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i ),u vi!)S( viixis are hereby notified
i ; M;. W. E. CI. nk is no longer
i . uiir nt and we will not
i I-., !.! .i.voiir.t.ii.Ie tr any amounts
;,1 : . him.
Al'YAN.K I'l r.I.lSlllNH; Co.
i!; '.f M'iHis month of October
Mr. W. j. t-'it.'-rald, of Asheville,
i- i ',';.': r.-i.itn v.s in the eity.
Mr. li nry Fanner, of Washing
t :i. 1). C, is in t-nvn tor a few days.
M:. Dr. Slovens, of Clinton, is
, i'.fi; !..r lather Dr. X. B. Herring.
S'.i'onadi's Guilt Edge Flour has
iu ei ii.iv! an tiju il in this market,
I fii .is- -a's Chill and Fever Tonic a
gu.:r.inu: d cure. For sale by B.
W. H..i .grave.
Four mare days to the election.
The knees of some candidates are be
Gc to B. V. 1 Iargrave's for John-
mi's Chi'! anil Fever Tonic. A sure
cure or no pay.
Notice our offer to club the semi
v.cekly World with the ADVANCE lor
one year for si .50.
Miss Maggie- D. Wallace, of Wil
ni'aitor,, paid Mrs. K M. Nadal a
slioit visit this week.
They are here, those goods spoken
of in last week's Advance. See E.
R. G iv'sad in regard to them.
The A'.'VA.x "i: is a reliable medi
.' n f -r advertising. But in your ad.
an ! ilins increase your business.
M v i s B yk:n & Co. have put up
11 .I ig over their store on the
i--.ri.-v ..:t Nasli and Goldsboro streets.
" i.i' tins of the different grades at
h ided School were appointed
!' t na-ter Barnes has had elec
t: lights put in the postoftke which
! is greatly to the convenience of the
i -i ks.
If you want to get full value for
vour money, take the Adnance and
the S.'ini-Weekly rorld, both pa
"is, i 50 a year.
B-.-n Hardy the general advance
agvut. reporter, and general all-round
m n of the News OS-server and North
(!.! ihrv.in. give us a pleasant call
1. 1 S u.-n-'i iy was the d iv adver-li.-td
! r ti. : Repubhean-Bopulist
:., .- , a - ti;; ; in this county, but the
rain j.-.':rd dj-.v:i and the masses
':!. -i't I-:: v. out.
Bast Tuesday the county canvass
a:n v.t :ui end here. Hon. F. M.
;rn.ns was here and made a good
;. - h. li.'hit the I'opulists hard
! gair.t d !r quint applause.
Mrs-. Whitaker, representing the
' ); ;.'.: m's Friend is in the city solicit
ing subscriptions. Cousin Jack
S i: H is no orphan, but he is hav
, ; a gay old time with this charm -!:;
it or. Go easy, Cousin Jack.
W- IK .-knowledge the receipt of a
ii ;--t t ;ii -- Rocky Mount Fair, to
h'-healon November 7th, 8th, and
1 1 i . ( ) w i!eignloring cities are all
leaving us behind in the matter ol
h is. l'erlnj.'j Wilson may rise to
: , o.ci-.ion sometime in the future.
The person d property, consisting
! -ks, pianos books, beds, bed-j
i ; etc , of t ti- Wilson Collegiate!
h r "t n--. r were sold at public auction
0 i'Yi 1 iy last. Many of the things
' ; sold very cheap as the property
" is ivt such as to attract a large
: wd of I uyers.
Mr. Do.me Herring, accompanied
; . his .sister, M;ss Sallie Herring and
R. G. Briggs, left Tuesday for
-iiiiiton, N. C, where he journ-
y 1 1 , v.ed Miss Margaret Bridge
111 ' - ; ;h it jhice. After the ceie-iio-iy
i i , i ; and gro :n left lor a
'; A nli. Miss Herring and Mr.
: !' !:in;ed yesterday.
i gular anual meeting ot the
i i lome and Loan Association,
eh-eiion of officers, examination
i' s ivc-.: , will be held to-night
( ;it House. This company
a va-,t deal of good in our
1 iv an 1 the memnersare to be
1 'al -1 opon the very flatter-
'ti'-i tl siiowing. A new series
'- opjivd on January 1st. If
ave not got seme you shouid
' ae by and by.
Hern ir.l vs. (Ioiipm.
Tuesday night Claud Bernard, of
Greenville, Populist candidate for So
licitor, -o.ike in the court house to
about one hundred and fifty peop.e,
three fourth of whoai were Demo
crats He seem; t j h ive been special
ly m U with Senator J.irvis and took
up a go d dill ot h.s time in trying
to refute so ne argu neuts that th i
Senitorhad used at (ireenville two
or three m ;.t!is ago, but he 1 tiled to
make his points clear.
Bernard said I V.t coun'.ry wis in a
very bid fix, but he forgot to tell how
to get it better. He said that the
Democrats were afraid to discuss tiie
silver question, and made us think lor
a moment that he was not; but he
showed the white leather and dodged
the question about as easily as a gan
der d dges a rain drop. He said
the Democrats were talking tarifl as
if tariff was the salvation of the coun
try, but he omitted to say what he
thought of the present tariff law. i
He then blundered along from one
thing to another until in his despera
tion he drew a letter from his pocket j
and read it. The letter was from A. !
W. Jones, chairman of the Repubh-'
can county executive committee ofier-1
ing to sell him his vote anil influence '
tor $40 Jones was in the crowd
and immediately found his feet. He !
asked Mr. Bernard for a chance to
reply, but Bernard retused to grant
the request, whereupon Jones took
his seat, but instantly arose and stated
in .1 loud tone that Bernard had of
fered him $60 for his vote last Sat
urday, and he declined.
Three fourth i of the people in the
house began calling for Jones then,
and Mr. Bernard was obliged to quit.
I Ie gathered together his coat and
papers and dodged out of the court
house before Jones could get to the
stand. Jones then proceeded to ex
plain himself and occupied about ten
minutes in doing so.
Much Democratic enthusiasm pre
vailed and the Populist meeting re
sulted in much good to Democracy.
Calla Lilly r dour makes bread as
beautiful as flower namesake.
tVuuil:inl lSobbit & Co's. Premium Sale.
On Tuesday last the Premium sale
of Woodard, Bobbit & Co. was held.
The floor was covered with large piles
of the yellow weed.
After the tobacco was all spread
out upon the floor the awarding com
mittee went over the floor carefully
and selected what, in their judgment,
was the best lot of the different grades.
The premim,($25,)tor the best white
wrapper was awarded to Mr. Iredell
Williams; that for mahogany wrap
pers, ($25), to Mr. R. S. Walls; best
cutters, ($20), Lunsford & Lang ; best
fillers and smokers, ($20), Kinchin
The largest number of pounds,
(5o8). displayed for sale, ($20). and
largest clear check, ($20), K. Wat
son a total of $130 in cash premiums
The sale was a large one, there
being a little over 50,000 pounds on
the floor, most or which was very
good tobacco. The prices were re
markably good and should be a card
to attract much tobacco to our mar
ket. Among those fro n a distance at
tending the sale were : Messrs Nathan
Straus, of Henderson; W. B. Brooks,
of Danville; Mr. Henderson, of Dan
ville; Silas Shelboume, of Richmond;
A. M. Seldon, of Richmond; E. W.
Smith and J. O. W. Gravely, of
New York Celelirit ie.
This company of celebrated artists
will visit Wilson on Wednesday
evening next. All lovers of music
should take this opportunity to visit
the Opera House, and by their pres
ence encourage this high order ot
talent to frequent our town. It will
be remembered that a similar com
pany visiied Wilson sometime during
the past season, and after their per
formance the only words of regret to
be heard on our streets were those
uttered by parties who tailed to be
present at the entertainment. If we
would elevate the class of performan
ces given in our Opera House we
must turn out in force when one of
this high class is presented. Let
This company is under the same
management as that controlling the
popular play "Jane" recently put on
our boards. The high order of that
perlv.rmance is a sufficient guarantee
that in this branch they will be equal
ly successful. Frohman only sends
out strictly first class troupes. Tick
ets on sale at Hargrave's Pharmacy.
Waller Henry 'a Spweeli.
Last Wednesday night after we
had gone to press Mr. W. R. Henry,
ol Henderson, made one of the finest
speeches of the campaign so far. He
spoke in the Opera I louse to a good
crowd and held them lor two hours.
His arraignment of Populist leadtrs
lor their duplicity was heartily enjoy
ed by all that were present. He
spoke in an aggressive manner and
carried the war to Africa. Mr. I Ienry
spoke at several places in this county
and accomplished much good, we believe.
Hesol ill ions r Hi-;, .-(-I.
Whereas, It hath pleased God,
in his Al-wise Povidenee, to take from'
us, our beloved friend and si-.ter.Mrs.
Fred A. Woodard, be it Resolved:
First: That in her death the
Aid Soci. ty has lost a inosl
efficient leader; (h - church an untiring
and ever z-alou, w.rker, in a!i its
holiest enterprises; a.i-i -Ji - p , ,r a
generous an I sy np i-.li.-u-; fricnvl.
Second: Tli it her v. : ii
tion in all these goo-1 woiks will ever
remain with us as a precious memory
;uld inspire u to h:gh..v and n b:cr
endeavors in those Christian duties
which constituted her highest pleas
ure. Third: That we tender our hear -felt
sympathy to her bereaved loved
ones in this their irreparable loss.
Fourth: That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the minutes
of the Society, and a copy be sent to
her family, the local papers, and the
Christian Advocate for publication.
Miss Mattie Hadley. )
Miss Mvka Pakxek, I Com.
Mrs. A. S. Coi-eland, j
Pli-nfy iif Kriili,
Heretofore the seating capacity at
the Gr.ided School has been very
much strained, but now there are
plenty of seat. The desks that be
longed to the late Prof. Silas F.
Warren and that were used in the
Collegiate Institute have been bought
for the Graded School and put in.
There art now plenty of seats for all
the students of the school. Some
nice black boards, too, have been put
in, and so that the capacity of the
school is very much increased in
On account of the illness of Judge
Bynum, who was to have presided,
the October term of the Wilson coun
ty coart was adjourned until Febru
ary next. There was a large number
of jurors, witnesses, and such on hand,
at the usual time, but they all
went back home.
No Tumble Down.
It was rumored on the streets a
day or two since that Dr. Freeman
had withdrawn from the race lor con
gress, and hid promised to deliver
his strength to Cheatham provided
Cheatham would agree to support the
Populist legislative ticket. Freeman
and Cheatham have been here and
some caucuses and conferences be
tween their followers have been held,
but as yet no bargain has been struck.
Freeman says that his chances are
as good as Cheatham's, and therefore
does not expect to cjaie down. It
may be that a combination will be ef
fected at the last moment.
If you want the best fl ur buy
.Situation in thix coiiuiy.
Last Saturday the registration
ceased according to law. From the
books can be ascertained very con
cisely the relative strength of the
parties in the county. It is estimated,
after a careful consideration, that Wil
son County will give a Democratic
majority of frem one thousand to
twelve hundred. Outside of Wiis'.n
township the strength of the Demo
crats and Populists is about iqual,
while Wilson township wili go Dem
ocratic by twelve hundred. The ne
groes will vote largely with the Dem
ocrats. TI111I .l..jliil l eelil tf
With the exhilarating s-.-nse of renewed
health and strength and internal clean
liness, which follows the use of Syrup
of Figs, is unknown to the few who
have not progressed beyond the old
time medicines and the cheap sui stun
ents sometimes offered but never ac
cepted by the well infoimed.
Stronach's Gilt ICdge saves lard,
labor, and a life of misery.
AluioM a New York Uaily.
That Democratic wonder. The
New York Weekly World, has just
changed its weekly into a twice-a-week
paper, and you can now get the
two papers each week.
Think of it! The news from New
York right at your door fresh every
three days 104 papers a year.
We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish The Advance
and the twice-a-week New York
World all for $150 a year. Here is
the opportunity to get your own local
paper and the New York World
twice every week at extraordinarily
Once try Gilt Edge and you will
have no other. Stronach.
WILSON Hllt.U'C ;makkkt.
Corrected weekly by Anderson & Jones
2 to 3'i
....2Vz to 6
4 to 6
6 to 10
. .22,!i to 30
10 to 16
. . 15 tO 22)'i
. .22 to 30
10 to 15
...15 to 5
25 to 50
50 to 65
Subscribe to the Advance.
At his home in Cross Roads town
ship on Sutuhy list. Mr. Noel Math
ews. He h id been in invalid for two
years. He leaves a wife and one
At Ashrv'iik, M C , .n S-mr 1 -y
last Mrs. F'riuois Ro i itre- V .i id.
wile ol the Hon. F A. Wo-'dud of
this place. The reauius were br- 1 dit
to Wilson and funeral servi -i h.rid at
the Mitlio lict c i rca 1 " 1 v.i lv-.
My p n iaultei.-, and my heart bows
down with unspeakable s idness, as 1
attempt t pay this tribute of respect
to the memory of my friend. Mis.
Fred Woodard. What words c-u!d
express the beauty and symmetry f
a character I ke hers, that was i vcr
avliin-.d to high and nobie aims? A
devuud member of the Methodist
church, a z;alous worker in the Mis
sionary cause, a faithful teacher n
the Sunday School, her lo.-.s is irre
parable. Though surrounded irom
childhood, with everything conducive
to ease and comfort, petted ant!
adored in her home circle, loved and '
admired by her friends; yet she never j
bee ame so absorbed in her own :
pleasures, as to be unmindful of the j
needs of others. Her big noble:
heart was always responsive to l!ie:
cry of the distressed her kind h ip
ing hand ever extended to the poor,
and needy. She never boasted of
her generosity, for "hearts that are
great beat never loud," but in her
quiet, unostentatious way, she car
ried sunshine into many a desolate
ho me, relieved the wants of many
an humble sufferer; and few, even of
her best friends had any conception
ol the inner amount of good she ac
complished. Often misjudged and mis
understood, she bore it with the
strtngth and lortitude of a heroine;
never saying an unkind word about
anyone, but always defending those
who were unjustly censured. Paltry
gossip, and petty animosity could
never reach her, she was above it.
Her heart was too noble, her mind too
richly stored with kind and genereus
thoughts, to heed anything so base,
and so ignoble. She was the truest,
most loyal, the most sincere of friends.
Weie all the kind deeds she ever did,
a!i the kind words she ever said, the
generous thoughts she ever cherished,
gathered together, and woven into a
gailanj, what a beautiful wreath it
would make; yes, more beautiful
than the laurel wreaths of eld with
which the Greeks arid Romans were
wont to decs the brow of their war
riors and heroes.
"Though 1 leaven, alone records her
deeds, and fame shall never know her
story, -die will st 11 iv- in the hearts
of her friends, a "radiance that per
ishes never," and her memory will
linger with us like the the beauty of
an autumn evening, that has the
fated sadness of dead hopes, and the
tempest clouds of past storms on its
pile, sunless skies and o-i the dead
fire of its fallen leaves. Though fond
of society, and so thoroughly cap
able of erjoy ing its many pleasures;
yet, when sickness and suffering en
tered the thresIv.lJ of her own life,
she manifested a spirit of patience
and rt sanation born only of Christian
hope and experience; and when the
shadows of death were closing around
her and she w as nearii gthe shore of
eterniiy.she was stillposessed with the
c;d n assuranre of unswerving faith
and "sustained and to thed by an un
faltering trust, she approached lar
grave, like one who wraps the drap
ery of his couch about him and I i s
down to pleasant dreams." Her rela
tives, and we, her sorrowing friends,
though ciu died with unutterab'e grit f.
and m:;t. mnded with the gloom a id
shadows of a s.d bereavement, do not
repine; for we know that s-he, v. horn
we so fonill love 1, is it rest, in th.it
beautiful land ' just over the river,"
safely sheltered in the everla.-ting
arms of Jesus, in whose footsteps she
so oitca Walked.
"In that great Cloistei's stillness ami
by guardian angels led.
Safe from temptation, safe from sia's
She lives whom we call dead."
Wilson, N. C
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal cnjoynicr.i when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy lite more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
.'iihiptinjr the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its 'excellence is due to its presenting
ia the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and levers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It lias given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, becauMJ it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggist?-
in 50.-J and $1 bott'es, but it isian
uf;:etnred by the California Fig fcyrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, tjyrupof Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oilLred.
Two first class fifty saw gins for
sale cheap by Paschall & Bros.
Help Young Bro's. fight the Bag
ing Trust by buying your Bagging
e Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets.
ij U .4 i 7 i 't-iiiVj tl !
We wore telling you of In the
last issue of this paper.
2.1 inch nil wool Fhnnels iSc.
-i - . . . . n -
$5.00, $8.00, and
m velvets, 75c. Drapery Sills, 32 in. wide, 60c.
See our line of
ies' Misses' 8
Our stock of Shoes was never more complete.
Child ren's School Shoes, ae 5 to 8, 75c; 8
to 11, 90c ; 12 to 2, $1.00.
Just received a new line of Trunks and Valises.
Men's Black Ciiaviot Suits $5.00 to $15.00.
Our Stock was never so complete and goods were never so
What better do you want than
Banister's & Reynold's Fine Shoes for Men.
E. P. Reed's Fine Shoes for Ladies.
Hays-Partridge Co's Shoes for Misses and
R. & G. Corsets for Ladies and Misses.
Mellville Company's and Knox Hats.
Cluett, Coon & Co's Collars and Cuffs.
Monarch and Pearl Shirts.
Roller Tray Trunks,
etc., &c, &c.
Be sure to see us before buying.
E. 1. Gay.
Corner Nash and Tarboro Streets.
I have opened an entirely new sfOv k ,f
ami in fact every thing ii be found in a
Jewelry Stor. 1 also earry a
fvi'l line of
Spectalas and Eye Glasses.
am also prepared to do all kinds of
11 Fj P A I II I N G
AT SHORT NOTICE.
of work is guaranteed,
At P"i0fq ifr Qnit th? TimCQ
fll liivJ IU LiUll IhC llilh,a.
C.ive me a trial.
Tarboro St., opposite N'adai's Drug
m oa OCH CEALGBS can Mil
yoa macJiltiea tlicapcr i!ian yon can
get clsowlicrc. Tlio NEW ECltJE Is
fciith & tlia (LiJ!.U. ZI3AC and
otlier HIsSi Arm Fall NicUcl PSatcd
Sowlnj KacJiineB for 03 5.00 and np.
Call cn our ceat or wri:o us. We
want your tra.Ho, and if prices, terms
and square desJ ins xvlli win, we will
have it. We c-!inl3?nso tlto world to
produce a EETTEB $50.00 Seizing:
Ulacntno for $50.00, or u better $20.
Sewing IHaculne for $20.00 than you
can buy from us, or our Agents.
THE HEW HOKE SEIISG liCHISE CO.
OaAsm. Mass. Boston, Mass. 28 Umos Square, N.T.
CiiiCACio. Iti. St. Louis, Mo. Dallas, Turin.
bAji i'BAScisco, Cai Atlanta, ca.
FOR SAUE BY
Privelt & CbDicbTclI,
Wlknn N f
HllbUlI, fl. v.
inai nereioiore. worn clone at me
FOR SALE. A valuable house and lowest cash price. Mr. J. II. Parker
lot, conveniently located. Kor will manage for me in place of Mr. J.
full particulars apply to ,11. Lockamy, who has severed his con-
J. W. I5ATTS. I ruction with me.
j Thanking you for past favors and
Think of S' - cents a vard for ' askin a share of 'our future patron
llaKiw 6 for . YounK will save ; ' "' V"' TvSit.
you halt in your ias;gin$ and Ties, j .
Wanted 100,000 bushels Cotton 1 Don't buy old Ties Alien you can
Seed. Voting Bros. j get new ones at Young's.
Nt;vv Arrow Ties and reused Bag-, Go to Young Bro's. lor Bagging and
ging good as new, Young Bro's. i Ties at halt price.
i ii V tl !t v Vt j vA vi)
sn l2 wont vashpicres
t. j ..
'3S " all wool Armures
j All wool Series 40c to $1.00.
$!0.00 per Pattern.
11 01. uo
I BOY KIN & CO.
WIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL
j Siiar, ColTee, Flour, Meat, bard, Star
Eye, Mendelson's Eye, Thomp
son's Eye, River Side Soap,
Wild West Soap, at
IiOYKIN ec CO'S.
Moisford's. (ioijd Ene'c, ; ml Rtrx
I'akinji Powders at
BOYKIN & CO'S.
(" ikes, Crackers, Cheese, N'uls, Can
t's . s, vvc, at
BOYKIN K CO'S.
I We also carry a full line of Cheroots,
TflFfiu Gf&CSS Gdl'd Cllj TdlR
U'i-arelles. All kinds of Snuff" and
IiOYKIN oc CO S.
j Ha' Rire -trav. Corn, Oats, Rice
1 lovir. Wlit-at i;.r.n. ShioStMir
Mill I Ved at
IIOYKIN & CO'S
All kinds of country produce bought
BOYKIN & CO.
Ilavinsr engaged Mrs. I'arkes, a fash
ionable and long experiences dress
J maker of New York City, we are pre-
pared to give you the
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. JjlltCSt btVle UlKl Cllt.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
HATS of all KINDS
Miss Mary Hincs.
Next door to McCraw's cash store,
Having moved mv tin shop to the
! orr's building on Goldsboro street,
ian(i increased mv 'forc; and stock, I
j am better prepared to serve the public
1111 JJUl Idll
BEST IN THE WOULD
It oives us n-rcat pleasure to inform our patrons that the
Princess of Wales Company, manufacturers ol Her Majes
ty's Corset, will have in Wilson on Monday, Nov. 5th,
Tuesday, Nov. 6th, Wednesday, Nov. 71I1, Thursday. Nov.
8th, Friday. Nov. oth and Saturday, Nov. 10th, one of their
expert fitters for the purpose of explaining to lathes the many
merits of Her Majesty's Corset, and the reason why it is
superior to any other corset made in the world.
Mesdames Ouaki.es cc Manning (next door to us), have
offered us the use ol their dressmaking room, where it will
give MISS LLC) YD great pleasure to try on all ladies who
wish it. a pair of Her Majesty's Corsets, thus illustrating'
without doubt, that they will give the most Perfect Satisfac
tion and create a Magnificent Figure.
We trust that all ladies will avail themselves of this
Grand Opportunity to learn what a Perfect Fitting Corset
We desire it distinctly understood that Ladies will not be
expected to purchase a Corset if they do not so desire after a
fitting in made.
Yours very truly,
At I fi
means so much more than
you imagine serious and '
fatal diseases result from'
trifling ailments neglected.
rr T" rd 1 t tin irn c 1
greatest gift health.
If you are feel inc;
out of sorts, weak .
and generally ex
hauster!, nervous, ,
have no appetite
and can t work, ,
het'in at once tak
ing the most rclia t
ineiiu inc. win. Ii is c
Urown's Iron Bit
ters. A few hot- ,
lies cure benefit
comes from the .
very first close it
won t slant your ,
teeth, aim It s
pleasant tu take. ,
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Cad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
W omen's complaints.
Get only the genuine it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamps we
will send set of Ten Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book tree.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD.
H. h. TUCKER & BRO,
Granite, Marble, and Brovnstone,
Kocaa&nts and Heafistoses.
Building Work Furnished at
Short Notice, of Granite,
DOORS, WINDOW SILLS, LIN
TELS AND STREET CURI1S
ALWAYS ON HAND.
310 K. Front St., Wilmington, K. G.
r- v" 1 t ri
Makes no pretentions that are not
supported by its record ; advances no
claims that the actual performance of
each and every machine manufactured
w ill not justify.
SIMPLE. PRACTICAL. Dl'R AILE,
EASY TO LEARN AND
For terms app'y to this office or
Mrs. S. E. Warren,
Wilson, N. C.
i nearly more for your cotton is
what you make by buying Bagging
aud Ties at Young's.
:: Health i
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x a x vyi j
Sole Agents for Wilson.
iiiiii iiinson s
Is lilt- place to i;t I
your iroci-i ius,
noil 1 ; and
lit: us, s tin- new jKitt-nt scali s
tli.it .tii'l riilcnlate the
I'i'st i i .'i article, so that
lii'lM;'.'. ( an- iini.or.hible.
- Made daily.
Don 'l f ry t the .,u 1 -.
C. G. iiUTCIIlHSOK.
Mr. ,. R. 1'a,, ii..!! ..f ti.,: firm of
I'asciiali. I'-ro. Co. in (!isost (l of
his iutcn-.t in tin- v.i-:,..n Iron Works
to Mr. C,. u. !'isti tiic l)iisin-ss
will U- c luhv-i -,I !,!,.:.! tliC ii.-ime of
I'as' ha i. Wins!- :'! ft id. parties
inclfhti (1 to o.:i lirr.i will j.l. as- settle
their iu'cmls ; s early as possiMe as
the Looks inr.st i.e closed cj.
i'.Sl.HA!.I., IlkO. ft CO.
j Trustir. 1l1.1t you will continue to
; favor us with your pairo.iae.
j We remain rt ..spectUiiiy yours.
! I'A.Sl llAf.L, INSl 1CAH ft (Jo.
I JI)M,N1Si l'-A 1 ok's NOTICK.
Having qii.diliei! as administrator of
I!ount Att insoii, de- eas-d, lierhy
iye notice to all persons indebted to
said Atkinson to i:i.:l:e payment t me
at owe, and in all persons holding
clain-s a-ai:.:-,t said i. state to present
them to ns
iv the iirst o! - t.
will be rltadi;J. in hnr u( recover-
in ins nonce
1". j. Hadlv, Adinr.
October 1st, i8jj.
CAN YOU WRITE?
If von can we v.i'! ive you a FOUN
TAIN PEN FREE. Carried in the
pocket. Alwas ready for use. 'I he
Holder is of h.ird rubber, perfectly
formed and finished. 'I lie feed is of
the most approve d pattern, (the same
used in a pen costing 52.00,) insuring
an even How of leakage. The Point
will write and l ist nearly as long as
gold. Each pen is lilled with the best
ink and tried before sent out. NOW
FOR Till: PLAN. Send us 25 cents
in ic and 2c stamps or silver, for a half
year's si!s 1 iptlon to Virginia, a
beautifully iliustra.ed, 24 page monthly
magazine, with excellent information
for the office, parlor, bedroom, dining
room, kitchen, farm and garden, with
just wit and humor enough to drive
away the blues. Don't put it off, but
write to-day, and you will have both
the pen and magazine promptly.
Address Virginia Pliii.isimng Co.,
5-24-26t. Richmond, Va.
I want every man and vamas in the United
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
habits to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address It. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua.
liox 3S2, and one will be sent yon free.
Go to Young's for shoes.
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