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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1886.
Prof. chas. ludwig von seeger, rnf.an. htmASmm Mt. th -Jlnval University Knight of the Royal Austrian Order of the Iron Crown; 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 Honor, it., -., says: 'LIEBIG CO.'S COCA BE IF TOXIC should net be confounded with the horde of trashy cure-alls. It is in no sense of the word a pat ent remedv, I am thoroughly eonversant with its mode of preparation and know it to be not 1 1 ... k..maiiHial Timd lif t- but also worthy of the high commendations it lias received iu all parts of the world. It contains essence of iseei, coca, viuiuiue, iru" vj"' isaya, which are dissolved in pure genuine Spanish Imperial Crown Sherry," Invaluable to all who are Run Down. Ner vousness. Dvspeptic. Bilious, Malarious or af flicted with weak kidneys. BEWARE OF IJIIT ATIOXS. Her Majesty's Favorite Cosmetic Glycerine Csed"bv Her Koyal Highness the Prinoss of Wales and the nobility. For the Skin, Com- Blexion. Ermptions Chapping. Roughness, f l.M. f druggists. LiIKBIG Co.'s Genuine Syrup of Sarsaparllla Is guaranteed as the best Sarsaparilla m the market. ST. IT. Depot 38 Murray 8. July 29 tf H. MONTAGUE, (Professional Attorney,; SEAL ESTATE BROKER, WINSTON, Iff. C. WILL SELL LAND 02 COMMISSION, COLLECT BENTS, prepare land papsrs, buy notes, mortgages," judgements, eounty script and other claims make small Loans on good security and assume the general man agement of estates. NO SALE, NO CHARGES. BEST OFREFERENCES jan291y Tar Heel Liniment! A Valuable Remedy for the Cure and Relief of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, Cramp Oolic, Kidney Complaints, Gravel in Bladder, Pains in Stomach and Bowels, Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Lame or Stiff Back, Bruises, Sprains, Nettle-rash, .Foison Oak, Itch, Frost Bites, etc. For Catarrh and Cold in the Head it gives instant relief, and is an infallible cure. Remember TAR HEEL LINIMENT. Ask your druggist or merchant for it and take no other. It is the Best, Surest and Safest Liniment on the market. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists and Merchants gen erally. Send for testimonials. HOUSTON & EMERS0NT, Sole Prop'rsand Manut'rs, Greensboro, N. C. -J. E. Gilmer, Wholesale Agent, june 30-ly Winston, N C. SPECTACLES AND . EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver, Steel anil Rubber frames to suit all eyes, and ages, you wii 1 find at J. 1SEV ANS, Optician, Main Street, Winston, X. C. Dec. 10-1 y MAKE MONEY! Fortunes are yearly made by suoe3stiil oper ators in Stocks, Grain and Oil. These investments frequently pay from $500 to S2,000 or more on each $100 invested. Reliable correspondents wanted. Address few circulars, WILLIAM E. RICHARDS, Banker and Broker, june!7-6m. 38, 40 k 42 Broadway, N. 'I. ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER ! IS AT WORK AGAIN 1 BUSY AS EVER! Making everybody 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 "Til Bias.sls.i33, I" Showing the effects of direct sunlight on the face and hair ; and "THE STATURESQUE PORTRAIT !" which looks aa if cut from white marble. Both styles require light drapery, and are brilliant and effective, aMR. HOUGH will remain only until New Years. Remember, "Procrastination," Ac. November, 1886. Main Street, Winston. 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 tho Nelson building at all times, when not professionally absent. jan27-6m SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY. THE STATE CHRONICLE Successor to the Farmer fc Hechanin and Ifhe ' Chronicle.) Under New Management! Terms of Subscription Twelve months, ?2 Six months, $1 ; three months, 50. THE STATE(CHRONICLE, jJ Raleigh, N. C. ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cost of any; proposed line of advertising in' American papers by addressing: Geo P. ? Rowell & Go., lO Sprut St..rfv.- Vork': i Send lOaw. for 1 JO-."uj PumpiJ. FALL TERM North Carolina Superior Courts 1886. First District Judge Shipp. Currituck, September 6, 1 week. Camden, September 13. 1 week. Pasquotank, SeptemDerzu, l ween. Perauimans, September 27, 1 week. Chowan, October 4, 1 week. Gates, October 11, 1 week. Hertford, OctoDer 2U, 1 ween. Hertford, December 20, 1 week. Washington, October 25, 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, jNovember 29. z weess. Second District Judge Gudger. Warrem, 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, Novmber 15, 1 week. Martin, September 6, 3 weeks. MartinJ, December , 2 weete. 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. f ourth Untrtct Judge Jr-tuuips. W'akeJ, July 12, 2 weeks. Wake August 30, 2 weeks. Wakef, September 27, 2 weeks. Wake, October 25, 3 weeks. Wayne, July 26, 2 weeks. Wayne, September 13, 2 weeks Wayne. October 18, 1 week. Harnett, August 9, 1 weeks. Johnston, Aujust 16, 2 weeks. Ftfth District Judge Connor. Orange, August 9, 1 week. Orange, November 8, 1 week. Caswell, August 16, 1 week. Caswell, November 15, 1 week. Person, August 23, 1 week. Person. November 22, 1 week. Guilford, August 30, 2 weeks. Guilford, December 13, 2 weeks. Granville, September 16, 2 weeks. Granville, November 26, 2 weeks. Alamance, September 27, 1 week. Chatham, October 4, 2 weeks. Durham, October 18, 2 weeks. Sixth District Judge Clark. Jones, August 16, 1 week. Jones, November 1, 1 w3ek. JUenoir, August ZS, I weeks. Lenoir, November 15, 2 weeks. Duplin, September b, 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.i Seventh IHstrict 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 week3. Robeson, August 30, 2 weeks. Robeson, October 11,2 weeks. 4nsonf, September 13, 1 week, nson, November 29, 1 week. Brunswick, September 20, 1 week. Richmond, September 27, z weeks. Richmond, December 20, 1 week, liladeu, October 25, 2 weeks. Eighth IHstrict Judge Boykm. Iredell, August 9, 2 weeks. 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.J Stanly, October 18, 2 weeks. CabarusP, November 1,1 week. Ninth JHstrict Judge JUcRae. Rockingham, July, 29, 2 weeks. Rockingham, November 8, 1 week. Stokes, August 9, 2 weeks. Stokes, JVbvember 15, I week. Surry, August 23, 2 weeks. Surry, jvbvembcr 22, 1 weeks, llleghaney, September 6, 1 week. Wilkes, September 13, 2 weeks. Yadkin, September 27, 2 weeks. Davie, Octooer 11, 2 weeks. Forsyth, October 25, 2 weeks. Tenth IHstrict Judge Montgomery. Henderson, July 19, 3 weeks. Burke, August 9, 2 waeks. .Ashe, August 23, 1 week. Wat uga, July 30, 1 week. Caldwell, September 6, 1 week. Mitchell, September Id, Z weeks. Yancey, September 27, 2 weeks. McDowell, October 11, 2 weeks Eleventh District Judge Graves. Alexander, July 26, 1 week. Catawba, August 2, 1 week. Cleveland, August 9, 1 weeks. Cleyeland, 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, iVbvember 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 9, 2 weeks. Transylvmia, September 6. 1 week. Hay wood, September 13, 2 weeks. Jackson, (September 27, 1 week. Macon, October 4, 1 week. Clay, October 11, 1 week. Cherokee, October 18, 2 weeks. Graham, JVbvember 1,1 weak. Swain, JVbvember 8, 2 weeks. Civil actions only. fCrimiual actions only. iCivil aetions nly, except jail oases. Cr:miual eases only, except aivil actions not requiring a jury. Bucklen's Arnica Salv. Tbi Best Saltk in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and )ositively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. 1'or sale by V. O. Thompson. -. Important When you visit or leave New York City save Baggage Expreaaage and Carriage Hire and stop at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Cen tral Depot. Elegant rooms fitted up at a cost of one million dollars, reduced to $1.00 and up wards per dav. European clan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with che best. Horse ears stages ana elevated railroad to all depots. am nios man lives better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than any other first-class hotel in tne city. Mayzu-iy STAR BRAND Special Tobaceo Manure being-only 24 hours by freight from the facto ry we will continue to rooeiva supplies of this celebrated Fertilizer up to the I5th of this month. It will grow Tobaoga with snail stalks, small fibres, large loaves with pood body, yellows on the hill, auras aasily, e tains its color, waighs wall, is always sought aAar and commands the highest priaas au ike vaa- neusa Boor, -i j .htrauAW Byhck Jona 3rd, 189.-tt. rmnaCordiai C U H S DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS. MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, f NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. ' TT ia Invigorat ing and De lightful to take, and of great value aa a Medicine for weak and Ailing Women and Chil TT gives NEW LIFE to tha whole SYSTEM by Strengthening the Muscles, Ton big the NERVES, and completely Dl. dren. gesting tne looo. O N T A I v- no hurtf dinar Minerals, ia caru- physicians, telling how ta treat dls rases at KOUE, n:Tld, together wit h a set of hand ssnre cards by new Hcliotj-pe pracaaa, oa ffeseipt of IOC Bke-14 M lllilsr MW poaed of carefu'ly fV1 elected Veeet bio M e d i c l n e-5".' combined skill fully, making a Safe and Pleasant Mamcdy. For T all ftrsinrMft Ms at keep (WMAL, S uf, aiwi sa ,K4T .KM OHV.T V . Vlina Drug and Chemical Company, SlLTUUHt, MP, B. a. 1 A FINE FLORID ATONIC 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 Gulnn's Pioneer Blood Itenewer, 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. KOSTEU S. UHAPMAX, Orlanda, Fla." A Certain Cure for Catarrh! A Superb Flesh Producer and Tonic! Guura's Pioneer Blood Renewer 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 prii-e. Small bottles $1, Large $1.75. Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. MACON MEDICINE CO., MACON, GEORGIA. For sale in Winston by SMITH & BROWN, ASHCUAFT & OWENS, anil V. O. THOMP SON'. March 4m FIRST GLASS Grccers Keep It. " S 5 3 3 S H Were washed with ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP Without Rubbing;. Flrat Clara Housekeepers use it. 1st. Washing; clothes In the nsnal manner Is decidedly hard work; it wears yon on and the clothes too. 2d. Try a better plan and invest five cents in a bar at ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP. Haves Time, Labor, Money, Fuel and Clothes. Use as di rected on the wrapper of each bar. ORDERS SOLICITED. ATKINS SOAP CO. INDIANAPOLIS. DTD. HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL PRESENTS For solid silver spoons Rosers best triple plated ware, suah as waiters, aake baskets, aas ters, water sets, knives, forks, spooas, Ac, o goto JOS. SEVAN, MAIN STREET. J. L. LUDLOW, C. E., CIVIL, ENGINEER AND KDBVETOB. SPRCIALTIB8 : Municipal, Sanitary and Road Englnaarino, WINSTON, N. C. LEVELING AND ORADE STAKING; Platting; Railroad, Land and Mine Survey ing ; Linear, Contour and Topographical Map ping. Calculations of Areas. Excavations, Embankments, &c. Plans and Estimates for Seweragp Systems, Water Supply Systems, Betaining-Walls, Trussed Bridges, Roofs, ire. Specifications, Estimates and Contracts for Grading or other Earth-work Problems. Gen eral Engineering and Surveying executed with skill and accuracy, facilitated by the use of the most modern improved methods and instru ments. Office is BITTING BLOCK, may 8 FOR SALE. A First-Class Bar and : Bowling Alley in the thriving town of REIDSVITjIiE, n. c. Address, S. S. WHITTE'. Octftt , Beidsrilla, N,C. J. LINDSAY PATTERSON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, , WIXSTOX, N. C. WILl. practice in all the State and Federal Courts. " " Deeds, Martgagea and other legal papers, neatly, correctly and promptlv drawn. Ileal estate sold on commission, , Money loaned on srooft securitv. Collection of claims made in all parts of tae State. All business intrusted to him will receive prompt and faithfnl attention. OOit-e over Vauglin A Pepper's Store. mo2HIj 1 M N V? u-PTl A Bex. 'Volina. ul U A l -lea IaA n'Lj u ft A 9s Si 5 - 1 K J S 3 v a A vfs&4 j itsl? S Si e yfi in H H EX.GOV. A. H. STEPHEN'S COUSIN. I am first cousin of the late Ex-Governor Al exander H. Stephens, and have been postal clerk ob different railroads since 18(58. For ten years I have been a sufferer from a cancer on my face which grew worse until the dis charge f matter became profuse and very of fensive. I became thoroughly disgusted with blood purifyers and pronounced 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 nntil nothing remains ex cept a scar to tell the tale of a once dangerous cancer. All who have seen me since I have commenced the use ef B. B. 5. bear testimony of my great improvement, and the soar an my face shows that it oured the aaneer. I find that B. B. B. cornea squarely up to what it is racommended, and I cannot say too moch in praise af this ' wonderful medicine. I have triad them ail, but B. B. B. stands at the top as a blood purifyer. The above is copied from the Athens (Go.) Banner- ffmtehman being tha voluntary 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 vary long, as tha cancer was gradually sapping tha foundation of his constitution, but now looks well and haartv." " 2 AGAINST 18. Several physicians have pronounced my dis ease blaod poison, caused by paint or lead in the paint, but thay oould not curs me. Last summer I used eighteen bottles af a largely advertised blood medicine, which did me no more good than so much water. I have used only two bottlee of B. B. B. a"d 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 B. B. B. over aU blood remedies. W. H. WOODY. 2l5Reynolds strcet,Augu3ta, Ga., Apr. 21st 1 886 All who desire full information about she cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcere, Scores, Ehenma tism, Kidney CbmplainU Catarrh, etc., can secure by mail, free a copy of our 32 page Illus trated Book of Wonders; filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known, Address BLOOD BALM CO,. Atlanta, Ga. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN fas attained a standard of excellence which admits of no superior. Itoontains every improvement that Inventive re ni us, skill and money can produce. Thpdo Ortrans are celebrated for volume. juality of tone, quick response, artistic design, beauty in finish, perfect construction, making mem tne most uesiraoio organs lor uumea, ichools, churches, lodges, societies, etc. ESTABLISHED BEPCTATIOH. ENEQUAXXD FACILITIES, SEIIXED WOBKHEH, - BEST MATEBXaM OOMBIirKD, MAKE THIS THE POPULAR ORGAN Instruction Books and Piano Stools. Catalogues and Prloe Lists, on application, ran. CHICAGO C0TTA6E ORGAN CO. 831 Blue stand Avenue, CHICAGO. M.L. june 106m. BEST KEMEDY KNOWN FOR CATARRH, Q n T T? THROAT, ioU ri-Ei MOUTH, Etc., in all Forms and Stages. PURELY VEGETABLE. ENTIEELT HARMLESS. REQUIRES 'SO INSTRUMENT. IT CURES WHERE OTHERS FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF. . Atiiens, Ga.. Dec. 12.1885. Gentlemen: have ha1 catarrh inavry severe form three years. During thin time mr stomach was greatly deranil : my sight, taste hearing and smell were much iniiiuired the latter three al most destroyed. About 2 months ago Judge Cobb gave inea bottle of Certain Catarrh Cure. This I have used carelessly and irregulaaly but with most gratifying results. The above troubles have eutirely disappeared, my general condition is much improved, and so great has been thechange.I feci. like a different person entirely. Yours, etc., Lucr Kcckek. What Lucy Kucker (ool. .says above, I believe is true. The effect ofthe metticiue upon her was prompt and' remarkably efficacious. All the suffering seem relieved and site tells me this oue bottle did it. Signed, Howell Cobb, Judge City Court, Athens, Ga. I have examined the recommendations and Certain Catarrh Cure and being permnallv ac quainted with the parties by whom they were given, (eel no hesitancy in saying, they are en titled to the utmost confidence ot the public. TheSC. CO. isentirely reliableand honorable in all dealings. Signed. R. K. Heaves, Mayor of Athens. Only a fewof our manv certificates are given here. Others can be obtained from your druggists, or by addressing 3 C. Co.. Athens. Ga. Sold in Winstojt, by SJllTH & BROWN, Dr. V. O. THOMPSON, may8 ly ASHC1SAFT & OWENS. 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 supply at all times of fresh meats, including choice beef, Bausage, pork and mutton, al30 eg"9. . 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 solieit a share ot your patronage. Oct. 7 tf. W. A. MURPHY. OTJB I HVKBY nil OBGAK WAS IS I -a: i HALTED f "J" FOB TO f J 1 HXOXTfe $ YEABS SECOND FALL AND w Fourth Street, TO THE READERS OF THIS PAPER : We wish to call your attention to our New,' Stock of "WINTER GOODS selected by one of the firm in person and bought in the Northern cities at aa low prices as money and experience could disputed tact that we carry the largest stock of goods in both our whole sale and retail departments that can be found in North Western North Carolina. IN OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT ! We are able to compete in stock, price's 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 DBPJ1R1MEJYTS ! TO THE LADIES ! We have a larSe 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 Cheap John Goods. It is im 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, Velyets Silk, Dress Trimming, Sack Flannels, white, red, grey, twilled and plain Flannels, Oil Cloths, &c, bleached and un bleached Drilling, io 4 Sheeting Counterpanes, Bed Quilts and Comforts, white and colored Blankets. 550 assorted Hoods all sizes. 600 assorted Shawls, all sizes and prices. A very large assortment of New Markets and Snort Wraps at prices that dely competition. Beaver Cloth and Waterproof Cloaking ! Merino Hosiery and Underwear. J seys for all sizes and ages, Gloves, Collars, CtifTs, Handkerchiefs, &c. SUzLoes I StLoes 1 One side of our store room is filled with choice styles Shoes made by the Bay State Shoe and Leather Company and T. Miles' Sens1 of Philadelphia, There are no better goods or better styles made, every pair bearing their trade marks is fully warranted. We sell more Shoes than any two nouses in Winston. Eve ry person from a small child to the oldest lady can find shoes to lit and suit. We will give you better Shoes for less money than you can get anv where else. Men, Boys and Children have been fully provided for in Cloths, Cassi meres, Merino and other Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, HATS 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 STOCK IS COMPLETE ! And our GROCERY DEPARTMENNTS is Unequalled! There are thousands of articles in our stock that we cannot enumerate. EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES! 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 Milliner- Goods. We invite all to come and see us. .Twenty years experience has taugUt us what the peo ple need and want and we have provided for all classes. w, Tvri T:;t hinshaw & bynum. Winston, X. C, September 16, 1886. ONE CENT PAYS FOR A Postal Card. Buy one and send to THE FREE PRESS CO., Detroit, Mich., for a SZLZSZS 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. 23!6m CONCEDED rrnrr a m enurTmnr p tti rrrrr-Mr llixil OlTillll 06 JDliU W IV DRUGGISTS, Carry tie Largest Line of Drnp, Medicines, Faints, Oils, &c IN THE You Nov. 20-84 tf Will not Regret to 9ve us a CalL TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ATTENTION! A BARGAIN FOR SOMEBODY! E WAVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING : io RETAINERS for Manufacturing Tobacco, io BOX SCREWS 5 SETS SHAPES 5 POT MILLS i HAND PUMP lor retainer All the above named fixtures are in good order, having been used on ly two seasons. Will sell cheap, either singly or all together. Call and examine same at the SAIE2l' IRON WORKS, Stiloirt, 3or. C3 The Brown -Cotton Cm Co.. NEW LONDON, Conn. V7INTER STOCK! BYNIM WINSTON, N. C. buy them. It is a well known and un TOWNS. Manufacturers of the Old Reliable Brown Cotton Gins, Feeders, and Condensers. AH the very latest improvements: two brush belts, steel bearings, improved roll box, patent whip per, extra strong brush. New perfected Feeder, enlarged dnrS proof Condenser. Strong, durable and simple in construction, Gins fast, ruiis light, and clcmiia the seed per fectly. Send for Circular and Prico liist