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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886.
A CURE FOR SLANDER. The -Quickest and Surest Way to Baal Damaged Keputation To Pessimists. -If you're af rid of whatever common report may say of you and fly from it, common report will fly after you; if you take refuge in a hole and therein bury . yourself, it will follow you to that hole. If you keep the disgrace and stain in your reputation always in your mind, the world will always keep the same in its mind. If you drop it out of your mind the world will forget it also. If you keep sending out thought of what some may call your "infamy," the world will keep getting that thought. Because thought is a lire element always going out from 'mind and acting on other minds. I know two or three men in New York ' who have in the past gained anything but what the world calls "clean reputa tions." But they go where they please, hob with the first-class clergy, and nob with the pillars of church and state. "Why? Because they march straight up to society and say in manner, "I demand that you receive me." They conform outwardly to society's usages, wear good clothes and good manners, pay their debts and make themselves necessary and useful. Now, the world, which is disposed to rake up any man or woman's past, will forget that man or woman's past about as fast as that man or woman set to work, forget it themselves, pitch into the current of events and make thomselves another man or woman. We who have been scandalized have in this business been making a great mis take for a long time. "We've thought too much about our own disgrace. We've mouthed it over too much to others. We've remembered it too much. We've talked it to others too much. We've kept the thing alive in our words and thought. We should have killed it by forgetting all about it. We oould have killed it by forgetting it. All the time we have spent in so talking and think ing about it represents just so much of our force put out to hurt ourselves. Thought is force. Think anything and you send that thing elsewhere out in the air. It travels and puts itself in other minds. There is no such secrecy in thought as people have imagined. What you think others feel. Scandal-mongering would die if there was none to listen to it. When you talk to yourself of the scandal attached to your own name you are listening to a scandal. You are helping, then to keep the scandal afloat. Show me a man or woman who will keep on talking about what some one else lias said of them, be the Bame true or false, and I will show you a man or woman who loves to dab ble more or less in scandal or some form of tattle about others. I know this, be cause I found it out in and through my self. I. did once love not exactly to scan dalize my friends out and out, but still to pick little holes in their reputations, on the plea to myself that it meant only the discussion of their natures. It's a a dangerous amusement. I love it now to an extent and wish I didn't. A woman who is always annoyed at what people are saying about her and .running after people who say it and "nailing lies" and liars or the people whom she says are liars, does nothing but resurrect and re resurrect the corpse of the scandal and keep it alive. It is not the world that persecutes her; it is she who persecutes herself and the world. This matter of tongue persecution needs to be put on another basis. We've had the cart be fore the horse. We've been saying that the world was picking at our reputa tions, when more than half the picking has been done by ourselves in keeping the trouble alive and kicking in our own minds. Prentice Mulford in Ban Fran cisco Chronicle. Gifts Bestowed by tbe Rich. Stephen Gerard, whose lump of gold snore than counterbalanced his own weight, left the bulk of his $ 7,500,000 es tate to charities in and around Philadel phia and for other good purposes. The Astors gave to the Astor library $1,000, 000; Johns Hopkins gave $3,000,000 to found a great school; Leland Stanford $10,000,000 for a similar purpose; Ezra Cornell $3,500,000 to Cornell university; Asa Packer $3,000,000 to Lehigh uni versity; J. C. Green $1,500,000 to Prince ton college; James Lick $4,000,000 in the name of benevolence; and James H. Roosevelt spent $1,000,000 in founding Roosevelt hospital, in New York. The Peabody fund, the Sister fund, and Peter Cooper's gifts are well remembered. Chicago Tribune. Mount Vernon During the War. During the war the Federal and Con federate troops were often encamped on Mount Vernon, but there was an unwrit ten law that not a shot should be fired on the place, not a blow be struck, not a prisoner be taken, scarcely an unbroth erly word be spoken. The ground whereon they stood was thought to be holy ground. Often groups of men in blue and gray were seen together under the trees of Mount Vernon, and even civil war lowered its front before the dead presence of that great man who first welded together this mighty nation, Cor. Chicago News. , i. A. Special Treatment for Tin. A new metal, called by the inventor, Abert Assman, of Hallway, N. J., "aa Bayme," is produced by a special treat ment of tin. " It has all the good quali ties of the latter, can be pressed into any shape, orcast into statuary, or used tot plateware of any description. A beauti ful bronze color can be given to the metal, or any shade from bronze to a silver color; and as it does not in the least corrode, it is especially valuable as a silver solder. It melts - at a tempera iui r ' 43. A"Ti .W or 18 degrees less Blunder of a German Critic. In the volume of "Dickensiana" re cently published in London there is a reference to an amusing blunder of a German critic who gravely stated thai "The absurdities of English pronuncia tion are well exhibited in the case of fch word 'Boz,' which is pronounced Dick ens.' " Exchange. Dor" frmw Thk SrntixK, but send $l-5 and cri i" : rear- . , PROF. CHAS. LUDWIG VON SEEGER, Professor of Medicine at the Royal University Knight of the Soy al Austrian Order of the Iron. Crotcn; 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 JI on or, e tc, says: ' LIE BIG CO.'SCOCA BEEF TOXIC should not be confounded with the horde of trashy cure-alls. It t3 in no seoee of the word a pat ent remedy. I am thoroughly conversant with its mode of preparation and know it to be net 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, Quinine, Iron and Cal isaya, which are dissolved in pure genuine Spanish Imperial Crown Sherry,'' Invaluable to all who are Run Dow a. Ner vousness, Dyspeptic. Bilious, Malarious or af flicted with weak kidneys. BEWAKK OF IMITATIONS. . Her Majesty's Faiorite Cosmetic Glycerine Used bv Her Royal Highness the Friness of Wales and the ability. For the Skin, Cona- Slexion. Kraptisas Chapping. BoughneM. 1.0. I druggists. LIEBIG Co.'s Uenuine Syrup of SarsaparlUa U guaranteed as tbe best Sarsaparilla in the market. If. T- Bspsl 38 Xirrs; 8. July tf H. MONTAGUE, (Professional Attorney,; REAL ESTATE BROKER, T7irisTorj, xx. c. WILL SELL LAND ON COMMISSION, COLLECT RENTS, prepare land papers, buy notes, mortgages, judgements, county script and other claims make small Loans on good security and assume the general man agement of estates. NO SALE, NO CHARGES. psr BEST OFREFERENCES jan291y Tar Heel Liniment! 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These investments frequently pay from $500 to $2,000 or more on each $100 invested. Reliable correspondents wanted. Addres3 for circulars, WILLIAM E. RICHARDS, BanEer and Broker, june!7-6m. 38, 40 & 42 Broadway, N. V. ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER ! IS AT WORK AGAIN! BUSY AS EVER! Making everybrtly look happy and hand some in their pictures. He is making all for mer styles, good as ever, and several new ones, Artistic and popular, among which are Showing the effects of direct sunlight on the face and hair ; and "THE ST6TURESQUE PORTRAIT !" which looks as if cut from white marble. Both styles require light drapery, and are brilliant and effective. ' S"ME. HOUGH will remain only until New Years. Remember, "Procrastination," kc. November, 1886. Main Street, Winstox. S. J. MONTAGUE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and Residence Church St., (Between 1st and Second,) WINSTON, N. C. Jan. 17, 1885.-ly DR. A. L. MOCK Offers his Professional Service To the people of Winston-Salem and the sur rounding country. Will be found at his residence, on Liberty Street thJ Nelson building at all times, when not professionally absent. ' , jan.27.6m SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY. THE STATE CHRONICLE Successor to the Farmer fc JHechanin and the Chronicle.) - Under New Management ! Term of Subscription Twelve months, $2 Six months, $1 ; three months, 50. THE STATE CHRONICLE, .7Raleigh, N. C. ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lO Spruce St., New York. Send . lOota. for lOO-Page Pamphlet. A P. PAGE, Roar. N. PAGE, THE PAGE LUMBER COMPANY! (Successors of A. F. PAGE and ROBERT N. & H. A. PAGE.) WANT GOOD PROMT CUSTOMERS to buy FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND feet ef LUM BER every month. Three mills of large capacity of the most improved patterns. Fourteen thousand acres of Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lands. A logging railroad to supply the mills with ogs. Situated immediately on the line of the B. fc A. A-L. Railroad. We claim to have the BEST OUTFIT in North Carolina for making LUMBER. We call the attention of buyers specially to the fact that we can furnish LARGE ORDERS TPROIMCFT'JL.Y and always as CHEAP as the same quality of Jrerfconal attention given to every detail, came attention given orders tor one car loart as is given to orders for one hundred loads. Correspondence solicited. All communications answered cheerfully and promptly. Send schedule of sizes when asking for prices. Address all communications to the PAGE LUMBER COMPANY, Blue's Crossing, oct 28 tf. Moore County, K. C. Advertisers will confer a favor, when writing, by saying Saw ypur advertisement in Thb Wihstox Skmtimkl. Editok. RE YOU GOING TO BUILD ? IF you are, you must manifest Economy by getting: tbe IiOWEST PRICES, and exercise judgment in the se lection of tbe best material. The man who can give you a good, article at less money than competitors is the man who can save money for you, and the man you ought to buyirom. If you want LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS and Building Material generally, send a "bill" of what you want and a rock bottom estimate will be cheerfully given. Address sept 30 tf Chattanooga Saw Works, -MAXTJFACTJKERS OF- CIRCULAR SAWS WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS. We are the only Manufacturers of saws in South. All kindsYf Saw Eepairing and Grinding to order, ana warranted. Writs for Prices zvA Discounts, CHATTANOOGA, TENX. Mention The Sestiskk. jii.it 2S 3m. CIRCULAR SILVER . CROSS CUT r -v A . V V r "N E. C ATKINS & .mn IMPROVED CIRCULAK SAW MILL With Universal Log Beam Rectilinear Simultaneous Set Work and Double Eccentric Friction Feed. ACCURATE! SIMPLE! CHEAP! DURABLE! saw Also Hannfacturera of Staam Engines, Wood Planers, Pulleys m mm " imm SAXE11 IRON WORKS, SALEM, H. G. Winston Marble Works ! DEALERS IN MARBLE ARD GRiilflE MMim, WMMi Tablets, Mantels, Ao. SPECIAL DESIGNS & ESTIMATES FURNISHED OH APPLICATION Opposite Brown's Warehouse, WINSTON. N. C, JttlylMlv - A U fm mmm Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Judge Marbuck's Office. Main St.. Winston, N. C. PRACTICES in all the courts. Special at tention to collection of claims in all porta of the State and prompt remittances made , also to the writing of deeds, mortgages and other legal papers. Bkfikkncm: Col. Geo. N. Folk, Lenoir; Hon Kemp P. Battle, Pres. University N. C-, Hon. W. H. H. Cowles, M. C, Washington. D. D.; Hoii. D. A. Starbuck and H. Montague, Real Estate Broier, Winston. Nov 11-Cm ON YOUR WAY DOWN TOWN .. STOP IN AT ., J. IVI. RICHARD'S Next to Farmers' Warehouse, Old Town St., And order a nice Beef Roast or Steak sent to your house. Also keep Veal, Mutton, Pork, and Sausase. We keep Good Meats and We strive to Please. Give us a Trial. AprH lth-ly. Crab Orchard 4 THE I.IYKR. THE JilliPiS-rsrS. THK BOWSA a posrnrrK cr?.s ri 9 CONSTIPATION, SICK HEADACHE GBi C 41 nxcHAB Sun in seal led packages at and atcu. Ko ea- naiK iw wi i Grab orefcar water so., freprs. IS. N. IONES. afaaaEer.XouisTilla, Ky. 31 s-i-S S 3ls-s 3 i I f " CI. 3 c. ., I W Juntos R. PAGE. Lumber can be bought elsewhere. I J. W. GRAY THOM A SVILLE, N. C. J ST Y" iWtiM fttj J the GUARANTEED to be the FINEST sad most DUB&SLS MADE. Write to us for P kicks and Catalogues. M.Btion this Paper. CO., Indianapolis, Ind. MANUFACTURED BV , H. A. PAGE, l STEEL SATEM IRON WORKS Salem, N. C. U. S. A. vT'a &t ?2&&- tf-'n-i-- Descriptive Circu- cc. 1 i rr lars and Pnc FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP - NEX7 TO PFOBL & STOCKTON. WINSTON. C. "VfEAT mi'! clean work guaranteed t regnlar ATI pnnes. nils at home "olicuea. Cornr and Tbird Rts., Winston. :EALKK IN HARDWA CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. 0-1 Urn JJp pi M. yr. NORFLEET. JA3. S. SGALE8 H, J. Chute, Auctioneer. W. A. Webster, of Hockinpbnm Co., Floor Manager. J. M. .JESSUP, of Stokes Co., Ass't Floor Manager. Piedmont TRTare house, "WTINrS TO 1ST, 3ST. o., For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco- IN eaiMaiBt; a new Tabaee year, w desire te thank omr friends for the patronage in the past. We promise renewod fferts la their bekalf In the future. We guarantee prices equal to any hoaee in Winston. There wilt he an active demand tor all good, bright Tebaceos durina the Fall trade. Don't forirot tbe pUea and name F1KSMONT. 8 Nov. 1. 1888 tf M. W. NORFLEET CO. PIEDMONT VJAGON COWPAMY, -HAS SETTLED THE- Labor and Capital Conflict ! PRACTICAL DEFLNIT10M OF ALL LABOil TROUBLES ! 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 thar the PIEDMONT . Dynamite An explosive used to get rid of any man who don't know how to make a good wagon. Cc!mmunism 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 and'ot left. Piedmont The name of the higgest Railroad system and the beat wagon in the SouMi. For Terms, &c, apply to T. H. PEGRAM, Jr., Agent, WINSTON, N. C. ap 22 tf W. H. WETMORE & CO., ' Manufacturers of The Celebrated Eivsted Scam Shoe, Wetmcre's Patent Cable shank stitch .own 3AND RIVITED SEAM KIP HORSE COLLARS, SOMETHING NEW. Vie own the exclusive Patent Rights to manufacture the following coutls in North Carolina. The Celebrated Rivited Seam Shoes, the Patent Cable and Sewed Stitch-Downs, the Patent Riv eted Seam Horse Collar, and Wetmore's Combination "Welt. AH the above goods are made of the Best Material and by Experienced Workmen. Morchautr will please send for price lista and sample. A $5.00 SHOE for $3.75. HAND-MADE. Wetmore's Combination Welt. This shoe is a combination ot the old style Hand-Sewed Welt, and the Standard Screw having the com lortoftbe foimer and the durability of the latter making it tbe BEST SHOE ever offered to the trade. As we are anxious to introduce this shoe, a sample pair, Gents Calf Congress Gaiters, will be sent to any address on receipt of the price ($:?.75.) Special prices to Merchants by the dozen or case. For sale by the leading merchants of Winston-Salem. Please address W. II. WETMORE & CO., Staleigh. X. C Merchants will please write to U3 for price list and samples if they wish to see them sent at our expense. Soncl For PRICE LIST 01! JOB PRINTING. mi .UJUUUUUliEffl - im I n ..... J3 I1HKAKT M M W. B. WILLIAMSON, STEAM POWER PRINTER! When you want FIRST-CLASS JOB WORK send your orders to him. 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The largest percentage ot increase in Surplus 64.99 per cent Vm, E. Stevens, Secretary. Sheppard Homans, Prcddcnu General Agent for North Carolina. aug. 26. 1886 tf mention mis paper.; juiy em Sonci For ll CATALOGUE 0? 'm nnnnni nnnti t AND J. C. BUXTON', Resident Agent, - Win,!, X. C