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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL : r! .THURSDAY, MAY 27, 186. , V It -4 IN CITY AND COUNTY; DABHKS HEM AND IMIBI BHPOltTBAft. BT OEM Torn Waek'a Onnuou la City u4 County Karraterf tat CaadsB- " d Fagrapki. Jailor Burke has nly aight boatdera ' left. 1 ; ; Strawberries ar becoming mora pUn tiftil. - Brick layers began work en the new jail last Friday. , Mrs. Hyman, bow occnpiee har new residence on Cherry Street. Some of oar eaily" gardener are Wast ing npongoeen peas and potatoea. Ice is now being told readily on our streets at one-half cent par pound. - The Salem Band will furnish music at Oak Ridge Commencement next Tuesday. Tobacco breaks at our warehouses on Tusday were Tery large, with prices soma- - what advanced. - Holy Communion will ba administer ed at the morning service of the M. P. Church next Sunday. j , The residence of Mr, W. B. Glenn, on " Fourth Street, has just been repainted. Mr. Cnimpler did the work. Mr. John D. Watkins , has recently had his residence on Fifth Streat repainted. It is a marked improvement. The Salem Fire Company realized about $125 net from their two concerts last Saturday and Monday nights. I Rev. K. H. Wills, of the Ttfocksvilla Circuit, will fill the' pulpit of the M. P. Church next Sunday morning and night. , Messrs. Brown, Rigers & Co., have en larged and otherwise improved the appear ance of their mammoth hardware house., . Since the opening of Messrs. Fuller & Durham's 6tore, it is now the only" dry ' goods establisment North of Fourth Street. The residence of Maj. Samuel Smith - in the West End is rapidly going np, and - bids fair to be one of the prettiest houses in th city. ' - , v Messrs. Walter Hester and Mat. Stock tonare both erecting cosy dwellings on Cher ry Street. After the cage comes the bird, we're told. Four recruits left on Tuesday morning for the C. F. & Y. V. R. R., as the result ot the Superior court which has just closed ' its session here. A. young gentleman from the North ' will probably take charge of the Twin-CUy - Gallery, after the departure of Mr. Hough, and will make his permanent home in Winston. Mr. Rod Cotton is building a fine res ", idence on Third street, adjoining his present one. It will be occupied by Mr. J. Hoff man and family. - Messrs. MeGalliard & Husk, of Ker r ; nersville, have the contract to furnish gran- v ite from their quarry to build the new Jew islx Synagogue at Goldsboro. - '- The Principals of the Salem Academy have secured reduced rates on several Rail roads for the transportation of persons wish v "ing to attend the June Commencement. . Mr. C. H. MeCormick, of Seuth Or - - ange, N. J., is the new superintendent at the Salem Paper Mills. Mr. MeCormick A was the gentleman who put up the pulp . works in Wilmington. - .--. Owing to the heavy rains, the trains ' on the Salem branch for the past week or 4 ' ten days have been very irregular. Several ' bridges were washed away along the line of c; the R. & D. R. R., during the rains of last sweek. - Hon. TV. C. Breckenridg of tha Seventh "Congressional District of Kentucky will , -on Thursday June 17th, deliver the Com' juencement address at Salem Accaderriy. . f Senator Vance and Congressman Reid have . been invited to be present. , i : . -. -;' " i - -e , A grand ball twill be given eompll . " mentary to the the' Hon. W. C. Brecken- ridge and graduating class of the Salem Academy at the close of the'Commericement." Extensive preparations ate now being made : by the Pleasure Club to make the occasion. a pleasant one. . J5. On last Wednesday night, Capt. J. T. C rouse, for many years the efficient atd faithful instructor of tha . Salem Cornet i Band, celebrated his 50th birthday, arid ': was the recipient of a beautiful gold-headed - cane and a pair of geld-rimmed eye glasses, ' ; given to Captain C. bythe- band as a token of their esteem. . . . A , . .." a very neavy uait storm? passed over .' Kernersvilla " and vicinity" t oa Sunday evening doing considerable damage to the ' growing crops, and also beating fruit off the. .,tees in come -places.' Mr. Henry Brook . -bank had a. horse killed ' by : lightning and 1 hia barn unroofed by the same storm. We ' learn it extended as far as Oak Ridge. ' ; , ' The 'Indian doctor," who was order-, ed by ! "Jndge Montgomery to leavj the' county, puiiea ou on last Saturday morn ' lug's train, and we learn, has stopped 'in' (Jrefnsboro., tiis-wife left on Sunday mora 1 ing. " Thb SentikeI, would suggest to "the good people of Greensboro, or in whatever .town he may stop, tfe advisability of keep ing an eye on-him. .' v V " - .... 1 '-' ..'--- The badges for tha Senior Class" of tha ', "Salem Academy have been received. They , are yery 'neat and the workmanship well ' executed. Why is it . our- colleges don't 1' adopt a permanent .and distinctive badge? Jiy, doing this, scholars who . have won their honors, and received their ' badges, v in 4eetiug each other in after years, would 'at once be recognized by the badges worn. - . RAILBOAD MEETISOi Citizens of Dvle Assemble at Mocksvllle , and m-umaa Important Hattan. A well attended masa-meeting was held in the Court-House at MocUsville, on Sat urday, May 15th, to "discuss and act upoa important Railroad questions. Mr. H. B. Howard was made Chairman, and Dr. G. M. Bingham and Mr. E. W. Mooring aeted as Secretaries. Mr. T. B. Bailey, who represented tha county of Davie in "tha recent , Railroad meeting at Roanoke, made a statement rela tive to the action taken at the above place, and expressed himself favorably as to the proposed Roanoke and Southern Road.. Winston was represented in the Mocks- ville meeting by Mr. J. C. Buxton and Maj. T. J. Brown, both of whm made speeches advocating the new road. . Maj. W. B. Clement offered a resolution to the effect that a committee of one front the Board of County Commissioners : one from the Town Commissioners and three fioiu each township, be appointed by the Chairman, to solicit subscription sufficient in amount to pay the county's proportionate part in securing a charter. This resolution was ably discussed and adopted, and tha following gentlemen compose the committee: Farmington, F. M. Johnson, Dr. M. D. Kimbrough, C A. Hall, Dr. J.;W, Wise man ; Clarksville, Isaac Roberts, E. Frost' 2i. A. Stonestreet ; Calahaln, Chas. Ander son, L.' B. Walker, W. M. Day vault ; Jeru salem, V. H. Hohson, S J. Tatum, Dr. A. W. Wiseman ; Fulton, H. B. Ireland, Philip Hanes, Daniel Davis; Shady Grove, W. A. Bailey, H. ' E." Robertson, W. J. Ellis; Mocksville, C. C. Sanfqrd, A. M. Booe, E. E. Hunt, P. A. Miller. Maj. Clement also offered the following resolutions which were adopted : Whereas the citizens of Davie having assembled to discuss the most feasible plan of securing railroad communication with j our countv seat and Whereas we have a subscription, both individual and corporate, now under 'the ! control of the Richmond & Danville Rail.- road Syndicate, which we desire. to be freed or brought into use, therefore Resolved, That the Countv Commissioners of Davie be requested to petition the Presi dent of the JNorth Carolina Midland Kail road to call a meeting at an early day no later than July of the Xoith Carolina res ident stockholders of said N, C. M. Railroad to take such steps as may be deemed proper, in accordance with Chap. 205, of the act of 1885. ' : Resolved, That they also request a gener al meeting of stockholders of the N. C M. Railroad, such meeting- to convene the day before, or sometime prior to tha meeting of the resident stockholders in North Caro lina. There was considerable in terest manifest ed in the new road and the good people of Davie will not be found lacking in doing her part when th? time conies, The New Town Officers. At a recent meeting of the Town Commis sioners the following committees were ar ranged:. Sanitary Committee- A. B- Gor rell, A. A. Smith, W. W. Wood. Auditing Committee Mavor T. J. Wilson, D. Ha Starbock, A. B. Gorrell.s Fire Committee S. A.Ogburn, A.A. Smith, S. H. Hodgin. Street Committee D. H. Starbuck, Street Commissioner. S. A Ogburn, S.' H. Hodgin. Police CommitteeMayor T. J. Wilson, W. W. Wood, A. A. Smith. Water Works Committee J. W. Alspaugh, A. B. Gorrell. Graded School Commissioners A. B.- Gor rell, D. II Starbuck. Tax Collector and Constable J. C. Bessent. Chief of Police J. VV. Bradford. Police Hugh Martin, Alfred Steward, N. D. Dowdy. Secretary and Treasurer S. H. Hodgin. A Tigorous Young Firm. Messrs. Fuller & Durham is the name of a vigorous young firm which" have opened up a dry goods establishment in the store adjoining Thompson & Franklin on Liberty street. The senior member has had many years of practical experience in the dry goods business and it takes this sort of a man to buy a stock of goods which will suit the needs and demands of Winston -patrons and that of joining connties.j ; Onr readers are directed to tha handsome new advertise ment of Messrs. Fuller & Durham in this issue ot l he cJENTirtJBi. Head it and re member that you are consulting' your1 own interests by paying this firm a visit when you wish auythmg in their line.; : -; A Rotable Industrial Concern. lhe Chattanooga Saw Works have an at tractive ad in this issue. The many reader of Thb Sestinel, who in one way and .an other are interested in the lumber business are invited to write this well known saw firm for prices and discounts.' In your let. ter, Oin:er a tayor on this paper by saying yon saw the advertisement in The Senti nel. - . ' Mr. P. E. Allen, formerly connected with large drj goods house in Henderson A. p., is now with Messrs. Futler,o: Dnr- A smart energetic boy of about fourteen wlio desires lot learn the rprinting business can find employment at The.Sektinel of fice.". Only industrious boys need apply. No idlers wanted. it.:- t' - .---' m Mr. A. G V oss, of Belews Creek Town- tehip, this ' courtty, . called the past-week to renew for The Sentinel. He expressed himself highly pleased -with the' enlarged 'or m ott the paper. 4 lie says he found tobac co higher than he expected to find it. - : As will fe $efen by Mr. Hough's adver tisemeat, he will positive! v; return; North the latter pirt of June. We regret that hi established business relations at his home in New York will-not admit of hi making- it permanent stay in Winstan. i All. wh'oe- sire fine photographic work should not fail rto par the Twiu City Art G.iMery a visit before he leaves the city. "; THE SUPERIOR f COURT . TBI SPRING TERM IN FORSYTH END ED BCONDAT. The Docket - Cleared with Celerity J adge Montgomery and dolle- Itor Glenn. .,. ,L j- . The Spring term of the Superior Court for Forsyth county adjourned Monday. , There were one hundred and sixty two ' cases on the criminal docket, embracing al most all crimes from Assault and Battery to murder. The following are a list of the mora important cases disposed of ; State vs. Andy Taylor, murder, not guil ty. "' v State vs. Squire Parson, embezzlement, guilty, two years in penitentiary. .State vs. Squire Parsons, false pretences, guilty, same judgement as above. . State vs. Sam Kelly, larceny, guilty, five years in penitentiary. State vs. R. W. Westmoreland, bigamy, guilty, five years in penitentiary. State vs C. R. Royal, guilty, one year" in penitentiary. " ' ? , ; " State vs. Frank Gibson, guilty, two years in penitentiary. - State vs. Ike Beck, retailing, six Months in jail. State vs. Lindsey Dalton, larceny, no guilty. " v " s ' " State vs. A. II. Nell, larceny, not guilty. In addition to these cases, which were the most interesting, there wete fifteen convic tions for assault and battery, seven for affray four for fornication and adultery, two for trespass, two for keeping dis -rderly house, four for retailing, one for bastardy, and one for failing to pay Drummers tax. A. Lb Payne, the Indiaa doctor was con victed of an assault and battery in three cases. In the first two he wax required to pay $20 and costs, and in the last Judgement was suspended on condition that he leave forever the County of Forsyth. The women also who were indicted and convicted for keeping baudy bouses were re quired to leave the State. Several defendents were also acquitted - Business was dispatched rapidly and the verdicts of the jury were approved by the Court, as being conect. Jndge Montgomery and Solicitor Glenn daserve credit for the rapid manner in which they transact busi ness by so doing they save a great deal of costs to the county. - ; PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss Helen Meller, of Salem, has re turned from an extended visit te Yadkin county." Rev- W. F Kennett left" on Monday morning for a. two week's visit in Chatham county. " 1 s ' ' , , - ' Miss Mamie Williams, ' who has been on a visit to friends in Fayetteville, return ed Tuesday. .. . . I Mr. Charles Bahnson and daughter, Miss Mattie, of Farmington, Davie county, spent Monday a'nd Tuesday with relatives in Salem. . " - : Mr. Klisha Blackburn, - of Johnson county, Mo., is visiting acquaintances in this and adjoining counties. He left this State several years ago, and now returns saying, " taking it all in all the Old North State, surpasses any other." He speaks of sending for his family and remaining in North Car olina. ... ; .- Mr. B. W. Cook, formerly of this county, but now of Merkel, Taylor county, Texas, paid us a pleasant visit Wednesday. Mr. Cook left here about five years ago and says he is well pleased with his new home, to which place he will return in eight or ten days." The Sejttixel will hereafter pay him its weekly visits. " . s i . 0: Atlas ' of the World, for sale at Williamsos 4 CoEan's. "fOTICE If a daily supply of Strawberries XV is desired from the Cedar Cove Nurseries, the Cedai order should be sent in at once and they will . be delivered, in Winston-balem until the crop is exhausted. Address -- N. W. Craft, May 20-2t. Shore, N. C. ' WANTED.tA position as traveling sales man for tobacco factory. Addreess Nittt, Skntinkl office. ' Feb IS tf WANTED By a young lady. A situation as arovcruesa - for younir children. Terms reasonable. For further imformatioB apply to Feb 4th-tf Editor. Lti varieties of Garden l son's Dru Store. Seed at Thomp SOAPS. A very largo line of Pears, Colgates and other fine soap at Thompsons Drug Store. , When in need of soap Thompsons ia the. place to get them. ; " Feb. 25th U WANTED. Situation as Teacher, or will be companion to a lady, and assist ia the household. Understands dress making. Good references. Address X. Z care Sbxtisku. ". April 8th-tf.' -:r - -.: ".r ITIOR BALE County and Township rights for JL a vary nserul household, implement. Pay- mg wsrk tor a live young i ffxotWestrn Sentintl, Wi man Apply m, N. C. atOf- inston WAJ TED A position as manager in a - Tobacco Factory, by a young man , with an experience of 7 or 8 years. Brieht Western Navies a specialty. Can furnish the best of references. Address' Tobacconist.. May lS2t. - Riedsville, N. C. ' HAMMOCKS, Croquet, Base Balls, Bats Ac. at Williamson A Cokkik's. May 27-3t Miraculous Escape. W.W. Reed.- dracsrist. of Winchester. Ind Writes : "One of my customers, Mrs.' Louisi Pike, Bartonia, Bandolph-Oo., Jnd., was a long sufferer with coosiimption, and was given np w a e ny ner pnysicians. -one neara of ur, Kiucs'-New Discovery for Consa nption. and be- zan biiriDt it of me. In six months' fiine she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now so mncn improved she nas qoit using it, Slie feels she owes her life to it. , - Free Trial Dottles at V. O. Thompson's Drug store. , , . , . gucklen's Amlca Salva. ThB'Bcst Halvb in the world - for Cuts, Asrnises, sores. Ulcers. ait Kneutn, f ever sores. Ttfttet. Chnpiicd l is. tiilVitins Corns, and llSkin Kpitiiionva'l lively cures Piles, or nop pav ri'flTiTr. -f 's" guaranteed to stive perfect satisl action. o money relundcdi Price 2o cents per box.. For sale by V. O. Thompson KERNKK8VHI.B NOT158. . T - Commencement Exercises of the K. H. a. ... Othea . Itema. Correspondence f the Sentinel. Kernebsyillk, May 22. The cloeing exercises of the KernersriHe; High School took place on Thursday nd Friday of this week. On Thursday evening the Concert was given in tha Academy, the scholars acquitting tbemaelves creditably, proving that both Professor Lindsay and his corps of teachers had labored zealously in prepar ing the pupils for the . occasion. The pro gram for the evening elosed with Calisthen ics by the Dumb Bel! Class, whicFk was one of the most creditable features of the enter tainment, and furthermore would do honor or compare favorably with the classes in any of our colleges. ; -. On Friday morning, the exercises consist ed in Orations, Recitations, etc., and were very interesting. At the close of these exercises, Prof. ' Lindsay stated that a telegram had just been received from Hon. James W. Reid, saying that owing to un expected and important business, it would be impossible for him to be present and de liver the address, but that another gentle man would fill his appointment. At the appointed hour 2:30 o'clock a large assembly of people ware gathered un der a beautiful arbor in the school yard. The 'speaker, Hon. Frank Caldwell, of Greensboro, was then introduced, who came forward and in hi usual pleasing manner delivered 'a plain and practical address of about one-half hour's length, upon the need and importance of educational and' moral training, which, every parent, ac cording to their means, should give to their children. "'" ' ' . The Commencement Party at night closed the exercises, and consisted in music, games Ac-, and was to many the most pleasant and attractive feature of the occasion, as many young people from Winston and Oak Ridge were present and participated hear tily in the merriment. Thus closed another successful year of the . Kernersville ' High School. ' NOTES." '' ' Kernersville. has six tobacco factories in active operation. , A large brick tobacco warehouse will be erected, here as soon as the brick can be se cured. " r - The Missionary Baptists and Methodist Protestants have both about completed their houses of worship. Many new dwellings and business houses have been erected here during the past year. Kernersville is steadily progressing. Street lamps would add greatly to the ap pearance of Kernersville and would be of no little convenience to the pedestrian. v The large brick residence of Mr. J. G. Kerher, ("Reuben Rink") presents a hand some appearance, and when completed, it is said, will cost several thousand dollars. The , newly-elected . Mayor, Mr. L. E. Griffith, is a young man of fine business qualities and goaheaditiveness and is man aging municipal affairs to the satisfaction of all. The Commissioners may likewise be classed young men and are intelligent and progressive. . - We were shown by Messrs. Lewis & Huff, two drays one already completed lor Messrs. Pfohl & Stockton and the other for Messrs. Bailey " Bros.; of' Winston. The" former , weighs about 1,000 pounds and is a nobby looking vehicle. These gentlemen report business brisk. , Reporter. WInsten .Tobacco Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Breaks are some larger this week and prices a shade better r all sound tobacco in good or der, i Damaged ; and tobacco in high order is sellin!' low. , :-i "; : Lugs, Common - Commoa Bright, - Good. - " ' ' Fine, " ' ' -' . ieaf. Common, ' . Mediam. " Good 'Cutters Good ' - . - " " Fine .- -Hich waxy lillers -Wrappers, Common, . ! ' " Good, '- ' " . Fine, ,r - -1.50(3 S.S0 - 2.60 (9 5.00 7.00 S 10.08 12.50 cS ie.m ' 9.08(9 -00 : 0(9 7.00 - 9.00 ft 10.00 15.00 20.00 22.00 0) SMt.OO , .i4.oo e is .oo 18.00 Cd 20.00 ' 80.00 40.0 , 45.00 (9 65.10 . PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected by Hinsshaw & Rynum, Wholesale - , and Retail Merchants. ... Butihq Pbicbs. ' . Red wheat, $1 90 1 10 1 1 White " nil 50 8 1 Sft 2 50 2 75 CO 7 eta. S cts. 35 ct. Corn,, ; Chop, Kxtra f lour,.... Family - .... Bacon ....... Pork,.... .... Ii&rd ...... ........ .... . Butter.. ...... .. Honey, ..." Beeswax........... ......... ...... .. Tallow,; .. Green Hides,.. ........ ........... Dry Hides,...;.......... Eggs....... ......... Chickens, ................ Irish Potatoes,..........-. Peas,.. ....,... ............ Hay, per ewt......... 12 i 8 cts. , ' '20 cts. 4 cts. cts. 18 cts 10 a 12J cts. 15 a 25 cts. OB a 1 25 ir . 1 cts. 75 cts, 48 a 60 cts. :EALE OF VALUABLE LOT i j On Sycamore Street.; T)Y virture oTan order of the'; Superior Court XJ of Forsytn County 1 will sell at public auc tion' at the Court House door in Wmsion, N. C, a v.icant lot of land lyine" and beine ia the towil of Winston, N. C, being a full lot and, known' on the plot of the said town as Ixt No. 240,-on Sycamore street and extending to Vine 'street. ( i "i . Timo of sale,. Saturday, June 12th, 1886,-, 1 o'clock, ,p. in., Terms of sale, credit of six months with bond arid approved security with interest t 8 percent,' and , title reserved N until whole of purchase money is paid. Place of sale at Court House door. P.A.WILSON. . May 12th '86.4t . . Commissioner.,' etnnn WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE BUSINESS here mho last of Jane. Therefore remains ONLY ONE month more For those who may wish to obtain further ex amples of . ' . , ; " HIS ARTISTIC SKILL ... Before his final departure. As in the past, o to the end, ' He will Spare no Pains or Sxpense To pleas those who favor him with odera. MAJN STREET, WINSTON. - May 54th, 1888. C. J; WATKINS. W. J. COKRAD. WATKINS & CONRAD, DJilSTT'lSTS, Teeth Extracted without pain by the m of Nitrous Oxida Gas. . . " jan 21 tf OFFICE, J&S-T. O. Address, Main St. Saltm, JV. C Winston, If. C J. LINDSAY PATTERSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WINSTON, X, C. WILL practice In all the State and Federal Courts. IeHla, Martgages and other legal papers. neatly, correctly and uromptlv drawn. Real estate gold en commission. Monev loanmi m good securitr. Collection of clainis'made in all parts of tue State. All business intrusted to aim win receive urora 'oniJt and faithful Attention oraceoYcr v angon & Jfepper's Store noitily Chattanooga Saw Works, MANTJFACUKERS OF CIRCULAR SAWS WARRANTED ' FIRST-CLASS. We are the only Zfanufacturers of saws in the . . South. All kinds of Saw Repairing and Grinding to order, and warrauted. Write for Prices and Discounts, CHATTANOOGA, TEXN. Mention Thb Skstiseb. may 26 3m. ATTENTION! "BARGAIN JNFew Groocls ! , New Store ! . NO STOOKl ND THIS IiS CERTAINLY "A FACT" AVORTHY OF THOUGHTFUL CONSIDERA tion just now. And we resiiectfullv invite one and all to remember we have opened :i nice and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Hoticns, ' White Goods, Shoes, Hats and Groceries, Bought at bottom figures for Spot Cash, and Call early and call often, and be convinced. Very Respectfully, may 27, '86 ly. ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, PROMPTNESS, -IS THE MOTTO OF THE- OLDHAM PUBLISH1UG HOU WINSTON N. C. HEADQUARTEKS FOR- (heap and fi THE business men in Winston - Salem, and throughout Xorth Carolina, will save money, by sending their Job Work to us ; at any rate, get our prices before having your work done. -- itto anir tjmtiful Mntts of Expensive Inks, Finest Qualities of paper, and Experienced Workman ship, enable us to compete -with any house anywhere. VJ E ' RESPECT? U ID JNVITE A TRIAL ORDER. Our prices are as low as is consistent with first class work. We don't go in for Cheapness and turn out shoddy work, but we guarantee satisfac tion, in both quality .-and price.,, i , ,,' , No matter how small the order, or how far it may come, it will receive our prompt and careful attention. , In our HiUgraving Department we- are prepared to execute all kinds of Wood, Ihoto and Patent Process Engraving. If you need Cuts of Fac tories, Store Front, 'machinery, views, Portraits, Illustrations, or Engrav ing of any kind, help us build up a new industry in the State by giving us your patronage instead of sending 'North. A large supply of portraits of distinguished North Carolinians, and views in and about the -State, furnished to publishers and others at small cost. Newspaper Headings a specialty. . See heading of Tlie Concord Time. Addres all'communidttions to - , , .r : ; OLDHAM .PUBLISHING HOUSE, . ' . WrxsroN, X. C. GEO. STEWART, Ti- and Stat. Iron Manufaciursr, Opposite Farmers' TV arehouae, WINSTON. JT. C. ROOFiaC, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING - - lono at short notice. KeB aonstantlr on liaDit a II ao lot ot Coolt g and Heating Stove. nov. 26 2m a. sliij. GLENN .. . B. B. eLBJTK GLENN, Jlttonisj'S and Counsellors at Law, wiMian, . . PRACTICX in all tha State and Federal Courts. Collections made in any part of Btate. Loaas negotiated on best security. Real Estate sold on commission. Abatraet titles made, and aonTeyances and sontraats ef" all kinds carefully prepared. t . ap9-6m. THE MARTIN HOUSE- PERSONS visiting Dobson will find it to tneir interest to stop at the "Martin House" where they will find a comfortable home at reasonably low prices. We would call especi al attention to Dofcson as a Summer resort for invalids and pleasure seekers. apri!29tf W. E- Tornbr, Prop. HOLIDAY AMD BRIDAL PRESENTS For solict silver spoons Rotter best triple plated ware ..such as waiters, cake baskets, cas ters, water acts, knives, forks, spoons, Ac, &o goto JOS. BEVAN, MAIN STttEET. DR. A. L. MOCK Offers his Professional Service To the people of Winston-Salem and the sur rounding country. Will be found at his residence, on Liberty Street tho 3Telson building at all times, when not professionally absent. jan27-6m ATTENTION! SEEKERS !" are selling them at prices th:it defy competition. r " Rod Front, Liberty Block. WINSTON, N. C. rtistio Printing.