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Wilson. N. C.
Ex-Jrnci: G. V. Stronc,
who died at Raleigh on Sun
day last, was one of the old
est lawyers in the State, hav
ing attained the ripe age of 79
years. In his time he was fre
quently spoken of as the best
read jurist in the State.
Wi: are in receipt of a com
pact little pamphlet entitled
"A Handbook on the Annexa
tion of Hawaii," by Lorrin A.
Thurston, We have not
made a study of the question
but have rather opposed the
annexation of this island.
Tin: Asheville Citizen serves
notice that it "shall not advo
cate fusion" with the present
Populist party, meaning the set
now mismanaging the State's
affairs, and pithily adds that
"we do not propose to advo
cate fusion with them any
more than we propose to wash
in tar for the sake of cleanli-
L looking over the tobacco
journals, week by week, we
have been struck by the fact
that the Wilson market is
rarely reported, while all the
other markets of the State
have a regular place in their
columns. Is it possible that no
one of the many tobacco bro
kers here takes enough inter
est in the market to make; a
weekly report to the trade
journals ? It certainly looks
Mr. Bryan does not seem
to be carrying out the prom
ises which were made us
months ago, that he would be
a "star performer" in the
Ohio campaign. It was stat
ed about the time that the
Ohio Democrats adopted free
coinage as the entire feature
of their platform that the silver
cause would be discussed from
every stump, and that Mr.
Bryan would be engaged in
constant work during the entire
campaign. Instead of that the
Ohio Democrats are absolute
ly silent on the silver qestioun,
and although the campaign
has btit three weeks yet to run
Mr. Bryan has not set toot in
the State, and it is understood
will not do so.
Charlotte Hist-r i-r.
We undertake to say that
the American Cotton Compa
np, which has been organized
to control the packing of cotton
in cylindrical bales, will prove
to be one of the most gigantic
trusts in the country. A New
Orleans paper has described it
as the child of the suo;ar trust,
of wide extended and baleful
influence, of which all the
country knows ; and color is
given this statement by the fact
that the President of the
American Cotton Company is
the secretary of the sugar
trust. The New Orleans pa
per is quite right in saying that
this new trust should be muz
zled before it gets too big to
attack. The thing to do in a
case of this kind is what is
sometimes done in the case of
a dog strangle it while it is a
rniiir mi-: stkakjiii 1 k;iit.
We print, on the fourth
page, an editorial clipped from
the Wilmington Messenger.
It is all right and breathes
good common sense. We
trust that this influential sheet
will stick right close to this
text and help the Democratic
party out of the quagmire into
which it has deen drawn by un
fortunate attempts at "fusion"
and other ill advised schemes.
nr..., .;11(1 trnrleo-v anact-
1 1 lb LCI 1 luiv- 5
cd in Raleigh Monday morn
m" is but another warning to
alfyoung men. Drink led this
unfortunate man to attempt
his wife's death and then shoot
himself. Now he is dea( and
hr life hangs by a thread.
What is to be done to
check the lawlessness of our
out-lying population? This is
a serious question and one that
is every day callir.g more ur
gently for 'a solution. Only
te most severe punishment
can be counted upon to stamp
out the evil, but much could
be done to check its further
growth. The first step to be
taken is to preserve; strict or
der among the white popula
tion, 'I he young men are
allowed entirely too much li
cened. These can be forced
to behave themselves by an
a su ranee that if they are
caught violating police regula
tions, they will be severely
handled. When the negroes
see lhat the law is enforced
against the whites they will
respect it more but so long
as white boys anil men are
allowed to defy the police, just
so long will there be trouble in
across the railroad. Right
the heart of the town, two fla
grant violations of the law
have been committed during
the past ten days by whites
and no official notice taken.
Tissue n; v. ii-iws'.im; sti: axi.i:.
When the newspaper was
started, it was looked upon as
an instrument for the informa
tion and guidance of the peo
ple, now a careful reading of
the average paper, would lead
one to think that their sole ob
ject was to follow, as near as
may be, the wishes of their
readers. What a metamor
phosis is here my countrymen!
We would not have you
think that the people should
cease to think for themselves,
on the contrary, we. believe
that they would think more and
to a better purpose if they
would read what they did not
believe. When the average
mnn sees only his version of
any case he is bound to tin
derestimate his adversary's
strength. There is alway two
sides to every case, and often
much that is jrod on both.
A -M AITKK r 1 s 1;
In their last issue, the Times
is pleased to call attention to
an editorial which was printed
in our issue of the 7th, and in
commenting thereon they seem
to wish to create the impres
sion that only those who follow
out the "Chicago platform"
are worthy of the appellation
"Democrat." Now that is sim
ply their opinion, and if it suits
them we have no possible ob
jection to their shouting them
selves hoarse, with their cry
for "Bryan and Silver" but as
far as we are concerned, we
must admit that one drubbing
i as much as we care to invite.
We may be wrong but we
claim only the same privilege;
which we accord the Times,
and that is to say what wi:
think is right.
To us, the "Chicago plat
form'Ms simply "a last vkak's
III RD NEST."
Don't bolt your food, it irrit ites
your stomach. Choose destiihle
food and chew it. Indigestion is a
dangerous sickness. Proper care
prevents it. Shaker Digestive Cor
dial cures it. That is the long and
short of indigestion. Now the ques
tion is : Have vor got indigestion i
Yes, if you have pain or discomfort
after eating, headache, dizziness, nau
seau, oliensivc breath, heartburn, lan
guor, weaknese, fever, j lundice, il.it
ulence, loss of appetite, irraf.tbility,
constipation, etc , Yes, you have in
digestion. To cure it, take Shaker
Digestive Cordial. The medicinal
herbs and plants of which Shaker Di
gestive Cordial is composed, help to
digest the food in your stomach ;
help to digest the food in your stem'
och. When your stomach is strong
care will keep it so. Shaker Digest
tive Cordial is ior sale by druggets,
price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottT
For Infants and Children.
' iS 03
REVIEW OF RECENT HAPPENINGS
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
Again is it rumored that a new
Democratic morning paper is to be
est d)!ishcd in Raleigh.
A inashal's ball will be given at
the Yarboro House, Raleigh, on
Friday night ol fair week.
Two neighbors in Salisbury beat
each other up because one accused
the other of stealing his fire wood.
During the past year the Southern
Railway according to its annual le
p rt, h ndled 4,057.327 passenger?:
Maj. Grant says lhat he expects to
see Governor Russell under the care
of Dr. Kirby, oi the Insane Asylum
in kss than six months.
The twenty-one convicts sentenced
to the roads by Judge Robinson at
the last term of Wake court, were
sent out to the work house.
It is announced that Senator But
ler will speak at the Rocky Mount
ftir, Frid.iy, October 15, and Alex
ander. Bertie county, October 16.
Wayiand Todd, a youngs man from
the eastern part ot Wake county, left
tor Utah lust week, where he will pre
pare himself to become a Mormon
The Young Men's Republican
League Promoters decide that ne
groes shall have an entirely separate
organization, so negroef will not meet
with them October 19th.
ludge Purnell has extended until
October 15 the time for the State to
file an answer in the Western Union
Telegraph rate case. The case comes
up at Wilmington, November 1st.
Prof. C. W. Scribner, late of the
University of Pennsylvania, who was
lecenlly elected professor of Mechan
ical Engineering in the A. & M. Col
lege, has entered upon his duties.
Marshal Mott is out in an interview
denouncing Grant. He says he is
opposed to Russell's policy, and is in
thorough harmony with the Repub'i
cans of his district. He says he will
"switch" Grant on sight.
Nine more convicts were sent to
Tillcry S itui day. They will be ad
ded 10 the number already there har
vesting the crops. There are only
sixty convicts left in the penitentiary,
these are women and sic!: or old men
Claude Dockery and other Rcpub
hcans are conferring about the org an
izitionofa Republican club in Ral
eigh October 19th, Tuesday of Fair
week. It is claimed that every county
will be represented by leading Re
The directors of the State library
decide to allow the teachers of the
Raleigh public schools to take out
books, just as State officers do. Now
let it be arranged to keep the library
open nights or Sundays and give the
workingman a ch.ar.ee.
Oc:ifiii-.-s t'tiiiimt i ('mi',
by lora applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
Tin-re is only oneway to cure deafness,
and lhat is by constitutional rrtnedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the nmcuous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
i:iiia;i!( (i you have a rumbling sound
or imperfet t hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result and
unless the inilamation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, toe hearing will be destiox
ed forever; nin cases out of ten are
caused b catarrh, which is nothing but
an inllamed condition of the mucous
Wewiilghe One Hundred Dollars
tor any rase f Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
F. J. CHENEY ec CO.. Toledo, ().
t3;""So!! by Druggists, 75c.
A Kitchen ('mi vciiit'iu f.
A small, flat paint brush about one
inch in width, is a kitchen conveni
ence that no housewife should be
without. For the greasing of all pai s
it is both neater and more effectual
than the usul bit of paper. Also, if
ail meats were brushed over w ith sweet
oil and vinegar before sending to the
refrigerator they would retain their
juices and fhvor more peifectly than
is commonly the case.
disease by the timely use of
Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and
favorite remedy of increasing
popularity. Always cures
sour stomach, malaria, indiges
tion, torpid liver, constipation
rnd all bilious diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
The Auditor of this State
says that the penitentiary can
not be made self-sustaining.
The penitentiary has proven
perhaps the most perplexing
problem in the past govern
ment of North Carolina, and
yet Superintendent Lazar,
during the last Democratic
administration of this State,
was proving, if he had not
already proved, that with care
and economy the institution
could be made practically to
pay its own expenses. It is so
easy for the incompetent gang
now misgoverning the State to
say. "'Finis and so," and in
the meantime to tap the State
Treasury or get it tapped so as
to fill their own pockets with
the people's money. Mr. Air
is talking through his perfor
dei'Ing K'il f ':; lien. fy
Sprinkle p(i.i.iu1. ouux plentiful
ly down into their hiding places wher
ever they may be, and in a week, or
before very long-, they will disappear
Oil oi cedar will kill roaches. Put
the oil info an atomizer and spray all
the cracks and crevices in the wall
and places where they inhabit. This
is a sure way to kill them.
Chas. A Cook is sure to be the dis
trict attorney of the Easter district, so
says a close friend of Senator Pitch
ard, w ho has just returned from Mar
shall. lie declares that Senator
Pritchard is not lukewarm in his sup
port of Mr. Cook, but that he is sup
porting him with all sincerity.
Blood is absolutely essential to health.
It is secured easily and naturally by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, but is im
possible to get it from so-called " nerve
tonics," and opiate compounds, ab
surdly advertised as " blood puri
fiers." They have temporary, sleeping
effect, but do not CURE. To have pure
And good health, take Hold's SarsnpnrHIa,
which has lirst, last, and all the time,
been advertised as just what it is the
best medicine for the blood ever pro
duced. Its success in curing Scrofula,
Salt ltheum, Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration and
That Tired Feeling, have made
The One Trv.t P.lood Purifier. All lrtinjdsts. SI
rSOOCl S FlllS liable ami bencliciaL ice.
STATEMENT OF Till-: CONDITION
& Co -Banker
WILSON, N. C,
At tiii: Ci.osi: of I.isi n kss, Tn;s
n.w, Oct. 5'i'H, iSy;.
Colli!.' nsc:l from llli' liVpol't In the Stat.'
I rcasu rcr.
Loans ec Disc 'is $2 .07
Stocks iN: Bone's, 1,600.00 .."251.979.57
Ilankine; House.. 5,000.0-)
Furniture 1,972.80 6,972.80
Due by Ranks 23,9X0( 0
Cash iv cash items 27,832. 54 51,812 54
Surplus 10,000. 00
Lmiivuk-d I'rolits 9,275.20
Bills Payable 55.000 00
Interest unpaid, 5130.12
Due to Banks 3S5.25
Cer lihciit cs, 30, 132. 1 7
Iiulv'l Deposits, 151,842.17 186,48971
North Carolina, )
Wilson County. )
I, J. C ILdes, Cashier of ;d ove named
Bank, do solemnly swear tli.it the fore
i,roin.e; stateim-nt is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
J. C. HALES, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this, the 9th day
of October, 1897.
J. I). Hardin, C. S. C.
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MRS. ATKINSON'S TRIAL
Evidence That She !Sl.iiel .Tudere Cam
den's Signature After Ills Death.
Glenville, W. Va., Oct. 9. In the At
kinson trial yesterday various letters
written by Mrs. Atkinson to a Mr.
Stalnaker after the death of Judge
Camden, her former hesband. were
read l the jury. In these letters Mrs.
Atkinson asserted that Owens had not
paid for his land. The letters show
date subsequent to that of the receipt.
William W ulman testified that Mrs.
Atkinson, about two years ao, pro
posed to sell him land belonjrinp: to the
Camden estate, and wrote and deliver
ed to him the receipts for the purchase
money, dating the receipts back to the
tin-.e prior to Judsre Camden's death.
This witness received a severe cross
examination. The defense endeavored
to show that he was and is in the em
ploy of the prosecution for the pur
pose (if living and hunting up evidence.
Circumstances open to suspicion were
shown, hut the main evidence of Hie
witnfc3 -was not materially weakened.
S. M. Peters, one of the best known
farmers in the county, gave evidence
for the state tending to establish al
leged systematic forgery. He stated
that Mrs. Atkinson, after the death of
her former husband, wrote and de
livered to him a writing which she
signed with Judge Camden's signature
in Peters' presence.
of the Mother shapes the course
of unborn generations goes
sounding through all the
ages and enters the confines of
Eternity. With what care, there
fore, should the Expectant Moth
er be guarded, and how great the
effort be to ward off danger and
make her life joyous and happy.
WrLJr sea, and. so
WWW fully vc
'KW$&-&! pares the
system that Childbirth is made easy
and the time of recovery short
ened many say "stronger after
than before confinement." It in
sures safety to life of both moth
er and child. All who have used
Mother's Friend " say they will nev
er be without it again. No other
remedy robs confinement of its pain
"A cr.uor.!or whose -wife used 'Mother's Friend,'
savstlm if she had to g through the orde.il
a grain, and there wie but four buttles to lie
ob:ai!"'-i, and tho ;usr was S1W.00 prr bet-tie. he
would iiivc theai."' Olio. Lay ro:,-, Dayton, oiiii.
Sent, bv tr,n.on reeohi- -.; ?1 m prr rrT
Tb!v " li'.-ok to JOXriii'TAXT ?.! tTUKKS"
m. tiled fre upon aiiplioatiou. runiiuninir val
uable iuloraiat on and voluntary testiiaciiials.
Txe BRACTiEXD REGULATOR CO. , Atlanta. Ca-
SOLD Btf ALL DRUGGISTS.
n m u g ?im
;a - ' 11. . :i rnriT.
Tt'i . . .
j prep.ired especially tor von, wui.-ii V
which'00' Chiid is lkiUe to aild
stomach disorders t-r.r.i.c
issfutiyused Is, y
V bas teen successfully
iii for a h.'i'f cent upv
On tmf:!f M-niiil for 2S.' f' :
j. .f E. A S. FKElB;i!f imv. X J. f "I
"The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War,"
ist published, contain .Mli paires 1 .' In in..
:md over 0 la!'-;-- itaitle Scenes. 1 'orr r lit .-.
Maps, etc I'l'.e jr. -a lest : u 1 :.-ii';,es war book
eer iib!ished, and the only one that does
.justice to the 'on t e le ta t e soldier and t he
cause lie lolixht lot. ('niiiiete ill nie oi
Utile. A'.ents watltt -1 e ei-, u hele to sell this
book on on r new a I'd n-y jvin. .Van v oi' he
hi-ly and treui letm-.i a.-cits w ho an-in work
.it.- making troir. .t-utto $;:( -er nmnt h.
Vcteraus. Sn:i and Daughters of ',.i , ,,S-'
.'Ktd others intere:-te,"! are re.jii.-sled toM'.ul
Cora bc-autii'ul i I i - i -t ra : - I d"scri i-t i ve cirn.
lar U reel and terms t i air'-tit .ddress
Ci)t iu!:;t .lori!.. i. .!oi: i';:t n n m, Co..
I.ouis ilie, i.v.
Cnotrg! Fcr 2.13 the Winter Evenings
will srnd, on rocoint
208 5tli Ave., N. V..
a ct this a iv. an 1
FIFTEEN cetfs in
tho following pri.'P nereis (TWO IiL'NUKFD
AXI) iTi'T. -SIX pacs, rcp;iilap price FIFTY
cts.); 1,t FIFI Y cents anv FOUR; fr ()H
Df bLA!i nnv TKN : for ONE IxLLAi AND
A HALF the v.b'jlu library of SIXTEEN voiumeci.
C-TriE PALE OF A ROFL. By C. M. S. :.Io-7-T11L
aUTPIN CT THE KINQ. By A. S. Vav
3-SIX MONTHS IN FADES. Ey Clarico I.
9-TI1K SKI'iTS or CHANCE. By Captain
Ai'rd 'i ho:itps. !i.
10- AN ! !t' -N V KEN1' P.-Charles StoL-oq Wavru.
11- AN KCLIP.se F MUTLE. By Cbauii.ion
N 'N-! K.V A Ti' E PI HEN. Bv Jclm Oilli-.t.
13 - i" II AT l;.EAUi-E VujiAN "By Harold 1J.
14- A PEAL IN DENVEH. By Gihnor McEcn-
15- Vb':'? PAYS GT.ADVS. By DavM Clirlstia
t6 - A VEiVi' rEMAT.KAIiLE GIEL. By L. II.
17-A VAKI.lAGE For. HATE. By HarolJ IX.
IS-0"T i l' TT'E PT'TT IT'-K. Bv T. C. T Bonn.
is --my. vC'Cnu van. b. -n ...., ,lx inssi-i:
! 'r;K IltNr J'0:i IIAi'I INES.r. By Anita,
:E,:asTl-ANG'''iF;-.l El:l.:EN T By " .rold
' - VviK.l'.
iiuica'..-1 ;- the nun.bers tho novelr? you .vaat.
i nc Man or
who lias bousrht
Woollen Ei Stevens,
Will tell you, that is tnr; place
to nt the Best Goods for
the least money.
Friends and Patrons :
Von haw.' nn i!o:ilt, e.ieriL-nccd the nc, .,;
First Class ,-uelry Store in Wilson. v i
it. Wd mean what we say.
"v w'- - v' "4 " " i-' v "
ax ) a n;ci: line ok
STEHLLXix SILVER NOV ELTIKs
We do not show you the cuts in catalogue and
then order the ;oods, hut show you the genuine
article and pass the same' over the counter to you.
We make a specialty of
Call and see us at J. J. Pkivktt s old stand.
Yours to serve,
n t r
Clothing, Gent's Farnishing Goods and Dry Goods,
Which we are selling at j)rices to
make your mouth water. And
SHOES! Our SHOES
ARK THE WONDER. OK ALL WHO 5 EE THEM.
IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
We Carry Ll0 13osL
Try a barrel of our "IIARTER'S
A i FLOUR" and you will cosnc back for another.
We have a few COOK STOVhS on which we
are offering a bargain. :r-r-
COME AND SEE US KoR ALL YOUR NEEDS AM) Vol'
WILL SAVE MONiEY. RESPiCCTKULLY,
II. I). BARNHS & CO.,
Cor. llarnos ami Tarhuio Sts. JLP'F. I). LEL, M-T.
SoutiiciMi Ia il way.
(Piedmont Air Line.)
First and Second Divisions (N. C.)
Srh.-diilc (.ik-cUve May itil. iS;.
This ('uinlcr.HCfl SchcluU- is j u 1 . li . 1 ; . I as i r i : a 1 ;i;.t ; ion ,nl v ami is sulijrH m i-li;S l u ah
out in it ire t i 1 in- )u : 1 1 ' -.
NOUI'OI.K AND riiA T l ANOOCA.
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ly to :iny a-.ait of tin-c.iap.iii
fit iioral Suj.crir t -1 1 . It - r -. t
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2 years old
3 years o'd
4 years old
WE HAVE A FiXE (
LOT OF STANDARD I'.kED COLTS
From one to four years oV! J!,,ti
hroke and Tresh. A!o a few full strair
Jersey Calves. For full particulars a;
Fair View Dairy,
W. T. FARMER. I'ropr.
WANT ED. -A reliiah'e laciy or
entletiian to distrilmte samples ant!
make a house-to-liouse couvass for our
edi table Toilet Soaps. 5.jo to ;5 ;i
niontii easily mack. Ad.lrJss Crof'is .K-R'-ed.
S42 to 850 Austin Avenue,
N.isli St. WILSON. N C.
Kasy chairs, ra.frs keen;
Scissors sharp, linen clean.
For a shave you pay a iim.
Only a nickle t jr,.t a s,in,..
Shampoo r hair -ut l,on.,a(ioUr
U,u Pi,V the smi., .TtuentC- cetits mor,.
First-CiassJii Prist!:?, s:u;;;;;,r" :
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