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v- - DAY OF 7:D VTOESL
JL Sbne c'C the City Chir
- IroTV There yt ill t?
No r arriilijgeitu nt
fmatie for services at the Jit
. cliurch to-iuorro.-,
' -:4 . .j-7jTher e ' wi I bo' the iisr 1 1 1 1
J . St.: LilWu Episcopal rx?h n :
ttmoi row, a v - -,
There will probably be' -uo t
t- Alcra'at the - First Tresby teriaii
attending; Presbytery; He : may
-'.feend someohe du,: JT to-T' tuj
,"for 'the-:beIL :
S;yf r .'the ; Mou ch
i r I F n m. b S a in - . ill
ot the rbtiisville otphana wi
' :' , v Catholic ' ChurchffRev; Father
;.;4oseph pasforHiih.31ai .'. at
10:3Q a. in. Evening evotion M
, 18 p. in.
The Christian Endeavor bOciety
will hold if s regular meeting to:
morrow night at 7:15- in the ; Sun
Jav school roomxtf the Presbyte-
r;n nhiirrh' Subiect: "'Thc Tri-J
Hmph of Ghristianity." "Strangers
will bo; heartily welcome.
: Tliere will be service at Chest-,
nut Hill Methodist church in the
, humber;oJ,bales 1 bcnv. toot-
irpf hemff marketed oa :ao
ilJshnrv market. -T Tnirtccn bales
;vere?:ldfKuriay and ;.eJeven
;.y esicroay jlu,v p t itu i ai u
c. ': - .Thp Con.cpjrrt-Standard sAysj
r VMr.:Ernest Gobble has gone; up
rrl to"thina.Grove,whereJbeviil lie
": married to Miss Sallie ' Secaler to
. niffht. ' 5 r
ir? vi-Telephone'Lines.'- -
rJfssc; exchange.- .la-.wor kms: on the tele-
phone line between this place and
China Grove. If nothing hap
pens he will have the . line com
pleted Tuesday night. j
The Concord telephone -people
are working on the line from their
town to China Grove, and wil
have it completed Tuesday night
So Salisbury and Concord will be
connected by the second phone
line next week. j
; Mont Amoena Seminary. j
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Mont A mcena Female Seminary
opened September the 6th with ji
most encouraging enrollment. The
- - total number of students is eighty
four, representing the States of
Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia. The ma
jority of these are boarding stu
Rev. Geo. H. Cox, president of
the Board of Trustees, delivered
,." the opening address. ' The senior
class numbers eleven. I
Go to Jackson's market to see and
bQy stirne of that tine beef he has for
to-dav's trade. j
We have lots of new clothes
ready for your inspection. -Smoot
Bros. & Roarers. !
Yon Kent On- Council street.
Two furnished bed rooms with or
without board. Apply at Sun
-oflicc or P. O., box 113. !
FOR RENT: The livery stable op
posite the courthouse. Apply to J.
A. Thomason, Agent. I
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rr-H but At-
s cr near
U ut rtteii
!L v his
he took up".riationnl politi
Iku: it vry Svell. "
Elm Grove. n :nrh' 1
tt I'Otlr J optl1 i; t .V. - 5 1 .
beiur t o or 1 li i
living anvi"'4ru iTv"i
A)so-at the Vfv ' "
'Shel l TI x j .
Uisi tax collectihrr ;ti i i
first of Octobe r.;l t i
thd, candidates for ion
bounty . thisv-eveninrr
ton, is to be married. to:nioriov
Mr. Foster. . - - - ;
Mr. C.; M. Rogers, of. China
Grove, has - moved,- to Salisbury
rrritMntrmakr tntirjnrc here.'. --M1C
wilt :bd connbeted in . the pia j;
bttsinesV iwitlchis lirot!iern-Iaw
MtvO' S. GailhnorU; . ;
Str aYberries- j '
-lev c vP.lMy ler has ri pe straw-
berries, not many but enough to
sh iw that strawberries will ripen
in jSeritember. It is- something
urknuai to see ripe bef ries in' this
part of the. country so late ia the
At the University. v v
j. A. Caldwell, of Salisbury,
has been elected one of thejeditors
of the Tar Heel. . -
Warren Khittz is jnanager of
the foot ball team. Jle has gone
to j Charlottesville, Va., to make
arrangements for the annual foot
ball game with Virginia on Thanksgiving-Day.
The condition of Main street is
ssti ch as to cause comment . by a
number or people in passing.
Several gentlemen were heard dis
cussing the subject this morning.
O le of them very soberly sug
gested that a bridge would soon
be needed across the gulley which
rtns down . the middle of the street
in j front of the postoffiee. The
rains of recent months have made
there what looks now like a gone
Pure Pork, Balogna, Weiner, and
xed Sausage at Jackson's market.
Only place in town where you
h buy 2100 JinencoHar for 10c.
jSmoot Bros. &Rogers.
NO CURE Ni
That is the way all drupgisti sell GBOVE'S
STEL.ESS C111LL TON LO for Malaria,
Quinine in a tasteless form. Clnidren love
lis ana rever. it is simpiy iron ana
Adults prefer lt to bitter, nauseating
ncs I'rice so cents.
lIUSI'C:-Mss .Addie E. White
tcdclier of vocal and instrumental
niusi. Terms on application.
Those Peyser collars are as tine
the hnest made 2100 linen
ou can own them for 10c. each.--
jmoot Bros. & Rogers. v
SALISDURY, Hi;C, SATURDAY;
POPULISTS . COUE' 0 VEIL
A Leader Coines Over to the Democrats
"ani I la!: 3 a Speech- -
?YcstnHy was -a jrea.t-day ill
Ihath:ini - j 'ntyc There .was a
spea kiiis? and barbecue at Gold.stori
in. that county vmcvivas attended
by two, thoii&tnd,peopleu ' "
Ilonv hee'S0Ytniatiqi Sails
i l 'H:y,- w's-present AnU"iiade one of
-pch " '? of 4ho uay r -When he
: ly in thb coilrfty' came i(
?C ;nd jnade a spejc.b -Hcj: sta-.
),vith"thV.whitci; 'iicn hi liit
"lie haLfdtifrht 'fonrnqars
' d m hf c ud. hutduriiiff
' JIit ,for-fTpil"i'6r'n-
a !to uian'o'vernmeht,
mil'' be -found '
. .V. bCO
in the cotii-
e turned- home
Oiiii 1. liojLs -the : house
wild is at present raising
. roof on a part of Wadsworth's
stable, goes to CherVy ville to raise
thA roof of .the cotton mill. . His
nc :t. work ill be:;Jn - Salisbury,
and then he comes hc?, says the
Jhaflot ' "rver
This morningjrbctwe;en the pas-
sens:erdepot andjUain street, a
ladies black purse, silver trimmed,
was lost :T It is the , property of
Mrs. M. J. Cork of c3oncord,and
contained money and a railroad
ticketi. Finder will please leave
at StiN office and get reward.
Feast of Rosh Hashanalf.
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The sol em' feast of Rosh liash-
anah (new year) 5651); was inaugu
rated yesterday .evening by the
Hebrews of the world. This is
the last lay of the year 5658 A. M. ,
according to ancient Jewish chro
nology.. At 6 o'clock yesterday all
Jewish business houses in the city
were closed and will "not be open
for business again until -6 p. m.
The New Year is. a festival of
sacred character. It is called in
the Bible the day of the blowing
Ul LllU OUUXU1 ilUUI. AA1A., A.. IHIV1
of memorial (Lev. xiii., 24). The
lesson of the day is that of life's
uncertain tenure. Followers of
the faith are reminded of the fact
that thev are one year nearen the
inevitable grave. Prominence is,
therefore, given to the thought of
self -investigation. The books of
life are balanced, and the good and
evil deeds recalled. Emphasis is
laid upon the thought cf God as
Universal King' and Ruler, as the
Divine Justice that s:overns the
"Keep your pants on with At-
wood suspenders." Sold exclus
ively by Smoot Bros. &; Rogers.
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Shingles at my place to-morrow.
P. II. Thompson.
House Wanted- Si ze four rooms
in a desirable locality. Address box
264, Salisbury, 1ST. C.
MO CORE-M0 PAT
That is t he way all druggists sell GROVE'S
las m.ijjss uhill TOMO for -Malaria.
Chills and Fever. It is simply Iron i and
Quinine in a tasteless form.- Children! love
it. Adults nrefer it, to hitter. nAiiseiRtinz
m . . . . t '
ionics, irice oO cents.
" Silkaline and drapery just ijn ;at
the Corolina Racket.
v R(Kra over office for rent.
EYEianfeV SEPTEMBER 17,'
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NOMINATED :- FOR
'. -J- vIORS TOrDAY. ; .J
Con viou-rjaf r-Lexueton; Stafford ,
' '6f Foriyth'tT Was Chairman
r J- JZtt at IXoon.-"
The tPYhetoiai -Dfs-
triclfDc i; 'vntic "convention "met
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at Tiexingtn f:&t r noon to-day ,
Wlu lf :i Wird; 'oiyrsyth; vas
chairman 'd.HB.tVarner. C.
Pi.i,, Jf.jjT.M, .Julian' and A. J.-
Ions- r, rev jtaine. - ..'.-s-T:f
i-i Lv rgamzatrOn .the - con
; - -JT jr ........ jri. - , '.f
OiitiOii !iu : irned" for "linner,rf. It
.gain at, l;30;andr nominated
i.inimoiuslv i JbhnC; Thomas, of
Davidson, av-;! .Ko'befl'BGIe'nQVoj
ForsytbVfoi Bccators. -
.v - Clint N. BRowyX'
He isA7anted Iir;Asheville-An Offi
see that Fre ilouston, who about
eiglit month pi?: held the posi
tion of y..Rondaetor on the loca
yards of thVSouthefn at Asheville
and w ho 1 c f trtbat city- very i sud-
denly uiKlorcIprJ, has been lo
cated. Houston i -.charged with
forging the Crimes of railroad men
tu cuucks. ,.vsoon :as nis assa
c ::i tcs sun j ec t h .jr,IIo,;.stonJweri
delphia.":There he joined the Firif
his name as
James "K. 15rown.
this regiment passed, through
Asheville yestenlay, homeward
bound from Camp Poland, Knox
ville. . I -:- ' . .
Houston was seen and recog
nized by Conductor Thomas E.
As soon as the military train
pulled into the station Officei Mc
Donald, W. II. Deaver and a num
ber of railroad men began an ef
fective search for the forger and
soldier. When found he said lie
had been getjting along very Cwell
Col. J. Li-
Asheville. ; ;
Good told the officers
they could not have Honston, so a
telegram was sent to Secretary
Alger' asking that Houston be
given into. the custody of the civil
authorities at Greensboro. -Hop-
ing that the Secretary of War
would grant the request, Deputy
Sheriff McDonald left on passen
ger train No. 12 with the inten
tion of following the train., On
arriving in Salisbury, however,
the officer found that the train was
too. far ahead, and therefore re
Attention Young Men. '
There will be a meeting in the
Sunday school room of the Metho
dist church to-morrow evening at
5 o'clock to which all those who
were interested in the late Young
Men's Christian Association of
this city are cordially invited
Other youngi men are also invited
to attend. It will be a social
meeting and it is hoped that a
large number of the young people
will be present.
Our new Palmer & Phoenix
derbies in brown and black are
the acme of perfection in head
dress. Smoot Bros. & Rogers.
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WANTED: Good 4 or o gallon
H. A. Bernhardt.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
AH Druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. At cents,
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SAILED. FOE' PARIS."
TliinkaT5rV Will Be IIomtckV7itli
Spain's i Commission- A Dfense
qf, .thfrvSnrg-eon GeneraL
pVance,; to - meet the commission-
ers m.tue opanisn government and
io nnauy septie. the terms of peace
between the two countries, j V '
; V hen questioned J udge Day;
chairman of the contmissionV'aid:
. ; 1 suppose yoti would like to
know exactly what' arethexoridi
tions&l the-treaty and ', what: w
luiuK jwym n3x togetner witn tne
impressions in'l'aris of the! Span
ish com mission ers. ' J I
- . We had"a "conference rwith vfbe
caoinet Detorc we -Ytott Washing
ton and withhold.' our' iirstvmeU-
.. . 1 - .. :. t : ... . - .1 - . ...
lfig aboard jtheJstcamoK this after-
uuuu. .-ua' an. unacrstana ?tne
-. TIT . -.: ir ' . -. ' . i
wishes; of thecabioCtnd belcye
there. wjllj be practicallytnd change
alter our - conference with- the
v Wq th in k America's tor mS "wil 1
be regarded ns i;easonabIe..Tiiere-
fore' we bclieYCt.the work - of; the
opmmission will not ? lye-impeded
itiseiess discus. jon."
BUSINESS- PULL AT WASHINGTON.:
I-C Washington, Sept! 17: -There
is practical iy i no business r.t tne
White 'Ho'ase.' The President was
driven ..to StTMaUhews church
for the reposeof Ihe " s.ul of ' the
late JEmjpress of Austria v It was
a mostr; impbsini-.-r" " and
was " attendeji"-.byv- 'resident
McKinley, rrrha lt -c rnisv'Gab-
inet and,:.the ir3jpmi.'cops;;
Am bassador. (j&m lion ,- rei
vy Department is'makihg acig
will go out of com m ission arid; lie
held in reserve at Ueagm lariiJ
navy yard. One line "officer inc
one engineer "officer; -will
signed to each vessel theprincipal
of which are the cruisers- Mineap
olis, Columbia, " Ram' Kathadih,"
Dynamite Cruiser . Vesuvius, Aux
iliary Cruisers '.-Yankee,;- Dixie,
Yosemitc, Marine Transports
Badger and Panther. Besides the
officers there will be a sraa
of enlisted tneh.
- ..SURGEON GENEKAIi S DEFENSE.
Washington, Sept. 17 The Sur
geon (jenerars o thee of the army
department to-day gave j out a
statement concerning the respon
sibility of the medical department
of the army which said among
other, things. ... - j
"It would require a superhuman
power to meet the expectation, of
many of those who have . criticised
the surgeon general. '
"His responsibility is great, Jtmt
it is impossible for him to person
ally administer or supervise the
medical administration" of Jthe -ar
mies in the field. I For this reason
there were appointed chief sur
geon for each military department,
each army corps, each division and
each brigade. ; These chefs"are
responsible to their commanding
generals, and the surgeon, jgeneral
has no authority over therii To
hold the surgeon general respon
sible for the conduct of five hun
dred or more regimental surgeons,
appointed by the Governors of the
States most of them witho at mili
tary experience, is absurd "
"The same is true regarding the
six hundred contract doctors em-
srciA t.isrATcii to '.-thjs trs . Sj tSrl018 ndrho has direct charge '
ArfcafrVPeac-misone -'WJ.l, med.cal supply md
have WWejaESVCaiijpj'oiia'Vna 1 -h-0, &ureon ' seneral
will-sitfl.thfs afooVfdr Patis; : 2?Jeayored. to anticipate the -
the city especial ly bef esept:
lO Cents Per Week-
ployed,: The Jirgent need of mel
ical .assistance made . it impossible
to haveMoarda pf bxamination for
thesedoctors.J Even; if ild
KaVeCqualifid- they . Ii6keu ex
periqncendvthe -rsurgeon general
inot responsible for the neglect
9? incompetency, of medical; v?ili-cers-Avheher
regular and vohm--i.
teer..His duties were to recom- -
mend the assignment of' medical
army and has estab
lished t branch . : sunnlv stations-
Most of the orders !came, byk tele
graph and.-sometimes -lucre were
no means of transportation. Hos.
pital trains" or ."transports ariinot
under his direction.'V - -" , :
-" - - Wheeler'fca: Cou-rei !
-; sV'ei aL djstatc:h" TO r'AjBTstjiO I '
Birmingham, ;AIa .Sptrt 7 -The
DetaocVatiprimaSy -of '-ttic EighthT -
district; nbminataxl'General AVheel- -
er-for Cohgrcs. -'There, wa.- no .
- srECfAL "DisriTutVTIIEsN-3 -;i:
Now-Vork,- Sept 17 Tlie litst
sliirwtly ing-.t he Spanish -tfag- which
has "cn&ed this port since, "war
tcV-day. -.;i:hv is tl.j'-Oran AntillV
i r r ing,.cigh t . pasieugeirs -;and:i
v iM.JtTopiinent Clcr
- LSPECIAL.JISrATCII ' T'TE UX.l
Belfast," -Ireland, .ept, i 'Rev.
lnn Hall, crie of th lending, ler
grmrh of x Now
' iPECJ A Jj- D11 TfTI To 'tDE SUN.
V Middleboro, ia-. Sept.1 17v
Charles Bourne, the voung man
suspecfecr of J complicity in : the
4th yt murdered Marion 1 Grace
ralxpor f ; ret umed-r
i.auu? ui me ar nv .inn ruis 'stni
I FspecjAlt Disi'ATcn to the-sunT. ..'-
Candia, Sept. 17 A admiral Noel, '
the British .naval com mander, has "
handed a note to the Turkish gov-
ernment demanding the disarm a- ,
ment" of the muisulman popula
tion. - ; ;.; . .
The Governor is -awaiting in- "
stiuctions from the Turkish gov.
ernment. . . ' 4 . -
Salisbury wants . electric lights,
Salisbury must have electric lights
and Salisbury will.- have electric
lights, these big black gas pipes
laying along the gutters of the
streets to the contrary noth with
Although as a rule they are men
of long lives, no fewer than 1,723
members -of" the sacred, college of
Cardinals have died since Leo
XIIL ascended the papal throne,
and 67 of this number were of his
own creation "
Fine. veal and .forty spring lambs
for sale at Jackson's.
Novelties in Chenille spreads at the
Carolina Racket. . -
Miss Hutchinson' can accommodate
a couple of gentleman boarders. Coun
FOR RENT: Five room" house on
Fulton street: water and stable. Ap
ply at Sun office. j