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rHE DAILY WORKMAN,
.1. L. MiCHAUX, Editor.
J. S, IHIICHAUX, liocai Editor,
—DISPI..AYED— I —
anes 1 time,$ .80
“ 2 times, 1.00
“ 1 ■week-, 1..50
“ 1 time, 1.20
“ 2 times,1.50
“ 1 veek. 2.00
-iSgf* Contract AdverLi.s6ti»ents taken ai
proportionately low rates.
Entered at the post office in, Green^borOy /■
G., as second-class hzntfer.
"^Offiice on Sov.th Elm Street, under
Greensboro, Nov. 14, 1886.
BIOHMOND A DANVILIjE FAILBCAD.
irrivos from liichmond at 9 43 a m
“ ** “ 8 55 p EQ
Leaves for Richmond at 9 55 p m
“ “ “ 4 20 am
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
4 12 a m
9 47 p m
9 48 a m
Arrives from Charlotte at
Leaves for OharUitio at
Arrives from Goldsboro at
Leaves for Goldsboro at
9 05 p m
8 35 p m
. 4 20 a m
NORTH-WESTERN N. '
Arrives from Salem at
Leaves for Salem at
3 52 a m
8 25 p m
10 CO a m
“ “ “ 10 00 pm
O. F. 4 7. V. RAILROAD,
Leave Fayetteville, - 12:00 M.
Arrive at Greensboro, - - 5:45 p.m.
Leave Greensboro, - - 10:00 a, m.
Arrive at l^ayetteville, - - 3.50 p.m.
SCHEDULE OF MAILS:
Mails going North closed 9 00 p m
” ” South ” 9 00 a m
” ” ” ” 8 30 p m
” Salem Br’ch” 9 00am
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” East ” 9 00 p m
’ ’'o.F.&y.v.E.R” 9 00 am
General delivery open from 8 00 a m
to 6 30 p m., except during the distri
bution of mails. The Money Order and
Registered Letter office open from 9 00
a m to 6 00 p m.
By Tet.egraph, —David Jordan,
Chairman of Board of County Com •
missioners, fell dead at High Point
at 2 o’clock tliis p. m. No partic
SAU'fclDAT, DECEMBER 11
Bazaar and Festival — Tne
ladies of the Episcopal church will
hold a Bazaar and festival at the Cof
fee House, West Mai*ket street, on
Tuesday next. 14th Dec., of vhich a
fuller notice will be given on Monday.
—A large,vvell-bebaved and appre
ciative audience attended the concert
at the college last night. The reci
tations by the young ladies were
pronounced first rate. The vocal
and instrumental pieces were well
rendered and elicited much applause
It was a first class entertainment, the
like of which we would j like'to hear
The subscriber having employed a
good book is prepared to take a num
ber of table boarders on fair terms.
Apply at the rooms over Barker’s,store,
decll Iw J. O. Hall.
TIEADQU.ARTET'> FOR CHRISTMAS ! '
The largest stc “k of Toys and fine
Candies in the Sta^e, Call and examine
dec? xw E. M yr vldcledgh & Bro.
Everything F-^The Holidays!
Citron, Kai.uns, 'Currants, Geletiue,
Jlicco Meat, Pick’ Preserves, Jellies,
•Oranges, Apples, I.emons. &c., at
dec7 Iw E.M. ■'•'aldclfxjgh & Bfio’s.
Save Tour Flowers!
These cold 1 ights I y using the Florence
Lamp Stoye with Radiators—price
$2.00. For sale by
•declO 2w W. P. Wakefield & Co.
—The largest stock of Christmas Can
dies, Fruits, Fireworks, &e., both whole
sale and retail, to be found at
J. Wf Scott & Co s. ,
decStf ^ Fancy Grocers.
For F/'iit !
That desirable resi 'ence on Ashebovo
street near the Chap h formerly Occu
pied by Mrs. BryantApply to
C. N. McAdoo, or
dec8 4t W.'A. Scott
—-Be. sure ro itepori 'oiirice
any and every failure to leccive *-1)0
—The total damage by the earth
quake in CharleFtop is now estimat-
•ed at $300,000, while of chimneys,
only 100 escaped injury. ,
— Preaching in Bogart Hall to
morrow at 11, a. m., and 7, p. m.,
byRe^. AV. R. Gwaitney,. pastor of
•the Baptist church. Sunday school
at 9 130, a. m.
—The train down from Summer-
field and beyond runs now to suit the
convenience of the public, and to-day
some ten or twelye persons came
down from Summerfield, with a view
of returning to night.
—We had the pleasure of a short
interview this morning with Rey. W.
W. Royall, a returned missionary
from China, who will be here for
some days in the Interest of his mis
sion. See notice elsewhere.
—The Summerfield people will
have a Christmas Tree on the night
of the 24th December. Prof. Blair
was here /o-day looking after the
“fixtures.” Rev. T. J. Ogburn will
•deliver an address under the shadow
of the Tree.
—Snow fell yesterday into the
street and on the sidewalk from the
roof of Benbow Hall in very large,
heavy cakes, which, had they struck
a passer-by, would have, caused pain.
We have not heard of any casualty
from that source.
Is invited to Ellis’China Hall to look
at the new stock of novelties in China,
Gla.ss and Fancy Goods just opened.
The large stock and low prices will sur
prise you. declltf
Footholds and Arctic Overshoes!
We received this morning a fresh sup- —Try our ne-v “Pi! y” Tea in pack
ply of all kinds of Overshoes, Buckle,'jpvss^of J ^-1 i -V-4}^^-Tidnl redtiv'e a
Arifties, Self.AofinaAkts'.-.ds.frfto'th'STSs, i^ide present with each package.
t'-lsVii T-.iihlior Rl.n, ... V.vtm. T,Fu’„t ^ W ScOTTitOo.,
decStl Fa icy Grocers.
For The Holidays!
Mince Meat, Jellies^ Preserves, Cur
rants, Raisins, Citroul Catsup, 8?auces,
Plain and Mixed Picirtes, Oranges, Ap
ples and everyihing kfpfc in a first-class
Family Grocery, at
dec9 Iw T S. Shelton’s.
The Stockholders’ Meeting of the
National Bank of Greensboro, N, C.,
will be held at their Banking-house on
Wednesday, January 5tn, 1887, at 12
o’clock, M. Neil Ellington,
headquarters , for
—Thereare5a8fyle80f Chamber Sets at
novSOtf W. T. Ohiohester’s.
—Chichester has 100 Styles of Lamps.
He can please the most fastideous.
Rates of Subsouiption. -
By the week ten cents. By r/ie month
twenty-five cents in advance.
8ix months $1 50; one year $3/three
months 75c. in ad
No payments made to carriers wiU be
acknowledged, and he paper is not au
thorized to be deliver'd to anv whose
name is not on the books of the office.
Charles Kendall is the only authrized
agent to collect funds due this office, ex
cepting such other person or persons as
may be announced hereafter. Carriers
not allowed to sell papers on the streets,
—A full line of Ladies Cloaks anj
Wf.fips, just opened tip at
se28tl' ir. Will. Aiimfield’s.
All kinds of stamping done for fancy
novl7if Mrs. G H. Royster.
--Chichester lias a very large
handsome stock of Xmas Cards.
Rubber Shot s. Extra Liglit Pvub-
bers for City trade, Ladies’ Wool Lined
Alaskas and all sizes of Men’s and
declOtf Sample S. Brown.
Building Lot at Public Sale '■
The subscriber will offer at public
sale for cash, at the courthouse door in
Greensboro, at 12 o’clock on Thursday,
December 23rd, a desirable building lot,
situated on Vance street, South Greens
boro, and near Centenary Methodist
church, The lot has a front of 75 feet
by 190 feet. Would sell privately on
application. J. A. Kebnodle.
We have a nice lot of baled Hay for
90c per 100. A Hagan & Son.
Five Cents A Yard !
Seal Brown, Navy Blue, Cardinal,
Black, Olive Green and all the leading
colors in “0.” Twilled Cashmeres re
duced to Five Cents a yard at
decStf Sample S. Brown’s.
—Thb’Messrs. Caldcleugh have on
hand a very full stock of groceries,
confectionaries, toys, etc., and are
determined not to be outdone on
Christmas goods and the like. They
ask that buyers will come and see their
■large and elegant stock, and be con-
yinced that they lead in their line.
They keep the best of fruits and in
—Books—new Ivorine Binding—next
week. Dike Book Oo.
—“He Fell in Loxe wi-h liis Wife,”
E. P. Roe; “My Recitations,” Mrs,
James Brown Potter, next week.
deo8 Iw Dike Book Co.
styles Card Cases* and
Dike Book Co.
—Parlor Croquet Sets.
dec8 Iw Dike Book Co.
—Call for “Leslie Stories/’' “Dr. Cu
pid,” Rhoda Broughton’s New Book.
dec8 Iw Dike Book Co.
—Novelties from Boston, next week.
dec8 Iw Dike Book Co.
—Japanese Moving Picture Books,
and Fairy Stories, coming,
dec8 Iw Dike Book Co.
—New Styles Prang’s Xmas Cards.
dec8 Iw Dike Book Co .
Get That Overcaat Now!
Big stock of medium priced and cheap
Heavy Overcoats for Men and Boys to
be closed out at reduced prices.
dec8tf Sample S. Brown,
’ Don’t Forget!
We still have some of that choice
Timothy Hay, winch we deliver free,
dec? 3t Wharton & Stratford.
Having engaged my services as baker
to Mr. J. H. West, and having catered
to the best trade in Baltimore and Char-
lott3, I take pleasure in informing the
citizens of Greensboro that I will bake
for them the best Bread, Rolls and
Buns, and Cakes ever offered them in
the city, and respectfully ask for a share
of your patronage. Call at the City
Bakery. . Geo. P. Plitt,
dec6 Iw Baker.
35 and 40 cents per quirt at
dec6—Iw Kernodle & Jackson’s.
For Dinner Oliristmas Day!
SeedlessRaisius 15c or2ft>s fer 25o.,
Citron, 35c, Currants 10c, Prunes,
Raisins# Figs, Nuts, &c. Give me a call.
decOtf Geo. J. Stare,
Toys! Fruits! Candies!
Largest stock in the city. Call and
get my low prices before purchaoing
elsewhere. J. H. West,
dec6 Iw Under McAdoo House,
Having obtained the services of one
of the best bakers in Baltimore, I offer
to the citizens of Greensboro and sur^
rounding country the best Bread, Bolls'
Buns, Rusks and Dough Nuts, Fine
Cakes, and Cakes of all kinds, baked to
order, delived at your houses fresh
every evening. Wedding and Christmas
Cakes on hand and baked to order.
Ornamenting fine Cakes a specialty.
Call at the Cjty Bakery.
J, H. West,
dec6 Iw Proprietor.
Having decided to break up house
keeping, •will sell privately my entire
lot of household and kitchen furniture—
everything comparatively new. Also
one young i Jersey cow, and cutting
box. Parties wishing to buy will do
well to call and see for themselves.
V. O, Willis,
dec2 3w South Greensboro, N. C.
—Have you seen the beautiful Albums
and Plush Goods at Chichester’s?
—Chichester’s is the best place to got
Staple and Fancy China and Glassware.
—Scrap Books at Chichester’s.
To Kent For Next Year!
A comfortable house, with six rooms
and fire-places, on College Hill. For
parricnlars apply to
dec3 Iw Mrs. F. M Bumpass.
■ • - -
I’ve gob the«best Baker in the State.
Come everybody get Bread, Buns,
Rusk,Doughnuts and Cakes of all kinds.
A good assortment of Candies, Raisius,
Currants, Citron, Nnts, «fei. Orders for
Christmas Cakes are in order now,
dec3tf J. E. Thom.
—J-j'JieH. use ^the Royal St, John
Sewing Machine. None bettir. War
ranted five years.
nov25 Im ’bV. H. Wakefield & Co.
Keep Out The (JoUl!
And save wood and coal by using
Weather Strips. A full stock at
nov25 Im W, H, Wakefield & Go’s.
The room now occupied by R. G.
Glenn as an insurance office, (next door
to Lindsay tfe Schenck’s drug store,)
will be for rent after Jah. 1st, Apply
to C. M. or E. G. Glenn. uovlStf
Reduction Sale of Millinery Goods.
For thirty days at Mis. M. V. Bing
ham’s. A business change makes this
Sale necessary, and a reduction of 25
per cent will be made. Now is the
time to buy millinery goods cheap.
-Malaga Grapes 25o ib, Oranges 40
and 50c doz., Banannas 30, 40 and 50c.
doz. Also good Cocoanuts, northern
Geo. j. Starr’s,
novlOtf Coffee House.
—Walter G Wilson’s Crystal, Graham
and Oatmeal Wafers, 20—3 ft)s for 50c.
Soda and Oyster Crackers lOo.
Geo. j. Starr, ■
novlOtf Coffee House Restaurant.
For Kent I
One of the best ‘‘store rooms” on
South Elm street, in a number one
business localitv. Apply at this office.
25 bbis northern uabbage on con
signment—sold by the pound or bbl at
novlOtf SooxT & Go’s.
—Remember the leading restaurant
in the town is run by
Meals at all hours. 3 doors below
Brockmann’s Store. seS Iw
—The finest and the best Tobacco on
the market—Dianora, Gravely, Fine Cut
and Nellie Bly just received at Hunter &
Miohaux’s Drug Store, a9tf
Notice of Dissolution I
The co-pertnership heretofore Exist
ing between J. W, Kernodle and J. H.
Jackson was dissolved on Deo. 3rd, by
mutual consent. All bills to be settled
with Mr. J. W. Kernodle, who will con
tinue the business at the same stand.
dec7 Iw Kernodle & Jaokbon.
•'Deep Sea” bi'ani of
Fishhe best on this
Scott & Co’s.,
Charles E. Sliober,
Life and Fire losurance Agent. In*
sures in best Companies. Office at
present at his residence. au24tf
Just received a huge lot of all the
latest styles in Stiff and Soft Hats at
seltf ^ P, Fishblate’s.
—A lot of Kid Gloves, slightly dam
aged, will be sold at less than half their
value, at C. & M. Fbetzpelder’s.
—A full jtock of Zeigler Shoes just
received—all of the latest styles for Fall
and Winter, at
au20tf G. Will Armfield’s.
A six room, well located and desira
ble residence on Washington street.
Apply to Dr. M. H. Alford.
—Hunter & Michaux can now dispense
to you from their soda fountain an ex
cellent drink known as ginger ale, in
addition to the customary mineral
—Without good flour you cannot
have good bread, Have your grocer to
send you a sack of Putapsco Superlative
Flour, and you will never take any other.
Persons who are fond of oysters serv
ed in the best style—any way you prefer
—should call on th« subscriber in the
rooms above Barker’s store, West Mar
ket street. J. O. Hall.
(Jioice JSeed Wlieat!
We are prepared to furnish the best
varieties of choice selected seed Wheat,
grown in the valley of Virginia. Farm
ers aie requested to call and leave their
orders with us.
selBtf Yates Brothers,
For Sale !
Desirable city lots, convenient to the
schools, churches and places of busi
es—neighborhood ^‘xcel.ient. Also
about nine acres rich bottom land less
than a mile from courthouse. Prices
moderate. Apply at this office.
Greensboro, Feb. 24, ’86. tf
The house known as the Logan Mc
Culloch property, situated on Asheboro
street, next to Jesse Julian; well situ
ated/ high and dry/ good garden and a
well of excellent -water. Modern house,
7 rooms, and fire place in each. House
last occupied by Robert Flemming.
oct28tf J oHN MoCulloch.
From Neck to Heels!
Cartland has what you want—in new
stylish, elegant and unmatchable neck
ties, the like of which you will find no
where else: In suspenders, all silk rub
ber cord, in new and 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. *
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
bard 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 su
perior brick and also to lay them.
jlStf D. N. KlBBPAIilCK,