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; CM. l. 'I. Tuttle. 1'iistor.
i in in it. Services every Sunday
I nurht. 1'ravor nu'.'tmtr wry
it. sun, lay Sch.wil every Sunday
, Vi'i . li' ti l. I'antor.
Chi hcpi. Services every Sun-
!! niK'tit. Sunday School every
, . I' M. liobert E. Wriifht, Keetor.
i , .it-j cnf. tr onrVi rf mir
. i! crs a statement of theii
i t. They know what they
he Ai'VANCE. We now ap-
ai . - i , v.
Uit'm iu j.a.y men euu
, ,ii ri t hmi r fiirt hor rJol air
' t- money that we Lave
, 1 to pay during the
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iii'uiius itiiu wo ma.ur)
premises relying upon
. . lT I 1 4.1. . J3 .41
in. it in lueyuut(ii) so .
.mount each one owes is
nil to him but to us it
in the thousands. We
.i. rlioil faithfully for the
y vine us and we need it
-i havk it. and that at
i 1 i est possible moment.
:!,-;:ien : help us to keep
Miuses by keeping yours
Wilsoa Eoes Herself Proud
LIoTirnin Cur Dead Chieftain-
1 - lo.iils of neg:o emigrants
t tki-rs p snel through
iiil:iv. They aie goiug to
.w. Ahont, three hundred
u.r nisi Wilsou on Satnr
viik we mentioned some
1 pis'. Thin week our
: f Police, O. G. Jones,
ii. to the front with a rig
mi Miths old that tips the
i I .'" pounds. This does
i i.ke hard times.
. tiist page of this week's
v, will be found au a-tiele
, pen ot Col. Harry Skinner,
'If, '. C. lie is a leid.
-..I in our sister couDty of
finds time to devote eon-x-rious
thought to the
i-Ki.lirion of afl'iirs among
n' classes. Read what lie
; ;ti:nk over it. Next we-k
, 'tolubly discuss his propo-
:mnr has endtd and the
has come, so down with
'. MaxtoD Union,
V-iifVile Baptist states that
is unit the Baptists and
" o Methodist ; and it
. i nnH.it:.
i i- - iur riitiiic .uuii-
o has been for pome time
ciiptee in this and other
v tiH-n we nold to be un-
Vick made au assigri
Moiiday ' to J. A,
abilities ab.mt .600, as
k -f goods HSOO, ac
itcs. &c. over $2,000. The
: .vmpAthises with Mr.
.' times were hard and his
ni'ed and failure was in
ulotte Chronicle says:
-f Leitcb, of South Caro
v conducting a series of
in Rutberfordton. He
- ui.ik in that place only
!nt sreat slickest hI
I 't r.ili-d his efforts, and
Tniised gieat enthusiasm
no hare heard him.
!. i' Williams is visiting
! n Moore' ock, of Wel-
i!ir her sisier, Mrs. V
1 ). Odom, of Iiocky Mount,
' "ti Mon lay. We were
I i'l.t-s Martin and children,
t.is visiting her father,
S-erritt and wife, of
. :i r- visn inrr :i r
- mother, Mrs. C. Barnes.
if pleased to receive a cal
A. Hcauie, Esq., one of
lights in f be editoi ial
of t lie State. He is
i s sister, Mrs. P. .J.
T iylor, of Whitakers,
t'-w hours in town Satur
i' Noneof the most pros
! tas.iut and progressive
"i -Old Nush," and it is
a pleasure to grasp his
l.-f It HI EI).
li.utsday morning at 12
M-s Ma Kiu-r. the be
- :i l charniiug daughter of
King, was uuited in the
' ol matiiinoii.Y t-1 Ur, B.
i.. a it-liable druggist and
;- 'i'l-' cit tjt? n of Bentiets
'' Carolina. liev. l. 1.
' i'le.-bytertan church,
Kid. I. i;. Ilines, pro
' solemn words that
- two man and wife for
I ae. On Wednesday
the ceremony a choice
of invited friends met at
!' ii' t of Dr. King and were
"tie of the nicest and
-'"it suppers ever spread
"'' On Thursday the
!ol fiieuds who witnessed
' "inoriv sat down to a
: 'p'iious dinner. The happy
:"arde! the Southbound
the gloom's home in
'"Inia, followed by the sin
; 'vislies of all who kuow
" I if which the ADVANCK
lsf '' huisiiay morning Mr. J.
inarrieii to Mis Sue
" P. Pell officiating.
li wishes them mneli
Mount on Thursday,
'h, of bram lever. M
Throughout the entile South
yesterday, in cities and towns,
in harnlet and villages, our
people gathered together to
show forth, in appropriate
memorial exorcises, their love
tor, and appreciation of, the
"Grand Old Man of the South,"
ex-President JeJferson Davis.
At twelve o'clock in the city
of New Orleans, with fitting
rites, all that was mortal was
laid away to await the reveille
on resurrection's mom, when
he will step forward to answer
the fiual roll call.
In accordance with Governor
Fowle's proclamation and the
desire of the hearts of the peo
ple of Wilson, they met in
Mamona Hall at 12 o'clock the
sad exercises begau.
The "Wilson Light Infantry
formed at their armory at
eleven o'clock an i half an hour
later marched out and down to
the Court Hoih) where they
were joined by the old Veter
ans, in rank about seventy-five
strong, and proceeded up Nash
and clown larboro streets to
Mamona Hall. When, prompt
ly at 12 o'clock, Mayor Geo. I).
Green called the meeting to
order and in a few appropriate
remark stated the object of
thus assembling, the Hall was
packed to its utmost capacity.
lioving hands had tastily
draped the Hall in mourning,
and on the stage were seated
the Veterans, the clergy, the
Mayor, Hon. (1. G. Connor, and
other prominent citizens.
Mr. Green thrn asked those
present to join Rev. M. T. Moye,
Chaplain of tho Confederate
Veterans of Wilson county, in
prayer. Mr. Moye offered up a
fervent petition, closing with
the desire that all differences
te ounen in uie .ravetnat we
might truly be a united peo
ple. Mr. A. W. Rowland was
named to preside over the
meeting. Mi. Claude Wilson
was asked to serve as Secretary.
Ou motion i( Mr. C. C.
Dauiels a committee of five
was appointed to draft suitable
resolutions expressive of the
sincere grief of the people of
Wilson at the death of Mr.
Davis. The Chair appointed
Messrs. C. C. Daniels, II. F.
Murray, T. J. Hadley, Col. J. ft.
Stickuey aad Capt. J. II. Raker
as the committee. They retir
ed aud pending their action,
the Chairman announced that
it was thought fit and proper
that the religious part of the
exercises now be commenced,
and Kev. D. II. Tuttle opened
this part of the service by ask
ing the choir and audience to
sing that grand old hymn,
"Come ye Disconsolate." The
singing led by Miss Lillie Gay,
was grand and as the glorious
notes poured forth, almost
every voice joined tremblingly
in. Rev. M. II. Read read
passages from 2nd Book of
Samuel, 2nd Kings, 1st and 2nd
Corinthians, and the audience
sang, "Servant of God Well
The Chair then announced
that Mr. W. II. P.louut, editor
of the Mirror, would introJucH
Wilson's honored son, Hon.. II.
G, Connor. Supreme Court
Judge. In beautiful words ;md
choice rhetoric, Mr. I!lount
paid a blowing tribute to the
character of Mr. Davis and
presented to the audience
The audience expected some
thing good of Judge Connor and
they were not disappointed.
He rose to the height of the oc
casion and was warmly ap
plauded. The Advam k hopes
to lay the speech in full before
its readers next week, there
fore we refrain from further
The committee on resolutions
submitted the following :
WiiKKKAS, God, in His un
questionable providence, has
seen fit to take to himself the
dauntless and inflexible leader
around whom clustered fir.-t.
the hopes, and then, the mem
ories of the "Dost Cause," Jkf
ferson Davis, and
Whkkeas we deem it meet
and fitting, at this day anil
Lour, to unite with tens of
thousands of Southern hearts
in attesting our love and ad
miration of the great departed,
be it therefore Resolved
1st. That we thank the
Great Ruler of the destinies of
Nations that He has so long
suared to us one so fitted to be
and the meetiDg adjourned.
Rev. D. II. Tuttle pronounced
All places of business were
closed and the meeting was a
hearty, spontaneous assembling
togetner ot which Wilson may
well be proud.
METHODIST IN C0PE2ENCE-
Keports Show a Gain cf 10-730 Hea
fcsrs During the Year and the
C:llecti:ns Increase $30,000-12,
Winch 13 a per Capita Gain cf
that leads a people to
ends and true glory.
2nd. That we venture to re
joice even in his past sulFariugs,
for they have enabled him to
exhibit to an applauding
world the embodiment of
Southern manhood in its grand
3rd. That we rejoice in his
quiet, but loyal acceptance of
the results of the war, his dig
nified persistence in refushing
to attempt a renewal of political
life whereby the South would
have been insulted in his
person, and stabbed through
-1th. That while discarding all
thoughts of a practical reasser
tion oi the political doctrines
which he hell as oracles, and
which we submitted to the
sword's arbitrament, we shall
ever respect his earnest and
deep convictions, and until the
future dare forget the past, the
name and fame of this great
exponent shall stand dear and
indestructible as the soil of our
On the adoption of the reso
lutions, Mr. II. V. Murray made
an appropriate impromptu
speech, filled with apt classical
allusion. His tribute was
speccally fine and worthy of the
man. The resolutions were
adopted by a unanimous vote
From the State Chronicle of
last week we make the following
extract relative to the mating:
Green nboro, N. C, December 3,
1880 The fifty-third session of
the N. C. Conference of the M. E.
Church South, was called to ouler
at nine o'clock Wednesdiv morn
ing of last week. The roll-call re
vealed the fact thht four ministers
Revs. V. M. Robey D. I). James
W. Randall, J.J. Grigg, and T. S.
Campbell had died during the
year. Bishop K. K. Uargrave
opened Conference with religious
exercises. The Bishop is a hand
some man with hair and bekrd of
snowy whiteness. He looks like a
Bishop, or a man of note. Me
presides weii, and is a man of af
fairs, with excellent administrative
ahil.ty and solid piety, lie is a
native of Alabama and was born in
182'.), and Is just three fcore years
State Treasurer D. W. Biin was
unanimously reelected Secretary,
anii .ur. v . n, uranson, aim Kevs.
W. L, Cunninggim, N M. Jurnev.
W. W. Rose, and 11. B. John, As
sistan' Secretaries. The body was
thus well otliceied.
After the work of organizing and
the appointment of the standing
committees, Rev. David Morton.
I). I)., Secretary of the Board ot
Church Extension, spoke, on the
importance of the work of build
iug churches in the YVesr, and
helping weak communities to
build .Methodist churches. This is
a comparitively new tit-1 I of woik
in the Methodist church.
liev. Wiiber F. Tililett, 1) I).,
Dean ot the Theological faculty of
Vanderbilt University, addiessrd
the Conference ou the Mibject of
Ministerial Education. He is a
native of Noith Carolina and is
one of flu biainest of the younger
men who claim North Carolina as
their birth-place. He is a profound
scholar, aud a .strong preacher.
Aseusible lady who was pies
ent the whole time of Couferemv
told me that during the entiie
session nothing was more interest
ing than the address of bishop
Holsey, colored, upon the necessity
ofthenejro. He was present to
ask a small contribution to aid in
the erection of the new building
Paine Institute. This is a college
established by white Methodist to
educate the negroes. A collection
of ?50 waiK taken up for this
Ou Thanksgiving Day the ser.
mon was preached by Rev. J. I).
Barber of Nashville, Teiin. Every
body prououueed it a grand .i.--course
upou the subject of Giving.
Dr. Barbee was, by re.solutiou,
requested to publish it for general
The collection for the Or; 'ian
Ahlum amounted to i0t'i.r,2.
The report from Greensboro
Female College, made by Rev. T.
M. Jones, D. D., showed that oi l
and excellent intitutiou to be in a
nourishing condition. It is doing
satisfactory woikaud has a large
I am Indebted to Assistant Sec
retary W. H . Branson lor the fol
lowing exhibit of the amount of
money raised in the -V ( .
ence dining the p:i.-t jear:
( 'on ft iviu'i' i iai mams
Kin-ci-n M i--iions
I . tin -t i - Missions
liiTicral Cimfcrvlir Kxpi n-M-s
H:vi3 Your Eyes.
Dr. 1). S. Harmon, a- Scientific
Optician, who graduated i'i Sr.
Peiei.sl.urg, V.. .!-;, i. in 1870, h;:s
opc::t d an ofiis c i'i Biigg.-. iio-ei,
room No. (5. KxawtKitb.i ; i .-; s
"KlNSToN, X. C,
"TO ALL WHOM IT
"I have know:- I
during hi.x t,iv :
of the !!).!!! C i es
which have (v.i.j
servafion. I hr.ve
for weak eyc-s it!i
? A Y
!). S. ii ;::;;ot:
:i.- !:.- I'menf
lie t r
PiV.-iUt-nt Kington Colli-ge
Trl 3 !?In
i t i; n;ore ddicicus. v. 1
ing linn a veil. marc d.
fruit of ti:.
u--e of the ival I'aliliif 1
always rtn.lcr'eil li:;li!, f!:,
it thr,-j I
si.-r i,f ai
iciiilly to our
Uainiiif; hot with puf
Oi,c -: r: .-f !l ;:r :ii :
j- --n r: l;v:.l i .,:.!,-;- 1 ,
- a : r-ri i:, a t it, ,- ,,; !
:-. i'"-i t'.-n a.! i . n.-
: r -In t.aitur i ; a t.ivt i,
C'Osi.lfn.'i- -f f -it lUr.-i
-viiein iiv w.vi'ra"' of
or (:: t:,,;-
Lo west Price
I I ' I IK
ill i.uy a
I i Olii !!!C
1-, I K!
ii Vo'.U- tiro-
- I i) -r
t i;Irg f 1 . - r
i-i r lot; :-! in a
H t'i 1 : Oi:'.
1 1 S. .v ( ,, I .
Propose to Sell at Ten per Cent.
Fine ISutton M
Moils Solid Leather Itools 1 75, medium l SO,
Winter Dress Flannels Below Cost.
loii1! lnil to Viit TJf3
QUR TWO LAI1GK STOllFS Alii: AT ALL TIMES FILIr
ed with the most clesiraldo goods the market affords.
We keep no shoddy goods and our prices are in every Instance
the very LOWEST that cau be named on the same goofo, 7a
matter where they are bought. We have just received the fourth
shipment for this season of thoss beautiful
ElllUlED DRESS ill.
tU fSZrm ??5?5?a aT3 E 3
S f rr-" a 13 r -r; ! if"
ii vt muni
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W. II. vN: i:. S. TUCKER & CO
. I : N la II A L FX 1 1 1 C ITION
MPORTATiQSS AND PURCHASES.
I i v far th
i ivi: i.i rr
. . r ! iiin
HaiSfl Knr All !tj
TI:!.-. slio.vs a decided increase
over previous jears. In ls8-s the
aniDtint collected for all purpo-e-;
was ,?J.")l,7r.ii.l'J, a per capita pay
ment of 5 J 82. Thi- year tlie anioun'
as 5Ji veil in the atvve tiihl , shows
a payment of 7i',; 'Ji, an in
ctease of 30,O()i.l2, or a p"rc .ipita
payment of .'J Oti, a per capiM in
crease of twenty lour cnt. In
most parts of the Sta'e this ha
been a hard year, and it is hotli
hUprisiiiK aad gratifying to tioie
this substantial increase.
Mr. IJransoii also gives me the
statement that from all the church
es in the (Joufeience there lias been
a gaiu of 10,7:5'l members in the
past ear. This is a very I iilm
gain and shows how faithful ami
zealous the ministers htve heei;
during the p;ist year.
The General Conference w is n;t -moriali.ed
to grant all the territo; -,
in this State to the . C. Confer
ence, aud then to set oil' the Wes
tern N. C. Conference. If all Ciin
not be transferred, then the F ist or
the West are asked for. The Gen
eral Conference will tlx the dividing
The following are the appoint
ments to places oi interest to Ai)
VANTE readers :
WAKIIKNTON lUSTRK'T J. A. Cu'l
ninggim, 'residing lilder.
Warrienton circuit J. N. Co!e,
ii. O. Hurton, Sui).
Warreu ciictut F. 15
T. 15. Keeks, Sup.
llidgeway circuit J.
Littleton circuit L. J. Holder,
Weldon circuit 1. 15. Carpenter.
Halifax circuit - '.. T. Ila-rison.
IJattleboro and Whitakers G. T.
Rocky Mount and Toisnot J. O.
Nashville circuit X. It. l'ichaid .
Wilson station D. II. Tattle.
Wilsou circuit A. 1). Fetts.
Kenley circuit- W. F. Galloway,
ljittletou Female College J, M.
tUs ;J is
I hi: i n
; v, 'i! .ir;K A r MV II .
iv. D'ltlitT i'ii'tM N K'V Vi
I II A VI
i , : :-: id;
' ! te
WASHINGTON D1.ST1MCT G.
Oglesby, Presiding Elder,
Washington station W.
Ware, W. II. Call, Sup.
Tarboro Station F. M. Sham
burger Temperance Hall and McKen
dree circuit -To be supplied by S.
Fethcl circuit D. It. I5uton
one to be supplied.
Wiliiaoistou circuit -J. G. Nel
son. Greenville station It. 15. John.
Jamesville circuit r. II. Guy
Greenville circuit E. C. (ilenu.
ranceboro circuit It. F. Ta;, lor.
trim it for
New York ,c
mi e :
i e .i
:i you drf-
the Lit-si St:
1 i A 1 . a
in Neckwear, im
Ties, Fichus, Lace Z'ollars, etc.
I also have a Pretty Line of In
fant's L"iitr and Shoi t Cashmere
Coats, both Plain and Embroid
ered. IN WOOLEN' Goods you will
find s nPftiiiiHr for Ladies, Mis
se: and CJnldren in Hoods, To
boL.ru'ans, Fascinators, nrnues,
Skirts, Knitted Vests, etc.
! ; r.u i t atv .iisp'iiyod the latest
:n, i- i:, , i-it i s. l-nim the thous-
- i' ir, li;s( i s will lie suretotlnd
Mini ti their tasti-s ami means.
: r.tt-t- i l-.-t,wcil in the selection
:i r i ..r 1
i ;n t :..ris i
I -rinirs to our counters
i tutu Satan 1ihalan-o. Hny
: - cir:ii'is a:i,l Ulnck and White
i:i im v anl elwant le-!'.-!
iii- .. a :i' so-'in j ai:il a full line
, , s.
I' OF COLO it ED SILKS.
v nt I'aiilr l"ranaiff for street, I
i - piloti wi-ar. iiioludinir every
:-:t"i,- -iia,H'. llaii-Isome Brocade
i'-w lt-iLrnfi and colrinifS. Per
ui I i'.-lit and dark effects, and a
oi 1'iai.l. Siripvs, &c. In newde-ni'ii;;-.
I-; Department displays the
lies Oat have appeared in Paris
-i nt tm.e. as well a- un eleRant
I aii 'he leadinir colors, in French
Imported Whip Cords, French
i -, s. I.n lies' Ilroade'.oth and Tai-
Sii-' ! These f ifhionaele lor
n here in greater vai-ety than
i'-iUe.l upon a-i amonr the staplo
y niiiKca veiy jaunty suit forear-
us seas,,n showinir an
Ities and aUraetivo
in IP jai Willi, ii-, Veivets. Moipiuttes,
ii Tapestries utR-ludimr Knirlish
Ameriean ina'.es.) I iiL'ri.ins.Sinyr
Vi-h'i-i i : ii -s. A rt squares, &. Weare
1 in funiNli linuses or single rooms at
ri,--i n i ,ei and ill prices t hat cannot
la, ii-. i ii
( . t :s in
depurtinonr dipinvs the
-; . a--, ,rt .nents. cnsistinif in part
, . l',,r-; res. liraperies, Laee eur-ilean-l
Tii rr. iiisiii curtains, I'lush-iu-s.
,ve., in iiil fuiinin the most
tee!, in l,e found ill the South.
& 11. S. TUCKER & CO
liiilcih, N. C.
sl'.VI) I'ol! SAMIM.KS:
i i-i, r Court,
e A. It. Ueans,
i . s. c.
Let i s.-oti, ie Miltti
isa It'itia. I era I lanleii.
cell us s.- itt. i.ii-i ' T.ari
mi, 1 Sidney Si-,,!i. infanti), tiy i
their i-'iiar 1 : :i ri . l'auiiim Vel-f
erutii, l';a,nl .!!s I
and Klislia I
s HI i
PESIDES THE Full
Gloves, ),s ndkorcliiel V
wiih'h I alwnys cirry,
somo now styles which
chilly stltractive. In f.ic. you
are, sure to find just what you
I GUARANTEE my !
low or lower tii;;:i tl
Cla:.:S of (ioous (Mil bo
I f:i)XSiDi:it it no ii.Hible to
show Goods. Thanking the
public for the p:itronauro receiv
ed in llio past, an ! sidicitiru' a
conti.T!: a nre of the s.i:ue, 1 am,
, e t c,
l lie ,1,-f, -miauls .lames It. Scott and Elisha
Take notice that Hie plaintiffs ahove
,lhae hied a petit am iii the office of the
: i ourt I'icrli ot Wilsno county pray
;e --si" oi a certain lot of land lying and
i.i-iic in the imvii of K'.iu-k Creek, Wtl
iip v. a-! joining the lands of Simon
ill. Jr.- O.K. I.atniau fud others eon-,.-
en -lil i h ai re, more or less, for divi
a Ip ii - at law of tiic late Itrit ain Scott.
Ii, -oiniiioi s is ret urnahlc to this otlice
ii -i iv ol I leceiubcr. l'-s'.i, when and
ar, r,-,;uired to appear and answer
,uii- to i in- pctiiion of pla.ntills, or their
-r will I. irianteil.
- N-,v, Is;;,, ls-a.
a. is. m:.s. c.s.o.
I!.:tIIN". Ait'v. for Vctiiioners.
A I fooai d
boro stieei, i i
int'oi ma tiou
V ill i.olo
, For ten:;-! ai.d
ipjiiv at once to
" C. C. DAN I LLS,
Ou the !-iii of Oeceinl er next at ihe late
ri ! leii.-ci.i' Mrs. Mary J- Anderson In the
town .,f Wilson. I sf.ull oiler for salt, to the
)i.. ,.e-t 1. ! i for cash the personal property
!!..:. t.. i'ie said Mary .). Anderson, in the
i- i: .1 W ilsnii. eon-is inir of a laive quantity
i.f hon-ehoid and kitchen furniture, horses.
Iiiil". a s. a-joiis. cai ts and other articles not
necessary to im-tithm. On the l'.'th of Deeem
oor the sale will lie continued at the Wblte
oak plantation, when and where will be of-
.-in- ;-i ,n-'
S' -, -i. Ill 'I ier
, I ua ri 1 1 i y o!
Nov. 1 1, 1
r.al property on said plantation,
of coin, ,!,;er, coltorr, cutton
.horses, cattle, hoes and a, la
1'. W. BAKNEs.
saute time and places, I. as Guar-
i.ain ot l lie children, will rent the real estate.
T-.-ruis of which " ill he made known on day.
F. W. UA KN'ES.
Itaviii- ,,i!alit!ed a Executor of the last
..ol an ', leiiament of Mrs. Mary .f. Anderson,
n, is li.-reliy t-iven to ail persons indebted
to i i,e , iate to make immediate payment, and
tho-c iie!,!in- ciioms to present the-ii duly
a- i'ii" te nt'-i on or before the l"ith day of No
Mtiiher. l--i. or this iioiice will be plead in
bar -.ii their neoverv.
ITtANK W. 1IARXES.
Nov 11, lss:i-iit. Executor,
I have a large quan
tity of Cotton
to their iterest
on me before buying
tin (I it
OUR STOCK OF
Is superb aud our prices away down below that asked elsewhee
We keep the very best makes of
jJDONT FORGET THAT OUR
Merchant Tailoring Department
OFFERS UNUSUAL ADVANTAGES.
. IN READY-MADE CLOTHING
We show three times the stock that can be seen anywhere else
in town. We can fit the stout and the slender aa well as the
regular shaped man. CHILDREN'S' CLOTHING
in profusion- Don't miss the place.
jfcS-FOOT OF TARBORO STREET,
The fall of 1830 funis the new linn of
offering the public a large and attractive
at such prices' as will astonish the native.-
C5 centa per
M-ns' Whole Stock Browns at OOcts. Li-lies' Shoes at
reus' at 33. White Domestics at 5 cts. per yd. Panta
pair. Hats 25ct8. Tobacco iocts. per pouud.
MR. C. B. RUFFIN has for sometime past been doing business
in Wilson and is well kuown to the people of this county.
MR. JNO. W. RILEY has been enraed in business in Black
Creek for the past several years and will be pleased to have his
friends call to see him.
Goods Delivered anywhere in town Free.
Dress Goods, Dry
coats, MENS' SUITS. HOYS' SUITS AND
Ladiks Jackets and 0 looks.
BOOTS AFJD SHOES FOR MEN
F1I IjADIES mil
gjgAll the above goods will be sold at Reduced Prices FOlt
CASH ONLY. Call early and secure Bargains.
(.MA.NAt.Eu) for M. II. Lang.