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"LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD S, AND TRUTH'S.
Josephs Daniels UiPtagtv
nli nualh al.Ai. 5
Let MM't idly dream and sing
J in- he.ity of the wimly spring.
And in green fields go Maing
l'.etter lv far is a winter !!ght,
When snows lio deep and hard and ,
And stars look down with twinkling ,
On Nan and me out sleighing.
The moonlight makes ji fairer day
The restless hours seem to say,
Oh, why are you delaying ?'
'i i.. . ., i ..;!. ). ;...,
Th. . leigh Im IU tingle clear and ;
1iit-,piiiiiii uir iiiiiiiiiii nmi '. '"K I
Lite ha.s never a joy to peat
Name's and mine out sleighing.
My love then nestles near my arm, i
Among the furs so sou ami warm;
And I, my heart obeying.
Hend down to ec her beaming eyes
Tend dow n to catch her loving sighs.
And Oil! the time too swiftly (lies
When Namie and I are sleighing.
For the m m, when friends are by,
Nannie is always ill and shy ;
She hears not what Fin saying :
Hut nestling in my sleigh, I kjiow
She answerr every whisper low ;
Ah melhow quickly love can grow.
When Nannie and 1 are sleighing.
I wooed her in the summer bright.
In festive, dance and moon light
And on the sea sands straying;
I'.ut oh ! for all I would not miss
The eager joy, the perfect bliss,
The whispered "Yes," the trembling
Wh- n Nannie and I are .sleighing.
nii.n:vi:it ri:w mvhi adv
IIT IIEI.EX WHITNEY CI.AKK.
'I won't say beware of the w indow
Fncle Simon," laughed Mr. Fever
few's nephew, as he parted from his
respected uncle at the railway st t
i ion. "lint will say beware of the I
l.tmlladies. 1 h e v r
i- i .. i i
t I II "!'! It I )
.i . . .1 : ,
and ou'll letch up on a
hook vet if
on don't look out."
'Hum, hum ! Never fear, Nephew
Mem vane, never tear!" retorted
ids uncle. "It's hard to catch an
v!d bird w it It chatf."
l!ut nevertheless he resolved to lie
en his guard.
"She's a:i excellent housekeeper," Diimtha droped her golden lashes,
muttered Mr. Feerlew, to himself, , am, ,Mr 0jieeks grew red as the vel
as he tinislM d his saucer of Mraw-1 V(.t y j,,. of an ijj.,,, pink.
berries, wiped his mouth on the She was about to replv to tho jias
lieshlv iiNned napkin m his lap, ami j sioI1 jt ,,,.stion when-
retired to his own room. "An excel-1
iciu Housekeeper, ne repeaieu ; -oui
tin-re's no danger in that quarter.
It is nice to have the house always in!
apiilepic order, the lloors iis white as
soap and elbow greaecati make' em;
but I ain't a going to be made a cat's
paw of, and marry my landlady,
housekeeper or no housekeeper ! She
ain't my stle. Miss Sparsely ain't,
uuNway. She's every whit as old
a I le thirty six if she's a day.
New if she was voung and pretty.
like that irirl on the train, with vel
a ety cheeks and a dimpled chin, I
milit le done for ; but as it is. I'm
sale euouiru. Hesuics, there s a
mitcr here. 1 never mm
aliout the house, and it stands to
l. 1 ..... .1 .... II 4 1. ..
reason ,ss rMm- i o, , , .... ,e ,
win K lierseil. ,i i.m m ii .-m r K"' i ii .i 1 t i . i
. . , . , ' all the tune, and I hail to di soine
Miiii ' nice or cousin that does , . . ...
the heft of the work when I ain't
around. Snubs her unmercifull. too.
Fill be bound. IFm! I mast hiok
"Not gone yet. Mr. Feverfew ?"
cried Mis Sparsely, in a mincing
Noi. c, as she made her appearance
with a long handled brush ami a
dust pan iu her hand. "Nevermind;
I'll come back again after a while
And she whisked away, returning
in a short time to find t
find the room ;
. . i 4 . . i t : ... I
"He's gone !'
Ill ii r I e r i o .miss i
Sparsely to heisell ; Mud won t be j
back no more till noon. Iteg'lar as
a works he is, ami Uoii t give no
trouble at all. Never gi limbics at
the apple sass, .vnd km eat griddle
l ..w- I 1 1..... 1....- 1....... ..IT .. .. '
tivc iniinites. That's something fbrj
;ui oil hachelor like him. Hut then ! I
t won't do to N. a fooling the morning;
...... i -1 .1 -
IWH iikc r I is.
we must make nay
him'.s. Where kin I;
It wanted two long hours till noon
Hie dew w :s sciircelv dried on tin
I n " me:idow i'imss. :iml the inorniiiLT
K'ories, shading Miss Sparselv's west
lHU-ch. had not yet closed their purple j
nps, when Mr. Feverfew, sauntered
nmetlyup neat gravel walk,. between
i"v of scarlet geraniums, yellow
inarrigohls and prime old maidish
touch me nots.
Me walked soltly through the fresh
Heouivd hall, opened the door of hts ..in.i'(Mi axvay ,1:,ilv j,v :,bscnt mindca , . pedinto a training school for teach ,
ow.Mooni. and started back in sur- nests An extra charge is made on OI1 a high sclnsd section. Hut
PMc ; tor thee caretully arranging. lisl to j loss surn'rintendent sint the -reater
wic;it splasher towel over the wash.' . the siiiK'niu nueiu sm in tin n.ini,
xtand, stood a vision a lovelv vision, ! ., portion of his time in actual sujht-
witl. vehetv red lips and a dimpled ' .'Vi'liV Iow . vision; under this arrangement, a
1 1 sa.ed a train, is tole marned to the , , , 4. ir .
chin the very girl w hose sparkling co iductor thereof. He will conduct very hojieful state ot affairs was al
es and gold brown braids had at-, her to the alter and hereafter have ready attained in scholarship; for
tr.icted Mr. Feverfew's attention the privilege of providing the train the c fruit hern and girls arc
on tlir tr.iin. as vt v!l a- i union-the n. '
Mr. Eeve.few was non pluscd.
i i rnni' imK lor my " hjwc-
taclcs lu was going to Kay but eh an-
?cd the word to handkerchief. 'I :
didn't know Miss Sparsely lml com-
panv,M he added, 'art full v. '
"Oh. I ain't (nmpanv!" explained
the girl. "I'm onlv Diantha-Miss '
Siiarseh's niece and 1 V- Wn clem-
"g up your room.
Mr. Feverfew glanced
room. The rag carjict looked bright
, sa new button, atter its caretul
sweeping ; the white coverlet on the
I t.Ill.l. n -4. j u,l!... ...... f ,....1
clean; the fresh Keonred window I
jnancs shone and shimmered as if.
! daring one to look at them ; and the
tall, hrass camllestlcks Had been
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M.u ln,uul.-jR.u.nn1 IK,,,,,,U ,
'J.' , if vmtp . L.14 utiv
) help T" Ventured Mr. Feverfew, '
with an admiring look at the little -
I 1 1 : 1 1 s ! 1
brown lingers which had accomplish- !
ed SO much. i
"Viilnulv lint iiirv" I litiiitlt-.i
"I Mantha !" called a shrill voice,
The girl darted awav, and Mr.
Feverfew sat down to colnpos
ZZ-Xkl T,,,,. .,., a,, u fairtv,- ,.r ,,,-ht t.v1;i,,, ,,
keeps that girl hid when I'm around. ! iU' number of country seats in the- their friends from abroad; the tow n
A rt fnl creatine ! lint I'll i'et uhe:id : S -uithern "Srates : iust recoverinir talk; the pride of all classes. Every
t her yet.
If it w as Mr. Feverfew's intention
to surprise Miss Sparsely and worry
her life out by poping in on her at
the most inopportune and unexpect
ed moments, he was emiuentlv suc
him when h
what with expecting
d:d not com, ".she
couiunt skeersiy tell whether her
,v,s,l itlw.,l 1
She never assereed now that Mr.
Feverfew was "as reg'lar wax-works."
Indeed she declared that "he was as
unieg ,ar as a imhi couiu ie, ami
! 1 1 t 1 1 1
iiiii! or cuiii iiiiscueu .ii ins iiiiiiii.
1 n t with all his nianoeuvers, Mr.
Feverlew never c a u g h t Diantha
cleaning his room again. Once or
twice slie whisked past him in the
hall, and disappeared like a will
t he-wisp, and once he met her in the
lane, carryiny a basket of red moun
tain raspberries that her own nimble
fill,rrv i i ,,:ri-.Mi
And still Mr.
j "1 Mantlia will you le my wile 7
I mine to love and cherish while life
I shall last t"
I Thev were staiidiiir towther. ankle
Li.w.T1 ii, h. t ill ..r.-lniirl-.r,. i,v- tiu.
, . 4. ... .... .v
. ...t...... )... Tlx. l.pi.rl.f .Min l.im
mcring through the leafy oaks, flecked
I the bronzed brown braids with their
! ruddv liirht.
..j)janth.i Mrs. Sparsely !" called
a shrill voice, "ir.eresrwo geniie-
men here wants ooaru. Jxin you
It was Miss Sparsely.
Piantha laughed. Mr. Feverfew
She called you Mrs. Sparsely," he
said. "What does she mean?''
"I am Mrs. Sparsely." she returned,
as they started toward the hose. "I
am your laml-laday."
"S'ou you the land lady!" stam
mered Mr. Feverfew, hopelessly puz
zled ; "but but you ain't, you know."
"lint I am. I am Mrs. Diantha
Ktiiirselv. !ind I lmve 1 1. n widow
''" ',,' ',ifortwo-ve:.;s. After n.v husband's
death. I did plain sewing for a living;
Mt jt hv:nW j.., fo
lllllli; M1 MMIM , 1-111 1 V 1111 uiot-i I I"
j trv hoarders, and. as I was rather
v. I r..f Mr
Sparsely 's aunt Miss Susan to
stav with me and overhnik things.
'I'"" ' "
Hut I do most of the work myself.
"What did I tell you, 1'ncle Simon!'
laughed young Mr. Merry vane, as he
shook hands cordially with his new
"Didn't I warn vou to lieware of
Hut Mr. Feverfew looked
... .. ..
I. 4.'S vio et eves witli a
satisla tion, and bon
without a word.
"He's a luck v dog nfte all," nuit -
tered the envious nephew to himself;
..;m,i jf landladies were all like Aunt
i. ... 4- m i- ...lf'1
There w as a dcsjierate atl'ray in
N,,w Yollv Sunday night in front
of No. XV t Eleventh avenue, in'tween
Morris (.ednev. of TiiiT Eleventh av-i
niiiifi ..ii.l .i fMwwt'iu- Tiwlirlll TMie
Indian trot the worst of it. He had
, li is two arms severed from his TmmIv
i.; !r.L-An liiu linl sitn-.wli
:nlti.- -t tlw Vrkville INlMCA
ronrt yesterday, was fined 10
Indian was a tobacconist's sig
'the property of Mrs.
At a New York restaurant f re
mi..nt...l hv Wall street men over
t,,ittv .'i.w iMM-ketel and!
C0LDSB0RO AND WILSON.
what Till: t.EADiNU
JOIKNALXAYS OF THE iUAIKI
. , , , - ,
'V'V W"' 1,M'-iI'tv fin,,v
elops its own sjiecial type of school :
e. Wr have long been on the
l,Mk "t for the. community, down
h should work out a type
f common school adapted to the j
1.il,.ninstan.es .,,. suthern people, !
t'!,lt 1,v, instructors, and
while combining the superiorities,,
of our liest American mjnl keeping
Khoid.l wifrk itself out into tin-
U-st adaptM for home use. In the
little eities of (loldslH.ro and Wilson,
N. we have lately seen two graded
schools which seem to us models of
uvati.m iitTn. instnwtioii fur towns
. . . , .... . . ,
of theirvize, and which, if coip ed
extensively, would work a vast !
midmost beneficent change in thej
'educational life of thousands of com.
.......;;.. . ,rl.....t
, IIIIIIIM It I IIKIIIIKMII ill," li 11,111 uuii
ln.!n1tli of our s;iiitti-l:iiwl.
from the wreck of w ar and looking
forward to a new and hopeful future,
(loftlslmro contains poubly. 4000,
and Wilson .'t.000, jn-oplc, of whom
two-thirds are white. Up to last
! year, the schooling of the three or
! four hundred white children in lwth
I j,iiU.,.H iutj Wen conducted in the
I irregular and expeusie wa in which
w e find it in the majority of these
tow ns ; perhaps a hundred 1rvs and
girls of the nuirior families gath-
ml iu two wlect w.hoj,lHt t,MJ costIv
for the many and tin) small for effec
tive teaching ; the remaining hun
dreds distributed in little squads
wherever any lsdy was moved to
open a refuge tor small children, or
a church would establish a little an
nex of a parochial school. A few
broad-minded and energetic ieople
saw their way through this muddle
to something 1 tetter, and after a long
contest, secured a charter empow
ering the city to levy a tax additional
to the limited State stipend to nip-; (Joldsboro schools; and every South
port a free system of education. I u join town that is moving in itseduca
fortuuately, the colored people were j tiomil work will do well to send a
persuaded to oppose the movement,
and still nun a in under the county
superintendence, which, for the tow n, l mii( Up a molcl system of the in
is generally a fnilure ; but, at last, ! Mtruetion of all its children in a free
the children of the w hite people were j jrraded school.
all gathered in one larg;- free school. - - - - --.-.-
In lsith places there was a vacant!
school building, well situated, which
wis secured and put iu repair for the
opening experiment. In both places
.. (.,cf,,r.....u.nnt..ii.l..Mtu:0 I ll:lced
!.. .'.....'. 1 n.4. ,.tt,MiJ,.
HI SUMM-III,- LM......
ment. with full power to train his!
no ii.? 1 (
surbordinate teachers, establish a ,
course of study, and organize the
new machine. Happily, in both ;
cases, the choice was a success; tlx
Goldsboro master being a yong Mr,
Moses, from Tenncsce, and the Wil
1 , . . rr 1:.
ison simerintendent a Mr. romhusou,
I ". '
ot Nolth " x'
P-'S 11,1,1 ,M,n- W,',,T ro wolK "u ,l
supll4,1.t.,1 at ovl.ry
step hy a
committee of the foremost men of;
the town: while the people with
singular unanimity, fell into line, re-
, . it ...1 1
soiveu to give ine new Kianeu ...h..
; a fair trial.
1 When we saw these schools they
, ! had lieen in tiperation some live
,' months. With no disMisition to
exagerate, we can lumestly say we
! never saw so much good work done
for a community in live months in
anv State of the I'nion. The chil
; x, ... A, 44 .. I
,ln u wrro nu'n ni irce, me .lueuu-
i"""' ceding that of the majority
iof cities and towns in New England;
or Xew York: ami the enthusiasm of
j V(MIIIJjst..M OVer their work was
-, . , .t. . t . . .
KO'.lli-Ill II ISMIUlIUI I" oeuom
working with great
! every week for instruction in metlnwls
hy tlH.ir su,rintendent, and doing
their level liest in the school-room.
, The ditbculties ol grading m a crowd
diverse material had lneit
overcome in a remarkable degree.
'and the instruction, in an graues.
: w;th the text lsxiks. w as of the liest
1 ti . , . .
trim T T ln llTilwr inrl of t M S-Il u ll
j was a cam of superior student
rndrr the six-cial tliiining ot tti
niastrr. wbhli in time will Ik devel
WILSOX, X. FRIDAY, APRIL 31, 1S82.
wonderfully bright, ami repay god
Hut the most remarkable achieve
meut wan at the poiut where South
ern school-keeping Iras lieen weak.
viz: the discipline. ly a most haji
py adaptation of monitorial ami semi-'
military organization every room i
wits handled with complete success; j
: t,M t.hii,,mu M r,.,.,.ss ;,ml dismissal
I kept in excellent order, and the prob-
j lem of discipline, the combination of
freedom for work and drill lor gov
eminent, most remarkably . solved
The had been but one case of corjMir
al punishment, and that of no signifi.
eance, in either school. Of course
the moving power was the enthusiasm
ofthechilren and the high public
spirit in tho school room; but the in
genuity of the superintendent in
utilizing the Southern love of mili-
' tarv organization clenched the nail I
j , , i
and gave an almost ideal order in j
the school room.
The most interesting sight of all
; was the community in its relations to
the new -graded school. It had be-
; uh " f,
comtthe D.ission of the olace: the
j day visitors from other parts of tin-
State were looking on with intense
interest, and a dozen towns in North
Carolina are preparing to try the ex
lcrimeiit. It is demonstrated that
for !?."i,00() a year, a Southern town
of2,00 people can support a firs
cl.iss graded school for lioth races,
provided all hands will take hold;
a few of the best people w ill serve as
j trustees, and anexiwrt master super-
iutcmhjrnt can be placed at the head,
with power. It is K'st this man
should 1e from the South, and there
are plenty of sujH'rior young men
and women who will answer the call
for this work. There are already
many excellent public schools in the
South, both for white and colored
children. lint no where have we
seen all the difficulties- of the situa
tion so happily overcome, as here. We
advise our .Northern friends, travel
ing South by the Kaiiroad Coast Line
to stop and look at the Wilson and
delegation of its best men and w omen
to bring home a report of the way to
WIT AND HUlVIUn.
The strength of an alligator's jaw
has lieen found tolie four times that
I of a llOlSt'. IleililS to llllVO
' ivse-rve p
lvserve power 111 case he gets hold 01
J .l..Pl.,lv lVr H Vl,!irw ,,1,1
;,.0rgia man traded an old buggv
for mt at.rfs 4f 1o,m1 so1H. ihilt'y
years ago. and the other day he took
a trip down to the locality and found
a village of 400
inhabitants on his
Were there no rogues, there would
1... .... I!...! II;....-.... . ll,w.
Ill" 110 111110 n 111 ,ui 11 , uivir
. , .,..' 4.
no muiesi. men uie ocmi s occii!.;!. ion
would to gonc.-(White hall Times
Teacher to a small Imiv : "What
proverb ksv alnuit those
in glass houses !" Small
lwiv: "Pull down the blinds!"
Meurafgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tha Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Son Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns end Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
S, iSfraraKnTi on artli cquah St. JorB On. aa
A intU entails but tho c.j-iTan4t:vcly triainr outlar t
of SO l'ai. and crrv ' n futTer.ac with paia ;
can hfiTe chonp tnd . proof vi iu claia-.a. j
Diraciinni In Eleven Lansriace.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IS i
A-VOGEIR fc CO., i
Baltimore, M4., V. M. Am
I L Mb & h
Carriages of All Kinds
nuggie. Phtons. Six-seat Carrlatrc.
Jagger. Wagons Top and no Top, Ac. ;
WhmTbey Tan do as well For Tea
1 1 ran F. Murray
Rtfi-Menu tie laretv-t, vlieapert, nafr.t tnd
ollrt Krg'iUr Life lumiraiire Coiupanj
Wim-M am! ! will mii hi monri Kr
('AliTK)NATK OF LIME
Best and Cheapont IVrtilirera
Building Lime, at $1.25 Per SarreL
Send for Circular.
ap.14-31 Kocky Point, S C.
Hi. O- O-rsLcl-y,
HALIFAX, N. C.
Watches, Clocks and fine Jewelry
repairing done nently and with 1 la
patch orders solicitetl. Apr7-Gm
Just received direct from de
posits a cargo of Genuine No 1
Peruvian Guano, which I offer
in North Carolina, having paid
Chas. K. Svrmt,
Wilmington, N. C.
Hy a man of over twenty years ox
periencft a position as manager -f
first class Cotton Factory, some
where in North Carolina. Highest
Address Manager. liox TiTX
Williamantie, Conn. Apr.Hthft
A good Buggy workman, of istudy
habits to work in the Coach Shop in
Marlboro, X. C. Applv to
F.JO Y.N EH A CO.,
Marlboro, Pitt county, N.C.
Superior Cologne !
is a fragrant and last-in? perfume for
the toilet ami handkerchief, l!oct.i a vial
cures Hyspopsia, Chilli- and Fever and
all disorders of the liver and stom
ach, 50 cents per bottle.
Never fails to cure Diarrhea, Cholera
Morbus Pains and Cramps in tho
stomach, Scents a vial.
ARNICA LINIMENT !
is the best for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Headache, Pains, Hruisos, Ac,
50 centi per bottle.
India Rubber Cement
The best in the world for nrendlng
broken Furniture, Toys, Wood
ware, Ac. Price i' cents a
vial. Manufactured onJy by
WM. E. FRENCH,
20'2 Hrcaiure Stret-t.
Atr.t for Iwrei.o A Martha TOLL'
ItOt'K n.l ItYK. and PDWKI.IS f'KE
i A K K I C11KMK.A1A f..r uiakinK ?r-
Mm,. K. KRKNCII. mllr
Christman; Plow .
Cl'AKANTKlil) TO HE THE
j 1 1EST I T 1 1 K M A UKK I .
HAS THE REST HE.'OMME
FOR SALE P. Y
THE PHI NCI PA I . MER
CHANTS OF M llSON, TOIS-
NUT AND BLACK CREEK.
M .H JAM E. PrnritrM .
KNLAIUJED. IlrinoiUld, Ufur
nished, Centrallr Iorated, ooI Ae -
commotions, itatet Raonable.t-2tf
POWVT T . vitro VC-.V
FASHION A HI. P. KAnnitlXS.
tarhoro ht.. w
Having opened a f
hop solicits the patronage of those
whow UhgiMd work done. Satiifae-1
uuu Muaranieou. j Juiyli-ly '
In consequence of the death of Geo.
H. Grlflin it become neceNtary to net
tle the business of the firm of Uriffln A
Murray. All person indebted to said
firm will p!ae call at their place ot
busine and swttle at once.
KurvJvhif partner of(Irifl.u A Mur
ray. lee. ttf.
S W Seldner.
W HULKS A LB
LI Q 0 UR DEALER,
No. 21 Koanoke Square,
Orders promptly attended to ao4
McblO-S tjatlsfactien (iuarautceJ.
J. E. OIIAUA.
xrtriELD, M. C.
PraadcM lath Csaliw it Halifax, EJft
iwatb nj Warfao aa ia ilia tupratata and
F antral Uurta af Xrk Carartaa, lie
W A Anderson
200 Water Street, Norfolk, Va.
Manufacturer of Kvery Description of
Castings, Iron and Brau,
At ihort Notice and Baltimore price.
No Extra Charge for Patterua on
Hand of which 1 have quite
an Kxteniive Variety.
W&'JIighett Cash JYi4 paid for Mtiult.
MaraL 10 I raar.
T Ike CUIuni ef Wlhei
Wa, tha uaUeraignad, hf laata ie aall
your altanlion ta
The Richmond Iron Roof Paint ft Cement
Would Wa (lad ta correaund wilU jou aa
tha aubjact of your ti inUreat, Wa will
warrant a tijlit Kowf iu wrr iutanc aad
will d1 you tKa Watt of Tamiauouiala aa
Maital-J Gvld. bar.".
To the Jmtieti of ths ace of TTof
Yeu are hereby notified 10 meet In the
the Court Houm Id the town f Wil
son on the fourth Monday in May
1HS2, to determine whether the In
ferlor Court of Wlliiotf County Khali be
Hy order of tho Hoard.
A. i. ROOKS,
Chairman of the Hoard of Justice of
the Peace of Wilou County.
Having been appointed Recelrer of
the late Arm of Farmer A Walnwright,
all persons indebted to them are here
by notified to come forvrard and mak
payment, and those holding claima
against the same will prevent them
properly authenticated for adjat
uieHt. J. A. TYNKti.
Nov. Uth, 1M1. if.
Haring leased all of th?
machinery belonging to tho-late
T. A. "NVainwnght, we ar now
rrAfinrAi4 lainl Tamrv o r i v-
pair nil kinds of
MA P. TT T "V V
iV J il JL XI Xi Ai JL a
t kcp constantly on hand
pipe and fittingr Also Yalrc. j
of all kindi. Cotton gim fitted
up iu lint-class order.
attention gircn to fitting up
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msheaon all kinds of work. Ur -
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tiers solicited, ana promptlr
Hfliw 4 BBnton,
WILSON. X. c.
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1 THE, UN DCMKIMED, have forr.-
ed a co-part ner hip forth prtle of
... .irrr . 'wi, ,n 11 imm mrna
ivljolnfnjr country. Hrtunilnff tbankt
Ua thir i,fnm. fc.r lU!r 1 1. ....
nnar, they nolicit a continuance of
the Mm. Office on N.ih Htrat nrw
sltethe Court rtoiist lately mvupitHl
by Ja. b. Wootlanl. q.t where one.
or ikhii may be alway found whon
i uwt prefwiMlouAlIy encaguil.
W. S. ANTltlLSON il. IX.
Re-Distiller, Refiner and Whl!
C& jriycitrnore tStroet,
Keeps constHiiMy on hand a full wtock
of Liquors, Wine, Ac. Mvor'a mall
.J Fyo "SCXNY SOCTII" 'Wtdvkejr
unaurptfaefi. Orderv aollelted meet
U. MY II US.
TALB0TT & S0E8
Maoiifactiirura of I'ortaM and aiUtUxuui
Burinva aud Rollrra. Ha w Lf Ills. On iud
(Wlitat Milla.Sbaftiug, Ilangera aud PoJlay
I tiruina v atar n await. Tubaocw raoi.rv
Ifacliiutrj, Wrought Iron H'ork, Uraaa uJl
Irau C'aaliaj(4, Maabluer of wr dvaorlp-
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Repairing rromatlf aud Caraully De
Talbett's Patent Spark Areatec
''Bi Iatv-itlitta rb An.
It 0wa not 'Iclroy I lie draft.
It dues uvt iuterferw with aAauliq tbe
It will not cliAa up aad ralraa m.
1 1 riMjulre no direct danijM-ra to h fa
ad when rnietug steam daainnt ttwlny ab
ject ionaUU', aa Ibey uiaj It lofl oan ai
allow the aparka lu eci.
It r(Hlre nu watr to axtinfiilnh tarka
vibicb, bj eondaiiKtUloo, lotroy Ilia draft.
IWaidoa, when water U uod, it DuglwOHl,
lh aitlcialicy la diatr(ijei by araraOo
of tba wair. aud Ilia builar ia kpt ia a
ll i itnple aad dumUa mui aau Ua raBl
tl ami ba atlaobHd to kdj lfler.
hi pianWrr aliuald ba wiibonl vua ai
ikain. Inaiirauea eouipaiii will la aura
fiua and bum wbara tba Tallxitl Ktiftivaa
and Spark ArreaUr aro nad a, aataa rm
aa obarvd tor water ar bora pawar.
HSreud tor UUiatratad circtil&n aavt
Uiuucb Uhum: Oold-baro, K. C. i. A.
llanaer, Uauaral ilaaaar. T. A. UtaJac
Empire Plaster Mi Us.
WILMINGTON, X. 0.
We ar prepared to deliver the
BEST NOVA SCOTIA FRESH GROUND PLASTEJU
LOW RAT RH KOH KOK IXT-
J. R. HLOSSOM A KVANI,
FeblZBI WILMINGTON, S. O.
1! Kit It,' AN IKJfSE
MOST .'on ven lent to all Railroal D
pjts und .Steaiiibout Iiiidluy.
Uati-s: First Fhwr, jr Uy, i,cti
Second Floor, erday, ?I,-Vi.
North Carolina Travel Is R.ipV
full v Solicited.
RROWNI.KY SISTERS, Prep'.
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