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If You Have
COUGH OR GOLD
Wasting of Rash
Or any DUertse where the Throai and Lnnft
art Inflnmet, JUiek of gtrenath or Kerm
foux-r, yu can be relieved anil Ctii'id bp
PURE COD LIVER OIL
With Hy pophosph i tes.
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Ath for Heotf Emu'te
mlanation or tolicitatioi
onI let no
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Sold by nil tjjgisi.
icon bowb:.c !
BUY in August, Bepwb
or October and pay I WM
crops are sold. Spot Com
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Just a little cash down, balOS
December loth. No InlrresC.
Oar entire stock any link
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mer oiler we ever mil".
Write for Clrcalar-
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Poke Root, Black Cohosh, Yellow Dock, Blood
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The Best Blood Medicine Sold. Price 50c.
Cure Biliousness, Constipation, Sick Head
ache, Sallow Skin, Dyspepsia, Flatulence,
Heartburn, &c. A trial will prove it. Price 25c
For Sale by ',
A. W. ROWLAND,
5-14. Wilson, N. C. '
Tills popular remedy never falls to
fY actually cure
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result Is good appetlle
and solid flesh. Dose small ; oi-'gant-lj
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titrs for ;
Bjniea, ana s stamped on bottom. Address
li. lJUlil.l.A Kril.'li! 11 : . i. Sfi . htf
E. R. GAY
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HOR'JE AND CATTLP Pnwnrno
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Mo H ir.ss will rlie f Couc. Hots
" r'ii'.9 i owaers are used in tup.'
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r-xwiers will in ri :i-p the nnanlitr ol lnilfe !
S3 tw"nt' '.. ... make the bWr n
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DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
1 1890 J
l.l- r, t si 11 11 .dssssass.
" " Mr
(SMkt WflilTH ITS WtlSrlT
nhs'jf. ' "Spthers' Frtcad." IS Wrth
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S BLOOD and SKIN S
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(Manager fur M. R. LansrO J
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NOT ONE SORE NOW
Uaby Afflicted with Bad Sores and
Eruptions. No Relief. Permanently
Cured byHhe Cuticura.
Daring the summer of 1889 my eighteen months
old infant was so afflicted with eruptions that ordi
nary domestic remedies failed to give any relief.
( n his hips would often appear the seeming track
nttio vv!r..like worm, and on other parts of his
bad soios came and remained till I procured
n. iVTiri'n Hkmediks. For some time I used
Ox: soap and salve without a blood medicine, but
tin y did not do so well as when all were used to
"ether. It has now been nearly a year since the
eruption was healed, and I very much feared it
' . . .1 ....... U .. r. f ( Vli II IIIIOT
woulil return wnn me warm wtamci ui
but the summer is passed and not one sore naa
red od him. Mrs. A. M. wai.km,
Sore from Waist Down
I had three of the best physicians in Padncah,
and they did me no good. I'used your CuTicrjBa
Kkmeihes, and they have cured me sound and
well. I was sore from my waist down with ec
r.eott. They have cured me with no sign of return.
I owe my life to Cuticura, for without a doubt, I
V'onl(l have been in my grave had it not been for
vim r remedies. Allow me to-return my slncerest
thanks. W. II. QUALLS, Paducah, Ky.
If'thfi thousands fTtttle babies who have been
1 . i agonizing, itching, burning, bleeding,
i-aly, :-.i'd blotchy skiu and scalp diseases could
. n luil a hosfcof letters would he received by
fetors of the Cuticura Remedies. Few
.r.v'mto the agony these little ones suffer,
n these great remedies relieve in a single
i. 11 tin most distressing eczemas and itch
' ud -imiing skin diseases, and point to a speedy
1 I i..'rmanent cure, it is positively inhuman not
u?e them without a moment's delay.
rerywhere. Trice, Cuticura, SOc.; Soap,
.-oi.vent, $1. 1'repared by the Potter
.1 1 iikmicai. Corporation, Boston, Mass.
ltd fur " How to Cure Skin Diseases.
Skin and Scalp puritied and beautified
by Cuticura Soap. Absolutely pure.
HOW MY 8IDE ACHE8!
Aching Sides and Back, Hip, Kidney,
and Uterine Pains, and Rheumatism
r..l icva.l in r r n inlnnlP ltV the flltl.
C'i 9 mra Anti-Pain Plter. The first
ind ouly instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
-.(., ; 2 cn.irr P P.
f. a ft fpleLdid couiblcalloB,
and Vrtwrrib it with erest utisfmcUon tow th. cxm f
all torn and ita-t f rVimsrr, Scoadarr d Tfttsrr
fifluic Rh-uuiaUtni( Ixtoiiuooi L leer u4
Cbrtmie "i.rs tht have rttrd all treatment. Cntnirh
. KIOOD FDiSON
Sim TttfMCT, Kczem Chronic Female CoriiplajnU, Mef
euTiai PoL'r.c. Telwr. s.Id ImsvsL etc., etc.
P. P. P. a iMwerfDl tonic and an excellent m
tg up the system rapidly.
n linpnre pondftion due to memtmal tojw&gjjjjfl gjj
l.fif;-s wnoea iTiumi ara no
l.V tiic Vroiioerlul U.utc aod blood
of P. P. P., Fr. kly Aah Poke Root
LIFFMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists, Lippman'a Blookj SAVANNAH, QA.
ROR SALE HV
WILSON, N. C.
its v. oirtht it.
srs than cthf
't 'a-tint rr-othftrs; says 1
Liiilct;.uN Cainii, 111
This is the way
with the Ball corset: if you
want ease and shapeliness,
you buy it but you don't
keep it unless you like it.
After two or three weeks'
wear, you can return it and
have your money.
Comfort isn't all of it
though. Soft Eyelets, and
"bones" that can't break or
kink Ball's corsets have
both of these.
FOR SALE BY
Is" j es
J-iv'Jiai if iellciild
L-! t':i?uiK properties
tiirt P a jtain.
HE SEES J. NAPOLEON.
SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS
OF ARTEMUS WARD.
Valuable Information Obtained Kegara-
ing the Health of Emperor Louis and
Empress Eugenie Tribute Paid to the
First Napoleon Columbus Criticised.
Copyrighted and published by special arrange
ment with U. W. ouungnam, new iuk, puo-
INT EB VIEW WITH THE PRINCE NAPOLEON.
I hain't writ much for
the papers of late nobody
needn't natter t heir
selves that the under
sined is ded. On the
con try, "I still live," which words was
spoken by Danyil Webster, who was a
able man. Even the old-line whigs of
Boston admit that.
Webster is ded now, howsever, and his
mantle has probably fallen into the
hands of sum dealer in 2nd hand close,
who can't sell it. Leastways nobody
pears to be goin round wearin it to any
perticler extent, now days, lhe ngi
mint of whom I was -urnel, finerly con
cluded they was betL t adapted as Home
Gards, which accounts for your not
hearin of me, ear this, where the bauls
is the thickest and where the cannon
doth roar. But as a American citizen I
shall never cease to admire the masterly
advance our troops made on Washiii
ton from Bull Run, a short time ago. It
was well dun. I spoke to my wife Dout
it at the time. My wife sed it was well
It havin there4 bin determined to per
tect Baldinsville at all hazzuds, and as
there was no apprehensions of any im
mejit danger, I thought I would go orf
onto a pleasure tower. Accordingly I
put on a clean Biled Shirt and started
for Washiuton. I went there to see the
Prints Napoleon, and not to see the
place, which I will here take occasion to
obsarve is about as uninterestin a locali
ty as there is. It is easy enough to see
why a man goes to the poor house or the
penitentiary. It's becawz he can't help
it. But why he should woluntarily go
and live in Washinton is intirely be
yond my comprehension, and I can't say
no fairer nor that.
I put up to a leadin hotel. I saw the
landlord and sed, "How d'ye do.
"Fifty cents, sir," was his reply.
"Half-a-dollar. We charge twenty -five
cents for lookin at the landlord, and fifty
cents for speakin to him. If you want
supper, a boy will show you to the dinin
room for twenty-five cents. Your room
bein in the tenth story, it will cost you
a dollar to be shown up there."
"now mucn uo you ax for a man
breathin in this eqninoinikal tarvun?
, "Ten cents a Breth," was his reply.
Washinton hotels are very reasonable
in their charges. JN. B. This is Sar
I sent up my keerd to the Prints, and
was iminejitly ushered before him. He
received me kindly, and axed me to sit
"I hav cum to pay my respecks to
you. Sister Napoleon, hopin I see you
hale and harty."
"i am quite well, he sed. "Air you
"Sound as a cuss!" I answerd.
ne seemea to be pleased with my
ways, and we entered into conversation
"How's Lewis?" I axed, and he sed the
Emperor was well. Eugeny was like
wise well, he sed. Then I axed him was
Lewis a good provider? did he cum
home arly nites? did he perf 00m her bed
room at a onseasonable hour with gin
anu tanzyr aiu ne go to "the Loage on
nites when there wasn't any Lodge? did
he often hav to go down town to meet a
friend? did he hav a extensiv acquaint
ance among poor young widders whose
husbands was in Californy? to all of
which questions the Prints perlitely re-
plide, givin me to understan that the
Emperor was behavin well.
"I ax these questions, my royal duke
and most noble hinessaud imperials, be
caws I'm anxious to know how he stands
as a man. I know he's smart. He is
cunnin, he is long heded, he is deep he
is grate. But onless he is grooZ he'll
come down with a crash one of these
days and the Bonyparts will be Bustid
up agin. Bet yer life!"
"Air you a preacher, sir?" he inquirea
"No, sir. But I bleeve in morality. I
likewise bleeve in Meetin Houses. Show
me a place where there isn't any Meetin
TT i 1
nouses, ana wnere preachers is never
awn, and 111 show you a place where
old hats air stufted into broken winders,
where the children air dirty and ragged.
where gates have no hinges, where the
women are slipshod, and where maps of
the devil's 'wild land' air painted upon
men s shirt bosums with tobacco joocel
That's what I'll show you. Let us con
sider what the preachers do for us before
we aboose 'em."
He sed he didn't mean to aboose the
clergy. Not at all, and he was happy to
see that I was interested in the Bonypart
"It's a grate family," sed I. "But
they scooped the old man in."
"Napoleon the Grand. The Britishers
scooped him at Waterloo. He wanted
to do too much, and he did it! They
scooped him in at Waterloo, and he
subsekently died at St. Heleny! There's
where the gratest military man this
world ever projuced pegged out. It was
rather hard to consine such a man as
him to St. Heleny, to spend his larst
days in catchin mackeril, and walkin up
and down the dreary beach in a military
cloak drawn titely round him, (see pict-er-books),
but so it was. 'Hed of the
Army!' Them was his larst words. So
he had bin. He was grate! Don't I
wish we had a pair of his old boots to
command sum of our Brigades!"
This pleased Jerome, and he took me
warmly by the hand.
"Alexander the Grate was punkins," I
continnered, "but Napoleon waspunkin
ser! Alic wept becaws there was no
more worlds to scoop, and then took to
drinkin. He drowndid his sorrers in the
flowin bole, and the flowin bole was too
much for him. Itginerallyis. He under
took to give a snake exhibition in his
boots, but it killed him. That was a
bad juke on Alic!"
"Since yon air so solicitous about
France and the Emperor, may I ask you
bow your own country is getting along?"
sed Jerome, in a pleasant voice.
"It's mixed," I sed. "But I think we
shall cum out all right."
"Columbus, when he diskivered this
magmheent continent, coma hav naa no
idee of the grandeur it would one day
assoom," sed the Prints.
"It cost Columbus twenty thousand
dollars to fit out his explorin expedition,"
sed I. "If he had bin a sensible man
he'd have put the money in a hoes rail
road or a gas company, and left this
magnificent continent to intelligent sav
ages, who when they get hold of a good
thing knew enuff to keep it, and who
wouldn't have seceded, nor rebelled, nor
knockt Liberty in the hed with a slung
shot. Columbus wasn't much of a feller,
after all. It would hav bin money in
my pocket if he'd staid at home. Chris,
ment well, but he pnt his foot in it when
he saled for America." - -
We talked sum more about matters
and things, and at larst I riz to go. "I
will now say good bye to you, noble sir,
and good luck to you. Likewise the
same to Clotildy. Also to the gorgeous
persons which compose your soot. If
the Emperor's boy don't like livin at the
Tooleries, when he gits older, and would
like to imbark in the show bizniss, let
him come with me and I'll make a man
of him. Yon find us sum what mixed,
as I before obsarved, but come again
next year and vou'll find us clearer nor
ever. The American Eagle has lived too
surapturusly of late his stummic be
cum foul, and he's takin a slite emetic.
That's all. We're gettin ready to strike
a big blow and a sure one. When we
do strike the fur will fly and secession
will be in the hands of the undertaker,
sheeted for so deep a grave that nothin
short of Gabriel's trombone will ever
awaken it! Mind what I say. You've
heard the showman!"
Then advisin him to keep away from
the Peter Funk auctions of the East, and
the proprietors of corner-lots in the
West, I bid him farewell and went
There was a levee at Senator What s-
his-name's, and I thought I'd jine in the
festivities for a spell. Who should I see
but she that was Sarah Watkins, now
the wife of our Congresser, trippin in the
dance, dressed up to kill in her store
close. Sarah's father used to keep a little
grosery store in our town and she used
to clerk it for him in busy times. I was
rushin up to shake hands with her when
she turned on her heel, and tossin her
hed in a contemptooius manner, walked
away from me very rapid. "Hallo, Sal,"
hollered, "can't you measure me a
quart of them best melasses? I may
want a codfish, also! I guess this re
minded her of the little red store, and
"the days of her happy childhood."
But I fell in with a nice little gal after
that, who was much sweeter than Sally's
father's melasses, and I axed her if we
shouldn't glide in the messy dance. She
sed we should, and we Glode.
I intended to make this letter very
seris, but a few goaks may have accident
ally crept in. Never mind. Besides, I
think it improves a komick paper to pub
lish a goak once in a while. Yours
Muchly. Ward (Artemus).
NOTES FROM BOSTON.
Old Mr. Fannel is ded, but his Hall is
still into full blarst. This is the Cradle
in which the Goddess of Liberty was
rocked, my Dear. The Goddess hasn't
bin very well durin' the past few years,
and the num'ris quack doctors she called
in didn't help her any; but the old gal's
physicians now are men who understand
their bisness, Major-generally speakin',
and. I think the day is near when she'll
be able to take her three meals a day.
and sleep nights as comfbly as in the
This celebrated institootion of learnin'
is pleasantly situated in the Bar-room of
Parker's, in School street, and has poo
pils from all over the country.
I had a letter, yes'd'y, by the way,
from our mootual son, Artemus, Jr.,
who is at BoWdoin College in Maine.
He writes that he's a Bo wdoin Arab. &
Is it cum to ths? Is this Boy, as I nur
tured with a Parent's care into his child
hood's hour is he goin' to be a Grate
American humorist? Alars! I fear it is
too troo. Why didn't I bind him out to
the Patent Travellin' Vegetable Pill
Man, as was struck with his appearance
at our last County Fair, & wanted him
to go with him and be a Pillist? Ar,
these Boys they little know how the
old folks worrit about 'em. But my
father he never had no occasion to wor
rit about me.
You know, Betsy, that when I fust
commenced my career as a moral ex
hibitor with a six-legged cat and a Bass
drum, I was only a simple peasant child
sknrce 15 Summers had flow'd over
my youthful hed. But I had sum mind
of my own. My father understood this.
"Go," he said "go, my son, and hog
the public!" (he ment, "knock em," but
the old man was alius a little given to
slang). He put his withered han trem
blinly onto my hed, and went sa41y into
A Oaiigrroufi Period.
As the season moves swiftly toward
the boundary lines that lie between
winter and Spring, it frequently hap
pens that the human system, which
has borne the strain of Winter, shows
signs of relaxation. In all ages this
period has been noted as a dangerous
one. A course of the great blood
purifier and tonic, S. S. S., will ena
ble the most delicate to face the sea
son's changes with impunity. It is a
medicine that not only strengthens
the weak and the delicate, but is an
additional safeguard for those who
consider themselves strong.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and ur
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO.
SAM FRAHCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, Kt. HEW YORK, H.f.
OF NEW YORK.
ASSETTS, - - - $10,500,000.
The Policies written by the Washington
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Unrestricted as to residence and
travel after two years.
Incontestable after two years.
Secured by an Invested Reserve.
Solidly backed by bonds and mort
gages, first liens on real estate.
Safer than railroad securities.
Not affected by the Stock market
Better paying investments than U.
Less expensive than assessment
More liberal than the law requires.
T. L. ALFRIEND, Manager,
SAM'L L. ADAMS,
Special Dist. Agent,
Room 6, Wright Building,
4-30-iy. Durham, N. C.
When in Wilson at the Livery, Feed,
and Sale Stables of ELLIS & WIG
GINS, on Goldsboro Street, where your
horse will be well cared tor.
Fine turn-outs for hire on reasonable
terms. Give us a call.
ELLIS & WIGGINS,
5-21-301. Wilson, N. C. 1
J. R. Rawls,
WILSON, N. C:,
Has now, and keeps constantly on hand
a full line of
Suitable for presents for friends.
Musical Instruments kept in stock.
EWatches, Clocks, and Jewelry re
paired at short notice.
Have you seen my new line of Rings?
They are beauties. Call and let me
show you around.
JOHN R. RAWLS.
00 for a Pair of n
.nufrg' Remnants. I
Satisfaction guaranteed or 1
SEND YOUR ADDRESS FOR SAMPLES
And Instruct Ions for Self-Meat urment.
PIEDMONT PANTS COMPANY.
WINSTON. N. C.
That is the Verdict of those who use
The "Snow Stick" lor Log Barns.
No planter who raises Tobacco can afford not to use them. It is the
simplest, and most complete, arrangement yet devised to save all the tobacco
leaves grown, commonly called "primings," and make them marketable at
the highest prices, and the only mode whereby you can save them in such
manner that every leaf catches the same amount of heat and air on every
side at the same time, thus insuring a uniform cure. There is no chance to
crowd the leaves (as is the case when strung on cords) even if you tried to.
Don't flatter yourself that you can do more than those who have spent a
life time in handling tobacco. Send for our illustrated pamphlet and read
the testimonials of those who have tried them. I
To Those Interested : I have been asked to give my opinion upon
the practical mode of the process of curing tobacco with the Snow Stick,
or more commonly known as the wire process. I preface my remarks by
saying I have been in tobacco, have handled and been intimately associated
with this great staple all my life, and have watched closely every new device
that had for its object the improvement and lifting the burden off the shoul
ders of the producer, who had it to bear.
I know that it don't take a Solomon to say it, but the man who invents
these labor-saving tobacco curing outfits should be classed as a benefactor of
1 st. By the use of the wire stick you can save the bottom leaves which
would otherwise be lost by firing.
2d, It don't require experts to gather and string these leaves chaps
ten years old can do it as well as men.
3d. By taking off the lower leaves as they mature you hasten the rip
ening of the plant this alone is a decided advantage.
4th. The primings, or bottom leaves, thus saved, when cured, make
first and second class cutters, which under the old way, while waiting for the
body and top of the plant to get fully ripe or "grained" for the knife, is lost
entirely all of which when secured can be cured in your barn with less fuel.
But from observation in this section I have found in my travels that fuel is
but of second consideration at present, but when you get regularly into to
bacco you will find this item of wood of considerable import, and you would
do well to commence in time to take care of iL
When I read the strong endorsement of the Snow Stick process by
such tobacco men as Maj. R. L. Ragland, Hyco, Va., and F. M. Rogers,
Jr., Florence, S. C, together with many others, I could not hesitate to give
my full endorsement. Ed. M. PACE,
Manager Wilson Tobacco Warehouse.
Put in your order for 500 sticks and 8 baskets fpr each 1 6
foot barn more in proportion for larger barns the best in
vestment you ever made. It don't take an expert to select the
bottom leaves, nor to string or cure them.
Beautifully illustrated pamphlet with full instructions on
Raising, Curing, and Handling Tobacco issued freeby
MODERN TOBACCO BARN CO.,
Oxford, North Carolina.
L. F. LUCAS, Lucama, N. C,
Agent for Wilson County.
A TLANTIC COAST LINE.
WILMINGTON & WELDON R. R.
TRAINS -GOING SOUTH.
t j Fm No. a7.N0. 41.
Dated No. Fast M'. Daily,
April 26, 1891. Daily. DaUy. ex. Siln.
Lv Weldon,.. 1230pm 543pm 620am
Ar Rocky Mt. 140 pm 724 am
Ar Tarboro. . 2 17 pm
Lv Tarboro. . 1035 am
Ar Wilson 218 pm 700 pm 753 am
Lv Wilson f2 30 pm
Ar Selma . . . . 330 pm
Ar Fay'ville.. 530pm
Lv Goldsboro 315pm 740pm 840am
Lv Warsaw... 414pm 934am
Lv Magnotia . 4 27 pm 8 40 pm 9 49 am
Ar Wilm'gton 600pm 9 55pm 11 20 am
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 14. No. 78.
Dai,y- Dai'y- ex. SL.
Lv Wilmg'ton 12-35 am 915 am 425 pm
Lv Magnolia. 2 05 am 10 57 am 610 pm
Lv Warsaw 11 11 am 625 pm
Ar Goldsboro 3 05 am 12 05 pm 730 pm
Lv Faye'ville 9 10 am
Ar Selma 1108 am . .
Ar Wilson 12 10 pm ........
Lv Wilson 343 am 1258 pm 823 pm
Ar Rocky Mt 130pm 853 pm
Ar Tarboro 2 17 pm
Lv Tarboro 10 35 am
ArWeldbn... 505am 2 55pm 1000 pm
Daily, except Sunday.
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch road
leave weldon 3:10 p m; rialiiax, 3:32 p
m; arrive Scotland Neck 4:1s; Green
ville, 6:02 p m: Kinston, 7:10 p m. Re
turning leaves Kinston 7:00 a m; Green
ville, 8:10 a m; arriving at Halifax 10:45
am; VY eldon 11:05 a m daily, except
Train leaves Tarboro, via. Albemarle
& Raleigh R. R., daily, except Sunday
4:05 p m, Sunday 3.00 p m; arrive Wil
Ham st on 6:30 p m, 4:20 p m; Plymouth,
7:50 p m, 5:20 p m. Returning leaves
Plymouth daily, except Sunday, 6:20 a
m, Sunday 9:00 a m; Williamston, 7:40
a m, 9:58 a m; arrive I arboro 10:05 a m
1 1:20 a m.
Train on Midland Branch road leaves
Goldsboro daily, except Sunday, 7:00 a
m; arrive Smithfield 8:30 a m. Return
ing leaves Smithfield 9:00 a m; arrives
Goldsboro 10: 30 a m.
Train on Nashville Branch leaves
Rocky Mount 3200 p m; arrives Nash
ville 3:40 p m; Spnnghope, 4:15 p m
Returning leaves Springhope 10:00 a m;
Nashville, 10:35 a m arriving at Rocky
Mount 11:15 a m, daily, except Sunday.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves War
saw for Clinton daily, except Sunday, at
6.00 p m, and 11:15 a m. Returning
leaves Llinton at 0:20 a m, and 3:10 p m,
connecting at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 40,
23 and 78.
Southbound train on Wilson & Fay
etteville Branch, is No. 51; Northbound
is No. 50. Daily, except Sunday.
Train No. 27, South, will stop only at
W llson, Goldsboro and Magnolia.
Train No. 78 makes close connection
at v eldon lor all points North, daily,
an ran via. Kicnmono, and daily, ex
cept Sunday, via. Bay Line.
JOHN F. DIVINE,
General Sup t.
R. Kenlv, Ass't Gen'l Manager
M. Emerson, Gen'l Pass'r Ag't.
STILL ON THE MARKET WITH
OUR OLD RELIABLE
We Guarantee the Planters of this section Prices as Low as
any first-class Guano can be sold.
For Bright Tobacco,
Whann's Guano is Unexcelled.
The results last season showed it superior to brands that
cost almost double the money.
For Cotton, Corn and Peanuts, you can buy
no better Fertilizers than
Whann's, Bradley's and Palapsco.
We have been handling these First-Class Goods for twenty
years and the quantities sold every season is positive proof
that they are THE best.
M. Rountree & Co.
Cooke, Clark & Co.,
(SUCCESSORS TO LUTHER SHELDON.)
Sash, Doors and Blinds, Builders' Hardware
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty,
No., 1 6 West Side Market Square and Roanoke Ave.,
ranch & Co.,
Wilsor, N. CX
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
IN ITS FULLEST SCOPE.
THE BUSINESS OF
Wootton's Patent Wire Tobacco Hangers
CAN BE USED IN ANY BARN.
Wires ara mova'jie. Tobacco can be properly Spaced on Stick and Bulksd
Down on the Wires when cured. Simplest, Cheapest and Best in the Markst.
PRIC ES, when ash Accompanies the Order :
109 Sticks Complete (T Wires to Stick) 9Van
1,00 Wires (No Sticks) 4-
PRICKS ON TIME t ,n
100 Ssteks Complete J-fJj
Sample Stick and Wire for 5 Cents.
ST" Treatise on Tobacco Culture and Curing FREE.
TOBACCO HANGER MFC CO., Houston, Halifax Co., Va.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Mantels, Moulding
and Stair Work.
HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, ETC.
5, 7 and 8 Atlantic Street,
J. C. HA1.KS, Cashier.