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THE WESTERN SENTINEL: THUSRDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1887.
IN OITY AKD COUNTY. DASHES HKRE AM THERE BY OUR REPORTER. Last Uek' Occurrences lu City aud County Narrated In Condensed Paragupba. Accessions to the Salem Female Acade- my are made almost daily. The senior class uow numbers thirty-odd. Holy Communion was administered at the morning services of both the Centenary M. E. and M- P, Churches Sunday. Chestnuts are beginning to roll in from the "big hill country" and are being dis posed of readily at f 2.50 per bushel. Mr. L. I. Iline has been qualified a9 administrator of F. R. Burkhard, deceased, and inserts a notice elsewhere to that effect. Ker. S. D. Franklin returned home Monday on a visit to 1U family. We regret to learn of his health 'eing somewhat im paired. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Payne left our city Monday for a few days visit among rela tives and friends in Danville, Va., after which they will return to their home in Washington City. Mr. W. T. Johnson went South on Monday to sell "Red Elephant" tobacco. "Wiley'' and his tin fif are always good oompany and moreover "Wiley" is an ex ceedingly clever fellow. Our young friend, Dr. Ham. Horton has fitted np an office in one of the apart ments of the city flats, in Salem, and is pre pared to do all kinds of tooth carpentering. We wish him success. ,Mr. C. B. Watson and family have moved into their handsome new residence on Old Town Street. It is a beauty and the painting reflects credit upon Messrs. Clump ier A Petree, who did the work. Mr. Jesse Riggs received a slight stroke of paralysis while at work in his shoe shop on Saturday morning. The attack, we are pleased to state, was only slight and Mr. Riggp is again able to return to his work. A stone was thrown through one of the large windows of Messrs Vaughn & Pep per's new store Saturday night. Such an act deserves punishment and the one who did it will find the law strict should he be found out. Capt. Ed. M. Pace, a former citizen of Winston, but now of Danville, Va., has bean elected Secretary of the Grand Leaf Tobacco Fair an-i Trade Display, which will be held in the latter city on November 34th, 25th and 26th. Mr. II. W. Pegram, travelling sales man for a New York house, spent several days in the city this week. Henry has many friends here who are please! to learn from him that his fall trade in North Carolina has been large and satisfactory. Mr. Thomas Patterson was tendered a very pleasant surprise party last Saturday night, it being the occasion of his 30th birthday; Many friends gathered at his resi dence to wish him a long life and make him the recipient of many nice presents. Mr. T. A. Wiles left Saturday for High Point, where he has leased a tobacco ware house for the coming year. Mr. W. under stands thoroughly the warehouse business and we predict for him success in his new field. His warehouse, he says, will be styled the "Anchor." The Twin-City Reform Club held a very interesting meeting in their new hall last Thursday night. Several new members were added to the roll, and the indications are that through the efforts of the members, accessions will continue to be made to the temperance cause. Mr. A. Kennedy left our city Monday for Louisville, Ky., where he will take charge of a large furniture establishment in that city, Mr. K. is a good citizen and Winston's loss will be Louisville's gain. His sou . Robert will raiaidii here for a month, yet settling up the business of his father. I. Leopold, the cigar aaan, is now busy with his new machine. It makes 3,000 ci gars per day. Mr. Leopold now has orders for all he can make. Bestdes the machine he keeps about eight or ten hands busy and is turning out a large quantity of "smokers." He makes good goods aud deserves good patronage. Our clever young friend, Mr. C. S. WaUon, of W. L. Franklin & Co., left for Greensboro Monday, where he has opened up a branch store under the firm name of C. S. Watson & Co. Mr. W. is a competent young business man and together with his genial manners, we predict success for the new firm in the "City of Flowers." The series of revival meetings at the M. P. Church are still in progress and the interest manifested remains unabated. The sermons of Rev. Mr. Coe are able and con vincing and as a result of the services some twenty persons have made a profession of religion, and of this number, about fifteen have connected themselves with the church. Emamial Long, an esteemed colored man, who has served faithfully for a number of years as brakeman on the Salem branch road, dropped dead on last Fiiday evening while at his work near the depot. Heart disease, it is thought, was the cause of his sudden death. His burial took place at the eoloreil Cemetery Sunday evening, and was attended by a largo circle oFTriends. A negro lad, named Stevens, was found in one of the back rooms of the "City Flats" n Salem Sunday evening and his actions proved clearly that be was there for the purpose of doing thievish work. He was caught by Mr. F. A. Coleman, in whose room he was found, and turned over to the proper authorities. A large bunch of keys were found in hi possession. Stern justice waits such character at the next term of court. Next Monday night will be the first anniversary of the Young Men's Prayer Meeting. One year ago it was inaugurated . by Rev. J. K. Scroggs and since then -has done noble work. It is in a no jle cause and TiiK Semtihel bids it God-speed. The meeting will be held in the annex of the Centenary Methodist Church and will be addremel by Prof. W. A. Blair, Rev. John McCuuton and others. The public, espe cially the young men, are most cordially in rited. -'- Winstow can boast of not only the lar gest hotelist in the State but no doubt the must generous-hearted "one, in the person of Mr. W. R. Vickers, proprietor of the Foun- lain and Merchant's Hotels. As a sample of his hospitality he tendered a free oy Uer upper at the Merchant's Saturday night where hundred of oar people partook of his generosity free of cost. Such a man , deserves both success and comment. The best wishes of all who partook of Mr. Vick - era liberality Saturday night attend him. Read Trustee's sale of valuable land in this issue. MofeSrs- Abhcraft & Owens' uew sign is a beauty. Get your gun, you can shoot birds after the 1 "th. The new crop is selling at good prices bring on your tobacco. . Mrs. Josie Parker, of High Point, is visiting her parents on Liberty Street. Mr. Drew Patterson, of Salem left last week for Chapel Hill to enter the Universi ty. Drummers with their lines of Christ mas goods are leginning to make their appearance. Judge Wilson now occupies his hand some new residence on Second ctreet be tween Liberty and Main. The Fall term of Forsyth's Superior Court opens on Monday, the 23rd inst. Judge Gilmer will preside. Our popular hardware men, Messrs. Brown, Rogers & Co., have a change in their ad. this week. Read it. Mr. Harvey Giersh will commence in a few days the erection of a handsome resi dence on Main Street in Salem: - i The marriage of Mr. Junius Starbuck to Miss Mollie Butner will take place at the Moravian Church in Salem to-night. Internal Revenue Collections of the Winston branch office for the month of! September amounted to $52,747.22. Miss Kate Johnson, daughter of W. T: Johnson, of Salem left on Monday night's train for the Gastonia Female College. The Forsyth Riflemen will have a prize drill next Monday night at which a gold medal will be awarded to the best drilled man. The Salem bone mill is now turning out bone-meal for the farmers. This means more employment for idle hands and good fertilizers for the farmers. We ate glad to note its success. County Superintendent A. J. Butner writes us to give notice that the next term for examining Public School te achers will be held at the Courthouse in Winston on the 13th, 14th and loth inst. "Yes, you do," is the heading of the new ad. in this issue of Me ssrs. Fuller & Durham, who carry a large, handsome and low-priced siock of dry goods, etc. These gentlemen deserves patronage, and by an examination of their goods and prices, rea der, you will not fall to buy. Peruse their advertisement carefully. The Salem paper mill, operated by Messrs. Scranton & Lee, is booming. It has orders ahead and is running day and night. It makes Manilla wrappers of all grades, white wrappers and news. It expects soon to turn out a ton and a half per day. This is an enterprise which reflects credit upon our community. It is one of tke smaller industries which Nortn Carolina needs. Mr. Walter W. Moore, a painter by trade, tnd withal a clever and industrious young man, left last week for Anniston, Ala. From a letter received here we learn that he is highly pleased and found employment immediately after his arrival in the "boom ing" city. Notwithstanding these facts we will wager that there are still attractions in Winston for Mr, W., sufficient to assure his return in the near future. Mrs. O. A. Keehln, after a lingering illness of several .months, died in Salem on last Friday, aged 52 years. The deceased was a daughter of the late Bishop Bahnso n, and sister to Dr. II. T. and W. B. Bah niton. She leaves several children to mourn the loss of a devoted mother. We extend con dolence to the bereaved relatives. She left the bright and cheering thought, that their loss was her eternal gain. The funeral and burial rvteea, conducted by Rev. Dr. Rondthaler, were very impressive and at tended by a large number of sympathizing friends. The exercises of the Salem Home Sun day School last Sunday evening were very interesting to the large number of visiting friends of the school present. Besides a re view of the lessons for the third quarter, singing, recitations, etc., added pleasure to the evening program. The Salem Home Sunday School is a model one, and none are due more credit for its success than its wor thy and efficient Superintendent, Col. F. H. Fries. At the close of the exercises, $23.00 were appropriated to Moravian congrega tions in the county for the erection of a new chu rch, etc. Our esteemed friend, Mr. N. A. Sted man, was united in marriage yesterday to Miss Mary Poindexter, the handsome and accomplished grand-daughter of Gen. J. F. Poindexter of this county, at whose residence the ceremony was performed by Rev. H. O. Lacey. After the ceremoney and congratu lations of friends the happy pair left for several days visit among relatives and friends of the groom in Wake county, after which they will return to Winston to live The newly-wedded couple have Tub Sen tinel's best wishes for a bright and pros perous voyage through life. Tl E PIEDMONT SECTION. ITh if S OF NEWS FROM NEAK - BY COUNTIES. A ' 'aversaek of Happenings Gathered 1 rem Various Sections In Piedmont North Carolina. I stated that lieidsville has a horse 50 yea old. There are 18 prisoners in the Rocking ham county jail. Rockingham county has fif teen pension, ers oa Uncle Sam's purse. Reidsville's new reception room will be opened for the public this week. The New Garden Fair witl be hald on their grounds on the 26th cf October. The excursionists from Greensboro to the Pilot Mountain last Friday numbered aboi.t 600. The Iron Bound Bucket Co., of Rcidsvill WU1 have their buckets on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition. 15.000 tons of steel rails have been reoei ved at Wilmington, for the Mt. Airy ex tendi on of the C. F. A Y. V. railroad. The Richmond & Danville Railroad Co. will take the stoves from their cars and heat up same with steam from the engine. Miss Nancy Blaylock died at Smith Grove, Davie county, Tuesday evening of last week, of consumption. Aged about 25 years. The Mt. Airy mail facilities have been greatly benefitted by the railroad. ' Any thing mailed at Greensboro reachas Mt. Airy the same day. As a result of the revival meeting in Mt Airy, which closed last week, there wero about sixty conversions and between forty and fifty accessions to the church. Maj. John Mertz, the husband of Miss Maria Nail, and the smallest man in the world, has given up the show business, and has settled at Blackmer P. O., Sevan cou nty, where he will merchandise. A big re-union ot Confederate vsterani is to be held at Boone, Watauga Co., on the 20th , 21st, ana 22nd of October. Col. Cow lea of Wilkesboro, and many other distinguish ed speakers will be present to make ad dresses. Federal Court for the Western District of North Carolin.i convened at Greensboro last Monday, and will continue two weeks, Judge R. P. Dick presiding. The new Court House will be used for the first time for court purposes. The Principals of Oak Ridge Institute will take their school on a picnic to the Pi lot Mountains at. their mid-term heliday, October 14. They will go on a special ex cursion train on the C. F. & Y. V. R. R. A limited number of the friends of the school can go. The Teachers and friends f ElttUn of Davie county are reusst1 to asset ia Mocksville on Saturday, October 8th, lor the purpose of organizing a Teacheis C. un til for the county. A full attendance is nec essary to thorough organization. All who are interested in the education and enlight enment are cordially and earnestly invited. We learn from the Chronicle that the crost-sectioning of the railroad at Wilkes ; boro is being pushed forward. Tha v ork cons! -is in permanently fixing the road-bed, meaH.iring the depth of cuts, the hoight of fills, Ac. They hope to reach E'.kin in th rec weeks or less time. As soon as work is ready there will be a largs number of hands placed on the line. The Roanoke Si Southern R. R. From a letter from a prominent ra ilroad man in Ronnoke, Va., to one of our fore most citizens, we gain the information that Mr. Lomax says the Bullock Construction Company haven't the slightest idea of giv- iug up the survey, but will rapidly push it to completion. Invite Uim to Winston. Rev. R. G. Pearson, the noted evangelist and minister cfthe Cumberland Presbyte rian Church at Starkeville, ML-is., will be in Salisbury to open his meetings under the uspices of the Young Meu's Christian As sociation, of that place, on Sunday, October 16th. Services will be held three times a day morning, noon and night. Mr. Pearson, it will be remembered, con ducted for several weeks, and very success fully too, a protracted meeting in Charlotte last year. He is said to be unsurpassed as a revivalist and his labors are always blessed with rich results. Would it net bo a good idea to extend an invitation to him to visit Winston before his return home? What say our ministers and people regarding it ? Organise It at Once. The Young Men's Christian Association of Reidsville numbers about 75 members. Winston had such an organization a few years past that had a large membership and their meetings were intensely interesting and edifying. Would that the organisation could be revived. By all means let it be. A room and all incidentals can be gotten from the Twin-City Reform Club at the low cost of $1.50 per month, and the expense to each member would only be nominal. There are hundreds of young men in Winston' Salem who would be vastly benefitted, and we hope for its early re-organization. The Winston Mocksville R. R. People every day ask : "What about the Winston-Mocksville branch?" The truth of the matter is that there are some legal difficulties to overcome before the road can be built- Exactly what these are and when . they will be removed, probably isn't known outside of the R. & D. Company. However, the Company expects to remove the obstruc tions toon and build the road. More we do not know nor cannot say. A Handsome Display. If there is one thing the feminine heart dotes on, besides handsome men, it is feath ers, flounces anj fancy furnishings. Last Saturday night it doted, extensively, on a perfect blaze of satins, silks and surahs and a whole flock of feathers at Ryttenberg's. It was "Opening" night and before darkness had fallen the Trade Palace was one gleam of light and beauty. The incandescent lamps shed floods of light, which was re flected from the costliest fabrics and thou sands of gleaming buttons, glasses and bi jourie of nameless patterns. Altogether it wae a sight to make femeninity smile and then the sweet strains ot John Varilla's Italian string band made it doubly pleasant. Throughout the evening the house was crowded by the city's fairett, and it was an event in the social as well as the business world. Mr. Rvttenberg deserves the support and patronage ot our people. He keeps one of the most elegant establishments in the State and one that is a credit to the Twin-City. 'We trust that his efforts to please will meet with a full and hearty appreciation. B(ss Work Monday. . The Piedmont Reduction Company, of Thomasville, began work last Monday. The works are extensive. The plant cost $50, 000. The mines are at Silver Valley, in Davidson county, twelve miles distant, and a log road has been constructed between the two points. The mines yield a com plex ore sine, lead, gold, silver and some eopper" The works will reduce this and will make pig-lead and refined zinc, and the gold and silver will also be secured Mr. Slater, of Baltimore, is the president of the com puny which owns the mines and works, and the stockholders are nearly all Baltimore capitalists. A Disgrace to tha Town. Editor Sentincl : I wish to call the attention of the proper authorities, through your columns, to the disgraceful conduct and language that is see a and heard by passers-by, around and near the saloon kept on Fourth Street near the railroad. It is a disgrace to our community, as aliuoit at any time you can find a crowd of negroes, (wo men and men) collected around this de bauchable place using such language as to reflect discredit to themselves and to the community. I hope that our town officers will keep a vigilant aye upon such persons and give them the benefit of tha law. Such conduct is the result of bar-rooms, and can not be denied. Citizsx. The Winston-Wilkerboro mallroad. Only twenty-two hands are now oa the Winston end of the road asd ;th people are beginning to ask why reinforcements are not put on. The reason is this : " The road, as now purveyed through the city will pass through and spoil several valuable lots and necessitate the removal of several houses: Of course this right of way can't be gotten without indemnification to the preperty holders. It is now the purpose of tha di rectors of the road to pursue a slightly dif ferent route through the city, so that the right of way will cost very little or nothing, Mr. M. O. Hankins, "who will be the resident engineer, is expected in the city every day. As soon ahe arrives .and the right of way is secured, a large force of hands will be put on. As it now stands, it would be too expensive to put many hands to work out in the country, the cost of battl ing supplies and implements would be too heavy. - Let our people be patient, and rest upon the assurance from the company that rtha road will be completed within fifteen months. - Commissioner's Court Dots. Our County Fathers met Monday with ench member of the Board present. Be low we give the business of interest trans acted by them. J. J. Thompson was allowed $3.50 for firemen's badge, which was lost in the burial of Belle Wade, and found by him. Sallie D. Porter was ordered to be sent to the poor honse as a county charge. The matter of petition for a change of a part of the Clemmonsville public road, on the lands of Henry Johnson, was taken up for a final hearing, and after hearing all the evidence on both sides, the Board de cided to appoint a jury consisting of the fol lowing named gentlemen Messrs. William Jarvis, Samuel Robertson, Ransom Sink, Len Ketnerand Thomas Jones to examine the ground over which the proposed road is to be run, and if a majority of the said jury see projiei to make the desired change, that they proceed to lay out the road, so chang ed, assess damages to the owners of lands, if any, and report their proceedings to the Board at their meeting on the first Monday in November, 1887. In the matter of the petition of citizens of Belews Creek, against the C. F. & Y. V. Railroad, Col. J. T. Morehead, counsel for the road, appsared before the Board and stated that the railroad company had bnilt a good dirt road around the hill, instead of bridge across the railroad cut. It wa6 agreed that T. J. Valentine, one of the com missioners, would meet a representative of the road at that point and that they should settle the whole matter as to whether the road built by the railroad company should be accepted, in lieu thereof, when put in geod condition. Last Thursday night, at about lOo'cl ock the dread iuessenger called and bore away Mr. Lee W. Masien. Mr. Hasten had not yet reached the mile-stone that marks the highest point in life's pathway and the shadows were still sloping toward the west. Young, active and almost a model of manly strength and power, he wna stricken just when the world promised brightest. Thir ty-three years had rolled away and found him in the seeming enjoyment of health and strength. Suddenly death's call to which at some day we must all answer, summoned him across into the silent land. leaving behind him a weeping mother, wife, sister, brothers and daughter. For these the sympathy of the community goes out and shares with them their sad bereavrment. His death was sudden, occurring after less than a week's illness. He lies in the Cemetery beside his father, Gel, Joseph Masten, formerly a member of the Legislature from Forsyth county. - Although he is gone and the cloud is dark, behind it is the clear sunlight of God's mercy shining for all and for aye, and we must bow in submission to His will, Let us hope that when resurrection morn shall come his name shall be enrolled among the blessed and that he shall ba among the glad throng of the saved. SESflBBBSBSSBsSSBSSSSBSSBSsWBBBBSjBSSBBKI Icra Throat. is particularly favorable to the contraction ef Diphtheria. Heed the warning, and use Darby's Prophylactic Fluid. It at onoe allays the inflammation of the throat, subdues the pain and gives permanent relief. It promptly ana eneciuaiiy aesiroys ail contagion and diphtheritic germs. It'is a safeguard against Diphtheria, t nd should be ued on the first symptoms of sore throat aa a gargle. Is CMMunptles fncrlltl Read the following ; MrC. H. Morris, Xew ark. Ark., ssvb: "Was ilown with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable consumptive. Began taking Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and aula to over see the work on my larm. It is the 11 nest med icine ever made," Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says:, "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung trou bles. as given np by doe tori. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sac: pie bottles free at V. O. Thompsons Drug Store. Electric BIMsrs, Thisreraedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used Klectric Bitters sin the same song; of praise, A purer mod .cine does not exist andit is guaranteed to do all that is claim ttd. Klectrie Bitters will cure all diseases of he Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples. Boils, Salt Rbeuni and other affections caused by impure blood. will drive Malaria from th system and prevent as well as cure all Mala rial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipa tion aud Indjgestion try Electric Bitters. En tire satisfaction guaranteed, or mom; refund ed. -Price 60 cts. and 11.00 per bottle at V. O. Thompsons Drag Store. auBsptlost, Scrofalu, Osssrsl Debility, Wasting Diseases of Children, CU.on ie Coughs, and Bronchitis, can be cured by the use of SCOTT'S EMULSION of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophdsphites. Prominent physi cians use it, and testify to its great value. Please read the following: "I used Scott's Emulsion for an obstinate cough Hemorrhage, Loss of Appetite, Emaciation, Sleeplessness Jec All of these have now left, and I believe your Smolsion has saved a case of well-deveioped Consumption." T. J. Fiidlbt, M. D., Lona Star, Texas. "I have for several years nsed Scott's Emulsion, and find it to act well in Consumption and Scrofula, and other eoudi tii ns lequiring a tonic of that 01888." J. B. Bdbtom,. Valdosta, Ga. REVERIES IN SMOKE. If every flower's ;'.n emblem, as you say, And every t a -i uggests a separate feeling ; i f t85 wvuol: 'ueath t he cypress grey, . And love iro Q out a rosebud may be s-eal- ing; If colors. W, express one's state of mind, And Nature's tints can speak of human !!;, i. n ; If hopt; s tiii; livery in green we find, Ana Je&i.ms brings yellow into fashioD, ev-cf-xirt, in my heart. shall grow AUki!idsof Tobacco plunte, whose hues liiie manna In giving one box. of cigars, to show xhry the best, the finer! smoke Lec pol'.'s Havana. Sept. 22 4t. BUSINESS NOTES. Avi-i-'s Saraaparilla, sending the brain pure bIoo-1, iakes sound both minaand jbody. P xaples, boils and other humors are liable to appear when the blood gets heated. To cure them, take Hood's Saraaparilla. MMarial disorders as often attack residents r, . 0ltl0S M of tho country. Ayer's Ague - - ""umu sale ana certain specihc. Tho sreat success of man v nronea AvwnLw by B. P- Johnson 4 Co., of Richmond, is a pret ty gxd evidence of the excellence and popu larity of the books they offer through their as"iits. This is a reliable house, and any con trt.it made with them you can depend on will Fanners and others wTin li tune for the next few months will find it to thrtr interest to write to B. F. Johnston A Co., of Richmond, whose advertisement appears in another column. They ofler great inducemonte to persons to work for them all or part of the lilllC Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salts in t!r w.n-i r.,r Bruises. Sores, fleers, salt Ri., mi,, iv, . ?" Tetter. Chapped Jland.-i. C jili.l :n C"r-.o Vm.i li Skin Eruptions, and poeiti civ caipei Pilei or no pay required. It is trnaniritcod to c-ire perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rice 26 cents per boi. For sale by V. O. Thoi&-4on. Give Them a Chance ! That is to sav. your limes. Also all vnnr breathing machinery. Vei v wonderful 'm. chincry it is. Not only the 'a rice r air pas sages, but the thousand- of little tubes and cavities leading from them. tv ncn mcae are closed and choked with matter vhich ouirht not to be there, vour lunas can not half do their work. And what thev do. they cannot do well. Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia, ca tarrh, consumtion or any of the family or throat and nose and head and lung obstructions, all are bad.sll oiilit to be got rid cf. There ia just one sure way to get rid of them. That is to take Koschee's German Syrup, which any druggist will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even n everyiumg else Has railed you, you may de pend upon this for certain. A Wcll-Kaswa man's Testianoajr. Mr. II. F. Newell is the well-known mill wright who resides at Monchester, opposite Kiehmond. Me is known all throush Eastern and Southern Virginia, where ha has been en gaged in mill-wrighting for many years. An accident happened, him lour years ao, the main particulars of which he details in this letter: Richmond, Va, , April 12, 1887 Gentlemen Four years ago a blow on my lelt shin cracked the bone. Since then I have had trouble nearly all the time with erysipelas in that leg. The least little thing would cause inflammation and breaking out. From time to time I have driven oft the inflammation with shortcouraes of S. 8. S. Four weeks a-o Saturday night the leg was broken out and covarea with festered ti .st' . . I took four bottles of C. S. b., and so the leg is entirely vHl, .th Skin beinf as smooth and iiie as a wsiawii's. n. F. Nswsli.. Tobacco Market, cabkfrlly corrected weekly by the . Proprietors of thb Fabmeks Warehouse ik Winston." WindTok, Oct. 6. Breaks are light. Prices remain firm for all grades. Some few small lots of new have been sold which brought very satisfactory prices. We quote for old stock ; Lugs, Common 3.50(5 4.56 Lugs, Medium 6.0J(a 8.00 Lugs, Good lfi.3.)12.50 Lugs, Fine li 18.0S Leaf,Common.. 4.0 (c, 7.0C Leaf, Medium....... 8.0 Hob 10 00 Leaf, Good 12.50)18.00 Cutter. Good 22.1-)at28.00 Cutters, Fine 30.00 35.00 Wrappers, Common 25.0035.00 "Wrappers, Good 40.0 "fS, 50.00 Wrappers, Fins 55.00(70.00 PRODUCE MARKET. BUTISQ PRICKS. Cherries 13 cts Blackberries.. ..,... TJ" Raspberries 11 " Whortleberries 7 u Damson Hums 6 " iUnpecled Peaches 4 " i Unpeeled Peaches " Bright Peeled Peaches 10 cents Fancy " 13 Ex- Fancy " " 15 " i Apples 4 " Bright Sliced Apples 5 " Fancy " 5i " Ex. " " e Honey 8tol?n'iits. Beeswax 1 " Flaxseed 8 " New Feathers 45 to f " Good Unwash'd Wool 25 " " Washed " S3 " Eggs 18 to 12 " Country Mat Shoulders 7 to 9 " Sides 8 to ' cents Hams 11 to 13 " Lard g " New Oats ."5 " RdV,hefct 7tieS) " " White SO to !i0 " " Rye 7 Green Ilides 4J " Pry " " AYER'S PILLS AYER'S act directly on the digestu c PILLS organs, promoting a hoaltii ful action, Imparting strength, anil eradi cating disease. These Pills contain tto mercury, or other dangerous drug. F r the past two years I v:is troubled, con st: utly, wi:li pain tn the side and bar!;. H7 stomach was also ia :i tl'sordirwl cmh liuon. After taking many remedies, vvuhout relief, I ti i- d Ayer's ri:, by ti c usa of which, for only a few weeks, f wi n cured. T. T. Sampson, Winona, 31: mi. AYER'S nrc far superior, as a ct-thar-PILLS tic, to n;iy that. arc furnished by the pharm:u-. ':.. Cii-o. P. Spencer, JI. P., Unity, r.il. -I linve tui ca Ayer's Pilhi for twenty ye:u, and a:n .-a -i":!:eil that, had it not been for tin in, I should not now be alive. By their use I have beeu enabled to nvoid the bilious due tire peculiar to this climate. 31. J4hiMM, Hontcry, Mexico. AYER'S b.ive been used in my family PILLS for over thirty years. "We. find them an excellent medicine in fever, eruptive diseases, and nil bilious trouble, a -.d seldom call a physician. They ur-: almost the only pills u.-ed i;i 01: r uci hbui-h-, and never fail to ghe perfect :i!t-faeU' n. KitliionJ C C'oiniy, Uovc L-tidtU, Xf. Ftiic'.uuu Palish, La. AYER'S PILLS. Ir pared by Ir. J, C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mun. HoM by mil "n&ifct a SCRATCHES 28 YEARS. A Scaly, Itching, Skin Disease with Endless Suffering Cured by Cuticura Remedies. If I h&d ! ijown of the Cuticuba Rkubdiks twenty e'j,'.'. v-rjago it would have saved me $200.00 ' ; ,ulred dollars) and an immense amount of tuhtriug. My disease (Psoriasis) commenced on my head in a spot not larsr thanaeeut. It Fprend rapidly all over my bedy p.nd got under my nails. The scries would drop o9" of ine a3 the time, and my suffering wa-.-endless and without relief. One thousand dollars would not tempt me to have this diseu! over again. I am a poor man, but feel rich to be relieved of what some of the doctor said was leprosy, some ring.worm, pso riasis, .'c. I .took .... and . . . . Sarsaparillas ov jr oo.-i ysar and a half, but no cure. I wont to two or throe dociors but ;no cure. I cannot ra-.H; the Cuticura Rkmsdiks too much. They ave made my skin as clear and free front scales as a baby's. All I uced of them ws three boxes ot Cuticcea, and three bottles of CuiiCUBA Resolvent and two caked CcTicimA SflAP. If yon had been hers and aud you w.j aid cared roc for $208. IS yog -avuld h&ve had the money. I looked like the pict ure in ; your book of Psoriasis (picture number tw, "How to cure skin diseases"), but now I am -a clear bs any penon ever was. Through for e of habit I rub my hands over my arm ann legs to. scratch onoe m awhile, but to no purpose. I am all well. I Bcrutcbed twenty eipht years, rnd it got to be a kind of second nature to me. I thank you a thousand times. Anything more that yo want to .know, write me, or and one wtio reads this mav write l ie and I will answer it. DENNIS DO WNINQ. Watexbuhy, Vt., Jan. 2th, 1887. . The (rat-lasts t" ke Old Xrli fttt. No people stand higher in this country for veracity ana integrity than do tho Moravians of Salem, N. C. Mr. Jonas Limehack is one of the oldest living members of that excellent- re ligious sect. He is now 82 years old. He has just been cured of cancer. Let him tell his own remarkable story as follows . Wisstox, N. C., April 13, 1887. Gentlemen Two or three years ago a cancer came on my face. It soon ' grew to b? quite large. It wore on me, land my general health was very poor. Last September I began a course of S. 8. S , which I have continued to the present time with the happiest result. The cancer has entirely disappeared, there being no evidence or symptoms of a cancerous char acter left. My general health is now good, and my appetite better than it has beeu in years. I am 82 years old, and to-day I am working in the field planting corn. Yours truly, Jos as Limkback. Treatise on Blood and Skin ' Diseases mailed! free. Trb Swift Specific Co., Diawer3, At lanta, Ga. Psoriasis, Eczaiaa, Te'.tor, Rue-worm, Lich en, Pruritus, Scall Heati, Milk Crunk, Dandruff, limbers', Bakers , Grocers' and V- isherwomsT! 's Itch, and every species of It:Liu, Burning, Sculy, Pimply Humors of Ithe kiu am; Scalp and Blood, with -Loss of Hair, taro positive'- cured by Octicjba, the great Skin Cure, nai Ctticsra .Soai . an exquisite Skin Beaui:ir externally, aud Cuticuba Uisolviht, the d Blood Purifier internally, when physician and all other remsdies fail. PATENTS C. A. 1F.HMAK, WuhliiKIB, semi toror circular. WANTED ! A(r?uts in everv town mil vil iair) tofcell our Hew Christmas Hooka (5), selling from 60 cents to i.50. One woman with a family writes thnt she averaged 7 a day last year, from September ui.til Christmas. One new astcnt malc?125 in six weels. One sold 55 the first week in a village of only 200. Trv it in your school district if no mote, 'i on can make from US to $500. X. E. tlTHBH 68 WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA, OA. HO it TRUSTS. SALS OF VALUABLE LASfDS. BY virtue of the authority verted in me by a certain Deed of Trust executed by W. C. Crutchfield and wife and record! in the office of the Regiftorof Deeds of Fcrsj th county, N. C, in Book 1 of MortgaeB, Page arid 23, 1 will expose to sale, lor ea?n, at puon rucli.-u at the Court House door, in Winston, 2. C, at 12 o'clock, M., on MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 7th, I8S7, the two tracts of laud described in bid Deed of Trust. One tract contains 2 acres mors or leas and the other 79 acres more or le33. Tne said tracts of land are situated nesr Kerneravillc, N, C. EUGENE E. GKAY, Trustee. 39tds. V A YER'S arc sri!ar-eo.'iUd, uaf" ' ' S-i PILLS Pie. ant to t.dc, piom: ' ! their action, rnd invaluable for the i-.k mid cure of jleud:n:hc sml onip:" T'r several months I suffered f.i.i. Headache, without bcinjj able to rm-jve tin" trouble by nit dii :tl treatmr:i. 1 finally began tr.khur Aycr' Pin,' ii-icr-niiued to pive t'lfiu tt f:::r trial. Thrv lx:uii;cd mo v:y much, :ibd .;.. c flee ..'d a comi'-to i:r". - Mrs. J'.-y Gujmuud, Fiiut Yi'ilui,.;,FuIl llivtr, Ik s. YtR'S cur.'d m of I'vspepsla t..' r aFMLLS I hu ! t i.iu 11. nil Ik , : . t l ii! Well a"tiu. I V. r.t sic!; for 11 ii .u' l.c;' of j ears 'Ab this coinpUhi:, nul". -iiu iii-fo from IctiJarhe, li::.iii.'". !.(. ,.- of Appetite, Iu'wgcs;!n, ami. I. bilitv, ml : was uu:il'!e 'o work. Ayrr's I'll! v-r re j recommend' ' to us, T t.'o'.c tLe:u. ;.!, !, , la Jie luviiit, wr" coinpl i !y cure.. I Koia4 I L.-.rliin, Hwltai, J T, VER'S arc h toi.t cu;! for r.;.jP PILLS Complaint. ;.r nioir.ln I uffcred from fn.; .i;oiYr, ni;.l was, for r Ion .,' time. iuu. r iiie-'k'.-.; trv.i'.iaeit f:i- it, b.ii, prv w r: ie ; .-.ii,;un!:y. oll.liij ec:i.-.l to li. 'p me u: tl I finally be 'u takii.- Ayr -'a TUN. Alter i Uut --ur boxes of th! m.i'.icliic, my health v.s rmtwocl. IZ. L. Fulion, IianOTr. X. II. W'lji Ken ri"UIAN:i:iv X lit. licc-iu it in U'i ' iiije th-r axe. bluiic, i; re", ei le tkfi ' a r 'a ncid.. 4:it::e reined .'rut - - t.mcher tlu..i axo. JCvtvy A. ft Try one. .-iii.i again. ' .1! t-r ' WO ! TV 1; ; lit-eil-:.'. , fi rvnrn ' VvkiMJi'lti v , r .: .." X!.i, for. choT j.er cai: It;- ! : iVlh.V 111 ttirt. hiv tlp.il hr c. ,g , the ii. ;-flu- bed" nix : to b '"7 - .;". " Notice of Seizure ! NOTICE U hereby given of the seizure of the following proj-orty for violation ot th s In ternal Keveuue laws ef the United Steles, to wit : One two horse wagon, one set t.w- horse harnees, one horse, one mule, 91 gallons co whisky, 4tt gallons bran ly, eoized as the firop of John Sparks and Chirlie I'oply, n-inr II imp tonvillr, in Yadkin county, in the Mh D.strie of North Carolina, on the 1st dy of tiotembe 1867. Any person climini: said property ar notified to appear before the urlerji ml & his office i" Salisbury, N. C, wuhin 30 days from the dale hereof and nmke R'ich claim or .the property will be declare i forfei- ;1 to the United States. Khkb Craioe, J. II. Junkins, Collect r 5th 'nr.., S. C Deputy Collector. Sept. i5.-tf. Sold everywhere. Price : Oulioura, 50 cts. Cuticura Soap, 25 cents; Cuticura JUolvcnt $1.00. Prepared by Pottbk Dnuo aud Cubvi Cal Co., Boston, Mass. 6-Send for "How to Cure Skih Diseases," 84 pages 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonial!. DIMPLES, BlacKheads, chapped and oily rim .l,;n I.. f,i;. TtlrAinnicA Soap. (in prevented by Cuticura' Medicated FREE! FREE FROM PAIN Jn one minute the Cuticura Anti- Pain Plaster releives Rheumatic. 3ciatic, Sudden, Sharp, and Nerv ous Pains, Strains and Weakness, The first and only pain killing Plrstsr. 25 cts. lllf PUlfi)IIG2 Absolutely Pure. This powder newr vanes. A mnrvclor pu rlty streat;th and wholewmcuesa' Mere eoc iiomical than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot t sol'l in competition with the multitude of w tent, nhort weifcht Rlnm or phosphate pow- ers. som omy n can, koiil uiiisii rov j,E Co., 108 Wall St.. N Y tecnrlorop jan) ly. VTOT1CE.- llavins dill v Qualified as admin 1 Istrstor et F. H. Burkhard. deceased, all oi to mute payment to me at once, and all those haviuir claims against the estate of the said de ceased, are hereby notified to present them to ne duty authenticated, within twelve montbs irm ine uate oi tais notice or me same wilt oe Jfiseau In liar or their rncovArv- 1'Iiir tha firh f fay eft October, 1887. L. I. fllKB, Adm'rot F. YES, YOU DO ! ! Want to know where to get New, Sty'ish, High GraJe Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, at a scale of prices 'that will give you real and it im aginary vlu for your hard earned dollars. Our stock this season is immense and we have made the boldest adventure of modern times, that of retailing goods on a Jobbers profit. We show what we advertise and mean what we say and could give you a list of bahcaiks as long as tho moral law but spvee prevents. We show court aty to all, whether they wish to buy or not, and out constant aim ia to benefit the people by offering bargains that will make your eyes snap when you see our good and hear our pri ces. Don't be biased by the af fidavit? of high priced concerns w ho shout big tiling. But re member we will show ycu the brightest, the newest, the hand somest stock in the Twin-City, with new goods arriving daily at prices that are positively be yond the vhiaper of competi tion comparison or monopoly. Give us a call, it will be time well spent. Respectfully, FULLER & DURHAM, Winston, N. C. mm, rog 1 ,:sy" 3VT-A.XEI I3Y Yankee. Dayton, Kentuccy, Western Btichlgan Patterns. Dealers in Hiiro, Our:, Sttres, ii.ui and Mitti? toss, Eggi, k, For Rale. Or ex itvuiRft for iroperfy in We-lern North Cr.roiiiift, valuable )l!intutija near Marksy't Ferry, Washington enunty, X. ('. Tlaee con tains .100 aeres. 1$ .iiitifd! re.-i leuee utvelliop new and Btyl;sh. Gin house, barn. Mtoek hnse and all neeesary out houses and tenant houses. Withia one and one half miiei u' A!leri:iirlc Sound and one mile of A & 1". Ii. It. ilan eve ry adTautas for a man who likes fanning and trucking. Owner wishes to engage in o.hei businei, henee desire to sell. lVr further par ".iculH a-ldress Kuitor Wkstkrs Skntinm. Winston, N. C, or "ALIIEMAULE," Bej.t. :2-U Mnekey's Kerry N. C. XTOKTII CAROLINA. FORSYTH f'iiL'NTY 1M IN SUPERIOR COURT It. 1$. Kertier , Adm'r of William Long Pei-M, vc . Ptej.hcu j Locg, Jaiues Ijouj;, Kiehai-il Lom;, Sarin Lmip ind others. Notice.-The defendants, Janiof Long, P.ichiird liOnc; and Sanih Lonsr, above naBie"! will t:ike notiee that an uetinn entitled a8 above haK been co. aiiieinv l in the Suiiarior Court of Forsyth eouuty, tl r the jurjo.- of lell in,' lan I to pp.v debts ; and the aid (leteudantH will Ai: aer take notice lhat they are required to appear before the v.nd .'rsined on tin! ftl lay of v. 87 at the Cour: lions.- in AV i:;:on, N. C, and aus'rer ;.rdenmr to the coi; ilair.t i1 the piaintifV, or the tilint'i' will api-0 to the Court for i n -elief (lemam'.e.l in s:iid eo nplaint This the 2tli day of Sept. hS7. Sept. 22 ow. ' C. d. 11 .AUSElt, C. S. C. j?o THEPEOPLE OF THE COrSTIE.S OK Wilkes, Witwgai Alhghnj, Surr? and Stokes. -WE HAVE BOCOHT- m tne jnea,t?esi. to mc CLEANLINESS is next to Godliness, while a bath, is a necessity, it is abo a luxruy, and to enjoy it thoroughly one should have nice toilet soap. It is our purpose to-day to tell you we have a complete assortment of Soap Oakley-, Pears', Colgates', Ba jini.s' and Robinsons'- We buy our Soap direct fropi the manufacturers in large quantities at lowest prices and are thus enabled to offer our customers bar- Soap at 5 cts per worth 10 cts at 10 cts. worth 15 cts., at 15 cts. worth 20 cts., and at 20 and 25 cts. worth 35 to 40 cts. per cake. ASHCRAFT & OWEES, DRUG GISTS, Winston, - - N. C. Shoes, Boats, Hals aal Caps! THIS SEASON FOR YOU! YCE HAVE NOW IX STOCK VT tro Best, the LABGEST STOCK in He Stale ! AT PRiUEtt never thought ot by merchants in Winston. We want Your Trade! and will have it it you will take the trouble to look over our stock, i Shoes yon pay 75 cts lor elsewhere : we will sell you at 50 cts ; Shoes j yoH pay a dollar for, we sell you at j 75 cts ; shoes you pay .tl.25 tor we sell at $1, and so on through our entire slock ol Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Rubbers, Trunks, and Um brellas. Rubbers from 20 cts up. -A. XT" vs. 11 Til no of the Viest Rubber Hoots for ditch -ing purposes. In fact w- now carry fterytfcinjr in tbe Shoe and Hat Line ! TO SUIT THE FARMERS. Please note this: WE BUY Direct frcm the Manufacturer For Spot Caslb.. Getofl'all liscounts. SSU. Strictly FOB" CASH, and give our customers ilie benefit of the profits. These are facts. We do not want to make a fortune right now, and for the next i-ix months our purpose is to ad vertise our store by selling all goods in our line at TORTirtivioLiSA I'-'Rsrm cou.iv. is siii'K nor. ;)i;nT. !! 8. i'-y n. ). W. Ki.y, Ny:ici" .f j. ii:-Mi 'is awl Mvmiil ot Aftu iinirt:.. Tlu ilcfrmuni .h'kiv i-.ne-. A ill U:kc notice th,it a d.jiii.u .nj a the a oiititl'jl acliuu ivas im.suI fin "1st bi(i a f -irl tint wna isU(l n tl' 2 ' th ny of July, IS; 7, hy O. H. Hhhsci, Cli . K lit f he !Siiri it tr.yth Oijiinty, North .roliu, to.- .!' ; ofyiilcpn Hu.i lro.l Oollr n, T ":. :r!' . !!'. - upou a ffiitra-a ui vm.- jpi!.i). which - 1 niijn.s is' riH!irii".i.. ...i -v ' .'i . -i ' ;' io;- C ii -t Ka'i .-, : i; Wi- 1 N. t' iu '-'"i 7. M.'i... r.'i.-- ':..- 1'. .,i...i.t.'iv i,;' t.:iu mlr.-i , 18 '. '.' iv i . ri !.(, -.ir.'.l -i . 1V.1 r. it:. - '. : ; T.;.i, ,ln-. if f.ir'p.,! it-w.-.H !.;. I '.y ! 1 si I t.'l'tii ft'-.? ?,ip-r! .r cm it, of unit Count" o t th- S'.h i'ay vi'A .ut IH'jV, iiui. the jir. jir-i -'y ol sjii'l iffliTi'luiit vircii w.rrant in r-t.i r i'tn.- Wf,: . ;., .ii 1 i. iiTk r.u th" rim i Or' 'Lcr 1SS7 h. '111 . in hV i'w '.; ati-i .'b'T'Miu ..lcflM unl id r'- ; . . all'' nn-wcr or dcitiur I" ''' ; ' . ,: ' reliei' 'l.'i". i i 1.. ;-..!:.','. To. it '.. 5 T lay -t . ' 1 ;. H A :i:. st-:-l. ' i ' i . 1 h i r v ' i' i ' 1 c 4 a P 0 m 2 S ! b". LLi - & 1 m r Vs i .. c ? 1 P Pi J I 1 I IN s ifdilfUVo OftflU. ; t. X. Mi-ricliH 1 'I gams, cake .'i'.Tiirrsi. 1 1 -- ' '. i . A'l.r.I IX.I.SJ l.ilv 24. .rsT. -".'0. y. ,):iiY I l"Oh I I Daily "Ar. " Ar. !. 3 Oinii U 2ua!ii Sew York I 40a.ni :2 ::".tni :t 'jciain Jliil!l'lini)i 7 jjiiii 0 o';;..:ii :i5)lil itat 1 1 : i '.M.ilil 8 ltj:i. S inn WanhiiiRtim 11 -lan 4 lu m ;iliiiiuiClinrlc)tU'svillc:i 'ifipm 2 OOani 1 15;i:ii l.yiv I'liiirn S 50in B 15am :( I5jiii IticioTiou 1 .1 1. 1 5 irim I lOpiu It it "keville 5 17 mi 3 02am 1 OOimii KitvaviiU' 5 5'.ini i iAiim li44'milriiC'Hrain:lmiOpni j 1 2:i(im ID 50am Ki'nvillc H MJpm tiai'am 4 ai'iim ioIiiloro a :;uain ti ): m I Kiuiii Itiilcixn 5 85 piu 3 60am li 47iim Onrli im M4lpm l anpiii (.'haiM-l II ill 5 i)0ini 2 8t ira li 07am lliilslKiro 7 Sopni i. in , N I. fi l ; I. nil. T . i . i- -a 7;:l W l i.,:- .l llo i .; uo.t" " 3'Jaf. 4 '.llll .' 04am a 2lari 0 ia "sTl'i'i l l. .: i4i, .. 3 -j: W2 5 per cent. Less than other merchants. This, of course, is to your interest. - Come to Gee Us. Mention The Skntixbl, and if we do net do fully what -we now say, don't buy. D. E. StiftOAK, Sign Big Gold Boot, Winston, W. C. Sept 22, ly H Oloil 7 2:!pm 0 25pll) 3 4tipiti 2 Mlprn l-v. 1 40am lsj. 0 .) nr. lU IjJT. : l iio i jl 5'.lo . 1 OOp J4pp 4 4spi., Ar. I j 4'V'" 9 IOioh h 2Sani Orcunilxiro In 14pm 12 :!ari 11 :VU:iui Salem 7 IJOpia M l::i.m 7 Sii.im Iht-'h I'oint 11 15pm n 4jiii naii.sunry it snain a oiam :oncirI 1 i'ipm lir.r.in (hirlotuj Ziii'in 2 19am Sp 'rtaniiirg S It'iptn 1 olam Gn-Lr.villo 0 SUpm Lv. Ar, 70()pin Atlanta 1 20pm l)!lilv cxupl hunnajr. SLEEPINC-CAR SERVICE. On trains 50 auJ 5i I'nl'inan Buffet 'riji. Iietwei-ii Atlnuta anil Ne" York. OH train 52 airt 53 1'nMinhii loiflVU o...i'i'r lietwcuu Va.slnny ion ami ilontoinery, Waio iuf,con anil Aiken. l'lillman blropir Ui; twnon ItichinunJ and OreoinilMiro. Through Tickets on Bale at principal atu'.i ):is tO all IHII'ltH. JfeJ"r'nr rates anvi inforination ap;ily m ho - cut of the C';oi)iui:v orui SOL. HAAS, JAS. I..TAYfylt. 7rullie Manager. ! ;n'l l. lii 'luuoa 1. c . Adininislrator's Notice. Having qualifi.nl a- A linioilraUir of tha ci tate of William lionx-Dac' l. all parim to!'i intr f-laiim aeaiuat said estate are hcroby noli tied to present, the same to tho ua'lersig"a.J fo. ynieut duly authontu?'d on or Ijeuir th i'8th of Soptembsr. or t! m noiiia wiil bj plead in bar of recovery. ,m uii p..r-or . 'owing mud tstata at .3 Kquostusil vi mxxn im neiliaLe jnyniaul. K. B. ivETtERi A ! n'r Sept,22-fiw. of William Lnn