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1'IIYSK'IAN AMI Sl llf. ICON.
H.SuN, N. C.
IHOrtl.v second door from Advamv cii'n
'iailioro Mr. i l.
"aYI'Ui'K A DANli'l.S .V DANIKLS,
WILSON, N. V.
fVOili.-e in Advance ltuildinr
jjUS. W. s Al.lt F.KT ANOKlt-llN,
I S AM M IKiKONS
WILSON. N i:.
IVOfflvp at Anderson's Urntr Store. n
tiuor to tlie I'ost (itlii -C.
TVH. E. K. WltlllHT
si Ktir.oN ii:" 1st,
Having permanently located in Wilson, I
ffor my profos-donul services to the ptililie.
PTOlliiv ill CYntr.i! Hotel lluildiuir.
QEO. S. LLOYD M. I).,
EYE, EAR, KOSE AND THROAT.
rS-ltllioe, Hit VAN HOTEL,
TAUItOUO, N. '
JJU.It. W.JOY NEK,
WILSON. N. C.
I have bxumo permanently identified wilh
the peop' jof Wilson, h ivo practiced hero for
the past ion -yeara and wish to return thanks
to the treneroiis pe -iple I the community for
je liberal patronage they have (riven me.
fW I'sparo no money t. proeure instru
ments that will conduce to the comfort of my
patients. Kor a elimination of the liberal
ltnnao heretofore bestowoil on me 1 shall
feel det'oly tcraioful.
AYCOCK k DAMKl.S. 0. C. DANMK1.?,
Goldsboro, N. C. W ilson, X. C
JI A. i S. A. W'( )i 1 1 A HP.
' ' v :lsoN'. X.C.
tWOfllee in rear Co the Hank.
J F. BKUTON,
tyOiBee over First National liauk.
rNO. E. WOOD
J D, UAH DIN.
WILSON'. X. C.
lyOITiee in Court House.
ATTOKN" E V-AT-LA W,
WILSON. N. C.
Jons E. WOODAHI',
II. K. TAVI.OH
I'ashvillc. X. C
TTOODA K D 4 T A V LOU.
ATI OUXKVS-AT-LA W,
NASHVILLE, N. C.
KPOIBce uu.ler (Iran 1 Jury Koom.
BACK Mi HOOKS I
BEST HOOKS MADE !
These Hooks are (riiaianteed not to rust,
break, or tear the wellmur. ami ar- the
strongest an.l most durable back baiul hooks
on the market.
M AN L" FACT I" Ul'. I) liY
Rocky Mount, N. C.
WDOTEN d STEVcHSr
We sell at lowest price?, Ieri
Room Sets, Wardrobi s, lirack
eta, Folding Chair?, Camp
Stools, Picture Frames, aud in
deed everything in the way of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
H. F. KEEL & GO.
Have ju?t received a fine car
load of Horses and Mules which
they will sell cheap for cash, or
on time at reasonable terms.
Call and examine before buying
elsewhere. They also have a
fisst-class Livery and Feed
stable in connection, rear of
Skinner's Law Office.
A FIRST-CLASS WEEKLY PAPER,
Pnblisliea at Tarboro, H. C.
1.3 Ter ar, 6 mm. 75 cts., 3 urns. 40c
A live newspaper. ilevote.I to the intiTets
of ivljreconibe Comity arel the OM North
State. Circulation Lar.-o anl Increasing. A
BpluniliJ Advurti.-itih' Aleiliun;.
HEN'KY T. KING, Kditor.
Ollice Coiner Main am! t'itt Sis.
All kimls of Job rrintinr .lone on short no
ticeari'lat Ueusonable Kutes.
JBfcSTSIXtUiW y ; - tj .,-;..- ir,iARIlViTC)
CeQOUUZIbU je-.-il. vv. .,vJ. t-Li xuiiiC
&X-C0RP SPOOL COTTON
iou can HD y rr of
Ir Sale by
J. 1 Octtinser,
J. 1). & S. C. Wflls,
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES
A Certain, BafB, r.d KflTertive Remedy for
SORE, WEAK, I INFLAMED EYES,
Producing Lorg-Siqhtedness. & Restor
r". "J ing t,e S.jtit of the CM.
tures Tear Drcn. Granulations, SfyB
Tumors, Red Lyes, Hatted Eye t.sshss,
Aluo, ro ::f.: . - pilii tcl'''U :,en w'
nalail: H'Th h I leer. V ' - ;,
Tsniom, Snlc Kheoni. !iurfi, Ji
wbr.-v.t imittiiiDiau'in , .ii,.tlli tilL-Z'ij J
i'MC ti.ay be usietl lo atlvuutau--.
. fcsldbreUDragtzivlHaCvtlCtati. SJ
J. & f a 'ilM i d
IAS. A. MOSF.LEY
H 'Elf nisi
131 Fayettevl c Street,
KALKlGIl N. C.
K STRICTLY ONE PRICE HOUSE.
l'.ilh in.-mbers f this tirm spent
sevi Tal weeks in the Northern mar
ket. when1 they purchased an en
tire iv new stock lor tlieir srore,
which they openel on Tuesday,
Sept. :Mth' It embraces the fol
lowing departments :
Black Goods and Silks
In this department are exhibited
all tin' standard and new weaves.
Black Goods a Specialty
I Colored Silks auu ureas uoous.
i The novelties in wool Dress Goods
are i.iriinueraWe. Iu bilks the ct
fet ts are richer than ever before.
Plushes and Velvets pre extensive
ly used, and they snow then iu ev
ery coler ad q iality. Trimmings
in black and colors suitable lor all
Such ii handsome collection of
wraps has never been shown in
thisciry. Newmarkets will be the
leading wiaps, bin shorter coals
ami jackets are worn and will be
shown i: all desirable shades aud
Their lines of While Goods, Hoi
ery, Notions, Handkershiels, etc,
are varied and complete. Indeed,
in ilk-, m-w stole is displaced ev
erything to lie frund in any first
class Dry Ciootls House. Their
OUDHU DKPAUTMENT receives
especial a-u ntioii, and they assure
to ptiieh.isets out of the city the
same pi le, s and care in the tilling
ot oider as could be obtained in
person. lieijuests for samples
prom pi ly complied with.
I aIniireil by u'l men. And women do not ob
Joet to the lebi.iration of the stronger ex.
hetiee tli. y ml want t. be beautiful. How to
bei-.inie one is the question that
Rockv Mount ililliner
wiU Ji. !. y. ii solve. She has just retur: iM
Iron, th.' . n-thern markets an.l after thorough
itisp.-i n of the mui.-uiticont eniptiriunis of
the Miinni is' An, hai purehased a select
She , .-SI I. KS. all colors, at eetits per
.i:l iiltl'.SS TIUMMINOs in
all -nailes anl lesions.
A V. a itifnl line of Silk Plush and Velvet,
all colors. Mu'.N. lloas, l iossauiers and Gloves,
An ntitisiially tiiee line of Hosiery and Cor
sets now in .-: n k.
neaiitif-'l Siik af.-I Laee HanJkerehie'-; for
lu lu s an l -'i iitloiiii-n. In fart anything you
ill -m iv wiiil be toiind in her Store iu
KOCKY MO I'M, C.
it i a li iJiiiLUi
HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
lien 1 E--:aie bought or sold,
leaseii or r-.-nted for a
Parties having Real P'state
to dispose of will do well to
place it with me.
The following tracts are in
my hands and they will le
sold at exceedingly
Mo. I. Building Lot in
One vacant buikliug lot in the
business portion of Toisuot will be
soltl for a small figure.
No. 2. Dwelling in Wil
son. ATonn Lor in Wil.-on, on Barnes
street. !te;ll K lll.'oil ile'Of. It is
2"0 iei r I'toiit Ii.v 210 IWt tleei,
Comfoi l;;!ii.- ! Aeiliii; iuii.e with ii
looms. ;i-,.(i well ot water. N.cc
Crove. Si! ,.:"i! in imsv access ol
r!ie lm-!"i - - ot f : ii 0 the town.
Terms i . .iiiilc.
Mo. 3. A Small Truck
A ir I v,-!:l:i-or.1,U-i. antl f,ve
aen s i !' la-'. I. i.e.u : Wi's ui, t'.c- s.t!i
at a -ow :i,;i!!e. Tin- housr
four ;en. l.i -uis, ;, n.-ci'ssaii out
hotises, iii"! ol no u,iru JUj staiili M.
Ti:e lan.l is iii i high it ie of culti
vation ami tie ve;y place for a
sinall ti uck l.ii m.
No. 4. Dweinq; in W -son.
An S room dwelling house, in
the business portion of Wilson
opposite Advance otiice. A de
siiahie dwelling goo 1 garden and
No. 5. Dweing in Wil
son. A comfortable -1 room dwelling,
opposite the Advanck office.
I'.ai.'i and stablvs and good gar-pen-
fo. G. A Cood True
For s;;bi at a b.ugain, a good
triii-k It: in . on.- mile fiorn the heart
ol WiI--o!i, i:n::iiiiiiiiig is acres a
comiwi ! Mf 1 room houe, a good
two n. I. '.i ll. !:, Iar n and stables.
llo. 7. Dwelling House
An m room ht.u-c, in a good
neiijiibo! !i iot in Wilson. Lot con
tains half an acre. A very desir
No. 8. Dwelling House
A ! it: ..ii i i.:: e, with pantry
Lot i. :k-! ,-.
iic. -J. Three Vacant
Three vacant lots for building (
;a rio.ses will be sold at low ligares. '
i h'B WornstQ
m l mm w. i
AsnS 15 sis:-Sir.
COIn'- -j tow.- UJjLi.
TI-" A I Ns i.i ! C. SoCTII.
Nov. l-ih. 1
- - 5
Leave Wel-loti - 1 -'
Ar Kooky Ml 1 l';
i:i p in il (Ml a iu
i ; io
.. i i;i p in
... in -'J a in
o p in 7 43 a in
Lv (iol.lsboro. .. :i I"
Lv War saw I
Lv Magnolia : I
TUAI S IIOINC. XOUTM.
Lv. Wilmiiiclon 1:2 n: a m '' i1 a iu 4 (Hi p m
Lv.Miik-nolia 1 1. " M I'.' " " M "
Lv Warsaw in Vi 5 "
ArOoldsboro ; I- " 114.", " l! 3d "
Ar Selnia I
Ar Wilson :
Ar Uucky Mi. ..;
Lv Turbo -o
s ID "
11 K. "
1:.' in "
a in i.' p iu T 47 p m
1 l'i " IS "
ti p in
1 1) "ii a in
i : p in ii :so p ra
Ihii'y i v .i S in -lay.
Train on e' tiitti.l Xeeii I Iran oh Koad leaves
HalifuK -J : ' I" M. itrrness-eotlniiil Xeek at
:i 4". I' M, Kivertoii ii i ' i' M. b. 1 u: niti(f leaves
Hiverton ', i .A M. Se..l land .Neck lit 10-0 A
II. daily e vi-i-pi Siiin!:;'. .
Train leaves I':iiiit.. X. ('., via Albemarle
& Kahili It. It. d uly i -m . pi Sunday. 4 p
M. Sunday i II-' I' M. ai-riv W illiainsion. N ('.
ti :0 P M, 4 P M. I'.-, m. nth .- en P. M-. 540
P. M. Ketuniin," leaves Plytnoutli. X. ('..
Daily exi-ept Sun lay. ' "'A i. Sund'iy S :;0 A
M, Williamston. 7 J"i A M. f "in A M. arrive
Tarboro, X C. ;i A l . il -i" A M. This l.-ain
will not run South ol' V;i...tinton until tl;' M
Train on Midlan 1 2." I' I'.iatuh h aves Oolds-
lKr), N V. ilni.y e u'i M ntiday. i(M A M. ar
rive Minttiln ld. N . , ii A M. KeturiunK
leaves Sinithtirl I. N '. son A M, arrive
tioldsboro, N C, 'j :;,i A M.
Train on Xahvii!e Itianoh leaves Hooky
Mount at:i'M P I. arrives Xashviile :mi P l,
Sprinif Hope 4 !" I'M. lir'urnin' leases Sprinif
lli'pe in . :!. :ihiiie in A i. arrive
Hoeky Mount. II I". A M. daily except Sunday.
Tram on C. u. ton Ib aiirh lea'i s Warsaw for
Clinton daily eci pi iin la-. ni 0 mi P M aud
1110AM. lictareiei-I. a i-Clinton at H 2u A
M and :i In P !, , nn el nif.-at Warsaw with
Xos. 41. 4'i, -' Jin 1 .
Southbound l'nrn on WiUon Fayetteville
Itraneli is No. M. X..ri!i!io,iu.l is No. M. '"Daily
1 ra:u Xo. s.iuili will -top only at ilson,
f oldsboro an 1 Mano!.a.
Train No. ,s n,nt s eii.e eonneetion at W el
don for all point- ."iih 'laiiy. Ail rail via
Kichuiond, and d:o:y co pt Sunday ia Pay
Trains ue.ke eoM- eofiieet: n lor all pt.ints
Ni rtli ia Ki.-hii'ii'l an I N'as in't n.
An Irani- ion ... 1 b.i'.voj i W lininirton
and WashitnrtoM. and tiae 1 ullinan Palace
SleepeisatUe li" I.
.I'Hix r. !i vim: oen'isupt.
J. II. KKXLV. Mipt. Tran-poi ation.
T. M. KM KKSOX. 4 .. M l Pass, it'er Adent.
lid h.tl il..::i:t
TRY TI-I3 CXJ3?lE.
A pan icle is :i . i to oa-di po-t 11 an
airre 'bie. l'i: -. '..i . . :r - at Dru-trisis
mail, reif.-'oro '.. 1.1. e.-tits.
ELV lilto I'll i:.!i -. Wanvnow Vork
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A torplrt liver tl-raiiffc t he wlioleBy
teui, untl troliK ci
Dyspepsia, Ceiiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
There i no ii"'er r-me1.v forttieie
ronmtoii ihws -.: - 'lute- I.iver
Villi, ixh a triii i v. HI prove. I'riee, S5f.
On Monday the 'ii!i day of Jan.
lsi to, I w:!i 'i t !: s.i'. to the
highest I'. fd- f.isll, at tile
Cen: t ll i i I"'U ni the ' awn c!
Wilson. N. (',!:.: eiiMie i. rere.st ot
J. K. N. (i ii ii ;m i.i ' In !. 'Me aiol
lot in the o.t, nf .i-uii, N. ). on
tlie coi ner- (': t:it !y (ioldsboio
and Vance 'ii : r-. i; in ititj the lot
on which Mi.. I'.iiitiie (ioiliam now
!ive. .M-iii:- ::.;e(-,- in a cer
tain tn.ci of I.r .1 in ToiMiot town
ship, ad joi'ii:; t::e l.uol.s of Hardy
Farmer, the l.eiis of II. (J. White
head and olfieis, containing !''
(ninety-six) ,u:ie-;, more or less, to
satisfy executions in my hands loi
collection. -I. W. CnoWELL,
dec. 5 She! ill'.
Py vi:tne t I a iii ( :ee of the Su
perior Com t of Wiinn county in
an action wheieiu Mis. y. a. (lor
h:4in is p'laititiii' :un! .1. Iv (or
ham d. re:;:i t:t, I will se!I on
Monday, lhet,!i: .v ni Janii iry,
l.v.iO, 'or c ;s!i to tiie ; 'glu.st I ititler
attheC u:' !!. i e door in Wilson
the said i!i id , ;;t'.-. interest iu and
to that !o- i : ';,.! i land l.xing and
lieing sil 11 il.etowiicf Wi'soll
"11 the ( .'.!! ni ( iied-llOl o anil
Vance Mii-i i . i! j-.iniiig liie lots ol
W. (J. Gotham, 1 1 Murray and
v'i'ers. coirauiin:; one-half acre,
nunc nr U'f. J.No. F. llia'Tox.
Dei:..') d, "S'j Cci;!i!;i!.--.-:otier,
Having ii ;l !ii d ;;s executor ot
the la .t wili;:!id ;e-!:iii:enr of Hardy
'e :- t!S 111
de'aed lo i :V.i' .'eceased sue hereby
nor.iii-d to ii! t;:e i;n mediate pay
int. nt, and i holdiiig claims
au-titist i !e' e.---. ' i su.; deceased
to present (iiei:i i r p.i.Miient to
us or to onr ai i oi m i- on or before
the tiist day of December 181)0, or
this notice w Iii he plead in bar of
t heir 1 1 cover .
I'D kma: !. I'.AKNE.S,
dulIX It. 1JAUNES.
Jniix !'.. Wt ui'.Mi, Att'y.
Wiison, N. t '., Nov. :;o,'V:t,
All notes hi d accounts du,
the iii in i I' i'.viniiii Daniel
must be paid it once, aa longer
time cannot aid will not be
.ive y, n; ... if tiiiuhb" iu.,1 ex
pense by i : i : k ; : itiiinediate
A. X. Da xi i i.,
Wilful, X. C.,
or l)i:. J. X. 1'iv.'- r.i,
I-'ei-nu iile. X. C.
.The Eiiirrd Homo.
The i;t l!.l. Ifi iM ii is an s pau'e Alliance
ami Home j..uri;:i!. i -b. 1 wei-kly. and de
voted to tlio i, : oi:d:.:i: of tho Southern
Con nt rv Hi mo-. Ai-aie-l I he MOlCiilAfiE
sYSTI'.M liXTiiK'l lo.sriis AXI) '1'Ul STS.
It will wujfe an 1111 I'-. ir-.; wat. Terms one
dollar a year- S; .,:,' ati s t.i A Uianees. Ad
viTlisintr rates low . Sen.l for.i.p.
W. S. llAKXr.S.
l.dilor and Prop'r.
Tuisnol, N. I'.. Miiy: o - if
t N us.
i ill I
The Wilson Advance.
Wilson, N. C, - Dec. 12, 1SS9.
THE FOOLED ELM.
The bold young Autumn came rid
One day where an elm tree grew,
"You are fair," be said, as she beiit
Too fair your robe's dull hue;
You are far too young for a garb bo
Your beauty needs color and
Oh, I would clotLc you iu scarlet
Ht fitting thy grace of a queen.
4iFor one little k'ss on your lips
For just one kiss no more
I will give you, I swear, a robe more
Thau ever a princess wore
One little kiss on those lips, my
And lo ! you shall stand, I say,
Queen of the forest, and better
Queen of my heart always.''
She tossed her head, but he took
('Tis the way ot lovers bold);
And a gorgeous d.ess for that
He guve ere the morn was old.
For a week aud a day she ruled a
In bcuty and sp'endid attire
For a week and a day she was
loved, I weeu
With a love that is born of de
sire, Then bod eyed Autumn went on
In quest of a tree more fair,
And mob windd tattered her gar
ments and scattered
Her finey here aud there
Toor and faded and ragged and
She rocked and moaued in dis
tress, An.l longed for the dull green
gown she had sold
For a lovers' fickle caress.
And the days went by and the
And his tyrannous tempests
Ou the shivering tree whose robes
He had trampled under his feet.
I saw her reach to the mocking
Her arms bare aud thin,
Ah, weil a-day, it is ever the way,
With a woman who trades with
Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Once a
Mothers, you cau relieve your
baby of its discomfort without atb
ministering opium, that deadly
drug, by usiug only Dr. Hull's Baby
The confidence of ''womankind"'
Is thoroughly grounded on the ef
ficacy of Laxador. which has prov
ed a remedy of undoubted useful
ness iu their peculiar ailmeuts.
Price only 25 cents.
The Irvalids Hope
Many seemingly ii. curable cases
of blood poison, catuirb, scrofula
and rheumatism have been cured
by B. B. B. (Botanic BIo.hI Balm),
made by the B'oad Balm Co., At
lanta, (ia. Write to them lor book
tilled wit.li convincing pi oof.
G. W. h. Raider, living seven
miles fiom Athens, Ga , writes :
"For heverai j ears 1 suffered with
runuing ulcers, which doctors
treated and prouounced incurable.
A single bottle ol B. ii. B did me
more good than all the doctors. 1
kent on usiug it am' every ulcer
D. C. Kinard & Son, Towalign,
Ga., writes: -'We induced a ueigh
oor to try B. B. B. for catarrh,
which he thought incurable, as it
had resisted all treatment. It de
bghtfd Lira, and continuing its use
he was cured sound and well."
K. M. Lawsou, East Point. Ga ,
writes : "My wife had scrofula lo
years. She kept growing worse.
She lost her hair and her skin
broke out fearfully. Debility,
emaciation and no appetite follow
ed. A frer i 1 1 sicians and numer
m s advertised medicines failed, 1
tried B. Ii. B,, and her recoveiy was
rapid and complete."
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md.,
writes : 'I suffered from weak
back and rheumatism. B. B. Ii. has
proven to be the only medicine that
gave me reliof.'
Boston Suitor And now may I
ask your father for your hand in
marriage, dear ?
Chicago Bud Better ask ma;
what sbe says goes.
At fi i st a little, hacking cough,
' 'Tis nothing but a cold."
They sav, '"Twill very soon wear
Alas, the story old !
The hec'ic cheek, the lailing
The grief that cannot save.
And life's wan fiame goes out, at
In a consumptive's grave.
If persons would use Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, when
irritation ol the lungs is indicated
by a cough, it would be an easy
matter to avert consumption. Be
wise in time. The "Discovery" is
gnarauteed to cure in all cases of
diseases for which it is recommend
ed, or money paid for it will be
Irate Politician Look here, you
published a lie about me this morn
ing, an infamous lie. I won't stand
Serene Editor But just think
where you would be if we; were to
publish the truth about you. Terre
Why continue the us of irrita
ting powders, snuffy or liquids.
Ely's Cream Balm, pleasani of ap
plication aud a sure cute tor ca
tarrh and cold in head, can bo had
forodc. It is easily applied into
the nostrils, is sate and pleasant
and is cunug the most obstinate
cases. It gives relief at once.
The Proprietors of Ely's ( Vain
Balm do not claim Ir to be a cure
all, but a sore remedy for catatrh
colds iu the head aud hay fever,
It is not a liquid or a snuff, but
is easily applied into the nostrils.
It gives relief at once.
Courtesies are reciprocal. IVo
pie who expect them should be wil
ing to return them.
The most delicate constitution
cau safely use Dr. J. 11 McLean's
Tar Wiue Lung Balm. It is a sure
remedy for coughs, loss of voice,
and all throat and luog troubles.
Education Means to Develop the Tal
ents Each One Has
The true Idea of education is
contained in the word itself a
drawing out, or educing. It Lap
a drawing forth, or bringiDL
out those powers within nj.
The gifts which men have not
attained in the school ; they are
inherent. Each mind must be
developed according to the laws
of its own nature. A youth
cannot be trained to a quick
creative genius if he was not
born to it. Training will make
our faculties better, sharpen our
perceptions, awaHen our dor
mant, .inherent energies, and
prepare us to use them to the
best advantage ; but it can not
create in us what God did not
create in our faculties when he
started thern iuto life. Teach
ing is not to be a pouring in nor
cramming process, nor an inhit
ing process, but it is to be a
drawing out; developing and
A bar of iron worth five dol
lars may be so manipulated as
to be drawn out into balance
springs of watches, and its val ue
become two hundred and fifty
thousand dollars. So education
is a process to bring out the
finer and nobler qualities, and
fit the student for more respon
sible posts and greater useful
ness iu the world in its various
callings and relationships.
What sculpture is to the
block of marble, education is to
the soul, The philosopher, the
saint, or the hero, tho wise and
the tfood, or the great man,
very often lie hid and concealed
in the plebean, which a proper
education might have disinter
red and have brought to light.
The wise carry their knowlege as
they do their watches, not for dis
play but for their own use. Sidney
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for years we have been
selling Ir. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Dr. Ki gs uew
Life Fills, Buckleu's Arnica Salve
and Electric Bitters, ami never
ha-idlcd remedies that would sell
as well, or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do not
hesitate to guarantee them every
time, aud we stand ready to re
fund the purceuse price, if" satis
factory results do not follow their
use. Thesa remedies have won
their great popularity purely on
their merits. For sale at A.
The worst thing about suicide
aud this must always rank it be
low political assassination i? that
its interest purely personal. No
man ever kills himself for the good
ot others W. D. Howell?.
For upwards of fifty years "Mi:s
WlNSLOW's Soothing Syrup" has
been used by millions of mothers
lor then children while teething
with ueverdailing safety and sue
cess. Ir soothes t he child, softens
tee gums, allajs all pain, regulates
the boweb, cures wind col c and is
the beM remedy for diaiiiu-a.
'Mi;s Wins low's Southing
Syiu p" is for .- ale by diuogist i'i
everr put of the woild. Pi ice 2a
cents i I,,,! t le.
Pimple-', blotches, scaly skip,
ii T I j ypot, sores and ulcers, ab
sccssi s aril tumors, unhealthy dis.
ct.aie--, such as catairh, eczema,
iiiigwoiui, 'ind other forms of tkin
diseases, jwe cyrcptoms of blood
impurity Take Dr. .1. II. McLean's
When a man has a cataract it is
ci uel to dam his eyes any furtl.er.
There are times when a feeling ol
lassitude will overcome the Liost
robust, when 'he system craves for
pure biood, to furnish the elements
of health aud strength. The best
remedy .or purifying the btood is
Dr. J.'il. McLean's Sarsapiu -Ha.
Placing a piece of zitu- i!
live coals in a stove or g.. is ...
easy way to clean sooty cliiui.u.
Even the most vigorous and
hearty peopb have at times a feel
lng of weaiiness and lassitude. T.
dispel this feeling take Dr. J. 11.
McLean's Satsaparilla ; it will im
part vigor and vitaiitr.
Bald heads never dve,
Fauits of Cifjestiou cause disor
tiers ot the liver, am) the whole sys
tem becomes deranged. Dr. J. II.
McLean's Sarsapanllo perfects the
process of digestiou aud assimila
tion, and thus makes pure blood.
Samuel Trust, of ltipley count.v,
Ind., is seven leet tall aud is still
Dizziness, uansea, drowsiness
distress after eating, cau be cured
and preveuted by taking Dr. J. U.
McLean's Liver and Kidney Pillets
It is said that tbe city of Paris,
when lull, can accommadate nearly
four millions of people.
Sick headache, biliousness, nau
sea, costiveness, a:e promptly and
agreeably bank-dud by Dr. J. U.
McLean's Liver aud Kidney Pillets
In character, iu manner, iu
st.vle. iu all things the supreme
excellency is in simplicity.
X'o need to take those bin cathar
tic pilis ; one ot Dr. J, II. M-. Lean's
Liver and Kidnev Pillets is finite
fiif!b:ient and more agreeable.
du-fiee raises the nation, but sin
makes a people miserable.
For a safe aid ceitairi remedy
for (ever and aj"f, use Dr. J. H.
McLean's Chil's and Fever Cure; it
-s warranted to cure.
The stuttering man often bieaks
Too well known to need lengthy
advertisements Dr. Sage's Oa
tanu Remedy. 50 cents, by diug-gists.
0. A. WASH i- CO.,
Manufacturers And Dea qys in
Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Mantels,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, &c, &c.
8 West Market Square, Norfolk, Va
J..st Brilliant. Pbh aaJ Pertft Lfnsfg
In lh World.
Combined with Great Bcfracting
Power. They are as transparent
and coloiless as light ib-elf. And
for softness id' endurance to the eye
cannot be excelled, enabling the
wearer to read for hours without
latigue. I" t'aet. hcy a?e
Perfect Sii;.:: F::;-;:!! xium.
Testimonials fimn li--' '"a ling
physicians in the United Siaieacan
be given, Aitohave had I heir sight
liupi jvi tl b their use.
All eyes fitted a:i 1 the lit guar
A. W. Uowi.an D's Diii ti Stoke
Where an immense assortment
of these celebrated glasses can be
fount! and properly adapted to all
conditions of the e.e.
These glasses are not applied to
peddlers ac any price.
None genuine unless the name
Hawkks is stamped on the fiame.
Wholesale Depots, Atlanta Ga,
WHKK M KN
( Wilun, Ji. C.
Wo woul l call your
attention to the supo i
faoilitii-s of the A'lva nee
Job tittice for furnish -ititr
all (leseriptions of
.( Hi Wt lUK in , lar?e
or sinall quantities, ut
prUes ami in style of
uiie.veelle.l by any olliee
in the South. Wo will
furnish. Letter Hea.ls.
Note Hea ls. Hill HeaiK
Iijsincss funis. Check
Hooks. School Cata
logues, Programs, c.
(i i v i;
IMPORTANT to YOU,
Mercies. M;,ra..u.r, Layers. Maj.,-
rates. o.mty oiri.-rs ami llu-ine5s Men
l.enerally. who may w.,h
ritlNTlNtl OU BINDING
of any kind, will find that we have the larires
and best c.iiippcd house of the kind in the
Hand b.k for M.-.yistrafes and
Co ii nt OJ'n ers,
The X. c Manual of Lav a::J
Price S2 by Mai,
s the best i v. r vui.lishod. Our
KI. Mn in e Suth-1 i rin form and quality
of paper and low 111 price.
Send i.rdirs for a 1 classes of I'rintimr or
EDWARDS & BROUGHTOS,
nov. 'Ji. B ALEIGII, N. C
Is Biewed of pme Hojis and Malt,
ami lovers of Good Beer will get
their mone s value by calling for
and. taking no other but FUYAR'S
BFKlt. Took rirsl prize world ov
er. Also finest
'-!: c::': ai.f
ItpBott'cd in "A'l'sosi and Wel
doii, N C. by
Oct. JI- II! .
IV 1 have jii.-.i i. in ;ied from the
North and I;,-.m- :!,e i.;ce-t flic of
Siverwuie i v. i !::iiilght to t: is
place. I ..!-o l:,ve :i Ii -u select ion of
CLOCKS. COLD AND SI L VLB
WATCIIKS CilMNS, RINGS,
BBACF.LFIS. (5()LD l' S,
FOUNTAIN FFNS, VAsKS
AND Til A SF.fS. IM
SKTS, MUSICAL IN
S f li i; M K N T S.
A Full L iie of Violin, Guitar aud
To be Given Awav Jatuiary 1st.
Call an I get oue of my ci.-culars
and learn pnficulars.
J. R. R AWLS,
Nash St., opposite Court House, qr.
Over 500 Beaafifa! Designs.
r A X C F A CT I" R E D 15 Y
MONUMENTAL BRONZE CO.,
Wilson, . C.
f"Ca'l and oxainino designs. Speciraor.sannH
liescenal Ma 1 lewoix. CcineUry. anDd
R iEIllIli THE BEAD.
o- -'--v. :rT- ''$r
Stair W ork,
EXCELSIOR HOOK STOVES!
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and
kind. Five sizes with enam
eled reservoirs. Adapted to all
tv:. re merits, and priced to
suit all purges.
wood grate, adjustable damper,
interchanges b!e automatic tdielf
broi! : ...lor. swinging hearth
plate, swinging flue st"p, re
versible gas-burning long cross
piece, double short centers,
heavy rir.tr covers, illuminated
Bre doors, nickel knobs, tiickle
Unequiled in Material, in
finish, and in operation.
ISAAC A. S II EPF A III) & CO
For Sale bv
GEO. I). GREENE & CO.,
Wilson, N. C
a S L)
ORNAViENTA . MARBLE WORKS
6 N'ortn IfoA-Mr.l St., Baltimore.
i Wire ittiiio!.' for Cemeteries
j Lawns, iardeirs, Oi'ices and Bal
I conies; Window (Jnards,Tree (Suard
I Wire (.'loth, Sieves, Fenders, Cage.-3,
I Sand and Coal Screens, Iron Bed-
tClds. ( I, :!!- . j-VtftM'S, vV..
E. E. MILLIARD,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Scotland HECK, N. C.
I l arnis. town lou. an.l o:lier valuabli proper-
j Ioleu'ii.Vi; ''f'or reSn
, ...,-,. , ..,.,,, ,, Sl.nin., -,.vt.rv farmanalo
;,,.,.,.. v ., five ..u tin- news besides.
sample copy trie. .VMrcss,
K. E. Hii.LIaui),
Scotlard Neck. N. J.
Mr.Lee. "Why. 'dilie. you needn't cry abont
it I I only Paid .Mr-. Alh a was a very well
informed womau, uud I wished you would follow
Mrs. Li e. "To3, and last week yon eaid yoa
wished I could nianaue to lnik as ptvlish as Mrg.
Allen. and she makes, all litr owu "clothes. But
bhe has what 1 linv- n't.''
Mk. Luk. "What is that ?"
Mas. Lee. Well, she jrets nil of her Informa
tion from t! M.i-MAn.- tliey t;ike. I admit that
f he knows nil that is c.in on. and is britht and
eiiten.iiiiiii in corvi -rsatinn : hut I cotrd do as
well as she does if 1 had the same source of
infomiaiion. Sue 1. n me the last number of her
Magazine lately, and I learned more in one hour's
readiiiL'. ahoul various siK-i.d matters and the
topics uf the day. liiau I w..j.d pick up in a month
by my oeesional chars wiili friends. It certainly
Covers every b'ji:c of interest, from the news of
tlie day down to the details of housekeeping;
and everylliin' i r beautifully illustrated, too.
Every time Maiine i-o.-s over to the Aliens' she
comes baric if -l iea-. s me to pi t you to take
lieinorist 's Family M.i.azine. cs tin; stories are
so irood. Kv.-i: tli b. .ys watch for it every month,
as a place is found for them ul-o in its pa-res; and
Mr. Allen s.vears by it. It is really wonderful
bow it -uits ev. ry meii.b- r of lh- family 1"
Mk. 1,ek - Well, perhaps I h id bettersendfora
Ppei ituen("o.y ; for. if ii anything likewhat you
Bay it i. it will iiiuiiM' and intruc! the "hole of us."
Mas. I.ee. " I see that W. .l-nnines Demoreet,
the publisher, 1.1 Knst 1 Ith Street. New York, is
ollerin.- to send a Specimen Copy for 10 cents, bo
we can't lose aiivthiiiir. us ea u number contains
a 'l'attem tr':ir' cntitlinc the holder to any
l'attern she m .y choose, and in any size w hicn
alone makes eai-h ropy wertii 3o cents : and I inet
want a jacket pat-ern like Mrs. Allen's. The
euhsiTiilioii juj. e is only i.l.u a year; and I
must say 1 can't see how thv can publish SO
elegant a 31aa.iue for bo little money."
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Moderate Fecs.
Our Office is Opposite o. S. Patent Office
and we can secure patent in iecs time than those
remote from Wa-diinston.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not. free of
cnarire. Our fee not due till patent ie secured.
A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patents," with
names or actual clients in your State, county, or
town, aent free. Address,
Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C
. . - - , I- Srt
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fev - -.'v '- E CJ
T AfN BLACK
Vy X Ji N (OLOPsTh AT
-V Wash out
'r'- ' '-C;..,nor FADE
A- .-i "S. nM O N LY B E
' HADE BY
t':;V . o ' FUSING
Nut-lb. Carolina -Wil
Joseph S. llol: j
John K'tlrooks. f'"1 of Summons.
Tliederendntit above nat:i-. v.-ill tako notice
that asuiiitnons , ,),.. U,V1. entitled action
wasiss,,...! au-aii.st sail .lef.r..lHt,t on "bo "d
3ay of Deeember lv'.., t,v .1. w. Laneasi, " a
Justice of the l-eacc of W, No,, county, Noi'th
' rt'"' S""1 ut '""-T-tliree dollars
aim thirty tents :ti.:jii with interest on the
same from the -J,l day of October lss;,. uu"
said plamtitl by note, which said sutntnons is
returnable before said Justieeat his "e in
i.''!1,,"1 T"1 CO,!,",y on th,; 1,Jth of Jaou"
ary b it. when and where the defendant Is re
ouircl to appearand answer or demur to the
Tl.is .'d day of : ., . !t.
J- VV. LANCASTER,
r it jvnu'i- Justieo of the Peace.
C. ri. A1CO,K, l Ub.titr s At crncy
fin 1; u
OUAOQUAITITED WITS THE GEOGRAPHY Or THE COUNTEY. VTZLZ -rsT;.-,
MUCH VALUABLE INFOKMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS I.v.r -r -
the Gsisfifio, book mmB a WttW,
City-to Rock Island Davenport, Lies lnct-, c: . ..
LEA KOTJTE. to Spirit Lake, PiDCjStone w c, .-t.m'i on. c-i. . ...
town. Minneapolis, St. Paul, and mteryon.t:. n.. ; ... i . . .. (
short direct route! In connection wit a ;-f I'l-v?' ':"
Louiavillo, Nashville, and Eastern ami boc. i-.-.i --v i : ,
Kanaaa City, it also constitutes
THE SHORT LINE TO DEfiVEB Afi T:- WEST, P ::?:.
THE ft?SS50i;r-S KiifTH.
It traverses vast areas of tho t:!: rl
world, forming- the speediest, .st pcpi.ur . ,iu e,..r . j ,
transportation to and from all cities, to - r.., a id i.oc i- i i .i j - .n i ..
orado and the Indian Ternary. I-Em, R ' Cn.-.t v..-r.-
Kansas City and Caldwell, Hutchinson and lr ; C. - , . -.-.i
Palace Sleeping Cars to and from v lchaa u-nd .ii... nn.io...
MAGNIFICENT VESTSE2ULE EXr ;?ftSS TRAiii,
Leading all competitors in splendor of equiimcnt . cool in s-mir.i- , .;
by Bteam from the locomotive in winter, well ventiluW and li- , . .
-leave Kansas Citv and St. Josepu daily, on irr v;ii on ii.s.m
and Southeast, with elogant Day - Coaches - r,V pVvrionT r i V:
FREE Reclining- Chair Cars, RUNNING TH1J OUG U J.V II ,iOI, T t 1 A , , .
Denver, Coloi-ado Springs and P ueblo, making- only t i. : - ,.
terveningr stations In Kansas end Colorado is. ij Dtmnir Ho. . - ;
venient stations west of Kansas City and St. Joseph furnis,h Uc.icio
at seasonable hours and at moderate prices.
Y;..;; ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVOKiTE TOURIST
To Manitou, Pike's Peak, the Garden of ta GU, to ' " r
Fal'.s-, Idaho Springs, tho mountain park, ra:r.m? amPa "it.VV.f ,' " v
?eaorts, hunting: and flshinf? grrounus, und sconic attra cttons of U .. .
Its Vestibule Express Traitis ara e.iuipped with even'modern imj r
that can add to safety, convenience, comfort and luarious . iv , . .
Thev also make close connections tit terminal cities in Ooiot,.uo ... t.i.,a
Deoots) with the Denver aud Rio Grande, Colorado Mialand, Unm:. I .. .::c.
Denver Texas and Fort Worth, and all other diverging lines.
For Tickets. Maps, Time Tables, Folders, cor-te:J f the V c-t. i -i .iil,"
(lssuea montuiyi, or luriuui uusuc-u
E. ST. JOHN.
Oct. 10 ly.
rnnifT pi km fill
SIHIIIBB R HflB iwj B n Nfi K Aft m I
Successors 10 LUTIIHU HIIKIJM)X.
Doors and Blinds, !Vlou!dings
Jewels, Brackets, Hardware, .
Puttty and Painters
OF EVKUV DKSCHIITJON".
General Agent for Wu.ls.v.n'h. .Martinez &, Loiifrrn.nr
PURE READV-itllKSD PAINTS.
Nos. 16 W. side Market Square ;i:.-l Koano Areiaie,
Having purchased of Murray A: Ilentoa the Wilson Iron Wm;
take pleasure in informing the public, tirat wo :uc now prcparcil
work as well and as cheaji as any M.icijuh' Sliop in the State, W
now ready to do all kinds or work on Cotton l'r esses, Cotton Si . i! ( i
ers, Husk Hackling Machines, Saw Mills and Mill Machinery, Cm:.
All kinds of Repair Work, Boilers, Feeders aud Inspirators a -j-i-A
full line of Machiuits' supplies always on hand. Kngiiies aii i !.
and all kinds of Brrdge Holts for sale. We Ie!s- vc that
MACHINE S Si OPS
that eaido tirst-class work at I.IVINt; PKICES, will be nyuu .
the people ol this comruuntty and we propose in da as
As JanjbO ly, and at. as
ascliaSl & Bra
BRANCH cc CO.:
b .a. sr k si 3E&
Wilson, N. C.
Individuals, Firms, BanSto a-J
Deposits Received Subject to Check at Sifjht
Intere Allowed on
Left jr a Stipulated Time. Ex-
c nsje Bought and Sold.
Collections Madeon all Available Points
1 X VJESTJI K.T Z'Z 1A iVWK KX T.
? With an experience of Twenty Years in the Securities of this -.-.
we have the best facilities for making Safe and Profitable Inve.-i ::.
for Trustees, Administrators, Guardians, &c, desiring the same.
Our Banking House is supplied with Kite Proof Vault. Inside . i
vault is one of Mar vius latest Improved Chi-hd Steel Ilerl .1 1
lAll business entrusted with us will be safe and secure and 1.' :
Watchei.. Jewelry Solid Silvcrw n.-, Jtr
CHAPMAN & GALE
1 15 Main St., NOKI OI.K, VA.,
are theLeadtrs, the stock N the
largest and their prices lor the 1., Nt
znr,tU are niurb less rhan NoiM.eir
N. B. Thej h lve stiiil-d v.-..il-men
f r 'he repairing of Watcl-ei-aid
Jewelry. sepl ly
FOR A COOD AND
Yon Will do Well to Call cm
at Kd.insnn-s old stand. We will imc vou per
fi ct Mitisfaction. Every who in- us Vuy
p-ivetl,opino,,thi.8tand pleasantest sliave lliey
tM-rtjcpciiciiitd. Come and try us for your
st'11" Hcspectfully youi-s.
c . t H. T. RANSOilt
CHICAGO, IL.L Oca! & f A '
B V. I
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OL1C1T lilE ac(;oi;:ms CI
NCiNKS. SAW Mlld.S .;M
A COTTON rui-iss?:.-.
I !m c on timid one l.s II I' l.i.c II
cHL'i.ic. 1.. 1 In in nit: lilj- o cli.;i:. -'-!.
Il.'tti I Wliii-N: im.. Kri.-tii.ii
Mill wi 1 ii .-.s in.-li aw. ft 1 -n 1 1
li ins two Scicw Ili ad llloi-Ks. - i
Win cisimd A.vli s ,t ai t II,...kmu.'! I
A:.i I Xci-o'Ji II I' !..,, It.,-!, i- :.-i-id-I'nii.Vi
t ".r 1 ir 1 1 wilh r, f t I'.....
plct- : r n 11. A ! -i :
I In II I' Si. I.; ( rank Hni-'iii".
1 " 1 1 1' i:iiU'iiiciii. ll-ili 1 u
I it il I'
!: 11 1
5 v"At priced from i'S" lo f ' '
WM. II. TAPI'i
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