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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1886.
THE TWIN-CITY DEY. THE KLKCTION IN WIST)JI-SALEU MONDAY. The Local OptlonUt Carry the Day In Both Placed. ws from Other Points. The local option contest which has been carried oa m Winston-Salem for some time past, ended Monday, with a result against License, the vote standing as follows: Winston Precinct. So license, 377, Li cense, 308. Total numlier of votes east 680. Majority for no license 69. SaUm Precinct. y license 120, License 100. Total number of vote cast 229. Ma jority for no license 29. Total vote in Town ship 914. Majority for no license ir. town ship 9S. The election passed oft" quietly, no excite ment of any kind marring the day. The col ored yote was cast almost solidly for the dry ticket, while it has (een said that the Knight of Labor here yoted for local option to a man. The Woman's Christian Temperance Un ion had four flags placed at each entrance of the Court Honse Square on which was in scribed: "Dare todoRijjht," "Save my Boy" " For God ami Home," and " Close the Sa loons." Now that the matter has lieen settled at the polls The Sestimel. thinks it behooves all law abiding citizens to give the new or der of things a fair trial, and that the law be vigorously enforced. If allowed to be a dead letter it will in fact be a detriment to Winston's growth. THE ELECTIONS ELSEWHERE. - Kernersville, June 7. The wets car ried the election here to-day by a majority of nine. B. Charlottk, June 7. The entire vote cast hrre to-day was 1,607, of this number, 1,018 were cast for license, and o89 for pro hibition, making a majority of 429 for li cense. The local optionists announce their determination to try it again next June. R. Asheville, June 7. The election here resulted in the defeat of prohibition by 114 votes. Great excitement but good order preyailed. II. CoSCOKD, June 7. The election in this place resulted in favor of the prohibitionists by 25 majority. No. 11 township, which adjoins Coacord township went dry, by 28 inajoriry. The electson passed off quietly, and there were no disturbances. S. Statesville, June 7.--The vote in Statesville to-day resulted in 456 for license and 173 for prohibition. C. Raleigh, Jnna 7. The local ptionists carried the day here by a majority of sixty. D. Durham, June 7. The anti-prohibitionists carrried the election here to-day. Goldsboko, June 7. The wets have car ried the day here. R. The local optionists scored triumph at Oxford. Kinston, Henderson, Warrenton, Louisburg, Apex, Beaufort township and Seaboard, while the "wets" carried .Kr.ink lintou, Reidsville, Holly Springs, Morehead City and Littleton. Messrs. Ludden & Bales, have an at tractive advertisement in this issue inviting you to call on or write to them for bargana in pianos, organs, &c. Prof. Chas. Wilson is their agent at Winston. Extensive preparations are being made by the members of the Twin-City Club for the grand dress ball and reception next week, complimentary to the graduating class of Salem Academy. Very near, if not all of the graduating class of last year will be present at the Sa lem Commencement. The Baccalearette Sermon will be preached next Sunday, at 10:30 o'clock, by Rev. Edward Rondthaler, D. D- Rev. F. T. Tagg will, (commencing to-night, Thursday) hold a series of evening services this week in the M. P. Church. An appropriate address will also be deliv ered by him at the " Floral Service," at 3 o'clock Sunday evening next. Mr.Wm.G. Cockran, of Huntsville. Ala., who has been with Messrs. Jennings & Hay, died Sunday, May 30th, at the res idence of Mr. W.-G. Ledbetter, on Cherry Street. His remains were carried back to his old home home His age was twenty two years. Dr. J. T. Bagwell and Col. J. W. Al spaugh left Tuesday evening to attend the commencement exercises of Trinity Cullege, which take place to-day (Thursday). The Sentinel will have a special representa tive there who will furnish us with a report of the proceedings. Our Mr:Dorsett has just returned from Guilford Superior Court and brings with him quite a list of subscribers from that good old county. We highly appreciate the efforts our friends, are making every where in behalf of The Sentinel, and we shall make every effort in our power to merit this mark of their appreciation. r New subscriptions to The Sentinel are rolling in by every mail and our large cylinder power press is being put to its full est capacity in order to turn out our rapidly increasing edition. - Our city and county list are continually being added to and our advertisers are begining to realize that there Is " something in a paper's circulation" after all. : - . .-. - - The opening services of the new Broad : Street Baptist Chnrch, in West Winston, will take place next Sunday. ' The first ser vice in the morning will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Gwaltney, of Greensboro. In the evening a .Sunday School Mass Meeting will be held at 3 o'clock. Divine service will also be held at night. Revs. S. F. Conrad, H. A. Brown and other ministers, are expected to bejprewot and assist in the exercises. COUNTY COMjnSSSIOSBRS. Prm-ndlngt or Their Meeting Held at the Court-Housc Monday and Tuesday. The Board of County Commissioners met in the Court-House Monday and Tuesday and transacted the following business. J. P. Biukley was appointed to let out to the lowest bidder a contract to build a bridge across Ellison's Creek at or near Craft & Harper's Mill, on Concord road in Lewisville township. The Board of Justices of the Peace, a majority lwing present met with the Board f County Commissioners, pursuant to law, for the purpose of concurring in the levy of taxes for 1836, which is as follows, to-wit : Tares levied for general county purposes, 30 cents on the $100 valuation of real and personal property and 60 cents on each tax able poll. The same tax is also levied un der Schedule "B" and "C" for county pur poses as is levied by the State for State pur poses on all subjects of taxation. The joint session of County Commission ers and Board of Magistrates proceeded to the election of a new Hoard of County Commissioners for two years, ensuing from and after Dec. 1st, 1886, which resulted in thr election of J. W. Fries, T. J. Valentine and A. E. Conrad. A. I. Butner was re-elected County Su perintendent of Public Instruction for the term of two years, from Dec. 1st, 1886- On motion of J. D. Ar add ell, Jr., the question of adopting the alternative system of working the public roads of Forsyth eounty was taken up beibre Justices of the county for action and after being thorough ly discued resulted with 20 ays to 19 nays. The Board of Justices then adjourned. Keeping of the Court-House for twelve months, from the first Monday in June, '86, was awarded to Sheriff Boyer at $40 per year. The Clerk of the Board was ordered to advertise the letting out of the County Poor-House, and to receive sealed bids for the same until 1st Monday ia July. Xext term from 1st of August, 1336 to August 1st, 1887. The settlement of the county tax made by A. E. Conrad, Chairman, with Sheriff Boy er was approved. The renewed bond of Coroner Dicks was examined and approved. With no further business the Board ad journed. JiOTKS ABOUT TOWN. A dog supposing to be mad was killed in Winston last Saturday. The drug store of Messrs. Ashecrafl Sc Owen is receiving a fresh coat of paint. Mr. Lew Stein, formerly of this city but now of Richmond, Va., is in the city. Mr. X. M. Dean is building a cosy ad dition to his dwelling .si Heservoir Street. Mr. R. T. Gray's family, of Raleigh, are visiting relatives and friends in the city. Give a careful perusal to the advertise ment in another oolumn of J. . Davis & Co. Prof. Geo. T. Winston, of the State Univesity, lectured at the Opera House last Saturday night. Hough, the artist, took a fine picture of the graduating class ( in a group ) at the academy Wednesday. Mr. John Beven, of Florida, brother to our townsman, Mr. Jos. Beyan, will spend the Summer in the Twin-City, Dirt is being removed on Main Street, next to the Orinoco Warehouse for the new block ef Stores of Judge Starbuck. Mrs. W. B. Glenn, gave a very enjoya ble luncheon te a number of her lady friends, one afternoon last week. The promenade concert given in the Salem Square last Saturday night was a grand success financially and otherwise. Through the effects of paint and brush, ''apt. J. E. Gilmer's residence and stores have been greatly improved in appearance. Mr. F. C. Meinnurig, of Salem has just turned out from his shop- a very neat looking delivery wagon for Messrs. Giersh, Sense man St Co. Mr. D. P, Mast returned Sunday from his old home in the Western part of the State where he has been spending several days the past week. Rev. H. A. Brown is attending Wake Forest Commencement. The Sentinel has made ample special arrangements for an account of the exercises. The residence of Mr, Bather on Fourth Street, nearly opposite St. Paul's Eyiscopal Church is nearly completed, and presents quite a handsome appearance. ' An account of Rutherford College Commencement -came too late for publica tion in this issue. The closing exercises took place week before last. As will I e seen elsewhere, Mr. J. W. Fries was elected County Commissioner, in place of N. S. Cock, by the Magistrates, who were in session Monday. The recent heavy rains are reported to have done considerable damage to wheat and other growing ciops throughout this and immediate neighborhoods. ' - New dwellings and business houses are now being erected all over the Twin-City.' The day draweth nigh when Winston will be the city of North Carolina. The two sermon delivered last Sunday in the Episcopal Church by Rev, Dr. Hall, of Brooklyn, N. Y-, and Rev. J. Buxton, D. P., of Asheville, ari highly complimented by the who heard them. . " The Piedmont section is having a boom in Agricultural papers. Corn and Tobacco is the name of a paper announced from Walnut Cove. - The Sjtntinbl wishes the new candidate a successful career. , ALL 0VEK THE STATE. XBWiOF THK WEEK IX XORTH CAR OLINA. - Cawefnlly Called From Our Cotcmpurarlee Ail Compressed into Small Particles. Correspondence of the Sentinel. ALLBOHANY. Sparta, the county-seat of Alleghany county, N. C, is nestled down between the hills and detach ad spurs of the Blue Ridge, which presents a view, that is hardly sur passed by any village in Western North Carolina. The water as it gushes from the mountain gorges, is as cold as ice, as clear as crystal, and as pure as the dew from heaven, and all the time during the sum mer mouths there is a gentle breeze, thai imparts a healthful vigor to the humaa system, unknown to those who are South of tlie Blue Ridge. In short, this is the most delightful as well as the most healthful cli mate in the L'nited States, for invalids su fering under a depraved condition of the blood, general prostration of the nervous system, diseased liver, neuralgia, rheuma tism, and especially diseases peculiar to females, and many other chronic diseases. There has been a recent discovery of a spring in this mountain, which is said to i contaia wmderful healing properties. The springs have not been improved, but many people have visited and tested the water, and testify to its great medicinal properties. To lovers of sport, let me tell you that there can I e nothing more desired, in the way of fishing, than is afforded in angling for the speckled trout, which so abundantly abounds in the rivers, creeks und brooklets in this mountain regien. Sparta is seventy-five miles from Winston, about the same dis tance from Statesville. It is thirty-rive miles from Crockett's Depot on the Virgin ia A Tennessee Railroad. There is a gmul school here with many scholars from a dis tance in attendance. The citizens are in telligent and hospital, and for an invalid, in search of health, there is no better place on the face of the earth than here. More anon. T. M.Osboknk. WILKKS. Corrcspondencs of the Sentinel On Saturday, May 22nd, a fearful hail storm, with hail and rain, struck Stoney Ridge, between 12 and 1 o'clock in the evening. It is reported to be the most frightful and disastrous hail-storm that has ever been chronicled in this section. At 11 o'clock, a. in., a very dark, roaring cloud rose in the West, and an hour later one from the Southeast appeared which seemed to make conjunction directly over this point, and soon the stones began to pour down in torrents. The mighty roaring of the thun der could scarcely be heard for ihe noise of falling hail, which fell very fast for about twenty minutes; some of the Mones were large as guinea eggs, and fell to a supposed depth of four inches. The storm has almost ruined gardens hereabouts, also wheat and rye fields are in bad shape, some of them so badly torn down that the straw would burn. No lives lost, but a Mr. Hall, who is employed in McGlamery's tanyard was made to pray pretty hard. Much success to The Sejitinel. M. Stoney HiU. HARNETT. Corrttpondenze of the Sentinel. A wiiite woman by the name ef Lucy Johnson, of the Grove township gave bin.li to a child a few days ago and concealed it in a trash pen in the corner of the yard, and when it was found it was dead. She is being guarded until August court when she will be tried for infanticide. Will. Long, of Neill's Creek township, was attacked by a mad dog the other day, but succeeded in escaping without being bitten. Plmters in this county are going intn tobacco largely, and I think Harnett will prove a great to bacco county, as it is a fertile region and can produce anything that can be grown in other jarts of the State. Farmers are getting the right idea about farming, and are setting to work to make their own liv ing instead of being supplied by the West and North. Crops are finer all over the county than has been knowu in a good while, especially in the Lilhngton Low grounds the wheat and corn crops can't be excelled in the State. L. Bowie's Creek. ALEXANDER. Correspondence tf the Sentinel. At 9 o'clock, A. M-, May 27th, at the res idence of the bride's father, R. P. Mathe son of the Taylorsville bar, was united in marriage -vith Miss Ida Sfathesoa, Rev. V. B. Tidball officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jones left, immediately on an extensi e tour North, visiting Washington, Baltimore and other cities. Mr. Jones was formerly a cit izen, and is a native of Fersyth coun ty. His father and family live at Bethania. and has quite a number of relatives and friends in your city. Mr. Jones has won a prize that not only himself but others strove very hard to gain. Mr. Jones ably represented this, his adopted county, in the last House of Representatives, and now stands the best chance of any in the county of getting the nomination to represent this District in the State Senata, and a nomina tion is the same as an election, as little or no opposition is ever made. On May 29th Joseph Sloop, an old idiotic nianof some 70 o: SO years of age committed sui cide by hanging himself with some hickory bark, in a wheat field a little over a mile west of this place. He had threatenedjto do this several times before. E. L. H.i. Taylorsville. HUES A!D THRRB. Near Tyro Shop, Davidson county, Fri day night, while A. J. McBride and wife were eating supper they were murdered in their seats, and the house robbed and burn ed , togethet with their bodies. McBride gaye in his taxes and stated that be -had 200 on hand, which is supposed to have been the cause of the murder. Alfred Long, a colored maa, living near by was suspected , of the crime and arrested. On Sunday morning last he was taken out of jail and lynched. He made a full confession of having committed the crime. The State Dental Convention at Raleigh last week was well attended. - It elected J. F. Griffith and J. E. Matthews members of the -State Board of Dental Examiners, to serve for three years. It elected the follow ing officers: B. II. Douglas, of Asheville, President; C. A. Bouringtr, of Reidsville, and H. C Herring, of Concord, Vice-Presidents ; T. M. Hunter, of Fayetteville, Sec retary; J V. Hunter, of Salem, Treasurer; J. W. Hunter, J. II. Durham, and H. C. Herring, Executive Committee. Morehead City was chosen as the place of meeting next year, and J uoe 7th as the date. The foil wing were appointed delegates to the Virginia Dental Association, to be held at the Natural Bridge, August lllh : E. L. Hunter, S. . P. Hilliard, C. L-' Alexander, H. Snell, J H Durham, V E Turner and J II White. GRAMS unrivalled Family Atlas of the World, for sale at Williamson A Cobsik's. ' The Cottars Organ. " We call attention of s.ur readers to an ad vertisement of the Chicago Cottage Organ Company iu another column, and we take pleasure in recommending to the general public a company whose Organs have at tained a popular reputation for their super ior musical qualities artistic beauty and gen eral excellence. This company ranks among the largest and best in the United States, having a capacity for manufacturing 800 Or gans per month, and its organs are shipped into nearly every inhabitable portion of the globe. The members composing . the firm of the Chicago Cottage Organ ompany are men of experience, integrity, skilled in their line, conduct their business on an equitable basis, and their future is destined to be a bright one. A Baby Show. Wilmington had a very successful and in teresting bady show recently, awarding prizes to the finest male and female babes under one year of age, charging an eatrance fee of ten cents for each infant and a small admis sion to spectators. The babes were number ed and the nurses exchanged ' places' in or der to give the judges no clue to-the identi ty ef the babies. Quite a nice sum was raised. Let Winston fellow suit and have a baby show. The Eureka Window Lock is a uaique little invention that Messrs. Brown, Rogers & Co., are making a "big run" on. By this little device the cumbersome weights and cords may be dispensed rfiih, while it can be used equally as well in windows having the weights. One great advantage the '"Eu reka" has, lies in the fact that the top and bottom windows may both be put up and down a little, thus affording healthful vent elatlon and at the same time being securely locked Against intruders. The spirit of improvement is taking possession of citizens on Fifth Street. Mr. J. D Watkins has just had his residence beautifully repainted ; Dr. ray, has had the high curbing to the sidewalk in front of his dwelling, nicely turfed ; Mr. She! ton has had a pretty new front fence put up, and Mr. Wiley Keith has effected a simulai improve ment. Dr. S. J, Montague has just completed three nice frame buildings on Fifth Street in East Winston and is now finishing up three more near the same place. These buildings will be ready for ocupancy by the 1st of July. The streets are leing worked in this portion of the town and it is I icing rapidly built up. It is high and healthy with good water and will soon be settled up by good people. Let everyone bear in mind the promer nade concert next Saturday night in the Farmer's Warehouse given by our tire lad dies for the purpose of buying caps. The committee also requests us to state that those who feel disposed to contribute anything, such as cakes, lemons, &c, will be thankful ly received at Farmer's Warehouse. Music will be furnished by the Italian string band. A Sentinel reporter the other day met at the Orinoco Warehouse Mr. E. S. Collins, of Yadkin county,' who has 84 per fect fingers and toes and has also double knee joints both of which are perfectly visi ble to the eye. ALL varieties of Garden Seed at Thomp son's Dru Store. WANTED. A position as traveling sales man for tobacco factory. Addreess Xctt, Skstinkl office. Feb 18 tf WANTED By a voting lady. A situation aa governess for youiitr. children. Terms reasonable, r'or further iniforinatioti apply to Editor. Feb 4cli-tf SOAPS. Avery large line of Pears, Oolgates and other fine soap at Thompsons Drug Store. When in need of soap Thompsons is the place to get them. Feb. 25th tf PATENTS secured on reasonable terms. Work reliable ; papers carefully and legally drawn. Write for particulars. N. L. Coi.laukr, Patent Attorney, Washington, D. C. W ANTED. Situation as Teacher, or will be II companion to a lady, and assist in the household. Understands dress making. Good references. Address X. Z.. care Skstikrl. April Hth-tf. F OR SALE County and Township rights for a very useful household implement. Pay ing work for a live young man. Apply at Of fice of Western Sentintl, Winston, N. C HAMMOCKS, Croquet, Base Balls, Bats Ac, at Williamson Sc Corbik's. May 27-3t Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Bkst Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Uheuni. Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains Corns, and til Skin Eruption, ami xisttivelr cures Piles, or no par required. It is snarantecd to give perfect satisfaction, or money ref milled. Price 2i cents per bo. 'For sale hy V. O. 7'hompson. FOR SALE! ' TAFFT S SODA APPARATUS (THE HERALD) I TROUBLE DRAUGHT, 2 Soda, 4 Mineral. U and 1ft Syrup. Copper Fonts, Ac All complete. A Handsome Marble Font, costing $141110. Will sell on favorable terms. Applv to ED. STAMPS, june 10 It Raleigh, N. C. FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP JiEXT TO PFOHL & STOCKTON. " WINSTOX, N. C VEAT ami clean work guaranteed at regular prie.es. Calls at home solicited. E A. GRIFFITH, A TTORNEY AT LA W, WINSTON, N. C. Office over Clark A Ford's Store. Strict attention given to all business, espec ially to the collection of claims, Will practice in Federal and State courts. m'ch. S, '85-ly. Brewster's Patent Retn Holde. Tsur Uses are where yee put thrm not u4r kerns' feet. One scent sold 11 doz. In ft days, sse dexlM: sold e doc la 1C days, uylu wortk S1.M 7SSB. Writs for terms. E. S. SUUTvTSTn, S0II7, Winston Tobacco Market. CeitKECTBB WKKKLT. Breaks are large and the bulk of the tobacco is in very -soft order. Prices are low for all damaged and tobaccos in high order, while all sound grades in good keeping order are selling fair. We quote for tobaccos in good order. Lugs, Common - - S.OO s .1.00 " Common Brign. - 4.00(9 .00 Good. " - 7.00 ( 10.00 " Fine. " - la.oo 15.rx iaf. Common, " S.OO u& 5.00 Median). - - 8.00(5) 8.00 " Ciood - 9.00(01 11. eo Cutters Good - - 16.00 (9 zO.OO " Fine - - 22.S0 ( 30.00 Rich waxy tillers - - 13 00 IS. 50 Wrappers, lomnioi, - - 18.00(22.50 Good. --. as.oo (a) 40.00 -Fine, - - - 4.U0(4 Hi.0 . PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected, by Hinshaw fe Bynum, Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Bcyiso Pricks. Red wheat, $1 SO a 1 Xt White " 1 It 1 15 if(ttMKi( 50 &rn, n0 Chop, I 3g Extra Flour, 2 50 Family.. 2 75 an it Prk 7 cts. kard ft ..ta. Butter. li 2a eta. Honey, ct3. Beeswax.. jq ct3. Tallow, 4 cta Green Hides, i cta. Dry Hides, 10 cta ESgs . 19 a 12J cta. Chickens, li 25 cU. Irish Potatoes, 7i a 1 till 1 cts. Pe- 75 cts, Hay.percwt 4 s 6 cts. MARRIED. In Kernersville by Rev. J. C. Thomas, May 3oth; Mr. J. 3. Mitchel to Miss Mattie jloore gf Winston. At the residence of the bride's father In Guilford county, June 1st, Mr. F. M. Pegram to Miss m. i. Fegraro, Rev. J. f . Thomas of ficiating. In this city, June 2d, Mr. David Fraley, of Lexington, to Mi. Sallie Leak of this city. Dr. Bagwell, officiating. Tun Suntinkl's heat wishes accompany the bridal couple who left on the evening train for Lexington their future home. DIED. Is Kernersville June 7th, Miss Ma V. Robin son aged 1ft years. In Winston June 2nd, the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richard. The remains were carried to Durhan for interment. Mr. J. M. Clement at his home in Mockville died last Friday after a lingering illness from consumption. Mr. Clement was an able law yer and stood high in the estimation of the le gal fraternity throughout this section. - His age was in the neighborhood of fifty -eight years for many of these years he has been a constant reader of Thb Sextixkc and one of the papers warmest friends. In his death the people of Davie loose a valuable citizen and the State a scholarly and polished gentleman. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the error and indiscretions f youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of rrnnhood, Ac., I will rnd a re ceipt that will cure you. FltKK OF C1I A IH.4K Tine (treat remedy was discovered lv a miss ionary in South America. Send a elf-adlress-od envelope to the Rev. Joskph T. Ikman litMtaon I). New fork City. Oet. IS. l.Hsa. lv A P IZE DRAWN Every Time with the Cash, at J. W. DA. VIS & CO.'S! 17 E CAN SAVE YOU 10c. OX EVERY DOLLAR, and if you possess good common sense, we know you don't wish to throw your money awjiy. So save $10 every 3 or 6 months hy trading with me. Visit in early, :t we are ready to show you how it is done. We keep DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, BACON AND GROCERIES GENERALLY. Very Respectfully, Winston, N. C, May 6 iy. J. W. DAVIS. ID. S! EEID WILT- make it to everybody' interest to call and see his larjre and well selected rtnek ..r IMtY GOODS, SIIOKS. HATS, COX KKUTION AK I KS. H'OUDKN W A UK, WILLOW WAUK, Glass Ware, Drugs and spies, JEm G-rocory Department UJarae, consisting of Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Syrups. Meat, Lard. Kish. ami Fancy Groceries. Leather cut to suit customers. He is determined to sell Goods at the LOWKST 1'ltfl KS. Als aent for the C'wlelirated PACIFIC GUANO FOR GROWING FINE YELLOW TOBACCO ! Which Ultra such universal satisfaction throughout the tobacco section last season. Trice for (.'Midi. $4.00. Price on Time. 4. 50. Mr. J.S, K. KC1.TON. of stokes county, Mr. W. T. UKIh of Winston, and Miss IlKTTIK L. TliAVXHAM. of Davidson county are with him. They cor dially invite their friends to call to sec them, lie accepts this opportunity of thanking his'man v friends for their very liberal suptort during the past year and promises them hy close attention to business and square dealing, to merit a continuance of their esteniecil favors. jan S ly PIANO AND ORGAN CLEARING OUT SALE ! YOUR CHANCE TO SECURE A GOOD INSTRUMENT AT ABARGAIN. Come up, Buyers. Here's your chance. 100 Piano! 100 Organ! to bi' cloned out rerfnrdle of value. A genuine Clearance. Sale to reduce xloek. These InMrumenU are over and above our regular stock; mut g-t our money out of them. SOME ABE new, not used a day; some have boen u.-ed a few months; some used six months or a year; soma used from two to five years. Rome are ood Second-Hand Iiistnimenis, taken in exchange and thoroughly repaired, renovated, repolished and made as good as new. IN THE 200 there are Squaru rianos. T"pri;;ht Pianos, Grand Pianos Church Organs, and Parlor Organs, from overtwentv different milkers including GHIi 'KERIN'G, KXABE. MASOX & HAMLIN, HAL-LETT 4 I)AVIS, MATHUSHKK, VOSE, BUKDETT, ARKX, ( ABLER. PELOCBET, SHOXIXGEK, ESTEY, and Bent. .DESCRIPTIVE LISTS are printed, and a as by versoii. Instrument are represented suited we refund their money. TERMS EASY. Pian is $10 per month ; Organs $5 per mouth. Groat in.iu ements to rijxjt Cash Buyers. Write, and we will offer bargains that wifl open your eyes. - OVER TWENTY of these Instruments were sold durins; Centennial w. k, but t'.u ia are 200 left, whiwh must go in the next BO days. From thr--, to five are sold daily, 'rite ipiich, if you want to secure oue. This advertisement (iu iiii go n! papers) will clear out the int. ' WRITE VOR Piano and Onan C!arini: Out Sale Cire dars. and mention this advert:!iiiuut VTrite AT OXCE. Address .lec24, '84-ir LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GA. W. J. COXRAD. W &TB3NS & 00NBAD, DENTISTS, Teeth Extracted without pain by the rise of Nitrous Oxide Gai. jan 21 tf OFFICE, O. Address, Main St. Salztn, N. C. Winston, Jf. C. J. LINDSAY PATTERSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WINSTON, N. C. WILL, practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Deeds. Martarapes and other lejial papers, neatly, correctly and prompt! v drawn. Keal estate sold on commission. Money loaned on good security. Collection of claims made inall 1art of the State. All business intrust I to lim will receive prom. t ami faithful attention. Office over Vaughn A Pepper's Store. noS61y J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., CIVIL. KNtilNKKK Ajf D SURVEYOR SPKCiALTiaa : Municipal, Sanitary and Road Engineering. WINSTON, N. C. LEVELING AKD GRADE STAKING; Platting; Railroad, Laud and Mine Survey ing; Linear, Contour and Topographical Map ping. Calculations of Areas. Excavations, Embankments, Sic Pin us aud Estimates for Sewerage Systems, Water Supply Systems, Retaining-Walls, Trussed Bridges, Roofs, Ac. Secffioations, Estimates and Contracts for Grading jr other E-irth-work Prboletn. Gen eral Engineering and Surveying executed with, skill ami accuracy, facilitated by the use of the most modern improve! methxls and instru ments. Officb is BITTING BLOCK, may fi REPORT OF THE COmOH OF The First National Bank AT WINSTON, IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, AT THE CLOSE OF IH'SI NESS, JUNE 3, 1SSB. HKSOURCES. Loans and discounts ? 295,lK'J.05 V S Bonds to secure circulation 100 ,0ll(l.(MI U S Bonds to secure deposits 50,U0l).tO I' S Bonds on hand , 5,000.00 Due from other National Banks 3,87.4rt Due from State Banks and bankers 3,fi73.rt4 Rel estate, furniture and fixtures.. 188.8.131.52-'; Current expenses and taxes paid... 3,027.24 Premiums paid 14.604.311 Checks and other cash items 1,320.13 Bills of other Banks 1,1)00.00 Fractional aper currency, nickels, anil tiennies 73.4 Trade dollars "3.1 Specie 17,789.36 Legal tender notes 28,000.00 Redemption fund with V, S Treas urer, 5 per ct. of circulation 2,605.00 Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in i Surplus fund Undivided profits Nat. Bank notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Demand certificates of deposit United States deposits Deposits of U S disbursing oll'uvrs.. Due to other National Banks Due to State Banks and bankers Notes and bills re-discounted $"32.42.".."0 100,000, 45,000, 9,354. 90.000, 93,37ft. 81 .9X9 42,484, 0,713 115,261 3,245 44.000 00 .00 34 .00 3 .52 20 ,91 .40 ,8ti .00 Total $ 532.425.50 Statk of North Carolina. County of Forsyth. I, J. W. Alspaiih, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the aUive statement is true to the liest of my knowledge and belief. J. W. Alapaioh, trashier. Subscribed and sworn to In-fore me this Xth day of June, lKSfi. L. W. Pkoram, Notary Public. Correct Attest : S. II. Hodois, ) C. Hamlkn, Directors. T. J. Brows, j purchafe can be made by cirrcs;Hmilence as well precisely as they are, and if purchasers are not. C. J. WATKISS.