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WEEKLY SENTINEL : TH U R SD A Y , JUNE 3, 1686.
WOMEN
9iAwtg reo -! tttrvncth, ar b koffer from
1 a fl rattle peculiar to their kuuld try
rTTSJKi
THE
BE5TT0HIC.
This medicine coirbines Iron with pure vRjftbte
tonics, and is inviui.ble fur Diseases injculinr to
Vomeu. and U. who lead sedentary lives. It En
riches and Purine the lilood, Ktiini.ln.tea
the Appetite Strenirtliens the illiifectev and
Nerves in fact, thoroughly Invigorates.
Clears the complexion, and makes the skin smooth.
It does not blacken the toetk. cause headache, or
produce constipation tiil trthtr Iron medicine do.
Slits. Elizabeth Batrh. 74 Fai-well Ave.. Milwau
kee. "Wis., says, under date of Dec. 26th. 1884:
I have umio Brown's Iron Bitters, and it has been
more than a doctor to me, having cured me of the
weakness ladies have in life. Also cured me of Lir
er Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and
good, lias also been beneficial to my children."
Mrs. Louisa C. Bbagdon. East Lockport, N. V.,
says: "I hare suffered untold misery from Female
Complaints, and could obtain relief from nothing
except Brown's Iron Bitters.
Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines
on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
BliOW.N CHEMICAL CO BALT1MOKE. MI.
Epithelioma,
OR KIM CANCER
For even veaw I etiffer.! with n -am-er o
my fiice. All the simple rcincihen wure Hpplicl
to alleviate tho pain, but the plane rontmneil
ea mc ;i pre; tieai. auoui eiiini moiiiiii.
was in Atlanta, at the house of a friend who ho
etroufily rccoinuiended the UM3 of Swift' Specific
that 1 ileteriiiiueil to make an effort to procure
it. I. thie 1 was !uccesful. and began it use.
The iufliu-ii- of the mu'licine at first, was to
somewhat aggravate the sore ; but noun the in
flamatirm was allayed, and I ln-jffan to ii.pr.ve
after the Jirt few' boltUfK. My u-eneral health
ha.s preatly improved. I am stronger, and am
able to do any kind of work. The cancer on mv
face began to decrease and the ulcer to heal,
until there is not a vettijre of it left only a lit
tle scar mark? the place where ii had been. I
am ready to answer all question relative tothi.
cure " Mas. JoiCE A. McDo.iiLli.
Atlanta. Gil.. August. 11, ISsA.
f hare had a cancer on my face for route year,
extending from one cheek hone acroc the nite
to the other. It has ggiren lite a jin-at deal of
pain, at times luirnir.it and itching; to such an
extent that it was almost unbearable. I com
menced using; Swiri's Specific in May. ISsS. and
1 have used eijrlit bottles. It has iciven u
greatest relief by removing the intlaination and
restoring my general health ". Uakkks.
Knoxville. Iowa, Sept. S. lss.l.
For many years I was a sufferer with cancer
yt the nose, and baring been cured by the use of
S. S. S., I feel constrained by a sense of dutv to
isullering huinanitv to make this statement of
tny ease. With the fourteenth buttle the cancer
Wegato heal raphilr and sum disappeareel, and
for several mouths then; has been not i pear
ance of a sore of any kitid on mv nose or f:iee,
neither is my nose at all tender to the touch.
1 have taken ulxmt two dozen bottles S. S.,
and am soundly cured, ami I know that S. S. s.
effected the cure afterevery known remedy was
tried and had railed Wobkkt Smklky.
JCort Gaines, Ga., May 1, 1SS5.
I had lieitrdof the wonderful cures if Swift's
tpecilic, and resolved to try it. I Commenced
uiMiig u in Ajini, iom. .n general neaiLll was
much improved, yet the cancer which was in
niy breast contidiied to grow slowly but surely.
The bunch grew and lieeome quite heavy. I
felttiiat I must either have it cut or die. But
ft commenced discharging quantities ef almost
black, thick blood. It continued healing
around the edges until Februuary, when it was
untirely healed up and well. IlETav Woon.
Cochcsett, Plymouth Co., Mass., Julv is, 1XS5.
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, and
eerai, to cure cancer by forcing out the impuri
ties orem the blood.
Treatise on Hlood Diseases mailed free. Tail
iwikt Specific Co., Urawyer2, Atlanta, Ga.
X. Y.. V. 2.!d St.
"cWe right along to
CRAWFORD'S
FOR ALL YOUR
HARDWARE!
Where you will find the lest
rivited handle Hoes in town.
All SisesM Flows, Bms id Others.
COLUMBUS Buaaissi
WHITE- SEWING MACHINES!
J. I. Nissen WagonsJ
And in fact everything that helongs
to a
FIRST CLASS STOCK OF HARDWARE
Ag well as"
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
of various makes.
Tobacco Flues "
For all size barns, ready now, and
at all times. Remember that my
prices are in proportion to the low
price of tobacco.
it. K. CRAWFORD
Winston, K. C, Jan. 1, 188G-tf
DR. V. 0. THOMPSON,
WHOLKSALK AND KKTAIU
D RU GG I ST,
North Side Court-House Square,
WINSTON, N. C.
Has now in store a well selected stock
Drugs,
Medicines,
Patent Medicines,
Mineral Waters,
Perfumery, Fancy, Goods,
Cigars,
Smoking Tobacco,
Chewing Tobacco,
Paints, Oils,
Dye Stuffs,
White Liead, Putty,
Machine and Tanner's Oil,
English & American Perfumery,
Toilet Articles,
. Tooth Brushes, '
.- Sponges, &c.y &c.
fa which he invites the town and country
Merchants.
Physicians will find in his store all the pop
ular proprietary articles of the day, such as
ELIXEfiS, SYIiUPS, WIIfES, SUGAR-COATED
PILLS. GRANULES, SOLID - ANT
FLUID EXTRACTS, MEDICATED
PLASTERS AND OINTMENTS. -Surgical
Instruments ordered at manufac
ers' vrices. j Janl, yl
3 -vj
VFa H u
which came a yellowish Uicliarre very oflY'iisive
in character, it h:im ultto inflamed, unit unnov
THidTGrt Tttfe kADOW.
WurttrtMT son was soft and bland,
As they went through the meadow laaiL
the little wind that hardly shook
The silver of the sleeping brook
Blew the gold hair about her eyes
A mystery of mysteries!
So he must often pause, and stoop,
And all the wanton ringlets loop
Behind her dainty ear emprise
Of slow event and many sighs.
Across the stream was scarce a step
And yet she feared to try the leap -.
And he, to still her sweet alarm.
Must lift her over on his arm.
She could not keep the narrow way.
For still the little feet would stray,
And ever must he bend t' undo
The tangled grasses from her shoe
From dainty rosebud lips in pout,
Must kiss the perfect flower out!
Ah! little couquettei Fair deceit!
Some things are bitter that were sweet .
W. D. Howell
W1 FEATCKJSS OF NEW MEXICO.
A Stream Thst Is jAtat A Lara Valley-'
Th Tear of Fire.
There is one remarkable case in New
Mexico where the lost tributaries are
plentiful but the main stream does not
exist. Thi is in a valley which lies be
tween the Rio Grande and Pecos rivers.
The t alley begins Bear the Sandia
mountains, and shut out the streams on
each Bide by broken mountain chains.
It is a well-defined valley, not very
broad, but having a length of perhaps
300 miles. Flowing into it, especially on
the western side near the upper end, and
on the eastern side toward the lower, are
numerous loot tributaries; but the primary
stream has so completely disappeared
that its bed can only be found at inter
vals. In this valley lie the ruins of the Gran
Quivira, the existemc of which is not
only K.ru-tted by the ruins themselves but
also by the accounts of the earliest
Spanish settlers. The records of the
Spanish up to the latter part of the
seventeenth century, when they were
expelled by the Indians, are incomplete,
as the Indians destroyed all that was left
behind. That the Gran Quivira was well
known to them, however, is shown by
the fact that the most prominent ruin
there is that of a church. There
is now no water" for many miles
from the river. That there must
have been once can well be granted,
for no large city would have been built
by human beings at a distance of fifteen
or twenty miles from a scanty water
supply. The valley may be named from
this city, and would then be the Gran
Quivira valley.
About half way down the valley it is
broken by a long. Barrow, thin layer of
lava, now much broken up, and making
a desolate region, locally known as the
Mal-pais, or "bad lands." The crater
from which the lava was derived was
near the northern end of the Mal-pais.
Just above the Mal-pais an old river-bed
is reached at the depth of about 250 feet;
below it the river-bed, when found, is at
a slight depth. Southwest of the Apache
reservation xne oia nver-oea runs into a
large salt marsh. A stream of no mean
siee seems to have once run down this
valley. Not only has it now disappeared,
but its bed is covered by lava and loose
soil sometimes to great depths.
As to the cause of the disappearance,
it may have some connection with a tra
dition of the Indians, which tells of a
year of lire, when this valley was so
filled with flame and poisonous gasses as
to be made uninhabitable. When this
occurred the chronology of the Indians
is not perfect enough to tell us. That it
was long ago is attested by the depth
to which the old bed is covered by de
tritus, probably washed down from the
mountains, and by trees of considerable
size, which are found in some places In
it. But that it was not so extremely
long ago that it became entirely unin
habitable is made probable by the com
paratively late desertion of the Gran Qui
vira. It is entirely possible that the In
dian year of fire may have long preceded
the drying up of the part of the valley
in which Gran Quivira was situated.
Popular Science Monthly.
Tit Interior of Kaw Guinea.
The further inland the party went the
more natives were seen. In fact, they
appeared literally to swarm in places.
They are powerful men and are consum
mate liars. With the bow they are ex
tremely expert and are deadly shots.
For the first couple of hundred miles up
the river the natives trade for tobacco
principally, but beyond the distance
mentioned the inhabitants met with
would sell or do anything for a piece of
red flannel. Sago is plentiful among
them, and the pigs are innumerable.
The party brings a score of new birds
and a variety of insects. The insects are
beautiful and valuable, and some of the
beetles, moths, butterflies, and grasshop
pers are of sufficient beauty to send an
entomologist into ecstasies. There are
among the insects several which show
protective imitative miarkuags, as one
laige leaf moth is se shaped and colored
that only the keen eye ef a naturalist
would take it to be an insect. The color
ef the dead leaf Is perfectly imitated and
the back is lined with veins just aa in a
leaf. There ie also a very large grass
hopper that resembles very closely a
green leaf, but the naturalist of the party
regrets that they kept to the water in
stead of taking to the mountains. Syd
ney Herald.
Food of the Burmese reaunta.
The food of Burmese peasants includes
almost all kinds of reptiles, the grub of a
ball-rolling bettle, a kind of ant which
constructs nests of leaves in tree-tops
(eaten in curries) and hill-rate. The last
named exist in such hordes that their
consumption Is almost a necessity to
prevent the rats eating the Bunoese.
Chicago Journal.
WlU Do Tn Glrr Work.
A new stitching maching or book
binders and publishers is out, wfdeh will
do the work of ten girls in a day. .
A Bchool-house built of cobble-stones if
ae of the cuftoeifeiee of Antelope valley,
io Tehdcoa eeuntys Cal. ;
The, Sentinel tnll be tent together mth S4hy
Tortmit tiil Jan. la, '87,or $1.00.
USE MULLEN'S
5
THE FAVORITE H0USI2i0LD REMEDY !
It Never Faits to Cure All Aches' and Pains.
W. y.' Mullen: Dear Sir: I can' cheerfully recommend Tour Hornets' Ne-4 Liniment fi..r
piles, as it cured me of a very bad case. , . . - , .
B. KLUTTS, Merchant, Clear Creek, X. C. .
1 . . , , Long Creek, McckUnburg County, April. 13, lS?rt.
Dear Sir -.Having had occasion tn use " Hornets' Nest Liniment" in uiv fumiiv, I can
freely testify to its efficiency in relieving neuralgia n.l headache, which taker internally and
to its quick healing properties when applied externally to burns and bruises. Icoiisider it un
excellent liniment. Yours, jj IIL'VTEP
. Dear Sir: My little by suffered severely
our liniment and it cured him iminisdiately.
For ale lr Smith A Brown, Winston X. C.aml air Drtiirri sts ami Coiintrv Mcn fcnnU
Wr- MULLEN. Proprietor, . .....:... Z .".Cii arcotte'.
.June 11. lv
ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, PROMPTNESS,
-IS THE MOTTO OP THE-
OLDHAM
EE WINSTON N. G.
HEAD QUARTERS FOR-
Cheap and A
THE business men in Winston - Salem, and throughout iNorth Carolina'
will 6AVE money by sending their Job Work to us ; at any rate, get
our prices before having your work done.
Expensive Inks, Finest Qualities of paper, and Experienced Work man
sbip. enable us to compete with any house anywhere.
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE 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.
No matter how small the order, or how far it may come, it will
receive our prompt and careful attention.
In our Engraving Department we are prepared to execute all kinds of
Wood, Photo 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 Times.
Address all comniHnications to
OLDHAM PUBLISHING HOUSE,
. WXNSTOM, H. C.
COAL! COAL!!
ICE! ICE! ICE!
D. H- KING,
COAL AND ICE DEALER,
. Srd & Depot Sts Winston, N. C.
I
TAKE great pleasure in filling all orders
promptly, for
Factory, Urate, Store, Foundry, Stem
AND BLACKSMITH COAL,
When coal ia wanted in car-load lots, I will be
pleased to give
CAR-LOAD PRICES.
I am confident I will giye such prices as will
secure your orders.
CALL AHD .GST MY PRICES
Before ordering elsewhere.
Belo Fond loe
THIS SEASON, ONE-HALF CENT PER POUND.
Tour orders respectfully solicited
Yourg truly,
dee 171 D.H.KING-
Crab Orchard
4' THE LITER. M 'sS'S
THE HTOJfACH. iii ' 3 S
THE BOWEM. 1 2
A POSITIVE CUKZ 1(J - 3 0 j g-g.3?
3 DYSPEPSIA, !iSS
CONSTIPATION, S-S.
SICK HEADACHE? 3 o SS5
! :!!! tm two teaspoonful. ?K.2.b.
Genuine Cki ciid Salts in seal- o
edpackar. t 10 nd SScts. Ko gen- irc&s'f
nine Sl -W i bulk. g 5
Crab Orchard Water Ca Preprs. 5
S. N. JONIiS, Manager, XMitsvill. Ky.
BITH car
1 1 1 1 I fti ' iiuini-u lkUuut )ai
If. BOOK.
FREE.
AUaata,Oa.
CELEBRATED
Charlotte, X. C.
I used several lise of
J. C. BOYTE. '
with cholera morbus,
X.C
rtistio Printing.
ALEXANDER OLDHAM,
Late Proprieler Cape Fear Flour
LDHnM
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 57 South Street, BALTIMORE, Md.
WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA TRUCK PRODUCTS,
Insure
Mentiou this paper.
OHIO UOJ ail MM
THE
WHft roa CinCVLAM.
IjitWtjp
low. lie sure and examine our work and learn our prices be
fore placing your orders. Circulars free. Address
SALEM IRON WORKS, Salem, L C.
Receive more Goods, pay more Freight. Pa more Purchase Tax Sell aiere Ceedsthan any House in Town
CEO. W. HiNSHAW. W. H. BYNUM.
XEW SPRING OF 1886!
.HINSHAW &j BYNUM,
TOesile and Retail Dealers ia General Kerehadise, Star Brand Fertilizers, Field Seeds,
Farm Products and Farmer's Supplies,
FOURTH STREET, "WIMSTOKT, N. C.
TTTE RECEIVED AND SOLD DURING THE YEAR OF 1SS5
f out Iuirwh-eJ eighty-two and one-half car loads Merchandise,
3,647,069 pounds, on which we paid ten thousand three hundred and'
twelve dollars freight. Our sales this year he becH very muzh larger
than up to this time last year. " 0
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT!
TN THIS ! EI'ARTMENT WE ARE FULLY PREPARED
to meet the wants of the trade, and able to meet any and all competi
tiou from ecr' source. We invite an examination of our stock and prices
RETAIL DEPARTMENTS!
TSXE BUY OUR COFFEES IN LARGE LOTS FROM THE
Importers, Sugars Irom th Refiners, Syrups. Molasses, Oils
Meats. Flour and Ship Stun" in car load lots at the lowest cash prices.
WE ALSO BUY IN LARGE QUANTITIES
Leather, White Lead, Ropes. Hnckcts. Tubs, Kegs, Drugs, Fish, Glass,
Putty, Tin Ware, and liundred of other things.
HARDWARE!
-pOTAILS, HORSE AND MULE SHOES. AXES, SHOVELS,
A Spades. Fork-. Matfucks. Handled Hoes, Lock. Hinges, Pocket
Jiid Table Knives. Files, Grass Scvthcs, Grain Scythes and Cradles, Saws
Steel Plows, and a full line ol Staple Hard ware as licap us th cheapest'
HATS !
"yjE BUY THEM IN LARGE QUANTITIES BY TIIE SOLID
cum-, which enaldes s to sell them lr less moiier than the same
goods can be bought else where from parties not huring t sum adrantao-e
SHOES AND BOOTS!
rr-E MAKE THESE A SPECIALTY, AND IN ADDITION
to a full line of other makes, we hae im rcarl our assortment of
the celebrated BAY STATE SHOES AND BOOTS. Also have a
splendid assortment of T. MILE'S SONS Men nl Ladie fine Shoes.
There are no equals to these Shoes. We hae the control of them in this
market, and sell them vCrr low. Our Men's RANDOLPH $2.00 Shoes
are the best home-made Call Skin Shoe for the 111011c we have ever seen
We have in stock Children s Shoes of everr ;or)l style, from 2 cents
to .f 2.00 per pair ; Misses' from 60 cents to $3 00 per pir" Lad.es, includ
ing Slippers, Oxford Ties. Cloth Gaiter and Ft.xed Gaiters, from 75 cts.
to. $15.50 per pair ; Boys and Men' Shoes from 60 cent to $7.50 per pair;
Boots -fi.oo to $6.00 per pair.
We Have in Stock More Than 5.000 Pairs.
MEN'S GOODS!
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS, COTT NADES, DRILLS,
Shirtings, Gauze and Dress Shirts, Collars, Hal! Hose, Suspenders
and a full line of Furnishing Goods.
FRIES' Jeans. Cottonades, Cotton Yarn. Bed Laps, Arista Sheetin,
EAGLE & PIIENIX Jeans. Cottonades, Tickings. Shirtings and Ball
oewuig motion ; or.Lniv r.iLLa meeting.
L. B. A L. S. HOLT'S Plaids, J. & P. COAT'S Spool Cotton, ad
many other goods at factory prices.
EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES, the best, for sale only by us.
LADIES GOODS!
TTERY LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS OF EVERY
description. Trimmings, Hosiery, Summer Underwear, Corsets,
Gloves, and a full line of NOTIONS, at prices lower than you can buy
them elsewhere.
We call Especial Attention to our Lijie ok Cashmeres, being
wholesole buyers we buy in larger quanties than any ot' our competitors,
and get greater advantages in our purchases. Our expenses in this
department are less than those of any other house, all of which enables
us to sell at very low prices.
The Ladies are cordially invited to examine our goods and prices.
FERTILIZERS!
STAK ISttAXlt SI'KCIAI, T It ACC MA NIK K for jrrowinjc line lol.a.ro, Stnr Brand Guano for
tobacco, corn, oats, cotton, wlirat nmt t-rtnlilrs. There in no equal to thi! STA Ii MtAXD
SPECIAL TOBACCO MAN CUE. Thirrc i.- more fine tobaceo jjnvn rroHi the ne of it than is
grown by tte use of all itscoinpetitors. In the nclil, in th i-iirinir. in tin? t-olor, in the (weight.
ant in the price on the warehouse tloor, itt iierior quality is fnllr leninntratfl. We have known
a number of instance this year where the tobacco Kfown from the use of one Hack sold from $200
to fW. The line tobacco is"all that yay the f irmer to grow Had the STA R SUA XV SPECIA L
is the ue.-t fertilizer made for iirodiicin-; tins (.'rude, standard fully guaranteed, lirices lower
than last year. NO C 11 A XOE IX TEIiMS.
Knowing by experience that it is Letter for us and for our customers
we have adopted the cash system in our retail departments, and see
goods at a very small margin of profit only koh cash or saleable
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Come and see us, examine and price our goods.
Yours Very Truly, HINSHAW I BYNUM.
March 26, 1886.
and Pearl Hominy Mills, Wilmington, N. C.
Oldest
&
AND
SfiHNSS,l
Highest Market Prices!
QUICK SALES AND PROMPT
Salem, 1ST. O.
Manufacture their own Steam En
giiies Haw Mills. Wood Planers Ful
lies, Hangers, Shafting, Slc, there
fore can offer special inducements to
those. desiring to purchase first-class
outfits. All work warranted to be
and perforin as represented. Prices
JAMES BARNES,
and most experienced Truck Farmer In North Carolina
RETURNS. aprii 15 -tf

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