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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: - THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1886.
5
THE FOBSYTH EIFLEMEN.
THE
ANNUAL
DBESS
INSPECTION
PARADE.
AND
The Proposed Grand Bazaar to Create a
Fond For the Purpose of Erecting:
am Armory Building,
The annual inspection of the Forsyth Ri
flemen by Inspector-General F. C. Cameron,
took place Saturday afternoon before a large
number of our citizens who passed many
complimentary comments on the soldierly
bearing of the boys and the creditable man
ner in which they went through the differ
ent evolutions. The inspection was follow
ed by a Dress Parade with Inspector Gen
eral Cameron as Colonel and Lieut. Edward
A. Oldham as Adjutant.
Col. Cameron had many nice things to
say about the Riflemen and when told that
nearly all were new men and only four or
five -of these in ranks were in camp at Ashe
wille, be expressed some degree of surprise
at their enlcieney. interest in the organi
zation is on the increase and Capt. Will T.
Gray is exerting himself towards increising
the membership and enforceing prompt and
regular attendance at drill meetings, a very
great essential to a successful company.
At their meeting last Friday night the
.following non-commissioned officers were
-elected :
First Sergeant Joe Reed.
-Second Sergeant Henry Keelhn.
Third Sergeant Chas. Moore.
fourth Sergeant Ed. Strayhorn.
First Corporal B. Wurreschke.
Socond Corporal Will X. Coley.
Third Corporal Edward Kerns.
Fourth Corporal Frank Hudson.
The topic now most frequently touched
upon by the Riflemen is the commendable
undertaking which they have set.themselves
about to accomplish, and that is the erection
at some time in the future of an Armory
building, with store rooms on the first floor,
offices and sleeping rooms on the second and
the armory on the third.
As an initiatory step towards raising the
necesary funds, it is proposed by the com
pany to have a grand Bazaar about the mid
dle of October, which will embrace a large
number of new and attractive features, and
will be an event in the occasion of which
the whole city cannot fail from being inter
ested. V
A Sentinel reporter mentioned the pro
posed Bazaar to the drummer of a leading
Richmond house a few days ago, and he as
sured us that every merchant in that city
who enjoyed patronage of whatever extent
. from Winston-Salem, would gladly aid the
boys in their commendable object, by send
ing contributions of cash and merchandise
to help make the Bazaar a tremendous suc-
If outside merchants are to be thu6 liber
al in this movement it behooves our own
business men and manufacturers to be equal
. ly as generous, and the ladies of the Twin
City who never fail to respond whenever
they can be of real, genuine service, will be
indispensible in the successful carrying out
- of the plans on foot.
In the Bazaar of the Wilmington Lisrht
. Infantry, and the more recent Fete Militare
of the Governor's Guards at Raleigh, the
ladies of those two cities figured quite prom
inently in the success which followed both
enterprises. They not only helped with
their preses.ee and their personal assistance,
but for weeks ahead, we'll wager there wasn't
a young lady in either Wilmington or Ral
eigh who hadn't contributed some beautiful
little result of her own artistic skill, in the
shape of handsomely embroidered . tidies,
slippers, hat crowns, crasy banners, decc-
rated china, painted placques, and the thou
sand and one little knick nacks that the
nimble fingers and the artistic tastes of the
- fair sex make it easy for them to create. "!
When the time approaches nearer, The
'. Sentinel feels sure that Winston-Salem,
her ladies and her gentlemen will not be
derelict in acting the generous part toward
- the Riflemen in aiding them in this all iru
portant movement.
The following committees have, been se
lected: .....'
Ladies' Committee. Mrs. J. E. Gilme
Mrs. Jas. A. Gray, Mrs. H. E. .Fries, Mrs.
J. A. Bitting, Mrs. S. H. Smith, Misses
Anna de Schweinitz, Mary Gorrell, Minnie
Thompson, Anna Williamson and E. C.
Candler. 4
Gentlemen' Committm.-r-Col. F. JEL- Fries ,
Maj. 8. Smith, Capt. J. E. Gilmer, Capt. S.
E. Allen, Dr. H. T. Bahnson, iDr., J. A.
Blumi A. Ryttenberg, G. W. Hinshaw, R.
J. Reynolds and R. W. Belo.
Committee from Company. Capt. W. T.
- Gray, Adj't. E. A. Oldham, Serg't JVC.
Bessent, Corporal B. Worreschke and Pri-
vate Fr.nk Stockton.
We learn that the Masonic picnic, held
at Mocksyille Thursday ..last, was a financial
success, alpd the attendance large. The
speaker, Hon. Fab. H. Busbee, was detained
-at home, occasioned through illness of his
wife. Othfcr speakers were present who ad
dressed thd people. It is thought about
?200 was realized. Among others "the fol
lowing persons from Winston were present :
Mr. and M.rs. Frank Brown and child,
Mr. and Mri. R. M. Payne and daughter,
, Mrs. F. A. Martin and son, Miss Louise
,. Bitting and friend, "Messrs. W.H. Miller,
W. C. Brown And Nat Wilson.
Mr. JohnlF. McCuiston, of Salem,- and
a Theological Student will be ordained iito
the ministry at the Moravian Church next
fcunday mormri(g. - Bishop Edmund De
Schweinitz, of Bthlelem, Fa., will perform
tne ceremony.
- V f .
n in neenoi a piano, organ, or any
musical instrument imaginable, it will be of
interest to read thi easy terms given "pur
t iiasers, in another! column by Messrs. Lud-
den & Bates Southern Music House, Savan
. nah, Ga.
IHE MAN-BEAK.
A strange Freak of Nature Pays Winston
a Visit. ,
For two or three days past our citizens
have thronged to seethe "man-bear," which
has been on exhibition in the Armory of
the Forsyth Riflemen and has attracted ne
little attention. It is indeed a strange freak
of nature and a curiosity such as has never
before been seen in these parts. It has been
proved by many leading physicians to be a
genuine human being in the form of a bear
This strange being is a French Canadian and
was born in the rural district of Queens
county New Brunswick, is twenty-six years
of age, is about four and one-half feet in
height and walks on his all-four, as that of
a bear, yet in other respects repre
sents a human being. Has never had any
educational advantages, therefore is very
ignorant, having learned nothing except
that taught by travel. It has great muscu
lar strength in both hands and legs.
Mr. Sanderson, who has him in charge,
informed a Sentinel reporter that at times
he became ferocious and was difficult to
control. A cage of rats are kept near and
from which he will not be separated.
County Convention.
There will be a convention held in Wins
ton, N. C, Saturday, September 11th, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
the Legislature, also Sheriff, Superior Court
Clerk, Register of Deeds, County Treasurer,
County Surveyor and Coroner. A full rep!
resentation from all the Township is desired.
Ms W. Xomxeet, Ch'mn,
Dem. Ex. Com. of Forsyth county.
Salem Press and Kernersville Newt copy.
Mr. J. T. Blackburn, who kindly re
members The Sentinel every year has
again favored us with some fine specimen
bunches of his delicious Concord grapes
Mr. IT. W. Craft of the Cedar Cove Nursery,
Yadkin county, has also placed us under ob
ligations for a lot of his luscious Bartlett
pears.
Mount Carmel and Bethlehem Sunday
Schools from near Reidsville, excurted front
that place here Tuesday. They arrived
about noon, and passed the day pleasantly
in viewing the points of interest in the
Twin-City. Eight cars were well filled, and
the crowd numbered about six or seven
hundred.
We learn that Second Street from Lib
erty to Main is soon to be straightened, run
ning from Cherry to Depot Streets
We learn further that Mayor T. J. Wilson
will erect two handsome brick residences
facing Main and Liberty Streets, some time
in the near future.
The last issue of the Washington, N.
C. Gazette, contained the following: Mr,
Sam Colbert and family and Mr. George W'
Lewis and family have left for Winston ,
where they will make their future homei
Several families have left our place in the
last month for the growing town of Winston
Any of our Surry county friends wish
ing to settle arrears for subscriptions, etc..
will ifind our Mr. Dorsett at Dobson Court
next Monday and Tuesday. He will also
be pleased to receive new subscribers.
Mr. H. E. Mclver has the contract for
the erection of Mr. T. H. Pegram's large
three-story brokerage building on Fourth
Street. The huilding is expected to be
rtatuy for occupancy Ly November 1st.
A very heavy rainfall, accompanied by
a severe storm of wind and lightning passed
over the city Tuesday evening, from which
no doubt we will hear of great damage done
to growing crops.
Rev. S. D. Franklin left Wednesday
morning for Rutherford College, where he
will preside over the Local Minister's Con'
ference and Tabernacle Meeting which
opens to-day.
- A crying baby is a bore to the whole neigh
oornooa ana tne parents snoum do forced
to
keep Dr. Bull's Baby syrup handy.
Price 25
cents.
' " Political Pull
is a rainer uncertain tiling to depend upon as a
basis for obtaining the necessaries of life. With
the frequent changes of party somebody is sure
to get left, so that on the whole any man of
Drains ana ability is really lortunate it, by
missing aiat puoiicjoD, ne is compelled to take
up some suen misiness as an agency for JJr
Foote's "Plain Home Talk' which is sura
be good paying business as long as he will de
vote himself to it. A really popular medical
book such as "Plain Home Talk" sells at all
times. and in all places, and often the best
ground for an agency is that which has already
been ploughed over once or twice bv an scent.
There is room for all who apply to the Murray
11.111 jruuiismng kjo., xzv jast ztn street, new
loric city, and "nrstcome, hrst served."
He is a fool. We mean the man who let
his baby cry all night in the arms of its moths
er, and-does not sleep a wink, when Dr. Bull's
Baby syrup will quiet the baby by relieving
ivo yam f a uutue dicing only zj Cents. "
An End to Bou Scraping-.
Kdward Shepherd, of Harrisbnnr. 111.. sv
"Haying received so much benefit from Efec
trie Hitters. I feel it my duty to let snfferinK
humanity know it.- Hare nad a running sore
on my leg for eight years ; my doctors told me
1 would have to have the bone scaaped or leg
amputated. I used, tnatoad, three bottles of
r jcoiriu uiccexsanu seven ooxea -Buckien's Ar
nica Salve, and my leg is now sound and well."
tieciric uitrers are sola at tlfty cents a bottle.
ana liucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c. per box by
. V - lllUlupBUU.
A CARD.
To all who are suffering from the
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
"w-ftji iwo vi n-auuuuu, oc ., i win sena a re
ceipt that will euro you, FRKK OF CHARGE
i me grpntremeoy t.n uncovered bv a miss
lonary in .South Aiiwricii. S?nd a Mslf-address
eu envelope to the Hev. Joseph T. I mm an
Station D, Sew Tork City; Oet. 15.1S85.- ly
,,- Ciood Results In Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of
Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that he was seri
ously anictea witn a severe cold that settled on
nis mngs : had tried many- remedies wrthont
oeneui. iseing innuceu to try -Dr. King's New
j-hokj ci j. ivi uwuiupLiun, oio. so ana was en
tireiy curert by use of a few bottles. Since
which time he has used it in his family for all
r.1 1 j u .1 f ' . . .4 1 . A. i . . rw . - .
, . . i vein reauibts. m ir
tna experience of thousands whose lives have
been saved by this Wonderful Discovery. Trial
iMKties iree at v . o. Thompsons Drugstore.
IN CITY AND COUNTY.
DASHBS HEBE AND THERE
REPORTERS. ...
BI OUR
last Week's Occurrences in City and
. County , Narrated in Condens
ed Paragraphs.
A marriage in Salem to-night. .
Prof. F. Agthe and family, of Salem,
have returned from a visit to - relatives in
Ashe county.
- The Salem Iron Works, last week
shipped a saw mill outfit to Cuba, also one
to Australia. .
Bishop Edmund DeSchweinitz, of
Bethlehem, Pa., arrived in the Twin-City
Tuesday noon.
-On Sept. 7th, the Republicans will
hold a convention in Winston to nominate
Judge and Solieitor.j
A good yield. Mr. J. O. Teague, of
Salem, raised from one potato this year 54
pounds of Irish potatoes.
A protracted meeting of several days
will begin next Sunday at the Baptist
Church in Clemmonsville.
The Children's Annual Festival will
be celebrated after the evening service of
the Moravian Church, Sunday.
The young folks of Salem have anoth
er enjoyable sociable on tapis to ke given at
the Salem Hotel Friday night.
Miss Mary V. Norfleet, one of Wins
ton's accomplished young ladies is at the
Red Sulphur Springs, West Va.
A collection amounting to 9189.17 was
taken up in the Moravian Church last
Sunday morning for Home Missions.
Mrs. S. B. Ziglar and family, of this
city, is on a two week's visit to friends and
relatives in Madison, Rockingham countv.
- r t rt . .. . .
dir. 14. oievens, tne lurmture man
gives his advice to the aged this week
TT 1 . - . ... . . .
nis aaverusameni win De louna oi in
terest to all.
The Liberty Baptist Association will
hold their annual meeting beginning to-day
at Abbott's Creek. The services will con
tinue until Sunday.
We hear it rumored that Mr. J. C.
Buxton of this city and Danville capitalists
speak or erecting a commodious hotel at
Piedmont Springs, near Danbury.
.Maj. P. H. Duffy's family arrived here
last Friday. They occupy the residence of
the late H. A. Lemly in Salem. The Sek-
tinel gives them a cordial welcome.
The Third Quarterly Conference of
the M. P. Church, this city, will be held in
the church next Monday night. President
T. J. Ogbura will conduct , the meeting.
The Methedist Protestant Church will
be dedieated on next Sunday, the 22d. Pres
ldent T. J. Ogburn will preside over the
service which bids fair to be very interest
ing. '
DURHAM DOTS.
A Breezy Batch of Neva Items from
the
!BU City.
Special Correspondence of the Sentinel
DcBHAif, Aug. 17. So much has been
written and said about Durham that the
average newspaper reader has all the big
factories and warehouses of our town stereo
typed on his brain. We do not propose to
puff Durham, are content to let her well de
veloped interests stand as a monument to
her energy and progress, but shall from time
to time give such items of interest as will
interest the readers of The Sentinei not
a small number of whom I find in our own
city and county.
Considerable excitement was manifested
during the recent Congressional Convention
for this District. The Durham delegation
adopted
v MAJ. JOHN W. GRAHAM
as its standard bearer and rallied nobly and
solidly around the flag during the entire
fight. Many democrats in Mr. Graham's
own town and county ay they will not sup
port him. Your reporter anxious to know
the reasons alleged against him, interrogat
ed a citizen of Hillsboro last Tuesday.
, " You say you will not support Maj. Gra
ham." r
" Yes sir, I will split my ticket this time
a thing I never did before."
" Isn't he an upright, christian gentleman
a true democrat, a good lawyer, a man oc
cupying a high moral platform and one who
will consider the best interests of his con
stituents, if elected 7 "
" I think he meets all the requirements
you have mentioned;"
" Why then are you opposed to him ?
" Because lie belongs to the aristrocracy
of Hillsboro."
Those who oppose Maj. Graham on this
platform should remember th'a't any man,
woman or child within the broad limits of
the Republic is an aristocrat if he leads an
honorable and upright life and listens not
to the delusive voice of avarice calling for
the silver. footed couches, purple coverlets,
and gold and silver plates, nor hears the
knock of fraud and corruption at his . front
gate. .
V 1 J -'
the Democratic nominee for Solicitor of
this Judicial District will receive the sup
port of his" party. He is a native of Ala
mance county. A natural 1
PROHIBITION PARTY
has been organized in this county and Exe.
eutive Committees appointed in each . town
ship. The following of the "Prohibition
party in Durham county will be small for
the present, numbering about 75 souls. ; '
, THE REPCBLICAJf PARTY " :
is divided in opinion as whether to nomi
nate a straight-out ticket or "support Inde
pendent Republicans" " By the latter .meth
od they hope to Republicanize Durham.
knowing a definite party will serve to unite
the Democrats. ; .
A County Institute conducted by Rev.
Mr. Da mall, Superintendent of Public In
struction, for Durham county was held du r
ingthe past week. Only a few teach en
were present.
W. Duke Sons & Co., shipped during the
month of July 29,845,140 cigarettees. To
do thii it took 119,000 pounds of fine tobacco
and 93,400 square yards of French rice pa-
paper, ten cigarette machines and 750 boys
boys and girls were employed to manufact
ure them. Many of the girls, by-the-way,
earn between $300 and $400 per year.
The Durham Graded School will re-opon
on the hrst Monday id (September with
Prof. E. W. Kennedy as Superintendent.
Miss Eva Cox, one of the teachers elect for
fall term, died last Sunday of typhoid fever.
Her successor has not .been elected.
A company of ten Tar Heel Excursion
ists have gone to Old Point from our town.
There are five Assemblies- of Knights of
Labor in Durham. This ' organization pro
pose at an early day to issue a paper to be
known as the Xoeor Sifting.
The office of Deputy Collector for Durham
county has been abolished.
T. E. Whitaker.
ALL varieties of Garden
son's Drue Store.
Seed at Thomp
WANTED A white cook, who is not too
good to wash for a small family. Apply
at mw oince. auk iz-u
TOOK REJV T A good house in the city c
A Winston, with six rooms and other conven
iences : in sood neiehborhood. Apply at this
office. aug 5tf
fTT ANTED By a young lady
A situation as
i t governess
for touuk children. Terms
reasonable.
For further information apply to
Editor.
f CD tn-ci
)R. J. M. HOWARD is again in Winston.
Call and see him. Office at Mrs. Julian'!
hotel. Consultation free. july 6 tf
WANTED Six two horse tenants to culti
tivate fine Yadkin River bottom lands.
Lewis J. William, Winston. july 15 tf
THE masses will please bear in mind that at
Allen's Hardware store they will find a
laree assortment of useful goods crockery, too
plain, neat, useful and elegant. It
A SPLENDID room to rent 15x24, two large
windows, in the most public location in
Winston. Good water convenient. Over
Brewers Barber Shop. Apply to J F Schaub,
Augl2-2t
Winston.
I OOP SALARIES OB COMMISSION TO MEN AND
IT Women to act as locat or traveling Aeen
JVo ejrnrienc needed. Steady work ! James E.
Whitnxt, Nurseryman, Rochester, N.Y. (Men
tion this paper.) . juiyia om.
CJOAPS. Avery large line of Pears, Colgates
lOand other fine soap at Thompsons .Drug
Store. When m need of soap Thompsons is
the place to eet them. Feb. 25th tt
WANTED. Situation as Teacher, er will be
companion to a lady, and assist in the
household. Understands dress making. Good
references. Address X. Z.. care Srstisbi,.
April 8th-tf.
A LADY of lone experience
in teaching de-
LX sires a position as Principal
or Assistant:
the most advanced methods in Music and all
branches are brought into use: testimonials
given. Address Teacher, Warrenton, N C
July 29tf
THE wonderful t ings that happen in this
world of ours is amazing ; one of them is
how Allen continues to sell hardware so low;
to prove this come on and ask prices ; corner
Third and Alain streets; his crockery depart
ment is in the room adioinmg. it
WHY PAY
FP.OM $406.00 to $500.00 for a Planer and
Matcher, when you can get one that will do
as good and as much work for $300.00 of the
Salem Iron Works, Salem, N. C.
GEO. STEWART,
Tin and Sheet - Iron Manufacturer,
Opposite Farmers' Warehouse,
WINSTON, X. C.
ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING
done at short notice.
Tobacco Flues a Specialty !
nor. 26 tf
SPECIAL NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN to the public generally,
X and especially to the people-of North Caro
lina, that the Salem Iron Works, Salem. N. C,
manufacture Steam Engines, Saw Mills and
Wood Planers, which they are willing to put
in competition with those or any other manu
facturers, considering prices, material and
workmanship. Don't tail to write for circular
and prices. jane 17 tf
MAKE MONEY!
Fortunes are yearly made by successful oper
ators in Stocks. Grain and Oil.
These investments frequently pay from $500
to $2,000 or more on each $100 invested.
Reliable correspondents wanted. Address for
circulars, WILLIAM E. RICHARDS,
Banker and Broker,
junelT-om. 38, 40 & 42 Broadway, N. V.
ROCK LIME.
FOR BUILDING PURPOSES,
Freshly Burned, $1.1 5 per bbl-
Delivered in Wilmington
Also, AUKJCU LTD KAL LIMJi
and CARBONATE OF LIME
FRENCH BROS.
AuilSm Rocky Point, N. C
OR, A. L MOCK
Offers tiltt Professional Servioe
To the people of Winston-Salem and the sui
rounding country.
" Will be found at his reiSdcfirce, on Liberty
Street tno kelson building r." ail times, when
not professionally absent. ;an27-ra
STATESVILLE COLLEGE,
STATESVILLE, N. C.
BEGINS SEPT. 1ST. '88. CLOSES JUNE, 'Hf.
Full corps ot able teachers, line climate, home
comforts and moderate charges; Special les
sons in cooking and house-keepiug without ex
tra expense. Send for catalogue,
ang S 5m. MISS FANNIE EVERJTT, I'riu.
FOUND
OUT Al
Heqe
AT LAST, and no mistake, that the
patent Saw Mills are the best Saw
Mills buiit in the V. S. considering the prices,
material and workmanship. Manufactured by
tue . . situ l&osi works, saiem, c.
on your way. Down town
-.STOP IN AT -
RICHARD & MURPHY,
"Corner Fifth and Old Town Streets,
. And order a nice Beef" Roast or Steak sent
to your houee- Also keep Veal, Mutton, Pork,
and Sausage. s We keep Good Meats and We
strive to Please. Give ui a Trial. April 15th-ly.
Winston Tobacco Market. .
COKRXCTKD WKIKLT.
Breaks fair this week, with good show of
sound tobaccos. Prices about same as last re
port on all good stock.
Lugs, Cemmon - - -
. 3.00 (9 4.00
5.00 (oj 7.00
- 8.00 10.00
la.so & 14.00
4.50 (S 6.50
8.oo c lo.eo
12.50 (9 14.00
16.00 m 20.00
22.50 27.00
14.00(4 18.00
20.00(4 25.00
30.00 a 45.00
50.00 & 63.00
jueaium,
Good.
" Fine, "
ieaf. Common,
Medium.
" Good "
Cutters Good
Fine
Rich waxy fillers
Wrappers, Common,
Good.
Fine. T
PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected by Hinshuw & Bynum, Wholesale
and Retail Merchant.
Burma Fbicbs.
Bed wheat,
White
90
00
a 1
40
65
1 25
2 25
2 50
6 00
7 cts.
8 cts.
20 cts.
8 cts.
Corn, ...
Chop,
Extra Flour, ......
Family........ ...
Bacon ,
Pork,
Lard
Butter-
Honey,
Beeswax.. . ...
15 a
26 cts.
4 eta.
5 cts.
Tallow,
Green Hides,. ........ ........ ...
Dry Hides,... .............. .........
Eggs,
Chickens.
10 cts
8 cts.
10
18 cts.
Irish .Potatoes, . 40
Rags,
Peas,
50 cts,
1 cts.
60 cts,
Hay, per cwt
40
60 cts.
Dark, unclean, mixed, net thoroughly dried
and damp fruits will be unsaleable at any price.
Nothing but the better grades, clean, well dried
and perfectly dry fruits will be marketable.
DKIED FRUIT MARKET
Blackberries, 6
Cherries, 8
Raspberries, 10
Whortleberries, 5
Damson Plums, 4
Apples, dark quartered, 1 toll
Apples, sliced, bright, l to ij
Apples, sliced, fancy, 2 to 2
Apples, sliced, white, 3
reaches, quarter unpeeled, 1 j to 2
Peaches, small halyes.un peeled 2 to 2 J
reaches, bright peeled, s to
Peaches, fancy peeled,.... 7 to 7
Peaches, extra fancy peeled 8 to 8
DIED
In Winston, N. C, August 13th, 1886, Joseph
McCanless, aged about 63 years.
He was born in Iredell county. N C. but
spent most of his life in Rowan county. He
was engaged in mining at Gold Hill, N. C.
for many years. While there he lost his health
He had a large circle of friends and was loved
by all. lie was upright in all his dealings,
conscientious and truthful in all his statements.
He was kind and inotlensive, having never
had a law suit or a difficulty in his long life.
He professed faith in Christ a short while be-
lore his deatn ana gave many eviaences oi nis
acceptance, lie sang sweetly oi bis heavenly
home as he waited by the "narrow stream mat
divides the Church ot Uort." An anectionate
wile and five children mourn their loss. B.
W
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THE BOSTON KNIGHT,
20J Leverett street, Boston, Mass.
REMLY 8. SIDELINGER, Editor.
CIDER! VINEGAR!
PARTIES wanting pure apple cider for vine
gar can be supplied, by furnishing barrels,
at 12 cents per gallon delivred in Winston,
by addressing a. x. naii r.o.
Aug. 12-2t Clemmonsville, N. C.
FOR SALE!
I
28th, 1886, my House and Lot on Liberty
Street, one and a half mile from court-house ;
also, horse, wagon, buggy, household and
k itched furniture, and a full set of fanning and
butcher's tools. Terms cash.
Aug. 12 tds FRED GERNER.
ARE YOU GOING TO ,
PLANT TREES i
IF SO
XT X7ZLZi PAY YOU
TO WRITS TV
S. ORTHO WILSON, Nurseryman,
VINEYARD, WAKE COUNTY, N. C.
SS- SPECIAL PRICES for fall of 188 and
spring of 1887.
am A GENTS WANTED,
Aug 11) tf
SALE OF LOT!
executed to me by Michael Foust, and
recorded in book 1, page 174,.of the Record of
Mortgages of iorsyth county, on
Saturday. 7th day of August. 1886,
at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the Court House door in
Winston, C, I will offer tor sale, to the
highest bidder for cash, a lot of Land, Iyine on
Cherry street in Best town, known as lot No.
3.-, adjoining the lands of II. I. roucht and
others. R. B. KiSRNER,
july 8, 188fi. it Mortgagee.
Ask your: retailer for the Original 83 Shoe.
Beware of Imitations.
Nene Genuine unless bearing this Stamp
JAMES MEANS'
S3 SHOE.
i Hade in Button,Congrres A Lacft,
joem kxjuj snn. unexceueu um
arwure. a posuu cara renE
as will bring you InformA-
ma uuw bo get uiu duud
in an restate or lemiory.
r.lfeans&Co.,
41 uncoui o..
Boston,
Thl shoe stands higher m the estimation of
Wearer than any other In the world. Thoosanda
who wear lc will tell you tint reason If you ask them,
aug 13 3rn . , , , . ,
aOS.TISH3
or oth4r,whc to examine
tht paper, or ofctsin eatiratet
on derf ising; space when in Chicago, will find it on file at
45 to 49 Randolph St.,
the Advertising Agency of
KEEP JfPfS 0N
YOUR THIS
"V
LORD&TIIO'JAS.
J. W. SHIPLEY,
MAN'UFACTrREE OP
HORSE CLOTHING AND MULE JEWELRY,
Harness, Bridles, Collars, Saedles, Whips,
hames, baushes, Ac. Fine hand made work a
specialty. I call particular attention to my sen
sible cup blind bridle, and also tba genuine reg
ulation army maclelon saddle, of which we
keep a big stock july 6, 3m
$1,000.00
WILL BUY a first class Engine, Boiler and
Saw Mill out-fit that will cut from 5,000
to 8.600 ft. ot lumber per day.
JOS. BESVlSr,
MAIN STREET.
invites your inspection of his
NEW STOCK FOR THE HOLIDAYS
including ladies and gents' elegant gold
wat-.hes and chaias and hamiseme parlor clocks
selected expressly for the holiday trade.
$300.00
WILL NOW BUY a first class Planer and
Matcher, that will plane six inches thick.
twenty-four inches wide, and match any width
up to twelve inches. Write lor circulars and
prices to the Salem Ikon Works, Salem, N. C.
WATCHES. CLOCKS. AND JEWELRY
Promptly repaired bv skilled workmen
and
done by a practical engraver at
BEVEN'S,
the Watchmaker and Jeweler, 55 Main Street.
Winston, N. C. Dec. 10-ly
SPECTACLES
AND
EYE GLASSES
in Gold, Silver, Steel and Robber frames tofuit
all eyes, and ages, you will and st J. BE VANS,
Optician, Main Street, Winston, X. C.
Dec. 10-ly
FOUNDED 1802.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SAHETvI, XT. C
QOED ANNUAL SESSION begins Septem
OO ber 2nd, 1886. For catalogue apply to
Rev. E. Rondthaleb, d. D
Rev. John H. Clewell,
Jvly 15 4t Principals.
NOTICE.
MY son, McCray Lesene Adams, on June 20 a
last, left my home without my consent or
knowledge thereof. I hereby warn 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 berieved and sorrow
stricken mother. Those acquainted with his
whereabouts are earnestly requested to inform
me of the same.
JAS. B. ADAMS,
July 15 4t. Haw River, N. C.
SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY.
THE STATE CHRONICLE,
(Successor to the Farmer tt- Mechanin and the
Chronicle.)',
Under New Management!
Terms of Subscription Twelve months, S3
Six months, $1 ; three months, 50.
THE STATE CHRONICLE,
Raleigh, N. C.
PIANOS
MBaaSJaanaOU
ORGANS
AT HALF PRICE UN
TIL OCT. 1st.
' nir Grand Clearance Sale
emtinuea throurh Aug rat and
Sept. A trenundoui success.
Wonderful results from loiujjri
ces. $82,000 worth of Phnos
and Organs told sine A pi illst.
"Genuine Bargains," the key note
of these enormous sales. Time3 dread
ful hard, money scarce, and crop pros
pects bad, but a chance to secure fine
Instruments at half their value could
not be passed. Low prices captured
buyers, and Five Hundred Homes
were made happy. '
And we have yet on hand some $20,
000 worth of prime Pianos and Organs
which must be closed out by Oct. 1st.
We say "must," and we mean it. Oct.
lst must flud our wareroonis bare, -U(,
'hungry for an immense line of Sew
styles, at new prices, now being se
lected at the factories.
The Instruments to be closed out
are not old, or worn out, but almost
new, fresh, and in superb order. The
older ones thoroughly repaired, repol
ished and made serviceable for years
of hard use. They are of all styles and
prices, and from good makers.
Pianos, $35, $5(1, $75, $100, $150 to
$300. Organs, $10, $20, $30, $30, $50,
$75, t; $150,
Very Easy Terms given. 8tnall pay
ments. Pianos 5 to 10 dollars month
ly; Organs 2 to 5 dollars monthly.
Covers, Stools and Instructors giyen
free. Fifteen days test trill, same as
new Instrument1.
And Ludden A Bates they pay all
the freight, no matter where you live.
Descriptive lists sent free. Just aa
easy and sufo to buy through eorres
lomlence as in perm. Everything in
plain print. Instruments represented
exactly as they are, and sold under
guarantee.
One uniform price eiiarged all, and
that the very lowest. Xo one cau pay
us a nickel more than our regular
price nor buy a nickel les. On this
one price, sciuare tmde, rock we stand.
Remember, only until October 1st
these Grand Bargains are offered.
Dou't delay.
Cash buys cheapest, and far
j)ot Cash we will axtonish buy
er. -All who eun pai, cash .ihoiild
ao state in ilieir letters and ve
will present solid argttments
that will shrink tliair poclctl
books in short metre. Try it
once, ju.it for Itcl: dec 24 84
TUDDEH & BATES ' 11
11 SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSli
SAVANNAH, OA.

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