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The Above is Qnly Too True.
WE HAVE KNOCKED THE BOTTOM OUT OF PRICES ON
OUR READY-MADE CLOTHING.
800 Hens' Suits,
300 Boys' I Children Suits,
1000 Fairs men Pants.
fgrThe above must be disposed of j
what they cost. Many at LESS THAN
Clothing Department on our second. flocjr.
like for you
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the season ends, regardless of
sT. Avail yourself of this sale
Weather forecast: Showers to
ght and Saturday.
I The Republican county conven
ion meets tojrnorrowv
: To-night is the time for the
usual business meeting of the Kp-
Rev. O. L. Brown, missionary-
elect to Japan, will preach atthe
Lutheran church Sunday night at
The colored boys' show is to be
given in the opera house Tuesday
of Monday night as
I During the month of August
here were six interments in the
cemeteries, four in the city and
wo on Chestnut Hill.
We now have en route the pret
iest line of line shoes in both
adies and gents we have .over
shown on this market. Burt Shoe
Dr. J. Xj. Ramsay returned
ast night from his old home place
near iievelana. ihe series oi
neetings at Third Creek church,
Dr. Ramsay tells us, 'has not yet
Fulton Lodge No. 99 A. F. "& A.
M. will be held to-iiight at 8
o'clock. Work in the third degree.
All members are requested to at
tend and visiting brethren are
'Look out .for the Dark Town,
colored m in trels which will appear
on Tuesday night, Sept. Oth, at the
Come and have a
If you can't laugh
Pride and Wal ker
The Chestnut Hill public school
will open on Monday, the 12th of
this month, instead of the first of
October, the( "date having,', been
changed. Prof. Coirriher, the
principal, will .be assisted this
session by' Miss Johnsie Coit.
Dr. W. H.
Waketield is at the
Mrs. A. BJ Young returned to
Concord last night.
A. B. Blair, of the Southern,
stationed at Asheville, is spend
ing the day in the city. v
Nathan Welman, who has been
visiting iu the city for several
days, has returned home.
Miss Inez Shipman, who has
been visiting Mrs. J. R. C.
Brown, returned to Salem, Va.,
W. D. Meachem, of Asheville,
U off on a vacation and came down
last night to visit in Salisbury and
Prof. Wm. Cain, who has been
at J.' S. Henderson's, returned to
Chapel Hill this morning. Mrs.
Cain and little JVIiss Bessie Hen
derson also went to Chapel Hill
but will visit at Hillsboro.
Miss Mary Dale Craige, gf
Tennessee was here lajt night re
turning to shoooi all Concord.
She was accompanied bjr Miss
Lizze .Young, of Concord, who
has been visiting her.
Democratic Senatorial . Convention.
j 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 Lex
ington, Davidson county, on Sat
urday the 17th day of September,
1898, at 12 o'clock for the pur
pose of nominating two candidates
to represent said district in 'the
next Genera,! Assembly and for
the transaction of . such iMher
may properly come
; Rv order of the ( ommi tiee.
F. jQ. Romjrih'.,
Aug 22,: 1898. ' :
NO CURE-NO PAY.
That is the way all druggists sell OBoVE'S
TASTELESS CM ILL. TONIC for Malaria,
Chills and Fever. It Is sliAinly Iron and
Quinine In a tasteless form. Children love
It. Adults prefer.lt to bitter, nauseating
ionics, rrice w ceuis.
By reason of the establishment
of a new precinct to be known as
Spencer precinct, and cbanges
made in the boundary lines of oth
ers, there will be an entirely new
registration of . electors for the
election to be held on Tuesday,
next after the first Monday in No
vember, 1898 in the following pre
cincts of SalisbuAry township to-
Due notice of the time and
places of registration will be given
September 2, 1898. , f
W. G. Watson,
Clerk I Superior Court.
II. N. Woodson,
Register of Deeds,- .
W. L. Kluttz,
Ch'm. Boarcl of County. Com.
Freedom for the Prisoners.
The Spanish prisoners of war at
Annapolis, Portsmouth, N. II. ,
and Norfolk have been given their
freedom, the terms of release bo
ing unconditional, except that they
shall be sent home by their own
government. Iff om Admiral Cer-
vera down to the? humblest sailor
the Spanish prisoners have been
treated not only with great hu
manity, but also with a kindness
and courtesy which are almost
without precedent. By his chiv
alrous - treatment of Lieutenant
Hobson at Santiago, Admiral Cer-
vera won the respect and admira
tion of the people of ; the United
States, and this government has
repaid that obligation most gener
ously. The Spanish admiral, his
officers and sailors should take
back to Spain only the most agree
able recollections of their enforced
residence in the,. United States.
They made a gallant tight, worthy
of the best traditions of Spain,
and although they lost their ships
they won the respect of their con-
ment which they received in this
country should be a potent factor
in the re-establishment of friendly
relations between the United
Suites and Spain after the bitter
ness engendered by the war has
subsided. Baltimore Sun. :
Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marys-
ville, Tex., hasfound 'a moro val
uable discoveryj than has yet been
made in the Klondike.. For years
he su tiered untold agony from
consumption, j accompanied by
hemorrhages; and was absolutely
cured by Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. He declares that gold is
of little value in comparison with
this marveloUs cure; would have
it even if.it cost a hundred dollars
a bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis and
all throat and lung affections are
positively cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery I for Consumption.
Trial bottles free at Theo. F.
Kluttz & Co's drug store. Regu
lar size 50c. and 1, Guaranteed
to cure or price refunded. , .
Atlanta Journal 10c. per week, de
Nash, Young's drug
. Up-to-date silks at the Carolina
For 50 Years
S T I E F F pianos
have been recognized and. used by
the greatest musicians : the world
over. - After years- of use, the
Stieff retains its original tone in
spite of age. It is the only ' world-,
renowned piano sold direct from
factory and buyers are besrinninsr
to realize what they save in the
middleman's margin! on the high
est grade piano. e 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. Terms to suit.
Chas. IVI. Stieff,
Wareroom, 2l3 BV TryonSt.
VALUABLE 11EAL ESTATE
To Make Assets
TOWN LOTS CEJSTllALLY LO
CATION. FARMING LANDS, MILL
By virtue of a decree of the Supe
rior Court of Rowan County, empow
ering and directing me administra
tor of James-B. Lanier to sell certain
real estate of said deceased to make
assets aud appointing. me as commis
sioner for that purpose, I will sell 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 DAY OF SEP
T EMBER, '1898,
the following described town lots in
Salisbury and lands in Rowan county,
viz: ' .
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. C. R. R.
passenger depot 120 feet, running back
to an alleyway 127 feet. Upon this
lot is located an office and large ware
room lately occupied by the said J, B.
Lanier, deceased. '
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.
Lpt 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. 6, fronting 100 feet on Coun
cil street and running back 200 feet
to lot No. 4. Upon this lot is situat
ed the large build i ngs used by the said
J.'B. Lanier as a machine shop, now
occupied by . 7. v M. Burrage for that
purpose. . f
Lot No- 6, 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
Lot No, 7, situate on the corner of
Liberty and Long streets, fronting
100 feet on Liberty and running back l
200 leet with Long street to lot No. 6.
A mapt)f the above described pro
perty can be seen at my office.
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 15$
feet to a stake; thence East 100 feet to
the beginning, containing about a
half jof a town lot, including the right
to the alley way leading into this pro
perty. ; Upon this property, is located
the warehouse ; or rectify ing estab
lishment of the said' J. B. . Lanier.
One, lot beginning at a stakel53
feet from Lee street, thence South
east 50 feet to a stake, thence South
west parallelled with Lee street about
90 feet; thence Northwest 50 feet,
thence Northeast to the beginning.
Upon this lot is located a small dwel
A11 the above described lots are lo
cated1 near the centre of, the "town of
Salisbury and lying on the N. C. and
W. N..C. R. R., and are very valuable
and well adapted for industrial, man
ufacturing and business purposes.
Also two lots in that' jpart of
the trreat North ward Of the town of
Salisburj' knowln as1 Jersey City lying
on Caldwell street, known as lots No.
.6 and 7 in the Haden plot.
Also one lot m Jersey City, known
as lot No. 4 in the Haden, plot, lyiqg
on Caldwell street, about 50 feet tront
by 173 feet back.
- Also one lot in Jersey City, khown
as lot 'No. 5 in the Haden plot, front
ing about ;0 feet on Caldwell street
and running back about 173 feet.
One tract of land containing about
I acre on the South side of the Bringle
Ferry road, near Taylor's distillery,
known as the brick yard lot.
One tract of land situate in the. su
burbs ';.of balivSbury, adjoining the
lands of A. L. Johnson, containing
about 4.s acres.
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 larld Containing 43 acres
lying onr the Yadkin river, about six
miles from Salisbury, known as the old
St. John mill property. Upon this
property is a large noun ng and corn
mill;and valuable water power suita
ble for manufacturing purposes.
I will also at the same time and
place sell to the highest bidder for
cash the distille'ry apparatus, machin
ery and fixtures of the said J. B. La
nier, consisting of one JOO, horsepower
boiler; one 40 horse power engine; 1
beer pump; 1 continuous coprjer beer
still capacity 500 gallons: one copper
doubler capacity 500 gallons; 1 steel
maslv keel capacity 1,000 gallons;
ionper w(trnis 400 feet long: four beer
-capacity 1,000 gallons; 1 water
tank capacity 1,000 gallons; about
l,200"feet of , iron return pipe with an
inner pipe of copper; platform scales,
grain elevators, meal bolter, shafting,
pulleys, indicator boxes, 6 cisterns
500 gallon capacity each, and various
other fixtures, connections and at
tachments, necessary for a first-lass
distillery. This is one of the latest,
modern improved distilleries. " .
LEE S. OVERMAN,
Administrator and Commissioner.
July 25th, 1898. ,
Under and by virtue of deeds of trust exe
cuted to me by Robert S. Rives and wife,
Mary R. Rives, ou the aist day of May 181(0
and recorded in book 6 of deeds page '-SO) in
the office of Register of Deeds for Rowan
county, N. C, and on the 1st day of May
1S94 and recorded in book 9 of deeds, pasre
574 in the office of Register of Deeds for
Rowau county, N. C, I will- sell at public
auction at the courthouse door in the city
of Salisbury, Rowan County, N. Con Satur
day the 3rd day of September, 1MW, at 12
o'clocjv M: all that certain piece, parcel and
tract of land lying in the city of Salisbury;
Rowan county, N. C, lK)unded and described
as follows, to-witr Beginning at Lord and
Henderson's old corner, now Osborne's, runs
southwest with West street . 00 feet to a
stake. Price . and Goler's corner, thence
southeast parallel with Horah street 200 feet
to a stake, Price and Goler's corner, t hence
northeast parallel with West street 60 feet
to OslKirne's corner, thence northwest with
Osborne's line parallel to Horah street 200
feet to the beginning. The same is in West
Ward of the City of Salisbury, near Living
stone College Terms of sale cash. This 3rd'
day of August, 198.
W. C. MAXWELL, Trustee.
Lee S. Sl H. J. Overman, Attorneys.
JXVm, saw" . .
. but it's a way we
have of; making our
store. We mean the
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prices for men's and
boys' caps. There is
a little profit to us at
that price, but not
much. You can find
here almost any kind
or style of hat you
Want. The best makr
ers m a k e them, and
follows that the hats
are the best.
Brown Clothing co!
to call on undersigned and secure your
Coal at lowest prices before August
closes to be delivered later on.
RED ASH and BLUE GE
Jellico Coal !
I The best burning Coal, the cleanest
(Oal, no soot or clinkers, no slate or
stack, the most desirable Coal known,
and every ton guaranteed to please
you as well as prices. ' Also : I
(All sizes.) ,.
ijFull weight, guaranteed.
J. ALLEH DROWrj.
READY FOR A CENTURY RIDE ON A BICYCLE
the wheelman and wheel woman
areb"fh unanimous in their decision
to wear only shirts, shirt waists, col
lars and cuffs done -up by our perfect
methods, as they retain -their fresh
ness without wilting or soiling longer
than when laundered anywhere else in
Salisbury. Summer is the crucial test
of 'good laundry ' work and -ours will
always stand the test. i
SALISBURY STEAM LAUHDRY.
to me directed, by H. S. Harkfns. Collector of
i hii nai . I i iim Lticr tPtj ll?ll.riCv OX
Vnrt.h f!i)Fiillnii r tli WnH ilav rnl tnu
iind acT.'ili.vt, (inn Tlirw . V.rilcl; I mill A u
2lst day of September, IKys, at 12 M. sell at
ine rwun nouse uoor in me town of Salis
bury, State of North Carolina, toi the
highest bidder for cash all Interest of I said
T.- M. Click in and to the following property
td-wit: 2 copper stills, 1 copper worm, 1 In
dicator and pipe, 4 barrels 1(3 gallons corn
whiskey, distillery building, warehouse and
land upon which thse buildings are situat
ed metes and bounds as shown in survey on
ra.u ?n.i; is uiiMit- ltr ute purpose or satis
fyiriK said warrant of distraint and costs.
Mil- Hil) 1H AUKrNff. .
-' U. K. MILLS.
. Deputy Collector.