North Carolina Newspapers

    THE CAUCASIAN.
'" Kilu-rvl a cir.liii' t I''ai l.uwa at
rlintOTI, N.C., B M':H1 eU- IMUll
matter.
( linton, n. c.-juni: i '
THE CAUCASIAN'S RECORD.
1,474.
Oi.e year ag it W;n 1' than HM.
I hiring the l.i-t 1- wcekn wo hive
naiVd over 12,00-) opies.
TLo recent llods have
n-rouJit havoc and desolation
in mnny parts ol our country.
Bridges on many of the princi
pal lines of railroad have been
washed away and traflic and
transportation greatly hindered.
Aloii' the Connnrtiurh river in
Pennsylvania tli results havo
been most di.-2sti.u.-. On this
river was s'tualed the latest
artiHe'aJ lake In th' country,
iind when the Mirin waters
of the llond ponied into it from
thti up cnmtiy the 'lain tfavc
way and truiu-H of desolation
and death beyond di i-er.ption
followed. The town of .Johns
town, I 'a., was swept from tho
fare of tho earth almost in an
instant and a reat number of
it; unfortunate inhabi tant.s per-i-l.-d
with it. The following
telegraphic rej -ort lo the Wil
in'iitfton Star ives some idea
of the hoii i'i' 4 results:
.Joii.vviow.v, Pa., .June, :5rd. As
yet there h in telling hov many
live- have l.ci n lif t. Adjutant (ieii
enil Hayings who has charge of
every tiling, .-tated this morning that
In' hij -posed that tfieie were at hast
two thousand people under the; burn
ing dfbri-s, but the only way to find
out how many lives were lost was
t.i take a census of the people now
living, and subtract that troni tlie
c-'iill he fore the flood. It is a mo.-t
distres-ing vi:;lit to see the relatives
of people who are supposed to be
lost standing around watching ei :!i
b dy as it is pulled out, and acting
more like maniacs than sine people.
The water has subsided to a great
extent and the .streets in the main
part of town are free from .water.
The falling water has l.ii I bare the
terrihle work of the Hood,, and the
full extent of the terrible disaster
is only b'nig ascertained now. The
streets are one sickening, foul smell
ing mass of wood and debris, and
the work of searching for dead bodies
lias only begun.
The latest estimates put the loss of
life at from ten to twelve thousand.
It is impossibl" to get any account
of the number lost.
Thousands of dollars have been
raised all over the country and
sent to ths relief of those who
were scared, and a sanitary com
mission has been sent by Presi
dent Hairison to direct the re
moving and burying of the de
caying animal llesli, to pr3vent
a pestilence following even
worse than tl e calamity.
vi: s ri: nx i at, com m i:ce-jii-:nt.
(For The C'.uvasi an 1
Chapel Hill, C, June 4th.
Chapel Iltil is a lovely and
delightful place at all times,
especially so at this season of
the year. Hut the fact that this
is the Centennial Commence
ment gives to the place and the
University an additional inter
est. A large crowd is already
1 lore and it will be simply tre
mendous by Thursday.
liishop Duncan, of South Car
olina, preached tho liaccalau
reate Sermon to the graduating
class yesterday. Probably the
most interesting fi atir e of the
week took place this morning
ths Classday oxc'cises by the
Seniors.
This afternoon the speech by
the representatives of the soci
eties were delivered in the Me
morial Hall. To-night the re
unions of all the members of
the societies will be interesting
and enjoyable.
To-morrow will be givcu up
"entirely to tho Centennial Exer
cises. At 11 A. M. the aJd;'ess
will be delivered by Senator
Ransom. At 12 M. will be the
meeting of the . luinni Associa
tion. At 2 P. M comes the dinner-at
which tho Alumoi and
trustees will be present, and al
so delegatis from other colleges,
a number of whom will ba in
attendance from the leading in
stitution of the country. The
members of each clas will sit
together, and there will be
speeches and talks. It is ex
pected that this will be one of
tho most entertaining events of
the celebration. At 8 P. M.
there will be special memorial
exercises with a roll call of the
by classes and short speeches by
representatives of each class
The usual ComiLencement ex
ercises of Thursday tfill be car
ried out. Will give The Cau
casian a full report fo:- next
issue . E.
United States Senator Jos. E.
Jirown of Georgia is dangerou
lv ill at his home in Atlanta.
From reports there is little room
to hope for hi recovery.
CUMBERLAND SKWS.
ANOTHER RAILROAD FOR
F.tYErKENILLE A PROIS
A HI LI TV.
EX-PRESIDENT DAVIS WILL COME.
Senator Ransom to Deliver the Cen
tennial Oration.
(Keg. Cor. Caivasiax.
I-' a v ktt i: v i i.i.i-:, X. '.,
June 3rd, lss'.i.
A meeting of the corporators
of the Payettevdle it Albemarle
railroad is called for June l"th,
for tf.e purpose of organizing
under the charter. An organi
zation and a small sum of mon
ey seen es this road for this city.
The commencement exercises
of the State Colored Normal
School in this city took place
last week. Prof. J. F. K. Sim
mons delivered the address. A
number of white people attend
ed and say the exercises were
ve:y ci editable.
Mr. J. M. Lamb's little son
seven years o!d was shot in the
chest by a little neg o bov who
was fooling with a pistol. The
negro ran awav but ihe little
boy is getting well.
Over loO accessions have been
made to the various churches
he e since the Petisou meeting
More are being made every Sun
day, and the total will not fall
far short of 200.
Rev. F. R. Underwood, of
Samp.-on, filled the pulpit of
Rev. It. T. (J ray, of the llaptist
Church, and M : (J ray tilled Mr.
Undo wood's. We have heard
several speak of M Unde.
wood's sermon ;ti being thought
ful and oiuate.
The C. F. it- Y. V. railroad
is abreast of the times. The
I lay Street crossing h is been
furnished with the litest im
proved railway crssing gates.
As a train approaches the gates
fali, extending across the street,
and a gong strikes to warn peo
ple of the approach. It is a
protection the pblic have need
ed for a long time.
The North bound train on the
C. F. & Y. V. railroad ran over
an old colored woman on last
Wednesday. She was alive at
last accounts.
An adjourned mooting of the
citizens for perfecting arrange
ments for the Centennial next
Xovember was held Thursday
af'ernoon. The committee an
nounced that Senator Matt. W.
Ransom has. accepted the invi
tation to deliver the oration.
The committee of o0 will meet
this week and sub committees
be appoirted. A letter from
ex-President Davis since the
meeting conveys the gratifying
news that his first letter was
pioperly construed as he intends
to be here, and may be expect
ed. A private letter f.om him
also assures that he will be he e.
So what doubt there was is dis
sipated. Fayelteville will cel
ebrate this occasion on a big
scale, because it commemorates
a big thing and she will have
big men with her.
A numbei" of teaches from
here will attend the meeting of
the Assembly at Morehead City.
We learn that one or two are
bound for the European trip.
John Reynolds is in jail on
the charge of assaulting a ten
year old girl. This makes two
prisoners in the jail a'vaiting
trial at the July term of court
for similar charges.
The completion of the Max
ton & Rowland railroad gives
this city an all rail connection
with Charleston, South Carolina.
It is hoped tbi will hurry the
completion of the Short Cut
South of here. There is onlj
a gap. of 25 miles.
There is a general desire here
that a military school be estab
lished. There is a good deal of
talk and nothing is needed but
a competent man 'with nerve
and pluck, and we will have a
great success.
Iluckleherrios have made
their appearance on this mar
ket. They are very nice, but
not equal to the celebrated
"Sampson Blues."
Your correspondent real wiih
a great deal of pleasure the ac
count of the closing exercises
of Salem High School, together
with the sketch of Hon. Kemp
P. Rattle's address. The bene
fits of such a school can not be
estimated in dollars and cents.
Mr. W. P. Fife's little girl,
j'essie, died on last Sunday af
ternoon. She had been a great
but patient little sufferer. Mr.
Fiftf has determined to become
an evangelist and will leave in
a short while for Asheville,
where he wi'l study during the
summer with Rev. 11. G. Pear
son, who ha- become a warm
friend of his. His family will
remain here.
The fine rains came in good
time, as the crops were suffer
ing. There was some too much
in this county.
This is the Centenn al of the
University's charter existence,
but not of its real existence.
The charter was granted in 1789,
but was sixjyears before its. doors
were, open to students This
centennial ought to be followed
by one ou a still grander scale
l in 1895.
Continued from 1st Paced
besides, the farmer 1a today
truly in a better condition than
the factory hand a'ul laborers
in all other vocations of life.
Mythology tells ns that Hercu
les could never conquer Auliu,
son of fellus, until hn allu
hi in away from mother earth,
from which he received h's
s'rength. So the hone.t, Indus
trious and Intelligent fanner
can never fail till he is allured
into other professions.
8th. Farming inspires a love
for freedom and libertv in its
broadest seme, therefore it is
an antidote to the centializing
tendencies of the day. There
fore they are justified in form
ing alliances or any similar or
ganization to check such leud
ences. Our Constitnt'on has al
ways found its staunchest defen
de s in the farming class. It
makes no difference where the
farmer is, nor under w hat con-'
ditions and ciicumstauces he
may be, vet he i:s always the
qirckest to resent oppression
and therefo'e it is to be hoped
that the South will never lose
its charade', istics as an agricul
tural section.
9th. There never was a time
when the e was such a tenden
cy to skepticism. Farming is
the antidote to this, for a con
s' ant communion with nature
natu rally leads its votaries up
to a noble religion. The fa-mer
with a heart and soul and the
least sensibility "finds God eve
rywhere and in every th -rig."
Lastly, in farming (or rathe.
in the garden) was f und the
blessing j of married life.
This advice comes last, but
would profitably be put into
practice first.
At this point a liavy shower
came up and stopped the inimita
ble speaker just as he was about
to regale the young people with
a treat which they would have
re.-.iembered and enjoyed, not
only through courtship and hon
eymoon, but even all through
married life.
A review like the aoove is
necessarily very imperfect, for
it is impossible to do such a
speech justice ou paper. You
who did not hear him havo lost
his genial manner and facinat
ing delivery, the presence of
which makes a ioor speech su
premely interesting and the ab
sence of which makes a good
one tainw and dull.
It is rep o ted that Whitelaw
Ileid, U. ri. Minister to France,
has taken up his residence in a
house which costs him "20,000
a year, 5,000 more th in his sal
ary. N E W A D V ERTISEM E NTS.
SALE OF LAND-
milE - UNDERSIGNED, UN
JL der a decree of the Supeii
or Court of Sampson county, having
been appointed commissioner to sell
the lands hereinafter de-scribed, will,
in pursuance of a decree of said
court, sell by public sale, at the
courthouse dorr in Ciinton, on the
8th day of July, 1889, for cash, the
following tract of land, situated in
Franklin township, Sampson county,
on tiio west side of Jila.-k River and
bounded as follows, to wit: Begin
ning at a cypress at the mouth of
Bloody Bluff Cove, thenco north 4-3,
west 50 poles t the run of Spring
branch, thence up said run obout
northwest 127 poles to a b'ack gum
in the bra -.eh, thenco s it li f j, west
108 poles to a pine on thj west side
of the Negro Head road, thenco
south 81, east yj poles to the edge of
Flat Bay, thence with the; edge of
the bay a northwest course 180 poles
to the road leadinsr fro n Newkirk's
b.idoto Andrew's bridge, thence i Secretary; postoffice, Dismal,
as the said road runs nortli (51, east : Biand, No. 872 M. J. Moore, Sec
290 poles, thence north 50, east 32 t retary; postoffice, Bland,
poles to a pint, thence north S(j, cast ; Clinton, No. 579, B. S. Peterson,
IO.j poles to a stake o:i a branch,
inence north oo east .Jo jK);es, thence
south GO, -east 1" poles to a black
gum on the road leading to the saw
mill, thence south 7G, east to and
with a ditch 0G poles to the turn of
the ditch, thence the ditch north 72,
east 20 poles, thence south 20, east
54 poles to a sweet gum, thence south
63. cast 77 poles to a white tak,
thence north 8G, east to a persimmon
tree, th-?nce, leaving the ditch, south
65, east 12 pols to a four limbed oak
on the bank of the river near Mal
puss landing, thence own the river
to tl-.e begin .ling; containing 607
acres, more or les3.
M. C. RICHARDSON,
Commissioner.
This 6th day of June 1889. tds
FOR SALE.
Boiler and Engine.
I have a 20 horse Boiler and En
gine, of Tanner's make, Richmond,
Va. They are both in perfect order
and as goad as new. With the En
gine there goes tightening pulley
and driving belt.
Terms Most liberal. Will s?ll
on time, with long payments.
Tl f J. I 1 1 J 1
isnoi prooaoie ;.nai one
iMiuis ui iu xsoner, win i
ever strike such a bargain again as I
will now give a reliable purchaser.
Respectfully,
JuG-lni J. II. ROYAL,
MARVELOUS
n
rnn
DISCOVERY.
Only Omnlne Sratea f Memry TnlalMft
four Baoka Laj-asd la ana readlaf,
Niad waaderias eared. -Every
child aad adatt aramtly fceaefltted.
Great indaoemaata to Oorraapoadsno Clmm.
ProRpeetaa, with Opinkma f Dr. Win. A. Hta.
maad, ths world-famed Specialist ia Mind Disease.
Daniel C.reealeaf ThompaoM, tbairieat Peyeholi
ocist, J. M. Backley, 1.I)., editor o the Chrxnttan
AdvacaU.N. Richard Proctor, the Scientist,
Hons. W. W. Astor, Jade Gibaaa, Jadak P.
Benlamiaiand others, sent post free by
Prof- A. XOISETTE, 23 T fifth At.( If, T,
Alliance Department
ORGANIZATION.
President Marign Butler;
Vice-President K. Rich ;
Secretary J. I. Ezzell;
Treasurer S. A. Howard;
Iiusines Atrent Ci. A. Clute.
Lecturer X. II. Fennel!;
Chaplain J. O. Tew;
Sergeant-at-Arms P. II. Jer
nigan; Doorkeeper--Charlie Crum
pler; Executive Committee J. A.
Oates, Chairman ; 11. M. Cruji-;
pier, M. M Killett, W. II TLom- j
as, W. K Pigford. I
Committee, on the Good of the j
rw.. t i rw.w p. lf0
son, C. II .Tohuson.
Query Committee U. J.
Craddock, M. M. Killett, Abram
Hobbs.
Co. Organizer Isham Royal.
ftairTHK (Jal"casix was adopl
ed as trie official oran of the Coun
ty Allianvea by the County Alliance,
January l'Jth.f
STUAW 1'O.M) ALLIANCE, NO. 580. i
At our last meeting a query
was brought up lhat the tax ou
guano be reduced. It was deci
ded in favor of the affirmative.
Ilesolved, That the Farmers'
AlPance establish banks of our
own.
fter debate it was decided
in favor of the affirmative
that jt would bd wise that each
and eve y County Alliance in
North Carolina to establish a
bank of thei" own.
B. Z. Plackhuun, Sect'y.
May 30th, 1889.
DIRECTORY OF Sl'B-ALLIANCES.
Holliday, No. , Jas. M. Spell,
Secretary; postofflce, Clinton.
Progress, No. , Miss I'altie I).
Iloyal, Secretary; postonice, Clinton.
Hope Well, No. 670, 1). C. McPhail,
Sec'v; postoftice, Beaman'sX ltoadn.
White Oak, No. 35;i, J. D. Parker,
Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
D"Ita, No. 874, W. II. Bus.s, Secret
tary; postoftice, Delta.
Keddiek, No. 1,120, I I. J. Uiven
bark, Secretary; postoftice, Magnolia.
Laurel Hill, No. oSi, M. M. Kil
lett. Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Bye's Bridge, No. oS2, 1). W. Tew,
St-c'y; postoftice, Beaman's X ltoads.
Keener's, No. 578, tx. YV. High
smith, Secretary; postoftice, Keener.
Ingold, No. G-io, J. W. Green, Sej
re ary; postoftice, Ingold.
Cross Boads, No. 484, John Honi,
Secretary; postoffic0, Hives.
Iloneycutt's, No. 5S3, It. H. Fann,
Secretary; postoftice, Huntley.
South Biver, No. 831, S. B. Page,
Secrete. ry;jostofiice, Hawlev's Stoie.
Cedar Hill, No. 830, Fountain
Jackson, Secretary; postoftice. Haw
ley's Store.
Maple Grove, No. 3-"( W. It. Lee,
Secretary; postoftice, Blackmail's
Mid.
Browning's No. 581, J. F. Hol-i
lingsworth, Secretary; postoftice,
Dobbersville.
Mingo Academy, No. 220, II. M.
Warren, Secretary; postoftice, Giles'
Mill.
liluff, No. 577, W. J. Craddock,
Secretary; postoftice, Ilobton
Six Buns, No. 92G, John W. Mc
Calop, Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Jit. Gilead, No. 873, V. II. Itack
ley, Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Goshen, No. 44(5, Thorn s I Sut
ton, Secretaij; postoftice, Ilobton.
New Hope, No. 80G, W. T. Hi no.,
Secretar,; postoffice, Warsaw.
Kings, No. G79, Henry Herring,
Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Piney Grove, No. G17, W . I. Ij-iiie,
Secretary; postoffice, Faison.
Beulah, No. G80, J. T. Nloore, Secretary-;
postoftice, Warsaw.
llermon, No. 747, T. IV. Britt,
Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Bed 1111, No. 925, jolm J. Vann,
Seeretary; postoffice, Clinton.
Purdom, No. 832, D. W.Williams,
Secretaiy; postoffice, Dismal.
Mingo, No 354, B. M. Jernigan,
Secretary; postoftice, Giles' Mill.
Andrew Chapel, No. 519, B. It.
Owen, Secretary; postoffice, Mait
land. Poplar Grove, No. GIG, U. M. Lew
is, Secretary; postoffice, Faison.
Hall's, No. G18, T. W. Barbrey,
Secretary; postoftice, Ilobton.
Boykin's, No. 615, L. C. Spell,
secretary; postothce, Clinton
I Oat IJirliTn Vn .1-a Ti T. T.ovvia
Secretary; postoffice, Clinton.
Eureka, No. 328, K. H. Howard,
Secretary; postoffice, Ilayne.
Salem, No. GOO, S. A. Howard,
Secretary; postoffice, Huntley
Spring Hill, No. 355, J. C. Draugh
on, Secretin ; postoffice, Mingo.
Snow Hill, No. 1,332, A. B. Her
ring, Secretary; postoffice, Taylor's
Bridge.
Coharie, No. 651, ' S. Lawhorn,
Secretary; jw-stoffice, Maitland.
Straw P md. No. 5S0, B. Z. Black
mail, Secretary; postoffice, Bass.
Newton Grove, No. 357, James
Bouse, Secretary; postoffice, New
ton Grove.
Franklin, No. 748, J. B. Se ivoy,
Secretaiy; postoffice, llarrell's Store.
Hickory Grove, No. 1,029, D. LJ
JlcLamb, Secretary; postoftice, Bea
man's X Boads.
Lisbon, No. 871, Cora Bronson,
Secretary; postoffice, Lisbon.
Evergreen, No. 1,510, A. C. Cash
well, Secretary; postoffice, Ingold.
Clear Bun, No. , W. Lee Bob-
inson, Secretary; postoffice, Clear
Bun.
Woodland, No. 1.48G, O. P. James,
Secretary ; postoffice, Way Cross..
AUI.: y()U MAI)E miger;1l.lo bvln
Qige-tiou, Coustinati-n, Dizzin, L.s
of Appetite, Yellow iskin? M.iloh's
Vitdi.er is a positive cure. Iorhak-bv
Dr. I:. II. IIoi.md.vy, Dru-Wt, Cliti'-
ton, N. c.
For 22 Years
J.
T
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has occupied his same
TAILOR ESTABLISHMENT
on Church Street. The great and
orignal leader in low prices for men's
clothes .Economy in cloth and money
will force you to give hiru a call. .
-Latest Fashion plates always
on hand. . June 7th. lyr.
'ggMi merchant.
P. MIDDELTON
: or :
rs'ortli C:irOliimf
wrrn
BROWER BROS.,
(COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 124H Vahlnftoii Street,
iiiKjct fully solicits for them the
truck of Fastern Carolina.
arTke handling of II uckh lorries
i a "pecialty.
Hkfkkkmk: Irvui- National
1 Bank, New York, ut we prize as
lour ttt-st reference all parties who
have ever dealt with u. iny3o-lm
II. K. WICK.
p. n wick.
wf;k & BRO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FRUIT AND PRODO,
S. W. Corner Water and Dock Sts.,
IMIHjAD&LjI'IIIA. lA.
Consignment solicited of Berries
and Southern Produce.
Kek E kexces Prod uce Na t ional
Bank, Philadelphia, I'a.; Sixth Na
tional Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.; Hun
terdon Co. National Hank. Fleming
ton, N. J.; Bradsti eet's and Dunn's
Agencies; T. B. Pierce, Warsaw, N.
C, W. Mcintosh, Charleston, S. C;
A. It. Faison, Faison, N. C; Wil
liams Brothers, Norfolk, Va.; C. L.
Houghton; Portsmouth Va.; E. H.
& J. A. Meadows, New Berne, N. C;
J. L. Ithem, New Berne, N. C; C.
P. Tatem & Co.. Baltimore, Md.; O.
& A. W Mead & Co., Boston, Mass.
my9 2m
French McQueen,
O F N 0 11 T II C A it O E I X A,
: with :
B. C. FULLEU,
NO. 194 DUAXE STREET, NEW YORK,
i ii o tj u c;e
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Bkfeuexck. Bank of New Han
over, New York National Exchange
B.tnk, It. G. Dun & Co.'s Mer
cantile Agency, New York; C. D.
Myers, of Wilmington; T.B.Pierce,
of Warsaw.
Truck along Atlantic Coast Line a
Specialty. apl 1 2m
G.FURMAN&CO..
I'KODTJOJE
West Washington Market, New York,
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OP
ALL PJIODUCK.
Guarantee Highest Price an;l Prompt
Returns.
Befer by permission to A. F. John
son and Win. A. Johnson.
STENCILS furnished on ap
plication. apll-3m
Established 25 Years.
w. M
1IIXKS.
D. H. MANSFIEfiD,
I MAiteffiLD.
(1ENEHAL PRODUCE
Commission Merchants,
283 & 290 Washington & 187 Chambers Sts.,
isrmxTV yohk.
North Carolina and Virginia Pro
duce a Specialty.
Represented by L. H. HINES.
IIefekexck. - Second National
Bank of Jersey City, N. J.
iuch2S 3tn.
jr.oxljc:i:
0MMIGS10N HOUSE,
8. H. & i:. H FROST,
lOO Park Place, New York. '
Shippers desiring to favor U3 will
be furnished with Stencils, Cards,
etc., on application.
PR01TPTXESS GUARANTEED I
ItEt'EUEXCE. Irving National
Bank; K. II. & J. A. Meadows, New
Berne, N.C.; Borden & Bros., Golds
boro, N. (J. Southern Sliipoing No.
50.
ap25 2ni
i EW AD V ERTIs EM EXT.
I. R. WATSOX. A. F. PiSTEKSOX.
WATSON & PETERSON-
New Firm !
LOW PRICES!
Sooi Quality
What better do you want ? If so
come in and we will sell and show
you something better still.
A full line of
Family Groceries !
BPure Up-Country Corn Whis
key a specialty.
Opposite (Jonrthonsc Con.e In!
Bespectfully,
WATSON & PETERSON.
lUT rj Tvl who arc weak. Nervous and
ill Hi 11 DeVilitatfd. who ore autlcnns
from ihe cflects of early evil I alir,th
results tf ignorance or follv, will find in
PEAKS' SPECIFIC a posrive and ir
ranncut cure lor N'eavou- lability, t-m
ii al weaknexf, involuntary titat los..
c c." Cures laranhrd,. Stud ix itul
in Btantps u r Pears' Tit-atin; u Jis.a
of n:s;i Uw-ir sum)
J. 8. PEA lis
Church Street.. X ahv ilie.TcH .: .
NKW ADVEttTUEMESTS.
A. F. JOHNSON'S
Cheap One Price
CASH STOKE
Continues to be the
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION!
Every Department is Replete with
THE
Choicest Selection of
DUESS GOODS DEI'AltTMENT.
G.-of (Jrain S Iks, Moire Silks, China Silk, Plain ami Striped
Su ah Silks, Henriettas, Cashmeres, Nuiisveilin,AUatros Sateens,
and Plain and Figured Challies the prettiest fabrics if the
-eason. Every young lady should have one.
FANCY GIMPS AND LATEST NOVELTIES IN hUESS
TUIMMINGS, KCC.
New .style and nood qualities of Ginghams at 8e, 10c, and 12Jc
per yard. Beautiful line of Embroideries, Laces, TuckinkT, Mull
Nainsooks, Lawm and White (roods of all kinds. Figured Liwns
a.t Tic, 8c and 10c. per yard. Full Line of Parasols, Fans, Hosiery,
Gloves, Corsets, Handkerchiefs and Table Linen, all-linen
Table Napk'ns at ."0j pjr dizen.
II vTS, UXDEItWKvR, ETC.
Lf dies' Gauze Unde. wear. Ladies' Ribbed Vests at 2c each
real bargains.
Large and weU elected stoik of Cassimere, Flmn!jN, Cotton-
ade and lineus for gents' and boys' wear.
Gents' and Boy's Wool, Felt and Straw Hats in all the desira
ble sh.tdes and Styles.
Gents' and Boys' Merino, G.uz j and Linen Uirtlervvear, Linen
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Sr-.arfs
f Lace and Scrim Curtains, Creton
NeW DeSlgnS 'es, Pougeis, Winder Shade., Cur-
(tain Chains a id Cornice Polls.
La-K assortment of Trunk, Valisns, Umbrellas, Hammocks, tc.
A Jt AGE FOR SHOES.
Our stock of SHOES is simply immense and embraces every
thing usually kept in a first class Shoe Store. When other Stores
fail to keep what you want, you a e sure to met n disappoint
ment here. Our "Bijou" Button Sho3, at 2.00, is still the haoe
WITH THE LADIES AXD THE WOXDEU OF OTHER MERCHANTS.
JEWELRY! .JEWELRY!! JEWELRY!!!
Collar Buttons, Cuff Bu toas, Breast Pin-, Ear llings, Scarf
Pins, Lace Pins, Ladies' and Gents' Watch Chaitis and Charms,
Ladies' and Misses' Necklaces aud L ickets. Gold and Silver
Watches and j beautiful line of Plated, Filled and Solid Gold
Rins at astonishing low prices.
HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Our :stoc.k of HaIwa:e, Crockery, Glassware and Lamp Goods
lias eeeti veiy much enlarged and we are now fully prepaired to
meet the demands of onr rapidly increasing trade.
MANY CHEAP AND HANDY ARTICLES.
The special attention of house -keepers is called to our Novel
ties in House-Keeping Goods, such as Veneer Knife Boxes, Darn
ing Baskets Ham Broilers, Egg Poachers, 'auce Pans, Patteut
Griddle3, Milk Coolers, S:c, &c.
BUILDERS' MATERIALS.
Complete stock of Builders S.ipplies Sash, Doors and Blinds,
White Lead, Paint, Oils, Varnishe?, Brushes, Glass, Putty, Ac.
GROCERIES.
You will find nothing in this department but the choicest and
finest tfoods. Our Teas, Cotfees, Sugars, Butter and Flour are
especially ?eco mm ended foi their purity and excellence.
We kejp constantly on hand a large stock of Dwujht's Cow
B and Soda, Ball Potash, Laundry So.p, S:noki:ijr aud Chewing
Tobaccos, WaLhes, Wrapping Paper, Paper Boxes, Twine aud
Coat's BottoT that we can sell to merchants at special prices. Give
ns a trial before ordering.
WALK UPSTAIRS.
For the benefit of oil." customers from the country, who are
not fully acquainted with the arrangements of our store, we will
say that, owing to our largely increased business, we have been
forced to keep nearly half of oar stock on thu second floo and
when vising us they are lespecifully invite J to walk up stairs
arid inspect the entire stock.
Clinton
IN NEW
I have moved this week into
street, nea ly opposite the Caucasian Printing Office, where I
will be pleased to serve the general Dublin as in thn rkn-at
It is unnecessary to tell you anything or my own make of
Harness, for they always speak for their own merits when used.
In addition I alwavs keeD a eood surmlv nf Knrthavtt Kr.Hna
and Harness, which I will sell
Also the cheapest and largest assortment of Whips to be found
1 XI Mi
auyw:iere. u iien you come to lown dr sure tc call in and see
for yourself. Respectfully,
March 8tb, 1889. 3m
MW GOODS!
A
1
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NEW CIXWHING, 8HOS, DRY-COODS AND HARDWARE.
t&" One lot of Calicoes at 5 cents per yard- 8
Spring Goods will be coming in constantly. - Cash customers
would d. well to call in and examine stock before buying elsewhere.
I KEW A IV ERT1SEM EXTS. J
of every disc 'iptioi,
Respectfully,
Harness
QUARTERS,
my new quarters on Fayettevill
at the lowest nnmihlo manrin
W. 1 1 . STETSON.
T
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ADVI-UTlSKMF.Nfs
CLINTON
X
Drug Stouil
DR. A. M. LKK lUiOTliKi:
tdrlVrnm uw4 mJi.-ii,,. ,v
when they are lck ami th.ir jiV( (
iljutgrn then they Hunt tin- x r"
tt that can be had; lr. . j
Jk Brother kvp nly nm h: tl.. N
carry full I In or 1'aU-nt iU,iM j, ,
vntUI Oils IVrfUmcrj-, Trns...'
Knglbh TMth Bruhix" M.u, ju"5
W h bkey , 1 1 ore wul r t - , rt j, ,
anil the bct reintxiie u,r .ill ,i
a. i aba '
Utile, Ilojrs I'oultry, ft,-.
LEE'S
Backache Plasters
In North Carcliua's unnv l n
Their wund'wui ttrtiMja.ic-c,.'., i
Kxtrl a mrtupiu o ubliuu.
lu luinUUsriug to liummi il!.
Aud many a pun;; Utij Ui v..1v.
IxeV PUktci doth allay.
You c-n cuiv a hal r it ...i
che quicker w ith otn of .),.
ters than kv nnv other ni-nii..n....
ami after the luwkat he I rurl, uj
can still wear the plater with IU.
lurt lor a mouth, or longer. J hu
ilastcr i a crreat diwov-rv. n i it i.
hard to flinl any pa!n or uhf th.n
will not yieht to it. lrtp.tr .nh
by T.J. UIK, ltruecUi.
l'CRB MKIUC1NAI. WHUKKY.
A pure ami wholesome nlii i!,'
wtltnu'ant is a aWiuVnitum irt..ii.
needeti. io niily this want I'm..
Barley (!orn Whis key, four v u ,
old, is otTered to tho iMilie, with i;,
uarantoe of its erfect purity mi l
wholiwnneness In every lart ti nl.n
Thi liquor is th pure axtr:u-t ..
(tlKNUIltl IUP1UY, And i tioill,. ,
Dnijrjrea, l.touoreJ nor nti.
in
any Instance. Sold wily lv
DU.A. iM. LKK it 11 HO., Di ui
i.kk's WAItT Sfm-lfic.
a certain cure for warts m h.ir--
and mules a Vol. John Alii..r.l,
('apt. Cornelius Partrick, i'nj.t. '.
laictus riuson, Mr. . II. Fai-mi
Col. Abner I. Faison and hu!i.Ir-.t-of
others in .Sampson and iutjoinin
coutitios will certify. Se'd onlv i.v
T. J. Llvl", UncUi.
WORMS IX UOILSI S.
Ijec's Worm Sinciflc never fail, u
exHl worms from horsrs ai.l muli-..
warra.'.teu in every ease. Sol.! ,
1 . J. 1.1-.-., Diuiki.
iionsi: and cattm: imi iu ils.
We ffer untter thin h ad tln ,. t
mi lion Powders in the market.
1. . are prepared by the leading
.ug House el' the United Stale,
oui th j formula of Dr. William.
of England, the most dietMi?m.,li,-i
Veterinary Surgeon living. Thev
are excellent appetizer, a general
alterative and tonic, and eau be
relied upon a a remed for all dUe-
aes ot domestic animals, 'lliy hiv
coujposed of Licorice Hoot, Juniper
lierries, l laxseed, Uentian, (linger,
Iron and Axtimony. Sold ndy l.y
Dr. A. M. Lkb & Hrto., lruj;ttiU.
LIVE JY QNO SALE
StaMcs.
WE ARE NOW J.OCATKD
on Railroad street, in our
new quarters. Wo will, at all times
have ou hand n lot of
FINE HOUSES AND MUI.KS,
liUQQIES AND HO AD CAUTS,
which will be Fold chean for ah cr
on time, with good security, come
ana examine our stock.
ltespectfully,
J. F. SOUTHKHLANDACO.,
de6-4m Clinton, N. C
BLYMYER IRON WORKS.
LAJtGEST M ANU FA CTU Ii K I i?
:of:
SUGAR CINE MACHINERY IN THE U. S.
Having been appointed agent f-r
the above firm, in tho counties of
Sampson, Duplin and Pender, would
be pleased to hear from any one in
want of anything in that line at
. manufacturer's prices.
Be sure to order in time to secure
promp delivery. Address,
A. S. COLWELL.
Wallace, Duplin Co., N. C
April 11, 1889.-tr
(ft
ID
tijSf,
Mrs. A. E. Murphy. Owner and
Proprietress.
The Murphy House is central
ly located, with large, comfor
table rooms and attentive ser
vants. FARE, FIRST CLASS.
FREE TRANSPORTATION
FROM DEPOT.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOB jODMMERCTAI.
TRAVELERS.
C-The Travelim? public are
respectfully invited to stop at
the MURPHY HOUSE.
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