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SALISBURY, N. C, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1898.
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THE NEW,-RAILROAD.
At Last' the HocfcsvUle-MooresviUe
-' Road ia About Completed. . r
Tho following concerning tho
ivi.Wsvi11fl-Mooresville roadt
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'srs taken from yesterday's Char
. lotte Observer: ; '
The new railroad which the
Southern has been ; building from
; Iooresville to Mocksville is at
iast practically f finished. The
track in places is not properly
surfaced yet, but to all intents and
purposes, the road is hnished.
Trains cannot be operated until
the track is surfaced, but that will
have been completed probably
within t.hft course of a week. The
VIA iU
ofl5cers of the road intended mak
Jno- a tour of inspection ovep the
line to-day, but will not because
the track is not quite ready. They
will likely christen the rails next
week. The schedule of rates that
Ktnf'n rin tho new road was
VY 111 ,4. ' v-- y r.
received here yesterday. They
will be effective October 1st. The
fare from here to-Winston will be
00. and from Mooresville to
Mocksville, $1 first-class, and S5
r, t fiP.pnnd-class. There are live
stations between the .two M's
Mooresville and Mocksville
fnnrnsv illfi Junction. Barber's
Junction, Mt. Ulla, Schley and
nne other. It is the opinion o
railroad men that a mixed train
will be run between Winston and
Mooresville for the present. Iis
nrnhiiblo that this new road nky
become the main line between
w,ro nnil Winston, and that the
Atlantic, Tennessee Qhi(? from
Mooresville on to Taylorsville wil
be a branch. Two crews of train
men will find employment on the
roatl. It opens up a fine country
through Iredell, Rowan and Davie
a countrr of cotton and tobacco
v ' of fruit and grain; a country well
settled by a particularly intelli
gent abd thrifty tropic. The lo
cal business of the line, both pas
senger and freight,- will be a mat
ter of consequence.
Judge Armfield's Condition Serious.
Erom the Statesville Landmark
of yesterday We get the following:
Hon. R- F. Armfield, who has
been in a precarious condition for
several weeks, was seriously ill
yesterday and the gravest fears
are entertained for his recovery.
His condition is such that his res
toration to health can hardly be
hoped for. ;
Judge Armfield was worse last
night and his condition is not im
proved this morning. : p
Mr. Robertson Dead.
News has been received here of
the death of Mr. II. E. Robertson,
ofMocksville, which occurred last
eight at 11 o'clock, Mr. Kouert
son was about 58 years' of age and
an excellent man. He had been a
manufacturer of tobacco and1 was
well known. lie was a Mason
and will be buried with Masonic
honors.
Mr. Robertson had been sick
for several weeks, with typhoid
fever. .
The funeral wid be conducted
at Mocksville to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. Several from
Salisbury will attend.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR CHILLS
at fever i a bottle of Grove Tasteless
Cjiiw- Tosjc. Never fails tocure; then why
experiment with worthless imitations;' J'rice
50 cents. Your money back if it fails to cure.
Bananas, Oranges, Apples, Grapes
and Lemons just in. Maush. .
PICTURES! PICTURES!! This
is your last chance to get good
photos cheap. Fine Cabinets only
?41.50 per dozen at Moose's Car
near f reight depot. This ig my
last week so come at once. We
will leave here Oct, 6th. All
work made this week will be fin
ished before 1 leave the city.
W.J. Moose, Photographer.
CITY CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Wherd
One May Worship on To-morrow
in the City
Spencer Presbyterian church
Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7:30
p. m,l Sunday school at 3 p. m. .
The re wTill be the usual services
at the Church Street Methodist
church to-morrow, morning and
evening.
I
The! Society of Christian . En
deavor will hold its regular month
ly" consecration meeting on Sab
bath evening at 15 'minutes of 7,
in the Sunday school room . of the
Presbyterian church. The subject
for tl.e -'meeting is, fc 'Trials, and
how to bear them.". It is hoped
that every member will be present
and t lat any who are obliged to be
absent will send a verse to be read
in ret ponse to their name at the
roll call. " Strangers are heartily
welcc. nie. " . .t .
Rev
Mr. Parrish has not return
ed arid it is not likely that there
will
be service at
the Baptist
churd
b to-morrow.
C4
tholic Church Services at
the
usual hours.
morning
and
evening.
.
Th
at St
3re will be the usual services
; Luke'sEpiscopal church.
Services at tho regular ' hour at
the E
a rst Presbyterian church.
To Soldiers Home.
MiJ
P. Alex Brown loft this
morning for Raleigh where he will
entcn the soldiers' home. IIehas
been tit the home before, but has
been Spending several months. in
Salisbury.
To be
Married this Afternoon-
Mr
-Waller Meisimer, an em
of tho Sr.IUmry Cotton Mill,
ployd
will 1
Miss
tiana
e married this - afternoon to
flfannie Lentz, of near Chris
church, in the county. The
ceremony will ,be performed by
Rev. R. L. Brown. The couple
will come to the mills to-nisrht
where they will make their home.
The Sun extends congratulations
in advance of the event.
In Effect To-day.
As has been duly advertised in
this paper, a new ruling goes into
effecti to-day in regard to cars- re
mainjng, unloaded 48 hours after
their arrival, and also in regard
to not loading cars within -18 hours
after being placed in position. This
is a new ruling agreed upon by
the
State
have
aiiroad companies ot our
mm' - m
and agents at the stations
kio discretion in the matter,
and must abide the rules assigned
them
else lay themselves liable. t
At the Rock Crusher.
A Sun man visited the Beverly
rock i ;rpsher, near Woodside,- y es
terday ofternoon. This is com
parat: vely a new enterprise , in
Rowai. The rock, after being
crush )d, is used by the Southern
in bal asting its road bed, and it
maker excellent ballast,
I Mr. Beverly is working a num
ber oi hands now but tells us he
needs fifteen or twenty " more, as
thecr isher stands idle a large part
of the time on account of the pres
ent force of hands not being able
to keep it supplied .withi rock.
I The rooms above Geo. W.
Wright's furniture store, former
ly occupied by the Evening World
will e opened on VVednesduy
next Vy Ljuis Lichteusteln, where
he wilJ conduct a first-class Ladies'
ChiakJ jCostume nnd Dress-niakihg
Department, superintended I. by
Miss Mary Wrenn,
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v Cow Owner can get same
ying ttr Norman 'KyleSj Coun-
by app
cil strdet.
LOCAL BRIEFS.
Mr. C.,Wr. Pool is kepUit borne
by sickness. .
The county commissioners meet
inj regular session Monday.,
:i Mr. J. S. Marable is confined
to his room with sickness. j
Mrs. Lou Dawson is very sick
with fever and is ia a destitute
conditoin. ' j
Have you seen the work turned
out by the Salisbury Steam Laiin-
lry since tlie new foreman came.
Mr. - and Mrs. J. D. Harnes-
berger are keeping house in JSlr.
M. A. Shank's house on Council
street." . -
'Bicycles complete for $19.75
that are worth the price without
tires, saddles or handlebars.
E. W. Burt & Co..
Kluttz and Renclleman advertise
in the Sun to-day the "largest and
best stock of winter goals in Sal
bury." . . .
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The corner stone of the St. Paul
. - ..i
Episcopal church, on Chestnut
- i
Hill, will be laid this (Saturday)
afternoon at 5 o'clock. .
The entertainment at the court
- i
house last night was (piite a sue
cess, the Daughters , of the (Jon
ederacy realizing a neat sum.
Hon. Lee S. Overman spoke at
the Arance mill last night to a good-
sized crowd, and a Democratic
club was organized with a guoc
membership.
Keep your face to the. front
that's how we keep our shoe busi
ness before you. We are en
trenchetl behind a good reputation
Burt Shoe Co.
The Sun learns that it t
Look
lour or hve men to noKl "onariie
Klutlzt of tlie Spencer shops, this
morning.
The cause: A thirteen-:
pound babv '.visited ' his home
shortly before midnijiht last nisht.
lEngine No. 311), one having
electric headlight,- is looking much
better. She has new tires which
make her look higher, and has just
been 'given a painting. She has
been in the Spencer shop and took
her first trip out last night.
Maurice Bailey, of Winston,
is
in the city in the interest of the
firm
ston.
tbeir
of Bailey Brothers, of .Win
He is in charge of one of
advertising wagons on a trip
through the South.
Hugh Daggett, of the First
C, is again at home, he with t
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otner members or. tne regimen
being off on thirty day furiougji
After the thirty days are out the
regiment will be mustered out.
New Ads.
T. M. McCulIoh. -
, Kluttz & Rendleniap.
Bostian and At well;
J. 11. McNoely, coal.
P. F. Hedrick. who was di
charged from the First N; Creg
iment on account of physical disa
bilities, is in the citv. Since com
ing to his home in Davidson coun
ty Mr. Hedrick has been sick, he
having contracted malaria while ih
Florida.
lime well spent a visit to
Harry. Bro's. opening Tuesday
night.
LOST Glass-Cutting diamond with
dark rosewood handle. Return to P,
P. Meroney for reward.
Good quality, skilled workman
ship, and prices reasonably conn
tent wjui me aoove win ever De
my " aim. Louis Lich ten stein's1
Cloak, Costume and dress-making
department..
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
fake. Iraxatire Bromo Ouinin6 Tablets
AH Druggists refund the money if it fails tc(
cure. ; zo cents, ..
PERSONALS.
Rev. Dr. Brooks went to Con--
cord to-day. j
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Prof J. P. Cook arrived in
he city from the South last night.
Burton Craige, of the Horner
school, came home last night from
Oxford. 1 1
Mys. J. Q. Foreman and chil
dren have returned from Jackdaw
where they had been visiting.
Joe Cahill, a Salisbury bov in
the tirst N. C., at Jacksonville,
carn bome this morping to spend
several days.
Vijs. C. G. Lanier, of Winston,
who; had been to Moreranton,
j .
where her brother vdied recently,
passed through this morning; re
turning home! , "
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'George W.v Vanderbilt and
bride, of Bilttnore, passed through
this mornino'
bn their way to that
place. They
were in Mr. Van
derbilt's car,
the Swannanoa.
Still Workers
A number of men on horses rode
over .thp city
midnight and
last night between
morning. The. ri
ders were clothed in Ions, white
3- '
sheets and presented quite a ghost
like appearance as they passed
down the street in sinirlefile. The
nu
mber of ""still workers," as they
termed themselves by signs left
hanging at different places, was
variously estimated, some people
seeing eight and some people see
ing or thinking they saw as many
as eisrnty. oomc or. tne coiorec
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population were badly frightened.
The "still
damage, they
workers ' ctid " no
were just out ridin
for their health.
Chestnut Hill jtems. - ; :
The Chestnut Hill debating so
ciety will meet to-niiiht at 7:30
o'clock. Thekpiery for discussion
is: "Kesoivcu, mat mere is
more
ure."
time.
sorrow in lire tnau ieas
m . t s
We are anticipating a gooi
As the writer was uoinir home
yesterday even in jz he met a man
who looked like he had been run
ninor about three miles! I asked
him what was the trouble. Ab,"
he says, 44I am going to town to
get a warrant for one of my neigh
bors." -I says, "What is the
trouble?" "On," he says, "a cer
tain man called me a f usionist and
I am ffoins to town to indict him
for slander for Ithe sum of $10,000'
Supt. F. M. Ward added 50
new names to the roll of Chestnu
Hill Democratic club yesterday.
Mrs. J. B. (ireen, of Spray, N
C.,, who has been visiting,, her
brother, Mr. Allen. Mclriniss, for
some time, left
this '" morning for
her home. She was accompanies
by Mrs. Allen
Mclnniss. Mrs
Green has been under the, treat
ment of Dr. J. M. Flippin.for
some time. W
turned home m
e are ffiau sue re-
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ucb improved.
Miss Mara
morninsr for Ja
Forbus left - this
nestown.
Some of our boys went to Zeb
last night to the debate. X.
Come and see our up-to-date goods
in dress patterns.
h-Carolina Racket.
The opening
at Harry Bro's.
Tuesday night will be the event of
the day.
The genuine
tailor-made cos
tumes can only lie procured at the
"Ladies Tailoring Department,"
above Geo. W. Wright's furniture
store from Louis Lichtensteih.
Those desiring
irst class coal dc-
livered at $4.00 per ton within the
next 15 days leave
order with R. L.
Cornelison at Atwfell's Hardware.
New goods in dress patterns on dis
play at the Carolina Racket.
4ouis Lichtenstein's costume and
dress-making department will be
opjn on Wednesday next. ,
DAYW PRESIDENT CONFERENCE.
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Spaniards Insist On . Putting in Mon-
tero Rios.
(Special to Sun.)
Paris, ; October 1. The Peace
Commissioners niet in conference
or the; first time at two o'clock
this afternoon. The session was
devoid of the formal exchange of
credentials and choice for . chair
man. The Spaniards
to age and rank Montero
Rios, president of the Senate,,
under ordinary circum
stances, to he president of the
conference. But the Americans,
in-vie vv of heir 'being victorious,
suggest a compromise on Day as
president, with Rios as alternate.
The point is under - discussion, the
Americans, insisting that they
should preside.
The Spanish commissioners vig
orously protest against the Amer
icans allowing" the Viscayas rebels
to receive rifles, am m unition and
cannon while prohibiting Spanish
troops from being sent there.
j Small Majority.
f SPECIAL, DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
Victoria, B. C. , Oct. 1 . The
majority for prohibition in the
province of British Columbia will
not exceed one thousand.
To Sail For Manila.
SPECIAL. DISPATCII TO THE SUN.
Brooklyn, Qct. L rThe Iowa
sailed this morning to join the
Oregon at Tomkinsville. Both
will probably start for Manila to
day. '',
j May be McMillan.
SPECIAL. DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
Washington, Oct. 1. It is- ru
mored that Senator McMillan, o
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Michigan, will le made ambassa
dor to England.
Narrow Escape.
ISPEqiAL, DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
' San j Francisco, Oct. 1. Over
two hundred people narrowly es
caped death by a collision between
the steamer Santa Rosa and one of
the derelict log rafts afloat in the
Pacific ocean.
Two Men Killed.;
(Special to Sun.)
Belleaire, 0., Oct.. 1. The hy
draulic shears at the Steel Works
here closed on William Davis and
Frank Colard, killing both and se
riously injuring two others. The
shears had failed to, close on ac
count of
power.
the stoppage of the water
Men were under them
trying to fix it with iron bars when
the blade. descended with above re
sult.
An Uprising.
(Special to Sun.) ;:.
Berlin, Oct. 1. rA serious up
rising of natives occurredtit Da
maraland where a battle was fought
between the rebels and German
regulars without any, decisive re
sult. Eleven Germans are report
ed killed Both sides are now in
Laager.
Cullom Talks.
Special to Sun.
i
San Francisco, OcL 1 Senator
Cullom, one of the commissioners
sent to Hawaii, who arrived on the
steamer Gaelic, says the commis
sion will recommend a. territorial
form of government modified to
suit "ttie conditions of Hawaii.
Emperor Assassinated.
- . - Special to Sun.
London; Oct; J. This "after
noon it is confidentially asserted in
diplomatic circles that the Em
peror of China has been assassi
nated.
! Peculiar Death. !
f srECIAIi DISPATCII TO THE SUN. .
s Chicago, Oct., 1. Dr. Todd,
assistant superinfendant in the
hospital for insane at Toledo,
died of hydrophobia at the Pres
byterian hospital from fear. He
showed no signs of hydrophobia
until he received a letter saying
e dog which bit him had
gone
mad.
Anarchist Plot.
SPECIAL. DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
London, Oct. 1. Ordinary pre
cautions are being taken to guard
the British royal family against
the anarchist plot. Even the life
of baby Prince -Edward is con
sidered a possible prey of the ene
mies of law and order.
Duel Fought. j
SPECIAL, DISPATCH TO SUN. j '
Paris, Oct. 1. A duel with
swords was fought this morning
Between Paulmier and Turot, sub
editor of Lalanterne, who wrote
an article reflecting on Paulmier"s
family and which caused ithe
shooting of Olivier' secretary to
La Lanterne, by Paulmier a few
days since. Turot received three
wounds. 1 - - i
Mrs. Carnot Dead-
r
Special to Sun. . i.
Paris, Oct. 1. The widow
of
President Carnot is dead. i
No Longer Possible. ;
f (Special to Sun.) j .
j Meriden, Conn., Oct. 1. From
official sources it is learned to-day
that the combination of - silver
plated ware manufacturing inter
est in the United States and Canada,
under the auspicies of the Inter
national Silver Company is no
longer a possibility.
Ta Investigate.
(Special to Sun.)
Montreal, Oct. 1. It is under
stood that the Dominion Govern
ment will soon appoint a com
missioner to investigate charges
of the official maladministration
andbribery in Klondike goldfields.
Such a move has been equally
urged by friends and political op
ponents, f
Gold Coming In. -
SPECIAL, DISPATCH TO THE SUN.
Newr York, Oct. 1 A million
and three quarters of gold arrived
from Europe to-day.
Martial Law.
SPECIAL. DISPATCH TO THE SUN
Springfield, 111., Oct. 1 Gov
ernor Tanner declared martial law
in Pana, the striking district, last
night. . ' - 1
Aguinaldo's Eepresentatives.
special, dispatch to the SUN.
Washington, Oct. 1 Agoncillo
and Lopez, representatiyes of
Aguinaldo, called on the President
to-day in company with General
Green. They had a private con
ference in the cabinet room.
Your own material will be
made up just as well and with as
much care, as though you would
order complete, at the "Ladies
Costume Department" of Louis
Lichtenstein's.
Everybody should see the spe
cial display at Harry Bro's. Tues
day night.
NO CURE NO PAY
That Is the way all drujrjjfstssell GROVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL. TONIC for Malaria.
Chills and Fever.
It is simply Iron
and
Quinine In a tasteless form:
it. Adults prefer it to bitter, nauseating
Children love
ionics, trice -w cents.
If you want nice slaughtered meats
go, to Jackson's market. If you don't
want to be slaughtered shave at the
Climax.
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