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3U it KKNT IjUCAIi KVKNTS OB" I II K DAY UK1KKL.Y TOM. Bits of K-t hu4 Ooaslp flatbered by The Sentinel's Representatives Social and General News What Is OoIiik on Here. Jai'.er Dee 'Davs was up before Justice hts-fOit Saturday fur striking Nathan Jonts, co'crt-rt with a stick last Christ mas. Opt. Bt ssent bas not aom uiiced Li d(cii'u jet. Auctioretr U. G. Matli.ck Friday so d the real Had personal pnp ny of the late L. N. liarper, near Louis ville, this cuuriiv Aiui'itf the larjie estate to d was 57.1 allotJS of whisky. E isitfn Kittelle, of tl.e U. S Navy, and a sou of Mr. K:ttelle, who was at one time piopiietor of the PI oj rix Hotel here, is a son-iD-law of Ct. Sigsbee, of the U. S. wLrh:p Maine. Mayor D M. R-ccr, of Yar'kin vUIp, while od his way to Winston, fell in the river at a r.ott lardiiv i.tar Cruicl.Huld. He got his feet and pantaioocs wet. hut he catue on to Winston just the same. The following mirridtr? licenses have hftn i-su d: (Jlta VV. Swaim, o Amanda Beesi n, Sjlfm: .las A. Brtwer in Mk"c L-e Boslh'. of tia 1 m: (Je: F. 1U-ck, of Bethrinia, to Fiisciila I Conrad, of P eff-.own v anted Salesmen, both local and traveling to sell our lubrication oils and greases, either as a special or side l'ne. Salary or commission Special inducements to hustlers. The Empire Oil Co , Cleveland, Oaio. Capt. Hawkir. brr utjtit d wri a part of six l ;st. Mordiy from Surrj and Y;.dUm cinjut irs 'I hey wer re turnit to tl eir Wrstern bcrafs from a visit to reUtiv, s. F.ve went to Marshnltow r, Icw a, and ( De to New Cast le, Ind. Friday marked th twenty-fifth anniv r.-ary of t lie marriage of Dr. and Mrs C. J. Wat kins, of SaU ni. While they did not, celehrate llnir silver weddiry. they were remembettd b several of their friends whn 6eDt in handsome and useful presents. A letttr from RaRiifh says Mr Alexander, private s cretary to Gover nor Russell, df dine to say whether he will be a candidate for solicitor of the Winston district.. A Raleinn paper quotes him as saying that his recent visit to Winston was for pleasure and nothing else. Register of Deeds Miller requests The Sentinel to state that he dls posed of his den killer two weeks ago to Chief (J. R.) Justice, with whom all complaints should hereafter be filed. If the vicious animal is run ning at large in the city the new owner is responsible for all damage done. WILKES BOND CASE. Judge Starbuck Continues Injunction Restraining Treasurer Call From Paying Money. Judge Starbuck decided Saturday to continue the injunction restraining Treasurer Call, of Wilkes, Trom paying any more money on the railroad bonds. This is a victory fur Wilkes county Tie case will now go to the Supreme Court for its decision Judge Starbuck announced his de cision at 1 o'clock today. He stated to a Sentinel, representative last evening that there was some d flerence between the Wilkes and the Stanly bond cases. The lawyers who appeared for Wilkes berore Judge Surbuck expressed themselves while here as feeling con fident that His Honor's decision would be for a continuation of the injunction When asked for a pre diction on the decision of the Supreme Court they declined to say. Good Property For Sale. Oa account of age and inability to give it the necessary attention, I have decided to offer my mill pro perty for sale. Consisting of rollers for flour, two pairs of corn stones for bread meal and chop; Saw mill with all the machinery, steam engine and boiler and twenty acres of land, in eluding all the water power and a good dwelling house for miller. The grist mill can be mn by either water or steam. Every thing in good run ning condition. Terms made easy for purchaser. If desired a tract of 100 or 125 acres adjoining the mill property can be purchased. For further particulars apply to A. E Conrad, Blakely, N. C. aLieft Several Thousand Dollars. The Sentinel a few days ago re ported the death of C. B Wade in Yadkin county, last week. It was learned Tuesday that he left several thousand dollars which be willed to Mrs. Leah Butner, Mrs. Beatrice Hauser and Galston Wade. Of this amount be gave $1,500 to Mrs. Butner and $500 to his father who resides in Virginia. He made his will only ten days before bis death. Annual Sermons by Dr. Greasy. Rev. Dr. Creasy, chaplain, will preach the annuil sermon at Cente nary church next Suaday to the For syth B'fl;meo. The Doctor ha9 accapte.l an invita tion to preach the Baccalaureate ser mon before the Senior Class of Greens boro Female College on May 2-lt.b, the occasion being the annual commence ment of this educational institution. Captured Two Stills. Revenue Officer Hunt made a suo cessful raid aMunday near Jubilee, Davidson county. One still belonged to a negro named Henry Hairston and the other to Obe Davis, who has a reputation for blockading. Three barrels of whiskey were found in the residence of H. Clay Grubbs. It is needless to say that the officer seized it. For a Stave Factory. G W. HiDshaw went up the Wilkes hnrnarnad Tnesdav with H. !B. Evans. formerly of Indiana, who is proepect log with a view to locating a stave factory at tbi3 point, provided be can secure a sufficient quantity of the timber desired. Mr. Evans is now a a resident of the Eastern part of the State. Lief t for Indiana. The following parties from Yadkin county left on Sunday for Henry county, Ind , to seek their fortunes: Winfleld Reece and family; C. L. Gay berg and family; Graham Reece, Will Reece, and' G. L. Hutcberson. Mon day a number left for tbe West from the upper part of this county and Vir ginia - .. - How to Uook Good. Owl looks are really more than Bkin deep dipea linzen tirely oat healthy condition nt nil tm vi al organs. If the liver be inac- mn hv a bilious look:if yourstomaco be disordered, voa have a dyspep.ee look: if mnr kidnevs be affected.you have a pinched look. Secure good health and yon will aure lv h nvA mod looks. "Electric Bitters" is a food Alterative and Tonic Acts directly on' thstomacn, liver ana xianeys. murines tha blood, cares Dimples, blotches and boils. : and crivea a eood complexion. Kverv boitle . eaaraoteed. Sold at V' O. Thompson's Prugbtore.' ou cents per pome. TO END JMN WAR. THE PRESIDENT HAS DECIDED TO INTERFERE. He Favors the Purchase of tbe Island by the Cubans War Will Be De clared If the Maine Was Sunk Through a Conspiracy. Washington, Feb. 19. It is re porttd on good authority that the President has decided to end the war in Cuba by interference, and rccom mecds that the Island be purchased by the Cubans, and also that there will be a declaration of war If the Maine was sunk as the result of a conspiracy. All depends upon the re sult of the investigation. SOUTHEBN FEDERAL BUILDING. Senator Pritchard Asks Congress to Appropriate $100,000. Senator Pritchard h&s introduced a bill for the erection of a United States prison at or near the city of Asheville, and appropriating $100,000 for that ; purp se. This is a move in the Inter- est of humanity, and one that should ! receive the support of the Christian members of both House". The records show that a large number of the j Southern convicts who are confined in j Northern prisms either die there or! return home after the expiration of ' their terms physical wrecks, and are I burdens on their friends or the public for the remainder of their lives. A ureal mj j irity of the Southern prisoners are "blockade runners," othrise "moonshiners," and they j're attacked ith consumption in tx treme Northern prison. The purp ise of Senator Pritchard's bill is to pro vide a prisoo whose climatic condi tions would be the same as that to which t he prisoners had been accus tomed all their lives. Instead of one which should be productive of such fatality. The Forsyth Jail. Editors of Sentinel. I stepped into the jail Friday, and to my surprise I saw white and blacks crowded together as I never saw hogs crowded. Let every man and woman in the county, white and black, call fur a separation in our jail. Grand Jury, please hear me and at this term of court separate the races somehow, for we all know it is a disgrace to force equality in prisoo. S A. Hausek Left a Large Kstate. Mr. John W. Carroll, the big tobac co manufacturer who died at Lynch burg. Va , recently, left a large es tate. The widow and W. S. Carroll, of Lynchburg, have qualified as ad ministrators, executing bona in the penalty of $1,000,000 with the Fidelity and Depos.t Company, of Baltimore, Md., sureties. No will was found, ana his property will be divided according to law, among his wife and nine chil dren. Sirs. Jones' 98th Birthday. Mrs. Polly Jones, grand-mother of ex-Chief of Police J M. Wilson, cele brated her 98th birthday at her home in Davie county on the 11th Inst. Among the relatives and friends who attended the celebration were Revs Green and Vestal, of Mocksville, Mr and Mrs J D Frost, of Bnonville, Mr and Mrs E H Pass, of Davie, and many others were present All en joyed the occasion immensely. Attempt to .Wreck a Train. An attempt was made to wreck the Asheboro train, two miles this side of Asheboro, Thursday night. The spikes were placed on the track and the front trucks were thrown off. It was evidently done by an expert, as the spikes were placed on the right side of the curve to throw the train from the track. Fortunately no one was hurt, as the train was not moving very fast. Miss Douthlt Worse. A letter received here from Mrs Doutbit, who is at Smith Grove, Davie county, reports her daughter Miss Laura, in bad health. Tbe lat ter has been a sufferer for some time with that fatal disease consumption. The mother and daughter left Win ston a few weeks ago Miss Laura, tbe letter states, realizes that she cannot live long and has expressed a willingness to die. Dr. McArthur's Condition Serious. Cant. R. B. Glenn returned Saturday afternoon from Hot Springs, Ark , where he went to take depositions in the Pepper insurance ca9e. Mr. Bux ton went on to Kansas City and ex pect to reach home Tuesday. Capt Glenn says that while at tbe Hot Springs they called on Dr. P. N. Mc- Artbur whose condition is still seri ous, ue is conaned to nis bed. Sale of Bank Stock. G E. Webb sold at 2:30 Saturday at the court bouse tbe following bank stock: Seventy three shares Wa chovia Bank, S154, bought bv N D Sullivan. Fifteen shares, People's Bank, sold for $104. Joe Jacobs pur chaser. Twenty shares, Loan & Trust Co., brought $115 50, bought by Wm. Detmer, of Salem, t he stock was sold by E. L. Hege, administrator of the late Geo Hege. Sudden Death in Greensboro. A. J.Brocknaan.one of the oldest and best citizens in Greensboro, dropped dead on Davis street near Phoeoix's store on Saturday. Mr. Brockman bad been in feeble health for some time. He is a father of Prof. Brock man, J L. Brockman, Frank Brock man ard two daughters, of Greens boro, and Prof. Ernest Brockman, of Columbia, S C. Sam Stewart's Denial. S. E. Stewart, the formor post master at Daisy, tbis county, rt quests The Sentinel, to state that a part of the report about him and Luther Grubbs going to tbe borne and assault ing old man James Grubbs, near Walkertown, several days before hia death, is entirely false. Tbey did go to Grubbs' bouse and Stewart says be did cot touch him. " An Electric Button. Peter Easley, Winston's colored letter carrier, has an electric collar button to light bis pathway during bis rounds on dark nights. He car ries a small battery in his pocket and tbe light is turntd on simply by press ing tbe button. Tbe other carriers are talking about buying buttons. Tbey would be useful for policemen on night duty. Consumption Positively Oared. Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chilhowie, Va , certifies that he had consumption, was given np to die, sought all medical treat ment money could procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief; spent many nights sitting up in a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cured by use of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to busi ness and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made as it has done so mcch for him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discovery is guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and Con sumption. It don't fail. Trial bottles free , at VtO. Thompson' - THE HARRISON TRIAL. FOR THE MURDER OF PAUL STOCKTON. Set for Thursday of This Week De fendant Arraigned this Afternoon. Opening Day of Forsyth Supe rior Court Davis Sworn In. The February term of Forsyth Su perior Court opened at 10 o'clock Mor -day morning, Judge Coble presiding. The coutroom was well filled but bet ter order prevailed than usual. Tbe grand jury was called and sworm as follows: W F Fansler, S G Atkins, Franklin, Woody, J L Whitman, J II Phillips.C W Temples, R J McCarrigan, T C Walker, A T Pfaff, I S Tate.C G Hun ter, I T Crumpier, J W Miller, DC Moir. Paul J Henning.W H Lineback, D F Kinney. W C Masencup. Tbe Judge gave a strong, able and exhaustive charge, making a splendid survey of the common law, the rights and wrongs of individuals, the differ ence between civil and criminal ac tions. He then reviewed thecrimnal law of North Carolina, laying special stress upon the crimes of murder and of selling cigarettes to minors. The Jude is a teacher of law and a num ber of lawyers commented upon bis full review of first and fourth books of B'ackstone. There are 245 cases on the criminal docket, the most tnorr.siar, ones being the trial of Mr. J W. Harrison for the murder of Paul Stockton, and of Will Turtle and B ih Penn for the robbery of Auctioneer L e Hopper. Ooeofthe first cases disposed of was t he case of Prof. John W. Portis for fornication and adultery. The Solicitor and Mr. E. B. Jones, defend ant's attorney, anm uoced tothecourt that they had agreed to submit to the Judge an agreement by which Prof. Portis should plead guilty and pay all costs, amounting to over a hundred dollars. This the court allowed. Dee Davis was sworn In that after noon as attorney-at-law, the oath be ing administered by Frank Baldwin. J. 11 Phillips is foreman of grand jury. Several gambling cases were dispos ed of. THE HAREION TRIAL,. Mr J. W. Harrison was arraigned at 4 o'clock that afternoon for the murder of Paul Stockton. The trial was set for 10 o'clock Tuesday of next week. Judge Coble ordered a special venire of 75 men from which to select a jury, the names to be drawn by a boy 10 years eld or youngtr. Master Phillip Kerner was selected to draw the names from the jury box Later in the afternoon Monday the State took a new turn and asked that Harrison be placed injiil. This raised quite a brei z, but the Judge did as the State requested. Im mediately counsel f r Harrism asked that the time of the trial be changed to Wednesday of this week. The State objected but the Judge finally made it Thursday of this week. washington's"birth day. Pleasing Rxerclses at the White Graded Schools. The graded schools were closed Tuesday in honor of Washington's birthday. Appropriate exercises were held in the chapel of the West End School on Mcnday afternoon. The program rendered was at follows: Song "America " : Acrostic Second Grade. Soldier Boys First Grade Exercise Boys Third Grade A. Flag Drill Girls Fourth Grade. Song "Ou. Flag." NORTH WINSTON SCHOOL. The program at tbe North Winston school was as follows: Sane by the school -"God save the State." "February Twenty-second" Third grade A. "George Washington Junior" Geo Godfrey. Flag Recitation -1st and 2i grades. Song "Birthday of Washington" 4th grade. Recitation by Julian Lewis. Patriotism 5th and 6th grades. Patriotic Exercise by 33 grade. Quotation by biys of 3d grade A. Recitation by Paul Ogburn. DEATH OF MRS. IIARRELL. Passed Away at the Home of her Sis ter, Mrs. Boner. Mrs. Alice Harrell died of pneu monia about 4 o'clock Sunday after noon at tbe residence of her sister, Mr9. Mary Boner, on North Liberty street. Deceased was about 50 years old. The remains were sent to Bethany, Davidson county, Tuesday for interment. Mrs. Boner, who 'has been seriously ill for several days with pneumonia, is thought to be slightly improved. Mrs. Harrell went to see ber sister after tbe latter was taken ill and in a few days was attacked with tbe same disease. Miss Ebert Entertains. Miss Ellen L. Ebert, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. A. Ebert, gave an exceedingly enjoyable party to some thirty-five of ber ycung friends at ber boce on Saturday nigbt. She was assisted in receiving her guests, who arrived about 8 p m , by Misses Annie Swan Payne and Amanda Lemly. One of tbe many pleasing features of tbe evening, wbicb was greatly en joyed, was "Progressive Peanuts" played at eight tables with two couples at each. Tbe first ladies' prize was won by Miss ArJdie Brown, and that of the gentleman by Fred I. Nissen. Tbe consolation prize was won by Frank Reid. Dainty refresh ments were served, and at 11:30 o'clock amid many pleasant expressions of an enjoyable evening spent the guests dispersed to their several homes. Stole an Unlucky Number. Two negroes, Henry Phillips, who lives near Belo's pond, and John Da vis, who resides in West Winston, were arrested on Monday on tbe charge of stealing thirteen chickens last Friday night From S. A. Hauser, near Marlenbad Springs. Phillips admits that they got the lowis, saying that be went in tbe coop and handed them out to Davis The latter says this is not true. Tbe defendants were given a bearing before Justice Bessent at 3 o'clock p. m. Monday. Phillips was bound over to the higher court in a bond of $50, while Harris was re leased. . Blackburn's Commission. Spencer Blackburn is happy. He came in from Ashe county Saturday evening and now has bis commission, making bim Assistant District At torney. Mr. Blackburn returned home Mon day. His commission is dated Februa ry 18th. Tbe salary of the Assistant District Attorney is $2,000 - per year. Tbe next Federal Court will be held at Greensboro in April. Takenlll While in the City. Henry Johnson, who resides seven miles west of Winston, on the Ciem monsvllle road, was taken seriously ill while in the city Friday. He was carried to O'Hanlon's drugstore where be was attended by a physician. He recovered sufficiently to be sent borne that night. Mr. Johnson is one of Forsyth's best citizens. WILL THERE BE WAR? THOSE IN AUTHORITY ARE SAYING NO The Facts, However, Look Different. Ammunition Is Being Forwarded. Artillerymen Are Being Added. Work at Navy Yard. Washington, Feb 21 Everybody in authority here says there will no war. These things are facts so far, however. Ammunition Is being for warded to the force at Sandy Hook and Wilders Point on the Sound; more artillerymen have been added;reserves are being transfered at nigbt; no visi tors are allowed nearany Atlantic sea coast fort; secret orders have been sent out by commander Merret of the Department of uhe East; an order has been issued to man dynamite batteries at Sandy Hook; they move before they nave been manned; work being pushed at the N tvy yard at Norfolk; Sunday no day of rer.t at the Columbia I.-oo Works, Baltimore; work has been re sumed on the fort in Baltimore Has bur. INVESTIGATION BEGUN. Havana, Feb 21 Tbe Court of Enquiry which arrived on tbe Man grave, began the investigation of the Maine disaster immediately. PLAN OF ATTACK DEVISED. Washington, Feb. 21 The Navy department has devised a plan cf at tack on the Spmish possessions, so that immediately after a declaration of war, a series of quick, sharp bom barflmeots miy be carried out. The Spanish forces are badly cr!ppled. A FALSE REPORT. Havana, Feb 21. There is no truth in the report thai another ex plosion occurred on the wrtck of the Maine, as might be inferred frt-m re ports sent out from Key West. SURVIVORS DOING WELL, Key West, Feb. 21. Survivors of the battlesuip Maine at the barracks of tbe Marine Hospital are doing well today. The torpedo boat Erieccson tailed this morning for Tortugas, with mail for the warships. Rear Admiral Sicard is negotiating with the Merritt Wrfcking Co. to tow leakingvessels North. excitement subsiding Washington, Feb. 21. The con fusion and excitement are subsiding hut tbe tuspeuse is increased Tbe President, will leave ear!y this after noon for Philadelphia to address tha students of the Pennsyvania Univer sity, tomorrow, Pennsylvaia day. He will return tomorrow. NAVY TUGS WITHDRAWN. New York, Feb. 21. The Navy tugs which have been patrolling the Viscaya withdrew this morning. ROBT. T.4 LINCOLN'S OPINION. Chicago, Feb. 21. Robt. T Lin coin, Secretary of War under Garfield and Arthur, says Spain will not be responsible for the Maine disaster, if fanatics blew up the Maine A RUSH TO JOIN THE NAVY Brooklyn, Feb. 21 The Nvy yard is il joded with a rusb of recruits to j tin the Navy. All nationalities are represented, but only Americans are accepted. Capt. Fuit Euatele of the V z-aya made a formal call upon Admiralty Bunca, at his office. Tne officers of tbe Vizcaya will dtc'.ioe a reception in their honor. APPROPRIATION TO RECOVER BODIES Washington, Feb. 21 The Senate promptly passed the bill appropriat ing two hundred thousand dollars to recover bodies from the Maine. Allen's resolution diricting the Naval Com mittee to make a thorough investiga tion of tbe Maine disaster was also passed. LEE WIRES FOR MORE DIVERS. Washington, Feb. 21 General Lee has wired for more divers to work on the wreck of the Maine. THE FORSYTH "RIFLEMEN. Medals Happily Presented by Capt. R. B. Glenn. -The competitive dril at the Armory of the Forsyth Riflemen Mouday night proved an interesting as well as au exciting event. Mr. E. L. Rawley was the winner in this contest and carried off the hand some prize a gold medal Service medals were presented as follows: Capt J C Bessent, 15 years; Lieut R W Bryan, 10 years; Private E L Raw ley, 10 years; Lieut J A Goodman, 5 years; Sergt J D Terry, 5 years; Cor poral W S Shepherd, 5 years; Private C A Watlington, 5 yeare; Musician W H Chick, 5 years; Musician J A Chick, 5 years. Sergt H T Valentine and Private W A Terry are each entitled to service medals, but both were out of the city last night. All of the medals were happily pre sented by Capt R B Glenn, a former Captain of the Rifllemen. Hisspetcb was appropriate to tbe occasion and well received as they always are. The target practice for aiiold medal took place Lear the Davis School at 2 o'clock p m. Tuesday. Joe Terry was the winner. His score was 18 out of possible 25 Ifurnedto Death. O'.a, the fourteen year old daughter of Charles Sunofskv, a prominent Ger man citizen, of Henderson vllle, was burned to death last Friday night She was removing rubbish from the garden and in collecting some leaves that were burotrg her clothing acci dentally came in contact with the flimes and before they could be ex tinguished bad burned ber so serious ly that death resulted a few hours afterwards. Tbe scream9 of the un fortunate girl were heard several blocks away and neighbors hastened to ber assistance but too late to avert fatal injuries New Hardware Store. A new hardware firm has been es tablished in the city to do a wholesale and retail business at 424 Trade street, Casper's old stand. Mr. Gil bert, formerly of Wilmington, and Mr. R. B. Crawford, of this pity, will be the owners of the new business wblteb will be conducted under the name of tbe Winston Hardware Com pany. Mr. Gilbert will be tbe mana ger of tbe new enterprise. Mr. Craw ford continues as formerly at tbe old stand of R. B. Crawford & Co. on Fourth street. Organized With 18 Members. Rev. L. L. Albright instituted a Junior Order Council at Kernersville Saturday nigbt with 18 members. He was assisted in tbe organization by George Blum, Will Knott, Robt Hitt and Kens Frazler, of tbis city. Some of tbe boys did not get back until 4 o'clock Sunday morning. The new Council already bas applications from a number of parties who wish to join. Some of the Winston Juniors will go down at n early date to give tbe boys tbe urietai degree. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cats, bruis es, sores, ulcers salt rhenm, fever, sores, tet ter. chaDDed hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giv nerfect satisfaction or monev refunded. Price 25c per box. For sale by V O Thcjmp- COURT PROCEEDINGS. NO FURTHER ACTION IN MUR DER CASE. Judge Coble Has Not Finished Read ing Evidence Trial to Begn Next Tuesday The Court Disposes of a Number of Minor Cases. Mr J. W. Harrison was commanded to jail by Judge Coble on Monday. His lawyers used every effort to get His Honor to allow the defendant to remain out on bond Mr. Harrison did not uMer a word of objection to the ruling of the court. Judge Coble stated just before court adjourned that he would review the eyldence as given at tbe preliminary trial t hat night and see if it would admit of the defendant being released on bail until the day of bis trial. He promised to announce his decision in the matter when court opened at 9:30 Tuesday morning. Seventy-five names were drawn from the jury box before court ad j turned Moi.d-jy, bv Master .Phillip Kerner. The Sheiiff and bis deputies will summons all of these parties to be present on the day of tbe trial. It is thought that there will be no trouble in securing 12 acceptable mea to sit on the case from this number It is probable that a few will becbosen from the regular jury. Judge Coble stated to sme of the lawyers for defendant Tuesday that he had not finished reading the evi dence, therefore he was not ready to I announce bis decisiou as to allowing the prisoner to give bond. The counsel on both side admit that tbe case will not be called for trial until next Tuesday. COURT PROCEEDINGS State vs Wiley Davis, Virgil Walser and Wallace Walls, gam iing; not guilty State vs Geo Walser, Wiley Davis and Babe Carson, gambling; not guilty. State vs Louis Taylor and John Ltfwis, assault; Taylor not guilty. State vs Jane Benton, retailing, con ttned State vs Samuel Black, failing to list poil tax; defendant plead guilt): judgment, suspended on payment of cost and tax. State vs Alex. Carter, failing to list poll tax; defendant plead guilty, judg ment suspended on payment ot cost and taxes. State vs Rufus W Browm, failing to list poll and property tax; judgment buspendtd ou payment of cost and tax. State vs John Adams, failing to list poll and property tax, judoient sus pended on payment of cost and taxes. State vs Richard Simpson. failing to list poil and property tax; judgment suspended an payment of cost and taxes. State vs R .bt Vern -c, failing to list poll and property tax. judgment suspended on payment of cost and tax. St'ite vs J W Mortran, gambling; fined $5 and csr, State vs N B Pierce. elliriir ciizir- ettes; j idgment BUpendid upon pay ment of c ists. State vs J W Johnson, carrying con cealed weapon, judgment suspended upon payment of cut. No less than fifty cases for failing to list poll and properly fur taxation were nol pros'sed. M. Huband was acquitted or the charge of selling cigarettes to minors. PASSED THROUGH FORSYTH. Gen. Stoiieman and 5,000 Men No Court Held. In the February nrmber of tl.e Wachovia Moravian Miss Adelaide Fries gives the following "Chipi from Historic Timber": As Stoneman marched into North Cirolina, the news of his coming pre ceded bim, striking terror to the hearts of the people whose defenders were far away. It was expected that he would reach Salem about the first of April, and scouts were posted all along the road to the Shallowford, that notice might be speedily given when he crossed, but, after an anxious waiting, news came that he had turned towards Virginia. A few days later however, as he marched South, the entire body passed through Forsyth. About 5 000 men, with General Stoneman in com mand, stopped for three hours in Betbania. the tiederal making his headquarters at the home of Mr. Elias Schanb It being Monday of Easter Week (April 10) the Bethania people were all in church when the word came that, an unexpectedly, tne Yankees were entering the upper end of the town, and when Rev. Jacob Siewers dismissed the conarenation tbe streets were already filled with soldiers, who broke open doors and rummaged through drawers, but did no serious damage beyond the usual takincr of horses. Of thes only one escaped, and that because Mr. Schaub appealed directly to lien stoneman for protection, wiucn was granted. After eating everything that cnuld be procured the party m-ived on to the Yadkin, crossing at the Shallow Ford. At Winston, tbe county seat, the Superior Court should have re n in session, but the Micu'e Docket uives uo record of cases tried, only the fol lowing statement, signed by John Blackburn, Clerk of the Court: "The second Monday after tn fourth Monday in March, A. D 1805 Being the 10th day of April. "Be it remembered that, thrtan.ive mentioned 10th day of April A. D 1865, is the regular lime of holding the Superior Court of Law of the County of Forsyth at the courthouse in Wioston. AndtnecierK and sner iff, T J. Wilson and D. Stat buck, also some jurors, witness suitors, etc , at tended, no Judge, solicitor or any otn r Attornies attended, considerable ex cite nitnt and many reports concern ing tbe arrival of the Federal army in town was In circulation during the day and after waiting patiently for the Judge to come until tne middle or tbe afternoon and information being received that the Yankee army was assuredly on its way not very far dis tant, the people began to aisperee rather unceremoniously not taking time to bid their friends adieu. I con sulted some of my friends about what I should do with records and papers in the Superior Court Clerk's office and on consultation concluded to re move the most valuable and moved some of my dockets and placed them in the care of Mrs. Emily Webb, wife of James Webb, and some wltb Mrs. Elizabeth Long Widow who lived in part of the large Brick building west of tbe courthouse known as Millers storehouse. One of the dockets I handed in much baste to my friend George H. Flynt and requested him to do tbe best be could to save it with my friend F. L. Gorrell, Esq. Some of the valuable papers I tumbled into a sack and left them with Mrs. Long at tbis time great Confusion prevailed it being certain tbe army was not far distant Capt. W. A. Albright Enroll ing officer bad a constderaole Confed erate Guard in tbe courthouse and they precipitately I locked up the of fice and started down tbe street to bear tbe news in Salem." ''1IBC NUiat All CISC tillR. fT Beat Cough Syrup. Tastes Good, urn in time. Hold bt aroenpsts. WWIBagflgl 7i GEN. MILES ORDER. ALL POSTS AND FORTS TO BE ON THE ALERT. Batteries, Magazines and Ammuni tion Being Preserved Divers at Work on the Maine Wreck. The Situation Unchanged. Washington, Fe. 22 General Miles today sent out his second gen eral order to the Depirtrueut repeat ing his former order that all posts and forts be on the alert, prepared for im mediate action. Various commanders have replied stating that instructions in reference to the preservation and care of batteries, magaz'nes and am munition will be fully carried out. DIVERS AT WORK ON THE WRECK. Havana, Feb. 22 Eusign Baumly is directing the work of the divers to day. Two of them are working at t he stern for property of the captiiu's cabin. Warrant Officer Morgan and au expert diver are workiug forward, where the explosion spent its force. INJURED DOING NICELY. v Key West, Feb. 22. The irjured men from tbe Maine, at the barracks ot the Marine Hospital, are doing nicely. ORDERED TO CUBA. Washington, Feb. 22 -It is re ported that six additional warships have been ordered to Cuba. TERROR ORDERED TO NEW YORK. Washington, Feb. 22. The double turrett monitor Terror, now at the Norfolk Navy yard, was ordered today by the Navy Department to proceed immediately to .New York harbor. The orders it c ude instructions that the ten-inch magazines which serve the high power Turret rifles should be fully tquipped. Further than this the order expressed expectation that the Terror shouid bj able to get under way within few hours. It is officially announced tht either the Montgomery or the Nashville be sent to take the place of tbe Maine. SITUATION UNCHANGED. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 22. Presi dent McKiuley received a dispatch this morning stying there was no change in the situation. GENERAL ORDER NO 12. Issued by the Duke of Summer field Railroad Commission Bond Repudiators, Etc. Prepared For The Sentinel. Castle of the Duke Office of the Far mer's Mutual and the Carolina Be nevolent Association. Whereas, my people are at sea and in trouble and whereas, all eyes are turrted to the "Duke" for teiief now, therefore. I, by the power invested in roe, by mvself. (to hereby issue my general order No 12: lsn. The Railroad Commission is hereby ordered to cease its foolishness 2nd. The counties of my great State are commanded to cease their mild talk about repudiation, and 1 recom mend to my sut'jects everywhere the kind of honesty we had during the days of Sir Isaac Newton aiid George Washington. 31. The "Arch repudiator" is here by commanded to cease imitating him who goeth forth like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour or his fees may be repudiated in every case 4th My judges are ordered to de cide according to our laws and not according to the commands of any "liMle tin god on wheels " Tbe rail roads are notified that the foolish per secution direct! d against them must stop. But for the present they must not issue passes except, to the Duke and the officers of the Farmers' Mu tuil and the Carolina Benevolent As sociation. These should be forwarded at once. , 5'h. Col. William Henderson is hereby summoned to appear at once to my cistle and explain why lie did not allow me to give him the Federal judgeship and at the same time de liver for my edification his celebrated lecture on A mericau Manhood. 0 h The Popuilst party having vacated its Free Silver camp and marched into the woods t ,-Tial Money." The remains of the Demo cratic party are hereby ordered to follow riouole qu'ck for they hive been ruiiijii.g after tne Populists aforesaid 'or uduy years. 7th. All my people are requested to j )ln the Farmers' Mutual and the Carolina Benevolent Association. Given under my hand and seal this 22od of Feb , Washington's birthday. bis Duke x of Summkufield. mark. "SOTO" WIIjSOX IIKItK. Geen to Washington to Liook After His Commission Case. The Hon. "Soto" Wilson, editor, Raidroad Commissioner, poet lau reate, etc., was adding to the breezes of our city Tuesday by the fan from his mammoth coat bkirts It is learned lie is on his return homo from Wash ington, stopping by to let down a new p itm or some red hot matter f"r his Hayseeder. The Railroad Commission case came up before the U. S. Supreme Court Monday. Amnion to dismiss was ubmitted hy J. C McRie, W. H. Day and A. C. Avery; and to affirm by It. O. Burton and Thns. N. Hill A motion of attachment for contempt And to restore plaintiffs in error to office was submitted by Mr. Burton nnd Mr. Hill, and opposed by Messrs McRae, Day and Avery. "Soto" thinks the Supreme Ccurt will band down its decision next Mon day. He feels confident that it will be In favor of the two Wilsous. Washington's Birthday In New York. New York, Feb 22 The incle ment weather didn't interfere today with the patriotic observance of Washington's birthday. Flags were raised and parade held as usual. Heavy Snow Storm In England. London, Feb. 22. A heavy snow storm in Southwest Eogland Is block ing traffic and doing much damage. If a vessel is a boat a blood vessel must be a life boat. Whispers and runaway teams make the break-up. A basket kept on a swinging shelf is the proper receptacle for eggs. Dried fruits are beet kept in bags and hung upon a dry wall, but they may also be well preserved, if proper ly dried, in boxes. Apples and - oranges keep long at by being wrapped separately in tissue paper and spread out so as not to tonch each other in a cool, dry place. Cold cooked vegetables and the like must be covered if not kept In a wired cupboard. NO CURE NO PAY. 1 hat Is the way all drngglts seU GROVE'S TASTELESS CHIL.L TONIC for Chill and Fever and all forms of Malaria. It Is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. Children love It- Adults prefer it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, too. " Rust," the dread of the cotton grower, can be prevented. Trials at Experiment Stations and the experience of leading growers prove positively that ?. Kainit is the only remedy. We will be glad to send, free of charge, interesting and useful pamphlets which treat of the matter in detail. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. 1 BEAD LKTTKKS. If Your Name Is on the 1.1st, Call on the Postmaster. The following is a list of dead let ters remaining in the post office at iusion, i. tea. latu, lms: Miss Laura Alexander, Messrs Ar net t Averhy & Co, Charles P Beck, J no J Blum, Messrs M E Carter & Co, Will Daltoo, Frank Dton, S CDayis, Sid ney Eckels, Mrs E C Ferrebee, Miss JineGoidner, Miss Mary JC Glen, Miss Marry Hastber, Leonard Hanes, William H Hudkrins, Miss Roxie Jack son, W C Sohnson, Master Claud D Johnson, Miss Lillie Joyes, J J Ken ler, Gladys Kingston, Miss Mngget King, Miss Mary Lindsey, J R Ni- louge, nas Li l-aimer, &a penn. Miss Harriet Pittie, Mrs Nancy Pilcher. II W Porter, Mr J C Rhyne. Miss Han nah Rise, S B Simpson, Miss Theme Smith, Levi Thnnia. James Walker, Miss Alice Walker, Mrs Amand Wil liamson. When calling for thf ahnvp lottom please say thev were advertised. P. H. Lybkook, P. M. SALEM. List of letters remaining unclaimed in postoffice at Salem, N. C. at cl ise of business Saturday, Feb. 19th, 1S9S: Mrs John Boggrly, J W W Combs, R H Evens, M Erwin Miss Estella Farrow, John Harman, Calvin Hege, Berlie Hendrix, Rev B S Jackson, Miss Nannie Johnson, Jayson Spencer, Mrs Maud R Whicker, Sarah Wil liams, Ed Wright. Parties calling for these letters will please say they were advertised. W. P Okmshy, P. M. TIIK FKillT ON KW ART. His Continuation for Third Time oes Over. A .special from Washington quotes Senator Butler hs, 8ayiuK: "1 shall liui n.1 iiij jmwtr in UHieHL me nomination of Judg II. G. Ewart, and alter I preHent all the facts and evidence in the cat?, I feel certain the Judiciary committee will make an unfavorable report on the nomina tion. I am opposed to Jui1j;h Ewart'a continual ion on th ground that he is totally unrtt for the high office to which Iih bus been appointed. He is in no Hence qualified to dirt charge the duties imposed upon him; he has not a judicial temperament, uor has he the experience required, nor ripe judgment, which is a requi site of the office. I may have some interesting data to present to the Judiciary committee thi week, which will caune some of .Judge Ewart's friends to think a little." This is the third time that Ju lge E wart's nomination has gone over. PimpU'S, blotch, blat khradri, red, rouh, o!lyt mot iy nl.in, ilt liini;. scaly Pcalp, dry, thin, and failing hair, and bahy blcmir-hcH prevented by CCTieriiA Foat, the moat effective kin purify ing and beautifying t";ip in the world. arPfcell aa purest and sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery. Issotd thrruffhontthe wnrM. Potter T. AffnC. Cohp., tole front,., Uotun. at-4 'I low hi iituutify the Skin, "free BLOOD HUMORS VrtnnnT)tly Cured bv tlllllKA KLMLUItii. Last Call for Taxes. I will meet the citizens of Forsyth County at thfl following tiinen and places for the purpose of collecting the remainder of the taxes dje for ls!7: Salem, Mayor's ollicp. Tuesday, Feb. H, lSilS; South Fork, Hen Hampton's, Wednes day, Feb. tt, 1HHH; ( 'lemmon'sville. tS! rape's Store, Thursday, Feb. HI, lslis; I.ewisviile, Wright's Store. Friday, Feb 11, Isn.s; Vi enna, Mickle's Store. S'atnrday. Feb. 12, ISHS; Old Richmond, Heed's Store. Monday, Feb. 14, 118; Bethania, O. .1. Ihtnaii it t'o.'s Store, Tuesdiy, Feb. 1.1, 1HS; Kural Had, J. F. Miller it o.'s Store, Wednesday, l'ev. li, 1H98; Old Town, VV W. I,' venirood's Stoe, Thursday, Feb. 17, lS't.S; Middle Fork. Westmoreland's Store. Friday, Feb. IS, ls'.ix; Salem Chapel, 1 tennis' Store, Saturday, Feb. !, lS'.W; itroadbay, Conrad .t Voter's Store, Monday, March 7, 18'IS; Abbott's Creek, Beeson s Store, Tuesday, March 8, 1!JS; Kernersville, j F. Divis' Storp, Wednesday, March it, 1H!IS; lielews Creek, I. A. KobeVson's Sore, Thursday. March In, lielews Creek. C. Marshall's Store, Friday. March 11, ls'.t. The Tax I'aers will please take notice that these taxes must be paid, and it is my duty to collect them. The 15th of March is Ihe limit prescribed bv law. and all taxes not paid by that time, I shall proceed to col let at once, as the law directs. I hope the people will appreciate my posi tion, meet me promptly, ..y un, and nave cost. K. T. KAl'P, Sheriff. Winston, N. C, Jan. '8th. 11. Pi M P;alf ratteira j HO LI DAV, otoves, jvnivea, Jktc BROWN, ROGERS & GO EnMly cnrrlert Vor sale In Wuaa too. N. C MAU IMUU. IMUiki jMfcUAk. Weekly Kaiket Kepcrt. Winston, N. C. Feb. 24tb, 1898. TOBACCO MARKET- Breaks continue fairly large and prices are very satisfactory. We note no change in prices from last week. Lugs, roirjmon l.'J 00 to 4 CO Good, 5 00 to 1 00 Medium, 0 00 to 8 00 Fine bright lugs 10 00 to 12 CO Cutters.Common 12 00 to It, 00 Fine, 18 00 to 20 00 Common Leaf, 4 00 to 6 00 Good 7 00 tc 10 00 Fine, 1200 to 14 00 Extra ripe leafy fillers, 12 00 to 18 00 Common wrappers, 15 00 to 18 00 Medium, 20 00 to 25 00 Good, 30 00 to 40 0C Fine, 45 00 to 00 00 PRODUCE MARKET. BUYING PIIICES Cabbage per hundred. 75 to 85 Money, 8 to 12 Sorghum by the barrel 20 to 23 Beeswax, 22 Tallow, 4 to 5 Dry hides, 3 to 5 New feathers, extra good, 35 to 40 Unwashed wool, good, 10 to 20 Washed wool, good, 24 to 27 Flax seed, 75 Chickens, price 10 to 15 Country meat, sides 7 to 8 Country hams, 10 to 11 Country shoulders 7 to 8 Egtfs, per dozen 10 to 13 4 to 5 Cora, 45 to 50 Clay Peas, 50 to (50 Colored Beans, 70 to 75 White Peas 00 to 05 " Beans, 75 to 1 00 SELLING PRICES. C a Bulk meat, sides. hi to7i Hams, canvass sqgar cured 12 to 15 Salt, large fine i 40 Salt, small tine 50 to 56 Salt, coarse 60 Coffees 12 to 25 Sugars 4i to 6 Molasses, per gallon 25 to 40 yrup 20 to 40 '1 f-rrtUr- E&v Ms? ta h f 'i 'trjDeeuliur ills. Tlio p A Vi IiM remedy for nre s nl ijci't to babies Ills espctristlly ) worms and KlomucU disorders is Frey's Vermifuge J has cured children for fi) ve:irs. Send for 1 1 lus. hook about the ills and liie rt'llludv. Ilnf IHnttlt. mni!M for 25 cntf. 1.. A S. I Ul V, r.altiniurr, Mil. XT . -v INCWS and OplIHOIlS OF National Importance. The Sun Alone Contains Both. Eaily, hy mall, $5 a year Daily & Sunday by mail S a year The Sunday Sun Is the Greatest SundayNews paper in the world. Price 5c. a Copy. By mail $2 a year Address THE SUN. New York. '-i.i w u iiy u ' and iayS catalogue of J j NEW SEEDS "mi IMPLEMENTS t S Every farmer and ganlcncr f J needs one. .;irer and more f complete than ever. Send name W and address. Mailed Free. 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