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THE WESTERN SENTINEL: TH USED AY. NOVEMBER 3, 1887.
IN PITY AND COUNTY. DASHES HE UK AND TUB KG B? OUR HEPOUTElt. Last "Veek'a Occurrences in City and County .Narrated in Condensed Paragruiih. The loot Full month. The circus next Thurseay, the 10th. Thanksgiving on the 24th turkeys scared. The largest of the season the" frost Wednesday morning. The County Commissioners wiii meet in regular session next Monday. The Messrs. Blum have issued their al manac for 1SS3. , Gum boat3, overcoats and unibre'iaa were the order of the day Monday. The Saiem Ujmo Sunday School are rehearsinii for their Christinas Caataty. Court still in session. Judge Giimer knows how and what to do with evi! doer. We return our thanks for an "At Hmm," for Not. 4th, from Dr. and Mrs LotL Hisses Lnra Beard and Mollie Barbour, of Kernersviile, are visiting friends in the city. A collection for Home Missions will be taken up al the Moravian Church next Sunday morning. Mr. Tip Johnson from Quaker's Gap called to see us Saturday and reports crops good in his section. Sine to come into contact with one an other the small boy and the circus pro vided he has the money. Messrs. J. r. Morehead, of Greensboro, and Judge Settle, now of Florida, have been iu the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Starlmuk returned hist Saturday from their extended wedding tour through northern cities. The Elm Street Sunday School will give a concert in their Chapel Saturday night for the benefit of their library. vA number of the young ladies of Salem gave an oyster supper at the Belo House Saturday night for the benefit of Oak Grove Chapel. It was liberally patronized. The State Convention of the W. C. T. U. is in session at Goldsboro this week. Mrs. J. D. Pay lor, Mrs. S. Starr and Misses Minnie Unburn and Cora Hamlen, delegates from Winston, are in attendance. The Moravian Synod was in session in Salem Tuesday and Wednesday. A largs number of delegates are in attendance We goto press too early th it week to publish their proceedings. Mr. L. Kline, practical watchmaker and jeweler, inserts an attractive card this ; weeK wnicft will be to every reader's inter est to peruse carefully. It will be found on the first column of the first page: Alex. Walker, brother of Ulysses, swore on the witnesss stand that the rock which killed Frank Moore was thrown by him and not his brother. Upon such evidence, Alex, was arrested and will be tried for the mur der of Moore. The face of jovial friend, Mr. If. S. Cook, looks familiar around the Court House. He was in attendance at court here the past week and informed us that he is highly pleased with his country home in the county of Surry. The Fall term of Rockingham Superior Court convenes at Wentwoith nxt Monday one week's term His Honor Judge Gil mer presiding. The criminal docket is quite large large and some important cases will be disposed of. We are in receipt of the first issue of the Summcrfield Sheaf, which has just been started at Summerfield, Guilford county. The editors, Messrs. J. Archie Bowles and Joseph L. May, have The Sentinel's best wiihes in their new journalistic undertaking. Col. A. B. Andrews, of the Richmond & Danville Railroad Company, was in the ty last week and paid off ail indebtedness of the North Carolina Midland Company. The outlook for the building of the road to Mocksville now looks somewhat more en couraging. Ellis & Burke, with Bell's Royal Ma rionettes, gave three caeditable entertain ments at the Opera House Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights of this week. Good houses greeted them each nighi. Ttie pres ents given away were numerous and many of them costly. The Anniston (Ala.) Hot Blast, of a recent date, says that Mr. E. H. Jennings, the live real estate man from Winston, N. C, sold a lot on Noble Street for $100 per front foot. This was Mr. Jenning's first sale of Anniston dirt, and a $7,000 sale is doing pretty well for a new comer. The trial of Ulysses Walker, col., who stood indicted for the murder of Frank Moore, (white V a few months since, was taken up on Monday evening and it was not yuntil late Tuesday evening the case was given to the jury, who, on Wednesday mom mi ing returned a verdict of "not guilty." Winston's enterprising tombstone man, Mr, I. W. Durham, will soon establish a branch marble yard at Fayetteville. It gives The Sentinel pleasure to recommend such, a gentleman as Mr. .Durham to the people of Fayetteville. By tact, industry and honesty he has built up an excellent business in Winston and Fayetteville may congratulate herself upon his coming. Last Saturday a negro was tried for a minor case and found guilty. The Judge just before passing sentence asked him if he . had any father to whip him. The darkey, with a somewhat brightend countenance, replied i "No sir, boss, but I'se willin' for anybody else to do da job dat wants too." Hopes were then blighted when the Judge informed him that he could go to the peni tentiary for only two short years. ' The live," go-aheaditive young business firm of Messrs. W- L. Franklin & Co., of this eity have a change in their column advertisement on fourth page this week. These gentlemen believe in telling, the peo ple of their low prices through the use of printers' ink, and through such a medium, together with pluck and energy, they have built np a large and . constantly growing trade. Read what they have to say this week. - Messrs. G. H. Rights and R. E. Carmi . chael propose to issue about December 10th , a large edition of their annual paper the Holiday Visitor which has been issued for six successive years past. '; These gentlemea will wait upon our business men within the next few days soliciting their advertising patronge. This is a valuable medium for our merchants to" place their Christmas goods, etc., before the people, and we be speak for the Visitor and its owners a most J liberal patrocag'6. - Ttevenae Reoeipts. The amount of revenue collections at the Winston branch office, for the month of Oc tober, amounted to $38,518.73. This i3 rretty lair, though not up to the average. New Vice-l'reKidenta Elected. At a meeting of the State Agricultural So ciety, held in Raleigh on the week of the Fair, the following Vice-Presidents were elected : J. Van LinJiey, J. G. Hall, Geo. French, W. R. Capehart, R. B. Saulsbury, J. F. Jones, D. McN Koy, W. T. Jones, J. S. Harris, Dr. H. T. Buhnson, James W. Wilson and J. W. Cooper. Eastern Field Trials Club. Each year, considerable interest is mani fested by sportsmen in the Eastern Field Trials Club which is held near High Point annually. The members of the club are be ginning to arrive and the ones which will begin on the 17th iuat., promise to be of no less interest than former ones. No doubt a number of our Nimrods will attend the tri als this year. Temperance Anniversary. Dr. Edward Rondthaler will deliver an address before the Temperance Reform Club on the occasion of its anniversary, next Monday at 7:30 p. m. Public invited free of charge. It will cost you nothing to get in the hall nor to get out. You will not be called upon for a cent, by contribution or otherwise- Let all come and hear an ad dress, strictly on tempeiance, entirely apart from politics. PKOGRSSSIVi: WIXSTOST. W'li , t One of lis Le idtug Firm ttas Done YVittiln Four Tears. P- pie often wonjgr t.t WiuaUiit's rapid grov h, and it has beaa wouderful. la 18G0 a li? :e village, of 400 inhabitant" ; iu 1S70 it h; I only fifty uio,-e. Then it neeuied as if a i tagicians' wand had touched it. Fac tories sprung up, warehouses were opened, every trade and art flourished, merchants sold vast quantities of goods aa.l pejple flocked hither from all points, so that, in 18S7 it numbers over 10,000 people and busy hands and whirling machinery increase ever;- month. Anong the many prominent men who have helped Winston's mercantile trade adva ice from $750,000 for the year of 18S0 to over $200,000,000 for 1885, The Senti nel especially notes the large firm of Vaughn & Pepper. Four years ago these two young men entered upon their partner ship. The first year they sold only $40,000 worth. Since then, by economy, honesty and thrift, they have built np a trade that to-day brings them in the snug sum of $1,0CD for each passing day. As we strolled past the large plate glass windows, under the strong iron pillars, past ed in:o where busy men hurried ofl large or ders with machine-like quickness and pre cision, we were especially struck by the or der, the system and dispatch. Everything Bring It to Winston. Mesi-.rs. Alex. Merritt. B. J. Bolinjack and S. L. Tultle, of Germanton, carried their tibacco to (Jreensboro this week. The prices were so unsatisfactory that they bought it in, shipped it to VV'inston and yes terday sold it at almost double the price that Greensboro gave them. They say that hereafter they will bring their tobacco to Winston. This is a "pointer" that will be worth a great deal to our friends in all the neighboring counties. Bring your tobacco to Winston. Evangelist I'carson in Salisbury. The noted evangelist, J. G. Pearson, has btn conducting religious services in Sal is-, bury for more than a week, and his labors have been and are still being crowned with great success. Throngs of people attend the services aui already a large umnber have made a profession of religion. It is said that over 1200 people attended his Srst ser mon in Salisbury. The Sentinel would be please! to have Mr. Person come to Winston. He is non-sectarian, a thor ough christian and an earnest worker. Can not the W. C. T. U. give him an invitation ? X.t V.Snstonbe Wll IUpre.,etd. WIVES J 10Tr!SBS ! D VJG TIU ! It is very important thai the Twin City's BE :YOUXt sWX PHYSICIAN! .i. ,. tobacco interests be well reprinted at the I 4 frm ' fomak I ii ev.r-s, t; i-t!!y I. n:w". Grand Leaf Tobago Fiirp.n l Trade Dis play, which Ll be ht-'.d in D;ia ille, Va , commencing November and entfiug Nov. 26th, and we doubt u i bin that they will be. Premiums to tue au.onat of 51,500 be given away and, ail in-all, the occasion promises to he a source of - plt-asure for the tobacco men not only of Virginia but of the Old ' North State. Our manufacturers and farmers having tobacco desiring to place on exhibition at the Fair can do so by fulali ing the following requirements : No exhibitor shall compete with same sample for a premium except under class listed. All Tobaccos offered for premiums must be accrmpanied by a certificate certifying that it is the production of exhibitor and crop of 18s7. All tobaccos intended for exhibition or premium must be in packages and be re ceived by luesday, JSov. 522nd, as the list win oe ciosea on Inat day, It is requested as far as practicable, and at as early a date as possible, ail those who coutemplate entering their tobacco for any of the premiums to notify the Secretary, jir. id. m. .face, Danville, a , of their m tentum to do so iu person, by letter or jwstal card. This will be a big day foi Danville. Speeches will be made by piouiinent tobac co growers, and a lively time generally is anticipated. Let Winston go, determined to win. She can do it. The services of the d rn oui thus cure fc. physi-ian. F-um U- i !!! ; m.-SlTDll. T;f to Health.' -e i.and had J remedi-'S whh- . sub'erer can u.-i; tu without .he air f , f sntiuie .' -. wf 'crach .nvi b:r fcjdaa 1!. -entitle! '-The SfEPi-isc-r-Toss and lull lnsiris-'tinn?. sealed. Address (nUh 2 cent stamp), rRS. v. C. HOLVIES, 65b Broad way, X. Y. (Mention U.-5- r;i..-r.) Ocl.20,Sr-ly. . - - Their business Booming. Probably no one thing has cmisel such a iren eriit revival of trade at V. O. Thompson's JJruir as their giving away to their customers of SU.ro discovery lor Consumption. ciuil'iy enormous in tins vurv- xheir trade is valuable article never ron- Yon fi.lll tost, it wrrr Uixri.in. iys'Mug a tr:;il oouhj freo, large size fl. Jiv- from tue fact that ii always cures and ne liap)oint. 'Jctitjtis, Colds, Asthma, lir c.huis. Croup am! m throat; antl lung ilises iiuickly cure! ery Lottie warranted goes on like clock work. The senior mem ber, Mr. J. B. Vaughn, and the junior mem- J Twin-City Band has been secured to help ber, Mr. T. L. Pepper, both give their un divided time and attention to business and the result is a model store. If we commence in the basement we find heavy groceries, iu bulk. Taking the ele vator we pass up to the retail department, thencaonto the second floor and we find cases on caes of boots, shoes, hats, sheetings and cioth. On up to the third floor we go and t-iere we find the wholesale department where boxe and barrels and crate3are piled up iu row after row. Ail this wealth, this large business, has been built np by the ste.tdy, persistent and intelligent effort of these two gentlemen withi l the past four years. This firm is only an example of what other firms have done in this growing city. Other firms are making money, new busi ness a being projected every week and be fore long the Twin-City expects to be second to dom in the Siate of North Carolina. Score Two Sljre. Under this captioa the Kernersviile Neus of last week says : "News has reached us that Mr. A. B. Highfiil, who recently mov ed from here to Texas, has been presented with another bouncing pair of twins both boys. At the present rate, 'Bart' will soon out-strip his jfather, Mr. Jerry Highfijl, of Guilford, who raised 19 children, as he has had six born to him in less than five years, one of whom he lost and now has five, the oldest of which can not talk. He has our best wishes." Antl Iiie Sentinel might add sympathies." "Our Tobacco on u Buom. Yesterday there was more tobacco sold in Winston than has ever been sold on any ono day in the month of November during the history of the town. The quality was fair with a scarcity of fine wrappers and cutters. Good tobacco brought good prices. All kinds brought fair prices and the farmers generally seemed to ba well pleased. It is estimated that there were between 350 and 4fiQ wagons ia town, all loaded with tobacco from the country sixty miles around. Such a sight argues well for Winston as a tobacco market. Bring on your tobacco to this maa-ket, where you get the best prices. Hard on the Preacher. There is said to be a "hard shell" preach er living near Danbury, Stokes county, who a few Sundays since, had his wife's funeral preached and on the day following went the way of the world and took unto himself his second wife. The divine being some what financially embarrassed, the woman was called upon and furnished one of the dollars with which to buy the license, while the man managed to "shuffle" around and b. rrow the remaining amount required. We have heard of several instances in Forsyth where the bride furnished the "wherewith" to purchase the papers. Didn't Want Any at That Price. Not long since two countrymen entered the Register of Deed's office and took a seat. After viewing things in general, one of them arcse and propounded the question : "What do you ax for marriage licenses here now V "Two dollars," was the prompt reply. f "Can't afford 'em at that that price" said Questioner" and he and his "pard" left seemingly not the least disappointed. A few days afierrard another fellow called on similar business and when the price of the "papers" was told him he replied : "Too high, don't want 'em can beat that price down here at Kernerstown." A. Pleasant Bvcat. . It was the pleasure and delight of a num ber of relatives and friends to gather at the residence of Mr. James Miller, on Cherry Street, Thursday evening last, to witness the marriage of his daughter, Mary, a hand some young lady, to Mr. W. E. Alspaugh. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Hunt promptly at 7 o'clock, and after show ers of congratulations, etc., the bridal party, together with invited guests, repaired to the dining room, where was ;found a table la dened with such iiands as wt-re tempting to look upon, and which did honor to Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Our reporter was among the invited guests who shared in equal propor tion lit not more) of the sumptuous repast, and with the whole number present, returns thanks and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. M. for the evening so pleasantly spent. - On Friday the bridal party, accompanied by several relatives and friends, took dinner at the residence of the groom's father, Mr. Samuel Ahpaugh, about six miles distant from the city, "and from a party present we learn that the occasion was a delightful one. Mr. and Mrs. Alspaugh have Thb Sen tinel's best wishes for iheir future happi ness, and hopes that not a day may pass less i enjoyable to them than was the evening of tfleir union in holy wedlock. V Church Mission. Asjries of services, known as a Mission, will be held iu St. Paul's Church, in this city, I eginning Friday, November 4th, and ending Friday, Not. 11th. The object of this mission is two fold : ' (1) To stir up to greater zeal and devotion those who are already called by the name of Christ. (2) To arouse those who have not confsss ed Him to a sense or their danger and of their ingratitude to God and to bring them to the light of truth. The pastor, Rev. H. O. Lacey, will be as sisted by Rev. Mr. George, of Durham, and Rev. Robt. Strange, now of Wilmington. The week-day services will be held every night at 7:30 and every afternoon at 3:30. Thi-re will Jbe service Wednesday night, Nov. 9th, for men only. A Healthy Well. The Winston Water Works Co. are hay ing ilug, just beyond their works, at Belo's Pond, a well, which, when completed, will surpa?s any thing of its kind in this section. A depth of about ten feet has been reached, and already the water flows in at such a rate as to necessitate a steam pipe being run from the works 200 feet distant -and by its mi, the water is easily thrown out. The Company proposes to reach a depth of about 35 feet. They hope to have a depth of wa ter 33 feet. The well is 30 feet in diameter and is being walled as fast as dug with brick. Messrs. J. C. Miller it Son are su perin! ending the work, and inform us that it will require several weeks yet to complete it. Fifteen hands are now employed and in a few d-iys a double forco will be put on, and will work day and night until the well is completed. llla-hly Pleased with tbe Little Tar Heel Messrs. J. A. White & Son, manufactur ers and patentees of the modelTar Heel Road Cart, shipped one of their vehicles a few weeks since to Mr. J. II. Bitting at Gulf Hammock, Fla., and a few days after it had been received by Mr. Bitting, the Messrs. White received the following letter which is a valuable testimonial and an evidence as to the merits of their valuable invention. He writes as follows : Gextlemkn : The Tar Heel Road Cart I purchased of you arrived safely some days since. I am more than pleased with it in every respect. It is the most coinfoi table and e isiest riding two- wheel vehicle I ever saw and is destined to rival any two or four wheel vehicle on the market. For conven ience and neatness it can hardly be surpass ed. Mr. Bitting further states that he is in communication with parties in Jacksonville, Fla., and hopes to sell them the right to manufacture them. The little Tar Heel is fast becoming the most popular vehicle now made. - The Hay WhItHher Trial. Last May, it will be remembered that Sir. W. H. Hay was caned by Mr. W. A. Whit aVer, and shortly afterward' Mr. Whitaker was shot in the leg by a pistol in the hands of Mr. Hay. Since then, public interest has run high and the trial on Friday of last week was attended by a large number. The case was ably managed by the legal coun sel anl was finally 'submitted to the decision of Judge Gilmer, without allowing it to go to the jury. The result was that Mr. Hay was sentenced to twelve months in the coun ty jail and Mr. Whitaker fined $1,000. As we understand it, the submission to the Judge debars en appeal and unless Judge Gilmer chooses to alter the punish ment it must remain as it is. Not in a long time has a case in our court excited more interest,- They are both well known citi zens, and both have their friends and sym pathirs. In common with the community, TnE Sentinel regret this unfortunate, un happy occurrence. A &CEKE IN THE COPT-HOUSE. 'Juilty or not guilty 7 which say you I" "Ciuilty," the foreman replies. 'Stand up," said the Judge, "thb crime is great - - And the punishment must suffice. From this day forth for all your liie ' You munt never Havanas smoke." And the criminal wept and made reply : "Then let my nook be broke." And the eyes of the Judge filled Tull of tears, A ad his heart was filial with pity, - laio mm, my man, twill ao you ool 'lis Leopold's Twin-City." furnish the music for the occasion. The boys will leave Winston on the night of the 23rd inst. D. "So Waulitov.n Briefs. Hurrah ! We learn that Mr. M Smith is now in favor of Prohibiii.in. mote it be." Kev. Dr. Harrcll is -daily expecting his wife to return from a visit to friends and relatives at the North. The Waughtown school house will soon be ready for school. It has bceu repaired and is now very comfortable. Mr. J. H. Nifong hss jui-.t reiiirned from a big hunt over in Davidson county and brings a lot of game to make his frying pan smell good. The other day C'iay Billis, col., went into the hog pen of Mr. C. A. Clodfelter and a sow seized him by the leg. Since then he keeps out of li pens. Mr. Jacob Ncwsoni is a nice man and pays Mr. W. M.Glascos $-5.00 each for 'pos sums when caught on posted land, It won't do to hunt on posts;! land out this way. Diptheria i.s a.n-jng us. Mrs. King this week lost her little dausrhter Emnu. nc-cl -' 7 - about soren or eight years. She certainly has the sympathy of the eommunity in her sad lcs3. A few days ag:, we had a runaway matoh. Mr. Jacob Newsom and Miss Maggie Nissen, oldest daughter of Mr. C. F. Nissc-u, took flight to Lexington and now two hearts beat as oue. Wattoiitowkt. A Tnder of Thanks. In moving into our handsome and com modious new store on the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets we desire to tender our sincere thanks to those customers and friends whose esteemed patronage has made it pos sible for us to-day to greet them in our new building; to enable us to sell them goods to day lower thau any other mercantile estab lishment in the town of Winston Salem. They have helped us to achieve success and we propose in the future, as in the past, to 'deserve their patronage by low prices, hon est goods and square dealing. To all our friends, in;city and country, we extend a most cordial invitation to come to see us in our new building. Respectfully, Vavgiin & Pepper. IN HEMORIAM, Entered into rest Thursday, So.pt. 29th, 1887, Lee W.Ma3ton, aged 33 years, 11 mouths and 12 days. Often when tha chastening hand of God lies heavy upon us, we fail to see the infi nite wisdom and mercy which He ever exerci ses in dealing with poor, frail humanity. So it is now we grope through the night of "our sor row, and we cannot understand why we are ealled upon to bear this grief. In the glow of health and strength, in the midst of a happy home-hfe, surrounded by mother, brothers, sis ters, wife and chill, the summon came, and after a brief illness our dear brother passed away. Grievous tho' the stroke may be, heavy tho' the burden, still, "we do not sorrow as those without hope," for we have the blessed assurance that though his body slumbers by the side,; of his father, yet is his spirit with God. Last Fall our brother made a profession of re ligion, and since that time has led the life of a true. Christian. He taught a class in the Sab bath School, and was to have been confirmed in the Episcopal church in November. Of his home lite 'tis only necessary to say that he lived his religion, therefore, tho' we can never hope to replace his loss, still we can say "Thy will be done," and feel that our loss is his eternal g-un. Tho' now the shadows gather darkly around us, and 'tis hard to see the silver lining of this cloud, yet still will wo hope and strive t3 to live that When the mieU and shadows of life Are swept from our vision away ; And eternity stretches before us Like the golden light of day, Then gladly, triumphantly greeting We all re united shall stand, In the land where coraeth no sorrow ; The radiant, heavenly band. May M. Pjebck. . A HUMAN SKlliTERKIKB. Jo-Jo, the World's Enigma. A Most Ex traordinary Attraction will be presented here by Manager S. II. Bar rott on tho occasion, of his approachiHg visit, Thursday, November 10th, it being the marvel ous human phenomenon, Jo- Jo, the dog-faced Russian boy, who has created such a stir in the European capitals the past few years. The New York Timet "wrote him up" exteneiyely at the time of his arrival in Gotham, und the lollowino is an excerpt from the article : "His face is covered with a lonsf, waving mass of silken hair, which in color is between light red and silver gray. It hangs upon his brow down to tho eyes, parted u the center and waving ofl' to either side liko that of a fancy terrier. It droops from his checks in long, wavy locks, grows from the nostrils, and hangs from both ears. The eyes of this dog-faced boy also resemble very closely those of a terrier They are Blightly bluish in color, almost per fectly round, and the whites are visible entire ly around the pupils. His mouth is furnished with only the two canine teeth above and two incisors below, and all four are sharp and thin, resembling miniature tusks rather than hu man teeth. The entire body is covered with a growth of thin, light hair; but the thick, hea vy locks appear only on. tho face. "Jo-Jo occasionally snarls like a dcg. He speaks Russian, French, German exceedingly well, and a few words of English, and took great pride in showing that he could write his name by signing it on the back of his picture in large, Sewing characters. "The dog faced boy was eaptured in the for ests of Kostroma, in the center of Cassia, about fifteen years ago, with his father, who is de scribed as a wild man, with the same peculiar face which the boy now possesses. r The father was exhibited all over Earvpe until three years age, when ho died." - Jo Jo is exhibited in tho main tent ot S. H. Barrett' show. So extra charge i3 made to seo him. He is but oue of Manager Barrett's many novel features. Brace Ua. ou are feeling depressed, vour appetite is poor, you arc b .itt'er :d with Headache, vou are nd;retv-, nervous and generally out of sorts, and want to brae Brace up, but not with stim- u.ants, spring mediciucs, or bitters, which have ior their basis very cheap, bail whiskey and which stimulate you for an hour anil tlffcn leave you in worse condition than before. hat you want is an alterative that, will puri Jy.vour blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, re-tore your vita.;tv, and give renew ed health ami sireiitf'h. Such a medicine you will liud in Electric Bitters and only 50 cents a bottle at V. O. Thompson's Drug Store. W. O. Tuggle, La: range, Ga., writing about Barsy's Prophylactic .Fluid, says, "it is a pri wles jewel as a disinfectant and deodorizer My wife states for tbe benefit of young mothara that-it is a valuable adjunct to the nursery." It is equally so to parents traveling with chil dren. Net only is the Fluid invaluable as a deodorizer, but a few droos added to the water in bathing will remove all eruptions from the skin, chafing, etc, aud greatly refresh and soothe. Tbd Duty of Piireou In Sickly Men no n of the lar. We commend the following testimony s to the efficacy of S. S. S. in measles and fever, from one of tee btst known physicians practicing in Georgia. It will be seen that he strongly testi fies to the happy results accruing from the hso of this m. dicine in preeenting the frequently very serious consequences that follow an at tack of measles. The resultant cfiects of an at tack of measles remain in the system for months, and unless great care is exercised the lingering poison in the blood will attack some vital pare of the system, endangering life. We take great pleasure in giving tho widest pojsi ble circulation to this eminent physician's can did and manly letter written in the cause of suffering humanity. Ei.lavii.le, Ga., March 31, 1887. Sly DearSira I have used your S. S. S. med icine with exceptional bonefit on patients con valescing from measles. A feature of that dis ease is that it leaves tho mucous membrane chronically inflamed that is, the inflamma tion continues irom four to six months. I have given it to several jiaticnts just, getting out of bed from measles, and always with the happi est results. I also used S. S. S. in convalescent fever cases with the best result. It wiil, in my judgement prevent summer dysentery, if oae" will" take a few bottles in tho spring, thus preparing the bowels for the strains of summer. I am prompted tj send you this letter, be cause just now I am aware that measles prevail in Southwesa Georgia. While I hesitate to ap pear as a voucher for proprietary medicide.), S. S. S. has become such a standard modicina with many regular physicians, that I am relie ved of the embarrassment ordinarily attached to a regular physician s endorsement of propri etary medicines. Besides the claims of suffer ing humanity are greater than selfish profess ional ethics. Youra Sincerely, ' J. N. Chinev, M. D. Treatise on Biood and Skin Diseases mailed freo. Thb Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta Ga. Absolutely Pure- Thisovlr B'frer varies. A marvrlof nu rity strength and wholesomeuoss- More eco nomical tnau me ordinary Kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of 'ow test, short weight alum or phosphate pow ders, isolil only in cans. K0TAL Bbxinu 1'OW DXBCo., 100 Wall St., N V toenricrspjanso ly. If your hair is turning crav, restore to it the ft hue of youth by the uso of Ayer Hair Vi"or. 4 TM. t. 1. I. . - Arm ie:ji uuir un-servative. - CLEANLINESS is nextt'o Godlir.ess, while a bath is a necessity, it is also a Juxruy, 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 Oak leyo, Pears', Collates', Ba- jinis' aud Robinsons'- We buy oar Soap direct from the manufacturers iu large quantities at lowest prices and are thus enabled to offer our customers bar gains. Soap at 5 cts per ckke 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. ASHCRxFT & OWENS, , DRUG GISTS, Winston, - - - N. C. EFFERVESCENT, ECONOMICAL, EFFICACIOUS. Beware ot Indigestion's pain And Constipation's cruel reign ; ' ' For often in their wake proceed " Tho srible pall nnd mourner's weed ; Ihen chock these troubles ore an hour, " In TARIIAKT'S SELTZER lies the power. To'jacco Market. I'H lVi'J.iJll OF T:i-: ?i , ,i -, W i H lr TN". Mid tir-lit ttrji.-o. uijd B-jtry 3 rts ar- :i Ooiam-ro Tjisgs, We'Vuru iiugs, '-lood Lugs, Fine . Leaf, Common Leaf, Medium...,,,.., Leaf, Good Good Sweet Fillers. Cutters, Good Cutters, Fine Wrappers, Common, Wrappers, Good W;-apjcrs, Fine are -t i setii u so lig W!l OiilltiOB much iieir;::i l Z.itirr,. 3.50 4.5-) fii. 0.;.C 8.0HU.10.C8 12.5il(tylti.t, 3.50(c) 5.00 6.01 8.50 10.00(5)12.50 10.00 to 15.00 10.0'118.00 20.01(2,25.00 18.0022.50 27.50(5,35.00 41.0')(a.55.00 PRODUCE MARKET. BUTINO i-KICKS. Cherries n cts Blackberries. . 7J" Raspberries 18 Whortleberries 6 " Damson riutus 5 " iCnpeeled Teaches c 4 " 4 Unpeeled Peaches 5 " BHght Peelod Peache? Irt cents Fancy " 13 " Ex- Fancy " " 15 " Apples 4 " Bright Sliced Apples 5 " Fancy " ' 5 Ex. " " 6 " Honey 8 to 12 cents. Beeswax 18 " Flaxseed 85 " New Feathers 45 to 50 " Good Unwash'd Wool 25 " " Washed " 33 " Egg3 10 to 12J " Country Meat Shoulders 7 to 9 Sides s to 9 cents Hams 1 1 to 13 " Lard g " New Oata 35 -' ' Red Wheat 70 te SO " " Whit? Hi) to 90 " " Rye 70 " .Orn 5rt ' " Peas 60 " Green Hides 4J " Dry " cj PATENTS V. A. LEHtlASI Wa3iin;rfcn, J C, fend loror circular. RAILROAD DISASTER! THK TRAIN BETWEEN NEW YORK and Greensboro, consistinjj of fifteen cars, was derailed ner.r Lookout, all the cars leaving tUe track except the last one After close inspec tion, the curs were found to he loaded with such A VAST QOfllTITY OF GOODS FOR hmmh 1 Brother, tThat the Weight cl those goods kept 'he cars on tht track. Luckily no one was lmr! The Cars Contained BflUT $15,000 WORTH! OF- MOSTLY FINE-:-SUITS AND OVERCOATS! For MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS and On account of limited space in oar store, we are compelled to sell these oods at" ASTONISHING Low:-: Prices I nsrow is j Fan ALL Close-:-Buyers ! To lay in their M & WIHTER UlI! ALL OUR CUSTOMERS And THE PUBLIC in general is respectfully invited to Give Us a, Oall! ROSENSACHER BF.D. Winston, July 2l 6 hi ror Liver Disorders -T.n.I for ail auctions of ir.e Stomach an.l Bowels, prompt rc-li. f mid cure arc aIW,Ht '' ! 10 "v , A:' " ."f Cfhiimc lilU The easily correct slight Ueramjeiueut ot thesa 01-uns, r.iid are ot incalculable bent fit la chronic cases. y';ffbR5n U!i,n- A-erV Pills, In my family, for over thro,; years, ami find In r . I in, pfftivo remedy fr Cou.-tipatlon and fmlta-stion. We die n -yvrVi hout tnews Fills iu the house. Moses Greuier, 72 Hall St., Lowell, M:is. hv lull y.!-rS 1 'V bcen "lbJect o Cootlpation and Nervous Th m! ic-V c u by Indicium and uoninwmeut of the Liver. Art. r takin- v iriouY k! nuNof i ' I h.ve iH-comoconviuitfil that Ay.r's Mils .ro lu'K SCllvstw f b or, and And Stomach Trouhinc ?m "n Pr"mpt ?nd mild In their action ; thfv irntlr hnt.lrf tho liv aiv.ajs learve the bovtls iu a natural conU.tiou. 1'hiii-. i v.l.Lii i ,Af,r.tl t;lkl"',a number of remedies, without obtaininTrelic? 1 boiin -J 'vo, a mi b iUdUiOUU) lUWft, SUGAR-COATED HI I I r CATHARTIC rl LLh. rrcrarcdl)yDr.J.C.AycriCo.,Iwell,Ma8.. Bold by all Pragma. ' w Oh ITMLL P firm 1 1.11 wmm HLfflt Hi mm mtm Ai M M mm Bkt TJ,-F2NT 1TI A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED Hi goods, dress mm, mm m mi, HATS ASD CAPS, WO0OE3 VJADL i)m$, MM1 STOCK OF STAPLE "SB0D7.SfE3. 1 AND IX FACT, A 15K SXOOII OF Kept Constantly on Hand and Sold L0 W for GASH 1 COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN III EXCHANGE FOR GOODS! W-ry llcspectfully. f W. T. GARTER & GO. Oc 1 27 t f Corner X-'ourtli and Main Straots. ?1 f t- ..tv ' - - l-K-ll, . 1 .s' y mm I i IfiSl ?i 1 1 mil hiiilOuuiUiikil IIA.-4 AN KNTlilH f?!.T OK - NHW ACK GROUNDS! By one ''f tit v.. ri -i ui: Artist.- ul" Nw York. l5 ixill'l 1 ti. L. t; !';: ,V:ll. ti.O tilllrj, a.: l wilf fti:rj r.o p:iin t ,vt- ' - .; .-.:mu iior-i Jul i,est oi riiotiirnplH. H.' h- ri-in ar1-' Ti;'i."iiHi!ti with a r.'i.u')i-r .jf Oruyi.-: .'iri;..-!sr.I Tow Ywrk, ' 20.r2l CJ A YOK Il: i ItA'J TS ivilli O'ii ,i' Bimii.'o Fra-r.wi, l.-ri'ic ,-: f.M at $25 aa.l upward. f.r I'm ronn.-l:sl! l..w j riro l'i'li 10 20, nintuTi t!cia u most DESIRABLE HOLIDAY GiFTi rU:u :tll ioni fcc sMe nn-.I ie, l.clore giv ing vo-ir t-r-lers t oLhr. Ail VSORK GUAP.ftSTlED RTISF.CTORY ! Pli')'.nj(i : i!id in all Niyh-h. tvt l-ift of work Koagh P3evsr Lcscs Patlenco with i liildn-n, and has tho qui'l;ir:-l plaUa in us, and gives proofs; no extra cliargo lor re fitting when required. CCFYIMG GFALL KINDS A SPECIALTY VIEWS OF ANY KIND &T LOVi fiftTES. FRAMES fur rh'itupraplis, idwuya on i.suJ as low prices, llolltiil will do iii'the luturo, n in the past, PP.ViiE jCU PAIXS, to ploaeo all who give him a tri;il S. 32. HOUGH, 51y Maix Stkekt, WIXSTON, N. i! mm. B 55 V The cabinet organ was intro duced in ita present form by Mason A Hamlin in 1S67. Oth er maker followed in the manufacture of these instruments, but the Ma son & Hamlin OrgaDS have always maintained their supremacy as the best in the world. Mason & Hamlin offer, as demonstration of the unequalled excellence of llieir organs, tho fact that at all the great World's Exhibit ions, since that of Paris, 1887, in competiou ' with best makers of all countries, they have invaria bly taken the highest honors. Illustrated cat alogue free. D i ft f! Mason & Hamlin's Piano II H ! LI O Stringer was introduced by ?r-uiy them in 1882, and has been pronounced by experts the "greatest im provement in pianos in half a century." . A circular containing testimonials from three hundred purchasers, musicians and tuners, sent together with descriptive catalogue to any ap plicant. Pianoe and Organs sold for cash on easy pay ments; also rented. mS0H t KAIHLI.1 ORGAN N3 P!K0 CO. BOSTOK. NEW YOB K. CHICAGO. Rar too Corvh, Bronchi Ua, A nth ma. Indigestion Use EARKER'S CINQER TONIO without delay. It hs cured manyottbe wontueiiand totbe bent remedy tor all affections of (he throat and luntx, and dincaoes arising from Imp-ore blood and exhaustion. The feeble and eick, Mnu-friina- accalnat dlMaae, and alow ly dryunic to the a-rare, will in many eases renoror tnelr health br Che tenielT yof Parker1 Ginger Tonic, but delay is dan Berouft, Take It In time. It its lnrahmhlo for all pains and disorders ot stomach aod buwta. 60a. at llruKviita. BY v:i tue of tho authority vested iu me by a certain Deed of Trust executed by W. C. ijrutclifield nnd wife and recorded in tho offioo of the Kcistv.ro Deeds of Krsyth county, N. J., in Hook 1 of IJortiiagi-s, Page 21, 22 and 2.1, f will f-xposn to sale, l';r o'sh, at public auction at the ('"iirt IToiisj ii'.or, in Vii;-:U.:!, 1C. C.,nt 2 o'cl' -k, M., on M OK SAY, NOVeMBEH, 7 th, IS37, he two trar-tri of land de''. !'"! in said Deed of Trust. Ono tract contain.-' fl'- :;cre? mo;! or Ic.-.-i :tnd the other 70 acres nifr: or le 3. The paid tract" of land ar situat -l no ir KernersviHc, X. C. KLGiiXr. K. GRAY, Trustee. ..Of'.'-. J. F. HARRIS 5 3 S S . vr n WANTED! n A GOOD acj: t AND CAN'- i w'a E E tL H B HANDLES ALL KINDS OF Atid t'flla t. c-.i r.-. tho !t'"'-t pr:r v. cess, -Jiiisi, crx'jzz i rs h'T3 -.T. 'T t -; ' j T'te fry l.il.e.- nmr'-i't i nc" OUR FAiMfiF.I!. .b,i:iiiN2f duuot do bettor th.in i ve hi:.i r call 3 vassek I'ou The Sentixhi.. I oood sai.au y to the right j Fresh FrvHiiiy Groceries 9 MAN'. APPLY AT H WESTERN SENTINEL, g WINSTON, N. C Hi ON'CK TO Im ! t '.owes! pri. ts iilwaj-? oa h;n bli dv.-i. BIG COMPANY EXTRACT OF MEAT in m wmn mil N. B- Genuine only with fac-simile of Baron Liebig's signature in blue across label. Sild hy StorekeejM.r3, Gro- ors and Druggists. f nrwnpni3 rfw V Mquej WQ MR dUIVT 913lflumnt ntoi Tin Hl ejota tAto .iinue 3A ui nio, an u-i ..Fwvnr' Jitf i;nuii tpiiaUV as? NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS ! Evrylmdy cordially invit".d to come nnd wo him. II d motto is . r 'QuickSaloa nnd Small ProOtj!" I! UK IS lv. a HIG&S Si BEDFORD. Have jn.-t ojiened up a siocl; of 3MX2T77 GOODS I First Door Abovo Tiso's Furnlturo Store 11TJS PROrOSE TO SELL AT BOTTOM V PRICES. . Dry Goods, Ifotioas, Boofe. Slices, Etc. DOB'T FAIL TO CQSIE hd StC US ' Avrr.tr Wanted our prtees tho lnwcirt S- f l.Cfo kBC l'l.UHf l'HOTOOKAl ,1 AIJ;IH. KW X 1C 4, V:n I'lHii a'oa ciai, : Kotalli 9? i. riRn!iarMorall3LElid.ii5