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"LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT. BE THY COUNTRY'S. THY GOD'S. AND TRUTH'S.
Joscphuj Dar.icls f'--
Mi lutl SI. tor.
Tin: Wilson Advance.
Wimon, Friday, April 11th, IS:
tiii; OI.U ftTOSSV
around Gravesend tlie Coroner comes
J w as eepin;;, sad and weary, j and views the alligator. Tliat ends
A ml t he uij;ht was Ioiil; and dreary, ; i. When the baby was snatched
F.ndlss seeming tomv eliihl heart j they hdd the inquest in a tree. The
Loiiin for the morning light. jury was all on one limb and the alli
I'ain and won fill sore were o'er me ! gator underneath looking up. Binieby
And the .shaded lamp be for me
Seemed to mock my bitter yearning.
Long ag , one winter night.
Till my mother's soft caressing
Fell upon me like a blessing.
As. she told of One who siiileied
Hitter throes on C.dvan;
Till-1 hu-hed m. sobs and crying.
On her g.jntle Ikmmmi lying,
"While .-lie told me of the Savior
And His death upon the tree.
Told me o'er and o'er the story
Of the ( lirist child ami His gloiy
f the shepherd's wondrous vi.siou
And the st ir of promise hrigiit;
( )t' t he humble .shed and manger
the. holy stranger;
Of the angels, praises singing,
bong, ago, one w inter night.
S'.ilier grew my heart's quick
As he told me of the meeting.
At the tomb, one Sabbath morning.
Of the angels fi:r and bright.
Then, at la.-t, the story ende I,
Fp to Cod a prayer ascende 1
Ah, it all come back so plainly
To my fevere I brain to-night!!
A upon my ciiuch I languish,
S othingl upon my anguish.
Liki a star that bre iks the d irkness,;
Or a ray of morning light.
Com -' i t he t bought of that nweet
Of the Christ child and His glory,
T;i it was told to hush my waiting,
F eag ago, one winter night.
Ah! my burden seenielh lighter
And the d u kness growelh brighter
Pain and griel no longer o'er me
Their d irk w ings of sorrow cast;
Christ, m king, forever reigucth.
And my soul no more cnnpl.iiiiet h; l
arist liatli raise
Itli raised the veil olslia-lows i
From inv earv
"You see the item in one of the!
paers alout taming young alligators
I reckon." said a Gravesend man,
rapturing the city editor by the but
tonhole and draw ing him intoadooi
wav. "Vou know the paper said it
was the fashionable tiling :. do."
"I don't remember. Perhaps I
did. What of it?" asked the city
-d tried it." said the Gravesend
man. "A friend of mine brought me
on from New Orleans, and I'm
taming that alligator for the children
to play with."
"How does the experiment come
along?' asked I he city editor.
"I don't know slum! the experi
ment: the alligator is thrivin'. He
was six weeks old when I got him
two months ago, and he
years old now. People in
say he's all the alligitor
"What does he do?"
"Well, its here. When
he was a sportive little '-nss and just
wabbled around friendly. He was
rhieth mouth and we u-ed lo
him for t he tun of sccin' him
Now w fki;i around when w
him comin' for the fun of M-ein'
"Is he danncrous?" asked the
"I haven't been clo.se enough to
see. He eat up in dog. and when I
left this mornin' he was in the sty
arguin the question of pork as a diet
with the pig. My w ile thinks if the
pig has any he-k he will find the cow
"lienor get rid of him, hadn't
a ou?" suggest ed the city editor.
"I don't know." replied the Grave
nend man. "We have stored so
much away in him now that it seems
like givin' up most of our property,
and my eldest girl says she can't
bear of havin her leg go out among
bitc her leg off?" demand- j
cd the horrilicd city editor.
"Sure." responded the Gravesend
man. -look it oil siiori: nicii ;lt nrsr inougnr mat ine
t ho re's the baby. We hate to part ; blotch was laused by sunlight, but
witJi Fie baby's grave, so we try and j M. d'ciled finally that something
keep the alligator along. My wife j VM fallen into the wheel. He stop
insists on keepin' him 'cause sho ped the engine, and to his amaze
thinks she saw a couple o' pedlars go j lm.t found that what he had seen
iu one day packs ami all, and she's : was ;l white cat, w hich had been
got an idea the packs may come to j clinging to one of the sjMtkes. The
the front again if we hold on. lie-, ,-at had wandered into the wheel,
sides, she seen that item about tame j and had tailed to get out when the
alligators being fashionable and she's; wheel was started shortly before,
a irol deal on stvle.' I she w as dazed, and hardly knew
"lint do vou call
that alliijator 1
Certainly. He comes rijrht into
the house, same's any of us and
keens himself. He's uot that heel,"'
and the Gravesend man pointed to
a mutilated loot.
-There's inv son's !
wife tiro. She' part alligator now.
He e.it her tin a week airo and the
boy hasn't j;ot over his arm yet
Klliafr y,ot the arm t'to.
ejaculated tli' citv
( )h, yes, it's lively down there
i When In puts himself up he' btisi
except payin me rent, u iumi mere
is iinv mysterious disappearance
j the limb broke, and the jury disap
peared in a row. in -it as thev sat. We
iumn i uau lor an miri.
Coroner gave me h erinif, and after
the tuneral we allied an empty cofliu
; ness- n,e WimnMt alitor ( ,)illHtioIl, Imildll, a tour of tho priu. ,
: " lJ'"' w" c" 1 " "c" cipal citie of the Union, is rcco-! There h a 1.
I " "V r" -i 'li " the le.idinj; character ministry of merev
tack ljanrtner, drew na.h with him ; v.c.iliHt and varietv performer of- .. ;
.ihutnowhetheheidof Jhe family, i t,,0 ,Jllit(M, states.' ' , I a.th and hope
iaii.ie iuo uoi. i urn mr iiiiiiiMn realized i nis i an in i a large ior
! said dust to dust, ami we all dusted. ; tune.
I I )o you remember whether that item' The writer of this article met Mr.
I said what a real tame alligator ought' Pastor recently at the P.in-haiu
to be fed onf
"Don't recollect seeitig
Aren't yon afraid he'll eat
it at all.
nin e of vour familvf
"Think he's liable to?" asked
L;ave-e:id man. with a curious
prcssioii of visage.
'die might. Suppose he should
tret vour wile?"
Ah!" said the (iraveseud man.
lie might ge her, mighten hef You
think 1M better keep him then?" and
the (Iraves Mid man leaned against i found out a remedy for all such an
the door and gave himself up to re- j noying aflection s. I asked him
f e tion. "So he might, so he might," j what tlie remedy was, and he replied
the city editor heard him say as lie j st. .Jacobs Oil.' I then lwained
drew aw. iv and left him there. "That from Mr. Pastor that he considered
beautiful oung tame alligator may
get her yet," and the gloom ofni
fall enveloped the frame dilating
with a new hope. lirooklyn Eagle.
Aiuct iiaii uimS Iluropeaii OilIs.
In Furope every girl learn cook
ing as an art, and that part of her
education is as essential as that of
reading or writing. Fvery restaur
ant and hotel has a number of these
volunteers, who pay for the privi
lege of learning under the tuition of a.
chief, in addition to which thev do
work around the kitchen. No matter
: how rich a man is, his daughters
j must learn in this manner, so that
! t hey can supervise the household and
i learn to cook well and economically.
rt-l j. ... I. . . 1 I 4..
n!,s '-"m nas ..ecu .... ,h,v ,,,
n"s '" oiuc.e,, .una, am.
i s now nerine itnnr tlie iasrj in m
shape ot t he schools ot cookery. In
Furope the girls are also taught
cookery in the schools, and the con
sequence is that they are wives in
fact as w ell as in name. When girls
in this country stop looking down on
housewifery as dishonable, and begin
to learn cooking as an art, they will
all pass out of single blessedness, but
until that time the crop of old maids
will continue to increase, alarmingly.
The heard of remark that two can
live as cheaply as one. is rank non
sense. Any young man can live
like a light ing cock, dress well ami
smoke the bes cigars on 1,000 per
year, lie cannot mary on 1,500
and do the same. Kansas City
On d street, in Sacramento, Cal..
there is a store at which a St. Her
nial d dog is kept to watch at night
! for burglars. One day last month,
this dog was half asleep, on a rug in
the store, w hen n number of rough
characters entered, and began to
; examine some comic valentines on a
! counter. The proprietor was busy,
I and paid no attention to -the lads.
After a while the la'tcr started out
but before they could reach the door
j the dog had blocked the way. Ile
. stood growling and showed his teeth,
evidently determined that the boys
should no pass out. The proprietors
, attention was at once attracted, and
' he ordered the dog to keep quiet.
Tlie intelligent animal kept up hts
growling, however, and when t he
,t,vl.',.,..,..r advanced to orotect the
lads he saw tlwit the dog was right.)
ii t'li.t l... .woi...l :i o lekaoe of val-
rntiiww stiekin- from the pocket of
one of the strangers. He immedi-;
atelv searched them, ail found that ,
iiw.v i...,i ;1 noinber of articles!
into their pockets. The dog. on the
ru' h id seen the thefts, and was
were w rong.
know that thev
A few days ago, while the fly
wheel of the Winchester Arms Man-
u factory, in New Haven, was re vol v-
Wer so rapidly t hat the spokes could
not be distinguished, the engineer
noticed a w hite blotch revolving with
VaS tia. II. lll" lliuili l nm "
i,ou-to act tor sevend minutes after
the rescue, but she recovered.
The lion. Mr. Sullivan offers to
tijiht iinv man in America lor 10.000
SpKin- ior one, we cam ia.e im-
money, and nesuiex we nave smu
entire respect tor the Hon. Mr. Sul-
1'vmii Hiat we wouldn t mutilate liuri
or the w orld. Fx.
Tony Pastor in Trouble.
Tony Pastor, of New York, who is
now with his inimitable varietv com-
runs a tirst class theatre on liroad
way. New York City, and has gath
ered about him the best troupe of
variety arl ists that could be obtain
ed. The company has just completed
a brilliant engagement at the Walnut
Street Theatre, Philadelphia, and
after the prest tour they will reap
pe ir in Tony Pastor's own theatre
in New York City. Mr. Pastor is
, the originator of his peculiar
,.liir:t,.ter singing, and ha
himself immensely popular, having
House, in Philadelphia, and found
him as genial in private as he is
amusing before the public. During
our conversation 1 inquired as to his
physical health, and In replied that
notwithstanding the strain upon him
in tlie discharge of his professional
duties, it was excellent.
lie had or
casionaly severe pains, either the!
result of rheumatic attacks or colds ,
I but any complaints of that character
! never troubled him long, as he had
the (Jreat German Hemedv an excel
lent preparation lor the cure or relief;
of rheumatism, and that it was about j
the only thing used among proles- j
sional people for that distressing j
complaint. He took bottles f it i
with him whenever he went travel-:
iiwr iml vi-inilil tio ! without it -mil
knl'w that it was very popular with
a number of members of his own
company. A conversation held sub-
sequently with various members of
the organization revealed the fact
that St. Jacobs Oil had been I-
lorming most invaluable service tor
laem in ine wa o. ruling inein oi
rheumatism. Nearly ecrv artist
in the troupe used it, and was en
thusiastic in its praise, and the wri
ter was really forced to the conclu-
sion that Tony Pastor was certainly
in luck in having so valuable an ar
ticle known and employed by his
inimitably good company of perform
ers, for it enabled every one to be
always in his place, thus insuring
comfort to the management and gen
uine satisfaction to the public. Tony
Pastor wouhl certainly be in trouble , ..Amateur Gardener' wants to
without St. .Jacobs Oil. At least, i knmv tj,t. (,.dSH.sl wav to make a hot
other managers w hose artists have j i,OIlse Leave a box of parlor match
been temporarily unsupplied, have j ,.s wi,ere the baby can play with
noticed the difference between St. ;(,.,,,
Jacobs Oil in stock and St. Jacobs I
( )il out of stock among the members
of their companies. N. V. Clijipt r.
A Practitioner.. Test.
Mai: ion, S. C, March l. ISSfj.
II. II. Warner & Co. : Sirs I have
lieen trying some of your Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cur? in my practice,
and find it to act like a charm.
N. C. Ml KIMIY, M, I).
"ever San : Colored .linn.
A Philadelphia exchange says that
most of the Jewish refugees arriving
in this country never saw a colored
man until they landed. .
"What's the matter with those
men?' asked one of the refugees of a
committeeman in Philadelphia.
Nothing." was the answer.
"Ain't .t'hev sick!"
-Well, what makes them so black?" 1
'They are negroes.'' '
The foreigner shook his head ami '
proceeded to examine me coiorcu
; Itien closer. A crowd soon gathered i
5 around and enjoyed the sight im-
- nieiisely. S .me of them sho k hands;
with the Alrie in
them letused and
, but the most of
shrunk when the
, dusky hand
were offered them. The
children and some of the women ran k
in alarm when the colored men ap- j
proached them. The youngsters 1
clung in terror to the skirts of their
j mothers, while the adult lemales
were not so ccriaiu oui mat un
darkies were sent into the room to
scare them or eat them up. The
young colored men enjoyed the sport
themselves, and tried to talk gib
berish to the exiles.
"All through advertising." remark
ed ex-Mayor Gregory, to us as he
went homeward with a bottle of St.
Jacobs Oil. ''that 1 bought this.
Your paper contains so many won
derful cures of course they are
facts and so 1 thought I'd try a
bottle for the rhumatism." Madison
(Wis.) Pail' IhiifH-rat.
Franklin .1. Moses, Fx Governor
td'Siuth Canlin;i. was arrested in
New York, on the 2!lth nlr.. for swin
.1 .;,.. ..,,.1 .n.i'inlr t' hiil u:isf
IK 1111.. lll'l III "iv iiiimi ,
j committed to jail. .Moses was the
chosen propln-t of the South Carolinti
lialicals. some years back. He is j
said to have stolen from the State of
South Carolina while Governor, a;
million of dollars, and escaped pun-;
ishment. Now he resorts to petty
swindling in Xew York to obtain the
Lnicans ol fast living. 1 ayettcvnie
WIT AND HUMOR.
Add wo to man and von have
lessint; attefidinjr the
cure more disease
! If you don't bridh
sad die be your fate.
' Some temperance folks w ho
sworn off drinking, freeze their
and eat it.
After all. the joy of success does
not eiptd that which attends the
We us iiiiich in avoitlin; tlie i
falling it'ot!nis as we do in liiuta
;.. t,;lt m which thev excel
Often the world discovers a man's
moral worth only when its injustice
has nearly destroyed him.
Young man, always .stop before
you arc clear through, then you have
got something left to .start on again.
It tvnlv t !i i t there is otllv
to "et cheated in a
one wav not
and that is not to buy
It many t Tines falls out that we
deem ourselves much deceived in
: others because we lirst deceive our-
"Grace before meat," as the young
lady remarked when she laced her
self so tight she couldn't swallow.
We have no objection to a man's
borrowing trouble, but we want him
to keep it to linnsell airei ne nas
Mark Twain remarks that all we
VVV to 1ossess the tinest navy in the
worid is ships for we have plenty
. . . - .. ... i i . .
""l - like the which, as we
journey towards it, casts the shadow
j of uur burden behind us.
v Uttk. boS wllo lias i,t.en Used to
j m'.eivin his older brother' old toys
all(l ()M "lothes, recently remarked,
) ,.M1 wjli jKlVr to marry his w idow
when he dies?'
Some fellow has brought out
oner:) dass W hich. he thinks, will till
a. long -felt w ant. It holds a
whiskey. Jhil that will not "till' a
One of our Uoston poets is .said to
be the best amateur boxers in the
country. This shows that he is
quite as talented w ith his hands as
with his feet.
"I wish I was worth 51,000,000,"
said a gentleman. " hat good
would it do you, for you don't spend
your present income
friend. "Oh, I could be economical
on a large scale.
"No," he said, as they eongratu-
kited him on his engagement, "I in
1 not so particularly charmed with the
j girl, but I expect to be very happy,
j Her mother is about the best tem
j pered woman I know of."
I It was at a party. Miss Angelina
j had been persuaded to preside at the
' piano. "There,' said Serephina as
j Angelina took up a piece of music,
I "she has taken a tune from the rack
1 and now she will put us all on it."
Miuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backa:hs, Soreness of tho Chest, Sout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Gene re I Bodily Pains,
Tcoth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No rrerrai:.--7i on earth c T. Jao-B' O'.I M
a , xiirf. nitnjtiv a:i-l ehrap Kxl-n :.! Ktiueay.
A wal entailf but the ro:ajrfetive'.y triU::i: oiit.R.r
c. 50 nt. s.n-1 evt-ry ene MifTenti? v uh ria
can ha-re chenp r.n.l,-s'.tive pr.xjf of its clr in i.t.
directions :a Eleven Ijs.r.ciare.
SOLD ST ALL E2U0GIST3 AITD DIALEES 15
A.VOGILLSR & CO.,
Jlaltimort, U. 8. Ai
11 TO? fill
t TEAD1! G!
Iff EII11T1S1, 1
J. K Oil Alt A.
ENFIELD, '. C.
! Practice in the Count--, t-f Hulifai. Et!.--
i coin L mid irrni ti.i in lh Puprtriie ai'd '.
j 1-eJeral Court of riii Liro.ina,
W A Amhr
! Atlantic Fcindry,
20:j Water Street, Norfolk, Va.
Manufacturer of Every Description of
i Castings. Iron and Brass,
; At hhort Notice and Baltimore prices.
No Fx tra Charge for Patterns on
Hand of which I havo quite
an Fx tensive Varietv.
; "l'JU"L Pjor Mtiau.
j March 10 I Tr.
B- T"i I j; f. . 4 i 1. . . I. L ' . . . 1 , r .
Tu tlif fitizens efWilsea aad
yf1 tlit liinlcrsigiiid, n- Ibuve lo call
vour atttntiun to
I TV.. T U J T T . r T - i c n a.
i A11C uviu xr"u xvutu rami cc iemenx
Would qhid to correspond with vou n
tlie xuljjoc; of vour own intret, V will
warrant .1 til.t liuof in everv iiitti ' and
will s?nd von iht lest of Tchtimonials on
aii!icution, Resjictful I v,
M:ochlC-3n ( ioldloi o,N.
To tfm Justices of Lh Ptacu of Wilson
Yu nre hereby notified to meet in the
tlie Court House in the town of Wil
son on tlie fourth Monday in May
iss-j, to determine w hether the. In
ferior Court of Wilson County shall bo
I'y order of the Hoard.
Chairman of the Hoard of Justices of
the Peaco of Wilson County.
Having been appointed Receiver of
the late linn of Farmer A Wainwright,
nil persons indebted to them are here
by notified to conn forward and make
payment, and those holding claim
against the same will present then '
properly authenticated for adjust-
; nit at.
J. A. TYNES.
Nov. 11th, 1881. tf.
UY ylKTFK OF A DKCKKKOFTIIE
Snj? ior Court of Nnsli C'otintr approved Lv
(lie lion. John A. ( iihncr ir motion I'cttie
Whitley, it fant bv her Guaulian li 11. l'.imn.
Tlie un ler-igiK'd will jit-ll before llio Court
House door in the to.rn of Nashville, on
Monday, April 3rd. 1SSJ. One tract of laud
in Nasi. County, Nordi Carolina adjoining
the land of Htniy A. Whitkvaiid other
containing on hundrud a!id fourteen (114)
acrei, niorfe or lex. Subject to die Dower of
Mr. Jolly li. Whid.-v. whicli hut L-en it,
sit;ned by mills nnd bound. TerfM: ()t
Third cash l'.alanoe at cibt month with
interest from dav of a.de at S per cent
Tide retained lid purchase money is aid.
It. II. IlF.N N, (luardian and CouuuUiioner.
Mch 2 4t.
BY VIRTUE )F A DECREE OF
the Superior Court of Wilson County,
made on the 17th day of February
lsi;, and duly approved by the Hon.
John A. Gilmer, Judge, in a certain
petition pending in said Court, filed
by MARY K. CHEWS, in her own
behalf and RFSSIEC. JOHNSON, an
infant, offering by her guardian, the
said MARY K. CHEWS, I shall ell
at the Court House door in Wilson,
Monday the 3rd day of April that
portion of the lot in the town of Wil
son on Tarboro Street, adjoining N.
A. Morriss, John I). Wells, Wilie
Daniel and others, beginning at N. A.
Morriss' corner on Tarboro Street and
running with said street IS feet, then
at right angle w ith said street 14' feet
1 to . Daniel's line, then with said
line about feet, 4heu to JoJin D.
Wells corner, then with John I).
Wells' line JiTJ feet to N. A. Morriss'
line, thence w ith Morriss' line 10 feet,
cornering thence with said Jorris'
line 44 feet to the beginning, exclusive
said lot lying immediately back of
the store owned by .Move Jk Nadal,!
being 1 feet w ide by about 100 feet1
Iec'p. For more particul ir description j
see the I'dot on file in the olTice of the'
Clerk of the Superior Court. Term-: ;
SiB'iCO fa.-.h; balance on credit of nine
months interest from date at fi peri
cent. Titlo retained until purchae
r . 1 . 1 r 1 ,1 1 1 . r
IF G. CONNOR, Commissioner.
M A N' V V A C T C P. E K S
Carriaos of All Kinds
j Rubies, Plrceton?, Six-eat Carriages, j
: Japrer.Waons Top and no Top, Ac. ;
! Send for circulur 1
When Thev fan do as well For You.
I Hugh F. Murray i
! Rtrrcsetp ll e large-.t, rlieafK-ft, safet and
! oll--l Iie".r Fife Iiiiir:in-e omp-itiv
! doin b'ii()fs ir. Wilson, 'iive hirn your
! bii-.iii- an-1 hi- will pftid Jii money lier
jr.. L. IlfNTKIM). ! S.
enfu:ll, n. c.
i MAN8I0 HOUSE- !
I M.N JAMF.tf, Pruprit-trfuf.
I KNFAHCiFD, Pmo.lIed, Ufl:r-
j nlsiied, t entrally Focatwd, Uoo.I Ac
) eomiiiodation, hates Ket.-onable.L'-'tf ,
OWFLL A r.nniNSON,
FASHION A KI.U K A niltLKS.
I A l.ilOr.i.) " I ., WU.SOK. X.C.
Having openeil u fir-t-clAss Karbr
shop iolieit.? the patroiiKce of those
who vi.sligowI work clone. HHti-fao-
j tiou Guaranteetl. JJulyl5-ly
In consequence of the dentil of Geo.
IF Gritlin it heconies nectfsarv to set
tle the business of the firm of ('.iritMn X
-Murray. All person indebted tot-ai.!;01 1'"lll"r"u. N ma , Ae. Myei
tlrm will pla-e call at their nlacu ot
business and settle ut once.
Surviving partner of GriGiu Mur-;
8 W Sfhlncr.
No. i'l Roanoke Squurw,
Orders promptly attended to and
MchlU-3 Satisfautiou (Juaranteed.
state of noim'h aluh.ina,
Before the Superior Court Chrk.
David Hone and linali lluiitt, his
vrifu. Wtiktt I'. Pol and, I.au-a
M. l'olaud, Tinah II Poland.
Jwbn 11. rland, li. Poland,
Willimu Poland, NioLuUou I'q
land, Jofiliua 1. Lwi rJ V
Lwi, l'laiutiffi. Nwlit
Jol 11 Fi!ier and Mary V. P'iilier,
bin wife. Samie-1 Kutliran and
Eliza Jane Uulliran. hii wife.
In tbb special jroceedinj" initiluted wn the
JUth ( February 1SS2 to fdl for partition
coparcerners certain rel cslaie, lying in ilTm
county, whereof Henry Poland died, vized.
possessed, the complaint han been dulc lil,.i
in the jl!ice of the Snperior Court durk of tbi
county, and the defender)! bove-nu"i(.d are
hereby notified to appear and an-wer or de
mur to naid coinjilaint, on or hrfoie ihe WA
of May 1SS2; otherwi-f the relief prayd fui
in the '.mplaint will be granted.
Nashville, N. C. Ma-ch Clh, I2.
I5F.NJ. 11 SOUsHY.
Mch Clerk Superior Couit.
It. W. JOY N E
VgrlleA perunftneutly locatad Iu
Wilson, N. C. All opoeratiomt will
De neatly and carefully performed and
on terms as reasonable us possible -Teeth
extracted without pain. Otlico
Tarboro street next door to Poat olllct
Jan 3 12m.
Having leased all Of the;
I Second r loor, per dav, 'f 1
machinery belonging to tl Utoj,,,;,,!:-,':"'" rrav' " """"
! RROWNI.FY SIS'I i:iiS, Pro'.'
T. A. Wainwnglit, wo are uow ! Febii-'s-iy
prepared to build new, and ro-!
pair all kiuds of !
- , - . . . - 4
Jl A I II 1 Vj it i.
"Yo keep COlifctailtl V OR Land,
j pipe and fitting Also Tiilre3
1 of all kinds. Cotton inn fitted j
! up in first-cla? 5 onler. Special !
'attention giren to fitting upi
.Mill work. Mstimates fui-i
! nished on all kind- of work. Or-;
'ders solicited, and proinptlv
Morray & Benton
WILSON. N. C.
Mr. 1 If.
On Ti:cfdav dir 1 Sili 1it .f April next rt
the bte rcs-id-nc cf tiKKM AN F.ATM A ,
dfreae 1. I will ti iht lii'it bM ler t
personal pn-ptrl bvloninj; to lh defei-J.
cf)nsi'.i in of ore rrnile i.d Lipgr, h'.f-, !.
cow, two oicn, 1't nheej. hoinriidM anl
kilchoti furniture, rorn. bac.n, Ac . tc
Tt-rni: C:ili tf'r- the r ii.t to the pr.
er!T i1 rr-ice-eL Tlsi l'jih ciav of M;nr;i,
TIloS. JLFF F. 'l MAN, A Jnrlrii-rrfor.
; Til F, C N I K ItSK 1 ' FD, Iiay j f
icd a co-partner-!dp forth prajtict
j XJicJicino in th towu of Vilvn :
i a ijoir.iiieoi;nlry. Fweturnirg thu
lo tlioir p:Uror.i for their li!oraf ,
j rouaifp, t!Ky so licit n continiia.no.
jtham. Ortlcf on Nash Strcot
j'.itetlie Court Uv Utciy .c-.r
ty Js. s. Woodav I. Fq., 1
J or both may lu'iitway- f .t;n l w .
IHl prole--ion. -illy e:!';:. I.
C. C. )T'K. M.J)
W. S. ANDF.P.SON, M.
Kw-DIitiller, HeIli;T a
i.iqnor I oider
'L Syexuior Htr:et.
Kfeps const u.ily on han I a full
0,1 r"'(' SofTII" W
unsurpaed. Ordcr-i solicited
satisfn t i.ai k'uury Lteed.
Fh lU-Jm M VF
TALBOTT & Sn'3
Muniif.if'.i:i'iTi,,f ',.i,i!,!.. at 1 1 'J S;ntlii.
Ki.irines nil I'oiiiT-, .v.-iw Mills. (Vrr. t
Wlieat MilN.SIi-ifiinjj. Umnjcr, Mm pu
Tiirhlnn Water w le.-t.-N, I l-ie cv l'ac..
Mac!iin-ry. Wionht Iro.t Work. Hiaii.
1 H CttVlillH, llaclliliery of vci Y deaf )
A M'ECI A l.'i T.
Kvpairinic Promptly uud Careful I L
Talbott's Patent Enark Arrrt
I In Jir-iit(ii ril: 4lj;.
It ilo's not -b-Mr-'V ll:'' !'iif..
It iloer- not inteifcm wi'h iuiii:i,
It will li ot choke up and ,
It Itijllire;; no fl'ii-t t i!:wnpitf lo l)C ,
ed when lai.-ig st::irii Id inii.eih ,, h,
ject ioiiablr, a Iliyy may b left o. '.
allow the -:Tk lo -.-.ip.-.j
ll K (.,iiii e- no m,:it i. e v I ingoili s. .
v' h; b. by o;:(!eii; ; ion, d.t i l he i..
Itefi. !. whon wnter i. t:od, if nele' .
lliK ' l!iciehc ia de! roved hy kpol'tt.
oT the water, and the bo.k-r i kej.t .
ll Ji kiito!u an I J ui ablo a :nl ouii to 1 .
It inoi ke aKa.-lied to any b-i!er.
N y in tiler kin-aid bo with. i;rt o..
llieui. lokjiaiice oin pani'- will i .
K'ma and Lai i.a !i the 1 klli jtt I:i
and Spark Air l-jr are n- d a: mhi i
a chari-d lor water or b-.re pw-r-r.
iM'l for iliii.sii a.ed c.rciil.-ira .-.
pi iv likt.
Uiuucli IJoiia: d'olJi-lioio, T. C. J.
MkUki-r. (General ilanugei. T. A. Cioln
Local "klauakii-i . uclt-ltr
U. IF JrL5Jn, Jr. Ant for Wl
aoo, Nanh. und Franklin ooubUm, 1
Empire Plaster Mill;
WJFMINCTON', X. 0.
We nrw oreiiared to deliver thy
' pf:t Knui ntif. rcr:w no.n inn pi itr
i)w p.A'rr.s Koe. i.a no k loti.
J. K. RFOSSOM A F-VANM,
FeblzSio v j f .ni 1 n . i'ov, s. c.
M FR1CA N IIOFSF--
ruI;T?MOl 111, T
M( ST Convenient to all Railroad.'
!ots urn! Steamboat Frtndii.-L'i.
Ratks: Fir-t Floor, per tlay, J
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