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THE WESTERN SEJSTINEI,: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1887
A Progressive-Democratic Fam ily Newspaper, issued every Thurs day Morning and mailed to sub scribers at Sl'JO a year. Conducted ty ND ABLY ASSISTED BY A LARGE AKD THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED COEKESPOXDENTS TOES. AND CORPS OF CONTRIBU- THE SENTINEL HAS THE LuVRGEST OIKCUIiATION IN WINSTON - SALEM, FORSYTH COUNTY, AND THE 5TH CON GRESSIONAL DISTRICT. IT IS THERE TORE THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM WITHIN THIS TERRITORY. RATES MADE NOWN UPON APPLICATION. Address, THE WESTERN SENTINEL, WINSTON, N. C they will be a most valuable addition to our State history and we trust that our readers will kindly send Mr. Week3 any information in their pow er. Advertisers who desire changes in their advertisements must send in copy not later than yionday noon to insure chanqr. 100 lines in one month, 10 per cent. 200 " " two " 15 " " 300 " " three " ' 20 " 800 " " four " 25 " " BRING IT TO WINSTON. Messrs. Alex. Merritt, B. J. Bolin jack and S. Li. Tuttle, of Germanton, carried their tobacco to Greensboro this week. The prices were so un satisfactory that they bought it in, shipped it to Winston and yesterday sold it at almost double the price that Greensboro gave them. They say that hereafter that they will bring their tobacco to Winston. This is a "point er" that will be worth a great deal to our friends in all the neighboring counties. Bring your tobacco to Win ston. Sentinel of Nov. 3, '87. In answer to ths above statement, the Greensboro Patriot of November 11th, contained an editorial in which the following letter appeared, without any named signed : Germanton, N. C, 11-0, '87. Mr. Z. W. Whitehead, Greensboro : week s It OTJR CHINESE WALT,. . isn't so "peculiar and funny T nsts-v a e-4-n trim art f in I at. Winston Sentinel about the men who through hue we nead is the Koanoke carried tobacco from btokes to Southern Railroad, giving us an out- JB Advertisements discontinued beor th time contracted for has expired, charged tran sient rates for time actually published. jew- Reading notices inserted at the ratts o 10 cts a line for kach ixsertiojt. No notice counted less than three lines, for which 25 cts is charged and which must be paid with copy or nt inserted. We can not open an account for tliis size advertisement. To permanent adver tisers toe offer the follovnng discount : The New South, Wilmington, N. C, Established Ma st, 1882, Consolidated with The Sentinel, April 1st, 1883. Grecrs'boro and from thence to Win ston, where they received nearly twice as much for it. In justice to your city I furnish you with a little infor mation on the subject direct from the men. Four men from this county did call in part of their tobacco at Greensboro and carried it to Winston. I talked with two of them Monday and they said : "We called in part ol our tobacco at Ureensboro and carried it The Winston Leader, Established January 27, 1878 Consolidated with The Sentinel, October 1st, 188S. The Southern Woman, Established June 15. 188 6 Consolidated with The Sentinel, Oct. 7, 1886. Entered at Winston Post Office as 2d-class matter Thursday Morning, Nov. 17, 1887. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Business for Sale. T. J. Hampton Court Not. co. A. M. Stack Attorney at Law. T. B. Finlky Attorney at Law. R. B. Kerner Sale of House ami Lot. OUR TRIALt OFFER. We Want 10,000 Answers to This Of fer Within 30 Days. On receipt of only 80 cents we will mail to any address, postage prepaid, four months' subscription to The Western Sentinel, a copy of the beautiful magazine, Sunshine for LiiTTLE Children, and two beautiful Lithoed Water-Color Engravings, re produced in the highest style of art from well-known paintings by Ida Waugh, and pronounced by competent critics to be works of unusual merit. Sunshine for Little Children is printed from large type, on the finest toned paper, and contains some of the best wood engravings ever shown in this country. Two Lithoed Water Colors, $2.50. Sunshine fr Little Children, .50. The Western Sentinel, 4 vxonihs, .50. Total, $3.50, Mailed to any address for 80 cts. We are plad to be able to hold out such valuable premiums to our read ers, and to all we extend a cordial in vitation to forward us their names. Noah one. was an-ark ist, the first There is no longer any doubt about Ifew York. The'late elections show that she can be relied upon for a big Democratic majority in 1888. North Carolina congratulates her good sister Virginia, on her sound Democracy. Hereafter Billy Mahone and Kiddlebereer must both take a back seat in the political synagogue Among the many very good things the Supreme Court has done, is the decision that the Uurham Oraded School Act is constitutional and that the city has a right to tax its citizens for school support. A Bhort time ago Republican's were jubilating over Democratic discord in the city of Baltimore and predicted Republican victory. The election the other day was a Democratic vic tory, instead. Verily, he smiles sweet est who smiles latest. Democracy con' tinues to smile. The Greensboro Patriot displays roosters because the Supreme Court has decided that the Clerk of the Court must qualify magistrates ap pointed by the Governor. We con' gratnlate the Patriot, it has fought a good fight against Republican ring rule and has come out more than con queror - - The recent defeat of Nicoll in New York stands as another argument against the success of any newspaper that attempts to rule against right, The World attempted to be "bos and was beaten. Only those papers that keep near the people and strive for right principles and good men tan over hope for success. The Sentinel hails with pleasure the efforts of Mr. S. B. Weeks, of Chapel Hill, to gain all available in' formation of all students of the Uni versity who lost their lives in the late civil war. He wishes information concerning their live3 after leaving the University ; whom they married when and where they fell; their pro fession ; name of company, regiment and brigade, and any other facts. These are intended for publication when the eastern counties are forbid den to trade with the western by his High Mightnes3, the freight-rate mak er, of the Associated Railways of Vir ginia and the Carolinas. A New Berne merchant pays $1.35 freight on a barrel of pipes from Salem, while he pays only twentcents from Baltimore. "Something is rotten in the State of North Carolina," slightly to alter the great dramatist's expression, and that rottenness can only be eradicated by a healthy dose of legislation, in the shape of a railroad commission. North Carolina needs something to equalize freights and the town of Winston-Salem needs a railroad, a through line If we can't ship our goods to eastern North Carolina on account of exhorbitant rates, let us get a through line that will compete with the Richmond & Danville sys tem and send them elsewhere. The IjIiEWXASI'S IiETTER. A Farraginous Feast of Facts Fresh Prom the National Capital. Special Correpoit fence of The Sentinel. Washington, D. C. Nov- 15. In exactly four weeks the first session of the 50th Congress will begin. There appears to be no douht of the re-election of Mr. Carlisle to the Speakership of the House, and, m your readers know, Senator Ingalls, representative of Kansas, is President, pro tern of the Senate. This will be the most impor tant session of Congress held for many a year. The reduction of the revenue law i3 a piece ot necessary legislation, tracts at Coventry m 2 minutes, 35 seconds. Good Judges think, with everything in my favor, I could do 2:30 for the distance." "What is your system of train ing?" "I eat plain good food, and plenty of it. I take a little walk befogs breakfast, and then, after that meal, if I am loggy, ride eight r nine miles on the track here, in thick flannels. After dinner I do some more 'slogging' work, and m-y be a walk, and early to bed. "But there is one idea of mine which I have found invaluable. If I have done too much work, or my system is out ot order, or if I don't to all points by the Norfolk & Western Railroad. When we get that we can get reasonable rates from the R. & D. R. R., and not until then. Other towns in North Carolina are more favored in the matter of trans- portation than Wmston-oaiem, ana she must bestir herself. Take Fay etteville, for instance. Theie they to Winston, but when weot there to- et gjxth caas freight from Baltimore, Dacco was seiung so 10 w mat o . Wilmington, at fifteen cents per IOUrJ UlU not CUier any ui uut Wws , , , t.. W.fi nv tnrtv- ' I 1 4ntsi f a nmh unsold. IWO neanj mrw uma muvU Immediately upon the receipt of This thing can not go on, our town that copy of the Patriot, tne editor of nas progresseu iar uj,m.u the Sentinei, went to all the ware houses in Winston. We found that tobacco had betn sold for these gent lemen at the Piedmont and Farmers' that there was a large quantity of it, and that the prices brought here were far in excess of those given at Greensboro. Below we give a sched ule of thpsfi m-ices on different lots sold at the Piedmont : Price in Greensboro; in Winston- Alex. Kiger, (Stokei Co.) $4.00 $7.00 JO. UU 10.00 12.50 A. J. Danly, (Surry Co.) 16.00 25.00 This advance was gained, too, after the rough handling incident to un packing and re-packing at Greensboro. No effort was made to strain up prices towns in the State, considering its com mercial disadvantages, but we can not hope to rival them if we are to re main off from a main line. We must have the Roanoke & Southern Rail Road. which will open up opportunities for many a budding statesman to make a feel quite soundj 1 take what j have name and fame for himself. It is uscd since j was queer' in 1S8. I now generally conceded that the tar nave aivvays found that Warner's on iduucvu win ue laikcii un. CONGRESSMEN AT THE CAPITAL. ! Already there are quite a number of Cona.re6smen here. The Democrats KGW 03 WE DIG GUR GRAVES? We must eat or wo cannot live. Has wo all Y.nt:- But do CXOSE THE DOOES UPON THEM. Scarcely had the hangman's noose silenced those tongues calling for the destruction of all law and order, be fore kindred evil spirits met in Bir mingham, St. Douis and other cities and passed resolutions denouncing the Chicago execution as legalised murder. They have uttered threats direful and bloody, against ail society, all law and the buyers were unaware that the and order. Such men are either era- are greatly pleased, as is the Presi dent and other government officials, over the elections in New York and Virginia. There is but one express ion ot opinion about JVlr. Cleveland, to-wit: He will be unanimously renomina ted and triumphantly re-elected next year. All agree that the hanging of the Chicago anarchists last Friday tvas the proper and the fitting thi?, indeed about the only thing that could have been done. Four of them died at the end of the hangman's rope, another by his own hand, the ether two going to the penitentiary for life. Only one, Parsons, was of American birth and he had a negro wife. He is classed a3 a Texan, having lived in that State for a number of years, bu he was born in Massachusetts. And so ends the most damnable conspiracy for the overthrow of social order and good government this country has yet witnessed. THE VACANT JUDGESHIP. Immediately upon the assembly of Congress it is expected that the name of Secretary Lamar, to be a Justice of the Sunreme Court of the United States, will be sent to the Senate. Mr. Lamar being an ex-Senator, the nomi nation will, according to "Senatorial courtesy," be immediately confirmed, without reference to the committee. The wiseacres say that Postmaster General Vilas will succeed Mr. Lam ar as Secretary of the Interior, and that Assistant Postmaster General Stevenson will be made head of the postoflice department. If this should turn out to be so, Attorney General Garland will be the only Southerner left among the seven members of the Cabinet. safe cure sets me up and puts me to rights again, a-id it is a remedy which I believ iu and tell all my friends about. 'In winter time especially, when you can easily understand 1 am not so careful of my health as in th spring, summer, or autumn, I have found it invaluable. All I want, to beat the fastest bicyclist in the world, is plenty of practice, an occasional dose of my favorite, and my machine. "When 1 am about right in weight I content myself with short, sharp bursts as hard as ever I can goon track, and when I can cover 440 yards in 30 seconds with a fly ing start, 1 reckon to be moving as well as 1 want to." Bicycling- is glorious sport, but it has its physical ill effects which, however, can be easily overcome by the method used by Champion Howell. E Scrofulous, Inherited and Contagious Humors Cured by Cuticura. Throusrh the medium of one of your books re ceived through Mr Frank T. Wray, Druggist, jcpono, jra., 1 Decame acquaint! tvitli your ju ticura Remedies, and take this opportunity to testify to you that theis use has permeneutly cured me of one of the worst cases of blood poi- aonin-r, in connection with erysipelas, that I have evcrseen, and this after having been pro nounced incurable by some of the best physi cians in our country. I take great pleasure in lorwardine to you this testimonial, unsolicited as it is by you, in order that others suffering Irani similar maladies may be encouraged to give your (jtrTicuax Kkueuiks a trial P. S. WHO. LINGER. Leechbure. Pa. Reference; Frank T. Wray, Druggist, Apollo Pa. tobacco had previously been offered in Greensboro. One pile of tobacco, that of Mr. Alex. Merritt wa3 not put on sale, not on account of unsatisfactory prices,but because there was a big break and the tobacco could not be gotten at. For verification of this we refer to Mr. M. W. Norfleet, proprietor of Pied mont Warehouse, or Messrs. Alex. Merritt and B. J. Bolinjack. At the Farmer's "Warehouse, on Fridav. Mr. S. L. Tuttle sold one lot j zy or totally depraved. A man who would throw all government, all pro tection of property and life to the winds and proclaim the rule of the strongest is not far from the level of howling beast and should be caged. This government is not a monarchy, nor yet ruled by an aristocracy, but it is a government "of the people, by the people, and for the people," where all men are free and equal. The govern ment is the people, hence a rebel to the government is a rebel to all the at $11.25 that Greensboro only offered people, a menance to the well-being of $7. for. and another at $21. that 1 - - brought only $14. in Greensboro. On Monday, Mr. B. J. Bolinjack told the editor of the Sestixel that he had left some tobacco at the Far- every citizen, and he should be treat ed as a madman or a murderer. The only safe plan is either to banish '.from the country those anarchists ;we al ready have or to lock them behind mcra' Warehouse uueoW, but he said I prison doors, at th saia tioM closing "It was because it was all boxed up the entrance to our land upon all the in the train, I didn't know when they scum of Europe. The latter is some would get to it if I put it on the floor thing that only Congress can do, and and not having time to'wait, I just told something it ought to do at its next Col. Gorrell to hold it until I came meeting. down again. It was not because ofun satisfactory prices. Prices in Winston are better than any market I've ever sold on. When I boxed up my to bacco in Greensboro, some Danville men offered to pay my expenses to Danville if I would sell there, but I preferred to pay my own expenses and sell in Winston. I am done with Greensboro-." At Brown's Warehouse we found that Mr. Danley, of Surry county, had told Mr. V. B. Carter, one of the proprietors, that one of his neighbors, Mr. Jackson Ayers, realized $3 more per hundred on a lot of tobacco here than he was offeied in Greensboro, The Orinoco Warehouse sold none of the tobacco in question, so now we have noticed all the warehouses, and we find that a large amount of tobacco waa brought from Greensboro ; that it brought, in some cases, almost doub le the Greensboro prices and that it was not held for higher prices. These statements are corroborated by figures by the proprietors of the warehouses. and by two of the farmers, Messrs. Merritt and Bolinjack, Further than this, we give the amoants realized by changing the to bacco from Greensboro to Winston, as told us by Messrs. Merritt and Bolin jack: The 14th article of the Farmers' Alliance is the soundest kind of Dem ocratic doctrine : "We demand such a revision of the tariff, as will lay theheaviest burdens on the luxuries and the lightest on the necessaries ot life ; and as will reduce the incomes from imports to a strictly revenue basis. The Sentinel expects to ee the day when the great majority of farm ers and working men in the Southern States belong to the Democracy. They are fast recognizing that it is the only party that respects or regards their claims and interests. Our statement on the first page con cerning Judge Tourgee should read : "he returned to Nexo York, where he lost over $50,000 in " Our Continent." In most respects Judge Tourgee was a wonderful man. Within a very short time he mastered our North Carolina law, at the same time holding a high hand in politics and writing several books, of which "The Fools' Errjand' is a fair specimen. " If he had not tra duced and slandered our people, they would admire him, notwithstanding his politics. The ballad which Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," who is now in this Mr. Thos. Tuttle realized $21 more ; country, will contribute to the Christ- Mr. Alex. Merritt $30 more and Mr. S. L. Tuttle $43 kmore. We would give Mr. Bolinjack's gain, but he left the city without our seeing him after he sold his tobacco. . " Now these facts cannot be doubted, they are from honest and reliable men and they prove beyond the vaguest I roSa' mas Scribner'8 is the first which he has ever published, and those who have read it say that it will surprise the most ardent admirers of his ver satility by its vigor and stirring move ment combined with delicate imagery. It has an American title "Ticonde- firet in the University Magazine and! Winston is the best tobacco market! v r iitt 1 . - T . t . 1 !LT :r a 1 Oi-lj later in book form. When completed shadow of a doubt that the statement made by the Patriots correspondent was a mistake. In showing these figures, we do so from a sense of justice to this market and not from any wish for vainglory at Green boros expense. .there was Here is the way Mr. Henry George; defeated labor candidate for Secretary of the State of New York puts it : "The New York election is-over, and I con gratulate the readers of the Standard, The result is not victory; but it is one an error to-be corrected, facts were of those glorious defeats that make fu- needed and we have collected them. ture victories possible-" Yes, a very SCROFULOUS ULCERS. James E. Richardson, Custom House, New Orleans, on oatk says t "In 1870 Scrofulous Ulcers broko out on my btdy until I wab a iiiass a ma33 ol corruption. Everything knewu 10 me meaicai lacuity was tried in vain. Decame a mere wreck. At times I could not lift my hands to my head, could not turn in bed, was in constant pain, and looked upon me as a curse, jno reuel or cure in ten years. In 1880 I heard of the Cuticdea Reusdiks, usod them and was perfectly cured." Sworn to before U. S. Com. J. D. Crawford. INTERNAL REVENUE INCOME. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Miller estimates in his annual report that the sum of $120,000,000 will be collected from the various sources of he internal revenue during the cur rent fiscal year, provided no changes are made in rates of taxation now im posed by the internal revenue laws. ihe receipts for the last fascal were $829,523 in excess of the estimates. The total receipts from all sources of internal revenue for the fascal vear ended June 30, 1887, were $118,829, 523, as compared with $116,902,869 for the year 1886, and $112,421,121 for the vear 1S85. There was a re duction of forty in the clerical force of by Cuticura and Cuticura Soap exteraa!!; trip Tntprn-il Rpvemi" Brreau durinc Cuticura Resolvent internally, when all the internal itevenu xureau aurm0 medicines Send for PaBipiliet. the past year. ihe iorce now num bers 204 persons. An additional we a:. kiir that we !-.? by r-ntingf t It said we dig 01. r slaves with oui tcath. How f:;o:L h this sounds Vl-fc it is fearful r true. We are ter ri!rs' ui the njvproiiei; of the cholera r-i-.-.'i ytiio jt f-;r, ji-t there is a dis-i.v-:e constantly ai our doors and id ov.x- house fax mora dangerous uud destructive. .Mont j.sv.pie have hi Hi fir own stoiu'tt'l-s k j.oison, moid siovr, but etiito :i., rLil as the germ:; of those iiutliiuio.-i vhi-.;h sweep men I;. to eternity by Uioutwjids without f ruing in the tiiues of great eyi- 1 us-.uicH. xui 3i is a marcy that, 11 a e are watchful, we can tell when we are tin eaiencd. The following we iMiioiift th'i KTwytoius, vet thev do not always necessarily appear in iha sne ordc-r. aor a.- e they always Uife aaiao m jLe;enfc v:lscs. There is s, anil and siao-.-v j.-jolmtr: a bait taste in the mouth, cspeciaily in the onsiiig; the appetite is change able, ;rnc-ti;iies poor and again it seems f.a toui the putu-nt could not eat enough, aii J occasionally no appetite at all ; dullness and slug gishness 01 tho mind ; no ambition to study er work; more or less head ache and heaviness in the head; dizzinfifls cn rising to the feet or moviiu- middenly ; furred and coat ed ton jf uo ; a sense of s. luad on tho stomach, that nothiuij r moves ; hot. and dry skin at times ; ve low tinge in the eyes; scanty ai;i. i ayh-colored uriaa ; sour tasto in iLt- ;uouth, fre quently attended by j imitation of the heart; impaired virion, with spots that seem to be swimming in the air before the oyo ; a cough, with a greenish-colored expecto ration; poor nights' robt; a sticky slime about the toetli r.i-1 gums; hands and feet cold ai:.I clammy; irritable temper and L-.iv :1a bound up and costive. TJdr. istase has puzzled the physicir.-. ;.n.l ? till puz zles them. It is ihe rcmn-.oneat of ailments and yet ii- i-.ost compli cated and mysteiioiti;. Bometiines it is treated as consumption, some times aa liver eomp'a:nt, and then again as malaria and even heart dis ease. But its real nature is that of constipation and dyspepsia. It arises in the digestive organs and soon affects all the otht rs through the corrupted and poisoned blood. Often the wholo body including the nervous syetc-m is literally starved, even when there is no emaciation to toll tho 6ad story. Experience has shown thnt there is pt on remedjf ihat .ui ertainly cika tfafe iscir-u? in a 1 its stages, namely, Shaker 'Mxti:u'i. of Roots or Mother Sit!'i? Ouj.i'ivo Syrup. It never fail bu?, n?vn lhc'( -as, no time The Trade Palace TAKES TUB LEAD! It is a well known fact to ilie BUYERS OF THE TWIN-CITY and the State that for the past tour years we have carried THE LARGEST STOCK CO SHU THE Furniture Man, CICER ONE OP THE WORST CASES. We have been selling your Cuticura Ilenie die3 lor years" and have the first complaint yet to rec:ive from a purchaser. One of the worst ca3C3 of Kcrofula I ever saw was cured by the use of five bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, Cuti cura, and Cuticura Soap. The Soap takes the "Cake" here as a medical soap. TAYLOR & TAYLOR, Druggists, Frankfort, Kan persons. head of a division and two messengers are asked for to execute the provisions of the oleomargarine law. Commis sioner Miller recommends a revision of the law so as to prevent the evasion of taxation by the exportation and re importation of spirits. PENCIL PARIMGS. Col. W. T. Blackwell, of Durham, i3 here. J. M. Bernhardt, of North Caro lina, has been appointed a timber agent for the government salary $1,3000. Youne Hopkins, who sent the counterfeit bomb to the Chief Justice will be tried Wednesday. The following storekeepers and gaugers for North Carolina nave been appointed within the last weeK : o. a. Dula, at Kockville ; L. A. Smith, at Lexington ; Thos. Home, at Farming ton ; F. P. Batts, at Fork Church; J. A. Norris, at Stanly Creek, and F. P. Cash, in Davie county. LiLEWXAM. SUKOffl'LOUS. INHIiKITEI, And Contagious Humors,, with loss of Hair and Eruptions of tho Skin are positively cured 11 H v 3nrl other Pamphi Sold everywhere. Price : Cuticura, 50 cts. Cuticura Soap, 25 cents: Cuticura Jlesolccnl ;1.00. Prepared by Pottkb Drug and Chemi cal Co., Boston, Mass. ySST-Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials PRJSPLE3, Blacicheads, chapped kin p raven ii by Cuticura Soap. and oily UtdicmtcdL ON THE WHEEL ! this fcection, possibly in the Stated What 'Rouud-the-World Stevens and Champion Uowell Bay of the Sport. The popularity of 'cycling is growing. Thomas Stevens, who has just been around the globe on a wheel says that the best roads in tbe world are found in British InJia. The Grand Trunk road is l,6oo miles, an unbroken highway of marvelous perfection, from Pershawar on the Afghan frontier to Calcu ta. It is made of smooth, hard, natural con crete, beds 01 which lie along the line. How such roads would be ap preciatd by the enthusiastic 'cyc lers of this country! The wonderful achievement of Mr. Stevens, -in the face of myriad dangers entitles him ta all his hon ors. The fast riding champion of the world, however, is Richard How ell, of Leicester, England. He is a splendidly made fellow, between 5 and 30 years of age, six feet high and weighing, in training, about 16o pounds. He commenced riding in 1879 and in 1SS1, at Belgravia grounds, Leicester, he won the one mile championship of the world, beat ing all the best men of the day. From that time his career has been one of almost unbroken suc cesses. He came to the United States in II84 and 1885, and at the great Springfield1 tournament in 1815. won seven out of eight races. In the 'Cycling News (Eng.) Oct., 1887, is the following inter view with him. ' "What are vour best performan- have a "june sweetnin time tryingces?" v ; - to realize Ihcee" future yictories.. J "Tliia 3 ear I dfd a full mile Oft tlee should bo los. in trying other so called remedies, for they will" do no good. Get fl. b great vegetable preparation. .-. v.red by avencr able nurs? v. Lot. :-..iae is a house hold word i:. Gc-y-ii.my) and be sure to get thf jj-' iiiiii e :uHclc. GITljr VI Li SiJVES DOCTORS. Shaker E.;t;v.- i 01 Boots or Sei .'ifl's Syrup ha.' rnised me to good health, after i-exm doi lors Vad given liO up to iliz- with consumption., i-1o write9 11. F. Grace, Kirkman vliJe, Todd Co , K; HE 33XT-V CF IT JUST IS TIME. "I had been ubout given up to oie with dysperaia when I lirst .-uw the adv6Vi-.:;?iMu--;if. uf Shaker Extract of Roots or H vl'a 'Syrup. Aiiei ushr? four b :t. s I was able to al "1:1 .".It". .sell UTERINE PAIRS And Weakness infctantly relieved by the Cuticura Anti-rain rlaster, a Ferfect Antidote to Pain, Inllamma tion and weakness. A new, instan taneou3 and infallible pain-killine plaster. 25 cents. Mortgage Sale. By virtue of a mortgage deed executed by ikl. N. Goins and wife Grace J. Guins, recorded iu Book 2, Page 221, Register's office of Forsyth county, on the 16th day of February, 188S, I will expose to sale at public anetion to tha highest bidder, for cash, on Saturday the 10th of December, at the Courthouse door in Winston the following described real estate, consisting of One Hundred Acres lying on Silas creek, near the town of Winston, adjoining tho lands of Jacob Tise, F. 4 IP Fries, Dan Grubba, and known as the Sussdorff farm. Also a houss and lot in Winston, fronting on th street, 82 ff.sl and of that width extending north 1G0 feet, fronting the colored Baptist church, and known as the house and lot of Hoi man Goins, on Lot 328, Plot of Winston. 44-tf. J. C. BUXTOX, Executor of C. F. Sussdorff A Rare Opportunity TO SECURE FA&CY POULTRY AT LOW PRICES, 'the undersigned is closing out his entire tock xf Light Brah mas, Plymouth Rocks, Langshans, Brown and White Leghorns. Also 300 young chicks of the above varieties. Eggs for hatching at reduce prices for balance of season. W nto for what you want to ' J. D. FULMER, 22-tf. Elizabeth City, N. C. Sale of House and Lot. By virtue of a Decree of the Superior Court of Forsyth county, on Saturday, the 17th of December, 1887, at one o'clock n. m. at the Courthouse door in Winston, K. 0., I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, a lot lyin in tho town of Winston, N. C, adjoining the lands ot J. L. White and others; fronting 100 feet, and of th depth of ISO feet, with a four room house situated thereon. Terms of sole, six months' credit, with bond and approv ed security. Title retained until payment zt purchase money. R. B. KERSER, Adm'r novlT-tds. of William Long. BRING YOUR JOB -:- PRINTING -TO THE- sxjrjTEKTzsz. orncE. Conffh, Bronchitis, Arthro, Inill(retlon I I7ss MA.ir.afa Aiunffs nrrkum without deiar. is Ejuj SireS mail r ol tbo worst sues and is the best remedy for all affections of the throat and lon$a, and 1 dtooascs arfeina- from impure blood and exhaustion. The ret-ole and tick, tragKling eauu disease, and aiowly drifting; to tne era, "i u many cava. -V . . CJ. 5e ttrnelT nae of Parker Ginper Tonic, but delay is dan- "V SrronnT Take la time. Jt ta inv.lui.blo l.r oil pains T iai disorder el stozsaca And bowel, uucnumsuma. tend to ij I know of - " fever that 'w.mj been cured ly it.' So write.- :dr. Thos. Pulium, of Tay lor, Gccflvr, Co , '-'.a. TfOIlTi: :'.: VOL' -:S A BOTTLE. Mr. Th".-:(iM T. Evans, of tbf firm of Evan & !?:.. Merchants, Horn town, A--eo;:: v.-' o., Va., Tvrite3 that lio Lil Ik- r -k with digestive lisord-ss-', for .n -.nj years and had triad liwy physicians and medi--insj rith ; Mittoiit. lie began to :so yh.i? -r r.rcrurl of Tfcoois or Sei- ;.. :nn-h better m V. :ii Jered him :i vrell man. II .!. Una time one hot 'oi s ny ;j 1S87, sin vr.t three vrfjV.s tli self prAft;-i'"i7 arid a- T httVS I tie on hand, and if I couia not gci airymor!' f f-oid-i not taku a ter. dollar biU for ii. ' All di-iv .-!t. or Address A. J "VSTbiie, LiiR.ii.o4. Si Vf-reu St. N. T Variety of Goods of any house In the Sti te. NONE -: EXCEPTED ! WITH OUR knowledge and experience gain ed in handling this class of goods we have renewed and redoubled our efforts this sea son to rjlace before vou the best selected styles and most durable qualities ever exhibit ed in any he use in the State. We shall feel that our efforts are appreciated if yau will but call and examine the stock we exhibit. OUR DRESS GOODS AND Silk Departm'ts ARE FILLED with all the styles and novel ties and all kidds ot TK1M MINGS to suit them. Carpets. We sbow one of the most ex tensive lines of CARPETS, RUGS, &c. to bo found in the State, Our selection of styles com prise everything that is desira ble and our prices are drawn to the very lowest that good qualities con be had for. WE CONTROL many exclusive styles. Pay our carpet department a visit and we will save money fop you. OUR BLANKETS WQte purchased at thi large auction sales m July and we can save vau oX per cent on snme. -ffv44 0UR.- CLOAK DEPARTMENT IS WELL STOCKED OTISE, Main Street, WINSTON, N. C. fou BARGAINS! BARGAINS! PRICES THAT WILIi ABSOLUTELY ASTONISH 001 I I" OOK HERE AT THESE, only t JJ a sample of his LOW PRICES- , BED ROOM SETS from $i5 up; PARLOR SETS from $35 up ; WARDROBE SETS from $8 up. Mirrors, Picture Frames, aint ings, Engravings, &c, in fat. any thing you rant in that line. A NOVELTY I In the Carpet he handles, made from the fibre ot the longdeaf pine neat and cheap. Mertatiiii and UpMsterinii! IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ! When your wife wants a NEW COOK STOVE, remember the place, CICERO TISE'S. Uon't 2?orgot that he keeps CROCKERY of all descriptions at bed rock prices the cheapest in the city. August 18 ly. MARVELOUS nORY DISCOVERY. Wholly unlike artificial systems. Any book learned at one reading. Recommended by Mark Twain, Eichaed Hons. W. W. ABTOB. JCDAH P. BEN JAMIN, Dr. Mikok. See. Class of 100 Columbia Law Students, two classes ot 200 each at 1 ale ; 400 at University of Penn. Pnila., and 400 at Wellesley College, A-c, and engaged at Cliau tauqua University. Prospectus post bkk from PROF. LOIETTE, 237 5th Ave., rew York. THE PHOTOGRAPHER! HAS AN ENTIRE SET OF NEW BACK GROUNDS ! By one of the best Scenic Artists of New York -HOUGH9- Is bound to keep up with the times, and imlt spare no Tains to give his customers the best ol Photographs. lie has made arrangement with a number of Crayon Artists of New Yrk, by which ho can supply his patrons with 2024 CRAYON PORTRAITS with Gilt or Bronze Frames, formerly sold at $25 and upwards, for tbe remarkable low price of $16 to $20, making them a most DESIRABLE HOLIDAY GIFT! Please call and see stylo and size, before fir ing your orders to others. ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! Fhotogiaphs in all styles and best of work Hough Never Loses Patience with children, and he has the quickest plates in use, and gives proof?; no extra charge for re sitting when required. COPYING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY VIEWS OF tfJY KIND AT LOW RATES. FRAMES for Photographs, always on Land a low prices. HOUGH will do in the future, as in the past, SPARE WO PAINS, to please all who give him a trial S. E. HOUGH, 51y Mais Strkkt, WINSTON, N. C For Salt . Or exchange for property in Weeteti. urth Carolina, a valuable plantation near Mackey' Ferry, Washington county, N. C. Place con tains 300 acres. Beautiful residence- dwelling new arid styliaa. Gin house, barn, at-rk house and all necessary out houses and tenant nouses. Withia one and one half miles of Albermarle Sound and one mile of A A P. R. R- Has eve ry advantage for a man who likes farming and trucking. Owner wishes to engage in other business, hence desire to sell. For further par ticulars address Editor Western Sentinel Winston, N. C, or "ALBEMARLE," Sept. 22-tf. ifackey's Ferry N. C duly qnalifled as admin Hiirkliard. deceased, all persons indebted to aid deceased are requested to make payment to roe at once and all those TflTIITK If Mwin! IN istratorof F. It. Burkliard. deceased, all hscincFKigimitfiiainst the estate ot tne said de ceased, are hrreby notineu 10 presens mem 10 me duly authenticated, within twelre months from the date of this notice or tho same will be plead in har of their recovery. Xhis the eth dav of October, lUtii. l. I. HINB, Adn'r of K. Burkliard. 39-8t Mortgage Sale. By vir.ue of a mortgage deed executed to us by Thos. M. Swaim and wife Eliza Swaim whieh mortgage deed was duly recorded in Book 4, Page 181, Register's office of Forsyth County 1 will expose to sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on Saturday the 3d day of December, 1877, at tne Court House door in Winston, the following described Real Ketnte, adjoining the lands of Samuel Burke, .Inn. W. Griffith and" lying on the waters of Middle Fork of Muddy Creek and containing J 20 acres, more or less, WiTsoN & Buxton - t. . t niio Att'ys. Mortgagee.! 4i -4t. j with all the late noveliies. Our PLUSH WRAPS are made specially for us of tbu best sea plashes, best satin quilted lin incs. each one warranted to keep its color tmd wear well Ladies Loudon made Jackets and New Markets in checks plain and fancy styles. An enormous variety of Misses and and Children's Jackets and Cloaks, Muffs, Boas and Trim niing Furs. We are constantly adding to our SHOE DEPARTMENT and for wear and perfection of fit our shoes have no equal SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS In All Departments ! FOR -EVERYTHING ! that is desirable call at THITRADE PALACE, p- wm -Mil ' f-Pfy Rytak pros. Winston, N. C. 'PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE RictaonJ & Danville System. CONDENSED SCHEDULE Trains Run by 75 dcg. Meridian Time. NORTHBOUND. No.Bl I No. S3 D:iilv I Daily July U, lt7. Southbound No. 50 I no. it Daily Daily Ar. Ar. Lv. Lt. 8 SOpm 0 20am New York 4 45am 4 snpra Ii 85ra 3 00am I'liihidclphia 7 Mam 6 57pm 10 03am 11 25im lialtiuiore 4.r.Hin 42pm 8 10am 8 23pm Wanhinpton 11 24mr 'A Oopm 4 10am 3440pmCliarlotti'Svillc3S5)m a 00am 2 00am 1 15pm Lynchburg 5 SOpm S 05ara 6 15am 3 45pm Richmond 8 10pm 2 30am 8 .'.Sam 1 40pm Jturkeville 5 17 pin 4 25ara 8 02ain 1 00pm Keysvillo 5 68pm S 04am 2 44am 12 44pniDrake'iiiItrnch0 10pm S 21am 11 29pm 10 oOiiin Danville 8 50pm 8 06a a 11 20am 4 80pm 8 30f,m 2 10pm 8 50am 12 47pm Goldsboro Raleigh nurnam 3 80am 8 10pm 5 85 pm 1 Onam 0 4ipm -zsipm 3 34am 12 07ara 1 -xinm Chanel Hill 6 OOnm 9 40im 8 2xam GreenBboro 10 44pm 4Sara 12 30am 11 SOam Snlem 7 20pm 30am 9 13pm 7 58am High Point II 15pm 101Bm 8 01pm 6 45am Salisbury 12 89am 1123pm T 23pm 6 01am Concord 1 20pm 11 59pm fl 25pm t6am Charlotte 2 2fipm 1 00pm S46pm 2 10am Spartanburg 6 86pm S4pnf 2 84pm 104am Urecnville 6 60pm 4 4Spm Lv, Lv. Ar, Ar. 8 40ara 700pm Atlanta 120pm 10 40pm Daily except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 60 and 61 Pullman Buffet Bleepe between Atlanta and New York. On trains 62 and 53 Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Washington and Montgomery, Wan lntton and Aiken. rullmnn Sleler be tween Richmond and Greenboro. Through Tickets on sale at principal stations to all points. Bjg-For rates and information apply 7 fent OL. n4f y a I nna rikn fr t f HAA, M! 1".fT.'"vr. Kiehmond.V. a. 11AA9, 7VaUle Manager.