al niiiK mc iwiu 1'ure,
wholesome and delicious.
C;'yy7 1 -"
Kadai's Drug Store
O 0.1. I . Oi'KX XKXT SI XDAV.
MOO . I". Ill l l'I.V TOM) mil
. ! 1 1 1 ! l'i Ki d 11 ; hi O in- t ri !
l. .'III 1.: J.U'i 1' V ll:lt In- M'CS
:m! i I t'.l I .
Yon vii! not appreciate fine sta-
r.er till vou have seen that at the
' .. Iook S'ore.
... , , . !
I lie re.".il.ir inon.hiy meeting oi l
" .., , r . ,!
own c 0,11 in isiora 1 s v.m oe i;oi
s evenin at tlie M.ivor'.s iln.v.
! i e a U S(. e
a tb.e 1,-tcst in Sta-
I ." .k at the "Ro
A -t r's candy and Lowney's Ciioc
.tes :'uh every week. It's line.
Mondav ilawned tlark and
'uv. Tiv.. ele-nents were evi-
eij ivtul at the prospect j-
t 1 'til t Wl erC.
v ) 0 r -most emmcr.t pnvMCians
S i.Mfl.SloN l" ;
with Creasote and I
-!. . (irant'nam li u moved the
t.irr.e h ui-e t 1 1 ot tb.e lot recent -t'.urch.ased
'ov nim and will erect a
w- : ien
hive good '
h er, t h - 0 : h ri my .are gray .and few
lo.'bi'l. 1 1 ill's 1 1 ilr Re newer re
: ia die na'u: al d.lor, and thickens
th " growth of tb.e h lit.
---?liuager .mlers.in says that
t'l'ieis one tiling ill it niut stop
til it et gYng out between acts. It
this ru'f is enlorceii he will have the
thanks of all theatre goers.
I )- you know how to wash ?
Well than you know howtodve, that
Putnam l'ad--liss Dyes.
-t o tii
it's a h S
ocds with tlx
'Vio, N. C.
--It v.u have anytb.ing to ilo in
e wav of buving, selling or ex- ! 1
i irghig ( f real estate. If you !
1; iv-- 1 .;ts t c ille-Jt vou shou'd call
A. 1. Shirr. s iY Co.. who make a
spechiby of Yl such work.
Wo h iv- j.tst received a nice line
o! ; ; g 1. a; rgi s ti o;n tiie Irabanap
oli I.-orge (.";. Also we ;ire mak
ing -p'-'Y il salt s (n next Tuesday,
:.i v. live us a call.
(i. S. TrcKKk eY Co
iihs Honor Judge Timbeiiake,
a: lived .d two o'clock Monday and
jaoagYv o;envtl Court. In his
b.irg to the grand jury His Honor
call', d their ato-ntiou p trticularl ' to
.. cis. of fraud that has been prae-
d a good deal on our warehoiise-ia-.n.
Ib' says that if a man gets
.m advance on tobacco by promising
to bring the lokiceo to that partial
'. o l.ou,- to sell, then it is ob'aining
g' ohs m.dt r false pretences unless lie
c .iniihes with his agreement.
in v pei pis are surprista
aat ai iu w 111''. 1 is
lii raid has a larger
po o u lion of solid contents than have
ta mv articles ot lood. .Milk aver
1 "is -s per cent of solid milter, ol
in ai a i o 1-.i1 lor. 1
b p n't is a.ouin m.
s vvY.oh. ( 0 1 ; il ites with he it
; ne a e w h ;i rennet is used,
s are .'i per cent. mo:sture,
h .vie n tii - n do is cooked tlr
-' to h in it e xp iiuls, m .mg it seem
mueh h' liiier lYod than it is. 'Die'
,1 ..ill... , , , t .. . t o h id e starch
" ' 1' 1 j
) d of mlk is div ided 'oetweeil case
. but!-, r fats a;;d sugar, the List of
:.' h is found in whey, which, even
s ; a 1 1 it be soured, shows by that
that it has had some sugar in it.
I in oniv permanent cure for chronic
.! nail i . n, thoioaeldy xp. l th-cpoi-j
"a iron i tin- s stem by the faith hil anel
rd-a.-nt iis,: ofAver's Sarsaparilla.
i'iiis wondeihi! remedy proves success-
I i H 1
r v 'In e t lie SUihTel'
i!ii...-ii1..Ml n, (.,, MlIU
The Wilson Cotton Mills aie run
Ii:nK (!-y :ind nioht. The have
ders e nough in h.nd to keep them a
;it : t
... 1 1 , , . . i
.ihc:il ;i,k! L-vory mdicalion r,,,;ms lo
.1 n.uiy increase in the demand for
warps and yarns.
t ' I
M-n's 1 i i ui,, pi, .
The Opera House was filled v.iih
l-o.lo to witness th,? reproduction ot
Uc!w.-, .' 'r.-; 1. -i-t
.--..v.i uiiilll 1,1. 11.. Diix-,.-, I
wtilacled. m:inv i1m.iV;., . !
P'oveinent on last year's peifonn-
ance All tli. 1 . -i I
puis were well rem-
rod, but (iyp carried the- house elt ;
its ket, by a little : eene (n,t on tla-
Mr. Frank WYL
the city Monday
raneira. uts ni.'.de
ljiltimore j,;r 1
Mor.d iv morning
tacked by a do a
as b: on.; nt to
'riling and ar
send him to
Webb was at
. was badly bit
- . i . Webb runs a
ten in the lace
small stoic at the 1 Yk of the road,
just beyond the J iK in Woodard
- a -
IliU kit tOs r: vi Mlw.
The best Sake i i the world for
Cuts, Uruises, Sons, Ulcers, Salt
Uheum, l ever Sores, Tttter, Chaped
Hands, Chi.bl.iins, Corns, and all
Skin Fruplions, anil positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is suar
anteed to perfect satisfaction or
monev n funded. Price 2 s cents per
box. I- or sale bv Ik W. liar-rave.
1 our lo i ic 1) .1) si I", -it. r.
Our attention was called last week
to a sale of tobacco made at the
Watson Warehouse. The owner of
the tobacco told us that the same lot
was a load that he had ottered far
sale at Rocky Mount the previous
day, but bein dissatisfied with the
prices paid he took it in and brought
it here, making the average gain of I
four to five dollars per hundred I u;it' v',in t.ie exo,p-ion ! the por
c uU;le ,,L l ihi'ig to one hur, Tl,e w!;ere-
! ... L...I Will. -. I.
.............. ........ a. ill. k.iv- l.-ll-.t.ll.-li.il-', IVI.ViVV.n l
Neat Saiuk r's mai ket Sa'urday from a la.yer. in which he is notiiiul
night Robert Williams was struck on j that the iieir has b -en feu. id a id
the head, with a brick at the hands ol wihes an iiiimediate s( ttlement. 1.
S mdy R.ittle. Willia.mson ami 1 if- calls upon the lawyer who produces
tie (both colored "i had some words, j and reads letter and power of attor
wiien the Inter picked up a 1 rick .and j ney from said heir and demands, in
let drive, the misie striking the forme-: tlie heir's name, the portion falling to
i;i the forehead, fracturing the skull
an 1 imlictin
a serious wound
injiired m 1:1 tell and when la -it heard
trom was in a dangerous condition.
His assailant, Rattle, had j'.ist re
tin lit d lroni Washington arrivtd on
the ji'oirain lrom Norfolk.
1 oli:i-i'0 S:iI .
Tlie sales of tobacco on luY mar
ket dming the momh ol October
amounti d to i.o-,St)
would doubtless h.
1 passul the
if the lot t w. i
ot been such
..-sible t hail
: ries the t t;d
. were very
at til" 2nd
2,000,. 00 o. ;-r r.1.0
wee !;s w v! Y r i.ad
that it was almost ...
die the we- d. lis
sales up to so'iiethm
The- sah s '. .-!: '
large mdet d. 1 1- e -1
on all good
Sam. tiling !' I! ill Ol!.
Mr. fames Jones, o: die dnig nrm
ol Jones Y S n, Co. den. 111, in
sneaking ot Dr King'.- X.-w D.scov-
j cry siys th it list winter his vvde was
attacked with Idiiipp and her case
grew so serious that physicians at
Cowden and 1 'an 1 cou'd f ) nothing
far her. It seemed h
I I.-i.-ty Consumption.
! King's New Discovery in store, ami
sealing lots of if, lit; took a bottle
home, and to the surprise of ail she
began to get better from first elase,
and hall dozen dollar bottles cured
her sound .and well. Dr. KingY
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and ('olds is guaranteed to
do this good work. Try it. I reo
trial bottles at P. V. Hargave's
I Drug Store.
l io- Pr.i.if Vaul
Col J. P.. Neal, ol'So.tlan.l Neck,
was in town this week trying to get
1 ho County Com mission. ts to act
upon the q nation of providing lif
ts for the offices 0! th- Cit 1 x and
Register ot J teals.
This matter is one that should have
b. en attended to many years g1'-
One little tire would cost the tax pay-
ers ta vv li.son cour.iy nioie oi.oi ..n
r t . i ... .. -. i ... .
lumdree'. limes more than the cost of
the-vaults. Deeds anel transfers et
various kinds covt ring millions ot
dollars worth of property is daily ex
pensed to a chance ol h ss and de
struction, when the cxp; nditme oi a
j lY.v hundreds of dollars would make
pttsh;ive the vaults.
gXTEf? than cure is preyentioil.
W takinii' IlotuTs Sarsai .arilla vou
may keep well, with niiv blood, stroll
ner v es and a gt ot I A P P E T ! T E .
Miillkt-i- (. .s Ilieyi ';:rniv:il.
On Friday (tomorrow) eve nni;',
Xov. 5, one oi the ioo-.t c-i.j-y.ib'e
- , 1 , 1 .. ;r 1 . . .
111.1 1.1 lie M'.IHMI . ill I 'C i. ; 1 1 l
r ,, : ., . , ,
i er ( j: nose v. 1th a.
j I iirits will he seen i on bicycles),
j 1 he participants v ill he caliche n but
j 'r.i- old oiks should e,o to see theme
j I he jraiid precession will be headed
1 by Motln r (hose hei'M If u hile "The
I hv.o tint wou'd.i w-'oiiv' v'o" KriT'S
I lie ladies have take n
jesptoi.ii pains m I he. son etion ol the
.i...- 1 'p..
I'" Ui')VMu ' Uo" ;l c'!
' I ; lit 11 it- ( 'on, ;:) .
On Mord.iy evening the eomp inv
o;.eiud their week's en eiM :r m
with a one act play "The Rou-h
Diamond," followed by a three acr
tarce comedy, "Matrimonial Trou
bles." The audience was much larger
than erne would have supposed when
the terrible weather was taken into
consideration. The Company show
ed their appreciation by throwing a
zest into the play that brought forth
round alter round ot well merited ap
plause. On Tuesday evening " The
Count of Monte Christo" was pre
sented to a lare and appreciative au
dience. The Wednesday evening's
performance was going on as this
sheet was bjing printed. There will
be 1 ermorar.ces tonight, Friday and
Saturday evenings to which we can
s-iiely advise our friends to go, as Mr.
Langdon has always presented good
plays and the samples thus fir given
indicate that he lias not changed his
A i-.-iil Point .
List week a country friend sent in
a legal query. The case was as fol
lows: Ik was appointed ad ninisu-1-
tor (l :,n ("'tlt
which was settled in
ab;)Uts of this being unkiv wn. La! r
f 1 1 . '(! vin'cO- if , .,- .-.. 1, -1 1 1 t .
Ik, acting under the adv ic e of his
lawyer, refuses to pay until claim is
astahliditd by suit. Suit is tin. re -upon
brought, judgment given plain
hit and mo'.v v paid t v 1 to the court
and judgment docket endorsed "paid
in full." Altera lapse of lour years
the heir comes forward and brings
suit against P.., claiming that I12 has
never given power of attorney
nor has he received his portion of the
The question n vv arises, should
the heir be .able to prove that he has
not received the money wh a is to be
the loser ? The heir, the administra
tor or the court. We are rather in
inclined to the belief that the court
must shieltl the aelministrator and if
it is shown that tlie money was paid
over without due authority being
hied by the attorney, then the clerk's
bond must make good the amount.
I'll I()1I1 His Sell.
Tht; belief that (iovernor Atkinson
will piirdon liis wife in the event of
her conviction far forgery recalls a f 1
m nis case in Kentucky. When
Cicneral Desha was Goyernor of
Kentucky a traveller named Ikiker
disappeared from Doggett's Tavern,
on the Kicking River, between Car
lisle and Maysville.
1 laker was journeying from Texas
to New Jersey, where he was lo be
married. lie had spent die night at
the t:i vein and set out alone on hor.se
bick early the next morning. Isaac
ib Desha, son of the Governor, had
also been at the- t iveru ; he to , was
an earlv riser.
The same' day Raker's horse was
Ound rideiles, but tlie ownt r (lit!
not apoear. Alit rsiver.il d ivs the
i x ai y .1
! inker w as found hielden in
Year bv wais a meeo i t a
rah ne w
i ipj ti w nr. a le
i u.e. i i sot n id o a n
h ,d t,
j The- deathblow h id Ik en struck f: o;n
j )vVMt a:!, rid;;,., whip hod b. t i,
the weapon. So ne of Hak r's li u
I ji,u.n v.j-h uhieh his traveling baes
an ! o-..i-. t,,a.-, .d i-.-u f.,it..i ;. i i,
j ut Io ;
' vi.i.i I . I i.i , y - s o I S
possession ; tlie piece of whip was
idt ntihv tl ae I )esha's.
Vtaing" Desha was arre sted, nY tl,
conv icttti and sentenced to be hang
ed, lb" was twice respited and tinal-
; v absolutely pardoned by his fither
jjc. disappeared soon after, and is be-
I lieve'd to liavc died recently in Ilono-
m a3 ca
S!..ii-iliini; Y i t!i .n,iU-: my;. 1
Toilers- a;i i I'i.i it;.;.' Jouriia'.. !
Hem;, as we ue, natie fo u a ;-ec- j
t on f rour.t: y v. here rai-ing ';; c !
st(") k i- a I'eg'.iMr p art o! L.;e btS.ne s ;
of every firmer, we had il d fnru't to .
h ibitm'e our-elve-; t ) ih " p"act:ce
among the S juthern larni ,-rs t i uv
ing and eonsu rong imp r?ed h :s s
aid mul'-s. We cannot p'.-tseadt-
useives lint it is good biHin.-s. In
viewing the si'u uion ue !i id nothii g ;
in natural c uidilions to prevent sf ck '
breeding .and we believe a colt can be
f o.iled and put n the market at kss
com than in the north Ti;e c iu-is 1
that prevent horse bret ding areaiti i
iV.:ial and grow out of the Mi'eid 1 i
medi ds o! larmii-g whxh pr.:v.iii !
Ue'ore t!;e hoisecan he ma ie a r.-eoi -
J i r proOiief oi tile lorn cotton no; t!
be relegated to a sa.boulin ite position j
anl in its stead 1 -rage and home sup
ply cioos m.'i-t be made of ii'st im
port nice. We must convert our raw
material into the finished product
ready lYr the market in the shape c.f
horses, cattle, sheep and hogs, and
the waste matter from the process
of production shoulel be retai ned to
the hind for improvement. There
should be fields of forage crops where
we now have patches and patches of
cotton vvhere we now have fields.
Then we would always l'mel a ready
and profitable market for our cotton,
tobacco, fruits and truck, while every
article for home consumption w.mid
be supplied f. 011 our own fL-lds. Our
firms woald become self sustaining
and self improving and there would
bj an end to the everlasting drain ( n
o ir soil that is keeping us bankrupt.
During court week at Whiteviile
probibly fifty head ot horses and
mules were sold. Why send this
money North ? Why not raise our
own live stock.
Old people who require medicine
lo regulate the bowels and kidneys
will li id the true remedy in Ivectric
ilitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey or
other intoxicmt, but acts a tonic and
alterative. It acts mildly on the
stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tone- to the organs, there
by aiding Nature in the pel form. met
of the functions. Fieri ric Ilitte rs is
an excellent appetizer and .aids diges
lion. Olel people find it just ex icily
what they need. Price fifty cents
a: (1 si 00 per bottle at P. W. Ilar
gravehs Drug Store.
TK.S WHOLE syxffin feels tho
I'ti'eet of Iioi'd's Sarsapanl'.a stom
ach, liver, kitluevs, heart, nerves are
sti-engthened and" SISSTASNED.
Goldsbaio, N. C, Nov. 1 The
Comity Commissioners this afterr.ocn
el -cidtd to have the execution (;f Soni
Wiiglit, t he negio miirde re r, the 10th
inst., in the j lil yard, private.
Three burglaries were committed
yesterday, one m the city and hv.) m
the country. In every instance tht
thieyes were alter money.
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 1 Con
tempt proceedings against Judge
IYvart did not come eft because
justice Denver lias been found guilty
ot embezzlement .and retired from ef
lice to el.iy. Proceeelings in Denver's
court were set for 6 oclock this after
noon, but his resignation ends tl e
whole case against Fwart.
95 3S r-ft .-
; A a r. x & a n
a in yty a
Any sarsaparilla is sarsapa-
:,o anv tea is tea.
So any i'our i.; llou:-. Hut grades
(liihYi. Yu;i rc(' ihc L:st. It'a
so with sarsaparilla. There are
grades. You want lac best. If
you unaerslood s.arsnparilki as
well a.-; you da Iva and Hour it
weuhl bo easy to determine.
P.ut ye,n dun"t. How .should
you? 'hlien you are going to
buy a commodity whose value
you tlor.'t know, yrai iek tout
an 11 e.tabli.d;e 1 liouse to
trade with, r.r.,1 trust their cx
jierier.ee mi l r;j..r.ation. l)o fio
Ayer's Sarsroiari'lla bar, been
on the market 5;) years. Your
grandfather ;: . Ayerhs. It is
a rej-.utabie r.iedhcine. There )
arc many Cuirsn pari Has
h:it only one Ayer's. It
THE COUFER MARBLE WORKS,
- 1 r, 1 . . .
III, Ii;, ii..H II.S li.'U!K Dl., jJ
:,o:uolk, va. i
tonionents, drave.sto.i tr
Ready for shipment. FF
n.Kii-. !rY f-?
Ottlvb i;:- ,',;:.-.;' s . ', ,w
t'i:it '.;! )",! !::;;- .: ;t'.i ii.:r o.ial'l.-in-o
in J I I " s S:uv :j i:-;;!.i. i
"i!!--!i h w ta i? II00.1 s;.: v.'.u iii.i ar-
I'i ' I. 1. :i v.lo'a not (.:ii. h -ak'u l;.t lii'e
its -Ii ,i jii-:ii'.. i '.: ' l:'.'.i;
I!" o"s S::r-:a;i.i:a!:i in
&& vr :::! oi', .s v, ao-.rai s
v m ir !n-!;.. in- iaal a 1.1:. 00.1 - .a H-.-.rs
Sar:i;.:irir.:i v. ill eatv oa it sail. a ireju
any noaM.' e iiO'-.i I y nnaurv !.. ui.
mm 1 ?
m m vJ? njn
E2s e v3 szS
Istli ():.: 'I'l'-" ri...O l-arii:. ; W. !rMT.r'ti. 1.
l'l'iao.r.-.l oiiiy i.y O. i. !!.-.; O ... I .,v!.l. M;o-i.
Hood's PillS v,'oi.erau'.' iVvnts.'
p .fi.r'??- u pi t? 1 ' v" ;"h
I ItuSVzmb 4Jd t .....!' I II 1 II- . III ..ol. .
I cl 1 1 1
We do not claim that the sun, moon and stars
would cease to shine, anel this great big world would
come to an end ; that North Carolina, or even Wil
son county would have to enlarge her almshouse to
receive the starvim thousands if it were not for
1 rinori kyivi
or that the streets of Wilson would have grown up
in bushes and briars had we never opened our doors
at all. We do not wish any one to suppose that we
think that our importar.ee has assumed such mam
moth proportions. Init
We. do CM aim Tl fis.
(and have both goods anel prices to back it): that
we carry probably as large a stock as any in Wilson,
liny in large quantities, therefore cheaper, have
bettetr lacilities lor handlini tjoods, buy for cash and
sell for cash, therefore enabling ns to make the
PRICES THE VERY LOWI-ST.
I lundreds of people of Wilson and vicinity can
testify to the truthfulness of this statement who have
patronized us lor I I years, and helped to builel this
great business that has no superior in the little city.
To all such friends and patrons
We Extend Our Heartfelt Thanks,
and to the few who possibly have not patronize us,
we will say: Vou just try for a change some of the
many hundreds of matchless values we are offeriiv
daily. Compare the quality of goods, tlie difference
in price, and in 12 months the saving will astonish
I lie Cash Racket Store.
J. M. LEAT1I, Manager.
Cor Nash and Gohbboro Su.
lit.- V-' , '--Z !
2J$ on rlqucst:
have just received th
r . (( Kff i-
Carpets ever seen in Wilson.
Yon Will be Astonished at the Cheapness of my Carpets. l
ALSO A I- I'LL LLYI-:
MY PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT.
COME EARLY. Yours for bargains,
?jOiHi liytciHiisoii m 13:0.
Real Estate Erokers and Commission Iflerchants.
O' l h !-; (, X.SH ST., oVKi: K. J. (iKANTHAM tY Co. Wlh-oX, N. C.
Real Estate MM and Sold. Rents Collected.
We oiler for sale Luiklin Lots in the town of Wilson and Llsev. here.
W'e invite iatendiio; settlers to cal! and set- us. Corresjx mdeoice soli iteth
"Tii format ion L;iveu free of charge.
H. G. COSKOR, President. J. C. HALES, Cashier
BRANCH & GO,
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BASKING BUSINESS IN ITS FULLEST SCOPE.
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'v.e'i.h" 5 i 1 't-rs in sie, ha i;;n-:a v of
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all tlie to- i its ol a -tvat m daily at the
ro.'.-o: id. alar ue.h!. Its political 1
nous is prompt, t mplt-ti'. accurate !
mad mm a da! ...s a!! v , r.-.oh rs w il! '
1 -'i;ho !: ai.el i'..,- e-.-ie 'lit s !
ae. ! :' r
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teo.i.Y ; , i d eo-.r. so.,,-. ! , f.a.e; a'i '
i ii;- .r:.;:'.; new s p ja; - ..n iu- ;;!. .!.-.
it h ts bribi nit ii'no.trations. s'oiY-s h i
l . 1 1 . e.
eon; ; o-t e ra a , i!- ; . ; an ic s . i re
!,. .ase'.aihl and woman's .oih .and t-i-,-cr
s;a-.aal de;o.: taieiits of unie.a.d ia-tt-O
Yc O.ier tills line. r:.h,h d U'-'v -.; a; per i
and ! UK ADVANt. 11 to- . j - . v
e,. the r one vear for 1 f)l '
The regular subscription price of tiie
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most complete line of
C.ir.ir NASI I AM) TAK!:)!:) SIS.
responds readily to proper fer
tilization. Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least y actual
Our books are free to farmers.
t GERMAN' KALI WORKS,
H Nassau St., New York. ;
10 FAMIFIFS TO WORK IN
For fall particulars apply te
Sei rehirv and Treasurer.
WILSON, - H. C,
ill gladly furnish any infor
mation regarding Wilson
is a tow n of .jooo inhahitants,
with all tlu: modern improve
monts, such as Water works,
I'lectric liglus anel 'IYiluphonc
service, and is the most pros
perous tow n in North Carolina.
We have: the Lest
Cotton ;md Tobacco
In the State.
Yet (arming lands are reason
hie m price, from 10 pe!
acre up. We are in a pos
tion to offer
in any section of the town,
anel call attention especially to
vacant lots on Academy,
Spring, ( ioldshoro, Mines,
Daniel and Lark streets, ranr
mg m price from $150 to
$ 1 ,000.
If you want to sell your
lot place it with men
who are in touch with
II you want a tenant for your
Luilding, and the rents collec
ted promptly make a contract
A.J. Simms & Co.
No 5. I.inii ol ar res miles from
WiLoa, .' tenant hoiie-,, a ood i horse;
farm in uhivaOon, adjoining lands
that ea.l he- l)oiiht re-asoiiahle. I'rite,
r 1 ,( .
No. S. A ahiahle e;ii-t mil! rom-1-Iele,
lx-avy .jo inch runners, and a
lare- Wilson ott-ja s' -d t ruslier.
No. 12. . farm of 2-0 acre-, j miles
lrom h! (i.n, ly at re-, in 1 ul'.ivation.
25 a're, ;o,od pasture, uatercl.
j tenant hou-e-, and 00. 1 out huild-in-a.
No h ite-r (arm in the county.
1'1'ire, ,o ) j.
No. i s- A :;ood j-room flwellin hi
t one r ol S;,: and South streets. A
;rood Med iot (heap tor the price,
o o. 15. o'M.i tiniher land on
and ex!' -in 1 i ii;- Irotn the h ('. 4i A.
anil ('J . ; k. in (dh.imhu t ounty.
Prodi,' ti; e t.u"ii:in,( land if ( leared.
l'!a. e i - ; ,.. j : ; j i j, t a t urp.-nd le- farm
oi 10 jier i chi. on piii e ..-.). .-th 'ri( e
N"'i. 1' . A l.oao. ol o m us, ,S miles
from WiIm.'i, oahhi n av, Jloise
ho ui ju .t ( h a.ia . ! . pj ii e, S5o.
oh a ?.;,. 1' ..rm .! , ;e r-s iniN-s from
iVi'O'Oi. ' Ma 1,, : uni in uhivation
e.o,l hail hiii;:-.. J :;! toli.aiao land.
l'ri' e. ;-,' ,').
N'o. 2-. h: a;.t :i lh- ( orn r of
Sp: 1 I line , streets, 45 ' hy 1 S 5
h i t. ' I'li: e i;,..,.
h'n. ;a ".:' a;.t lot on the- cnriii r o
(ml dran.ro end Ilill'.--. street-,, . 5 " hy
1 -.5 ! et. I': ice f 100.
No. y,. 'a( ;.nt lot on tie- corner of
Sj riu;.', a;rl ! .'.dry streets, 47 Y hy 0S5
!- et. I'ric-
No. 52. Y.r lot on the corner of
(h.;d.Ooi o .and I 'ally streets hy
IS5 leet. i'l io-;"..
No. oa. hot on ( orii' i of Sj.t in and
i I ), iirv street 1. (iood four-room duel
j im.-C. ;2.ood u ater. 1'rii'e Im.v.
No. ' at res of land on west cad
of liie tit'.. Suitahh- f,,r laying uiil
re-sid.;iii e- lots. I'riee low.
W ilson Cotton Mills
a.J. Simms & Co..