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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL.
ESTABLISHED 1862. A Progressive-Democratic Fam ly Newspaper, issued every Thurs day Morning by the OldSam Pub lishing House, and mailed to sub- cnbers at Sl50 a year. Conducted by AND ABLY ASSISTED BY A LARGER AND MORE THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED CORPS OF CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBU TORS, THAN THAT ENGAGED BY ANY OTHER JOURNAL IN NORTH CAROLINA THE SENTINEL HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN "WINSTON - SALEM, FORSYTH COUNTY, AND THE 5TH CON GRESSIONAL DISTRICT. IT IS THERE FORE THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM WITHIN THIS TERRITORY. RATES MADE KNOWN UPON APPLICATION. Addresfi, OLDHAM PUBLISHING HOUSE, WINSTON, N. a Baltimore Office. Thi Siktixkl has a branch office at No. 57 South Street, Baltimore, Ml., where subscript ion nay be left, and advertiting and publishing contracts entered into. Entered at WinsUrn Post Office as 1d-clax matter The New South, Wilmington, N. C, Established May 1st, 1882, Consolidated with The Sentinel, April 1st. 1883. The Winston Leader, Established January 27, 1878, Consolidated with The Sentinel, October 1st, 188S. Thursday Morning, May 27, 1886 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 6 IIouGfi. Photographer pane S. Brown's Irok ISitters. ins?e . Chattaxooga Saw Works, page 5. Swift Specific Co. S. S. S. page 6. Fi-ller & Durham. New Store. page I. V,'ILL1AM80N & Corrik. Locals. page 5. A Georgia paper tells of an old gentleman in Grcensborough who has a daughter, one who for the purposes of this story is'radiently beautiful. This fair being has "a' lover who, ac cording to the usual custom, is a young man. This young man did not find favor in the eyes of the old man, who not only refased his consent, but re marked that he " wasn't goin to have no young fellow snoopin' around after his gal, and there was an old shot-gun in the house ready to prove it." . And jut here caiue in the boycott as the champion of the lovers. The .young men of the town, hearing of the affair, have determined to boycott the old man until he recognizes the demands of organized love, and allows the wed ding bells to ring. A college education robi the brick-yard and corn field of many a good hand. . , " It seems that the editors composing .the State Press Association have de cided to accept the dead-head court esies of certain hotel managers at a summer resort in the Eastern part, of the State. Trie Sentinel was under the impression that a resolution was passed by thi Waynesville convention a year or two ago, pledging the asso ciation against the acceptance of invi tations from hotal managers who de mand no pay for board, but who anx iously expect considerable gratuitous advertising. Jt would appear that tlvs wise action of the Waynesville convention had sunk into oblivion. THK FREEDOM OF ELECTIONS. If Knights of Labor or the Farm crs alliance or any other body of citi zens see fit to nominate candidates for' office, such action does not curtail the freedom of other voters to nominate and vote for such other candidate as they please. "Elections will still re main as free to every citizen as before. There may be reasons why those bodies should avoid action as political parties, but to argue that nominations by them would be an infringement upon freedom of elections is ridicu lous, and as much as to say that -all party action is such infringement. Masses of citizens, feeling that they have sense enough to vote, but not finding any existing party to have put up the meu they would prefer to vote for, exercise their judgment as -citizens in any combination they make to nominate and vote for" .new candi dates, instead of chosing bet ween men -who 'would neither of them be satis factory. " v - ' - The first requirement of the voter is to have a candidate he can be satisfied to vote for. If existing political or ganizations do flot Satisfy this demand it is not unnatural for bodies of labor ing men to improvise new parties and make nominations. --.- It may be bad policy, but citizens are the judges , of what they shall do in lawful . combination to get them s'ilves -j-epresented on issues ot " their pn.ici-oncc. "Existing" parties, must stand on their; merits.; The. field is irm nil 1 1 it TV uuw i -. "rt J7 ' - OTJB EIGHT PAGE SHAPE. - J. ft The Sentinel feels gratified at the avalanche of letters and postals it has received frjm its readers, making fav orable comment on the recent change from a four page to an eight page pa per, X ot a single unfavorable opinion ha been expressed so far as we have heard. Subscriptions are pouring in at a gratifying rate,' and within the past week we have entered up 82 new names. This is a doll season and a nrwspaper is a luxury ; that is, some thing, which when "it comes to the pinch," as the saying goes, can be dis pensed with ; therefore the increase in tha circulation of the paper is all the more gratifying to us. ' j" Hany of our subscribers in the country and throughout the State are taking an active interest in aiding un to increase our audience of readers. Clubs of two, three, five, ten and often more are sent in and no county has come to the front, in this respect, more inergetically than Chatham, and. at every postoffice of which The Senti nel, is now read. Alamance, Person, Randolph, Caswell, and Granville come next in order, while Forsyth al ready pretty well supplied with Sen tinels, is enrolling new names. Ten subscriptions have been put on our city list the past week, and our list in Salem has been reinforced by, twelve recruits. . This, for "hard times" is a pretty fair showing, we take it, and only gives a gentle hint as to' the hold the old Sentinel, has on the people, and what hard work and strict appli cation to business can and will do. COSCERX1N6 MR. REID.- V Editor Goslen, of the Republican, bobs up serenely with the sugges tionthat the Grand Jury In For syth county, canvass the propriety of inquiring into the alleged financial transactions of Mr. James W. Reid, formerly Treasurer of Rockingham county, who, while holding that office, had occasion to borrow money JTrom the Wachovia Bank of this city, said" loan being claimed by . Mr. Reid's friends to have been authorized by the County Commissioners. Probably if Editor Goslen was "in capable of being biased by political considerations," as he believes the Grand Jury to be, he might long ago have thrown a flood of, light on the Wheeler Revenue Corruption, In this case as in Mr. Reid's "the people want only the facts." , The Sentinel likewise desires to know the true inwardness of the matter, and our col limns are open to Mr. Reid to lay the transaction in an honest, candid manner before the people. - In justice to himself and his friends, this should be done. THE . STATU MEDICAL ASSOr-T- - ATIOX. The recent Convention at New Berne, of the State . Medical Associa tion, paid our worthy townsman, Dr. H. T. Bahnsox, quite a compliment by electing him President for the en suing term.' The following are the other officers chosen : Vice Presidents, Dr. G. G. Smith, of Concord, Dr. J. L. Nicolson, of Richland. Dr. C. M. Pool, Salisbury, Dr. H. C. Ferguson, of" Halifax ; Or ator, Dr. M. Hayes, of Oxford Com mittee on Publication, Drs. T. F. Wood, George G. Thomas. W. T. En- net and J.-M. Baker ; Board of Cen sors, Drs. W. Li. Jjove, George G. Thomas and W. W. Lane. Secretary, J. M. Baker; Treasurer, R. L. Payne, Jr. Delegates to the American. Medical Association, Drs. A. B. Pierce, C. J. Ohagar, N. J. Pittman, J. D. Booth, John H. Tucker, W. D. Hilliard, A. G. Carr, J. W. McNeil, F. W, Gar rett, Eugene Gresson, Henry Tuil and E. H. Jlernedy. . ' " Delegates to Virginia Medical So ciety, Drs. W. P. Cheatham and P. D. Murphy, . Delegates to So'ith Carolina Medi cal Society, Drs. George W. Graham, Charles Duffy, and Dr. Pittman. mi a . a lne Association meets at Charlotte next year. - , Raleigh with Herculean energy, has - mustered up sufficient enterprise to organize a brass bau i. ; . The Gubernatorial contest In Geori gia may be censidered "on," as " the strikes says, and it is quite ; a lively affair from all accounts. A sentiment in favor of Maj. Bacon against Gen." Gordon, is " taking hold! and it mav result in -the latter s defeat in the con tention.:, ' 1,M Macon Telegraph con tains .thi .following , Incident ., of the canvass ; J ., They tell it down at Oglethrope, that while Gen. Gerden was speaking an eld countryman as upon a rock sharing a pine stick. -' When the orator finished, tha countryman was heard to mumble as though arguing with a friend: "Well! he did all the figbtin' endurin' the war, he whipped all the Yankees, he saved Georgy, an' South Calliny; .anl Floriay, an' Loosyaay, an' the rest of the States, an' .he built all the railroads by hisself. -That tsllow needs rest, an I ain't for crowdin' the Gover nor's job onto him. Bacon is a big strong fel low an seems to want to do somethin. I reck on we'd better let him fay it awhile." . personal; - . . C. B. Edwards has been elected grand mas ter J. O. O. F. of the State. Senator Colquit, of Georgia lectured In Ral eight one evening last week. ' - The President has appointed Hon Kemp P. Battle one of the visitors to West Point. Col. H. B. Short, of Columbus eounty, is in the field as a candidate for Congress frem the 6th district. - George H. Snow has been appointed a direc tor of the Insane Asylum, vice CoL Walter L. Steele resigned. Dr. N. J. Pittman, efEdgeeombe, has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literatutre, Bcienee and Art, of London. Gen. Roger A, Prror, the distinguished era tor and lawyer, is a nephew of the late Bishop Atkinson, of North Carolina. Bishop Galloway is a grandson " of Kerth Carolina. His father or grandfather was Al fred Galloway, Sheriff of Brunswick county.' He moved to Mississippi in 1843. Mr. Jaa. S. Battle has been promoted in the Internal Revenue service, with headquarters in Philadelphia, j Capt. W. W. Carraway will fill the position Mr. Battle held in North Carolina. The Wilmington Star says, "Mr. Chas. W. Worth, a popular young gentleman of this city goes to High Point to-day to take a position as cashier in the new National Back establish ed in that place. Dr. Hunter McGuire, of Rich mond, Va., was in attendance at the medical, convention at New Berne. He was the chief surgeon of Stonewall Jackson's corps and not unknown to many of our readers. Died of consumption, at his residence at Bridgeport, Connecticut, May 18th, Mr. Fenton G. Foster. Mr. Foster was a native of Wake county; graduated at Chapel Hill with distinc tion. He was the inventor of the "Wild Goose Type Settiug Machine," and bad been engaged or some years in the manufacture of the same at Bridgeport, Conn. The Golds boro Messenger says, Our young townsman Mr. Geo. K. Denmark, left here yesterday for Washington, where he goes to fill an appointment in the Treasury Department paying him a salary of $1,200 a year, and which, we are quite sure he will fill in a most worthy manner. The position was awarded te him by the Civil Service, he having passed a successful examination. i , ?i " CURRENT COMMENT. The Professional poor man's friend" is the most wiry rascal that the people have to deal with. Look out for him, he usually has an axe 4o grind. Wilson Advance. 1 The town of Saco, Maine, contains 6,000 in habitants. Last year one of its druggists put up 16,000 prescriptions. And the people were not specially ailing either. They were only thirsty. Richmond State. We once knew a nan who said to his pas tor 'I am going to the other church after this." "Ah, and why so?" asked the minister. "Well, if you don't get your shoes made at my shop, I won't get my preaching done at yours. Exchange. .. It is well known that labor in the South is reliable, and the advantages offered by this' field for capitalists must bring to this section many millions of capital that is now hiding ia vaults, and will be keot out of thefields of in dustry at the North for fear of the red flag of the nihilists, and the dynamite of the com munist. Marion Bugle. PRESS NOTES. " -", "" " The Pamlico Enterprise has suspended. i Will Carrs Gem, of Knob Noster, Mo., has entered upon its ninth volume. It is one of our spiciest exchanges. , The Rocky Mount Talker completed its first volume last week. It is a lively paper and we wish it a long life of success and usefulness. ; We receive for the first time the Washing ton, N. C, Progress. It is a bright and lively little semi-weekly, full to the margin with loc al news. , ... ; The Caswell jsews under the editorial guid ance of W. H. Thompson, has entered its sec ond year. The people of Caswell owe it to themselves to give the JVews a liberal support. SPORTING." - " ' -.,-" , ,T J- I" MAT. . ' .. Large eyes of wondrous black, And lips so sweet and red; , '. , . ,. Long curls of dreamy dark , , Cncircled her wee head. 1 . ' ' And she would cut and sew, By all, save one unseen ; ,'V ' And I would "hang" around. To fix the "old mersheen." ''" 5 4 . . ..... - - . -.. . Sometimes I tried to turn - . , A screw that got too loose, ' And those red lipb would sav, "Why, Jodie, it's no use." . ' , And then I kissed them OA ,; J'U ttll my ma on you I ' ' ' --: Anii still I kissed them Quit " J'U tell my papaioot . ..-.. ' -: .: ; , . ...i - . - , '. But then,, I'd heard such stuff . - Ho many tiaiea ocfore, . . , -. That I would smile and laugh, -j t-i; And tease her still the more. . ' I . : ' : ' ' - - Tou ask me why I kissed : Those bps so often, though ' . Oh, don't ! for Lizzie's sake . Why, they, were mine, you know, v JElizabetkton, 2fl CL : I The Guardsman. i . .i . .. . rT v ; "i . AMELIORATflOMS. - a m rniBND or trk 8kitiniu, who 'is rrKB- " KALLT QBTTISO THIS8S (IXK. ' ' You ought to know, Amelia "that when we headed ouiarticle,''5chooner Sunk," we had nja reference to the emptying of the ves sels used in beer saloons. ' THE .GIST OF THE NEWS. HAPPENINGS OB" THE WEEK AT ' HOME AND ABROAD. , - The Cresvm of tbe ' Wire Caught by Th ' Senttnel's Careful Con- 4 THE NORTH. The lockout by the boss tailors in New York affects 8,000 people. . , Powderly says all the stories about Martin Irons' rivalry are mere inren tious. Thre men were fatally burned in a fire at a chemical factory in Hobok en, N. J. Strikers at Reading, Pa., hare been arrested, charged vith burning down a hat factory. ' , . . President Cleveland will visit New York and Brooklyn on the 30th, to review the Decoration day parade. - Dr.'Dio. Lewis, an author and re former of much note, died at his home in Yonkers, N. Y., last Friday, of ery sipelas. The Boston Board of Trade has filed a petition in insolvency. Its liabili ties aggregate $11,250 and the assela $10,402. . The New York alderman convicted of receiving a bribe was sentenced to nine years and. ten months in the State penitentiary at Sing Sing. Mrs. Pendlelon, wife of ex-Senatot Geo. H. Pendleton, U. S. Minister to Germany, was instantly killed on May 20th, in Central Park, New Yosk, by jumping from her carriage behind runaway horses. . 'The President has vetoed four more private pensiou bills. -He gives his reasons at length in respect to each case, but makes no general observa tions of interest such as were embod ied in his two recent vetoes on similar bills. . . ! Secretary Manning continues to improve slowly. It is thought that he will not resume his official duties at the Treasury Department until next autumn. Assistant Secretary Fairchild has accordingly arrauged to continue the performance ef his duty as acting Secretary during the entire summer. - THE SOUTH. -Frank Coleman, a farmer, murder ed his wife near ThomasvilJe, Ga. -The Democratic Convention of Georgia meets in Atlanta, July 28th. The steamer Dean Adams was burn ed at Memphis with a miscellaneous cargo. . - "An unsettled condition of affairs are reported in the coal regions in Virginio, and troubleris feared. W. D. Hammond, of Richmond, Va., wanted lor embezzlement, has been caught at Lynchburg, Va. ' Seventeen indictments have been found against S. " R. Sterling, late eounty treasurer at Harrisonburg, Va. for embezzlement, Ac. , The Wilmington, Columbia & Aug usta Railroad Cempany . are having an artesian well bored, at the com pany's shops in Florence, S. C. It has reached a depth of five hundred feet, ' '; : - THE WEST. " ' In San Francisco five Anarchists have been arrested." Four children of a widow at Akron", Ohio, were burned to death in their mother's house. . ;.r.;. The State of Ohio has just borrowed a half million dollars, for which it pays three per cent per annum. ! A widow in Lincoln county, W. Va., insane from religious fanaticism, killed her three daughters and her self. ' ' , . . : , , , -. - Thirteen persons were iuj ured in a panic in a., theatre, at Westernville, Ohio., caused by a fire breaking out on the stage. " Meat . packers and employers in Chicago threaten to shut down if the old rate of wages and hours of labor are not resumed. . A freight train orl the Chicago & Alton Railroad at Staten, Mo., was wrecked,' tfie fireman killed and- en gineer and brakeman seriously injured. , Capt. Hatfield, of the 4th U. S. .Cavalry, had two men killed, three wounded, and lost many horses and mules in an "encounter with Apache Indians in Arizona. ' ' FOBKiQN. ' A monstefl petition against' Home Rule has been sent up to Parliament from Scotland. , . : 1 ' 'The eruption of Mt. Elna increases and there is serious dauber to the town of Monte liosso. - Three thousand London volunteers with one hundred officers have offered to join'an Ulster army - to fight the Irish. , !:, . .. .-, . .... ; A dispatch from Halifax,' N. S. says : "The schooner UoultUc has been , fitted out by the government with a -nine pound gun, forey rifles, rs rvolver8; cutlag8es,;' swords, bayonets, and ammunition and will ;-tart soon 1 -v it... .... ' whiob 'are j to - guard -.t the , fishing, J Advertisements to bt inserted every mtker week tmd having special position will be mharged 10 percent extra. . ; jLdvertismnf.ntu tiinMtLtMwkMsA hfor tk tune aAnfraWf Am. m:. timU rates for time actually published. The natrons of Tft Smti' nkZlx mstivng New York can find this paper on file in the Newspaper Room of Messrs. George P. BoweU & Co., 10 Spruce Street. EsB TheJSentinel desires tite name and ad dress of every North Carolinian now living n other States, and it earnestly asks of its read ers to forward to us, all they know of, beside mentioning the matter to their friends, and get ting them to do likewise. Our outof-Siai exchan ges art respectfully requested to assist us alto in giving publicity to this paragraph. All of our tarheel readers abroad know of many who were fermeraUy from North Carolina. Jrlease send fieir names on a postal. THE REASON WHY. If you receive this copy of The Weekly Sentinel without having order ed it, you will understand that your name has been given us as a wide-awake representative citizen of your section who would be likely to aid a worthy newspaper in reaching thi intelligent readers of his county, and of the entire State. We ask at your hands a careful in spection of -the paper, and when you have done so, hand this copy to your neighbor and then see if you can't get us up a club ef subscribers in your neighborhood. Mr. E. -I5. Yancet, Ridgeville, Caswell county, N. C, is a duly ac credited agent for . The Sentinel at that place. SENTINEL CLUB BAMS. tn clubs of 5 subscribers, $1.40 each. " " " 10 " $1.25 " " " 15 " $1.15 w " - "20 ? $1.00, " Get five of your neighbors, not now on our list, to subscribe, each for one year, to The Sentinel, and we will send you a copy free for the same length of time. ladies head this. To the first lady sending us one dol lar and fifty cents forNa year's sub scription to The Sentinel during the next week, we will send the House keeper one year. The Housekeeper, the price of which is one dollar per year, is one of the best household pa pers published. " A GOOD FARMER'S PAPER. To all new cash annual subscribers to The Sentinel received previous to May 25th, we will send Country Homes, for one year, without extra charge. This is a four page, 16 column pa per published at Asheville, N. C, and is devoted specially to the interest of the farmers, industrial pursuits, and the developement of the natural re sources of .the State and South. Print ed on good paper, clear type, stitched and trimmed, and the subject matter properly arranged in departments thus making it an attractive and val uable paper for any family. This oner is open only until May 25. When you send your subscript ion, say you want Country Homes. A BUSINESS PEOPOSITION. The efforts that are made from time to time to give our readers new at tractions cost money and we look to them for the "wherewithal', to defray these extra expenses. Notwithstand ing this has been a very dull year, The Sentinel is to be congratulated upon the promptness with which its patrons have come torward and paid their subscriptions. There are still a few who have neglected this impor tant duty either from force of circum stances in some cases, and others from force of habit. These readers are just as warm friends of The Senti nel as the more systematic ones, and can at almost any time cancel their arrears. It is our desire that all our subscribers stand on the same footing, and to bring a'oout this resnlt, we make the following offer : We will peesent one of" our hand some lithograph crayons of Governor Scales to every subscriber who be tween now and the 1st of July pay3 up to January 1st, 1887. We want to begin the new year of 1887 vith clean books and we make this, early start to do it. . i After each account is settled up to January 1st, it will . be no difficult matter for all of our sub scribers to make their annual payment henceforward as they become due. By this adherance to business method, we will be relieved of the unpleasant task of reminding our readers of their ai-, rears, and it will allow us to expend more time and money and energy in improving The Skntixkl, and mak ing it even a more popular newspaper than its preeehincrease in circulation would justify us in believing it to be. : I'HS NEXT ELHCTIOX8. ! In next November elections are to be held in. this State for l.1' Nine members of Congress. ; 2. Three Supreme Court Judges. S. Six Superior Court Judges. . 4. Twelve District Solicitors. ) , 5., Members of. the State Legislature 120 members of the House of Rep resentatives and 50 Senators. GV AH county officers. . . L.-. A CARD. To all who are suffering from tliu errors and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weakness, eurly decoy; lne of n'KsiUoo-!, ftc I will ncnda rc eeijn. ihaiirill euro yoti, KUEBUr'CUARUK 1 hie prfi;t remedy vnn Uncovcruil n miss ionary in smitk Amorira. Send a tcU-.nMreaa-eil envelope to the Rrtr. JostirH' Ikmas fetation D, New lor k Cty. j Oct. 1. 1366.. iy , An Aatoalafcfaff Yield of Omt. . ' There was a re-union at the Louisiana Hotel, oaiuraay, or jaeaara. .aiontgornerj ana noun, luck, holders ef -Capital Prise tickets in The Louisiana State Lottery. Here were two men whesa combined wealth only a short time ago w. f 1 1 1 J.,, e tn mgn in un weusanos .in valuable real es tate which they purchased - with the money they drew, respectively, in the drawings of April, 1884, and. November, 1884, Mr. Mont gomery, who invested $9300 in a desirable i-i - .... . 1 farm one mile from Mt. Sterling, informsns that he raised a good crop last year, consisting of 10,000 pounds of tobacco, for which he has been offered 7 cento per pound ; 500 bushels of corn ; and from two bushels of a new variety foata (which he procured in Philadelphia) sown on three acres, harvested 300 dozen bun dles. As many as 27 stalks sprouting from one pain, some measuring five leet in length, the heads alone measuring two feet. Some idea of the value of these oats may be formed, when we say that Mr. M. was oflered $6 for his last year's product. Ha has i acres sown this spring. The value of Mr, Montgomery's last year's products may be safely estimated at $1,000. In addition to his Blue Grass (arm, he purchased a valuable tract of land in obers son, on whieh his brothers are raising match less crops of tobacco, besides other products. And the splendid possessions of these men were secured by the investment of $1 in The Louisiana State Lottery t Surely the old max ins.Truth is stranger than "fiction," holds good in these instances Mi. Olivet (Ky.) Tri 4n,May 23. 1. Saved His Lit. . Mr. D. I. Wileozon.of Horse Cave. Kv., says I? w w niaay rear. laUlr afflicted with Pnthsicalao Diabetes ; the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convnlHionft. He tried Electric Bitters and got relief from first bottle and after taking six IwttlcK, was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would huvedied. had It not been for the relief afforded by Electric Bitter. Sold at fifty cents a IwtUe by V . O. Thompsons. x IBprias( When yon visit or leave New York City save Bagage Expressage and Carriage Hire and stop at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Cen tral Depot. Elegant rooms fitted up at a cost of one million dollars, teducec to $1.00 and up wards per day. European plan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with the best. Horse cars stages and elevated railroad to all depots. Fam ilies can lives better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than any ether first-class hotel in te ciy. - - May 20-ly How K Was That Five PoAlanser Cat 115,000. Mr. Bums Bacon held one fifth of the tiek et which drew the capital prise of $75,000 in The Louisiana State Lottery Drawing of April I3th. Some of his friends suggested that they Eurchase some tickets in The Louisiana State ottery, They purchased one-fifth of ten dif ferent tickets, paying therefor $10. When they got the tickets, each selected two tickets hap. hazard, and it either tickets drew, the amount was io be divided between them all. On Wed nesday last a telegram was received stating that ticket No- 15,244 had drawn one fifth oi the capital prize of $75,000 Portland (Me) Argus April 17. . - .- . , SALE OF VALTJAALE LOT on Broad Street in Salem, N. C. By virture of an order of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, I will ex pose to sale at public auction for cash at the Court House door in Winston. X. f! I day the 29th day of May, at 12 o'clock, M. k!.. H .- 1." l. J i . a . -r. . nic luuumng uistTioea ioi or lann on Broad Street, Salem, N. C, to wit; A lot 100x200 leet front on Broad Street in SaJcm, N C, known aslotJ7o68 on theidan of Salem.N. C. The said preimsis are near the dwelling of Mr. K. ' T. Vratkins, and the same upon which the un finished dwelling of the late J. M. Seddon now stands. Thos. L. Farrovt,- April 9 86'-6t Adm'r. of J. M. Seddon, dee'rt. rocklWe7 T?IOa BUILDING PURPOSES, . J? Frshlv Bni-ntx! 1 IS run- KM . iwiivemi in r limingtou Also, AGRICULTURAL LIME and CARBONATE OF LIME FRENCH BROS., Aug28tf Rocky Point, g A. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WINSTON, N. C. Office over Clark A Ford's Store. Strict attention given to all business, espec ially to the collection of claims, Will practice in Federal and SLate courts. in'ch. i, '85-ly, LARGE SALE or Finn TOBACCO LANDS ! IN obediance to a compromise decree made at Fall Term 1884 of Surry Court, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, on the premises of N. A. Boyden ; On Monday, July 5th, 1886. Some 800 or 900 acres of very excellent tobacco and gr in lands, divided in tracts to suit pur chasers. These lands, now occupied by N. A. Boyden, knowii as the Surry homo tract of the late Hon. N. Boyden, deceased; situated in the folkof the Yadkin and Little Yadkin rivers near the foot of Bean Shoals, in the connty of Surry, some seventeen miles from Winston and only about five miles from the Yadkin Yalley Railroad- good public road passes through them. And they are reckoned to be among the very best lands in the State for fine qualities of tobao co, Saie positive. Title beyond doubt. Boyden and daughter will join in the title. M. L. HOLMES. t . . i : i v.- i i May 14th, '8. 1 Com'r of Court. P.St N. A. Boyden will take pleasure in showing the lands. 4t . "NOTICE OF SALE! Ukiteii Status Intkbxal Revkxvk, ) Deputy Collector's Office, Fifth Dint, tf . C, t O-l . :i 1 unit. 1 UNDER and by viture of a warrant for dis trant issued by the .Collector of tun oth District of North Carolina under his hand and oflicial seal, bearing date April 19th 18815. Wherein I am commanded that, of the goods. . chatties and real estate ot W. A. Walker, of the county of Forsyth, in said district, I made the sumif one hundred-twenty dollantand 44 cents, I have levied upon the fallowing described property, to wit : Real estate, a certain piece r track of land, containing 71 acres, known as the home tract on which thf said V. A. A. Walker now resides in the couuty of Forsyth State of North Carolina, adjoining the lands of Mrs. D. F. Frazier and Harrison Byerly, and others. -1 shall offer for sale to the highest bid ders for cash W. A. "Walker's interest in the above descriSed premises at the residence of V. A. Walker, in the county of Forsyth, State of North Carolina, at 1 o'clock p. m. on the 28th day of May loS, to satiety said warrant. Dat ed 'at Salem, X. C. this 1 2tli .lav of April 1886. W. B. STAFFORD. May 13-3t. , . Deputy Collector. Brewster's Patent Rein Holder. Tear llaee-are where yon pat them net eaSar home' feet. Oae agent sold It doe. In S Says, oa dealr sold S do, in 15 daya ajSMpi vertk St.se nil. Wilt for terns, M. M. BXXvTSTJsTJt, Holly, BQcsu . . . '- P A 5 J h "iVHISKY HAKITS care "1t; witllnut nil). BOOK hp