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AROUND THE TWIN-CITY.
CURBED r IiOCAIi EV4CNT9 OF THE D V Y BRIEFLY TOLD. Bits of Facta and Gosalp Gathered y The Sentinel's Represent ativee Social and General News Whatts GoinK on Here. The several factories of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company are being repainted. District Attorney Glenn's next term of court opens at Charlotte on December 9th. The mortuary report shows 19 deaths in Winston during November 5 whites and 14 colored. One of Winston's leaf Arms ship ped forty thousand pounds of smokers to a western factory last week. Congressman L'nney, of this dis trict, has appointed Spencer Black burn, .of Ashe coiinty, his private secretary. Winston shipped 967.189 pounds of manufactured tobacco this month, an increase of 230,459 pounds oyer Jiovember, 1894. We learn that the residence of Col. Thos. H.Sutton, corner Spruce and Sixth streets, has been purchased by Mr. is. W. Cromer. With the approach of Christmas the impecunious younsr man begins to devise ways and means of quarrel ing with his best girl. Wanted 1 000 bushels white and colored beans, and black eye peas.by L. Neale, Liberty street, opposite Far mer's Warehouse, Winston. T W. Griffith, wife and daughter, of Clemmonsville, left Monday for Lloyd, Texas, to visit Mrs Griffith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Naylor. The Southern is working on an other schedule which will probably go into effect next Sund.iy. It is thought that it will be more acceptable than the present arrangement. We learn that Rev. T. H. Pegram, who has been appointed to the Pilot Mountain circuit, will continue to live in Winston. Some of his appoint ments are more distant than those of the past four years, but are accessible by rail. The tobacco factory on "Slick II ill," formerly owned and operated by Bynum & Crutchfleld, was sold at public auction, at the court house, Saturday. It was bid off by Mr. Frank Liipfert, the price being $6,000. The ten cigarette machines for the St. Louis tobacco men are being manufactured at J A. Vance's ma cbin' shops. His force are working until 9 o'clock each night in order to get the machines out as quick as pos sible. Capt. Stagg is like a Methodist preacher in two respects he likes 6pring chicken and makes himself at home wherever he happens to stop at meal time. He claims two homes eats in Greensbcro and sleeps five or 6ix hours in Winston. December came in on Sunday, and perhaps you have not thought of how m tny times the word "first" can be used in connection with the first day of the month. It is the first Sundaj in the month, the first day of the month, the first day of the week, the beginning of the first winter month, the first Sunday in Advent, and the first day of the church year. CHAPbLS DEDICATED. One a Baptist and tbe Other a Mora vian Church Notes. The handsome little bouse of wor ship, erected by the Baptists in North Winston, a year or more ago, was formally dedicated at- 2:30 Sunday afternoon. Mr. W. T. Carter, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the First Bap tist church, was '"Master of Ceremo nies." It was stated that tbe chapel and lot were worth $2,000. The deed for the property was turned over to the trustees. Brief, but interesting talks were made by Rev. Dr. Brown, Dr. C. J. Watkins, T. &. Sprinkle, Fred N. Day and others. Tbe program carried out was as follows: Song, 'iAll Hail the Power" Setae o1. History of the movement to Jan 1, 'y5 B B Graham and E A Pierce, Song, "Be ye strong in the Lord" ' the School Report Building Committee, Ch'man Song, "Banner of the Cross,". .School Receiving tbe building Dr S J Montague Song, 'Iknow Whom I have Believed,' the School Prayer of Dedication Pastor Solo, "Waiting for the Promise,".... Hill C Lintbicum Short informal talks by tbe brethren Song, "Hallelujah for the Cross," rnp . . f 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 UNION CROSS CHAPEL. This Is another bouse of worship recently erected by the Moravians, 9 miles South of Silem. It was for mally dedicated Sunday afternoon, the sermon being preached and exer cises conducted by Bishop Rond thaler. CHURCH TOPICS. Rev. Frank Hunter is conducting a series of meetings at Union Grove Chapel. The annual collection for the poor was taken at the Moravian Home and Calvary churches Sunday, which ' amounted to about $75 at the Home and $14 at Calvary. Hereafter a prayer service will be held at the Moravian Home church, opening at 10:30 a. m, preparatory to tbe regular service which opens at 11 o'clock. Rev. Robert E. Caldwell will con duct gospel services at the North Winston Presbyterian church this week. A prayer service will be held at 3:30 each afternoon. - Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. F. McCuiston is conducting a series of meetings at Centervilie. He reports 33 professions at the close of last night's services. Opened One of the Mood j Meetings Evangelist W. P. Fife and family returned to Charlotte Thursday night from Atlanta. Mr. Fife was greatly pleased with the Exposition. He at tended the Moody meetings now going on in Atlanta and opened the meetiug last Sunday afternoon with prayer. The evangelist is attracting much at tention in Atlanta and the large building in which the meetings are held is crowded at every service. Mr. Fife will open bis meeting at Front Royal, Va., tomorrow. Slowed .Bis Hand Off. Charley Fields, living near Company Mills, Guilford county, was fooling with an old shell tbe other day when it exploded, blowing one finger off, the ball going entirely through tbe hand. He suffered greatly and may lose the use of his hand.' Catarrh In the Bead. Is doe to impure blood and cannot be cared with local app'ications. Hood's Baraapa,-. riila has cored hundreds of cases of catarrh because it purifies the blood and in this way removes the cause of the disease. - It also builds up tbe system and prevents attacks of pneumonia, diphtheria and typhoid lever. Hood's Pills become the favorite cathar, iic with syery oaa who trie them. 25s. WHERE PREACHERS GO. APPOINTMENTS MADE AT THE WESTERN CONFERENCE. Rev Dr Creasy and Hie Assistant, RerrA. W. Plyler, to be Here Next Week Mr. Tarrentine Pleased Wicb His Appointment. Rev. W. S. Creasy, Centenary's new pastor, expects to arrive here next week and will preach bis first sermon on the third Sunday. He served Tryon Street Church.Charlotte.for the past four years and was, one of the most popular pastors the church has ever bad. Rev. A. W. Plyler, Centenary's junior pastor, is about 23 years old and unmarried. He was admitted to Conference during the session held in Winston in 1892. His first appoint ment was Hot Spriags, which charge he served two years. He wa3 on the Pineville circuit last year. He is a graduate of Trinity College. He will ; come to Winston next week. Mr. .Plyler is a native or Iredell county. His parents live 12 miles from States ville. Heaud his twin brother are both doing ministerial work They made a profession the same day, de cided to preach at the same lime, arid joined the conferences the same year. One is a member of the Western and the other of the North Carolina Con ference. llev. S. B. Torrentine is well pleas ed with his appointment. Trinity. Cuarloi.te. - His salary"-will be the same as paid him by Centenary, $1,500 per year. Trinity is a new church, and the congregation, during the coming year, wiil worsuip in the large audi torium used by the Y. M. C. A. Tbe membership at present numbers about 125 and includes some of Charlotte's wealthiest and best citizens. A hand some lot has been purchased on which will be erected a handsome house of worship within the next year or two. The congregation already have a par sonage for their preacher. Mr. Tur- reotine and family will probably visit his people in Orange c iunty before going to Charlotte. He expects to begin his work before Christmas. Kev. W. M Curtis went to Thomas- ville last night, near which place Mrs. Curtis is visiting ber mother. He will return to W inston the first of next week. THE APPOINTMENTS. There were about 90 changes made in the appointments at the session which closed at noon yesterday. Tbe names of the preachers and their charges are given below: GREENSBORO DISTRICT. P J Carraway, Presiding Elder. Greensboro, Market street J H Weaver. Centenary J E Gray. Greensboro circuit W S nales. Ruffin circuit J B Tabor. Reidsville station L W Crawford Wentworth circuit J M Price. Jamestown circuit J A B Fry. Pleasant Garden circuit S L Bar ber. Hight Point station -S H Hilliard Randleman station J E Weasley. Asheboro station A A Crater. Ramseur circuit H H Jordan. R mdolph circuit R S Webb. Uwharrie circuit J J Brooks. East Uwharrie circuit J WStrider, Trinity High School T A Smoot. Asheboro High School G H Crow ell. Western North Carolina Advocate P L Groome. Agent Trinity College A P Tyer. SALISBURY DISTRICT. J R Scroggs, Presiding Elder. Salisbury, Church street T Marr. Chestnut street Supplied by A F L cecum. Salisbury circuit E G Pusey. Woodleaf circuit P E Parker. China Grove circuit W M Robbins. Concord, Central church R H Par ker. Forest Hill M A Smith. Biy's chapel J R Moose. Concord circuit W H McLaurin. Mt. Pleasant circuit W D Giles. Salem circuit W P McGehee. Norwood circuit T S Ellington. Abermarle circuit C M Campoell. Gold Hill circuit C M Gentry. Lexington station J E Thompson. Lin wood circuit L L Johnson. Thomasville station Ira Erwin. CHARLOTTE DISTRICT. J R Brooks, Presiding Elder. Charlotte, Tryon street W W Bays. Charlotte, Trinity S BTurrentine. Charlotte, Church street H L At kins Charlotte, Brevard street H T Hoover. Charlotte, Sevensville and city mis sions J F Butt. Charlotte circuit R S Howie. Mathews circuit Z Paris. Clear Creek circuit R F Bryant. Pineville circuit T W Smith. Monroe station W R Ware. Monroe circuit J II West. Wadesboro station. T P Bonner. Movern circuit S S Gasque. Ansonville circiit J II Moore, Lilesville circuit J C Pastelle. Sandy Ridge circuit Parker Holmes Waxbaw circuit B F Fincher. MOUNT AIRY DISTRICT. n M Blair, Presiding Elder. Mount Airy station W R Barnett. Mount Airy circuit J PLanoing Pilot Mountain circuit T H Pe gram. ' . Dobson circuit N Mallory. Elkin and Jonesboro station W L Shernll. Wilkesboro circuit W L Dawson. North Wilkesboro circuit S P Douglass. - Sparta circuit H K Boyer. Jefferson circuit E W Dixon. Watauga circuit A J Burrus. Crtston circuit W S C Cnerry. Boone circuit I E Weaver. ASBEVILLE DISTRICT. C W Byrd, Presiding Elder. Asbeville Central church Cbreitzberg. H F North Asbeville E L Bain. Haywood street W II Willis. Bethel and Bi It more J M Downnm. Weaverville circuit L E Stacy. Sulphur Springs circuit J A Clark. S wan nanoa circuit G F Kirby. Leicester circuit L T Cordell. Cane Creek circuit J A Scronce. Saluda circuit S A Peeler. Hendersonville station J W Jones. Mills River circuit L A Falls. Ivy circuit N L Marsh Hot Springs circuit 7i D Lasser. ; Spring Creek circuit T B McCurdy. Marshall circuit H C Sprinkle. Asbeville Female college Jas. At kins, president. SHELBY DISTRICT. J J Renn, Presiding Elder. Shelby station C G Little. King's Mountain circuit J D Ar nold. - Gastonia station W M Bagby. McAdensville circuit M T Steele. Sandy Creek circuit R M Taylor. Mount Holly circuit G W Calla han.' Mt. Island station S M Davis. Lincolntoa circuit W F Womble. ' Lowesvillo! circuit D M Litaker. Cherryville circuit J P Reynolds. Southport circuit E M Merritt. Bellewood circuit A R Surrall. Polk vill circuit J A Cox. Forest City circuit Wilbur Le gette. Henrietta station N R Richard son. Bessemer City J W Roberts. Bellewood High School J P Rod- I eers. .. ' student J I I IVanderbilt University W Clej. - WINSTOH DISTRICT. F H Wood, Fresiding Elder. Wiuston. Centenary W S Creasy and A W Plyler. - Burkbead church S D Stamey. . Grace church W M. Curtis. Winston circuit J H Fitzgerald. Forsyth circuit M C Field. Kernersville circuit WC Willson. Madison circuit C F Sherrill. Danburry circuit T W Mansfield. Stokes circuit M H Vestal. Davidson circuit D H Cowman. Zion and Prospect J H Edeas. Summer field circuit B A York. Yadkinville circuit J F Craven. Mockf-ville station L T Mann Mocksville circuit G W Hardison. Farmington circuit R T N Steven son. MORG ANTON DISTRICT. R M Hoyle, Presiding Elder. Morgan ton station W if Leith. Morganton circuit W V-Honey-cutt. a Table R'ck circuit A G Gantt. Marion station T J Rogers. Old Fort circuit J D Carpenter. McDowell circuit J D Gibson. Ruthrfordton circuit G W Ivey. Broid Riverj circuit J B Carpen ter. Green River circuit E Meyers. Burnsvilie circuit M H Perry. Bakersville circuit E J Poe. i Elk Park circuit W Y Scales. Estatoe circuit L L Smith. North Cove M L Kayior. Silver Creek E M Crowder. STATES VILLE DISTRICT. J C Rowe, Presiding Elder. Statesville station D Atkins: J Wilson, supernumerary. West End R G Barrett. Statesville circuit J O Shelly. Iredell circuit A E Willy, L n TriDlett. Mooresville station J A Bowles. McKendrie station R G Tuttle. Trout man circuit T L Triplett. Mt Zion station J S N-Hoo. Rock Spring circuit -I T S over. Catawba circuit J F England. Newton circuit M H Hoyle. Hickory station F L Townsend Connellv Springs circuit RS Aber- nethy, P L Terrell. Lenoir station TA Boone. Lenoir circuit L M Brower. Caldwell circuit Albert Sherrill. Alexander circuit C C Brothers. FRANKLIN DISTRICT. S E Wagg. Presidio Elder. Franklin Station D F Carver. Franklin Circuit J H Bradley. Macon Circuit R B Shelton Waynesville and Bethel Circuit W M Baring Canton Circuit W G Malone Haywood Circuit A W Jacobs. West Hay woetd Circuit - J C Mack Webster and Dillsbury Station - J J Gray. Highlands Circuit T B Johnson. Cullowhee Circuit R L Sprinkle. Whittier Circuit J W Bowman. Bryson City Station J E Abernethy Andrews Circuit T F Gibson. Haysville Circuit J D Buie. Hiawassee Mission To be supplied. Murphy Station J H Brendle. Bethel Academy N P Bailey. Transfers to North Carolina Confer ence, E W Fox; to Western Confer ence, J H Tollen. HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS.' Reed Renominated Speaker The Other Officers Sf Iect-d. Washington, Nov. 30. The Re publicans met in cau3us tonight and unanimously renominated Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, fcr speaker of tbe Fifty-fourth Congress. Galusha Grow, who was speaker of the House in 1859, nominated Mr. Reed in tbe caucus. He simply gave the name of Mr Reed and the nomination was made by a rising vote and amid cheers Mr. Grow, Mr. Camden and Mr. Payne escorted Mr. Reed to the ball, and when the cheering which greeted his appearance had subsided, he made a brief speech of acceptance. When Mr. Reed finished bis speech of ac ceptance Mr. Foss, of Illinois, and Mr. Hilbern, of California, each pre sented him with a gavel. Previous to Mr. Reed's nomination tbe caucus bad organized by electing Mr. Grosvenor, of Ohio, chairman of tbe caucus. Mr. Ellis, of Oregon, was elected secretary. These officers will serve during the session. The following officers were then se lected by the caucus: For clerk, Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylva nia; sergeant-at-arms, Benjamin F. Russell, of Missouri; doorkeeper, William J. Glenn, of New York; post master, J. C. McElroy, of Ohio. - The most protracted contest was over the position of chaplain. Nine men were nominated, only two being outside of tbe District of Columbia. Rev. H. N. Coudeo, of Michigan, was nominated on the third ballot. A DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. Sixty-two of the 150 members of the Democratic minority of tbe House met in a caucus Saturday afternoon to renominate their officers in tbe last Congress. Mr. Culberson, of Texas, who has held bis seat since the 44th Congress, was elected chairman of tbe caucus for 54th Congress, to succeed Mr. Holman, of Indiana. Messrs. Robertson, of Louisiana, and Rusk, of Maryland, were elected caucus secre taties. Ex-Speaker Crisp was named for a third term by Mr. Richardson, of Tennessee, and tbe nomination ws unanimously carried with enthusiasm. The other officers of the 533 Congress were selected as the Democratic slate without opposition. BONNER'S MURDERERS CAUGHT. Plead Pitifully rn His Life Before Being Shot. Late news from Aurora, N. C., where J. B. Bonner, its most promi nent resident, was murdered Satur day night, is that suspicion fell upon William Brantlay and David Credle, and they were apprehended, and guarded seperately, no communication between them being allowed. Credle confessed that he was pre sent wnen J. B. Bonner was murdered at Aurora; that W. C Brantly did the shooting; that Uriah Bell and Sherrard Bell, the latter only 16 years of age, were also present; that there were a band of robbers to plunder stores and people, and to murder if necessary; that F. F. Cherry and Alex. Hudnell, merchants, were also to be murdered. r Credle also confessed that they met Bonner face to face, . tbat Brantly 6poke to him pleasantly, then knock ed him down on the sidewalk; that Bonner pleaded for his life, promising not to betray them but offering to give them all his property, and also begged them to spare his life for the Bake of his motherless children, but Brantly said, "Kill him," and shot him. Young Bell then shot him and all of them threw bis body over a fence among the weeds, where it was found. All four of the gang lead a real Jesse Jams life and organized their rob beries on that basis. All were taken to jail at Washington, on a special steamer, under heavy guard. The Inter-State. The manager of the Inter-State Telephone Co., Mr. Edgar L. Miller, informs us that it will not be long be fore his Company is prepared to give full and regular service to its Winston Salem patrons, the delay having been occasioned by failure to receive tbe 'phones from tbe manufacturer, but which are promised at an early day. It was at first contemplated by the Co., says Mr. Miller, to manufacture its own 'nbones at Durham, but this idea was i abandoned, at least for the present. and a contract for three thousand 'phones of their patent was awarded to other parties. THE TWIN-CITY HOSPITAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS MADE DURING NOVEMBER. Offerings Sent in on Thanksgiving Day 1 be Donations Include a Variety of Ustful Articles Keep up the Good Work. . A list of the contributions to the Twin-City Hospital, during the month of November, together with the Thanksgiving offerings, are given below: CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER. Mr Justice, one record book. Mrs J A Bitting, 1 pound butter. Mrs Sheets, of Primrose Farm, 1 pumpkin. 1 qt cream. Mrs J E Mickey, 4 gallons of butter milk. Smith's drugstore, 1 pound cotton, 1 doz-n medicine glasses. . Mrs G A Reich, 1 sugar cake. Mrs A C Vogler, 1 pair men's slip pers, i bushel apples, 6 gallons of buttermilk. Mr Ashcraft, 1 hot water bottle, 1 fountain syringe. Mrs J F Joyner. i gallon oysters. Mrs Frank Miller, 7 nightshirts, 3 undervests, 1 sheet, 4 pair children's night drawers, 3 children's night gowns, 1 pair bedroom slippers, 2 pair hose looks, 1 box crackers. Mrs H T Baboson, 1 boy's suit, 1 door mat. Mrs M Bailey, 1 boy's suit. Little Margaret Brickenstein, 5 doz clothespins. Little Marquerite Fries, 1 apple cake, 2 china cups. A very handsome rolling chair, pre sented oy the Sunbeam Circle, com posed by the following little people: Ruth Siewers, Grace Siewers, Eleanor Fries, Lisette Moore, Louise Bahn son, Pauline Bahnson, Mary Keen. In, May Brower, Katie Kilbuck, John Clewell, Agues Bahnson, Clarence Cleweil, Kilph Siewers, Le Doux Siewers These little people have, by their work, earned the entire sum of $16 and the chair has given great pleasure and benefit to the little boy now in the hospital. The Relier Crew (Mis Etta Shaff ner's Sunday school class) have given 1 table, 1 commode chair, 1 wind w shade, 2 blankets, and p-iid for the history sheets and bospitj.1 register. Mrs W T Carter, 1 tray. Mrs Paul Crutchfleld, 2 pair hem stitched sheets Mrs Mobley, 1 pair towels, 1 can of preserves. Mrs C T Pfohl, 11 shirts, 3 pair drawers, 1 bundle rags. Mrs Matilda Siewers. $1. Mrs C H Fogle, 1 sign board, 1 saw buck, 1 irrigator stand. Mrs H W Fries, 1 bushel of apples, 1 bottle of s rghum. Mr Tom Huske, 1 rake, 1 pair scissors. Mr Little, 1 electric light for front porch. Mrs Carrie Miller, 1 gallon of buttermilk. Mr Tesh, 2 spools thread. Mrs Douthit, 1 lemon squeezer. Mrs F H Vogler, 1 d"Zeu eggs. Mrs A B Gorrell, 1 large roast of beef. Wall & Huke. 12 pounds flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, coffee and $10 00. Crist & Keehlo, 1 box soap. Mrs George Stewart, 1 loa'f of brown bread. Dr J F Shaffner, I box of alum, 1 qt of alcohol, 1 pint of ammonia, 1 ponud vaseline. I box of borax, 10 pounds of sal soda, 1 bottle of aotiseptic tab- j lets, 1 bottle subnitrate of bismuth, 1 dozen corrosine sublimate tablets, 2 glass droppers, 5 pounds of beans, 1 turkey. Miss Sophie Sholf, 5 pounds of dried apples. Mr Fred Miller has furnished a full supply of soup bones, four times a week, during the entire nonth. THAKSGIVINO OFFERINGS. Mrs Fiank Miller, 1 basket of tur nips, 1 can of apples, one pumpkin and a bundle of Harper's Weeklies. . Miss Emma Hooper, of New York, a bundle of tbe late magazines. Mrs J Mosely, 1 pound butter, 1 sack peas. Mrs D H Starbuck, 1 pound coffee, 1 box crackers, 5 pounds hominy, 1. basket potatoes. Mrs- M F Patterson, 2 .baskets, 2 buckets, 2 mince pies. Miss Phifer's school, $1 25 in money, coffee, 15 pounds flour, 2 boxes gela tine, canned fruit, jelly, 10 pounds sugar, pumpkins and other vegetables. Misses Allene Gregory, May and Ethel Follin, brought books for the little folks. Dr. Thompson's drugstore, 1 dozen glass stoppered bottles. Miss Grace Wolle's class of young ladies, grapes, apples and magazines From tbe graded school, who filed through the hospital in military style, leaving their gifts on the dining room table, as they passed through. The donations are only roughly estimated, as it was too great a task to keep accurate account of each mall pack age. 20 pounds oatmeal, 5 pounds buckwheat flour, 200 pounds flour, 50 pounds cornmeal, 10 pounds salt, 5 packages of soda, 3 packages baking powdet, canned meats, pickles, 5 pounds crackers, 1 pair towels, 5 chick ens and 1 pigeon, 1 pound bacon. 6 glasses of jelly, 8 jars of fruit, 9 cans of fruit, 50 pounds of rice, 70 pounds of sugar, 15 pounds coffee, 8 packs of tea, l package or macaroni, l bushel potatoes, 1 bushel of apples, one half bushel turnips, 20 pumpkin-, carrots. sweet potatoes, beets and celery, 10 pounds hominy flake, 10 pounds dried fruit, 12 packages of breakfast cerea's, 10 pounds grits, one half bushel peas, one-half dozen or moore books for childreu. The Episcopal church sent turnips apples, oranges, celery, potatoes, pickles, coffee, beets and sweet pota toes. . ... ,. . We have been liberally supplied with flowers, all tbe month, which has added much to tbe bright aud cheerful appearance of the wards We thank most heartily tbe many friends who have given us so encourgement during the past month, both by their girts and their visits. The Hospital is open to visitors be tween 2 and 4 p. m every day, except Saturday and Sunday, and we are always glad to welcome visitors, and let them see tor themselves what tbe Hospital is doing. , Statistical Report. The following statistical report was made by J. G. Staples to the Western North Carolina Conference, which closed- at Reidsville yesterday: Amount" paid presiding elders, 910,385 57; for preachers in charge, 971,780; for bishops, $12,254 25; number of societies, 763; number of churches, 653; value of churches, $727,722.25; number of pastoral charges, 165; num ber of parsonages, 105; value of par sonages, $120,035; number of district parsonages, 5; value of district par sonages, $8,700. - The Bishops receive $4,000 per year, besides traveling expenses. $100 Beward. $100. The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cu"e known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease, requires a constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak-n internally, acting directly on the mucuous surfaces oi the system, thereby destroy the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its eunv tive pnwers that they offer One Hundred Dol lars for any ease that it fails to core. Bend for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. jHENEY k. CO., Toledo. O , XS-Soldby PruggiBta, 759, THAT NEW COURT-HOUSE A FRIENDLY INJUNCTION FILED BY A WINS CON MAN. Judge Brown Holds That the Com missioners Can Borrow the Money and Bniid Tbe Case Now la tbe Hands of the Supreme Con rx It will probably be known this week whether or not Forsyth is to Lave a new court house. ' It' will be. remembered that the County Fathers passed a resolution, at a special session, held last month, that the commissioners issue, when needei, ten notes of $5,000 each, mak ing a total of $50,000, due and payable as follows: 820.000 Mav 1st, 1898; $20, 000 May 1st, 1899, and $10,000 May 1st, 1900, bearing interest not to exceed 6 per cent, per annum, payable annu ally. This money to be used, of course I in the erection of the prop ised new court house. Several days ago a citizen entered a friendly injunction against the com missioners issuing said notes. Tbe action of tbis gentleman was simply to test the legality of tbe case. He is as much in favor of a new court house as any man in tbe ciunty. The old Supreme court had decided in many eases tbat commissioners bad the power to build a court house and contract a debt for such a necessary expense without a vote of the people. This matter was before Judge Brown, atCbambers, week beforeTast. He held in accordance with tbe decis ions of the Supreme c mrt that the commissioners had tbe power. How the Supreme court, as at pres ent constituted wi!l hold, we cannot tell. The personnel of the court has been changed since those decisions were made. The case was anmed before the Su preme court last week FORSYTH SUPKRIOR COURT. Judge Brown'H Chargs SrronK and Pointrd The Grand Jar. The December term of Forsyth Su perior court opened at 10 o'clock last Monday. The grand jury iscomposed of tbe following named persons: J M Robinson, foreman; J J Reeves, R N Payne, WW Linville, R P Petree. F N Pfdff, W H Glasscoe, Jacob Brlnkley, T W Braim F J Shore, I N Pet ree. ft M raft, E O Curtis, J W Fuik. Rufus Davis, J M Vogler, C G Hunter, A M Mecum. Jud;e Brown's charge to tbe jury was strong and t the point. His review of tbe law was plain and prac tical. CASES DISPOSED OF MONDAY. State vs. John- Hunter, abandon ment; nol pros, with leave. State vs Moggs Fry, a d w; nol pro"?, with leave. State vs John A Walker, abandon ment, nol pns, with leave. State vs Laura Daniels, a d w; nol pros, with leave. State vs Henry Mason, c c w; nol pros, wih leave. State vs Joi,n Burton, 1 and r; nol prts, with leave. State vs Boo Steven, 1 and r: nol pros, with leave. State vs James Hampton, a d w; nol pros, with leave. State vs Banner Jordan, a d w; nol pros, with leave -. State vs Banner Jordan, a d w; nol pros, with leave. : State vs Banner Jordan, a d w; nol pros, with leave State vs Redge Dodson, affray; nol pros, with leave. State vs W R Reid, false pretense, nol pros, wit h leave 1 State vs Jack Matthews, a d w; guilty. 30 days on county roads. State vs Diliard Hairston, slander; judgment suspended State vs Hannah and Will Stewart, 1 r; judgment suspended Siate vs Peter Owens, appeal from mayor's court. Appeal dismissed; de fendant to pay cost State vs Mrs Eugene Bitting, a and b; plead guilty. -Judgment suspended upon payment of cost State vs Buck Rights, a and b; plead guilty. No judgment. State v W L Hill, seduction; nol pros. State vs David Matthews, a d w; plead guilty: $5 and costs. State vs Jotin Johnson and Eugene Idol; -ffrav; judgment suspended upon payment of costs. State vs Squire Cline, retailing; plead guilty: $5 and costs. State vs Squire Cline, retailing; plead guilty; judgment suspended on payment of costs. Suatevs Dau Moseley, keeping gamb ling bouse; plead guilty; 20 days in jail and pay costs. In the cases of the State vs Chess Ingram, Will Hunt, Hannah and Will Stewart, Chess Ingram, Mollie Bn bow, Ogg Rudd, Maryetta Bailey, Stephen. Wood, Mattie and Ida Mor gan; sci. fa. August term; judgment absolute. State vs Chas Bethel, a d w; plead guilty; judgment suspended upon pay ment of costs. State vs John Brandon, a and b: plead guilty; $5 and costs. b'ate vs Samuel Spach, c c w; plead guilty; judgment suspended upon pay ment of costs. State: vs Harper D Idol and M L Stafford, a and b; both plead guilty ; Idol anted $20 and half cost and Star ford half cost State vs Wade Bynum and Jack Conrad, a and b; plead guilty. Under consideration of leugth of time defen dants have been in jail, judgment was suspended upon payment of costs. State vs Walter Sprinkle, assault; plead guilty; $15 and costs. State Jasper H Long, trespass; judg ment suspended upon payment of costs. State vs Henry Love, c c w; plead guilty; judgment suspended upon pay ment of costs. State vs Jesse Thompson, c c w; plead guilty; judgment suspended on payment of costs. State vs Walter Bailey, c c w; plead guilty; $5 and costs. State vs Jobn Hargrove, c c w; plead guilty; judgment suspended upon pay ment of costs. "Kernel's Foil" a Scene of Beauty. Our Kernersville correspondent writes tbat "Kerners's Folly," the palatial residence of "Reuben Rink," was made a scene of beauty on Thanks giving evening by a grand and beauti ful entertainment, gotten up, managed and conducted by Mrs. Kerner. About fifty invited guests were pres ent, almost all of whom participated in the lengthy program of music, songs, solos, recitations, orations and ad dresses. The music by the Orchestra was superbly grand and none heard it but to enjoy it. ; . - ' A Wlnstoaian Complimented. ' At the Epworth League service of tbe Western North Carolina Confer ence, at Reidsville, Thursday night, an address, upon "How to make the reading course a success," was deliver ered by Mr. R. B. Crawford, of this city. The address is referred to by the newspaper correspondents as "a very fine ten-minutes talk," and as "t timely and beautiful address." . - . Do not dally witn rhrumaism. Get rid of it at one by purifying the blood with Hood's Saraspariila. Be sore to get Hood's, DUKE OboarettiS ESTw. Duke Sons &Co. V.-.1 ESJ iEytERicui tobacco caXtirtr 'Zf tffl OUWHAM. W.C. U.S.A. Y-"- f MADE FROM High Grade Tobacco AND ABSOLUTELY PURE" tKl LETTERS. Lists of Those Remaining Unclaimed in the Poett.mcee. The following is a list of dead let ters remaining in tbe postotflce at Winston, Nov. 30th, 1895. Advertised letters are due 1 cent each: Thos Adams, J W Birnps. W Y Bel ton, J F H-rry, Peter Brewer, M M Carrell, Mrs W B CardwHI, 108 Chetnut, St, Pies Divis. Sfeneer Detail, MNs Mat Elward-, E lls Car riageCo, Miss Minna FosKey. Miss Nacie Furlow, M J Gla-rl. Bill Giirist. M H Hariston, L B Ilylion, Mi-s Lilit- llaristen, Biaie H..!ojes, Nai cy Horujn. Miss Martha J ion-on. Mr Kent, Miss Larry King. F II Kiruoai), Miss Lu'h Lenk, Mr llrnry Lowry, Mrs R Marshall. Miss Jt-onie Mc Donald, Miller & Brown. Roger Moo-e, bits Anna rattHrsiin. Miss u-ira Pnil Hps. Miss Allie P-pe, Mws Nora Robertson. Mrs Mary lioss. Miss Ida Kussell, Mi-s Janalh Siunal. Wjllnnj Skinner, Mrs Stltie M Mnil-y, W J Todd & C. J W Todd, J L vViuhMi, CC Williams (3), Miss Snliie Y.-uog When calling for the above letters please av they were advertised. E U. Wilson, Postmaster. SALEM. List of unclaimed letters remaining in posti'fflce at Salem, N. C, at cluse of rusiness, Saturday evening, Nov. 30tb, 1895: Ztckry Boon. Samuel Hurke, Susan V Davis, Miss Florence Hanes, E M Hart man, J G Mason, Miss Stella Pleasant Miss Lucy Phillips, Mrs Phebe R iminger, C H Spaugh, Miss Minnie Yokely. Persons calling for the above will please call for advertised letters. R W. Belo. P. M. IN THK WILD AND Ol)LY WEST. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Shorn Maktntc a Ti-nr of Nv-ral Siat-s. The Sentinel's Shore correspond ent writes that ne is in receipt of an interesting letter from Mr D. L Shore, of Mana, who, together with his wife, are making a pleasure tour through "the wild and wooly West ' He is highly pleased with many of the States be has visited and sas it is a most beautiful and fertile country However, he was not so well pleafd with Kansas; says it was distresstog ly dry there, everything parched and no water except alkali water. Sas no wheat, potatoes, cabbage or t ur nips are there. His wife suffered no little in consequence of the nn whole some water and climate Tney are now in Union, Iowa, enjoying good health and having a splendid time They will return to Yadkin about Christmas. i'he writer attended church Sunday at OMvet Chapel, Forsyt h county, and heard two chaste and eloquent ser mons by Rev. Mr. Croslaud. The horse was crowded and all seemed im pressed with '. he high spirii ual toneof the various srviee. Mr. ana Mrs. Meredith (nee Moone) hegin a series of tueetiugs at. Eit Bend on Saturday before the 3d Sun day in December. Mr Nat. Allen, of Winston, who is now a fruit tree agent, crossed at Speas' ferry yesterday. THE METHODIST ONr'ERENCE. Salisbury Selected u its Next Plac- of M- ttrK. The call of the r ill for reports was completed early after the opening of the morning hour, Siturday, and a class of promising youn men were ad mitted on trial TLe different boards then made their reports. Dr. P L. Groom was recommended to the Bishop for ap point men t to the editorship of the North Carolina Advocate from the Western Conference Salisbury was selected as the p!ace for holding the next, conference. Drs Kilgo and James Atkins made forceful and fine educational addresses and the Bishop delivered a charge to the class to be ordained deacons and they were admitted into full coonec tion The night session was devoted to the missionary cause aud was address td by Dr. Byrd, Bishop Duncan and others. Olif Prnplr, Old pvp)e who req'iire medicine to reflate .the bowels and kidneys will fin I the true rem edy in Electrc B,KU. Chii rati ic-11 not Pti nutate an-1 ctains no wni jl ic other intoxicant, bnt arts as a tonic and alter tire. It acts mildlr on ibt, toma h and bow el, adding strength and giv'ng tone to the or gsns, thereby aiding Nature in the perform ance of the functions. K'ect-ic Bitters is an e" relient ap'et-zer and aids diges ion. Old peo pie find i' j i-t exa--tly wh t they ne d Price 60c per bottle at ' hompson's lrug Store Minister Ranaom Coming Horn. The Two Republics, of Mexico, says Hon. Mbtt.hew VV. R-insom, tbe dis tinguished Norih Carolina diplomat who is entrusted with the high mis sion of United Si.ates Mi meter near tbis government, is contemplating a visit to bis family by Christmas. He will be accompanied by bis son, Robert, and expects to be absent one month. A $50,000 utt Instituted. Lynchburo, Va., Noy. 30 A $50, 000 suit has been instituted in tbe county court of Campbell against the Southern railway, growing out of the recent accident at Lawyer's station, in which Jjseph Callahan, his wife and two children and a Miss McBayer were killed by an express train. are subject to peculiar Ills. The right -remedy for babies' ills especially f worms and stomach disorders is F rev's Vermifuge 1 eared children for 80 years. Send for illns. book abont tbe ills and tbe remedy. 00 koitw audi K. a 8. FEET, Baltimore, Bo, i CM V I I - A 11 VV THE WINSTON ALDERMEN. Outsiders Mast py a Tax of $300 to Sell Fresh Meats. The Winston Aldermen met in reg ular session Monday ntght.Mayor Gray presided. The following Aldermen were present: Gorrell, Franklin, Walker. Eflrd, Snipes and Clement. Capt. Bessent appeared before tbe Board and asked that the South room in the armory be ceiled overhead. At. present it is impossible to beat the room as it stands. Motion passed that the work be done immediately Alderman Walker introduced tbe following ordioance.wbicb was adopt ed: No person or persons shall sell beef, veal or mutton by the whole or less than the whole at any place In tbe city other than the market bouse, unless a license be first obtained and a tax f.f $300 be paid. No license f..r ess term t han one year shall be issued for this purpose. Any one violating this ordinance shall be fined $25 00 Tbis ordinance shall go a to effect on and after January 1, 1896. REPORT OF OFFICERS. Chief nf-P.difo Wllln nA .. 1 . iiiukjc bur following report for Novem'M r: No. cases disposed of 79 " " dismissed 9 " " appealed 4 " " bound over 5 Am't fines and costs levied . . $193 50 " cash collected on fines and costs 179 79 Am't work collected on flues and costs 71 95 Total collections on floes and cts 251 74 ISo sentenced to j ill, one f. r 30 clays Am't saUrus for orBVere 40S 33 Sanitary report is as follow-: For salaries $77 00 Amount collected 69 10 The market clerk reported as fol low?.: Peddling license ....$ 160 Fees irom hay scales 31 9o Stall rents 118.92 Total $152 42 Tax Collector Hanoer's reo rt reads as follows: Collected corporation taxes for "92 $ 37.05 Colltcteo corporation taxs , t'r i3 385 17 Collected corporation taxes for '94 490.17 Water rents 64 69 Collected special license tax.. . 29.25 Total $1,006 33 Col. Gorrell reported more than 1 100 pupils at the white and colored graded schools. The election of a policeman to suc ceed Ham D.U'hit was postponed There are four applications on file for the place. The reservoir has been completed and ladders ordered for same. The cost of improvements wiil be given in an itemized form at a future meet i'he Board posp med action on the pei.iliof. agaiust second-hand clothing mercnants. Alderman Clement made a talk on the cost of the Winston lire depart ment. He was of tlie opinion tbat too much money was being spent for service rendered. He asR-d that the matter Oe couidered by those in a d siiiou t.) know Mayor Gray thought it was very im portant that t he city should have a g ioo Are department; that it protect ed the property of the poor as well as ilk ricu Col. Gorrell said the members of the paid department rendered good service for tti pat several months, in hauling piping, etc Alderman Uiement wanted to know if the officers b;jve a right to Drevent colored woujeu from going into the South mom at the Southern denot The Mayor slated t hat there was no ordinance to 1 hat effect. Au ord'-r was nassed to have the North s'de of F. ftn street, between Liberty and Old Town, paved. BEE CITL.TUKE. two Salem Geniletuen rn OrOrrrsie Miih lh Kip rim Dt Htation. The Experiment Station has re cently completed arrangemects for carrying on some work in oee culture, both to disseminate information as to the best methods to foll 'W In bee keeping, as well as to conduct tests to determine what plans should be adop ted in North Carolina to make this particular industry as profitable as pissiole In many sections of the State bee culture now yields handsome returns when carefully managed. With proper use of the improved methods of lale years this result might he largely increased. Itwill be the pur pose of the station to eodearor to aid in the extension of the industry, and with the possible improvement of the culture where it tits now found a foot hoid. For this purpose the co-operation of two experienced bee keepers has t-een secured, Dr J. W Hunter aud Mr. W. II Hall, both of Forsyth couuty. It is expected that results interesting to Oee beepers will he reached during the coming season. In the meantime items of timely interest will be distributed upon the various phases of the subject. As the station desires to enter into correspondence with every bee keeper now in North Carolina, each one is cordially requested to send his name ana address to Dr. H. B. Battle, Di rector, Raleigh, N C. Any items as to the stocks, bives. etc , on band, and the success or failure heretofore met with, will be gladly received. Doubt less t he correspondence will be mutu ally helpful DELICATE 1 Should Tao FEMALE REGULATOR. IT IS ft SUPERB T0NIG and exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel all impurities. Health and strength are Guaranteed to result Irom its use. My wife was bedridden for el ph teen months, after using BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGU LATOR for two months, is getting well. J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark. BBADFIELD BEGCLiTOU CO., ATLANTA, fii. SoU by all SrnszUta at SI. 00 per bottU. Lumber Vanted Cot Accurately and Bap.' iaiy on ine FARQUHAR Variable Friction Feed Saw Mill kwitb Q.ntck Receding- Head HIOCK8. UipHVliy OgVVW Ml 30.000 I ecu witQ jcneinra and Boilers Irom 12 to 40 Horse Power. For rail descriptive catalogue aaaress. A B. FARQUHAR CO., Ltd., YORK, PA. v n "Blight" costs cotton planters more than five million ' dollars an nually. This is an enormous waste, and can be prevented. Practical experiments at Ala bama Experiment Station show conclusively that the use of " Kainit " will prevent that dreaded plant disease. Our pamphlets are not advertising' circulars boom ing special fertilizers but are practical works, contain ing the results of latest experiments in this line. Every cotton farmer should have a copy. They ar sent tree for the asking. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. HO rJOffiEYE-GLflSSES UMMW EYES. I MITCHELL'S Eye-Salve A Certain, Bate, and Effective Remedy for SORE, WEAK, & INFLAMED EYES, t Producing Long-Sightedness, & Restor ing the Sight of the Old. Cores Tear Drops, Granulation Stye Tumors, Red Eyes, Matted Eye Lashes, aid rsoDucna once keuef itd perjijejt crs& Also, equally efficacious when tirM In other maladies, such as Ulcers. Fcnr Sores. "Pernors. Halt Khenss, Barns, Piles, or Wnsrever Inflammation exists, m 0JLE, FB may be used toad vantage. ( i-Jl Be Id br all Dr aaalsts a( its Ccata. . X' Weekly Kaiktt - epon. Winston, N. C, Dee 5 1S" TOBACCO MAUKET. Breaks are very Urge. Pi i.;es are good fur all uood ripe swrei Uiratiie lobaccnts, wtiile the coujuji.-q ujeuiuoi pour unripe tobaccos are lower PrimiDgs Bi Ik lit, Fiue Bright, Lug-,. Se uuod orufht, Flue bright iugd (Jomnioti Lugs, Medium, Good, Fiu, Cutlers, Coiumun Fine, O'ttiujon Leaf, Good Fiue. $ 2i i o 3 00 Coo to a no 10 to 20 00 $ 3 00 lo 4 00 500 iu 7 00 8 00 lu 10 00 2 00 lo a 00 3 60 to 5 00 8 00 to 10 i 0 14 00 lo 0 00 12 00 to lo 00 15 oo iu z 50 3 00 to 4 6o 0 60 I o 8 50 10 00 lu 14 00 12 00 to 18 00 15 00 to If 00 20 00 lo 25 0O 35 00 lo 45 00 Extra rine leafv fillers. Cncuruou wraouers. Medium, Good, b lue, PRODUCE MARKET. BUYING PItlCES. cabbnge per hUuUred. 90 t( 8 1 00 o 10 Houey. nulium bv the barrel 20 to 23 beeswax, Tallow, Drv hides. 4 to 5 3 to 5 35 i o 40 10 to 20 24 to 27 New feathers, extra good, uuwasiiea woui, gooa, Wahed wool, goud. Flax seed. Chickens, price Country meat, sides Country tiams, Country shoulders E,tgs, per dozen Pur. 8 lo 15 7 lu 8 8 lo JO 7 Lo f 14 to 15 5 i ioi) 30 to 35 tio 75 to 85 75 ( 8.i 100 .. 1 s Corn. Clay Peas, C olored beans, W hlte Peas Beans, SELLING 1'KICKS. Bulk meat, sides. i s Hams, ciuvass t.uizar cured l:i . 15 Salt, large rJiu j 40 Salt, small Hue 1.11 Salt, coarse 55 Coffees I!) t,, Sugars :u 1 1. 5 Molasses, er gallon 25 10 45 S rup 2 1 40 For Said Of L.- Wasriimrtoti l T will .11..,. ..f r ljWinif Ut!t;iiieit3: ORTH c' oliva: J PHamnto , Apple Grove, $ 11 2' I Joues V H i;ock, lie u'ort lmi Z l Wrig t X Hr . ninl jr ! ei B Kreem n, olerain ,. VV 1 V llHon. fMUM'r "7 looper & owoi' , Eliz .beth City J H iSmitu, Falkl.nd 17J i:so ii) 41 41 4 SI -'1 1M i:;. i m ! i, a; 5 11 i; i.- 162 L'4 l.-,! 1VJ 37 (!! 1SU 121 71 6s l id til 70 IIS 2-t 2i 50 as Leroy King fe Co, G-aham J T foweli, Garia tl Maniple a H'owu. Gree sb ro Juhil K Ho lipr H... I , J J & J O Serous, 11 .yesv He nun. tir 8, Memiersuii T I ihpHtliHm A hlt .V. Hi. 111. fi f W V Mason k o, Alorei ad Ci:y ml 25 21 ;5 45 '.15 15 Jl ii HO n u ai ooker. Mount Ai y w x jv ruy, MC ToririHtltrflPV Ar fVl fr cr-)nr..n J 8 Buheu, Newborne as i Parson Bro, Portsmouth Puller A. Hi'mnn Km H.fio ,1 L Heilbroner Ac liro, 1 artw.ro Purkner fr Rurrpn Tar.rl J hn K Hardia u. Wi iamston J xi Lee & Sons, Wilson 70 07 47 Wm Harris, " W J Harris, NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D Loaded Shot Gun Shells. Black powder. 23 drairs 1 ounce phot. 25 for 25 cents. Black powder. 3 drams. 1 ounce shot. 25 for 28 cents. Black iMiwder, 3 drams. 1 ounces sN..t, 25 fur 30 ceu's Smokeless shell E C. powder, 4') g-ai s. 1 1 ounce shot. 25 for 50 cent. 8mokeless shell E. C. powder, 44 grains, 14 ounces shot, 25 for 55 cents. Nitro shell E. C. powder, 40 prairs 1 ounces shot, 25 for 40 cents Nitro she 1 E. C. powder, 44 grains, 14 ounces shot, 25 fur 45 cents. We retail Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, Hunting Coats, Hats, Leggins etc at Wholesale Prices for Spot ( ash BreechLoa!ir g Shot Guns, 14.50. $4 95, f 5 00. $5.25 6.00. 6 75, 7.93, .95 up to $34.95, Bovs' Muzzle Loading Guns tl n0, $1.95 and $2.30. fcmpty Knot Gun Sheila, 50 cents a box of 100. F. M. ROBERTS, 414 Libert Street, up stairs, Winston. , and WnJnitey HjkjuS cured iU Lome Willi. KVm tlrularn Rent FRtla fiiiwti V- i OHM lvVi V -uMJttaU btf Atlanta, ,