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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1886.
V r toot, of the Mansion, where the wed ding supperjwas served. The decorat ions of the Executive Mansion to-night vt-fit. fit' an elaborate character, and in the language of one of the oldest em ployes, it never presented a hand somer appearance. The various pub lic gar Jens in the city and many pri vate conservatories here and in other cities, contributed their cnoicest plants and flowers to lend their beauty and fragrance to the scotio. Of course the Blue room, where the ceremony was performed, occupied the principal at tention of the decorators. Their work was certainly well done. It was trans formed iuti.i a veritable bower of beauty. The- bridr.I couple departed at 9 o'c2..ek last night for Deer Park, Mdi, on the Baltimore tt Ohi Ilailroad on a brief wedding tour. The Queen of England has sent the following cable message to President Cleveland : "Pray accept my sincere congratulations on j'our marriage and my best wishes fur your happiness." "Victoria." INJURIOUS 1MMIGKATIOS. A Class of Foreigners Who Should be De nied! ATniirt;inc to Aiieriea. Tlio American people have de clared in the last few days in iiiimi.s takable tones their condj:nnatio:i of the anarchy and lawlessness indulged in by the strikers. Every sensible .p - ought to know whom he is " Jeinning;, uvA you will find upon examination that tin; ma-?s of the strikers at Chicago and Mihvaukie were foreigners. We might have GXDOcted this, lor their manner of dealing was certainly not American, it was pre-eminently foreign, Ger man, Irish, Polish, anything hut American. The fact that these outrages were committed by aliens suggests the grave question of the need of re striction of immigration by the Gov ernment. Should -uch men as Most, Spies, Schwab and the numerouse horde who follow their lead be al lowed to impose upon us as they do? We already have laws which forbid the landing of paupers and all who would be a burden to our country. But who is the most dangerous, the man who begs or the man who comes here to burn, plunder and destroy ? The Government did right to shut out from this country the refuse of the European workhouses ; it would be equally right to refuse the pro tection of our laws to the brutal tribe of anarchists whose character has been said to Ik; composed of ''equal parts of atheism and igno rance' Poverty is no crime, but anarchism is nothing less in spirit. Once Congress might have said that they could not restrict immigration without violating our Constitution ; but the Government has gone as far as they possibly could in the way of iestricting the immigration of the Chinese. .This legislation against the Chinese closed our ports to one of the most peaceful and industrious peoples coming under our borders. The Chinese came to engage in hon est business, to tend to their own business, and not to stir up riots and incite others to deeds of violence and bloodshed. They proclaimed no warfare against our established institutions, nor sought to force their laws and customs on us. Thev brought with them no dynamite bombs, no red (lags no Mosts nor lio.vsis. Our prisons were not be ing filled with Chinese, they difnot become the political tools of saloon keepers. But the Chinese must go. Warfare is declared on them all along the Pacific coast ; and in obedience to tliis demagogic cry, to this sectional demand the Chinese have been kicked out. When .the Government lias done all tills, why can it not protect our homes, our industries, and every in stitution dear to the American peo ple from the horde of brutal anarch ists that is pouring in on ns from beyond the sea "? Oavidsox collge. nie Order of KxercUet at t!ie Airoach infir Coinineiitfiaewt. Correspondence ' the Sentinel. Davidson Coi.i.eck, June 8. The order of exercises for the ap proaching commencement will be as follows: June 13th. Baccalaureate Sermon bv Rev. J. Li. Girordeau, D. D., L.L. D. 11 A.M. T.i!ii" 13-h. "Missionary Sermon be fore the x . M. JJ. A., by Rev. J. H. Thorn well. 8 P. M. Tunc 15th. Annual Meeting, of the r-i. n a. m. - -y.r 13th. Annual Reunion of Lit- j j-.wy Societies. 8 1'. M. uiio ib'thl Address before the Lit ' erary Societies, by lion. W. II. Bobbins.' 11 A. M. Ti e lrh Metino-of Alumni As- ...... :r --A.. 4 P. M. ' r- ,!r:e It' b Ov.-.tv : by 1 U-preseuta-, five- of Literary Societies. 8 P. M. . ' - . V '; ' " ' 1 ?th'-CVmsieiieement- Exerei- The Orations by Representatives of Literary Socities will be as fol lows: k, v?? , SUBJECT : Y 1 ; S W. S. Hancock, . . . . W. S. .Wallace. Southern Glory and Southern Shame, Jas. A. McLauchlin. Au Appeal for Ireland, Luther A. Oates. Thos. A. Hendricks, Richard C. Carson. The South in American His tory, ..Leonard White. The Spirit of Chivalry, . ; Arthur X. McCallum. Commencement Exercises Proper will consist of the Speeches of the graduating class, awarding of medals and reading of reports of Honor Roll, etc. The graduates will re ceive their diplomas on this day also. On the 17th, at 8 P. M., the Society Halls will be open to receive visitors iu a general social gathering. Because of theconveniences offered by the railroads for the transporta tion of passengers, a large crowd is expected. The regular trains will leave Charlotte each dav at 6.30 P. M., and Statesville at "8.30 A. M. An extra train will leave Charlotte on the 16th and 17th at 8.30 A M., and return the same night about 11 or 12 o'clock. Reduced rates can be obtained at the principal stations on the roads leading into Charlotte, and on the W. X. C. road. Com fortable accommodations will be provided at $1.50 per day, with the following persons: Mrs. Blair, Mrs. Sparrow, Mrs. Stirewalt, Mr. J. L. Sloan, W. B. Withers, R. A. Brady and Rev. W. P. Williams. S. AtHlinj a Tint to the Rainbow. Quite a discussion is going on among Washington society belles as to the best thing for the complexion. One young latly, whose skin is a marvel of purity, tells her friends that she uses nothing but rainwater on lier face, arms, neck, and hands. She ascribes her beautiful complexion entirely to the rainwater, with plenty of good out-of-door exer cise?. She has her followers; but there is another lady, with equally as fine a skin, who laughs at the rainwater idea, and says she wipes her face with a piece of line flannel dipped in warm water, morning and night, and, instead of drying with a towel, she presses her skin to keep it soft and pliable. This lady also prescribes out-of-door exercise. One thing certain; neither of the pre scriptions can harm any one, which is nioro than can be said of the toilet pow ders which some ladies use so disas trously. Some of them have reached the stage so that they never go without a bit of chamois-skin covered with powder, which they deftly Conceal in their handkerchief. The lady who carefully wipes her face with her" hand kerchief in a public place will do so un noticed by ninety-nine out of every hun dred men, but every woman will "catch on" to borrow from the language of the street. There are no secrets of the toilet which one woman can hide from another. Men and Beasts. There is a class of people who pro gress with a meal something after this fashion: A long draught of coffee, tea, milk or water, as the case may be, be gins the performance; this is followed by a mouthful of something solid; only a mouthful, however, for the stream is turned on again down the "throat. A glass of water disappears; then the food is attacked and voraciously; again the stream. Once more attention is given to the food, but always the stream has the first consideration. We silently ask, and wonder how long the man can stand it. To say nothing of the utter disregard of the laws of health in thus eating and drinking simultaneously, it is an absurd spectacle! A tired, over-heated man drinks twice as much water as he needs, first, because he is so tired he doesn't know what he is doing till ho sees the bottom of the glass; and second, because his blood is at boiling mark, and the sudden chill is delightful, and he would prolong it till his capacity to swallow gives out. For the same reason he drinks rapidly, that the succession of chills may lower his temperature as speedily as possible. And then lie goes out to his stable, 'John, be sure to give Black Prince no water just yet. Kub him down well, John, and cool him off slowly." Mar garet Sidney, in Good Housekeeping. How to Rrush the Teeth." This is a matter of no small impor tance. Most people brush across the teeth from right to left. This manner of brushing will not remove the accu mulations from between them, but tends rather to force the debris into the interstices. The brush should be placed against the teeth at the gums, and ro tated toward the masticating surfaces. It will thus act somewhat like a bundle of tooth-picks. In order to make the work effectual, the brush should bo applied, as described, both inside and outside of the teetii, and also upon the grinding surfaces of tn double teeth. The mouth should then be thoroughly riused with tepid water. Representative Heard of Missouri is a new man iu Congress (says the New York Tribune), but he has read the pa pers and learned that "cold tea" means grog. So the other day he iwent into the House restaurant for a lunch, and ordered a cup of that cheering beverage. Surely enough, . the waiter did bring veritable tea, . : Whereupon, : "See here! my man,". t whispered HeiVrd ,in deep 4 dissnisi, "uon'tyuutnow that when a gentleman orders .'cold tea? he. means ; whisky V'J1", 'yes, saiiV'said the- wait er; "yes",1" sahf Tl! make it all right,' ' sab!" And removirrg the tea his walked up to the counter 1 and demanded 'in tones audible half-way across the Poto-!- H. MONTAGUE, REAL ESTATE BROKER, X7XNSTON, TJ. C. ' WILL SELL LAND ON COMMISSION COLLECT RENTS, prepare abstracts and land papirs, negotiate loans, discount negoti able paper, and assume the general manage ment of estates. "REAL ESTATE! BULLETIN" FREE. NO SALE, NO CHARGES. BEST OF REFERENCES jan291y A GIFTS Send 10 cents postage and we wil you Fmi a royal. Tamable. ble box ol roods that will nut yoain the war of making moke money at once than anything tlwin America. Both sexes ! ail ages can live at home and work in spare time, or all the time. Capital not required. We will start you. Immense pay sure for those who start at once. STINSon & "Co., Portland Maine. jaa 7 It ROCK LIME. FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, Freshly Burned, $1.15 per bbL, Delivered in "Wilmington Also, AGRICULTURAL LIME and CARBONATE OF LIME FRENCH BROS., Aug23tf Rocky Point, N. JOS. BEVAN, MAIN STUKET. invites vour inspection of his NEW STOCK FOR THE HOLIDAYS including ladies' and genu" elegant irold wat"hes and chains ami liriti'lt":ie parlor clocks selected expressly for Hie holiday trade THRESHING MACHINES A SPECIALTY. Simplest, most Wuralite. economical :ind per fect in use. Wastes no Grain ; Cleans it Ifea'ly for Market. Threshing Engines & Horse Powers Saw Jlllla anil Mtanalarri Implement GmraII jr. Send for illustrated catalogue. mavMt A. B. FAKQUilAK, Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, York, I'a. ON YOUR WAY DOWN TOWN -STOPINAT " RICHARD & MURPHY, Comer Fifth and Old Town Streets, And order a nice Beef Roast or Steak sent to your house. Also keep Veal, Mutton, Pork, and Sausage. We keep Good Meats and We strive to Please. Give us a Trial. April 15th-ly. S. J. MONTAGUE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and Residence Church St., (Between 1st and Second,) WINSTON, N. C. Jan. 17, 1385.-ly WATCHES. CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY Promptly repaired lv skilled workmen and done by a practical engraver at the Watchmaker aud Jeweler. S3 Alain Street, Winston, N. C. Iec. l'i-ly SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver, Steel and Kidiber frame top nit all eyes, ami aes. you will Urn I at J. BE VANS, Optician, Main Street, Winston, X. C. Dec. 10-lv EUGENE L. HARRIS & CO., autits' Mii& m : 129 J FayetteviUc St., RALEIGH, JV. C. OLE. REMOVAL TO ABOVE QUARTERS on Fayetteville Street, gives a nice show room for goods and in addition a lare and well lighted Studio where MR. HARRIS will con tinue his PORTRAIT WORK ! With better facilities than ever. Send him or ders for enlargements in OIL, PASTEL, OR CRAYON. HE GUAARANTEES TO PLEASE! mav 13 lv. BEST REMEDY KXOWX FOR CATARRH, KjU -CLXj MOUTH, Etc., in all Forms and Stages. PUUELY VEGETABLE. ENTIRELY HARMLESS. UEQI'lUKS XO INSTIU'MKNT. IT Cl'KKS WHERE OTHEUS KAIL TO iIV"E UELIEK. ATHBNii, 15.. lec. 12. 1SM5. Gentlemen: hare lial catarrh in a very severe form three yearn. Olirini; thi time' my 8tomnt-lt was Kreatiy deranged : mywijrht. taste hearing and smell were nmeii tmpair.-i tin; latter tnrw al most destroyml. About i months a?o .finite 'nll cave inea tie of Certain Catiirrli :ii. Yhb have nwl mi-eU-r an! irretilaalr J.ut with most jrratilyinr results. The love trouMes have entirely disapixiared. my general condition is much iiurovwi, ami so icrrat has been the chaone. I 1'erl like a lirtVr-'iit jterson entirely. YHir-.et., !.r-i.v !: i"i:k Kit . What Lucy Itnoker (ol. .txivs a!ove. I liieve' istrne- T.ie-efl'eet vi'ti: ::!'.'! cine npim her wac. prompt snd tviurtrUali'y c:"Sea.':oii.-. AH tin; Miflerin? seems relieved and flic teils nut this one bottle tlid it. Si'ie.i.i Hov. ki.i. Ot.b. . .Tinliri' "!tv t.wiu t. A rhiMi. tin. 1 have exatit:nel the recotiiiiicuilutions sitl Certain Catarrh Cure an-! iw.'.: ici'tiia!lv ac quainted with the parties by whom they were. j;iven. feel no hesitancy iim saying.they are en titled to the utmost contidem-e of the pifblie. TiieSCCO. iscntirely r'Jial!eatel li moi'aMe in all dealings. Signed. R. K. Reaves, Mayor of Athens. Onlya few of our many ccr'ilfeMte" :t;-e pi van Imre. --Othciscan l?e obtair.ed 1'2'oui your -it uists, orby addressinft . " 3 C. Co., Allien, Ga. Sold m Wisarox, bv SMITH & HKOWN. " 1k.V.O. THOMPSON, may 6 ly " A -HC liA K V .V W h,S. POR t Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most-men, and used more and more every year. HOLSTEIN'S ! 50 HEAD FOR SALE; also A SMALL HERD OF DEVONS AT A BARGAIN. J 00 Thoroughbred Rams FOM $10 UP J O $35 EACH. DUROC-JERSET, BERKSHIRE. ESSEX ANI- Small Yorkshire Pig's. POULTRY OF ALL KINDS ! Send for Catalog1' to , T. LOVELOOC Jt CO.. Sept 24, ly GORnoNsx illk. Va HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL PRESENTS For solid silver spoons Kxr hex triple plated ware, such at waiters, cake h-kpM. Bax ters, r.-iiter seti. kitive?. forkt", .-jmm.s. A. .. .te g:i to JOS. SEVAN, Mi IN STREET. DR. A. L fVlOCK OfTers his Professional Service To the ieople of Winston -Salem and the sur rounding country. Will be f Mind at his residenee, on LiUitiy Street tho Xelson building atall times, when not professionally alent. jun27-Kiu W. B. GLENS. R. R. LM.N GLENN & GLENN, .ttornsys and Counsellors at Law, wixmvx, x. c PRACTICE im all the State and Federal Courts. Collections made in any part of State. Loans negotiated ou best security. Real Estate sold on commission. Abstract titles made, and eonreyances and oabraats of all kinds carefully prepared. p9-tiin. THE MARTIN HOUSE- IERSOX Tisiting Pobson will find it bi . their interest to stop at tlie "Alartin House" iviiere they will tind a cmfrtable home at reasonably low rice. We v.-onld call eswi al attention ti Dobson as a Summer resort for invalids and pleasure seekers. a:n il2i)tf W. E- Ti'bser, Prop. FIRST GLASS Grocers Keep If. Were washed with ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP Without Rnbbing;. First Class Housekeepers nse it. 1st. Washincr clothps In the usual manner is Uecirterllv liard work; it wears you out and the clothes too. 2d. Try a better plan and invent five cents in a bar of F.I, ECTItlC LIGHT SOAP. Naves Time, I.iibor, Money, Fuel and Clothes. l'e ns cii rectea on the w rapper of each bur. ORDERS SOLICITED ATKINS SOAP CO. " INDIANAPOLIS. IND. TOCKI1TG o O o o 1-1 (A o o $3 QQ Children's. 1 to 5 years, ditto, two attachments. -Misses- " - Ladies' " - - Missrs, wftb a belt, " LadHH. " " " ' - Stocfcinrr. Abdominal, and Catnme nial RunUiw Supporter ccri- ! . bind, - .!e. iJnlth Skirt Pnpporter, - 15c. " Brighton Ucnt's yarter, 15c. " FOR RALE BV ALL FIRST-CLASS KORES. Samples jsent prst-pnid 10 any address upon receipt 01 pfico iu -ctnt staittps. LEWIS STEIX, Sole Owner and Manufacturer, 179 Centre Street, York EASILY, EARJfEB, V ft IS- m. I r! la I We want larly A?nts for onr CELEBRATED MA T,V.MP OEAS'S SPIVAI. S'JPFOKTLSU COKt'ETS. No oriKnenc rqTi'nd. iTour orders por day give fcbo Aont if(150 IVlouthly. Our Aeii report from four to twenty gules daily. S:nd at once lor tenut ami fnll pirtimlsr-i. ?? 0O Outfit Frre. Li:WK SCKIKLfc & CO.. 33J Broudwwr. Seir W. 15 A Fuix Set of Attc&ni6D VARRANTElt i-'5eCiare3- Sen far tl Circular. C A. WOOD k CO., rr75 J p c o s it I y 5 1 5 s I A B-S I Kg I t? 2 "S a a fc . -a a S a o iA X;- c a H H hS9 mil 8 c. a pair I Oe. 13c. 1 5c. 20c. a sc. II. VT. NORFLEET. t J A. SHALES H, J. Crctk, Auctioneer. W. A. Webster, or Rockingham Co., Kloor Manajrer. J. M. Jesarp, of Stoke-; Co., Ass't Floor Manager. iedmoni Warehouse, WINSTON, ISI. O., For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco. IX commencing h new To!iae-o year. sire to thank onr frieml fir the atron:ie ill the patt. We promi'; rne'iMl ii'ori?. iii tlii'ir behalf in the future. We sjuarantee price equal to any hoinw in Win-ton. There will l-e an active demand for all pood, irit:lit Tm1kicos during the Kali trade. Don't lorset the place an. I name riKIMONT. Not. 5. 1SS5. tf M. W. NORFLEET & CO CIVIL SERVICE REFORM A3 TOBF.STt;0D BY A WAGONER DON'T HEAD THIS UNLESS YOU WANT TO LEA JIN SOMETHING A. few reusons uhy tii wmjon should he bought in jireferenee to any other sold in the South. lt. It made from native North Carolina Woods, which ly reason of sujwrior ouality, are much wanted by Hard Wood Maiuil'.u tim rs everywhere larse quantities of these Wooils being exxrted every year to Knri pe Tlie I'iedinoiit is made from the iest. -ud. Tlie Iron and Steel used iu its manufacture are from the lending f n ills of tlie United States. The Piedmont uses only the let tlutcau le bought. Every l$ox, Skein, Clip, Bolt or Screw, is liought with special reference to its ;(i.d (Quality and Durability. 3rd. It i painted with the Ttest and Most Durable of Cdors and with sfteeial reference to pre serving; the wood. The Piedmont uses no eheap paints, which are hardly worthy the name, when the matter ol" wear to be considered 'ur Varnishes tiwt us two and three times as much as other stuff' would that is enlli-d Varnish. 4th. The Mechanics who build the Piedmont are free-loru and intelligent, we work no con victs, which class f labor is now doin so iriieli to degrade and cripple that better class of free laljor, which is the Kieat hope and stay ol the South, iu her onward and prosperous career, ol buildiiisr up her waste places and eiirichnu; her !orders. The Piedmont is tho work of Artisans in Wood, aud in Iron, and in Paint, who iu point of Skill, will not lav down the chisel and the saw, or surrender the machine, tlie anvil and tlie h:;oiner. the paint brush and the easel to any, even though they may have figured in higher spheres, and attended the theoretically Industrial Schools of the land. Tin- Piedmont is proud other Workmen. 5th. The Piedmont don't make as cheap a Waon as niiht be made, by usin some of the wood that goes into its boiler furnace some of ihe old rail ami scrap iron and s'eel that it could buv very cheap, but don't some of the trash called Paints, that it has the opportunity of buvingand won't do it sttini! of the ConvsVts in the Xoytli Carolina Penitentiary which it could lease lor their board and cl it hps, but for the fact that it will keep ( iood 'ompany or none. All these things if practiced would make The Piedmont a very cheap wac;on. It don't desire such cheap notoriety. 6th. It is a g(Mil and honest wa;'"ii, sold as eheapas the cheaji-st of like quality, and outof the "Tongue of Good Pcpnrt." it expects to beat its CoinjN-titors. 7th. It apjxjals to the integrity of its work and tlie validity of its guarantee, which iu good faith, goes with every Piedmont Wagon sold, to commend it .to the confidence of its Agents, the pationage f the Trade and the Patriotism of the South. Sth. It is BOUND to Win. ap 22 1 PIEDMONT WAGON COMPANY, Hickory, N. 3. HARDWARE AND MACHINERY ! THAUMING IMPLEMENTS, White's Tobmco ami Tui-nii.- Plows, - (.something new and jrood,) MVCYirmicIc's Iron Mowers, Daisy Reapers ami Steel Twine Hinders. These stand at the head of Harvesting Machines. Geiier Threshers ani Horse Powers. Peerless Itaitei Eipes. Specially suited for tluoshinjr. HO Efts tOlV222s F !SrVl'KAL K1'25S, Our Machinery De)artineiit is m t liarge oi' Mr. Jno. 1. Xissen, whosft reputation as a first-class machinist is well known. We can make it to the interest of all wlio propse buying machinery of anv kind to see us. Corn Hocks, French Burrs, Bolting Cloths, Belting, Ac, &t We are prcjjared to oiler low. Call and see us. Winston, N. C, Aj.ril 16tli.tf. SHOWN, ROGERS Sc CO .A- Ii -A. 33 -A. S T" I 3ST 3S ! FOR FINISHING WALLS n-.i! making o!I ones look like new. can l e applied over anything, Hoards Pi-per, I'l.ister t.c, without any prep avation. rTis cheaper llian whitewash. h:tm!homer than paint or wall paper ami more durable than anv other style of finish. Can be applied with less .ahor than is required to wash a wall. At ASHCRAFT & OWENS, Druggists and Apothecaries, DEALERS IN- White Lead, Ready-Misei . Paint, Oils, Varnishes, Miu and Tanners CO I FeblStf A SPECIALTY MADE OF PHYSICINS SUPPLIES. Send 2rox PRICE illl ON 'UNABRlDCed UB!LARYl yoiCTlONAtyZ' JOB PRINTING. WILLIAMSON B o oils e II e s?s AND steas9 Pmim pmmmB i When you want FIRST-CLASS JO Pi WOUK s-nd your orders to them. hVeinl discount to Teachers and Merchant mi Seboo! Books. feb 18 ! ivP3 Sif f'jSa feggltea iOra i hi hard Wafers u o Crtt Orchard 5aits in sen!ed pflckaires at CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., PropVs. 3.&:a3LoL For CATALCErVS OF ITSELF SCHOOL BOOKS. CORRIE, DYSPEPM. SICK HEADACHE, C0XSTIPAT.0N. A Remedy for all Diseases the W-Jver, Kid. for I-rtctia. llradarhe. lipaCion. lJobe, one to two teaspnjnfu!s. I 10 &nl tb cl.s. No genuine salts sold in hulk. SJftl"- iONKS, Maneicer, IrftuUvllle, Uf. a a. : mac uiskv tar one: , , . 17 IV. 10th PbtUk. Pa