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VOL. 12-NO. 7(5 ' WINSTON SALlM ,. N. (J., TUKSDAY. .MM: L'.s. 181H. I'll It'K. TWO CENTS
ME JOyHAL eWMTEEO TCI LABCEST CtiBCiilllLATiaa F M CTEi OaiWUllI fii3 Mgfili
A'l sizes and prices. We,
opened today the' pret
tiest line of Hammocks
ever shown in Winston.
Will compare prices with
any of the large cities.
D. H. BROWDER,
ccenor to Justice Browder.)
and Trust Company.
Winston N. C.,
The Best and Most Reliable
Trust Company In the State.
Ooes a General Banking Bjusinesa.
Pays Interest on Deposits.
Solicts Your Business.
Since OrEauization, June 15, 1893.
June 15, 1KHS
June I&, 1HW,
June 16, law,
June 15, lKWf,
Jan 15, 17,
July W, 1HK7,
Jan. 1, 1M,
REAL ESTATE) AGENT,
First National Bank Boldajf.
. WINSTON, N. C.
. City and Suburban Property jt every
deseription for Hale and Kent
TlII.tPHONB M. I
Fine Line of Spring
Groceries arid Confections.
Hplees of all kinds. Kent quality.
Cheap ior cash at
Mrs. T. B. Bouthit & Co's.
Main Street, Kalem, N. C.
JAS. S. LANIER,
Attorney at Law and Notary PuMic
No! 817 Main Street, Winston, N. C.
On and after Jannary 1, IMPS, I will drrot
ail of luy l.meu tha prartlce of law. Howea
rented, -lHlmtpulle1d. real booiflil or
aold. IKWIn. will., morlKRK" and loan. n
aoiiaterl on ooniwionalile oomnil.Hlon. renia
" ... nHvai.i .cKmlned to need., ete.. and
partial aworn to any lantruinent riulring Hi i
aaina. At my ofl'ia dally from Ha. nt. Ui
7p'm' JAS. 8. LAN 1KB
Down Goes Prices
Ladies', Misses' and
' M. McH AIR'S
Winston, IN. C.
Surplus and Profits,
axr A. Ml' AT t'aUin
To .o:ul the time worn advertise
WE SELL THE BEST,
Ot-'R PRICES THE LOWEST.
(It's only a trap to catch the unwary.)
OL'K HOODS are not itter tlian all
othe re, but m rood as the ticst and as
cheap as the cheapest ( quality foni-Ul
aJit'd") or your money refunded.
NIGHT PORKS, Kl'MMKU
SHIRTS, rXDKKWKAIl, r.
II ATS -Straw, Crash, Alcnc
aud Derby a at Sl'KCIAJ. Pkicks.
J. M. Wood ruff & Co.
Hill ini Mcn'h ruriiishtnH.
Ice Cream Soda
Mai'e from Pur.', Fresh, Un
diluted Cream from Dr.
Thompson's Farm. All Cold
Thompson's Soda Fount'
Ollii: Lemly Ihiildiug, WliiBton
X. C. Also represent leading American
and Fort iitu Kire Insurance Companies
F. E. HECKARD,
Rubber Stamps, Hoeiety Badges, Key
CbeoLa, ;Cey Uif.fea. etc.
SOS Alain Htreet, WINSTON, N. C.
WATKINS & CONRAD,
Aett Dealer ia Dentul Supplies.
Ortlce- I'uuer MHtuHtreel.Hnlciifccw'I'lHH
InieniiHleKO. Hvii ZJU. '
W. T. Uzz
In his new quarters, corner Main
and Third Streets, Over
Comfort Shoe Store,
HiiH just iweived Spring ami Sum-,
iner samples. I&efore buying, you
should see these samples and learn .
LAW Y EH,
WINSTON, N. V.
Will py pec'1 attention to the .everal
brnnrhea of t 01'pnerriHl Kaw, vl: I'artner
Hliln., Jttlnl Htork ( uniiHnt4, t'orMrHllnn,
SmIhm, AMtlgliin!'nt, lliHiiranre, NrKotlHhl
Internment, a" WerrtillletVntracti(v dllm-U'
liebw, I'mcllcea In alll'oartii.
HORTON & HORTON,
Oflhovtr Wachovii Bnnk.
Bell Phoue, 177: Intemlate ltM
THEY WILL NOT SURRENDER.
ARE NOW PREPARING TO RESIST DEWEY
Thr-Spanish' Tori Paul, But They Were Quickly Put to
Flight ly Our Vessel With Loss ot Lite on the Spanish Side and Ihe Terror in a Sinking Condition.
THEY WERE NO MATCH FOR THE ST. PAUL!
(limners oh Hie -American Cruiser Were Jiot Loti in tift
ting Accurate Range and Landed Tliree Shots.
Washington, D. C., June US. The 'Washington navy department
this morning isisted the following bulletin: "Admiral Sampson resirls
that on Wednesday afternoon the St. Paul while oil Sun .1 ti:in, Porto
liiro, was attacked by an unprotected cruiser anil the Spanish torpedo
boat destroyer Terror. The Terror inatle a dash, which was await' d by
our cruiser. The Sr. Paul hit the Terror three times, killin" one oiliccr
and two men ami wounding sever! others. The Terror got back under
cover of the furtilicatioi's with great dillic ilty and was towed into the
harbor in a sinking condition, where she is now leing rcpaiie I. Later
t he cruiser aud guiibiat started, oul but remained under Ihe j roteciion
of Hie forts." The Yale left llampion Koads Wednesday ith the :!rd
Michigan aud part of the :11th Michigan volunteer inlantiy which was
recently at Camp Alger.
WAsiiiNiToN, .lime 2f! An additional blockade, w.is proclaimed
by t he president this morning which includes Southern Cuba from Cape
Cruz to Cape Frances, which, with the existing blockade, practically'
covers theentire southern coast. San Juan, Porto lieo, is also included.
Neutral vessels in the ports covered by today's pi K bnnation are given
thirty da et out with their ciigoes.
SALEM WILL VACCINATE.
Jbo - Cinmlssloiicw This Morn-
I11K Knat-tcil An Ordinance.
Itesolved by the conmiiHdtoiiers of
Int. That in view of the prevuteme
of NinallH)X in wineof our neiKhboriiiK
towns and of tlte possible transfer of
the disease to our community, it is
Keutly recoinmciided that our citi-
ii be vaeeiiiated as Npcedily as posM-
2nd. That any physician prut'tii-inn
in the police jurisdiction of Salem sliall
t h record of all nersons . vaccinated
by him within the next 30 days and
t i 111 1 ihe secretary shall prepare blanks
for this purpose immediately and at
the expirations of HO days the physi
cians shall' file said rc.ort with the
secretary of the towji.
MA. That the secretary and treasuier
ip hereby authorized to pay all resident
phslcians who lite such reports at the.
rate of 25 cents for .all pe,rsons vuccl
nated -by him at places to lie' named
hereafter. The pufKHie is to grant free
vaccliiatiim to all of our citizens.
till. That the resident physician ot
the town sliall publish immediate!..
time and plaeea wlere vaceinalion
i-an take place and such publication
shall I considered a part oMhis ordi
nance. Any physician failing t re
port within the next Wl days sliall In
filled '. Physicians w ill I prepan il
to vaccinate all applicants at their 1
respective oft Ices wlienevci present and ,
give special attention I hereto every
At Hie rcirular meelim.' (
f'.iniiiMl No. A. Jr. ) P. A
IliKht tiie follow inn ollicere were ele ud
tor the ensuitiK otlicial term: Coui
.ilcr, J. M. Harris: YiceC'ou cilor,
Kev. J. V. Kr.nk; lUtvidiiiic Secre
tary, liiifus hore; Assistant licconi
i R S,.en'taiy, Charles hwaim; Huan-r-ial
Sf 'ritaiy, W. A. S ccr; 1 r nsu.i r,
It. P. I'eKram; t 'oi'dtn lor, Alathias
Masteu: Warden, W. M. I booiaK
Inside sviitoi' l. Charles Hunts: Out-
Hk. rttmUtwl, J. M. Tauish; I iu-be,
W. ( J. Crai.ford.
W. K. Martin, ll.c n tiling councilor,
will till the chair of the Junior Past
Councilor during the next term of six
To Select 11 Clialrniaii.
The state democratic executive com
mittee meets tody In Htleigh to
chiswe arhairmau. Clement Manly,
of this city, the-retiring onicer, is In
attendance. It is "understood that he
will decline a re-election and it Is
probable another will be selected to
take hia place. Mr. Manly remains a
member of tbe committee, however.
Ended Ilia SnffrrinK
Efforts to aave Tom Glenn'a dog
which waa poisoned last Friday proved
futile and this morning Torn put an
end to theauimai'a aufferinga by ad
ministering Chloroform. Thiawaaone
of the best known doH in town, being
an old landmark as it were for the past
liftecn year. Toin watery indluninl
that thYdog should be created In such'
a cruel manner and be made to suffer
in such agony. Many others who
knew the dog as a favorite of theirs
weie equally indignant and do not
countenance the low down meauness
of Ihe erson who poisoned the ilg.
T'lu- Klccti'lc storm.
tine Of t lie severest storms of the sea
son prevaihd here for an hour late yes
terday afternoon. Tltc thunders roared
and lightning Hashed fearfully.' Sev
eral loud claps of thunder made the
shudders creep over .many' a. timid one
a c 1 1 as over several who were not so
I iriinl . The hglitning played oil the
electric w ires In various sirt,lons of the
city, burning out reveraf phones. The
l b 1 tlic current from the plant was cut
oll'a considerable length of li 1110. The
lightning struck in several places doing
more or lews damage. One Hash leaped
along one of Ihe front parapets of
l.iipfcil, Scales A Co.V factory and
knocked about a bundled brick fiom
Ihe huilding, but tiid no other damaure
X'-ept to badly slarl le t he occupants of
t lie factory.
Six coils in, the generator at the
Kiwer bouse 011 Ihe Yadkin raver were
burnt out and also the transformer St
I he distributing station at the grist
mill. I his will cause a dela) of two or
tluccdats, but otilside of the incon
venience and the labor in repairing,
I lie damage done is slight. The con
nections are now running by steam.
Hurt ly Tilt in.
.Will I'enn, colored, was hurt by the
1 train on the X. it W. road near Sev
enth sliot last night. He was evi
dently drunk and staggered against
the wain as lh" headlight of the engine
showed a clear trick, lie had a base
vit.oii and it was smashed all to pieces.
C : j t. J dinson stoped the train aud
went to him. He was not cut any
u In ic but a. hurl so he could not
talk. He was covered with mud aud
was lying 011 the side of an em ban k
mcn'. ' j " '
t.ooil T 1 1110 Anion; Clouds.
Kxpr-'ss Agent C. W. liu inside re
ceived a letter ibis morning from W.
H. Hiint.inger at Potlsvilie, Pa.,
announcing the arrival of the carrier
pigeons lilierated here Saturday morn
ing at 0 o'clock. The letter states that
the first bird arrived at 2:30 of that
day, the second at 2:4, the third at
H-,W and the next two at OutO. The
remainder had not arrived at the time
1. a i..tfat Mr H.niTinA
OI W Illlllg iiit . . ...... .r. II
...... .h-t .h. first bird made 48 mllerfs1
H.irq ...... 1 J
.1. kt .1. Iln hflln.V4nlttflld. V1
. 11 it. 11 1 1 uiruiatHiiw wj . u m.uh i
They Want E. B. Jones.
A young man by tbe name of tlwalt
uev, of Alexander county, is a candi
date for the democratic Domination for
solicitor of this district. The people of
Alleghanev, Surry and Wtlaes. coun
Ilea are aai'd to be fur E. B. Jones, of
tnli city, or Herbert Urwo, of Wllkea
Has Issued Hurry Orders
Our Fleet Bound For
II Hill MERELY TOUGH HONOLULU
The Cadiz FLvt Will lv Ten
d.ivd a Warm link'
San I'Ham isi o, June S..-t iencral
Minitl is .worried over the ( annua
His t and has ordered t he Manila Heel
not to stop at Honolulu a moment
longer than is absolutely necessary but
to make haste to Manila with all possi
hlesiecd. However, with Ihe addition
of the Charleston aud oilier vessels
which have already Is-eu sent
Admiral Dewey's licet now in .Manila
harbor will I able to prove more than
a match for Camara. Willi the addi
tion of i),0 HJ American land forces in
the Philippines it will certainly prove
a very unsatisfactory place 'for the
Cadia fleet. The city of Manila will
have lieen taken U-fore Camara 's flee't j
arrives and lie w ill never be able to
enter t lie harbor with bis fleet.
. lie Thinks) It All 11 P.lufl. -I.0NI10N,
Jane US. 1 he Washington
correspondent of t lie Daily Chronicle
says: "Spam ia to. lie frightened into
making peace. That is Ihe meaning
of the theatrical announcemeiit-of lb
Americans that a.siiuadron'is going to
Spuiu, announcement for which Ihe
navy department, coiitraiy to its cus
tom, lias sought the w ides publicity.
President McKlnley sincerely hopes
the fleet will never arl."
Water Supply Cut till".
Ca.mi'Sav'anii.i.a, Cuba, June L'S. -Monday,
the Santiago water supply
was cut at II o'clock at night with
no 'resistance. The Spaniards have
nothing but cistern water. Thebaic
and Harvard arrived at Allures today
from Hampton Hoads after a pleasat.i
voyage w ilhout an incident, (iarela,
Wheeler and Shafler met Castillo iiiihI
had a conference as to a decided iicvc
on Santiago fueVday morning.
Will Not Leave T ills; We k.
Cha iTANiMKiA, June -s. It is not
helieved that the tr.sips from Camp
Thomas will leave this week. One or
two regiments may leave, but this is
very doubtful. T hcVhapiaiusal Camp
Thomas held a meeting and adopted
resolutions condemning the army can
teens. T hey Wanted 1 'c.
Iixisix, June LS. -It is sialyl on the
highest authority that Kranee and Aus
tria recently made uuolneial overtures
to Spain urging her to euler iiH.n ne
gotiations for ia-e, without any
puiiictioiicd ly Katire,
l' tiirs, June -2H. The cabinet formed
yesterday by M. Itri.-s n was formally
sain tinned taday by President haere.
A Patriotic Concert.
A patriotic concert will be given by
the Salem Coucert Hand ou the eveu
ing of July 4th in the Salem Academy
grounds lUfreshmciits will Is? served
by Ihe ladies of the alumnae associa
tion. The proceeds are for the beuelit
- .... , . .
concert 25 eenta. All cordially luvltcd
The J)am-e Tomorrow N'lKht.
The young ladiee have decided to
have their dance at IheTwin City Club
tomorrow night. Tbe couplee have
already been arranged aud all are ex
pecting tbe usual good time. Bach
recreation, thia hot weather, ia rather
vigorous, we opine.
BELIEVE THE GERMANS WILL INTERFERE
Tht' JSjianisli (joveiw of l'ompanas Killed in a (tattle With Hie
Insurgents ami One Thousand Prisoners Taken.
Ibi.Nt; Ktixu, June L'S..V. vessel which left Manila Friday last
reports that (he Spaniards hat e given up tbe idea of surrendering owing
to the belief that the (ierinan warships will interfere to prevent Dewey
Iroiu lHimbardiiig the city. The Spaniards have strengthened their
defenses, and are preparing tor resist Hew ey. Prince Henry of Prussia
is expected shortly on .the (ierinan warsliipdieutschtaud. , Aguinaldo
h;is moved headciiailers iroin Cayi.tc to linns while the ' Americans
occupy Cavite. 1 11-a battle with the iiisuigcnls last week the Spanish
governor of Painpaug;u province was killed and the insurgents bmk a
thousand Spanish prisoners. Captain (iencral August is and family
captured by the insurgents were sei t to ( 'avite under Ihe precaution for
protection by Aguinaldo. It' is lielievcd thai another big battle with
the combined laud and sea forces will beTought in a few days.
.Mii; i;civ, June It whs staled this morning tnat the pres
ident declined to grant Miles' request to go to Santiago, except 011a.
tour of inspection. The president hclieVcs that (ieneral Shal'ter is
entitled to whatever glory or credit that liiay accrue from the Santiago
campaign. It is rexir!ed that Miles will go ou a tour shortly ami
eventually fetch up at Porto h'ico.
The Concert TuiilKht.
- The concert tonight at the.Y. M. C:
A. .ri.smis, umler t he auspices of the
Delpljlne Home ladies, w ill have con
siderable local musical talent. Mrs.
ihirrett, 'of liichmond, w hose t eaulL
ful contrail 1 voice charms everyone,
ill sing and those assisting her will
be Misses Daisy Haues, Ida Mil er and
Pearl Ogbjirn, of Monna', and Messrs.
I'' red Wa sou and Kemiclli Pfohl.
Ml s Van Yleck w ill be tbe accoiupa
11 1st. The price of admission is Ho
cents and tickets are on sale at the
drug stores, (io and have a rniisi. a!
Colored Camp .Mct tliisr.
A cuuip'inecting will Is- held in the
grove at I South Side park, Salem. N.
('.,' beginning Sunday, July H, II a. 111.
The ineeliug will lie conducted by ltev.
It. I.. Atkinson, pastor of St. James A.
M. K. church. Kev. A. McU-cs, ,
iblack Sam Jones.i pastor of A. M. K.
Zi.ui. eliurcli: Presiding Klder, C. II. J
King: licv. P. J. Jordan, (ireenslKiro;
Ki v. V. M. Wonh, Heidsvi le: lttv.
('.('. Alexander', Koxlsiro, and Otheis.
W h l key Ca uses Trou hie.
Pnli. e court had l:t cases last night.
1'ivc were for breach o the eace otieof
bich w as dismissed. There was one
iliuiikeuness, six for niiisani-e and one
foi lar -en.v. Fines and costs amounted
to J.')? 7U. ieorge (ioins, colored, tried
for lapvny. was iNiuudover to siiM'rior
court in a Imnd of f'JI. The oll'ense was
for stealing a half gallon of whiskey
from Salmon's 1 ar room last Friday
and Saturday", having taken a ipiart
licltleeach time from a case on which
lie had lieen sittiug.
A Paradise for All.
Col. (I. K. Webb returned from Picd
iiiont Springs last niglit, w here he has
l-eeti snnding several ds" with his
family, w ho are siiending a few weeks
there iu a cottage. Col. Welib says the
hotel is fast "lilling up. IJtiite a large
niinils r of Wfnston people are siiend
ing the summer there. The Colonel
says everybody seems to t having a
good time away from the hurry aud
bustle of city life. For a gKd rest there
is no plate hke Piedmont Springs. As
j a health resort there ia no better place.
St. leter Hay Services.
St. Peter's day will be celebrated at
St. PauPa church tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock. Services will also be
beld in the evening at 8 o'clock at
w hich time final arraugeuieuts for the
picnic to be bad at Suuuy Side Park
Friday will be made.
What Became or CowlcV.
The Raleigh Newa A Observer
pecial from Wash
ington to the effect that tbe brigadier
generalship for North Carolina baa
been settled and that applications now
received are returned: that tbe papers
have been made out and in a day or
two Uetieral Cook's name w ill lie sent
hv the seriate. A recent dispatch was
that Cuw les, of Hit1 First lteglmeiit was
to have it. ' There is evidently a confu
sion of names or else Cow les has lax'ti
lliii led ill Plkln.
Mr. John Hudson, of Salem, who
died yesterday, was carried to Klkiu
this morning for burial. He was 12
years old 011 ids last birthday. Dr.
Thomas, attending physician, says he
had eaten nothing for 40 ihiys and
don't understand liow he lived so
IJe I .oh Thomas left on the morning
tram for Jtoauoke, from I here tie will
go to Atlanta.
CloKinir (Quotations by; Private
Wirt- to W.A. l'orterflehl & Co.
W.-A. Porterlleld A Co., mm mission
brokers, furnish us with the following
closing limitations of the New York.
Slis k rixchange and the Chicago
Itoard of Trade :
The following are the closing quota
tions of the Xew York Stuck Ex
change: Xkw York, June S, '8.
American tobacco H7
Alch., Top. A Santa Fe :j
li. A O. 1
C. and O. H
Chic, Hur. and tiuincy d04
( lucago Has Mi
Delaware and Hudson
(Jeneral Electric Ml
Jersey Central k !4j
liuisvilleand Nasliville .Sid
MauhatUn Klevaled HMJ
Miswiuri and Piw'ific Ab
Met. Tractiou 1SS
Northern Pacific Pr. !
New YorkCentral lh'J
Heading w- 'si
K.s k Island
Houtberu K'y Pr. -"'
Ht Paul MJ
Sugar trust l-'i
Teun. Coal and Iron
Texas Pacific "1
U. S. leatlier Preferrwl
Wester I'liion TVI. . m
Wattasli Pr. N
" June 6-'(
" August t3
" Nov. '79
" Dec. (4r3(a)
The following are 'the closing quota
tious of tlieChi'-ago Hnl of Trade:
. I . . .... 'S. 'HJI
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