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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1887.
IN CITY AND COUNTY. DASHES HKItK AM) THEKE HV OIR REPORTERS. and Last Week' Occurrence in City County Xarrtcl in Comlensefl I'aragruplis. The glorious 4th was gloriously drizzly Tlie pruspect for a large watermelon crop is reported encouraging. Read the law card of Mr. A. H. Kller in this issue. Licenses were issued last Thursday to twelve whiskey and two beer saloons. In observance of the national day, our banks and postofiiees were closed on Mon day. Sherili'Boyer inserts a notice this week . to lax delinquents. Read it and act ac- oordingly. , The Sextixki, force returns thanks to Mr. John Tise for samples of his "Ilokey Pokey"' ice cream, which we pronounce i prime. Oh, brother editor of the Daily, that boquet pinned on your lapel by fair fingers did look fine ! The revenue collections at the Wins- ston branch office footed up 30,779.78 for the month ending June 30th. Since February, Ir.-D. X. Daltou has removed 37 gallons of water from a dropsi cal patient in the county boarding house. The Forsvth Poor House is one of the cleanest, best kept in the State. Dr. D. X Daltou reports it in the best condition for years. The Moravian ITome Sunday School is pic-n icing to-day, while the Baptist School will enjoy a similar recreation to morrow, Friday. The engine and Ixiiler for our elertric lights have arrived and are being placed in their projier positions. Our city will soon be illuminated, we trust. Mrs. M. L. Crist, an estimable lady of Salem, after a lingering illness of several mouths, died at her home in that place on last Wednesday night. They do say that Pat Winston is com ing back to make another dive in North Carolina politics. Wonder if he'll try to jump into Gov. Scales' chair ? There were fifteen marriage licenses issued in June. Two have been issued in J uly and lioth on the glorious 4th : Chas. Wall to Sallie Fulp and Lewis Clarke to Carrie Smith. Mr. Krnest Hagan, a student of the Moravian Theological Seminary, of Bethle hem, Pa., preached a very able sermon at East Salem, on last Sunday morning. Many of our colored people celebrated the 4th by laying the corner stone of their new K. of L. Hall and afterwards, all ar rayed in white gloves, by marching through the streets to the music of a brass band. -r A young colored man was drowned in Belo's pond Tuesday evening while bathing. A similar sad accident would have befallen another young man, a few days since, at the same place had it not been for the timely assistance rendered by one who was stand ing near by. We learn this is the third deatli from drowning in the samcepond. Mr. Timothy Transou, father of Mrs. T. "V r !. r . i ,. . . . .... ivchii,ui ims cuy, uieu last lliursday at his home iu South Fork Township, this county, at the advanced age of 7C years, 7 months and 11 days. The funeral services took place Saturday at Xewr Philadelphia Church. He left 11 children, 30 grand children and many relatives and friends to mourn their loss. At the regular quarterly meeting of ;the Salem Juvenile Missionary Society, -which was held on hit Sunday, Mr. Will .X. Coley was reelected President; Mr Henry Vogler Vice-President ; Miss Carrie Mickey, Treasurer, and Miss Effie Butner Secretary. Among the appropriations, $11 was given to the Twin-City Hospital. The President last week appointed Air. Frank Fries Patterson, of Salem, to be Reg ister of Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, vice P.H.Winston, Esq. Mr. Patterson is a young lawyer, about 2o years old, well edu cated, and we believe he will make an excel lent officer.' Our congratulations, Mr. Pat lerson, and we have an idea that Mr. Cleve land is to be congratulated on his choice. Messrs. Ryttenberg Bros, tendered their force of salesmen a day of recreation by cl osing the doors of the "Trade Palace" on Monday. A majority of the ladies and gen tlemen sought pleasure elsewhere and spent thf dv InliHIe'inlTir Kw nin nw.In - ( ..I . called Flat Rock, beyond Waughtown. The action of Mr. Ryttenberg is commendable and was highly appreciated by his efficient corps of clerks. The Promenade Concert, given in the Salem Square Monday night by the Fire Company of that city proved quite a success, financially and otherwise." Ice cream, cake, watermelon, lemonade, etc., were served in quantities to the large crowd in attendance. Gamesof a social nature and promenades were engaged in, (by many we might add, "i "cans as one. ) AOOUt $1UU -was the net amount realized,. nrilrltr.sr4nftinrr Ihc ...... . . 1 I 1 - .- - - "i. m-jr-AUujicui lines, 'Winston still moves onward and upward. -One firm of contractors, Messrs. Miller Bros., have received within the last week contracts for the following : Two stores, for D. H. King, to be built near Belo's pond ; Colored Graded School building, two stories, 50x80 feet, near the Colored K. of L. Hall ; dwelling house, seven rooms, for Thomas Wilson. There's nothing like lumber and nails, and brick and mortar to build a town. The "contest of skill between the Wins ton ami Salem. Fire Companies on Monday evening was one of the attractions oTth 4th and the people of both towns watched with eagerness the workings of both engines and companies, each doing creditable and praiseworthy work for near unto an henr. It was quite difficult to form a decision as to which was the .better of the tw. Suffice it to say that we feel proud of both fire de partments who stand ever ready to serve our towns when duty calls. ; ; Mr. D. D Shelton's many friends here got np a petition a few days since, signed by a large number of our people, and sent it to Collector Craige at Salisbury for Mr. S's re tention at the branch office here.' - This was -done without the knowledge of Mr. Shel ton, nd in response to the wishes of his friends. Mr. Craige, without hesitation, made a fa vorably reply, and they with Mr. Shelton hare the pleasure of knowing that he will continue at the bead of the Winston branch office. Mr. ST is not only effieient'but de serving of the place which he now holds. 1 Prof. L. B. Wurreichke, accompanied by his son Reinhalt left on the day appoint ed Monday for his annual tour through Western North Carolina and the borders of Tennessee and Virginia "on foot." The Professor expects to "take iu" this tinis :ill of the beautiful scenery in this part of the connlry, his tramp lasting six weeks or more. The Sextinej, wishes for him a pleasant and profitable journey. His well written -descriptive letters of his trip last summer close with this issue. The match game of base ball, played here Monday evening between the Wacho vias, of Winston and the firt nine of Ker nersville, was witnessed by a large number of people. The game resulted in a victory for our home club, the score standing 16 to 8. The Wachovias played for the first time in their new uniform suits and presented a very handsome appearance. Both clubs did some creditable playing but the Wachovias prov ed themselves to be mare than a match for the visiting club. Walker, of Kernersvillf , led his club in batting, while Wade and Jones led for the Wachovias. . - Twin-City Hospital. A large number of ladies of Winston-Salem met at the residence of Mrs. II. T. Bahnson, in Salem, and organized the "Ladies" Twin City Hospital Association" by electing the following officers : President Mrs. J;is. A. Gray. Vice Presidents Mrs. J. C. Buxton and Mrs. J. A. Bitting Treasurer Mrs. J. F. Shan'ner. Secretary Mrs. J. M. Rogers. Executive Committee Mrs. J. W. Fries, Mrs. E Shelton, Mrs. R. D. Mosoly, Mrs. Hyman, Jrs. H. A. Brown, Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Thomas H. Morris- Be sure to go to hear the Blind Boy play on Thursday night.the proceeds of which go to the Hospital. Don't fail to go. A Rare Fluwer. " Mr. S. Starr, the tlorist, has among his selection of flowers, a night blooming cereus, which is somewhat rare in these parts and presents a most handsome appearance. It only requires about two hours to open, be ginning at six o'clock in the evening, but as the morning dawns it withers and passes into obscurity until another bud puts forth. The flower is attracting the attention of number of our people who delight in tak ing an evening walk to Mr. Starr's resi dences loo k upon what each terms "more than beautiful." A gentleman who has just returned from Lexington tells us that Mr. A. C. Hege, of that place, has a similar flower, and on the evening of July 1st, 23 lovely blooms were seen open at once. TB S PIEDMONT SECTION: ITK.'.IS OF NEWS FROM NEAR - BY COlf NT I ES. Musical Entertainment. A rich and rare musical entertainment will be given in Brown"s Opera House to night (Thursday) by the child, Henry Graves Easley, for the benefit of theTwin Cilv Hospital. Little Henry is the most wonderful musical prodigy ever known, be ing just three years and three months old and weighing only 20 pounds. With the Guitar he accompanies his own pieces on the Har monica, thus playing on two instruments at once, a feat that but few accomplished musi cians of mature years ever attain. This will be the last opportunity to hear this little fel low for a number of years, as he is under con tract to commence travelling in the North, West and across the Continent, beginning July 18th. In patronizing this entertain ment you contribute to the fund of that noble institution, the Twin City Hospital. Admis. sion, 35 and 15 nts ; Reserved Seats, ,10 cents. Opening of Ilie Wiiuton Scliool. Stiite Xo final The authorities of this institution chose a patriotic day on which to begin a noble work. Last Mondar, July 4th, at 10 a. m.. in the presence of a large and intelligent au dience, the State Normal School to be held in the Graded School building of this city was formally opened. C. B. Watson, Esq., Chairman of the Local Board wresided. and after the formal opening, delivered the ad dress of the day in his practical, sensible, and eloquent way. Short speeches were made by W. B. Glenn, Esq., Rev. Edward Rondthaler, A. II. Filer, Esq.. and Rev. Dr. Johnson, followed by the members of the society of the Normal School who were present Profs. Tomlinson, Johnson and Jilair. L he best of music was furnished bv the Salem Orchestra. The atrendanee of teachers was good for the first day. They will organize right away, and we feel sure that such a corps of teachers as the Normal possesses cannot fail to make one of the best normals in the State. We shall ei ve'reoorts of its workings from week to week. Our County Fathers. The Commissioners of Forsvth countv met at the Court-House on July 4th. Sev eral persons were allowed to list their taxes ; ihos. 11 airs ton and Thos. Johnson were al lowed to go to the County Poor House: C. H. Mauser was appointed to repair or build a bridge on the Cleinmonsville and Old Town road. The Board of Equalization, comnosed of the Chair ra en of the various Boards of As sessors, each township being represented, reported the valuation of real estate in the several townships, the report showing an increase of valuation over last year. J. H. Finch was reappointed keener of the Poor House, at the same salary as last yesr. A report of the Board of Assessors of the C. F. & Y. V. R. R- was filed, showing the total length of that road to be 190 and one- tenth miles and the assessment of the same $61o,820 apportioned among the counties through winch it runs. The length of the road in Forsyth county is five and one tenth miles and valued at $15,964. A copy of the assessment of the N. YV.'N. C. R. R. was filed, showing the length of the road to be 26 C3S-5280 miles, valued at $4100 per mile; total valuation 5107,094, of wmcu .; Uuillbrd county- has 12 914-5280 miles, valued at $49,910. and Forsvth conn ty 13 5002-5280 miles, valued at $57,184. A called meeting was held-July 5th when George E. Xissen and J. C Miller were ap pointed to further examine Sale in bridge and ascertain the cost of converting it into a double-trodr Ki-tinrA TIia .... .... r .. r the roads met and reported : it was ordered 1. f t. ,1 1. 1 - . . .u iuc tier ve a notice posted at Spain hour 's bridge, warning the public of its un- muuuiuu , mat a nonce oe given in The Suvnvrr. un.t Rn, A. .,. r ..: w .wwiiif ut a uicciiu to be held on Monday, Jaly 11th. - me contract lor a new" building, 31x27 feet, Inside measurement, to be erected at the Poor-Hoose for the keeping of the insane, was awarded tn lfr - UilUr V MarV JT. urn HAoSvail inlntnA T- House, and, after allowance of claims, .the T 1 .j: . iwru jMJjuit runi. . A I.'ivrnark at Happening Gathered rrom Our Exchanges in I' led in on t North Carolina. The Surry county fruit crop is reported short. The Davie county jailor has-but one boarder. Blackberries are selling in Salisbury at one cent per quart. A cigar factory is contemplated in Lex ington at an early day. The "Glorious Fourth" was observed bv 1 , several of our neighboring towns. Work on the Methodist Female Seminary at Lexington is progressing rapidly. Col. L. L. Polk will address the Farmers' Club at Cana, Davie county, July 29th. Mad dogs e getting too thick in Stokes county to be healthy, so says the Reporter. The Masonic pic-n ic will .be held at Mocksville, Davie county, on Thursday, August 11th. The W. X. C. R. R. has been valued at $5,000 per mile for taxation. Rolling stock valued at $S1,5S0. It i thought that Genuanton will have telegraph couimur-ication with the outside world by August 1st. The contributions to the fund for the erection of an Episcopal Church at German ton now amounts to $348.09. The C. F. & Y. V. Railroad property, so far as finished in Stoke county, up to June 1st, has been assessed at $22,000. The Xormal School for Davie county will be held at Mocksville from July 18th to 29th. The faculty will be announced soon. Franklin College, Indiana, has conferred the degree of A. M. upon Rev. S. H. Thomp sen, principal of the HiKh Point Classical Institute. The Watchman says $24,000 of English money arrived in Salisbury last week to pay for the Parker, Biles and other mining property in Stanley county. The third annual meeting of the Baptist Orphanage Association will be held in the Orphanage Chapel at Thomasville on Wed nesday, July 27th. Everybody is invited to attend. Rev. T. J. 0"burn. President of the North Carolina Conference of the M. P. Church, will dedicate Byerly's Chanel. Da vie county, on next Sunday. The sermon will be preached at 11 a- m. The Mt. Airy Aeit- says fine wheat, fine rye, fine oats, and fine corn this year. It is a sure thing with all but corn, and the pros, pect for an abundant yield of that important product, is good enough for this season. Bishop Lyman will be present at the fol lowing places and times: July 12th. Tues day, p. in., Gennanton. July 14th. Thurs day, Walnut Cove, Consecration of Church. July lith, Sunday, Walnut Cove, Confir mation. Prof. Henry Louis Smith, who was elect ed at the late meeting of the Board of Tius tees to the Professorship of Physics in Dav idson College, has accepted the chair and will enter upon his duties at the openin of the next session. A carrier pigeon was killed near Lexing ton last week by Mr." C. L. Shoaf. The bird had a brass band around its left le marked V. II. 182. Its right wins was stamped with the following numbers : 9029, 9110, 9122, 913ti, 132, 9153. The left wing was marked with the number 9029. Mr. Shoaf did not know that the bird was a carrier pigeon, or he would not have killed it. Mr. H. J. Elam, of Greensboro, will issue about the first of August, in neat pamphlet form, a historical sketch of the "Battle of Guilford Court House," together with the Act of Incorporation of the Guilford Battle Ground Association, and such other infor mation relating to the same as will be of interest to the reading public. The Davie Timet says Prof. J. T. Alder man, Principal of Fork Academy, is col lecting material from which he expects to write a history of Davie county, if the peo ple of the county, who have papers, manu scripts, or documents, of any person, or any information relating to the early settling of the county, will assist him. It would "be a good work for the young people to form a historical society, and hunt up the papers and reminiscenses of by-gone days. The Piesident of the High Point Bank gives the total profit of the first six months' business to be $5,262. Of this amount ?762 have been applied to expenses, taxes, etc $1,000 to a surplus fund, $2,500 to the pay ment of a dividend and $1,000 carried as a balance of profits. This makes a profit of 9 per cent on the capital for the time which it has been employed. Indications are that the bank will largely increase its business next year, and in all probability have to increase its capital stock. Wednesday. June 29th, was a big day for Rockford. It was the anniversary of Maj. Crumpler's death and it was appropriately observed by unveiling a monument of North Carolina granite to his memory, (id. W. H. H. Cowles, his comrade-in-arms, deliv rl a beautiful and touching tribute to the memory of the gallant soldier. A large crowd, fully 1500, was in attendance and the lit. Airy band discoursed sweet music. The monument is about fifteen feet high and was chiseled at Kernersville. Personal Paragraphs. Mr-Julian Tise, of Danville, Va., is in the city shaking hands with old friends and acquaintances. -Mr. Geo. Bahnson, in company with Misses Mattie Bahnson and Emma Tucker, from Farmington, spent list Monday and Tuesday in Salem. The Lexington Dispatch says : "Mr. R. A. Womack, a former citizen of David son, but now of Winston, was in town las Saturday. He represents a Fredricksburg, Va., shoe house.". ' , The Salisbury Herald says: "Mr, R. L. Crowford, who has been travelling in Europe for the past two months, is shaking hands with his many friends in Salisbury. Bob says tht while he has had a deligh tful trip, America is hereafter good enough for him." - - - ; v Mr. II. R. Starbuck's graduating ora tion !s published in full by the Durham Plant and Union Republican. It will ba re membered that Mr. Starbuck was unable to deliver his urat ion on account of the sud den death ot his father. The subject of his oration was "The Transition Period" in our politics. The oration is thoughtful, earnest and vigorous and does great credit to Mr. Starbuck. We hope it is but an earnest of a future successful, career. Mr. Starbuck enters the famous law school of Col. Folk's at RiverSide, Caldwell county We feel wire that success is his. - GOSSIP FROM GREENSBORO. A Kreny Hatch of News froni the. -'City of Flower." Spcial Correxpon&ence of Tin Sentinel. Grkknsboro, July 4. Today is "the glorious fourth," but if you were here you would never know is. as Greensboro has either "got other fish to fry" or else there are too many unreconstructed rebels here to get up much of a hurrah over the glorious republic, and I guess it must be the latter, for Greensboro never did have a "fourth of July" to my recollection, but always picks herself up and goes off out of town to some body else's pow-wow, and the result is our city annals have nothing to show frem year to year but an inglorious blank between the 3rd and 5th of the month. We generally send you a good delegation to Winston on this occasion and you ought to have had your reputation program this vear for our especial accommodation, as a good many of our people wanted to go, several having asked me if you were going to have anv demonstration up there. As it Ls, all our patriotic dynamite will be let off at Ger maiiton to day, to which place an excursion goes this morning, carrying the Greensboro Cornet and, a batalliwu of orators, etc. The metropolitan airs that this town is putting on just at present are something sublime to look upon. Somehow it has got ten out and is "floating around in the atmos phere that there is A BIO FUTURE FOR OREEXSBORO just ahead, and in fact all the evidence cer tainly points that way. New people are coining here, the pro-uction is increasing, real estate is appreciating, there are no va cant stores or dwellings here, building is going on on a more extensive scale than ever before, Railroad facilities already of the best are increasing, the attention of peo ple and of the press at a distance is now turned toward the place more than eve r before, we ha7e a city board of twelve al dermen who understand their business and we are putting on city style accordingly. For instance, we passed an ordinance the other day prohibiting brass bands from playing on the street without a special per mit from the Mayor, two or three runaways having been caused by two colored bands discoursing melody on the street at the same time. Our electris light poles and wires are all up, some of the lights are already prepared and by the last of this week the town will be ablaze with electric lights. THE TOBACCO CONVENTION held here Saturday to decide upon a time and place for a State Convention of the To bacconists of North Carolina was attended by a good crowd, delegates being present from Raleigh, Durham, Henderson. Reids- ville and other points. The convention de cided upon Morehead City as the place for the State Convention, and August 17th as the time. Greensboro has a military comoanv with 34 men on the roll and Mr. R. D. Williams as Captain. They expect to have guns and uniforms at an early date. THE FIVE CENT SAVINGS BANK opened here Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and the deposits of the day amounted to over $5,000, which is ahead of Raleigh. Mrs Nellie S. Merimon was the first depos itor. For the past week or two. it has been un usually dull about town, the farmers all being so busy with their harvesting that they haven't got time to come to town. The wheat crop is reported better than anv since the war, and the starving country can certainly stand the biggest dispensation in the way of a crop that is a mind to come long just now. G. O. A. Bottle Fed Babies often surpass in robustness children who are thought to be more favored. A large number ... v tw.u ia' tueir cniiuren proper nutriment, and in such oases Lactated Food is all that can be desired. It is easily digested and aErrces with children of all ages- A i-redit-table aftair. Tho dinner that isut paid lor. : r c . ".inily Dyes in order to he of v."'-e must be pure, strong quick ofrcri. .- . to use. These reali ties are Oi. i :-. I . ;n the celeh-nl. .1' Dia mond Dyes ... i. exr.:j-" their pop ularity JSC .J. I !.,.., : --ach. A- alt druggists. I A Nevada man who started out to look lor a I ir ear found him in time for din .er tho nears dinner. Ob the Wing. Correspondence of Tte Sentinel. Akchdaie, Randolph County, June 27. Wheat harvest is over and there is a broad grin of satisfaction on the faces of the farmers of this section. Corn is looking well the fruit is ripeniner and seems to be abundant and delicious, and even the melon crop promises to be a success this summer. Archdale is enjoying its summer vacation. or rather rest. It is quiet not much news afloat ; business pretty active, though the sash and blind and shuttle factory is in full blast the teams still perform their dailv journey down into Randolph for lumber. 1). 31. f etty and M. Hammond, proprietors. are active men and do not allow their busi ness to push thera-but always push it. The spoke and handle factory and saw mill of this place, which has been idle so long, has been purchased by Dr. J. M. Worth, and will soon add additional life and energy to this pretty little village nest ling among me in us. The Randolph shoe factory still flourish- eth. Rev. J. R. Jones still edits the Prohi bition Leader with ability, filling it with solid facts, and Messrs. Lollin and White manage to print it weakly. Snap. Tobacco Market. Carefully Corrected Wekily by the 1'ROFKiETOit ) of One of the Wakehoi-ses ix Wisstox. Wisstok, June 29. Breaks are fair and prices continue good for all grapes and espec ially so for all rich, ripe and bright colory tobaccos. Lugs, Common Lugs, Medium Lugs, Good Lugs, Fine Leaf, Coin mon Leaf, Medium. Leaf, Good Cutters, Good Uutters, Fine ., Wrappers, Common Wrappers, Good.. .. Wrappers, Fine. 2.50(a, 4.00 5.00f 7.00 9.00(u.l2.00 1400 18.00 3.00(4 -00 7.00(i$ 10.00 12.00(015.00 18.00(025.50 27.50(035.00 2a.00(a,30.00 40.00(0,50.00 55.00 (a 65.00 BUSINESS NOTES. Wonderful cures by Ayer"s Sarsaparilla in every part of the land. Write for names' Ayers CherryPectoral invariably relieves, and, if taken in time, often cures consumption. Soul by all druggists. Price $1- Distress after eating, heartburn, sick head ache, and indigestion are cured by Hood's Sar saparilla. It also creates a good appetite. D. H. King's is the place to cool eft. His ice cream U the best in town and as for milk shakes, well, he can't be beat. Did you ever try Hoxie T It is nice and he keeps it. When you want the freshest, purest home made can dies remembar the place- D. II. King's- Soda Watar and Lemonade are good in hot weather. King keeps the coldest of the cold. ; ..Garrett's No. 11 cigar is having a big run and is a special favorite. The best 5a. smoke in town is Hicks' - choice. Smoke either you ohoose and don't forget tnat King keeps them both.. . . . : - Ayer"a Sarsaparilla, - operating theugh the blood, eradicates the scrofulous taint. Ayers Ague cure, is warranted to cure all malarial disorder!', when taken according to direction. Sold by all dealers in medicine. In our advertising eolnmns will be found a notice of the Medical College f Virginia an nouncing its fiftieth session. Young men who intend to adopt the medical profession shonld attend this old Home Institution for study and instruction. Its professors are among the best Medical talents in the State, and keep apace with all modern improvements known to the profession. Write fbr Catalogue. lte is the Idol of my Heart Well then, why don,t you do something to bring back tke roses to her cheeka and the light to her eyes? don't you see she is suffering from nevous debility, the result of female week bess? A bottle of Dr. Harter Iron Tonic will nrighten those pale cheeks and send new life through that wasted form. If you love her tase heed. "Yes," said Miss Popinjay, "1 have a beau, but I have had five years. He is nothing but a beau of promise. Y-u Who Lead Setleutary Lives will find great relief from constipation, head ache and nervousness, by taking Simmon's Liver Regulator. It is a simple, harmless.ve" etable compound, sure to relieve you. Persomi of sedentary habits often suffer with kidney affections. If they would maintain the strength of ihe digestive orgons anJ improve the quality of the blood l.y taking the Regulator it would restore the kidneys to health and vigor. The reason why negroes live to such an extreme old je th. t they don,t know exactly when they were born. Vigor and Vitality Are quickly given to every part of the body by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That tired feeling is entirely overcome. The biood is puriBed, en riched, and vitalized, and carries health in stead of disease to every organ. The stomach is toned and strengthened the appetite re stored. The kidneys and liver are roused and invigorated. The brain is refreshed, the mind made clear ready for work. Try it A correspondent writing to Pioche from sou them Lincoln says; "This is God,s own cou'n tryDecause no one else wants it. Many People refuse to. take Cod Liver Oil on account of its unpleasant taste. This difficulty has been overcome in Scott's Emclsiox of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites It being as palatable as milk, and the most val uable remedy known for the treatment of Con sumption, Scrofula and Bronchitis, General De bility, Wasting Diseases of Children, Chronic Coughs and Colds, has caused physicians in all parts of the world to use it. Physicians report our little patients take it with pleasure. Try Scott's Emulsion, and be convinced. Dr. Thom as nan, nony reeic, ua., says; "I am usin Scott's Emulsion in the case of a little child one year oici, wasting away, and it is lmprov in? fast. Before nothing would stjiv- in stomach, but the Emulsion agrees with it per- ieciiy. The papers are doing good service in expo ing the adulteration of drugs. The people will leave drugs alone some day and then they will never be sick. Greatly Excited. Not a few of the citizens of Winston have re cently become greatly excited over the astound ing facts, that scvcral'of their friends who had been pronounced by their physicians as incur able and lieyoud all hope sufl'eriug with that dreaded monster Co'nsiiiiiption have been completely cured by Dr. Kind's New IMscovery for Consumption, the only remedy that does positively cure all throat "and lung diseases, Coughs, Colds, .V-sthuia and itronclutis. Trial bottle free at V. O. Thompson's Drug Store, large bottles $1. The idea of a reckless man is one who ap pears on the street without his coat and a lot often cent cigars in his vest pocket. Wonderful Cures. W. I), lloyt & Co., Wholesale and lie tail Aril!rirists of ifrimp. tin anv- '. li I....n selling Dr. King's New Discovery. Klcctric 1, : i ti i.i jjiiiuia ami iucwieij's arnica oaiyc lor two years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, or give such universal satisfaction. Thnw Inini Ilium ..ot.. .'.. I.. I .. n.v....l ....... ...... i.wiiM. i jui v III in I 11 II I IT 1 1 by these medicines, in this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured bv use of a few Klcctric Hitters. Wu guarantee them always, olil by V. I ). Thompson. Yf-iinr i...nni. l...l;.. on..... n..i:...i.. :.,.. ! . i'ii".' ji'uiig lauiua w.t:iii ciuiivi V leg- erdemain seances. They reject their lovers so often that thev become oerfeet in Miirt i.l li ght of hand. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Ukst Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt itheuin. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles. or no pay .required. It is guaranteed to give penecfc sausmccion, or money reiunoea . rnce 25 cents per box. For sale by V. O. Thompson. It is but a step from the snblime to the ridic ulous and the Sunday night young man is apt to take it when her father comes in impetu ously at 11;30 o'clock- In Brief, and to the Point. Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver i8 misery. Indigestion is a foe to good nature. The human digestive apparatus is one of the most complicated and wonderful things in ex istence. It is easily put outof order. Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food, bad cookery, menial worry, late hours, irregular habits, and many other things which ought not to be, have made the American people a nation of dyspeptics But Green's August Flower h is done a wonder ful work in reforming this sad business and making the American people So healthy that they can enjoy their incals and be happy. Remember: So happiness without health. But Green's August Flower brings health and happiuess to the dyspeptic. Ask your druggists for a bottle. Seveuty-five cents. lift Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pu rity, strength and wholcsouieuess. Mere eco nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of -ow test, snort weight alum or phosphate pow ders. Sold only in can. Royal Bbkinu Pow- d CO., 100 w an St., Y tocnr-torSp janSO ly, 1 - FOB Sick Headache, S s if".. FUiousness. :W-r Constipation. The sore Ztyspepsia people feel. However light may be thfcir meal, . Should ne'er be suffered to repose , And breed a train of graver woes, ; ; When perfect health they may secure Through TARRANT'S SELTZER safe and sure. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS ! 0? fl ALTER JULY 15th the TAX. nooks will be placed in the hands of my Deputies for collection. Cost will be added in eaeh case after that .late. 1 hoie that all will come and pay their taxea before July lath and save cost. This is last extentiou I am allowed to give l.y tgo Commissioners. July 7th-2t Sheriff of Forryth County. NOTICE. A MEETING of the Board of County Oom .missiones will be held at the court house in Winston on Mondar, July 11, 1837, to revise various tax books of n.ni. ...i ' , ,i .,, , ,, "'j, mi auu wnere they will lifcir ul 1 ,vi.,.,i;.,. .,: . ' ""proiier Assess ments and correct any e-rhr that mav ppjar, and allow parties to list their taxeit who have mm lira 4 cuanca to uo so. D P fST July 5th, '87 I. Clerk Board County Com A DMINISTRATOR'S SOTICE. - Having -fi qualified as admisarator upon the estate of Peter Martin. ilonM oil .... i - , . . . : ' iwwa oa mg claims against said estate are hereby notified to pre sent the same to the undersigned for pavment. duly authenticated, on or before the 10th day of June, 1898, ov this notice will be ,.lead in tar of recovery. Also all persons owin said estate are requested to make immediate pav- ",eTnt- ,oc- A" B-KEflilEJI.AdiuV lime 10, I.8S7. junl0-Br A DMINISTRATOR'S XOTICE.5.Tin", XI analiUHil a i. m i.:.-i.i. . .. .i... - . . John Lanier, dee'd, all persons holdsng claims against said estate are hereby notified to pre sent the same to the undersigned for payment, on or before the 14th day of June, 1888, duly autheiit.cated, or this notice will be plead in bar ot r.H.-overy. Also all persons owing said estate are requested to make immediate settle-mernt- ,.o- R- B. KERXER, Adm'r. June 14, 1887. iunlfi-r A DJUJNioTKATOR'S NOTICE. Having -X qualified 3 Administrator, with the wiii annexed upon the estate of Erastus M. Adams, deed., all persons holding claims aguinst said estate are liereby notified to present the same to the undersigned for payment, duly authen ticated on or before the 10th day June, 1888 , or this notice will be plead in bar of recovery. Also all persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment t ,1- R. B. KERNER, Adm'r. June 16, 18Si. with the Will annexed. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Havin qualified as Administrator of the estate of Calvin Foy, dee'd., a!! personr holding claims against said estate are hereby notified to pre sent the same to the undersigned for payment On Or hpfnro Hi 91,1 J T... man ' ii ,. -,. , uiie, laan or mis notice will be plead in bar of recovery. Also ... iiv.ovmi ui,iu8 sum eaaie are requested to make immediate payment. 1L B. Kkrxke. June 52. 9". ft i '. ' -nuiuiuisiruLor. A Delightful Summer Resort. Ton-ya-wath-a Springs Hotel, MADISON', WIS. Accommodations for 350 aruests. Splendid Boating, Fishing and Hunting. Ur.ls. GOOD TABLE, MINERAL SPRINGS. Rates ifi.30 per day; 112.50 to $15.00 per week. tlVf M wMlliil " - ' - m. i-,iiiit. niauilKr, Hotel Roselund. Jacksonville, r'la. 21-3m. North Cao una, 1 T ,. FOBSYTH Coi STY, j In 11,6 SuPeri'- rt. A. II. Eller, Adm'r., de bouix nou of Jerry Stockton, deceased, I VS. Lewis Starbuck, Sallie Bittiii" and her husband Henry Bittiug, Lucy Mack and her husband ; Xotict. chris. Mack, Lettie Smith and her husband Wm. Smith, Nath an Blum and Sit'ax Adams, I heirs ot Jerry Stockton, deceas ed- j THE defendents alxive named will take not ice that a special nroceedinir entitled as above has been commenced in. the Superior court of Forsyth county, to sell land for assets, and they arc required to appear at my office at me court house in Winston on Saturday the 6th day of Aueust. 1887. ami answer or demur to the complaint tn said special proeoeding or whs fjuuubiti win appiy u me oun lor relief demanded in said complaint. juncaj, ishi. c. is. Hacsrk, t. S. C. 25 6t North Carolina, ) , Forsyth County' 1 In Superior Court. Jt. B. Ktrncr, Adm'r of 'j Calvin Foy, deceased. VS. Margaret Foy and the J jxotivt. Heirs-at-law of Calvin j Foy (names and resi- ) dences unknown.) rilHE heirs-at-law of Calvin For will X notice that an action entitled as above been commenced iu the Suiierior Court of For syth county for the purpose of soiling real esUte to pay debts; and the said defendants will fur ther take notice that thov arc to appear at the court house in Winston, N. C, befWre the under signed on the 2d day of August, 1887, and an swer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court tor the ud complaint. take has relief demanded insau June 23, 1887. C. 2i0t S.II AI'SRR, C. S. C. R. B. KERNER, A tt o r n e v at Law, AND) General Life and Tire Insurance Agent, REPRESENTING the following good and reliable Companies : St. Paul, of St. Paul, Minn. Mercantile, of jviooue, Ala. fen Mutual, ot Philadelphia, rnn. Insurance Company of Virgina, Rich mond, Va., and Travelers Accident ol Hartford, Conn. Total assets 822,615,026.00. Respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. Office up st?irs in Bitting Block. -2m. R. B. KERNER. S. E. ALLEN'S CORNER. Can Yon Aflcml to use a heavy Iron lice when you can get a handled Su el Hoc of S. E. Allen for 35 c. ? Can You Aflbrtl to cut your meadows by the tetlions and slow process of a grass blade when you can go to Allen's Hard ware Store and get the best Mower made for $65 ? Can You Afford to weary yourself an 1 horse down with an old Plow while Al len will sell you the Uoss Plow for $3.25 ? Can You Afford to come to town on a hard piauk wlisn you can get a pnir of Seat Springs of Allen for 85 c? Can You Afford to only make one furrow when you can make two for 2.25 ? Can You Afford to only make two furrows when you can plow a row for 22.50? Can You Afford to let your grain make just what it will when you can get a gooti narrow to work it lor $10 f Can You Afford to make visits or do light work with a he.avy wagon when you can get of S. E.'Allek a Bug gy from 65 to 120 dollars ? Can You Afford to stay, behind your thrifty neighbor while S. E.Allen keeps machinery lor you ? - Can You Afford to go in the steps ot your dadies' when men of brains have been thinking' and making labor saving implements for you thus giving jrou a good chance to make money and time to read and rest ? Chronic Catarrh destroys the sense of smell and taste, consumes the cartilages or the nose, and, unless properly treated, hastens Its victim into Consumption. It usually In- dicates a scrofulous condition of the sys tem, and should be treated, like chronic ulcers and eruptions, through the blood. The most obstinate and dangerous forms of this disagreeable disease Can be cured by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I have always been more or less troubled with Scrofula, but never seriously until the spring of 1S82. At that time I took a severe cold in my head, which, notwith standing all efforts to cure grew worse, and finally became a chronic Catarrh. It was accompanied with terrible head aches, deafness, a continual coughing, and with great soreness of the lungs. My throat and stomach were so polluted with the mass of corruption from my head that Lioss of Appetite, Dvspepsia, and Emaciation totally unfitted me for busi ness. I tried many of the so-called spe cifics for this disease, but obtained no relief until I commenced taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using two bottles of this medicine, I noticed an improvement in my condition. When I had taken six bottles all traces of Catarrh disappeared, and my health was completely restored. A. B. Cornell, Fairfield, Iowa. For thoroughly eradicating the poisons of Catarrh from the blood, take Ayer's Sar saparllla. It will restore health and vigor to decaying and diseased tissues, wheu everything else fails. Prepared hy Dr. J. C. Ay er & Co., Lowell, Uua. Catarrh Is usually the result of m neglected "v,1.1 In the head," which causes an inflam mation of the mucous membrane of the nose. Unless arrested, this inflammation produces Catarrh which, when chronic, becomes very offensive. It is inn " 1 to be otherwise healthy, and, at the same time, afflicted with Catarrh. When promptly treated, this disease may be Cured J "J'-l LJtll 31 1 1411 11 11. i. My appetite was very poor, ami I felt miserably. Xone of the remedies I took using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, of which 1 hava vinn 42a. o 1 . ..ail mt i . has disappeared, and I am prowinir (at ruiiif . i 1 1 uikni n .... : .. . . . . ' - "s-u'i i iv Hiipeiite lias returned, and my health is fully restored. oubuii j. r, . vook, smtj Aioanv street, Boston Highlands, Mass. I was troubled with Catarrh, and all Its attendant evils, for several years. I tried various rempflioa tt,l .oU ....... .i i . ........ h,.u nwi UCaiCU UT a number of pbysieians, but received no benefit until I commenced taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A few bottles of Borne complaint, and completely restored Holman's Mills, Albermarle, N. C. If you would strengthen and luvigorata your system more rapidly and surelv than by any other medicine, use Aver's Sar- saparilla. Tt is thf? finffXit anil mstct MII.1.U .ft blood purifiers. No other remedy is so enective in cases of chronic Catarrh. Bold by all Sruggiata. Trise 1 : ix bolile.. . Medical College of Virginia, RICHMOND. FIFTIETH SESSION COMMENCES OCTOBER 37, 1887, CON1INUES SIX MONTHS. BgL-For further information write for Catalogue. July 7 2m Professor of Surgery. Dean of Facultv. m J SI SI SAVED I EVERY DAY BY THOSE WHO DEAL WITH W. T. CARTER & CO., The Leaders in Low Prices on Boots and Shoes, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. SPECI AL BARGAINS oilered in the great reduction iu prices of Parasols, Ladies Slipivrs, the best IU Stock lor S1.00. original nrin 9 in IliliUoml nn,l, T...l.. I- ilr,'.- . , - ' . o i ' - ' -i..ni.i:o ,uu ui: II 13 DUUin Hi almost your own figures. Kemnatits in Dress Goods, Lawns. Calicos, Funt Goods. Ac . at les than coat to rlow TrnnL-. u,,il v.,i;0w in ..n .. i . - - - 6i a uoiot iu urain, r lour, meal. Chops, Bran and bhip tull at Mill prices. Call to see us and secure bargains. "u,y " very llespcctfully, y. T. ( ARTKU . CO., Winston, X. C. 8-tt ARDEN SEEDS! A Fresh Supply of LANDRETH BUIST GARDEN SEEDS, Onion Sets, &c, at DR. V. 0. THOMPSON'S DRUG STORF WINSTON, N. C PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE. Buggies! Buggies!! Buggies!! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Car Load of Buggies, which we oiler at $:'. 01), $00.00 and $75.00. Phietons, Spring Wagons, Jump Seat Buggies. Call and see one of the best lines of Buggies, Ac, ever offered in this place. Xo trouble to show them. BROWN, ROGERS & CO., Dealers in Hardware, Harness, Machinery' Paints, Stoves, etc. Agents for Tyson Sc Jones' Buggies. 11-ly LIDDELL & CO., CHARLOTTE, N. C. The LiMell Variable Feel Saw Mill, THE MOST POPULAH SAW KILL Ylll Circulars and Prices Sent on Application. The Boss Cotton Press. OVER 2,500 IN USE. The Most Convenient and Safest Press in the Market. Wkite fob Descriptive Circulars and Price List. 17-Bm LIDDELL & CO., Mention this paper. Charlotte, N. C. SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT. BY Virtue of a Decree of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, on SATURDAY, 16TH DAY OF JULY, at one o'closk, P. M., I will offer for sale the HOUSE and LOT of John Lanier, lying in the Western portion of Winston, N. C, along the road leading from Fries' factory to Fourth street in Winston, and adjoining the lands of J- L. Patterson, E. Gray and others. Teems or Sale. Six months credit, with bond and approved security. Title retained nntil payment of purchase money. R. B. KERNER, . Adm'r of John Laneir. June 16-td?. ' -ww W" if Jt "Rictau Me Swtem CONDENSED SCHEDULE, Trains Kmi l.y ;:, .t.-. Mci iilian Time. NoKViTKOl sir" I tlTlllilH'.ljT IMllV I ll.llly I I l;aily I ,,.,nv Ar- -r- l.v. 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FOR PUTTY, go to Ashcraft & Owens, Druggists. WINSTON, N. C. i2tf ADMINIST.RATO.B'S JfOTICE. Having qualified as Administrator upon the eetate of Nancy Brown, dee'd, all persons holding claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same to the undersigned for pay ment duly authenticated on or CeforeJ.be 23d day of June, 1888, or this noUoe will be plead in bar of recovery. Also all persons owing said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. ii. B. JCcrasc, AdmV. June 22, 188T.-,2Jot. . -