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i gtefytt of tro. Some one says they had the fall early in Eden. It certainly did not come before Eve. The father usually gives the bride away at the marriage ceremony, but a little later in life many a hus band would willingly give her away. "Uncle," said a seven-years-old boy, as he stood looking at a speckled' trout; foff the"; "first' time, "this fish has got the measles ,hasn't it?" Grandma (to three-years-old doc tor's son) "Stop kicking that dog, or he'll bite your leg off." Three-years-old "Well, father can stick it on again." The difference between a cat and comma is that one has:the claws at the end of the paws, while the other has the pause at the end of the clause. "Do you know the nature of an oath, ma'am?" inquired the judge. "Well I should think I orter," was the reply. "My husband drives a canal boat." f i . , i . -. A Pittsburg colored woman owns up to having been so terribly fright ened in a recent storm that, as she herself put it, she "shook like an ashpan." - In every life there comes a' time when hope is crushed, but the man who has- a healthy liver and a shirt that doesn't pinch in the neck seldom gets discouraged v C; L I , ' 7 : 'Vi "You seem to have plenty of busi ness here," said a drummer to Miss Fitz, the" dressmaker? 'There's a heap more .bustle than1 business," was the lady's reply. They have already begun on the subways in New York which are to hold the buried electric wires. This desirable result was not reached without a good deal of wire pulling. "Is your wife acquainted with the dead languages?" asked the profes sor. "May be she is," was the reply, "but the language she uses is entirely too warm to have been dead very long." . ; , Did you say, or did you not say what I said you said? Because Walt said you never said what you said. Now if you did say that you did not say what I said you said, then what did you say? Now then," said a busy lawyer to one of a number of waiting, clients, "you are next, sir. "I am vwhat "Next." "No, you don't,";, said the client, moving toward. the T door, "I didn't come in here to, get shaved." The New York "Times, speaking of cricket, says : "The whole atmos phere of the game is that of leisurely enjoyment." Nevertheless the man who gets a cricket ball in the eye cannot see the enjoyable part of the game. ' A physician said jocosely to a policeman one evening: ; "I always feel safe when I see a policeman in the evening, for there is no danger about." Yes, safer than I feel when I have a doctor about," was the bright reply. Conversation between two chil dren : "I've got a new silver dollar." "I've got two." "You haven't got a baby in your house?" "Yes we have ; we've got twins." "Well, you haven't got a crazy grandfather; I have." A young gentleman of eight years, who had already five brothers, was told that r-he had a; sister. As the news seemed to affect him rather badly, he was finally prevailed upon to tell what the trouble was. Sob bing, he told his-mother he-wanted all brothers as he was in hopes of having a baseball nine. "Oh, did I tell you about little Henry, grandma? He's got a bicy cle !" "Land alive ! Well don't get excited. Jest you put a poultice of soft soap and sugar on ft, and change it every njornng n it'llAb4 gone in three days. Your grandfather used to have 'em every hayin' time, reg'lar as June. They ain't nothing they'll do him good. There ,was.a wWing. - breal The' t4roUf Wi little breakfast. "lou have a new brother now, you know", . , : r. . ; , "Yetn,"' responded the little' one, ma seth it wath .Lottie s lastn chance, so she hrfd betteV 'tike' it The rest of the little one's talk was drowned in a clatter of knives and forks. A Revolution, in Farming!! BY THE USE OF SAVAGE'S RICE HARVESTER AND : SAVAGE'S FIELD-PEA AND BEAN HARVESTER. SEVEN ACRES HARVESTED, Shelled, Cleaned and put.iiv Sacks, Ready for Market; in One Day, at a Cost of about TWO CENTS PER BUSHEL. One Man and Two Horses with the Machine can do the Work Easily, Rap idly and Effectually. J5For particulars and testimonials address B. O. SAVAGE, Goldsboro, N. C. 22-tf. , ' NORTH CAROLINA, ) In the Superior t orsyth County, j Court. Emil Magnus & Thomas Lloyd, " trading as Lloyd & Magnus, vs. David Darby, Benjamin F. Dar by, & Phillip Darby, trading as Darby & Co. Notice. The Defendants above named will take notice, That an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Forsyth County for the purpose of setting aside two chattel mortgages executed by J. B. Burch to the Defend ants Darby & Co., and dated respectively February 4th, 1884, and February 5th, 1885, and of recovering of the Defendants the sum of One Hundred and Ninety seven ($197) Dollars, with interest; and the said Defendants will further take no tice, that "they are required to appear at the next Term of the Superior Court of said county, to be held on the 7th Mon day after the 1st Monday in September, at the Court House of said county,, in Winston, N. C, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the Plain tiffs will apply to the Court' for the relief .demanded in. said complaint. Thisllthday of August, 1886. ; ' ; -CrS. -HAUSER, . r- X 1 - v Clerk of Superior Court. J. L. Patterson, Atty. for Plaintiffs. , . 28 Gwi: v:v- POVXTSSSS 1S02. SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY, " . SALEM, N. C. v, EIGHTY-THIRD - ANNUAL SES sion begins September 2nd, 1886. For Catalogue apply to Rev. E. RONDTHALER, D. D., , Rev, JOHN H. CLEWELL, 24 6w. Principals. '- POMONA HILL MIR SERIES ! ! -:o:- THESE NURSERIES ARE LOCA ted 2 miles west of Greensboro, at the junction of the Richmond & Danville and Salem Branch Railroads, j There you can find ' ONE AND A HALF MILLION OF TREES AND VINES GROWING. Parties wanting Trees, &c, are respect fully invited to call 'and examine stock and learn the extent of these Nurseries. Stock consists of all the leading and new varieties of Apple, Peach, Pearj (Stand ard and Dwarf), Plums, Apricots, Grapes, Cherries, Mulberries, Nectarines, Figs, Quinces, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Cur rants, Pecans, English Walnuts, Japanese Persimmon, Strawberries, Shrubs, Roses, Evergreens,, Shade Trees, &c. and in fact everything of the hardy class usually kept in a first-class Nursery, SUITABLE FOR NORTH CAROLINA and the Southern Border States. New Fruits of special note are the Yellow Transparent Apple, Lady Ingold Peach, the Lawson, Keiffer, Lucy Duke and Beaufort Pears," Lutie, Niagara, and the Georgia Grape, Wofford's Winter. Descriptive Catalogues free. - - Correspondence solicited. Special in ducements to large planters. t I Address, v ,1. VlN. LINDLEY, Pomona, Guilford Co., N. C. 21 ly WHEN YOU VISIT WINSTON, Mrs. N. J. TERRY, . Large Brick Building, Opposite First National Bank, v Winston, N. C. 30 3ms. SAVE YOUR OVrl CLOVER fiEED. MY CLOVER SEED HULLER will' begin to run about the 1st of Sep tembery :leis b.splen4id machine and does its work well and thoroughly. If you want your seed saved, write or call on me at once. R.R.CRAWFORD, 28 2w. Winston, N. C. YOUjWANT pOOD MEALS, neatly f served, Nice Rooms, attenflcaServ ants, at moderate rates.' Call oh Patent Corn Sheller & Separator. THIS MACHINE P IS; SIMPLE,: Strong, Durable. , shells easily and RAPIDLY. Twelve Shelters pack ed in a barrel for ship ment. Retail price, 83. Farmers, merchants, vim uiiu ugvuiOj mite mv, for circulars and testi- fcl' timonials. , A. H. PA TCH, Manufacturer, 20-6m. ; Clarksville. Tenn. Southern Head quarters for Pure Bred, Prize Winning mrnm race Chicks for sale after Sept. 1st, 1886. Send for Circular & Price List. THOMPSON BROS., tf. Lincolnton, N. C fil Utimil ft? A valuable Remedy for the Cure and Relief of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, Cramp Colic, Kidney Complaint, Gravel in Bladder, Pains in, Stomach and Bowels, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Lame or Stiff Back, Bruises, Sprains, Nettlerash, Poison Oak, Itch, Frost Bites etc. J8f Remember TAR HEEL LINI MENT. Ask your druggist or merchant for it and take no other. It is the Best, Surest and Safest Liniment on the market. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Drug gists and Merchants generally. Send for testimonials. HOUSTON & EMERSON, Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, Greensboro, N. C. J. E. GILMER, Wh olesale Agent, 21 9.n .. . Winston, N. C. MANUFACTURERS, ATLANTA, GA. AND DALLAS. TEXAS. COTTON GINS and PRESSES, Cotton Seed Oil Mills, Cotton Seed Winters, Cane Mills, Saw Mills, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Wind Mills and Casting, Pomps and Tanks. E. VAN WINKLE & CO., Atlanta. Ga. E,VAfJlVlt-l!LE&CO, ATLANTA, CA. DALLAS, TEXAS. Patented 1578. m; j Price reduced to one-half former prices. fro. 1 ZXaelk &30.00 1 Wo. 3 Macn. 040.00 I Best Cleaner for SeW CtioniiiCC To Glnnercan afford to be without one. ttVMXTOl&tZXSfACO fianufactnreri. 11 -1 JSin i ml i f i r i i ' 6roTdlgSl. fit&xfed 1832.1 T f A VALUABLE LANDS! -:o:- ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1886, weill sell'atipujblic auction, on credit of six months, 900 acres of valu able Farming Lands, lying on Muddy Creek, in Forsyth County, on both sides of the railr5adr- belonging to the estate of the; late Peter W. Hairston. These lands arei admirably adapted to the growth of grain crops and tobacco, and will be sold all together, or in lots to suit purchasers. FANNY C. HAIRSTON, FRANK O. HAIRSTON, Br. R. A. CALDWELL, Executors. Watson & Buxtox, Attys. August 25, 1886. 29 tds. S PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY ! -:o:- The Knoxville Fnrnitnre Company ESTABLISHED IN WINSTON :ranch House FROM THEIR LARGE MANUFAC TURING ESTABLISHMENT, v Where, you can get BETTER GOODS ffOR LESS;' H0SE7;; Than ever known m Winston; . ALL VORK GUARANTEED to be latest style and first quality. JRemember the place : Near the old jail. A. KENNEDY, Jr., 20-6 m. Manager. -COENEE 3rd AND sa:le,ofi. 'PnVlQPnn fl-T'nwnra S00(i Knives to cut it, good Flues to X U UattU VXI UWtJlJ) cure it and good Thermometers to make it bring the best prices at Allen's Hardware Store. Growers of Wheat and Oats SSJgSXf cellent Grain Drills at Allen's Hardware Store. If you wish to Clear more Landubiga tocks, good Axes, good Handles, Dynamite Caps and Fuse at Allen's Hardware Store. , , ., If you wish to get your Lands XhtS make good crops, you can haye it by using from Allen's Hardware Store Spades and Shovels, and for stumps and rocks: Picks, Mattocks, Dynamite Caps and Fuse. If you wish to do Good Plowing SSt Collars, Harness, Traces, Back Bands, Singletrees, Steel. Plows and Turning Plowa that will suit you. , . , . . Totty"1 prQ That wrish their rainy and bad days to pay them big will find in CAiL LLIKDA. O Allon'e TTnrrl witr Sfrro trrl fliof twill suit, tliom Vm"1i in rrirA and quality. ' llP IVTppVl'lTl IP no wants Good Tools will find in Allen's Hardware -- J-V-Lt5lyIIcllllL' Store such articles as he may need. If you Contemplate Building Bolts,- Nails, Paints and Oils, Alabastine, &c, in Allen's Hardware Store that will pay to buy. Tf in IVpprl material for putting up Buggies and Carriages you will find -L -111 t5ULl in Allen's Store stuff that will suit. Come, see goods and ask prices. ...... . ... -r 7 - ., To the Harness Maker np 4-1 r "Dlo lT-cirv-ii'f-l-i That wants Tools suitable for his work, we say lO 1116 J31aCKbIllllIl come to Allen's: There too he will find just such Iron as he needs. Poinfora n( at en's Brushes that will suit, the best Paint on the L tlllll'Ul o market, different kinds of Varnishes, &c, Ac. rn 4.1 r TT-kn onTrrifr Who wants to lighten her work, we. in all confi 1 O IIW XlUllbU WJ1U dence, offer the Farmer Girl Cook Stove prices lately put down 1 down !! down 1 ! ! i nVi Q n f Pn nv Wno wisn to XVlCll dIlll XUUI ever at their m A ll .! No matter what is. wanted vl 'J 11' come right in and see our Our Crockery -Departmen1rrSSG- or Iron Stone ChinarPorTOlam,Freiiclrhinar"I)inneirand Tea-8ets7Chamber and j Toilet Sets. Lamns and Lamn Goods. Colored and Plain Glassware. Tumblers, , Goblets, &c. In tact any ana everytning r. : . -f- and Crockery Store, and at prices defying 32-6m. Old; Town Street betweetiVFourth atfdIifth; O bKSlSTIG DE& I GOdDS, WTfdNS, HATS, TRUNKS, BOOTS AND 4 of the nw patent: Latavette, Jlii.f)h f P. Coats' Sp661 Cotton dt factory" frfceC.kF. 'Nissen & Co.'s and' AV. . Spach' Wagons at shop prices. I also handle the Durham Bull Wheat Fertilizernone better. -r- A r rrrT rrrrr . rrtr ryt o zzrs. H&ihar&HUiG.th&xmem palr6naMafl4 lpe-they wfllliitinue the ame. ; - John A. Martin. I w Winston, PEACE INSTITUTE, - - RALEIGH, N. C. For YoanE Ladies and Small Girls. i I FALLSESSIOSCOMMENCES FIltST Wednesday in September and closes corresponding time in June folloTring. An experienced and highly accomplish ed corps of teachers in all branches usu ally "taught in first-class Seminaries for young latlies and girls. Advantages for instruction in Music, Art and Modern Language unsurpassed. Building heat ed by steam and lighted by gas and elec tricity. Expenses less than any Female Seminary offering same advantages. Special arrangements for small girls. Deduction for two or more from same family or neighborhood. Correspondence solicited. For Catalogue address Rev. R. BURWELL & SON, 21-3m. Raleigh, N. C. SEED WHEAT. NINE YEARS , EXPEDIENCE IN ; milling enables;us" to offer what we consider Good t Seed Wiikat, both Whie and Red. All persons desiring good clean seed should call and examine our seed before buying elsewhere. . ; Price, $1.25 to $1.40 per bushel. Respectfully, 29iw. F, & II. FRIES. NEW BOARDING j HOUSE. HAVING LEASED THE WINSTON Hotel I am now prepared to furnish Board and Lodging, with nice, comforta ble Rooms. Board by meal, day or week, at reasona ble prices. R. A. WOMMACK. July 24. 24 3m. 9 MAIN STEEETS,- -:0:- ZlZT say' Comc or 8end for what " v save money Allen's stock of Hardware i service. in the Hardware line, we want you to prices and goods. ii t a a t t t i ' i usuany Kepi m;a iirsicuws xiaruwarc competition. "IT- fT- rf- i w . J ' 3 . . Cottee,-rSuar, Bacon. Lard, tdnfe and Glfss-ware, Fruit -rns mi lmto'fel acl rtorcelainf and. lss top pi : & Respectfully, W. M.-It t NS H AW, N. Sept. 3, 1886.-1.