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    SALISBURY DAILY SUN.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
JOE X. ROUECHE.
CLINT. N. BROWN.
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Proprietors.
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Vat advertising rates apply to the publishers
Office over Burt's shoe store, on Main street.
kind
to e
and
tion
would add greater facilities
ucational work in Salisbury
would give greater satisf ac-
to the, citizens -parents and
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Entered at postofflce s secona-class matter.
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 2, 1898.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
For Congress Seventh District:
1 TI1EO. F. KLUTTZ,
of Rowan.
For Solicitor1-Eighth District:
WLEY RUSH,
of Randolph. , i
For the Legislature:
LEE S. OVERMAN, -D.
R. JULIAN.
For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. G. WATSON,
For Register of Deeds:
j II. N. WOODSON,
For Sheriff:
J. M. MONROE.
j For Treasurer:
J. SAM'L McCUBBINS, JR.
For Cotton Weigher:
G. II. PAGE.
For Coroner:
E. ROSE DORSETT.
For County Surveyor:
CM. MILLER.
For County Commissioners:
J. FRANK McCUBBINS,
SANFORD HENLY,
P, D, LINN.
patrpnof the graded school.
-Lieutenant .Hobson, who ar-.
rived at Santiago this week, has
decided to continue his efforts to
save the Cristobal Colon, despite
the ( ecision of the Navy Depart
men . to give up the job. He has
sent urgent dispatches to the' de
part iient, asking leave to continue
the work. He estimates the Co
lon' worth at $3,000,000, and
thin gs it is disgraceful' to give up
the d
TOVd
he w
scrij
t tempt U save her. ..If the
rnjnent refuses to back him
ill appeal for a popular suc
tion. It is thought the Maria
Teresa will soon be in first-class
shapar
Hie Concord Times says the
Democrats of Cabarrus are re-
joiceil to know that Stanly county
has chosen Mr.. R. L. -Smith, of
Norwood, as the nominee for the
Sena :e from Cabarrus arid Stanly.
He s a gentleman of character
and i bility, a sterling and uncom
prou izing Democrat, and a splen
did campaigner. He will, of
t - .
course, be elected by a handsome
majo rity. Mr. Smith has already
had lsgislative experience, having
been a member of the House from
Stanly four years ago. i
r ?he State Agricultural De
partment's report for August,
basei on returns from over 1,000
correspondents, prepared, is as
follows : Cotton S7, tobacco 80 i,
corn )7h apples 70k peaches 751,
grapes 1)0, sweet potatoes 851,
Irish j potatoes S, gardens 80.
The acreage of peanuts as com
pared! with last year is only 78,
while! rice is 001.
agerd
alarm
The election of officers of the
1 k :ir
Pvth
iues
Presi
mem
Mich
Kent
parttf
They
only
SOME REGRET.
The-Sun feels some regret that
the Salisbury white graded school "j-jU
building, which was burned some aro d
time ago, is to be rebuilt , on the negn
old plan instead of being enlarged.
Salisbury needs a larger and more
up-to-date Imilding, and the Sun,
on the afternoon of the lite, ex
pressedthe hope that a better' and
more commodious school house
would be erected. The authori
ties, however, in their wisdom
have found it their pleasure to
rebuild the old school
house the same size as before.
,'Tis a pity they did not see it best
to do otherwise.
This school has been a great
factor in Salisbury for the . educa
tion of the children of the town;
those who attend it are increasing
in numbers yearly; its usefulness
as an educational institution is
growing; it should therefore have
been rebuilt on a larger scale and
with all the modern improvements
for teaching.
It would perhaps be better, now
that the old building is to be re
placed as it was before the tire,
for those directing the school af
fairs in the city to have another
graded school building erected in
the eastern or southeastern part
of the town. Let it be an auxil
iary school to the; larger school.
The Sun suggested this, some
time last year, we believe it was,
and wtluld be glad to see steps tak
en along this line- It would be a
great benefit to the children who
live on that side of the city and
who now have to go nearly a mile
to school. This is true of the
smaller children, especially in bad
weather when they are deprived
of school advantages by not being
able to attend.
The school could be under the
superintendency of the same prin
cipal. Another school of
. lie vigorous Democratic cam
paigr in the State is said to be a
surprise to" the Republican tnan-
1 and they are not a little
ed at the rituation. "The
people are aroused. They
ptermined to put an end to
k duniiintion in North Caro
lina. -Tie Kinston Free Press.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Telecraphic News Condensed for the Conven
ience of Hasty Readers.
; The cabinet of Ecuador has re
signed. An outbreak in Pu;no, Peru, has
been sujpressed.
i The London Saturday Review
criticises severely the social, civil
and political customs of Ameri
cans. '
S ' ; ..." ' .' , - : - ' . -.
General Merritt, before leaving
Manila for Hong Kong, issued an
order commending the gallantry
of his troops.
j special correspondence of The1
Baltimore Sun from Porto Rico
f states that the volunteers there are
extremely homesick.
Eight hundred and fifty men of
the Twenty-tL ird Kansas Volun
teers arrived,at Santiago Wedues-
it ' ' .
day to form p:i,rt of the garrison.
A heavy storm has been sweep
ing up the South Atlantic coast.
There was much damage to prop
erty in Savannah. Loss of life is
feared.
it 10 o'clock yester day morning
the Knights of
apolisj Ind., ad
except in a few
A committee
jof control of the Knights of
as endowment fund occurred
lay ami ietulted as follows :
lent, J. A. Hinsey, Illinois ;
! m t - -r-w t "W -w- "
pers, w . 1. ri. .Lioomis, ot
gan$ J. W. Black well, of
lcky. . ' "
Every day we hear of some-
prominent t'opulist who. declares
himself done with anything or any
j that endorses Russellism.
are coming back home to the
Democratic party, which is the
lacc for the white men of
the country. Nashville Graphic.
he Empress of China, which
has arrived at Vancouver, B. Q.y
brings news to the effect that the
Japanese Legations at London and
Wasnington will be raised to the
rank pf embassies.
It is estimated that there was
at lea -it1 500,000 bushels of wheat
raiset . in Alabama triis year. .
Bef
ted a
tobacco used in. the world.
Buck
New
vincel
pills
L or
they
val ua
ore the war Cuba "contribu-
bout one-twelfth of all the
Free Pills.
Send your address to H. E.
en & Co., Chicago, and get
a free; sample box of Dr. King's
Life Pills. , A trial will con-
ybu of their, merits! These
are, easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure
of constipation and sick headache.
malaria and liver troubles
have been proved - in-
ble. f They are guaranteed to
be perfectly free from every del
eterious substance and to be pure
ly vegetable. They do not weak
en by j their action, but by giving
tone to the stomach and bowels
- - .it . . . .
irreatiy invigorate tne -t system.
Regii
Sold
this druggists.
lar size 25 cents per box.
hy Theo. . F. Kluttz & Co.,
Pythias of Indian
opted a report re
ducing the officers' salaries twenty
five per cent.
At a conf ere ace with Senor Sa
gasta, in Madrid, Senor Silvela
said the conser natives did : not de
sire representation on the Spanish
peace commission. .
According to statistics presented
at the convention of the American
Pharmaceutical Association, drug
stores are diminishing in number,
States.
of the New Zeal
and Legislature recommends join
ing the Australian colonies with
Canada and thu mother country
by a Pacific cable.
The movement in Jamaica for
annexation to jthe. United States
has not progressed favorably, ow
ing to the opposition of the colored
element and lack of support from
newspapers. .
The Democratic State conven-
tipn of New Hamphire nominated
Charles F; Stone for Governor and
i
adopted a platform demanding an
investigation of the War Depart
ment.
The United States transport St.
Paul, has arrived at Manila from
San Francisco and reports all well
on board." Tne light-houses in
4
the southern Philippine have been
re-established.
The Fifth Ohio was ordered
home yesterday f roirC Fernandina,
the Third Virginia was ordered
from Camp Alger to Richmond,
the Second Mississippi was ordered
from Jacksonville to Lauderdale
Springs, Mississippi.
The Houston Artillery Com
pany . was ordered yesterday to
Galveston immediately and fixed
ammunition has beenv issued the
men armed, with rifles. More
trouble from the striking negro
longshoremen at Galveston is cer-
tain. '"' -.
Brigadier-General H. V. Boyn-
tbn has sent to Secretary Alger a
report on the condition of Camp
Thomas, in wliich he wiyssthe hos
pitals are in first-class shape, medi
cal attendance good and there' is
an abundance or delicacies for the
sick. ." :"
Bids for the construction of
battleship were opened yesterday
and a review of
that each of the
the bids indicates
firms bidding, the
Cramps, Camden, N. J7; Newport
News Shipbuilding Company and
the Union Iron Works; San Fran-
Cisco, have one successful bid at
about two and a half million dol
lars i, , .- j '; ''' '::
Don't fail to put in one of Barkley's
Terra Cotta Cejinented Wells; also
good line Tumps.! Reference: R. Lee
'Wriirllt. Torr Ppfiirrn Tlr 'Pmntliom
P. J). Roueche.
Sisters of Charity a Army Nurses.
Over 150 Sisters of Charity have
been assigned as nurses at various
army hospitals through the South.
President McKinley asked Mother
Superior Marietta, stationed at
Emmitsburg, Md., where is locat
ed the head house of the order of
America, for one hundred sisters
as nurses, and she immediately
agreed to furnish them. Orders
were, sent to the various institu
tions throughout the country for
all the sisters to hold themselves
in readiness to start to the front at
an hour V notice. Then, as they
were needed, the President called
for the nurses, and they were
promptly supplied. Forty went
to Santi'igo more to Porto Rico, to
Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Thom
as, Ky., and Chicamauga, until
the 100 had been exhausted. But
they had shown that they were
excellent war nurses, and the Pres
ident found that he coiild'use more
of them, so he asked Mother Ma
rietta for another one hundred and
these are being drawn upon now.
Sunday Democrat.
John Bat&e, a North Carolinian,
has been sentenced to three years
imprisonment for horsestealing in
Virginia, j
The French government ' gets
over 0,000,000 a year out of its
match monoply.
Some men ride1 ball-bearing
chainless wheels and some wear
ball-bearing: wheelless chains.
The race is not always to the
swift, and it is never to the loafer.
URE
PEEDY
LIME. LE CLAIR'S ,
FAMOUS 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 cents in stamps for pamphlet,
containing valuable information for ladies- Address
LkCLaik Pill Co., U. S. Agents, Boston, Mass.
N. B. All correspondence confidential and ' returned
with trial package, j
For Sale in Salisbury by Jos , Pluvimcr
Southern
Railway.
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THE
STANDARD RAILWAY
j OF THE SOUTH
The Direct Ziine to All Points.
TEXAS, ;
CALIFORNIA,
FLORIDA,
CUBA AND
PORTO RICO.
Strictly FlRST-CLALIi equipment
on all Through and Local Trains;
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on all
Night Trains; fast and safe schedules.
Travel by the Southern and you
are assured a Safe, Comfortable
and Expeditious Journey.
Apply-to Ticket: Agents for Time Ta
bles, Rates, and General, Information,
Or Address -R.
L. VERNON, F. R.' DARBY,
; T. P. A., C P. & T. A.,
- Charlotte, N C Asheville, C
No trouble to answer Questions.
FRAKK S. GANNON, I. M. CULP, W. A. TURK,
3d V. & Gen. Man. Traf, Man. G; P. A.
WASHINGTON, DC
If you want nice slaughtered meats
go to Jackson's inarket. If you don't
want to be slaughtered shave at the
Climax.
Church Hiffli
FOR BOYS.
Next Session Begins Sept. 5, 1898.
BRANCH CRAIGE, I'iUnch-aiL
3LT
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KLUTTZ & EE
FOR SALE.
One 6-room cottatre on East Main
Street, two 4-room cottages on Monroe
Street, and several vacant lots. Also
two houses, two stories high, with 6
rooms, xl would De advisable to see
me before renting store rooms or dwel
lings. ! Ii. L. SHAVER.
OBCT
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ii . . -.
NO USE TO 8 WEAR
if the boy's shoes " wear nu t
in less than no time." It's vour own
fault; not his. If you came to us for
them you'd get more wear for less
money. j w e nave a line of good, hon
est boys' shoes that haven't their ami al
for wear in the State. An excellent
representative is our $1.50 shoe, strong
well-made and stylish. o
N. C.
SALISBURY,
i
Sale
in
i LADIES
MISSES
J i J1' Htf .
AFS.
SHOES, (small sizes) at 10, 25, 50 and 75c. per pair.
SHOES, 10, 25, 40; 50 and 75c. per pair.
pair
CHILDKENS SHOES, Ya big. assortment) at 10, 25, and 50c. per
The above sroods m ust be solcl to make room for our hio- stonk of
Winter ShodsJ ii
We are receiving new Winter goods, in many lines.
Bisr Assortment of Shirts. Hats. Cnrnets and Rn
everybody. ! - '
New Stock of Nice Trunks suitable for school boys and girls.
'Table, Tin and WToodwares.
Last but not least. Eatables. Well we have so mnnv crooH tMnfrs
it Is useless to try to tell about them, but if you will come we will
suow you tne pest irom many lands and at prices the lowest in town.
Yours to Serve, , i
m
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n
TO
Mammoth Furniture Emporium.
Words fail to describe the beauty
of our Furniture in design, up
holstery or perfect finish. Our
Library Tables, Book Gases,
Leather Couches and Leather
Chairs are rich and ornamental,
as well as durable and eminently
useful. Our Curio. Cabinets are
what the collectors of specimens
need.
Has -the largest stock in the city to select from, and while his goo d
are New, Stylish and up to date in every particular, his
UCES ARE
THE
SHIP
A Specialty ' He Has a line of CASKETS, BUKI A Ij. ROB KS, Etc.,
unsurpassed in the State.
Personal attention jrivtsn to
ELIBALLIIIfG AHD PIRECTIOH OF FUHERALS
boe
omm
Our selling: prices
S
a
a
sell our Shoes.
. The small proft helps us by helping you.
Our ads. are not given the lie in our store.
Great values joined to low prices become
elegant.
New line of Black
just in.
and Tan Vici Kid Shoes
0. '.gt 4 H. M. Brown.
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