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Mia. 8. J. Hardy lias removed from Oor
Old Town and Kotinh Sta., to Main
Street, where slie offers to the traveling
public al! the accommodations found at a
first class tioardiiig house.
Kooms large, welt furnished, and lighted
through large windows, es|ieclally suited
for salesmen to show their wares.
Tahle furnished with the best the market
.Save money by stopping, when In trill
ion, at the Hardy House.
By rh*M«» of tho pow«r contained In b |
tnort#»ui* iUmml fxct iiUitl to me on tin* 25th
dav of K jhrimry. by Squire Venabl«'
and wifrt, (V. Venable, and recorl«»l in
Ho«*k *»7, pu?»* .it 7 of tho reo»rd of mort
gages of SLoke« f.'otmty, I will ttell for cash,
oil i lie premhea, on the
19 HI DAY OF NOVEMBER 1807,
at 1 o'clock,p. m.. the following described
lt»al estate to wit :
of Meadow, in F. Al. heiinbk'a limit, runs
South 39 chains and >7 IIIIKS to a whin*
oak; theuw tfrmt 25 «*hiins and HI links
to a small black yiun, (Al«*x Venatdc's (
South-West corut'i ); thenct* Nortti |«i *-2
W*'Sl with said WitabJe's line, 1H chains
Slid (14 links to a slake; theme Knl 7
chains and Ho l ini nto a stone in Volun
teer road: tnenw North meandering with
tin* said toad :14 chains to a stake; tl cnce
West 2 1-4 thai ns to a stake; the nee .South
G chains to a white oak; tlience We>t IN
chains and 7>l linifs u> llie con
taining 114 ;> 4 ac es more or lesf.
To satisfy a bond ofs. r »'H).ot>aml interest,
secured by the said tnorttfme de •»!
This 12 day of Oct«.lter l^'.*7s
Assignee of 8. 11. Ve lable, Moitcige.
ltuving obtained an order and rie-iee
fVoni N. ). t'eiiee, t;|erk of llie Su|».rior
Court ol Moke.- county, for that pnr|Hisn in
a picKwdlnis wherein J. 11. I'la'her, execu
tor of W. A. Ksles, ami others .ire |iiaiiilills,
uml (.'lial r e W. Estes Is del' ndaii', I will
sell U> tlie highest bidder for i-a-sli al t'.ie
comt lioiisc (Kor in die town of Daiihui),
X. C., on
Itlondßy, December ttth. W9T,
tbe followliiK real estate Ih;loii7lii; to the
estate of my tes'a'or, VV. A. Estos. all of
said real estate iy int: and tieiii!! in the
© unty of Stokes. N. C.
First tia I—On the waters nf Dan river,
one and one hah nrle' "rom Daub try. on
tlie mod leading from Hei latter plin
Buck Island ford on I'an river ami Krao.
ciseo, containing one huinli-ed and
flve acres, more or less. For a nice I'ett
nate doscripj ion >ei. deed from I 'lea-ant
TUley and wife to W. A. Ksies, on record
In liOjiister's office of .St-.Jt«a county ill
Itook JB, pay*
Heeond tract—B-in:; two tots lu the town
of Danbury kuowu as llie I,ash and Mo..re
bouse au.l store lo's, belli'* lots N>s II and
7 (less 2(1 b> ltd feet sold off 01 one of s ild
lots to A. M. Mack.) For location of lots
see plot ol town iu Krister's offl •, Si iAvs
Tliiril trart-B"ing lot In Danbury ai*-
joiuliu the I'resbyterl in rtiuKh, lot ■> i the
west side. For more certainty of descrip-
Uou see deed on record iu ollico
4>f .Stokes con nty from .S. H. Taylor and
wife to W. A. Esles, in ii k>k liß, page i.
'iiiis Octob-r jStli, IKU7.
J. 11. PKATHEK,
Ex. id W. A. Eslei.
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Dnnbury, - - N. O.
OFFICE NORTH COURT HOUSE.
JOHN D. HUMPHREYS,
DANHL'RY, N. C.
Prompt attei.tion to nil business en
tiusted. l*iactice In al) Mate courts.
W. V. M ('All.ic*«. W. L. MCCajilkm.
McOanless & McCanlecS,
Danbury, N. C.
Also keep firs' oU.-s drug-store.
I ileal in all kin ls of mar
ble and granite monuments
nr.d headstones, and keep eon
stantly on hnnd a largo stoek
to select from. I guarantee
all my work first class and
my prices are as low as those
that advertise to be lower
than anyone else. Cull on or
write to me for prices.
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GRLEMftDORO. - - «• C
.•■WINTER MILLINERY --
MRS. L- K- STANTON'S'
209 MAIN ST-,
WINSTON. • • • N C
Mrs. Stanton now has in
stotk a fina assortment of
Millinery and Fancy Goods
which she will sell at very low
prices. Look for yourself
and you will buy.
Dealer in tin ware, lin roofing, s/ov>
pipe, stoves, etc.,
A LARGE STOCK OJS
If your still has beeu cut by revenu
officers, no differtuoe h«w badly,
I «rill put still and worm in
shape that they will do aa
good work as ever.
Come and set me,
East side of Main Street
Winston, N, C,
Tomato, Cabbage. Celery,
and Other Eariy Vege
table Plants. Sweet Pota
Hortos, Geraninnms. Alys
ziun Cstev Chrysanthe
muiqs, and 50 other
Tuberose, Caladiiiiuus, (iladiolius, and
others Flowering Kulba.
SKEDS OF ALL KINDS,
i Come and see us or write us for prioei
| naming your wauts to
; SEED & PLAN TOO.
HOE- Market St.
1 GREENSBORO. N. C
- ' \
'* 7'liat Is the way all druggists set
*• GHOVK'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIt
for Chills aiiit Malaria. It Is sitnpljr iroi
anil lu a tasteless lorui. Child
n n love It. Adults prefer It to bltte
■muscatlog touica. l'rlea, 50c.
DANBUIIY, N. C„ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 189 T.
TOJtIL F»K TAX KM.
Mar* la Wlwl 11m Unl l.p(l»lnlar«
lulMHtnl «• *to for Narlk
Aliuost evrry one in this State has
been pxeroiwd aDoul a now law regard
ing taxes, passed by the In' legislature,
where a delinquent is to be jailed
Here it a can pic of the wsy it wmks
in oilier Slater, just aa it w II work in
North C»r..liu». It ia not overdrawn
at all, lot is j'ist what waa intended
lor the people of Nur«h I'lpilim. Ii
is froui i hi- Philadelphia llccjrd, ai d
ia aa follows :
"Kiustol, I's , Out 2d —An old
special law embraced in tbn charter of
liristolborough baa been rsk d up by
the lown •utboritie* and eufnTod by
meatia of imprisonment to make de
limp'Ut tmpajers settle their scores
or hufler an indefinite term of impris
onment in tbe oou'itv j.iil. Tie edi«t
went forth from 0 'iinoila a few nights*
iio ihat tbe law would be enforced,
mil jesierduy a batch of tin' men who
'.ml pusisteutly atood iff tho lax eol
leetor were hustled in lie look-up.
vVarrsnt" for the arte*! of 21 others
aere i»aned by Huigies Joluisou.
"All of (Lodo upon whom Chief nf
I'olice Siijtnn l«'d bis li.n.ds wi re met.
bavins; no property that 00-ild h«-
legally allack«'t. Their tax only
amounted to $1 50 em-h, levied on wlrit
ia kimao as ' ooeupatioO," though some
are «e' I in nnnipii"!.
'•When tl.e Chief, who by the way
is also tho tax collee'iir, had taken
them in charge. 2 ' inoic was added
to each prisoner's accounl for cosis.
••fi oi« of th" printers wto at first
inclined lo look on their arrest b-i a
bluff, but soon got over that idea,
alien-h-wn tho «ay to rcll*. They
were told nf a man who, some years
ago, l.i y ill the I>OJ loali'Wii j tl f.r biue
in'iiitbs boca no no would not or could
not pa) hi* borough lux, ntid then only
got out v iii'ii tlie m int y wis produced.
"\Vitli tho prospect of beiujt "rai
roaded" to cou >tv prison thus increas
ed upou lho:n, tiioy lui^lor d Oi.cf
Suxton lo aavo them Iro n su'll a
'ate. Thai i-fli.nal siar'ed out to find
I heir fuimlies and t.'ieuds, who 111 tin
end put up tbe I r fl i g tax d- uiand d
to i-eunre all the |ri-on|V release.
Several of llie di 111 quanta, l ow vrr.
emaiiiad ill the louU-np until ueO.
t Htw la a 4'navfiilliM lu lla,-
The negro convention, cillod by Rev.
11. 11. W. Leak and others lo protest
ugainst the white Republic in* nail
Populists (.'etiing nil tllfl offices, wn.x
lit Id in the oruri house to-nijeln About
300 were present mid there were lively
scenes. C U. King was temporary
chairman ; A. M. Moore, secretary
I'lie report f the creicutinls commit
the showed quite a long Ist of delc
golil. Several of 'ho timid ones took
their names Jsmes 11. Tonng «t»t in
the reir nud ridio'tl'd the convention.
Kdwird A. J h 'son, of Mulcigh, was
T1 e report »f the commit teo on res |
o!ntion« was rend by Ijesk. after ftmeh •
quarreling. It embraced the call for
till* meeting and provided that t 1 e
name of the orjf»n : E«t|i>n be tho Jiin
eoln Republican League ; the object, t
secure to negro Repuhlicsn* j'ist recog
ni'ion ; to have no «o|nr lino in mem
bership ; to vote for no ni >n not •
fiiend of tho negro ; to provide for
county, town »nd township leagues and
leaupues of Kepubliean women ; ooin
mending the penitentiary director* for
their rofu«al to obey Governor Russell's
behest to leae tho penitentiary to out
side parties ; pledging them not to vote
for any man who will n it give a pledge
for negro education.
John H. Williamson, of Franklin,
•pdte and raised > great clanvr. lie
wm a*lled a traitor by Urint, Foster
and Fletoher Lockhart. Hn termed
them idiots, lie declared the negro
I has more enemies in the Republican
party in North Caro'ioa to-day than
he has in the Demo-rat o party. Leik
said'«the Republican party ia dead »>
nr as North Carolina ia coucerned."
Williamson said rune negroes present
were infernal ncoundrela. At this
, Lockhart straok him in the uj'utli. A
lively fight followed. Williamson knock
* ed Lookbart down with a oluir, He
was finally removed. Then the reso
lotions were adoped.
IMEIIVOUS t'roubles arc due fa]
I. impoverished blood. Hood'a Bar
r aapsrilla is tl>> One True Blood
Purifier and NERVE TONIC
Horrible to lUltHflsU.
I".. City l£-iiiiouiist.
Tho Demo-raUi of North Carolina
inu'i be made to realite thai if tbey
ln«e the Siste a*\in n. *» and the
1 R pntilieans oarry tbe eountry aesin
|in Itt'Nl, there will b«* ten negro office
holder* in this State where there i«
one now. The nrgroes of North Caro
lioa ca«t about three.fo'ir*bs of tbe Ka
put.licaii »ote of the State, and what
ever they may bs»e done heretofore,
ihey are now beiiiniiing to properly
esiimait their power, slid, with oon.
tiuued Kepuhlioan succesa, will mske
demands of their white lesder* lo which
llie laticr will be compelled to yuld.
'l'lltu eI. a woild of vtadom in the
ab ive scntiblo words from the Star
i'l.ey arc start ling in their siiioifioauue.
Tliu llepiihlicau P'fy '• s..|»iui» lie
"negro probl.' u" in all its c luplui* I
nous with a 1 upid I*y I'iat if a|'palliuif. |
if Ihe aft'iio |..jo|»'■» of Nor 'i Ctr> lio • I
do n"t sri-a lilre the titruie 1111 in h'- I
un-li .ro uiigl.i in the n«-tl Siate i-leit. !
tinu iheru will be no longer a negro
problem to solv, the nigroes will bo
iu the iisuend.ioey in N irth Oirs'.Di,
•nd the while min will be tiie n'uier ,
|.>« in tlm problem, slid there will Ii"
negroes iu »nei»l life, negme* in jndi
c ill life, negroes in educaiinnil lite and
in material life 111 North Csrolina. r or
ibu orgrnes constitute tim grout bulk
■it the |ti'pub|iiM|i p'ir'y, S' d if I'M-
Itepiil li.-atH eniitiunf iu power, llien
white Fupri iuiov iu .\ortb Caiolin will
be a iliin e ' of the psst, und negro
s'lp-eiu'icy will h. at existing fie',
and barbarism will be upon >s. 'I his
is ht.riibl. 1., mil emplate but it is o t
wort while to shut our ejoi to tl.e
All the startling plia t.>ui fse.s
us. In llie coun'y of I'liKq i ilauk h
tho last (fene-sl election lending It -
puliliuaiis urg.ll llie j Isnilii of 11 »rui!»
.111 thee unit, hoards of rdu'ition. and
11 was done in smiu eas-.s |i wis th
1 teriiiat wodje. It is ilie liist step
iliat 00' lots. N w is our luui o
K *ii:ucUy M.til ltsrj Ihh.l.
T iere i« rejr'.t »nion Djino ra's
i»v« yw'.or.- »t the def.-»i. ot Mr. Oir
I.an. He has rendered his pnrfy and
is o iiiutry servioe thai entitles him
to I'rutitode. Il has ia t of a hit; 1 ,
order -tint lanl llist is e*"«o'ial to
leadership. He has henn iruo to b i,!
party's action sin-e ha first entered
politics, unit in IbiHi aben those who
hud b'-en honored by the party were
'leHeriinjf. tie stood true, though oon
jgiiius 11n*I hist Sidle vfus not likely to
,'iidorsi» t > t'hiioigii platform.
lu I lie lute campaign lu Mirjland
tins Pi-iii >onits ad ileil a pVitf.irm »liioh
•»»» termed n • strad«lle " It oon
liiineii uo r iilßriimiuu ui t.u Uuicayj
l>U'fiiiin itud Its d'ola'ation for h'nietil
lirtiu fir fiom satiftiolory to tlie
tree silver Di'moori's of the country.
It wk b. lievod that a dcoUrati in in
f-vorofbi metallism and ■ prrdinti u
Ihv it wool.l com# waft saflioieot, m l
that it tlie I'latform stopped there t'ie
| toll Democrats would b-Ip redeem ib«
| Stum. lu this noli.in, bouuaily uu.
iortain-d. Mr (ioruian aud tbs Dem.
Dir,iiio . party were mist The
sold Pamocrats of Marj land, led by
the Hilliuiore Sun, are Republicans on
the money question and would accept
nothing but an outright repudiation of
the Chicago platform,' As the Mary,
land Domooraoy would not that fttulti
fy itself, iho goldite* determined to
keep the State in tbe Kepoblioao
ooluiun. They have now taken np
their abode in the Republican camp,
aud will remain there permanently if
iboy wait to be invited back home on
the oondition that the party wilt re
turn to the advocacy of tbe gold stand
The Ke tacky Democrats were j
wiser than their brethren in Maryland.
They reaffirmed the doctrines of tbe
Chioago platform and fought the
osmpaign upon the same issue as in
18915. I'bey gave no quarter to
Carlisle, Watterann and tbe rest of
the Paluiorites, telling them that they
would be welcomed back into tbe party
when tbey were ready to follow tbe
Majority. Tbe boltera elected to stand
op and be counted where tbey did not
go over to tbe Republicans. Tbey
were utteily ronted and have thrown
up the sponge.
Tbe wiadoot of tbe aetion in Ren.
~ tucky is denwostrated. Tbe hope of tbs
° Democracy lies in ataoding true te
J everywhere just as tbe party
did in (hit State.
■IFKK'N A MCH i'ANK I
It Tatar* Uln of Ihi FlnM to RUM *
Ksleigh, N. C., Oct., 27 —There
was a queer oaso before the Supremo 1
Court recently. It was that of the I
Sta'e no rotation of Harry Kpps, and '
flarry Kpps n. Wm. H. Smith, from
Vance. This was a civil action tried
before Jud e and a jury at Miy term I
The plaintiff introduced the sworn
statement of election expenditures,
$127 iu amount, filed by Smith. It
included the following items :
To Chas. beoaune he asked
uie for it $ 50
To )ilea Weir, two gallon* of
whiikey, (to bo used as be saw
proper) 8 80
To Lnvelioe Young, one gallon of
whiikey, (to be utied as be
thouitht beet) 1.90
'J' i Jim Gill whiskey to be used as
he wished 1.00
To whiskey furnished another par. 1
ty, wliosi uame 1 have forgotten 2.20
!'•■ six gallons whitkey, used by
rovnelf and friends, and any
other person whu happened tu be
pr- tot 9.00
Toons gallon whiskey furnished
K. M. Towties, to be used as he
To lulf-ghllon whiskey furnished
Daniel HuHook, to be used as
be 1 00
T • ••Hi* i| irt. Ocftgn lliit>hr>s 60
P« t«o "nll'ins whiskey u»td by
myself aud It Muds and all
others that might be preseut at
i\r time 3 20
To one gsHou furnished J. A.
virevuAitj, tj iic used as ho
ir-t 'l 1 60
T.i one wallop Henry Turner, to
be i.sid da iiu liked 1.60
"i tie yiiloti 'V. II Heayis, to bo
n**d s« h" liked 1.60
I'o one gallon Aiiii'«w Wit kins 1.60
Smith (urtlie.- s r >re : "The par
ties -i i nod th.ve are all Republicans,
sn I were working for the straight He.
pu l;u»n ticket I mi iuforuicd, ex
eept Mt. Weir and Green*** (and
per'iaps one inor-), and Joe und Phil
Hunt, t treated slid drank with men
of all pa-ties h-f ro aud during and
•ineo the oatmcaign, bat not with a
»«w of lutluoiioiui; their voles, nir in
aid of tnv election ; w >u! I have done
so if I nad .iot been a candidalu."
I'nuuOrrrlu Belt *r rimn I'iielo Nnin'it
a mm Fjr.
St. Loul bUnalc'i.
Counterfeit silver d Hum of greater
weight and fineness than those turned
oat fin n (Inula Sam's mints are the
latest in the onniaoker's art, and St.
fjouis U the first city to aufTir froui
them. Kur the last week St. Louis
hi ik toilers Irtve l»>en aooepting the
counterfeits in question without hesita
tin ti. It was only when they reaohed
the St. Ij 'Ui* sub-Treasury that tbeir
spurious ch'iraoter was detected.
United States Treasurer Small sent
•me to the mint for assay. He received
i reply in which the statoment was
uiade that there was no doubt that
th re «i> more pure silver in the
o lunierfnit than in a genuine ooin and
that its liueuea* exceeded that of the
According to Col. Small, the ooin
weighs 13k grains m ire than the gen
uine. Its finoss is 91 por ceut., while
that of a genuine is but 9J per cent.
J. rtlsj to luMlor Hunt.
A-heville Citizen, 3d.
A few weeks ago J. Wiley Shook
sent the fallowing telegraui to Seua.
tor Marcus A. Hanna :
"I congratulate you that the Pres
ident, as announosd, baa the courage
to speak for yott in yonr campaign. I,
however, regret the apparent orisis
that demands this effort in your be
, half. Bay to him, wh«o he appears In.
, Cincinnati, to make this speeoh :
i All executive orders regarding civil
servioe issued by President Cleveland
, in hi* second term are from this date
, rev iked, and all olouds upon your sue
f oess will immediately roll by."
This morning Mr. 3h>uk sent this
r telegram to Senator Hantia.
e ">«y instruction not having been
,} onrried out, please aejept tuv ooudo.
y What the Senator said when be re.
D oeived this can be only oonjectnred,
and perhaps oould not be printed i
. it were known.
Ie 1 ■
[0 T ME ONLY True Blood Purifiei
I prominently in the public eye to
' day is Hood's Saraaparilla. Tberefon
get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S.
A. J. FAIR, I. 11. NELSON, S. WILL lURRSON.
WALNUT COVE, - - N. C.
Come for nil th' are n->w ready. IHtli plentv of buyers, plenty of money, and
several good orders from a distance, we feel safe in saying that we can net you as
much for your tobacco on this market as yon can get on any market. We ask
yon lo try us with vome of your tobacco, anil lie convinced. Our buyers handle
all erailes. Every pile shall have our |>ersonal attention.
tT"Hnle Every Day n.t lO O'clock,
WALNUT COVE WAREHOUSE CO.
MEADOWS, - - - N. C.
If in nee J of LUMBER of aiij kind,
Rough or Dressed, come and sec me
before you buy elsewhere.
lam located in a good Tlin'ier Section and can furnish you Lumber at reasonable
prices. Will till your orders for
FLO RING, CEILING, FRAMING, SfC.
On short notice. Can also furnish Doors, Bunds,
Sash, Mantels, Brackets. Maniels Shingles-
Molding. Steel or Cement 1100/lng, #c.,
on short notice.
I also do general Shop Work. Coffin's made to order.
Come and sec me, I will do you right and price
to you low down. Your friend,
F. A. SLATE,
The old and reliable
a full line ot
Seed s, Trusses,
Mail Orders promptly attended to. Ca
and see us.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum nnd Rczema.
The intense Itching aiidamartiiir, Inci
(lenttothesediseaaes, inlnstaritly allayed,
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
BWn Ointment. Many very bail cases
have been permanently enri dby It It
Is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remMy for sore nipple*
chapped haml* ehllbhiHta, frort bites
r and chronic s*« eyes. SJrcts. per bo*.
Rr. Csdy'i GoudlUen Perdrr*,
jast what a horse needs when In bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifnge. They ai-e not food bnt
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