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Dec. 15, 1898, edition 1 /
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VOL. 2 NO. 118.
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. THURSDAY. DKCKMHHK
THE-JOURNAL GUARAKTEE8 THE LAMEST MraUfflM OF AMY PAPEB CIBCULATED 1 WiMSTTOW-SALEM, SSSEfflFFll BOOKS MT(0) ALL FOB INSPECTION
In fine leather goods, iu combination
pocketboofca, tablets aud pads. Our
stock of albums, aud handsomely
bound and Illustrated books, juvenile
b-kg make gifts that the cullivatived
appreciate as Xmas souveuirs.
D. H. Browder,
.Successor to Justice & Browder.)
Winston, N. C.
W. A. UMLY, President
JAS. A. GRAY. Cashier.
H. Montague, Att'y 1
IiANI) lATlLV AGENT,
WINBTON, N. C.
Hudml lKi and land for sale, rant or ex
ebtuca. Loan negotiated ; large or mall
amount. Interstate phone XL
are here. We shall
be glad to have you
come and see them.
South pide Court Houae Bquare.
Of 10 Per Cent, on All Goods.
The eDtire Btock, comprising all the latest styles iu bilks,
Crepons, Covert Cloth, Ladies' Cloths, Broadclol hs, HenriettaH,
all grades,-Serge, Cashmere, Cheviots, Outing Calicoes, Ging
hams, &o., Ladies' Dress and Underskirts, from the cheapest to
the best silk; Ladies' Cloaks, all styles and prices, in both jack
ets and capes; Ladies' Muslin Underwear, this line is complete
and would ask your careful inspection of it.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Wools aud Cottons. ' Dcn't fall
to look st the children's Bleeping suits, something new. iiosiery aie of
th most complete lines ever brought to the city. Reduction applies to
them also. Ladles' Neckwear This jlne is complete and tall the latest
up-to-date styles In Ties and Bows are to be found. Be sure and see this
Hne. Window Shades, Laos Curtains, Poitiers, Cortain Pples, In beau
tiful designs. Would call your special attention to-these. A Job lot of
.Ladies' Kid Gloves, slightly damaged, 60 cent per pair. These are reg
ular h00 gloves. Remember I am sole ageut for the P. Centerlml kid
gloves, the best glove made. Remember this reduction applies to entire
stock of goods, ' j t .
Will open DeoemberlOtb a beautiful line of Xmas goods. Don't buy
till you set my stock. . - .
' CORNER LIBERTY
We cordially invite those who
contemplate changing their old
L'NIIKIIWKAII for new to call
at our store at once. You w ill
appreciate the goods and price.
Hee our Hats and Kurnishlugs.
Will please examine our Xmas
presents for their fathers, broth
ers, husbands and friends:
Cloves, Mulllers, I' inbrellm.
Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs, Sus
penderH, Ac. Tblugs useful and
J. M. WOODRUFF & CO.,
) Iut and Men's Furnishing-.
GROWTH OF THE
and Trust Company.
Winston N. C,
Since Orsanizatiou, Jnntx.15, 1893.
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WINSTON, N, C,
The Best and Most Reliable
Trust Company In the State.
Does a Oeneral Hanking Business.
Payg Interest on Deposit.
Solicti Your Business.
Building and Loan
FOURTH SERIES NOW OPEN.
First Payment Called tor Dee. 1.
Thla Association offers llrst class
faellltleB to borrowers at very low rat-s
of Interest, and to inventors an
aoaolutelv safe uml prolllablc Invest
ment. To salaried men and wage
earners who desire to lay up a few dol
lar each month for the inevitable
"rainy day," it" advantages are
A home Institution managed by
home triple. G. A. EOliDIN,
Hec. and Treac.
DJKECTOUS. J. C Muxton, Dr. J.
F. Hhatlner; J. W. Shipley, W. A.
Wbitaker, H. K. Aden, Joe- Jacobs, W
T. Vogler, G. A. Folliu.
AND THIRD STS.
The Value of the Interstate
Phone to be Greatly Kuhaneetl
C K Egau, geueral manager of the
I titers. ate Telephoue and Telegraph
Company, arrived iu the city this
uioruing from Durham. He will leave
tonight but will return iu a few days
and give the local system a complete
overhauling and put in new metallic
circuits, cables, etc He will bring
back with him a large force of bands to
do the work. Work will lie beguu at
once on the line rroui tula city to
OretDsboro. Mr Kgau aaya he regret
that he baa not had an opportunity
until now to make the necessary re
pairs to our local system, but that the
entlie construction force haa been
engaged in'lnatalling a iuev system at
Raleigh, lie assure ua that the neces
sary work here will be done at once.
The line from Mocksvtlle to this city
will be connected with the Interstate
oltlce here on tomorrow evening aud
Interstate subscribers will theu be able
to talk free of extra charge with the
towns of Mocksvllle, Hallsbury, Con
cord, Albemarle, Charlotte and other
smaller towns. a
The line from Mocksvllle to tbla city
is a private line owned by Horn Bros
A Johnston, an enterprising firm of
AM, NEXT WEEK.
m (vf the I'eriichi-lleldeiii
This well known company opeus up
a i a. urn engagement at the Armory
Hull next i onduy to remain among
us once moic for a whole week. None
of the plays we saw bjfore will lie
repealed. New ones entirely are to be
seen with the pretty drama, "Only a
lH'acksmllli's Daughter," for the open-
ing bill. Chelao Peruchl, the favorite
omedian, will appear Iu a great com
edy role with Mlas Kl la lie 1411 i as a
heroine. All the old favorite will
agiiln appear, Including the clever
Carleton sitters. The same prices aa
before will prevail, viz, 10, 20 aud 80
cents. The best seals In the bouse
being for 110 cents. Heaaou tickets are
now issued aud can be bought for $1.60
en tiding the holder to witness the play
every night and matinee during the
whole engagement with a reserved
seat. These tickets are transferable to
any friend, a member of a family, aud
save about 2A per cent. A list of the
houses handling the season tickets can
lie seen by referring to Peruchl-Ueldeul
Co's advertisement. These tickets will
only be sold up to 6 o'clock Monday
The following Is the sylabus' of the
decision of the supreme court In the
case of Reiner vs Boston Cottage Co.,
In the superior court the ruling of
the judge was adverse to the defendant
The supreme court' decision will
give the defendant the benefit of a new
The case was argued Iu Raleigh by
Messrs Watsou, liuxton & Watson on
one side and Gleun &, Manly ou the
Kerner vs Cottage Compauy, from
l'Yrsyth. Tax must be paid In
Defendant claims the land by virtue
of his purchase under a sale for taxes
and the sheriff's deed, and plalutlll
insists that the taxes were paid before
the sale by an airangemeut whereby a
promissory note was given to tbe
sheriff for the taxes aud the sheriff
ugreed not to sell;
Held, that this was not a payment.
A tax collector has no right to receive
anything in payment of taxes except
legal tender money, unless be be In
structed by coniel6Ut authority to
take county script or other lawful
Indebtedness for county taxes.
Mr. W Wettleeon, president of the
New York &. New Jersey Land aud
4 iithprov8f!iiHilCjiiumi left last night
foi the North 011 an extended trip to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia
aud New Yoik.
Mr. Wettleson Is called on this trip
for the purpose of closing up several
large manufacturing deals with a view
to locating their factories on Sherwood
The company has received a number
of very promising propositions- snd
from all indications a number of facto
ries will be in active operation on Sher
wood Heights by spring.
The United States is expanding and
Wlnaton-Haiem la Just going to keep
up with the procession.
Something for You Friends.
It la bearing the birthday of tbe
Princeof Peaor; It is at this holy season
that one Is impressed with a desire to
give to some friend or relative some
thing as a memento, a reminder of our
high esteem, our tender love. And
while looking around for some suitable
place where we can select an appro
prlate gift we know of none where can
be found articles In better taste for
presents than at the jewelry establish
ment of Messrs W T Vogler A Son.
Thla II rm keeps a large stock, amoug
which may be found many articles
that appeal to the most rellned tasle
and the most teudei sentiment. I It
au elegaut ring you wish ret w ith din
mouds, set with 1 utiles, opal", emerald,
or pearls, is It a lieautifuly i-IiummI
silver cup Inlaid with gold, is it Mhci
ware of any aud every kiud aud hiihI
lty for table or toilet use, is it any of
the hundreds of jnettv.UM.ful, orna
mental aud valuable articles that help
to make the tremendous and well
selected stock of this substantial and
reliable firm, if it be eive them a
finance to show it to you, a chance to
uame a tempting price for it.
It will le worth your time to see
them and look through tluii two
VALUABLE CONTUI III' I'lONS
To the North C'uiollna Itooin In I
the Confederate Mui-eiun at I
The annual meeting of t tic Confed
erate Memorial and I. id rary Hocicty i
was held iu Richmond, Ya, last we, k. t
A large part of the session w as devoted 1
to tbe reception of the reHiits of 1 1 it-
vice regents for the different slates and 1
the eoinmlltc s. These show I hut I lie '
society has made reiuaikulileaud rapid
The vice regent for Noith t'liiolina
made the following report:
NOKTII CAKOI.INA ttooM.
The North Carolina Knnni iu the
past year has received some valuable
contributions In oil paint lugs and ol her
relics. Mrw. llranch lias completed lla
collection iu honor of her husband
Gen. I, (I'll llruuch, bv a life sl.cd
iKirtralt of him. In this collection ate
original dispatches to him from (icn
A handsome oil poll not of Col r'niiiU
M Parker, the oldest living Conlederal"
in North Carolina ban been giveubv
his sou, Mr. F M Parker, Jr, aud Muj.
Win. Burnett. This was presented by
Dr. Hunter McGuire, an old friend,
aud received In behalf of the Museum
by Dr. J Allison Hodges, a sou of the
Old North State.
Valuable naiiers have been received
from Mrs. Kate VV Lee a picture of her
husband, aim ins sword auu pistols.
The cap of Col. William Haunde..,
chief of artll ery 011 the stall of Gen.
Joseph IS Johnston, is placed here aud
there are promises of other portraits
A collection of dltlercnt newspapers
published uuriug the war are interest
ing. '1 hj North Carolinians of Rich
mond have been most lioeral and in
terested In this work, which, with (lie
generous donation of our public sptr
lied Juliau Carr, has placed the room
out of debt, and a small balance In
It is due to posterity thut this room
should hold not only relics of the
North Carolina soldier, who served so
nobly Iu the Confederate .army, but
pictures should lie there, and records of
their services should be place I on lile
In the Confederate Memorial Mall, in
the Confederate capital, w heisall may
see (hem. M HH. K. T. I i ito 1 n a ,
Vice Regent for North Carolina.
A Double MariiaK'
The following invitations were Im-ucd
Mr. and Mis It. P. Welnler
give iu inai 1 lane I hi ll
. Addle May
Milton Vergil Miller,
Arthur A. MeCrary,
Thursday afternoon Decemler
Eighteen hundred aud nlnelj -tight,
at the First Baptist China li,
Winstrai, N. C.
The pleasure of your presence is desired.
No cards In the city.
State Committee to Meet.
The Deiuocrtic Stale Central aud
Executive Committee has been called
13" UifeetTu Raleigh Dccciulwr i7lrt
The call was issued yesterday after
noon by mate unairuiaii nimmous.
The meeting will be held the night of
tbe 2' lb.
Important matters of great Interest
will be considered at the meeting.
It will be the first gathering of the
committee since tbe splendid victory
Tbe Christian Endeavor exercises at
Calvary church last night Mere well
attended. The llrst part of tbe program
consisted of Bible reading, aud tbe
inusio committee had charge of the
latter part, which consisted of choruses,
duets and solos, tbe most familiar
hymns being Illustrated wltb siereopti-
' ' Death of a Child.
The four weeks old chill of Mr. and
Mrs. W T Woosley died last night at
the borne of Its parents, near Crater's.
Ibe burial took place this afternoon st
HONOR TO NAYAI, IIKK0KS.
LleiileiiantM AikU ixin and Blue
Cel. tral Klyiiiv-. In n Wilming
ton 1 lino, Inn.
W11..MINUT0N, N C, December I '
The opera house, with seating cap:ieity
ot 1,-iHi, u a.- packed w 11 li I , "1O0 pcop'c
tto-l lllgld w ho assembled todolmi.oi
to tbe naval hen-es, Lieutenant iv'win
A AudetMiii and Lieulciiat Yieb.r
Blue, both N.nili ( gro 111 uns. W il
niiiigl.Hi i the home of Lieuleiiaiit
Anderson, w Iu r- lie was bom and
reaied and Licbin.uul county is the
liinlililaee of Lieutenant Blue.
On the stage were lifly or 111.0IV lead
ii g eiiiA'iis, with Wilmington division
u a v
I H s IV es in I be ha'ek uruiinil
01 :U ions w ere very handsome, bul
I o biass 1 low il.c
of lh' w ar bioui:
is and I be trophies
.111 lv l.ieuleiianl
Ai.deison tc I'e preM ulc I to the naval
icicnes all fin lel 111. nl atlenlioii. I 'on
A M Wadded deliveiedau addiiss of
welcome. I. CUli nam Anderson pic
senU'd the trophies to the havul ic
serves 111 a bilel nueeli ami (,ni
iiiamhr .Morion, on behalf of naval
rescrvis, accepted the 1 1 opines in a
Allel the piogiani at the opei:vhoiise
was completed, the i;allanl lieuleinints
weic given a icecpiion mi the rcsnb nee
ot Mr ti lit Itvil siiutli, uudi I IIk
llianmji niclil of a con 1 m II lee repneul
ili dlllelelil i.illilin v mid cuieoimin
l.atloiis of ihe . II . The -enl. H.mii
nielli was elaboiale am! elcganl and 111
eei way epu--.-Uc of the p.ihiolic
s( 11 II of I lie peoplt ol ilmihi;loii.
I. II, I- W III
I ii ' 1 mi't i 1
Scott, a pi ivitb
N01 1 1 1 Cn in: 1 in w
t 111 lll
b nii.il her nei: i.i .di
III fame I., ic lit 01
H'iiel 1 11 1 11 1 I he skull in
die ina li w i ion 1 .
I' ill a hull-, ol
;ht. Ihe bull
1 1 lh. mini will
Seii hill III- tint By II.
Maixiiii, December I A mob of
Women at Gleliadc yesterday eonsldel
lug that the discovery ol Aineiic.i was
lu their opinion the principal cause of
Spain's misfortunes, stoned ,lhe slalue
of Columbus there.
WILL HK TWO l'.M'l.lls.
Meeting of (I10 Com 111 ls.shiiirs
Appointed By Conli icm 11
tlio rapcr HnsiliK'-is II1I1I I a -1
The iolnt eomuilssioners fnnn the
two North Carolina conlelcnces to
confer Willi Ihe slock holders Inoklnr
to the purchase of the N'nilli Camlina
Chiiadali Advocate, mil al the pus
tor's study of West Market chinch
The ineellug was atleudr d by all Ihe
coinni ssioners except one, and il
proved a very harmonious occasion.
The cnllillilaslnucis fnnn Ihe Cast
staled that they were barred by I he
a lion of their conference from joining
the W N C Confeieuci In Ihe joint
piirchiihc of the Ailvocalc, bul Iheir
conference would buy a half Inlensl
ill the piper aud divide r 1 1 1 1 1 1 u hi v llie
suhsi i ipl Ion list and 1 illlee i ' 1 ' 1 1 , 11 .e 1 1 1 .
V 1 1 1 It- I he niiillir was hoi el. 11 d, il
Is I'kely I his will be done a ion and Ihe
Nnilb I ai n in. i I hiisiian Advi cale
Will ciinlln le In lie published hi Ic l.s
I be oii. ill of I he v e 1 el 11 I '01 li 1 1 e
an. I ! he I ; il. .g '1 ; iiilt-lrm . ! 1 c
w Hi lie i.:. I h - I .' I.i I. I i i
N llii e, I i I i .1 loni I . lo.
editor ol I ill hi In I ben ami In In l ol
the one In liti i ;;h I . i . . i i . .
I'Ii-mI Day's Kes Inn.
Theixlh session of the WchIiiii
North Carolina annual eonfi lenen ol
tle A M IS church convened at tin HI
James A M IS church today, al Ilia in
Bishop Jami s A I lauiiy , D D, Balti
more, Mil, presiding. Allci Ihe . I . - -
votlonul exeicises I fie following wen-
elecli d as becrelaric : Revs W L
Walkir, (i W I'eaisou and M it Shop.
.Miirshats: Revs ' I S ( halnii is and '
A XTDrncll.' I nr- hisiiop tin it tip
pointed Ihe several confcrcin c eoinnnl -lies.
I'n siding lil. ami paslois of Ihe
Raleigh district continued Ihcir irpnii
until the hour armed for adjouiu
lu v J T (ilbbous, an intelligV-nl iiiau
of ability, will probably receive and is
entitled lo a good appointment al lids
Hunlliitf Daily llcic.
Messrs A Buchanan, J M Runk and
Will S Hoerner, of Chambcrshurg, Pa,
uud IS D lloblis, New Market, Md,
arrived in the city lust night and went
out lu the country this morning for au
extended hunting trip. They brought
with them several trained bird dog
Mr. A A Reynolds, a popular travel
ing salesman, of Hlmnionsvllle, West
Virginia, was united in marriage at
8-10 o'clock last night, lo Miss Minnie
Mock, au accomplished young lad v of i
ims cuy, auu uauguier or me tare ir.
A L Mock. The ceremony was per
formed bv licv. Dr. 11 A Brow n at the
b nue of ihe bride, on Main street.
After the ceicniony a mod elaborate
supi'er was served Only a few relatives
and li lends atteudeil the nuptials. Mr.
and Mrs. Reynolds left on the 8: ID
Uaiaibis ui truing for Si in monsvllle
Wist a., where (bey will reside in the
ICr-olut iuns on iho 1 It-nth of
Wliisimi's Mayor anil Tobaoeo-
Whereas, It has been the will of our
Almighty l-'al her t remove from our
ill hi ( by the hand of deal h, our fellow
member, Col. Albert B. (iorrell, ;
Be il resolved, That we bow In sub
nnssi hi lo the Divine will, and that
t hi -Tobacco Itoaid of Trade recogniz
ing the gn at loss thus brought not on
ly In the lobacoo interests and trade,
bul to I he enl in- community as well,
-t t in II a lo lug duty and pllvilcge
tii place on record our sense of his
woiih as a man, as a eili.eii and as a
lllembel of tills Bmiid. One of Us old
est member he took pride and pleas
uie in all of its work, fil ling with all
the iiilcnsily of his nature (hat all the
iniod ire could do, llm nt Ins duly to do,
Hoping and believ ing It would redound j
lo ihe I'ciielil, the commercial grow lh, i
an t il aiweinenl of the i lly he loved !
Ilii.nl Uie ilutleH ol clllr nship he '
ineasiiieil up lo Hit- lull aiid tbe high- '
i si .--til iiduril,' and he was always Will- I
nig to cheeifiilly aid by Ills talelils and I
by Ins counsel to nplltt the inleiesls of
the I'linc he as so Ipioml to call his
Iiifxciy libit ion in life, in taskwork
' mi l be fai m, as a guide In tile y oung,
l as a nirii'liaiil and as a leader among
; " 1 le ai led w ell his pal l."
I The great love aud iiU'ecllou Isirne
1 1 1 1 i by his lamily Is sullleleiil atlesta
I I ion of bis de o' Ion lo I belli and I here
ihe loss is irreparable. The shadow
thai today bloods over his mourning
I w idow and his bereaved children has
I broadened in Us ellects encmi passing
i hi r t-1 1 1 1 1 - n i ii i u 1 1 1 1 ;,' , and while we
I an- baldly able to leall.e the ealajnlly
thai i;as -befallen thein anil cannot dry
the lea is I'ioiii their eyes, it may be
I hoped that the kindly words of ay III pa
Ihy and allcellop sincerely ollered,
inay shine I blougb I be mist of Ibe'l
It-ins anil bring lo lln ni a rainbow of
pioinl i- foi Ihe future.
Rs.s-ilvetl thai Ibesc resolution be
piilibshed iii tin- Winston Tobacco
.Imiinal and in the daily paper of
I he eily and Unit a copy be sen I lo I he
family ol our ilcet-aM-il brother.
I'll I I If II ASKS,
It. I. Daiton,
(J. A. Koi.i iN,
(I. IS. Wt-.un,
( 'oiumillec on Resolutions.
Clii-i-ri-il llm Now .liitlc.
Tin-joy of Ihe people of North Cur
ilinJi in t he ileiinicial ic victory of the
ill, of Novi iiiber Iscoiillnuous. Then
1 1 i all nei of I Ins iu I be numerous cel
fi,i a; i him of il which have been held
n lh slule. There was iplile a le
in ui , b - pi oof il III Chailnlte ycslei
'I.,, -it 1 1 e fai l thai J dmi I os y l a -li
inleieil the colli I house, In open his
Insl eoinl bi le, Ihe e .pie look oil'
i I h. i LrH mid l ie cu d lil in It I
1 d u a Inl il ;tb. ic wi.s ever a ilinilar
i :, .i n lalloli in Ihe Hlule bcfoic.
A mi in -1 i.ll.'nl, a .ludgc li'lllleeli
lend I he opera lioilw be w as applailtl
eil il itli incidents must have be n
v .1 ei. .Illy mg In hlin, as all hulls Id
ual noil us a deiiiocral ' Cbarlollc I'b-
On aecounl of Ihe Christmas I10IU
ilus Ihe fouDiem Railway will sell
mill, d Hip li Lt Is to all points Houlli
oflbe-iihio uud I'otoinae anil East of
the .Mississippi Rivers on December--,
il, UI, and -alh, also on December
..iilh, .111, January 1st and Jnd, at rale
of one liihl.class limited olio ay fare
mnl one third foi the round trip. I'lnal
lloiil ofa'l llekelsror return passage to
be January llii, I Will.
C. Mi i oiii, Ag nt.
MarrluK" Dli n'is.
1 tie follow ing marriage licenses have
been issued since our lust report:
I- luiiels I oniluisoii, of High Point,
to Claude Kinney of Sulem.
Eugene Smith to JSIectic Clilie, both
postmaster W P Ormsby, of Salem,
relumed last night from Raleigh.
The weather man says the weather
will bs Ihrealeuing tonight aud Fri
day. . Sherllf Kapp aud Deputy V W
Young returned last night from Ral
eigh, where they carried three prisoners
to the laju.
During the fiscal year ending Nov.
iJOlh, Vi,M marriage licenses were
Issued. Of this number Wake county
led with 4ttl, aud Mecklenburg came
imonuu niui no,
Just hilf price is the way 1
am soiling goods on my Bar
gain Counter. Everything in
plain figures I mean just
what I say. Everything a real
bargain, come and see for
yourself. You don't have to
buy if you look. Be sure to
see it before the best things
are b. tight.
Coiner Alain aud Third Streets.
33 1-3 to 50 Per Cent Oil
Our Regular Piieem.
Another Dot VOM KN'H SHOES
at ids. TIicmc NhoeN will jjo quick.
Dot ol Moytt anil Lmliea' Shiies
i hfiipt'i-llnni they enn be lunl at
other places lor Niitiie hhoiIh.
We lime bought n liir drive in Una
line. II you want a limt ehuM suit
eheuper Iliau yiufhave hwii thein,
eoiiic to tin.
L. E. OARDEN.
No. 7 4thlStrcct. .
In your Hour for your ChrlHlnias bak
ing Is necessary to make your pastry,
cakes, etc., what the housewife most
desires for her Christmas dli:ner. We
Tifcve everything trr the Hue of tablir
delicacies, raisins, nuts, olives, fruits,
spices, Ac., that vrill mtae your plum
pudding and your Christmas feast a
H. A. Giersh
Main Street, SALEM, N. C.
SOUTHSIDE REAL ESTATE.'
Desirable residence, 2 tory, 7 room
with stable, within one block bf street
cars, at low price aud easy terms. Big.
gest bargain iu oen I rally located lot, la
residence section,' ou ear Hue, ever
ottered to a quick buyer.
Opportunities to please; 'safe loans;
llrst mortgage ou Improved aud uuiui
proved real estate. Phone, Interstate,
154 aud 204, or call upon
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, I Piedmont Farm Exchange. '
Booms S and 4, Leutiy Block, city.
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