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THE WEEKLY SENTlNfcL: THURSDAY, J UL Y 22, 1886.
, - - ., ..... O IN CITY AND COUNTY. DASHES HERE AND THESK BT OUR REPORTERS. Last Week's Occurrences In City and oantjr Xunttil In Condens ed Paragraphs. The new "Winston cornet band is pro gressing rapidly. Mr. Jesse Riggs has begun the erection of his new dwelling. Mr. Joseph Vaughn's family are at Piedmont Springs, Dnnbury. Mr. John Zeverly is teaching a class of spencerians in Salem. Brick work is almost upon a stand still, owing to the scarcety of brick . One of our tabacco manufacturers alone has near 500 hands employed this season. Mr. John Tise lias purchased the stock of groceries, &c, of Mr. S. Starr A Son. The watermelon" crop will fall far short of an average, so our farmer friends "tell lis. Misses Carrie Crist and Mattie Wink ler, of Salem, are visiting friends in Greens boro. The contracting firm of Messrs. Miller, Spauch & Miller has been dissolved. The firm is now J. C. Miller & Son. .Mr. JMigene J-.. Uray, ot this city, was in college with Rev. Sam Small whose por trait appears on our front page. Mr. James A . Gray and family are -spending several weeks at thr White Sul .phur Springs near AVaynesviile. The new M. P. Church, at Kerners ville, which has been in course of erection for some time, is Bearing completion. A colored srcursion under the charge of Sam Tolver & Co, will be run from Winston to Dnrham on the 9th of Augnst. Prof. YV. H. Xeave, of Salisbury, who has been attending the Normal here paid The Sen-tinkl a pleasant visit Wednesday. Every reader should peruse carefully the new advertisement of Messrs. W. II. Wetmore & Co., shoe manufacturers of Ral eigh. To the one sending us the largest ripe Watermelon during the season, The Senti nel, will be sent twelve months free of charge. Mr. John Meroney has. been made sanitary policeman. Those needing work done in the sanitary line are requested to apply to him. Maj. SamT II. Smith's new dwelling in the West End is nearly completed and it bids fair to be one of the most attractive residences in the city. Prof. C. D- Mclver, of this place has been chosen Superintendent at the Normal of the Yadkin Institute, which opens at Yadkinville next week. Mr. C. F. D. Eell, who is with Messrs. W. L. Franklin & Co., orders The Senti nel sent to his brother, Mr. O. G. Bell at Harlowe, Carteret county. Mr. E. Loeper left last week for Mar tinsville, Va., where he will engage in merchandising. He has secured the services of Mr. Robt. Waggoman, of Salem, who ac companied him. ' The Moravian Home Sunday Schoal pic-nic to-day in tha Wachovia Park. The Elm Street Sunday" School are also picnic ing at Mr. Harrison Reed's, about two miles South of Salem. Pastor Kennett returned Saturday from his father's in Randolph county, where he was summoned to witness the death and burial of his little sister, Sallie Vance Kenr nett. Aged nine years. Our Mr. Dorsett was summoned on Tuesday to the bed-side of his wife who is lying seriouslp ill at Swepsonville, Ala mance county. We trust that Mrs, Dorsett may soon regain her health. Mr. T. F. Williamson sets a worthy example which might be emulated by many other Winstonians. He orders TltB Sknti Kel, sent to his kinsman, Mr. W. G. Harris of Lockville, Chatham county. A surprise paty was tendered Mr. Robt. Waggoman last Wednesday night at the residence of Mrs. O. E. Keehl, Salem. The participants were many who passed the evening most pleasantly. Messrs. Thornton & Co., rolls out with the prettiest looking delivery wagon we have seen lately. The work was executed by Messrs. J. A. White & Son who always please their customers by doing first-class work. - Rev. Dr. Phillips, of Pender county, vho has been attending the Winston State JCormal, gave a very interesting lecture on Palestine at the Graded School Chapel Mojjday tiight. The Normal closes its ses sion torday. Deputy-Sheriff" Rose of Yadkin county passed through Winston Monday with an old man 72 years of age who was sentenced at the recent term of Yadkin court to one year in the penitentinry. Ho was convict ed of larceny. Messsrs. Bennett Bros., are two ener getic young men who are building up a very encouraging business in their line. They haye an attractive card in The Sen tinel, this week, and we bespeak fer them a liberal patronage. Hon. Fab. Busbee, of Raleigh, has been chosen orator of the day at the Ma sonic pic-nic at Mocksville, Those who anticipate attending, can make a note of this and go prepared to hear something or nate and beautiful. Washington and Henderson both have xp factories. Only a onistll amount of cap ita!' k. necessary to start one in Winston and , ihe I-jcal demand is sufficient ;to keep the business- going;. Who wants to- nke an iuvestmant "f this t-iiuFCt ? TWO LESSONS Which Oagrbt to Teach farmers to Derote More Attention to the Curing of Tobacco. Our notice last week regarding the loss sustained by tobacco to a Davie county farmer brings us another somewhat similar fact regarding another sale of the weed by a farmer living in one of our near, counties. The farmer referred to, had raised (as he thought) a fair crop but had no team with which to place it upon the market. He was compelled to hire a neighbor to bring it over for him. We are told that he was advised by his neighbors that he would re ceive better returns for his labors were he to throw it broadcast upon his land as it would not pay the expense of hauling. Th farmer was loth to believe the advice giv en him, but hired the neighbor to haul it. After the sale, when the farmer had accu rately figured up the returns, to his surprise, found that he was ninety cents in debt to his neighbor, besides the loss of time. Another story is told us of-a farmer who. being placed in a similar position, sometime since, hired a neighbor to bring his tobacco to Winston, and (as he said) thought he .would bring his shot gun along that in case he should run across any game he might have something to fall back upon. The weed was sold, warehouse charges paid, but not a sufficient surplus of fiuances was on hand to pay the price of hauling. To se cure a safe return home, the farmer placed fair promises, together with his shot-gun in in the hands of his neighbor and left saying that a self-taught lesson, though oft-times dear, was a valuable one, and that advice given him hereafter would be thoughtfully considered before acting. County Commissioners At a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners last week, among other bus iness transacted Wis tie following : Ordered that no personal property should hereafter be sold upon the the court-house square, unless through the order or decree of the Superior Court. The Board proceeded in accordance with the road law, Chap. 234, laws of 1883, known as the "Alternative Watson System," to appoint the following persons as Super visors for the various road districts of the county : Abbott's Creek, G. H. Idol ; Be lews' Creek, R. S. Linville; Bethania, Jno. T. Moore; Broadbay, Charles Rothrock. Kernersville, J. S. Ray ; Lewisville, J. P. Einkley ; Middle Fork, J. Y. Standerfer ; Old Richmond, E. L. Reid ; Old Town, F. W. Pfaff; Salem Chapel, John D. Waddell, Jr. ; South Fork, Wm Ebert ; Vienna, E. C. Dull ; Winston, R. J. Reynolds. The Clerk was ordered to notify the Su pervisors appointed to appear at the Court House on the 1st Monday in August to be qualified and give bond. A number of persons were allowed to list their taxes. The Board revised the tax books,, placing, assessments upon the improvements which had increased the valuation of property in the county. Death of C. T. SussdoriT, Ksq. Mr. C. T. SussdorfT died at his late resi dence in Winston, on Thursday morning, July 15, 1886. Mr. SussdorfT was born in Eismach, Germany, on the 2Sth of August, 1807. He came to this country in 18S3, and first settled in South Carolina, afterward moving to Winston-Salem where he has lived for nearly half a century. He travel ed a great deal through the States of Nouth and South Carolina and Virginia, and is widely known and kindly remember ed through that section of the country. He was a man of broad information and was one of our most intelligent citizens. As a con versationalist there was perhaps, do one in our community equal to him in the manner in which he entertained his friends from his inexhaustible store of learning and i nfor mation. But above all, he was a man of the strictest integrity and highest charac ter, and there is no one here or elsewhere that will not cherish the kindest recollec tion of the good old- gentleman who lived so uprightly, suffered so long and so pa tiently, and there is none to believe but that he now has "The Peace that passeth all understanding." An Auction House, As will be seen elsewhere the coun.y com missioners have put a stop to the sale of personal property on the court house square. The Sentinel, is heartily glad to record this progressive step of our county fathers.. In this connection let us ask, why couldn't some enterprising person open a regular auction house, like those in all the large cities, where old furniture and second hand effects generally are disposed of. From the frequent sight of such chattels upon the square we should think there would be plen ty of business awaiting such a departure. Look at Yonr Label. Our city subscriber are requsted to pause here, turn this paper .over, scan the front page, and examine the little printed address lable, which' unfolds to them the condition their subscription account is in. The cur rent year is fast passing and we courteouly invite you to send your subscription to the office if our collecter doesn't call on vou. Quite a large delegation from Wins. ton-Salem attended the Congressional Con vention at Greensboro Wednesday, and the only information that we get is that fton. James W. Reid was nominated on the first ballot, there being no opposition. Capt. R. R. Crawford and lady were suddenly called home Monday from the Red Sulphur Springs, W. Va., to the bed side of their little dauylur, Carrie, who died en Monday of uieningiti. When they -left a few wet-kf. ago the little girl was in good health. The berieved parents have the heart felt sympathies jf the community. GIBSOXVTLLE GOSSIP, A Sentinel Traveller Takes the Name of Every Reading Person In the Place. Staff Correspondence of the Sentinel. Gibsonvil,l,b, July 14. This little vil lage is very pleasantly situated on the N. C. R. R., near the Alamance and Guilford county line, and is in the midst of a fine farming country. These red and grey soils are adapted to the growth of corn, wheat, tobacco and clover. While the soil is not exceedingly rich, it is in the - main smooth and clear of rocks and susceptible of high improvement. The growth of timber is fine and the water both pure and cold. We do not remenber of having seen a more beautiful place for a town than this, it be ing a high plain surrounded by a magnifi cent forest and pretty fields of clover and grass. (Rather too much grass just now for the health and comfort of the farmer.) Messrs. E. L. Smith & Co., are now mak ing brick for a cotton factory soon to be erected by Messrs. B. & J. A. Davidson. Mr. Davidson is a very fine mechanic and thoroughly understands the details of man ufacturing cotton goods. They will jhave the encouragement of the community and no doubt meet with success. The Ossipee Cotton Factory owned by Capt. Williamson, is situated on Haw river near this place. This is already a very large factory to which the Captain is just now adding much new machinery. The citizens of this community are kind, sturdy and intelligent, and are thoroughly sound in politics. The Sentinel, is .meet ing with great success here, as an evidence of which we are able to sent up the names accompanied by the cash, of every business man in the town, to .vit : the merchant, the hotelist, the minister, the town physician, the Railroad agent, the postmaster, the blacksmith and in fact every adult citizen in the town we believe except the school mistress, who would have subscribed but her sweet heart was taking it, which excuse we thought perfectly valid and could not insist. Also several others whom we met from the neighborhood. For the correctness of the above, we would refer any doubting Thomas to the parties named. Until a better record than this is shown The Sentinel will claim "the button." The writer will not soon forget his pleasant stay at this little town, and the great encouragement received at the hands of its citizens. Messrs. Scott & Dodell have sold their cotton factory at Graham to Mr. L. B. Holt and are now erecting another on a beautiful site near the Railroad station at Graham. There are now three cotton factories at Gra ham and Company Shops and will soon be another, Alamance is the Banner Cotton Manufacturing county of North Carolina. Traveler. THE YADKINVILLE CONVENTION. Judge Graves and Solicitor Glenn Renom inated. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel Yadkinville, July 14. The Democrat ic J udicial Convention of the Ninth Judicial Diftrict met here to-day, being called to order by Mr. W. W. Barber, of Wilkes- boro, Chainnam of the Executive Commit tee, who after stating the object of the con vention called upon Mr. Field to act astern - poary chairman and Messrs. Reid and Reece to act as secretaries. This was made the permanent organization on motion of Mr. W. B. Glenn. The chair having announced the conven tion ready for business and that nominations for Judge were in order, Mr. Vaughn with appropriate remarks placed the name of Hon. J. F. Graves in nomination. Mr. W. B. Glenn, moved that the nomination be made by acclimation. Nominations for Solicetor being next in order, Mr. C. B. Watson arqge and in a spicy speech placed the present incumbentin nom ination. Mr. Vaughn nominated Mr. J. S. Craven, of Wilkes. The nominations were closed, the call of the ceii n ties ensued and Mr. Glenn was the successful nominee by the following result : R. B. Glenn, 189; J. S. Craven, 34. The business of the convention being com pleted the meeting adjourned. Yadkin. The Salem Chataqua Literary and Scientific Circle gave their annua! enter tainment Tuesday night in the beautiful lawn surrounding the residence of Mr. Jas. T. Lineback. The evening was happily spent. Music by tha Salem Orchestra to gether with refreshments lent additional pleasure to the occasion. The yard was brightly illuminated with Japanese lanterns- A eorrespondent informs us that dur ing the heavy storm that passed through Davie county last week, a woman by the name of Sallie Baker, living near Hoi man's P. O., was killed by lightning. . She was moving a bed from under a leak when a Hash of lightning came through a broken window pane, striking her upon the neck. Two children were standing near by but, strange to say, were unhurt. If there is any on in Winston-Salem who has a small amount of spare cash which he would like to invest in a chair factory fully equipped and ready at any moment to be transported to this city, he can learn lull particulars by applying at this office. This is a very little investment and very little capital will be required. Let Winston have a chair factory. - Upwards of fifty uewsuhscribers were entered upon our mail lists last week, the majority of whom were from Winston-Salem and Forsyth or from territory immediately tributary to this city. If you have any thing to advertise and want u reach the greatest number of readers for the money expended, give the columns of The Senti nel a trial. All of our advertisers testify to its merits. FROM WILKES COUNT!. A Democratic Convention Held In the Court House at Wilkesboro. Wilkesboro, N. C, July loth 1886. A Convention of the Democrats of Wilkes county was held in the Conrt-House in Wilkesboro on Saturday, July 10, 1886, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the State, Congressional, Judicial and Senatori al Conventions. The convention was called to order by W. W. Barber, Esq., Chairman County Democratic Executive Committee in a few apprepr'mte remarks. Col. F. B. Parks was made Chairman and Messrs. F. B. Hendren and J. M Mitchell Secretaries. The following were appointed delegates to the State Conven tion: J.J. Jennings, J. A. Cooper, Lind say Fergusson, J. C. Wellborn, W. W. Barber,' D. C. Jarvis, and T. B. Finley. A resolution was offered by II. M. Wellborn" Esq., instructing the delegates to the State Convention to vote for Hon. Geo. V. Strong for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. The delegates were further igstructed to vote for Hons. A. S. Merriman and W. D. Pruden for Associate Justices. A resolution was offered by Mr. C. X. Hunt endorsing the course of our represen tative in Congress, Hon. W. H. W. Cowles and instructing the delegates to the Con gressional Convention to vote for him. The following were appointed delegates to the Congressional Convention: J. B. Leach, 11. . Horton, J. E. McEwen, W. W. Bar ber. J. O. Wellborn, J. M. Mitchell, J. A. Cooper, A. A. Finley, J. B. Finley, F. B. Hendren, W. B. Transeau, Hix Combs, F. B. Parks, J. C. Greene, W. A. Gwynn, H. M. Joines, W. M. Absher, L. D. Porks, C. N. Hunt, W. D. Winton, J. L. Whittington, A. M. McGlomery, John Besiers, J. C Land, N. Andrews, and D. C. Jarvis . A resolution was offered by J. B. Finley, Esq., instructing the delegates of Wilkes to rote for John S. Craner, of Wilkesboro for Solicetor. The delegates were left unin 8tructed as to whom to for for Judge. The following Resolution was offered by W. W. Barber, Esq., and unanimously adopt ed : .'.Resolved, That we endorse the course of our State Senator, R. F. Hackett, and re member with pride his constant devotion to duty while in the legislature and now, in his failing health, we trust that skillful med dical aid may so restore him to health that, if not able to take an active part in politics, he may live long to give words of wisdom to the party he has so long and earnestly supported with fidelity and devotion. On motion the secretary was requested to furnish a copy "of the proceedings of the convention to the Winston Sentinel, Le noir Topic, and the Statesville Landmark. Hendren, Secretary. Promoted. The many friends of the gentleman re ferred to in the following paragraph taken from a late issue of the Danville Register, will be glad to hear of his promotion : Major John W.Hanes, of Winston N. C, and one of the largest manufacturers at that place, was on the sales yesterday. Late in the evening, in company with Fire Marshall Pace and Councilman Mosely he visited the engine house. Capt. Ned showed him how quickly the horses could be hooked and with what accuracy they ran to their places at the sound of the gong. Major Hanes ex pressed himself as well pleased with what he had seen. An excursion will be run on the C. F. & Y. V. R. R. from Greensboro to Sum marfield on Saturday, the 31st inst. The road is being rapidly pushed forward and already small villages are being built up along the line, that may some day causa older towns to look to their laurels. Mr. E. K. Hough, the photographer together with his family left on Wednesday evening's train for a six or eight week's visit to New York and other Northern cities, but will return again and resume bus iness at .his old stand. His card will ap pear next week. Pay up your subscription to January next and secure a a copy of our beautiful crayon lithograph of Gov. Alford M. Scales. Pay up now, before they arall gone. ALL varieties of Garden Seed at Thomp son's Drug Store. WANTED. A position as traveling sales man for tobacco factory. Addreess Nutt, Skntinkl offic. . Feb IS tf WANTED By a young lady. A situation as governess for yoiinii children. Terms reasonable. For further information apply to Editor. Feb 4th-tf DR. J. M. HOWARD is again in Winston. Call and see him. Office at Mrs. Julian's hotel. Consultation free, july tf WANTED Six two horse tenants to culti tivate fine Yadkin River bottom lands. Lewis J. William, Winston. july 15 4t GOOD SALARIES OK OMMISSION TO HKN AN I) Women to act as local or traveling Afrents. -W experience needed. Steady work ! Jamks E. Whitnky. Nursery id an. ltoul ester, h'.Y. (Men tion thispaper.) JulvlS Bin. SOAPS. Avery large line of Pears, Colsates and othef fine soap at Thompsons Drug Store. When in need of soap Thompsons is the place to get them. Feb. 25th tt PATENTS secure on reasonable -terms. . Work reliable : naners carefully and Irnallu drawn. Write for particulars. N. L. Coi.i.a v kk Pa tent Attorney, Washington, D. C. FOR 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 Sentinel, Winston, X. C. "IIT ANTED. Situation as Teacher, mr will be VY companion to a lady, and assist in the household. Understands dress making. Good references. Address X. Z.. care Sentinel. April Sth-tf. THE celebrated American ruit Preserving Towder and Liquid, for preserving and canning fruits, and vegetables is now for wile by J. N. Appi.b, corner 3d and Church Sts. Every package warranted. Price 25e and f 1. Winston Tobacco Market. CORKKCTID WBEKLT. Breaks are large this week, with considerable improvement in qmlity. Prices continue lair for all gook tobaccos. We quote. l.lljfs. Common - - 3.50(9 S.50 Medium. " - 4.50 'a 6.50 " Good. " . 7.60 10.00 Fine, " - 12.50 (a, U.00 ieaf. Common, " - - 3.50 (m 5.0U Medium, " - - 6.00 (is S.60 " Good " 10.00 g 14.00 Cutters Good - - 15.00 (a 18.00 " Fine - - 20.00 25.00 Kich waxy fillers - - 13 50 (o 16.00 Wrappers, Common, - - 18.00 22.50 Good, ... 30.00 (tf 40.0U Fine, . - - - 45.00 (9 60.10 PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected, by Hinghaw & Bynum, Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Bctiso Prices. Red wheat, i)0 a I 00 White " 95 a 1 10 ats, 45 Corn, 60 Chop, I 25 Extra Flour, 2 50 Family 2 75 Bacon ' 6 00 Pork, 7 ct3. Lard 8 eta. Butter. 15 a 20 cts. Honey, cts. Beeswax ; 20 cts. Tallew, 4 ctg. Green Hides, 5 cta. Dry Hides, 10 cts Eggs 10 cts. Chickens, 12 a 20 cts. Irish Potatoes, eo a 90 cts, Pag9 1 cts. Pea 75 cts, Hay.percwt 40 a 60 cts. MAKKIED In this city, July 18th, Robt. H. Hopkins to Miss Laura B. Hicks. DIED Iu this city, July 18th, infant ehild of Mr and Mrs. Edgar Wilson. FOUNDED I802. SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY, SALEM, 3NT. C. QORD ANNUAL SESSION begins Septein OO ber 2nd, 1888. For catalogue apply to Rkv. E. Rondthalkr, i. D.. Rev. .Iohs H. Clewell, Jvly 15 4t Principals. NOTICE. MY son, McCray Lesene Adams, on June 20 last, left my home without my consent or knowledge thereof. I hereby warm any one from harboring him or contracting any debt with him. If this should meet his eye he is im plored to return to his sorely berieveii and sorrow stricken mother. Those acquainted with his whereabouts are earnestly requested to intorni me of the same. JAS. B. ADAMS, July 15 It. Haw River, N. 0. SALE OF LOT! BY VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE DEED, executed to mo by Michael Foust, and recorded in book 1, page 174, of the Record of Mortgages of Forsyth county, on Saturday, 7th day of August, 1886, at 2 o'clock P. M., at tha Court House door in Winston, J. C, I will oner for sale, to the highest bidder tor cash, a lot of Land, lying on Cherry street in Best town, known as" lot No. 35, adjoining the lands of H. T. Foucht and others. R. B. KERNEB, july 8, 1886. tt . Mortgagee. FITS CURED HATIFACTOltY TRIAL FREE. A.ldrena 1 DR. H. M. HALL, S CHESTJilT ST.. HEAVlNti, 1A. Winston Marble Works ! DEALERS IN MARBLE ADD GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Tablets, Mantels, cfco. SPECIAL DESIGNS & ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Opposite Brown's Warehouse, WINSTON. N. C, July 13 ly W. H. WETMORE fc CO., Manufacturers of The Celebrated Riveted Sean Siioe, Mere's Patent Cable shank stitch Sown AND RIVITED SEAM KIP HORSE COLLARS, SOMETHING NEW. We own the exclusive Patent Rights to manufacture the followin; goods in North ('arolins. The Celebrated Rivitsd Seam Shoes, the Patent Cable and Sswed Stitch-Downs, the Patent Hiv eted Seam Horse Collar, and Wetmore 's Combination Welt. All the above ;oods are made ot the Best Material and by Experienited Workmen. Merchantr will please send for price lists and sample. A $5.00 SJIOK for $3.75. HAND-MADE. Welmore's Co?nbination Het. Tin's sho is a combination ot the old style Hand-Sewed Welt ami the Standard Screw havinr the mm. tort of the foimerandthe durability of the the trade. As we are anxious to introduce this shoe, a sample pair. Gents Calf Congress Gaiter? . will be sent to any address on receipt of the price ($3.75.) Sjiecial prices to Merchants bv tin dozen or case. For sale by the leading merchants of Winston-Salem. Please address W. II. WKTMORF CO., Slalt i-h. Merchants will please write to us for price list our expense. 3D O BUY TOMBSTONES Until You See I. W. DURHAM, Winston 1ST. O. Doslsnsi Mailed "froo 8rab Orchard Water; iGfTiimiR Cra Orchard Salts in sealed pack aires wwmp VKUnwwu WATcK COtt Prpp'rs. WANTED! A MAN OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE in manufacturing "Smoking Tobscco," to invest a small sum and take charge of the business, in a desirable town in North Carolina. Address It., Skxtixkl Ovkice. Good references required. june 3U-2t. Choice Jersej and (herssej Sail Calves FOR SALE AT FARMER'S PRICES! ALL ENTITLED TO REGISTRATION in the American Cattle Club Herd Books. Full particulars on application. H. T. BAHNSON, M. D., june 22 4t. Salem, N. C. DR. A. L MOCK Offers his Professional Service To the people of Winston-Salem and the sur rounding country. Will be found at his residence, on Liberty Street tho Nelson building at all times, when not professionally absent. jau27-fim S. J. MONTAGUE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Omce and Residence Church St., (Between 1st and Second,) WINSTON, N. C. Jan. 17, 1885.-ly HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL PRESENTS For solid silver spoons Uoecrs best triple plated ware, such as waiters, cake baskets, cas ters, water sets, knives, forks, spoons, Stc, Jtc goto JOS. BEVAN, MAIN" STIitKT. WANTED ! i nnn nnn ABLE bodiei) men ,uuv,uuu Not for War But to thoroughly investigate the merits of the Engines, Saw Mills and Wood Planers, manu factured by the Salem Ikox Works, Salem, N. C- ON YOUR WAY DOWN TOWN STOP IN AT RICHARD & MURPHY, Comer Fifth and Old Town Strcwts, And order a nice Beef Riast 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. J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., CIVII. ENGIXKKl! AND SURVEYOR. MPKCIALTI1M : Municipal, Sanitary and Road Engineering. WINSTON, N. C. LEVELING AND GRADE STAKING; riattint;; Railroad, Land and Mine Survey ing; Linear, Contour and Touoornirihii-al M.n- inj. Cal 'alculations of Areas. Excavations, inbankments. Jcc Plans and Estimates for Sewerage Systems. Water Supply Systems, Retaining-Walls, Trussed Bridges," R.m'iI's, ac Specifieatious, Estimates anil " Contracts for Grading or other Earth-work Problems. Gen eral Engineering and Surveying executed with skill and accuracy, facilitated by the use of the most modern improved methyls and instru ments. Oi-ricis ix BITTING BLOCK, may This paper Is kept on file at the office of YERoSON DVERTISINq TIMES BUILDING KKSIS PHILADELPHIA. F9TIU1TPQ forlEWSPiPER JDVERTI8IJ8 rnrr LOI IMA I Ld at Lowest Cash Rates rHtt Brad 10.la Hvro O Cnil'C MIUIIII rr Hima juii o iiiMnuRL M m mi mi im latter making it the BEriT SHOE ever offered to and samples if thuy wish to Si-e tlium sent, at (Mention this" paper.) july 22 im UST'T YOUR DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION. A Itemed v for 1T TMsenM of tho Llwr. KM I ty, viomacn niid Bowrls. A nobinvrl core fnr ITiDflki. Mich. HeMcib. 1 Com ti part . Dum. iim in iwn ipasnctaufu'M 0 at 10 and th cm. No pen nine Baits wld in bulk-i Piaw.i m. jnnr.w, ai unmeet, lyowmyiiifn, Hf.