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AROUND THE TWIN CITY.
CURRENT L,OCAli KVKNTS Til K DAY BR1KFLY TOLD OF Bits of Kcts and Oosslp Gathered by Tho Sentinel's Kepresentatr Soriu.1 and General N What Is Going on Here. The Wachovia fl mrintf nitUs arp running day and night now to keep up with orders. A liceuse was issued last we. k for the marriage of Woi. P. Sirupe, of Panther Creek, to Martha E Snow, of Salem. rriior he a lawn nartv in the yard at R..L. Yarbrough Town. July 17th. for the n-ar vJ.o ueiuflt of New Hope church. Sportsmen all say this H t lea notable year for partridg.-s. A early as May 10th young biros were been That is unusually early. Somebody put up a sign on Mr. W. P. Ormsby's posti ttice building, in Sa'enj, Friday night, bearing the.e words: 'U. S Government building " The Episcopal Sunday School will picnic at South Side pirk Friday. The school will go out ou the street cars, leaving tha church at 8:30 a. ru. A movement is on foot to get up a Y M. O. A. Swimming Club, provid. d a suitable p'iace can be secured. The pond at the South Side park might be ntted up. The Superintendent has decided to raise the Southern passenger depot here 40 inches Ttie Southern and Norfolk & Western might build a union depot. Why not? The Episcopalians have organized a Sunday school at Uniou. Grov. chapel, North Winston. It meets at 4 pm. each Sabbath Goi. E (J. Ed munds is superintendent. It is predicted that Alderman Vance will be cierk to Mr. Ilolton, when the latter Is appointed District Attorney provided, of course, the f'vil service does not int.eifeie. ' Mr. Vance is now deputy Superior court clerk. A temperance speaker named Morse attracted a large crowd in front of the Municipal building, on Main s reet, Tuesday. He stood in h s two-horse hack and made a redhot.en thusiastic speech. It is suggested that as the Win ston Aldermen have decided to im jrove Liberty street, from Johnson's corner to the Salem line, the Salem Commissioners should open the south end of the street. It is reported that the rains dur ingtbe past week have done much damage to crops between Midway and Lexingt jn. A gentleman who passed through that sectiou Monday says he saw very little corn standing. The County Commissioners finish ed their work and adjourned Tuesday afternoon. They made several correc tions in the tax assessments, etc. The claims of the 18 tax-listers were al lowed. They received two dollars per day. The board of stewards of Cente nary church at their meeting last week granted their pastor, Dr. Creasy, a month's vacation. The Dr. and his family, will spend the month of August with his mother, in Vir ginia above Mt. Airy. They expect to leave here on Monday, August 2nd. Messrs. F. N. Day, J. M. Martin and Dr. C J. Watkins have been elect ed to represent the First Baptist church at the Pilot Mountain Associa tion, to be held at Oak llidge, Stokes county, beginning Thursday, July 29th. Messrs. W. T. Carter, F T. Baldwin, and A Heggie are the al ternates. A grand concert assisted by Salem Orchestra will be given at Bethania by the local Alumni Association of Salem Academy, on Friday July 16th, 1897, at 7:45 p m. Admission, 13; children, 10u'. The concert will be followed b? a lawn party from 10 to 12 p, m . at Mrs. T. J. Siauber's. Re freshments. The Asheville Citizen, In report ing the speeches made Tuesday night by the deputy collectors and others when a gold watch was presented to Mr. Rogers, the retiring collector, sayj: Stamp Deputy R. S. Galloway and Deputy Collector Alspaugh de clared their friendship for "Mr. Cilvil Service" and hoped he would stay some time. Before the Railroad Commission. Mr. J. C Buxton returned from Raleikrh Tuesday. Yesterday be aDDsared before the railroad commis sion and made a speech against an in crease of valuation of railroad prop erty and a reduction in fares. lie wanted to know whether the people of North Carolina were prepared to stand an increase of taxation and if the people are not, why should the railroads be thus treated ? He ridi culed Claik's college addresses on low ering railroad rates, Russell's writing of newspaper articles in his easy chair and then hurrying off to the seashore Speeches were made by several other lawyers, representing the various railroads. Officials of the Southern and C. F. & Y. V. were also present Graham Found Guilty. The jury in the case of the State vs. .J. L. Graham, of Newton, for burn ing the Presbyterian manse in which be lived last year, returned a verdict of guilty late Saturday afternoon and Judfe Green besides imposing a fine of S3C0, taxed the defendant with the coets. Mr. Graham, through his at torneys, appealed from the verdict of the jury and if Mie appeal stands the case will be heard by the Supreme Court in November. Graham yesterday tendered his re signation as Secretary to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. A Welcome Awaits Them. Dr. E. F. Strickland, of Bethania, has purchased a lot cnSnuthside, ad joining that of Mr. H. E. Harman, and, we learn, purposes to build a home there at an early day. Before building, however, Dr. Strickland will locate in Winston for the practice of his profession, in which be has won a high place. The people of Bethania and community will part with him and his good wife very reluctantly. We will welcome them as citizens of Winston. Preached His Farewell Sermon.' Rev. Judson Vipperman returned Monday evening from Macedonia. He closed his year's work and preached his farewell sermon there Sunday. He will no to Pleasant Fork in a few dayB to assist the pastor in a series of meetings. Mr. Vlcerman &aya that Mr Wil llam Scbaub, who was struck by llghtniog several days ago, is able to te op. m Accident to Mr. Ebert. I ' Mr. William Ebert, who lives about four miles West of Winston, fell off the curbstone on the North side of Fourth street, opposite Maj J. G. Young's office, at 11:45 Monday. His bead struck a stone, inflicting an ugly wound over the left eye. He was car- - tied in Mr. -J. J. Norman's store, where the wound was dressed by Dr. . Lott. BlartinsTiUe Goes Wet. The local ODtion election at Martins vilie Saturday resuitea u a victory ror t he wet ticket. The vote stood as . . . . - , . , - follows: For license, dw, against license, 1S4; wet's majority, 134. STILL HESITATING. CURRENCY MESSAGE DfD NOT APPEAR TODAY. The Senate Is Considering the Defi ciency Bill Will Enquire Into Foreign Postal Savings Banks. Minister to Spain. WASHiNGTON.July 12. Aftc r a con ference with Senators Spooner, Fair bank and other Republicans today, the President decided to hold his cur rency message. An t.fflcia". onnounctd tha. it will be s;nt in this week In respect for Senator Harris, the House adjourned until tomorrow nci.n, on motion of Representative Cox, of Tennessee. Senate took up the deficiency bill today. It has authorized resolutions directing the Secretary of State to secuie from the foreign countries all possible information relating to the operat ions of postal and savings banks abroad. Stewart L. Woodford, the new Min ister to Spain, was at the White House this morning and received final instructions "He talked with the President for some time and later conferred with Assistant Secretary Day at the State Department. It is likelv that, this will be his last talk with the President and State Depart ment, for he trees to Madrid as soon as he has studied the situation thor- ougly. AT BROAD STREET. Rev. M. Cowan Preaches '1 wo limeiy Sermons Morning Discourse. Rev. C. G. Cowan, who recently graduated at Wake Forest College, preached two able sermons at Broad Street Baptist church Sunday morn ing and night. Mr. Cowan is a good speaker and the masterly manner in which he handles his topics shows that he is a deep thinker. His text for the morn ing discourse was cuostn irom rzra 3:1. He spoke on the great need or unity of purpose, as well as of action of all God's people regardless of de nomination or faith. He said there is at the present day, a great need or Christian workers. It is always best to begin a work for God on your knees. Serve God first men next. Above all things we need men and women with mind to worK witnout Bacrince God does not want our service Will ingness to do his service always brings sacrifice. Each one of his children Is, as it were, a little cog-wheel in God's great machine and if we fail to do our duty many others will fail to work There is a wonderrui amount 01 latent. power laying dormant in all churches which, if put to work, would almost revolutionize a church In one year. After the sermon, a communion ser vice was held. The people of Winston-Salem would be glad for Rev. Mr. Cowan to cast his lot among them. DEATH OF MRS. POIN DEXTER. Died at the Home of Her Mother, Near Hickory. Mr. Robt. H. Poindextor, one of Winston's former citizens, now postal clerk between Washington and Char lotte, arrived in the city Sunday. His wife died Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Townsend, near Hickory, and was buried Saturday. The deceased had been in bad health for several months She was 28 years old and leaves two children, besides other relatives and friends, to mourn her death. . Mrs. Poindexter was a member or the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Washington. Mr. Poindexter was married in Win ston six vears aero last Christmas day. His two children are with tneir grand mother. He will spend a few days in Yadkin county before returning to his work. While a resident of Winston, Mr. Poindexter was connected with the Union Republican as traveling agent and correspondent. He has the sympathy of many friends in his be reavement. Russell and the Southern. Gov. Russell says the lease of the North Carolina railway to the South em is positively to be made an issue in the next campaign; that he does not know whether a plank declaring against it will be in the Republican platform, but it will be in what he terms the voters' platform. He de clares that Judge Simonton's decision has by no means ended the question Referee-Kerr Craig will, on the 27th instant, at Salisbury, bear testimony from Governor Russell, Attorney-Gen eral Walser, and the new directors of the North Carolina railway, if they have any, on the issue of fraud in the lease of that road to the Southern. The burden of proof is upon those above named. Struck a Mineral Well. A man by the name of Sysemore. who lives just beyond tne Marienbad Springs, on the hill, recently dug well. Mr. sysemore began using the water and while it was clear and cool and was fair drinking water, but be ing stroog with a peculiar mineral taste, he found that for other purpos es than drinking it was a failure, as in washing clothes, it stained them dark brown, so heavily charged with mineral properties is the water, byse more was thinking of filling the well and digging another, when his atten tion was called to the fact that he probably might have an important find. It is thought that the water is valuable, and its properties will be Investigated. SheriffKapp's Accident. Sheriff Kapp met with a painful accident while en route home batur day e eniug. He was riding his mai and the animal Btumbied and fell, throwing the Sheriff under her. The accident occurred one mile beyond Hausertown. Dr. Strickland was sum moned and rendered the necessary medical attention. The SherifTo left band, hip and shoulder are badly bruised. The little finger was knock ed out of j -int. He was able to come to Winston today. - Capt. Stagg to Have Sunday. Capt. St agg and his crew were given holiday Sunday. Capt. Ed. Holden conducted the train. It Is learned that the company has decided to al low Capt. Stagg to "keep all of bis Sabbaths holy" in the future. He de serves it. The Captain has been run ning on this line for fifteen years, making seven days in the week. Prominent RaUroad Official. F. S. Gannon, third vice president and general manager of the Southern, spent yesterday In the city. He travel ed in his private car, which was at tached to the regular train, and was accompanied by B. F. Hunter, Jr., his private Secretary. Mr. Gannon was driven oyer the city by Capt. Bu ford. . Eucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts, brais es, sores, ulcers salt rheum, fever, sores, tet ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and M.11 K CL 111 CIUUI.1UU0I BUU LTVAbATCUT Vi 0 or no Squired. It is guaranteed to giva j perfect satisaction or money refunded. tu SKin eruptions, auu ijutuuvtuy curai ywsa Prim 9Jiet incr bor. For sale bv V O Thomrw I son. DIED IN A RAILWAY COACH- Dropped Dead Between Danville and Greensboro. Saturday afternoon, : before the Southbound Southern railway pas senger train reached Lynchburg, Va., a neatly dressed traveling man step ped up to the t.icktd office and asked for a ticked to Greensboro, N. C. He boarded the train when it arrived. At Danville be got off and purchased a lunch, biinging it with him to the train. As the train moved on, he began eating. A few minutes after a color ed train hand who was passing through the train, saw the man's bead fall to one side. At the same time the news agent entered the car. He also saw the man's head drop to one side, and ran to hloi, expecting to find that he had fainted He was horrified to Hod the man in the throes of death. He gasped several times and then bis heart ceased to beat. Letters were found in his pockets addressed to "W. B. Davies, Lynch burg, Va." It is supposed that that was bis name. -He had a bottle of whiskey in his grip. He bad been stricken while in the actor eating, food being still in bis mouth after he diel. Mr. GannoD, second vice president of the Southern, was on board, in his private car coming to Winston. He directed that the body be left in the care of the agent at Reidsville.and that messages of inquiry be sent at the company's expense, to Lynchburg and Greensboro. ADDRESSJLAST NIGHT. Senator Green on "America and Its Advantages to Colored People." A large crowd of colored people and number of whites heard ex-State Senator John P. Green, of Ohio, at the Court bouse, Monday night He was introduced by Prof. S. G. Atkins. Ex Senator Green is a pleasant and entertaining talker and bis speech was well received. He is a native of Newbern, N. C, and left this State about 40 years ago. He has met with success and is said to be uuite wealthy. His subject was "America and its Advantages to Colored people." He rged friendly relations between the two races and told the col ored members of bis audience to be moral, acquire wealth and intelli gence, baid they would be respected according to the moral standard ac quired in life. The speaker said the white man possessed one point above the negro and that was "tenacity." The white man would stick to a thing when the colored man would give up The ex-Senator took issue with and scored Bishop Turner's pet scheme in favoring negro emigration to Africa- He thought the negro belonged in America He discussed the friendly relation that exists here between em ployer and employee. Told the color ed people that their condition was much better than many of the white people up north; that while their wages might be small they ought to be thankful they bad work to ao and received pay for it promptly. He ad vised the members of his race to be honest, pay their debts and not try to live beyond their income. Green spoke for one hour and thirty minutes but did not touch on poli tics. Such arguments are calculated to do good especially among that class of colored people who think for themselves. OFF FOB TORONTO. Delegates Leave for the Big Epworth League Convention. North Carolina will be well repre sented at the big International Ep worth League Convention which con venes at Toronto, Canada, this week The following delegates boarded the N. & W. train here Tuesday : Rev. and Mrs. J. A. B. Fry. Mrs. B, F. Hanes, Miss Carrie Lloyd and Mr. R. B. Stone, of Winston; Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Sherrill and Mr. Weir, of Elkin; Mr. CundifT, of Siloam; Mr. James Dicks and Miss Lillie Dicks, of walkertown; Mr. J. J. Cox, of Ridge way, Va. Quite a party left Greensboro Mon dayRev. M. Gay, of Centenary church, M. is. bherwood. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith, Miss Nannie Lee Smith. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Denny, Willie Brown and others. Rev. Dr. Weaver, pastor of West Market Street church. intended going with the party but was prevented by the illness of Mrs. Weaver. In the party that left Durham Mon terday were Prof, and Mrs. A. H Merritt. Prof. R. L. Flowers, and Rev. J. N. Cole, of that city, and Prof. Snipes, of Charlotte. Meetinjr With Encouragement. The special committee and the Board of Directors of the Y. M. C. A are meeting with encouragement In the canvass for funds towards the con struction of the new rooms. Almost everyone in Winston-Salem is becom ing interested in the move which means so much for -the Association. If you have not seen the plans it will pay you to call at toe rooms and see them. New members are being re ceived everyday. The contract for the alterations in the building will be let just as soon as certain arrange ments are perfected. Conducted by Rev. i. W. Callahan. While the showers were coming down yesterday afternoon a company of about za men gathered at the Y, M C A. and held a splendid meeting Rev. J. A a. t ry baa expected to ad dress the meeting but was prevented na account of the rain. Rev. G. W. Callahan, who is always equal to any occasion, was present and led the meeting in a most pleasing manner. He chose ror tne scripture lesson a part of Hebrews, 12th chapter. An Imposter. The Weldod News gives warning of an imposter who is going the rounds imposing on tne Masonic fraternity. la Fetersourg ne gave bis name as William Stevens, of Port Huron, Mich . and stated be was a member of Pine Level Lodge of Masons, of that city. A telegram was sent to the lodge, and the reply was to the effect that Stevens was a fraud and that be has been making a living this way for the past twelve years. Sent to Slloaxn for Burial. Mrs. B. M. Reed died in Greensboro Sunday. The remains passed up the road next morning. JJhey were sent to Siloam for Interment and were accompanied by the bereaved husband and three little children. Mr. Reed is a poor man and the reporter was in formed that a passenger on the train took up a handsome collection for him One of the railroadmen fcaid he thought the amount was about twenty-five dollars. Two Burglars Arrested. . A report was current here Sunday and Monday that a party was ar rested in Lexington Saturday night charged with the murder of Mrs. Springs. From a lady who came from Lexington Monday morning it, was learned that two men were arrested there Saturday night but they were parties who are charged with burglary in another town. The lady, did not learn their names. - I ' I TTall a Hair Renewer DrevenU AnnArnfT and stops the hair from failing. CUBANS- ADVANCING. TWO BANDS IN THE PROVINCE OF HAVANA. Arms and Ammunition Landed at Various Points Along the Coast. 28,000 Spaniards Sick Great Scarcity of Provisions. Madrid, July 12 A dispatch from Havana says that two of the principal hands of insurgents are now in the Province of Havana and arms and ammunition Yinv landed at various points along th coast.. Upward of twenty-eight thousard Spaniards are sick and a thousand patients are In the Havana Hospitals. There is a great scarctiy of provisions, owing to the delay of the authorities making payment to the contractors A state ment of the crucial Gazette in regard to the affairs of the Bank of Spain has caused a great deal of comment. The notes in circulation exceed the amount the bank has been authorized to issue by one hundred and thirty-six million pesetas. FIRE AT GREENSBORO. Thousands of Dollars Worth of Pro perty Swept Away. Greensboro was visited by a de structive fire Monday nigbt.lt was first discovered in the second story of the building on South Elm street, occu pied by L , E. Darden's shoe store at 8:45. After a'hard fight of an hour the flames were gotten under control, but not until bis stock was badly damaged by water. The dry goods store or Armneid, Ridge and Vickery, next door, was also badly damaged by water. A fire wall saved the Record and Patriot newspaper offices. Sparks from the tire at uaraeu s set the old Star warehouse, an immense wooden building, occupied by J. J PLoenix's produce house, on Are, and it was totally destroytd. It is belieyed that the Pr.ueiix Pro duce House was fired by an Incendi ary. While it was burning two color ed men were rheard to remak that there would be other fires before morning. Extra policemen were on duty. Oalv one small building, adjlamg the old warehouse, caught fire The market house and store buildings near by were not seriously damaged. Whar ton Bros.' book store and the Bank of Guilford rooms were emptied of their contents without great loss. Tne tire department did excellent work. Mr. Pt.cealx had no insurance on his stock. His loss is heavy. He put in a car load of eggs yesterday and and three cars of dried Truit last week Arroneld, Ridge& Vickery place their loss at $3,000 above insurance. Mr Darden's loss is more than $1,000. STATE FIREMEN. Outlook for the Finest Tournament Yet Held. President J. D. McNeill, of the North Carolina State Firemen's Asso ciation, who wa9 in the city Monday, said the outlook for the best meeting of the Association and the finest tour- uament ever held in the State is good. Already about seventeen teams have entered, and there will be others. Mr. McNeill is anxious for the Win ston Hook and Ladder C.i. No 2 to at tend. Capt. Gales has promised to ask the Aldermen to appropriate $50 to the Ladder hoys toward paying their expenses The Eagle Hose Co No 4 was out practicing again Monday evening. The Company will give a promenade con cert at the Salem square on Saturday eveniDg, July 31st, for the purpose of raising money to pay its expenses to the tournament. The Junior Lawn Part7. About 75 people from here attended the Junior lawn party at Walkertown Saturday evening. Some went out in buggies and others on bicycles. The lawn -between the depot and Mr Thomas Crews' residence was illumi nated with Japanese lanterns. The Centreville band furnished music from the grand stand, on the frnat of which appeared this monogram, printed in large letters: "Jr. O U. A. M. Alderman vance say9 the event was a big success lie. thinks the Walkertown Council netted about twenty-tive dollars. Little Girl Killed by a Horse. A little daughter of Robert Stone, aged about 9 or 10 years, was killed by her father's horse a few days ago in the Rock Creek section of Wilkes county- It seems t hat the child had been in the habit of going to pasture where the horse grazed and catching it. When she went after it, t he bon-e refused to let her put the bridle on, and whirled'around and kicked hr one foot landing on her Bide and the, other on her bead. Her parents wit nessed the accident, but before they reached her side she was dead. A Sunday Scrap. Sim May and Ham Stipe, two white men, had a lively scrap suoaav af ternoon near -the corner of Lineny and Fourth streets. It is stated that the fight originated over a statement made by atipe to the effect that he expected to report J. A. Bed for sell ing whiskey on mi u a ay ana tUit May and others' would have to appear as witnesses. Stipe was drinking. Expects to Appoint August 1st. Th( Asheville Cit'zen of Mcnday says: "Collector Harking said tti morning that there would be lo ap pointments of Deputy Collectors be fore August l. it is expected mat the order exempting Deputy Collec tors from the oprationsof the civil service law will become effective t n that date." Carrier Pigeons Set Free. Charley Beck carried two carrier pigeons, belonging to O car Hege, to Moore's Springs Saturday evening. He set them free at 2- o'clock Sun day afternoon. Oscar says they were at borne next morning but be does not know what time they ar rived last evening. j General Superintendent of N. & W. Mr. L. E Johnson has been appoint ed General Superintendent of the Norfolk & Western Railway Company, and will have charge of the trans poi- tation service, maintenance of track, real estate and all other property of the Company. Mr. Johnson's appoint ment dates from J uly 10th. - . High Point to Have a Dally. It is learned that Editor Farris, of the High Point Enterprise, is arrang ing to begin the publication of a daily Enterprise about the first or beptem ter. . Old People. Old people who require medicine to regu late the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medi cine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, bnt acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitten is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just ex actly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at Thompson's drag store. THE OLD NORTH STATE. Interesting Items Culled From Our State Exchanges. Dr J H. Tucker, a prominent phy sician of Renders m and ex-presideot. of the State Medical Society, is dan gerously ih. Two sons of William Hinckley, aged thirteen and fourteen years, were drowned in Wayiie rutin tv while bath ing. The bodies wire four.d clapped toget her. The commissioners of Craven coun ty announce that t hey adhere to their resolution not to call a public school tax election August 10. They will be forced by the State to call it The State treaurer Saturday re ceived $420 000 annual rental nf the North Carolina Rii'.wav hv t he Sum h ern He also received $23,000 for the wnite and color d agricultural and mechanical colleges. Governor Russell and Associate Jus tice Walter Clark were to present in writing to the railway commission to day reasons why they favor a reduc tion of railway rates and the increase of valuation of railway property. Abram Dayis, colored, while drunk got into an altercation at Charlotte, Saturday night, with an unknown white man He t hrew a stone at the latter, who shot him in the head, caus ing instant death. The white mm escaped. It is found that $20,000 of the busi ness agency fund of the Farmers' State Alliance has been invested in grounds and buildings at alliance headquar ters, at Hillsboro, including a tannery and shoe factory. There is likely to be a very stormy time at the approach ing annual meeting of the State Alliance. DEAD LKTTKRS. ir Your Name is on the List Call on the Postmaster. The following is a list of dead let ters remaining in the post office at Winston, N. C, July 10, 1897: Houston Adams, C E Allen. Miss Catherine Banner, S W Borlton, Miss Dazzle Comraner, Dr T N Crawley, Mrs Henry Dulan, Mess Foil & Co, J M Freman, Moses Gunn, J L. Hall, Mrs S M Hauser, W A Hains, Mrs Angle Holliday, C L floorer, Miss McBride Jenkins, C S Johnson, Miss Li I lie Jones, Mrs Eliza E Kiger, Miss Mag gie Lassiter, Lehman, Prof F M Mar tin, Prof J H Martin, Mrs McRubis. Miss Dora Morehead, C B Osborne, A W Phelps, R C Pitts, W A Pugh, Ann Tharp, Mrs Ruth Turner, Mrs Mary Webb, M W Wooten. When calling for the above letters please t-ay they were advertised. E. H. Wilson, P. M. SALEM. List of letters remaining unclaimed in postofflce at htlem, In. C, at close of business Saturday, July 10th. 197: Minnie Hene, Mrs Martha Johnson, William Nune, Miss Btrtie Payne. When culling for the above letters please feay they were advertised. R. W.Belo, P. M. T1IK CO A Ij STRIKE. No West Virginia Coal Has Yet Been Moved. Massillon, Ohio, July 13. TLe miners at Dilloodale have not yet re sumed work but they are being close ly watched by union men to prevent their miking a break, for it is beliey ed that an attempt will be made at any time to operate the mines. Ir that is done there will certainly be trouble. No West Virginia coal has yet been moved by either Wheeling, Like Erie or CievelaLd Loraiue or Wheeling railways. GAVE COMMITTEE NO SATISFACTION Belaike, Ohio. July 13. The min ers in the Scbicks mines were called upon by a committee of two from each nf the mines at Allen, Baltimore and Ooio yesterday, who asked them to quit work. They gave the com mittee no satisfaction beyond an in dication that they were deriving bet ter pay than others who were striking. i bis word was passed along the line The miners have called another meet ing for today. CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY. The New York Bondholders Gain a Point iu Court. The Baltimore Sun say3: "The suit of the New York rer rganizition committee of the Cape Fear and Yad kin Valley Railway Company to re cover from the Baltimore reorganiza tion committee of the railway $52,000 of the series A bonds of the road was decided against the Baltimore com mittee yesterday by Judge Morris, In the United States Circa t Court. The Baltimore comoiiiee refused to dt-liv er the boodd, as ilkir ui igiual holdrrr- bad signed the Haiti more reorvan z t tion plan Judge Morn decided tlut the New York committee purchas-d the bonds without notice of the sign ing of the agreement and were not- bound by it." BODY OF SKN.-V.TOIt HARU1S. It Arrived at Memphis at 7:30 This Morning. Memphis, Tenn., July 12. The fun eral train bearing the b dy of ttit late Senator Harris arrived here at 7:30 this morning en route for Na-1 ville The Washington party wen j lined by Gov. Taylor and many SiaU officials Confederate veterans acten as an escort of honor. The body wai- taker, to the First Methodist churct to iie iu state throughout the morn iDg A BODY IN A BARRELi. Shipped as Freight Trying to Solve . the Mystery. QuiTMAN,Ga.,July 13. Every iff nt is being made to solve the mystery a'.tacbed to the young girl's remains which were left by a boat in a barrel and were dismemvered. A cast will be made of the head and photographs will be taken and sent to all points on the river As there was no bill of lading the ghastly freight must have originated from a river town. TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Forty Persons Killed and Sixty Oth ers Injured. Copenhagen, July 12. A terrible railroad accident took place at mid Dlght last night. An express train from Holsiugoor ran Into a passenger train and wrecked eight carriages, killed forty persons and injured sixty others. Moxt of the victims are of the artisan class. The dead and in' Jured were conveyed in ambulances to this city. - Pbotbct toubseut against sickness and suffering bv beeping your blood rich and pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Weak, thin, impure blood is sura to result In disease. Hood's PiMjS are easy to take, easy to oper ate. Cure indigestion, biliousness. SSc. Are gaining favor rapidly, rva Business men and travel- I I I lers carry them in vest III pockets, ladles carry them In purtea. honwkeepers keep them In medicine closeja, Xileada recommend thereto lrlenda. 23o IILT Most torturing and disfiguring of itching, burning, scaly skin and scalp humors is in stantly relieved by a warm bath with Ci-ti-cuba Soap, a single application of Ccticika (ointment), the great skin cure, and a full dose of CtmcuRA Ue.sol.vent, greatest of blood purifiers and humor cures, when all else fails. ticura Issold throtirhoTrtthe wortd. Fottsb Dnro iwi Chik. 0kp- Prop., Boston. How to Cure Salt Rheum," fre. FALLING HAIR Pimply Vwctst. Baby Blemish t. Cured by CtncuSA Boat. An Oltl Army Gun. Salisbury S-m Mr. J a. Uringle, a fatmnr living about two miles and a half from the city of Salisbury on the new Concord road, while ploughing in a new ground last W ednesday ploughed up ii uiu army gna, vr men nad probas bly lain there, concealed since the close of the late war. 33 vears lira. Tho woo l of the gun had all decavs ed, except a small pie'-e about an inch long. The barrel, tripger, rams rod aud other pieces of iron were found, but badly rustfd. Th old army cap was still on the gun and the bariel was loaded. County Sunday School Convention. Tho Executive Committee has de cided tn hold the County Sunday School Colv- ntlon at, Bethania. Sat urday, August Tt.h, and every Suner- intendetit and tie rnwt ship r-fficeia are urged to note the time and have every school represented and all the township reports in shaDe. It is the desire of the committee to make tis convention a stepping stone to the grand mass meeting of all the schools la the county. August 26;h. A Strike in Kngland. London, July 13 The threatened strike of workers in the ei irineeriui trade began this m rning, when the night men of forty-thrte Arms ceased work. The day men will ouit this evening. This will make ao aggre gate of seventeen thousand strikers. Somnluinj; u Impend On. Mr. James Jones, of the drus firm of Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in sneaking of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that last winter his wife was attacked with La Griprje, and her case crew so serious that uhvsicians at Cowden and Pana could do nothini for her. It seemed to develop into Hastv Consump tion, llavine Dr. Kine's New Discoverv in store, and Felling lots of it, he took a bottle home, ana to tne surprise of all she began to get better from first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cvreil her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to do this good work. Try it. Free trial bottles at V U. liiompsou s drug store, Notice. Having duly qualiiied as administrator of ruel f ulton. deceased, all persons naving claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby notihed to present them to me, duly proven as the law directs, within twelve months troru the date ot this notice, or the same will be plead in bar of their recoverv. and all persons indeb:ed to said deceased are requested to make payment of the same at once. This 14th day of July. 1897. J. D. WADDILL, Administrator. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VA. Courses f r decrees, with Electives: Inch standard. Also Commercial and Preparatory Courses Library 20,000 volumes. Working Laboratory. Uobd morals and discipline. Six cnurcnes no iar rooms, iteaiunui moun tain climate. Vebv modkkatk kxvknkkf; may be reduced below $150 for nine months (.tees, board, ivc.) 4.tn year begins sept. loth. ataiotnie iree. Address J uli us l. uk kher. f resident. The State Normal And Industrial College, GREENSBORO, N. C, Offers the young women of the State thor ough professional, literary, classical, scien- tinc and industrial education. Annual ex penses f'JOto 150. Fac ilty of 25 members. More than 400 regular students. Practice school of 126 pupils for lea- hers. More than 12U0 marticulates representing every county in the State except three. Corres pondence invited from tliose desiring com t-etent trained teaclieis. lo secure board in dormitories all free tuition applications rouM De made neiore August ist. if or cata logue and information, address PKrJSlUUNl' CliAKL-fcS 1). Mcl JiK. UEIFIT: "When I lay X euro I do not mean merely to stop thm frr . time and then have them return again. I mean a radical care. 1 nave maae ine aisemae 01 FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life long study. I warrant my remedy to euro the worst casea. Hecanse others have failed is no reason for nnt nrtw vMfivinir a C Tire . Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Ex press and Potttothce addreas. FlOfW.B.PEEKE,F.D.,4CerJarSt.,KCWYort GREAT REDUCTION On the price of WALTHAM and FLG1N watches, suitable ror rarmers. Solid Mir.Kel, Open fire isust troor case, tuily guaran teed, for f 4.00. worth $6.00 all over town Vnl and see this watch at 44a Labeity tree', Winston, in. u. . BROWN, ThE JEELFR. (Fine Repairiug a Specialty.) The Sun. The First of American News papers, CHAULES. A. DANA, Editor. The American Constitution, the American Idea, the American Spirit. These first, last, and all the time, forever. cany, fly mail, $5 a year I Dally & Sunday by mail 3 a year The Sunday Sun Is the Greatest SundayNews- paperln the world. Piice be. a nonyr By mail $2 a year Address THE FUN, New York. 1:11 a1 tiSS f AlLS. I Coutfh farruD. Tastes Good. TJM m time, pom py orpggigta. 'i CMRFS WHfcrtE Alt I I Beet I I 1 l w1 PEACE Institute cUdiM' Excellent buildings and beautiful grounds in a Healthful L .cation with f plendid cli mate, stands at the very front in Kema'e ' Education. Thorough in i's Courses. Hmh in i's rtandard. Unsurpassed in its bigh moral tone and in its intellectual and social ixiuuences. Twenty-o e fficers and teachers. Very reasonable prices. Send for catalogue. North Carolina College of Agriculture and Hechanlc Arts Will Open Sept. 9th. 1897. Thorough academic, scientific and tex-hn'-cal courses, Experienced Special ists in every department. Expenses Pkr Pkssioji, Including Board: For County Students HH 00 For All Other btudents .... 123.0J Apply for Catalogues to ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY, LL. D., President, Raleigh, N. C. LOST. Certificate No. 4243. 5sh,iv, ftM U. iK i,. Association. Finder will rptnm W. Ji JLlNKbACK. Winston, N. C. NOTICE OF SEIZURE. Notice is hereby given of the seizure of the followinir personal tion of Internal Revenue Laws of the United estates, to wit: 3 cornier stills. 3 cans. 1 and 11 barrels of whiskey, cintainintr about 4H6 gals., seized from E. M. Godbey. June 14, 1897. " Also 3 copper stills, 3 caps, 1 worm, 1 in dicator tox and pipe, 9 bbls. whiskey, containing about 409 gals., and one pku. whiskey, containing about 15 gals., seized from I. J. Shermer. June 15. 18S17. Also 6 bbls. whiskey, containing about 240 Kib., seizeu irom j. iv. itutleage June aa, Any person claiming tne above men tioned property is hereby notiiied to appear before the undersigned at his ottice in Ashe ville, N. C , within 30 days from the date uereoi aim maKe much c aims in manner andiorm prescribed by law or said property will be declared forfeited to the Unitt-d States. SAM'Ij L. ROGERS, Coll. Int. Rev. 5th Dist. N. C, F. P. Alspaugh, D. C. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Stae of North Carolina, ( Forsyth County. f B'JCo.Com. In accordance with an Act of the Oeneral Assembly of North Carolina, ratified the 9Ui day or March, IH'Jl, notice is hereby given that an Election will be held in the several townships of Forsyth county, on xut-suay alter the second Monday in August, t Deiug tne 10TH DAY OF AUGU8T, 1897, upon the question of levying a special township Tax for the 1'ublic schools of said Townships. Said tax to be 10c on tne f 1U0 valuation and 50c on the Poll. At said election every voter in fvor of the Special School Tax shall vote a written or printed ballot with the words "for Schools." and every voter opposed to the Special Tax shall vote a written or printed ballot with the words "Against Schools. By order ot the Hoard. This 9th day of June 1897. W. J. ELLIS. Chairman Board Co. CommUisoners. NOTICE. 18 Tracts of Land for .Sale. fit Dalton, Stokes Co. N.C. By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Stokes county, at Spring term, 1S9G, in the case entitled K. I. Daltou and wife. CA. Ualton and John x. i'hillips. administrator of 1. N. Dalton, deceased, against Rebecca J. Dalton, widow of I. N. Dalton, deceased, K. E. Dalton and others, as administrator of D. N. Dalton, 1 will sell privately the fol lowinK lands, to-wit: 1st. lract lyint; on the Little Yadkin known as the home place subject to the widow's dower, containing tiM acres more or less, and being the tract upon which the said u. jn. .uauoii resided at the time ol his death. 2nd. Tract lyint; on the Little Yadkin. adjoining the above named tract, known as the Wesley bpainhower tract, containing 260 acres more or less This tract is well improved, and has some very tine bottom land on it. 3rd. Tract known as the Kilter tract lying on iue xjitLits lauKiii, au ioiuuik tne opain- bower tnict.contaiuing 100 acres more or less 4th. lract lying on the Little xadkin. adjoining the aoove named tracts, known as the Westmoreland mill tract, containing 275 acres more or less. This tract has on it a good houring and corn mill, a good saw mill and dresser, all run by good water power. ota. lract known as the o. F. Coe tract. adjoining the home tract containing about 30 acres. All of the above named lands lie on or near the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Kailway, near Dalton station, and are con vemetit to churches, schools, etc. Otli. lract lying on the Little adkin. known as the W. S. King mill tract, con taining ?42 acres more or less. This tract lias o.i it situated a good corn and Houring mill. th. Tract known as the Bohannon lands lying on North Double Creek, adjoining the i.. c t : i- 117: 1 1 i , . . iuiius ui junmu vviiKes uiiu oLiiers, contain ing 10U acres more or less, being that por tion of the Bohannon tract occupied by Lee Dodd. ttlh. Tract lying on the waters of North Double Creek, adjoining the Bohannon tract and known as the Finkney Wilkes tract, containing 50 acres more or less, and being tne tract occupied oy a. m. i ox, 9th. Tract lying on the waters of South Dounle Creek, adjoining the lands of Thom as Sarles and others, known as the Gen try land, containing 152 acres, more or less. and being the land occunied bv John H lutn. Tract lying on the waters of Little Yadkin, adjoining the W. 8. King mill tract ana Deing tne tract on wnicn u. u. Lynch now lives, containing 240 acres more or less. 11th. Tract lying on the waters of Little ladkm, adjoining the above named Ban ner tract and known as the D. N Dalton entry, containing ao acres more or less, liiu. racir lying on me waters or little Yadkin, known as the Lucmda Grabs tract. containing 14 acres more or less. ldtn. Tract being tnirteen.rorty-seconds of a tract of land lying near Stokesburg. n the waters oi cuu itun, Known as the tsuil Kun tract, containing in all 300 acres more or less. 14th. Tract known as the J. L. Gordy tract, adjoining the lands of Wiiliam Llovd and others, containing 100 acres more or less. loth, xract known as the K. 11. Masse y tract, lying on the waters of Town Fork, aujoining tne lanus ox jonn w. Chambers, Joseph Willis and others, containing 140 acres more or less. 16th. Tract known as the John Banner 51 acre tract, adjoining the lands of William King. liih. Tract known as the A. A Culler tract, adjoining the lands of Wright Petree aHn. others, containing 30 acres more or less. 18th tract. 32 shares in Dalton Institute lot. Nearly all of the above named tracts of land are well improved and well suited to the production of corn, wheat and tobacco. Parties wishing to purchase are invited to examine said lands before purchasing else where. Terms: One third cash, one third on a credit of six months, the remainder on a credit of twelve months Bond bearing interest with approved security for deferred payment will be required. This March 19 1897. JOHN Y. PHILLIPS, Administrator AuTlvoi, 1 WIST ATftrr mmi ani mrnwt.mn tv. TTmIa States Interested in U.? Oiiiora and Whisky naoiw io nave one or my books on thM dia ! easas. Addrasa R. M. Wnnllav. Atl.nu. Box 883, and one will ! sent you frea. are a source of comfort. They are a source of care, also. J If you care for your child's f health, send for illustrated book on the disorders to which ' 1 children are subject, and 1 -which Frey's Vermifuge I has cured for 50 years. 1 Om bottte bj uu be a MOtl. B. . 8. FRET, fx Baltimore, Ha, , c otton. With careful rotation of 3ops and. liberal fertilizations, 1 j , OttOn lands Will lmprOVC The loollcation nf n nrnnpi" fot-ri PPuca"I O a proper lertl- ozer containing1 sufficient Pot ash often makes the difference between a profitable crop and lailure. Use fertilizers contain hg not less than 3 to 4 Actual Potash; Kainlt is a complete specific against "Rust" All about Potash the results of its us by srtual ex- Mnment on the best farms ia the Uuiteil Statei is ld m a little book which we publish and will gladly nail tree to aay larmrr in America who will write fur it. GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 Nasaau St., New York. Weekly Mai ket "Report. Winstom N (J. July Sill. 1897. Breaks are Fin ill. AH grades of sound stock are sol 1 1 n U tor very satis-. tactory prices. jUauindctunnp; sorts aud m edit a an 1 good wrappers are iu most demanr. TOBACCO MA 11 KET. 4 r.o to :i oo 4 tiO to 7 oo M 00 to- 12 00 Lugs, common Good. Fine bright luy Medium. :i 50 to 5 00 lit 00 22 05 4 00 8 50 14 00 1800 18 00 25 00 40 CO 50 50 Cutters, Comnvm 12 00 to me, 18 00 to Common Leaf, 3 oo to uooa 6 50 to Fine, io 00 to Extra ripe leafy fillers. 12 00 to Common wrappers, 15 00 to Medium, 20 oo to Good, 30 00 to H ine, 45 00 to PRODUCE MARKET. BUYING PKICES. cabbage, per hundred. 100 to 125 Honey. 8 to 12 Sorghum bythe barrel 20 to 23 Meeswax, 22 Tallow, 4 to 5 Dry hides, 3 to 5 New feathers, extra good, 35 to 40 unwasnea wool, good, l to 20 Washed wool, good. 24 to 27 Flax seed, 7f Chickens, price 8 to If Country meat, sides 7 to 8 Country bams, 10 to 11 uonntry shoulders 7 to 8 iVgs, per dozen H to 10 i'ork, 4 to 5 Corn, 45 to 50 Clay Peas, 0 to 70 Colored Beans, tiO to 75 White Peas 75 to 85 beans, 75 to 1 00 SKLLING ritlCJES. "bulk meat, sides. ' (i to 61 Hams, canvass sqgar cured 12 to 15 Salt, large fine 1 40 Salt, small tine 50 to 55 Salt, coarse 55 Coffees 121 to 20 Sugars 41 to 6 Molasses, uer'gallo 25 to 40 Syrup 20 to 40 Slaughter Safe OF BICYCLES Too many Bicjclea. Too little room. lSicvcles muaz go to make room for Guns and Ammunition. I0Y8, get onto the price. A $60 wheel, fitted with M. & V. Tiree, going now at $'25.25. Great Scott, Bojt! Get a hump on yourselves. They will go fast at price named. Do not dtlay, but straight away to Iwbtrto go, and buy yourself a bike. xours for business, F JW, Roberts 445 Liberty at., Winsto i, N. C. North Carolina. I Siiiierior Court, Forsyth County, f August Term, 1H!)7. H E Fries. J II Stockton, 11 T Halinson, W A lilair, W li Carter, Thos A Wilson, T J Brown coin'r, A H Eller, Mrs Sophia H Duffy. L M 11 lteynolds, A C lavis, Laulie 11 Davis, Chas Dully, Francis Duffy, TT Hay, W li llay, J W lliusdule, 1) 11 Hill. Jno tj Cunningham, Jessie ilrown Mc A lifter and J W AIcAlister. vs. H F Tilden, G W Watts. J A Daslia, Ellen L Daeba, C Butgin, Ellen S Latidon, Sarah W Covel, Alphonso S Covel, (ieo Keeler, Susan 8 Keeler, Mary A i'lumiuer, Isuuc Parsons, Clias l.urges, Sanili W tiay, J S Watkins, Mary L Wutkins and 11 U Star buck trustee. NOTICE. The above named defendant. ami also the wife of O W Wa'ts and the wife of Clias Hurgess and the husband of Sarah W (jay, if either or all of them are married, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Forsyth county to jierfcct the titles to cer tain lots of land situate! in Uruudbay township Forsyth county, formerly owned by Winston-falem Lund and Investment Company and to substitute the Trustee and execute the trust by whom and in which they., are held, and the said named defend ants and those not named except as the wives and husbands of said defendants and all other persons interested in said action, or in the lauds owned by the South Side Syn dicate and held by II. It. Starbuck, trustee, will take notice, that they are required to appear at the next term of the eUerior Court of said county to be held on the tirtt Monday of August, lh!7, at the Court house in Winston, N. C , and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plain tiffs will apply to the IXmrt for the relief demanded) n said complaint. This 14th day of June, 18U7. N. S. WlION. C. S. C. A H Eli.kk, Att'y for Plaintiffs. 189T THE SUN. 1897 BALTIMORE. MD. The paper of the people, for the people and with the people Honest in motive, fearless in expression, seund in principle, unswerving in ita alle giance to rinrit theories and right practices. THE SUN publishes all the news all the time, but it does not allow its columns to be degraded by unclean, immoral or purely sensational matter. Editorially, THE SUN is the consistent and unchanging champion and defender of popular rights and interests against political machines and monopolies of every charac ter. Independent in all things, extreme in none. It is for good laws, good government and good order, By mail Fifty Cents a aionth, .nlx Dollars a year. The Baltimore Weekly Sun. 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