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The Wilson Advance.
The Wilson Advance
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WILSON, N.C EVi:KY ,AY- !
V'oi:rI & Vuzinuv.
si ust e;irTio it s i:s.
v-l i I Si
vin i n 1 imo Htxrji.
One Square 1 tin:' 1,0 0'
One Npiarv 1 month ..2,.
:r Square :i mouths 5 ,1,1
One S-mare months ,oO
(hie S"uatv 12 laonthn 5.1 0
1 Liberal ded"ft i.ini nisde for larger tp
; Tr?.nient Ad.rrtisemr nt inerled l 7ca
.J Cents per line.
ixr iu iih; i:vis mm affm at. ns; 1 n v t -tis -s. t.iy ..dus, a m i.:i ivr
Fr'o Year 2.00
c; .hmihs 1.00
JCSEPHUS DANIELS. - Editor,
,v i i:utim: tii: i
:72 a v. fck.
U. Ilillll I ' l'v CO. V?', a WH'ly.
Stiii-nii ,v "o. a to .jfi'i jt -liy.
.J. W . Fanner. 'I'm -hlO !'. cf 1 III' I.'!'',
o ;i t Mai b-
1,0ml lirl l.: -
Nf xt U'ediif.-s day is As'i Wednes-
(ion 1 SnnfT, at .'0c pcrpoiMid at Row
J.iuds. (7o to Ioiicock k liarravc and get
an electric hair brush.
A1.1. kinds of Ikld and garden seed
Ail grades if calico at cent per ,
yard .'it J. T. McCraw's.
All kiii!n ol'dres gools at co,t ai
L. He.lbroner I'o's., A'cuts.
''O'.i, Them S'lu-llounets
N" V Co.'t; they are daisies
..,T like hot cakes-
All I in'ls of winter goods at reduced
ir cs at L. I leil
I, roner Pro's..!
1,an:ii::. i ll's and Pni-t's garden
- a goo 1 asot t ment. at Move iV.
dal'i l'iii'i Store.
A large stock of children's line ,
shoes in -real variety ur sale a; cost ,
:tt J. V. McCr.a's.
(Kit -J.V) bal'-- of cit'oM w(-re soh
in this market Tnes la , thr bestip:rdi
t blinking J 1 cents
I'.v botl.i-iK will receive to mor
row :.Satiii'!av, inovning two car loads
o! st. clc. T;ii is ihe best oj p rtunity ;
vou will have to b' v.
A large sto -k of dry-goods, icady
made elothiiig. bo..ts and shoes, h its
and caps J'm sale at .'. T. McC'raw's at
, .. 1
iow !i;U''ii ioi'er w 1. tne people oi :
W. 1-ton b.-eouli ni to be exposed to the
tire tienl wit',,., at any King with which
to ward oil' the d'.ro 1 1?
Mr. John tin.,. . in .on re.p.s.s us to .
return thanks I o I, I .r ( ,d. David N A-
colored friemU I r l heir lime y aid at
the ii:e on the i i h of tl.e inst. j
1 r !
Oar frioml I. . E. I" :,., ..f K.-j
part.-sw.b soon c m .ect ( . reenv i . a;
. i i- ti, ,,.chi.. i
u. ii a 1 11 1. 'iui w r. 1 in: on.s.'n
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wo: 10. nv i e erapn. .ui. 10:0 t.nis
hi d ic s we
1 Ml an I what ho docs I
Pead the ad ei l isr m cut of that c 1 i
oi -rated guano"! of. inone sol tin ,
WiUon by C. A. Vt.-ur.g. 1 1: gua-iois
..II t I. ,- it i. . . 1, . s, n: . d to he. :ilid I C- :
'e 1 ..,.i,,,.. ,.-. xv .ni 1
:vl isc our 'cadets to calP-n Mr. Young
iin-l e. an. the u.euls i..f Pocomoke.
Messrs. 1 lines, 11 alley A Co.. are
the Wilstia agents f r the teleb.ated ;
J1.0. Clark Jr. Cs., Mde-eial .nJ '
cott.-n. Couutiy merchants sin mid
e umr.e '.lie magni.ccr.l r.ew siyie
C4ibinet this liru, gives fiee of charge
iith every twen'y f-a;r vb .e-.i eif thi
c.,tton they sell.
Thi-s s 1 inform the fnem's an i
pat-ons of J. T. McCraw t!n.t he has
moved to the store on the souih side
7'arbi ro street formerly occnpit d by
W. J. Pulh ck, and has a large, well-
se',e etc.! stock of tobacco, snu.f. cigars,
coidcct'oi. erics, gret.'cnes. Ct
-.i..ch he will sell cheap.
Ve are glad to learn that FreT. Has- () sc,, je outstanding ace mats.
m'.1 has been so fortunate as to secure i)0lt wait fur lom to alc vo 1 for the
the m rvices f Miss Pu ttie Arnnudd to ' m,,.lCy pal co,,.0 forwar 1 and settle
Mil ply v acancy made by the de- ; promptly and have a clea- c ns : i?-io
partuto -f Mis Put. can. M:ss Arm- devoid of cheating a jointer. We lave
tield will prove a va'uable assistant and ; ;l j,ir0 cia.ubat;on in Nash, and vt are
will acceptably fid the place so worth' iat)X:oUS huh to increase the circu'a -i'v
filled by Miss Duncan. : ti...u ot.d to cjllect accoutits due.
Chas" Miller Walsh, p.ropr'.etor of
the lockade Marble W rks tells the;
pecp'e ( f Wilson some'
.ing about his
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mi-:noM this wee..
Mr. ivalsh tur-
n.si.es everything in his line to the
satisfaction of a;iv ciis'.omer. If you
want a tomb-stone write 10 him and
et a descriptive catalogue.
The largest and best as5C.tment e.
als t,f the very latest sivlcs of
. ,s.: if :.;l.J.-,,.'.-
'1'",: .1, baiUCS , .Hiss'.--) :oiii e.'iii'iiui
ii( . , . r n v, t.
' inst received at L. U, Noe a. -
'lo.'s. Kemember that H ey do not
keep i., a lar -e brick building, but.
that th-y do keep in tl a' old wooden
store, wi.etu their rents are small, and
they ilo'.ng their wn work is why they
are selling eoodsso cheap, and as their
motto is the irea'.-o -o... d ro tne "rect-
est number, they invite all to give
Vlicin a call.
V. J. Pollock and J. T. MeCraw
l:;.vc in u;i exchange of stocks anil
stores, and may bo f mad in their re
spect, vc quarters Piillock on tl.e
north side and McCr:iv on tLe souLL
siile of T.irboro Street.
TIi e fu st C -i rirtciTy Meeting for
Witvno ciicuii, will be held at Slan
tonsbur,; Fetiruary -;t'.i and 27il , etu
bracmn Sa'nrdav and Simdiy. Kev.
Win. Ch'ss, J). I)., Presiding Elder of '
the No 1 1 11 I) strict will preacb on
occasion and a bnimster tlie sacra '
1 n jrniiig.
e lord's Supper Sunday
fro. L. C. Va.
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ltev. Ij. ass 01 ew lieiac; wm
prcai.h in Usji Mi,sioaary Iiaptist
.hutch in this place next Sunday j
morning and night. This is not Mr. I
ass fiot visit to Wilson and many .
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aUi).,r,, , r... ,.,.wiftn
glad of an oppoiturniy to hear him
44 BLACK-DRAUGHT " cures eoftivc-
m.h.-i anil .Wick-I l ;.il;i' !if.
I'm .ea1- n I-;n-.u-k .v. Il-irirtavt
The bal! "ivn at the Priggs II )use
TuesJav night complimentary to Misses j
Jcnie Th -rpe and Aur ic Lewis, two
of Pocky Mount's b-dles, who are on a j
vi-.it to Wslion, was a very pleasant i
.y. j ' j
An It. -Pan band furnished the music
and a very p'easant evening was spent j
by all who ha;l the gooa fortune to be j
fyll(t JriJs it?
Wilson lias had another fire. True
that in tiie amount of t he loss sustained j
t. is a s.n i'l fire, but viewed in the '
li.'l.t of what mij'it have boon it is of
sufii - neat. imporince to warn our peo ',
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pic oi ine u mcr iney arc nouMy e-
'pose I o without meaus t ) ward oflf j
theereny. Would it not be weM for our j
j City Fathers to 'ke some action? If;
they coutitiu to do notl.ing what
:iva;1, j, !o ,.av rirol,(.p, ,f)'nni;3 t !,e !
rom sllim!iers :lt ,,ight? i
T n .s t. as well let them enj y t heir rest
as to aroese them to a scene of action
where they are powerless,
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mu-iiiiii nim te. monius. ,
; Fddie, son of Mr. Iviuehen Pitts, aged j
lour car s
At his ics'de'ice ue ir '.
11s p. ace ,
,llndav. February 13: a. of heart dis-
ease, in the ,Vth year.- f his ag- Mr.
He leaves many
.fViends and 1vl.1t ivcs to mo-urn his .s. !
At her residence in Fd;ecombe i
leountv. oa Monday, Feb. 2Jst,
rH FT:'.a:eth Forbc. relict of Joseph !
j..ri,lM ai:(. I -, years. She leuve five
i re n and manv friends to mourn ;
No h ;i '. 1 he or ha k-a
WINE OF CARDUI.
,tel Ji llatgrave.
Sash ('-. ,,'.
Nah co-ait convenes M.in'ay
Nashville. As is iisiial a htige crowd
will d-Mibtlt'ss he present. We desire
to impress on ,1 e minds of those ol
our sub- ., fibers who .re in am irs f. r
their sub-scriptioti to t:;ke their p-)cket
. titoks with tliem to court as a repre
sentative of this paper wail bo present
Miss Nannie D mean, one I t..e
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pT 'bar ar.a ein.ue.-u teacners 01 ue
" ns m t obeg.ate Institute, on 1 a
highly accomplished young lady has.
, e regret to y, bee:, compel ie I to
resign ner poMi.0.1 ,n mat iniuuuon
1. . 1. 1 11. .
trom UM.ea.iu ami eas re-.urnen 10 ner
Iintnc in Ashland. Virginia. For sev
j k t Mls, l);l;llM-r's health
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has not been good, and last wee she
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; was taken seriously ill, incapacitating
' her for teaching. Her si-der and
),r,,t ht-r-in 1 iw. P--of. aekwell, were
summoiictl, and as soon as her cor.di-
iion would ptimit she v.:ts carried
i home. IDr many lriene.i re-.'let ner
departure from Wilson and, wish her a '
Ispccdv restoration to Lealtb. 1
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Wcwliie-ioay n ir lit, nt tLe rcilor.oo
of Ui-v. Jos. K. C.ir'.cr, i:i this j.laco.
Mr. V. Ii. Alley was unito'l in ra:;r.
ri 10 trj Miss Si l'ioy Vi!itc:i l. all of
this ,uc: Mr. Carter ofnt'iat).
Hi'; waiters were: S. Ii. Allcv an.1
r. . -v. 1.. i." i tf 1
Miss Varin 1 V instead ; A. Ii. Ujykiu
and Mini F. Aunis Carter.
Artec tho rnarriMge the fi ici; J s of
t!e linppy conp'o u paired to the resi
dence of .'Jr. V. J. Ciiurc Ii well, w'.iere
they spent a ver .leasant cvciiieg.
Mr. Cbi.rehwell giving, vre learn, a
uinptuous supper to the utwly wed.
The Auvan. 1; extends best wishes
p . , ,
; ust 01 letters and postal cards
v l(, v written r.-maini-i-r in t.-.ct
fT.,v"at Wilson. N.CFeb 2:Jrd. -8l .
F 1' Al.-i'augh. Frank Alspaugh. Iioda
ArriiHion, Patterson Brewer. Hincent
iiuttotn. Miss (Jeo Anna Jiatt'.e, Jack
" iKuucooi, i.ueiei nirues,
J F Carson (2). Miss Klla Durham,
:.Miss (1 Dea'is, Mrs hbza Diekerson,
! ... r i..rror t'lninKnv i-'i,n-l
Oystn l-'ason, Tli s II Fisher & Son
Kid Woodard Hooks, .1 P Jones, Jus F
Keller, J A Sugg, G )V Thorn, Win
If lhe a'Mve biters and postal card
are not called for :n 3 day they wil
00 beiu 10 uieuo; 1 icue. .mice
"WINE OF CARDUI" four timea a day
makes a happy household,
For sab by i a.vck x II.irgr.ive.
fl'Io is it!
Plain Tom, our Castrdia corrc?ion-
jdent a-ks the question in his letter,
" Why do all the farmers of our sec-i
tion haul their cotton, buy their meat
and horses and mules ia Wilson?"
Tl.e reason is obvious. Our Wilson
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!iviuuni5 u mua- in. e uxo'i u'cu j
any U-wn in this Motion, and sell their j
"uat as cheap as it can be purchased
in the S: ate. Further Wilson is one ,
" I l c best .stock mai kefs in Ka stern
Carolina. All three of our livery stab'e
men arc good Layers and sell at a
close margin and always keep suitable
stock on hand. Wi son is improving
ver v raoidlv, a nd the farmers of I rank-
,, s;, nnv ;lllVin .s ho asSJre ,
ttat .!: was-,,, .lu-rc:,.',;, ,-.11 m,k.S :
it to their advantage to trade with.
To-morrow morn i ni; Sclby lln .s will
eceive two ear loads of slock. If you
want a burse or mule l'O to see them.
The ie-v ver :ou of the New Testa-
ment. wh'cjh has been so many years in
'"irse of translation, ami which is nn
quest iciaoly t ne most important litem-
rX ei.terpii.se this century has seen, is
1 cing waited f r with curiosity and
anxiety by hundre Is of thousands. It
is nat generally known that a fir
ediunu td'o'.iO.-'OU copies has already
been manufactured in Kngland, an-1
lOO.bOO copies are said to be already
in XfH' lurk Citv, not one of them
I ermiited to be sold. They are await
ing a tele-oam from the t.utimrit es in
Fagland authorizi'ig their isue. The
;h t copies can only be 1 al at the ex
travagai t price of tl'1 per copy. The
Literary Kevulu'ion proposes fully to
meet the deunu Is which its army of
friends are making upon it bv doing
probably the q-iics,., W;J
making which has ever been accom
plished. Ar-ni!ge:ncu:.s have been
fully ma le to put the entire book into
type inside of 2-1 ic-.irs from the time
a printed copy of the F.r.gbsh edition
can be procured, and within throe days
at least 10 O00 copies will be Uji.uA
reailv tor delivery to waiting purchas.
ers. an-.l at leas'. ".t!.0 copies, will l e
manufactured every day thereafter,
until the tlemand is rr.et. It will be
printed in large, beautiful type, noat'y
and strongly bound in c!-th in a vol
ume of a 1. out 5"0 i.ages. and sold at
the nominal price of 3a t en's. A fi
Oliitio:. in half Russia, gilt too. will be
s . , f r,cont, an i 0,c ia U Tur
kov n;)rocc oiit id -es. lor $1.25. (P
course, lhe popu'ar demand will be
e noi mull'
s will be fi.
d in the
.pier iu wTiic'i ti.ey arc received, with
remittance. American Pook Ex
ehange. New Y-rk.
Selby Pros. .will receive two c -r
beuls of stock t. morrow, (i'o and
1 1 r . 1
examine tuem b.fvrc pu:cha-i.'g else-
TI:C ladies o( the .Velliodist churcl.. :
and e- ccially the yourj-jcr inerr.bcrs of
Hie oonreaun ai.'ca iv ?(: ot
their friend propose to give a nsnical
enlertaii:meni at Mam-jna Hall Tuo
av ni-' it to wl.icn inov coniia iv m-,
titc everb,.J-.-. JJoMdos the mnica!
feature ol the entertaihusenta scries of:
tableaux will lie jdve:i.
-r , 1 1 . 1 . . idone to uiakc it a complete siueess
1 !ie best, rausical talent in our town! 1 1 "
.... 1 , 1 1 I and we are informed by those present
v, id be eirjaircd ond as is known by; .. J 1
tli- so '.v'.io are in the habit of attending
iLese cntcrtair.meuts, tucv are always
ofa snf;Cri'jr or '
AVe hazard uothing when we pre -
,15ct lhat U wi!1 1,0 the !'ost en-
tertainment given in Wilson for some!
time. We know wherco
f we speak.,
because we know that tha manage
incut of this affair nas been entrusted
( competent and exporienced
and the talent enira-red cannot be ex
r.. o ...1 ...
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attena. 1 Lc object is a commendable
one and t.ebelios should be aided if,
jU;Cir l;r:i;,eworl,y enterprise. The
object hs to raise money to pe-';';
an organ tor tne .Metiiottist 0. ,
i and wc expect to see a largo au i.ence
preseiu at uie nau iu?su:;y r.ignt tor
lw0 ot'jc : to a praise-
r.orinv uu.iei laiving. ana secoim. to
pen.' a pleasant, e j lyab'.c evening.
The price cf admission has been fixed
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! u(r.jrj everybody an opp.orlu.;ity of
enjoying a mushal treat at a small
! cost. Take our tdvice and be t ure to
: go and carry your sis' erf. your cousins
J and your aunt s, and if you arc not
I pleased then it wdl be because you
' are not in a mood to enjoy good music,
for we know that the entertainment
i "sill be exceptionally good, and the
singing heavenly entrancing. but
, we anticipjtte 1 io yourself and see
if hat we've toll you will not be
" BLACK-DrtAUQHT" ciiro;? dyjs
eia, indigi stiun aim iuarthurn.
Mr, A. L. Koun'.rec is in town this
W. S. OTJ. I
tow!, this week-
Dr. .J. S. Patt le and W.T.Muse, of ,
ik.y 3Iotmt, aieii, toMi. i - . ,
... . . . te.rop.gu the streets crying "fire fire
Miss Jag:c 3iiu-rsy is on a visit toj t .. , ... . . , .. ..
frli'n.U at Tarlioio. tLc lop of their v.:cos . Soon ,1,,
-.v H U r. a visit tn t, ! ' .
s:s!er Ic.s FI Pvrum iiiT"ib;ro j rush was made lor tlie lire winch proved
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Mr. T. P. Suggs has been absent in j
Ztichmond thi we. on business. !
Kx-Senator X. P'.li.ddh, of Nash
was in Wilson last Wednesday,
Miss Tiliie. Mv-Intyre is 0:1 a vidt to
friends in (ioldsboro
Pev. N. M. Jurney of Wayne cicuil
was m town M e-ducsday.
F. A. Danie's K-q., of Coldtboro
is in town th s week.
Miss Fannie Pensnp. is on a visit, to
l.er s.ster, .p's, J, ii. Pawls in this
Mr. J. N. fannon, represent ing W.
T. Plaek w ell A; 0r lya!!Kl!U was
1,1 lown Saturday.
p. V, Jr.. j, j Norlblk this
the interest nf ihn fir n of
l-ountrce, Panics Ar Co.
T. y Ross (if x . 1. vil'c. ac orn
pannd nv Mis Laura S.v.u
Flew la Pat
:e were in town to see the
Kx-II-.prcsei.tut;ve G. N. Iwis. of
Nash paid us a p'oasant visit iat
Tuesday. Pr'e are gl . to learn that
he has about lec jvered his health
Plain Tom" was i-i to.va this week.
A last accounts h- had j i s t- hougi t a
ne-v top buggy ai:d line vuit of edothos
ar.d w.h on his way to a minister.
Tnis looks rather suspicious'.
P'e wero pleas"! to nvot in town f.
few days ago Prof, Plackweil of Pans
tlolph-dac-m co'.iege. P-of. Iilackwell
tep.r.'seis the college as being in a
We were pleased to receive a 0:1!
from Mr. J. S. 'ferry. ,.;. cf our ('as
talia s'jbscri'.ers ti.ts week. He repre
'''. s t-very thing a;. out C..-'aha as
'eing in a goo i vj. iitiou.
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i.ev. .jos. j-.. v. -ir.er a- t uau
M:.s r. A an is. w ho hv.? been absent
on a vis;t to Murfrees'i ro f.r s-veral
wee-KS. nave re'urue 1. ir. Co
, i.,it ii iiis puq-ii 1 a-- ."Siooatu i:i.,r;.i:
I n.-gi.t, ar. J pre a :hel iw
Mrs. A. NV. P ,w!aa left last Fnd.i-
she was (-a! h. d
er, Mi', A'i-iic
by ! ! c 1 1 !n ,s . ,f h, r
Speed. vt(.o i well kit ova in WiUon.
JPe hope Miss Spec 1 will soon be re
stored to perfect health,
(r W. P'ount Fsq , an 1 F. A
W oodard. Ii.. are ab-nt this week ia
Washingiim ci'y whit l.er they have
gone to cxn..ine into some Confedo '
rave bonds which have iecial bearing,
1 . m m , ! -p.
nt tha case ot Miss Mahau 1 uoaipson
; v. Ger.crsd JoLt:a Darn?s. -
TOURKAWENT AND CORONATION CALL
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'. "hi :i Pi' H't
I rnuay w l tie -iay I t.ie T vinu-
' meat i.i Fremont,. F0r weeks tli.? vour."
t""t' ....u uern
:"0k,,!- irVVa,1 to 11 wiUl !Ilas,Iit
S antieinations. KvervtLIng bad been
! from Wilson t!iat the occasion was a
mot cr. orab.e one.
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I ' - Fit i' c ' ir inn lor f n
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lil'l, (, W ti 'IPO I 1 . . : Klin,, t tn r.'i o r.r n
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.:g.,.y. ihe tot. g occupied
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liic ui -;ij nijii iu Kiu.'iiw:iiice. X lie
riding was goed, a .d some jf the
Knigi;ts are specially deserving of
j n:0;on n,r their skill i;1 ,iOrs0
ship. The successful knights crowned !
a follow,: I
(J. M. .Capps. Knight of Fi ist
Chance, crovuml Miss Amic Avcock.l" ' " '7' ,
Ou-eu of 1 ov nnd P.eauty Mr T II tM'n 0I,krc'1 0,1 ,ll"-v :il lhe dlsl!!
Hooks Knight of Fremont! , relented U' li?T'"
the crow, of First Maid of Honor, tllii,rCWl 1 b " ""U h"'lc c
Miss Did i Dickerson : Mr. l. M ; "1 Jesse hold the keys.
ht of Future Prospertyj
1 gave the crown . of fecond Maid of;
, 1 i(.llP u, 7. r-!Min,. v4.'vrini.
Mr. L. II. Kiiv, Knight of the Proken
Hearts, crowned Miss Sallie Feacock
Thirl Maid of Iljiior.
Mis? Aycock the O ieeu is at present
attending school in M'ilso i at lhe Ih.
ctitiito find 1 i.i 1 '..'ii'ii:' 1 hm -
ded the Seminary last session.
The Coronation ball was a big fea
ture. !ind the hull was filled witli the
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VGiuh and beauty ot avno, audi
many visitors of the surrounding conn
ties. The dancing continued all niglit
much to the enjoyment of all present.
"WPJE OF CARDUI " enrc-s "irregular,
paialul, or ilnliculi iiiLUtruatioii.
For sale liy IVa.-nek iV Margrave.
i 'Ve - ''('' ( Tin s'l 0 A ij'it.
Tuesday right at about 12 o'clock !!io lhe r,iiss:,,; uf u law l" l,rc'venl
when th larger portion of our citizens'- ii-hing with nets and seines iu Sap
wore si'felv wrap()ed in the arms f pony cr;ek.
Morpheas, and the young peop'.e 01, j Mi3 L,;ev w p.j.i.,, !ias rclurncd
; youthful pleasures bent were dancing
I at the Pri-gs House. Use alarm of fire
was sounded, the fne bell was rung
to be the burning of Mr Hiitthinsjn's
stables. It seems that the stable? were
a light bh.s when the lire was d.s
! covered by some vount: men who were
! coming from a party sine distance
OilL 01 ioyu ou tne as:i ioao, wno
... ,1 .. V" . I. ,1 ... I .
sit it. A sjr:i as they
saw the fire they save the alarm which !,., I
- ; remain lor some tune,
resu'.teel in bringing logchcr the: , , . , . , ,. , ,,
0 i I regret to have to report the death
larger porti.ln of our male poi ulation ' .... ... , , , ,, r
l 11 in Mr .:r i.'iio l mnprs n f-r fit r.i r
but to what purpose? Wi'son has no
fire e login e or no facilities for fight
irg lire, a-i'l if he stables had leue
been near the house it wjuII certainly
have been burned also, f'no colored
people worked heroically avl deserves
praise and commeniatioa lor Jieii
loirtr years' trial
DRAUGHT" the h
liver inciliciae in
F..r .-uh- by IVa-oi-k Sc Il.1rgr.1ve.
A large audience composed of la lies
nd geiitlemeu in town ami born the
surrounding country greeted the Per
gcrs al Mduiona Hal! last night. It was
ics :.'i lie-ice tiiat wu iiave een at
Ma:;...:. a Hall tor
manv iMoath3, ar.d
j .-Tt .1 mance, wliil no, coming
tally up V the ox; eetatious of the peo
I le: vvits '.cry ere-Liable.
The crr.et s A by Jfr. Holbrook
was v.-ry fine, a. id was comphmauled
Ti.e S ixonh-' r.e -ar.d N-
j c: s of
i.e.v iiistrumeuts w. re the
n a il c ".1 iosi'.y as t Lev w
new to most cf the au-iionce,
Oatiiewho'e l.e performance was
ftiilv vr.irlh ti:e p'i -e of : Pr.i-sion : and
the lovers S iaasi:
ii.g v cry n.u 1.
enjoyed the t-ve:
Tl.e lb r.-, is a
morally much bett-r
j I-, -ni t ! , . -.- r ; r.- i o :n oa n c. a u I lor l.,a .
rc.iso!i .ire worthy of (he support of tae
b-etter clasj e.f oar pe . !;.
Last r-ld .y niht, about r o'clock. a
I-.-.? aLrra of tire wrs given whl.i:
eight a ertovd !a a few min-.'es. Mr.
N iusrea !, who oves
in the suhi
the town, on ..r.,.,-u street, went out
in ner smoke no ise eo l rn.' sou.o
meat for the next eay, and as she
. l.i.r,, ,, , 1 : c " ,.,,. r , 1
..pe.ieo c.e ..... 1 4 -...c
door an I 1 al her at h.s best saeed.
Knowing tl. V. her edbrts to captaie him
s'mgte-hiri.dfd would be futile she uave
the alarm of fir a to draw a crowd," but
.. .. r . - .
the thief was t-uTelv awav oetore an
crvud usetuUct!. " " '
NASH COI N IV ITK.MS.
Nashvd'e. N. C.
Feb. -J.Ud. K.-l.
II .f1sY,,V7 Di,-i'l ryA rh.ti-j
in the 5.'.74'i'V .;' M-ii!s--lUtr-'(?'
rso.ud Cc.'i ' -
Mr-, l'egy Derring aco 1 tb'J years
died on Fi iday the lth inst., at the
residence of Jaine- Harper no ir ('is i
1 cr maiden name w.u llarri-1
c: , ;
.111. .'.it iv.hct ; i.iiL-Linir hi iii.i-
tives an 1 frien Is to moi'rn l!iir loss.
,IUril : ,n ,.,
' .'i. ill, !..,' ii,ii.",i .ni "nil
nr;;iiv lljivi. if'l v. I L i L 1 1 llliu iicui
' l'ieasant (Jrovc, in this c uity, die 1
on the nig'iL oi tiis L'ut, inst., alter
a fvw hours illness.
Pr. N. T. Drake's whiskey distUleiy
in the HiUiyrdsten section will be in
operation in a fc.v days. Jese J.
Walker Iv-ip, a wr.rthy. and in every
m-nemeni on .ooj
i 1 1 a 1 1 " . inu s'oiie;nni ucnieen .;ts,i-
; vi'do .and T.rinislii'ri' so:! -it. vmir 11 i.
1 - j
1 1 1 . . 1 1 . r. ; I . . . I . .
! 1 "P -Mtotr.antof ev.drnce, a row ensued
! T0:l " SuU,n,:l' inHi1 f ''in" ovcr Pacini; of boll:
: i 1 1 V -i c 1 1 v i 1 ! 1. till M , 11 r 1 1 ! 'i c i f nri,wr,iil I - .... w- . . .. ...
1 ..... ..... .... ... , i
There is some excitement here c'n
the burglary que ;ti on as several at-
1 nl w ti'iv.' !.nor. in-i.t,. rC 1 - t fr ,i,ijii
doors and windows. The purpose is in
doubt as attempts have been upon the
houses of the poor colored as well as
the wiitcs. It is to be hopjd the in
tru leremay yet be found out.
I The hotels and boarding houses are! prospects.
preparing for a Lig time next week, j Sucr.ti" Wins'. .id was in town l ist
land chickens, batter, eggs, A-c, meet j M(.nday a,,d 9 uniuoned' a jury to ox
j with ready s..le-. Horse traders :i.,i !M; into the state of Pritton Scotl's
! newspaper men, and meoicme venders
are expected in full foiee.
A petition bus goi.e up to Raleigh
. 1V(l(U Ncw York wherc she has been
aiteii '.ing the "Iloine I'or the educa
tion of nur.'.-es." I understand she
will graduate in about' wo months.
1 am pleased to be. able to say that!
the report that Mr. V. P. Patcheior !
would go to Pocky Muunt to reside, is '
without foundation. j
T he measles have appeared in the
Ped Uak section.
j javo n )0 ,lcft!l3 vol,!)(.r. No clue to . he guilty party
thou-di Miss Phen Colev lies in a very
' , rj,...
ci 1 1 ic ai e on 1 1 .1 1 1 ....
i.v., ,i- l'.,,l lr.r, .in. ,, 1. r ri
.ill. 1 . .1 11 I. A . y .' l 11. . . l.ll., , v. I. rv . JI
, , !
1 I O li a ill L'J I 1 tull.l'. 17 1, ji c 11 c IT 1 i I '
townsman. Maj. P. M. Cony r, at his ;
lesi lence ia Franklin county. ,
w la PaV.le of (leorgia ik
y's'.ting the family of her aunt, Mrs. M.
K Scott. j
At the m of tho ba ird of
Cviunty Com nissioners the first Mon-; ... .,, . , , , ... .
J Mr. (r. U . Lamb, vtIio, it will be r-
tiay in this mo ill. all the members of , , , . . ,,
mernoo'red, was employed in i. P.
the board weie present, and orders (;MUtMl.-s tailoring e JaMUhmeut in'
were drawn on tl.p County Treasurer Uds place, ab-.ut two years ago, corn
to the amount offb-'i .13. L:q'ir li-; ,r;l-0d suicide by cutting himself in the
cei.ses v.vre gra-.Ud to J. T. Tay lor, throat in Kli.'tbet'i C.ty about two
Whitakers M.li, J. T. Spivey, liocky Wfc.i, a?0. Cause: ill health and want
Mount, and v ihe La n at
I iiope to scr the Aovan
seated ut court next week.
Feb. 23: '; ISM.
;t () ; y,, ',). ,th per-
Married at the re-i luce of
D. I'vliiiis or the 17th ins!., in Frank
lin c-i-mty, A. Hamlet, J. P., off, :': t'.in 1,
Jones, and on the same dsy at the
res i of the brid ;'s fither, Mr.
JmiCiupton cf Frat,kiiu led to t:
, v 1 ,1 .1 1
s Maul P.ttsi'ord,
-laagh'er of Pev. J . A". Pi'tsfbrd of
JFarren ; and to day Mr. John P.
Aver.t of Nas'a was t.appdy uuitd in
ruairuge to Mi- Mit'ao Joe 10 a of
Littleton. N. C.
Mrs Margaret Darren au eld and
es'eenied iadv tbed at the resile-nce tf
Mr. James Ilarner o:, the P-th, aged
.. year-. M. tia 1 oef'n a uevoica
a'lii is-... j,,,,,. member oi the Mission,
. , 1 . it
. . .
ury baptist churcu tar o' years.
Miss Lala (Pil, w ho Las been visit-
ir rL.:v.ives for ome time in Kiu11j,
, ' , , , ,
N. C. returned home a few days ago.
. r - -
c viug t-jthc soircc.'icss of ots tha
acreage ul! be much ?:ual!cr than Lst
I a:n glad to ffttff that "tlnmblcr
Fuk"' C upton is nrt deaJ, and wrtte
this to correct my ht.
Why do all the farmers haul fieir
cotton, buy thc?r meat and horses aud
in Wihs ViV
Why ii .t that we cannot l:'aye
preaching Ler monthF?
Hrsi In,-vctii Justices anl Afivor
' c-o;-,-v,o(. A.V.
A few davsa'0 when Mr. 15. H. TvJ
" - .
' ., .,..., .
- .hi n iif u. inn jikivu ITCIB rtillrU.
J ir.g from a visit to (ireenvillc the htrc'
. , .
; oeeume uigiuenea ami unmunagibie
throwing Mr. Tyler to '.ho ground with
(both reins iu his har.ds spraining his
, f ot '-o severely that he has not yet
j been able to wafk. His wife was iu
; the bu.'gy and kept her seat while the
i ' " eau-necK
t speed until he was arrested by some
--.who meet them-
I 1 "iy Mr. P.itton Scott one of
Hack Creek's oldest rltinm. Cnmeiu
:uill tuuk a pM,,p warrant a.ui,lst
ii , u',iri 1 ".o ,
I 1 . x- . .,
, iui., i.i ?i iiiiiuiii, mi . 1 1. an 1 '
; .Miiiee ewsome oismisscil 1 he caso
s.Lv)it ami iiOiora in llio lo'ok up lor
duo. IIubtard, colored, nn old ofend
er cf the law, was brought be fire May
or Harris on a charge of disorderly
conduct and was fined o and the cost.
Miss A r.nie Powers of Wilson is in'
town and will commence a bchool In a
I fow (paos. She will oncL with fine
mutm Ti0 NOrdict was that he
incapr.cita'ed from attending to his
own business or caring for his family
from excessive use of strong drink.
The guano Hags arc fijing on every
corner in town.
Miss Feltie Woodard of this place is'
on a visit to relativci in ("lold dioro.
Zi i t..
Mr. J. (J. Pradley, oi K Igecombo
county, near Pattleboro, had his gin
house, together with abovt 20 bales of
cotton burned o! last Friday night
about 7 o'clock. It was set 011 fir
while Mr. P. and family were as sup-
! The lois is estimated to be abmit
2.00. No iusurance.
I'lii'.ay" the 18th inst., about I
o'clock a. in., the stables of Col. W. F.
(.rcens, on his plantation 7 miles from
this place, iu lvlgecoir.be cojinty, to
gether with one nude, a large quantify
of forage-, cotton seed and farming
utensils, were destroyed by fire. .Voi-
Some thief entered the kitchen of
Mr. J dm Forbes at toi-mot Monday
night and helped himself out fef Lis'
Ti.e Pitt county poor Louse wai
irne l Tuesday of last Week. No
The P'-ho 1-i Par.k Trill rt2 opened ir.
d-.t n') ia s.
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jit MN. 3'h' li r bus
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