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THE DAILY WORKMAN,
J. 1. SICHAUX, Editor.
J- S. MlCHAEfX, IjOC.'i! Eiditor.
Rates op Subsoription.—Single copy
By the week to carrier teA cents. By
t!he month twenty-five cents in advance.
Six months ^51 50; one year ;33in ad
on South F.liri Street, under
Greensboro, July 4, 1S86.
KIOHMOND A DANVILLIi: R.ULliOAD.
An'ivi.:; I'rt^rn Richmond at 9 4.H a m
'■ “ “ 10 rO p rn
Leaves for Richmond ar 9 43 p m
KOKTB fiAltOniNA RAinHOAD.
A.rrives ‘kom O;uu*lolte at 7 53 a’m
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9 -48 a m
J.I 00 p m
9 00 p m
9 50 a m
Leavei.i for Charlotte at
Arrives fro.a i .rii(J.-;V:i;ro at
Leaves Goldsboro at
NORTU-WESTEEN S. 0. RAmROAB.
Arrives from Salem at 7 32 a m
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Leaves for Salem at 10 CO a m
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O. T. A V. V. RAILROAD,
Leave Fayetteville, - 12:20 p. m.
Arrive at G reeufsboro, - - 6:00p.m.
Leave Greensboro, - - 10:00a, m.
Arrive at Fayetteville, - - 3.50 p.m.
SCHEDULE OF M MLS:
Mails going North clos^ H .0
.9 '0 p m
” ” South ” '9 OO a m
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” Salem Br’eh” 9 00 am
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” East 9^-Am
’ ’■ o.p. iy.v.‘R.ii 9 00 a m
.General delivery-open from 7 00 a m
to 8 00 p m., except during th% distri
bution of mails. On and after Mojiaay,
Aug. Slat, the Money Prder andi^egis-
tered Letter office will only bA open
from 9 00 a m to 4 00 p m.
—^Judge Gilmer is holding court at
Smithville, Biunswick countv.
Idle trails this.mornino .
well crowded for jiTf’directions.
The Daily Workman.
VoL. 4. GEEEXBi'.UliC,:. N. C., TIlEi«.^.T, SEPTEMiIeK 21, 1SS6.
—Theie are some very important
cases to come up in the U. S. Court
at Lynchburg, Va , before Judge
The undeiPigEj have lost or mislaid
a batch of storpcoounts, written on
Paul, this week.
brought by several parties against the
Va. Niidiand raiiro.ud to recover
dainage.s for injuries and losses incui-
aud inserted in
I manilla paper b
' plicates of thete
small and flexible
Ve have no du-
counts, and therefore
respectfully ask those who are due us
red in the great accident at the bridge - tran.^af.iis to call and assist
beyond Lynchburg a httle^ over two ; reaching a ccurato a conclusion
years ago. Col. John^N. Staples, I as pcsaible as toy rniuuiir.s duo.
who represents the railroad, went on
last night. Judges and counsel will
be plentiful and able.
—Be sure to report at this office
•iny and every failure to leceive ^he
—Fresh oysters and coflee, cake
and ice cream at the Cofi’ee House
Festival to night. Pine apple she*-*
—The cold wave struck Greens
boro last evening and made itself felt.
It was waving all night, and made
one think of early frost.
—Mr. N. A. Hanner, who was
here some days ago on crutches, is
here to-day, minus the crutches,
which we are gird to see.
—Our near neighbor, Mr. Strauss,
has been receiving large lots of dry
goods, and last night was very busy
putting them on the shelves.
—The Presbpterian Synod of N.
C. will meet in Concord October the
4th. The opening sermon will be
preached by Rev, J. C. Alexander,
—We give our readers to-day an
interesting, matter of fact letter from
a correspondent at Mount Pleasant
Cotton Mills, and feel sure that such.
•solid matters will find appreciation.
— VVe had a pleasant call to day
from Mr. P. R. Coble, who lives
near Red Cross.
—Rev. Dr. Smith returnea from
Mount Airy last evening, and reports
quite an interesting and fruitful meet
ing at that place.
— Miss P. E. Macon, wliohssbeen
spending h*jr vacation in Greensboro,
took her leave this morning bound to
one of the schools of middle Tennes
see, where she will fill a positon as
—Mr. Hunter Dalton, who came
up on a short visit from! Danville
yesterday is off to day for Philadel
phia, where he will enter the College
of Pnarmacy to make himself solid, in
his special line.
Just So. —One of our business men
put the facts in a very juic light when
he remarked jhi^s_ moriY,ng that no,
place in existence could surpass
Greensboro in the march of improve
ment for the amount of noise that is
made about it. Nothing could be
truer. Dozens of houses are built
without a note to go out on the
breeze, and tens of thousands of dol
lars’ worth of goods go out without a
ripple being seen on the waves. And
this we have to say, that people who
come to Greensboro to live can bear
testimony to the fact that the sur
roundings are even more favorable
than they had been led to believe.
As to the prices of goods in this
market, we know them to be low, so
low that those who come from abroad
to buy give the praise to our merch
ants for their moderate rates.
But we do want a few things just
now: I. Manufactures. 2. Paved
streets. 3. The opening of North
Elm, so as to have an unobstructed,
broad, grand extension reaching from
the depot to what is now a forest in
the lands of Mr. Jesse Lindsay—the
grandest step that could be taken
now to broaden the town on that
wing and give it its due proportions.
Let all the people say amen.
A liberal rewail -’ffl be paid fc'r, the
restoration of th'jost batch.
se21 Iw Alford & Michadx.
Office of the J^rxh State Improve
ment Co., GEiksBOEO, N, C., Sept.
20, 1886. I
The annual jeeting of the Stock
holders of theN^th State Improvement
Company for jo election of Directors,
and the tiansaiion of such other bu.si.
ness as may cole before it, will be held
at their office i'Greeusboro on Wednes
day, the 6th dr of October next.
8621 4t : R. Percy Gray, Sec.
Jmtreceived|6 Ladies and Children’s
C’oaks, Newmijkets, Visitea, Wslkiug
Jackets, &:c. ’his is a line of Drum
mer’s Samples rom a first-class house,
and they will I closed ouj to our retail
trade at New !S^rk wholesale prices.
se20tf Samples. Brown.
( lioiceSeed VVliHit!
We ore prepared to furnish the best
varieties of choice selected seed Wheat,
grown in t)je valley of Virginia. Farm
ers aie requested to call and leave their
order.s with us.
fsel6tf Yates Brother-^
The subscriber having begun work as
a manufacturer of cigars, begs leave tc
sny to the public that he is r .-ady to
furnish the most choice brands, which
will not suffer by comparison with uny
goods on the market. Call at next door
to W. S. Moore, on Bust Market street.
sel5 4w Edward G. Keen.
Taylor’s ‘Q-oMMedal” Soda!
50 drums an . boxes just in from the
manufacturer. Sold low to wholesale
J. W. SOOTT & Co.
—It is hoped that at the reopen
ing of the Coffee House this evening
the company will be favored with
speeches ,from the gentlemen ' with
whom the Coffee House idea origi
—The Dispatch reports that after
filling all the room, both permanent
and temporary, that is obtainable,
there are yet over one thousand
children of school age in Richmond
for whom there is no provision.
Commendable efforts are being made
to meet all demands and make the
schools of Richmond the pride of the
Remember.—It is according to
our platform as a non-partisan jour
nal to publish the proceedings of all
public meetings and conventions and
give a list of the nominations, but
candidates who announce themselves
through our columns will be charged
for the service at advertising rates.
—The subscriber would announce to
the public that he has consented to per
mit his name to come before the Coun
ty Democratic Convention as a candi
date for the nomination to the sheriffal
ty of Guilford ceunty.
N. A. Eamnbb.
sep 21 d A w 3 t
(J^or Other Zocals See^Second Page )
pAtthe Ooj^e Restaurant Ice Cream,
'CrV'.am'Taffy aflil Vanilla Creani,' pure
Stick Candy—our own make, good
Gbeese, ISots pound, Snowflake and
Graham Wsifers, 20ct—3 tbs for 50c,
Pin Money Pickles, 40c quart,
se20Lf Geo. J. Starr, Mang’r,
From The West!
40 cakes of ‘‘Young America” Cheese
direct from Chicago—nice and fresh at
8el7tf SooTT & Go’s.
To buy from (1) to (50) head of fat
hogs. Any one having hogs to sell now
is the time to get good prices for them.
selStt J. R. Hughes.
From The North!
Finest Creamery Cheese just received
from first hands in.Y, Y.
selTtf J. W. Scott & Co.
Best Bread made in the city at the
new Bakery, sel5 Iw
Delivered every evening free by the
proprietor new Bakery. Send in your
orders. J. H. West,
sel5 Iw Prop’r.
—How did you like sample of “Crab
Apple” Vinegar we sent you some time
ago? Recollect we always keep a sup
ply of it on hand.
sel7tf J. W. Scott & Co.
Twenty-six Loaves Bread for 31,00 at
the new City Bakery. Get your tickets.
sets Iw J. H. West,
Valuable Propeity For Sale!
The subscriber offers for sale the new
house, with the lot on which it stands,
on Belle Meade Avenue, very pleasantly
situated, and in on excellent neighbor
hood. Everything new. The house
contains 6 rooms. Large lot. Apply
at this office. G. N. Ralls.
—A few dozen left of the Boy’s Polo
Caps at 15c apiece, at
selStf C.& M. Peetzfblder’s.
—Just received, Boy’s Knee Pants,
and will be sold at 25c per pair for a
few days only, at
sel3tf C. & M. Prbtifeldeb’s.
Hats I Hats! 1
Just received a large lot of all the
latest styles in Stiff and Soft Hats at
seltf F. Fishblate’s.
—Remember the loading restaurant
in the town is run by
Meals at all hours. 3 doors below
Brockmann’s Store. seS Iw
—For fresh Vegetables, Eggs, Fowls
and nice Counfry produce. Fresh But
ter on ice a specialty, call on J. H.
Swaim, at Steel Corner, East Market
street. Packages delivered free.
—For all kinds of Groceries, Canned
Goods, Pickles and nice things in gen
eral at rock bottom prices, call on J. H.
Swaim, on Steele Corner. au31 tf
•—Clothing at prime New York cost
for a few days only, at
au26tf C. & M. Pretzpelder’s.
Tu'Ch U) jfjtCfis '
Cartland has what you want—in new,
stylish, elegant and unmatchable neck-
t'es, the like of which you will find no
where else: In suspenders, all silk rub
ber cord, in new aad easy patterns—
superb goods. Men’s hose, a complete
stock, in the finest fabrics of merino,
Scotch wool and lisle. Just the thing
for the season, as you Will find.
—A Jot of Kid Gloves, slightly dam
aged, will be sold at less than half their
value, at C. & M. Pbetzfelder’s.
—Just put on our Bargain Counter
another lot of Dress Goods’ Remnants.
au26tf C. & '1. Pretzpeldee.
—A job lot o.f good Shoes at 50c per
pair, at 0. k M. Pbetzf^ldeb’s.
—A full jtock of Zeigler Shoes just
received—all of the latest styles for Fall
and ■'Vinter, at
au20tf G. "Will Armtield’s.
Charles E. Shoher,
Life and Fire Insurance Agent. In
sures in best Companies. Office at
present at his residence. au24t*
—Limeade, dispensed from the foun
tain of Alford k Miebaux, deserves to
be put at the head of the list of cooling,
invigorating draughts. jj27tf
On Saturday morning, near tank at
depot, a lady’s fine set ring. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by delivering
same at Postoffice. jy27tf
Dr. R. ^Y. Tate,
Practicing Physician, Greensboro, N.
C., offers his Professional Services to
the citizens of Greensboro and sur
rounding country, Office at Porter k
Dalton’s drug store. When not there
can be found at his residence on Ashe-
boro street, opposite Col. T. B. Keogh’s.
—Without good flour you cannot
have good bread. Have your grocer to
send you a sack of Patapsco Superlative
Flour, and you will never take any other.
25tf W’holesale Agents.
3 in. 1 day, 31.Ou
3 “ 3 days, 1.50
3 “ 1 week, 2.00
k col. 1 day, 1.5*
J “ 1'week, 2.00
1 “ 1 “ 3.50
10 lines I time,3 .80
10 “ 2 times, 1.00
lu “ 1 week, 1.60
15 “ 1 time, 1.20
15 “ 2 times., 1.06
1 reek. 2.00
Contract Advoru.'seiueucs taken at
proportionately low rates.
Effiteved at the post ojp.ee in. '}reer,^boro,A
G., as seco7id-clar,s matter.
—A first-class dining room servant
can hear of a good situation by apply
ing at this office. jylOtf
—The finest and. the best 'j.obacco on
the market—Dianora, Gravely,Fine Cut
and Nellie Biy just received at Alford ct
Michaux’s Drug Store. a9tf
Call at Scott k Co’s and ask to see
tho.-5e delicious Apricots One hundred
boxes received to-day. Only a penny
— Alford k Michaux can now dispense
to you from their soda fountain an ex
cellent drink known as ginger ale, in
addition to the customary mineral
A beautiful three bottle Castor given
with every pouud can of “Kenton”
Baking Powder. No tickets, no lottery,
but every one gets the Castor free.
Sold by J. W. Scott & Co.,
28fcf Wholesale Agents,
—W. B. Fai'rar, tne Jeweler, keeps a
nice stock of articles in his line which
he guarantees to sell on good terms
Other dealers may claim to be fair, but
he claims to be Farrar still. Call and
examine his elegant stock, assured that
you will find something to ilil the bill,
Mixed Pickles I Sweet Pickles!!
To make good pickles you must have
good spices and good vinegar. We can
supply you with the very best of plain
and mixed Spices, ‘ Crab Apple” and
Country Vinegar, White ^ud Black
Mustard Seed, kc., kc.
aul6tJ ^ J. W SroTT &.Co,
Persons who need jou work of an
sort would do well to send to this office
for estimates. New.spapers, pamphlets]
cirevdara, bill, note and letter heads,
envelopes, posters lax'ge and small con*
tracted for at economic rates. Address
ml8d&wtf Daily Workman,
Desirable city lots, convenient to the
schools, churches and places of busi
ness—neighborhood Axeel’ent Also
about nine acres rich bottom land less
than a mile frorn courthouse. Prices
moderate, Apply at this office.
Greensboro. Feb. 24. ’86. tf
A ColFee Uou8e Restaurant
AND FREE BEADING ROOM,
Under the auspices of the Greensboro
Woman’s Christian Temperance Union,
is opened every day from six o’clock in
the morning until ten o’clock at night,
on West Market street, just West of tha
courthouse, same block, North side:
In order to make room for a big Fall
stock, I will sell ail Summer goods on
hand at a great sacrifice, such as Dress
Goods, White Gooda, Lawns, Calicos,
Percals, Slippers, Clothing, Straw Hate,
&c. Call early and get a bargain.
aulltf G. H. Royster,
To get some barg-dns. In order to
make a change in my business, I am
closing out my entire StocK of Mili-
nery and Fancy Goods at prime cost.
I mean what Isav.andto conyinoe your
self, you have only to call and see tha
Rare Bargains. I am offering.
Mbs, T. a. Lyon.
Brick! Brick!! Brick 11.
The subscriber is now making brick
of a clay which he believes to be su
perior to any other in use here—clay
found in the low grounds near Green
Hill Cemetery. These brick prove to be
hard and of fine qualities of durability,
and are such as are needed particularly
in work which requires solidity. I am
ready to contract to furnish these sa
perior brick and also to 1^ them.
jistf D. N. ^KKPATBZO:^ f.