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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL : THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1886.
ALL OVER '..THE STATE. HBWSOr THE WEEK IN NORTH CAR OLINA, Org f ally Called From Oar Cotempoimrlei mad Compramd Into Small Particles. RANDOLPH. Trinity College bas eight professors and during the last year there were 146 matriculates. x Superintendent A. C. JIauney, of the Gold Hill mines was in Salisbury last Tuesday. He came to ship one hundred and fitty-fi ve ounces of bullion to the London owners. He said it was the result of twenty days work. Sal isbury Watchman. CUMBERLAND. The " short-cut;" railway is complet ed as far us Rhodes', fourteen miles from Fayetteville. The meeting of the X. C. Board of Pharmacy which was-called to meet at Fayetteville last week has been post poned until further notice on account of unavoidable circumstances. The State Pharmaceutical conven tion has ended its session at Fayette ville. It chose A. W. Rowland, of "Wilson, President. The meeting was an interesting one, though not largely attended. The premiums to the amount of nearly 500 were promptly paid by Secretury Wilson Thursday as fast as the rewards were read ofl', and quite a large amount was left here. Mrs. AV. W. Cole received about 833 on pre served and canned fruits. The fruit fairs have always paid their premiums within an hour after the reading of the list. Fayetteville News. BUNCOMBE. Col. Denny showed the Asheville Citizen recently twelve small but gen uine diamonds, found among the gold washings of McDowell county. He also exhibited other valuable gems. The Asheville Citizen states that Mr. Lackey, father of the youny man held for the killing of Prof Madison, walked to Asheville all the way from his home in Macon county and back, to procure the release of his son -a distance to and fro of nearly two hun dred miles. He did this out ot some nervous solicitude about the safety of railroad travel. WAYNE. The Goldsboio Messenger suggests the use of sulphuric acid, diluted with water for killing grass on the streets. A distinguished physician recommends its use, and says it will kill the roots of the grass and destroy it, So that con tinual cutting down will be done away j Kith. The endictment against the Wayne Board of County Commissioners was brought to trial in the Superior Court and concluded ou Tuesday, resulting in a verdict of guilty from which they appealed to the Supreme Court. They were charged with having neglected the boundary fences and gates. Golds boro Messenger. PEKSON. Next week Rev. R. H, Harris, col ored, will begin the publication of a paper in this town to be called The Dawning Liyht, in the interest of the colored people and their church Rox boro News. We regret that we are called upon to record the death of one of Person county's most honorable and well know citizens, Mr. John Bradsher. He died at the home of his daughter. Milton Advertiser. GRANVILLE. Although these are considered dull times, there are twenty-five dwelling houses in course of construction at Ox ford, and it is soon to have a smoking tobacco and cigarette factory. The chain gang of Oxford is not very large or conspicuous on its streets. The TorchligJU facetiously remarks : "He. is about twelve years old, but is as thorough a criminal and has seen the inside of the jail as often as any boy of his age in the State." WAKE. W. H. Wetmore & Co., are now em ploying twenty-one men in their shoe factory, and will from week to week increase this number. Some days this factory ships as much as $1,000 worth of shoes in a day. R. H. Battle, Chairman of Demo cratic Executive Committee gives no tice that arrangements have been made with several railroads of the State to sell return tickets at reduced rates to and from the convention, to be good for the week. Judge H. G. Connor being in Ral eigh to-day on his way to Orange court, which meets on Monday the counsel for' Mr. Miller sued out a writ of habeas corpus before him. His Honor granted the writ, making it re turnable before him at Hillsboro, on . Thursday next at 8 o'clock p. m. ttaieigh Visitor. HERE AND THERE, The Prohibitionists of Concord will give the colored people who voted with them a barbacue. There yet remains many months' work to be done on the State canal in Hyde. About 100 convicts are now there. Miss Lou Boy kin, of Sampson, as - we learn from- the Caucasian, was painfully injured by being thrown from an upset buggy. The office of Deputy Collector for Durham county has been abolished. The place was filled by W. K. Parriah. The Newton . Enterprise Bays the County Agricultural Association will hold its exhibition at the Fair Grounds' at Hickory on the 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd of October. There is a good deal of local excite ment about the discovery of silver near Yadkinville. A piece of ore has been sent to Washington, and the assay yielded 80 per cent. Mrs. Merrett, of Stokes county, last week gave birth to rbur children at once. The proud papa has named the boys Paul, Saul ami Hall and the girl Tall Danbury Reporter. Mr. R. H. Williams died at Gates -ville, Gates county, the 4th instant, aged 60 years. He was one of the most prominent citizens of the county, a successful business man and a Chris tian. - Mr. Geo. P. Hart retires from the Rocky Mount Talker, and Mr. C. H. Harris takes charge as manager and proprietor. Mr. J. B. Lewis will be the editor. Our best wishes attend all. Mr. J. C. Dobbins, an employee of the Richmond & Danville "railroad company, was run over by an engine and instantly killed at Seneca, on the Air Line division. Charlotte Obser ver. The Western North Carolina Rail road is to be extended from Paint Rock to Knoxville, Tenn. The Ashe vlle Citizen says arrangements for the construction have been completed and work will 1 egin at an early day. Mr. James W. Inman, who was seriously injured by a tree falling on him several months ago during a storm, died at his father's residence, below this place, on the 1st inst., in the 23rd year of his age. Mt Airy News. Although the corn crops of Jackson county are not up to the average year ly yield, our farmers may condole themselves with the fact that they are in a far healthier condition than those in other parts of the State. Webster Herald. In Cleveland county Thursday lightning struck two children of Wes ley Scheck, colored, who were hoeing cotton. One of them, a girl aged 7 years, was killed instantly, and the other was knocked unconscious. Shelby New Era, The Greensboro North State says W. W: Taylor, Esq., of Philadelphia, was here Monday prospecting with a view to put up city waterworks. Mr. Taylor was well pleased with the sit uation. He proposes to go into the waterworks business as a private busi ness. At Teachey's, Duplin county, the laying of the corner stone of a new Baptist church took place on the 10th. Rev. Dr. Prithard, of AVilmington, deliver the address. The Masons took part in the ceremonies, and all neigh boring Sunday schools attended. The Gordon bovs, sons of Louis Gordon, deceased, who live six miles from town on the road to Pleasant Grove, have three and a half acres of of very fine tobacco. It is the Hester variety. We hope they will succeed in curing it properly Monroe En quirer. A novelty, in North Carolina at least, is the fact that a Columbus coun ty man is going to bring suit against a fair damsel of his region for breach of promise of marriage. And why not? Is there any good reason whythe wo men should have the monopolv ot re dress for wounded affections. News- Observer. At at old burying ground near Hyco church in Casnell county, the graves have a rock wall about a foot high around them and upon that a shin gled roof. Under some of the roofs are four or five graves. .there is no opening. The gable ends are weather boarded tight. Ihe xanceyville Jyews says most of the graves are over a hun dred years old. Mrs. P. P. Foster, an excollent lady committed suicide in this county Tues day night. She got the family to bed and went out behind the house and took her life with a revolver. Mrs. Foster has been suffering with fever, and it was thought it affected her brain.. She left a husband and five children. Riedsville Weekly. . The number of white children at tending school in this state, according to the last report of the Superinten dent of instruction, was 167,000, the average attendence being 1 04,000. The entire number of white children was 314,000 From this it appears that fifty per cent of the "white child ren in the State did not attend the public schools in that year, while the average attendance was only about thirty three per ccRt. A public meeting was held at Sinith ville, the Star ays, to consider the proposition of a northern syndicate to build a railroad to that placv from London, Kentucky, via Bristol, Ten nessee, Salisbury and Hamlet, I. C, and Bennettsville and Conwayboro, S. C. The syndicate ahat each county through which the road shall be built will subscribe S2'000 in bonds tr ouch mile of the road within it boun-lai !-. The proposition -was very- fnvorably considered. - " ; THE GIST OF THE NEWS. . ' -' -. , ? HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK AT V HOME AND ABROAD. " The Cream of tba Wire Caught by "The Sentinel's" Caraful Cnn deRMr. WASHINGTON. The President and his family left Washington Monday for his summer vacation. EASTERN AND MIDDLE STATES. Striking cigar makers of New York have returned to work. The schooner Lookout went ashore near Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. A. G. Sedgwick, of New York, goes to Mexico to investigate the Cut ting aSair. A double elopement at Concord, N. H., is causing great excitement. The parties all left families. Vivian M. Shaw, of Morristowh, N. J., and Dr. Wm. Cruce, of Phila delphia, were drowned while bathing at Spring Lake Beach, N. J. Cardinal Gibbins does not agree with the Cardinal of Quebec in the Catholic Church's condemnation of the Knights of Labor. The .strike in three coal mines in Pennsylvania ended by the -men ac cepting the operator's terms; and a strike for short hours began in a fourth mine. Daniel Magone is tke new Collec tor appointed bo the President for the Port of New York. He is from Oe densburg and is not identified with the politics of the great city.-. A Coblesklll correspondent of a Troy paper says that hops are bring ing 40 cents and tells of a farmer in the vicinity who does not take the pa pers, who sold his hops for nine cents a poucd. August K. Cutting was born in New York in 1836. He is a printer, served a short time in the Confederate army, got married, quickly got divorced, married again and next turned up at Las Vegas, New Mexico. He is said to be quite smart, writes vigorously and is reported brave. THE SOUTH AND WEST. A fire at Folson, Cal., caused a loss of $450,000. The town of Lusk, in Northern Wyoming, was swept out of existence by a terrific storm Sunday. S. M. Armstrong, assistant postmas ter of Danville, Va., committed sui cide because he was tired of life. The abduction and" probable mur der of a young lady in Logansport, Ind., by a rejected suitor, caused great excitement there. Wm. B. Johnson, a prominent citi zen of Rock Yard, Mich., was mur- dured by a man named John Boyd ; a lynching is probable. Tnomas Bundy and his father, a Baptist preacher, were fatally wound ed in a fight with John Davis at Grays ville, Tenn.; Davis' wounds are also mortal. A man feeding a threshing machine near Georgetown, Ills, enraged at his son, threw him into the machine where he was cut to pieces ; the murderer fled but was caught and hanged. FOREIGN. Central Russia has been devasted by tornadoes and waterspouts. A largo number of weapons and ammunition were seized in Countv Kerry, Ireland. Anti Jewish riots occurred in the province of Kieff, Russia ; many houses were wrecked. . Cotton manufacturers of Canada have agreed upon an advance of five to ten per cent in the price ot goods. Rioting was resumed in Belfast Sat urday night ; one person was killed and many wounded ; there were fears ot a renewal ot the rioting last night. Cholera returns from Italy show 60 new cases and 60 deaths at iJarletta, and the steady progress of the desease at many other places. - The death of Dolores Tosta, widow of the famous Mexican General, Santa Anna, is announced. She was a wo man of strong traits of character, and had lived in retirement since the death of her husband. ' Among those who contributed to liquidate a 30,000 default of R. M. Kelly, pension agent at Louisville, Ky., was Mary Anderson, in the sum of 65,000. Kellv had aided her when she was poor and struggling for sue cess. An examination of sixty newspa pers Irom the enterior of Mexico in eluding journals f all shades of opin ion, show that the Cutting case ex cites almost no interest outside the press of the capital and the northefn frontier. Sixty-fright cigar factories, working Partido tobacco, at Havana, have been closed, 6,000 workmen having struck for higher wages. The strike threatens to extend to the Vuelta Abajo factories. The manufacturers have united to resist the demands of the workmen. mi4 TwfMki4y BKbet yoM orold. OaptMl oinqairas. YaearaaUrted flraa ThiMwbortaitatBO finT Tl aMa , Ml tbmt who wrtts to III I sHtO..Porilial,HalM,inmrtn I I fall tnfurm.tloa abort wortt wHleli I I I I I I I timj oaa , Knd Urns fcom,th wOl pj Mwl Ml thn from 15 lo Sg af dT. Irnhm an si sew. Capital Prize, $150,000. ' We d Aareiv certify that we supervise the ar rangements for all the Monthly and Quarterly 2rawing of Tke Louisiana State Lottery Com pany, and in person manage and fnirol the Drawings themselves, and that the tame are con ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company v w tnva HTitKwe, vwi fae-nmucM oj our sig natures attached, in its advertisements." Cnsnsla.ln-rs. We the undersianed Banks and Bankers will pay all Frizes drawn in The Louisiana State lotteries which may be presented at our coun ters. J. H. OGLESBT, Pres. Louisiana National. Bank J. W. K1LBRETH, Pres. State National Bank. A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans National Bank. u NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED Louisiana State Lottery Co Incorporated in 1868 for 25 rears bv the Leg islature for Educational and Charitable purpos es with a capital of $1,000,000 to which a re serve fund of orer $550,000 has since been added. By an OTerwhelming popular vote its fran chise was made a part of the present State Con stitution adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879. Its Grand Single Number Drawings will take place monthly. It never scales or post pones. .Look at the following Distribution : 196 tli Grand Monthly ASST) THE EXTRAORDINARY QUARTERLY DRAWING In the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday September 14, 1S8C, Under the personal supervision and mana gement of Gen. G. T. BEATJEEGARD, of Louisiana, and en. J l-JBAii A. .kAivLY, of Virginia. Capital Prize, $150,000. Notice- Tickets are Ten Dollara only. .Halves, tilths. Tenths, 51. LIST OP PI11ZES I CAPITAL PRIZE OF $IoO,fillO...$150,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 511,000... 50,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000... 20,000 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000... 20,000 4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000... 20,000 20 PRIZES OF 1.000... 20.000 50 " 500... 25,000 100 " 300... 30,000 200 " 200... 40,000 600 " 100... 60,000 1,000 " 50... 50,000 APPROXIMATION' PRIZED. 100 Approximation Prizes of $200... $20,000 100 " " 100... 10.000 100 ' " 75... 7,509 2,279 Prizes, amounting to $522,500 Application for rates to clubs should be made only to the office of the Company in New Or leans. For further information write clearly, giving full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express Mon ey Orders er New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency by i-xpress (at our expense) addressed XL. A. DACPH1X, Hew Orleaan, X.t orH.A. nilPHM. n'anhinctoii, I. C. Make P. 0, Money Orders paya ble and address Reqistered Letters to SBW iTlO.V.41 BASK McCANLESS HOUSE, DANBURY, N. C- THIS HOUSE IS NOW OPEN. It has been enlarged and newly fitted up for the especial accommodation of Summer visitors to Piedmont Springs and the Mountains. It is the largest Hotel, and has the best ar ranged and most airy rooms of any house in town, with double verandasof 120 feet promen ade each. It is beautifully located on a high well shaded elevation, where the pure air and mountain breezes have free access, with a nice view of the grand mountain scenery surround ing the town. It has a large and well ventil ated parlor, furnished with piano and other music for the use and pleasure of the guests. Since last season the proprietor has built new cook and pastry rooms separate from the larga and airy dining room. Situated 2i miles from Piedmont springs, 3 miles from Pepper's Alum springs, and within easy distance of Moore's and other mineral waters. A line of Good Hacks, with Good Tea ms, will be run from the Hotel to the springs at all times, or when desired, at reasonable rates. Mineral water and Ice kept at Hotel at all times. Board $16 per month, $5 per week, $1 per day ; children under ten years of age, and servants, half price. Dk. W. W. McCANLESS, july 7; 1886 4t Proprietor. DR. V. 0. THOMPSON, WHOI.ESALB AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, North Side Court-House Square, WINSTON. N. C. Has now m store a well selected rtick o Drugs, ; Medicines, Patent Medicines, - Mineral Waters, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Cigars, Smoking Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco, ; Paints, Oils, Dye Staffs, White Lead, Putty, Machine and Tanner's Oil, . ; English & American Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Tooth Brushes, Sponges, fec., &c. o wtiich ha invites Uie town and country XerohanU. Physicians will find in his store all the pop W proprietary articles of the day, such as BLjlXEKS, 8YBUPS, WI2TE8, 8UGAR-COAT-VD PlliXiS, GRANTOjES, SOLID AKD FtiUID EXTRACTS, MEDICATED PLASTERS AND OINTMENTS. Inevrnnienta ar4ered at mannlae- ieta. Janl,lT HORNER OXFORD, North Car'lina I (Session of nine months begins Monday, Oct. 4th, 1886, ending Friday, June 24th, 1887, with an intermission of one week at Christmas. Charge for the nine months reduced t $180 -ST One half payable in advance, the other half at the expiration of 20 weeks; when the Spring Term will begin. Booms large and well ventilated. Courses of Study complete in every respect. Schooi thoroughly equipped for efficient work- Send for catalogue. . r AngnstlQrf J. H. J. C. HORNER. I I LEAYEIN OUR business in South Carolina demands our undivided attention this fall, so we will leave in three weeks and now offer you OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS AT COST! We will have no auction. 'Our goods are new and all we cant get cost for we will move. Our cost mark will be furnished on application, so that you need not be deceived. If 3 011 want our goods at cost, come now before the stock is picked over, as we will be gone by Sept. 1st. " Verj Respectfully, . . " " J. 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