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SALISBURY DAILY SUN.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
JOE X. ROUECHE. I
CLINT. N. BROWN, f
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
Delivered by Carriers to any part of the'city
without extra cost.
Jfor advertising rates apply to the publishers
Office over Burt's shoe store, on Main street.
Entered at postofflce s second-class matter.
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 27, 1898.
For Congress Seventh District:
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, ;
For Solicitor Eighth District:
WlllEY RUSH, J ;
For the Legislature:
LEE S. OVERMAN,
D. R. JULIAN. ,
For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. G. WATSON,
For Register of Deeds:
II. N. WOODSON, '.
J. M. MONROE.
J. SAM'L McCUBBlNS, JR.
For Cotton Weigher:
G. II. PAGE.
E. ROSE DORSETT.
For County Surveyor:
C. M. MILLER.
For County Commissioners:
J. FRANK McCUBBlNS,
P. D. LINN.
Salisbury's Democratic club is
now safely launched. The first
regular V meeting since organiza
tion was held last night and was
nnmivtcDrl r-f rvirlntp mon. -Thp
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crowu ana uie einuu,,,
played was inspiring ; to the ad-
herents of Democracy. The earn-
estness displaved by the lnemb ts j
has seldom ever been rou i led in ,
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tion to carry the township Iry an
overwhelming majority was plain
ly the intent of all present. Eich
man seemed bent on this one pur
pose, and we will be surprised if
they do not accomplish it. The
thoroughness of the organization
and the determination of the mem
bers to go to work is a guarantee
that a sweeping victory may be
The Sun is glad to see this en
thusiasm on the part of the club
"and bicls it go onward to success
and victory. v
HARD ON THE OFFICERS.
Rev. T. W. Babb, a Populist,
and a man who has been honored
quite numerously with offices by
the Populists and who is now an
Independent Populist candidate for
the Senate from the First senato
rial district, used in a recent speech
the following tough language,
which is hard on the officers the
fusion crowd now in control of
. - . s
the State : j
"When the man in the moon
passes over North Carolina, he
has , to hold his nose, and if the
Blue Ridge mountains were con--verted
into ipecac, and poured in
to the mouth of hell, it could not
possibly vomit forth such a lot of
low-down, damnable scoundrels as
are now in the capitol." ; j
Rev. Bab bus not the "kind of a
sort" of a fellow, perhaps, to make
such a statement, and it comes in
bad taste from him since he has
been one of them, but he was
probably nearly correct in his re
lir.irk. i' ;L j
j" In a. speech in Johnson count'
last we jk, Cy. Thompson offered
to pay five dollarsr for each and
every J 'opulist who had gone back
to the Democrats if they would
stand i p in the crowd, whereupon
twelve of them arose, but Cy.
didn't fork over? lie "called,"
they 'Showed down," '.'but, ho, re
fused t: "ante," says the. Greens
An enterprising Texan, Sam-'
uel Webb, has already purchased
an immense tract of land in east
ern Cuba for a cattle ranche. He
is dow preparing to ship thither
2500 head of Texas cattle as a ba
the scheme that be expects
like him the Cuban,
-A gold bug Democrat, a silver
Populist and an extremely
young Republican, all on the same
ticket is a sight fit to make the
gods h ugh. But, the Greensboro
Reeora says, such is the Republi
can team in Guilford. ,
ie General Convention of
the Protestant Episcopal Church
in the United States will meet in
Wash ingsonp on October 5. The
revisit n of the constitution and a
proposed change in the name of
the church will be among the sub-'
jeets considered. '
-Natives of some of the Phil
provinces refuse to pay
lis they say that Aguinaldo
e other revolutionists were
j ' General Garcia, in an inter
view is quoted as saying that he
recognizes the United States gov
ernment as the only civil authority
''The Confederate Veteran is Played
Ged, L. Tonnofski, chief clerk
in thd office of Dan Young, clerk
of thd court of Wake county in
ling C. B. Ray, superinten-
dent of the county home, for . dis-
an oM Confederate
"cjiiise ho refused to vote the
it ticket and putting in a
in his place, said, "The
Moderate veteran nas - piayeu
out in this cniuitry."
lyes; with the Republican
j od Confederate . soldiers,
bravo, men who lost their
i. i t 1 !li
arms ana legs, ana -spin xneir
bhod in defending the very coun-
try Which these Kepublicans are
now debauching and robbing, must
step uside and give place to the
negroes. The Republicans say
" the Confederate veteran is played
Negro Government at Kinston.
Last night one of our white cit
izens was sitting on the steps at
the ost office and was ordered
awaj ! by thev negro janitor. The
gent eman ordered off saw two ne-
groes on another portion of the
steps, but they were allowed to
remain there. Kinston. ree Press
Economy is the road to wealth.
Vn old Paris beggar died suddenly
a few days ago and in a belt worn
aroiind his body there were bank
notes to the value of 300,000 francs.
Discovered by a Woman.
pother great discovery has
been made, and that toothy a wo
man I in this country. "Disease
fastened its clutches upon her and
for seven years she withstood its
seve rest tests, but her vital or
gan were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For : three
months she coughed incessantly f
and could not sleep. She finally
discovered a way to recover, by
purchasing of us a bottle of Dr,
King's lew Discovery for Con
sumption and was so much re
lieved on taking first dose that she
slept all night; and with two bot
tles! has been absolutely cured.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz."
Thus writes W. C. Hamnick &
Co r of Shelby, N C. Trial bot
tles! free at Theo. F. Kluttz& Co's
urug store, iteguiar t-ize duc. and
$I.p0.. Every bottle guaranteetl.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Telegraphic News Condensed for Uie Conven
lence of Hasty Readers, y
t : Mrs. Jefferson Davis and party
returned to New York;
A settlement between Chili and
Argentina is now considered ' as
sured. - , . ; ; ; H.
The Spanish warship Maria
Teresa was raised ; and towed to
Major. Esterhazy; in aja inter
view, is quoted .as,; telling the
whole outline of the t)reyfus plot.
It. is thought the yiden:ing and
deepening of the Dismal Swamp
canal wilb be completed ;by Janu
ary I. '
M. Deroulede, at a mass-meeting
in Paris yesterday said Drey
fus would be lynched if he shduld
ever return to France
. Emperor William, in an address
at the opening of thb new harbor
at Stettin, said, "Our future lies
on the waterl" , " V "
Col . W m . J . Bryan , of the
Third; Nebraska : Regiment, wras
unabje to leave Washington yes
terday on account of sickness.
Fannie Davenport (Mrs. Mel
bourne McDowell) died at her
summer home in Massuichusetts
last night of enlargement 61 the"
The death rate is high among
Colonel Ray's "immune troops" at
Guantanamo. Sickness continues
to spread among the-Americans in
Porto Rico. . r ',, s-
. In a speech at Jacksonville, Sec;
retary Alger praised General Lee
and said he had kept , his camp
healthier and better than any in
!A colored girl was killed yester
day by a brick thrown from the
top window of the St. James Hotel,-
Baltimore, it is alleged, by
three young men who were amus
ing themselves there.
A special from Mountain City,
Tenn., says about 2 o'clock yester
day morning a mob of 100 men
overpowered the Johnson county
jailor and took John Williams, the
negro who seriously stabbed Sher
man Dunn and raped Mrs. Mollie
Shelfon, from the jail and hung
him to a tree'. . ;,;.,
The: "Sanctified Band" 6f ne
groes are holding meetings in an
old, mill building near" Bridegville,
Del. One of the" doctrines of this
band is the exchanging of wives.
Last evening while the preacher
was denouncing crapshooting some
players took offense and began to
pelt the minister with bad eggs.
I Charles F. Moore; a prominent
contractor of Manchester, Va.,
was shot and killed by Penrose
Carter, a well-known merchant.
Carter then went to the jail and
gave himself up, but refused tq
make an explanation of the shoot-
mg. it, is Known tne men nau
some words about a debt of thtee
dollars, but there it is believed
that some mystery is behind the
An official dispatch from St.
Louis, Senegal, French West Af-
rica, says a force of Soudanese
sharp-shooters, in the French ser-
vice, commanded by Lieutenant
Woolfel, has defeated an army of
Solas, under one of Somory's
chiefs, capturing 5,000 men and
seizing 300 Gras rifles a ad quanti
ties of ammunition. It is added
that the French force had one
For broken surfaces, sores, in
sect bites, burns, skin diseases and
especially piles 'there is one re
liable remedy,.' DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve., When
you ; call .for DeWitt's don't
accept counterfeits or frauds.
You will not be disappointed with
DeWitt's . Witch; Hazel Salve.
James Plummer. t
When you call for DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve the great pile
cure, don't accept anything else.
Don't be talked into accepting a
substitute, for piles, for sores, for
burns. James Plummer.
Our State Mast Be Eestored.
' One word to the voters of 'the
Democratic party in particular.
Every man has some influence
u poi ' . h is associates, , Therefo re
let every man strive to get some
neighbor to return to the party
through which the honor of North
Carolina was sustained in the dark
days of reconstruction and the
only party which
so in the present
can and will do
crisis. Rem em -
ber the lonsrer
party is put of power the severer
the task will bo to restore our
State to a state of decency, order
and honor .Wilson News. '
Repudiates the Deal. T
The editor of the King's Moun
tain Reformer, Populist paper,
discussing the deal which has been
made between the Populist . and
Republican leaders in Cleveland
county, says: Last election we
slid out of the Republican end of
the county ticket quietly, but this
year we will be more frank; and
repudiate the deal openly. We
cannot endorse the Republican and
.Populist platforms at the same
time. We cannot knowingly
stand with one foot on 'one and the
other on the other of such ultra
It is well to keep trying this is
what life is given usN for.
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS
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successful when Cotton Root, Pennyroyal, Ergot, etc.,
have proren worthless. 23 two-cent stamps brings trial
package, and convinces the most skeptical of their won
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containing valuable information for ladies. 'Address
LbClaik Pill Co., U. S. Agents, Boston. Mass.
N. B- All correspondence confidential and returned
with trial package. j
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For Sale in Salisbury by Jas Plummer
Why. should you pay the mid
dleman a big profit, when you can
buy the finest Piano made direct
from the factory and save so much
money " -
Have no superior and the only
world-renowned- piano sold this
way. , You can't" afford to pay the
price of a Steitf -.Piano for a me
dium grade. Terms to Auit. See
our stock. ve have the .finest
tuner in the State. .'Phone il)6.
Chas. IV1. Sticff,
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Wareroom, 213 N. Try on St.
C. II. WILMOTfl, Manager.
AN EXQUISITE AIR OF SUPERIORITY
in the consciousness of nerfectlv laun-
dered linen, a man involuntarily as
sumes that has his furnishings and
linen done up at the '
SALISBURY STEAM LAUNDRY.
The skill and superior workmanship
that is laid on your collars, cuffs, etc.,
reaches an art in the beauty of color
and finish. ! ;
To All Bread Eaters
Begiuning August 22, 1898, 1
40; Loaves Bread for $1
until further notice.. Look out for
wagon, or call and get your tickets
early and avoid the rush.
T. L SWINK.
' : Sel I igoddy Shoes
Well, yes : If you
Havana experience with
lis you know
The Maine9 secret of
of our goods
to buy BURT'S SHOES. ,
yvatson, you don
" pair. THey have stood severe
tests, but1 can stand
G ever a.
We are selling: a man's satin calf,
1 three soles, drill lined, bull dog toe,
; 6 wide shoe, for $2.oo, that is as .
- - - - strong s ;. vr " 0
Sampson, and as good as any ihree dollar
- . shoe on. the market.
EEtJTTZ & RENDLEMAN
LADIES SHOES, (small sizes) at 10, 25, 50 and 75c. per pair.
MISSES SHOES, 10, 25, 40, 50 and 75c. per pair.
CIIILDKENS SHOES, (a big assortment) at-10, 25, and 50c. ier
pair. -.. . ...
The above foods' must be soltTto make room for our big; stock of
Winter Shoes. j '
We are receiving new Winter goods, in many lines.
' Big Assortment of Shirts,. Hats, 0:rpets and Kugs,
New Stock of Nice Trunks suitable for school boys and girls.
Table, Tin and Woodwares. I
Last but not least, Eatables. We 1 we have so nianv srood things.
it is useless to try to tell about them, but if vou will come we will
show you the best from many lands
Maiiimotli Furniture, . Emporium.
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Has the largest stock in the city! to
- are 1ew' .PWH and up-to
A Specialty. He has a lino of CASKETS, liUKIAL JiOIKS, kIc.
unsurpassed m the State. Personal attention given to
EUBAUIIN6 AND DIRECTION OF FUNERALS
We are agents
hor.m.fn- For style
lead all others in style
For anything ln.the Shoe line call on us.
G. EL r &
Lis Why thousand
be! eve it ? Just try a
and at prices the lowest in town.
Yours to Serve,
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Words faU to describe' the beauty
rifi our Furniture in design, up
holstery or perfect finish. Our
Library Tables, Book Cases,
Leather Couches and iJeather
Chairs are rich, and ornamental,
as, well as durable and eminently
useful. Our Curio Cabinets are
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what the collectors of si)ecimcn8
select from, ari.l while his
date in every particular, his
for the celebrated
an id wear tfiere is none
and finish. Big con
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