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The Wilson Advance.
JOsri'HL'S ami C, C, DANIELS,
editors and Proprietors,
rffThe advance endeavors to cm an non
est, faithful ani Impartial chronicler of the
ni'ws, dovvtinv special attention to the section
In tthlcti 111 alilished. It Is Democratic to
the corn tin.) Vr;l spare neither friend or foe
who is la hostility to Dmnootatlc success. It
Vclhvcs ttip Ust interest of the Na
tion n1 thd State imptmtivnlT demands
ho n'tiM,!ri of the Domocratlo party In
power a i it will uptiro nocffiirt to accomplish
hnt r"iin,i. ii 'ill seek to promote the in
duxtrial u-vi ! ;uient of the stat and section
ami wiii ink ,u wire In doinif whatever lies
n Its power to ;. 1 the farmers and laboring
wen in I heir efforts to bctt'T their condition,
tverv honest son of toil will find in the Ad
7am k a sincere friend. Kvcry effort looking
to the estuhlishmont of more and' better edu
cationnl Institutions will receive our hearty
"o-opcrutjon and endorsement.
The Advance circulates lanroly in every
eou-.ity Knst of Kalelirb, and is therefore a
plen'Ild advert siiiir uiediuin. Kates liberal.
A l!rst-clnss joto;fl.o Is run in connection
with the paper and we will be pleased to re-
nviru orders, our otlico Is one of the best
impxM In this section of the State for corn
niercial work ami wo will do as good work and
at A3 low tlKLirca as auvtiouy.
Kntered li; the Post Office at Wilson, N, C.
as second class uiuil matt en
Wilson, N. C , . Jan.,, 10, 1889.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER- :
The News t. Tho .National Capita!
. Reported by Our Regular Correspondent-
The Wav Fci "Jne Farmern to Bet"
i - ter T:;.: Condition. -
(From Our Regular Correspondtsit.) Mr. EdITu -. :
-Washington Jan. 4, 1$89. From now until the first of
Speaker Carlisle and Mr;! Mill j March is the time for farmers
have decided not to call a meet" to mate their compost, in their
in of the II ous committee on woods. 'Now is time for
rules to arrange the order of J farmers to tintilized what ever
business for the remainder of i they have on the farms that
the session. Their reason for lielps to make compost. All
taking this stand is the fear ( course scrapings of the lots
that the pressue for the passage ; should be thrown up now with
of such measures as the defend- ashes or liice. that they may
ent pension bill, would be j decay in time to be of value in"
greater than many of the demo-' the coming crops. ' These in
cratie members1 could stand, if ; grediants, or a compost of this
an atteirmt was made to arranee 1 kind will do- to mix with acid
the order of business and iall of j and kaint later and makes
the leaders of the party are . compost
The lemocratic -Canons Meets' .and
Nominates The Officers.-Leazer
Hade Speaker- . ". .-
Tlie Legislature of North Caro
lina, met yesterday in KaleigU. On
Tnest'ay. nigbt the Democrats of
tbe two houses met in caucus.
Seiutor II. W. Kiug was chairman
of the Senate caucus and li. 'A.
Daughton of the House caucus.
The following are the officers
nominated by the caucus, and' who
were elected yesterday :
Senate Chief Olerk.Jt. M. Fur
man, of Buacorubejliesading Clertc,
D. 13. Nicholson, of Sampson : En-
erossioa Clerk.. Mike Bradsbaw, of
liandolph; Doorkeeper, W. V
Clifton ; Assistant, A. M' Noble, of
Douse Chief Clerk, T.VB, Wo-
mack, of Chatham; Beading Clerk,
il. A. Lafbum, of Beaufort; for
Engrossing Clerk, "W. T. Crawford,
of Day wood ; Door lveeper, D. 14
Julian, ol Kowan ; Assistant, Geo
L, Kilpatrick, of Lenoir,
Tbe oliicer in which the most in
terest was taken, however, was that
of Speaker of the Douse. A
Leazer, of Iredell, was elected by
a vote of fifty-six to twenty-one
over M. E. Carter, of Buncombe.
Our representatives have began
well..-.They. have e'ected a splen
did 6et of officers and entered npon
their work well.
particularly desirous that no
legislation carrtirg extravagant
appropriations I shall pass the
House this session. Thjs de
cission, which cuts out every
thing that cannot get the un
animous consent of the Blouse,
and the regular appropriation
bills, while somewhat hard
upon many measures that ought
to be passed, and would be, ii
thev could be broueht before
the House, is nevertheless . a lbs, l.oooifcs, acid pnospoine,
A standard fertilizer for cot
ton and most all crops, should
the three principle elements in
about the following propotions:
Ammoniac 2 to 3 per cent.;
Phospharic . acid 8 to 12 per
cent.; Potash li to 2 per cent.
These propotiGns should be
maintaining as near as posible
in putting np our compost.
The following is a good prac.
tical compost; cotton seed 33J
wise one. Ihe democrats are
confident" of recapturing the
House in 1890 : they are also
confident tha,t the nextj Con
grees will make many large
l.OOOlbs kainit' 2001bs stable or
lot manure in such quantities
as can be had.
Tria IIiklu -RwaT inffronianfa
'mixed in the above propotions
extra vagrant aDnronriations. ' make a complete manure and
therefore a good and economic, I would analyze about as' fol
record for the last democratic lows: Ammoaia 1.28 per cent.;
House will furnish, the very ; Phosphoric acid 6.50 per cent.
best of argument to eo before I The quantity of stable manure
w I T . - . -. i I
the people to ask for the con-added to the above would noi
trol of the House again. Eco- i alter the analysis, as the stable
nomy and tariff reform will" be '.manure is a complete manure
the democratic watch word. kofitseir.
Congress tnrned ud iast as 5 I used the following formula
smilingly on "Wednesday; as if 'this year with fine results:
We promise you better value for jour money than has ever been given
in'Eastern North Carolina. From day to day we will make .it to your
interest to buy for CASH. Many people for .convenience run a store ac
cpunt, many ladies have said to us : Ob, it ia so convenient to have a
thing charged when I haven't my purse with me. Yes. it IS confen
ient. Do you think how much the merchant is'forced to tax you for
this convenience, for this token of friendship? Have you ever thought
that this kind of friendship in business cost the purchaser all he haa?
Have you ever realized when your purse was empty that oneofyonr
dearest friends was missing! If yn have friends in the mercantile bus
iness whose friendsLip you lvalue, take our advice aud do not run an
account with them. Y ju may be taken ill, your salary stops, and then
when you are forced to tell the merchant you can't pay him, perhaps he
will place your account in the bands of the Sheriff for collection, what
does that meant Your friendship for ever seveied. Perhaps you are
sold out of house and home. Who is benefitted by such transaction!
Not yon! Why then do you not mefee a farm resoluuou to pay as yon go.
The merchant who sells- you goods on 'time'' is compelled to overcharge
you. you pay your bill, but perhaps your neighbor does not, can the
merchant afiord to lose this monevi we tuinK not. i.ueu you in pay
ing your bill, must pay for the short comiog of your ueighbor. The
merchant must overcharge you. His system of doing business, there's
the fatal mistake, forces him to charge large profits. Nobody works for
glory only. We all do business to get a piofit out of It. At THE
CASH RACKET STORE you hare none of these things to contend
with. Every dollars worth of goods staud on its ovrn merits. Everv
customer is treated exactly alike, to a low price, a man who pays CASH
for his goods 18 entitled to a lower price than those who pay in thirty,
sixty or ninety days. Every one is treated exactly alike at the CASU
RACKET STORE. We credit no one, tbe CASH is what we want.
For that CASH you s.ive from 15 to 30 cents ou every dollars worth of
goods you purchase. Since the Holidays we have gotten in several lots
ol goods. Tbey have no credit fetters on them, but the startling, quick
and ready CASH has driven regular goods aud regular value out. In
the lot are a few dozen Ladies Vests (Meriuo) regular value 75cts our
price 33cts. Another bisr drive in Cornets for 44 and 4Sct.s worth GO and
75ct8 each. Bring your CASH to us and we promise you full value.
Cash Kacket Store,
"We desire to return thanks to our en
shown no that thftv armreciate a man
sunt effort In the past has been to sell the
Vomers and friends of Wilson and afjolnjn counties for their liberal
i who studies their interest and gives full valnef or every dollar that ifa
uej fjx-Ti i. o
Best Goods for the Least Monei
Kash St., WILSON N. C.
That wo are to have a Rail
road Commissions appears to
beett led beyond dispute. The
lormer opponents oi the meas
ure,now appear to favor such
legislation. We hope our
mjembefs will act wisely in
framing the bill looking to the
interest of the people whese
agents they are. we want no
commission composed of
men who are merely put on
" because we have no other office
for them. We want men of
etrong character to compose
the commission. We want men
whose ambition it is to be right
rather than to make reputation
for themselves. .
Ba careful gentlemen how
' you frame your bill.
Stable manure 30 bu. Cotton
seed 30 bu. l,0001bs, Acid phos-
phate 8001bs, Kainit 2001bs.'
Which you f ee makes one ton
without the stable manure. I
sent Dr. H. X Battle of the ex
periment st U'on, a sample of
the above s. 7 Lave this analy
sis of whicl he writes "The
results 'at; e are very srood,
; and show s i e ccmpost to be a
! good one." To mix this I put
i down in the oace ot a 4 corner
. ed pen sta s manure about 6
inches deep aicely leveled, on
i this I put t.' seed nicely lev-
ieled. -Now ve one hand to
I throw on v ',er with a goard
I while theseii.iare being rubbed
i as if you were going to sow
A 1TE22ED AMENDMENT-
many oi members were not,
suffering from the efforts of
over-eating, and shall I say it ?
- over3nnfciD. However,
much can be excused at this
season which at otherltimes
would call for censure. Con
gressmen are human,! and
Christmas comes but pnee a
year. Both Houses had; more
ihdn o jinnTiim o f i (. Q nnaniniT
and they went right to j work,
the Senate on the tariff bill and
the House on the River and Har
The republicans members of
the Senate finance committee
are having a picnic with the
people who wish to have chan
ges made ah" the Senate tariff
bill before it is passed, 1 Every them by hand. When the seed
mail brings letters by the hun- i are thoroughly swelled, spread
dred, and there is a continual ' them again nicely over the ma-
stream cf telegraph messengers inure, seeing that none are left
pouring: into the committee ! too near the edge. Over the
room. And as if that was not i seed spread the SOOlbs acid and
sufficient, the 1 already over- over the acid spread the'Kaiuit
protected manufacturer j comes wit hall lumps beaten up fine.
himself to speak himself to ihrow water over the Kainit to
his demands. One of them has j wet.
just handed in a memorandum ," I repeated the above until I
of 40 different articles on which ! made 5 tons in each pent keep
he desired the duty raise! d. He j the pen made up as you need
said he contributed largely to 1 it. The above stood about 3
the republicans campaign fund j weeks, when I cut it streight
with the distinct understanding down from top to Bottom and
Wilson Iron Works,
PASCHALL & RHO., Proprietors.
Having purchased of Murray & Benton the Vilsou Iron Works we
take pleasure in informing the pub in that we are now prepared to do
work as well and as cheap 'as any 3iaeume btiop in tue btate. We are
now ready to do all kinds of work on Cotton Tresses, Cotton Seed Crush
ers, Husk Hackling Machines, Saw Mills and Mill Machinery, Gamming
All kinds of Repair Work, Boilers, beeders and Inspirators a specialty.
A full line of Machinics' supplies aTways-on lund. Eugines and Boilers
and all kinds of Bridge Bolts for sale. We believe that
that can do first-class work at LIVING TRICES, will be appieciated by
the people 01 this communtty and v. e propose to do as
As anybody aud at as low prices,
Give us a trial.
FascMl & 1fod
Mk. Editor: . ,
Will you allow me sir, a lit
tie space in your columns, that
I may suggest to our legisla
tlon bodytwhich already hasinet
In our city of Kaleigh what 1
believe to be a much needed
amendment to our relating to
the sale of intoxicating li
qnors. " .
The amendment we now ask
in substance as follow : That
every person intending to make
application for license tu sell
liquors (either spirituous or
ma.lt) shall give thirty days
notice of such intention by
four weeks publication in the
county newspaper; or if -there
be no paper published in the
county, tnen by not less than
five printed notices: one at the
' Court House door, and four oth
er places in county. The rea
son, for such amendment is
apparent, under the present law
the proceedings before the
commissioners of the county is
a farce, a totally .ex-parte affair.
Tho applicant for license, you
remember, must prove a good
character. He finds but little
trouble to do this, and he gen
erally gets his license, .bet us
have the amendment as asked
above, and the best people "of
any county then having express
notice as to tbe persons making
application can go before the
Commissioners with rebutting
evidence as to Character - 01 ap
plicant and thus prevent the
issuing of licene t.o improper
person- Then only those would
receive license who could prove
pood moral character on the
evidence of witnesses whose
moral characters were, unques
tionable, securing license under
euch circumstances would of
itself give character to the bar
room business, hence they
ought not to resist this derived
amendment. In many places
coujity commissioners has been
soundly abuse for issuing li-
cense to men of bad character.
How could they do otherwise!
With us rebutting testimony
they were bound by law to act
only on evidence beflre them
no matter what may have been
their personal knowledge. I
do not see how they could act
on their own knowledge thus
becoming both witness and
judge. But the above amend
ment would bring testimony
both for and against character
before them and hence they
could act more judiciusly than
men only ex-perte testimony
-'"'Sefore them. Give us the
amendment and a christian
. public will see that it is en
fored. ' T. "
The Advance takes great
pleasure in endorsing the above.
The law, as it at present stand?,
is a hardship on the commis
sioners aud may be one upon
the people. We earnestly hope !
thathe was to be amply protect
ed in this bill. The republicans
have agreed upon a number of
amendments to the bill; but
they do not dare to make them
public until the very last mo
ment, for fear of the pressue
that will , be immediately
brought to bear upon them to
make further changes, f
Theie is a little lulli in the
Blaine war 'here 'his ' week,!
though a telegram published
a day or so ago, anything .that !
Blaine had left home jfor this.!
city, oreated quite a , 5hubbub j
untjl it was learned to tie false.
The aDti-Blaine Congressmen j
seem to be weakening a a very !
rapid rate. 1'ernaps teat ac
counts for th cessation pf hos- J
tilities for the time bein. .
Senator I,isco'ck has gona to
Indianapolis in the interest of
ex-benator i'latt, who, , rumor
says is losing ground with Har
Representative Springer has
introduced a joint resolution
providing for theadmission of
Arizona and Idaho. j
A bill has besn passed by the
House pro'viding that the omitL
sion by the sender tolplace a
postage stamp on a letter bear
ing a special delivery stamp,
shairhot hinder or delay the
transmission and delivery
thereof, but the postage- shall
be collected on the delivery of
bill prohibiting any agent or
attorney from receivintr a fe.
in excess of 3 for securing at.
increase of pension on account
of an increase of the disability
for which the pension was orig
inally granted, or for jsecuriiv
a special act of Congaess in
1 : 1 1 "
be obtained under the -general
pension laws, has been passed
by the House.
Secretary Vilas has ireceiver-
a letter from an inquisitive cit
izen of Massachusetts, who
wants to know who Harrison
has selected for his cabinet. Mr,
Vilas is very .obliging sort of a
man, but he was not; able to
furnish the information the
Mr. Sherman made jsome of
Bilver Senators . mad when
he presented the petition of the
National board of trade to the
Senate, asking for thef suspen
sion of the purchase 'bf silver
bullion-and the coinage of the
silver dollar. i
thoroughly mixed. Then put
back in the pen and let it stand
in the field until needed to put
under corn. I used about 400
lbs. to tjhe acre, but 200 of the
aDove wiu go as much good as
the same of guano.
nt a il
1 ne ioiioing iormuia is re
commended by I)r. Battle for
wheat oiX- and rye which j
taKe irom Ms report
Thousand dollars worth of Dry Goods,
les, &c, .just Received at LEE & SONS.
. a V at v still funjlrn t.
. x . .. ma hiva cniinn mtodu DDI eiLTVkauvur, tuvu on. '--
Tn make of every buyer a constant customer ... - - .
prefer to be humbugged by High Price?, but we can ges aiong wuouv v,k...
We propose to ebow our 2; r-.-r
OIF" OUR DBIGr TRADE
In a practical way. we have taken bix
25 percent less than New York co.st..
Thousand Dollars worth of Boots, Shoes end Clothing and nirksd thera djwn
100 pair of John Faust & Son's Hind-made Gents Button Congress and Lwe at 3. 5, these gods cost 6XX at the fjctcrr. A,
pair of Ladies Fine 8ho8 at 2 00, former price 3.00 to 4.50perpair. lOCOpalr of children shoes in prorortjon 1( I
at 2,50 former price 4.00. 1.15 Suits of all Wool Ccstimere ot 8.00 former price 12.50. 17a Suits of mixed Lnlon C-nrt t. 4,
former price 8.00 per suit. 1000 Hats all styles and shapes less than manufacturers prices. If you want good guod ch-a? j
get them for the next '
Women and Children can secure betterfbargains at LEE& SON'S
than can be "
AcM phospha'ri $1800 fOOlbs
Kain-t at 11. !0 per ton SWlbs
Cotton Seed ai;jashel at 16c, 'lls
Stable mauuit or rich l;m3 6tJ bs
elsewhere. Don't fortet. us, but call and examine our Stock.
which is Complete. We carry no
Ihe il .i: Advance, alter
iayiug veiy l ui.v.ol Judge Arntieid
that he is "a geutieman 01 high
legal attainmemts, broau-mmded
aud liberal, ?ad will wear the jndi
cial ermine w;th dignity and bon
or," aaas: vine omce is not a new
one to Mr, A.iaiheld, at he was at
times virtaai:,v judge when Jadge
Uloau sac on the bonch, who, when
perplexed by some knotty legal
point, would say, 'Hold taar! How's
that Armriehif'" That is true,-also.
Cloud thoufcht Colonel Armrield
the repository of all knowledge and
iecidedHcasfe as Col. ArmQeld told
him to do- That is the reason the
old judge w; n :-o seldom overru ed
by the Supr;. ,a i Court. Statesville
Goods. Everything is Fresh aud Pure,
prices cannot be duplicated
We guarantee that our
any first-class , house in town. Our "Ainas Trix ' we propose to
eell at your own price. When yen visit
WSITI1T& HACHIIIS C1BI2I2I'
azi ernes LESS '
man, who it
. and elegant gentle
e much believed and
jiated pastor of the
a in oar neighbor
VVilson, visited Dunn
, and, on Sunday,
o excellent sermons,
uight in the Baptist
be sure and call on us. You will find us opposite" "W. J. C'l.urcL
well's jewelry store. We have the Finest lot of Satteens, Ging
hams, Worsteds, Calicoes, Checks, Plaids, and in fact everything
. . . T IT . . .
mai you may aesne. xioping vo receive your patronage we are,
Lee & Sons,
Tarboro Street, Wih C
A most atitutive and cultivated
aud;nan;e jrieeted this amiable
servant of God; and, at trie the
jcl'JBe of the t wo discf-arses, it was
Nliffieult to gay waich excelled, as
i ioth of them were very choice,
j very scriptural, and very effective
ly delivered. We trust he will
j visit! us agaia at an early day.
ihe jjunn eignooard.
The Farmers Alliance.
Marriage is Not a Failure.
"You are evidently; worried
over business matters," diag
nosed a. young physician.
"what you need is a: peace of
mind." j .
; "My dear sir,',' replied the
patient, 'I get a piece-iof mind
An industry , which
our Legislature will act upon give employment to the great
' the suggestion and re-quire, est number of people ;would be
applicants to give notice of i the best paMig qfne for the
- iflgn-y-The bWckrajan;; - ,
. their intention.
Wilson County Farmers Alliance
adopted the lollowing resolution:
Kesolved taat we regard the tax
of five hniiaied dollars on each
brand of fertilizers sold In the
State as class Legislation iu that it
is a direct tax bu the agricultural
interest ol the tate. We there
fore reccornmeu? that the law be
so amended tat all commercial
fertilizersjand all chemicals shipped
into the State for agricaltural pur
poses be exempt from taxation.
The partuersbip heretofore exist
ing beween Ii. W. 'j King aud C, B.
Moore undur the firm name of King
& Moore has this day been dissolv
ed by mutual consent. The books
and accounts of the firm' have been
placed in the hands of J. D.. Bar
den for collection. AH accounts
doe by the firm' will be presented
to him lor payment; Tbfs 1st day
of January 1689.
li. W. King,
C. E. Moore.
Dr.-King will retain the office
occupied by the firm.. For the
present Dr. Moore can be found at
Eowland'a Dfrng store. -. ; .
Doors and Blinds, Mouldings,
NewelS, Brackets, Hardware,
. . Paints, Oils, C
Puttty and Painters . '
M A-.T B RIA L
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
General Agent for Wadsworth, Martinez & Longman's
PURE READY-MIXED PAINTS.
Nos. 16 W. side Market Square and Roanoke Avenne,
Having purchased the Milli
nery business of Mr9. M. E.
Moore, I shall keep on hand a
well selected stocfc of birch
goods as are usually kept in a
All the latest novelties ana the
fasbious will be constantly on
I have also moved my Dress
Making establishment to my
Millinery 6tore where I shall
be pleased to serve the ladies
of the community. The pat
ronaxe extended'me in the past
ia deeply appreciated and I
hope a generous public will ex
tend to me a continuance of
the same. ,
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FOR TORPID LIVER.
A torpid 1 1 Tr 4 th wfcolr-ay
Fur i' r.ti . iv. m . l
TK 1 1 r ir l: ' li- t-jm. I.
CO. it Ulrtl lA .iiJJ..U
ARCHITECTS & EUilCEtv
Cditioa cf Sc.fBtf.s AsrcM J
THE BANK OF ROCKY MOUNT,
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
S. E.WESTRAY, President. TflOS. H. BATTLE, Vice-President.
L. F. TILLERY, Cashier.
CASH CAPITAL 525,000.
i CORRESPONDENTS :
Aumrvi, HATIOStAIi BASK: XATIOSAL PAEK BANK. SEW YOKE
Deposits, Discounts and Collections'- Solicited Promptly At
' " - tended to at Ruling Ratesjind
The idnnxxgn of thi Trpe-wrrtrr and Kxm Pnt
pvvr all CoaibtnatKia Cbtts. mrmt
Yrmt.'l be rvc and aimpUcitf vith whith tb
Ark tt enir.y-d from a Library or C'fhc Vrtk to
'1 ) pr-wnter Table. Thia chant, ia cScctvd by pnab
irii; tbe lid cm-ennf tbe machine lick ia th. rear of
cabinet n beix.g a roer uimawf it entire!?
from might, thtra ovemumiag tbe obacXj'riab3e tx.: A
and aoundrr in (rant of toe operator Tbe rooeaU
trp U prrlVrlljr fltt h- b-ue corerrd. and forma a cm-
5iete vriunic crUc when the awkiae i. oot ia w.
be taloa whrb tbe vtachtnc reus m Miraii bak
anrd by our patent adjuxrnenta that it need but a
a:k-ht tnorh to brtnif the mafhint ia pontwa.
eerf. Tbe adnctacet of tbe aariaciac tahl.
am The tab'c is to b .lanced near its center an pat
ent maleuhie iron arm, that wbea th. hine
bra;i:ht in plare terror, it dor. not depend oa mpe
or hitu-er at rear of platf orra icr anpport. bat m he'd
riiriiVy in pUre by ata owa weicht. makir.c h inpoa
b e ior the machine to be tnmbied down aa incline ta
back of drk by tlx break irg oi a rear anpnort. The
machine mtsoo patent siideavhch keepa Ihe machine
in piare. andcaa be dran out beyond the dcak, wc'J
ur. -r-r the operator's hand.
Third. Ihe conmctina of the Id eloMoc
machine snare nuke-t it ar ticht. and the tjble hjv.
tr.s frit a-juad us buarccra Utvroacbly (irutccta im
ii nine i i'nu atm,
tvunh 1 be fnot rest as1 the cnostrnrtina of
the table adjnstmenta nu.n the drVe as ruined as
thotiKb the top vasone sulid nnant, srhirh r. a mailer
of frrrat imp-irtAuce lie re a so.m1 1v-k- vnlj nr lti ta
required, iso cp-rator can do good mrk oa a ahaar
The cabinet r a aoieadi i piece of cabiaet
work. W e n-.antilac-.ure thera in W alnut. Anl-q'-ic
"ii;, Naiura k. Natural Cherry, Cherry iautauoa.
lahofrany and Asa.
Azcnts wanted to set! thew emblneta. and wheea m
have no aKenoes estmbiuhed sre will sell direct fraol
our works at wholesale pricea.
Address all cutarounicaiioiis to
Whineton, N. J.
ROLLER CESK CO
J. I RAWLS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NICE
Fine selection of Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Gold Pens, Jewel
ry, Diamonds, Garnet, Emerald,
Topaz, Pearl and many others.
Ihe finest lot of Silverware
ever exhibited in Wilson. A
nice line of plush (roods which
will be sold at reduced prices.
The finest selection of Vases
and Fancy Goods in town, chi
na tea and wash-stand Bets. I
also sell the celebrated Fischer
Piano, Burdette Organ, Music
Boxes, and other
Call and examine my stock
before purchasing, at my new
store, on Nash street, opposite
Court House square.
AX v d vrrc K
. & s3. COAT!
Timt NattobalEakb: or Wtuku.
Wllsan, If. Dec, Xth. lies.
Th Stockholders of this Bank are hereby
not i flexl that their annual meetinjr f.T election
of Clrectort lor the ensutc? yar, will be held
in the Directors rooia in the Bank Bulldinar on
the second Tueaday in January ln(j, at 13
J0HX HUTCHINSOS, CehJer.
3IX-C0RI) SPOOL COTTON
VOTJ CAN BUY IT OF
For Sale Tjy
J. & 1 Oettinger.
J. D. &, S. O. Well,
J.T. Wif jrin.
TOISXOT, N. C.
(FUR BOYS AXD GIRLS.)
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Spring Sewjiou bejsins Jn'w 1
lor farther la formation '
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two twrt nj am tai,.'..(j rh"t 2
h-Vf Mnick th- rii-nt ll.lr at l:..i.
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I niike all ch-r prt iiara-
.turn of av Klm.hir k1nJ. u sjwiclav.
Lr:r-.n-ii.in ,m rnn:rl at. to wbai
'io UM c.r Knoll 4-.t e.it. Th.a tvt
I :n o-vht to oinm-ui 11 w a
iroub.ed mjth lj-f pfiLa.
J. X. liOLMKS.
VlarUtul. X. J.
rnr Bv Rrrular Hnblt of Itod
stttbout rhasiiis; (lie l iH or tla
orcrmnialnc tt Sratein. take
f;OTCNS LIYIiH REGULATOR
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rOrTBHJHTx tor c-a.-i.
enstaav-r tunA. Jtar.:-ut
rsa! (O. r.leat rv.lrhas.
The partberhip heretofore ez
wtiDR between E. L- llawkinn and
W. B. Brldgers, unltr tbe firm
Pan)eoniawUla8& Bridjrers. has
this day diwolTt-a by mutoal cun
Wnt. AUimtmjus holding claims
against the firm will present them
to w. B. Briber for pavrnenr, all
lerons indebted to the firm will
settle with him.
W. B. Bridgebs.
Having purchased the Machine
Shops of Murray & Benton, we
will Inform the public general
ly that we are now prepared to
do all, kinds of work on en
gines, mills tc.
. A.R. Paschall & Bro.
"Wilson, N.C. v
H. F. KEEL & &
URKEN VILLI: NX
Have Just receive! a tf
load of Hor.esan J Mu!'11;8
they will sell cheap
or on tim t rssniir.MF trD
Call and examine t f J
lug rl.ewl-re. TL-y x
a first-clas Liven- a3
stables in cuunti :i.
V ' ! rrfti,
Sprinc Term of '
of January. Osif " te
lqTlJJM'd Sell :vtU ill !
teachir. I'm- m'!i-:j''-
ttnn 1. ..nit'. .- .....1 T-v
Si'arifl.r.I ..f v.i,'iiKt;li t'fr
lf f advaiitvi M.
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potior. il.r' lv t'rn ,lVrt
fixation al-ii!-(rtf!'' ,.
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