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THE MILITAEY FAIR.
A WARM INTEREST IN THE OCCASION FORMULATING. Handsome and Valuable Premiums to be Vited to Popular People Unique and .Attractive Features. The approaching Military Fair of the Torsyth Riflemen of this city, is upon the Hips of every one. Our people are getting thoroughly warmed up to a fitting apprecia ition for the objects of the enterprise ni for ithe enterprise itself. Donations from out of town friends of the company pour in daily, and aow number upward of one hun dred, and average in value nearly ten dol lars each. The Managing Committee, com posed of Capt. W. T. Gray, Adjutant E. A. Oldham, Lieutenant J. C Bessant, Private W. B. Williamson and O.S., B. Wurreschke ield a meeting Tuesday night to perfect .arrangements for a number of interesting .features of the entertainment. A baby show will be one of the attrac ltions, and a handsome carriage will be given rto the finest youngster, under eighteen months of age. Parents intending to enter babes for.the prize, can get full particulars .-from any - of the above committee. A handsome crayon portrait, life-sized, lias been kindly donated by Mr. Hough, to fbe voted to the Most popular lady in the community. A beautiful doll's carriage is to be voted to the most popular little girl under the age of twelve. A suitable present is also to be voted to 4he most popular little boy under the same A .valuable diamond pin is to be voted to rthe most popular man. A hard wood billy and a nice belt is to be voted to the most popular member of the Police force, And a nice Eiremtm'-s badge is 4o be vot .ed to the most popular member of the Twin City's fire department. These voting attractions have already created a warm interest for the Fair among our people, and a number of candi dates for every honor has already been mentioned and.every thing bespeaks a lively .and interesting occasion. Another unique feature is a "Guessing Contest." A glass jar full of beans will be exhibited and for only a nickle, everyone will have a chance to guess the 'exact num ber of beans therein, and the individual -coming nearest to the actual number will be awarded a handsome prize not yet de cided on. Every one can rely upon finding countless good things to tempt the appetite and coax stray coins out of the visitor's pocket. A SAD DEATH. A. TT onng Man With Fever Eludes His Watchers and takes a Midnight Walk. Mr. J. G. Fulton, who for several days lay very ill with fever, in this city, apd who died en Sunday evening last, imet his death in a strange and sad manner. On one of the coldest nights last week, Mr. Fulton had a high fever and was out of his mind, and two gentlemen were sitting up with him. Turingthe night the watshers fell asleep when Fulton arose from his bed, went out into the street thinly clad, and made his way down through Salem, reaching the Belo House before he was missed. The night was a bitter cold one and the expos ure caused Mr. Fulton to take a relapse from which he died. He was a member of the Knights of Labor, .and a large number of the order turned out Monday morning and bore his remains to the suburbs of the city where he was taken in charge by his friends and carried to Antioch for burial. TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. At a special meeting of Local Assembly 6485, Knights of Labor, held in Winston, Nov. 15th, a committee was appointed to .draft the following resolutions of respect for their highly esteemed brother, VV. G. Ful ton, who departed this life 2ov. 14th, '86 : Whbbkar, It hath pleased Almighty God in His Allwise Providence to remove from us, by death, our beloved brother, therefore be it Eksolvbd, That whilst we bow with humble submission to the will of an Allwise Creator, we deeply mourn the loss that we have sus tained. Resolved, That we are hopeful that our ir reparable lose is his eternal gain. Resolved, That we sincere sympathise with the grief-stricken family and friends of our de ceased brother. Kksolvf-d, That Tub Weekly Skntinkl be requ ested to publish these resolutions and that . -i i . i i i : i . e - a -copy oe lurnisneo. tue uereaveu. wiuow the deceased. J. T. Blackwood of J. Li. Bbabd, ) Ii. N.-Kjuth. j V" Toung Man's Association. After services in the Presbyterian Church last Sunday night, according to appoint nient, a number of young men remained for the purpose f forming an Association ibr Christian Work. Rev. Dr. Johnston ex plained the object of the meeting, and after remarks by him and Dr. Wiley a constitu tion was adopted, and the objects of the As .soeiation declared to be : 1st, The spiritual improvement of the members ; 2nd. To pro mote the religious welfare of youthful stran gers in our midst; Srd, To aid in the be nevolent work of the church on such plans and by. such means as the Association from time. to time may determine. Sixteen young men joined the Associa tion, and Capt. D. -P. Mast was elected Pres ident, Thomas A. Wilson, Vice-President, .and Henry Roan Secretary. A committee 'was appointed to prepare by-laws, and the Association adjourned 'to meet at the house f JJr. Wiley to-night, lhursday. A Small Sized JEarthqmake. An accident occurred at Brown's tobacco factory Saturday night which might have resulted in serious injury to the building had it not been strongly built. The mis- chief was not discovered until late Sunday evening when it was found that the large -store room where the manufactured weed is kept ready for shipment, was piled up to its fullest capacity :tnil the strain was necessari ly severe. The floor was supported by a tout pillar, though not stout. enough-to bear the immense weight .above. Tire pillar .gave way and the ceiling -sunk about four feet but did not break through. The to bacco boxes were precipitated and thrown dnto a confused pile,, but no material loss was sustained. , . A Sew Car Coupling. Among the patents granted by the Patent Omce .last week was one to our fellow- townsman. John' VS'. Hnrrell, for an im provement in car-coupling, numbered 352,- .240 and bearing date. rov.. yth, 'So. Mr, Harrell s invention is a valuable uui in its line, aud we trust he may have unbounded -success wish it. We are glad to tee the -Spirit of enterprise thus luamlesteu here, And hope the time will soon come when our patent aud 'manufacturing interests will tie .a source of Hill more-revenue to our citizens. THE TWIN-CUT REFORM CLUB. Tbey Hold Two Interesting Meetings in Brown's Hall. The Temperance Reform Club held their first meeting in Brown's Hall Saturday night last with the President, Maj. Samuel H. Smith in the chair. The meeting was largely attended and its members very en thusiastic in the temperance work. The constitution and by-laws were read and de liberated upon. Another meeting was held at the above place which was likewise large ly attended and business of special impor tance and interest transacted. Among oth er committees ne was appointed as mission aries to look np men of all classes and encourage them to come in and unite them selves with the temperance work. New members are being received at each meet ing and the organization is becoming a strong one. Tuesday night has been chosen as the regular time of meeting. The Club propos es to rent a hall within the next few days and furnish it up nicely, keeping it open at all times, being a cosy place for its members to drop in at and pass a pleasant hour read ing books and periodicals, and in conversa tion. The cause of temperance is worthy of every encouragement and certainly, no dis couragement, from every one who has the right heart. NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Personals and Other News Items Told In Short Paragraphs Protect your young fruit trees from the chilling frost by placing hay or straw at thier roots. Dr. J. W. Griffith of Greensboro was ia the city Wednesday prospecting for the es tablishment of a Dental Office in Winston. Mr. Robt. Crawford went on a three days turkey hunt last week down in the neighborhood of Greensboro and returned Monday, having bagged eight of them. Dr. A. II. Nelson, of Raleigh, will as sist pastor H. A. Brown in a series of reviv al meetings at the .Baptist Church, begin ning next Tuesday night, the 23rd inst. The meeting of the.X. C.Midland Railroad Wednesday accomplished nothing. A quorum was not present. Another meet ing has been appointed to be held in Ral eigh, Dec. llth. Do you wish to reach the substantial. buying classes of Winston-Salem and county then The Sentinel, offers unsurpassed in ducements. Our paper is read by nearly every family in the Twin City. Our Surry county readers who are in arrears, are informed that Mr. W. T. Dor sett will represent The Sentinel at Dobson court and will be pleased to meet them and receipt for back accounts or renewals. The Danbury Reporter says that Moore's Knob, in Stokes county, on the North side of the Saura Mountain was named ia honor of Wm. Moore, and on the opposite (South) side it is known as Cook's Wall. Good oak wood is retailing in Wil mington at $2.50 per cord, and less in quan tities. This is a big drop in prices for that city. A wood yard is one of Winston's ne cessities, and would be a profitable invest ment if managed properly. We call the attention of patrons who prefer to advertise in reading notices, to the column headed " Business Notes," in which department we shall be pleased to insert their lavors at prices, moderate enough. compared to the number of local readers we guarantee. Many of our tobacco manufacturers are now running ttieir lactones until a late hour at night that they may catch up with orders and be ready to close operations be fore cold weather. Some of them, we are told, will work the weed almost during the entire winter. - Two men from the country, giving the names of Tavlor and Wilson had a dispute in front of Hynshaw & Bydum's store Sat urday evening, in which Wilson became enraged and drew a pistol and fired at Tay lor. Ihe oall passed harmlessly over Tay lor's head doing no damage. - Let us not forget that next Thursday, the 25th, is Thanksgiving Day. It is a day set apart by the President to be observed by Prayer and Ihanksgivmg for the many blessings during the past year, .through the goodness ot mm, who reigneth and governs all things. Let the day be duly observed. The Knoxville Furniture Co.. have offered a $25 oil painting to the person who shall hand them the largest number of words to be formed from the letters in the words, "Knoxville Furniture Co." - The same letters must not be used twice in a word unless it occurs twice in the original copy. The schedule on the Salem Branch Road has undergone several changes in time of arrival and departure. The morn ing train'now leaves here at 2:30, returning at ll:z a. ra., and leaving in the evening at 6:40, returning at 11:20 p. m. The Sun day train now goes down in the evening in stead of morning, as heretofore. . Mr. G. C. Bine was elected delegate on last Sunday to represent the church at this place at the Annual Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church, which con venes at Enfield, embracing the 1st Sunday in December next. President T. J. Ogburn will hold the 4th Quarterly Conference for the cnureh here Saturday. He is expected aiso to preacn on Sunday. Four or five new dwelling houses are now in course of erection on Fourth and lfth Streets in East Winston. This nor Hon of our city is beautifully situated and building lots are becoming very desirable and greatly sought after. 7 he location is high and from which a handsome view of our last growing city may be taken. ' Other parts of Winston would do well to look to their laurels. - ' Last Sunday marked tire 120tb year of ine existence ot the Moravian- Church and community of -Salem. , The morning service was She occasion of the baptising exercises and communion and confirmation of mem bers were conducted at night. Fifty-eight were con6rmed. At the morning service ut. noEiinaier preacneu an excellent ser mon ad the niuaio rendered was of the iughest order. '.-... ..Mrs. " Mary P. Moon, the celebrated lady vaigelisl, who is well known all over the State, js assisting Pastor Kennet! in i series of meetings at the M. P Church Prayer 2oting serviiies are held at 2 o cluck in tne evening and preaching: at 7 at night.; From the- interest already being manifested the meeting bids fair to be a great blesim; to maov souls. The church is filled each 'night and a large number are turuea away iron the worship for want ot teats wiuiin. GKEENSBOKO BUDGET. THE CREAM OF THE WEEK'S NEWS FROM THE CITY OF FLOWERS. Collapse of the Temperance Folks The Matrimonial Campaign Greens b oro's Fire Department Railroads. Special Corresponded of the Sentinel. Gkeensboro, Nov. 17. Our fire depart ment is being put on very effective footing. I The new steamer is to arrive about Dec. 1st. The company now has 32 members on the roll and is to have 42, full, complement. The engine is from the La France Co., Elmira, i N. Y. capacity, 500 gallons per minute and to throw four streams when necessary. A new uniform has been ordered for the company to arrive on the 22nd inst. A cis tern of 35,000 gallons capacity has been built and filled located near the Market House. Another soon to be begun, located near the McAdoo House. RAILROAD. If anybody wants to go any where, Greens boro is the place to come for a start. Six railroad lines radiate from here, upon which sixteen daily passenger train ar rive and depart. Added to these we have about thirteen freight trains daily in all directions. Cash receipts per month from passenger and freight channels average $25,000. TAR HEEL LINIMENT Seems to be taking a place among the ephemeral marvels of the day. Houstan & Bros, one of the largest grocery firms here are now closing out their business. Their progress has been a feature of oar commu nity for 15 or 20 years. The managing ?artnr, W. M. Emanon, will manufacture ar Heel Liniment, a panacea for all ills human or brute, real, possible or imaginary. They claim to have the unapproachable juice on sale with 300 dealers scattered through the State. THE TEMPERANCE FOLKS. English & Maybe were here on time and had one meeting. They seemed to make a good beginning, but there was a domes tic trouble of some kind in the camp. The next night they came up missing. Rumor has it there was a feud. At any rate, when last heard from they were speeding away Northward. LITTLE TOM TATE, who got a good appointment in a land office in Idaho several months ago, is suffi ciently amused and is back at home. Tom couldn't stand the limited degree of civil ization out there and the weather and the solitude even at $75 per month, ABOUT TOWN. The new Methodist (Centenary) Church in South Greensboro will be occupied for worship for the first time next Sunday. Miss Bessie Yates, the charming little singer of the Presbvteri-in choir, was mar ried on the morning of the llth inst., to Mr. uorsay ilagan, ot this place, ana tliey are now on on the regulation tour. The spire of the new Baptist Church is being rapidly completed. It is something unique and rather quaint for this part of the world. The roof of building is to be covered with slate and part of the tiling has arrived. Inside wood work for Federal Building all of white pine, carved and ready to be fitted up, in several car loads, has arrived and been transferred to the building. Also two car loads of granite slabs for street front paving of same building. In all probability, the exit of another most charming young lady of this place, from the state the state of single bless edness will be chronicled in a very few days. She has not the usual "far away" expression of eyes, but evidently has her wits well in hand. If her plans do not Mix Carrie (Caldwell) by the time another budget reaches you, the very biggest dream of her life will be a stunning reality. The very same kind of lightning is tx pee ted to strike two or three other places about the time the Thanksgiving turkey is sacri ficed. IZ W.A. DURHAM FLASHES. Big Fire Iestroys $300,000 Worth of Property A Business Change. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel. Durham. Nov. 15: The town was arous ed this morning at 3 o'clock by the cry of fire, to look upon the destruction of the handsomest business block in town, includ ing the Parish Warehouse, one of the larg est warehouses for the sale of leaf tobacco in the South, The Bank of Durham, the Post Othce, the Tabacco Jfl&nt othce, and thirteen of the leading business houses of the city. The fire is supposed to have originated in the rear of R. H. Atwaters store where two men were at work till a late hour, leaving a fire in the stcve. The Methodist Female Seminary and Trinity Church narrowly esl caped destruction, the former caught severa times, and the latter was only saved by a timely change of the wind. One million pounds of tobacco were destroyed and the total loss is estimated at $'500,000. THE PRIDE OF DURHAM. Last week Z. I. Lyon S: Co., sold their factor-, and brand of toba!co, the " Pride of Durham," to L. J. Parrisli. This sale re calls the earlier history of Durham, the incidents of which will doubtless be of inter est to the many readers of The Sentinel in this and orher sections of the State. In 1865, J. Ed. Lyon, son of Z. I.Lyon, return ed from the war and began business a Su perintendent of the Bu'l lobacco, owned by J. R. Green. He worked there eighteen months, and then established the Pride of Durham" under the firm name ef J. Ed. Lyon & Co. This fi rm began operations in 1867, in a wooden building 20x20 feet and was situated one and a half mile from Dur ham. They first manufactured their tobacco by beating it up with sticks, and sifted it by hand through a sieve. In 1868, J. Ed. Lyon bold his laterest in the "Pride of Durham, to his brother, and bought an interest in the " Bull Brand " from J. R. Green. The bull at that time, by the way, was very small. Ii1869 J. EJ. Lyon sold out lm interest to J. R. Green, and bought out his brother in the "Pride of Durham." This hrm was then formed, by J. W. Cheek and F. C. Geer entering under firnvnameof 'L. I. Lyon & Co. Ir 1873, F. C. Geer withdrew, and in 1875. J. W. Cheek died. Ihe hrm was then composed of Z. I. Lyon and J. Ed Lyon, and it remained so nntil purchased by E. J. Parrish last week. In 1871, the " Pride of Durham " obtained such a trade that it moved from its country house to s city factory. This factory was burned, Jan 8, 1885, but was rrlacd in th? fall of tlW same year bv a mauilicunt b.-ick building. The standard of this brand of tobacco has always been strictly maintained, and though the sales have not amounted to as much as norne other brands in town, it has built up considerable wealth and a world-wide noto riety, being now valued at $50,000. The Messrs. Lyon will Ions be remembered in the tobacco world as men to be relied on, and a sack of their tobacco was the same to-day,-to-morrew, forever. They, in truths manu factured the "Prideof Durham." . - -. kotbs," r Prof. C. L. Wilson has been employed bY the Baptist congregation, for one year, as Musical director. Z During the past Conferen- year the Methodist congregation of Durham bought a parsonage and built two churches, at a cost of some $12,000. Of this amount nearly half had been paid, leaving a debt of $6,200. Last Sunday the Methodist congregation met in Trinity church and after the sermon the $6,200 was raised; and to-day, Metho distism in Durham owes not a dollar. Last week two memorial windows were put in Trinity M- E. Church, at a cost of $250 each. One by the congregation in memory of Kev. B. C. Phillips, and the other by the sons and daughters of Col. D. O. Parrish, in memory of their father. T. E. W. OFFICIAL FIGURES. The Result of the Election in orsyth . County. For the Senate : Buxton, Dem.. received 1944, Matthews, Rep., 2069. Hot the House: fries, Dem., 2091, Line back, Rep., 2069. Sheriff: Boyer, Dem., 2157, Teague, Rep 2068. Clerk : Linville, Dem., 1810, Hauser, Rep. 2377. Register : Mast, Dem., 2195, Stanton, Rep. 2022. Treasurer: Cox, Dem., 2091, Linville, Rep., 2089. Coroner: Dix, Dem., 1945, Fogle, Rep., 2163. Surveyor : Morris, Dem., 2026, Jones, Rep., 2108. For Congress: Brower, Rep., received 2024 votes, Reiu. Dem., 1821. W instead Prohibitionist, 40, Winston, Independent, 79 . For Solicitor : Glenn, Dem., 1973, Settle Rep. 2094. BUSINESS NOTES. Three hues reading; notices under this head inserted once for a quarter cash. Positively cash with copy. We cannot charge an ad of this size. Those that stand in need of Hardware "will find at Allen's corner a large stock. Rheumatism, neuralgia and catarrh, caused by impoverished blood, are cured by Aver's Sarsaparilla. The wives of all husbands can find what tbey need in crockery or glass ware at S. E. Allen's cor. Main and 3rd sts., Winston, N. C. These shivering times can be made pleasant by making our homes warm aud comfortable : at Allen's, corner Main and 3rd sts., can be found a fine line of heating, and cook stoves, and grates. Sov. 18 9- Saved His Life. JUr. li.l. Vilcoxon.of Horse Cave, ivy., says lie was. lor many years, tadly aillieteu with l'hthsic, also llialietes ; the pains were almost unendurable aim wouiu sometimes almost tnrow him into convulsions. He tried Klectric Hitters and not relief from first bottle aud alter takine six bottles, was entirely cured and had gained in nesn eignteen pounds, ?-ays he positively lieheves he would have died, had it not becu for the relief afforded by Klectric Bitters. Sold at nttycents a bottle by V . O. Thompsons. Winston Tobacco Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY. The offerings continue small and mostly of the common sorts.. Prices remain fair for all bright goods, while the common, medium and sorry kinds are selling low. We quote for new stock. Lugs, Common - - -Medium, " Good. " " Fine, i.eaf. Common, ' " Medium. " " iiood Cutters Good " Fine Wrappers, Common, " Good, Fine, - 1.50 2.50 3.50 Ot 5.00 6.50 0.00 11.00 0 15.00 2.50 (0 4.00 8.00 9 8.00 ! 9.00 (q 12.00 16.00 05 22.50 2..U0(I) ao.ou 18.00 22.50 2".00fai 35.00 none offered. PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected by Hinshaw & Bynum, Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Bcyin-q Pricks. Red wheat, White " 75 85 90 00 a 1 ats, 40 Corn, new... Corn, old Beans, colored . 7s Beans, white 1 08 50 60 00 25 Extra Flour, per sack Family " " " 25 50 Bacon, oountry, shoulders 3 a 9 cts - sides " hams 9 a 10 cts 11 a 13 cts Pork, 6 a 7 cts. Lard 8 cts. Butter Honey, 15 a 8 a 20 cts. 10 cte. Beeswax- 18 eta. 4 cts. & cts. Tallow, Green Hides, Dry Hides, Eggs, Chickens, : 10 ct 11 a 13 cts. 12 a 20 cts. Irish Potatoes, 50 a Rags, Peas, Hay, perewt 40 a 60 cts, 4 cts. 50 cts, 60 cts. DRIED FRUIT MARKET Bark, unclean, mixed, not thoroughly dried And damn froits will be unsaleable at anv nrice. .Nothing but the better grades, clean, well dried and pertectly dry fruits will be marketable. Blackberries, 7 Cherries, S Raspberries, Whortleberries, .". Damson Plums, Apples, dark quartered, 1 tol Apples, sliced, bright, 1 to 1J Apples, sliced, fancy, 2 to 2 Apples, sliced, white, 3 Peaches, quarter unpceled, 1 J to 2 Peaches, small halyes,unpeeled 2 to 21 .reaches, bright peeled, 5 to a Peaches, fancy peeled...... 7 to 7 Peaches, extra fancy peeled 8 to 8 In this city, Nov. 9th, Mrs. aged about 24 years. Jennie Ilanea, HARKID, At the Baptist church, in Farmington, Davie county, N. C, on Sunday, November 14th, Rev. J. W. Hopkins to Miss Annie Charles. The ceremony was performed by Rev Frank Tuttle, ol Salisbury, NEW BUTCHER SHOP. "n or about Of 5tU the imdorsign will open Ja, new butcl.cr kIio. .:. Third street near Ijibertv. in the old Winston Hotel. I propose to keep a full supply at all times of fresh meats, including choice beef, sausage, pork and mutton, also eggs, I will give'my personal attention to all or ders and see that same are carefully attended to. Meats delivered promptly free of charge. I respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. Oct.7 it. . A. MUftfill. ADVERTISERS or others,who wish to ex&mln this paper, or obtain- estimates on advertising tpaes when in Chicago, will find it on file at 45 to 49 Randolph St.. MRM OTUMttO the Advertising Agency of I LUnU Gi I KUIiiMJs Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Will cure a Cold more thoroughly and speedily than any other preparation la use. This medicine is especially beneficial in all affections of the Throat and Lungs, and affords effectual relief even In the advanced stages of Consumption.. Thousands of cases of Pulmonary diseases, which have baffled every other expedient of human skill, have been completely cured by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. For fifteen years I was afflicted with Lung troubles. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral relieved the distressing symptoms of this disease, and entirely cured me. It is the most effective medicine I have ever used. C. M. Fay, Prof, of Anatomy, Cleveland, Ohio. While In the army I contracted a severe Cold, which settled on mv Lungs, result ing in exhausting fits of Coughing, Night Sweats, and such loss of flesh and strength that, to all appearance, Consumption had laid its " death grip" upon me. My com rades gave me up to die. I commenced taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and it CURED ME. In the twenty years that have since elapsed, I have had no trouble with my Lungs. B. B. Bissell, Editor and Pub lisher Republican, Albion, Mich. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of Bronchitis, after friends and physi cians (so severe was the attack) had almost despaired of her life. She is now in per fect health. E. Felter, Newtown, O. When about 23 years of age, a severe Cold affected my lungs. I had a terrible I consulted several physicians, but re ceived no help until I commenced using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I continued to take this medicine, and am satisfied it saved my life. C. G. Van Alstyne, P. M., norm cnatpam, n. l . Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mass. Sold by Druggists. Price $1 ; six bottles, $5- "TWIN CLOTHING HOUSE! OUR MOTTO :BSss Low Prices for High Grade Goods. TELL AND EVERYBODY TELLS Every Article Guaranteed AS REPRESENTED ! ORDERS PROMPTLY J. HOFFLIM Gray Block, next to Gold Boot. Winston, November llth, 1886. NORTH CAROLINA rUiuv TO LIBERTY STREET. Where we may be found CARPETS, CURTAINS AND FURNITURE! Which we buy direct from the Manufacturers for Cash, at bottom Iricfs;, and will sell you CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! Thanking you for so large a share of patronage and trusting we have iner ited your confidence we hope you may find us in our more central location. augHlf Liberty St., WIBTTSOlsr, N. C. Last year I suffered ereatlv from a Cold. which had settled on my Lungs. My physician could do nothing for me, and my friends believed me to be in Consump tion. As a last resort, I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It gave immediate ro- nei, ana nnaiiy cured me. l nave not the least doubt that this medicine SAVED MY LIFE. I am now ruddy, healthy, and strong. James M. Anderson, Waco, Texas. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me of Throat and Lung troubles, after I had been seriously afflicted for three years. The Pectoral healed the soreness of the Lungs, cured the Cough, and restored my general health. Ralph Felt, Grafton, O. Twenty years ago I was troubled with a disease of the Lungs. Doctors afforded no relief, and said that I could not lire many months. I commenced using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I had finished one bottle, found it was helping me. I continued to take this medicine nntil a cured was effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life. Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. - CITY.'" - PEICES 1 BY MAIL ATTENDED TO! & CO., Prop s FRONT OF FARMER'S W. H, with a New Clean Stock of mm