SALISBURY DAILY SUN.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
JOE X. ROUECHE.
CUNT. N. BKOWN. f
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Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 15, 1898.
Congress Seventh District:
THEO. F. KLUTTZ,
- -lhe distress produced in
France by the Czar's proposal of
disarmament is very real and very
great. , Its effect, it is held, is to
throw-unon' France- the blame of
keeping armies?big, whereas it be
longs to-Germany, and must con
tinue to belong to Germany until
Alsace and Lorraine are restored
to France. The Czar says peace
while the object of France's arm
ing is still unattained. France's
ally thus, in effect, deserts her and
rebukes her. Stupefi cation was
produced at Pa rik by the I fact that
such a proposal was made to the
world by Russia without first con
For Solicitor Eighth District:
For the Legislature:'
LEE S. OVERMAN,
D. R. JULIAN. '
For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. G. WATSON, r
For Register of Deeds:
JI. N. WOODSON, .
J. M. MONROE.
SAM'L McCUBBlNS, JR.
For Cotton Weigher:
G. H. PAGE.
For Coroner: ':'',
E. ROSE DORSETT.
For County Surveyor:
C M. MILLER. ;
P. D. LINN.
the recently completed school
census of Chicago shows that in
one block in the Sixteenth ward
there! are but seven American-
bornr residents out "of a total of
2,:t!2i j the majority being Poles.
In ai other block there arc 2,5S3
Poles; out of a total population of
2,58-, the other, man ' being a
Chin iman. The total "population
of ths city is estimated at 1,851,
5SS, which figures would indicate
a grc wth of over 70 per cent, since
The contracts for building
three battle ships have been award
ed tt the Cramps, the Newport
News Shipbuilding Company and
the Jnion Iron Works of San
Fran isco. They will be of 12,500
tons displacement and have speed
of 18fr knots.
The decision of United States
Circuit J udge Simonton in the
Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad
case is regarded as a victory for
the Ryan interests in the contest
for tne control of the Seaboard Air
For inconsistency some, if not
all, of the Populist papers take the
cake. The j Progressive Farmer
and the Caucasian are tine in
stances. They j are In th loading
Populist papers in the Stale andt'imi
both are read (perhaps more .-by
the Populists than any other pa-
'he Republican Congressional
convention of the Fourth district
ed to meet in Raleigh Sep
tember. oOth.- K. A. Johnson(col-),
is thd chairman of the Republican
Couares&ioual executive commit
pers in North Carolina. , Due ing
the kilter part and after the clos
ing of the last legishitme :their-'
own legislature they gave vent
to some very bitter .denunciations
against it. Words, it seemed,
were not severe enough to express
their contempt of some of the pro
ceedings, in fact, these papers
were, if anything, even harder in
their condemnation of the legisla
ture than Democratic papers.
Now they are praising it. Fusion
management of the State's affairs
has been very 1 good they say.
They cannot say too much in
favor of it. Aught said against
the brilliant record of that legisla
ture,aceording to their version, is
And thus it goes.
The people, however, Will not
be fooled by their praise, this
time. The acts of the fusion leg
islature are tod well known f cr
even these great lights to deceive
The proceedings of the two fu
sion legislatures are known and
read not only all over North Caro
lina but for a distance outside of
it. The voters, if indications do
not fail, will certainly denounce
them at the polls on election day.
i b-n-.l enough under any
iM.uufo for a bachelor to
baby, but it's simply tor-
Ulien llic baby's mother is the
girl who j'lted him two years be
Some of the1 New Jersey news-
papers are discussing me possioii
ily of 'electing Grover Cleveland to
the Sbnate of the United States in
j of Senator Smith,
is about to expire.
(j)n October 10 the Lafayette
memorial commission proposes to
take up a collection in the schools
and colleges in the United States
ldva monument to Lafayette
A French paper imparts the in-
teres ing information that a great
mam cattle die in the United
State -i from a disease called bliz
When the- get down with
3 case of blizzards there is no
thing as curing them.
ieuthe timber supply gives
out on this side Russia has a patch
of 8S, 000,000 acres in one province
to fall I ak on, in which the , axe
has as yet been scarcely heard.
t . . - .
Popping the question is not half
as nfflcn oi an orueai as uuestion-
The Democrats of Vermont in
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the last election, cut down the Re4
publican majority of 38,000 Jn
1896 to 23,000 ! and elected fifty
members of the Legislature against
nineteen in 18D6.
-At Vicksburg, Miss., yester
day the Republicans of the Third
district nominated T. J. Jones, a
negro, for Congress, in opposition
ing the pop.
The Vatican possesses
pound Bible. . -
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
he largest sale of any Salve in
world. This fact audits merit
ed dishonest people to attempt
- NEWS OF THE DAY.
.Telegraphic Mews Condensed for the Convea
ienfe of Hasty Readers. I i
j $123,870,(540 of the new bonds
have been issued. ;
Miss Winnie Davis is much ini
proved, and the prospects are
good for her rapid recovery to
J Work on the Cristobal Colon is
to be abandoned, as the officer in
charge says that it is not possible
to save the vessel.
Eleven courtiers at Seoul have
been arrested on suspicion of hay
ing poisoned the Corean Emper
or, who was taken suddenly ill. j
f . : ' !
i The hurricanes whicji have beeh
sweeping over the Lesser Antilles
killed 300 persons on the island of
St. Yincent'and 200'on Barbadoes.
It is reported in Paris . that
President Faure, rather than al-
low revision of the Dreyfus case,
will resign and seek re-election. I
It is expected that a Spanish
steamer will' arrive at San Juan
in a few days to embark the firt
of the troops who will evacuate
Porto Rico. j
General Lawton's daily health
report from Santiago: Total sick,
1,206; total fever, 741: total new
cases. 84; total returned to duty,
3i4; deaths (.
Stanley Spencer, the aeronau
made next to the higost balloon
ascension on record in. England
yesterday, ascending to a height
of 27,500 feet. The -temperature
was 61 degrees below freezing
An important clue was obtained
in the Brigeport (Conn.) murder
mystery by the apparent identifi
cation of the laundry mark on a
garment wrapped around the head
f the murdered young woman, j
Despite Lord Salisbury's decla
ration that he would brook no in
terference from any other power
in the Niu Chang Railroad loan
contract, he has yielded, to .-all; the
conditions Russia imposed.
A cable message from
Dean u niteu Astro
nounces the disco
comet by Pe
Ay a return of Tern
A spccial from Beaufort,' S. C,
reports the ! tlrownmg of lapt.
Ichabod Wiley, , of the v recked
schooner Bartlett, of Thomaston,
Me.i and Capt. Henry, von Har-
ten and a negro of Beaufort, in a
small sailboat, off Hilton Head.
They- were going to inspect the
wreck of the Bartlett when their
North Carolina Leads.
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North Carolina is the leading
manufacturing iState in the South,
and some idea may be had of the
growth of the cotton mill.industry
1 M I J J J
wnen tne statistics are examined.
The statistics Up to August '31,
1898, show that North, Carolina
has 1,018,303 -spindles in 1 opera
tion, the second largest number in
t-he South. She has 186 mills, in
cluding those under construction,
out of 491 mills in the South
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nearly 40 per cent, of the entire
factories in the ;Sotith.
North Carolina has more spin
dles than the States of Arkansas,
ed. She has nearly 2.? per cent,
of Jill the spindles in . the South.
SHe has 23,351 loom's out of a to
tal of 103,305 looms in all the
Out of 21 mills under construc
tion in the South, North - Carolina
is building 11, over 50 per cent.
During the year ending August
31, 1898, the mills of North Caro
lina consumed 150,S02,SS9 pounds
of lint cotton (332,801 bales.)
.ME, LE GLAIR'S
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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 Salisfwry by Jas Vlurtimcr
A bride always starts by giviug
her husband half the clothes
closet, but within three weeksiall
his clothes will be haiuringon four
nails. Atchison Globe.
During the last twelve months
the retiring lord mayor of London,
Sir (ieorge Faudel Phillips, has
raised 3,500,000 in charitable
A church built of compressed
paper and capable of seating. 1,000
persons, has been erected in Ber
SING THEIR OWN PRAISE;
Not only musically, hut in the
price, this world-renowned piano
is sold! at. Scientifically construc
ted, they represent the highest
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Solt! direct from factory, you save
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Ctias. IVI. Sticff,
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Wareroom, 213 N. Tryon St.
C. II. WILMOTII, Manager.
( -1 H y Q ffi ' ' ' p
lyjlyj(9lli3 11 "P,
This modern ! $3.oo Shoe
for women, embodies all qualities necessary
to makea high graqle Shoe. Note the adver
tisements of this Shoe in all the latest maga
zines. t Quality counts in style fit, ease and
wear, in Workmanshin anri Mrid anH m
these essentials this shoe is
from start to finish; In short, the Limit of
excellence is found in
"Queen Quality'' Shock" at J3.00
Distributing agents at Salisbury, N. C.
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LADIES SHOES, (small sizes at 10, 25, 50 and 75c. per pair.
MISSES SHOES, 10, 25, 40, 50 and 75c. per pair. :
CHILDREN'S SHOES, a big assortment) at 10, 25, and 50c. per
make room for our bur stock of
The above croods must be sold to
We are receiving new A
Big Assortment of Shirt
r New Stock of Nice Trim
inter.goods, in many lines.
S, Hats, Cjrpets and lvugs, enough for
...... -j. -
ks suitable lor school bovs and snrls.
Table, Tin and Wood wares.
Last but not least. Eatables. Well we have so nuinv trood tbin
. . . , . .. . ml
it is useless to. try to tell about them, but if vou will come we. will
show, you the best from many lands aWUvt prices the lowest in town.
V Yourtj t Serye, ': ;
Kla'it'as:' & Rendleman.
AN EXQUISITE AIR OF SUPERIORITY
in the consciousness of perfectly laun
dered linen, a iiian involuntarily as
sumes that has his furnishings and
linen done up at the . .
The skill and
that is laid on our collars, cuffs, etc.,
reaches an art in the' beauty of color
and finish. I M
to counterfeit it. Look out for
the. than who attempts to deceive
youfwhen you call for I )e Witt's
Witbh Hazel Salve the. great pile
cure! . James Plum me r.
Truth wears welb People have
learned that DeWitVs Little Early
Risers are reliable little pills for
regulating the bowels, curing
constipation and sick headache.
They don't gripe. James Pium-nier.
Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marys-
ville, Tex., has found a more valu
able discovery than has yet been
made in the Klondike. For years
he suffered untold agony from con
sumption, accompaniel by hemor
rhages; and was absolutely cured
by Dr. King's New Discovery 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 posi
tively cured by Dr. Kinz's New
Discovery for Consumption Trial
bottle free at Theo. F. kKluttz &
Co's. Druk Store. Regular size 50
cts. and $1.00. Guaranteed to
RE-SALE OF LAND !
Pursuant to a decree of Rowan Superior
Court made in tHe special proceedings en
titled James F. Brser admr of Caleb Bar-
eer vs Jesse Li. Barker and others, and by
an oraer oi saia your" to re-sell the lands
named below to make assetts. I will sell at
itlie highest bidder at f lie
nublic out-rry to
court house dor
the town 'of Salisbury
17th day of October 1898,
at 12 o'ekx'k M, the following described lands
to wit: One trat Of land in Steele township
an joining uie lanus or wetmore, J'olly nob
bins, the McConnoughey lands and others.
Beginning at a persimmon McConnoughey's
corner, thence NJ li W. 42 ciis. to a stake on
the b;inks of Wetmore creek, thence with
the creek to a stake on liev. Wetmore's .line
on ban-ks of creek, thence S. :w.09 chs. to .
to a stake on Polly Dobbins' line; McCoy's
corner, tneni-e inj k'j . Jsy.S.clis, to tlie re
srinninsr, -containing 208 Ucres. more or less.
Terms of sale: .t cash, '.i in six months, and
other H in twelve months; interest at IS per
cent on deferred payments from day of sale.
Title reserved until all purchase money Is
paid. Title perfect: Possession given at
once. If purchaser should desire he can
pay all'purchase money down and get title
at once. ' winning to begin, at sisss.w. 1111
SeptemlMjr 15th, 1808.
Admr. of Caleb Barger
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Mammoth Kuril if uri- Eniporiuin.
Vords fail to describe the beauty
of our Furniture in design, up
holstery or perfect finish. Our
Library Tables, Bok Cases,
Leather Couches and Leather
Chairs are rich and ornamental,
a well as durable and eminently
.useful. Our Curio Cabinets are
. i; - - - ; I .-. -
what the collectors of specimens
'need.. : r-
Has the largest stock inthe city to select fron'u nd while Yh'is grod
are. New, Stylish and up to date in every particular,-his
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.
A Specialty. He has a line,of CASKETS, DUU1AL KORKS, Etc.,
unsurpassed in the State. Personal attention idven'lo"
EHBALHING AND DIRECTION OF FUNERALS
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We are agents fori the celebrated
ror men. For style and wear there is none
better. ; :; ; :.; ;.'!.
Sach'fej likdie Fine Shoes
lead all othersin style and finish. Big con
signment just received. .
For anything in the Shoe line call on us.
to Gen. T. C. Catcbings.
cure or price refunded.
K. Lee Wright, Atfy