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THE WEEKLY SENTlSIL: THURSDAY, JULY 1886.
6 DROWU'S IP lira BITTERS Combining IROR with PUBK TEGETABtK TONICS, qnicUr eompletely CLEAXSES and ENRICHES THE BLOOD. Oaicfcena the actloB oftke Um sad Kidneys. Clean th complexion, values the skin smooth. It does aot Injure the teetaV cause, headache, or produce eoa BtlpaUoa AU OTHER IRON MEDICINES DO. Phjsicdans and Thuggtete ereirwhere recommend it Dl. N. S. RCOGLEB. of Marion. Mal.. nis: "I recommend Brown' b Iron Bitters as a valuable tonio for enriching the blood, and removing all dyBpepUo sjmptoms. It- does not hart the teeta. Da R. M. Diutu, Reynolds, Ini. says: "I hare prescribed Brown's Iron Bitter m eases of ansmia and Wood diseases, also when a tonio waa needed, and it has proved thoroughly satisfactory. M a. W. BTKKS, 26 St. Mary St.. New Orleans, La says: - Brown's Iron Bitters rel'ered me in a case of blood poiaoning. and I heartily commend it to those needing a blood purifier. . MB. W W. MonihjlN, Tuscnmbia, Ala., says: I have been troubled from chUdhood with Impure Blood and eruption on my face two bottles or Brown's Iron Bitters effected a rerfect cure. Jl cannot speak too highly of this valuable medicine. Genuine taa above Trade Mark and crossed red linet onwraBner. TsJie no other. Made only by ltUVWM CHEMICAL CO, BALTIMOKE, MB. Contagious are Prevalent all over the World I was lilnol Diseases I am a native of KogIanl, ami while t .v,.f n..nirr I ontrrt.'. a tcrrilil)' poison, an.! for two years was umler treatment as anont-loor patient at Nottingham Hospital, i. jit was not cured. 1 sufli-red the nnTr :,.r.,;,i,,,.ir nains in mv hones', ami wiu-cov- .1 ..-tn, i iivwr mv ImmIv and limbs. I had vertigo an! deafness, with partial loss of went, severe pains in my lieat ai.o eyes, eic., V.ii. i, V-.i. m,. rracv. I lost all hope 1 a that conntrv. and sailed Tor America, and was treated at liosevelt in this city, as well as by a prominent physician in New lork having no connection with the hospitals. I saw the advertisement of Swift's Specific, i .iroi-.iiiiii t irivR it a trial as a last re i-i- hf.il irirrn tin all hope of bcinir cured. .mn.f through the hands of the best medical men in Nottingham and New York. I took six bottles S. S. S. and 1 can say with ......,t l,..t thpr h.tve cured nie entirely. I am as sound and well as I ever was in my life L. FUEll lIALlOUw. Xew York City, June 12th, IS5. Blood la thp life, and he who rememliers it. Hut In March of lat vear (InX4. I contractcl blood unison, ami bi-iuir ill Savanah. li:t at the time. i inti tii.. luxntr.il tln-re for treatment sufl'ered verv inueli jtroni rheumatism at the same time. I 'lid not uet well miner tue ireai meut there, nor was I cured by any of the usu al means. I have now taken seven bottles of wilt's siecilio and am sound and well. It drove the poison out tonoigli boil on the skin. Das T.kahy. .lersv City, N. J.. All. 7, 1. Two' virars ajro I contracted blood iioison. .fter tiikuif! prescriptions from the best physi cians here ami at Dallas. I -concluded to visit Hot prin;js, and on reaching; Texarkana a doctorrecoiiniieii'ble-l me to try Swirfs Specific, ssurini; me that ft would benefit me more than Hot Springs. Although the FRENCH HOTEL. City Hall Square. JVcic York, opposite City Hall and the Tost Office. This Hotel is one of the most complete in its appointments and lurniture of Any House in New York City, and is conducted on the European Plan. Booms only One Dollar per day. Hall minute's walk from Brooklyn Bridge and Ele vated R. R. All lines of cars pass the door. Most convenient Hotel in JJew York for Merch ants to stop at. Iining Rooms, Cafes and Lunch Counter replete with all the luxuries at moderate paices. july 6 ly Poison had prodnsed great holes in my back and chest, and had removed all the hair off my head, yet tne were entirely gon i in- improve m a wcet'8 time, ana PHE I heiraii to sores lieuan to Ileal aud side of ei'dit weeks. Will Joses. I'orter Union Pass. Depot. iseo, Texas. July la. 1883. Treatise on lSlood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, At lanta. Ga, N. Y.. 15T W. 23d St. "come right along to CRAWFORD'S FOR ALL YOUR HARDWARE! Where you will find the lest ririted handle Hoes in town. All Sizes M Flews, Dixie ni Others. COLUMBUS BUGGIES! WHITE' SEWING MACHINES ! J. I. Hissen Wagons ! And ia fact itverything that belongs to a FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF HARDWARE As well as AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY ot various makes. Tobaooo IST'Xxxofi For all size barns, ready now. and at all times. Remember that my prices are in proportion to the low price of tobacco. ft. R. CRAWFORD Winston, X. C. .Jan. 1, 1886-tf DR. V. 0. THOMPSON, WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL DRUQGI ST, North Side Court-House Square. WINSTON, N. C. Has now Drugs-, Medicines, in store a well selects ! M.u-k GoOtls, Patent Medicines, Mineral Waters, Perfumery, Fancy Cigars, ; -. ? : ; Smoking Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco, 'j Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, White Lead, Piirty, Machine and Tanner's Oil, -English & American Perfumery. Toilet Articles, Tooth Brushes, Sponges, &c, A c. o which, ho ttrrites the town and eouniry Merchants. Physicians will find in his store all the ;- ropntanr articles or the day, such a tERS, SYRUPS, WTXES. PUfiAK-COAT-i PILLS, GRANI'i.K-. .: ANT FLUID EXTRA.C'i.. . r ... A . . ' PLASTERS A51' IXTM r.Vi. deal IiMarnnMBW crl - ..r..,.rf. . DEMOCRATIC OBCANIKATION. piaw r OrsaaizatIoi mf the Democraaia Party of North Carolina. Democratic Cnt'l Ex. Com.) Raleigh, X. C. June 16 '86.) Tlte following is the plan of or ganisation heretofore adopted by the State Democratic Committee for the guidance of the party: TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION. I. The unit of county organiza tion shall be the township. In each township there shall be an execu tive committee, to consist of five ac tive Democrats, who shall be elect ed by the Democratic voters of the several townships in meetings call ed by the county executive commit And said'eommittee so elect ed shall sleet one of its members as shall be allowed to cast the -i;rin;in who shall oreside at ail said committee meetings. 3. The several township execu- - i it . tive committee!, snail convene i the meetings of the several county conventions, or at any time and pl:ce that a majority of them may elect, and shall elect a county exe cutive committee to consist ot not less than five members, one of whom shall be designated'as chairman, who shall preside at all said meet ings. 3. In case there shall be a failure on the part of any township to elect its executive committee for the peri od of eight days the county execu tive committee shall appoint said commiue from the Democratic vot ers of said township. 4. The members of the township committees shall elect to any vacancy occuring in said com mi. tees. 5. The county executive commit tee Khali call all necessary county conventions, by giving at least ten days notice by public advertise ments in three public places in each township, at the court house door, and in any Democratic newspaper tbat may be published in said coun ty, requesting all Demociats ol the county to meet in convention in their respective townships on a common day therein stated, which said i:ay shall not be less than three days be fore the meeting of the county con vention, for the purpose of electing their delegates lo the county con ventions. That thereupon the con ventions so held shall elect their delegates to represent the town ships in the county conventions from the voters of the respective town ships, which delegates, or such of them as shall attend, shall vote the full Democratic strength of their, respective townships on all ques tions that may come before the said county conventions. That in case no convention shall be held in any township in pursuance of said call, or no election shall be made, the townsniD executive committee shall appoint such delegates. 6. Each township shall be entit led to cast in the county convention one vote for every twenty-five Dem ocratic voters, and one vote for fraction of fifteen Democratic rcts cast by the township in the last preceeding gubernatorial election : Provided. That every township shall be entitled to cast at least one vote, and each township may send as manv delegate's as it may see fit. 7 That in cases where townships consist ot more than one preceinct or ward, each of said precincts or wards shall ee entitled to send del egates to county conventions, wnd shall cast its proportionate part ol its township's vote based upon the last Drecediner vote for Governor in 1 said township. 8. The chairman of township committees shall preside at all town ship conventions; in their absence any other member of said commit tees may preside. 9. In cases where all the town ship executive committee are re quired to meet for the purpose of electing county executive commit tee, aid meeting shall be deemed to have a quorum when a majority o such townships shall be present ed in said meeting. COUNTY AND DISTRICT CONVEN TIONS. I. The several county conven tionn shall he entiled to elect to their senatorial, judicial am! congression al com entionsV one delegate and one alternate for every fifty Demo catic votes, and one delegate for fractions over iwentv-five Demo cratic voters cast at the last preced ing gubernatorial election in their respective counties, and none but delegates or altet nates so elected shall be entitled to seaU in said con vention; Provided, That every county shall have at least one ote in each of said conventions. 2. The chairman, or in his absence iinv member of the county, senato rial, judicial anil congressional cm- j mittee, shall call to onler their rc j spectlve conventions, and hoi-! the ; chairmanship thereof until the con i ventions shall elect its chainnan I 3. The executive committees of j the senatorial, congressional and ju dicial district, respectively, shall at ! the call of their respective chairman I meet at some time and place in their ! respective districts, designated in j said call. And it shall be their uitT 10 appoint the tiriie and place for j holding convention in their respec I lic districts; and the - chairman ot irspective committees shall said notice to sanvi delegates to said respective district conventions. STATE CONVENTIONS. 1. The State convention shall be composed of delegates appointed by the several county conventions. Each county shall be entitled to elect one delegate and one alternate for every one hundied and ftfty Democratic votes, and one delegate foi fractions over seventy five Dem ocratic votes cast therein at the last preceding- gnbernatorial election; and none but delegates or alternates so elected shall be entitled to seats i'i said conventions. GENERAL RULES. 1. Such delegates (or alternates of absent delegates) as may bs pres ent at any Democratic convention whole vote to which their townsnip oi county may be entitled. 2. In all conventions provided for by this system, after a ote is rast there shall be no change in such vote until the final result of the ballot shall be announced by the chairman ot said convention. 3. All Democratic executive com mittees shall have the power to fill any vacancy occuring in their re spective bodies. 4. That the chairman of the dif ferent county conventions shall cer tify the list of delegates and alter nates to the State conventions, and a certified list of sa:.d delegates and alternates to the State convention shall be sent to the secretary ot tne State central committe. For the' committee. R. H. Battle4 Chairman. B. C. Beck .. ith, Secretary. H. MONTAGUE, REAL ESTATE BROKER, X7ZUSTOT1, sr. c. WILL SELL LAND ON COMMISSION COLLECT RENTS, prepare abstracts and land papers, negotiate loans, discount negoti able saDer. and assume the central manage ment of estates. "REAL ESTATE BULLETIN" FREE NO SALE, NO CHARGES. BEST OF REFERENCES jan2ly COAL! COAL!! ICE! ICE! ICE! :o: D. H- KING, COAL AND ICE DEALER, 3rd & Depot Sts., Winston, H. C. w rTAKE great pleasure in filling all orders promptly, for Fictory, Grate, Stove, Foundry, Steam AND BLACKSMITH UOAL, When coal is wanted in car-load lots, I will be pleased to give CAR-LOAD PRICES. I am confident I will gire such prices as will secure your orders. CALL AHD GST MY PRICES Before ordering elsewhere. Bclo 2P a:r.ca. Ico Over 20 pounds, J cent per lb, under 20 pounds, 1 cent per lb. Your order3 respectfully solicited Yours truly, dec 171 D. H. KING. OPIUM and WHISKY HABITS cared at home without pain. BOOK 8 f particular ent FRKE. . M. W001JLET. K. D Atlanta.Qa. N. C, TONS and BUGGIE iist- WE CLAIM -10 COMPETE SUCCESSFULLY IN ICE and. Q -WITH THE BEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. A Receiva mare Goads, say mora Freight, Par mora Purchase Tax and Sell aora Coed than any Hoasa In Town;. CEO. W. H INS HAW. W. H. BYNUM- XEU SFRIxie OF 1886! HINSHAW fc BTNTJM, Wholesale ud Retail Sealers in General Merchandise, Star Brand Fertilizers, Field Seeds,. Farm Products and Farmer's Supplies, FOURTH STREET, WINSTON, IT. C. WE RECEIVED AND SOLD DURING THE YEAR OF 1SS5 one hundred eighty-two and one-half oar loads Merchandise.. 3,647,069 pounds, on which we paid ten thousand three hundred and tvreiYe dollars freight. Our sales this year hare bee vry muh larger than up to this time lat rear. WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT! IN THIS DEPARTMENT WE ARE FULLY PREPARED to meet the wants of the trade, and able to meet any and all competi tion from every source. VVe invite an examination of our stock and prices. RETAIL DEPARTMENTS! E BUY OUR COFFEES IN LARGE LOTS FROM THE Importers, Sugars from the Refiners, Syrups, Molasses, Oils Meats, Flour and Ship Stuff in car load lots at the lowest cash prices. WE ALSO BUY IN LARGE QUANTITIES Leather, White Lead, Ropes, Buckets, Tubs, Kegs, Drugs, Fish, Glass,. Putty, Tin Wave, and hundreds of other things. HARDWARE! AILS, HORSE AND MULE SHOES, AXES, SHOVELS, Spades. Fork!., Mattocks, Handled Hoes, Locks, Hinges, Pocket and Table Knives, Files, Grass Scvthes, Grain Scythes and Cradles, Saws, Steel Plows, and a full line ot Staple Hardware as cWeap as the cheapest. HATS! WE BUY THEM IN LARGE QUANTITIES BY THE SOLID case, which enables ms to sell them for less money than the same I goods can be bought elsewhere from parties not fcuy ing to same advantage. SHOES AND BOOTS ! WE MAKE THESE A SfKLlALTl, A-ND irs AUUU1UN to a full line of other makes, we have increased our assortment of the celebrated BAY STATE SHOES AND BOOTS. Also hare a splendid assortment of T. MILE'S SONS Men's and Ladies fine Shoes. There are no equals to these Shoes. W e have the control ot them in this market, and sell them very low. Our Men's RANDOLPH $2.00 Shoes are the best home-made Calf-Skin Shoes for the money we have ever seen. We have in stock Children's Shoes of every good style, from 25 cents to $2.00 per pair ; Misses' from 60 cents to $3.00 per pair. Lad.es, includ ing Slippers, Oxford Ties, Cloth Gaiters and Fcxed Gaiters, from 75 cts. tosjo per pair ; Boys and Men's Shoes from 60 cents to $7. 50 per pair; Boots $1.00 to $6.00 per pair. We Have in Stock More Than 5.000 Pairs. MEN'S GOODS! CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS, COTTONADES, DRILLS. Shirtings, Gauze and Dress Shirts, Collars, Half Hose, Suspenders and a full line of Furnishing Goods. FRIES' Jeans, Cottonades, Cotton Yarn. Bed Laps, Arista Sheeting, EAGLE & PHENIX Jeans, Cottonades, Tickings. Shirtings and Ball Spwinc Cotton : CEDAR FALLS Sheeting. L. B & L. S. HOLT'S Plaids, J. & P. COAT'S Spool Cotton, and many other goods at factory prices. EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES, the best, for sale only by us. LADIES GOODS! VERY LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS OF EVERY description, Trimmings, Hosiery, Summer Underwear, Corsets, Gloves, and a full line of NOTIONS, at prices lower than you can buy them elsewhere. We call Especial Attention to our Line of Cashmeres, being wholesole buyers we buy in larger quanties than any of our competitors, and get greater advantages in our purchases. Our expenses in this department are less than those ot any other house, all of which enables us to sHl at very low prices. The Ladies are cordially invited lo examine our goods and prices. FERTILIZERS! STlt lilt Y'l sPFtJI VI. ToliACL'O 31 AN CI. K for growing une tnl:tvco. Star Uranil Guauu for tobacco "corn oats, cotton, wheat ami viv.-t.-ilileK. 7"here i no tviua! to the STAIi MtAXb SPEOIA.L TOBACCO MAS CUE. There is more line tobacco jsrown from the use of it than is grown by t.e use of all itscomititors. In the ticl.l, in the ;uriiijf. in the color, in the jwcijrht. and in the price on the warehouse floor, it superior quality i fully .Icnionstrate.l. e have known a number of instances this year where the tobacco growu from the use of one sack sol.l from X to 350. 71ie line tobarco is all Hint yays the f -inner to gnw au.l the n iA L BRA . 1 A . CIA L is the be-t fertilizer made for ir..dii.-iir thin grade, standard fully ruarauteed, prices lower than last year. SO C II A SG E 1 S T E UMS. Knowing by experience that ;t is better tor us and tor our customers we have adopted the cash system m our retail departments, and see goods at a ery small margin of profit only for cash ok saleable COUNTRY PRODUCE. Come and see us, examine and price our goods. Yours VerV Truly, HINSHAW & BYNUM. March 26, 18S. I RECORD of over 20 yers, signalized y constant mp '. rlRtSJ. iv.-..N-rv among uiuuvjjwi Read the following rniloi sements irom secured for them the GOODS throughout the South some of the best men in the State : Durham, N. C. fpCl:.,c Ti-cnv Xr Tnv ks Dear Sirs : I have ucd has iriven entire satisfaction, both as to prices treasure in recommending it. Yours truly, Fsb. 23d. 1SS6. vour win'- and it and quality, ami 1 take W. T. liLACKWLLL,. Salem, N. C, March 15th, ibdo. Messrs. Tyson & Jones-ZW Sirs .The carriage 1 bought ot you - -do. 1 coilcriiun Tr has received some severe Us ui vjv-f, ...... w. , . and has withstood anv reasonanie mi am 'T? utnptfn'k' Asheville, N. C. March 10th, io&o. Messrs. Tyson & Jones-ZW irs .I bought one ol your Exten- and used it in mv Ldverv eey u.i ' " Very Respectfully, B. F, BERNARD. Durham, n. reniu.n ivw. Messrs. Tyson & Jones 'ear Sirs .-I lake pleasure in -tatir.g that Photon I mirchasedot yourhrm. in nmsn, design .. tKo l,;ht cntKlartion : and 1 tullv recommei UIV ..... . fvson & Jones, and their work, as nrsi age, sion-Top Phaetons. it verv mflch. thus tar withou iuury. H. E. FRIES. tlu give- Messrs. nd both the firm of Verv respectfully. J. S. CARR. EstalDlislied. 1882. THE NEWTON COPPER WORKS. Hightower & Goodnight, Copper Smiths, PROPRIETORS, We announce to the people ot North Carolina, and adjoining States, that we are prepared to furnish Caps, Worms, Hydromatic Bozes and Stems, Stop Cocks. Seamless Copper-Pi; Molasses Evaporators, &c, at low e prices solicit the for -.mh. or on time with sate collateral securit' in our lint BROWN, ROGERS i CO., Agents, WINSTON, N. C. may 20 3iu C. J. WATKIXS. W. J. OONKAH. W ATKINS ft CONRAD, DhiNTLSTS Ttotli Kxlratled without juiiu hr the uso of JCU1-..US Oxi.W '1ms. ia" 21 tf OFFICE. 3fI'. O. Addre.SK, j.v at. vi, y. c. WiMAtcH. .v. c. J. LINDSAY PATTERSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ;inton. X. '. Divri-. Mart;r:i;re. nl other Itfjai papers, m-ailr. rorrtM-tlv unit promptly liarn. Ural i'st:iM- -lil on 1-ouimiwion. Money loaneil on soiwl MM'iiritv. Collection of chiim ma'lt- in all p:irt- of she Stnte. All luifinff" i!i(nit'il t iiiiu iii rvc-ive piom.it ami faithful altrnt ion. Oflicc over VmUic!su & Pppm-r's sur. im2Iv t n ith call cinehliii of lliir ie-i-r.tive cuntie in ciitornt.tj to I K KH l Ii ml B a -1 em tm in tniurs to i- Hi m M 00 ivitvnn:i(re of ail in need t jh ...... ,- and guarantee satisfaction. EIGHT v. WER & GOODNIGHT, XI JLU WW A M f afc W . . JAMES BARNES, Oldest and most experienced Truck Farmer in North Carolina jail 14- ALEXANDER OLDHAM, Late Proprietor Capo Fear Flour and Pearl Hominy Mills, Wilmington, N. C. MM & BASSES! GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 57 South Street, BALTIMORE, Md. WE SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA THUCK PRODUCTS AND insure Highest Market Prices ! QUICK SftLES AMD PROMPT RETURNS. MwHon this paper. 1 . ) 1