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FEW OUtiRAL GUABAITEES THE
To make room for
our new stock, I will
offer during first ten
days in September our
entirv line of PIC
lUPESat half price.
D. H. BROWDER,
ftaeeeamtr to Juatlce Jt Browdet.)
Winston, N. C.
. LIMIT, President.
JAS. . GRAY- Cashier. -
For Rent, the Following Houses.
7 Room House, Hum ml t Btnct.
7 Room House, Boulevard,
7-Koouu House, Spring Street,
10 Room Houm, Liberty, Htreet.
Room House, Liberty Htreet.
Two 7. Room .Houses, Main Htrefcl.
JAM KB H. DUNN,
Real Estate. Ageut.
H. Montague, Att'y
1 Real Estate & Loan Agent,
. WINSTON, N. C.
Reel state for sale or leul. Loan
negotiated". Fifteen ycais experleuee.
jiitentate phoue 3-.
For Sale or Exchange,
A Nice Lot of Horses,
Huilnlile for Draft or Pleasurr
Vehnle. JSplcndid iiyt lor Hue
Day hi Night. ISee rue, I can suit
J. E.ZEIQLER, Prop.
Bkix Phomk 205.
ftw Style Lam
"2 12 CENTS.
At 8 O'clock,
x MY ENTIRE - STOCK
! SUMMER , GOODS..!
.'.,? WiI4 DlSPOeEO OF
Regardless of Cost I
Don't Put It OfT.-but Come
at.Once aud Secure Bargains.;
FALL AND WINTER '98 and 9
ALL STYLES, ALL PRICES
Values Never. Better.
Styles Never Better.
Wo Can Please
Young or Old
Large or Sma
Rich or Poor.
NECKWEAR just re
Wc have some tilings for
J. M. WOODRUFF & COT
Hats and Men's Furnishing-.
GROWTH OF THF
arid Trust Company.
Winston N. C,
Since Orsanization, Jnne 15, 1893.
w m 17
laon 16, im
luns 15, IWi,
iuo 15, im.
June 15, tm
MM Li IflU Com,
WIN8TON, N. C,
The Best and Most RellabU
Trust Company In the State.
Does a General Banking Business.
Pays Interest on Deposits.
Solicts Your Business. 11
Ice Cream Soda
Ma. e from Pur. Fresh, Un
diluted Cream from Dr.
Thompson's Farm. All Cold
Thompson's Soda Fount.
The Crown Jewels,
But I Have Oems Thtt
Would .Ornament a
Solid and Heavy Plated Grid
Jewelry, as Pietty and as
Catehy-as the- Most-
SKiIKkJ Attbt- :
Gold and Silver Watches,, Chains,
Kings and Pendants inKicu
Profusion i See me and I
will sell you. Watches
repaired on abort
C. N; Brown.
Liberty Street, two dooM atov Fa-m-
; WATKINSA CONRAD,
And Dealers In Dental Supples.
Office Upper Main Street, - Salem,
"Phone, J ii ton tats 00, Bell pa.
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TllC MISS "IllfCrS SCIlOOl.l
Fall Term Begins 5cpt 5, '9?,
Mlaa Pbifer will be at ber home, 523
Cherry street, and will be glad to re
eefye applicant for admission to the
Surgeon General 'Ayman Ad
mits There are Three
Cases at Montauk.
NO NEW CASES VP 10 Ml TIM
ThereMs no Fear That There
There Will be Any Spread
of the Disease.
Washington, Aug. 80. Hurgeou
Ueueral Wyman of the marine hos
plta service admits there are Ihrtv
biases of yellow fever at Montauk
which landed froiu the transports, but
no additional cases are reported up to
today at uoou. The eases are in an
kolated camp and the aurgeou fear no
danger of spreading. Two cases al
Franklin, la, were reported doing
nicely, which the marine hospital mir-
gon Kalloch ordered from Key W'eM
to Franklin, l,a. .
One of 111 DcucMuliiiiiK WiiiiIk'
lis Hemovcd From Haviiuu to
N pill it.
Wahhino-imx, Aug. HO. Cou n I
DeLas 1 nfantas, one of the descendant
of Christopher Columbus, mxym a letter
received lu Washington toduy from
Madrid, lias held a conference with
Henor Hagasla, tagging him that the
remains of his illustrous aucestor be
transported Immediately from Havana
toHpaln and re-Interred In the royal
chajielat Madrid with full honors ot
an admiral ol the royal Hpanlsh navy,
the highest rank held by him In hi
life time. Count Delias Infantas Is
anxious that the government sdould
undertake at once the removal and1
does not think that any objection will
be offered by the United Stares govern
ment to tbl plan; but if so, he begs
that this privilege lie made oue of the
condition of peace terms, to be ttrmly
impressed upon the peace commis
sioners. HDITOKH FIOIIT A DUKI,.
They Him KxehaiijrtHl Two
Miotaand Wore Krviiarliitf lor
Another Hound When Offi
cers Appeared ) ami htd
VitKhKuku, Miss., Aug. 81. -Hon.
C'baa. E. Scott, editor of The Jtohvar
(Jouuty of The Vlckaburg Dispatch,
met ou the field of honor today, and
exchanged two shots each. The duel
lists were lived lor a'thlrd shot, when
offlotn appeared on the scene and
stopped the battle. The difficulty
arose out of an .editorial controversy
on riu failure of the Koaedale Bank.
The Olivette Sunk.
Fkhnahdina, Aug. 31. The tram
port Olivette mysteriously aauk al the
wharf here this morning, thirty-live
members of the hospital corps and 45
or the crew escaped unhurt, but scantily
Col. Henderson' Affliction.
Mrs. L. S. fienbow, of Wilkettboro,
only child of CoL W F. Heuderaqiij of
Lexington, filed a petition in a special
proceeding asking for the anointment
of a guardian for ber father. Yester
day a jury of 12 deoi ired tbat be la not
competent to transact business sud
take care of bis property, Col. Heu
dersen baa long been a remarkable
character in many respects. He seems
now to be a mental wreck. His physi
cal health Is poor but be Is seen on the
street e;eyday -add drlviag :'4 bis
farms, .Col, Henderson's personal
friends will grestly regret to hear of
A Birthday Party.
The entertalament given last night
by M Artie Fulbrlgbt, of Salem, in
honor of ber 21st birthday was a pleas
ant occasion. About 80 young people
were present who amused themselves
with various games. , Refreabmeiits
were also nerved and greatly enjoyed
by all. Miss Artie was the recipient f
some Very handsome presents.
Return In the Morning.
Captt Becsent who has been at home
on a furlough for several days, leave
in the morning to Join his regiment at
Jafasoavllle. ...The Captains numerous
b for him and his Winston
boys a safe deliverance from the mala
ria and the insurgents and Ine Span-
lards and the heartless American g.v-j
em men i contractors in uuds. - "
Tb company baa been Very fortu
nate so far, Cspt. Bessent remarked
IlfEI I 1
that In- hal enjoyed hugely hi" trip
home liut that having nothing lo do
but talking with old friends hall be
come monotonous to one of his stlrriug
make up and he bad begun to long for
camp duties agaiu. We wish him
(lod speed on bis journey.
TOLD THAT HE MltiHT DIE.
Wlille Speaklna Ex-Judgre Boy.
kin Was Warned By a Hearer.
'the death of Judge Hoyktu was a
great shock to me," said Holicitor Pou,
who came to llalelh with the remain
Hunday. "I wss with liim nearly all
the day Friday Just Wore his death.
He was in fine spirits and he went to
. the speaking at Peacock 'a Cross Uoad
together. He spoke two hour. It
waata great speech calm, dispassionate
but very eflecilve. He heU theoruwd
motion lesa in their seats almost during
his entire speech.
"Just aa he waa concluding, be said i
"My frieuds, I must apologi.e to you
for this eitbrt. It is the second political
te4'h I have attempted to make in 14
vears, t,ut I beg to assure you it will
1101 oe my last.'
'Mr. Harry Johnson, su old man
just HO, was sitting near by, and said:
'You should-oat Hay that Judge.'
"Why," said Judge Hoykiu.
"Because,' said Mr. Johnson, 'you.
may die tomorrow.'
"That is true, my old friend said
I lie judge; 'but If I am to die tomorrow
my love for my state is so great that I
must try and speak agalu today.'
"Little did the crowd dream that
the speech they had jimt heard would
be the last to fall troui the Hps of this
gnMl man. lie was an able and hu
mane judge, and the slate sustains u
great lost in his death.
. "Hlsllue oration, delivered as by one
wh was performing aui!,,lmporlaut
duty, made au Impression on (host!
who heard It which will last for years
to come." Morulng Poet.
Not l'eace uud Harmony.
All Is not peace aud harmony anions
the lepubllcans of Yadkin county.
Knobs, one of tl.o strongest rcpuhli
lirau towushipN In the county, has been
d(Mng the voting, but has not had a
representative on the ticket for minic
time, This year she had a candidate
for register of deeds, but he failed to
get the uomlnatlou.Tbls made .Kuobs
people mad aud one of the leading re
publicans in that lowushlp has au
uouiiced himself an Independent re
publican candidate for the legislature.
If the democrats will put up some gx d
man old Yadkin may have a demo
crat to represent ber lu the next legis
lature. Our New Policemen.
The newly elected policemen were
sworn in by Mayor (lorrell at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in the mayor's court
They are ai
(hid No), J
Cofer No 3, J
I'eary No 7,
follows: F (1 Crutch
T Thompson No 2, J J
A Thomas No 4, W T
J li Miller No 8, K I.
I Iced No 0.
Mr C A Pratt No 6 has been serving
for several weeks.
Mr O W Hauner has been serving as
No 0 but tbat place will be vacant after
today. Mr Hanner having sent In his
9100,000 Humajre In rUttiilry.
A very . disastrous freshet visited
Stanly county last week and the loss
of property is generally estimated at
1100,000. The Albemarle Enterprii-e
saya Mr J P FJlrd, of Eflrd's Mills, had
a cotton gin aud saw mill, with engine
and boiler, together with a number of
bales of cotton to wash down the
creek; most of the cotton haa been
recovered. The grain and aaw mill of
Solomon Plees-aud the -Barbee-mlll
sud dam, lu Big Lick township, were
entirely washed kwy. Salisbury HUU7
National Encampment G
' Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ou account of the above meutlnued
tioued occasion, the Southern Hallway
will ell tickets from Winston-Salem,
N. C, to Cincinnati, Ohio, and- return
at the exceptionally low rate of 110.90.
Tickets to be sold September 8 and 4,
with Anal return limit September liitb,
1898. ..For further information please
call on or address, '
Chakles BiJyOBU, Ag't.
T . Southern Ballw iy Co.
Kx press Company Must fay.
The North Carolina Railroad Com
mission, w bicb Is in session at Raleigh;
decided yesterdsy that the Soutbt-rq
Exprsss Company shall pay the war
stamp 1 tax ou all packages. Tbs order
goes Into effect September IS, and the
penalty for failure to'eon. ply was fixed
at 160. It Is thought the express com
pany will obey the order, t "
The Hhell Exploded.
While out shooting bat last evening
Carl Harris inet with a painful acci
dent. He wss trying to , put a shell
into hi gun when It exploded premsi
turely, burning,' " : hie fsce and
one band.1 A byslclan attended to
bis wants snd be wll probably be al
right lo a few days. -
Illl H IB
Two Soldiers Die From Gross
Neglect at Dunn Lor
Had Fever Two Weeks Be
fore the Surgeons Were
Hafkaui, N Y, Aug 31. Nathaniel
Warner dead and Clayton Pol ley dytug
as the result of ueglect at Duun Lorlng
hospital.. Both men belonged to the
tioth New Yirk and reached the cliy
yesterday 011 hoapltal train. They tell
bard stories of ueglect, almost inhuman
treatment by nurses ;uti others at
Dunn Loring. When Policy's cast-
was finally brought before the surgeons
everything Knible was done for htm.
Hurgeons- nay he had typhoid iwo
weeks before they were notified.
ANULO-AMKItlCAN TBI'S 1.
It Will Control the Male ot hew
ing Mac blue mill AH Kinds ol
London, August 31. The rit" Jaiuen
Oazette this arteruooii sas It Is re
ported on the stock exchange that an
Auglo-Auiercen trust, to control the
output and Bile of sewiiiK machine,
knitting machine aud all other kiuds'
of needles Is being formed. Several
America 11 and two Midland firms are
reHirted lo have sold their busl liens to
the combination. The capital,, it is
further announced, will be $7,500,0imi,
divided Into preferred and ordinary
Will Make Helectloua Tomorrow
Mahkio, Aug. 81. Sagasta adheres
to his statement that the peace com
missioner arebot appointed but se lec
tions will be, made by the cnliiuet
tomorrow. The commission will lie
men well acquuahi ted with the inter
uatioual law and military a Hairs h ml
l'hilllpiues. The choice de(euds
largely uHu the latter qualification.
The Idea Unfavorable.
Hllu.lN, Aug 31 Cologne Uazetle
saysUermauy has already manifested
to Russia a willingness to support the
Caar's scheme of universal disarms
meut. Papers say France unfavorable
Npunledi Hteaiuci-M Heleused.
New Yokk, Ainj. 31. The Si anish
prize steamers, Miguel Jovar andCat
allna was released today by a prize
court and will sail for Spain today from
The Clark-Kllgo Affair.
The Clarke-K I Igo Investigation came
up late yesterday afternoon before the
board of trustees of Trinity College, at
A considerable mass of testimony
will be gone Into in the bearing of the
Investigation. A large number of
depositions will be read. Ever thing
bearing on the matter will be carefully
gone into snd weighed in s fair and
Impartial msnuer. Fair treatment and
equal aud exact justice to both sides
will be given. " -
The Investigation will probably be
Democratic (Senatorial Conven
tion. The democratic convention for the
2(1 th senatorial district composed of the
counties of Rowan, Davidson and For
syth will be held af -the court bouse lu
Lexington,-Davidson couuty, ou Satur
day tbs 17th dsy of September, lMfM,
at 12 o'clock, for toe purpose of nomi
nating two candidates to represent said
district in the next genersl assembly
snd for the transaction of such other
business as msy properly corns before it.
By order of the committee.
T. C. Robbins,
Aug. 22, '08 Secretary.
All business men are requested to
carry s two month supply of envelopes
to Stewart Bros printing office where
an advertisement for the fair will be
prlutod jM the back free of charge, I
wouldocall for tbem but haven't time.
E Webb, Secretory.
Mr. S. 8. Simmons, the bffud lawyer
aud author, wbo has been at the Phot,
nix several days, dlaposiug ot his book,
"A Solution of the Race problem," lett
forSailsboryyeslerdayr. Mr. Simmons
says he wss delighted with the people
1f Winston-Salem snd almost over-
wlw- nied by their kindness, cordiality
and sympathy. HeaskeiTiiK Joi k
nai. to convey to them hi- warm ap
preciatlon or t heir attention, both so
cial and financial.
No (Stamp or License.
As a result of a recent ruling no rev
enue stamp will, in the future, be re
quired ou marjiage.
Since tlie war revenue act went into
efiect ministers aud magistrates have
been required to place a ten cent stamp
on the license when It was returned to
the register of deeds. In many Instances
the officiating person was out just that
much 88 he got nothing for his ser
vices. The recent rullug .referred to above
statea that stamps are required only on
wrltteulcertltlcates given by the min
ister to the parties married.
At Pittsburg It oa ton 8, Pittsburg 0.
At Cincinnati Philadelphia 9, Cin
At lioulsvllle Louisville 4, Balti
At Chicag Chicago 1, New York 0.
8TANIIINII OK TIIK CM'UH.
Won liOMt P C
Hoston 71 40 40
Clncinnat 72 4S (J2H
Baltimore 7 40 2ii
Cleveland 115 4H 5H
Chicago 34 m AH I
New York 03 M 6 2
Pittsburg.,... 6 59 4H7
Philadelphia 52 50 4SI
lAiuisvllle 40 HN 40-t
Itrooklyn 42 05 HMH
WashlkgtoH 40 71 HtUI
Ht liouls 32 Ha 2SI
A lillud I'lHMllity.
Hosa Mcpatiiel, a blind colored girl
of uuiiMial musical talent, will give an
entertainment tomorrow night at the
First lluptift colored church. (She has
given entertainments lu ditlerent parts
of tie state aud has in a 1 1, cases given
the most perfect satisfaction. (She Im
traveling In charge of Itev A U Battle
Held who Is endeavoring to raise money
to assiat iu building a larger bouse for
the accommodation ot pupils at Hldge
ville Academy. Admission KMp.
lb-served seats for white people.
The VVlluiliiKto i Kxcurslou.
MesHlck's excursion train to VVil
mlugton was well loaded by the time
It reached Walnut t'ove yesterday. It
was joined there by a big train of ex
cursionists fom Mt Airy aud luteriut
riiate (Hilnts. Kvery station to Greens
boro contributed a number aud it leli
Ureeusboro with a large addition of
lilted cars. We hope they arel today
fully enjoying the saline surrrouudiuM
of a salubrious environment.
Let Usi Know.
We invite an expression of opinion
lu Thk Jouhnai.'h columns on the
following propositions :
Itesolved that we need su arc light
Ist.Ou Trade street, midway between
4;li and nth streets.
2nd. At the Norfolk & Western
3rd. In East Winston.
Please write your sentiments or
either one or all of tile's! questions.
Avoid the UiihIi.
The Halem Female Academy bad
quite uu in ber of visitors this morn
ing. They were mostly local patrons
of the academy aud were consulting
Prof Clewell alsiut sending their
daughters there i uring the coming
session. The local patrons would do
well to call at the academy otllce as
early as possible as Prof Clewell will
be very busy after the boarders begin
-jThere will be regular prayer ineeling
services at Ceuteuary church tonight.
The Junior Kpwortb League of Cen
tenary church will give a lawn party
tomorrow nltfht, from ,1 to 11 o'clock,
ou the lawn In front of Dr. Creasy 's
reslceni-e on Iiitierty street. Huper
will be served for 25 ceuts.
Messis A C Vogler & Sou have se
cured two spaces for their exhibit ut
the Tobacco Fair lu November. These
gentlemen have reason to believe that
they derived much benefit from their
exhibit last year. We think it a good
thing aud believe If our merchants
svsll theinselvee of It that good result
- Our subscribers will please report to
Tub Jouhnai office promptly any
neglect on the part of t be carrier to
properly deliver tbelr paper., it la the
purpose of the manager, to have tl e
papers delivered as promptly as possi
ble and we shall appreciate your re
porting soy ueglect.
Mr. Mat Manly, of Newbern, N C, is
pending. some day here with bis
brother, Mr. ,Clemeut Manly. Mr.
Msnly is an ex-post msater of Newbern,
having served under both terms of idr.
Cleveland. He made for the people of
the Elm City a most excellent post
master, giving entire satisfaction. - He
If splendid gentleman of rare attain
ment, and ws glsd'y welcome him in
bis brief visit to our city. .
The Porto Rican Commisskjn
Expected to Sail This
To Inaugurate an American
System of Postoffices
in Porto Ric7
Nkw Yokk, August HI. Admiral
Hehlcy started for Bnxiklyju this morn
ing to board the transport Seueca with
the Porto Rlcao commission, wblcrr
expeclH to sail thia afternoon for San
Juan. The Heueca also carries 50 post
oltlce clerks, who will inaugurate an
American system of post offices in the
Island, also five army paymasters, 42
trained nurses, uuder Dr. Anita New
comb McGee, who Is the first woman
commissioned as surgeon. Thirty of
the nursed are women..
Relieved White Will Accept.
Ci.kn ki.ani), )., Aug. 31. iSecretary
Day and Justice White saw Presidedt
MeKlnley 'ast night. Day went to
Canton aud White to Washington, It
Is tielieved White will accept the peace
commimioiierslilp. The President
g(;s to Canton tomorrow, thence to
New York aud Montauk camp.
Bound Over to Court.
Jerry Puryear waa ijp liefore, Mayor
Hutnerat 2 o'clock this afternoon at
the mayor's court room iu Halem, on
the charge of stealing goods from the
vacant bouse of the late C 8 Hauser.
I'uryear was bound over to the superior
court in a bond of $50, iu default of '
which he was placed lu jail.
John II. (Small, a prominent attor
tey of Washington, was unanimously
nominated for Congress in the first
district convention in Edeu ton yester
day. Mr. (Small Is the former law
partner of Judge Itrowu and will give
Hkiiiner a lively race,
Niiilre Leliuiau'a Court.
Hqulra P T Lehmau tried Will Swing
this afternoon ou the charge of cruelty
ty annuals. Judgmeut was suspended
ou payment of the costs.
A A Watsoh, of the Twin City Con
struction Co., returned thi morning
from Greensboro aud (Salisbury, where
he has beeu speudiug his vacation.
Closlutf Quotations by Private
Wire to W. A. Portartteld Co."
W. A,, Portorfleld 4 (X)., commission
brokers, furnish us with the following
closing quotations of the New York
Stock Exchauge sud the Chicago
Hoard of Trade :
The following are the closing quota
tloua or the New York Stock Ex
chauge: Nkw Yohst, Aug 31, '08.
American tobacco i 144)
Atch., Top. & Santa Fe Sti
B. A O.
C. aud O. 23
Chic, Bur. aud Quiucy Uui
Chicago Gas - 1 07 J
Delaware aud Hudaou
Dlst'r and Cattle Feed
Geueral Electric 42
Jersey Ceutral . WO)
1-ouisvllle aud N aabville 6W, -
MauhalUii Elevated t
Missouri and Pacific 30
Met. Traction 151
iSurthern Faoirte Pr. 77
New York Ceutral 118
Pacific Mail ' 33t
Bock Island 105
Southern R'y Pr. 3f
St Paul 112
Sugsr trust - 143
Teuu. Coal aud Iron 31,
Texas Pacific 16
II. S. Leather Preferred 11
Wester Unlou Tel. t)3
Wabash Pr. 23,
" Sept. &48
" Oct. &63
" Nov. o5ti(
" Dec. 650
" Jan 668
Tlie following are the closing quota
tions of the Chicago Board of Trade:
CHICAUO, Aug 31, 98,
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