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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 188(5.
GEO. STEWART, lis and S'neet Iron Manufacturer, Opposite dinners' Warehouse. WINSTON'. N. J. ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SP0UTIN6 lone a whorl noti.-e. Keeps constantly n 1i:inl a lime lot of Coofc mg mt Heatins Stores, no. 2 tf liriLL POSITIVELY PLOSE BUSINESS IT here the la-tor .Jim-. Therefore remains . . mm (vii unnr UNLT lint munin munt For thoe who inaj wi.-li s. obtain turther ex amples of HIS ARTISTIC SKILL Before hi final ilepartiir. Aa in the jwst, an to the etui, Hs will Spars nc Pains cr Sxpsnss To pleas those wh.i faor him with orders. MA.N STREET, WINSTON. Mar 24th, 1SSU. IF O TT TZ' r5 HORSE AND CATTLE PC" iVDERS s- '.iOi Wo Hik wfl- . ( t ". I or Lon Fx vkr, il Foiitz' ii-m :ir" 'i.nt time. Koutz's Pow-Wts u-il! nr tii'i r em MooCFotiBA, Foutz'f I'ow.I.tj. v il! nr-wn .i.rr.s is Fowu Fontz'i rowli'ps will inrr:i-r t.ie qnntity of milk an'l cream twenty p-r r?nt.. ant. nuke Hie butter Arm an 'I sweet. Fontzs Powders will rnre or prevent almost kvkbT Diskask to which Horsis riti-l t :ittle are subject. KOUTZ'8 I'OWPKR WIIJ. GIYK SATISFACTION. Sold everywhere. IAVII E. POTJTZ, Proprietor. BALTIMORE. MD. CHICAGO COTTAGE k EP Sk f Has attained n standnr of excellence which id mi 1 3 of no superior. It contains every improvement that Inventive genius, skill and money c:m produce. These Organs are celebrated for volume, quality of tone, quick response, artistic design, beauty in finish, perfect construction, making them the most desirable orpans for homes, schools, churches, lodges, societies, etc. ESTABLISHED REPUTATION. ETKEQITAEED FACILITIES, SKILLED WOBKME5, BEST MATERIAL, COMBINED, HAKS THIS THE POPULAR ORGAN ' Instruction Books and Piano Stools. Catalogues and Prioa LUta, on application, raan. CHICAGO C0TTA6E ORGAN CO. 831 Blue Island Avenue. CHICAGO. ILL june 10 6m. - : ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers j by addressing Geo. P. Rowell& Co., Newspaper Advartiting Bureau.' lO Spruce St., New York. Jjsnd lOcl. for lOO-Pmgo Fauxaphlet. ; - FOUTZ oxra BVEEY -r 10 OBQA2T ATTff , J??"' :ff w a-r IS &3aalrJ BANTKD TO K p' I FOS o O ci m a (y or. m 5 O H PS o 1 OUE COUNTErS FUTUEK, WHAT THE LABOR " TROI'BLES 31 AY LEAD TO. The Great Grievances of the Working ManCapital That Buys Up Con gressmen. J-rom the Davidam Monthly. Vlien we see our railroad trans portation stopped, oar cities thronged with howling ruobs, our officers attacked by armed bands of worth less, blood-thirsty men, whose only delight is stirring up strife; and when we view the terrible struggle that is now going on in our country between capital and labor, we may all ask, " What will be our country's future?" While Americans were contem plating the great riot that occurred inLondon two or three months ngo, and while the American press was criticising' the English government, and boasting that such a thing had never occurred on American soil, the news that a great mob had been committing deeds of violence in the city of New York, struck our people like a thunderbolt. The effect of the riot n New York was soon felt upon the working men throughout the .Northwest and v est. After the strike in New York, im mediately follo-ved the great railroad strike which ra;el throughout all the States from Illinois to Texas. Then came the riots in East-St. Ijouis. Then almost the next news papers bring tidings of bloodshed in Milwaukee. And last of all we hear of the officers of justice being surrounded by bands of desiderate, lawless men, and blown up with dynamite and fired upon with re volvers. While we have no sympathy for this lawlessness, and while we think hanging is almost too good for the wretches that participate in the blood-shed in Milwaukee and Chic ago, yet we must say that our labor ing classes have great grievances. In thousands of cases our working men have been reduced to poverty. These great capitalists, in almost every case, have reduced the wages of their employes to what will bare ly afford them a scanty subsistence. And if the working-men appeal to the courts, in nine cases out of ten, justice is defeated by the money of the monopolist and his shrewd at torneys. I or is our government in more danp-er from the strug-gle between capital and labor, than it is from these great capitalist themselves. These capitalists, during every cam paign, spread their money over the land with a lavish hand, in order that they may elect men who will become their servants. Not only do they have their Congressmen and Senators, but, whenever their inter ests require it they buy other Sena tors and Congressmen. Within the last twenty or thirty years, some of our highest officers have been bought for a lew thousand dollars. How often great firms and corpor ations make Senatoi-s and Congress men, ami other orucers ot the gov ernment, presents of 10,000 to 100,000 worth of their stock. Do they make these gifts expecting nothing in Teturn ? Do not these Senators and Congressmen know that they expect them to become their men whenever a question affect ing their interests comes up? When they receive these gifts, do they not pledge themselves to be the servants of these corporations? Certainly they do. Our present speaker of the House has shown himself to be a man by refusing to accept a gift of a hundred thousand dollars. How often, too, is justice perver ted in our courts by the money of these capitalists. It is becoming almost impossible to convict a rich man, no matter how plain his guilt may be. This deplorable fact is becoming so conspicuous that no proof is neeled. , Any one w ho has been keeping up with the news of our country for the last two or three years, cannot help being struck with this fact. Such, then, is the great question" that is confronting our legislators. tiik i;mty ov mankind. T!e N .".Hon of the "World KSeing Drawn Clouts to Kailt Otlte-r.- . Human progress has ever tended towards the unitv of the human race. In what will this unity consist, if it is 'ever reached ? Is it , necessary that the ' peculiar characteristics of each nation be levelled and degraded to some common types, in order that this unity may be attained ? No, it can only be brought about as a pro duct of the, full development of these various characteristics. . When this end shall be reached- when the peculiar features of every nation of the glolx; shall be unfolded and de veloped iu all their diversity then will miity and harmony' foe establish-' ed in the lmm?.fi race. But it will be a unity in variety. When we be- hold this beautiful world of ours, and are not able to find two stones, or even two grains of sand, exactly alike, it seems, at first sight, that there is no uniformity in Nature, but that all is diversity. But when Ave examine Nature's laws, and study the changes that are produced in ac cordance with these unvarying laws, we are astonished to find unity in the midst of so much variety. This also is the only kind of unity that can ever exist in the human race. The closing decades of the 19th century have witnessed a swift and sure progress towards the realization of this unity of mankind. L.et us notice two of the methods by which this marked advance towards unifi cation has been brought about. The Industrial Exhibitions, which have become so numerous during the latter part of this century, are wield ing a powerful influence in unifying the various nations of the earth. In these exhibitions, which have been held in Ixmdon, Paris, Constantino ple, Vienna, Philadelphia, New York, New Orleans, and various other quarters of the globe, the in dustrial products of the far East are placed side by side with the Euro pean and American products, and visitors are drawn from almost every land and nation. Thus men from the North, South, East and West are brought into intimate relations with each other, and a long stride towards unity . is the natural and inevitable consequence. Another means by which this unifaction is produced in Christian Missions. The wonderful outburst of missionary activity has occurred chiefly in this, the last half of the 19th century. And the work is con tinually advancing, and unifying the human race. Not only is the island world of the Pacific now open to the Gospel ; but also in the mighty empires of Asia and Africa, the sun of the Gospel has burst forth with such brightness that it can never again disappear. So that it can be fairly said that " the globe is covered with a net-work of Chris tian outposts. KDUCATIOXAU NOTES. There are thirty-one colored stud ents at Yale. Ijadies in the cadet club of the State Univerity of Kansas drill with guns. School property in the South is valued at 6,000,000 against 88,- 000,000 in the North. Five million dollars have been donated to Princeton since Dr. Mc- Cash became President. At Lafayette five points are de ducted from a student's grade if he is found guilty of profanity. The University of Henna has received a bequest of G0,000 for the investigation of spiritualism. The German government has ordered the establishment of chairs of hygiene at all the universities of the Empire. A pension of SI, 500 a year has been granted to Professor Huxley "in recognition of his excellent sci entific services." The corporation of Trinity College Toronto, has at last decided to allow women to proceed to degrees in the same way as men. Princeton spent 2,002.04 for foot ball last season, and after subscribing 150 to the base ball association, has 253.35 in the treasury. Dio Lewis says, that no user of tobacco has ever headed his class Lit Harvard, or at any other college where statistics have been kept. Yale will probably have a build ing for base ball practice during the winter. It is to be 75 feet long, with a glass roof, protected by wire. It is estimated that the cost of the preparation for the Greek play, to be given by the students of the University of Pen u a, will foot up at least 3,000. Cambridge 'defeated Oxford in the annual race on the Thames bv a handsome lead. This is the seven teenth victory for Cambridge to twenty-two for Oxford. The Teachers' Assembly at Black iUountain win oe the meettmr oi tne educational advocates of North Carolina. On the 29th of June the body will be addressed by Gov. Scales. - The Juniors and Sophomores had a lively fight at the Ohio State Uni versity at CJolumbus, recently, over the flags of the respective classes. After a thirty-minutes battle, the Sophs came off victorious. Clubs were the weapons, the college campus the field of meeting, and the girls of each class acted as seconds. Broken heads, loose teeth, and bloodshed was the extent of the damage, but honor was vindicated. ' ' Capital Prize, $150,000. " We do hereby certify that we supervise the or rngements for all the Monthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Com pany, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are con ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certificate, with facsimiles of our sig natures attached, in its advertisements." We the undersigned Banks and hankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our coun ters. .1. II. OGLESBY, Pres. Louisiana National. Bank J. W. KILBRETH, Fres State National Bank. A. BALDWIX, Pres. New Orleans National Bank. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. Louisiana State Lottery Co - Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Leg islature for Educational and Charitable purpos es with a capital of $1,000,000 to which a re serve fund of over $550,000 has since teen added. By an overwhelming popular vote its fran chise was mali3 a part of the present State Con stitution adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879. Its Grand Single Kumber Drawings will take place monthly. It never scales or 2o-il-ponei. Look at the following Distribution : 193rd Grand Monthly AND THE EXTRAORDINARY QUARTERLY DRAWING In the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday June 15, 1886, Under the personal supervision and mana gement of Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and 5en. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia. Capital Prize, $150,000. Notice- Tickets are Ten Dollars onlv. Halves, 5. Fifths. $2. Tenths, $1. LIST OF PRIZES 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $150.000.. .9150,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 50,000... 20,000... 10.000... 5,000... 1,000... 500... 300... 200... 100... 50... 50,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 4 LARGE PRIZES OF 20 PRIZES OF 50 ' 20,000 25,000 30,000 40,000 60.000 50,000 20,000 10,000 7,50y 100 200 Ml) 1,000 APPROXIMATION" PRIZES. 100 Approximation Prizes of $200.. 100 " " 100. 100 " " 75. 2,27!) Prizes, amounting to $522,500 Application f r rates to clubs should be marie only to the office of the Company in New Or leans. For further information write elearlv, giving full address. FOSTAL NOTES, Express Mon ey Orders or New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at our exeiise) addressed yi. . . nii pini, !Vw Orlvanit, TLi or .Tl. A. IIAIPHIX. IVasbinUun, I. C. Make P. 0. Money Orders paya ble and address Registered Letters to !lEWOHLEAMI. II10.VAL BASK . Orleans, K.u DURQC-JERSEY Prize-WInniiifl: Strains. Spring Pigs, finer to Registry. Ready than ever. All eligible for shipment on and alter April loth. Single pig, $6. Pair, not akin, $11. Trio, not akin, $15. All at S weeks old. Special Express rates. Book your orders ahead, so as to have pigs shipped on time, and thus save unnecessary Express. Choice Pure-Bred Poultry. WYANDOTTES. Eggs from main flock, $1.5 for 13. Eggs from prize-breeding pen, S2.50 for 13. PEKIN DUCKS. $t per pair. Egs, $1.50 lor 13. BRONZE TURKEYS. Gobbler, $4. Pair, $7. Eggs, $1.50 lor 6. None but fresh eggs shipjied. and orders tilled in rotation. PIERSON BROS., Summit, Sottsylvania ("!.,., Va. Mention this pajer. Sept 24 tf. TROY SPRING WAGON WHEEL WORKS. TROY, OHIO. Ko. 25 ROAD WAG0B. Manufacture for the Trade, SPRING WAGONS, JUMP SEATS, SOLID and STICK SURRIES, &e. -tVL. WO KM W.tHRJJ-THn. Drop 113 a postal card and we will direct yoa to oar agent nearest you, or furnish yoa ourselves with Catalogue and Prices. THE Troy Spring1 Wagon and Wheel Works, TROY, OHIO. may ft 8m , riESD your name aii'l HiUlre- fur the CEDAR il-.OVK NLKSEIilKS CATALOGUE. iv pre - stntiii an mriRiise xtm-lc ol in out iieutitirul Fruit Trees. Vines anil Plants. Over One Mil lion Trei'. Vine ami Plants for permanent r charU planting, mul tiH-k forN urserynien. Everv varioty of Apple, Peach, Pear, Chcr ry.Anrirot, Plmn. Nii-iai-ines, Grapes, Straw-l-errii-a. or anv other kind of fruits uat is worth growing can fie snpnlieil. ' Onlers solicited from all planter. ' Aclflrow. '. W. CBAKT, shore, Yadkin x) u u. .v, N.C. AHS. 7,'85tf Cmniliitira Rvttenbersr Bros Trade Palace WE LEAD ! OTHERS THE SPRING AND SUMMER overwhelmed at the vast array ot A keen foresight as lo the wants of all classes. Always ready and willing to exchange goods or refund monev. Maintainin"; business principle that have made us the live dealers and the people's, favorites. Strongly protesting against the cenniuiii practicu of trickery and deception. New ideas crowding out the old. Equal rights to all. Customers pleased ; dealers wrxthy. Our low prices in plain figures will amaze an I -t'toui".!! you. Friends to the Public and foes to hili priced competition. Buyers delighted ; lookers surprised. Fine Goods anil low prices will do the work. We show what we advertise. V mean nil w- ad .ertir." We coidd give you a list of Barouins : long .i th moral law. but space presents. We show styles that are Captivating. Enchanting and Fascinating. The Novelties are exquisite, and the great a-sortiurnt .trikin-j;lv grand. Sole agents for the celebrated Hough & Foais SHO'S fOR LADIES, MISSES ASy CHILDREN. For Slvle, Fit ami Wear they have no equal. See our line ol Slippers. Our Stock of Men's and Boy's Machine and II -in-l-Sewe I Shoes is the largest in Town. Our warranted $2.25 Shoes ar better than any $3.00 Sliue in the market. We invite comparison. Shoes made to order, and a rit guaranteed. We have the Nobbiest line of Straw and Felt Hats in all the new shapes in the market. Competitors painted b'uti with despair. We sliowtlie MuSomest line of Foretell ana Domestic Dress Goods in tne State and control manv exclusive Patterns. Having a resident Inner m New York, we receive all the Novelties as soon as introduced. Our 50c. Black Silk cannot be duplicated for 75. Our $1.00 sold elsewhere at .f 1.50. Our .fi.oo the wonder of th.t a-,'e. Our $1.50 Silk (guaranteed). If it does not wear vc replace njhic without extra cost, and our higher grade eqn.iiiv s hc.ip. See our $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Silks. An extra line ot new colored Silks trom 40c. to if 2.50 a yard. The Finest Line uf White Goods. Luces. Embroideries, Trimmings. Hosiery, Notions, ifcc, in the South. Our Millinery Department contain-, .dl the latest importation, and the best Milliner in the State tu trim them. A c d! will amply repay you. A complete line of Ladies and Misses Cambric and Muslin Underwear. Fans and Parasols in endless profusion. White and colored Robes from .fi 50 to if 20.00. A complete line of Silk and Cashmere Tersrvs. in all th late vtvles. Dr. Warner's Coralline Corsets at 79c. Our Carpet and Matting Department, usual, i stocked with the best selected patterns, and we sell same at N. V. prices. Lace Curtains, Curtain Materials, Cornice Poles, &c, at astonishingly low prices. Walnut Poles at oc. Sole agents for the New High Arm Vertical Peed Davis Sewing Machine! Ahead of ail competitors. We b.ive an experi enced man in charge of this department. A!l kinds of Machines repaired. Sole agents I'oi ,Butterick's Patterns. A full stock alwasou hand. Give us a call, and remember we are the largest r tail Hoii- in the State. All orders by mail will receive prompt and care fid ai 1 n 1 ion. All bills ol $1000 and upwards delivered free ol express lo a;i part ot State. RYTTENBER " RROS., CJr.ty IS lock, tV5X!ST V, x. New York Office 3S4 and 3S6 Broadway. april i-tt CONCEDED. 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