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CDKRKST liOCAlj KVKNT9 OK THK DAY BRIKFliY TOLD. Blts'of Fact and.Ooaslp Gathered by the Sentinel's Representatives Social and General News What Is Going on Here. Foryth has about 90 white and about 25 colored public schools. The Indications are that there will hp a larae crop of tobacco plmterl in the Piedni int section. About 75 Friends altendid the anrual n;ettirr in Grt-etisl-oro Tues day to arrar ge for tbe yearly meeting at H ijih Point. Tbe colored girl jreacher, who corducted a meeting in Winston last fall, will ttvin a meeting in Lexit g ton on the 17! h int. A carp eighicg 15 pounds amJ measuring 2 fet iu leirth was cauji)t out of Muddy creek, with a book, a few days ago The Juriiorsi here ar? ta:kiog about running an excursion to Greens biro on May 3d, the day of the big dag raising in that City. There are aln ady 141 case on the State docket for next term of court It is thought tint there will be 200 cases on the civil docket. It was learned on Friday that Vaughn & Co. have completed their contract of grading eigut tuiles for the Mork'sVille Mooresvillo roan. Mr. Magruder says it will tak? an other month for him and his partner to complete their contract on the Mocksville Mooresvilie road. Two Salem ladies celebrated thfir 50th anniversaries last, week Miss Pamelia Church on Tuesday aLd Mis-? Cynthia Thomas oniFriday. Tbeeditop-of t lie colored piper' says he is arraDkiicg to buy t pe and press so h can do his own printing He will tujpioy colored printers. Licenses have bt en issued for the marriage of John Mi Kinney to Min nie F;oyd, of Sah m; Eli S McLeofl, of High Point, to Marina M. Teagut, of Kernersviiie. Miss Nancy J;ioe Lewis, who died of paralysis iu E'.tu street. Salem, Thursday rglir.at the aae of 53 year, was buried iu Liberty graveyard Sat urday afternoon. Mr. J. S. Martin made an assign ment Tuesday to Mr L. M Swink. He owns several houses and lots in West Winston wh'ch he turned over for the benefit of his creditors. Sheriff Kapp has appointed Y W. Your g d( puiy, his duties being to look after violators of the law aroucd HluinTbwu and Kigertowo, in tie Northeastern part of Winston. The Salem Men's League has an attractive sign in tbe shape of a tur tie shell. On the back are gilt letters "Men's League " There is considerable speculation as to what tbe shell signi ties. The first brick of the new Iliptist church was laid April 6th, by the pastor, KzV- Dr. II. A Brown, who of fered an earnest prayer. Work is now In progress on the building and will be pushed. The fertil!zr factory buildirgs are cearing completion. The com pany is now putting in the machinery. This will be a biir enterprise as soon as it if completed and ready f r fuil c peration. Licenses have been issued for the marriage of Cicero G. Huuter, of Hos ier, to Ada J Doub, of Pfriffirowr; El win F. Perryman to Nellie Yoik, of Salem; Thomas H. Hicks to Bet tie Franklin, of Vienna. A young man named Crews, while playing bail at Eikin Monday, met with a painful accident by getting his left ankle broken. He pissed through the city that evening on his way to his home at Kernersviiie. About thirty colored men met in the . court room Monday rj'ght for the purpose of organizing a negro Be- T. . . v. I . .. ' . , a r . , . - ...... ... . , I ; .... r, - ui ;v au Liu.j. x I ici n lauiiLf; ii'i two hours or aiore the meeting ad journed without perfecting an organ ization.' Wanted Salesmen, both local and traveling to sell our lubricating oils and greases either as a special or side line. Salary or commission. Special inducements to hustlers Tbe Empire Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. TWENTY TO NOTHING. North Carolina Boys White-Wash the Johns Hopkins Kali Team. Twenty to nothing tells the story. A large crowd attended the ball gime at the South Side park Mon day afternoon and witnessed the North Carolina boys white-wash the Johns Hopkins team. The white and blue colors were sluggers from start to finish and the game was less interest ing on account of the weakness of the visitors frori Baltimore. Lawson and Graves formed tbe bat tery for the N C. University. The former did the pitching and he proved a winner from the start. He received a number of compliments on his fine work. He only allowed two or three of bis opponents to reach third base. McKee and Belden, of the University, touched the ball for a home run each The Johns Hopkins team put in two pitchers, Lapson and Goodwich, but both were batted bard. Wright was behind the bat. Sol Mason, of Durham, wa umpire, and C D Gruner, of the U. N O, scorer. The score by innings was as fol lows: 12345678 0. North Carolina-3 4 0 4 8 0 1 0 0-20 Johns Hopkins 0 00000000-0 MADE A HAPPY HIT. The University Dramatic Club, at the Armory, Monday Night. The University Dramatic Club made a happy hit in the presentation of Its f i rrn fr nr n rJ t A A r A naniaa " a play of three acts, at 'the Armory, Monday night. " The Club was greeted with a large and enthusiastic house, tbe receipts amounting to nearly $150. The presentation, arraogemeot. and management were all superb. Fvery Dart was well taken and the boys were heartily encored. Two members of the Club, Messrs. Pond and Follin, are Winston-Salem boys and they acquitted themselves admirably in the parts they took, as did Messrs. R. S Busbee, P S Cotton, W. G. Cox, 14. M. Kawls ana G L, Myers. Between tbe acts Girard Estes brought down tbe house by singing two songs, one selection bei ng a parody on the wreek of the Maine. The second, entitled"Notbing Else to Do," was composed by Girard and both were creditably rendered. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruis es, sores, n leers salt rheum, fever, sores, tet ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eraiitions, and positively cures piles or no pay rvxmired. It is guaranteed to irive Perfect satiaf actic n or money refunde '. price 25c per box, i-'or sa e by V O Tnomp- GLAD EASTER TIME. CELEBRATIONS AT CHURCHES SUNDAY. Appropriate Sermons, Beautiful Dec orations, Fine Music An Im mense Congregation at Early Morning Service in Salem. Appropriate Eister services were ru 11 at nearly all the churches Sun day. The Home Moravian church, as u-ual, was beautifully decorated with i'SiIais, caila and Easter lillies, etc. Bishop Uiiidthaier occupied the pul pit, arid preached one of his strongest sermoLs'. his trxt, being: "Jesus saKh unto I er, Mary I She turned herself ;ind sait h onto Ji i u", Rabhoni ! Which is to say Master."' The special points in tie discourse were that we will kr.";w each other in heaven and Jesus' special care over the weak. 'I he congregation was ais-j large at t he nigl't s rvice. A duet was credi tiiblv rendered bv Messrs. J K. Pfohl ! ;:'jd Haloot ADderson The musical feature of the service was e'ptcia ly appropriate and inter- esi i nf . The congregation was large, the ( hutch being crowded with home pea s') e and visitors. EAIILV MORNING SERVICE. The Kter service that always at tracts the greatest attention, both at home and abro-id, is the early wrrj iny service, begun at. or near toe Sa lem Ho rue church, followed by the immense procession, led by the Band, to i lie graveyard, where they are com pleted. the sun rising upon t he solemn arjT impressive aud beautiful scene. Notwithstanding the threatening weather, befor-; daybreak yesterday tin streams of humanity began to II iw towards the objective point, by street, cirs, by vehicles and on foot, and continued to t w until the ap pointed time and until the attend ance reached into thousands, the r umber present be'ng estimated at 2 ."U0 to 3 000. The music for the occasion was fur nisif d by the two church bands the roe-tea band and the boys' band. AT EriSCOPAt CHURCH. At. the Episcopal church, a large c.r.iiregation heard Rev. J. F. George pi'i'ch a beautiful sermon on "The Resurrection of the Tem poral Body of Christ." The fl ral decorations were profuse and attrac tive The musical program printed in Sat urdaj 's Sentinel was credita bly and pleasingly rendered. The pastors of the other churches occupu d their pulpits and their ser n ons were appropriate to the Easter festival. LUTHERAN CHURCH. R..jv. W. A. Lutz preached from this text: "And after these things I saw anot her angel come down from heav en, having great power; and the earth was lighted with his glory. "The church was tatily decorated and the music was excellent. The pastor reports tbe largist number of commun'cints dur icg Ins pastorate here. AT CENTENARY. "Jesus and the Resurrection" was the subject of Dr. Creasy's Easttr sermon. The church was decorated with palms. The music was a credi table feature of the service. The con gregaMon was large. At 3:.'J0 in the afternoon the Light Bearers gave a pleasing entertain ment, the pr.-'graiu consisting of ap propriate songs and recitations. SUNDAY AFTEKXOON. Hundreds of residents and visitors st.roiii-d through the cemeteries Sun day afternoon and viewed the pro file and beautiful iloral offerings tender tributes to the memory of the departed. This feature of Easter ob servance, so touching and so appro priate, is more universally practiced here than, perhaps, anywhere else a custom which does not add should not fade with the recurring years, teach ing, as it does, the glorious doctrine of the resurrection, the keystone of the arch of the Christian edifice. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainrield, IU., makes tbe statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a iii. .nth bv her family ihvsician. but grew worse. He told her she was a hope less victim or consumption ana that no medicine could cure ber. Her drncgist sussrested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she botiirht a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued its nse and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well; now does her own housework, md isas well as she ever was. Free tr;al bottles of this Great Discovery at V. O. Thompson's Drug Store. Lar.e bottles 50 cents and $1.00. THE LATEST. The Committees Have Practically Agreed Upon the Foraker Resolution. WASHINGTON, April 12. 4:30 p. m. The Senate Com mittee has practically agreed upon the Foraker resolution. The Cuban government is ad mitted and the Maine incident is inserted as a preface. The House Committee favors the same resolutions, practically. DEMONSTRATIONS IN SPAI N . Crowds Shouting "Long Live Span ish Cuba." Madrid, April 12 -Gen. Bourbon, formerly member of the Chamber of Deputies, has written the Minister of Colonies Moret, accusing him of uttering; insults upon the army and demanding the Minister's public with drawal of his remarks, a'.so demanding that certain newspapers withdraw their recent statements, which were offensive to the army. Telegrams from the provinces this morning indicate that the populace has been siezed by a patriotic fever and is indulging in demonstrations which the authorities find great diffi culty in restraining. Crowds are marching through Barcelona shout ing, "Long live Spain and tbe army !" "Long live Spanish Cuba !" .Gen darmes suppressed the crowd. Bianco telegraphed that armistice be pro mulgated in Cuba. The demonstra tions in most of the provincial towns of Spain are against calling an ar mistice. - Stole About $44. About 844 were stolen from the money drawer in Mr. J. D. King's cigar store Sunday. Mr. King thinks tbe money was taken between the hours, of. 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. He is also confident that the thief went in the basement from the rear of bis residence and came up through a door which opens into the room where tbe cigars are manufactured. The party got a number of 3 cent pieces. ' Spanish Movements. ' . TENEKrFFB, Canary Island, -April 11. The Spanish armed cruisers Cris tobal and Theresa passed South today. A battalion of Spanish .infantry and two batteries of mounted artillery have arrived. . THREATS OF POWERS. AROUSING CONGRESS TO IM MEDIATE ACTION. The Scheme Seems to be Coercion. The Capitol Besieged by Crowds. No Later Advices Received from Minister Woodford. Washington, Apr. 11. The threats that the Powers-will support Spain if tha United States persists in going to war is having the effect to arouse congress to immediate action. The scheme of the Powers, as revealed, is to Coerce Spain and the United St. tes to accept the scheme. Congress was for acting before the Powers inter fered and is now more determined than ever to act. A member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Reiatious announced this morning that he would Introduce and -peak on a resolution declaring war unless the President ad'oeres to the original plan of armed intervention. From an early hour this morning the Capitol was beseiged by crowd Women were in the majority. Tbe Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee held no regular session today. Chairman Davis opened his room early acd Senators Clarre, Morgan. Gray and Turpie, dropped in and discussed the situation No later advices of importance were received from Minister Wood ford today WARRES0LUT10N. Introduced by Butler, Who Says American People Will Not Ac cept President's Plan. Washington, April 11. Senator Butler introduced a resolution today recognizing the Cuban republic and demanding Spain's withdrawal of troops from Cuba and giving tbe Pres ident authority to enforce it. Senator Butler declared in a speech that the President's message means the Cubans shail cease tigbtitg Spain and that it will never be accepted by the American people Later The Butler resolution was referred and the Senate adjourned. Senator Stewart took the fl tor be fore adjournment and said interven tion without re a gnitioo of the insur gents looks like conquest. BLANCO'S PROCLAMATION. Ordering Cessation of Hostilities in Island of Cuba. Washington, April 11 The State Department received today Blanco's proclamation ordering cessation of hostilities in Cuba, which is as fol lows : "His Majesty's government, yield ing to the reiterated wish expressed by His Holiness, the Pope, has been pleased to desire the suspension of hostilities With our subjects while preparing for the restoration of peace in tbe IslaDd. In virtue whereof, I believe it convenient to order this article: From the day following re ceipt in each locality of the present proclamation, hostilities are ordered suspended in all territories of the Is land of Cuba. The details for the ex ecution of the above article will be the object of special instruction that will be communicated to the several commanders and all the Chiefs of Army corps for easy, prompt execu tion, affording the situation and cir cumstances of the case. Blanco." Itobded tbe Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him as follows, "I was in a nios. dreadful condition. My skin wes al most yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no ap petite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three phvsicians had given me up. fortunately a friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters,' and to my joy and surprise, the .irst bottle made a decided improvement. I ;ontinued their use for th ee weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and roobed the grave of another vic tim." No one should fail to try thm. Ouly 50 cents per bettle at V. O. Thomp son's Drug Store. CUT HIS THROAT. Heard That War Had Been Oeclared and Preferred to Take No Risk. He May Recover. A telephone message to The Senti nel, Monday night, rrom Walkertown says a man named Lump Sfzemore, living near that place, attempted to commit suicide Monday by cutting his throat with a knife. Our inform ant says Sizemore lost nearly a gallon of blood. While his condition is se rious, tbe attending physician thinks he will recover. Mr. Sizemore has a wife and two or three childien. The caurseof bis rash act is said to be that he beard are port that war had been declared be tween the Uuited States and Spain and rather than take the risk of going to the war preferred to take his own like. CUBAN LKADERS. Will Not Consent to a Cessation of Hostilities. New York, April 11. Cuban lead ers here and at Washington are unan imous in not consenting to tbe cessa tion of hostilities in any form what ever. Uubfcoming forwardness oftener proceeds from ignorance than im pudence. Greville. T! rji prepared especially for yon, which J we mail free. It treats of the , " u.nmtifl worms, etc that every child is liable to and for Whlcn mm mmm rrejs Verm if use has baen ftnwAMftiTi vim ?K-S. FKE, BalUawre, Mi. I A LOCAL Disease CATARRH A Climatic Affection. 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The President Says He' Has "Ex hausted Every Effort to Relieve Intolerable Condition of Affairs Which Is at Our Doors" He Is Prepared to Execute Every Obligation' Imposed On Him by the Constitution andthe Law Awaits Action of Con gress Proc lamation. Washington, April 11. Tbe Presi dent sent his message to Congress shortly after noon today. The main points of the message are as follows: Tbe President strongly opposes tbe recognition of belligerency as an ex pedient. He also opposes the recogni tion of the independence of Cuba at this time, but favors granting autono- my for such use as he may deem nec J essary to put an end to hostilities and stcure a stable government in Cuba. It also asks for an appropriation to be used for tbe relief of such people as are still in need. The message shows that Spain her self first suggested to this government the desirability of an armistice and signified in advance ber assent and asked tbe United States to use its good offices to secure a like assent from the insurgents. This was de nied. The Maine incident figures quite prominently in tbe message. The President argues that the wreck of our battleship in Havana harbor shows conclusively that Spain is not able to guarantee to us and other na tions that security to their vessel, which they have a right to demand. Tbe message asks Congress to au thorize and empower tbe President to take measures to secure a full and Qnal termination of hostilities between the government of Spain and the people of Cuba and to secure the es tablisbment of a staole government, capable of maintaining order and observing its international obliga tions, insuring tbe peace aod tran quility of its people and security of its citizens as well as our own, and to this end the use of United States forces as may be necessary for these pur poses. Tbe message shows that Spain, so far as possible, has disavowed conuec--tion with wrecking tbe Maine and has expressed the deepest regret and sor row that the appalling disaster should have occurred in a port within her jurisdiction. After recommending that the dis tribution of supplies be contiLued.the President closes: "The issue is now with Congress. It is a solemn responsibility. I have exhausted every efftrt to relieve tbe intolerable condition of affairs which is at our doors. I am prepared to exe cute eyery obligation imposed on me by the Constitution and the law and I await your action." SPAIN'S PROCLAMATION. The President acknowledges the re ceipt of information of a proclama tion for the cessation of hostilities on the part of Sp-iiD, and says: "If this measure attains a successful result, then our aspirations as a Christian, peace-loviutj people, will be reai'zd. If it fails it will be only another justi fication of our contemplated action." SUPPORT OF CONGRESS EXPECTED The only feature of the message which will encounter serious opposi tion in Congress is that giving discretionary power to the president in the use or forces. It is believed, however, that a majority of the Committees of the two Houses, to which the message was referred, will support the President's view. The opinion is gainiog ground in adminis tration circles that a more conserva tive sentiment will be developed than seemed possible a week ago. The expectation is that when put to the test the President's recommendations will receive the support of a majority of both Houses of Congress. A mem ber of the Cabinet said the only changes from the previous drafting of tbe message were a few additions. ARE YOU ' BANKRUPTiheaith, constitution undermined by ex travagance in eating, by disre garding the laws of nature, or physical capital all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. For sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, torpid liver, constipation, biliousness and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute cure. BICYCLES. Syracuse $100, 1897 Model, $33.75. Crawford, $50.00, 1898 Model, 29 00. f. M. ROBERTS, no micy outlined, THE COMMITTEES HAVE NOT REACHED CONCLUSION. Democrats Withdrew to Allow the Republicans to Get Together All for Armed Intervention, Some for Cuban Independence. Washington, April 12. The For eign Gelations Committees early this morning were considering action on the President's message There is considerable diversity of opinion as a result of the arrival of Gen. Lee too late to appear before the Committees today, unless an evening session is held. A DEAD LOCK. The Committees of the House and Senate on Foreign Relations seemed no nearer an agreement at noon than on yesterday. There is practically a dead-lock. DEMOCRATS WITHDRAW. The Democrats withdrew this mi.rn ing to allow tbe Republicans of the House Foreign Afftirs Committee to reach a proposition upon which they could unite at another session thi afternoon. There is some talk of a Republican ' caucus kto decide upon harmonious action. The Democrats will t-upport resolutions declaring for Independence and armed interveutit n COMPROMISE PROPOSITION. The Senate Committee on Foreign RelatloLs is hopeful of rrportiug to day, but the report may be delayed to hear Lee. Tbere is ie?'s-unanimity now than when they first met and decided to support the Foraker resolu lions. Many proposals are made coursing ail lines of possible interven tion. The indications favor the com promise proposition made prior to tbe receipt of the message Gray is th only Democratic Senator willicg to join the Republicans in eliminating the recognition of the Cuban Repub lie and if the Republicans can be lined up his vote will be decisive. If this compromise is accepted, the resolu tion will be short and sharp and a declaration for immediate interven tion The minority will rep rt favor ing recognition of Cuban indepen dence. LATER ASM ED INTERVENTION'. The Senate Committee of Foreign AEEiirs is deliberating regarding the degree of activity with which to in spire resolutions. Not a single mem ber is for any course short of iumie diate armed intervention. Tbe ma jority are now reported as awaiting Lee. 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