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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL; THUKSDAY, MAY 27, 1886.
Fitters' ComMning- IRG2C Tih VXTZ VEGETABLE TOXICS. quirk ty and completely XANSS and EXKIUIES YHJ , BLOOD. Quicken - e action of the LiTCr and Kitlnej s. Clean the complexion, makes thenl in smooth. It docs not injure the teeth, cu lHidmlfr. or nrodnc con stipation ALL GXHEg IKON IK. - Physicians and Drurpiafcs erorTwhero recommend it. Xn. K. S, RrGftr.i?sr of Marion", Piys: I ricommenil Brown' Iron Bitters it k valuable tmio 2 or enriching th.a blooi. fciid rcmoyiue U 4)'peito 1 s: tcp-toma. It dods not hurt tUe teeth." . De. R. M. Deit.Ti. Remolds. Ind., says: I. hve prescribed Brown's Iron Bitters in cases of zr.Tmia and blood disease, also when & tonic was uteiled, and it haa piwwd thoroughly iififactory. Mn. "W ?r. Btrns, 3St. Mary St- JfewOrWna. La.,-a--: Brown's Iron Bittvrs rplivod me in a case of blood poisoning, and I heartily cummend jt.to tl:- needing a blood purifier. ' AIk. W. W. Monahan, Toscnmbia, AIr.. Bars: I ?vve leen troubled frn childhood with Impure -.Iiod and eruption, on my iate two bottles of Irrmra's Iron Bitters effectd a perfect enre. I c-wuot tspek too highly of thia valoabio medicine." , Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red Iinet on wrapper. TnJte no other. Made -only by f UliOU.N CHEMICAL CO.. ItALTIMOKJi, MD. . "Gdritagiouis ' Oise.iw-s are Prevalent all over the World I am a native of K Dorian-1, and while' I'W.ts hi that I'ouijtry I contriirttvl a terrible 4loat poiaou, anl for two years was utntur Uv;.tnet as an om-foor patient at Nottingham Ho.-pir ni, EnirlitH'I, but wns not cured. I urtere.! the most aonizin iains in my bor.es. and was cov ered with frorcti all over'my ixxty ami limbs. I had vertigo and clearness, with partial loi-sof sight, severe-pains in my bead and eves, c. which nearly ran inc. eracy I lost" al) hope i: . that country, and aihd Inr America, and wa- treated at kouvelt in this etty, as well as by a -prominent physician in New York having no couneetion with the Imspttab. X saw the advertisement of Swift's Specific, and I determined to ire it a trial as a last re sort. I had given up all hope or being cured, as I had gone through the hands of the hv&t nieiliral men in Nottingham and New York. I took six. bottles . s. .s. ami 1 can sar with irreat joy that tber have eared inw entirely. I am as Kunl and wed as I ever was in in v life. L. FRED JLVLFOK I. New York City, June 12th, 18-S5. Blood Is the life, and he -lio remembere it. But in March of Iut year (1SS4), I contracted blnoil poison, and lj ; i 1 1 in Savanali. CJa., at tlte time. Iwentinrothi-liiMnir.il there lor treatment I sufl'ered verj- much t"rom rheumatism at the same time. I did not ifut well undt'r the treat ment there, nor was I cured by any of the usu al means. I have now taken oven bottles of Swift'a Specific and am sound and well. It drove the poison out torough boils on the .-kin, Dan Leahy. Jersy City, X. J.. An-r. 7, 18S5. Two years aao I contracted blood poison. Aft;r taking uroscriutimis from the best iihvsi- cian liere and at Dallas, I concluded to visit Hot fiprin, and n reaching Texarkana a 4loetr rccoinmendded nie to trv Swift's Specific, assuring ine that ft would beuelit' me more than Hot .Springs. Although the Poison had produced great boles in my back andcliesf, aud had removed all the hair off mv head, yet I began to improve in a week's time, and the soree beeau to heal aud were entirely goni in side of einht weeks. Will Jones. Porter Union Pass. Depor. Oito, Texas. Julv 1:1. 18S5. Treatise on J51ood" and kin Diseases mf.iled iree. xbe swikth Swikt Specific Co., Drawer';, At X. V.. 157 V. 23d bt. lanta, Ga, GOME RIGHT ALONG TO CRAWFORD'S -FOR ALL YOUR- HARDWARE! Where you will find the best rivited handle Hoes in town. All Sizes Stssl Plows, "Bizie ni Oihsrs. columbus suaciisr WHITE SEWING MACHINES I fJ. I. Nissen Wagons t And in fact everything that belongs to a FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF HARDWARE As well as AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY of various makes. Tolbacoo P'lues For all. size barns, ready now, jind at all. times, . Remember that my prices are in proportion to the low price of tobacco. II. E. CRAWFORD WinsAori, JT. Jan. 1, 1886-tf DR. V. 0. THOMPSON, WH0LK34LS AND BETAIL DRUG GIST, North Side Court-House Square, WINSTON, N, C. ; Haa now in Btore a well , selected stock o Drugs, - ' Medicines, . r Patent Medicines, 1 , , ' Mineral Waters, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, rare, - ; - ' v Ci Smoking Tobacco, - ' : ' Chewing Tobacco, . Paints, Oils, v - Dye Stuffs, - . White Lead,'; Putty, Mhine and Tanner's OU, ; i . English & American Perfumery, . '' -' Toilet Articles,. ' ;i, " , ' - Tooth Brushes, Sponges, &a, &c, to which ha invites the town and country Merchants. Physicians will find in his store - all the pop-. trlar proprietary articles of the day, such as . EL1XER3, SYRUPS, WINES, SUGAR-COATED PILLS, GRANULES, SOLID AND C FLUID EXTRACTS, MEDICATED PLASTERS AND OINTMENTS. Surgical Instruments ordered at manufao users' vrioes. ; i 1 - , ,.;; it:,,. Janl ! Kentucky Highways. l Ton will not find elsewhere in Ameri ca such highways is the Kentiickian has constructed aU over his country broad, v 8moothi IdveXrhite, glistening turnpikes of the nmeti4:imi? juaestone. It is a- luxury. to4MvTtpon tnem, and also an expense, as one will discover before he has passed through many toll gates. , He could travel., more cheaply on the finest railway on the continent, thought of .cotirsefiE Win not be himself, but his" horses ah'ct Veliicle,' that are paid for. What Richard Grant White thought it worth while fo record as a rare and interesting sight a man bn an English highway Jbreaking stdnes-r-ino uncommon occurrence here.; All lipie sUmcfoi tlitw hifiadreds'of mileS of i-oads, having been quarried here and there, almost anywhere,' near eaeh of them, and then having .been carted and strewn along the road-side, is broken by a . hammer.- in tle hand 'of ' a man. By the' highway lie sits-usually an Ii'ishman pecking away at, a long rugged pile as though he were good to live for, a thousand yearaJ "'"Somehowm patience," he-always gets to'the other end of his hard row. But if; some- bright Easter morn, you sit for a moment be side him, and speak to him sympatheti cally of labor and of life, Jiis tears .will sprinkle his dusty hands, showing his heart is elsewhere. One can hot-sojourn-long here with out coming to conceive an interest .in this limestone, and loving to meet its rich warm hues on the landscape. It has made a deal of history: limestone bine-grass, limestone water, limestone roads, limestone fences, , limestone bridges and arches, limestone engineer ing architecture, limestone water-mills, limestone spring-houses and homesteads limestone Keutuckians! Outside of .Scripture no people was ever so like to be founded on a rock. . It might be well to note, likewise, that the soil of this re gion is what scientists call sedentary called so because it sits quietly on the rocks, not because the people sit quietly on it. Undoubtedly the most picturesque bits, in the blue-grass country,' arcni tecturally, are those "old stone water mills and old stone homesteads land marks each for separate trains of ideas that run to poetry and to history. sThe latter, built some of them by descend ants of pioneers nearly a hundred years ago, stand gray with years, but good for nameless years to come: great low chimneys, deep little windows, thick walls, mighty, fire-places; situated usually with keen discretion on an ele vation near a spring, just as a Saxon forefather would have placed them cen turies ago. Happily one will see the water of this spring issuing still from a recess in a hill-side, with an overhang ing ledge of rock the entrance to this cavern being walled across and closed with a gate, thus making, "according to ancient fashion, a simple natural spring- house and dairy. James Lane Allen, in Harper" 9 Magazine1 for February. Dish Washing and Neuralgia. One last word as to the healthfulness of dish washing. There is no such cer tain cure for a poor circulation; the constant and varie.d exercise with hands in hot water sending the blood to the extremities swiftly and freely, Knd neu ralgia will fly before it. A young lady, who is an enthusiastic pianist, tells me her lingers are never so supple as on Monday morning when she has a pan of hot water brought into the; sunny, breakfast room and "lakes Katie's place washing up the breakfast things." Do not be. afraid of it, only let your dish washing be done decently and in order. Trebor Old, in Good Housekeeping. An Adding Machine." " It is announced that C. G. Spaulding, of Springfield, Mass.;" after twelve years of laborious application, has perfected an adding . machine which is a marvel of ingenuity and "precision. . It is de scribed by the Springfield Republican as cased in a wooden box about eight inches square and three deep. On lift ing the cover the interior is seen to hold an enameled white surface on which are two dials and which, show the brass key board in ' the lower left hand corner. The larger dial of the two is on the left of thejnachineVand is divided into -100 sections. -' Theini 6f the smaller dial is cut into twenty sections. The hand which moves about the first dial is called the unit pointer. That which moves about the smaller one is called the hun dreds pointer. A little finger play on the brass key board makes the object of the dials and- the reason of the pointers' names quickly understood. The. keys on the board are numbered from One to nine and are placed in ; regular order, but also in two rows 2, 4, 6 and 8 be ing above and the odd numbers below. The key is a brass" upright, and as the finger draws on it a spring allows it to slip back towards 1 the lower end of the box. The pulling of each key on. the board sends the unit pointer along on its journey around the dial as many points as there are units in the number of the key. Pull the 9 key, and the dial set at 0' goes to 9. Pull the same key again ana the unit pointer moves to 18. Full the 1, 2, 3 keys now, and the pointer goes consecutively with a hop, skip and a jump . to 24. When the unit Eointer, keeping ! up its agile athletics, as reached its - starting point -again, there is a quick little motion on the right hand diaL The pointer then has "dotted and gone one." The machine's internal clockwork is claimed to be more -accurate than a human head can hope to be. j It : isn't troubled with malaria, nor Is. it ever larger in the morning .than it was, the night before. All the accountant has to do is to run his eye up and down the columns, pull ing each respective key as he reaches the corresponding figure. A day is sufficient in which to learn the key board," and the motion' of the hand quickly becomes almost involuntary. If the machine fulfills its promise it ought to be a boon to clerks in hunting for an elusive balance.;-, : - Mrs. Henry Pardee, wife of . the chief clerk of the New Haven Savings Bank, while bathing at Savin Rock shore twenty years ago lost ; a gold wedding ring, - It contained, ber name upon : the inside. A few days ago a gentleman living at the shore, while poking in the sand, unearthed the ring. It was in, a good state of preservation 'and has been returned to Mrs. Pardee. l r. (. ... . uoing Aicogetner her Ont of Fashion, r in old times he was considered the best rmitf -vKocouTd drink th most, and ( "The wisest sages of" antiquity dfaik' ex ceedingly hard,' and"Soerates is said to have beena -tegular soaker."-""The philos opher hatLan unusually strongs head,' however and though he . imbibed. ;targe quantities .of intoxicants, . was , never known to be visibly affected. ' In, his day drinking waft niostly done' in a very peculiar way; It was the custom to 4e- , gin with wine, to warm the v stomach, following this potation with a few gulps !" of light beer, as a refrigerant. AOT- to relieve the hal.atiee a ' HtfTn mora: wine was taken, ahd then a little' more I'im;:1 linear, lontour ai)i'T2grHih:ciil Mh beeri and so on - ad infinitum". Darius i ''"? Calculations of Areax.- Ext-avutions, considered that no more complimentary i M" . nd uwt f. .r- epitaph could be placed upon his tomb- . lletaii.i-walls, Trussed Erile4: R.f,-, i. stone than an inscription recording the i.ityeoiHttttiob? Estimates n4 " Couirs.trf- f.jr fact that he could drink any of his loyal i urmiin r oti.er . Euiu-vvrk. Pl-c1Wm).. .Ueii- ' subjects under "the table, an4 Cyrus era! EnincMin fln,j 'Snrvcius esci-utojl .with urged that his claims to ' the- throne "of i "'' c.ii?rfw,f tfcn!facrt-tlm v.b of the .Persia ought to be preferred to those of ! )d- iniprevwl xsthoa aiiil metrufc- his brother,Araxerxes,on , the . ground BVLTl BLQcK. may C that he was not easily afiectcd by wme. I Marc Antony wrote a book in praise of j drunkenness, and even St. Augustine i expressed his contempt for teetotalers, i . who, he said, denounced the use of wine ! as immoral, and guzzled cider on . the sly that was very much stronger. .' , . ' It Would seem that Women have al ways been forbidden to drink wine to any extent. The ancient Greeks would not permit its use by females at all, anil Bomulus permitted one of his knights to beat his wife tq death for being over7 come with liquor. The Romans under the empire were accustomed to drink the greatest quantities of wine at din ner. - Their theory was that the more they .drank, the morn they would be 'able to eat, and the more they ate the more they would be able to drink. , So they- ate and drank until they were helpless, and then they were carried to the- baths, : where they soaked their bodies in hot water and got ready for the next meal. Some of these gentle men used to be able to drink a gallon of wine at a draught The wine of the Greeks and Romans would hardly 6uit the palate of the epi cure nowadays. The wines that were" made twenty centuries ago even the Falerian, of which Horace sang so en thusiastically were, in all probability, quite inferior to our vintages. Usually, by boiling down, and other processes, thev were reduced to a sort of sirup which had to be diluted with water to a considerable extent before it was drink able. The- most extraordinary i ingre dients were introduced, such as salt water, resin, tar, turpentine, myrrh and many other curious things, all of which were supposed to be nwcessary to give the wine the proper flavor. Finally, it was put up in earthenware jugs, which were covered on the outside with pitch to make them water-tight- These jugs held several quarts, and for that reason the ancient method of keeping wine was better than ours, for it has been found that wine improves more quickly in large vessels than in small ones. Bos ton Herald. It Was a Chestnut. A New York" correspondent writes: One of many morning cases at the Tombs police court resnltant from the previous night's groggery lights brought a Jew and an Irishman to the bar. They were both combatants and prison ers, the complaining witness being an officer, who, hearing the noise of a dreadful scrimmage, had gone into the bar-room to stop the light. He testified that he found the two men on the floor, clawing, biting, and hitting in the most furious manner. He had been eleven years on the police force, and had wit , nessed hundreds of personal encounters, but nothing more frantic had ever come under his observation. The damages visible in the faces and clothes of the two men corroborated that testimony. The justice asked them what they had to say." The Irishman spoke first. "That man waz the foorst to hit out," he said. "I tuld a sthory that waz rough on the Jews, I suppose, and ha lost his tlmper at wonst. Then the Jew was given a chance. " "I vill explain, chudge,.' he said, "dot dare vas no race prejudice votefer m dis ting. Dis man began to dell der story of der chap vot got into a Christian meeting, and dare heard the Ereacher dell of der crucifixions; and ow he rooshed into der street, met a Chew, and vipped him oudrageously on account of dot occurrence." But that happened over eighteen hundred years ago, said a bystander. 'Is dot Bo?' responded the angry man; "veil, I haf joost heard of it" "Veil, ven dis Irish mans dell dot story, I lose my self-possession and try to knock him out." "But I do not see exactly why the narration should at all infuriate the Jews?" said the magistrate. "Nod infooriato a Chew?" the prisoner exclaimed; "haf a Jew no feelings, like odder peebles, dot he should stand sdill and listen calmly to an old chestnut like dot?" The fight ers were discharged. Boiler Skating. ' ( The time seems to have arrived when the medical profession should Con sider the sanitary aspects of roller-skating as a sport, and give its opinion to the press. The . theological profession long ago, disclosed, with disapproval, the tendency it has to lower the general moral tone of those who attend the rinks. It is believed that there is dan- fer to the 'physical as well as moral ealth, and physicians must be aware pf, many cases of injury from excessive skating, or falls, or bruises, sustained while -skating. The subject has just been considered bv the Women's Ho meopathic Medical Society in Chicago. . Twenty members testified that the pas time was extremely hurtful. " The num ber of persons who had been crippled for life by falls and other accidents in curred while skating, .was astonishing. The physicians reported large numbers of spinal troubles and sprains, in which recovery was long delayed. Serious ill nesses ane to overheatings were reported as being frequent. In but ' three cases was there reported any gain in health from an indulgence in the exercise, and in those cases great care and modera tion had been observed. One physician referred to three deaths in Beloit, Wis consin, directly traceable to injuries re ceived at the rinks. If the medical pro fession will consider this subject in their gatherings, it may awaken parents to a realizing sense of the dangers ott roll ere, Th Sanitary Np ....... . n. r s v-ra rm -i-r-g-. I ex rr n nnrn FIRSTrCLASS BARBER SHOP NEXT TO STOCKTON. ,X ryM Vi K-it r .-vin-Vi .-Tif t WIXSTOXj "S.l C- - NEAT d! clean work frn.-irMtitcriJ r.fzyil-Mt priPeo. "Calif t horn spirited: " ' " -' ' ., J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., CITIl.. EJiOINtEli ASD 8URVKVOI!, .-'!.'. ft i.' ; - SIflsCIAfcTlK&:. . d ! '; ! ': , Municipal, Sanitary and Road Engineering, i -!:- V,V,' ri, winstom;,. n. c.'; , ,,T VKf4NUK ASIr .'(SttADE "STAKING; JLl I'hilliuir: ItailriMid. LaiKt and Mine SiirKe.v- GOAL! COALS S ; r-t ICE! ICE! ICE! P. H. KiNGi COAL AND ICE DEALER, Srd & Depot Sts., V8iustoB,- K. C. ' I TAKE "great pleasure in filling all order promptly, Rr 1 - Factory, & rate, Stove,- Foundry, Steam ; AND BLAUKSMITH UOAL, When al is wanted in car-lonI lots, I will be ' leased to give - .; . CAR-LOAD PRICES. I am confident X will give such prices as will secure our orders. " ( ,r CALL GST MY PRICES Before ordering elsewhere , Belo Pond. loo TH!S SEASON, ORE-HALF CENT PER POUND. ' Your -orders resjieetfully solicited Yours truly, ' dec 171 D. II. KIM G. CARPEJIRGS UPHOLSTERY GOODS VV. J. SLOANE IXVITK ATTENTION To THH ATTRACTIVE PRICKS AT WHICH THEIR KSTIRE SI-RING STOCK IS BEING OFFERED AXMIXISTER3 . WII.TONS -MoyUETTE VELVETS BODY-BRUSSELS TAPESTRY " from $2.00 jx-r yil. upward Irom 1.75 ier yd. upward from 1.25 per yd . upward from 1.35 per yd. upward from .90 per yd. upward from .50 per yd. ujward from .50 per vd, upw-ard INGRAINS CHINA MATTINGS from SWISS LACE CURTAINS .10 per yd. upward from ?4.50 per pair upward MADRAS LACE CURTAINS from ?2.50 per pair iipwad ANTIQUE and FRENCH LACE CURTAINS from $:i.r0 per pair upward NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS . irom .75 per pair upward TURCOMAN CURTAINS with Handsome Ia . does, from $5.00 per pair upward TAPESTRY COVERINGS from $1.00 per vd. npwarrf CRETONNE COVERINGS from .25 per yd. upward WINDOW SHADES MADE ON SHORT NO TICE OK MATERIALS FUKNlSHEX. Sample Sent tcJien Jcired and Prompt A tten tlon putd to all Mail Orders. Cor resaondencc limited. . , - . BROADWAY- k 19th STREET NEW YORK. inch 4 Sin ALEXANDER OLDHAM, f .- Late Proprietor Cape Fear Flour .jj llllit til INO. 57 ooutn street, a xivax.i, iyxu. WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA TRUCK PRODUCTS, Mio-bfist, Market Prices! Mention tbis paper. THE SALEM IEOH WRITE FOO CIRCULAR. -2 nnd oerform as represented. 3M 13 UOi ajLlU low. Be sure and fore placing-your orders. Circulars tree. SALEIV1 IROW WORKS, R.ivi Rficeive wore Goods, pay more Freight, Pay mare Purcbasa Tax aa4 (all aiara Caadathan any Housa in Tewnf CEOTW." H INS HAW. - - ..' ' ' . V: ' J?b!rRi! -tth Retail UmUm in fov.ttsl "t. . Farm Products and FCITRT H SXK.E3BT, ,: ? M . E. RECEIVED AND SOLD ,ne huiulrfil ciirhtv-two and .3.647,669 poitutj!', 011 wliich we., paid tyelr dollars fi eight.... Our sales this th'n ' up ul' this tunc 'last ear,.' f".' WUni Pft ft I n swan vrf rm t. ia a . f aw hill a . TU'l'ji E "A RTMENT -) E AR&l FULLY. --PREPARED to meet tiicwantof the ti.ulef an,dtl)Ie to mec any and ..all competi tion froip every -ourcc. ' We in vite an examination of our styck and prjecs, RETAIL DEPARTMENTS! WE" BUY OUR; COFFEES -IN"' LARGE' LOTS FROM THE , Im'poi tei:s,'-''Sugars fioin the Rcfinr-r: S-rtijs., "olasSes, 'Oils MeaU. Flour and Ship SlufT or ld hits if thlowcfcaVhrices". 1 "", WE ALSd BUY IN LARGE QUANTITIES ? Leather. White Lq:ulv RopA-s, Buckets. Tubs; Kegs Drugs.'Fikn, Glass, Putt, Tin Ware, and h ur.d reds f other things." ',-- ' -t " '? '.'.' f.,".t'. , ! . 7 HARDWARE I. .. .""' ,,-r-' TTAILS. HORSE AND MULE SHOES', AXp, SHOYELS, - Spades, Fork-, -'Mattocks, Handled II ocs, I. ticks. Hinges, P:ckct inl Tahle Kuivc. File, Grass Scvdics, Giain Scythe and Cra.lies, Saws, Steel Plows., a'd a full line 04 Staple Hardware a cheap ,i the cheapest. :r:-s hats! E BUY THEM IN LARGE case, which enables, us to sell goods can he bought elsewhere from partie not Iut;ii n s.im advan.tanre. SHOES AD BOOTS ! E MAKE THESE A SPECIALTY, AND, 1.N ADDITION to a full line ' other makes, the celebrated 1AV STATE SHOES AND BOOTS. AUo have a splendid iisstftiiicnt f T. MILE'S iSONS Men' and Iridic fine Shoes. There are no equals to these Shoes. We he the control of them in this market, and sell them verr low. Our Men's RANDOLPH $2.00 Shoes" are'the best home-made C;ilf Skin Shoes for the morie we ha cTer seen. . We have in stock Children's Shoes of err ofid :yle. from 3 cents to $2.00 per pair ; Misses' from 60 cents to $3 00 per pair. Lad.cs, includ ing Slippers. Oxford Tics. Cloth Gaiter and Foxed Gaiiets, from. 75 cts. to $5.50 per pair ; Boys and Men' Shoes from 60 eenia to $7.50 per pair; Boots $1.00 to $6.00 per pair. , , , . . . . We Have in Stock More Than 5.000 Pairs. MEN'S GOODS ! CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS, COTTON ADES, DRILLS, Shirtings, Gauze ami Dress Shirtsr Collars, Half Hose, Suspenders; and a full line of Furnishing Goods. FRIES' Tcans, Cottonades, Cotton Yarn, Bed Laps. Arista Sheetmer, EAGLE & PHENIX Jeans, Cottonades, Tickin;;. Shh tinSs ' and Ball Sewing Cotton; CEDAR FALLS Sheetin-r. L. B. A L. S. HOLT'S Plaids, J. & P. COAT'S Spool Cotton, and many other goods at factory prices. -" EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES, the best, for sale only by us. LADIES GOODS! ERY LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS OF EVERY description, Trimmings, Hosiery, Summer Underwear, Corsets, Gloves, and a full line of NOT IONS, at prices lower than you can buy them elsewhere. " -a, x r We call bspecial attention to our usk of vasiimkres,. being wholesole buyers we buy in larger quanties than any of our competitors, and get greater advantages in our purchase. Our expenses in this department aie less than those ot any other house, all of which enables us to sell at very low prices. ' . The Ladies arc cordially invited to examine our jjooda and prices. FERTILIZERS! QTAIl BRAND : l'ECIAL TOliACCO MANURE tnlMirco. corn. oati. cotton, wheat auJ - i - C SPECIAL TOBACCO XAKCJIJS. There is grown bv t e nse of all its competitors. In the nehl, in the curiHjr. in the color, in tiie jwcight. kiiil in tiie price on the warehouse floor, its stiiierior quality is fully drnion-trated. We have known a number of instances this year where the tohacco grown frem the ne .r one sack sold from 200 to $H5o. 7hc line tobacco is" all that yuys the t inner to crow aad the STA . !A .VI SPECIAL is tiie bivt fertilizer made lor i.rodui iu this grade. Standard fully Kiiarantcecl. prices lower than last year. " MO CHANGE IX 1'EKMS. Knowing by experience t!i:it it is better for us and lor our customers we have ailopie.l the cash system in our retail re pa rim cuts, and see goods at a err small margin of profit ONLY for cash oh saleable COUNTRY PRODUCE. Come and see us, examine and price our wood. Yours Very Truly, KIKSHAW I BYNUM. March 18, 1866. and Pearl Hominy Mills, Wilmington, . C, Oldest GENERAL COiVllVIISSlON MERCHANTS, -v . - . r j j 1 n T ' I " T "R If I ."" "r T J QUICK SALES AND PROMPT Salem, ZtsT. G. Manufacture their own Steam GinES Saw Mills. Wood Planers Ful lies, Hangers, Shafting, &c, there fore can offer special inducements to those desiring to purchase first I outfits. AH work warranted examine our work and H., BYNUM. ! I i 1i 1 v tr! ! -tu-.-t " ? tv.im: htfth FanKKmr'Fjato' Sf? Farmer's Supplies,.;, t ., ;. WIMSTON, HY O. DURING THE YEAR nP'iRSc one-half, car lo.-ulx . Merchandise. ten "thousand (luce bundreil and vcar have been terv m:h Jarger ;'' ' ':f"""'! '. PD A DTM CM T QUANTITIES BY THE SOLID '.hem fr le- nioner" than the wme we have increased iur iksortment of for growing Hue tot a. co, .star Brand Guano tor - talles. nereis no-.il:il tn ta 1TA Jt BRAND more fine toljaceo jirown from tiie unenr it than is JAMES BARNES, and most experieaecd Track Farmer ia North Carolina RETURNS. april 15-tf WORKS, - class to be Prices learn our prices be- Aaaress Salem, M. C w. r c it1 "