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CUKUENT KOCAL. KVKNTS OF THK DAY UltlKKLY TOia. Hits of Facts and Oosslp Oathered by The Sentinel's Representatives Social and Oeneral Sews What is Going; on Here. The Salem Iron Works shipped a coffee huller to Mexicc a few days ago. Wallace's circus is to exhibit in Winston at an early date. The ad vertising car is in 11 anoke. Deputy Collector Frank Alpiugh threshed his crop of wheat Friday, liis yield aggregated 408 bushels. A number of Winston's colored population attended a big Baptist As sociation at Dry Hollow, Sunday. Messrs. Mock & Conrad, who live a few miles west of Winston, report tint they have t hreshed 8,200 bushels of wheat this season. Mr. J. W. Fries, of Salem, has been granted a patent ua a printing roll." It is a piece of cottou mill inacuiuerj iiud is Mr. Fries' own invention. Nearly 1100 votes were cast iu Pur sy tu c.unty at the rocent s-chooi tax election Only IS." were in favc r of tne extra taxation for the public schools. Mr. F E. Shame!, who lives a few miies west of Winston, says consider able hail fell in his section Mo.-day night and it did considerable dnn igoi to tobacco i Elitor Stanford, of the Yadkin Hippie, wno is well kuoa here, ims fcut an fli :e at last. He has been ap pointed levenue agent at a salary of $1,000 a year. A negro named Eaoch Hairstou wasanested titre Saturday night. tJe is wanted id Kockinghanj coutity for larceny. An flieer is expected lu af rive here tonight for him. It is learned that the haii storm Monday- did an immense amouut ot damage lu the growiiig crops be tweeu vNainut C ve and tjenuautou. Tobacco lu some stctlus is practical ly ruined. Fifteen prisoners, convicted at theprisent t:rm of court, were s Lt tOjihe county io ids Saturday morning. George Hudson was the only white man in ttie crowd. He gets 6 mouths lor fighting. A Forsyth farmer was asked about the school election in his township last week. He replied that it was lost. Continuing he said : "I think we need better teachers more than we do extra taxes." A union Sunday school picnic was given Saturday at Red Bank, three miles this side of Germanton. The Sunday schools from F.ecks, Saiem chapel, Germanton and Providence were in attendance. The lecture and lawn party was given at Kernersville Friday night. It was a pieasicg success. Rev. A. 1). Thaler txhibited siereopticon views and made an interesting talk on mis sion work in Northern Australia. Mr. W. M. Lewis, who was re cently elected State Stcretary of the Y. M. C. A., has decided to accept if the executive committee of South Carolina will accept the plan fur a division of his time between the two States. Mr. R H Stoue and Miss Lula Lloyd have been elected to represent Grace Sunday School at the Wibsion District Conference which opens at Kernersyille on the 2tith inst. Miss Cora Earp and Adie Nicewonger are alternates. Rev. J. L Vipperman,- of this city, was ordained by a presbytery at the late session of the Pilot Mountain Baptist Association. Ho wiii enter Wake Forest next session t i prepare himself for his work lie promises to make a good preacher. Oscar Alexander, a colored brake man on the freight train between Winston and Wilkesboro, met with a painful accident at Siloaoi Thursday He was coupiiug cars whea he got his right arm caught between the bump ers. lt was badly mashed. Mrs Nancy Spias, mother of Mr, T. S Sprinkle, of Salem, ditdAugust 10, of typhoid fever, at her home near Tobaccoville, aged tiO years. Deceased was twice married, her first husband being Mr. Frank Sprinkle and her second Mr. Jonathan Speas. The revival meeting at Crews' school tnouse which was in prog ress last week conducted by Pastor Curtis, assisted by Rev J. A. B. Fry, closed Friday night. There were a number of professions, among them being Deputy Sheriff Masten. Dr. Kimbrough, who parsed through Winston Saturday with the stomach of D B. Boger, the man who dropped dead in Davie county, re turned home Sunday. He could not get the stomach analyzed at Raleigh just now so he carried it back home. Alderman Vance says they had a jolly .picnic at the last meeting of Fairview Council J. O. U. A. M. Two new members were initiated and ten weie given what they call ' the Oriental degree " The Walkertown delegation was there by a big major ity. Country melons are beginning to "glut" the market. Wagons line the streets these days. The price of melons range from 5 to 20 cents. Some farmers are learning how to raise large melons and often one sees as fine ones as come from the eastern part of the State. A solid carload of "Kite" tobacco left last Thursday over the South ern for Atlanta, Ga. It was shipped bv Brown & Williamson, one of Win sum's progressive tobacco firms, to Tidwell & Pope. The car was tastily decorated and is bound to attract at' tentioo all along the route. - , Mr. T. H. Kearns, of Salem, was sent. t,n the Asvlum at Mortranton last week. His mind has been affected for several days. His insanity, which it is hoped will only be temporary, is uairl t,n he over religion. He has been acting strangely since "Dick" Morse was here with bis gospel wagon. Supt. N M. Lawrence, with a lady assistant and a chapter of or phans, ten in number, came over from Mocksville Friday morning. They " stopped at Hotel Jones and re mained here until Monday, when they went to-Elkin and Wilkesboro and then to Greensboro, to give concerts. Register of Deeds Miller does not tlnk the 6chool - tax election will cvsr, the county over $50 The registrars only receive three cents a name for all new registrations and these were very light. Judges get notbiDg for their service. The cost is in notifying the rf glstrars and judges, 'atd printing tickets, etc. After 'Moonshiners. ,;. . ReVpnue Officer W. C Lewis and J. P. R.sseau am down from Wilkes Monday. They got off here well cnoipped for making a raid on moon shiners. When asked where they were going. Mr. Lewis replied that they did not know exactly all the places they would visit. He is , the officer that was shoo In Stokes two years ago bythe man Taylor, who was arrested at Oak Ridge church. Notice of Appeal. Information has been received by - Mr. Clement Manly, Commissioner, that a notice of appeal has been filed by the New York contingent of the A bondholders of the Cape Fear & Yad kin Valley Railway Co. This means an Indefinite delay of the sale. SUICIDE OR MURDER? STOMACH TAKEN TO RALEIGH FOR ANALYSIS. I. B. Boger, a Farmer, Who Lived Ten Miles from Mocksville, Drop ped Dead Supposed a Dose of Strychnine Killed Mini. Dr. Kimbrough, of Mocksville, pass ed through Winston Saturday en route fur Raleigh He carried the stomach of a white man named D. B. Boger to the latter city for analysis. Boger, who was a farmer and lived near Eaton's church, 10 miles Mockvil!e, fell, off his porch from dead about dark I hursnay evening The deceased was about 3. years old He attended the Masonic picnic Thursday and had bten liuuie oLly a short time befi.re he di-d. Dr Kimbrough informed the re p rt,er that a piece of paper was found in Roger's pocket, which showed that he had in)biherid"seof strychnine. It was purchased from a Mocksville druggist,. Domestic troubles is thought to have been the cause of the man's ra-h act Boger told his brother Thursday that he had as soou he at the bad place as to live like he wa Foul play, however, is suspected and an arrest may ftl low. Boger tried to hang himself a few tears ago He had the rope around his neck and was swinging when his fa' her came up and cut him down just in time to save his life.. At another time lie tried to choke himself to death. Besides a wife, Boger leaves three children and other relatives. THIS IS. GOOD NEWS. Grading to Begin on Mocksville Extension, October 1st -Stone Mountain Railway. Mr. G. W. Hinshaw informed The Skntin'kl, Tuesday that the work of grading on the extension of the Mocks ville road to Mooresville will begin at Mocksville about October 1st. The contracts tiave not been award ed yet and will not be until the bet terment survey of the road from Win ston to Mocksville is completed. Mr. Hinshaw, who is President of the Stone Mountain Railway Compa ny, met the penitentiary authorities in Raleigh Monday in regard to em ploying convicts to contract the pro- prosed road. I he contract for them has not been closed yet but it is un derstood that they can be secured. Mr. Hinshaw informed Supt. Smith that he thought he would want 100 men about the first of October and more later. DKATII OF M It. ADAM FISIIKIj. He Was Born at Friedbers:, This County, in 1818. From the Hope (Ind ) News-Jour nal it is learned that Mr. Adam Fishel, a North Carolinaian.died at the home of his son-in-law, John Gilliland, mar Hope, on the 9th inst., at the age of 79 years, 2 months and 14 days. j The Hope paper gives the following sketch ( f Mr. Fishers life: "Adam Fishel was born in Fried- berg, Forsyth county. N. C.May 25,h, 1818. He came to Indiana in 18."2, at the age of 1-1 years, accompanied by his sister, the late Mrs. Susan Romin- ger lu 1S40 he went on a visit to North Carolina, returning the same year. Lie crossed the Ohio river on Christmas day, 1840 lie was married to Eliza Rominger, at the family home northeast of Hope, on Septem her 29 .h, 1842, by the Rev. Herman Tietze. This union was a very happy and blessed one, and in 1892 Mr. and Mrs. Fishel celebrated their golden wedding Their wedlock was most happy and was blessed with the birth of two children Jonas Fishel and Mrs. John Gilliland. This iiappy un ion was broken by the death of Mrs. Eishel on January ISth, 1894. He had six grand-children, one of whom has departed this life, and one great grand child. GATHERING STATISTICS. Mr. Robertson, a North Carolinian, Now of the Department of Labor. Mr. T. M. Robertson, a former member of the legislature of this State from Randolph, now of Wash ington, whb in the city Saturday. Mr. Robertson holds a position in the Department of Labor and has been living in Washington nearly four years. He is here gathering statistics for a revision of those given a few years ago. The depart ment is making a com par ion of the tim and labor cost of everything manufactured by machinery and the old time way by hand. Most of his information is gathered from cotton factories and lumber mills. The improved machinery in tobacco factories does not count for much as yet. Mr. Robertson went to Elkin Monday. From there he goes to Durham, Raleigh and other towns in the Eastern part of the State. Damaged by Hail. The rain and storm which passed over this section Monday appears to taaye been much heavier in Guilford county. It was accompanied by hail and is thought to have done some damage to corn and tobacco, blowing down the former and cutting the leaves from the latter. Considerable wind accompanied both storms. The first one occurred at about 5, the other about 8 o'clock, when the light ning cut up "shinny" with the elec tric light wires on the up town circuit in Greensboro. The city was in dark ness for some time. Might Go to Klondyke. It has been suggested that all of Mr. Cleveland's ex-office holders in this section m'ght take a trip to Klondyke. The time for the trip could be arranged on or before the terms of theWinston and Salem post masters expire. If Editor Ellis,of the Republican, does not "land" before the boys start, be may be invited to go along to see the country. Some say he would like to be assistant to Win ston's next postmaster. Mr. Ellis is already an ex-office holder under Har rison. - Sent to the Asylum. Mrs H. B. Clemmoos, of Salem, went to Thomasville Saturday even ibg to "visit her sister, Mrs H. O. Thomas. The latter's husband, we regret to learn, was sent to the asylum at Morganton on Saturday. He sus tained a sun-stroke twe years ago and bis mind, it appears, has been affected ever since. He grew worse, it is said, after "Dick" Morse visited Thomas ville with his gospel wagon. - Free rills, Send your aflUresB to H. E. Bacslen fc Co Chicago, and got a free gamble box of Ir King's New Iafe Pills A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in acs iton and are particularly effective in thecura of Ubnstipation and Sick Headache. For Ma laria and layer troubles they have been proved ni valuable. :They are gu ranteed to be per fectly t ree from every deleterious substar ce and to be purely vegetable. They d not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Retilar size 25c per box. Sold by V. O, 1 mpaon, ImggiU SUNDAY SCHOOL MASS MEETING, j Bulletin of Information Issued by Reception Committee. The big mass meeting of all the Sunday Schools in Forsyth county, called for August 26ih, (Thursday of next week) will be entirely too un wieldy to handle, conviently, unless definite instructions are given those attending, and heeded on every band. Township Presidents will therefore please take particular notice of the following arrangements regarding the schools under their charge, and also of the request made with regard to marshals for the parade. All schools are asked to meet, at 9 o'clock a. m , at the following sta tions, according to their townships : 1. On Cherry street, North of 4th Rural Hall, Old Richmond and Old Town townships, and the West End Methodist, Christian and Broad street Baptist city schools. 2 On Cherry Street, South of 3rd South Fork. Viecna, Lewisville and Clemmonsville townships, and Calva ry Moravian, Lutheran. 1st and 2nd Presbyterian, Christ Church and Elm street Moravian city schools. 3 Oa Main street, South of 2nd Broad bay, Atbott's Creek and Ker nersville townships, and 1st Baptist, North WinstnrBaptist, Salem Bap tist, Home Moravian and East Salem Moravian city schools. 4. Oo Main street, North of 5th Middle Font, Salem Chapel, Belews Creek atid Bethania townsnips. and Centenary M. E , Burkhead M E , Grace M. E and Methodist Protestant titv schools Promptly at 10 o'clock, each divi sion will move, beadci by a band of music, to the courthouse square, and form along its four sides. When all have taken their places the march will again be taken up, under the di rection of the marshals, to Brown's waiehouse, where the mass meeting will be addressed by distinguished speakers attending the State Conven tion. The following request is urgently made of each township present, that he appoint at once two marshals from his township, to attend to the needs and direct the marching of the schools from their section. These marshals should be men of good judg ment and ability, in order that the best success may be attained. They should report to Major T. J. Brown, chairman of Reception Committee, at Brown's warehouse not later than 9 o'clock on the morning of the 2fith, in order that they may receive instruc tions and take their places. Eacb school is requested to briLg a banner, to be carried in the parade, and euch family should bring a baskft of dinner, to be partaken of after the mass meeting, in the Reservation, where all the schools, from city and country, will meet for a picnic dinner. Maj T J. Brown-, Chairman Reception Com. DID THEY WRECK THE TRAIN? True Bill Against Two Men Charged With Bostian Bridge Disaster. The grand jury at last week's term of Iredell court, returned a true bill for murder against J. A Hand and Bird Shepherd, who are charged with hav ing caused the wreck at B istian's hridge, near Stateeville, August 27, 1891 l'wenty-two persons were killed in that wreck and the bill of indict ment charges Hand and Shepherd with the murderof Hugh K Leinster, of Statesville, one of the victims of the wreck. Both are white men, and both are now serving terms in the penitentiary. Hand was sent to the penitentiary from Iredell in 1892 and Shepherd was sent up for manslaugh ter from Alexander county in the same year or soon thereafter. - me Landmai k says it hasn't learned when their terms expire, but whenever they are discharged from the penitentiary they will be brought to Iredell to be tried for the offense with which they are charged. TIRED OF L.IFK. A Winston Boy Rejected by His Girl, Drinks Laudanum. Mr. C. W. Baker, the 18-year-old son of Mr.Anderson Baktr.of this city, at tempted to commit suicide last Thurs day night. Young Baker has been attending school at Enocbville, Rowan county, and it was at that place be tried to end his life. A Salisbury paper gives the follow ing pirticulars of Baker's action: "For some time Mr. Baker has been cast down over unrequited affections. He was very deeply enamored of an Enocbville young lady, but his at tentions"weje rejected At last Mr. Baker resolved on suicide. So on Thursday he procured a bottle of laudanum and took it to his room. He drank about half the bottle before he was discovered, aou was dropping off to sleep when some companion ascer tained that be had consumed the poison. Antidotes were immediately brought into requisition and Baker was walked around the town. He was finally restored sufficiently to bis normal state to retire and spend the remainder of the night in sleep He expresses his intention of making another attempt to end his life. It is also stated that Baker will be expelled from school." Mrs Baker, mother of the young man referred to above, is in receipt of a letter from the Eoochville School. It was written Saturday but no men tion is made of the boy taking laudanum and she expresses the opin ion that the report is entirely false A Family Reunion. A recent issue of the Loulsville.Ky., Times contains this item: Mr. and Mrs. Curus Marsh, who have recently returned from Virginia to tbeir home at O'Bannon, are enjoying a happy re union with their family, which con sists of Mrs W.M. Bronaugh, of Pem broke, Ky.; Mrs. I. G. West, of Rich mond, Ya ; Mrs. May M. Foster, Capt. James H. Marsh, of Natchez, Miss.; Mr. Myron Marsh, of Blut field, W. Va., and Mr. Burrel H. Marsh, Win ston, Nr C. Two years ago the family met in Richtrond, Va., at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. I. G West. ' Opening of Salem Boys' School. -The Salem Boys' School opened at 9 o clock Monday with an. atttnd ance of about 50 The openiog prayer was offered by Bishop Kond thaler. Rev. J. F. McCuiston read the 19th Psalm. This was followed with an other prayer by Rev. A. D. Thse'er In behalf of the school board, short talks were made by Prof. Brower.Prof. Cash, Mrs. Stevenson, Rev. H. E, Rondtbaler and C. E. Crist. A ma jority of the members of the last year's graduating class attended the opening exercises this morning. A Great Lay Out. Winston played ball like babies at Martinsville Saturday. They couldn't hit a balloon or catch a gnat, much less a fly. Martinsville touched the boys un to the tune of 33 to 2 Houchins and Pegram pitched for Winston, Chick caught, and, If all re Durts are true, the rest of the boys were engaged in trotting to the well after water. - This is a sad commen tary on Winston's once great prowess on the ball Held. ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruis es, sores, ulcers salt rheum, fever, sores, tet- erchanDed hands, chilblains, corns, and all alrin ctrnnt.irinfL &nd nnsitivelv (mrm ni !.a 1 or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give I lai-iWt nat.isf action or money - refnnderi. i i'rice 25c per box. For sale by V O Tnomp- ion. .. j JJQg Jg $QP PARTY SUSPECTED BREAKING STORE WINDOWS. Consent Given Officers to Search tbeir House by Allen Temple and His. Wife Pair of Shoes Found. Suspicion Strengthened. During the past winter and spring, (and in fact only a few weeks ago) it will be remembered by the readers of The Sentinel. the windows of several stores were broken at night with rocks or brick bats and goods stolen. Met-srs. Kenny Rose, D D. Schbuler and A. Daye were the Winston mer chants that got caught. The store of Mr. R L. Hendrix, In Salem, was the last one broken into. Suspicion rested upon a Davidson county farmer namtd Allen Temple, whose home is near Arcadia He was seen in town, by the officers the same nights the windows were broken The officers waited until they could get some evidence before attempting to make an arrest. Policeman McGee.of Salem, and Mar et Clerk Benton, of Winston, went to Temple's bouse week before last with a warrant to search bis bouse, but tbey failed to find him at home Last haturday the same policeman. with C. W. Russell, went after him again They carried a Davidson dep uty tberiff with them. Temple was found at work in bis meadow I hey read the warrant to him i.nd told him the otii-ct. of their business to search bis huuse and to arrest him if they found any of the goods. I tie Davidson farmer appeared to be willing for the officers to search his bouse. He got in a buggy with the policeman and rode home Upon reaching there the warrant was read to Temple's wife. Like her husband, he raised no obi etions to the house being searched; in fact she told the tfleers that they could look all ovtr the hojse, if tiny wished. After searcaiug fi r a few minutts, a pair of tan shoes were found in the j tru behind the are place. 1 hey an- wered the description of the one's ) toien irotn Mr ti l iienancKS The i ulcers then informed Temple that they would have to bring hiiu to Winston. Tney gave him permissioa, however, to change clothes The of ficers kept watch around the doors to e that their nun did not get awav but Temple surprised them He ashed out the frontdoor in bis stock- irg ieet, ran against the deputy sher iff and came near knocking him down He went iuto a Held of corn neir the house and was soon t ut of sight. Mr. Russell attempted to get his pistol but the "old thing" caught in his hip pocket and the man was gone wneu he got ready to shoot. Ti male ran out of the corn into a piece of woods. He was followed ri some distance but be succeeded m making his escape. Mr. Russell sa hy ntver saw him any more after he nlered the corn As soon as the officers returned to Winston they sent a telegram to the herin of Davidson to arrest Ttuiple. t is thought that he will be caugnr, It is said that Temple's father is one of Davidson's deputv sheriff . Y. 31. C. A. II ALL CROWDED. Supt. Lawrence's Karnest Talk Sing ing by the Orphans. Su, t. Lawrence, of the Oxford Or phanage, made an earnest and pract i cal ta,k at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon. The hall was crawded, a number of ladies and children being present. The speaker read the sixt h chapter f Deutt ronomy and commcnteo thereon He said the lesson read was a direct revelation of God to the ccil- ren of Israi", and through them to rs. God's love is laid down as the first principle of service. Otjeoience to ijod is demanded. The speaker urged bis hearers to bold f.ioiily prayers. Your iLlluence io the heme is the most potent The little girl talks to her doll just like mama talks to her; he little boy talks to his dog just like papa talks to him. Your influ ence is either for good or evil. Noth iug can take the place of hcm work iu the training of children for God 'Watch your boy, said Mr Lawrence with emphasis. Oue of the great, troubles today. continued the speaker, is that, the men are turning the work of the chuicu over to the womeu That t he great majority of workers in the Sun day school and prayer meetings are women The men allow their busi ness to interfere with their religious duties After complimenting our Y. M. C, A., say iug it was a great boon to every town, Mr. Lawrence referred to the institution of which he is manager. He said that up to this time 1,022 children had been in the orphanage; that he did not think there is a boy or girl there now, that is old enough, but wh-t is a Christian. About bo or 0 were converted during the past year, x h gins nave a oaud and nolo religious service once a wees, iheir prajer meetings are held on bun day nights. The boys meet Friday night The Superintendent spoke of the $10,000 recently given theorphange by Ben Duke, saying be thought that niouey would do more good than the millions spent by Mr Vanderbilton bis private property. The children that go away from the orphaoage make good citizeos. He said that if they were not cared for and instructed they would fill our j iils and peniten tiaries. Not a single orphanage boy has ever worn the stripes of a couvicr. Mr. Ltwrence again urged the pa- reuts to win their children for Christ. Said be had rather win the children of the Asylum than to own millions He added that they did not, have shel ter for 500 children, uotwitstandiag there are 1,500 or 2,000 orpnans in the State asking for admission. He closed by urging the Winston-balem people to stand oy their Y. M C A. After Mr. Lawrence's entertaining talk the chapter of orphans sang sev eral selections to the delight of the appreciative audience. At tue suggestion oi air. j. i r. tg- ers, a collection, amounting to $iu. was taken Tor the class as a toKen or appreciation of their uju-Ic After seri jus illness Hood's Sarsaparilla has wonderful building np power. It puri ties the blood and restores perfect health. Hot Ready for the Argument. D. Schenck, Jr., of Greensboro.came up Monday to iargue tbe Aispaugn injunction case oerore juage iar buck, but Messrs. Eller and Holton, counsel for plaintiffs, were not ready for argument and Mr. tcnencK re turned borne on the 10:30 train. He and Mr. Manly represent tbe defend ant. - - . Mr. Schenck informed the reporter that the negro who is in Korsytb tall will be tried next week for attempting to assault a white girl in Greensboro several weeks ago. - The True Remedy. W. M. Rapine, editor Tiskilwa. 111.. Chief. says: "We won't keep house without Dr. Kiiig's New Discovery for Consumption, Couerhs and Colds. ' Experimented with many others, but- never goi the true remedy until we used Dr. King's New Discovery. No other remedy can take its place in our home, as in it we have a sore enre for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, etc" It is idle to experiment with other remedies. even if they are urged upon you as inst as good as Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not as good, because this remedy has a record of cures and besides is guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free at Dr. V. O. Thompson's drug store. . SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS. Proceedings ol County Convention. at Bethania, Saturday. There was a good attendance at the Forsyth County Sunday School Con vention, which convened at Bethania at 10:30 a m Saturday. 0ingto the absence of President S. A. Eoert, Dr. S. J. Montague was chosen to preside over the Convention. The prayer and praise service was conducted by Rev. E S. Crosland He also delivered a happy and earnest address of welcome. A fitting and pleasing response was made by the chairman, Dr. Montague. The roll call of townships showed that there were 11 represented. Mr. E J. Davis read a very encour aging report for the Executive Com mittee for the past, year. He also read a letter from President E A Ebert, who could not be present Under the topic of "Improved Methods." flve-minute talks were made as follow-: On Teachers' Meet ings, by Dr S. J. Montagu; on Home Department, by Mr. T. L. Riwlej; on Normal Class Work, by Rev H. E Rondtbaler; on Prayer Meetings and Young People's Societies, by Mr. Flav ut H Lash. 'Adoption of Improved Methods in Teaching," was discussed by Dr S. J. Montague, Luther Hine, Fla vius H. Lash. J. L Walker, E A Conrad, T. J Brown and T L Riw ley All referred to he coming State Convention Mr. E J. Divis an nounced wtn and where it would be h. Id. AFTERNOON SESSION. The devotional t xarcises ware a ducted by Rev. A. D Tbte'er. Prayer i was offered by Rev. Mr. Grabbs and ! Mr. F H Lash. Dr. C. .1 Wati.ins explained the purpose of the mass-meetiug of Sun ; day schools to be beld ua t be 2t h ; inst. in connection with the State i Convention. Rev. A D Ti ailer ex plained the program to be carried out by the schools on that day. It was announced that the mass-meeting was to be composed of all Sunday School scholars-, officers, teachers and friends in Forsyth county. Statistical reports were read from 12 townships. The reports of the Secretary and Treasurer were read and adr pted On motion of Mr E. J. Davis, tne Secre tary was instructed to have the sta tistical part of his report- published in t he county papers. His report reads as follows : In 18S0 Forsyth county had in oper ation 45 Sunday t-cbooli-; 41 reported to Association with a ntenioership of 2,634 cffiVers and teachers 588. Today e have 104 schools, with a member ship of 8,439; teachers and c fflcers 800 Grand total 9 289. He was also requeued to get the oti er schools to furnish him with re ports before the State Convention. Mr A L Newsom was appointed president of Rural Hall township vice F H. Lash, resigned. The Secretary was instructed to re vise the Constitution and report to next, Convention lt was decided that the President aod Secretary of the County Associa tion be exofticio Chaiiman and Secre i.ary of the Executive Committee. The officers elected areas follows: President, E A E')ert, of Salem; Vice Presidents Bethania township, J L Kapp: Lewisville. A Eugene Conrao; Vienna, E A Jonrad; Clemmonsville, C W Griffith; O d Town, Luther C Hine; Sahiu Coapel, J L Walker; Middle Fork, V M Siewers; Broadbay, R A Spaugh: South Fork. James But ner; Rural Hall, A L Newsom; O d Richmond, A R Hunter; KemersvMe, I C Roberts, Winston, Rev J F Mc Cuiston; Abbott's Creek, Daniel Hine; Belews Creek, none elected These are also the Township Presidents. By a rising ote the Association tendered its thanks to the Bithania P' ople for the use of the church and other courtesies extended. Tbe Sec retary was a so thanked for faithful service rendered After siuging "Blest be The Tip That B;ndV the Convention closed with the benediction by Rev. A D Thai er. ENDEAVOR RALLY. At the Moravian Home Church, at 8 O'clock, Tuesday Night. A rally of all the Christian Endeav or Societies of Winston-Salem was held ac the Moravian Home Church, in S!em. Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock, attracted a very large attendance. Bishop Roodthaler's address will include an account of bis recent visit to California and his attendance upon the great International Christian En deavor Convention. PROGRAMME Song Service frayer Kev. J. r . mc uis on. Scripture 2 lim. 2:1-15. Kev, Sonn. Welcome Address. Ry Prof. J, J. K. Pfohl. F. Bruner. Solo Miss Rondthaler. Address Bishop Rondthaler. Vote of Thanks to Him W. T. Spaugh. Anthem O. E. t'hoir. Address of Counsel for Coming Months Rev. A. D. Tbaeler. Miscellaneous Business. Announcements. Closing Song. Damaged by the Storm. Capt. R T. Stradman receivtd a telegraui Tuesday from his wife, who HV'S at, Germanton. stating tht one chimney was blown dowu ard bout. oue-ha'f "f the roof cf tluir s e ice was torn on oy tne nign s .4i,nu. INo tuiiher particulars we'e giver. The telegrmi r . q'lesteri tie f'aptain to ci me li-me He 1 -ft hue for (iermanton shortly arier ne n- ceiveo. the message. Stump Sales Tobacco Shipments. Monday f 4 188 48 Tuesday. . . . 4 972 1 Wednesday. 3.447 90 3 022 95 3 808 mi 4.27 50 Thursday... Friday Saturday... Total . 23,767 8G Tbe shipments of manufactured to bacco during tbe week aggregated 396,131 pounds. Camp Sleeting. Mu't's Chapel camp meeting opened Friday and will continue a week or mre. Susdiywa the"b'g"day Tfce 8:rni t!j- n srsi.atv was preacneu by Rev. Dr. Carraway, the Presiding Elder. During the week here will be preaching by quite a number of noted ministers, ine services are always interesting and mucn" good has been accomplished in the past. Been Away 44 Years. Mr. W. W. Cheshire, of Washirg- ton, D. C, passed through the city Saturday ot his return home from a visit to his native county Davie, tie spent the day in Greensboro and will leave for Washington tonight. Mr. Cheshire is about 70 years old. He left Davie county 44 years ago but has been back on a visit several times. . Afraid of Judge Starbuck. "I could have won 1100 on the fire men's races" remarked a colored iman last Friday morning When asked why he did not make the money, Sambo replied: "I was afraid of Judge Starbuck. He's a bad man on gamb lers." His Honor fined the same man $25 and cost a.few days ago for playing cards. . - - - lUtfifS WhrU All flKF fAltS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastea Good. Use In timft. fioid br drnsnrists. tw4m LOVE BROUGHT DEATH JILTED LOVER COMMITS SUI CIDE IN ASHE COUNTY. Shot Himself In the Presence of the Girl Who Changed Her Mind and Decided Not to Marry Him He Lived Two Days. From a private letter received here from Obid's, Ashe a county, it is learned that a young man named "Dock" Miller, near that place com mitted suicide recently by shooting himself with a pistol. A love aff iir wjs the cause of Mil ler's rash act. The letter say9 that the young man went, to see his girl on Sunday night, 8th iust. It appears that the couple were engaged to be married but the girl bad changed her mind and told Miller that she had de cided not to marry him The distressed young man replied: "If you do not I will shoot myself." "If you do you will go to the devil," said the girl. Miller contended that he would go to heaven, and in about, ten minutes be drew his pistol and fl-ed the fatal shot in tbe presence of the girl that had jilted him. He lived until the 10tb inst. SHOT TO DEATH. A White Man Named Ed. Ncwlin Moonshiners Thought to be the Guilty Parties. News reached here Tuesday morning that a white man named Ed. Newlin, who lived about 8 miles from Ferrum, Va , on Shooting Creek, near the Winston-Salem Br? of the :N & W. road, was arrest d yeseerday on the charge of breaking iuto a spring-house aud siealix.g niiik and butter. While in tbe custody of an ofti ter last night, a party of unkuown people ti ok Newlin from the ofti ;er and shot uim to death. Newl n is supposed to have been giving aid to revenue officers and it is believed that on this account he was kilbd. M jonsiiiners are t bought to be tbe ones who committed the crime. DEAD LETTERS. Jf Your Name is on the List Call on the Postmaster. The fo'lowing isalistof dead let ters remaining iu the pi st fftice at Winston. N C , Aug 14i.li, 1897: Miss Mary Ab'e, Miss Manerva J Allen, Miss Hat.tie Allen, R-v Win Baldwin, Harrison L B-iiiy, Miss Hat tie Bot eu'nauimer, Mrs Ida Brewer. 0 S Ballard. Miss Jane B.igar, Mrs Vlainda A Cooler, J BCulp. pper. Mrs Emma Ford, George Gilbert, P G Gordiri. Miss Liliio Green. Mrs Mary A Gravely, W G Gravely, Miss Fannie Mardgrave, Jno Hage, H R Hayes, J E Hade,Ca 1ms Hanstcr...! H Jenkins, A S Jones, Mrs Alice Kennedy, Mrs Hoi brook Kene, Mrs Martha L-issa-ter, H F Mayoerry. MrsCaro'ina Mar tin, Walter MeConnell, Mri L"u Out ler, Miss Ada Berry man, E D Fetree, Mrs Frank Poindexter, Miss Mamie Puderson. Mrs H Reid. Mrs Julia Rigers.it DS.hoohr. Sir.dy Shoaf. Miss E;n:n;i Warner, M L Wicker Mrs N orii Wiggins, Miss Maggie Wood, B R Russell W lieu calling for t he above letters pie tse say they were ad vert-is d E. H. Wilson, P M. SALEM. List of letters remaining unclaimed ii po-t fllce at Salem, N. C. at cl tse jf business Sat.urd iy, Aog 14th, 1597: J A Brown, C'-ira Kearney Djre, Mrs H E Dne, I) E Weavel. VVht-u calling for the above letters please ?ay tbey wi-re advert ised. R. W. Belo, P. M. BITTEN BY A MAD DOG. A Cow, One Man and a Little (iirl, at East Hend. Mr. Lee Sprinkle, a farmer living near East B.ud, Yadk n couuty, came here Monday iu seatch of a mad stone to apuly to a mad dog bite. He secured one from Mr. James Adams, who livis near tlx- S ilun bridge, and itadhertd nicely. Mr. Sprinkle was bitten !a-t Sa! unlay, on tlu left arm, just above the wrist. Hf spsnt last night at Mrs. L J. Riers n's board ing house.The dog that. bit. Mr Adams whs a bird nog and belonged to Wi'ey Poitidex'er A 1 tt.'e daughter of John Huff, ot EiSL BemJ, was also bit tt n on the arm and fare. The animal i ra.r bed tbe sleeve of a p iinber named Sousuiati. and wis in t Iih act of biting him, when Mr. HtHtliji and killed t.he canine A man stone w s app'i d t: the lit ilegirl's arm and it anhered for 2(i h u rs. The dog bit a ru in fore attacking i he two men aod lM.t.l" girl. ruOOdl'S Should be In every family medicine chest and every ILJP I I traveller's grip. They are III invaluable when the stomach " Is out ot order; cure headache, biliousness, and all liver troubles. Mild and eflicienU 2& cents. I want every man ar.-i won. an ia the T'nitod iaU-3 iutcrcs'tP'l m II ? Oi-ium ml Whmkv labita to have on? of ji:- ;.Mki on Ihee" d.e eases. Address 11. M. vvnolley, Atlanu. Cia liox tS3, aud one wul be eeut ;oa free PEACE Institute fiSTies' Excellent buildings and beautiful grounds in a Healthful L cation with splendid cli mate. Stands at, the very front in F&male Education. Thorough in i's Courses. High in i s f-tnndard. Unsurpassed in its high moral tone and in ics inleiieUU-il and social influences. Twenty-one officers and teachers. Very reasonable prices. Bend for catalogue. The State Normal And Industrial College, GREENSBORO, N. C, Offers the young women of the State thor ough professional, literary, classical, scien tific and industrial education. Annual ex penses $00 to $ 150. Fac ilty of 25 members. More than 400 regular students. Practice school of 126 pupils for teachers. More than 1200 marticulates representing every county in the State except three. Corres pondence invited from those desiring com petent trained teachers. To secure board iu dormitories all free tuition applications must be made before August 1st. For cata logue and information, address PRESIDENT CHAK.LES D McIVER. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VA. Courses f- r decrees, with Electives: high standard. Also Commercial and Prepiratory Courses Library 20,000 volumes. Working Laboratory. Good morals and discipline. Six cnurches no oar rooms, neaitniui moun tain climate. Vert modkbatc expenses: may be reduced below $150 for nine months (tees, Doara, ax.) toia year Degmsoepi. loin Catalogue f ree. Address Julius D.Dkrhkr. Presiden t prepared especially rr you, which ' we mail free. It treats of th SSUyorL.tbu 18 t 'nd rol nLOIIIlM'ft fi I 1T-G aw. . Frey's r Vermifuere has been successf ally used I One Ixittle by nail for M fK.S.FKEr,B,Utiinom.BJ. I NOTICE. 18 Tracts of Land for Sale, fit Dalton. Stok.es Co. N, C. By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court Of Stokes county, at Spring term, 1JG, in the case entitled K. I. Daltou and wife, U.A. Dalton and John Y. Phillijs, administrator of D. N. Dalton, deceased, apainst Rebecca J. Dalton, widow of D. N. Dalton, deceased, R. E. Daltou and others, as administrator)! D. N. Dalton, 1 will sell privately the fol lowing lands, to-wit: ist. iract lying on the Little Yadkin known as the home place subject to tha Widow's dower. COIltailliuir (io8 acres morn or less, and being the tract upon which the said D. N. Dallou resided at the time of his death. 2nd. Tract lying on the Little Yadkin, adjoining the above named tract, known as the Wesley Spaiuhower tract, containing 250 acres more or less. This tract is well improved, and has some very line bottom lanu on it. 3rd, Tract known as the Kitrer tract lvina- on the Little Yadkin, adjoining the Spain- uuncr iiaci.containing too acres moreorless 4th. Tract lying on the Little Yadkin, adjoining the above namwl 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 ana dresser, all run by good water power. 5th. Tract known as the S. P. Coe tract, adjoining the home tract containing about 30 acres. All of the above named lands lie on or near the Cape Fear te Yadkin Valley Kail way, near Dalton station, and are con venient to churches, schools, etc. bth. Tract lying on the Little Yadkin, known as the W.' S. King mill tract, con taining 242 acres more or less. This tract has oa it situated ka good corn and flouring mill. 7th. Tract known as the Bohaunon lands lying on North Double Creek, adjoining the lands of Josiah Wilkes and others, contain ing 100 acres more or less, being that por tion of the Bohannon tract occupied by Lee Dodd. r ' 8th. Tract lying on the waters of North Double Creek, adjoining the Bohannon tract and known as the l'inkney Wilkes tract, containing 50 acres more or less, and being the tract occupied by A. M. t ox. Oth. Tract lying on tbe waters of South Douole Creek, adjoining the lands of Thom as Sarles and otuera, known as the Gen try land, containing 152 acres, more or less, and being the laud occupied by John H.I'age. 10th. Tract lying on the waters of Little Yadkin, adjoining the W. S. King mill tract anu ueing me tract on winch C. 1). Lynch now lives, containing 210 acres more or less. 11th. Tract lying on the waters of Little Y'adkin, adjoining the above named Ban ner tract aud known as the D. N. Daltou entry, containing 50 acres more or less. 12th. Tract lying on the waters of Little Y'adkin, known as the Lucinda Grabs tract, containing 14 acres more or less. LJth. Tract being thirteen9forty-seconds of a tract of land lying near Stokesburg. on the waters of Bull liuii, known as the Bull Run tract, containing in all 3U0 acres moreor less. 14th. Tract known as the J. L. Gordy tract, adjoining the lands of William Lloyd and others, containing 100 acres more or less. 15th. Tract known as the R. H. Massey tract, lying on the waters of Town Fork, adjoining the lands of John W. Chambers, Joseph Willis and others, containing 140 acres more or less. lbth. Tract known as the John Banner 51 acre tract, adjoining the lands of William King. 17th. Tract known as the A. A Culler tract, adjoining the lands of Wright I'etree and others, containing .'iO acres more or less. 18th tract. 32 shares in Dalton Institute lot. Nearly all of the above named tracts of laud are well improved and well suited to the production ot com, wheat aud tobacco. Parties wishing to purchase are invited to examine said lauds before purchasing else where. Terms: One third cash, one third on a credit of six months, tbe remainder on a credit of twelve months Bond bearing interest with approved security for deferred payment will be required. This March Is 13'J7. JUIIN Y. PHILLIPS, Administrator, NOTICE. Sale of Land for Taxes. I will sell the following real estate for the taxes due on same for tne vears sjecilied, at the Court House door in Winston, N. C. on Monday, Hept. Gtti lWiT, at 2 o'clock p. m. Very respectfully, R. M. McAiiTiiru, Kx-SherilT. Winston, N. C, Aug. (ith 18i7. AHHOTT'S CKKEK. Shields Emory, ('!6) 70 acres Southfork Creek 2i0 5 !2 l.wisvii.i.i:. Bover, Jno., Sr., ("JO) 31 acrs Muddy Creek, 100 2 15 Longworth, S. E., lsiC),!! acres Muddy Creek, 50 2 50 IIUOADIIA v. King, A. S , Southside, King, A, S., 115, 12 acre ,500 27 Ii8 21 07 1 47 18'J;, 12 acres boutnside, oi.o TOWN. Clark, Reuben ('00), 1 lot, SOUTH FORK. Grogan, J. S. (".Hi), 5 acres Sal isbury Road, VIKNNA. Clayton, Geo. T., ("JO), 35 acres land, Clayton, Geo. T., ('05), 35 acres land, Conrad, John II. ('!)(!), 4 1 acres land, Conrad, John II. ('05). 1 1 acres land, TIIIRli WItl. William?, Andy. (':H'o, 1 lot 7th streef, ,500 50 1 00 11 3 11 14 250 2"i I 2 05 5 14 1 Ol 3 o l.i 81 GREAT REDUCTION On the orire of WALTHA.M and FLGIN Watches, suitable for farmers. Solid Nickel, Open Face Dust Froof case, fu ly gnaran teed, for 4.00, worth ii.00 all over town Cull and see ihis watch at lis liberty Street, Winston, C. BROWN, THE JEWELER, (Fine Repairing a Specialty.) Union Teachers' Association of America, KEV. L. D BASS, D. D., Manager. Pittsburif. Pa ; Toronto. Canada; New Or leans. Ea.: New York, N. Y ; Washington I) C ; ban Francisco. Jal ; Chicago, 111.; St Louis. Mo., and Denver. Colorado. There are thousand of positions to be filled In the next few months. Address all applications to Union Tea hers Agencies, baltsburg, jfa, North Carolina College of Agriculture and flechanlc Arts Will Open Sept. 9th. 1897. Thorough academic, scientific and techni cal courses, Experienced Special ists in every department. Expenses Per Session, Incxuwsg Board: For County Students ...... t 93.00 For All Other Students ... - 123.0) Apply for Catalogues to ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY.LL. D., President, Ksleihg, N. C. . Blight costs cotton planters more than five million dollars an nually. This is an enormous waste, and can be prejvented. Practical experiments at Ala bama Experiment Station show conclusively that the use of "Kainit" will prevent that dreaded plant disease. AH about Potash the remits of i: s nv by fl final -perimtm on tne lct f.uiii? in th-r United State--.! toli in a I. tile 1 o k vl icb .vt i:,Vi-h ln-tu i! gb.Hy uail free to any f.arncf ia .ii.:.-t. -h -;!! wtv.t fur it. w N.sv u Si New Yo. Weekly Market Report. c Winston N. C Ai-h. IOth. 1897. l$reaks continue small. Prices are prood for all sound tobacco. Prim ing? are corning in iu Muall quantU ties and bring -ry satisfatcry prices when thyy have any color. TOUACCO MARKET. a Lugs, common i 4 ".0 to 3 00 Good, 4 00 to 7 00 Fine bright lugs s 00 to 12 00 Medium. :i :0 to 5 CO Cutters, Co!i.,iii.n I2ooto lf 00 Fine, IS 00 to 22 0.- Common Leaf, :i oo to 4 00 Good li f0 t& 8 50 Fine, lo 00 to 14 J Extra ripe leafy U Hers, 12 00 to IS)). Common wrappers, 15 00 to 18 00 Medium,; 20 00 to 25 00 Good, 30 00 to 40 00 Fine, - 45 00 to 50 5u PRODUCE MARKET. BUYING THICKS. cabbage per hundred. 75 to 1 00 Honey, to 12 Sorghum by the barrel 20 to 23 Heeswax, 22 Tallow, 4 to 6 Dry hides, 3 to 5 New feathers, extra good, 35 to 40 Unwashed wool, good, 1 to 20 Washed wool, good. 24 to 27 Flax seed, 7 Chickens, price 8 to U Country meat, sides 7 to is Country hams, 10 to 11 Country shoulders 7 to 8 Eggs, per dozen i t,u 7 Pork, 4 to 5 Corn, 45 to 50 Clay Peas, t;o to 7u Colored lieans, co to 75 White Peas 75 to f5 " Beans, 75 to 1 00 SKLLlSO.I'UItfA Bulk meat, sides, 0 to i Hams, canvass sugar cured 12 to 15 Salt, large line 1 40 Salt, small tine 50 to 55 Salt, coarse 55 Coffees 12ito20 Sugars 4itoti Molasses, per gallon 25 to 40 Syrup 20 to 40 Slaughter Sale -OF Too many Bicycles. Too little room, iiicvcles must; 20 to make room for Guns and Ammunition. Bays, cet onto the pric- A $(J0 wheel, lit ted with M. & W. Tires, going now at $25.2 ". Great bcott, Boye! Get a hump on yourselves. They will go fast at price nam d. 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A 15 ELL COMPANY, Publishers and Proprietors, Baltimore. Md. Notice. Having duly qualified as admims'.rator of Fuel Fulton, deceased, all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby notihed to present them to me, duly proven as the law directs, within twelve months from tbe date of this notice, or the same will be plead in bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted to said deceased are requested to make payment of tbe same at once. This 1 1th lav of Jul v. 181)7. J. 1. WADDlLL, Administrator. Notice of Summons. North Carolina, In the Supe Foksvtii I'ucxty, f rior Court. J O White, executor of Susan Hsrtiunu, vs. J R Hartman, W HHartman, K L Hart man. Sarah I Young, J D Young, Koxie Hopkins, Catharine liarton, A A Barton, Catharine Blum, Laura ti Tuttle, J O Movies, Mary K Jones, Jane Weisner, Henry Weis ner, William Shore, Fannie Shore, Ida Shore, Simeon Wbite, J A White, W H White, Joseph White, Mary K Miller, Jere miah Miller aivi the heirs of William Hart- man. The defendants, W II Hartman, Mary E Miller and husband, Jeremiah Miller, and the heirs of William Hartman, names and residences unknown, above named, will take nonce that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Forsyth county, fo'the purpose of selling a lot in the city of Winston to create ussets to pay debts and chargesof administration and for I he settlement of the estate of Susan Hartman, as the will directs, and the said defendants will further tike notice that they are required to appear at the clerk's office of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, in Wins on, on tbe 2oth of Septem ber, 1897, and answer s deserves in this ac tion, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for i he relibt demauded in the complaint. This Uth day of August, 181J7. N.b. WILSON, C. S. C.