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"LET ALL THE EltDS THOU AIMSV AT EE THY GUKIRY'S, THY GOD'S AMD TRUTHS."
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
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WILSON, X. C MARCH 11, 1897.
Pou you intend buying
; ,. for --ill thru we are agents
;)i- I lie C'.;i,Iratecl
!!nh will I'nicticf I.;nv, the Kniviicr in
lioxti.n :im1 the Littler in Vnl i n t c ,i.
Washington, March 3. Secretary
Oiney has definitely concluded not
to accept the professorshib of inter
national law at Harvard, tender. l
him by President Kiiiott, but will
FAK.M AM) CiARDliX. DIRECTORY.
(- f p p. HIS (f I H ': rume Ir.s law practice in Boston, in
KJ) $Zi JW.W .U INI the course of a month. He intends
All home! when all elsewhere is dieary,
When v. e are most heartsore and weary, 1 everything that can be convert-
Whal )!. ice beside is lialf so cheer Jed into manure cheaply be added to
As home, sweet home! j the manure heap deigned lor ue m
I Uere ;:u;.-)!,;".':t " b-t- nr., ,-m'i:
mix :u ::i: nr i u in.
!. k".:. vk.! :
t wheel on
to remain in Washington for a week
; alter the inauguration.
' L Secretary I Ierbert expects to locate
No trouble to show you in Washington to practice hw. Air.
its superior qualities. ; Hubert will take as a partner his
r.M-nn-- ! son in law, Mr. Pen imin Micou.
o airrv a select stock ot Mr. Micou was oracticino- law at
i . f rti 9- A ,p. l ! in!iton Ala., when the chief clerk
GrOCiVCry, UidSSVarS & W0C61iGS.j ot'lbi; Xavy Department died and
r Tri . , it- .
;s a call before YOU mu "-r'rt muueed mm to tase
j it unte! the close ot this adminstra
K. iialUV Ov U.J
The Bargain Store. !
For-eifal !ia!f of lilc's re
W'e are at. rest.
-t nie-'nt, win a honi
Irorn wta'K; re-
We :-ee atar a hriht liht burning,
In haste ue seek tl.e shortest turning,
: A farm without an orcliarci
1 ell. ' For selling the l.rm a th rift v
I yotme; crcharil will be bnmd as ool!
' as a real estate aent.
j The larmer's i;;irden is the m-:t
j pr(;hta!;le piec ot ground on t!:e
betw .vn VI v.-.: v c.:n! Web'-.-n.
No. p. '.. .
:.:z !'. M. !.e.-.e Wi!--
.t. a ce
No. : .
Wi'- a. 2. 2 V. M.
To home, sweet home.
Wilmington to K.cky
No. .! I .
itirm, it it only produces till kinds ol
tn1..-i. a., r ,1 1 1..,.. ...1: 1'
1 r , , , r In all our iarmtnq: operations et ns 3o--3 1 M- v A---M
In Ihj e and t.uth and love abidui"-; I '
I 1 1 T- I 1
The mother hears from lips confiding, j iUm at Pr;cticai results. 1 nese, and
these only, wili avail us in the hard
times that v. e tire now experiencing.
CiHie swift away, when some one j It is stated that florists and jjarden-
At tile tall ch :!;, sees near advaimimj; !
The naidai-iit hoar.
The days exploits.
And thus the moments so entrancim
a a 1 v-.
. 1. 1 i v 1
A. M. heaves Wilson, ir.iS l Si.
i i.v sa: rij."
.'I.-ti !.i:iv! -t:;i:i(l V. !i.t I'.'oiilc I'iv U I'ji
( hie f the diversions at Ocean
Ami while the bird of ni;;ht is krood.-
where-, leside, come ilreams so
ers have 1 und teat they can eitectu
ally rid tiieir greenhouses ol destruc
tive insects by j. lacing tob icco stems
I on the neatme; pipes, the neat cae.s-
COl'N i V Ol l it I i:.
)A!to oi' c 1 iss: ; : us
R. S. Ct.AKK, CI. iira.an.
N C. I ;.; !.r. Y,
1 1 a
1 i : 1 1 i -
i City, savs the lialtimore Sun, ishunt
',;;! T. inp y mi i i' S;):iiiisli coins on the ' SHx er
! Peach. ' Years a 00 a vessel with a
mi at cries anu otina.l cus- oTeat (juantity of Spanish silver coin
S( iot 11! II'.1'
in the odor of the tobacco and per- shaol Fi:l;
meate the ;tpartment and destroy the
s now Irmn out our brows are smooth-! pests.
W.J. CllLKKV, Shell If,
I ! 1 !' :a,!. Ck ;1: v.;' S: a
j If llic the owner fecks that he must j- 1:- ( 'K!I'r,N I'-;:--r "r
i use tae voune- orchard for some oro- 1 ' i NSi,N 1 rva"-'
A. 1 N
:. -'. o.;
e verv difterent from those 111
;.ir:s ot the world. The little
tkian.iii'.ata exhibits these pe--s
to a marked extent-. There
n is entitled to but tem-
t;c id r.iai
p Tarv rep se m tne public cemetery.
Iks bode can rest in peace tor live
vc.as, alter which term, unless his
Arkv hire the ground tor an addi
il 'period, it is ev icted lor non
:,,v:ue:.l A rent. The Guanajunto
The ii'ies of care?
i'ancm;; in oreams otir lu-iu is wtn-m-, ; . ; . ! W.m. Harkiss, Loroiv-,
j In sweet, low tones jovbells seem rin-- ! 1L anw,,.-.. i,v.u . ; T ,KV1;1 Surve -r.
11 i 1 1 . .
vMucn needs dean cultivation. orn
went down oh this beach, and during i A psalm of -peace night winds are siue,-
the last 25 or 30 years a great many
have been picked up in the sand.
An old colored woman used to live
near the place, and it is said that she
found nearly enough of them to sup
port her. One ol the men in the life
saving station lias found in the last
eieht Years coins to the amount of
At home, sweet home.
M. E. J. in Century.
X. C i:xi)H-imf i.t StailDii Snsa Com,
The Experiment Station at Raliegh
lor a number of years past has been
dcvclopitir a surur corn that would
answers well, the part shade being ol j
some advantage. Pear trees will not j d 1,1
stand lorcing, anci should have no j J. A. Ci.akk,
manure, as blight sets in when they j b . H. Coart,
g r o w r.; 1 pi d 1 y . li x .
row is 01 tit i:m
J. T. r'uias.
,"E ;i 11 11 re.
1 i 1 1 ;lilr.f; L.l-Tii ltl II1IZ.-.13 v v vvJi.iiva
:o, ana many otner persons nave 1. ,. ftwj Mni, r,r
. ' l. . 1 nave tne propeities ol held con: i1a),1(;oi u ,VK;t,vp nYWi Thrr, !i:k
Ik Ik Dkans, Mavor;
j no. R. MiKtRi-:, Town Clerk:
If we could induce our larmers to j W. lb )i:ans, Collector.
1 r 1 11
oai-:e their own lertiuzers we would
iiled v;i:n c:itaco:nls, ; ( ):uv a
i-v; dollar cobis have
aciaotcd to this latitude, combined
!. k. Ciikis;;.:an, Chiof.
t rente i
wans, j h)uud, the rest being smaller bnos,
:i cos a y.u j,j
jouv, and JdLei": mainly quarters and halves. Lately
'"vervie .v nave been discovert (
. with the table vualities of orthnarv !jr ,hc v..,r t;, it It ;:i,.in.,
; sugar corn. It is believed lhat char-
i act eristics (.! such a cross are ntiv.
been guano enough sold in the State! Eiuikiam Ha:-:ki:i.l, Fiiank IT. i. ton
t!anee that a 1 irmer with stock and
1- :u'd i
Jam i."1'. M AKsu :;un:N w.
i in ia mi.
i imoth 's Foix'opal che.rcli,
(i witii a so ne
1 1 a
. e a.
-i . . e a. .a:.. . ..a i... vt
jioe imdmg (,i ur.c oy ..11. aumra j ;r 1(, ta.,r,. : vn,:,) , v--,,,,. , ,
s .viiowcd 1 Madilo;: recently excited cotisidera-
i litter in waste at his door
. 1 permanently fixed. The Station de-j m e 1a . (:ro,) r,r conmurcial 1 brv- b- iyibs, Frie-in-eliar.ee.
Services: Sand ays at ii a., m. a.r.d 7:50
let tii;Z'-rs. Til'.- v are a ready lood
ditfik, and the dead j bc miere.. When found t
t t!:e era! ot free years the
.-rose mt'.-t :ve up tne re-ting p;ace
die f. ni'y pay the municipality
rent Oraa-'W term d repose
A ik ca'.i.ui: v oi" the (kaauajiinto at
:.: )-:, a :;a pr.-vi.-uts cbrc.iy, and rapid
!y tra:t.d-a'a.s th-- i irps.es m these
ter.yp. ?r.ry t"mhs into munimies. The
b kI'cs ofikj evicted dead, each bear-in-
a t abb : iasribed with the corpses
lucie a:. leaned in long rows against
t:ie inside of the cemetery walls, and
there they slay lor years before
crumbling into dust. Ex.
Home llutei prices.
The failure of several outside
bkiilding and Loan Associations re
cently carries a telling lesson to those
North Carolinians who had money in
them. If we will heed the lesson,
the money that is lost will not be in
vain. The lesson is one that North
Carolina people sorely need ; it is this,
puronize, encourage, put your mon
ey in home enterprises. Instead of
putting money into a Building and
-i)an Association in Tennessee, put it
-to one in North Carolina; or into a
orth Carolina savings bank, or into
il North Carolina factory, or into a
b:: Carolina larm, or North Caro-
:ne. For a hundred years
I: om iiieir ; -re very baici: and tney are less ti
msioera- . into ,aP(s (if careful parties 'r ,. . rt...VT, . . ' t, ,,. MV' : . I r" ,n- "'
1 ' toi tneciop out 1) nil', aid mau-a.e . 1,.. w. . ...
MO COinS I I -ii , , , 1 ' - . 0...- V v. S ..; .- ...
'! who will give it a trial and w ho wni i )C. tll i',1(1 ,.,d pr,.,a ,r l ,
1 , 1 ! una. e las u tig to tne i.iiiu. i Ciider 1 n. I ioi v oa at 1.
Tirrri"!'Sf tn ronnrt ro;iiiU m:vt tail
hall their original thickness. And j Tljs ,houI(, nQt ,)C plillUe(i m.ar
yet the inscriptions and devices upon ! corn To :1pp;c;ints W!U) wil! agree
them are as clear and bold as ever, j t() the aboVc conditions and will send
(lu iiiu i'ifty Yinri .um.
ana. ays a.t 7:. 15 a. m .
Ab.thobbt (diaicb, i
This is because the sand or corrosion, i o,1;. cenLs f(,r R;Un n pnstaoe and lor
whicever it . wear, it down eouai.y , c o( maihng. the
all over tne surtace. lx.
nnot be so
n ill' 1 r- -1 .it t 1 t 1
1 i . .. . i 1 1 i t ' ' 1 ..in v ' iiiinw. j- . w 1 i'.j't r ' ' 1
powerful a a-rtibz r as it were some p. in. Sandav
fifty veais a. go, when it first -came in- I'aaitoti, :-a;a.
,s p. m., Week
Fridays at 4 p.
:. m. Celela-a--
n on i -t Sim
II a. r.;., othel
1. lb Ibirb
... 1 -.
"I en l;i 'j .ciii; vn pii y.
j be glad to send packages as long as
', tb.e supply lasts. Apply to the North
i Carolina Aericullura! Ixoeriment
e was a number ot
ncdav nieht at
that have Ken. b.audcd
.... , . rr. rP, i Station, Maleigh, N. C.
I he largest river is lime. Hie;
lown iroai iyi :g lather to son, telling : j.-,...,-, Sundays at :
I )is ipb s ( dmrch, Rev. I . W. Davis,
'as tor; sen io. s on S? aai, 'J'liird and
... m. aial 7'.;,o p.
deepest oceaai is death. The region 1
where no living thing hath habitation
is called Yesterday. The most civil
ized country is Today. The highest
mountain is called Success. Few
reach the top save those who -watch
sharply for the passing of the Moun
tain Opportunity, vviio carries upward
all those who sieze hold upon him.
The region where no man hath ever
set loot is called Tomorrow. The
greatest desert is called Life, and it
hath many oases. These are called
Hope, Ambition, Love, Charitv and
Home. And of them all the last is
the most beautiful.
'i he S:t 11 Jose Seale.
1 . , .
N. V. Hoard ol' Health on Win:
A bh Carolina has given her best to
'':- enrichment ol other States.
- ,;ae o; them are rich now, blit she
" : p;or as ever: It is time to stop,
k.suraacy, ikiiklmg and Loan, out-
b -' : er.;:t mbs. trusts, and the like,
' ;:v - oas annually right out ol
Caro'iiLi soil, and much of it
" ''''' -:nes b ick ag;iin. We have
L ;ei lieely to the world at large,
:-v,v h't us help ourselves by helping
'--another. We have the best (in
V'''-'1' I'.irticular ) State in the Union,
t':;j;'' in every particular) spot of
;a tlu world. Piblical Record-
The Kxperiment station regrets to
announce that the dreaded San Jose
i scale has reached North Carolina.
Bulletin No 139 describes the chat- ; ofpuan0 The waron reached
acter of this destructive pest, the . , , .. A', ,ir, , r
1 ' the farm house alter dark, ana as
damage which it. has done to the .... ; ,,f
this is alwavsan event in country lite.
fruit industry in other States, and . the fdmjly gathered round- the
.tint it 10 litoKr tr 1rvv in
"smoke-house to witness the un-
j ol its wonderlul ekects not only on j m. Prayer meeting e'ery 'fl
1 . - 1 1 . 1 7
vv,f'h;ui I .Mi- trvi ik' hn!ii:ni inrni : :iil"Mi. Mir.cav r?Ti' . o lot
divine. We now recall a couple of j - (;e- Hackney, Snpt.
. . j Presbyterian L Inarch, Rev. James
ol them. I ,r, "... 4i !
j rhomas, l .stor; services on the rust,
A larmer in Alabama had ordered j Secund an(1 Third Sunday in every
from the neighboring town a bill of j month and at Strickland's clnin.h
oroceries, among which were several every Fourth Sunday. Sunday School
at 5 o'clock, P. M.
what it is likely to do in North Caro
lina unless it is stamped out at once.
It is stated in the bulletin that Irom a
Baptist Church, service as follows:
Preaching Sunday morning at 11:00
o'clock and 8:30 p. m. Rev. J. A. Rood
Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday School
at 5 p. m., I). S. Boykin Supt.
Primitive Baptist Church, preaching
on 2nd Sunday b Flder Jas. Bass; on
3rd Sunday by Flder Jas S. Woodard;
on the 4th Sunday and Saturday before
by the pastor, Flder P. I). Cold. Ser
vices berin at 1 1 a. m.
loading. Among them was a ten-vear-oli
bo v. small for his aire.
single pair, three billion insects may ; Unnoliced he fell asleep on one of
result in a single season. Although j the ,ocked The
these scale insects do not move from !followinjJ morninjJ an anxious search
one place to another ol their own ac-jgaw made and when the door wag
cord, yet they are blown by the wind I opened thefe stood Q six.foter an(
or else carried on the feet of birds to ! broad in oportio:1.
other orchards not inlested. 1 lie The other stranoe, eventful story 1 Lode Xo 1 17 A. F. jt A M. are hdd
Horticultural Society, aided by the . . wh- ,nrrb.n,r i :ia 1 K, ' c:"tTtr 1 ai" m .4
!was m eltec. as ionous. s gardener boro streets on tin- 1st and rd Monday
Fxpenment station, nas prepared a i
Regular meetings of Mt. Lebanon
Dr. Janes of the New York Boaid
Health says: "I take great pleasure
in testifying to the superior qualities
oi the Port Wine produced bv Alfred
Qrpr.r nf New lersev. Alter a j
1 (..t. v. j - j 1 . . -
irolonred trial 1 recommcno it as a it ;
xperiment station, nas prepared a : ,ad cnriched his cucumber hills with , s at 7:300 coca p. in. ea- n niMUh.
II which is now being considered by ! u-ilpn pH dr.rsittfi tb :
, .. , c . . . .'guano. .nen he deposited the K.iar meetings of Mt. Lebanon
e legislature, the purpose ol which the rebut was nia icaK The Chapter No. 27 are held in tie: M.ordc
, - , ,-- , Hall '-verv 2nd .Mo;r..iy ui-i:t
rm sprang uisianuy nnu me, auu Q-( a,
prOiOngeUUl.il J- lCV.i.Mi.iiv-ii" - ''aui .-naui; m.-iami; 0l'J'kl) Ul . e . ! IT OU' : 1
superior wine for the sick and debil- j " to prevent the introduction and i l e:. cnconipa,,ed by ; " bat Wiiliams. II. P.
;nted - spread of such pests. The bulletin hd lor h; , 5e the Rcgcdar meetings of M t. ? lad -anon
It is knit in casks to a oreat age contains a copy ol the bill now be- n activo purslJ:t. He j Monb' haif eCerv -th" ' Moad,'- niybt
before bottling, and though higher
in price is fir superior and more
reliable than other wanes.
lore tne oenerai nssemoiy. ii .s , ...a at 7: o eioeb ea !i nionta.
believed to be one of the most im- j y d exhaUittd i R ZT i.r'.,
portant that the legislature has belore , A rescuini, p,rty lurr;ed to his relief, ; K. "ML No. ''Ai- h. ld in taeir hali
i- i'ir r-nn-deratinn I . - . . . t .i .1 ocer the I -t Natnaial Ib'Ulk . Verv 1st
U liv He Nt ver Married.
Some one who lately asked a well
known rcntlcman why he remained a v
batchelor received this reply: "Because
the desirable was not attainable 'and
i the attainable was not desirable."
it lor consideration.
It is not to be wondered at that
Aver's Pills are in such universal de
mand. For the care ol constipation,
biliousness, or any other complaint
needing a laxative, these are unsur
passed. They are sugar-coated, easy
to take, and every dose is effective.
, . . , , ... i D'ji iaie ;-a a.ui'.i.ii ;..:!.-. . . ei y 1.-.
but tound huu smothered with the Thursday evening at -u-,oVo.:k i.. m
vine and a kill-grown cucumber in ' B. Ik Brh.g-, l;ireMi..r.
each oi the dead man's pockets
- - ; nieht
3 POOD'S Sarsapanlla has over and come.
D over again proved by its cures, i Regular meetings of Fr.terpri.
when all other preparations failed, that L(Jdge. Xo. 44. are "ia-ld every 1'rdav
it is the One True BLOOD luriiier. 1 night in udd Feiloy..-,' Hail.
K. ,: 1 . . ar-- lie. in
Had .-very Thursday
members aiwa s wel-