Newspaper Page Text
THiTWEEEXY SENTINEL.: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886.
o J 5 I jf BEST REMEDY KNOWN FOK. CATARRH, QAT) T? THROAT, oU-ti-Ci MOUTH, Etc., in all Forms and Stages. PURELY VEGETABLE. ENTIRELY HARMLESS. JKEQTJIRES NO INSTRUMENT. IT CURES WHERE OTHERS FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF. " AtB. Ol. ec. IS, 1865. Gentlemen: hare had catarrh in a very severe form three years. During this tine my stomach was greatly deranged : my sight, taste hearing and smell were much impaired the latter three al most destroyed. About a months ago Judge Cobb gave ma a bottle of Certain Catarrh Cure. This f have used carelessly and irregnlaaly but with most gratifying results. The above troubles have entirely disappeared, my general condition is much improved, and so great has been the change, I feel like a different person entirely. Yours, etc., Lrcr Rccebk. What Lucy Rueker (col. isays above, I believe is true. The effect of the medicine upon her was prompt and remarkably efficacious. All the suffering seems relieved and she ells me this one bottle did it. rS'gned.J Howm Cobb, Judge City Court, Athens, Ga, X have examined the recommendations and Certain Catarrh Cure and being personally ae quainted with the parties by whom they were given, feel no hesitancy in saying, they are en titled to the utmost confidence of the public. The 3 C. CO. is entirely reliableand honorable in All dealings. r Signed. R. K. Reaves, Mayor of Athens. Only a few of our many certificates are given here. . . . Others can be obtained from your druggists, orby addressing 3 C. Co., Athens, 6a. Sold in Wisstok, bv SMITH & BROWN. Dr. V. O. THOMPSON, may 6 ly ASHCRAFT & OWEK3. HOLSTEIN'S ! 50 HEAD FOR SALE; also A SMALL HERD OF DEVONS AT A BARGAIN. 100 Thoroughbred Rams FOM .$10 UP TO $25 EACH. DUROC-JERSEY. BERKSHIRE. ESSEX -AXD- Small Yorkshire Pigs. POULTRY OF ALL KINDS ! Send for Catalogue to T. IlVELOOLn & CO.. Set)t U. lv Gokdossi 11.LE. Va F" O XT TZT5 HORSE AND CATTLE PC rVDERS FOUTZ So Hoiisk u lli die of Colic. IWs or Hjks Fx--vek. If Foutz's 1'owdere are nsed lp time. Foiitz's lJowlcrs will cnre nl prJ ent Hog Cbolbba. Foniz'a Powders will preven'. jxrKs is Fowl Footz's Powders will tnereasf i.ie qnsntity of millt and cream twenty per cent, nnc .nake Uie batter firm Footz's Powders will cnre or prevent almost bvkbT Diseask to which Morses ana came are buujcci- FODTZ'S P0WHKB8 WILL GIVE SATISFACTION. Sold everywhere. DAVID E. FOUTZ. Proprietor, BALTIMORE. MD. For Pure Drugs, G0 TO ASHCRAFT & OWENS. . For Patent Medicines, Go to ASHCRAFT & OWENS. . For Trusses and Braces, - .Goto ASHCRAFT fc O WENS. For Paints and Oils, Goto ASHCRAFT & OWENS. IFot Tanners & Machine Oils, Go to ASHCRAFT & 0 WENS. For Toilet Articles, Go to ASHCRAFT $ OWENS. For Diamond Dyes and Dyestuffs. Go to ASPCRAFT & OWENS. For Tobacco and Cigars, Goto ASHCRAFT & OWENS. ' ..For everything kept in a First-class JDrvg Store yo to . ASHCRAFT & OWENS, Thikd St., - - WINSTON, N. C ' TOEM OLD STAND 1CCUP1E3 AGAIN ! rnHIKTT-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE in J. all kinds of Reiiairag and Horse ShoeiBi!" 1 . : Dray building a specialty. at NELSOK, late of Liddkll A Cci., Charlotte, N. C. Winston, Aujr. 2B, 18S6. . ly. phlla.sin(jErS2U M I 11 A IB' TKIAIi. I Z A. Fall 8e Attaetiments. 3 WARRASTED Tears. Seaa for Circular. aj. A. VVUWI K ;., .7 sr. losb SS PbDbto. Par Onr TTew TVok. tn.-.t r,rt. entitled, "DKEss kKFO(. VOR LAUIKS, mr TalbanrdUr f lk tataa vt Tlgkt Laeias, a wmi Dim aes apoa h lataariHavmta ae rttum." Illnstratd. SentFREKftn Lach9 onlr on receipt of A cents In atemvsto pay . nmavra. SOHIEI.S 4 CO 330 Kroadwny. Hart Yor4 r " " a-"-" '' - liV - ' i" f rtl ' -a.tn a; y-....v ",fFWT'i! u mi u FALL TER North Carolina Superior Courts 1886. First District Judge Shipp. Currituck, September 6, 1 week. Camden, September 13. 1 week. Pasquotank, September 20, 1 week. Perquimans, September 27, 1 week. Chowan, October 4, 1 week. Gates, October 11, 1 week. Hertford. October 20, 1 week. Hertford, December 20, 1 week. Washington, October 'ZD, 1 week. 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. Second District Judge Gudger. Warrea, 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, September 0, 2 weeks. Martin, December 9, 2 weeks. Pitt, September 20, 2 weeks. Greene, October 4, 2 weeks. Vance, October 18, 2 weeks. Wilson, November 1, 2 weeks. Nash, November 22, 2 weeks. Fourth District Judge Phillips. WakeJ, July 12, 2 weeks. Wake, August 30, 2 weeks. Wakef, September 27, 2 weeks. Wake, October 2d, 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. Fifth District Judge Connor. Orange, August 9, 1 week. Orange, JSovember 8, 1 weeK. Caswell, August 16, 1 week. Caswell, November 15, 1 week. Person, August 23, 1 w,eek. Person, November 22, 1 week. Guilford, August 30, 2 weeks. Guilford, December 1.5, 2 weens. Granville, September 13, 2 weeks. Granville, November 26, 2 weeks. Alan;ance, beptemner Zt, 1 weeK. Chatham, October 4, 2 weeks. Durham, October 18, 2 weeks. Sixth Disirict Judge Clark. Joues, August 16, 1 week. Jones, November 1, 1 wek. 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. Cumberland, July 26, 1 week. Cumberland-)-, November 8, 1 week. Cumberland, November 15, 2 weeks. Columbus, August 2, 1 week. Moore, August 16, 2 weeks. Moore, December 6, 2 weeks. Robeson, August 30, 2 weeks. Robeson, October 11, 2 weeks. .dnsonf, September 13, 1 week, .finson, November 29, 1 week. Brunswick, September 20, 1 week. Richmond, September 27, 2 weeks. Richmond, December 20, 1 week. Bladea, October-25, 2 weeks. Eighth District Judge Boykin. Iredell, August 9, 2 week. Iredell, November 8, 2 weeks. Rowan, August 24, 2 weeks. ,: Rowan, November 22, 2 weeks. Davidson, September 6, 2 weeks. Davidson, December 6, 1 week. Randolph, September 20, 2 weeks. Montgomery, October 4, 2 weeks " Stanly, October 18, 2 weens. Cabar.-us'l, November 1, 1 week. Ninth District Judge JUCMae. Rockingham, July, 29, 2 weeks. Rockingham, November 8, 1 week. Stokes, August 9, 2 weeks. Stokes, JVbvember 15, 1 week. SurryAugust 23, 2 weeks. tfurry, jvovember 22 f 1 weeks. . .dllegnaney September 6, 1 week. : "Wilkes, September 13, 2 week3. ' Yadkin, September 27, 2 weeks. . 1 . Davie, Octooer 11,2 weeks. Forsyth, Ociober 25, 2 weeks. Tenth Disirict Judge Montgomery. Henderson, July 19, 3 weeks. Burke, August 9, 2 waek3- ' 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 weeks. McDowell, October 11,2 week3 Eleventh District Judge Graves. Alexander, July 26, 1 week. Catawba, August 2, 1 week. Cleveland, August 9, 2 weeks. Cleveland. October 25, 1 week. Mecklenburg, August 30, 3 weeks. Unionf. September 20, 2 weeks. Lincoln, October 4, 1 week. Gaston, October, 11. 2 weeks. Rutherford, .November 1, 2 weeks. Polk, .November 15, 1 week. Twelfth District Judge Avery. . Madison, August 2, 2 weeks. Madison, August 22, 2 weeks. Buncombe, August 16, 3 weeks. Buncombe. December 6, 2 weeks. Transylvania, September S. 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. ' (iraham, .November 1 , 1 weak. Swain, .November 8, 2 weeks. Civil actions only. 5 Criminal actions' only. . " Civil aetions onlr. except iail eases. II Criminal eases only, except sivil actions mot requiring a jury. Bucklen's Arnica Saivt. THE Ukst Salvk in the world "lor Cots, Bruises, Sores, Ulcer. Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains Corns, and All Skin Eruptions, and positively eures Files, or no pay required. It is (rtiaraDteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price cents per box. r or sale by V. O. r kompson Inpartasf When you visit or leave New York Ctty aava Baggage Expreasage and Carriage Hire amd stop at the Grand Union Hotel, ormosita &rrJ Cen tral Depot. Elegant rooms fitted up at a oost 01 one minion ooiiars, reaucea to i.oir and up wards ner flav. EuroDean tilan. Elvatnr. Restaurant suppliei with the best. Horse ears stages ami elevated railroad to all depots. Fam ilies can fives oetterlor leas money at the Urand Union Hotel than any other first-class hotel in I the city. . May )-Iy C1TAR3RA;NrSfteciar Tobacco If anure bev kj ing only 24 hours by freight irom the facto ry we continue to receive' supplies of this ceieDreiea J.'eriuizer up v tn X5Ut this month'. ft wi!l vroW Tobaoao witw n..n stalks, smalt fibres, Targe leaves wit& jjood bedy, yellows oa the- hi!lrcnrae saaily, retains Its cnior, wsigns- weu. is aiwajg-gouut after and commaidj the- hiuhost iiiaua on the ware house floor.-- : - a kiiiw A B?!nl ; June 3rd. !S3.-tr. WhzaCordial C IT I& X & DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS. MALA.;:, LIVER COMPLAINT, kit :WEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. IT is Invigorat 1 1 w. IT gives NEW " LIFE to tba lightful to take, f ' and of trreat value 1 whole SYSTEM by Strengtheniag the Muscles, Ton ing the NERVES, and completely Dfe grating the food. as a Medicine for weak ami Ailing Women and Chil dren. CO ... .1 1 N .1 no hurtful Minerals, ia ex posed of care V'.: selected Ve " ' -. ble Medicia combined skil fully, making Safe and Pleassnt Issmedy. VoHna.' - V 1 physicians, telling -1 to treat dim--. at HOtiS. - -',4 Wether -.! -f 1 VI h.,-y;-e process, oa recipt of IOC .i, raaM SLOB, aaa ndt Ha Vr Ml. br an Ktt w-li j im, lit. 1 - - VoJIna Drug a: i Cheniical Company, alh .-., an, c a. a. A FINE Mr. FOSTER S CHAPMAN, One of the landmarks ot the Georgia Drug trade, now of Or landa, Florida writes : "I can hardly select a single case of the many to whom I have sold Guinn's Pioneer Blood Reneioer, 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. FoSTElt S. CHAPMAN, Orlanda, Fla." A Certain Cure for Catarrh! A Superb Flesh Produecr and Tonic! Guinn's Pioneer Blood Eeneweb Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Old Sores. A perfect Spring Medicine. If not in your market, it will be forwarded on receipt of pri. Small bottles $1, Large $1.T5. Kssav on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. MACON MEDICINE CO., MACON, GEORGIA. For sale in Winston bv SMITH & BROWN. ASHCRAFT & OWEXS, and V. O. THOMP SON . March 4m THE TAYLOR HOUSE, Danbury, Stokes Co., If. C. THIS HOUSE WILL BE OPEH for the accommodation of visitors at any time after the 15th of June, 1886. It is situated on the corner of Main and Piedmont Streets, amid a beautiful grove of shade trees ; the rooms are good and nicely furnished ; a good roomy Parlor, witn hne urgan, and tne state itatian Band, late of Raleigh, now of Winston, has been engaged to make mu3ic for the e,uest of the house ; this is said to be one of the finest (string) bands in the State. We expec t to keep the best table the country can afford. Danbury is located on the foot Hills of the CTand old -Sauratown mountains, and on the banks of the noble Dan, and is one of the most pleasant places to spend the hot season to be found in the Piedmont district of North Carolina. The mountain scenery is unsurpassed, and the mineral waters of the neighborhood are suited to all cases of diseases : dyspepsia and all skin diseases in particular. Piedmont Springs still flows ; its mineral waters are the same, and the Alum Spring, 1 mile distant, with its beautiful scenerv. is still the same. Hacks will run to the springs aaiiy, or va any vi me piausa ui . . . . c a 1 r interest in tne mountains jor reaauauic charirea. . Board per month $16.00, per week $5.00. per day $1.00.- Children under 10 years J charges. Servants who wait on their empl. y- erg rooms charges, rieamouv uimuo iur ran. For further particulars, apply to me at Dan bury, If . C. S. B. TAYLOR, Prop, of june 17 tf Taylor House, HOLIDAY AMD BRIDAL8PRESEATS For solid silver spoou- tt)ifs best triple plated ware, sueh as waiters, eake baskets, eas tern, water sat, knives, forks, apoOSd, Ac, ,ta K to . - JOS. SEVAN, MAIN STREET. J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., CIVIL. ENGINEER AND StTRVEYOK. SPSCtALTlM: MiMMpal, Sanitary and Road Engineering, WINSTON, N. C. LtVtitAXQ - AND GRADE STAKING; Planting f Railroad, Land and Mine Survey ing f liiTfcpr, don tour and Topographical Map ping. CaKuJations of Areas. Excavations, EmbaO laUtrils.- Jtd. Plana and Estimates for Sewerage Bytftfni Water Supply Systems,! Specifications, Eaticfotes' and Contracts for Grading or other Earth-work Problems. Gen eral Engineering and SurvaVinsf executed with skill and accuracy, facilitate!? by1 the ae of the most modern improved lneiojws' itnd instru ments. Opnca ix BITTING BLOCK, may FOR SALE. 1 First-Class Bar and Bowling Alley in the thriving town of " REIDSVILLE, N. C. ' : Address, ; S. S. WHITTEjt". Oct7tt ; -r - ; ReiUvillo, N. C. I J. LINDSAY PATTERSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, w IIjl. urartice in all the Stato and Fodur.-ti Cowrta. . ... rfpifs- . Mirtraera' anrl Afhfr 1ixr.it nai'vM neatly, correctly and promptly fra wn. t . Hi-al ! estate sold on com mission. TKmiey loaned -gooil awnritv." Collection of claims maitc In nil EartA of the State. All Imsioens intrnstou t.. im will receive prom.it ami faithful attention. OOica over Vaughn & Pepjicr's Storo. nu2'ilT 1 tf . . vr A Book - . n i v FLORID ATONIC EX. GOV. A. H. STEPHEN'S COUSIN. I am first cousin ef the late Ex-Governor Al exander H. Stephens, and have been postal clerk on different railroads since 1868. For ten years I have been a sufferer from a cancer on my face which grew worse until the dis charge if matter became profuse and very of fensive. I became thoroughly disgusted with blood purifyers and pmnounced them humbugs, as I had tried many without relief. Finally I was induced to use S. B. B., which was about the 1st of February, and continued its use until the latter part of April. The of fensive discharge decreased at once, and the hardness around the cancer disappeared. It improved my general health and I rapidly gained flesh and strength. The discharge gradually decreased and the cancer became less and less in size until nothing remains ex cept a scar to tell the tale of a once dangerous cancer. All who have seen ma since I have commenced the use of B. B. B. bear testimony of my great improvement, and the soar on my face shows that it cured the eaneer. I find that B. B. B. comes squarely up to what it is recommended, and I cannot Bay too much in praise of this wonderful medicine. I have triad them all, but B.3. B. stands at the top as a blood purifyer. The above is copied from the Athena (Ga.) Bamter-Wmtehman being the Tolumtary lan guage of Mr. James A. Greer, which Editor Gantt indorses. "Mr. Greer is an honest, upright citizen of Athens, who had a bad cancer, and his numer ous friends thought that he could not live very long, aa the cancer was gradually sapping the foundation of his constitution, but now looks well and hearty." 2 AGAINST 18. Several physicians have pronounced my dis ease blood poison, caused by paint or lead in the paint, but they could not cure me. Last summer I used eighteen bottles of a largely advertised blood medicine, which did me no more good than so much water. I have nsed only two bottles of B. B. B. ad am proud to say that I have received greater benefit from them than from the eighteen, and am now rapidly recovering. There is no question about the superiority of a. a. a. over all blood remedies. W. H. WOODY. 215Reynolds street,Avigiista, Ga., Apr. 21st 1 886 All who desire full information about she cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Scores, Rheuma tism, ividney Complaints catarrh, etc., can secure by mail, free a copy of our 32 page Illus trated Book of Wonders; tolled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known,. Address BLOOD BALM CO,. Atlanta, Ga. E'f Prize-f innlDg Strains. Spring Pigs, finer than ever. All eligible to Registry. Ready for shipment on and after April 15th. Single pig, $b. Pair, not aKin, ll. Irio, not akin, $15. All at 8 weeks old. Special Express rates. Book your orders ahead, so as to have pigs shipped on time, and thus save unnecessary express. Choice Pure-Bred Poultry. WYANDOTTES. Eggs from main flock, $1.5 for 13. Eggs from pnze-breeding pen, 2.50 for 13. PEKIN DUCKS. $4 per pair. Eggs, $1.50 lor 13. BROUZE TURKEYS. Gobbler, $4. Fair, S7. E?ers. $1.50 lor 6. Hone but fresh eggs shipped, and orders lined in rotation. FIERSON BROS., Summit, Spottsylyania Co., Va. Mention this paper. Sept 24 tf. GOLD! fields are Bcare. but those who write to Stinson fc Co., Portland. Maine, will receive free, full information about work which they can do, and live at home, that will pay them from $5 to S25 iwr day. 8ome have earned otst $56 in a day. Either sex, young or old. Capital Mi required. Yon are started free. Those who start at once an absolutely aura of anus; little fortunes, .ail is Dew. CHICAGO S ii ORGAN Sas attained a stanciur l cf excellence which liimftj rtf no si iiw ri It contains every impr ovement that Inventive genius, aitlll ana mot::y cun pruuuuo. These Organs are celebrated for volume, nuality of tone, quick response, artistlo design beauty in finish, perfect construction, making them the most desirable orerana tor bornef. toTfAlftt.ifcilfcn REJPBAiflO. tTSEaTTALED FACILITIES, (SKIUJSD WOBKHXS, JJKST W ATKBIAI-, eOMBimZ. 1IAKX THIS THK POPULAH OBCfM ln$tr Bctlorl Books and Piano Stools. 6atfecne And Prion Lit-, rxt application, nmm. SHrCAGO COHAGS C?.SAN CO. 83 1 Blue Island kk-u: CH'CAZQ. ILL. jilaa lniin. FIRST CUSS Grocers Keep It. 2 S 5 s a 3 "3 B A A O fa S H Were waebed witli ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP - Wltftont Rubbing, fint Claas Housekeeperi ttse it. I art. iraablnar elotbee In the nraal maaaer Is decidedly hard work; It wean yen oat and tne clothes) too. , 3d. Try at better plan and Invest lire cents in n bar of ELECTRIC LIOHl SOAP. Savee Time, Labor, Moaey, Fnel and Clothes. Use as di rected on the wrapper of each bar. 4R1EBS SOLICITED. i- - UURQC EES WOE " fegiSi?-SS5 aaaaaaaaaaaa. - OTJB ' v;i f$Zjfi& BVEEY 1 . OBQAN I Jl TO I ' XXOXX 'Y2SABS lifi OA lis: XdC-KINS SOAP CO. IUDIAUAPOLIS, IND. SECOND FALL AND SHAW Fourth Street, TO THE READERS OF THIS PAPER : We wish to call your attention to our New Stock of WINTER GOODS selected br one of the firm in person and bought in the Northern cities at as low prices as money and experience could buy disputed fact that we carry the largest sale and retail departments that can Carolina. in OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT ! We are able to compete in stock, prices and terms with any first-class house North or South all things being duly considered. All we ask is an examination ot our stock and prices and we will convince you that we mean what we say. RETAIL DE VJ1R, 1 JflJEJYTS I TO THE LADIES ! We hare a larre separate store room filled with goods for you, of every description and at prices as low as the low est, we don't sell Shoddy or possible here to enumerate the various articles in our stock, but we wish to call your attention to our stock ot Cashmeres, Dress Flannels. Fancy Dress Goods, Velvets Silkr, Dress Trimmings, Sack Flannels, white, red, grey, twilled and plain Flannels, Oil Cloths, &c, bleached and un bleached Drilling, 10 4 Sheeting Counterpanes, Bed Quilts and Comforts, white and colored Blankets. 550 assorted Hoods all sizes, boo assorted Shawls, all sizes and prices. A very large assortment of New Markets and Short "Wraps at prices that and Waterproof Cloaking ! Merino Hosiery and Underwear. J seys for all sizes and ages, Gloves, Coll.-irs, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, &c. Sh.oes I One side of our stoie room is filled Bay State Shoe and Leather of Philadelphia, There are no better pair bearing their trade marks is Shoes than any two nouses a small child to the oldest lady can give you better Slioes for less money than you can get any where else. Men, Boys and Children have been meres, JVlenno and other shirts, Urawers, Hosiery, uais and every thing you may need. We offer you a larger and better stock of SHOES and BOOTS than we have ever before had. OUR STAPLE HARDWARE And our GROCERY DEPAItTMENNTS is Unequalled! There are thousands of articles in our stock that we cannot enumerate. EXCELSIOR COOK STOVER! the best sold by us. A large stock of Grass Seeds and " STAR BRAND" Fertilizers ! on hand at all times. We carry a Full Stock of every, line of Goods except Ready-Made Clothing, Crockery, and Millinery Goods. We invite all to come and see us. Twenty vears experience has taught us what the peo ple need and want ami we have provided for all classes. Yours Very Truly, Winston, N. C, September 16, 1886. ONE CENT PAYS FOR A Postal Card. Buy one and send to THE FREE PRESS CO., Detroit, Mich., for a FREE sample copy of that unrivalled and FAMOUS NEWSPAPER THE WEEKLY DETROIT FREE PRESS. By sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS you can have THE FREE PRESS mailed to any address for FOUR MONTHS ON TRIAL. Sept. 236m CONCEDED, THAT SMITH & BROWN DRUG-GISTS, - Carry the Latest Line of Drop, Medicines. Paints, Oils, &c,, 111 THE TOWNS. r lYoU Will h6l Regret to (Xve us a Caa 084 tf Not. 20-84 tf TOBACCOttMANUFAGTURERS ATTENTIOH ! A BARGAIN POR SOMEBODY I WE WAVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING io RETAINERS for Manufacturing Totracco. iO BOX SCREWS 5 SETS SHAPES " .,25 5 POT MILLS i HAND PUMP lor retainers All the above named fixtures are in good order, hawing been used on ly two seasons. Will sell cheap, either singly or all together. Call and examine same at the SAIjEM'IRON WORKS, - ' Salem, 2J". O The Brown -Cotton Cm Co. . NEW Ti03SrD02Sr, Conn. .-,r.,vi.-: . . . WINTER STOCK! & WINSTON, N. C. them. It is a well known and un stock of goods in both our whole be foun.l in North Western North. Chean John Goods, it is im dely competition. Beaver Cloth Slioes 1 with choice styles Shoes, made by the. Company and T. Miles' Sons' goods or better styles made, every fully warranted. We Sell more in Winston. Every person from find shoes to fit and suit We will fully provider lor in Cloths, Cassi- STOCK IS COMPLETE ! H1NSHAW & BYNUM. Manufacturers of the Old Tieliabla Brown Cotton Gins, Feeders, and Condensers. AU the very latest improvenjenr,: two bnish belts, steel beavin- , improved roflbox. patpnt-vb'.; -per, extra strong brush. ; ' ', perfected Fcedr. 9K.Utni2 1 wj proof Oondenaer. . Stronsr. dirj.,.j' .",., - Tart. MM