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Our Capes are m and the prices
are 25 per cent, cheaper than "every
We can please you.
from our exquisite stock of Furnishings
will show the superiority of the quality and
make of our goods,! besides the swell style
and rich effects of our Neckwear, Shirts, Col
lars, Cuffs, Gloves, Suspenders and Hosiery.
Our new FALL STOCK
Mr. Leo Wallace,
Northern Markets,! and on his return will
have one of the most
and Winter Goods ever
is worth your inspec
SMOOT BROS. & ROGERS.
his buyer, is now in the
complete stocks of Fall
offered in this mar-
The tent meeting at Hall's, -in
the county closed last; night.
i Chester, little son of J. J. Don
nelly is sick with malarial fevery
; ; Weather forecast: Fair to
night and . Wednesday. Cooler
I Messrs. Kluttz and Caldwell
will speak at i Hickory to-day.
They went to that place last night.
P. A. Frercks, of the Mt. Ver
non hotel,' is at Lincoln Litbia
Inn, near Lincoln ton, to-day at
tending a meeting of hotel men of
the State.. Mr.' Spencer, of the
Central, was unable to attend the
meeting. - -
i Mr. White, the, painter, went
to Winston yesterday to get some
hands' for the work he .'has-: to do.
He is now painting the interior of
the HorBh building and will soon
begin work on the residence on
Main and Bank street recently
purchased, by Mrs. lUackmer.
Mrs. Walton, of Cleveland, i
visiting Mrs. Keever at Spencer.
i Mrs. Addie Freeze, of Moores
ville, is visiting Mrs. W. S. Frost.
Miss Marion Mallett, of Fay
etteville, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. H. J. Overman.
S. A. Way, the North Side mil
ler, has gone home, to see his fam ily.
He will return Thursday
John A. Bariinger ..and P.
Schenck, two of Greensboro's law
yers, were here to-day; on legal
Max Barker, who. had been at
his homeriri this city on a furlough,
returned to Jacksonville, to the
camp of tne First N. C. , last night.
Sergt. Jas. Watson went to Con
cord this morning on. his- way
lack to Jacksonville. He was
accompanied by his sister to Con-
cord. . . .
Yellow Jaundice Cured
Suffering humanity should be
supplied with every means possi-
ile for its relief. It is with pleas
ure we publish the following:
"This is to certify that I was a
terrible sufferer from yellow jaun-
lice for over six months, and was
feated by some of the best physi
cians in our city and all to no
avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist,
recommended Electric Bitters;
and after taking two bottles I was
entirely cured. I now take great
pleasure in recommending' them
to any person sunering trom this
ernble malady. 1 am gratelully
yours, M. A. Ilogarty, Lexington,
Ky.77 Sold by Theo. Jb. Kluttz
& Co., druggists. .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for
Cuts, Jruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to irive perfect satislaction or money
refunded. Price 25 cents , per box.
For sale by Kluttz & Co.. druggists.
O AND e
Bread is the "staff of life," Cake is
the luxury I Everyone wishes a little
of each. To meet this condition I
have made arrangements to supply
the TRADE each day with
Fresh Bread l Cakes!
Competition both as to qual'ty and
price cheerfully met. SPECIAL IN
DUCEMENTS to those who would
use in large quantities.
I A trial solicited !
ED. H. MARSH
IS 13 Bread, 40 Loaves, for $1.00
For Congress 7th District,
THOMAS P. JOHNSTON,
, of Rowan.
For House of Representatives.-
HAYWOOD i HARPER, RAD
For Sheriff. E. F. EATON.
For Probate Judge. S. M.
For Register of Deeds. JOHN
For County (Treasurer. SOLO
For Coroner PINKNEY LUD-
For County Commissioners.
GEORGE SEYFFERT, JQNAS
L1PPARD, JOS. EAGLE.
No Drunkard Can . Enter the
dom of Heaven.
Temperance1 or Prohibition is our
theme. . Prohibition is nothing but
Temperance enacted into law.
We have a few ood Methodist
and Baptist preachers in this State
who are not joining in the "hue
and cry" so frequently indulged
in at our expense, but on the con-
rary are with us, heart and soul,
doing all theyi can to cheer us and
help us in . the "forlorn hope'"
we are endeavoring to lead against
he powers of darkness. We al
ways have something to be thank
ful for in this world and one is
hat we are not alone in this fight
under The White Banner of Tem
perance. ' Elijah aid he alone was
on God's side.! But God told him
le had 7,000 in Israel who had
never bowed tne Knee to liaai.
i i . 1 : "
May the time come when seventy
imes 7,000 and thousands and
ens of thousands times as many
until there shall be n great multi-
ude that no man can number whp
will enlist under our. banner and
fight, by our side. Some people
seem to be afraid of losing their
votes unless they vote for the tick
et that wins, -i Instead of asking is
t right im their minds they iri-
juire: is it opular. lliey; al
ways want to be, on the winning
side. Thev measure principle by
success. i i
to Jhe continued.
You invite disappointment when
yoii experiment. De ltt s , Little
Early . Risers i are pleasant, easy,'
thorough little pills. They, cure
constipation ancL sick headache
ust as sure "as you take them.
FOR RENT-H-Four desirable rooms
on West Fulton street. Address P.
O. Box 252 !
If you want nice slaughtered meats
go to Jackson's! market. If you don't
want to be slaughtered shaye at the
By reason of the establishment
of a new precinct to'bo known as
Spencer precinct, and changes
made m the -boundary lines of oth
ers, there will be an 'entirely new
registration of electors tor the
election to be held on Tuesday,
next alter the hrst Monday, in No
vember, 1898 in the following pre
cincts of Salisbutry township to
Due notice of the time and
places of registration will be given.
September 42, 1898.
iW. O. Watson,
Clerk Superior Court.
H. N. Woodson,
Register of Deeds.
; i W. L. Kluttz,
Ch 1 in L Board'of County Com .
. THE SOUTHERN STOCK MUTUAL .
'-.-;' AMD -.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Pays a dividend to policy holders of 20
per cent, and in cases of loss
SETTLES their claims PROMPTLY
What other companies do as much
for you ? ! . I - : r '
Office between Link & Ragland and O. W
One 6-room cottage on East Main
Street, two 4-room cottages on Monroe
Street, and several vacant lots. Also
two houses; two stories high, with 6
rooms. It would be advisableto see
me before renting store rooms or dwel
lings. R. Ii. SHAVER,
EieU M tej
has just added a nother lot , i
ofi thorouerhbred Jersey j
" cows to the already fa- ?!
nious herd, so place your
orders at once. Why buy ,t
an inferior milk when you
at the same price. Deliv
ered at your door in jars
at FIVE CENTS PER,
. QUART. Cream a special
ty. Leave orders at T. F.
Young's store. '
JOS. H. McNEELY,
Prop. Rockwell Park Dairy;
ARE YOU FOND OF
o o o o
If so I will present you with a sam
ple can, if you will read my sigh . j
Three Different Ways
Tlie sign is on outside windowj just
above the Postofticc. I
T. LI. Q'GULLOH.
Church High School,
FOR BOYS. :
Session Began Sept. 5th, ' I898.
The lowest priced stock of goods in
Cashmere's and Worsteds 9c. and ud.
fiauuei.s, an wooj, ioc to Zbc. MJutings
Ladies' ribbed vests in cotton and
Children's Ribbed Vests. Ladies' wool
reus seamiess ieet, aouoie Knep, tau
at 10c and 15c. Corsets 17c to $ll00.
TO SELL, AT
Gents u.mlsliiaaer- O-oocis- ; L
Men's cheap suits almost at your own price. What I have, must h I snM,
Working Shirt 20c up. Dress Shirt,
uuutri omit, wmier weigut, ioc; wool ioc anu up. Half hose 3cand up.
Slioes and Headwaar.
Men's Women's and Children's liht and heavy, g. od and fine, but all cheap.
Men's, Youths and ChiIdren'svIIat4 and Caps in latest styles. Children' silk
caps. j ' I
Ozie pep.t Articles. ' I
2." Needles, PanerPins. 24 Sheets! Parte r. h WHMncr 'rne Tniic ti. i
Cake Toilet Soap, 1 Tablet, 20'marbles.
SUNDELES; Sewing Machine Oil.
ers No. 0 and. 1 5c. Wicks 5c dozen!
If you don't see what you want advertised call for it. Can mention only a
fewof the many things in stock. Everybody invited to call. 2nd door from
stand pipe, Fisher street. i;
. -w Yourp to
Ladies' Cloak, Costume and Dress
I will open up by the 1st of October a complete LADIES' TAIL
ORING ESTABLISHMENT in the rooms above Geo. V. Wright's
furniture store, formerly occupied by the Evening World, where I
will be prepared to make all stales of Ladies' Cloaks, Costumes, Etc.
MISS MARY WRENN will have entire charge of this department,
and it is needless for me to attempt anything in praise of her efficien
Cy as a large majority of ladies in the community can testify in re
gard to her ability in this line of work. Atl orders will be executed
on short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ladies are cordially in
vited to call and give me a trial.
SALISBURY, N. C - TAILOR.
Our Tailor, with
" . i ' j -'
an elegant line of
piece goods for dis
play, will be at our
store on TUESDAY
of this week;
Please call and
examine the line,
Brown Clothing ;co.
wool. Cotton Vests, winter wpiiriif1 iro
pants. Ladies' hose 3c and up. Child-
and blacks, in 2nds, worth 10c and 25c
worth 75c for 50. $1 00 Shirt at 75c.
. : " k ' . '
larcre. 4e. ' MuclWn s. T.;,m B.,m:
Please, H. D. SCARBORO.