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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL; THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1886.
BROWN'S
IRON y
BITTERS
WILL CURE
HEADACHE
INDIGESTION
BILIOUSNESS
DYSPEPSIA
NERVOUS PROSTRATION .
MALARIA
CHILLS and FEVERS
TIRED FEELING
GENERAL DEBILITY
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
IMPURE BLOOD
CONSTIPATION
FEMALE INFIRMITIES
RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA
KIDNEY AND LIVER
TROUBLES
fOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and croued Red
Mfics on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
FROM
CAPTAIN THE HONORABLE
ALISTAIR HAY,
3 BATALIAN BLACK WATCH
Royal Highlanders.
(SECD SON OF TUB EARL OF HIVNOTJXL)
DUPPLINCASTLE, 1
PERTH. SCOTLAND. J
TO THK LIKBIG COMPANY:
"I was in a condition of great debilitv, con
sequent upon a broken-down stomache, diapep
sia and malaria, complicated with kidney irri
tation, when my medical attendant directed
rue o take your incomparable Coca Beef T nic
Its effects was simply marvelous. The power
of digestion was quickly restored, -the kidney
irritation vanished and rapid restoration to
health followed.
"Other preparations of Coea had been tried
without the slight eflec ."
PROF. CHAS. LUDWIG VON SEEGER,
Profeeeor of Medicine at the Rt fit University;
Knight of the Boy at Austrian Order of the Iron
Crew; Knight Commander of the Royal Span
ish Order of Isabella; Knight of the Royal
Prussian Order of the Red Eagle; Chevalier of
the Legion of Honor, rf-c, ee.. savs:
'LI it BIG CO.'S COCA BE IF TOKIC should
not be confounded with the horde of trashy
cure-alls. It is in no sense or the word a pat
ent remedy, I am thoroughly conversant with
its mode of preparation and 'know it to be not
only a legitimate pharmaceutical product, but
also worthy of the hiirh commendations it has
received inall parts of the world. It contains
easence of Beef, Coca. (Quinine, Iron and Cal
isaya, which arc dissolved in pure genuine
Spanish Imperial Crown Sherry,
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, Ner
vousness. Dyspeptic. KJious. Malarious or af
flicted with "weak kidners.
BEWARE OF IMITATION!,
Her Majesty's Favorite Cosmetic Glycerine
Used by Her Roval Highness the I'rincss of
Wales and the nobllitv. For the Skin, Com
plexion. Eruptions Chapping. Roughness. $1.00.
Of di-ujjjists.
LIEIJIG Co.'s Genuine Syrup of Sarsaparllla
M gnaraLteed as thn best 'Snrsaparilla in the
market. X. V. ltruol 38 Murray St.
July 39 tf
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Foutz's Powders will preven . 'jai-eb ix Fowls.
Foutz's Powders will increnf ue qnnntity of milk
and cranni twenty per cent., antk .uake the butter firm
and sweet.
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FALL TERM
North Carolina Superior Courts
1886.
s ' '- -
First District Judge Shipp.
Currituck, September 6, 1 week.
Camden, September 13. 1 week.
Pasquotank, September 20, 1 weak.
Perquimans, September' 27, 1 week.
Chowan, October 4, 1 week. .
Gates, October 11, 1 week. ...-
Hertford, Octobir 20, 1 week. '
Hertford, December 20, 1 week. ; ;
Washington, October 25, 1 week. i,
Washington, December 13, 1 week.
Tyrrell, November 1, 1 week.
Dare, November 8, 1 week.
Hyde, November 15, 1 week.
Pamlico, November 22, 1 week.
Beaufort, November 29. 2 weeks. i
Second District Judge Gudget.
Warren, September 20, 2 weeks.
Northampton, October 4, 2 weeks.
Edgecombe, October 18, 2 weeks. "
Bertie, November 1, 2 weeks.
Halifax, November 15, 2 weeks.
Craven, November 29, 2 weeks.
Third District Judge Shepherd.
Franklin, August 16, 1 week.
Franklin, November 15, 1 week.
Martin, Septembei 6, 2 weeks.
Martin?, December 9, 2 weeks.
Pitt, September 20, 2 weeks.
Greene, October 4, 2 weeks.
Vance, October IS, 2 weeks.
Wilson, November 1, 2 weeks.
Nash, November 22, 2 weeks.
Fourth District Judge Phillip.
WakeJ, July 12, 2 weeks.
Wake, August 30, 2 weeks.
Waket, September 27, 2 weeks.
Wake, October 25, 3 weeks
Wayne, July 26, 2 weeks.
Wayne, September 13, 2 weeks
Wayne October 18, 1 week.
Harnett, August 9, 1 weeks.
Johnston-, August 16, 2 weeks.
Ftfth District Judge Connor.
Orange, August 9, 1 week.
Orange, November 8, 1 week.
Caswell, August 16, 1 week.
Caswell, November 15, 1 week.
Person, August 23, 1 week.
Person, November 22, 1 week.
Guilford, August 30, 2 weeks.
Guilford, December 13, 2 weeks.
Granville, September 13, 2 weeks.
Granville, November 26, 2 weeks.
Alamance, September 27, 1 week.
Chatham, October 4, 2 weeks.
Durham, October 18, 2 weeks.
Sixth District Judge Clark.
Jones, August 16, 1 week.
Jones, November 1, 1 waek.
Lenoir, August 23, 2 weeks.
Lenoir, November 15, 2 weeks.
Duplin, September 6, 1 week.
Duplin, November 29, 2 weeks.
Pender, September 13. 1 week.
New Hanover, September 27, 2 weeks.
Sampson, October 11, 2 weeks.
Sampson, December 13, 1 week.
Carteret, October 25, 1 week.
Onslow, November 8, 1 week.
Seventh District Judge Gilmer.
Cumberlandf, July 26, 1 week.
Cumberlandf, November 8, 1 week.
Cumberland, November 15, 2 weeks.
Columbus, August 2, 1 week.
Moore, August J 6, 2 weeks.
Moore, December 6, 2 weeks.
Robeson, August 30, 2 weeks.
Robeson, October 11,2 weeks,
vlnsonf, September 13, 1 week,
-riuson, November 29, 1 week.
Brunswick, September 20, 1 week.
Richmond, September 27, 2 weeks.
Richmond, December 20, 1 week.
Bladea, October 2o, 2 weeks.
Eighth District Judge BoyTcin.
Iredell, August 9, 2 weeks.
Iredell, November 8, 2 weeks.
Rowan, August 24, 2 weeks.
Rowan, November 22, 2 weeks.
Davidson, September fi, 2 weeks.
Davidson, December 6, 1 week.
Randolph, September 20, 2 weeks. .
Montgomery, October 4, 2 weeks.
Stanly, October 1 8, 2 weeks.
Cabaivus", November 1, 1 week.
Ninth District Judge McJtae.
Rockingham, July, 29, 2 weeks.
Rockingham, November 8, 1 week.
Stokes, August 9, 2 weeks.
Stokes, ATovember 15, 1 week.
(S'urry, August 23, 2 weeks
S'uny, ivbvember 22, 1 weeks,
llleghaney, September 6, 1 week.
Wilkes, (September 13, 2 weeks,
i'adkin, September 27, 2 weeks.
Davie, Onto er 11, 2 weeks.
Forsyth, October 25, 2 weeks. .
Tenth District Judge Montgomery.
Henderson, July 19, 3 weeks.
Burke, August 9, 2 waeks.
.Ashe, August 23, 1 week. '
Wat uga, July 30, 1 week.
Caldwell, September 6, 1 week.
Mitchell, September 13, 2 weeks.
Yancey, September 27, 2 veeks.
McDowell, October 11, 2 weeks
JieuenVi District Judge Graves. .
A lexander, July 26, 1 week.
Catawba, August 2, 1 week.
Cleveland, August 9, 2 weeks.
Cleveland, October 25, 1 week.
Mecklenburg, August 30, 3 weeks.
Uuionf. September 20, 2 weeks.
Lincoln, October 4, 1 week.
Gaston, October 11. 2 weeks.
Rutherford, iVbveinber 1, 2 weeks.
Polk, Abveml er 15, 1 week.
Twelfth District Judge Avery.
Madison, August 2, 2 weeks.
Madison, August 22, 2 weeks. -Buncombe,
August 16, 3 week.
Buncombe. December 6, 2 weeks.
Transylvania, September 6. 1 week.
Haywood, September 13, 2 weeks.
Jackson, (September 27, 1 week.
Macon, October 4, 1 week.
Clay, October 11,1 week.
Cherokee, October 18, 2 weeks.
Graham, A'ovemberJ , I week.
Swain, A'bvember 8, 2 weeks.
Civil actions only.
"("Criminal actions only.
tCivil actions only, except jail cases.
'Criminal rirses only, except aivil actions not
requiring a jury.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
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or no pay reauired. It is guaranteed to-stive
pel-fen atisf Hctiou. or money refunded . Price
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When vim visit or leave New York City save
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BUT THF HEART-THROB OF
TRUE MANHOOD:
SrATTA, Gjl., Sept 22, 1885 To the Constitu
tion, Atlanta Were I to practice deception ia
case like this, I would think that my heart had
become seared beyond recognition. .
To be guilty of bearing false testimony, there
by imperiling the lives of my fellow-men,
would place me beneath the dignity of a gen
tlemen. The facts which I disclosed are endorsed and
vouched for by the community in which I live
and I trust they may exert the influence in
tended. For twenty long years I have sufiered untold
tortues from a terrible pain and weakness in the
small of my back, which resisted all modes and
and manner of treatment.-
For a long time the horrifying pangs of an
eating cancer of my lower lip has added to my
misery and suffering. This encroaching, burn
ing and painful sore on my lip'-was pronounc
ed Epitheial Cancer by the prominent physi
cians in this section, which stubbornly resisted
the best medical talent. About eighteen month,
ago a pierceing pain located in my breasts
which could not be allayed ,by the use of o -dinary
modes of treatment,
These sufierings of misery and prostration
became so great that, on the 1 8th of fast July, a
leading physician said that I could not live
longer than tour days, and I had almost given
up in dispair. The burning and excruciating
ravages of the cancer, the painful condition of
my back and breast and the rapid prostration
of my whole system conbined to make me a
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The excruciating pains which had tormented
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my feeble frame, and when eight bottles had
been used I was the happiest of men, and fell
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All pain had vanished, the cancer on my lip
healed and I was pronounced cured. To those
who are afflicted, and need a blood remedy, I
urge the use of B. B. B., as a wonderfully ef
fective, speedy and cheap blood purifier.
Allen Gkast.
Sparta, Ga. Sept 22, 1885 I saw Mr. Allen
Grant when he was suffering with epithelial
cancer of under lip, and after useing the B. B. B.
medicine, as stated above, I find him now al
most, if not perfectly cured.
Signed, J. T. Asdbkws, M. D.
Sparta, Ga., Sept 22, 1885 We take pleas
ure in certifying to the truth of the above state
ment, having supplied the patient with the
Blood Balm.
Signed, Rozier & Vakdvan, Druggist.
Sparta, Ga., sept 22, 1885 I often saw Mr.
Allen Grant when suffering from epithelioma,
and from the extent of the cancer thought he
would soon die, He now appears perfectly well
and 1 consider it a most wonderful cure.
Signed, R. H. Lbwis, Ordinary.
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All who desire full information about she
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One of the landmarks of
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Or-
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of the many to whom I have sold
Guinn's Pioneer Blood Menewer,
But what have been satisfied, and
I find it the best remedy for all
skin diseases I have ever sold, and
a fine Florida Tonic.
t'oSTEK CHAPMAN,
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A Superb Flesh Produecr and Tonic !
Grixs's Pioxeer Blood Keneweh
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheumatism,
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If not in vour market, it will be forwarded on
receipt of price. Small bottles $1, Large $1.75.
Essav on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
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MACON, GEORGIA.
For saleiu Winston liy SMITH & BROWN,
ASHCKAFT & OWENS, ami V. O. THOMP
SON. MarcL 4m
THE TAYLOR HOUSE,
Danbnry, Stokes Co., N. C.
THIS HOUSE WILL BE OPEN for the
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the 15th of June, 188S. It is situated on the
corner of Main and Piedmont Streets, amicT a
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Parlor, with fine Organ, and the State Italian
Band, late of Raleigh, now of Winston, has
been engaged to make music fur the guest of
the house; this is said U be one of the Snest
(string) bands in the SUW. We expect to keep
the best table the wintry can afford. Danbury
i located on the loot Hills of the grand old
Saurattfrn mountain, and on the bankrof the
noble Tk:n, and is one of the mct pleaaant
places K snend the hot nea.son to ke found in
the PiedmonfUistrict of North Carolina. The
mountain sceeery is uusnrpMeed, and the
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to all ca.ses of diseases : dyspepsia and all skin
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the Springs daily, or any of tha pleraw of
interest in- the mountains for reaaonabte
charge-.,- Board per month $ 1(5.01, psr week
$5.. per day $1.0(1. Children under JB yean
i charjres. Servante'who wait-on their employ
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For furthar particulars, apply to e at Paa
burr.N.C. S. B. TAYLOR, Prop, of '
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Choice Pure-Bred Poultry.
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