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THE WILSON ADVANCE: FEBRUARY 25, 1897,
rhe Wilson Advance. lh-' sud: with a.n appPa-
tion sufficient to bnno- it to a
Valuable Molfii Doeumm".
Washington, Feb. 16 Chief Haz-
BY THE ADVANCE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Standard. Ullf Sister j Treas Secret Service
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
V. L. Cant well
N.V I'OLKON'S I N 1)1 (1 KS f ION.
Entered in the Post Office at Wilson,
N. C, as second class mail matter.
ludcre Walter Clark in Go
nTTinr,ninT!AT r T T ? .
,r aey s maaane ior reuruary
One Year Ji.ooi j &
ix Months 50 1 publishes a short article on
Remit by draft, post-office order or J 4.Ti pi,,,Q1vnl Mnnolnn " T-Ie
registered letter at our risk. Always' 1 n 1 11) SICal INapOleon. i 1C
rive post-office address in full.
I CT 4- . 4- !-.- . r r-Krr.l 1 tlt" f1 ill t" TT r !
: , r , nt .1 i recieved to-day from crncers in AeA
! defense, why not Aorth Laro-; 3 w.ntc
: ' ' Y rn-lr ro ctQr-jff r-ttrr-i document;-.
Proprietor, j ' commissions, land patents, old Eng
lish warrants, etc., which, it is alleged
were stolen by young Turner from
the United States Congressional Li
brary. These papers are yellow with
age, and are very valuable. Some
date far beyond 1700 and contain the
autographs of King George II, of
England, of Washington, Adams, Jel
ierson, Livingston, ol British Prime
Ministers and others distinguished m
cites some interesting facts re-
Rates furnished on yarding the physical make up
"Papa," inquired the editor's boy
''what do you call your office?"
"Well," was the reply, "the world
calls an editorial office the sanctum
"Tnen I suppose that mamma's
office is a spankum spankorum. isn't
" annual report
Wilson Home & Loan Association
WILSON, X. C,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELIf.
Office in rear of Court H,,,
P. O. Box 162. U1LS()X X
X F. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AND COlNSFIIf p
NASHVILLE, X. c.
Practices in Xash, Edwcorib, y
Pitt and Halifax coranUV
I T G. CONNOR.
Attorney at Law,
- T T - s-. . v
tortile year ending December 51, 96. t office Branch & Co's. V
' A T ti T I ! C
A. 1. SIMMS
atnnication. : f tU: 1 AA -i is
fiiiiitjir .iriii.iii'.iiiitiiii'iii -
! .... their generation m pontics. iNrui ius on i ond aiui mortsire
v ; : :n xA I tliat IllS marVClOUS orOOCl health I ,,,', ,v;(.,M,P(it hav-l (face value) 546,575 ; j. LvlAih oc Co
, .1 r 41 1 ! t ! 1 r . 11 . ! Loans on other securities, L5i7 25 tlFNI'R I PM'!1 vr'
S'iV'iw th?.,Lnle' ,in;?iwas an mdispensible factor in in recentjv been cut from bocks in ; CasIl on haud and in hankt 1085 ' IV,
t?puimcin.c i j - i ; viiiin iiivy ikhi uv-v.n .
IE w-pANCt r iWaS cal)aL)lc ot &rcat exertions i Hazn says morg than 50001 these
Wilson, N. C.
that he was active, alert and
papers were stolen, but the exact
number cannot be tcld until the vol
umes that contained these precious
literary treasures are examined. The
batch this morning was recovered
through a gentleman of New York
who received them by express from
Turner. Turner's handwriting has
; been identified on the cover of the
For Infants and Children
in it f .l.atJ. U. IliiUMHiidv
Citv of Mexico, Feb. 22 United
. . i industrious that he slept lit-
I he "deadly cigarette bill ; tlc we all know ButJudcre
has passed the house by 66 to Clark ilimsef states that the
cS. It forbids selling or giv- i failures of thc Rlissiail Cam
inrr cigarrettes to minors, for-; j and the 1()SS at Water
bids minors to smoke them loo may bc attributed to Napo
and a violation of die law shall ; leons ;f, hcalth and the fact is
be counted a misdemeanor, that hc dicd at a early
with fine of 10 or imprison-; O(T0
ment for thirty days. It will i c' ntr oe xv.j, ,nc
probably pass the senate. It ! nushcci with success his health!
may lessen, but will hardly j was no doub(. jrootl bllt when
stop the smoking. W ilmmg-1 thc combinations against him
ton Messenger. j )ccainc stronger than he could
..... .. j break when he realized the'
The nerversitv of mankind 1 fnt-ilit-v nf bi nims lii (iiop. I
11 .,1 . . .1 . : . . : stature
IS well Illustrated in tne case OI tion brrnmr vorx- nxurh im- cf
the man who carries mail be- paired. It is always so. Na
tween two points in Virginia ! poleon was human like the
daily, covering in one year a rest of mankind and for that
distance of some 11,000 miles reason his success was more
ior the magnificent sum of one ; the cause than the result of his States .Minister Matt W. Ransom was
cent per year, with a contract ! good health. j selected some time ago as referee in
for four years duty. The small Tin: Advance has an opin- the Guatemala-Mexico boundary dis
pay is due to the fact of his j ion of its own as to the cause j pnte. Owing to the illness of his wife
bidding against a competitor ; Gf Napoleon's downfall. Me j and the improbability ol his staying
who was his enemy. If all had no purpose except to i much longer in Mevico, he has re
mail routes were furnished j build a great Napoleonic Em- j signed the position, and the two Gov
with such cheap services we j pire for the use and benefit of I ernments will select his successor at
might expect one cent post-: himself and his descendents.
.age in a short while. j He desired power for power's 1 ceived a fee
: ! sake. In short his aims were j his labor.
t;,..",..,,.,rv,. ...,,1 r,Ai f ! selfish and against such aims 1 - -
are now at their quarters ore- j die very constitution of the,
paring for the great light j Universe is arrayed. 1
which" is to decide bevond a i It is not a new story nor j
doubt which one is entitled to ; a" old story. We have in the
hold the championship. Cor-! politics of North Carolina seen
bett's trainer, when exercising j several small Napoleons con
with the champion wears a I struct severe cases of indiges
patent pneumatic face protec- j tion, and some, like Napoleon,
tor. This is necessary to pre j ended at St. Helena,
vent Jim from laying him out ; zrrzr. nrju.'m
with broken bones. No doubt j The readers of this paper will 4e
there will be nilich money OH j pleased to learn that there is at least a
thc fight. At present Small 1 dreaded disease that science has been
odds are being given on Cor-1 :ll,k' to slaKfs !, an1. llVlt
, I ts Catarrh. Had s Catarrh Lure is the
j ...v. ... 01 vi i.ii i; :.
49-7 5s P. O. Box 162. VVH mv
Due shareholders, due ins'al-
j JACOB BATTLE,
n m71?S , '3''2 25 COUNSKLOR AND AttOKNI-'KV - r
Due sh.arehold jrs, earnings
4-3 5 33 ; Kocky Mount. X. r
I or rowed money,
Sid)scriitions on Shares,
Loan and transfer fees,
ISiu klen's Ai niru ale. I
The best Salve in the world r,..-r. . if
l::fi j guises. Sores. Clcers, Salt K!"?
; r ever nores, letter, C h.i; ,;; n,,. ;"
071 - Chilblains, Corns and all Skin L:
lb co ( tions. and positively curv I'ih-s r.
97 45 ; pay required. It is' guaraiHeri , !
iy,.T(ji 24 ; pertect satisfaction or money reiVy.'.-! !
"I ; ! i'rice 25c per box. For sa'O lv' "
S44 17 i Har-rave. ' u '
Loaned on mortgagej
" other securities,
Baid on withdrawals, dues
" " " ilividends
Advertising, printing, taxes.
Cash on hand,
v 10,095 CO ;
3 '3 25 I
Till; UtZ.SO.N '.J.HIIvlJT.
3 456 :P
3(K)(,,) i I'OTTKH MEATS.
135 92 Potted Ham, '4 cans
759 93 I " " "
4.5(924 Potted Tongue, '4 "
1,330 S3 j " i
an early d ate, he was to
)i o,roo m 'jOiCi 'or
C nt ral l.-f IIf!.iirii
33,844 17 j Domestic
Stti- nr Wik-rn ru-ni iva ) j Imported
Wilson Count v, )"
W. P. Wootlen. President, and Er
nest Deans Secretary of the Wilson
Soda Crackers, (fancy)
lome and' i.oan Association being : Orange Blossom per btiec,
July sworn, each for himself, savs, that , 'n!,eet L plm)
the foregoing statement and report is : v r Tr Oa'ie assorieo
true in all respects to the best of his ! Mamf', resh'
knowledge and belief. j ?!i;lders
V P W'nnTT.v ' -31 eJ,
KiixrsT I)fn's ' ' " fbnns. Smoked
Sworn to before me this i5tIi'davof; !! !uk5ers -
February, 1S97. i.-le-1
W. S". Harriss, Notary Public, i $ Sl(.ks
Breakfast Stn, s
j " Roast
I " Slew
.vw ork", rerj. 2.1 neraiu savs
thai con. sid General Lee cabled his
resignation to Secy Oiney last nii;ht.
His written resignation will reach! order or Board of Commissioners.
Washington by the first mail from J February l6( 897." ' Mo()RI'" Lk'rll;4t:
I Iavana. j
! f'ORTCIAGF SALE.
"L)nnran Harks Lade ;?) M:il-1.
ctr, !,",,-,, mi Wif.l m I.", .VI .M-rVit I,V
...... ... .... ... w., . ....... w.... ccl-lain nlort
The I'oanl of Commissioners of the
' : " c . . 1 1 1 -i 1
i own 01 v nson navmg (iecHie 1 to en- Strai" ht
large the IJectnc Jaglit Plant oilers 4 Clear
for s.-de a 00 Horse Power Engine. sWcI
The Imgine is in good order and can
be seen at work at Light Station any
night, and will be sold at a bargain'.
Call and examine.
Patent Fiour per bbl. 55.00 to
1 j c:
. v .1
1 ' ,
Irish Potatoes, seed, per bbl. :.Z-
Meal, per bushel " V.
Meat Salt, 224 lb sacks, ri;
Coarse ' 1 10 "
Dairy " 56 " " ,
Molasses, pr gallon, 20 to 4.
Lard, per lb., 6 to 7
Granulated Sugar, per lb, 5';
Brown " ;
11 . 1 -1
By virtue of the newer contained in a ! Jr'i1 vaincvy Hufter,
gage to Boykin & Co. bv r S,:"a .7-a,,ry
and made a jv.r atteaiot at ;givin a O. K. Farmer and wife," and recorded c V t A s
I-Honnnnh w ,s whhout diur one j !" ' S0 ; Vine,
ol the toughest shows that li.'is. ever ! will -i: on 4 hursday, beb. 1 ith, 1S07, 1
. , tv-i t , at public auction to the highest bid.Vr Vversule Soap' P-rcake,
visited Wi.son from beginin- to end 1 :U ht: ourt Housc tloor wiFon N ! - , , " "
it. was a repetition of old jokes i C, the following described real estate ': ' M;,I,;,'1 St;b P,ir "
1 . . . f)!1(. im.icp it 1..; a 1. iUlntehimn " "
only positi e cure known to the med-
k..o iirfinmii) . v..a,um ijl.ms a Muni.- uui me ichs mhi .iuoul ii ir ucuci. .. Tflrl)nrn J M . ,,.,. , . r-, l CIHJ i cOIl S JVe, Itei'lOX.
... v.-fc. JIILWVV'IIII L I I - . J- 1 , '
The Advance notes with i Ullion;l1 i-sease, re(iuues constnuti-1 Shovvs 0f this cias;s should be pn
, . i -ii i i ! onal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure , ., , sP, . . .,
nleasure that a bill has been . 4 . t ,. lnbited. I ne theatre jomg public i
introduced in the Legislature on lhe bood aluf niucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destoying the foun
dation of the 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 power, that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
Toledo, O. IifSold by Druggist, 75c.
Wilson enjoys a good clean perform
ance and as a general rule patronize
them well, but when those come that
prohibit ladies and children attending
they should be given a cold recept
ion. From all accounts the one
Friday night had a good' reception
alter they lett the Opera House.
Eggs played the leading part.
to increase the annual appro
priation of die State Guard
from six to sixteen thousand
This is indeed a commenda
ble bill and should be passed.
No money is better spent than
that which is given to thc mili:
tia of the State. It is com
posed of volunteers who at
times are compelled to sacrifice
business and pleasure to fulfill
.1 IT . ' 1. . '
tneir ODiigauons 10 uie orgam- Many pcople are not av.are thal
- . printers have a language ot their own, !
l espoiKi at a iiiuhh;iil nutiee: (.,,..,, ....
. i 11 .i j unmtel hgiLle to the uninitiated,
to the call lor then services, ;
They receive no pecuniary re- j The flowing "up-to-date" orders
compense for the interest tak-! give an idea of the printtng office
en. True, the annual encamp- lingo: "I .illy, put Sir Charles Tuppcr
raents have been held, but for ' o 1 the galley, and finish up tli.-.t
tile past year or so since the; murder you commenced yesterday.
T .cris1ntiire. of 'So reduced the Set up the rui: s ol i lerculaneum
rnnroortation all tnose ct)m-1 mid distribute the small pox. Lock I m-' ran::,' - v.aiais
n A" . 1 , , 11 T . ,. . , . v.m in brarviim that a I'aith.;.! i;--" H1 s
i)anies that have had ail out- t up Laurier and slide M Cart by into j sa,-:u.:lvn;a win -i:iv y.a a y!.. sr.if- r fro.a
inr were COmneiled to do so ; the hell box and leave the pi alone j any tr:m;,L' cnusf.l i.y a.-.iuiro b!uo.l.
wtie iiouse auo 101 lying and l)emg sit- I ,
natp on 'I'.nriinrn ttr.-nt in ,.ni':i ! '''enda
son, N. C, adjoining the lands of I L I ' n,lson s ;;
II. Hutchinson and ( 1' ir v,,..- I lar
bounded as follows : Beinr.inat M Arm & Hammer Soda, peril), s
II. Hutchinson's corner ' on farboro JVf'fn p t. , , " " 5
street, north-east 2.0 feet to 1 Iutchm- ! ;!Id V?"11 "? lon h 1 lr ' h- can 5
son s corner, east SS feet to O. E. Far
mers corner, with G. E. Farmer's line
210 feet to Tarboro street, with Tarbo
ro street SS feet to .the beginning, con
taining 2-5 of an acre more or less.
The lot now accupied by John Snakeu
burg. Term of sale CASH.
27-2-4t. P.ovkin & Co.
LE OF LAN Lb
By virtue of the power contained in a
decree ol the Superior Court of Wilson
county, rendered bv the Clerk thereof
in the special proceeding entitled N. J.
Mayo, guardian of George Brown, and
Lou Mayo Brown, Ex parte, approved
ano connrmeo iy the Judge of the Su-
1 ' 1
Mocha and Java Coffee
African Java (Best)
No 1 Timothy Hay, per ton, 2o.ot
Cotton Seed Mm!
Corn, per bushel.
W'ung Lung "
Whole Grain Rice
SnfriO iroveuby the stattmcnts of loait- j)erior Court for the third Judicial dis- Cracked "
64 i wO iISg , ira-gists ev,Tyvln':-f, show trict in North Carolina, I shall sell be- r' Pc r dozen,
that tin; le have aa ahidin; coiiliuonce fore the Court Ilo ise door in Wilson, j Cheese, 'barbell's,
in Hootrs .s:trsaj.::rilia. lre.it j N. C, at jnibhc auciion, on Monday " 'ew ork Str
tl-,. 'I V. t si.,-. s.- M I.
provoa by 1113 voluntary state- ! "V1 V4". ,1a, i.v.7, tne iaiai
li! t3S wonts of tli'5:a::li of 1:10:1 an-1 ! described in the petition filed in said
womoi: show that llouu s SarsaiariiLi ac
tually h;es possess
Power hUS Z
hloo'l. upon whica not. uniy ii 'aiih but lae
itsoli ! pon ls. Tii" jrivat
)roceedi!igs, to it : A certain tract of
land lying and b-in;; in Wilson county,
N. C, adjoining ih- lands of j. V.
H.'iriies. I-, (i. i). Barnes, M. IL Bv
kin and others, known as the h-hn S.
Bokin bind, (aaitaiuing -,7-'f acres,
more or It ss, ujior: the following terras:
'I he purchase pn- i: js j,c p:i;t! jn six
e- i':al iiistai i::;,;::ts, evidenced bv the
')es or b(;nds ot the oar' hast r
LannetJ I omatoes
Fresh table peaches
S lb Can, S',
1 10 can
2 ' '
This should not l)e. Th
militia is an organization hand -1 articles on "Internal Punishment."
oijtained else- ; until after dinner. Put the ladies'lbrm 1
ed together for the purpose ol ; Now tins is all simple enoug
nrotcctiiv the State, and it is j translated into EagTish, j
as little as it can do to pro
vide for the maintenance ol
I to press, and go lo the devil and put j flj if
e ; Ir.m to woi k on Deacon Fogg's 9 fej vhrfiy
10 t.-.e cr,:r,niisioiier, ali l..'er::i': inh-r-at
6 per cent per annum, due and
payable respectively 0:1 January first,
I.v,.S, iN.w, Icom, jr.i, 1902 and K'".
Till..- reserved until a; I of said bonds
are paid, and u;.(a) default in payment
of anyone of said bonds, at maturity,
ad said aonus to become due iinir.cdi
a.tely and said land to be resold for in,:
i i)ay;urnt thereof. N. I. MAYO,
ind not! isthOnoTrnelllooa Pnrifior. AiMruiri:ist'. fi. j Tiiis J--in. 2VJ1, 1S97. Commissioner.
, , -, I I'rci.ar.-dn! iy bv c. I. Co.. hondl. Mas. ! Bv Staton ci: Johnson,
nearly so rougn as the reader may j 11 1 . ; .
v ';e-v r
7CC-I R--; N rnCM.'
Iax ui11 a,1,i testament of Lemu. i S
nvan deceased, notice , hereiw.i
a11, J,crs'." having claitn.s a-,
'estate of said deeea.cd top:,
tnem ler payment on or beiVo- p.-
o.ty 01 j Jecemb
A ... I 1 1
' d parties indebted to said 1,:
v.'di please make immedia'e paym
p, T, , W.M. T. Sl'LLIVAN.
1 Ins Dec. 9th, 1S96. Exe r.
Jer, 1097, or thi.-, net
!iead m bar of their r