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ESTABLISHED 1856 JHEPE0PLF5 PPESS: 1 (FOUNDED 1827.) J. B. WniTAKER, Jr., Iditor anja Manager, OTICE. hich your subscription is paiu. are aesireu. irum miwv SENTINEL SUBSCRIBERS. r. L.. L. Thomas, Is now on me War rath for the sentinel, prepareu to exshange receipts for cash for past due and new subscriptions and we ru.cr.oav frr him a rushintr business. The subscription price of the senti kel is very low and the paper trust ta m,nnrr na nav more for paper, the fact is we must get our subscription list closer to a cash basis. The farmer cannot afford to sell his products of long credit. The paper is our product and we cannot afford to sell it on long time. So we urge prompt settlement of amounts now due. The County and Congressional in surgents are now busy sawing wood. They will, doubtless, be heard from again a little later. It is very evident that both Cuba and Torto Rico will have to undergo much sanitation before they figure conspicuously in the list of summer resorts. According to reports, Butler has a way of adapting himself to circum stancesthat he was against fusion when among the middle-of-the-roaders in Texas and a great fusion ist when among the fusion element in Colorado. Ceeveka will soon leave us, arrangements having been made for the release of the Spanish prisoners. We hope the old man will be treated tinriltrViv his own government and people. The American people will always think kindly of him, because of his just treatment of tionson auu his men. By reference to official call pub lished in this week's Sentinel, it will be seen that the Forsyth Democratic Cnimtv Convention for the nomina tion of candidates for legislative and i county offices will be held in Winston, J Saturday, Sept. 2n. .every wu.te man who favors good government, . .. : ni;clltr In- and white supremacy ib vited to attend and participate. "Don't go. Tommy, don't go is ho arm cr the revenuers sang to Tom Settle, Saturday, in the Republican Congressional Convention Fifth District. But, take cO1 Tnm Snencer Adams won't either, after having the trouble and expense of a campaign, which the revenuers have saved you, by knock ing you down and setting Adams up. Sunday's News and Observer was eagerly sought after on account of the deBire of the public to read the speech that Judge Clark would have delivered at the so-called Kilgo trial if he had been permitted to do so without a promise that it should not be printed. The speech will tend to strengthen the popular verdict that the trial was a colossal farce from beginning to end. Let us have a creditable display of our manufacturing, mercantile and agricultural resources at our Tobac co Fair. Some spaces in general ex hibition hall are still for rent. Let every one be taken and used to show the thousands of visitors the ad vantages we possess. The industrial department was exceedingly credita ble last year, but can be made much larger and more creditable this year. Let's so make it. Hand in your subscription to the Shipp Monument Fund. Prompt ness in such matters is greatly to be desired and is most commendable. We do not doubt that Winston-Salem will do her part in this labor of appreciation, but we would avoid the delay that so often attaches to a cause of this character, nence, we urge promptness in the responses to this opportunity to pay tribute to the memory of this gallant son of North Carolina. It is very evident that the recent urn in the matter ot the North Caro lina volunteers is a political trick. The order to muster out the Second regiment has been countermanded and an order issned that the First regiment be mustered out and the Second and the Third (negro) regi ment be retained. Certainly, theee orders are not based upon the fitness of things, since the First regiment is superior to the other two in drill and equipment, etc., and has won a place in the front ranks of the volunteer army of the United States. Mani festly, there is a purpose here to do the First regiment a rank injustice in order that partiality for Russell's favorites may be shown. Anent the Methodist Publishing House matter, tne Nashville Chris tian Advocate has the following which has the right sound about it : " We are asked by many friends to say say something more about the Publishing House Claim. ' But there are reasons why we should for the present remain silent. The bishops are honorable men,' and will redeem pyerv pledge that they have made. Dr. Barbee is responsible to his Con ference lor his conduct, and will make an answer to that body at. its session in October. The whole affair will be settled in away just to all the parties concerned, and honorable to the church. We make this statement in assurance that it will be V- ' " the result, TO ENCOURAGE FRAUD. Recently a stafl correspondent Of the Atlanta Constitution vieitea Raleigh and shortly thereafter several columns of that paper were devoted to the political situation in this State, under the captions of "White Supremacy the Issue In North Carolina's Campaign," "Hon est Government and Protection of the Family is the Battle Cry in the Fierce Struggle," etc. In connection with the article were Dictnree of Hon. F. M. Simmons, "Democratic Chairman, who is lead ing the fight for decent government in North Carolina," and of Governor Daniel L. Russell, "the most bitterly hated man in North Carolina, whose impeachment is threatened by his own party." Referring to the present infamous olwt.inn law. under the sub-head of "T.owa tn Encouraere Fraud," tfcis correspondent says : "Trior fa no other state which offers such brilliant possibilities lor fraudulent voting as are louna in North ttornlina. In the hrst place, either the registration or the election law might just as well be entitled An act to mane irauauienr, voiiur easy and simple." Kemember tnat tnere are iau.wu . I A. 1 negroes ot voting age m iubbwh and then whistle a bar from the classic air, 'AH Coons Look Alike to to Me.' How in the world is an elec tion judge or manager to tell wheth er one negoe voteu uuuw umi a dozen different names? With Vir ginia on one side and South Carolina on the other, importation and colonization could easily he made to add 10.000 voters in the counties along the state lines. Colonization is carried on extensively, I am in formed, by such gentlemen aa ex- Governor Jarvis. Chairman . fit. Simmons, Secretary John W.Thomp son, of the State Democratic Ji.xecn t.iwn cnmmlttcp: Captain Ashe, of this city; Hon. Theo Davidson, oi Ashevllle. formerly attorney eeneral, and many other reputable gentle men." The article contained much more along this line, but the above will serve to show how iniquitous the election law foisted upon the honest voters by the fusionists appears to those outside the State. And yet we hear the Republican leaders assum ing that their party is the great champion of the purity of the ballot box, a free count, a fair vote, which is all rot and demagogues' appeals to prejudice, since these very trick- sters are responsible for the most unj-uat deiou iaw that ever found jt8 way to the statute books of any gtatft Ifc qq every voter wuo oves hijJ state an(j wno wants good gov- ernment to do all within his power to elect men to the Legislature to wipe out this iniquity, which is a standing menace to the rights of the majority and threatens a continu ance of incompetent and corrupt ad ministration of our affairs. , THE TOBACCO FAIR. The catalogue of the Piedmont Tobacco Fair, to be held at Winston, Nov. 2d. 3d and 4th. is out and is being circulated. The pamphlet con tains a history of the Fair and many points of interest pertaining to the Twin City and the Piedmont section and reflects great credit upon Col. G. E. Webb, the faithful and efficient Secretary, upon whom devolved the duty ot compiling and issuing this work. The catalogue contains num erous illustrations, the first paze being embellished with a picture of Col. A. B. Gorrell, our dignified and handsome Mayor and President of the Fair, who may be termed the father of the Fair and to whom much of the credit for its success is due. Among the other illustrations are street scenes in Winston and Salem, interior of warehouse just before a sale, the Fries' Electric Power House on the Yadkin river, our Courthouse and Municipal building, etc. Under the head of "Welcome" the Secretary sets forth these facts, of general Interest : The Piedmont Tobacco Fair will be held in Winston, November 2d, 3d and 4th. The city will devote those three days to pleasure, and the thousands and tens of thousands of people who are expected to visit the Fair will find that all the good ' people of Winston Salem will be glad to see them, and will do all that they can to contribute to their pleasure while in town. ttT a e a wecnarge no admission to our exhibition buildings. Everything connected with the Fair is tree. There will be something going on all the time to amuse the people. Three splendid bands of music, bal loon ascension, bicycle parades and races, great live stock parade, fire works, etc. " Everybody is invited to come and 660 a 8 1 II Pi. Y REST. Lesson Taught by Our - Four. Footed Friends. Quit and warmth are the medicines of the four-footed philosopher if a dog is ailing be rolls himself into a ball in a warm corner and eats little or nothing till he is well. Many times rest is the only medi cine needed by the sick;' but we sel dom follow this example. The biped loses the instinct of the animal. He fumes, frets, takes stimulants and medicaments, and gives bo chance to the recuperative forces of nature. -:: . . If he. too. wonld retire to his bed. keep warm and eat next to nothing for a time t nose waste and poisonous matters which produced the disorder would be expelled In due time. , That machinery which carries on involuntary motion whon the body is at rest expells from it from two to eight pounds of waste material in every twenty-four hours; the physi cian of experience says bo. He also claims that with bathing and half-fasting, when there are in dications of illness, the system in ordinary cases will take care of Itself. TBS DREYFUS CASE. The old adage that "truth crushed to earth will rise again,9' is likely to be exemplified in the Dreyfus case, which has again come to the front in France and will become a subject of almost world-wide discussion. It will be recalled that in the year 1894, Alfred Dreyfup, a member of the French military st.f-n, was charged with selling Fnnoh military secret to a foreign Power, uml alter a secret court martial whs convlcteil and sentenced to exile and imprison ment for life on Devil's inland. Before banishment he was subjected to the degradation of having the insignia of his rank and badges totn from his coat and cap, and the stripes torn from his trousers and his sword broken in two, in the presence ot three thorn and troops. He protested bis innocence and said : "In three years the truth will be known, and the Minis'er himself will take my part." It is atrongly intimated that since his imprisonment Dreylus has had temptations placed i.i his way to commit suicide and end his earthly troubles, the true motive for placing such temptations before him being, it in thought, to prevent about what is now likely to occur a revision ol the caBP, ending in the exoneration ot Dreyfus and implicating other mem Iters of the French army. It will be remembered that theZ Ia trials were an outcome ot the Dreyfus case, lite uoumI novelist Having drawn a scathing indictment againnt the chiefs of the army and epponsed the cause of Dreylus. Frvnb evideuce in the rate in br, Uiiht out ly a letter written by Colonel Heiir jint before his suieMe, eonfeHsiiig to having firged in con uection with the evidence. Public sentiuieut is rapidly crystallizing in lavor of a revision of the cum and there la Htrong probability that it will Im iPOMned and bub few douhi that.il j islicr ls done. Drey'in nil! emerge iroin it a ireo man. FUSION. At a meetitigof the Executive Com mit; e 8 of the Republican and Poi ulint parties, at Raleigh last night, it was cuncIuJed that "it is advisable and necessary to effect a complete co operation of the two parties in the election for 1898." Necessary, in order that the perpetuation of the present corrupt and incompetent mtogovernment ot affairs in North Carolina may be made possible. Necensary, in order that negro domi nation may be continued in many counties of the State. Necessary, in order that political tricksters, wbo value the emoluments of office more than the welfare of the people, more than the honor of the Common wealth, may have a chance to keep their feet under the pie-counter Can It be possible that honest men wbo have stood by the Populist party in the past, believing they were contending for principle, will permit themselves to be hoodwinked into an endorsement of this trade, whereby their principles are stifled and they are asked to support party that is on the side of bad gov ernment in this mighty struggle for the preservation of white supremacy and the good name of their State? DENOUNCES TRADERS. It ib manifest that the fusion arrangement entered into by the State Executive Committees of the Republican and Populist parties is a trade for pie, with the intention of making merchandise of the rank and file of the Populist party. We com mend to the members ot that party who value principle the following extracts from a recent letter of Mai W. A Guthrie, the last Populist can didate for Governor: "I am heartily sick and disgusted at seeing our public offices made matter of meicbandise to be hawked around by political traders for pure personal gain. Uur theory of gov ernment is that the public offices are the agencies ot government, and those who hold them i re servants ot the people, hut most of the office holders and office seekers ol the ores ent fay in JNortn Uarolioa, in prac tice have reversed this theory (which is the true theory ) of government The tradtra now have their day but it n quires no prophet to foresee that a dav is comluir.and I hone ic is near at band, when the traders will be forced to go out of business and uive t he people a chance to ad minis our own government upon correct principles " Tbe Next Honae. From the Atlanta Journal. 1 The Democrats have not been bold in their claims for the congressional election, which ii near at hand, but the indications have recently become more hopeful for them, and there are many shrewd observers wbo now be lieve that the chances of the two great parties for the control of the next house of representatives are about even. a It wonld not require each a change to turn the house of representatives oyer to tbe Democrats as is generally supposed. The Republicans have only about fifty majority in that body, and there are more than sixty Republican members whose plurality at the last election was less than 1,000. It will therefore be seen that a change of only a few thousand votes wonld give the Democrats a majority in the house. ' "White Government. Baleigh Poet. . The work of forming the White Government Unions , is well under way. More than 190 of these Unions have been' formed, for the most part in the east. The Second and Sixth districts have been organized. In all the counties these organizations are becoming a very potent factor in the campaign. Whatever differences men may nave there can be no differ ence between white men seeking a these Onions are the central points I around which all good white men may gatb" TIM Royal is the kfefcMt orade be Ida powdor kaowa. Actual teMa abow it goea oaa third f Briber tbaa aay other braad. POWDER Absolutely Pure aovx. baking rowoea co new vohh OIjARK-KILGO. The Closing Sentences of Judge Clark's Speech. Copied from News and Observer. Long years ago an image of gold wits set up iu the plain of Dura, in the Province of Babylon. There wi-re three men who refused to do it obeisance. They were thrown into a furnace heated eeven time?, but the king who looked within saw with terror that they were unharmed, and that there walked by their side one who had the form of the Son of God. Ah truly as on the plains of DurA, the great gold image of the money power has been set up in thin coun try, aod they who will not bow down unto it aud worship it are threatened with the furnace heated seven times. There be not thiee men, but thous ands, who will not do so, and if they shall keep the whiteness, of their souls, serving their God and their country in the integrity .t thfir hrartH, however tin m Me they may he they enn snr. ly feel that there walks by their ni'le the form of one who hat- a likenHH unto ti e Son of God Civiliz it ion. liberty, religion, all lemaudthat we should rehukeaud ilrive our. tli s lomiimiiou which in jiturintr our colitis ty gins, and mii mmiv other Hgeiti'iet that in fluence public opinion by downright purchase. Your vernier, is not unant inpated by me. All of the evidence in Dr. Kilgo's behalf Iirh liei-it admitted More than hail that:-IIrcted iitfuiusT him (tfitb difficult, in the abnenc ot compulsory process tor witnesses) tins been i elected. So tuauv mem bers of this Hoard having recently voted for resolutions endorsing Dr, Kilgo at the District Conferences it would not be easy with the fullest iu vestigatiou to change your views. But we have not had a full investiga tion Dr. Kilgo from the start has insisted on technicalities and the rejection of evidence. Let him be satisfied with a verdict secured by such means. Ibose windows are opeu aid through them the truth will go out to an honest, an intelli gent aud an impartial public. They will try the triers And beyond the silent stars, this gracious, beautiful night sits one trom whom no techni calities will exclude the truth, and whose clear vision will be nnclouuded by any earthly considerations. PAYING FOU FUSION. Kind of Reform the Combine Gang , Has Given Us. Wilmington Star. The R-idical-Populiat fusion com biue which is now in control of this State went into power on the cry ol popular rights, a tree ballot and a ?air count, tow taxation and econo my in public expenditures. They have nhown their respect for popular rights by revolutionizintr the government of a number of east ern counties and citiej and putting the negro over the white man. rney nave snown the hypocrisy in the cry for a free ballot and a fair count by the most corrupt elections ever held in the btate. They have shown thrir hypocrisy in tb- ir talk about economy and re duction of expenditures, by spending more money than was ever before, under Democratic rule, spent in the same time aud with less to show for it. Iu his speeh at Pittsboro Chatham ciruuty, receutly, Il m. (. II. Aycock took the Auditor's reports and showed that in 1895-96 and 97 the State government had cost $400,000 more than it did in the three preced ing yi ars under Democratic rule Much ot this money wnt to pay salaries to henenmen wnose services were not nwdi d, but were put into positions to pay them for political services rendered Nearly every d" - partment of the government shows these supernumeraries who are draw ing salaries, Due rendering nttle or no service, while the salaries ot others have ben increased to pay them for political work done. The cry of retrenchment l at nevi-r gone so far as to reduce salaries or the per diem of party wards nor in reduc ing the uumuer oft Hi ers, but on the contrary increasing therv This is the kind of reform and re trenchment the combine gang has given us. , A Religioua Innovation. A Bax'ey (Ga.) dispatch to the Augusta Herald says: "A peculiar rellKious innovation nas gained ground in this and surrounding counties. The believers in the faith erect altars In open air, and congregating around them in indiscriminate masses of men, women and children, praying, shout and struggle witn each other in their frenzy, frequently wounding their fel low-worshippers. Mony of them fall into an unconscious condition, from which they arise declaring themselves In a purified condition, which, they declare, renders them superior to St. Paul and tbe equal of Christ. Tbe religious stimulus seems to affect the berves and cause a quick jerking mo tion to become epidemic in the assem blages." One of the liesaona. "One of the lessons or tbe war, says the Detroit Free Press, "is that battleships should be made . fire proof. If Spain had built non com bustible boats some of them would still be in service in the United States navy." Hia Grievance. From Troth. His Mother Why, Mary, what's the matter with the child 7 Mary Sore, ma'am, he's been cry in' all the way home because the man as sells frnit told him he never kept star spangled bananas. Don't Hecleet Taw iaver. liver troubles quickly result in serious complications, and the man who neglects his liver has little regard for health. A bottle Af RnWIH TOT,. R.tAM . 1 1 . V. .VU a IMCU 1IU W BUU lilt 11 will keen the liver in oerfeei order. Tf thn disease has developed, Browns' Iron Bitters will enre it permanently. Strength and vitality will always follow its use. Browns' Iron Bitten la an)4 hv dealers. A GIXJSIOCS PAST; fiattle for Anglo-Satin Supfetna5 and Clean Gnvernmiir. Atlanta Constitution. North G arolina has had a glorious pas. From Mecklenburg to worth Bngley her people have been justly proud of their heritage. True, they ha ve seen evjl days like their friends iu rimer commonwealths, but more than twenty years ayo, nnd-r the leadership of their beloV' d Vance, they rose in their strength and re deemed their government from th- disgra ei'nl domination which they had si.ff-reil through the fortunes of war. Four years ago, that samn incoin pnteiit, conscienceless crew again vaulted into power through coalition with an honest but deceived element who certainl? never dreamed what terrible results would follow. For t he past two years the administra tion of state, county and municipal affairs has been almost entirely in the hands of fusion politicians who have scandalized and outraged all decent people. Republicans, Popu lists and Democrats who respect order, honesty, purity aud law have been humiliated and insulted by the shameless regime undtr which they lived. Things went from bad to worse with startling rapidity and at last the respectable people, regardless of party lines, aud in many instances of color Hues, are rallying under one banner and are found battling for the restoration of Anglo Saxon supremacy and a clean government. Just as the people of the Old North State are preparing to throw off this yoke, designing politicians in Georgia axe scheming to bring about a simi lar fusion hera. To all who love their state and their homes, we com mend for study the bitter olj ct le Bon pt-psenred to them in N rth Carolina. Beware of the schemers who pro pose fadon and -fl -r a division of the spoils. N t oidy must the P-ipuli who listens to the whimpering of I he temp ter go counter to his convict ions and principle-, tun. he should p.itwe io r? fleet that he is forging chains which will soon bind him. his fam lv and friends iu galling bonds. KltlLiLiS OK K ASH ION. New York Sun. Ma iy of the latest P iri.siait t qii- s are at.'ldZ ltu a mixture oi red find ormige than almost, dttl4 descrip tion. Vr-lvet. lraeries in rich orange, emerald and petunia are veiled with crazy net, dotted hre and there with sparkling jewels and jewelled pins ot large dimensions fasten loops at.d twists on hats and bonnets. The newest shade of red is begonia It is rich and deep and not so harsh as cherry red or cardinal. Overekirts and draperies are be coming general on the light, fluffy type of evening gown, and they will no doubt be universally adopted for evening wear before winter sets in. A novel Anger ring is made to send forth a spray of scent whenever the wearer pleases, or, to speak more accurately, when she is wise enough to keep the receptacle well filled. Other rings are set with a tiDy watch. Chains of all sorts and sizes are the order of the day. The more small jingling ornaments that can be crowded on the lorgnette chain the more fashionable it becomes Paris sends us a brand new chain. showing a sort of Grecian border formed in steel and black enamel united. The whole thing is fully half an inch in width. Che; ille and straw blended togeth er form bold patterns for the em iiellit-liment of bodices and skirts. Straw embroidery, by tbe way, is b'ing much employed on muslin evening gowns, and some bt autiful tulle ball gowns are worked all over the front with straw, the sleeves and belt being ot tu n ioise lue or nasturtium velvet. Eaglish women ot fashion are wear mg shoes aud stockings to match even their dav gowns. Colored shoes have never taken well in America Unless a perfi:t match Is possible the effect is very ugly. tew women can nff-)rd to adopt the eelekin sleeve, with nothing in the way of a frill, puff or epau'et to give then quired breadth to the should ers, but all shoulder trimmings muse be exreedinglv sin ill to meet lashion- ame demands Velvet trinvning will tlud un limited favor t'lis winter, and dresf- makers are still utilizing all kinds and shades of narrow ribnon as trim ming for new autumn gowns. Pretty shades of golden and seal tr wn are mu h in evidencr in winter materials, and there seems to be a rage for every shade of red. One Ijaw Disregarded. Scotl md Nock Commonwealth. The lw against crn-'-lty to animals is perhaps more generally disregard ed in this Sate than any othi r law ou the statute dooks. aien over load, over drive, half-starve and otherwise abuse their teams and go unmolested. This is wrong and the good citizens of the State in every community ought to see to it that more attention is paid to the observ ance of the law. Twenty Stories About Mark. Twain. Mark Twain Is the next famous person to be "anecdotalized" by the Ladies Home Journal, and the humorist's closest friends have sent to the magazine for its next number some twenty odd stories about him, none of which have ever been printed. They are, of course, of the droll sort, but not more funny than the "snap shot" pictures of Mark which his friends rave also loaned the mag azine, ineee, too, nave never oeen printed. A Friendly Caution. Tit-Bits. "You had better not go boating with Ada," said Tommy to bis sister's fiance. " Why not, Tommy ?" "'Cause I heard her say she intend ed to throw you overboard soon." Didn't Stop to Think. From Puck. Tbe man who wants tne eartn probably never stopped to think what the taxes would be. Death of Mrs. SpurjEln. A friend writing The SentiUel, frbm Wallburg, Stokes county, says: "The community was grieved upon hearing of the sudden death of Mrs. Ida C. (Hines) Spurgin, wife of Mr. W. D. Spurgin, at tne residence ol Mr. J. S. Spurgin, near Abbott's Creek church, on August 30th, at the age of 2tf years and 1 day. The sym pathy of the entire community is ex tended the bereaved young husband and themany relativesof the deceased. " A CRITICAL TIME During tile Battle of I Santiago. SICK OR WELL. A RUSH NIGH r AND DAY. The Packers at ili Ratlin of Santiago dn Cnba were all Heroce, Their Heroic Efforts in (Jetting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved t he Hay. v. Iii. Bt-Ti.ER, of pack-train No. 3, writing from Santiago, DeCuba, on July 23d. sav; We all had diarrhoea in more or leas vio lent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doctor, for it was a cae of rush and rush nijht and day to keep the troops supplied with ammunition and ra tions, bat thanks to Chamberlain's Vilio Cholera 'and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work nnd keep bur health; in fact, I sincerely believe that at one criti cal time this medicine was tbe direct saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a waiou train could use. My comrade and myself hail the uood for tune to lay in a supply of this medicine for our pacK-irain netore we lei t Tampa and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life " The above letter was written to the manu facturers of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co , Ues Moines, Iowa. For sale by K. W. O'Hanlon. IN HONOU OF IT. SHIPP. Goneral Cnihln Namna the Ctmp at AniilNfon for Him. A wpeciHl to the Italeigh News and O'merver says li . Vdjiitant fieneral Coibin l'a firder..,! thatthecanip at Aniiiston tie limned lor Lii u(ennni W K hipo. h, fell at Stntingi-. Th 'liuruifi b -jihh th-ir. when i mt I Coibi-i whpi ttiroii.'t: tnlkinir Mnj r llavee. a eon nf Hi I He IV rildeiit Ha V' s, exclmm- ! : ' H'-mi-tii til. rii hi -i ll '-v I !-n him when Ml, he pir hi h :! in his hreust II - wn j.-ur.-lunir 'o- ti'H wife s pliil u j . Li two ! lie s e li i forward aud i i. wnn ..ll i.m r i h in the charge of S i .I-i.n h.ll. f e blockhouse whs rn. f -,i w llii."!-- I ti ok a piece of Z'tic and mart.Mil his na'iie, Li u tenant Wm K. ij i , Tenth eavnlr. with a oemr ami then drove imils throuirh t he ir tciittr. I did the HMiiiH in the case if his friend, Lieutenai t Smith, lie d el like a soldier." I asked Maj ir 1 1 aye. would he not give me permission to send what he had said to the home paper of the lead young officer. "Send it along said bhifl kind old Corbin. It will please all his folks to know j'ist how well the boy died. lieutenant hmith w 8 within a hundred yards of Shipp and Lien ten ant Colonel Hamilton nearby. Hayes had been wounded In the charge, but succeeded Shipp in com mand Every officer on Young's stall was wounded or killed, said Major Hayes, as if modestly endeaV' onng to withdraw attention from ray mention of his own wound The grave is well marked on the hill," said Major Hayes in answer to my question On His Neck. Indianapo'is Journal. "And did he fall on his knees when he proposed ?" No; but he was so rattled that he stepped on the cat and fell on his neck." Attended Her Sister's Marriage. Mrs. T. J. Wilson returned from Concord luesuav, where she went to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Corinne Harris to Mr. J. S Shinn. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride s father, at 7:30 o clock Saturday evening. The couple left Sunday on a bridal tour to Cincinnati and western points. The bride has visited Winston several times and is an attractive, lovely young woman. Independent Order Odd Fellows. The Sovereign Grand Lodire, Ind pendent Order Odd Fellows assemble in Uoston, Mass., in the seventy fourth annual communication Monday September lytn. ana win continue in session during the week. A tine pro gramme has been arranged for the occasion. The representatives from this State are Col. J. V. Uruton, Wil son, and Mr. J. I'. Sawyer, Asheville Arrest mm a disease by the timely use o Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, sour stomach, malaria, indiges tion, torpid liver, constipation and all bilious diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS I I'.'ilJIt. lilt l-rTTTOT" IL. ucnorri w hut aemonstrated ten thonnand Ubm that it la almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irrafnlaxitiea and derang-ament. It has become tbe leading remedy far this class of trou bles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strength ening and aoothinfr influence upon the menatraal organs. It curea white " and f allinr of the womb. It stops flooding and relieves sup pressed and painfal menatrnatloa. For Change of Lite it is the best medicine made. It Is beneficial daring pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for years. It invigorates, stimu lates, strengthens the whole sys tem. Thts great remedy Is offered to all afflicted woman. Why will any woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach? Wine of Oardul only coats fl.M per bottle at your drug store. Tt edrtoe, in oases remtiring special aMrecttens, addrees, giving symptoms. tne Ladle' A&vieory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- taneoga, 2vi. Re. I. W. SMITH, Camden, B.C., seysr 'Ml wile used Wine el Cardul at home ' for talllna of the womb and it eatlretj : urea her." II II This Is the "Dandy" StroiiR. durable, already well introduced. Two Huffman Grain Drills, Oliver l'lows, Ac BROIAIN, FOGLE Indian Rock Lime, PORTLAND AND ROSENDiLK CEMENT, PLASTER, SHINGLES, LUMBER and all Salem, ZLST. C. THE ORfLL OF THE BUCKEYE Has advantauts c v r all other DRILLS. HUCKEYE Il'ie Drills are ifnod drills Crrne and see for yourself or and line Drills constantly on hand. R. B. CRAWFORD & CO., Hardware Dealers. No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure Consumption or Asthma in ad vanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but does truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. For Sale at Grimes' Drugstore. The University. Largest patmnakre and fullest equip ment In Its history. Faculty, :iM; Students, 508: 3 Academic Courses 3 Elective Courses; 3 Professional Schools, In Law, Medicine and I'har macy. Advanced Classes open to women Tuition a year; Hoard $S a month. Ample opportunities fur self-help Scholarship arid loans for the needy. Summer School for Teachers: -1 In structors 1H5 Students. Total enroll ment, (170. For Catalogue, Address, PRESIDENT ALDEUMAN, Chanel Hill, N. C. STATE NORMAL and INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE. Offers the young women of the State thor.;Uflily professional, literary, elausii-al, scientific, ami industrial ediKation. An nual exnses '.W to 130. Faculty of 30 members. More than -too regular students. Has matriculated about 1,500 students, rep resenting every county in the State except two. Practice and Observation School of about 21 l pupils. To secure board in dor mitories, all free-tuition applications must be made before August 1. ( 'orrespomleuce solicited from those ile sirine com petent trained teachers. For Catiil igue and other information, ad dress i'RKSIDKNT MelVKK, Oreensboro, N t OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE. Nearly 50 years of continuous sue cess. 279 students last year. The largest and best equipped pri vate tHtintschol in the South. Eng lish, the Classics, Mathematics, Hook keeping. Sliorthand.Telcgraphy, Type writing. Terms reasonable. For cat alogue, add ret-s J A. & M. IT. nOLT, Oak Ridge, N. C. SALEM Academy and College. For nearly 100 years this institu tion for the higher education of young women has occupied the very front rank, and was never more nu merously attended than now. It is 'not only provided with a high grade College Course, but has ex perts in all of its special schools of Music, Art, Elocution, Commercial and Industrial Studies. We will be pleased to send catalogue on ap plication. Term begins Tuesday, September 6. Johk JX Clewell, Prin., Salem, North Carolina. HOT1CK. I Wawt every man and won.an in the TTnltea States interested in th- Opium and Whiaky nauiis to nave one or my boots on ineee ois eases, addreos B. M. VVoolley, Atlanta, tia. Vox 882. and one will La sent sou Ire. iiijiJiMii.ioai KCOuOt SHKVILU. 11). U. LilNUllXM.I KU.l.HmnM In I7WI. 1898 A.M.. LUl).,Hupt. Military; tr. H. Army I H. C. OlUcer detailed. Cutaway Harrow. cat load ordeied in HUS. Hictford ROGERS & OO. BROS. THE FUTURE, DISC DRILL write for catalogue. L inte stock of Disc Winston, N. C. You Will Get Shot aMlt:. a pound of Uolinrt.s, Winston, N. I'ovhut, z;c a lioiimi. II. M. lxalwl Hhel!a30c a box. !Sinf;le Harntl Itremh leading Ouns $4.25 f l.ai, t.7.r, 5.1H). $.rj , Jii.txi; and Kerning, ton ko 1.25. liicvclfH HS.75. SJD.IKI. $22.50 and $25 00, HirycU- t-iti mines, l.icyclea Itapairod. F. M. ROBERTS. (41.1 Llhcrty St , Winston, N. O ) Notice. J Having ilal i lietl as administrator of Wm ' K. lirillitli, tleceiiwxl, all iwrsons liaviiiK claims against said deceased are hereby' notified to present them to uie proved as tne law directs within twelve nioiillis from the date of tti is notice or the same shall be plead in bar of their recovery. And all per sons indebted to said deceased are rentieated to make payment to me at once. This 27ih July, lfl'JS. A. W. Jones Administrator. Tie North Carolina College of Agriculture flND Mechanic Arts Will re-open September 1, 1808, with improved equipment in every depart ment. 'Xweoty-three experienced specialists in Faculty. Full courses In Agriculture, Science, Civil, Mechani cal aud Electrical Engineering. Ex penses very moderate. For catalogue address PKES. A. Q HOLL.IDAY, Kalelgn, N. O ROANOKE COLLEGE, BALSM, "VA. Courses for degrees, wi'.h Elect ives: high standard. Library 21,000 volumes. Working laboratory. Good morals and discipline. Six churches do bar-rooms. Healthful " mountain climate. Very moderate expenses. Increasing patronage from many Btatea and several foreign countries. .North Carolina well represented. 4ilh year beirins Septem ber 14ih. Catalogue free. Address, JuuuaD.DuBig President. CcmmUsioner's Sale ot Real Estate. By virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, N. C.,in the special pro ceedings entitled J. W. Burk, administrator of U. P. bides, deceased, ys. C. K, Sides et el, 1 will sell for cash at public auction at the Court House door in Winston, N. V., on Monday, the Srd day of October, 1808, at o'clock P. M.. certain lots of land Ivine- in the town of Salem; N. C., and known and designated as Lots Kos. 17, 86, 30, 29, 40, 41, i'i, 44. 44, 46, 40, 47 and 48, on the plat o the land of O. P. Sides, deceased, tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, K. C, to which said plat reference is hereby made for more particu lar description. K. W. Burst, Commissioner. August 30, 1W8. &, K. Usay, AUy. o. .