock
QUALITY.
i'rit;es
ant wj
V
p.
Com
is guaranteed BEST
not. too low to be consist-
ith SUPERIOR VALUE..
T.
Respectfully,
EL U GULLOH.
ent for 'Flicschtnann's
Yeast.
p. A
resse
One door above postoflice.
fete !
mew
-o-
Itinjkte Line of
Pine Apple Snow, '
Ice Cream Soda,
Chocolate
Cream .
:.! ' ? ' . ;
Soda,
And
PJ1QBILIZED.
, o-r ' .
When you want a house you will find
everything necessary to its
completion within our
KortificationS.
Two very necessary adjuncts to our
FLKET is the Famous Li ihcton
( Va.) lime wood-burnt and the
best on the market, now on
sale. Also the exclu
sive sale of the
CTSITCKB.ATED ASBESTOS PAINT
manufactured by II. W. John's Mfg.
Co., New York, which is now in stock.
. QZTEUS A CALL.
i Cordially, .
C. A. RICK.
till the
popular drinks now on
sale at
Cuthrelj's Drug Store.
rhotogrtiiihril
rum ilife
HINDIPO
restores VITALITY
Made a
Well Man
of Me.
GREAT -
EREN :h REMEDY produce the above resntt
in 3(1 days. Cures Nervous Debility Sjmpotency
' Vancoc Het Failing Memory Stops all drains and
losses c: lused by terrors of youth. It wards ft In
sanity a rid Consumption. VounR Men regain Man
hood a id Old Men recover Youthful Vigor. It
Sives v gor andlsize to shrunken organs, and fits
a man I r business or marriage. Easily carried v
the vesl pocket.! Price Ffl PTC 6 Boxes $2.51
by mail in plaii pack. JU U I O. age.
wnUcn'Euaiantce. - UK. JtA" V nitnnA, r
H Ennxss VruawM
ari
Southern Railway.
IN EFFECT AUGUST 7. ISiW. . ;
Tins oonflonsed sholule is published las
information and is subject to change with
out notice to the - public. ' l
Trains leave Salisbury, N C . ' I
8:45 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and Char
lotte Air Line division and all ."points south
and, southwest; carries through Pullnmu
drawing room lu ffet sleept'rs between New
York, Washington, Atlanta and New Or
leans Charlotte and Birmingham. Pullman
tourist car for Han Francisco . Wednesdays
via New Orleans and Southern Pacific. .
8:17 p m No 37, daily, Washington and
Southwestern Limited for Atlanta, Birming
ham, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile and
New Orleans and all points South and South
west ; through Pullman sleeper New York to
New Orleans sind New York to Memphis;
dining car, vestibuled coach between Wash
ington and Atlanta. I
7:10 a m No 8, daily for Richmond ; con
nects at 'Greensboro for Raleigh, lJoldsloro,
Morehead City, Norfolk and - Winston. 1
10:30am Noll, daily for Atlanta and all
points South ; solid trains Richmond to At
lanta ; Pullman sleeping car Richmond ! to
Greensboro; connects at Spartanbirrg for
Asneviue. . , 1
-10:47 a tn No 36 dailv for Washington.
Richmond, Raleigh and all points North ; car
ries through Pullnian drawing room butt'et
sleeper NewtOrleans to New -York; Jackson
ville toAew 1 or; Birmingham to Charlotte;
Pullman tourist car from San Francisco
Mondays via New Orleans and South Pacific;
close connections at Greensboro for Raleiirh,
Goldsboro and Morehead City.
l:34 p m No 38. daily. Washington and
Southwestern Limited for Washington and
all points North ; Pullman sleeper Charlotte
to lilchmond ; close-connection at Greensboro
with through sleeper for Norfolk.
8:00 pm No 12, daily for Richmond, Ral
eigh, Goldslwro and all points- North ; con
nects at Salisbury for Asheville. Knoxville,
Chattanooga' and Nashville ; connects at
Greensloro with train carrying Pullman car
for Norfolk. . j
10:05 a m No II, W N C, leaves for Ashe
ville and'points West.
8r"0 p m No 15, W N C, leaves for all points
West. ' !
12:30 p m Yadkin train leaves for Nor
wood. , , .1
First sections of all scheduled freight
trains carry passengers-between points; at
which they are scheduled to stop. I
Frank S Gannon, 3d V P and Gen. llgr. 1
Washington, Di C.
s John M Culp, Traffic Manager, It
W A Turk, Gen, Passenger Agt.. 1
S 11 Hard wick, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt..
" Atlanta, Ga.
R L Vernon. Travelling Puss. Agt.,
South Tryon Street, Charlotte.
Slept Twenty-Eight Days.
j Chariotte News.
The infant child of Mr! and
Mrs. Chas. Shoaf , died at their
home in the city yesterday after
bein very strangely afflicted for
sixweeks. When the child was
five days old it fell I asleep and
continued to sleep for .28 days.
In spite of the efforts of parents
and physicians to wake it up dur
ing this period it continued to
sleep. A little milk I which ?as
administered by prizing its mouth
open was the only sustenance it
had. The case fiasi completely
baffled the doctors who saw the
child. . ;
The child waked up about two
weeks ago and shortly afterwards
took cholera infantum' from which
it died yesterday. t
The doctors agree j pretty well
that the cause of the child's long
sleep was some brain affection. TA
post mortem was held yesterday
and the brain taken out. The
brain has been put in alcohol and
when sufficiently hardened iwill be
thoroughly examined.
THE NEAVE MUSIC SCHOOL
WILL RE-OPEN OK
EPTEMBER 5t3a.
Musical training in every branch
thonoujih, in every respect Methtwis,
and their details, adapted to the needs
of differing individualities, all based
on truth, clearly demonstrated tb
every mind. As there can be no liter
ary education without ability to read
iluently at first sight, so, nuM empJiiit
icully, is this true in musical training.
We have every appliance and tise
every facility to achieve this sine
hwi -'from the first lesson and on. f ,
Teaching music on" Piano, Organ,
riolin and all other orchestral instru
ments, musical composition and voice
culture are in our . curriculum; ur
terms are as heretofore, and those not
knowing these can ohjtain them Ion
application at our school, cor. Bank
and Church Streets. i
Mr, & Mrs.. W. II. NEAVE.
I WANT TO '
CUSTOMER OF MINE FOR THE
CELEBRATED
,.i i:r.i.ico
COM,.
which excells all others. It is free of
slate and slack, burns up' clean and
leaves nrthing but a white ash. Send
in your order at once and take advan
tage of the !
SUMMER RATES.
JOS. H. McNEELY,
Office at T. F. Young's store.
FOR SALE.
Two dwelling houses in East
Salisbury, 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 rfopis. Good well of water
on each Jot. Both houses compar
ative new. Terms easy. Ap-r
ply at . ' i
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
DISSOLUTION.
The' co-partnership heretofore ex
isting between David llaneline. and
L. A. Peebles 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. . . i
DAVID IIANELINE,
L. A. PEEBLES.
This August 18th, 1898.
THE SOUTHERN STOCK MUTUAL
AND . " ' i
UNDERWRITERS
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF GREENSBORO.
Pays a dividend to policy holders of 20
per cent and in cases of loss r
SETTLES their claims P ROMPTL Y
What other companies do as much
for you ? . l " .
I1. IB. MlIBSH,
! ' 5 " . , - . Agent.
Office between Link & Bagland and G. W
Wright. i
The Remains of Columbus. ;
. " -. ' ' j
' The Count de las Infantas, one
of the descendants of Christopher
Columbus, has held a conference
with Senor Saasta, begging him
that the remains of his illustrious
ancestor be transiurrted immedi
ately from Havana to Spain and j
reinterred at tlie Koyiil Chapel at
Madrid, with the full' honors of
an admiral of the lloyal Spanish
.1 11 ' 1 1 1
navy, the Highest rank held by
him in his lifetime. ,
The Count, de las
anxious that the
y uiuiru
III
r
M &
La
MM
IjJlJlluUulJbL
ffl 1 ffl w
nn r
n
c
ssssssssss
Infantas is
government
should undertake at once the re-
remains be
the marble
1500 lit Se-
moval, and that the
brought to Spain in
sarcophagus, in which they are
supposed to rest in the cathedral
of Havana. lie does "not think
that Jiny objection would be offer
ed by - the United States govern
ment to this plan, but if so, he
begs that this privilege be made
one of the peace, terms, to he firm
ly impressed upon the peace com
missioners.
Columbus died in
ville, and was buried there, al
though in his will he asked that
he be turied on the Island of San
Domingo". Thirty years later ,his
son was able to carry out his
father's wish and the discoverer
of America was laid to . rest in the
cathedral of San Domingo. .
When Spain lost that island in
1705 and the governor-general was
ordered to evacuate, the remains
of Col u nib lis were taken up and
transferred to Havana, where they
now lie in the chapel of the cathe
dral. On a marble slab at the en
trance to the chapel appears this
inscription in Spanish:
"Oh! body and image of the
great Columbus, be ye preser.ved
for a thousand centuries in the
urn and in the memory of our na
tion.": . V
Said to be 101 Years Old.
Allen Wjiittinton, who lives
ip on Stony Fork creek, near, the
Wrilkesand Watauga line, is said
to be 101 years bid. He has a
young wife, aged about 30 Mr.
Whittington does his own work
and often 'makes trips to Wilkes
boro, a distance of twenty miles.
He likes to tell of the good old
times of long years ago. Mr.
Whittiugtons brother, Alex, who
lives on an adjoining farm, is 96
years old. ' i
flFE ,
URE
PEEBY
HUE. LE CLAIR'S
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
Never Fails.
ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS
Of ladies as a periodical regulator without an equal,
successful when Cotton Eoot, 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 cents in stamps for pamphlet,
containing: valuable information for ladies. Address
LeClaik Pill Co., U, S. Agents, Boston, Mass.
N. B. All correspondence, confidential and returned
with trial package.
For Sale in Salisbury by Jos Plumnier
Reductions Throughout the
Entire stock!
h ki M m End.
More goods for less money than you
have ever. gotten.
; " - ( ",.-:' ,'.''-.'.":'-" ' - '"- . : .
Remember the leader in Dry Goods,
the leader in LOW PRICES, for first
class goods, 1
uMsm 11 mm Jl Mix
T PTTTTT1VTri o tatit i m
VI 11 I 1 IS. I XT III K I !'
and
T .III'' ' - -.'-. 1
11
Dealers in Lime, Cement, Hair, &c.
J. S. McCubbinsJr. Chas. B. Jordan.
AL1S15UKY, IS. (J.
This space belongs to
the
SALISBURY
-HARDWARE ,
& FURNITURE
COMPANY.
Watch It.
; NOTICE
To All Bread Eaters
Bieinning August 22, 189S, I
will sell r
40 Loaves Bread for $1
until further notice. Look out for
wagon, or call and get your tickets
early and ayoid.the rush.
. Kespectfully,
-' T. L. SWINK.
THE VERY BEST THING TO
TAKE FOR
DIARRHOEA
t - .
IS THE
ramny ten uem
uiaiiiiujci nuiiibuy,
j! Prepared and for sale only by
Hey, There !
t.hlQ i Mm nbrp vnn wnnt. f
I We have all kinds of 4
MEATS, PORK, MUTTON' SAU-
I SAGE and BOLOGNA.
All our meats will be found
i' rich and tender, aud beirif
i in "the primest condition
when dressed contains
. ! , great nutritive qualities.
! Our prices are less than
I such meat is sold for elsewhere.
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view