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The Wilson Advance i
BY THE AD V A X ClT ? II E I. IS H 1 K G CO "PA N Y .
PUBLISH KD EVKKY T!H IvSDAV.
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Wilson. N. C.
Mav 2, iSqs-
If we could get up a brush with
some little lellow like England, it
would have a good effect on our in
ternal political strife.
The question of money will evi
dently be the issue in the next cam
paign and unless the Dcmocats per
form a miracle they will hardly l.e
able to rive out a plank which will be
clear ol knots and windshakes.
The Supreme Court has decided
to have a rehearing of the income
tax cases, on May Cub, should Judge
Jackson be on the bench as is now
expected. This may result in a
setting aside of the recent decisions.
An Italian Major recently made
the distance on horseback, between
Verona and Pavia; one hundred and
twelve miles, in t'uurtetn hours, in
cluding an hours test. He rode
two horses, not at once, but altern
ately, changing every two hours.
,Oni: of the leading New York ex
porting firms tells the New York
Tribune that their export trade in do
mesitcs has increased enormously
lately, and they are fairly out -selling
Manchester in South American and
Central American markets. So much
for the tariii.
Ax agent of the Standard Oil
Trust has been indicted in North
Carolina under the State law. It it
to be. hoped that Attorney -General
Olney will not tegard this assertion
ol a State's right to protect itself
againsc monopoly as treason. N. Y.
Jfur a ri
-.. jVpuiists say they
Pritchard declare himself in favor of
free silver before (hey electeii him
Senator. That didn't make him a
silver man at heart. As an evidence
of this, says the Charlotte News, wit
ness his declaration that he is for
McKinley for Piesident. Now every
' body knows that besides being the
high priest of protection, McKinley
is a pronounced anti-silver man. He
is reported to have said that he would
quit the Republican parly before he
would be its candidate on a free silver
platlorm. This is probably not true,
but his position is well known. The
Populists support Pritchard, who in
turn, supports McKinley, protection,
gold-bugism an 1 all.
A new era is now being ushered
m, an era of enlightenment, an era of
Education. The people arc no
longer satisfied with the blind leader
ship of former days. They must be
reasoned with and made to under
stand the issues that are set before
them. They are, further more, less
inclined to be impressed by speakers
.They want the lacts plainly stated
and put in print, so they may t ike
the matter home with them, and, in
the quiet of the fireside consider the
subject from its various points o
view, then when they decide which
course to take all the pretty speeches
in the world wont change them.
We are all interested i n this sub
ject, it is to the interest i f every man
in the county, thot every other man
should have an oppoituuity of being
educated in the .main issue's of the
Tin: trouble at Corinio, Nicarague,
seems to deepen The British have
taken possession of the town, only to
find it deserted and closed as a port
ol entry. This means th.it no duties
can be collected and that, should the
English remain in p -session an in-det-.nale
time, they will not collect the
amount claimed by them. It is inti
mated that oilier ports will be suc
cessively occupied, until property
sufficient to pay the indemnity is
found. If the course adopted by
President Zelovabe followed out, the
British will soon be in absolute pos
session of the entire republic. Such
occupancy won't! decidedly embar
rass the I'nited Strtes, as it has been
our policy heretofore to allow all
foreign nations to adjust tbti- differ
ences, in their own way, but it has al
so been understood that no Enrope
an flag should wave over the territory
located on this continent and lying
South of the United States. It is
safe to say however that the dignity
as well as the safety of this govern
ment will be maintained.
LAUnr SCHOOL TABU
JOLLY OLD UNCLE JOSH
ins ;kkat gbnkuosity towakos
II1S NKWI.V M.IKIIIKK NKICK.
A l!.'iii:IK: Kino-e r WiUou in U'lil' h
Ni.mbor of ITomiin-iit ItiiHiiif Men
Take a Very Ciiii'iiotm Hurt.
'Miss Summers Polly I I er
dare j" But the speaker took a
header over bashfulness, only to hear a
"Can 1 aspire to er to that is '
AjL'ain a lapse into silence, followed
by an encouraging:
"Oh. if I might only hope to er to
Another failure of language. It was
seemingly a hopeless case, and might
have been, only for a demure:
"Charley. I have said 'yes' twice, and
if you mean it, I mean it, too, and-
Anri t this dav that vounsr man will
insist that he popped the question.
All this happened away "down east,"
and it wasn't long before there was a
wedding. Not much longer before
there came a letter from Polly's Uncle
Josh, down here in North Carolina who
wrote effusively at what he called
"grit," and he proposed thai if the
young people would locate at Wilson
he would start them up m life as a wed
dine gift, and at the same time give
tli, in .i lot of irood nactical advice Of
course they accepted, and were bid
ding their friends adieu.
A few weeks subsequent to the above
conversation a travel stained party ar-
rived at Wilson. Our friend. Uncle
Josh, was in charge and he led the par
tv straightway to a hotel, "The P.riggs
House," said he "is a tjpieal Southern
hotel of the best class. I have known
P.. F. Priggs for years and he is mine
host after mine own heart. He is en
dowed with that delightful intuition
that makes a guest feel at home, com
fortable. contented, and in mighty
good Kick. The house is one of con
vi inence; the apartments are well fur
nished; the cusine all that a superior
chef and unlimited orders on a market
can make it. I have engaged rooms
here for you to occupy until your own
house is in readiness."
After breakfast," said the old man
'I am ready to go buy your outfit. To
expedite matters I have ordered a car
riage from J. O. Farmer, our enterpris
inir livery man." When the handsome
carriage, with elaborate trappings antl
prancing horses drew up in front of the
hotel, Polly declared it the "finest
turnout she had ever seen." "Yes,"
replied Uncle Josh "the three S's
'Speed, Safety, and Style.' is Farmer's
motto. So young folks when you want
to take a drive, either for business or
pleasure, go to him for - a rig every
"I have already provided you with a
cage for your bird," said Uncle Josh
"and now the first thing we'll look
after will be the furnishings for it.'
Hereupon Polly energetically declarer
that she had heard so much about
" out ten & Stevens that she had deci
ded to go there. The result was that
they were ushered into such a bewil
dering display that the girl was at first
at a loss how to select. Put she soon
ielded to the seductiveness of a mag
nificent parlor suite, a bed room set in
oak, antique finish, that would have
done credit to old Antiquity herself.
To this she added a dining room set
with all accessories, and didn't forget
a most convenient and ornamental
writing desk for "Hubby" Charles
"A pretty good start," said the old
man. "and now we'll go to Geo. I).
Green & Co.'s hardware store."
Here Polly's housewifely instincts
had full play in marvels of kitchen ap
paratus. There is not an establishment
in the country that carries a more com
prehensive stock of household furnish
ings. Every possible piece of kitchen
furniture from a tin dipper to a cooking
range is here in all styles and varieties.
If Polly fails to accomplish wonders in
the culinary art, it will not be for want
of superior cooking untensils, for she
purchased a Majestic Steel range with
all equipments needed in a well regu
lated kitchen, besides a White Moun
tain Ice Cream Freezer.
"Let's see I promised you a gold
watch, didn't I?" queried Uncle Josh
of Polly. "The place of all places in
town is J. G. Rawls." Thereupon the
old man gallantly acquitted himself of
the promise and then directed Polly's
attention to the superior stock of silver
ware carried by this house. "There is
no other such house in town." said the
old mn, "and I will guarantee the
quality to be the very best. Pick out
your family clock while here," he ad
ded "Mr. Rawls carries a magnificent
line. Don't forget another fact," he
continued, "if ever you unfortunately
need optical goods, this is the place to
"Halt !" commanded uncle Josh, as
they got up the street in front of the
Wilson Drug Co.'s handsome store.
"Walk right in." "Why Uncle, we're
not sick, and" "Guess I know that,
but I suspect it won't be long before
theoting man begins to take an in;
tru st in matters of paregoric and"
"U-n c-l-e!" "Well go in anyway.
You must not think of going to house
keeping without a box of Regular
Liver Pills." Charley said he had
heard of he Regular Liver JPill before,
but didn't know they were manufactur
ed by the Wilson Drug Co., "yes-sir-ree,"
replied the old man "and it's a
mighty popular pill, too."
Don't forget," added Uncle Josh,
"to come here with your prescriptions,
as Dr. Anderson and his clerks are
competent pharmacists and use pure
and wholesome drugs."
At this point, somewhat to the con
fusion of Charles, the old man indulged
in a half serious criticism of his person
al appearance. "You are decidedly
off style for a townsman," said he, "and
we'd better go to Walls P.ro 's."
"After Charles had left his measure
for a late style suit, selected from the
piles of fashionatile suitings that cover
the tables of this establishment, Uncle
Josh declared: "Now you will look a
newly married man."
While Uncle Josh was pondering
where to go next, Polly suddenly ask
ed : "Uncle, where can I find the lead-
iug millinery establishment? "Just a
block up the street," remarked Uncle I
Josh, and we will visit Mesdames
yuarles& Manning who by the way
& on hand one of the most complet-
est stocks of millinery lo be found m a
he State. You can g-t what you wan:
there, the latest styles and lowest
nrices being her motto. These ladies .
have the i xpeneno; wue:i guarant
you have a ining "I .uei ivi-im
to the dictates of fashion an 1 the satis
faction ot knowing your work has !nr:i
done by a competent rr'.ist."
Being now somewhat fatigued the
old man sugg st a resort to c.,me place
At the refreshment table ihe old man
waxed philosophical. "Never neglect t miss calling at trie Cash Racket. ! de
vour larder," said he. "That impo: - clan- Manager I.eath is the best man
tant adjunct to housekeeping controls t
masculine temper. To that end you
must patronize a grocer on whom you j
eal! depcnJ for honest goods. 1 hat j
found (i. T Stronach perfectly reliabh . i
You will find him a careful dealer, ab J
ways sto-kt d with every possible thins j
in the line of fancy grocer'u-s. fresh and i
first-class, no shelf worn goods there f
while the prices are do. n to brass
"Yes, and while we arc- on this ini j " You'll waul the news every Week ,"
portant topic of gastronomies, we nius, i s.id Uncle Josn. "and this is the favor
not forget meat. It goes hand in h'tiio j ite paper of the town, I'll subscribe."
with bread. Now to locate a meat
dealer where you can get fresh meats
at all times, II. II. Hutchinson is the
man to supply you. He is the boss
meat dealer in the city ma.-kei, and is
popular with everybody who is particu- j
lar to have the best. The reason for i
this all is because he is very careful j "Harry Hassett" which Uncle Josh had i .';' K'ng Solomon wis alive he
in the selection of Ms mca.s and gets j ordered up from the "Star" soon re- li:nv s.iy: "Goto the travd-
the freshest of everything To lee j vived them into a cherry mood. inct- j jo learn his ways and be wise."
your 'Hubby' in a good humor buy j dentally, while enjoying this sparkling i Mr. C . 1'atteli, a Cincinnati travel
your meats of II. II. Hutchinson every j beverage, after warning the young! Jug in.tn wa.i rtpn:-sentirr,r the Queen
"Yes, and I nmt have
erv, Uncle Josh," exi
iiiic station- i
"Yes, and art m. atrial," interrupted
the old man "I'll e.ury yoa to the
Advance Stationery store. You'll find
many articles indispensable fur the par
lor as well iis the library there, and as
for variety lla y hae an unequalled
stock.' Here Polly's purchases iaclud
ed miscellaneous f mcy station ry, ;;!'
the latest magazines, periodicals and
such. Polly remark? d to the generoas
old uncle. "Why 1 don't k:,o-,v v. hen to
quit buying. Tl.ts firm sells such nice
things, and Mr. C'amw e'i, ih - n. mag,tr.
is so accomodating."
"Now young man let rae give you
another pointer," r.-maieed the j;etr r
ous old uncle in the. ma;t..r ot insur
ance," he continued, "that is of impor
tance. You will want a hwiKk-r's risk
on your new house, and f.re, li.J'tn'avj
and tornado insurance on your farm
property, its better to be safe than sorry
then you cant do a more sensible or
satisfactory thingthan to give your wife
a paid up policy in life insto;;;,. r a,,,j
take out accident policy for youiself
My friends Woodard & Whitehead not
only have lines of the solid, st and best
companies, but are evpert and trust
"ILij about the plumber. Uncle?"
inquireit""Poi!y. "Yoti remember you
said you wou M r ft'Miv.i, t h . t "
"Jess so, iess so. and we s'uan' wlsa ve
any botcher do the w .vk tithe. IT
go look for Alex OuarSes. V'' ' go"
to have water pipes put in."' $?;tei
heater, besides other sanay fixins
Mr. Ouarles und . i stands thoroughly-,
and observes, 1js !y the hygieiih
laws guarding agaiast dangers. You
can alwavs fee! sale about the; !vua-
men like Mr. Ou;n!e;
and his employes have chute the iob!"
The aforesaid got the contract, and won
Polly's praise for his t x..c"ent work
"Law sakes!" suddenly exclaimed
Uncle Josh, "all this trading
me !.. for
round town has
get one of t!
reaicst essentials to
future existence. I have heard :t said
that newly married folks could live oi:
love and scent ry. but an old man of
experience knows better. Your table
would look slim without bread; 'it's the
staff of life,' you know. Polly you
must go to the Wilson P.akir.g Co..
their bread, pies, cakes antl nick-nacks
are conceded by all to be the finest tm
earth. They are noted for fine wed.
ding cakes and ice cream. Remem
ber, Charley, there is no use of your
'ootsy tootsy' botherinc herself much
about cooking so long as there is a
good baker in tow n.
At this point, Uncle Josh was again
noticed to examine his bank .uvo'int
rather lugubricuisly . "1 d "dan he
exclaimed my balance is almost ex
hausted, I'll be compelled to go right
back to the First National Back to set
Mr. Warren anil negotiate a loan or
draw out part of my stock " The old
gentleman was more delighted thur,
ever to find his money ready with f
per cent interest in the bargain. Unc'e
Josh knew a good thing when he saw
"Lhicle if you w--::!d get Charley to
shave and have his hair cut in the
latest style, I think he would look
perfectly grand. Well, I w as thinking
myself that it would improve his ap
pearance. Come we will attend to that
at once, here is H. T. Hansom's shav
ing parlor, next door to Poykin & Co's.
Ransom always has a kten razor and
you can get the easest shave antl the
best haircut in the latest style. He has
Etl Mitchell with him, one of the best
barbers in the State and Ed w ill treat
you politely as well as giving von a
first class shave and hair cut Yon had
better get one of his tickets, or he w ill
shave you by the month as yon like.
"Buying so much, in one day kinder
addles me," here broke in Charley,
who had been keeping quiet, "but if I'm
not mistaken Uncle, you've not said
anything about "Happy thought,
my boy, glad yon mentioned it. Right
across the street we'll find Mr. Wiley
Corbett, a new concern, but a dandy
nevertheless. They ran supply you
with a "heat reduce : " as weil as a fresh
supply of ginger pop, s.irsapai ilia, aie
and beer lor family use When you
need anything in that line just send
down to Mr. Cornell's office on Gold.--boro
street and it will be O. K.
"When van get rei.lyt.i build your
house I have spoken to my ,,i j fYi..-nd
Silas Lucas about furnishing you wish
brick. Silas makes the finest brick in
Carolina or Virginia and will do what
is right by you. Also in the matter of
wood he is the man io see about that
tOO. Nobotlv's WO.nl !,:im niilt cr,
well as does his, and he always givts
full measure "
Uncle iosh was now ..n,,vci to
know where to go ikm when Pobv
ever on the alert, saia sometning aoour
piano. I he om man looKtu at n.-j
-ban booi. a little doubifuiiy, out or-
, ... I I i..:..,..
eereu me .iiiin io ... .uj. j. i mta.
L.-a euu-ring ;ie told her that he had
r.over Pianos. Chicago Cottage Or
i, ;it.d .iiii aca', instrut.ients of all
k ind.sas well as the New Home, and
Sunc!arJ seeing ni.u lines.
' t :.;.- .' it e .-f uint has got her head
s .1 on a planner; see if you can fix her
out." Hefoie leaving she also purchas
ed an avtoharp.
vVeli" said Tncle Josh, "the trip
would not ie complete if you weie to
to select a stock I ever knew. You go;
ivto his place thinking you only want a j
paper of pins and before you ,.'et out I
you h.-v to U:riew a nark t Uuket to j'
I ike home the b ugains you r-ive ;
l-oi-ght; everything is so cheap, ju
n half th-.- eo.st at any other stoi e.
Oon't lorget Polly, sav e inotuy by
paironi.mg the Racket.
i'.n route tor their home ih- gentle-
ir.e'i called at the Advance oin. e.
Upon rvjoining Polly she. began to
volubly express her thanks. "You
have bought us everything," she ex
claimed. By and by the party reached their
home, somewhat worried, but a bottle
of choice "Canadian Club" and one of
folks ;ins: ih
rence in drr.l:
ils of over iiidul
Irr.l: of anv kind. Vouch-
j snfed tii-; information- -t hat on remm
J occasions, v ines would doubtless be
j necessary, also to have something
st:iei! pare abom the house for medi
cinal purposes, you know , and in such
event, his friend J. U". Gardner was the
pr per person to apply to for these ex
tras And any one who tonld have
set n the ma l met in which uncle Josh im
pute.! this information y.ai would have
'eft sure thr.t he iiad quite a friendly
f.e'ine f-r Mr. Gardner. Charley too.
was n- -i . .. to take a decided huerest
in this ; .ii lee oid man'., r a: i: !.
no;; M -s
s. 1:1 il.
It is 'Villi deep 1 ..;vt 1. that we
chronicle the f,ci, that, owing to ill
health. Mr. Hiount has been forced
t give up his labors 111 the journal
ise -'eld antl we trust that he will
speedrlv ncov'ir. The tatf of the
Mi:: or h is: been drawn upon from
time to taue until ail the young
blood t; .s bi.cn exhausted and now
its original owner finds himself un
able to meet the demands made upon
him by the paper and his legal prac
tice. Persons who svnvcit'ii:-. with the!
aba ted will rejoice with I. K..Ca:.ier
oi 155 ;!arriso;i street, Kansas City.
He is ar. old sufferer from inflamma
tory rheumatism, but has not hereto
fore been troubled in this climate.
L ist winter he went up info Wiscon
sin, and ;n rosisequence has had an
other ait n k. "It came upon me
again very acute ami severe,'' he said
' My joints swelled ar.d became in
ilanuai; sore to touch or almost to
look at. Upon the urgent request ot
mv moilier-iii law I trietl Ch miber
lain's Pain Hain: to reduce the swell
ing and ear:? the pain, and fo my
agreeable surprise, it did both. I
have used three fifty-cent bottles and
believe it to be the finest thing for
rheumatism, pains and swellings ex
tant. For stile by E. M. Nadal.
;oi a Dvirt-
Southern farmers should not be
deceived by the present strong col
ton markets, and the recent advance
in price of this staple, into putting in
any inaeascd acreage of cotton this
spring, or e?ven as much as they did
last year. Many people in the South
and especially the farmers, think I hat
the bouth produced in 1893, a very!
large coin crop; it was a gootl crop !
compared with the crop ot' but 1
it was fifty-two and one haif million J
bushels less than the Southern crop !
of 1 89 1 , or if the South had raised as !
much corn last year as it did in 1891,
it would be thirty million dollars bet
ter off The hog and hominy policy
for the South, is a good one to keep!
in force this year. bo-uhpoi t l-eael
Salem, N. C.
All the Ills of tho 8eeeon Cured by
"In tne ppriijg I was all run down, my
appetite was poor, and had severe head
aches. I was also afflicted with liver
and kidney trouble, Indigestion and
constipation. A friend advised me to
take Hood's Barsaparilla. I did bo and I
began to feel much better. I could
Bleep nights, and
Enjoy Cood Rest.
I also began to eat more and my :iood di
gested well. I have now taken over
seven bottles and everybody tells me I
am the picture of health. When I felt
bo badly I weighed 110 pounds, although
Hood's '? Cures
my usual weight had been 130 pounds.
I now weigh 155 pounds and I owe it all
to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. Lencha
8. Bemob, Salem, North Carolina.
Hood's Pills care Coiutlputlou by restoring
the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal.
J . - JS.
I lf J Poor
jM lit '1 Health
The only part which our Govern
ment can properly take is to lender
the "good ouices" of the United
States in a-busting any remaining
! difficulties, japan lias fairly whip
j petl its big antagonist and is entitled
t the terms exacted hich are not
-o - c-. ere ai wa settlements go in like
tase. The protests of Russia, Ger
n;ir y a.i! France are purely seinsh
,-nJ .-.t.'i t y impudent. The United
Staves has no place :noog these
vvovJtl-be bulldozers. N. Y. World
- .. .i
' h" :,ii""'"t v"tn "' '',;lf"r'-
The meanest man lives in Ou il
lrj je was bothered by rats
, . ); t, . A f n
little rats, and rats ot
.ai d hardly knew what to do.
j La.-1 week he took a deep told and
j kxst all sense of smell. Then he got
' i .1 i
a iol o. lou-ii ou rata anu pun-ei n
about i.is house. Soon unpleasant
od.as arose unfci his family could
scircfciv stay in the house, but
he vas all -i-V. be r "loYt smell
lor be is
about to t ; id ot the pests even if
in doing so his family have to leave
home. Greensboro Record.
City Printing ink Co . ;.ftt r suffering
intenv.iy for two -r i!-:-ee days with
lameness of shoulder, resulting
from rheum-tti.-tm. completely cured
j it with two applications of Chamber
lains i am halm. I his remedy is gain
ing a wide reputation for its prompt
cures of rheumatism, lame back,
sprains., swellings, and lameness. 50c
bottles for sale by E. M. Nadal.
I'rortrt-Oiig un lllil ii.tl itli '.
Pennsylvania has been for years a
great protection State. In one oi
the town-, there the girls- have organ -i
-.c! a club which boycotts boys who
go out ..
the home-kiss market to
!'m oilier lilaces. Thev
that tin: home article should
the pr ie-e-c ever the iinport-
ed W Imt .-!; :li . i;it.
S Tidey Sd:foi Teehei (seeking
to impress the necessity of faith)
''And what was the one ihu.g Jonah
needed to make him sab??"
ibiuht scholar "The earth."
"They've each got a touch
orm-s.-iuie m their tempers."
U that so.' Then they ought to
"ak' ' S''e-d match." New York
if fs - -v
w. r i
Dark, yellow, oily, niothy skin, pim
plos, blackhcaiii, rouehnesa, redness,
dry, thin, and falfing hair, and ainiple
b.itiy blemishes prevented and cured
l-y tho eelil ratiit
The most effort i ve ssiio pnrif yltg and
beautifying soap iu ttio world, as
well as purestand sweetest for toilet,
bath, and nursery. It U so beeauso
it strike at the cacf-e of most com
I.lezionul ilirtiiguraiiong, viz.: the
eix)nc.nr. i?;rLAMKi, luurrATED,
ovEHwouKEO, or SLcaoisii 1'tUtE.
Sold throuehout the world. Poms Dmro akd
! Cincv. t'aiiP., wile propru-turs, Boston. "All
j about the tiuod.Skia, Sculp, and lluir'maiiud freu.
means so much more than
you imagine serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift health.
If you arefeeline
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at once tak
ing the most relia
medicine, which is M
crown s iron nil-
ters. A few bot- M
, i.. v. c. m 1
comes from the
very first dose if
van' I stain your 1
tt,tk a ,. a ; , 1
pleasant to take.
Kidney and Liver
Cnnctintinn n.t r, 1 j '
Malaria, Nervous ailment
Get onlv the t-iM:ir-. it V,-,.- 1 1
Hues on the wraoper. All othorc ,,K
stautes. On receii.t of two w. stanim
will send set of Ten Beautiful World'. C
. on . icwi ar.u doojc iree.
BROA'N CHEMICAL CO. BAtTirjlooc un
j an &
ADVANCE STATIONERY STORK. COMF TO Si-K f
. 1 c . p
&SrtHEMEHiCMI TOBACCO COf'-S
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES,
A Certain Sife and Effective Remedy for
SORE, WEAK and INFLAMED EYES,
JPyMftifinff Ijon-j-Sig htetlnesa, antl
ltestoring the Sight of the old.
Cares Tear 3)rops, Granulation, St jo
Tumors, Ued Eyes, Matted Eye Lashes,
AND FRODCCINO QUICK RELIEF
AND PERMANENT CURE.
A730, wisiatty -Oi--l.iii 1 lion ii4mI in
aiImt rn!ll', mik'Ii n tlrrit, tVvr
Nri"i, 'i'lsmnrN. Malt Kht'iim, BurnN.
I'ilfH. r lierevcr Inflaiiimnilon exitttn,
Miri'lIKIX'M NALVK may b hmmI tm
SOt D 3V lt 1.ii,iitiiSTS T 25 CENTS.
.-..Is..! j i-- in ;..-.y
t ..,-!r i :.r '.. t!:' inniioiuc
'. :.e ini- ni.-.li. ii:c
r'OR CMILOMEZN "
lift il. v:u? fifty vc;us ago.
: r vi:r .Ini. -i.-it or HtfH-ki'i-per dot's not
!' i it. Mini VV. for tnt' imt Hi to
. A S. r REY, Baltimore. Md
Don't forget that the Plate Glass
Front on Nash street (opposite the
Court House) is the place to get
everything you need in the way of
pens, pencils, paper inks, in endless
We have a line of dress goods in
crcpons. duck, organdies, lawns and
pique at unheard of prices. M. T.
The latest shades in crepe tissue
all colors at the Aia'ance station
ery store. Nash Street opposite Court
r. r. i. r. v.
Pens, Penholders, Pencils, Paper
and Printing all to be found at the
Apvanck Stationery .store.
Miss Florence Taylor is with us
antl will show you through our milli
nery department M. T. Voting.
For lennis b ills, nets, rackets, and
general supplies call at the Advance
Don't forget the 5,000 pair of
men's and hoys pants at 50c a pair
Art material of all kinds for sale at
the Advance Stationery Store.
Ladies come and look at our mil.
liliery, hats lrotn 25c up to $3 at
Ladies slippers and Oxford ties
from 50c a pair up at Voung's.
Envelopes and paper cheap at the
Amvanck Stationery store.
Nice line of dress goods with trim
mings to match at Voung's.
Nice line men's summer shoes in
black, and tan at Voung's.
Our clothing runs from $1.25 up
to 2o at M. T. Voung's.
Some beautiful pieces of silver are
on exhibition at Rawls.'
Still closing out our line of Prince
Albert suits. M. T. Young.
Pencils and pencil tablets for schoo.
Straw hats for men women and
children at Young's.
Children spring heel shoes from 75
cents up at Voung's.
Orinoco Tobacco Guano is king of
the Golden Belt.
Do look at M. T. Young's silk for
ladies shirt waists.
We will sell you snurt at 2,5c per
pound Young. j
Examine M. T. Young's big line
Men's new st vie netdiuee shirts at
Ol: ng S
j Alpine and Derby hats, at M. T
int.- pceness snirts lor sa e at
TU. 1 , .
' Clothing at half price this week at '
n nice negligee snirt tor 50c at
A T ! , . r
New line straw hats for men at
1 oung s.
Children Cry for
' . ..'.je .. ; . -it tfiiit-ilv :"r
: ';' !: .i:-.fS'!.-is. '1
Purchase only such fertilizers
least 3 to 4 actual potash.
For Corn, Fertilizers should contain 6, Potash.!
Poor results are due entirely to deficiency of Potash.
We will gladly send you our pamphlets on the Use of Potash.
They are sent free. It wiU cost you nothing to read them, and they will swe you
dolUrs. GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 Nassau Street, New York.
SPECIAL GRAND OFF
. . . IN
We have made special arrangements with J. C. l.i ki-ni k cv ' ,.. tii.
eat Wall Paper Manufacturers of New York, vhercl wo arc .tl.J.. u jJ
flolkr our .subscribers the greatest
papers at about Hie cost 01 protiuciion. r.Hiiipt.s ana iii'iu.u ikiii
how many pieces of paper a room requires and how to h.u paper, sent
S (xft- mi ai.nli.atiiin. See these prices: Sc. per rull; (.t ltis, :j ; t 1 n 1;
C! . '.' , , r ,.!..
tmnosseti ijouis, Z5C, loniici ij
o( Ww Yt:rL As this olfer onlv
pi should make your selections and purchase goods .it once. Orders s. t:t H
J J, If. UUrCSS ail tuuilliuiiieauuiw j 1
I I "
WHEN IN NEED
Either printed or
A Pointer On Stallone
A VERY ATTRACTIVE LINE OF
Papers, Pens, J)enlioMers,P(gls
As well as many other articles my In: fount!
at our Stationery Store.
Plate Glass Front
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
WF. HAVE MOVED OUR STOCK .
Millinery Fancy Goods
to the large brick store corner Nash
and Tarboro Streets, and are daily
receiving new and elegant styles of
all goods in our line. We cordially
invite the public to examine them.
By fair dealing and low prices we are
determined to merit the patronage of
the public. Appreciating past pat
ronage, we are,
MRS. E. A. HIKES ft GO,
WILSON, N. C.
I have opened a dressmak
ing establishment in the
rooms over the oid Voting
Store 011 Nash street and
will be pleased to have
those wishing dresses
MADE OB CUT
call and iive me a trial.
All fitting done
BY TAILORING SYSTEM.
Mrs. Edith Lautenscblager.
OPPOSITE' MWlfJS HOI'SK.
THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 ai.d 115 Bank St.,
Large stock of finished
Monuments, Gravestones, cic2S"i
, . - .
iteany ior snipmeni. ?-w:w
Designs free yi
i Hard Times :H
!iit Mi.-pi llo r I
:i.i I- hi iii.t.
11 Wihtumth .lf:'i.t. I'lT
Cnrtcli-n w VAll
4.2 1 1
fat Com. IV-tfc.n nd IV.nu:.. n Si:5..".)
Trnckinc lir a.i.1 l-'.-t I t..Vl
OaU. T. acco and Fruits - li.l
AlioMnrute of PottU. Kninit S'u!t-.l"sl P.rtasu. I!..-..
Black, Nitrate Sjda. in larg" H:ii.ill quanl rwt.-i
two 2a. atampa t.ir cire'a V. S. V V. 1 .1. V ( (I .
Fertilizer Mannfaotnrarg. It.tltl,iru ,!u.
Attorney at Law,
WILSON, - - N. C.
Office Branch it Co's. Bank Building.
rOUSE AND LOT I OR SALE !
i Five Rooms and Pantry; iot high antl
dry; well drained; good well of water.
iniormaiion, apply 10
for cotton which contain
opportunity 't diiv 11.:.; 11 j;.;hh- tv.iii
I ......i 0...1..0 ,,....1 ! , il,.. . t;,.. y
-n.-.i ,,v.-. t.-.vx. ... ... ... ,
holds o-ood hr a limited 111:1c, v :i A
AD7AKCS PUBLISHING COMPANY, .9 H
bhnk call on us.
I'y virtue of ti decree of the Superior
Court made in the civil action u herein
"alvin Williams et als were i'lamtitls
and K. W. Wyni: was Defendant, 1
will sell at the Court House door in
Wilson on Monday the ilh day of May,
1S95 the following described propeilv
in Wilson county, Toisnot U nship: one
tract of land adjoining the 'amis ol
John Dawes and Catiu riue t'obl,, con
taming twiil y-fivc acrt s more or 1 s1..
it being the laud of which l.nt y Ami
Wynn died seizetl. One o her triMt
of land, adjoining the lands ot )o!ni
Sh-np and Kinchin Edwards, ton:.. su
ing thirty acrt s more or less I In ing
the land of vvhiih .Winy Sliih
Wynn died s. i d. i t in:'.: t v,e
third cash balani '.- payable N"ottii;:,i
1st, 1K95 with (' per rent, iii'i r--!.
S. A V..! ai. i,
oiiiiiussH iii r.
F. A. K S A. Wo"H.kK
'A K AKK DA! I V !c! ( i ! I
A I l;I.S!i LINK !
o )i inn
COMK AND : I- ! IS i:l ft Hi i.
MAKINO V(H k HASH
-I k i n ;
BETTIE H. LEE.
A.COJ'. HA ITI. I"
ATTORNEY AKD COUNSELOR AT LA',V.
IKK KV MIII'XT, N. :.
Circuit: Nash, F.dgt combe and Wilson
5 4 3 m.
Higlest Standard Fancy Poultry
I have as tine as any in the
GIANT BLACK JAVAS.
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS.
PURE WHITE WYANDOTTES.
Eggs lor Hatching $1 per 15 this Season.
KAIlt IIA1C1I (il AKAMtKM.
IMPROVE VOl'K HTiK'K.
F.tiG.S IIEADV KOK DEI.IVF.KV.