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THE, WEEKLY SENTINEL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, l88b
2 A POSY SONG. - - I made a posy for my love. As fair as she is soft; nnd fine; -'. The lilac thrift I made it' oi". And levaoa-yellow columbine. But woe is me for my despair, Tor my pale flowers, woe is me A bolder man has given her A bunch of crimson peony. A. Mary F. Robinson. A GLIMPSE OF MONTE CARLO. EaOfty Chambers When One Sound AIoo Predominates The Three Rooms. The advantage of Monte Carlo is this: You must put down redy money; there is no suspense for the issue of winning or losing; you know in an instant where you are, and the chances are just aa much in your favor as they are in that of tte bank. As to the agreeableness of this part of Monte Carlo life, I can not quite see all its charms. If you don't want to stand, you must be at 12 pre cisely at the Casino, wben the doors open, tear in like one rushing for the pit on a first night, elbow your way to the lovely room, and saiga a place at your favorite table, . knocking irrespectively right and left old, young, middle-aged and muddle-aged, and onoe at this place in your seat for a while gambling has its possible side, and the Casino is a livable place. After the crowd comes, and the rabble begins. In these lofty chambers one sound alone predominates the chink, chink, chink of falling money, dropping me chanically eternally, with the monoton ous monody of an endless circular chain, going round and round, b topping at the same places, re-echoing the same rhythm, which after a while becomes so insupportable that you would rush any where, do anything desperate, in fact, to escape this horrible succession of most horrible sounds. There is one conversa tion play; one universal talk of sys tems, and such scenes at the tables as beggar description: Respectable-looking women ilHng up the wrong pile so often that the croupier plainly calls them thieves, others fighting over 5-franc pieces, yelling: "This is mine; I put my money on such a number." Then the crowd interfering, a vagrant hand in the meanwhile deftly stealing over some incensed shoulder and making off with the disputed wealth whilst the rabble rave again. The croupier shrugs his shoulders, screams "Faites vos jeux" the sound of chink, fhinlr begins; once more the roulette starts, and sooner than I could write it the best or worst is known. There are three rooms; the first two devoted to roulette, the last being for the trente-et-quarante tables, of which there are two. Here nothing less than a napoleon can be played. There is little quarreling none, in fact. The crowd looks decent, and the atmosphere is quite respectable. Falling gold and bank notes bjivo a more subdued sound than the ring of those filthy 5-franc pieces. In. fact, the latter vulgarize play by their littleness, and excite our disgust. As we condemn one who steals a dollar and condone one who steals a million, in the same way we must look at the difference in the professional gamblers and aristo cratic players at Monte Carlo. In life we are not so much shocked by results as by the vulgar detail of getting at those results. I advise all who come to Monte Carlo and wish to be respected as fashionable players in short, taken for ladies and gentlemen to play in the trente-et-quarante room. In speaking of his gambling-tables, 31. Blanc said: "Trente et quarante ebt to vol. Roulette est te assassination." (Trento-ot-quarante is theft. Roulette is assassination.) Blanche Roosevelt in Chicago Times. How to Become Educatod. A mans education must be mainly his own work. He may be helped or he may be embarrassed greatly by his envi ronment; but neither books, nor teach ers, nor apparatus, nor other surround ing conditions of any kind will be of any avail, unless he himself furtiioh the ener gizing spirit which shall put them to ac count. A mind is not molded as an earthen vessel is fashioned by the hand of the potter. It moulds iteelf by virtue of an inherent force which makes for symmetry or deformity according to the direction given it by consciousness and wiU. Libraries, universities, museums and foreign travel are powerful auxiliaries to a man who is de termined to be educated, but he will find them of no avail if he makes them anything more than"' secondary instru mentalities in the work. On the other hand no lack of such advantages will prevent a man from securing a valuable education who is resolved to educate himself. F. A. P. Barnard in The Forum. The Great Age of Fishes. Many statements have been made as to thareat age that fish may attain. Seme persons think that there are carp at Fontadnebleau that date back to the time of Francis I., but the majority is skep tical in regard to this, and tor good reasons. Professor Spencer F. Baird think that we may allow an age of 200 years for certain carp. There ufhothing. Bays he, to prevent fish from living al most indefinitely, since they have no period of maturity, and grow every year of their life. In Washington there are goWGsh that have belonged to the same family for fifty years, and they appear to be scarcely any larger than they were when purchased. In the royal aquaria at St. Petersburg, there are Bah that are really 140. years old. Some of these are fully five times larger than they were when introduced, while others have gained but a fraction of an inch in length. It appears that in China there are sacred fish of still greater age. Sci entific American. Five Million Tnrtlam in Mexico. - There are 5,000,000 Indians of Mexico, making 86 per cent of the entii popula tion, they apeak thlrty-flv fcbona and sixty oine ditUecte. They are nearly all grossly ignorantand live by themselves, wild, half-tavwee life, j the oauntry ifiatrioto. Oovernor Jose Maria R&mfres, of Chiapas, will soon ask the president to appropriate 1,000,000 to eotaoate the Indians,' Chicago Herald. Don't borrow Thi Bimm but send $1.60 C W K E & '? dyspepsia: indigestion WEAKNESS, CtflLLS AND FEVERS MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. TT is Invigorat ing and De lightful to take, and of great value as a Medicine for weak and Ailing Women and Chil dren. TT gives NEW LIFE to the whole SYSTEM by Strengthening; the Muscles, Ton. ing the NERVES, and completelyDi gesting the Joed. brleadiaar Minerals, is com posed of carefully selected Vegeta ble Medicines, combined skill fully, making a Safe and Pleasant Remedy. Ehysicians.tellinx ow to treat di at HOME. mailed, together with a set of hand some cards by new Heliotype process en receipt of 10 C Vim. ..1. ti. T1 Pi iwt1,h uut ftwiM. ShonlS the yma not kMp TOLLS A twin tUOQt S fttU a iaOUelUlM Mat, Cbrs paid. ; riKriin out r JpODtt Drag and Chemical COHpam Saitimou, im, v. a. a. ' ; HARDVICKE AliD WELLS I PATENT TOBACCO HEAT REGULATOR. IT HAS BEEN PROVED in this section that the HEAT REGULATOR'S A MOST VALUABLE INVENTION! and that the testimonials given at Marshall, X. C, are not overdrawn by the following testi monial from Mr. Y L Lawrence, of Davidson county which reads as follows, viz : Ci-emmossville, If. C, August 28, 18S6; Messrs. Giersh, Senseman & Co., Dear 3irs: 1 have used the Heat Regulator that I bought of you and I find that it excels anything that I have ever used in the way of curing ni ee to bacco. I cut a barn of tobacco on the 23d of August and had it cured by the 26th by using the Regulator. It saves time and wood and I can pick 100 pounds of smokers out of the barn that I have cured, which I think will par for the Regulator ; I was benefited at least $25 on the barn. Y. L. Lawrescb. Lexixgtox, X. C, Sept. 25, 1S86. Messrs. (i. S. & Co., Gents The patent Heat Regulator bought of you last week gives entire satisfaction in every respect. No farmer should be without one. My tobacco was very green and heavy on the hill, notwithstanding I have made a very good cure. I was benefitted on the first barn at least $2 a and on the second a great deal more. My neighbors whose tobacco grew on sandy land and was very much better on the hill, cured with common flues, can not com pare at all with mine. Yours truly, Alexander Evans. East Bhxo, N. O, Oct. 2. Messrs. Giersh, Senseman A Co., Gents : I have had one bam of tobacco cured with the Hardwicke & Welles Heat Regulator, and can say without reserve that it surpasses anything I have seen for cur ing Fine Tobacco. My tobacco was green, heavy and tough on the hill, and was cured nice and yellow. I was benefitted from thirty to forty dollars on the barn, and advise the farmers to use the Regulator in curing their to baecc. David Smithermon. Any iniormation in regard to the Regulator and the cure of bright tobacco will be given by Mr. J. L. Pitmon, care Giersh, Senieman k Co Salem, N. C. We hear of parties in different sections of the country who are trying to imitate the Heat Regulator by running perforated boxing through the barn between the flues. We mere ly say that the patent on the Regulator covers all cold air flues running into the barn for the purpose of conducting cold air and that any in- frintjunait.s will lie prosecuted to the fulle.it ex tent of the law. Price of Regulator: 1 Regulator "for a single return flue $20.00 1 double " " 22.00 For sale in tins section, only by GIERSH, SENSEfflftN & CO W.'ulesnlc and Retail Dealers in STOVES, TINWARE, TOBACCO FL.UES, FLUE IRON, &c, Sign Big Coffee Pot, SALEM, N.C. Sept 2nd, 186 4t TAX NOTICE! rpniS is to give notice tliut I will attend at J the following time and places tor the pur pose of collecting the State and county taxes for the year, 1886. Clinard's Stand, Joe Beeson's Kernersville, Crim's X Roads, Salem Chapel, Stewart's, Bitting's Store, Elijah Reed's, Brookstown, Old Town, Lewisville, Hampton's, Winston, Wednesday, October 6th Thursday, " 7th Friday, " 8th Saturday, - 9th Monday " 11th Tuesday, " -' 12th Wednesday, " 13th Thursday - 14th Friday, " loth Saturday, " 16th Monday, " 18th Tuesday, " 19th Wednesday, " 20th Thursday, " 21st Salem, State tax For gen'l purposes, 25c on $100 val. oi real and personal property. State tax For schools, 12c on $100 valuation of real and personal property, County tax "-'or General ceunty purpose s, 21c on $100 valuation of real nnd personal' prop County Tax Roads, 8c on $100 valuation of real and personal property. Poll tax, $2.00. sepl JOHN BOYER, Sheriff. WATCHES. CLOCKS. AND JEWELRY Promptly repaired br . skilled workmen and Baa GKRA.-V-XliTa. done by a practical engraver at the Watchmaker and Jsweler, 35 Main Street, Winston, N. C. Dec. l-ly SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, on Saturday, the 30th day of October, 1886, at 1 o'efock, p. m., at the Court House door, in Winston, y.C.,1 will of fer for sale to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, a tract of land lying in the county of For syth, and State of orth Carolina, along the Shallow Ford road, one mile beyond the town of Lewisville, In said county on the waters of Double Creek adjoining the land of D. H. Starbuck. John Hicks and others containg Eighty seven and one-half acres mora or less, with dwelling, orchard, outhouses Ac located thereon. Said to be fine tobacco land. Terms of sale, six months credit, with bond a.d ap proved security. Title reserved until payment of purchase money. R. B. KERNER Admr. ' of Ja. 8. Plbdgsb, Deed, Septr 20, 1966. GORDON BROS., Corner of 5th and Old Town St., Dealer in FRESH - MEATS, - FISH, - OYSTERS Chickens, Butter, Xggs, Vegetables, Fruits. ; Groceries, 4c. , Be Bare to give aa a call, and I will jtl-nss you in price and quality of geodsJJ r. . Winston, Aug. 36, 1886. ly are' Prevalent, all - Worl over the I am a native of England, and while I was Jn that country I eoatractcd a terrible blood poison, and for two years was under treatment as an out-door patient at Nottingham Hospital, England, but was not cored. I suflered the most agonizing pains in my bones, anil was cov ered with sores all over my body and limbs. I had vertigo and deafness, "with partial loan of sight, severe pains in my head aud eves, etc., which nearly ran me cracy. I lost all hope in that country, and sailed for America, and was treated at Kosevelt in this city, as well as by a prominent physician in New . York having.no connection with the hospitals. I saw the advertisement of Swift's Specific, and I determined to give it a trial as a last re sort. I had given up all hope of being cured, as I had gone through the hands of the best medical men in Nottingham and New York. I took six bottles S. S. S. and I can say with ereat joy that ther have cured me entirely. I am as sound and well as I ever was in my life. L. FRED HALFORD. New York City, June 12th, 1885. Blood Is the life, and he who remembers it. But in March of last year (1884), I contracted blood rison, and being in Savanah, Ga., at the time, went into the hospital there for treatment I suffered very much from rheumatism at the same time. I did not get well under the treat ment there, nor was I cured by any of the usu al means. I have now taken seven bottles of Swift's Specinc aud am sound and well. It drove the poison out torough boils on the skin, Dan Leahy. Jersy City, N. J.. Aug. 7, 1885. Two years ago I contracted blood poison. After taking prescriptions from the best physi cians here and at Dallas, I concluded to visit Hot Springs, and on reaching Texarkana a doctor rccom men dded me to trv Swift's Specinc, assuring me that ft would oenelit me more than Hot Springs. Although the Poison had reduced great holes In my back and chest. an tad removed all the hair off my head, yet an to improve in a week's time, and the begau to heal and were entirely gon t in- I began sores bei entirely goni side of eight weeks. Will Joses, Porter Union Pass Cisco, Texas, July 13. 1885. Depot. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, At lanta, Ua, N. V.. 157 W. 23d St. SALE OF VALUABLE LAP Al ILL IN REIDSVIL.L.E, X. C. BY virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Rockingham county, in the matter of J. M. Priee and wife, Mary L. Price, and H. C. Moir, guardian of John Benton Field, ex parte, the undersigned will offer for sale at Public Auction, on thti premises, on WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1886, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following valuable real easate, lying in said county of Rockingham, in the town of Reidsville, fronting 138 feet on East Market street, and 153 feet deep, adjoining the land of R. H. Wray, F. R. Penn and oth ers, being the Lot on which is located theT. W. Field Saw Mill and Fixtures, consisting of Steam Engine, Box and Planing Machine, Tongue and Groove machine, Grist and Saw Mill Attachments, which are sold with said lot. Terms of Sale : One-third Cash, one-third due in six months, the balance in twelve months, to be secured by bonds of purchaser with good security, interest on the deferred payments at 8 per cent, per annum from day of sale, or all cash at option of purchaser. Sale made subject to confirmation of said Court and title retained until all oi the purchase money is paid. Any one desiring to purchase a well-lolsted lot and valuable machinery in the thirling town of Reidsville will do well to attend' the sale. J. M. PRICE, Commissioner. sept 30ds. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. On or about Oct 5th the undersign will open a new butcher shop on Third street near Liberty, in the old Winston Hotel. I propose to keep a full Eupply at all times of fresh meats, including choice beef, sausage, pork and mutton, also eggs. I will givemy persoual attention to all or ders and see that same are carefully attended to. Meats delivered promptly free of charge. I respectfullylsolisit a share of vour patronage. Oct, 7 tf. W. A. MURPHY. FOR SALE. A First-Class Ba? and Bowling; Alley in the thriving town of " REIDSVILLE, N. C. Address, S. S. WHITTE-'T. OctTtt Reidsville, 2 C. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Tha copartnership heretofore existing be tween the firm of Williamson & Smith, dealers in leaf tobacco, has been dissolved by mutual consent, A. A. Smith withdrawing. The bus iness will be continued hereafter by M. N. Williamson- M.N. WILLIAMSON. oLl 1886 lm. A. A. SMITH. ' STATESVILLE COLLEGE, STATESVILLE, N. C. BEGINS SEPT. 1ST. 86. CLOSES JUNE. '17. Full corps of able teachers, fine climate, homo comforts and moderate charges Special lea son in cooking and house-keeping without ex tra expense. end for catalogue. ang 3 Sm. MISS FANNIE EVERITT, Prin. ADVERTISERS or others, who wish to examine this paper, or obtain estimates on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on file at 45 to 49 Randolph St., Ow Advertising Agency of LORD STHOrJAS. Children's, 1 to 5 years, . - ditto, two attachments -Misses' - " Ladies' ' Misses', Wtth s belt, " Ladies'. " " lOc. 13o. 1 5c. 25.;. 8 toe kin?. Abdominal, and Catanip- ntal Bandage . Supporter . com bined. .- - . - - iO--. Health Skirt Support w, - Brighton (rent's Garter , ,. ' a sc. I 9tm BALK B ,. ALL FIRST-CLASS STORES. 7 Samples sent post-paid to auy address Upon receipt of price in a-aent stampa. - i T, .JLEW11. STEIH,r - Sole Owner and Manufacturer, ITS Cemtr Street, New York. Diseases TOOKI1TG S "CTPPORTEB h Mw is Er!. a i-u'- PR0F..CKAS. LUDW1G VCN SEEGER, Profeser of lledicin at the Royal University Knight of tlie-Royal Austrian Order of the Iron Crown; Knight Commander of the Royal Span ish Order of Isabella; Knight of the Royal Prussian Order of tte Red Eagle; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, etc., te., says: ' 'ZIKSla COSS COG A BEEF TOXIC should not be confounded with the horde of trashv core-alls. It is in no sense of 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 high commendations it has received in all parts of the world. It. contains essence of Beef, Coca, Qninine, Iron and Cal isaya, which are dissolved in pure genuine Spanish Imperial Crown Sherry,' Invaluable to all who are Run Down. Ner vousness, Dyspeptic. Bilious. Malarious or af flicted with weak kidneys. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, Her Majesty's FaYorite Cosmetic Glycerine Used by Her Roval Highness the Pr.ncss of Wales and the nobility. For the Skin, Com- Slexion, Eruptions Chapping. Roughness. $1.00. f druggists. LIEBIG Co.'s Genuine Syrup of Sarsa?arllla is guaranteed as the best Sarsanarilla in thn nai kcl. July 29 tf 9T. . Depot 38 Murray 8. W. B. GLK. R. 8. OLBXS GLENN & GLENN, attorneys and Counsellors at Law, vrtx8'rx, nr. c. PRACTICE f all the State and Federal Courts. Collections made in any part of State. Loans negotiated on best security. ReaF Estate sold on commission. Abstract titles made, and conveyances and eontraets of all kinds carefully prepared. . ap9-m. J. LINDSAY PATTERSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, . WISSTOS, N. C. WiLl practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Deads, Martgages and other legal papers, neatly, correctly uml promptly drawn. Real estate sold on commission, Monev loaned on good security. Collection of claims'made in all parts of tue State. All business intrusted to him will receive prompt ami faithful attention. Office over Vaughn A Pepper's Store. no2tily Ills BEST REMEDY KNOWN FOR CATARRH, QAD T? THROAT, iO J ri-Ei MOUTH, Etc., in all Forms and Stages. PURELY VEGETABLE. ENTIRELY HARMLESS. REQUIRES NO INSTRUMENT. IT CURES WHERE OTHEUS - FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF. Athens, 6a Dec. 12, 1883. Gentlemen: have had catarrh in a very severe form three years. During this time my stomach was greatly deranged : my sight, taste hearing and smell 'were much impaired the latter three al most destroyed. About 2 months ago .Indge Cobb gave me a bottle of Certain Catarrh Cure. This I have used carelessly and irreguiaaly but with most gratifying results. The above troubles have entirely disappeared, my general condition is much improved, ami so great has been thechange, I feci like a different person entirely. Yours, etc., Lrcv IU ckkk. What Lucy Bucker (col. says alHre, I believe is true. The effect ofthe medicine upnu her was prompt and remarkably efficacious. All the suffering seems relieved and she toils niu this one bottle did it. Signed, Howem. Conn, Judge City Court, Alliens, Ua. I have examined the recommendations and Certain Catarrh Cure and being personally ac quainted with the parties by whom they were given, feel no hesitancy i" sayiag, they are en titled to the utmost conlidein'c of the public. The A C. CO. Is entirely reliable and honorable in all dealings. Signed. R.K. Ueaves, Mayor of Athens. Only a few of our many oertitlcatcs are given here. Others can be obtained from your druggist, or by addressing 3 C. Co., Athens, Ga. Sold m Winston, by SMITH ft BROWN. 1k. V. O. THOMPSON , mayK ly ASHCRAFT & OWENS. GBttTPiano anil opjliiL ESTABLISHED I8S9. Beautiful New Up right Piano, Rosewood Case, for only $165. Sf nd for Descriptive Catalogue. It will pay you to ex amine this instrument before paying double our price for one not nearly so good. No Organs or Pianos have met with the ponalarity of these in- rtnimrnta, as is proven by the WO .VDER V V La KALES. Our increased facilities for the nun. tacture of Pianos and Organs enable as to offer in struments or the HIGH EST GRIDE at lower prices than is asked for inferior ones. s Write ns asd ws will take pleasure in giving all the information desired f ree of charge. All oar Indriimenta am war ranted for SIX YEARS and are sent anywhere on 15 uajrs test trial. Knyal Gem Organ. Solid Blai k Walnut Cose, for only S3. Send for Illustrated Cat alogue. Pitase mention this paper when you write. Washington, Warren Co., N. J., tr. a A. jnly 2SI ly ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cost -Ill IB V m VtWaWBIBTKlHHK of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co rWswssspw Adwwtiaing Bufssa,' . lOSpniss St., New York.' sVI IQof.' for IQOPage PsgnpsUe . J M. W. NORFI.EET. ; " . . H, J. Ckotb,' Auctioneer. W. . -wSbsteb. of Rockingham Co... "- J- M- Jesscr, of Sf-McMs Piedmont Warehotfsej ' wi3srsrroiT, isrv: o. -- For the Sale of TN commencing a new Tobacco rear, we desire A past. We promise renewod cfl past. We promise renewod efforts in their to any bouse in Winston. There will be an active tne an traae. uon t lorget tne pi ace ami name Nov. 6, 188i.-tf PIEDMONT WAGON COMPANY, -HAS SETTLED THE- Labor and Capital Conflict ! OF PRACTICAL DEFINITION The Best Organization -'The Piedmont Wagon on Wheels !" LABOR A united determination to go up head. Capital All fair means adopted to get ahead. Strikes That which is required to make not less than 225 Piedmont Wagons per month. Boycotting That which the people are requested to do by refusing to buy any wagon other than the P1EDMON1 ' . Dynamite An explosive used to get rid of any man who don't know how to make'a good wagon. Communism A systematic plan for distributing among the people, not less than 225 wagons per month under a well graduated price list. Arbitration Finding the best manner of putting the Piedmont Wagon on Wheels. Powderly Who went for Gould andot left. Piedmont The name of the biggest Railroad system and the best wagon in the South. For Terms, &c, apply to T. H. PEGRAM, Jr Agent, WIKSTON. K. C. ap 23 tf W. H. WETMORE & CO., Manufacturers of The Celebrated Riveted Soam Shoe, Wetmcre's Patent Cable shank stitch Down )AND RIVITED SEAM KIP HORSE COLLARS, SOMETHING NEW. We own the exclusive Patent Rights. to manufacture the following goods in North Carolina. The Celebrated Rivited Seam Shoes, the Patent Cable and Sewed Stitch-l)owns, the Patent Riv eted Seam Horse Collar, and 'Wetniore's Combination Welt. All the above goods are made of theHc.it Material and by Experienced Workmen. Morchantr will please send for price lists and sample. A $5.00 SHOE for $:5. 75. H A N I-M A 1 E . Hefniorc' Combination Welt. This shoe is a combination ot the old style Hand-Sewed Welt and the Standard Screw haviu the com fort of the foimer and the durability of the latter making it the BEST SI1 E everollered to the trade. As we are anxious ti imrodiiee thus shoe, a sample pair, Gents Calf (Vmross Gaiters, will be sent to any address ou receipt of the price (.S'i.Tj.) Sneeial Tirioes to M. rehants bv the dozen or case. For sale by the leading mer. har.'s Merchants will please our expense. write to us for pri-.'e i - Send For PRICE LIST CN ' JOB PRINTING. W. B. WILLIAMSON, STEAM POWER PRINTER! When you want FIRST-CLASS JOB WORK send your orders to him. Special discount to Teachers and Merchants on School Books. feb 18 ly PAINTS ! -:- PAINTS ! ! If you are going to paint, buy your -Fainting - REaferials OF ASHCRAFT & OWENS, DRUGGISTS, Winston Marble Works ! OSALEM IN MARBLE &nD GRAIHTE SrbijIAL UbSiUNS & cSTIMATES runNISKEu On AFrLrCAl iUN Opposite Brontm's Warehouse, WINSTON, N. C, Ji.lv li It . floor Manager. Co., Ass't Floor Mana;??--. Leaf Tobacco. to thank our friends for the Da trounce in th behalf in the future. We iruarautee nrices con&l demand for all good, bright Tobaccos during niUMUiN 1. M. W. NORFLEET A CO ! i-j I! ALL LABOil TROUBLES ! of WiustOii-Salem. I'l jase address k 4;., JJaii iSi. jV. v.. t ami samples' if they wish to see them sent at vilciiti.jn this jKijier.) july 22 6m JESoncT For CATALOG SF SCHOOL BOOKS. Stationer, AND T MOHUfilENTS, Hit get it a year.