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AROUND THE TWIN CITY.
cuukkmt; )CAIi KVEMTS OF THK DAY SUIKKIjY told. nits of Fact and ftiossfp fiat he red by The Senllnel'sl IJepresentat Ives Sik'IhI and (General News What Is otnr on Here. A protract' nieetinsr will begin next sunuay a !5oyer"s School House, eight miles west of Winston. -Evangelist Ma;, who conducted a meeting in Winston a yenr ago. is now holding revival services in Georgia. The First Baptist Sunday School is preparing a program for missionary day which will ',be observed in about three weeks. A letter from Oapt. ISessent says the First North Carolina llegiment is now in camp in a piece of piney woods, near a graveyard. The Iiecord says it was Mrs. L. L. Lunn, and not" Mrs. E. F. Gunn who bought Mrs. Gorrell's stock of millinery in Greensboro. Mr. C. E. Crist conducted a stere- optieon service at Eden, three miles south of Salem, Sunday night. It was attended by a large -ongregation. Messrs, T. B. Dcuthit and G. H Rights hived a lot of bees Tuesday morning. I hey settled on a tree oppo site Mr. Douthit's store Monday night, Sheriff Kanp is having a list of insolvents made out to be presented to the C'ountv Fathers those not. able to pay their taxes. Clerk Ebert savs the list w ill not be -$3,000. A lot haf been purchased for colored Baptist church in West Wins ton. llev. A. W. Atgins, of Durham is to be pastor. He savs he has raised $75 in four months and paid on the lot From the Record it is learned that Mrs. E. F. Gunn, formerly of Win ston, has purchased Mrs. (J. C. Gor rell's millinery s:ore in Greensboro, and will continue the business at the same place. A new organ is soon to be pur chased for the First Presbyterian church in Greensboro. The present instrument was bought by Prof. Schnei der, when he lived in Salem, away be fore the war. A protracted meeting was begun at Bcthania Moravian church last Sunday. Pastor Crosland is bein assisted by Revs. Howard Uondthaler, A. D. Thaeler, F. W. Grabs and Charles Crouch. Somebody visited Mrs. C. S. Blum's chicken house on North Lib erty street Monday night and carried off six fine hens. Her wood-shed was also visited and the thieves stole some garden tools, etc. The Academy girls had holiday Monday in honor of Rev.J.II.Cleweirs birthday. U.hey took in the Twin City on the summer ear. Mr. Clewell was the recipient of a number of handsome presents. The Twin-City Cornet Band has ordered sixteen uniforms. They are fatigue suit pattern with a neat cap. The band is practicingtwo nights each week now for the Tobacco Fair. Prof. Charles Woollen is director. Mr. E. H. Davenport's fine Setter uog was killed by the out-going Mooks vil'e train Thursday evening, near the Dayis School. Mr. Davenport thinks the engineer should have blown the whistle to frighten the dog off the track. Anybody who doesn't believe there is a large amount of business trans acted in Winston will change his mind if he ta'ces a look through the posfof fice the Jx-st barometer to a city's business and watch the busy clerks 'and carriers. Saturday's New York World has a picture of the wife of Thomas R. Morgan, who, the paper says has been deserted by her husband. It also states that she is trying to raisj $15 to get back home. The World also tells about their marriage in Win ston, etc. A negro woman swore out a war rant on Tuesday against a white woman, living on Liberty street. The plaintiff lives in the defendant's house and the former charges the latter with going into her home and taking a gingham dress, without permission, for house rent. Supt. Neal, of the Inter-State Telephone Co., tells The Sentinkl that the long distance line to Greens boro will certainly be built. The con struction force is now at work putting in a plant at Raleigh. As soon as this is completed work will begin on the long distance line. The Sunday Schools of the Win ston district, M. E. Church, South, are to educate a girl at a school near Asheville. At the recent session of the District Conference Presiding Elder Wood was requested to select a little j girl. He has named Gracia Peacock, of Lewisville, this county. Mr. J. "W. Burse, who was knocked down last week by a bicycle, was able to be out last Friday for ithe -first time. He and ex-Policeman Poindexter have rented the store-room rn Trade street, now occupied by W. H. Gilbert, and will oen a stock of groceries there about October 1st. Bears the Klondike. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville. Tex .has found a more valuable dis covery than has yet been marie in the Klondike. Four years he suffered un told agony from consumption, accom- uniea oy aemorrnages; and was ab- olutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs od Colds. He declares that gold is f little value in comparison with this oarvelous cure: would have it even If t cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Vsthma, Bronchitis and all throat and ung affections are positively cured by r. K.lug'8 JNew Discovery for Con- umption. Trial bottles free at V. O. Thompson's Drug Store. Regular ize 50c and si 00. Guaranteed to ure or price refunded The liong Distance Line. General Manager Eagan and Mr. J. H. Glass, of the Inter-State Tele phone Company, are here arranging o make some improvements on the II ant in this city. They will put in a lew cable. Mr. Eagan tells The Skn- inel that the long distance line be- Jween Winston and lialeigh will be ompleted in a few weeks. Mr. Glass Mil have charge of the construction ork. Broke His Leg. Mr. Wm. T. Woodruff, one of Davie county's successful farmers and brother-in-law or Airs. Jfmllip Hanes, of, this city, met with a painful acci dent last Saturday. While hauling pay his mules became frightened and Iran away, turning the wagon over on uVlr- Woodruff. One of his leg's was broken. v BUmim or the Blood and Kerrea. No one need suffer with neuralgia. This disease is quickly and permanently cured by Browns' Iron Bitters. Every disease of the blood, nerves and stomach, chronic or otherwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron Bitters. Known and used for nearlv a quarter of a century, it stands to-day fore- among our most valued remedies, browns' Iron Bitten is sold by all dealers. ' ' Corn Mill For Sale; Any one desiring to purchase a trst-classCorn Mill, of latest and most nproved design, .new and complete tad ready for use can secure a BIG lAEGAIN by applying to j M. N. Williamson, Aug. 9, 153 Winston, N. G. DR. THOMAS RETURNS. Enjoying flood Health A Talk With Him. - Dr. H. J. Thomas arrived home Sunday. His many . friends were pleased to see him looking so well. His cap and uniform makes him look like a soldier. He says that he lost several pounds while at Santiago, but that he became himself again after go ing to Montauk, L. I. He was not sick a day while away. Dr. Thomas is well informed and it is interesting to hear him relate what he has seen since he left Winston. Tiie situation at Santiago, as he told in his letters to The Sentinel, was a sad one, but many of the soldiers who were removed to Montauk have re covered. Nearly all of the sick have been moved from the latter place to hospitals in - Brooklyn, Washington and other places. The Doctor says that prominent men with whom he talked expressed the opinion that the Commissioners will have little trouble now in adjusting the misunderstanding between the United States and Spain. The latter was so badly whipped that the Powers are willing to accede to any reason able demand. It is the prevailing sentiment, how ever, says Dr. Thomas, that the Philippine Islands will prove a "white elephant ' for the Lmted States. 1 he authorities at Washington ac cented Dr. Thomas' resignation on Wednesdav. He stopped there Satur day, made his report and left that night for home. IICRRICANK IN HOMREAL. Big Hailstones Came with It Street Cars Stopped. Montreal, Sept. 19. A terrific hurricane, accompanied by a hail storm, passed over Montreal this eve ning, doing considerable damage. The hailstorm was unprecedented, the stones being as large as good-sized walnuts and covered the streets like snow. The hurricane tore up streets in all parts of the city and stopped the street car service and the electric lights. An employee of the electric light company was killed while re pairing the company's wires, and fears are entertained for the safety of a number of persons who were caught by the storm while out boating on Lake St. Louis. Many ef the public buildings were damaged. LKK'S CORPS TO CUBA. This Seems to Be Definitely Agreed Upon. Washington, Sept. 19. The Presi dent, Gen. Miles and Secretary Meikle- john today agreed upon the occupa tion of Cuba. Forty thousand volun teers will be sent to join ten thousand regulars, who will go first. The bulk of the volunteers will be taken from General Graham's corps, at Camp Meade, Pennsylvania, and General Lee's corps. Orders have been issued to both Generals to weed out dissatis fied and undisciplined volunteers. General Graham will probably em bark from Newport News and General Lee from Southern ports. GREATLY KXERCISKD Over the Condition of Affairs in the Philippines. Washington, Sept. 19. Five regi ments now at San Francisco, the Fifty- first Iowa, Twentieth Kansas, First Tennessee, First Washington and a detachment of the First Oregon, have been ordered to Manila. Arrange ments for transportation will be made immediately. Army authorities are greatly exercised over the situation in the Philippines and have decided to strengthen the forces under Oenerai Otis because Aguinaldo is adding strength. It seems that some doubt the honesty of his professions of friend shio for the Americans. QU1KT AT HONOLULU. The People are Jubilant Over Annex ation to United States. By Telegraph to The Sentinel. San Francisco, Sept. 20. The teamer Australia arrived in port to day from Hawaii. General Merritt, Commander of the Department of Cali fornia, who has been to Honolulu was one of the passengers, l-verytning was quiet at Honolulu when the steam er left. The people are jubilant over annexation and are interesting them selves in the effort to make the gov ernment of the islands similar to that of the United States. YELLOW FEVER. System for Inspection of Trains Situ ation Improving. Washington, Sept. 19. The Sur geon General of the Marine hospital has about comple ed a system for the inspection of trains on all railroads in the fever district of Mississippi. Inspectors have been placed on all roads with the exception of one, which will be supplied soon, lhe purpose is to prevent the spread of the disease. Passed Assistant Surgeon Stimpson is in charge of the service. The situ- tion is improving. MISS WINNIE DAVIS DEAD. Occurred Yesterday Condolences to Mrs. Davis from All Sections. Narragansett Pier, R. I., Sept. 19. Miss Winnie Davis, who was known as the ''Daughter of the Con federacy," died at noon Sunday of acute gastritis. Messages of condolence are pouring in upon Mrs. Davis from all parts of the United States. She is bearing up particularly well under her grievous loss. NO NEW CASES. Chances for Yellow Fever Epidemic Growing Slight. Jackson, Miss., Sept. 20. No new fever cases are reported in any part of the State today. The chances for a general epidemic are growing Blight. The Board of Health traces the infec tion at Taylor's-to a box of bananas hipped from New Orleans. WATSON'S FLEET. Will Not be Disarmed Until Peace Is Concluded. Norfolk, Va.f Sept. 19. Most of the vessels of Commodore Watson's blockading fleet have left anchorage at Hampton Roads and come here. Those that go out of commission this week will be laid up at the reserve dry dock, but will now be disarmed until the Peace Commissioners have finished their work. , " - - Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Thbbest salve tn the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rbeum.Fever Mores, xeuer, unappea Hands, Chilblains, CornTand all skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, to no nav reauired. It is guaranteed or give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. - Price 25c. per box. For sale by V. O. Thompson. SAYS SAGASTA D RESPONSIBLE FOR AI UNES OF SPAIJ The Opinion of the Pre Castillo, Sa$rasta's Pre Says Castillo Would III vented War Had He' Madrid, Sept. 20. Duke Minister of Foreign Affairs, w Cabinet Premier under Castillo? sra3ta s predecessor, has issued, a a ument ascribing Spain's misfortune Sagasta, saying Castillo would have prevented war had he lived. He said the Liberals might have avoided war by accepting the proffered good offices of United States Minister Woodford, or treating with the insurgents as the basis of Cuban independence. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Asserted that Philippine Policy Not Due to Specific Act. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. The publi cation of orders for strengthening General Otis' force in the Philippines simultaneously with the announcement that the Iowa and the Oregon will sail for the Orient to augment Dewey '.s squadron, served to call attention to the situation there and cause much speculation as to the purpose of the administration. The best authorities say these movements had their origin in a determination of the officers of the government to be prepared fully for any possible emergency arising, and not in any particular act or to provide against any expected contin gency. It is positively asserted that no specific act has occurred which led the administration to adopt the pro gram indicated. A SOLDIER SUICIDES. rile Killed a Negro Near Sandy Ridge, Stokes County. A letter from Leaksville says that on Friday night, about five miles from Leaksville, on the Stoneville road, a man committed suicide by hanging himself on the roadside, in front of Buck Barnes', it is supposed as he bought a rope at Leaksville on Fri day. His name is John Hundley, whose father resides near Sandy Ridge. He has on the uniform of a United States soldier. A furlough in his pocket shows that he enlisted in the Third Virginia regiment. He ran away about a year ago for killing a negro in tstokes county. io money was found on his person. Deat h of a Good Citizen. Mr. Thomas Davis, a highly re spected citizen of Yadkin county, died at his tiom pear the town oi East Bend, on the 13th day of Sep tember, 1808. agfd 78 ypars, 7 months and 19 days. He was mar ried to Anna M Speas, January 20, 1842, and their nnion was bleeed with 13 children, 11 of whom sur vive him. The dfceappd ! avps a widow, 5 sons, 6 daughters and 69 grandchildren, 8 having died; also 3 great grandchild rpn. He was a god citizen, a kind Deighbor, an affectionate' husband and loving father. He died trusting in his Saviour, telling thft writer of this several days before his death that life wm swe-t. but if it wan the Lord's will to call him ho was ready and willing to die. His remains were carripd to the cemetery of Macedonia M E. ihurch where a large company of friends and relative met to wit ness his funeral and burial services which wer'i conducted by brethren T. C. Myers and Dr. J M. Matthews T. G. M. How About Ex-STierl Bailey? Congressman Linney spent Saturday night with Lieut.-Gov. Reynolds. He addressed a few of the "faithful" at Centerville Saturday night and left in a buggy Sunday for Yadkinville. While in Greensboro Saturday he re marked that he is not losing any sleep over the candidacy of Mr. Brower, of Mt. Airy, to which the Record adds: 'All the same he had as well wake up to the fact that he is to have a whole lot of bother on his hands. If Brower does not wake him up we are very much mistaken." Wonder if the "Bull of the Brushes" would lose any sleep if ex-Sheriff Bailey, of Davie, should be nominated by the insurgents. The Tobacco Kalr Pamphlet. We have several thousand Fair pamphlets that we would like sent out to every part of the United States. There is not a man, woman or child in Winston-Salem that has -not a friend at a distance who would not appreciate one of these pamphlets. It will cost only one cent to send one. I will be glad to furnish any one with as many of these little books as they will send off. Call on me in rooms of Chamber of Commerc any afternoon. Let everybody advertise the Fair and the city. G. E. Webb, Secretary. Huw'a This t We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anv case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J CHB.NEY & CO., Props , Toledo. O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last IS years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry" out any obligations made by their firm. Wist & Tkdax, Wholesale Druggists, Tole do, Ohio, Waidikg, KiNNiN & Marvin, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bot tle. Sold by all Draggists. Testimonials free. The Knox vllle Canard. A telegram from Knoxville, Tenn., says: Reports as to a riot between negroes and white- troops at Camp Poland have been traced down and show very trifling foundations, officers characterizing the story as false. No one was even injured. Two pistol shots fired -in fun started the sensa tional reports All is quiet here and the North Carofrfia- negro regiment is making a good impression by its good behavior. Going Out of Politics. Sheriff Call, of Wilkes, passed through the .city on Monday on his return from a business trip North. When questioned about the reported "squabble" over the Wilkes tax books, he replied that it did not amount to anything. The Sheriff also stated that he was going out of politics and devote his entire time to the mercan tile business. Deatb Near Advance. Mrs. A. C. Cornatzer met with a fatal accident at her home near Ad vance Monday. In going out or, in the house she fell and struck her head against the door sill, inflicting an in jury which resulted in her death in a few hours. She was about 43 years old and leaves a husband and several children. . , Orders for Return of Spaniards. Madrid, Sept. 19. The Minister of War has issued orders for the return of the Spanish troops in the West Indies. The Minister ' says General Toral Bhould be courtmartialed for his conduct as Governor of Santiago i i J n v cr dianV ferinx OAPlV The Senato ton Messrs. Cleme gins, Eck Gallop and W. B. Stafford1 Senatorial Conventio on Saturday, returned o'clock Saturday night. through the country. They report a good attend a: the Convention. It was called t? by Capt. F. C. Ro':bins. Wm Stafford, of Forsyth, was made char man, and the members of the pres present secretaries. After a recess the roll of counties was called for nomi nations. S. E. Williams, Esq., nomi nated John C. Thomas, of Davidson county. Edgar Wilson, of Winston, placed in nomination Capt. R. B. Glenn. Mr. Clement Manly, was called upon and spoke about 30 min utes. He referred to the awful condi tion of affairs in Eastern North Caro lina, and told of an experience he had while practicing law in Craven county. He was employed to prosecute the notorious Isaae H Smith, colored, for iorgery. fcsmitn was convicted, ap pealed, was tried again and finally, tnrougn tne iavoritism of a negro Solicitor, was acquitted. This same Isaac H. Smith is today the nominee of the Republican party of Craven county for the Legislature. Mr. Thomas, one of the nominees, was present and made a short speech. Capt. Glenn arrived home Saturday night. He went to Raleigh Monday. It is understood that he will accept the nomination made on Saturday. If OK REGISTER OF DEEDS. Capt. R. R. Crawford Suggested for the Dei ocratic Nomination. Editors of Sentinel. Among the various offices to be filled in Forsyth county at the ap proaching election none is-of more local importance to the tax-payers and the public generally than that of Reg ister of Deeds. In this office is to be found a record of all real estate tranac- tions in the county, and here alone information can be had that is invaluable to every citizen of the county. In view of the important trusts committed to the incumbent of this office, it is verydesirable to have a man who is not only obliging and well acquainted with those who come here for information, but one who is well qualified in every particular to give the information sought promptly and to keep the re:ords of the office really and in order. In casting about for such a man we think of no one who would be more faithful and efficient than Capt. 11. R. Crawford, whose name will be before the Democratic Convention on the 24th inst. for endorsement and who if nominated will not only make a strong and faithful canvass but when elected will give entire satisfaction. Many Citizens. MONEY ORDERS AS HECKS. An Order that Will be of Benefit to Rural Communities. The public will greatly appreciate the convenience afforded through an order issued by the First Assistant Postmaster General to issue money order's payable, at their own offices. This practice has not heretofore fol lowed, and the new departure will be an accommodation to the great num ber of people who, not having an ac count at a bank, desire to follow this economical and absolutely safe meth od in payment oi bills, etc. lhese money orders may now be used for illustration, in payment of gas bills, merchants' and grocery bills, etc. In smaller places the person in debted to a farmer may have an order drawn in favor of the latter, payable to him at any time and sent to him by a neighbor who obtains and delivers the mail for the neighborhood, the en tire cost, say ten dollars, being but ten cents. The County Fathers. The County Fathers met in special session Monday to have a settlement with Sheriff Kapp. Clerk Miller was authorized to buy a Wood mowing machine for the County Home farm. Ex-Sheriff Boyer appeared before the Board to make settlement of back taxes, etc. The Board, after making sundry inquiries, dismissed the entire matter.- - The Board adjourned at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. I"hey did not com plete their settlement with Sheiff Kapp. His insolvent list will not be over $4,000. Have to Buy Their Bonds. "You Democrats have the advant age of our party," remarked a Repub lican to the reporter Saturday even ing. Continuing he said that most of the Republican office-holders now hare to buy their bonds. He added that Sheriff Kapp has to pay about $300 a year. The County Treasurer is paid about $1,000 a yeai , but his expenses, including bond, has to come out of th's. The speech of Father Abraham i n the last number of Poor Richard's Al manac, published by Benjamin Frank 11a In 1757, "Contains the Wisdom of many ages and nations assembled and formed into one connected discourse.' When first published it attracted world wide attention' and was copied in all of the newspapers in America and England and translated into many foreign languages. Would you not like to read it? Get a copy free of charge at O'Hanlon's drugstore. 7 Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.' A trial will convinceyouof their merits. These pills are easy In action and are gartlcularly effective in the, cure of onstipatlon and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterous substance and to be purely vegetable. The do not weaken by their action but, .by giving toee to the stomach and bowels greatly invig orate the system. Regular size 25c. per box. Sold by V. OY Thompson, 1 thoa to cc Parada your carf tons, etc.. Autumn fid? this enchantic A The ladies also art exhibit during tnis enu secured s Warehouse. This wi the interest of the gen The ladies throughout th invited to contribute sv their handiwork to this dep tne big if air. We congratulate the Fair a? ties upon the wisdom of securirJ aid of the ladies in making the Fai grand success. They will not be d" appointed in their expectations o valuable and efficient work upon the part or tne lioard ol Lady Managers. DEATH OF MRS. J. H. PIERCE. A Good Woman Has Gone to Her Re wardAged 33 Years. The community was shocked Suu day over the sad news of the death of a most estimable lady, Mrs. Delia Masten Pierce, wife of Mr. J. If. Pierce, which occurred at her home, corner of Fifth and Main streets, at 1:40 that afternoon. Mrs. Pierce was out driving on Tuesday of last week. She was taken ill that night with septic peritonitis. She was attended by four or five phy sicians. Mrs. Pierce was 33 years, 1 month and 8 days old. She leaves a husband and three children, who, with her atred mother and her brother, realize what a great loss they have sustained, but their loss is her eternal gain. She was a faithful worshipper at the Lu theran church, where she was baptized July 18, 1807. She was"a kind and "af " fectionate wife and mother. She had very strong faith in the Dromises of God, hence was not afraid to die. The" funeral services were conducted from the Lutheran church at 4:30 o'clock p. m. -Monday by the pastor, Rev. W. A.,Lutz, assisted by Rev. J. W. Frank, The remains were then laid to rest in the Salem cemetery. SATURDAY'S CONVENTION. Did the Negroes Demand the Defeat of Miller and Kerner ? Some of the Republicans say they made a mistake in not renominating: Register of Deeds Miller. It is said that the negro delegates demanded that he and Treasurer Kerner be dropped and the whites acceded to their wishes. Why was this? Mr. Miller was not here. He was at home on account of the sickness of his wife. Mr. Kerner returned home Saturday evening, lie had little to say about his defeat. One fact was noticeable at Saturday's convention: The atten dance of colored people was not near so large as usual. Some argue that many of the col red voters are begin ning to think for themselves and that they have grown tired of being driven like sheep by the white bosses. The Baseball Race. The race for the National Learue baseball pennant seems to be narrow ing down to a fight between Baltimore and Boston. At the beginning of the week Cincinnati was sandwiched be tween the above teams, but the Oriole players by their brilliant work in a series of four games against the Reds displaced their Western rivals, who are now a score of points or more be hind the Marylanders. A duplication of the finish of last year is apparently in prospect. Both of the "B's" are playing a remarkably steady game in the last weeks of the season, and tha outcome is not yet to be predicted, though Boston is now ahead by a comfortable percentage. House With a History. There is a house in Lenoir in what is known as Powellton, owned and oc cupied by James L. Morrow, which was built by George Powell, A. D., 1812. Hence this house has been in habited as a dwelling for 86 years. Inside oi its wall there have been 27 births and no one ever yet died within it. This is the first brick house that was ever built in what is now Cald well county, it being at that time a part of Burke. Colored School Opens. Winston's colored school opened Monday with enrollment! of- 3-"0 pupils. rThe faculty is as follows: Principal, G. H. Willis; teachers, Cora .Curry, Georgia Brown, Cora V. Hickerson, Mrs. Amelia J. Fitts, Mrs. C. L. La nier, C. E. Gibson; supply teachers, R. W. Brown, Mary J. Rush, Cora Carter. Those Who Will be Discharged. 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When calling for above please for advertised letters. Wri: OnMSBYrFTM" Rev. Dr. Taylor Badly Hurt. Rev. Dr. C. E. Taylor, President of Wake Forest College, was badly hurt at the college Sunday night. A bicy cle or a team, Dr. Taylor does not now which, ran over him and knocked him senseless. The Doctor is slightly deaf and he did not hear the moving object. It was sometime bsfore he re gained consciousness. The Doctor's nose was broken and he sustained other injuries about his head. The Second Ijeoture. The second of a -series of lectures to be given monthly before the high school department of the Winston Graded Schools, will be delivered by Prof. .1. A. Holmes, State Geologist. His subject wtil' lw ' 'Types of Ameri can Scenery." The lecture will le il lustrated with stereopticon views. The lecture will lie delivered either the last week in October or the second week in November. " Death at Waughtown. Nathaniel Crowder died at his home in Waughtown on Monday at the age of 08 years. 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C, beKinninp; at the Houtbeat corner of Broad stri-et anil the old Fries Plank road running Northwardly with Broad street one hundred and HI teen leet; thence Westwardly 200 feet to I'ond street; thence with I'ond street in a Southerly course thirty feet to the Plank Koad; thence with the Plank Road in a Southeasterly course to the be ginning, the same being part of lots defig nated in the plat of the city of Winston, N. C, as Lots No. 3(!0 and 3'il and being the same land mentioned and described ii deed from L. Ii. Lunn and.wife to W. E. Frank lin, dated March 1H, 1891, and recorded in the otlice of the Kegisterof Deeds of Forsyth county, N. 13. , iu Book No. 37 of Deeds on Page 64.1 etc. g Second, also another lot of land fronting on Broad ftreet in the city of Winston, N. C. beginning at John M. Woodruff's South east corner running Southwardly with Broad street fifty-nine feet to W. E. Frank lin's corner; theoce Westwardly with W. K. Franklin's line 100 feet to l W. Morris' line; thence Northwardly with Morris' line 481 feet to John M Woodruff's line: thence Eastwardly with J M. Woodruff's line one hundred feet to Broad street, being the same land mentioned and described in deed from harles W. Morris and wife to W. E. Frank lin recorded in the otlice of the Register of Deeds of Forsyth county, N. O., in Book No. 37 of Deed. Page 375 etc. This 26th day Of August, 1898. Euuenb E Gray, Trustee. STATE NORMAL and INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE. Offers the young women of the State thoroughly professional, literary, classical, scientific, and industrial education. An nual expenses 90 to $130. Faculty of 30 members. More than 400 regular students. Has matriculated about 1,500 students, rep resenting every county in the State except two. Practice and Observation School of about 200 pupils. To secure board in dor mitories, all free-tuition applications must be made before August 1. Correspondence solicited fiom those de sirine competent trained teachers. For Catalogue and other information, ad dress PRESIDENT McIVER, Ureensbc r j. N. C. OAK RIDGEJNSTITUTE. Nearly .50 years of continuous suc cess." 279 students last year. The largest and best equipped-private uttlDttftChool In the Soutn. Eng lish, tne Classics, Mathematics, Book keeping, Shorthaod,Telefc.raphy, Type writing. Terms reasonable. For cat alogue, address J. A. & M. H. HOLT. Oak Bidtre, N. O ii 3 jo. ,.,10 icliool R SHEYILLE. ' ffjawai Kwniiiwiiwi iii ir.a. Ljn ' I00Q a m. I.li.,saiu njl t n - lOuO Military: IJ.H. Army I N ' I , ' Ontoer ilrtailnL till ' - KJtl'l pnrtic unr jti'mn wii :n yo We have lint experience in applying printing ink!! Xa'X, ijh apply Home for you on t he pMgeH Oi .The Sentinel. News and Opinions OP National I mi The Su Alone Contains Eally, by m rally h Sunday The SuQday S Is the Greatest Sunday News paper in the world. Price 5c. a Copy. By mail $2 a year Address THE SUN. New York. Notice. By virtus of a decree made in a cause pend ing before N. 8. Wilson, Clerk of the Hune rior Court, entitled 8. H. Morris against 11. Y. Stafford, the undersigned will sell for ca!h at the West side courthouse door, in Wins! on, N. C, on the 3rd day of October, 1!H, at 2 o'clock P. M., a tract of land con taming about 11) acres, kuown ss the Staf ford Mill tract, located on Old Field Creek, Northeastern part of Forsyth county, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone running thence West 34 poles to a dead chestnut; thence South 81 degrees West poles to a large rock on South side of creek; theiice South 42 degrees West crossing branch or creek 8 pole", in a wagon road; thence South 2 de grees East 10 poles; thence North 82 degrees East 8 poles; thence North 43 decrees 10 poles; thence nearly No th 10 poles to a poplar on North side of a branch; thence nearly East 11 poles to a stake; thence South 3 degree East 8 poles; North 81 degrees East 22 poles and 25 links to a sin all dogwood: thence South crossing the creek 25 poles and 20 links to toe beginning, containing 11 acres aud 47 poles, more or lss. August 22nd, IN! IS E. ii. JONES, Commissioner. Feed. Feed. Fepd. Hay, Foddr, Com, Cats, Flour. all kinds ofiMill Feed for sale cheo O. 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