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V iir lam Happemimfaaftha Wort '
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C JLmaal Haw Walla It It Frk. 2
TMiminf jiares are Mvaaoaahle,
and KrsultK are Cerrain.
0L. 2 NO. 112. ' WINSTON SALKM, N. C, WEDNESDAY. AIJOIST 10. IBtM. PUICK TWO CKNTS.
aWJIiiMt MMASlf EES THE LftBCEffT OlMTEIl m m CTEFii" WTED 1 - WiiiTigMLEl. SMBSBMFf tllliK EOiKS tUfEi II kit TOB KmTE(Gl
All sizes and prices. We
oiened tod?v the pret
tiest line of Hammocks
ever shown in Winston.
Will compare prices with
any of the lare cilies.
D. H. BROWDER,
Sweeamor to Justice Jt Browder.)
Winston legal Directory.
ATUIHNKY AT LAW.
,'KAN T. BALD "IN
ATTOKNKV AT LAW,
nLKNN A Manly,
" ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IONES & PATTERSON,
" A1T0HNBY8 AT LAW.
MA8T A GRIFFITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW..
Louis M. SWINK,
ATTORNEY .T LAW.
WATSON, BUXTOX WATSON,
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW.
Real Estate and Loan Agent.
WINSTON, N. C.
Keal estate for sale or rent. Money
' Orrloa: Leml Building, "Winston
N.C. AIho repreaenta leading Americmn
and Foreigu Fire Insurance Companies
, JAS. S, LANIER,
Attorney a: Law and Motor? PoMic
No. 817 Main Htiv.t, WUi .ton, N. V
On and anr J!itmry I, iMM, I vrlit unvote
U of my t.ntr u ih? imdi f ur tut. Hour-
rwilwl nlttliTiH ivlln-,iti, ruai tiP.tv tfrtuiit or
MIL iH-etln, Willis ItlfitXrl tall-i UtoUi ue
(oKntml on r-mtirtofmi lb ooiiimirotimt. i-'ttiit
fcweru rlittiy luitiiiit t u dwi, eu, and
partial nurn to nut lii-l; uiiibiil ru;r.ut to
tin. Al ui oU'. Hatty r.uai 8 a. tu. Mi
? p. m.
WES S DUNN,
REAL ESTATE ACIIN'T,
flint NatlMiat ii Ui..! ."iiW
WINSTON, N. C.
" City aud Suburban Prorty ji every
deacrlption for Sale aud lient
F. E. HECKARD, '
Rubber Stamps, Society Badges, Key
Cbeoka, Key Uiupi, etc
(OS Main Htreet, WINSTON, N. C.
Scliley Knocked me Soolsjui ol Cenferli
1 ltli his biff guns, so will I knock the spots out of blgh prices.
eJJ 1 bat Kreuob UniKbsm is attacked Unit and price cut just half in two; JJ
j waa 24 now 121c Lincin lawns were 2U and 25, uow 10 and 15c. Dim- .s
Hies were 10, now 6c. Organdie were 25, now l"c Ladies' skirts were
$1.6, nuw SOc, and better grades reduced in proportion. Shirt waisla JJ
were 75 now sue. JSleavning waa 7, uow a. iwu i rail to corneal once jmr
before tlie war is over and see the slaughtering of prices. J
Yuur with prices right,
M. McNAIR. J
Wachovia National Bank,
Winston, N. C.
Schley -:- Values
Our Special Sale
of all Summer Goods must go on re
gard I w of coat. Ave will have uo
odds aud ends In our bouse.
Summer Neglige Shirts
Reduced from 60 to 40, 75 to 60, $1.01
to 75c, $1.50 to $1.15, $2.00 to $1.50.
Passing all Records,
Our low prices on Hutu, Underwear,
Ice Cream Soda
Made from Pure, Fresh, Un
diluted Cream from Dr.
Thompson's Farm. All Cold
Thompson's Soda Fount
and Trust Company.
Winston N. C,
Since Organization. June 15. 1893.
bKPOBITB IX) A It 8
luoe 1ft, 1HM.
June 16, 1HHH,
i'V-,.H 'S "."A
fQCllOi 111 QDll III COM
ActJl 1 Administrator,
I he Best and Host Reliable
Trust Cotnpesiy In the State.
ljuesa General Hanking Business,
r'nys Interest on Derofits.
5.licts Vnur lluslncs.
m m mm tm.
Horses luruislied wiili rtuy -tjle of
vehicle desired uon noii.
Stock of first cliuw h rsrs and
mules constantly on hand,
stile or exchange.
SMOKE & MrCREARY.
SPAIN'S REPLY TO OUR OFFI
Unless Spain Accepts Without Reservation Mr. JjcKinley's Original Proposit
SPAIN'S REPLY IS
Unless a Positive and Satisfactory Answers Comes Tomorrow
the War Will be Vigorously Renewed
Washington, I). V., Aug. K).
given out conceruiii; Spain's reply. It was, however, delivered topic
president last night by the French ainliitssador. Secretary Iong K:i I
this morning pctee would not 1 made today !ut something would l
decidexl on tomorrow one way or the other. This hears out tlicleSici
that an ultimatum will he sent to Spain owing to the unsatisfactory totic
of her reply and that unless positive and delinite answer comes tonior- J
row night the war will he igorously renewed all along the line. Orders
have Ihhmi issued to Sii-iipson t ) prepare his tleet to descend on Spanish
c a.-t iti'-ncdialely. Iewey and Merri.t are ordered to attack Mai.iln
with all land and sin foiws. It is sUted on high authority that Spain's
reply is evasive endeavoring to becloud the situation by verbosity and
suggestions tending to delay, w hich will not be permitted by the presi
dent. It is also stated tha4 I'ainlHX' has cabled Sagasta that the Spun )
ish reply is distastelul to the president aud unless Spain accepts, '
embodying AtcKinley's original llauguage, trouble will ensue. Iu other
words the president firmly adheres to his origiual terms aud uotliing
less will be satisfactory and Spain had letter le quick about it.
HOltSKS WKHE BOmtOWFI)
But the Negro Had Been Kn
tfaKed In Other ThlfvliiK.
The owner of the hones aud wagon
wbich BUI Bass was iu poBsetmlon of
when arrested last week by Countable
Boott has been found. They belong
to Kuril. JBlackburB, a seemingly In
dustrious colored farmer of Forsyth
county. Bill simply borrowed the
outfit to come after forty bushels of
wheat which be claimed he had near
Greensboro. He did not returu at tbe
appoluted time, however, aud Kufus
l.ecame uueaay and started out to find
Bill. He learned ou tbe way down
that Bill had been stealing green corn
with which to feed tbe boreee.
Kufus says Bill came to his boumi
about two weeks ago with a lUKKy and
two seta of harness. Kufus' descrip
tion of the buggy tallies exactly with
that of the one Btoicn about two weeks
ago from a colored woman residing
about three miles south of the city,
meutlou of which was made iu them
colums at tbe time.
Kulus' ho ses have been Iu Van
story's stables aud the charges for
their keeping is about $o, which Kulus
is unable to pay. He is tryiug to make
a satisfactory arrangement with Mr.
Vaustory to get bis horses. Greens
A War Letter.
Mr. T. W. Grinies Is in receipt of a
very Interesting letter from his friend,
Chaa. D. Hunt, 1st Lieut. 16th Uuited
(States Infantry, which Is at present
stationed at Santiago de Cuba. Among
other things, Mr. Hunt says :
"We have been compelled to experi
ence many hardships here that even
the Regulars found bard to endure.
Of course ws have been amply repaid,
to some extent, for all this, by our
great victory on July 1st, aud since.
Have seen a good many warm times,
but on tbe tir-t was by a large majority
tbe hottest time I have ever ex peri
enced. Our reglineut, tbe 16th, was iu
tbe charge and was the first to aseeud
tbe bill that the Hpaulards bad occu
pied, and ours was tbe first flag to be
planted on the same, aud ysur bumble
aervaut went through it all without a
scratch, but with tbe full couvictiou
that be has more than one Don to hia
credit. Hope to get away from h-re
soon. Much sickoeu among tbe men,
but my bealtb continues good."
The Friends yearly meeting at High
Point commenced yeste day aud will
attract large numbers of that faith from
all parts of tbe United Btatea.
b any people from WLnstoo-Halem
generally attend tbe Sunday meeting
and next Sunday will not be an ezcrp
A M Scales, State Senator from Ouil
ford, declines to run again for tbe Sea
ate. His law partner, Mr. Sbaw, la
the democratic candidate for Judgeaud
Mr. Scales very roperly fives way tut
some other candidate.
THE SITUATION IS STILL
the Spanish Ministry and
So delinite information haslietii
T'HK OIUMIANS IIKKK.
I They Are on Their Way to tin-
A chapter of orphans of the Oxford
i Orphuu Asylum arrived iu the
this morning from Thoinusville, where
they gave au enterUinment last uiglit
Tlxtif liava keeu huveiling 6f
state for tbe past two weeks, aud will
uot go back to Oxford uutil the Hlti ot
Seplember. They are in charge of M r
Will X Coley and Miss Eva Minor,
who is music teacher at the asylum.
They will leave ou the 5::U traiu this
evening for Mocksville, where they
will take a prominent part iu the Ma
sonic exercises at that place tomor
row. Those w ho com pose the chapter are:
Misses Kutb Hen ton, Rachel Overman
Neva Ausbon, Li I lie Williams, Maude
Horton, Maggie Bell, Man "e Ilurton,
Velrua Pope, Tlma Kenuo, and Ma
ters Claude King and Sam Barbee.
They will return to Winstou ami
give an entertainment iu the Y M C A
auditorium on the night of the IHth
Wounded fcoltller YlMts Winston
Private Harwell 11. Bullock, of the
Ninth cavalry, (colored), spent last
night In this city aud left this morning
on tbe 10:.".U traiu for bis borne at Hen
derson, N. C. He tells a very inter
esting story about his service iu the
Culted States Army. He says he has
been In tbe army about twelve years ;
that hi) regiment was ordered from
Wyoming to Cuba ou May 20 ; that he
was wouuded Iu the charge of July 1st
ou Han Juau Ml, near Santiago, bya
piece of shell striking bg left hand and
cutting off oue tiuger ; and thit during
the battle be was robbed by tbe Cubans
of a watch, haversack, blanket and
about f-Vt Iu mouey. Bullock was a
sharpshooter and says he knows he
killed three Spaniards. Two he shot
out of trees .and oue ou the ground
He says tbe oue ou tbe ground bad
Ix an lost from his company and was
bidiug in the grass. Bullock, was i
near bhn when he fired that (he pow
der from his guu burued tbe Spaniard.
Winston 'District Conference.
Prof. Leou Cash, W T Fiend, K K
Crawford and O B Eaton are members
of the Winston district confereuce
which convenes at Advance tomoirow
niorning at 9 o'clock.
Drs. Kilgo, Peavwk, Crawford, T W
Laws, Kev Mr Journey and Prof Kirk,
headmaster of Trinity Hight School,
together with others, are expected as
visitors to tbe confereuce.
Tbe Journal office receives constant
enquiries for vacant dwellings. Some
people want one kind and some an
other. Winston-Salem la too large
place for tbe old village system of per
atnal knowledge of everything to be
arrogated by the editor. Ws need
more dwelling here or more advertis
ing of those that are empty.
the Red Torch of Carnage
The rtSsassin :lion of .John T.
Orr Uncages the D.mons
of D irkiit-ss and a
eUllHl OF CPUE SHEEPS IHE CTT
Hellish Hate G.okoo Death
Seven r:ons, Inelud
irij Two YVYmen.
Ci.AliK.xiHi.v, Ark., AtifMHt In. -Asa
t rani'" denouement to the assassination
of John T ( ur, a wealthy merehant, a
feu nights atfo, his w idow is dead iu
her cell, having isoiicd hcisclf. Five
negroes, twooftnem men, are hunting
from s tree near the railroad (rack,
I hey havii.g been lynched. Miss .Mor
ris, a Jewess, who was implicated in
the assassination, has disappeared. The
names of those lynched were Monscc
Castle, Dennis Kicord, Killa Neavei,
Will Saunders and Susie Jacohs, the
latter a cook in Orr's family. Oirwas
assassinated Saturday night at his
home after returning from choir pia
llee where his wife was organist. T!
crime was mysterious uuti( MissMci.i
told that she knew who tired the ital
shot. Tbe coroner's immet i suited
iu Mrs Orr's arrest and the i.egrocs.
It is charged that Mrs. Orr lured par
ties to commit the murder. Orr'.- life
was insured for lo,mH), He aud his
wife had lived unhappily together.
Saw the President to xccuro
Washington, August in. (' luiel
William l.amli and Attorney Mcin
tosh of Norfolk, called on ti e prcsi :
dent this morning In nchalf of Ihc !
Swede, Anderson, who was convicted
at Norfolk of the murder of the.captain 1
aud mate of the schooner Ohve Pecker. .
ou the high sens. The papers are i...w
ipefore the department of justice. The
president w ill give the a: t- lull consul
eralioli when the pacrs reach him.
Aswcrt .-1, Kussla Cnprepiired
LonikiN, August Id. Inferring to
tbe situation iu China in the house of
commons today, Sir Charles Dilke said
that Kussla was unprepared for war
and would make no move iu that di
rection until success was assured.
France ami Germany were closing the
doors nt their own spheres of influence
and enjoying the bencdis belonging to
G.eat Britain In other districts. He
declared that Cl-'na Would s sin liecomc
oue of a string of protected empires
surrendering to Russia.
Epidemic Ainoinfllie American
Han Fkaxcisxo, August Id. It is
reported that an epidemic of dsentery
bus hroken out smong the American
troops at Cavhe. One hundred aud
fifty cases ate reported.
The Greeusboro bar is soiuewhat
stirred up by a notice, received by the
clerk from Judge Timberlake to make
out a calendar lrom tbe cl.il docket,
that he will take the clerk's copy ami
try the cases as they come.
Colonel Morehead has been appoiuUd
by the bar to correspond w th the judge
and see if he cannot be induced to
change his miud. It Is said tbe costs
of w itneeats, etc, in the uew departure
will be something enormous.
Your Name, Please.
Some one haa sent os through i la
marl a notice of a political discussion to
be held at Stewart's, Iu Middlefork
township Saturday the 20, at 2 o'clock.
There is no name whatever sigued to
tbe notice and the writer will pleate
inform us it the same la authentic.
BEGLOUDED WITH EVASION
ion an ritiiiiatum Will he
ill Again Flame up the Sky.
i AN ULTIMATUM HAS BEEN. SENT TO SPAIN
the Terms Must lie Accepted or Rejected Immediately,
Otherwise all Wjroliiitiiais Will lie declared Dir.
' .--iiii. Au;. I'i. ri';i iiiinounccil ;tt two o'clock (hat
. 'iiIm- cdoi ( ' . ml.c.ii and Seci ct:ii Day had agreed up. in a jimIi l.
' mi! in al.t I M id rid t'ir uut hoi it to sign it liicli is cxpe tc 1 torn. r
! . Sccrclarv I .iy ad'niltcd tli il the cmlroversy i.- s:itisfac oril
sctlii'd and thai jieicc i iiiiuni .h is will soon In- appointed. It is
autiioi'i i,ely sl.ileil that Cu'iiIhui w.is iustrittik-.l to tell the .Madrid gov
ennnciit 111. it Ihc ;cnnol ! lie jir iloc d mils be a -Ciiteii ur icjected
immediately. It is iiitl.cnatiire.it an n't una! inn and unless 'autism
is insli iicled to agice to i! all negotiations are declared nil.
" s h i i , i i , Aug. in.- -Xiii.il aniiioi iiies have r.ictically abati
iMiued their iiitciiliou to advance Sairpviu ten niinilieis on accoanl of
the Santiago liatlic Tin., it is sid. is at Sampson's suggestion, as
controversy was feared. Dewey was only ad winced two tiuiiiliei-s on
account of (lie lull lie at Mat ila. Schley is also said to waive all claiic
to protnot ion oi, a unit id ihc present war. The intention to make
Sampson rear adtnii.il would jenp him over nine superior ollices and
i aise a light in congress and in (be city . Slialler decided to pioiimla
Saiiipson eight nuinlieis, S hlcy sU, make both rear admirals and pn -mote
Capl iiu Clark of the begun tie number more Ihan any olhcr cap
tain. I.ietitei' nit ( oininaniiei Waiuw right gets inoic numbers of pro
motion than am other ollicer
ilol. I Guests,
i lie Phoenix register shows tne fol
1 lowing: Alex It Pike, St Louis: S
' Hermann, I incinuall; It !' bevy, New
i VcrktJ'ralt Thompson Philadelphia:
K Willi'ighaiu, liicli'tioml: llowaro
' Sieriell, Greensboro; N Glenn Wil
liams, N ('; Chas i'lice, N C; L S
Voting, Kiclimoini, EC Schley, Balti
more: It X Mack tl, Wi'kcsiMiro: I)
Peacock, GreetislHiio:0 W Williams,
Uiclimond: E McK (umhIw in, Morgan
Ion: K F Mi Xier, Lynchliiirg, Gouge
i' (When, Wiliniii-'ton: I! 1 1 llarda
way, liiiiiiingliaiu, ( has Matthew , Jr.,
Those n-gislcn'r at the Jones are :
John K Makiu, N Y; F C SK tnvr,
oxford; J W Starr, Kuoxville; W II
Wood, cMy; Will X Coley, Misses Eva
Minor, iima t'unio, 1 I It -r Williams,
Nina Auslion. Mamie lloiioii, Velma
l'oie, Maude Morton, Kuih I'.i lltoii.
Itu liel Overman, Maggie Cell, Mastel
Claude King, Oxfoid Orphan A-ylutii:
A W Calhoun, Atlanta ; Jas I, Owens
Washington; 1, W SeaUilt, Wash.
O J Sheps rd, N C. J Gilmer Kernel,
lxernersxille; Swift Hooier, X ('; J I,
Patterson, North Carolina: J F Pear e.
GrecltslHiio; J E IoUlhil, Bower; Geo
M lie lleuhrand, Bniesvllle, Indiana; I'
I, Maylield, Kichuiond: J E Dent, Jr.
New Orleans; J no It Makiu, New York:
1 A Carter, N Y.
The Yadkla Kepiibllcan I leket.
The republicans of Yadkin county
held their convent ion yesterday. The
following ticket was iioininaled
House of representatives, II H Wil
llama, sheriff. A P Woodruff; clerk el
suierior court, W A Mall; treasurer, J
B i'ouli; register of deeds, J L Crater.
For lite lirst time iu several years the
familiar name of Mollon dia's not a -iearou
the county republican ticket.
. ;ol li ospects.
A chat with our business nieu Wtir
c 'iivince very man that trade isojsi'ii-
ing up in earnest and llie revival i f
business is much earlier than usual.
All signs Hint to an immense tiadc
for Winston this fall. The sale of ill.
proved farm implements now alon
JHlillt to tliis.
I'mler N'cjfro Iliile.
Yesterday's Wilmingion pap; rs ga' e
an account ofeight luiiglarn s in th.
city of the night before and the it:,
tiefore, several thefts and hiitlma.
robberies were n porliii. Si t.-rril.ic
tlie stale of atlairs in that c lion H.i
papers are advising llie she! gun I
With the Right Rev Samuel Small's
(laugh er oil tbe stage iu a pfayhourv,
doing tbe part of Juliett in tights, w list
next? Maybe, according to bis Idea,
she can wear them mote gracefaiiy
than some other mail's daughter. You
k no there is good deal in that, as
she remarked about tbe tights.
The revenue collectious today areas
follows: -Wsr stamps, $7.MI ; spirits
stamis, $106.70; tobacco stamps, t,
o91.W ; toUl $i,0!4.6i
Thundered in the Ears of
Suporlor Coui't. v
l lie ease of llodglu vs the bank w as
iMiicludtd this morning, Cupt ( lias
Prn-e milling the closing aigument.
The jury has uot yet agreed ujKin the
The t ase of J F Kerner, administra
tor ol li li Kernel', vs the lioslon Col
luge Company is now on trial and is
a suit to tent the validity of a lax title.
Mess is Watson, Buxton .V Watson,
Chas Price aud George Pell appeal for
the plaintill's, aud Jones A i'au is.:i
aud Glenn i .Manly for the defendents.
The case is a veiy lniirlaut one aud
w ill piobably take all tomorrow .
f led Tise, we are informed, is ma -tied.
Me aud his I. ride relumed to the
city last evening from Hall in. He
says he was married Sunday night o
Miss ( anie Few ler, of Halion.
( losing Quotations: by I'rlvale
WIiv to W. A. rortornchl A Co.
W. A. Pone, held A Co.. comiuis-iinu
broker-, aittrv.) lis who liie following
closing ipioiailoos of the New Yoik
Stock EAchane and llie Cliicago
Board oi" 1 .ade :
Tlie following are the closing ipioia
tious of llie T ew York Snsk Ex
change: Nkw Yokk,
Aug 10, 'ss.
Alch., Top. k Sauta Ke
C. anil O. k
I 'Inc., Bur. aud 'Jumcy
, Chicago 'ias 1
Delaware ami Hudson
Ihst'r and Cattle Feed
' General Electric
Missouri and Pacific
Noi di western
Noiiheru Pacific Pr.
New Yo ., ( erural
- !;, iiami
Soiuueru K'y Pr.
1 en u. Coat' aud Irou 17 1
Texas Pacilic i:4j
t . S. a hi her Pielerreil 7 !
Wei-ier Ciiicil lei. i-ii
( 'iitton, Scjt .
" Al.gUst 0"'X4
' Mepl. "s.Vi
" O.H. r. 8 4
' Nov. .V.9
' Iks-. ,V.4(-j
" Jail j!l7(
The following are Hie eloslug imcia
tioue of tbe Chicago Board of Trade:
CmicaiH), Aug HI, 'WJ.
W beat. Sept d
' llee 14;
" Sept i-2i
" Dec :v.j
- Aug LH
:' Dec H-i
" Sept i S
" Iec Ml
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