EYERYBO D Y - . ) j THIS WEEK, openings goods, packing" ) . ' . I . i ; . . them away and selling them. We are too busy tisement now, but stock later. Groceries Do you want to buy groceries? If you do you should not fail to call and see me. 1 carry a full line. j I have also the best shad, &c, brought to this market. j Fish Days-FRIDAY and SATUR DAY. Call and see me. . - , Yours truly, C. H. SWINIC. JLMU V CI did eyes sparkle with the light of health, unless its glow also rented upon the checks. Are you afflicted with blemishes of complexion;? Remove them i by. usins: the 'simplest, most eiiective, yet harmless rem- 'cdy which is know5 to civili zation. Thous- ands freely attest the virtues of Madame A. Ruppert's Face Bleach and none beve never used it who do not pronounce its actum won derful. All of her preparations are universally extolled. We are now offering them in our toilet and perfumery department. Face Bleach is $2.00 for a- single bottle. Lute ! -o- A Complete Lino of Building Material MOBILIZED f - , o ,. When you want a house you will find everything necessary to its j ' completion within our j KortificationS. Tvo "verv necessary adjuncts to our FLKET is the Famous Limetonj (Va ) lime wood-burnt and the I best on the market, now on j sale. Also the exclu- ' sive sale of- the j CELEBRATED ASBESTOS PAINT manufactured by H. W. John's Mfg. Co., New York, which is now in stock. GIVE US A CALL. Cordially, -I C. A. RICK, j Yet J 1 T V J op. to write an adver will tell you of our 4 COLD WORLD this would be if Na pro ure hadn't supplied us with the her material to heat it. lhis world is to ran on a coal basis: It is a necessity verybody. There are all grades,' and we keep nothingJut the very best our superior i BLUE ;JEM i (okioinal) Tri JELL ICO COAL . Qjhe best burning Coal, the cleanest OoaL no soot or clinkers, no slate or siadk. tlie most desirable Coal known. anq; every ton guaranteed io piease you as well as prices. Also a superior grape oi ANTHRACITE COAL (All sizes.) dFull weight, guaranteed. J. ALLEN BROWN. P nc Apple Snow,- Ice Chocolate Alad all the popular drinks now on . sale at Cuthrell's Drug Store. JAPANESE C-TUK53 'OSITORIKS, Capsules of Ointment and two ; rf Ointment. A nevrr-failincr rnr. frr Piloc fery nature and degree. It makes an operation me Kinie, wmcn is painiui, ana otien results disease? We pack a Written Guarantee in each i do. ino ur?, io ray. 50c. ana si a box. 6 loi $5. pent by mail. Samples free y ". OINTMENT, 25o- and 50o. CONST I PAT 1 0 N ?afn;jlf:tv',?if.d v:re LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and I! LQOD PURIFIER". Small, mild and pleasant (O especially adapted for children's use. so losqs 25 cents. Ffc EE. A vial of these famous little Pellets will ven with a $1 box or more of Pile Cure. TICH THK GFNUINK FRESH JAPANESE PlL URK Soda CJrea Soda for sale only by e if JjJimiss, Druggist , - Boundary Lines OF THE VOTING PRECINCTS IN oALilfcJliuK Y TOW NSII11 . Pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 5 of the election law of 18ij as amend ed by the session of 1897 it is hereby ordered that an election precinct to De Known as spencer precinct be es- taoiisned in Salisbury township with boundaries as follows, to-wjt: Beginning at the cross i ner on theN. C. ' liailroad at John I. Trexler's, thence in an southeasterly course with the road or cartway to the old Spring Hill ford across Town creek -near the residence of Thomas Holmes, leaving said residence in the East Ward pre cinct, thence down Town creek to its ntersection with Crane creek and the line of Providence township, thence with theine of Providence township to the Yadkin rFver.Uhence with said river to the mouth of Grant's creek tnence up said creek to the mouth of Sugar Springs branch, thence up said praucn to the bugar spring and thence east to the N. C Railroad, thence with the center of the said railroad to the beginning.- 1 The polling place of said Spencer precinct to be at or near Sledge's drug store. .' The boundary lines of the North Ward precinct are changed and es tablished as follows: Beginning at the fountain in the center of the public square of the town or Salisbury, thence with the center of Main street in a southwest direction to the center of Fisher street, thence with the center of b isher street to center of Ellis street, thence southwest with center of Ellis street to center of Horah street, thence northwest with center of Hor ah street and its extension until it in tersects the Statcsvillc public road, thence with the center of Statesville road to Grant's creek, thence down said creek to the mouth of -ugar Springs branch, thence up said branch to Sugar spring, thence east to the N. C. Railroad, thence with the center of said railroad to the center of the Bringle Ferry road at the railroad crossing near John S. Henderson's, thence with said Bringle Ferry road to its intersection with the old Lex ington road, thence with the old Lex ington road to the Lee street crossing on the Western N. C. Railroad, thence with the center of said railroad to Main street crossing, thence with the center of Main street to the begin ning. Polling place at Court House. The boundary lines of the South ward precinct are changed and estab lished as follows: , Beginning at the fountain in the center of the public- square of the town of Salisbury, thence southwest with the center of Main street to the cemetery branch, thence down said branch to Town creek, thence up Town creeK to L,itaKer townsuip line, tnence witn tne nneoi LataKer town ship to Providence township line, thence with Providence township line to the Stokes Ferry road, thence with the center of said road and the the center of In-niss street to the be ginning. Polling place at City Hall. The boundary lines of the East Ward precinct are changed and estab lished as follows: Beginning at the fountain in the center of lhe public square of the town of Salisbury, thence in a north east direction with the center of Main street to the center of tlie W. N. C. Railroad, thence in an 'asterly direc tion with the said railroad to the Lee street or Lexington road crossing, thence with the old Lexington road to its intersection with the Bringle Ferry road, thence with.the center of the Bringle Ferry road to . the center of the s. U. Kailroad, thence with the center of the said N. C. Railroad to the crossing at John I. Trexler's, thence in a southeasterly course with the road or cartway to the old Spring II ill ford across Town creek near the residence of Thomas Holmes, taking said residence m the East Ward pre cinct, thence down Town creek to its intersection with Crane creek and Providence township' line, thence with the line of said township to the Stokes Ferry road, thence with tlie Stokes Ferry road and Inniss street to the beginning. . Polling place to, be at or near T. L. Swink's store. The boundary Uine of the West Ward precinct are changed and estab lished as follows: Beginning in the- middle of the street at the intersection of Main and Fisher streets, thence with the cen ter of Fisher street1 northwest to the center of Ellis street, thence south west with the center o:c Ellis street to the center of Horah street thence with center of Horah street and its extension to the center of the States ville public road, thence with center of said road to Grant's creek, thence up said creek to Locke ?io.wn ship line, thence with said line to Litaker town ship line, thence with Litaker town ship line-to Town creek, tnence down Town crerkto the mouth oi tne cem etery branch, f ence up said branch to Main street, thence northeast with the center of Main street to the be- trinhincr. .-. ' Polling place at or near Baker's tin shop. Given under my hand Sept. 3, 1898. W. G. WATSON, Clerk Superior Court -NEW HOTEL- I have just thoroughly renovated and newiy iiilcu up tne j NATIONAL HOTEL, 3 blocks from detot on Main street, near fountain, and am prepared to accommodate 20 regular boarders at $3.50 TO $4.00 A WEEK. Transient boarders ' $I.OO TO. $1.50 A DAY. V. O. PEACOCK, Salisbury N. C. Proprietor. Don't fail to put in one of Barkley's Terra Cotta Cemented Wells; ; also god line Pumps. Reference: B. Lee Wright, KerrGraige, Jr. Trantham, P. D. Iloueche. EXQUISITELY FEMININE.- The Spanish Woman Takes Love Very Seriously. Boston Herald. ' The Spanish I women are ardent .' ! . . . . . m tempernient, less so in their northern provinces than in cn- ral and southern Spain, and they are jealous and devoted. . They take love very seriously It would be impossible for them to eomprehenii how a girl could pass through many engagements. When they marry they are faithful, and they exact -like ' - loyalty of their h usbands, but are noj al ways so sure of it. ' . J , .. But, on the whole Spanish households are happy, and the sense of" home is verv stronsr in Xhe hearts of the masses of the To say that there 0 j Spanish nation J are no frivolous women in Spain, no coquettes, no faithless women would be to say that Spain is paradise and has a carefully se lected population; but it is a fact not to be set aside that Spanish women are noted for their virtue and their passionate devotion to the man of their choice. The Andalusian goes abroad to see and be seen she could not un derstand that her beauty her great and eloquent eyes and her pretty feet were not to be ad- mired of menJ Biit she is just as as if she fed on gfooa a woman prunes and kept a prism in her I" mouth. Whenlshe was moqlded, the Bon Dieiix was contented; here was something exquisitely feminine, enchanting and a -great gift for man. If Adam had mar ried an Andalusian be would never have got off so easily after his cowardly! performance. His black-eyed Eve would have given him a piece of her mind, andper-: baps have transfixed his heart with a little shining dagger, and so we should all of us have been saved the .bother of this world and the swarm of theologians who have gone mad interpreting the riddle of the universe, laboriously cracking empty nuts. j Henry Wendboff, of Mauch Creek, Aa., is perhaps the only armless and legless millionaire ,on earth. He was dismembered in a railroad accident 20 3'ears ago. Mr. Wendboff ba if our artificial limbsf which cost him $25,000, and with these he manages to get along very well. He weighs 200 pounds and is of an unusually cheerful disposition. . - DeWittV Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. James Jrlummer. A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. James Hummer. 'Tis autumn now that glorious time when woods are clothed with bright-hued leaves and- politi cians take the stump and calmly call each other (Va.) Observer. thieves. Orange More than twenty million free samples of DeyittV Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the man uf act u rers. proof of their merits do you What better confidence 'in it's want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the shortest space 'of time.' James Plummer. One Minute Cough Cure sur- prises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities without the least danger. It has won fpr itself the best rep utation of any preparation used to day for colds, (proup, tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs. James Plummer. f . Truth wears well. People have learned that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regulating the bowels, curing constipation ""and sick headache. They don't gripe. James Plummer. Gone to tlae STorthe to Fall and Winter Goods McCUBBfflS Sieal Insurance CoIIeptiag' Agents and Dealers m Lime, J. S. McCubbins," Jr. Southern Railway. f f i IX EFFECT AUGUST 7, This tt)ndensert schedule is published as information and is subject to change- with out notice to the public."-. Trains leave Salisbury, N C 8:45 p m No 35, daily for Atlanta and Char lotte Air Line division and all points south and southwest; carries through Pullman drawinjr room buffet sleepers between New York, Washington, Atlanta and New Or leans, Charlotte and Birmingham. ; Pullman tourist car for San Francisco Wednesdays via New Orleans and Southern Pacific. H:17 p m No 'S7i .daily, Washington and Southwestern Limited lor Atlanta, Birming ham, Memphis, "Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans and all points South and South west ; through Pullman sleeper New York to New Orleans and New York to. Memphis ; dining car, vestibuled coach between Vash ington and Atlanta. - , T :10 a m - No 8, daily for Richmond ; con nects at Greensboro for Raleigh, Goldsboro, Morehead City, Norfolk and Winston. 10:30 a m No 11, daily for Atlanta and all points South ; solid trains Richmond to At lanta; Pullman sleeping car Richmond to Greensboro; connects at Spartanburg for Ashevllle. ' . - - 10:47 a m No 3G daily for Washington, Richmond, Raleigh and all points North ; car ries through Pullman drawing room buffet sleeper New Orleans to New York; Jackson ville to New York; Birminghani toCharlotte; Pullman tourist car from San Francisco Mondays via New Orleans and South Pacific; close connections at Greensboro for Raleigh, Goldsboro and Morehead City. - 9:34 p m No 38, daily, Washington and Southwestern Limited for Washington and ail points North ; Pullman sleeper Charlotte toliichmond ; close connection at Greensboro with through sleeper for Norfolk. . . 8:00 p m No 12, daily for Richmond, Ral eigh, Goldsboro and all points North ; con nects at Salisbury for Ashevllle. Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville; connects at Greensboro with train carrying Pullman car for Norfolk,: ' . 10:05 a m No 11. W N C, leaves for Ashe ville and points West. 8:50 p m No 15, W N C, leaves for all points West. ,12:30 p m Yadkin train leaves for Nor wood. First sections of all scheduled freight trains carry passengers between points at which they are scheduled to stop. Frank S Gannon, 3d V P and Gen. Mgr. ' , Washington, D. C. John M Culp, Traffic Manager, , , W A Turk, Gen, Passenger Agt., S 11 Hardwick, Ass't Gen. Passl Agt.. :, N Atlanta, G a. SL Vernon. Travelling Pass. Agt., South Tryon Street, Charlotte. New Enterpi'ise. . Wc have opened a wood yard and will cut and furnish wood to custo mers any length desired at 50c. per one (1) horse load. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. Yours to please, FINGER, & ANTHONY. purchase & JORDAN, r . '" 1 1 Cement, Hair, &c. Chas. B. Jordan. THE VERY BEST THING TO TAKE FOR D I A R R !! 0 E IS THE Family Ten Cent Diarrhoea Remedy, Prepared and for sale only by j T. F. Kbittz & Co. Hey, There ! this is the place you want ! We have all kinds of MEATS, PORK, MUTT6N SAU SAGE and BOLOGNA. All our meats will be found rich and tender, and being in the prJmest condition when, dressed contains great nutritive qualities. Our prices are less than such meat is sold for else . where, .T. MARABLE.