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N. C., as second i lass mail iviKtU-r.
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Wilson. N. C.
November i, 1S94.
ui:i;t i.ak 1 1 1. m or 1; v rit: 11c ki t.'
FOR SIIKK1I T,
JUXAS V. CROWKI.L.
FOR CI.KKK Sl'l'Fltloll COl'ltT,
ji:fit;rson d. hardin.
FOR Ri:(;lS l"KR )i" I lF.F.I'S,
siji-nci:r m. warri-x.
FOR TKF.ASI KFK,
WILLIAM T. FARM MR.
ciiaki.ks K. moore.
1 OR SF.XATF,
ckorgi-: w. hlouxt.
FOR IKUSK R F.I'lv F.SF.XTATiYKS,
F. A. WOODARI).
JXO. V.. WOODARI).
11 r. who votes the fusion ticket
should ask himself the question: Will
better government prevail if the lu
sionists are successful?
When a man casts his ballot next
week he should know well the im
port of that ballot. I Ie should ask
himself why he votes as he does.
If vot" believe in joining hands
with the Republican enemies of good
government, vote the fusion ticket
headed by Faircloth and Furches.
If vot: believe hitariit relorui. voLe
the Democratic ticket, for the Demo
cratic party is the only party that
has ever made any efforts at rdoim
along th.it line.
Hi l.l. is making a gallant light in
New York and says that he is going
to win, but the odds are very much
against him. The State IXmccracy
is very much divided there, but Hill
will win if anybody can.
Democrats are the only people
who have shown any friendliness to
silver in this country. The Repub
licans demonetized it in 1S73, and
now the Populists are marching to
the ballot box arm in arm with them.
I'ol't'U.vrs have put themselves
on record as opposed to the f ee
coinage of silver, not by their words,
but by their acts. They have joined
hands with a party that is against
silver, and in that act endorses these
Havk the Democratic judges ol
courts proved derelict to duty? Kvery
body knows they have not. Indeed
the courts of North Carolina have
been justly famed for their ptuity since
the Republicans were turned down
about twenty years ago.
Somi: people say that the Demo
crats have put the price of cotton
down to five cents. That is attribut
ing power to the Democracy which
tncy uo not posess. 1 lie price is j
fixed in En-land, and if any Ameri- J
can party has any influence there, it i
is the Republican party, certainly j
not the Democratic. 1
It l:-. usual f.;r our IVpulist fi lends
to claim that the Democrats ha.e
done nothing for the relief of dis
people. Well, they said that two
years ago before the Democrats had
a chance to do anything, and it was
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true. I hey got wound up then and
have been running ever since on thc
same line. Hut the charge is lalse
Jas. Axthoxy Froude, the great
English historian, died last week. lie
was master of a style that was rich and
refreshing. 1 lis life of Julius C.e-:.r
was one of h's m isterpicces
and was one of the manterpleces
of the English language. His essays
are particularly bright and instructive.
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Jie was one ui me gie.ncsi w liters oi
Greenvillelndex: George Spell,
a colored man, who works for the
Tilgham Lumber Co., in getting on
the log train at Falkland Tuesday,
slipped and fell under the wheels of
the cars and was badly crushed. Drs.
say that every bone in his body was
broken. The man lived about three
hours. ' , - - '
AN I NJI ST .IIDGMKNT.
i Clark's, know that it is a snare and
Two years ago when Populism be- i rj:, jc aside When you see Furches'
gan t- show it-.; head, tlstir leaders j nu.,,e on u t;cket along with Mont
made the charge that the Democratic j joinery's, know that it isan attempt to
party had dune nothing to relieve i tj .( f.; e ant cast it from you.
the ui.-tresses i if the people. Ouiieaj It is the right, it is the duty, it is
large portion of the people went into
another political organization while
the greater pait rcinahud tuthiui
to Democratic principle:-;.
Those thai it-fl pronounced the charge
of the leaders true. They said, "It
is a ilict that the Democratic party
lias not performed its duty and is not
deserving of our .support." '1 hose
who remained in the Democratic
ranks said, "Yes, it is true that the
Democrats have not done anything
for the financial reliel ol the people
and the betterment of their condition;
but they have not had the chance to
do anything yet. ' They have not had
the law making power. Give them
that, and if they don't do some
thing then, we will leave the old party
The majority of the people looked
at it that way, and the I )emocratic
party was instilled in power in all
branches ot the government. They
have been theie eighteen months.
They have been busily engaged in
carrying forward remedial legislation.
They have passed a tariff law that re
moves nearly a bullion of taxation
from the shoulders of the people in a
year. That taxation, too, did not go
to the support of the government,
but went into the pockets ol the
Northern syndicates ana trusts. 1 ne
government got not a dollar of it.
That business has been abolished.
They have reformed the pension lists
so that enormous sums have been
saved that way. They have cut
down tl e expenses ol the government
about fifty million dollars a year, so
that taxation need not be so large for
They have done these things.
There's the record of them in the de
partments at Washington? and any
body can see for himself if he will go
there. Many other things, too, have
been done to lelieve the people, but
these are sufficient.
In spite ot those things, the ropu-jwill be obliged to provide some
list leaders have gone on making the 1 means to prevent their frequent re
same charge now that they made be- j currence.
fore the last election. Surely.it isj It was thourdit for a lonrr time that
no ignorance, for tliese men ought to
know better. They have just closed
their eves to those things
resolved not to see them.
Everybody who has been keeping
up with the times knows that Dem-
ocracy has kept every pledge made
to the people except the one about
siver, and that will come along in its
own time. Democracy is going to
carry out that promise too. Read
the Democratic platform adopted at
Raleigh last Augu.-.t and see if you
don't think so.
The party has the power to do so,
and it has promised to do so. It is
much more reasonable to expect it
from those who hive t!K power,
and have promised it than from
those who haven't the power and
never will. No man of ordinary
intelligence can have the remotest
hope i fiat the Populists will ever cap
ture the White House and both
brandies ot Congress. Their princi
ples are too commonplace to ever
command a following sufheient to doi
Then why not stick to the party
which has promised and which has
power to fulfill its promises? It is
s ifest to do so.
A o; 0 Til 1: ..iij;.
When a Populist gots to the po
next Tuesday to cast his vole for the
State fusion ticket, he should ask
himself the question what the Repub
lican party has ever done fur his ben
efit to thus enlist his support. If he
can get an answer that satisfies his
o.vn mind, well and good. Ifhe can
not, then he will not be a patriot if he
e idorses the party with his ballot.
It is the patriotic duty of every citi- j
en to vote as his heart and consci
ence dictate. It
is not patriotic to go
to tiie poils and vote spitefully or ;
e iieiessiy. I it is not patriotic to !
vote for men simply because they j
il;ive hi.eil tint im !nr ..,.,
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and bosses. It is not patriotic to thus
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trifle with the ballot, the most power-
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'S f to rcl' t he last
: moment tnose men who would turn
im,-ouue 'oveimneni over to mean-
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1)11! 1 I I'snnintr rrw.n
. ' . , I brink ot bankrupty.
1 lie right to vote is a sacred one. i , ,
i.': . ,i, , ,. f . - We appeal to honest men to pause
It is tne voice ot American citizens', , ., , , .
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wliicn, silent at die time, has more ! , . . , ...
ootenev,h ,n!1,s,v,nt r ,i, I astray by ambitious and corrupt
non. It is the precious privilege fori
which oar fathers
the agL-s tlu't are gone by. It is the
blood bourdit rieht which. w:i un-i
:.t Lev.es, at Naseby, and at York-
to.vn. It is the greatest privilege uf
a citizen of America.
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iJi-n it should not be exercised in
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apiejudiceii or flippant way. It
should not be exercised in a way that
will cause one to regret it by and bv
There is an ambush to avoid. The
Populist State ticket is a snare. It is
an inecnious attempt to lead many of
oar good people into the Rcnubli-
can party two years from now. The
trap has been set, and it will catch
many of the unwary. There is time
yet to avoid it. When you see Fair-
cloth's name on a ticket along with
the privilege of American citizens, of
North Carolinians, to repudiate all
fraud and deception at the ballot box.
Ill UOI.AK I'UOOI" c.i:s.
Necessity is the mother of inven
tions, and so it has proved in this
case. Messrs. Morell and Ferrer,
of Santa Barbara Cal., have had pat
ented a burglar-proof car which is
s aid to be one of the most ingenious
inventions of the age. The frequent
railroad robberies, that have alarmed
the traveling public lately, have shown
the need of some device, and the
need has supplied the invention.
In the Scientific American of Oct.
27th, the car is described. The car
contains cages, opened only from the
outside by the depot agents, in which
are designed to be placed all moneys
or valuables that the train has on
board. There are also compartments
in the car for express messengers to
secrete themselves. The compart
ments are bullet proof, but are so
constructed that the messenger can
shoot from them at any robber who
succeeds in forcing an entrance into
Doors are ingeniously arranged so
that the messenger by a device can
shut in any robber who makes his
way into the centre of the car. The
robber being thus imprisoned, the
messenger can shoot at him from the
bullet proof compartment, through
port holes in the door. With that
advantage the messenger is thus en
abled to wage a succesful war, and in
the end make a capture or get the
blood from his assailant.
The arrangement is very simple
and convenient. It is rot very ex
pensive, as we learn. It comes in as
a thing In need, and will doubtless
come into general use.
Train burglary has come to be all
too common, and railroad companies
the eastern part of the United States
was safe from such vandalism, but
tiie recent Aquia Creek aftair has
taught train men that nothing is sate.
If the car proves a success they
will doubtless be put on all railroads
in a short while.
Ktl'l iJLItAN DOINiiS.
No man of intelligence will deny
that every law on the statute
books, which has oppressed
the people and of which our larmers
have complained, was put there by
the Republican party.
What party demonetized silver in
1S73 and contracted the currency?
What party established National
Hanks in this country?
What party enacted high tariff
laws, put upon the people the
odious McKinley law, and built up
trusts and monopolies to oppress the
great body of the people, and to en
rich a lew men and corporations at
the expense ol the toiling millions?
What party placed upon the statute
books of the nation those infamous
election laws to degrade and destroy
freedom of the elections in the South,
and provide lor supervisors and mih-
tary force at the polls to intimidate
j and over awe the State and county
officers in conducting the elections
of their own officers?
What party voted in Congress
recently against the establishment of
State banks, thereby continuing the
monopoly of National Banks, and
preventing an increase of the currency
which the people so much need?
What party but recently voted in
Congress against the income tax?
The Republican party.
The Republican party has done
all these thinirs. This will not be de-
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...vv. . .nvj jil ll 1 1JUI131 ICdUCia
c ill upon honest farmers and South
ern Democrats to go into a fusion
with this Republican party, when it
1 14 plain, that if such fusion is success-
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! Im, tne result will be the defeat of the
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! 1 democratic party, and placing in
, power again ot the same wicked
t vhich ha ed a the
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laws that oppress us and which have
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brought the country to the vtry
leaders, who are willing to ride into
office upon the ruin of their country.
$10 Keuar.I $100.
j Tl it readers of this paper will be
llea.sed to learn that there is at least
me beaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do
ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers, that
they oiler one hundred dollars reward
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address, K.J. Cheney & co.
13 Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Cooke, the gallant Cooke, will beat j
Buck Stroud in the fourth by nearly i
two thousand majority.
Lockhart will go through with a
whoop in the six Lh, notwithstanding
Dockery's stand ag enst him.
BRANCH is somewhat in danger in
the first district, but it is believed that
he will go through by a small ma
jority. Henderson will be electa! in the !
seventh, Bower i:i the eighth and
Crawford in the ninth, but the ninth
is more doubtful than either of the
Woodard in the Second is thought
to be safe. This is a Republican
district naturally, but Cheatham fs not j
popular witl.1 his race and Freeman
will carry many negro votes.
The fifth is very close. Settle the
Republican candidate is personally
very popular, but Graham is popular
also. Graham will perhaps pull
through with a small majority.
Shaw in the third is having it all .
his own way if the papers tell the j
truth. His is a cbse district, how-j
ever, and extraordinary developments j
may come to light at any time,
is believed to be safe.
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IJn to this writing there are several
caiiuiuaiesi iui nit: .ji-icc vit.iicu uy 1
thWh of the late Senator Vance. I
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They are Capt. Samuel
a .1. ,,
Judge Armheld, Attorney Genera!
Frank Osborne, Maj. Charles M.
Stedman, Judge A. C. Avery, ex
Speaker L. S. Oveunan, ex-judge
James M. Merrimon, and possibly
Col. Frank Coxe. Ex-Representative
W. M. Robbins may also be in
cluded among the possibilities. Th. y
are all gentlemen of at least fir
talents, and two or three have special
qualifications that would make the in
useful and efficient Senators. Who
will lead at the start and who will
come in ahead at the last stretch and
win the much coveted stake is be
yond our prophetic ken. There is
one of the above who would be sure
to rank high in the Senate after a few-
years, if not sooner, unless we over
estimate his abilities, which more
than two decades ago impressed us
as very considerable. He is a strong
man with genuine legislative gifts, or
we ure mistaken. Rut we name no
Any of the gentlemen aspiring will
be a thousand times preferable to any
Republican or any one that the
vicious, unprincipled combination of
conspirators would send. The thing
to be done is to elect the Legislature
and send good men to Washington
who know what genuine, rnud-slli
Democracy is, and will stand by it
under all temptations and suggestions
of alluremant. Sive the Legislature.
It means a" vast deal to No rth Caro-
lina. Lose it and then you will see
what a dreadful curse has befallen
North Carol.na.-W.lmmgton Mes -
There never was a time when Dem -ocrats
should have remained truer to
the Democratic party than now. The
State is in danger of being turned
over into the hands of men who dis
graced it twenty years ago. To pre
vent that all true Democrats should
vote against the fusion ticket.
Arizona Judge (about to address
the jury) ''Now, gentlement ot the
jury why, where in tarnation is that
Clerk "There's a dog fight goin'
on out back o' the court house an'
Judge "A dog fight ! An' nobody
never breathed a word about it to
me 1 If it's all over with 'fore I git
there blamed if I don't tine somebody
ter contempt o' court ! Court's ad
New York, Oct. 30. Seven per
sons were burned to death at 3:30
o'clock this morning in a fire in a
Jacksonville Fla , Oct. 30.
All the union bricklayers in the city
rfrnl.n .1... r,...
uiu-u .ui l)Ci u,ty iui yj
hours work. They have been work -
ing 10 hours at private terms
visited by another fire last Tuesday
mominrr. A nnrt r.f tVi f-rn .VI .f
o r "-wuwU
iorm, togetner witli eight bales Of
cotton was barned. The depot!
warehouses and a part of the platform I
were saved by the latter being cut!
apart in two places. Sixty-five bales j
of the burned cotton belonged to the I
railroad, thirteen to McCain Bros.,!
and two to Rodman, Heath c Co. J
We do not know how the fire origi- j
Calla Lilly, white, pure, and good,
S..ronach sells it. Try some.
WILSON M A I1KKT KEI'DKT.
produce: wholesale pxice.
N. C. Hams
" " Sides
" " Shoulders....
" " Lard
. IS to 210
1 1 tO I 2
9 to 9,'i
20 tO 2CC
iS to 20c
In Scribners" Magazine for November
are many interesting articles, "Elec-
tien Night in a Newspaper Office" is
a very readable article by Julian
Ralph f the New York Sun. He
describes very concisely the laborious
v.'ork in the ofiiee of a New York
11 .1 . r 1 . T .
: tttiiy on ii e mnt alter election. 11
j is a timely ; ititie and one of much
I Besides that there are other articles
ofreat merit, among which we no-
tice "English Railroad Methods,"
The Horse", and others of interest
and profit. Address Chas. Scribners'
Sons, New York.
"How a Law is Made" is the title
of a paper in the November number
of the North American Review by
' Senator John L. Mitchell of Wiscon
sin. In it he describes the progress
of a bili through Congress in a most
interesting and graphic style. Chas.
Dickens, son of the great novelist,
contributes :m article on"Publi; Din
re? : ' . , hlch he contrasts
this .;.'..-..-. c;.i. 1 Lahi.i.ciiia as it ex
isted in the hist generation with those
ot the present diy.
There are others of equal or supe-
rior merit. Altogether it is a very
interesting number. Address North
American Review, New York.
" Review of Reviews for November
is thoroughly up with the hitherto
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uijucni pel iwuiciw. n. icvicw oil
auTont CVCIltS is ne of the leadin2
it.uun.j ui mo iiiadziuc, duel una
n umber is a good history of the events
of the day. "Oliver Wendell Holmes'
is .the title of an excellent article by
Edward Everett Hale. It is accom
panied by photographs of the great
author at different periods ot his life
together with pictures of his home.
There are other articles of interest.
States" is a
The Century Magazine, for Oc
tober, presents its readers with an
unuiually interesting and readable
n miber. It has secured many noted
writers to lend their pens in making
the issues of the coming year one of
notable interest. Among the articles
in the current issue are:
an editorial on tne greatest actor
of the modern stage, Edwin Booth,
also letters from his own pen with
introductory remarks by his daugh
ter Edwina Booth Grossman; a series
o! articles setting forth the character
and eccentricities of Stonewall Jack
son that all old soldiers should read; !
a number of papers on political Re
form that gives all parties food for
serious thought.jThese and many oth-
go to make up this issue while the j
prospectiu for November is none the
less to be desired.
Sax Eraxcisco, Oct. 30. E. C.
Waite, Sec. of State, died suddenly
I' a 1. 1. Rivhr Mass., Oct.
j Xcar,v aU thc resumed Qpera
' ion mof
M. L. Cheiivront
IS Years Vith Salt Rheum
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cave a Perfect
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CLOGGED, ISFLAMED, IRRITATED,
OVERWORKED, or SLUGGISH PORE.
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We have had our Fall Opening
and are now ready to give our
whole attention to the Fall
is one of the best that has ever
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of everything to be found in a
Very Respectful iy.
Miss Bettie H. Lee.
Cobb Building, Nast St., Wilson, N. C.
In front of Cash Racket Store.
North Carolina, ) is thk superior
Wilson County. )
Barnes & Davis,
Jno. W. Gardner, )
By virtue of an execution directed to
the undersigned from the Supeiior
Court of uson county in the above
entitled action, I will on Monday, the
1st day ol (Jet. 1894, at 12 o clock, M.,
at the Court House door of said county,
sell to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said execution, all the right, ti
tle and interest which the said John W.
Gardner, aefendant, has in the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit : One
tract of land in wilson township ad
joining the lands of J. F. Smith, John
w. Gardner, Same warren, and J. D.
Lee. It being the excess after the al
lotment of John w. Gardner s home
stead, containing thirty-rive (35) acres,
more or less. The above sale has been
Kostponed until the 1st Monday
J. w. Crowell, Sheriff.
Aug 16th, 1894.
Valuable Real Estate Sale.
On Dec. 1st, at the Court House
door in Wilson at 12 o'clock, M., I
will sell to the highest bidder the
following Real Estate.
Lot No. 1. A two thirds interest
in the farm known as the "Rountree
Farm" situated on the old Plank
road three miles from Wilson, and
containing 450 acres, more or less,
This farm is in a high state of culti
vation and is considered one of the
most valuable in the county.
Lot No. 2. The plantation on
Nash road known as the "Forbes
Place," containing 335 acres, more
This farm is admirably located for
one who would like to farm and at
the same time have the advantages of
the town, situated as it is on one of
the principal roads leading to Wilson,
and within one mile of the Court
House. It has a four room dwelling
house and all necessary out buildings
which help to make it a most desira
Lot No. 3. Two brick stores situ
ated on the corner of Tarboro and
Barnes streets, two stories high, with
pressed brick fronts, with cotton yard
in rear of stores with a frontage of
150 ft. on Barnes street by 114 feet
deep will go with stores. They are
in thorough repair and now occu
pied by tenants at a rental that makes
them a most desirable investment.
Lot No. 4. One vacant lot cor
ner Barnes and Pine streets 50x71
eligibly located for business.
Lot No. 5. One vacant lot with a
frontage of 50 feet on Barnes street
and 71 feet deep adjoining lot No. 4.
Terms of sale one-third cash, bal
lance one and two years, with inter
est at 8 per cent, from date. De
ferred payment secured by mortgage
PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE.
TERMS SPOT CASH.
On Dec. 3rd., at the Rountree
farm, beginning at 10:30 a. m., I will
sell to the highest bidder six fine
mules, a lot of hogs, about 150 bbls.
corn, lot ol forage of every kind, and
all farming implements, also a 12
H. P . engine and boiler mounted on
wheels, good s new ; one 60 saw
gin and other things to numerous to
At the "Forbe's place" on Dec.
4th, beginning at 10:30, a. m., I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
4 fine mules, 1 colt 2 years old, a
large lot of corn and fodder, and
farming implements ol every kind
usually found on farms of this size.
W. J. Davis, Assignee
of M. R. & Co.
Tests "made by the Alabama Experiment Station and
elsewhere prove conclusively that
I cotton blight. Planters can
; annually by this disease, bend for our pamphlets.
i They are sent free. It will cost you nothing t. re.ul thi-m, and they vi'.l s,
dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, .New ,,t
K .J 9
-Twenty thousand dollars
THAT WILL UK SOLI) AT-
Hard Times Prices.
The prices on these oootls are just as Jow as 5 c:nts is
cotton. Our buyer has been in the northern m.-trkets for
past two weeks looking for
BAR G A I iN S
land we can truthfully say we
We can sell you anything in this line atone-half the renl, ir
price. Women's Grain Polkas that sold at S'--5 vt' an of
fering at 75 cents. Men's Whole Stock Kip Shoes worth
$1.50, at 75 cents. Shoes are low at our store and it will j;y
you to see them if you have any to buy.
D re s s
Our stock of Dress Goods is complete. We have them at
prices that will astonish you. Nice full cloth Calicoes at 5c.
Of course we have the inferior grades at lower prices. Ging
hams from 5c. to 2Ic. A full line of the latest patterns in
Satteens at from Sc. to 12c. per yd. Big line of novelties in
We can sell you a man's suit for $2.25 up to S-o. Hoys'
suits from 75c. up. It will pay you to look at our clothing if
you don't want to buv.
HATS AND CAPS.
All varieties and all prices. You can buy you a hat or a
cap at any price you want one.
COME AND SEE US.
. VAN LR
ViL$UNGTOra r. c.
EYERYT H I SI G .
IbTesct IDocr to tlis TOt Cfzic:..:,
Rowland's Druo; Store has been moved to fvi'Msi; - si l
street and a complete line of fresh drugs ukes i!.u;- .,- t!
old stock. Call at
Hargrave's Drug Siorc,
Next Door to Post Oiii'ce.
o d " o o 'S.Zo'Z o c c c c
vV. P. SIMPSON, President.
A. P. P.KANCH
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
IN ITS FULLEST SCOPE.
SOLICITS THE BUSINESS OP THE PUBLIC
jttMMi. io plain wrapper. AoJress 2V Kit Xtf.H.i:o :o.,aia3ulcTusplc,Cuio-'J
or sate in Wilsou.N. v.,
J. A. POLL A K,
I am oreDared to mnl-e pvcm t-5ni r.f
Furniture, to do Upholstering, Fancy
Carving, and Turniii";.
The -Repairing of Furniture
Give me a trial and you will find my
work satisfaetorv and
J. A. POLLAK,
Next to Farrior's Stable.
prevent the immense lo
wcrth of New Good at
have never been aide to
is Reserved for
M r: : KJ f 0 -r ? ' .-ol -
! Now Stationery.
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KuarantfcU tocurr. u.l ri.'rTnusci.e;!Sfc f.cli us Writk Memory. I.onyil l.i:.ir
Power, Healaolie,Vttkfcitn'sf. J.ot Man 1km hi, ikiiti v I ini-K'iis. Ni r -ne!i.alldrainaodloi!ot
purin OciKranve r.:iii itlivr wx t-.r '
by overexertion, youthful errorn, .vfsivl; iim-.i t"l:;c-C'i. opium r "
ulants, which lead to Intlrmltv. CoiiHunnition or iii-anny. 'ttii lit? i-:irr
vest pocket. ll pcrbox. fi,rr l.y mail .r-imi.l. V 1th a ri.-r
4rive a writtrn ennntntee lnre or rrluml !" money. SoM t '
tyoruKBiBts. k for it. t:iki!
by KtA.'. b: HhltlilNO, iii ugist.
THE COUPER MARBLE WOHKS, g
in, 113 a,. d 115 Rank St., 5
Large stock of finished fti ""
Monuments, Gravestones, t:
Ready for shipment.
Hill prices for Cottoi Seil. ll
Young Uro's. shoes ehe.i;ei tlwU