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WILSON, 1, FltlWAY, MARCH 31, 1S82.
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: be called splendid and w-.rthy of gol- ,
. , .. . , i den mention; but the service of thi I
; ,...nts a glass; doe. any on- think , oW.lire Kirl in jmprUnt aH,e,.t ;
lira, that .s really the pnee of . uuts,i,., the best of Mich exhibi-!
,,rink- . itionK.
j. routs a glass I he-.ir you say: ... ... . , . , 4 , 1
Whv that' not vorv mm-', to pav, . Mie.lHw.t lo her duty, simply; i
V n., inde.-d, 'tis a" verv ,i.:i!Uu:n m' fa!' 1 it voluntari-!
' v'.,.jar. pa-sin-over .twUl linger nd with no dreani of f.wue or re
in! thumb 'ward. The occa-ioir which came to
A..i iftliat wereall that you
" .-.iitlii't lie verv iniii'li rr rnv.
: upon ner ior me saieiy i ino.-e en-T;.t-
pii'-H of drink? Let him de- j dnnr rod liveh; and hatl they all been ,
, ! acritir'i, the. fault and reproach
W ho ha lr,t his courajjo and lo-t i wouh! not have been hern. She those J
l,js pride ",:1'P herself a heroine without i
, i lives a MoveHnu' heap of dsy. ! 'Knowing that a heroine was needed-
,,t far rrmuve 1 from a hea.t to-lav. ; an XMM1I.V onl' to ;ivt'rt 11 '''er ft.r ;
Th, price of a drink ? lot that one humanity's nako and -et hack, if Td ;
t(.jl pleansd, to her humble home and tliej
Who vi .r;,s to-nibt in a murderer' ! ,lu' .nmml 'f '-""'H"'? 1111,1 veeping :
j of eatinsr and . sleeping" A'ld yet not:
i'tcels uitliiu him the f.rcsof hell, ! Cleopatra putting on her crown to ;
li , ior and virtue, love and truth tl"te death "after the hi'h Iloman
:l lh. tflorv ami pride of youth, fashion" is a nobIr li-ure than Kate ;
Hope of 'manhood, the wreath of ; elhy cr. epin- across the 1(
f(Ml Moines bridge in storm and darkness '
jjK-h endeavor and noble aim j J avethos lives which but for her ,
J the treasures thrown trepd venture miit have perished, j
.... I St. Louis ttlooe-Demncfut. ;
At- the price of a drink from day to J
eeid i a glass. How Satan laugh
As over the bar the young man
i ;!- beaded liquor, for the demon
T;ie terrible work that drink would
A !':d before fhe morning the victim
With his life-blood swiftly ebbing
i w 4 v ;
A -i I t !vU wan th;
j price lie paid itUf, i
i ' 1 -
K.m; tlu ploatur of drinking a
'I l.t i rie.- of a drink
If vou want to'
w , , - . .. ;n;,, r r...- r .r tt
u U mi ni arc u ii ling to ra for It
T ir that w retch I tenement ov-
,. . . i i. i.. '
t a-i - di ngv w inflows, and broken ;
era w I-
V. it h outtrctchecl w inirso'er
t.' e mouldy walls
Tlx rc I'o erlv dwrlls with her Iran
Wild ev;d as demon-' for lack
r. ..,i.- f 1
'!' i ; S::.t 113 in a c r:ivT cro.i !i -a i
! ; i r ;
T ;r.- 'i )!e:i-o d'uls its cruel blow: ;
A i 1 i'litMi-Mtit ones re thus accursed.
I' i ). tii" pric- of anothftr'. thirst.!
T.M-coatsa gla..s; Oh! if that were,
,r ... . . .
i.ie sacniico would indeed L
Kjt th'Miioney'H worth is the least:
VvV pay ; ami whoecr will keep
W.ll learn the terrible waste am! !
T i it"follovs tais ruin ous aonetito. !
Tsn cents a glass: Does any one '
Tied, that i really the price of
Storv (if a Ilv'i'oiir.
ii.iwkatk KWM.itv s.wrt) A T it A I x
rr.oM di'-stui ci ion.
Th ftory of the girl Kate Shelby,
M w hom the Iowa Legislature ha
m;e I a g d I medal, is worth more
.. . .
t'Mnn j.assmg notice. It is a story
t ith all the element in it of whata
note I writer calls "primeval actioa of
tie viifr c knu I link a mo-
ru ;it ofthfi cirenmstances. A rim-f-!-
tirl reiro l i n poverty and uuac
;'U!.ite 1 with books or great experi-r-neet,
sta ids at a cottage window
l'1 'king out into a night of black and
r.rri.'.e st or n. s i I baly the head
!'v'bt of a coming railroad freight
train is ec-u to touch abridge in a
i-ep gorge, to waver an instant, and
t'i--:i go down with an awful crash
a-noii;s- t'ic ro' k and the roar of sw ol
i:i waters. The girl seizes a tdiawl,
k:ev h -r mother an 1 sisters, and
I. a t th rouuli the darkness to the
'"f ne of the wrerk, only to find one . zjt.r eomes out of it w itl a character a
1 i z man. and h- beyond her reach, pore as de snow. Who started the
T.ien, nothing daunted, she hasten- insanity dodge? D lawyers, w ho
i on a mile further to the station in-: encourages crime in all its phases ?
tvwning bridge, with a river be-. Ik lawyers. You kin not hire de
I'catii, and arming just in time to lowest, poorest black man to do fur
?op a passenger train and save it money what la w vers am doin' ebery
"':. -n destruction. : day. De public am deir prey. Mis-
It ail reads like an invention, or fortune am deir opportunity, an' man's
like a l-.-af out of some old apocrpha of weakness am deir glory and profit.
! a-roic examples. Ami yet it is only j public law ha no majesty in deir
R plain statement of fact, from a re- eyes de fireside grief rouso no sen
inote corner of a neighboring tate, tinient in deir hearts. Whar' lar am
! tiie choice young heroine only no lawyers dar' am no littligaslinm
v'.'eei yo.'.r of age, btdongs to our am' but few crimes. Our judiciary,
,v'Vu time, and i- as authentic as tho in too many cases, from Justice of the
'lighter you meet at breakfast every ivace el'ar up, am entiled to no man's
''i Tn'ng. She i not conscious, we reverence an' may well fall uraler
future to say, of having done any- obcry man's Mispishun. Too many
l! i;igextraordinary,and no doubt the '. lawyers am black-legs, who deserve
!rftty meilal will bo a surprise to her. prison liars, an' may of our courts am
It i usually uo w ith those win) nullin better dan dens of robber an
ft' Mevesuch "triumph. , black-mailers. Dat's all fur dis t.me,
' erhapn if she tmU realized w hat
" w as accomplishing or hal enter-
1 lined any thought of applauseor a
"'dai, siie would have faltered and
jii'-aMirerl the risk at the expense of
'nig her ojiortunitv; ct-rtainly she
"id have missed that tine effect of
'llisiiues which is the essence of
V 'ne heroism. It was by not taking
1 i t elf into the account at all that she
herself tin highest honor. And
Vl"' li vindicated anew the anouia-
Ion but omid pervasive truth th !
through forget fulness we find our way ;
tn th' best f remembrance. '
It is not tin great, astonishing nn '
forceful deeds that most merit tribute :
and commemoration; or at leant Mich !
dedi are not entitled to a monthly of 1
recognition and prui.se. The stonningj
of h hostile battery, the . rescue of u,
raptured flag, the "facing of duath be- j
cause retreat would be dishonor, must ;
m migni nave avoided i
without reproach. There was no re- !
sponsibility, leal r moral, retins '
Wtr;ii!3t!orvuil, 5eiii!: Tjj!!i
About tiunl) io venii::ctal.
The county governnumt question
promises to become an issue in the ;
coming election. If forced upon us
jby design ing demagogues and politi--
cal hucksters, let it come, and we'd i
face the music as becomes the ecu - i
sion. Tiie county government policy ;
w orks well enough for uh, w e see no j
neces.-itv for acJiange, unless th ne-!
iTnCH O f F.:Lsteni CaroIiiiM arn better
.. , , . . .. t. t
nit..! t i-nl.a i-iiiiiitv iiivifti.ru TIi'iii Tlx
eo-!wl,it people are. It ha.s been tried;
and found a sliameful failure. I hey.
set both law and humanity at defiance ;
I and ut raged decency itself. Th -ir 1
ruling tended to bankrupt toe wh
, i t) . J tl .,
and drive t um out of the Stat
hi tea '
e r j
hold them there as slaves to tiie negro ;
! ami that w ithout mercy. Unlit to
irovern, l.s it wise again to put the :
s . . ' . - , , ' ., . .
w bite peop e of the east under their1
contro!'. For one. we think not; nev-.
t.rtl., it tj1(nv nt. anv cniderable
.: .- .1... ., i,;t ....'.,',1, ,.f
Carolina so very anxious to vote lr
magistrates and county cow; m:
ers and that thv can neither eat nof
shop, let them settle in the east and
we w ill cheerfully advocate a change
oi county irovcrnniout policy. Th
present policy or system w a demand-!
ed and ( ailed for by every considcra-.
tion of humanity and d -cency, and
we see no more reason for changing,
it than th? re is reason why tho people. .
l I I.I not linn!!.. l-u1 tr vn! ;i fur
- " " , V . . :
State judges, etc. Milton Chronicle
Tiie Ax Laid nt Cic i:oo(.
"IJro. fjardner," ol the Idme Kiln
1 Club, si caking of the increase of crime
and the laxity of law, proposes to ?hov
"w har do root of tiie evil lie!." He
lays the ax at the root i f the evil.
Who and how many will help "grub
: it up ?" Hear linn, ye lawyers :
"Listen to me. Kin you name one
! single lawyer in dis kentry, outbid.?
j of de salaried prosecuting attorneys,
J w ho has any fame as a defender ol de
! law an' aconvicter of criminals? Xot
I On ,1.. .,,1,1..,. I, .1 ' L i I,
I ' 1 1 V . Mi u.imi:i lliiil ji wi( f i n 1 1 . ii v.
hundred who hev grown rich an'
! mouK by pullin' thieves, burglar
all' murderers lieu de meshes of de
law. To be a lawyer is to be a law-
breaker not a law defender. To be
; a lawyer is to be rt man who, fur mo'
or nioney, will attempt to shield
de man who steals Ins own fadder s
(.orpso fn)IIl (t, KraVt. an, it t ,io
-urg(op,s. To be a lawyer is to be a
, man who will breakup de happiest
r.....:i.. r.. ' l.'f -,.n
i;mn i.o ...
hate your naybur go t de lawyer
:m' he will tell you how to play him
some dirty trick. 1-1 f a newspaper
tells de trtir bout you, goto a lawyer
an' he w ill start a lible suit on spee
kuhcdiun. Ef u want your wfTe
sent to a maddiouse, any lawyer will
fix do case fur "t. Steal, rob, mur
der, an' lawyers will rush to your
pri-on cell to git a fee fur defendin'
you. Our cites am full of gamblers.
Why? Kase de lawyers encourage
'em'. Knibez.eieinent ha become do
rule. Why ? Kase de lawyer settle
de ease fur a per cent an' de embe.-
air we will now impei our-ei,
upon de reg'lar order of business."
A ISevolulion lillVcted.
Atlanta, Oa., Feb. Sth, issi.
1 1 . II. Warner .t (;: Sir -Forthir-
tv vears I was a victim of pi.infwl
kidney disease, but your Safe Kidney
and LiverCure ban made, mo a new
rjf xi itt: mouth im:iioi.is
Hanging btweo two small
1. vs, and catching the light from h :
oa, , . c . , ,. :
ces of Adams l.xpress Com-, any, ht ,
oJ Uroai w ay. New York-the olhee ;
occupied by Mr. . 11. Hall, head of:
i..,- uq1iuiiHii--iMi .i.uiii
finished but neatlv framed rhromo
about 2$ by : i'.-et in i.e, which i
lookeil. -upon by hundreds of people
daily, on many of whom it has a wun
ilerful asid salutary eil'ect. It repro
sent a lli'ht of half a dozen rouh
stone steps leading from the swarded
hank of a placid lake to a little rustic
temple set in the rued side of the
mountain which ries in stupendous
proportions in the background all
covered with a rank luxuriant growth
of foliage in brush and tree. In -the
open door of this little temple stan Is
a half concealed figure, with an arm
and hand extended, holding forth a
small, dimly defined package, while
seated on the .-ward at the foot of the
steps an aed pilgrim, bnrefooteJ,
lame and decrepid, beam a st.df in one
hand, and in the other holds before his
di m eyes small bottle, whose label
he eagerly scans- This label bears the
words "St. Jacobs Oil the Orcat Ger
man llemcdv." Simple a this little
chro:no appears in its unostentatious
position, it lias an influence which it
would be dillicult to estimate. "It is
to that picture and the ter.sn:usions o.
Mr. H ill," said Mr. Edward J. Doug
lass a gentleman conneted w it li Mr'
HallN department, "that T ow e my
present ability t icrform my- work,
Some weeks aL'o I was v iolentlv attack-
ed with sciatic rneu niatism, ana hour
by hour by hour I grew w or.se, and
nothing my family or the doctor could
do gave me any relief. I began to
think in a few days that my c ie w as ;
hopeless and that 1 was doomed to be
an invalid and helpless cripple for life.
Hut at last I thought of that picture
which I had so often looked at with 1
but little interest, and then Mr. Hall '
came to my bed.-ide, and telling me .
how St. Jacobs Oil had cured him of:
a w orsviand longer standing case than
mine, urged me to use the same re me- :
sly. I did so that very night, directing
my wife not to spare.it but to apply it '.
thoroughly according to thudirectiour-;
this she did with a larife piece of flan
nel cloth saturated with the Oil, and
then bound the cloth to the affected.,
parts. The next morning I was free!
from pain, and although a little sore in
the hip, was abie todres myself, and ,
tho next day resumed my duties in the ,
ollice as sound as a dollar. Here I am
now in fall he tlth and strength, having
had no touvh of rheumatism or other j
pain since. Whenever I see one of!
our drivers or any other person who,
show s any symptor.s of lameness or1
stilfness, I point him to the picture in
Mr. Hall's olhce, and then direct 'nm
to go for St. Jacobs hi ut one
i'. JC. c.'tltuj Ttlejrcr.i.
C.'Ijj.'tu Jttcn liar;
An Australian Chinaman, when
anxious to have a wife of his own na
tion, sends a letter to an agent in Hong
Kong. The following is a condensed
translation of one of these epistles:
"I w ant a w ifr. She must be a mai Un
under twenty year of age, and must
not have left her father's house. She
must have never read a book, and
her eyelashes must be half an inch in
length. Her teeth must be a spark
ling as tl o pearls of ( evlou.
breath must bo like unto th scents of
the magnificent odorous proves ofi
Java, and her attire must be from the;
silken weavers of the Ka Li-Ching, I
which are on the banks of the greatest
river in the w orld -the ove. flowing '
V .ngtse-K iang." The price of a Chi
nese women delivered in Syd ney is
s ; but two Chinese women only,
cost '! ; therefore the heathen Chi-
neo import women in couples The
importer never set's his women lu fore
they arrive, and then he generally
selects the bet looking one. The
other is shown around to a number of;
well-to do Chinamen, and, after they;
have inspected her she is submitted
to w hat may be called public auction.
At a recent sale at Sydney a young
girl, aged about nineteen, was offered,
and, after some spirited bidding, she
was purchased by a wealthy Chinese
storekeeper, w hose place of business is
in one of tho leading town of New
South Wales, for 0. The melan
choly aspect of the Celestial girl as
she went away in. company with the
man who purchased her, was deplora
ble to the last degree.
An Illinois dispatch :in:munc
"two very respectable gentle
Thomas Davis and ('apt. Ed.
the latter "a veteran of the
got into a dispute, and "the veteran
of the war" threw a brickbat and lew
his kinsmaii Thomas.
"And Davis took a -done
No bigger than a button,
And slew cousin Thomas
As dead as any mutton,
Aral the veteran of the war went to
jail. In default of $ obail."
Thus ends the story of the two very
respectable Illinois gentlemen.
Rai.kkjii, March Emma Pol-
ami, a little girl residing iu Wa-hing-ton
county, left her home to play in a
field in which there was a quanity of
dry shrubbery. She took some mateh
es w ith her and set fire to the shrub
bery. The fire spread rapidly and
she was soon encircled by the
flames. She was unable tnccape and
the lire burned so fiercely that her
relatives could not approach near',
enough to rescue her, and she was
burned to death.
Mose How, Eq., of H-werhilli
Mass., strongly indorses St. Jacobs Oil
for rheumatism, etc., from the obser
vation of its effects in hi factory as
also in his own family so we set- from
one ofour Massachusetts exchanges -
WIT AND HUMOR.
win-L.,An Iowu ?aJer tH!? of tvvo loyer
; 7 If ' j
nieain prohabl v that tliev werenot kin-1
dred souls. The circumstance recall j
the instance of a romantic voting lady i
wno had a verv tine head of hair. One
evwnin' wl t i her alii ne d -d. od f a ii g
very inquisitively at it in the m urn-'
liht, sh-' said with much feeling:
"John, are you thinking that each onei
of these liairs h like a g il.l.n cord j
binding you to happiness?" "Well, ;
no," lie answered mechftnicaly, "J t
was thinking what a nice iuo3puito-iiet !
they would make.''
S.vina pro:ni.i:it Xe v York clerfc'v-
man in a recent srnion: "I know a'
man who once noed as a bank;
burglar. He was accounted one oft he
worst criminals, and the powerful
arm of th law was ever stretched out
to arrest him. My friend-, that man
suddenly saw the wickedness of his
way, and joined church. To-day h is
employed as a collector for one of tiie
great gas companies of this city, and
everyday he i int'rustetl with sunii
varying from live hun Irel to.-?ix hun
dred dollars." In the opinion of somo
folks, 31 r. Clergyman, that man hami't
j made a very long1 stride away from
ol rohuery, we can just'
1 1 w.is praising he
begging for one
tiny curl, when
. u' "c orotner ai-l :
j , "Oh, my! 'tain't notli'mg n w
j,st ought to have een how
bangs down w bun blie hangy
it on the
tublstoc nili it!"
Then they laughed, and-nhe callad
her brother a cute little angel; and,
when the young man was going away
and heard the boy yelling, lie thought
the lad was taken suddenly and dan
Two men discussing the wonders
of modern sei'-nce. Said one : " Look
at astronomy, now; mn have learned
the distances to the stars, and with the
spectroscope they have even found out
tho substances they are made of."
Yes," said tho other, "but strangest of
all to me is how they found out all
their names.' ,
Marvin, who married so many
women, wa sent to the penitentiary
for ton year. A painful expression
shoots over .Mr.
features when he reflects that if he had
only settled in I'tah he might now
have been in Congress.
'An Illinois man, with a foresight
, worthy ;fa better cause, popped the
'question on a railroad train, and now
the maiden is at a loss to decide a to
I which countv she had better coni-
nience proceedings in for a breach of
I prcmit. .
'a!ii for' "Is your wife a Democrat r Itepub
' " j lican?" asked one Kockland citizen
i of another in a store this morning.
"She's neither," wat tho prompt
response; and then glancingcautiously
around, ami sinking his voice to a
hoarsi whisper, he explained,
They twll a story of a witness who;
stated that he ha l read "Gulliver' j
Travels," the stories of Munchausen,;
and the " Flying Wife," including
"Robinson Crusoe," and believed
them all; but that Wirt's Life of Fat-
rick Henry " w as u little more than ho
A Parisian is telling a resident of I
fair Marsillrs about tho Siamese tw ins :
which he had at Paris. " Verv inter-i
estimr. I daresay for Paris. Wo'
had v pair of Siamese twin like that
at Marseilles a trood nianv years ago,
but the-weren't brother.-l"---
Dot-tor, to nervous patient;
. . 1. ..
You are afraid of beinir buried I
life is extinct? Nonsense! ou take
what 1 j)rescrne, and drive iicn iooiisn ;
notions out ofvotir head. Such a tiling!
nevor happ'-n- with my patients.'
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Govt,
Quinsy, Sere Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Cansrcl Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
S'- rn.-para::n on . rth e-i-al Ft. Jrr.p 0:. tM
a -. .tim;.''.m l ri..ap Extt-riin! KtntT-
A t-ial cn-jc .nt th cmrrat:Tr:r tnLnie "ut.ar
.-: 50 ( rn!. ci-A every ono tr.fter.n vih r-a.a
ra-. hare rhenparsd positive jwf c.a2is.
IMreotu-n ia EeTcn InriPia".
SOLD BY ALL EEUGGIST3 AND DEALERS 13
A. V0 GULXR &i CO.,
war,", ,4i - h Ttegsss4mJ&
J. E. OH Alt A.
ATTORN KY-AT- LA W,
LNFlKLI), N. C.
Pratuce id iLt Cuut'-. f Halifax.
CouiL ativi Warren t lu tLf Mupriuc i,d
KeJeral Court wf Nrli Oiro.ina.
W A Anderson.
2)'i Water Street, Norfolk, Va.jpoWELL A KOlilNSU.N',
Manufacturer of Every Description of
Cartings Iron and Brass,
At nhort Notice and Baltimore price.
No Extra Charge, for Pattern ou
Hand of which I have quito
an Extensive Varfetv.
ftosT Highest Cash 7Yc paid fur MUali
March 10 1 vax.
To tUr Citizens tf Wilsen aad
Wtt, th unJvrigui-d,
Tour Htltntiun to
! Th 7?iiTTirinr1 Tron Tluf V.nt n.?
Wcnilil tMiu! to col rc.i. till witli Tun od '
die Hiibjcn jf jour owu iiitvrtist, Wn will j
w.irr.snt a tig'it Hoof iu evry "cutinc aaJ I
will s. iiJ yu the Li-t f Ttstiuioi.iuU wij J
.il'pli'ation, Rt-ipec. fully, ;
Til lU II HR a
MmcklC-Siu (iol.UUo.o. X.
To the Justices uf I'm :ac of WiUoa
Yu are nreby notified to meet lu the
the Court House in the town of Wil
son on the fourth Monday In 3Iay
lrtSi, to determine whether tho In
ferior Court of Wilson County idiall b !
Bv order of the Board. j
Chairman of the lioard of Jutice-s wf !
thv Iaco of Wilsou County.
Having been appointed Koivttr of
the late firm of Farmer & Wainwright,
all persms indebted to them are here
by notified to coujo forw ard and make
payment, and those holding claim
against the same will present thoui
tl :...1,.r ,i;..v
1 Uk""UMl,uw Wk "UJUHr
J. A. TYNES.
Nov. 11th, 181. tf.
IIY YIHTFE of A DECHKE UF THE
Sijji. ior Court of Na.sli County approved by
tlit Hon. John A. tiihiier iu motion 1'vttio
V Litl-y, ii fant Lr lir Guardian Ii II. liunu.
Tlu- undii igiu'd will nvll before lb Court
House door in tin; town of N.ih viIIh, on
Monday. April 3rd, lS'i. Duo tract of luud
iu Nasli County, North Carolina adjoiuiuf
tht lan-t of litany A. hitluy aud otLura
roiitauanj; one liundrod and fourU-en 11 It
acrtfti. worb or ltf-u. Sul-jtct to ilia Dowor of
Mm. Jolly t. WliitUy, wliicb bait btcon a
siijiu'j by uiiil.s and bounds. Tvriu: One
Third ca.b I'.alanctf at eijjbt month with
iuu-re-t from dar of -dltt at 8 pr co.it
I - retaiut-d till piircha? tuouvy it paid
H II. l.U.NX, Guardiau and CouiuiLsion-r,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF
the Superior Court of Wilsou County,
made on the 17th day of rebruary
ltSi, and duly approved by the Hon.
John A. Gilmer, Judge, in a certain
petition pending iu said Court, tiled
by MARY K. CREWS, in her own
behalf and I5ESSIEC. JOHXSOX, an
i infant, offering by her guardian, the j
; said MARY K. CREWS, I shall sell
j at the Court House door in Wilson,
Monday the :ird day of April 1KS2 that
1 portion of the lot in the tow n of Wil -
j. son on Tarboro Street, adjoininir N.
1 . r . t i 1. w 11.. n 1 :
! A. Morn, John D. Wells, v Hie
unmet and 01 ner, ueginmug at. j.
Morriss' crner on Tarboro Street and
1 Ulllllll nun mi ?inri .- icri, uimi
: ...:n. ....( K f,.,.f K..
at right angle with said street l-r-.Te-et
! to W. Daniel's line, then with said:
i line about '2S feet, 4h.n to John D. j
Wells' corner, then v
then with John D.
Wells' line 'J71 feet to N. A. Moiriss
! line, thence with Morriss' line 10 feet,
: cornering-thence with said Jorriss'
, line 41 feet to the beginning, exclusive
; of the building. Also that portion of
isaitl lot lying immediately bark of
the store owned by Move tt Nadal,
: being 1 feet wide by about 10U feet
; deep. For more particular description
see the plot on tile in tiie oinco 01 tiie
Clerk of the Superior Court. Term--:
XE20( cash; balance on credit of nine
months interest from date at per
cent. Title retained until purchase
! H. G. CONNOR, Commissioner.
II AXUTACTl' K E II B
Gemapss of All Ms
Rmrcies. Itia-tons. Stx-neat Carnage,
J agger. Yagoii.s Top and no Top, A.
Send fhr clrculnr
YbenTIif) fan do as well For Yoa.
Hroii F. Murray
Rer resent tl e largt-.t, rl.n.pt, if.t ntid
t.l.lt-st lies'ilar Life IiiMimnce Company
, d.,ine biiint s ir. Wilson- (Jive Lb" .your
; bu-iiK-1 .m.l lie will cjxri.d iii mcuvv here
i anio.ig vou.
E. L. HUNTK!!. I. D. S
orric s at
KX FIELD, X. C.
' 1 Nonroi.K, ta
31. S. JA31l"rt, Proprieties.
EXIiAH(iri). KemodeleJ, H.fur
u'lhhetl, Ton trail v Locatsl, Uood A
I uimodatioius. lUtc IteuouaLIe.--'t: l
1 AallloN AUl.U UVUUt'ii.
TAKJiOKO T., WlI.so.N, X. C.
Iluving opened a fiPst-chi6S
I tl.l'n.K.' Ill t I- .,.!, V. l..v...
; who wish good work
..- , . ...
i . . . .i
1'or Stale I
A Buggy Shop with a truJo of frou
four tofcix thousand dollars pcr vear in
the town of Ulack Creek. A .Ood
oL-eniiiL' In a ir.M l,,c-,!itv
I n now buggies on Jncitl "wliicli wlil be
A pply at once to
W. S. AND LI WON",
Black Cnjuk, X. U
j Xurio, tf.
In consH-quence of tho Jeatb of Ueu.
H. CSril'In it tecome. nee5sary to rl
tla the bushier of thetirm of OrilUn A
Murray. All persons indebtetl to a:iid
tlnu w ill please call at their itlaww wl
UusiricA and kettle at once.
Surviving partner wf Oriiilu Ji ili
S W Seh! ner.
Ho. il Hoanuko hJuarw,
Orders promptly attended toauU .
MchlO-3 Satisfaction GuarunteeAj.
THE, CNDKUSIGXiCD, hurt form
ed a co-partnership for the practice, of
medicine in the town of WTUon and
adjoiningeountry. Retun.iMg thanks
to their patron for the ir liberal pat
ronage, they solicit a continuance of
the tame. Office on Nash Street op
posite the I ourt House lately occupied ,
by Jas. S. Woodard, Ksq., wheru one.'
l.H. 1 . .. 1 ... a i I
nr imui m;iy oo :oNayi louno w iiau
not professionally engaged.
C'.C. FEACOCK, M. D.,
W. S. ANDF.RSON. if. D.
tfiII?H permanently located In
Wilson, N.C. All opporatlou wl l
oe neatly and carefully performed uu 1
on terms a-s reasonable, aa polble--Teeth
extracted without num. Othcj
i Tarboro street next door to Fot oillcu
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, prejuireU IO hUUl
! njtir all kindi of
Y9 rirO UOV
ueTr, &u i ro-
M A C II l X K It V.
j Wo kop constantly on l:anii
, tiipe and fittini Also valves
i of Jill kinds. Otton in fitted;
lupin firsL-clar-8 ordor. Sp.ialj
attention given to llitting up
jMill work. KMi mates fi:i-'
iiiliel oc. all kind; of work. Or-!
!ders olicitod, and piotnptl
mm & bbiiIob,
On Tne-la lit- 1 Hi h. Ut of A pri! nTt t
e l..te rr-.l. rxe ri KLM AN F.XT5UX,
Aa.io-A I v. Ill .; i. tl.t. hiizhe-i b.lir ihe
' lerffinal erjrlT belrginj loth 1to;i.-.
1 con.liFg r-t 11 e noil nl r-t:3l.
tr 1.1m. I ":. i.i.ish) il
kitrhn fi!Mu"u re t'.rn. Uwi, Jt-; . f.
Teriii: C: S befnr-the riglit to t!i fr-I-f
rtr i releised. Thie 11th cbiy of Mrrh,
"l'MOS. JKFF KATMAN, A 'ir..ni-tn:or
: M ir. 17-if
House For Sale:
I olTer my hou.s, wlwh sovea (r.l
ruoms. iu the town of Hhuk t'reek f.,r
.ilo. 1 he Jot i a lar-f ene, eotiU' n
kig two and cre-tldrd auTes. C:..
Acre In t traw Lerrit wML uivt.a
yield. W!ltohI vhoao! iiv r-
lou fvrnulJiu U tl4!it I aai l,. i
w. S. AME its o:,
Ill 1 . . .
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isiack i ocl., .
lUi-Dletiller, Hetin. r and Wiioleil
Liipior 1 caler
yeam.-n St rift,
t " constantly on band a full
J uf iJ,lu"r' NN 1,"S Mvr'i nuit-
! Kyo "SL XX Y SOi;Tll" Whisk-,-
uu:,,un,,J-'-,- Order elicited ui 'l
r'fcb 10-auil K.
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TALLOTT & SO'ia
VduUfac'tiivr i f l'oiub! ned hUtlo!)ii;.
j tii.krini.-s and I! iIit-. Saw MilU. rn -, J
j b-at M 'IN, Muflnit:. H..n--and I'.ii;., ,.
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liwu CaUnj, Vaviiitmry of n v dct;ii,-
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TalbcH'i Patent Spark A'rfstcT.
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It dtjej not I ut v I f u v wl'lt a uln
It will iiot i ko u. aud r;,iLro n
It I'm ilri i no itiiccl (bimjiiir to bo oti
t-tl wln-ii r;ti-jin hlen n il.uiosirs btln ob
jt-cliiMiabb.', U4 tlmy may bo left ooii aud
albov i,f spark ti ese:ij .. J
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hieh, bv 'oinl'-ii-alion, J-i i I !n; umfi .
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Illciciic v i tlt it l-.I bv t.-vnixniloi.
j of the uiil-r. Ht:d the bollor in knfl m f
j .11: by Cvjnd.ui.il.
Il u lihnplo a'.id duiablu ai.J omu bo loU..-'
1 ll uiii be attached to any b ilnr.
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j pots aial .t.-:nnbo..t Lnwdie-.
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