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Wilson. N. C.
October iS, 1894.
Ill l.l I.AK 1H.VOCK V! IC TICKET.
JONAS W. CROWE LL.
1 Ok CI.F.RK .si 1T.RIOR CUl'KT,
JEFFERSON I). HARDIN.
FOR KKGISTFR OF DKF.I )S,
spencer m. warren.
WILLIAM T. FARMER.
CHARLES E. MOORE.
FOR SKNA 1 !:,
(il'.OROE W. 11LOUNT.
FOR 1IOFSF. RF.l'K F.SF.NTATi VF.S,
JONATHAN TOM LINS( )N.
E. A. WOODARI).
I NO. E. WOODARI).
What fault can anyone find with
the Democratic members of the
Supreme Court? They have been
fair, impartial, and just in their rulings,
and have made a model court. Why
not retain them? Will haircloth
make a better Chief Justice than
Shepherd? Will Furchcs make a
better judge than IlunvelP Consider
well before you vote.
Wi: acknowledge receipt of an in
vitation to attend the 3-inl annual
fair ot the Cumberland county Agri
cultural society. The fair is to be held
at Fayetteville on November 14-16.
Our thanks are due Mr. C. W. Law
rence, Secretary, for the compliment.
It is an old institution and will doubt
less get up a good exhibit this year.
Nkari.v three weeks of campaign
work remains to be done. Let those
three weeks be passed with sledge
hammer blows by the Democratic
speakers Reduce the campaign to
State politics, and sto.nd squarely up
on the Raleigh platform. That sil
ver plank can save the State by itself
if the people are told about it. Sound
the trumpet and let the silver ring.
Axv man who is attempting to
straddle the silver plank in the
Raleigh platform should be relieved
of his service in the interest of the
Democratic party and sent home to
meditate upon the silver question.
We want no campaigner to be gad
ding about the State talking about
riots in Chicago, and ignoring the
currency question altogether. Such
men are not only not doing any good
but they are doing harm. Call them
Mfch-a-do is being made by cer
tain Democratic papers to get Capt.
Kitchin to come back to the parly
that he served so long and which he
has 50 recently left. We think that
is all wrong. Of course we all want
the Captain to come back, but we
should not tell him so, because just
as soon as he finds out that the Dem
ocrats want him to come back just as
sure will he go the other way. Kitch
in must be ignored in order to be de
caged. Cait. Kitchin has been cam
paigning the Stat. now tor about
four months, but no one, if the papers
tell the truth, has been able to get at
the point of the Captain's talk. He says
that so far as the State affairs are con
cerned, there is no fault to find with
the Democrats. He does not advise
any one to vote the Populist-Republican
ticket, but says that he is dis
cussing principles and not advising
anybody how to vole. He is mag
nanimous to the people. He wish.es
them to be untrammelled in their
Ireedom. In other words, he just
wishes to convert them and let them
join any church they choose.
Somf. months ago we had an edi
torial on the subject "Turn Loose the
Cents." Last week we saw the edi
torial copied in one of our best ex
changes, but credited to another pa
per. We are inclined to think that
that other paper used the article with
out credit in the first instance and so
led the former into error. We were
led into error that way ourselves last
week by giving credit to one paper
which should have been given to
another. The filching of matter
is getting to be common and it
should be broken up.
Wh at is the secret ot Jarvis' sec
cess as a campaigner? It is because
he is standing upon the Raleigh plat
form and dues not fear to disauss the
currency question. He discusses the
tariff, it is true, but the silver question
receives its share of attention. There
are other Democratic speakers in th
field, who do not even touch upon
that question. They are cowardly,
and should be dismisse d from service
by the Democratic executive com
mittee. They should not be allowed
to thus toy with Democratic princi-
Sf.nator Jarvis has been in the
West making Democratic speeches
lor the last month. He does not
lear to discuss any part ol the Raleigh
platform. He stands squarely upon
that documcnt.silverandall. He is not
bushwhacking on any part of it. He is
discussing the silver question as much
as he is discussing the tariff question.
I Ie is making the Republicans and
Populists run to cover all along the
line. Let the other speakers stand
upon the silver plank and sound the
silver horn also, and they will accom
WHAT HATH Til K I'AIiTV DOMC
Many are asking themselves some
important questions just now. Some
men, who have- affiliated with the
People's Party, aie now seriously
considering the question oi party
fidelity. They are honest men, and
they want an honest reason for stand
ing by the party of their choice.
There is a very important question
uppermost in the minds of all. It is
his: What has the Democratic party
(lone? That is a pertinent question,
and one that is eminently just. Every
man has a perfect right to ask it, and
all have the same right Id an answer.
We propose to mention one thing
that the party has done since it came
into power. Eighteen years ago the
great Zeb Vance was elected Govern
or of North Carolina. The Demo
crats carried the legislature the same
year. Since that time the Old North
State has remained Democratic.
What has the party done in these
eighteen years? Men who have had
their eyes open during these years
can answer that question by giving a
variety of things done. There is no
need of telling how our courts have
been purged of unjust judges and
property and life rendered secure by
wholesome Democratic legislation.
There is no need of referring to the
lour hundred per cent, reduction in
taxation that has been brought about
by Democratic measures. That has
already been referred to in these col
umns. There is no need of telling
how Republican extravagance has
given place to Democratic economy.
That is an old song that even the
children have learned to sing.
It is not necessary to tell how Re
publican tricks and frauds have been
exposed by Democratic detectives.
All of those things have been known
and read of by the many. It is not
needful to dwell upon them, because
they are admitted as facts.
There is one thing, however, that
we wish to call attention to now, one
thing that the party has done that
deserves to rank as one of the great
things of Democratic policy. That is
the country government system.
Soon after the war the negro pop
ulation was the most numerous in
nearly all of the eastern countries.
They had been recently slaves and of
course were ignorant of government.
They had the right to vote however,
and exercised that right. They elec
ted magistrates of their own color
and ignorance. They elected com
missioners the same way. The af
fairs of the counties passed into the
hands ol incompetent persons. They
wasted the finance ol the counties.
They mismanaged the affairs, and
piled up debts upon the county
governments until th? people of those
counties in their agony cried out,
:'save us from the ignorant majority,
save our people from themselves."
The Democratic party heard that
cry. They adopted it as their slogan
and great was the victoiy won.
The government of the counties
was taken from the hands of incom
petent managers and placed in those
of intelligence and honesty. No man
can say that the county government
sy.-.tem has been a mistake. No man
can say that Democrats have man
aged the county government badly.
It has had a clean record.
Then what has the party done?
There is no objection to the answer.
Let it be answered from the hill tops
and let the welkin ring with its mel
ody. Oi It STATU TIC'KKT.
What concerns North Carolinians
more closely than anything else this
year is the election right here in
this State. We are, or should be,
more interested in the election of
good men to sit upon our Supreme
court bench and Superiour court
benches than anything else. There
is hardly a matter to come up lor our
consideration more important than
Good men are now upon these
benches. Good men are now candi
dates for these positions. It is emi-
d r.tJv desirable that good men should
elected to those places. The
courts of North Carolina are noted
for their uprightness. They were
not always thus. In the days that
are gone there were corrupt men up
on the bench. Drunkards were
known to be holding the balances.
Libertines were on the bench to ren
der decision upon questions of chasti
ty. Bribe takers were there to de
cide questions of honesty or dishon
esty. Immoral men were there to de
cide questions oi morals.
Happily, however, those days have
passed. The old State has been
rescued from the clutches of those
who degraded her courts and dis
graced her records. Honest men,
sober men, and moral men have been
placed in those high places of honor
to dispense justice to our people. For
twenty years the Democrats have
supplied the men for those posts of
duty. Every man now upon the
bench in North Carolina is a Demo
crat. They have filled those places
with honor and dignity. No man
can point out a flaw in the judicial
character of Shepherd, or Clarke, or
Butwell, or McRae. They are men
eminently qualified for the positions
lor which they are now candidates.
Every man that has been nominat
ed by the Democrats either for the
Supreme court or Superior court will
fill the office with honor. They are
men ot acute legal learning and ju:
dicial minds. They are nun of high
character and incorruptible qualities.
They are men who have made model
judges and will continue to hold the
balances of justice with stead)' hands.
Do North Carolinians desire to
turn these incorruptible judges out
and run the risk ol putting others
less pure in their places? Are North
Carolinians growing tired of courts
characterized by fairness and impar
tiality and want to return to the days
ofdrunken and debauched tribunals?
Beware then ol trifling with this mat
ter. The matter presents itself thus:
We have a pure judiciary. We have
tried it and found it good. Is it safe
to cast off the pure for one that is not
puier? Is it safe to turn down one
that we know is upright and put in
one that, to say the least.is suspicious?
We think not. North Carolinians
love justice. They love and honor
the upright judge. They will cling
to a bench that is pure. F"or that
reason we believe the ticket headed
by the incorruptible Shepherd will
WHAT WILL Till: FA KM Kit .SAY?
This is a time of political heresies.
Opinions and count opinions are
plentiful. Theories and vagaries are
rife. Charges and counter charges are
made. Criminations and recrimina
tions are indulged in.
One scarcely knows what to be
lieve. An ordinary man is almost
fit sea when he begins to think about
things political. I Ie scarcely knows
where to place his confidence. So
many contrary views and statements
confront him whenever he undertakes
to read a little on political matters.
He reads what one man says, which
seems reasonable; and maybe next
day sees all those things knocked
in the head by the brilliant wit of
another on contradictory lines. Then
what shall plain everyday folks do?
It will not do, as we all know, to lis
ten at every idle word that is spoken;
and it may as well be said at once,
that nearly all these political clap
traps that one sees in the papers and
hears from the stump are idle words.
They have no great big meanings that
should command the attention of any
considerable part of our people. The
country is not going to be destroyed,
or ruined, no matter who gets into
power. Neither is the country going
to be ruined no matter what party
has the control.
Then what shall our good country
gentlemen, the backbone ol this coun
try and the best people ot our land
do? In our opinion the thing for us
all to do is to think for ourselves.
We should never allow ourselves to
be led by any man, especially if that
man is seeking office. We wish to
submit two questions for the consid
eration if every voter who is trying
to decide how he shall best exercise
the great right of American citizens
in November. If those questions
shall open any field of thought we
shall be greatly repaid.
First, Has the Democratic party
ever done anything that commends it
to the confidence of Southern people?
Second, Has the Democratic party
ever done anything which forfeits the
confidence of the Southern people? If
so, when, how, and what?
We feel sure that a truthful, consci
entious answer will lead any Southern
white man to stand by the old flag
that has won in so many battles and
gone down in so many defeats. De
mocracy needs the farmer, and the
farmer can scarcely exist in this coun
try without Democracy. Who is
then to stand between the farmer,
(all the people of North Carolina are
farmers) and the trusts of the North?
There is only one power that can cope
with those great allied powers and
that is Democracy ,and Democracy is
bound to stand by the people.
KOLO TRAIN ROBBERY.
Last Friday night the North bound
mail was held up by seven masked
men near Quantico Va.,and robbed of
a large amount ot money, variously
estimated from fifty thousand to two
hundred thousand dollars. It seems
that the train was going at full speed
when two men suddenly scambled
over the tender into the cab and, with
leveled pistols, ordered the' engineer
and fireman to stop the train which
they did. Other men then blew
open the express car and robbed the
express packages of all the valuables.
The conductor was very brave and
wanted to go out and offer battle to
the ruffians, but he had no arms and
the passengers would not allow him
to go. He asked for a pistol and
succeeded in finding one small one.
With that he stationed himself at the
door and ordered all the male pas
sengers to draw their knives. Some
complied, but others were dodging
behind their seats. The robbers did
not attack the passenger coach.
As soon as the robbers had secured
their booty, they boarded the engine,
cut it loose from the train, and flew
up the road. They perhaps left the
engine soon after starting, and then
opened the throttle and let the engine
go it wild up the road. An agent at
one of the stations by which the wild
engine passed telegraphed to Quan
tico to look out for a wild engine.
The switch was changed and the en
gine dashed into the freight yard and
ran itself to the ground. It was
frightfully battered up.
The robbers escaped to the Mary
land side ot the Potomac with their
booty. Gov. O'Ferrell has offered a
large reward for their apprehension.
It was one of the boldest robberies
ever committed in the Southern
States, and has produced much ex
citement in railroad circles. It has
aroused the railroads to discuss the
question of safety from such attacks,
and it may result m having a com
plete police force on all trains.
The county candidates will speak
at the following places:
Old Fields Friday, Oct. 61
Taylors Saturday, ' 20
Elm City Tuesday, ' 23
Gardners Wedns., " 24
Saratoga Thurs., " 25
Stantonsburg Friday, " 26
Wilson Tuesday, " 30
Distinguished speakers will be
at all the above named
$100 Kewanl $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being: a
constitutional 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 powers, that
they offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address, F, J. Cheney & co.
liFSold by Druggists, 75c.
More shoes than you ever saw be
fore at Young's.
Baging and Ties at half price at
Down with the Bagging Trust is
Bagging and Ties half price at
Go to Young's for shoes.
Mr. A. R. Paschall of the firm of
Paschall, Bro. & Co. having disposed of
his interest in the Wilson Iron Works
to Mr. G. K. Winstead, the business
will be conducted under the name of
Paschall, Winstead & Co. All parties
indebted to old firm will please settle
their accounts as early as possible as
the books must be closed up.
Paschall, Bro. & Co.
Trusting that you will continue to
favor us with your patronage.
We remain respectfully yours,
PaschalL, Winstead & Co.
Two first-class fifty saw gins for
sale cheap by Paschall & Bros.
FOR SALE. A valuable house and
lot. conveniently- located. Krr
full particulars apply to '
J- W. BATTS. j
?. vM vM5.
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Jew In the Proper Title,
We are not Hebrews. Hebrew
was the language spoken by our an
cestors when they lived in Palestine.
They were then a race whose mother
language was Hebrew, and as He
brew speaking people it was certainl
proper to refer to them as Hebrews.
Hebrew refers to a language which
which we do not speak, Israel to a
nation which we no longer form, and
Jew to a religion to which we belong.
Therefore, we are not Hebrews, we
are an English or German speaking
people, or whatever happens to be
the language ot the country in
we live. We are not Israelites, but
Americans, Germans etc., proud of
citizenship in our country and law
abiding and law-reverencing. We
are Jews as a religious community,
proud of the history of the Jewish
people, but with no desire to ever
again form a separate nation or speak
a language different from that of the
people in whose midst we live, and
of whorn n-f f T'1 a -vponent part.
Rj.iivoLi l x ei i i.i.
JLlllle May Bcntlcy
Born a Genius
Disease Threatens to Cut
Short a Noblo Career
But Hood's Sarsaparilla Restores
Llllla May Bentley is an accomplished elocu
tionist and natural born speaker of only 12 years
of age. She is the only child temperance lect
urer before the public. Her genius, however,
did not exempt her from an attack of a disease
Of the blood. Herown words best tell thestory:
" C. I. Hood & Co., Low ell, Mass. :
" I hearUly join with the many thousands that
are recommending Hood's Sarsaparilla. I had
been troubled from infancy w ith gatherings in
the head. 1 was compelled to leave school upon
the doctor's advice. He thought it was the only
thing to save my life, but I
Continued to Crow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Hood's
Sarsaparilla. The use of one bottle acted et
f ectively upon the blood and I began to improve.
After the use of three bottles the gathering
ceased and I am cured of my former trouble. I
owe my life and will always remain a true friend
to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Lillik May Kent
ley, Shelbyville, Indiana. Get HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, ou the liver aud bowels. 25c.
Valuable Real Estate Sale.
On Dec. ist, at the Court House
door in Wilson at 12 o'clock, M., I
will sell to the highest bidder the
following Real Estate.
Lot No. 1. A two thirds interest
in the farm known as the "Rountree
Farm" situated on the old Plank
road three miles from Wilson, and
containing 450 acres, more or less,
This farm is in a high state of culti
vation and is considered one of the
most valuable in the county.
Lot No. 2. The plantation on
Nash road known as the "Forbes
Place," containing 335 acres, more
This farm is admirably located for
one who would like to farm and at
the same time have the advantages of
the town, situated as it is on one of
the principal roads leading to Wilson,
and within one mile of the Court
House. It has a four room dwelling
house and all necessary out buildings
which help to make it a most desira
Lot No. 3. Two brick stores situ
ated on the corner of Tarboro and
Barnes streets, two stories higji, with
pressed brick fronts, with cotton yard
in rear of stores with a frontage of
1 50 ft. on Barnes street by 114 feet
deep will go with stores. They are
in thorough repair and now occu
pied by tenants at a rental that makes
them a most desirable investment.
Lot No. 4. One vacant lot cor
ner Barnes and Pine streets 50x71
eligibly located for business.
Lot No. 5. One vacant lot with a
frontage of 50 feet on Barnes street
and 71 feet deep adjoining lot No. 4.
Terms of sale one third cash, bal
lance one and two years, with inter
est at 8 per cent, from date. De
ferred payment secured by mortgage
PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE.
TERMS SPOT CASH.
On Dec. 3rd., at the Rountree
farm, beginning at 10:30 a. in., I will
sell to the highest bidder six fine
mules, a lot of hogs, about 150 bbls.
corn, lot ol forage of every kind, and
all farming implements, also a 12
H. P. engine and boiler mounted on
wheels, good as new ; one 60 saw
gin and other things to numerous to
At the "Forbe's place" on Dec.
4th, beginning at 10:30, a. m., I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
4 fine mules, 1 colt 2 years old, a
large lot of corn and fodder, and
farming implements ot every kind
usually found on firms of this size.
YV. J. Davis, Assignee
of M. R. cS: Co.
THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 a..d 115 Bank St.,
Large stock of finished
Monuments, Gravestones, &c
Designs free jy
Go to B. W. Uargrave's for John
son's Chill and Fever Tonic. A sure 1
cure or no pay.
: Help Young Bro's. light the Bag
ing Tiust by buying your BaggirT
from them. a
Go to Young's for hats.
C W Instantly
rLl ) And
VTg 7 j y Speedily
A warm bath with CUTICURA
SOAP, and a single application of
CUTICURA, the great skin cure,
will afford instant relief, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy,
economical, and permanent cure of
the most distressing of itching, burn
ing, bleeding, scaly, and crusted skin
and scalp diseases, after physicians,
hospitals, and all other methods fail.
Cuticura Works Wonders, and
its cures of torturing, disfiguring,
humiliating humors are the most
wonderful ever recorded in this or
CirrictJRA Remedies are sold throughout the world.
Price, Cuticura, 50c.; Soap, 25c: Resolvent, $i.
Pottkr Dri-g and Ckem. Corp., Sole Props., Boston.
"All about the Blood, Skin, Scalp, and Hair," free.
MPLES, blackheads, red and oily skin pre
Itl vented and cured by Cuticura Soap.
MUSCULAR STRAINS, PAINS
and weakness, back ache, weak kidneys,
rheumatism, and chest pains relieved in
one minute by the Caiicnra Anti
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TE " OUSl DEAIEni can sell
you macliincs clicenr Oar! yon cau
ect elsewhere. T2iO KSV is
ourbestjbulwcr.JRic edesper Lin3s,
sucli as t!io CI.I.T2AX, EDELir. and
other Illjrli Aria KZcliel Plated.
Sewing ISaelilrieg for $15.00 aad sp.
Call a our a.enl or trrllo us, Wo
want your trade, and If prices, terms
and square desllns vriil win, wo will
have ft. Wo eliallenso tlso world to
prodnco a BETTER $50,00 Sowing
Machine for $50.00, or 1. 1 ctter $20.
Sewlus machine for $20.00 than you
can buy from us, or our Amenta.
THE HEW HOME SEWIKG MACHINE CO.
OuiJtc.E, Mass. Bostoh, Mass. 23 Usiosr PrrtitK, N.Y.
Cuicaoo. Itx. Sr. tons, Mo. Dallas, Tti aa
SAtS iliAKClSCO, CAL. ATLASIA, UA.
FOB SAt-E CY
Privett & Cbnrcbwell,
Tarboro St., Wilson, K. C.
We have had our Fall Opening
and are now ready to ive "r
whole attention to the Full
is one of the best that his ever
visited Wilson Come early
and leave your orders. We
P ull Line
of everything to be found in a
Miss Bettie H. Lea.
Cobb Building, ast St., Wilson, N. C.
In front of Cash Racket Store.
CAN YOU WRITE ?
If vou can we will yive you a FOUN
TAIN PHN FKKi:. Carried in the
pocket. Always ready for use. The
Holder is of hard rubber, perfectly
formed and finished. The feed is of
the most approved pattern, (the same
used in a pen costing ;2.oo,) insuring
an even llow of leakage. The i'oint
will write and last nearly as long as
gold. Each pen is tilled with the best
ink and tried before sent out. NOW
FOR THE I'LAX. Send us 25 tents
in ic and 2c stamps or silver, for a half
year's subscription to Virginia, a
beautifully illustrated, 24 page montlily
magazine, with excellent information
for the otlice, parlor, bedroom, dining
room, kitchen, farm and garden, with
just wit and humor enough to drive
away the blues. Don't put it off. but
write to-day, and you will have both
the pen and magazine promptly.
Address Virginia Pihushing Co.,
5-24-26t. Richmond, Va.
J. A. POLL A K,
I am prepared to make every kind of
Furniture, to do Upholstering. Fancy
Carving, and Turning.
The Repairing of Furniture
Give me a trial and you will find n.y
work satisfactory an 1 my prices ov.
J. A. I'OLLAK,
Next to Farrior's Stable.
I M I N I ST R AT O R S NOT 1 C E .
Having qualified as administrator of
Blount AUinson, deceased, I herby
give notice to all persons indebted to
said Atkinson to make payment to me
at once, and to all persons holding
claims against said estate to present
them to me, properlv authenticated,
by the first ot Oct. 1895. or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of recovery.
, T. J. Haolv, Admr.
October ist, 1S94.
ELI CITY ACADEMY,
(1-Oii ROT 1 1 S KXKS )
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.'
Fall Session Begins Monday Oct. 1st, '91 1
COL'RSi: OF INSTRUCTION TIIOKOrCH '
Experienced teachers in all Depart
ments. Superior advantages in Music
rAJU KxPe!lsts very moderate,
l or full particulars apply to
James W. Hays, Prin..
Elm City, N. C.
Twenty thousand dollars
THAT WILL BI-: SOLD AT
Hard Times Prices.
The prices on these goods are just as low as 5 cents is lor
cotton. Our buyer has been in the northern markets for the
past two weeks looking for
B A R OA I
and we can truthfully say we
We can sell you anything in this line at one-half the regular
price. Women's Grain Polkas that sold at $1.25 we an- of
fering at 75 cents. Men's Whole Stock Ki Shoes worth
$1.50, at 75 cents. Shoes are low at our store and it will py
you to see them if you have any to buy.
I J re s s o o els.
Our stock of Dress Goods is complete. We h;ive them at
prices that will astonish you. Nice full cloth nlicrt s at 51.
Of course we have the inferior grades at lower prices. Ging
hams from 5c. to 2'c. A full line of the latest patterns in
Satteens at from Sc. to 12c. per yd. Big line of novelties in
We can sell you a man's suit for $2.25 up to. 20. Hoys'
suits from 75c. up. It will pay you to look at our clothing if
you don't want to buy.
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All varieties and all prices. You can buy you a hat or a
cap at an)- price you want one.
COME AND SHE US.
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This Space is Reserved for
K. VAN LEAR,
WILESiNCTON N. C.
vV. P. SIMPSON, President. J. C. HALES, (Y.slu.r
A. P. BRANCH Assistant Cashier
Braricli & Co.,
Wiltrsoi), N. G.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
IN ITS FULLEST SCOPE.
SOLICITS THE BUSINESS OP THE PUBLIC
ISTST EYERYTH I. MO.
Rowland's Dru Store has beri moved to oj)j;,)i:: sii!.- f
street and a complete line of fresh drills take-, pl.t e oi the
old stock. Call at
Haro-rave's Druo- Stoic,
Next Door to Post Ofiice.
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The Man or Woman
who has bought
Wootlcn El Stevens,
Will tell you, that is the place
to get the Best Goods for
the least money.
Younj; Dros. shoes cheaper than
uy mereiemnn, jouinmi ri-rora. exryslve use ol fi.ii:i "i
iursale in WUaou.N. C. by
wcrf.h of New Good at
have never been able to offer
New Garden Seeds,
H. A. TUCKER & BRO.,
Granite, Marble, and Brownstone.
Koaameats and Headstones.
Iuildinj Work Furnished at
Short Notice, of Granite,
DOORS, WINDOW SI U.S. LIN
TELS AND STREET GURUS
ALWAYS OX HAND.
310 fl. Front St., Wilmington, K. C
j Co to Young Bro's. lor Ii.iK'1' ":
: Tics at hall price.
j ew Arrow Ties and m:-! H-
- 1 R-ng go-vd as new, Young Ihc's.
euttrunca to cure a.l tKM-voun n:u".!iticti us Weak Memory. '''.'
1'ower. lieiuluclie, Vatflu!ncss. I.oM Manhood. Niwhi ly l.iiii--!,,'i- -DesK.a'ildrulnHciKl
l-sc powerin (;ctirntiveOru:i!t t -itii.T !"'x,';j:T..l.
ulanls,wliioti lead to Intir,iiitv,nnM)iiiftln or luwiuiy.. Can ie ' j
vest pocket. fl per box, f or by inail i.r-i''i- Vt ,u'" ( i,v -til
Klve a written ituaruntve la pure or refund the nione. . ''" - j
IrneitlaU. Ask Torn, lake no other. Write for tree. Meiliccl llooK ".! i.'i-'OU.
In uluiu wrapper. Audress NEUVCSKF.U t'O.. Aiaouic 'Icmplt-.."" -
DOANK UKKUlNLi, Uruyisl.