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THE CAUCASIAN, j
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CLI.Vi'ON, N. C, JUNK Z). H .
THE CAUCASIAN'S RECORD.
Onyf-ir:t- it w.i, It: than
luting flu: !.v-t 12 wicks wo have
nmiU'il ivcr rJ,;-.H cpiM.
Dear Header, a few of oursub
cribers have not yet paid up
their mh-eripliorH. Is it ponsl
hie that yu aro ore? of them ?
If ho, pleas? allow u.i to remind
you again that we gn -tiy u-ed
th amount, however nuill. Lot
in livo u plea-ant term. Wo
dedrn t-'irivt.' you a nivl class
pappr arid we wi.-di you to r-:id
and enjoy it, tint to do thn, it is
nociwary that we keep our little
financial relation straight.
'If, ..... lms i:,.f.ti hii oMihii-nki
of the Chinpewa Indians in Min- i
n -.'ota, .'Hid Kevemi wl.iti-N ii;a- ;
'I l ecib drivers of Paris are j
on a jitiike :iud tsi ioiv1- inconve-j
ntMici! to visitors to the Ka'jmi-J-,
tion thereby aiise.
'1 he report that "iilind Tom,"
the celebrated netfro pianist,
w.th drowned in the Hood at
Johnstown, I'.i., iss;iid to be un
true. iti. if iorted that ex-sheriff
Illack, of Mo.ire county, is nr.iv
ly ?1-J,00i in arrears with the
enmity and the commission
ers have ordered the treasure
collect the amount or .-ue him
on his bond.
If a "ivd-IiCKl on a fowl" denotes
.ilth how is it about the red-liead-
. Kill? Wilmington Slur. We do
not know how it is in ref'eionee. to
jiris, but we can say it is ao mI mjii
as to a healthy condition in newspa
pers. 'I'oliacco Plant.
" V better s'um of a papei is
for it to be read all over," says
the Sta;' in reply.
"All things come lo him who
waits." "The farmer of the Pee
Dee," Poekery, lias been va;t
inj; for his plum a long while
and it has come at la. it. lie has
he fin appointed Mini.slcr to Bra
zil, and Richmond CQimty-will
have to part with her mammoth
'farmer" for the short, period
(f four years
Certain mi terrified Prohibition
orators, ministers and newspa
pers in Pennsylvania nssert that
the leeent awful disaster at
Johnstown was due to the fact
Johnstown was opposed to the
adopt'on of the pending consti
tutional amendment. Surely
this line of argument is bad pol
icy on tho pavt of the Prohibi
tionists. All references to .John
stown bring to mind the terrible
effects of too much water, and
thus weaken the cause of Pro
hibition. -X. Y. World.
The last Commencement at
the University passed oft" very
pleasantly and was a com piste
sn.-ces.-?. The Cent?uuial Exer
cises were enjoyed with pceu-
Par interest, not only because
of a general reunion of all the
Alumni and the University's
first Centennial, but there was
a kind of i-igularity in the exer
cises not common to College
Commencements, which gave a
new expression to the occasion.
Toasts were given by represen
tees of almost every vocation
Of all the concomitants or
consequences of the terrible
Johnstown calamity is the state
ment made by correspondents
that the people of that desolat
ed towu some of them at least
.have lost the r faith in God,
have thrown away or burned
their Bible?, have spurned Die
ministrations of their clergy,
openly avow the conviction of
hardened infidelity, and this,
because of the cruelty of be
reavements, and because God
did not interpose by miracle to
avert the catastrophe
We can very safely reach two
sop.it ions for this condition.
Those who avow conclusions so
wild and irrational, are either
in the frenzy of grief, or under
the tension of enormous mental
strain, or under the influence of
a shattered nervous system, or,
(ho faith they now reject and
-repudiate never had strong hold
upon them. .
We are glad to hope and be
lieve that the alleged infidelity
is only temporary hallucination.
S h evil le Citizen.
iTRifilTY COLLEGE COMMEKCEtfEWT.
lho lalo cituincn'o7UHnt f
Tiinity ras :n of tlm mofi in
torefting and !(ir!.'-y a tended
in the history f thj institu-
! lion. The at itatiiniof the pro-
tt!r-it-li to ;:;ovr
tiiu Co lew to
Ualeiirh !r.iu;ht many vl.o
won5 1 net .tlu'Vv.iM have hren
prc-Hcn', -s inl thn ii?H;5'tioa wax
ri; of tiio duel tepi'.-s of t!u
o'.vihioi. .t'!; spuerhflH v."eri
i;uu! in favor of the removal
i rreident Ciowcdl and others,
ar:d riL'.'ii.'i.'t it Sy (Jon. James M.
Leach a lul otln-r Alumni of the
in-lit ii t.'on. Am yrt no definite
u':t'ou lias been taken, but it
father 1 -lcf as if the school
will remain wliere it is fosome
time yet. Ihtleiii has raised
over 20,;;0 and will be con.id-
eraldydis.iiipoiiitfd if the Trus
tei'S decide Tiot to move. The
trustees will i::eet in (Jreens
boro July tha !)th and decide on
the matter. "
Thmsdaynih! was the annual
meetni'' of the .Mumni AHsic!a-
ti n. I). Ii. Nichol-Oii, Ksrp, of
Clinton, delivered the Alumni
Address, which charmed all who
heard it. It vis, indeed, an .able
In the absence of (Jovernor
Kowle, who was to deliver the
diplomas, that duty was per
formed by Jud'o (lilmer in his
usuaily hippy and graceful
mood, l'he coinmcneL'inent on
the whole was a u'lMiid success.
The weather wai delightful and
the crowd exceedingly la: ye and
()I.(lii:i N()lt3IAL SCIIOOIi.
The 'JLh sess oaof tho colored
normal Sehool, at Plv mouth, N.
C. closed on the 7di inst 'file
Annual Address was flelivered
by Solicitor II. W. Wh'te, col.
The past session was a prosper
ous one. i'etr W. Moore, a
worthy colored man of Clin
ton is first assMant in thi.-s
i'lanting i im:i:s.
Digging big holes for t ecs
should be unneecssi! y. Dr.
Warder said that the hole for a
tree should be- as larg as the
orcliard. This is the best of
adv'ce. It '.neans that tHej we wojlcl find they must have
grouncLshould all be well pre-iyankeo chairs, -j-a;.kej bed
pared before a tree is put into I steads, yankee bu:eaus, yankee
it. Then one needs to d'g only
far enough to allow the roots to
fall in easily. Put thn hole
must bo big enough for the
root5. Do not twit or crowd
them ; and here is where
the ordinary tree planter will
shirk. Pefore you kuow it he
will slick in a tree with the ends
of the toots all but peeping
thiough the ground. "Don't bo
stingy witli your holes," is ad
vice which J ha ve to rive al
mo.-t every day in planting time, j
Get the line earth h inly in ana ! inaat, a piece of a barrel ot Min
about the roo's. This usually ! esnta flour, a small quantity of
requires the wo: k of the finge s,! Irish potatoes f.om .Ma ne, a
but It can be done without tuss small stand of Chicago lard, a
ing, Scientific American. nag of Richmond xiioal. a keg'ol
If it would not look like act
ing upon the principle of you
my back and I'll tickle
ow,we would write an
1 . , .
nitftoi tu .at
dition of the State Press, a fruit- j Ul harruss from Mas
ful theme. We wil only say ?.S?ltei..Lf J! ?m P""
years of edito ial life and with
an acquaintance with North
Carolina journalism as far back
as 1845, when we wrote our first
crud? communication for the
press, we have never known the
average so good. There are
more Carefully edited papers in
the strict sense of that word,
now in North Carolina than ever
before; thpre is more of genu'ne
work to be seen in dailies and
weeklies thar we remember to
have noticed before. Thfi re
wards a'.e in dollars but slim.
Tho only &reu u'ina reward is in
the good opinion of worthy peo ple
and in the consciousness of
duty done. Gen. Leu thought
duty the sublime jt word in the
language. T. P. Kingsbury, in
$100 Reward. $100.
The readeis of The Caucasian
will b-3 pleased to learn that there is
at least ane dreaded disease that sci
ence has been able to cure in all Its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being n constitu
tional disease, . requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall' Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acflng di
rectly on the blood and mucus sui
faces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease.
and giving the patit-nt streagth, by
Duiioing up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much uth
in its curative powers, that they of
fer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonial's.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. '
JG8?"Sold by druggists at 75 cents.
Thk Caucasian Is struggling, to
oecome a paper of which 'you will
be proud. You wish as much suc
cess, of course, but you an do more
for us than that, llenclv your sub
scription, and get others t subscribe.
rrhident Marion llutler;
Vice-l'reHidt nt-K. iiich ;
Secretarv I. l Kzrell;
Trea-stirer S. A. Hou.ird;
r.usinei;- Aent C. A. CluU.
Lecturer -V. II. Keimell;
Chaplain . (). Tw;
8ereant-at' Arm- ',. II. Jer
niu'an; DiMrkeeperCharlie Grum
pier; llacerutiv CVjinmittee J. A.
Oates, Chairman ; 11. M. Cruai
pler, M. M Killett, W.II Thom
as, Y. K. i'igford.
Coimnltteo on tho Good of the
Order J. A. OateH, B. S. Peter
Kon, 0. II Johnson.
Query Committee V. J.
Craddock, M. M. "Killett, Abnun
Co. Organizer Lsliam Koyal.
JbaiirTTiiK ("aiOasian- was adopt
ed as the oflicial oran of the Coun
ty Alliances ty tlieCounfyAllianc;,
Shot and Shell fnim a Farnirr.
We, the members of Stirewalt
Alliance, No. .'.40, are determin
ed to be with others in the front
rank battling for our rights un
til not ofily bagging trusts, but
all other tmsts and monopolies
are taught that farmers will no
longer be hewers of wood and
drawers of watetfot self-constituted
lords 'of the nineteenth
centnrv. The Farmers' Alli
once was called into existence
by a combination of forces
which threatened to paralize
the agricultural energies -?f the
South. Now come let us leuson
together and find out what are
causes of the depressed condi
tion oi the iarmeis. I admit
the taiilf is bmnensome and wo
are fleeced on all sido in the
sale of our market crops, but
are they the prime causes of
our condition ' I think not.
Don't we have our smoke houses
corn cribs and hay stacks too
Jar off? - And don't we have to
pay for them one hundred per
cent, above cash value because
we are bound to have them?
We cannot continue to buy
these and live. We can raise
these articles at homo if we
would try. If we would ie
prosperous, contented and hap
py we must raise our own sup
plies. There are semes upon
i-coies or la rmers who scarcely!
nave a home made article a bout
them, and right here I would
inc.ucie all classes to a certain
extent. VLsit thei - homes and
shovels and tongs and vanke
centre tibles pile 1 up with a;
licuJtural journals published in
Louisville, Kentucky, or Spring
field Ohio. Go to the kitchen
and you u ill find a Yankee st ive,
yankee bucket, yanke..- dipper,
yankee towelJ, yankee soap and
a g. eat many other a tides. You
rcarcely see a homemade arti
cle unless a few roasted sweet
potatoes. Go to t,fi smoke house,
brother ia'mers, and e will
find a piece ot white th'cago
: f-called Cuba mc-lasfes and a jug
'of vinega from Xew Jersejr.
(lo to the barn and there you
will hnd his Kentucky mule or
mules, fed on ships! uff from
altiinore,iued w.th hay fiom
xw v 7 ft k,U " ?OU1
JNew- York: li s wayon 1-1 mm
uew lorK; u s wagon is :rom
and even the old guano sacks
about have on them Rhode Is
I have not named an article
but what could be laised in
North Carolina. It will pay no
farmer to raise cotton and buy
his supplies Tor the sake of
coming generatio'is and the love
we cherish fur our common
country, let us encourage home
industry, and try to. plasty our
State over with spare-ribs back
bones and sausages, .instead of
It has not been very long
since a mercantile gentleman
told me that some farmers, eo
called would come to town and
give mortgages to the. janount
ot forty and fifty dollars and
trade out every cent of it be
fore they lelt towu. Let us
practice economy and step this
universal and inexcusable waste
Let n?, my Alliance b:ethren,
raise lle standard of intelli
gence and brlntr into our farm
work more intelligence and
fckill, and infuse into every
blow we strike more tdivsical
energy and soul vigor.
To accomplish th s great end
we should take a home paper,
wiMe lor it and communicate to
each other the, best methods,
and give each other our home
experience and do away with
our c'd slip-shod methods,
I am rejoiced to say that we
have such unmistakable evi
dence of progress" in our Alli
ance work in South Rowan. We
certainly feel encouraged' to
make still greater efforts "since
the little we have done is so
full of promise. My friends,
what fields of usefulness are
opening up before ns. Let us
not'forget the great principles
we cherish and the noble aims
we would achieve. Piedmont
DIEECTORY OF Kt'MLMASf ES. 'secretary; tufficet WaytW
Homdy, No. , Jw. M. Kiirlf, Ik alah, GkQ, J. T. Moore, Sco
Secretary; H!taice, Clinton. j retary; potafttee, Wraw
Irgr(s Xo. . JUL D.t llennon, N. 717, T. ft. S5rttt,
Itoval, H?cret trv: Clintmi. j S-ctflry; pot0lw, fUnUm.
1 toie Wi It. No. G7, D. C. Mel'h:ul. HhI IJT1, N. Di-, J4.ln1 J. Y.m.t
1 Se;n'trtni.v, IktnauVX Itrwd,.
i White 1 1 k , . T. kI. J. ! ). Parker,
jSet-retary; - "t , T-:.'o ::.
j lMta. .'l..t.V. ii. tin ere
j tarv; po-u ilic:, lr;t.i.
j KeddW k, :u. I.i i, JI..I. Itiven -
I IttrkjSeeretar;. ; ptvli-tsivi-, Magnolia.
Laurel Hill, -. 1, M. M. I.il- jhuiii.
lett, SM!trct:irv; 1 toft"KV, linton. j Poplarirove, N..0I, I.. M.
Ityc's HrU'c, N. ".si, ). W. Tt-w, ; ii Tret ry; MtotUce, Fais.n.
Stt'y; postoifui-, P.f.;t.ianN XlUaLs. ! HaUV, Xo. ill, T. V. !?arlrey,
KeenerV, Xo. 7,, ii. W. lli'ii- j Stt-r tary; lototiice, lji.lmm.
Muith, Stt-rt tary; jMtolUr", Kwner. ! UoykinV, To. (Jl.", L. C. Spt-II,
I11-0M, No. G-Vi, J. V.". tJpvii, Sv-? Scvj-etary; -tuflKv, Ditn il.
reuiry; KtoflUv, IuolJ. i Ui.u.d, Xo. M. J. Moon, See-
t'ro.s.s Koiols Xo. k, Jo!ni IId-::, i relary; HMoflilT, li!:tid.
Sei-retary; itnrlk-, HivtM. Clinton, Xo. ."7y, 15. 8. iVt-r:i,
Ifoncycutt's Xo.;jS:i, l. II. Fn:i, ' Stvretar; potolnct', fiiaton.
Secretary; pilellkv, Huntley. Oak llide, Xo. oi.)t . i.lt. U,
South ltiver, Xo. S:il, .,s. 1$. Page, .St-civtary; postottke, Clintua.
Sfcreiarj jjiotoirsi-e, llawk-y's Stole. Kuieka, Xo. 32! I'. II. llowatd.
Cedar Hill, Xo. ?:U, Fountain ' Secretary; Kstofflce, Hayne.
Jaek.-on, hiecretary; jfOftoftiee. Haw-' Salem, Xo. W)0, S. A. llowanl,
ley's Store. 'Secretary; iMwtoilkv, Huntley
Mnplo tirove, Xo. :."( W. It. Iee, Sjiring HiU, Xo.a.., J.f. Hrausii
Sccretary; iiosioilkv, Ittaekinan's on, Secrctarv; iustoflice, Mingo.
Mi l. j Snow Hil!, Xo. 1.3.J2, A. It. Her-
Prowning's Xo. "si, J. F. Ifnl- ring. Secretary; pos t o dice, Taylor V
lingsworth, Stnrretary; postofiiee, ' iiridge.
Dobhersvillc. i Coharie, X'o. (."1, r. S. Law horn,
Mingo Academy, X'o. 221), II. M. Secretary; jMtottiee, Maitland.
Warren, Secretary; iHstoiiice, (Sih-s' Straw I'jiul, Xo. "-j0, 1$. Z. Btaek
Mill. man, Secretary; poMoilice, Bass.
Dlulf, X'o. .777, W. J. Craddock, . Xevvton Grove, Xo. 3-7, James
Secretary; pastoftice, Hobfon
Six ltuns, Xo. 9JG, John W. Mi
Calop, Seeiftary; iKstoflice, Clinton.
Mt. (iilead, Xo. 873, V. 1 1. Hack
ley. Secretary; postoffiee, Clinton.
(loslicn, Xo. 440, Thonu I Kut
ton, Secretaiy; postoffiee, Hobton.
New ilope, Xo. 800, W. t I lines,
Secretary; postoffiee, Warsaw.
Kings, Xo. G7J), Henry J ferring,
secretary; postotnee, Clinton.
Piney Cimve, Xo. U17, W.I. Lane.
Se'retary; postoffiee, Faison.
Woodland, Xo. 1,18(5, (). P..J;uiies,
C E WTRE OF
Every Department is Replete with
Choicest Selection of
- DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
G:o? (i ram 8 Iks, Moire Silks, China Silks, Plain and Striped
buiah Silks, 1 (enriettas, Cashmeres, NunsveiUng,. 1 Natron Sateens,
audi lain and Kieurcrt Challies the prettiest fabrics uf the
eas 01 1 . Every young lady should ha ve one
FANCY GIMPS AND LVTlvsT NOVELTIES IN MttvHs
Now .st-'le and yood qualities of Glnrhams at Sc, j)c,and 121c
per yard. Reautiful line of Embroideries, Laces, Tnckinc, Mull
Nainsooks, Lawns ana White Goods of ail lends. Figure 1 I.awn
at oc, 8c and 10c p.-r yard. Full Line of Parasols, Pans Mory,
i ?T'r Co,Pet Handkerchiefs and Table Linen, all-linen
I able Napkins at :0j per dozen.
in TS, UXDE ! i W 15 A 11,' E fC.
- Lr dies' Gauze Underwear. Ladies' Ribbed Vests at 25c, each
Large and weH -elected stock of Cassimcre, Flannels Ctfon-
ttue nun jiu?us r gents' ana boys' wear.
Gents' and Roy s Wool, Felt and Straw
ble shades and Styles.
Gents and Roys' Merim?, Gauze and Linen Under weir, Linen
blurts, Collars, Cuffs and Scarfs of every dasc iptlo.i,
JNeW lJeSlgnS m wes, Pongers, Winder Shade,-, Cur-
tain Junains anrt Cornice J'olls.
Large assortment of Trunks, Valis-,UinbrcIlaa, Hammocks, Ac.
A 11 AGE FOR SHOES.
Our stock of SHOES is simply immense and embraces every
thing usually kept in a first class Shoe Store. When other Stor es
fail to keep what you want, you a e sure to uie-.t n disippo nt
ment here. Our "Bijou" Button Shoe, at 2.00, is still tho kae
WITH THK LADIES AND THE WONDER OF OTIIEU MERCHANTS.
JEWELRY! JEWELRY!! JEWELRY!!!
Colhir Ikittons, Cuff Buttons, Breast Pin , E;.r Rins, Scari
lms, Lace Pins, Ladies' and Gents' Watch Chains and Charms,
Ladies and Misses' Necklaces and Lockets (inbi m
Watches and a beautiful line of
Rins at .istoni shin g low prices.
HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Our a,tock of Hardware, Crockery, Glag.swaro and Li-np (ioods
has eeen veiy mucli enlarged and we ate now fully pre paired to
meet the demands of onr rapidly increasing trade.
MANY CHEAP AND HANDY ARTICLES.
Ihe special attention of house-keepe.s is called f .i our Novel
ties in House-Keepjng Goods, such as Veneer Knife Poxes, D.i-n-ing
Baskets. 11am Broilers, Egg Poachers, stance Pan. Patteut
Griddles, Milk Coolers, itc, &c.
complete stocS of Builders Sapplies Sash, Doors and Blind
Mime i.eao, i-amts, Uils, Varnishes, Brus
Yu will find nothing in this department but the choicest a-id
finest goods. Our Teas, Coffees. Susrars. Butter and winnr a-..
especially iecomuir.ded for their p-urity and excellence.-
e ueep constantly on Hand a lage stock of Dwiiflit's
iirana boai, Bui Potash. L11mdrvS0j.11 Kmi.r nn 1
Tobaccos, Watches, Wrapping Paper, Paper Boxes, ivine and
Coats Botton that wo can sell touiercaaots atnft?o ui-iWjs. Giv
us a taal before orderinjr.
For the benefit of our custoine.
not fully acquainted with the arrailiTrtiroiits of nnr rthiPrt ir w.li !
say that, owintr to our larirelr i
forced to keep nearly half of our
wuen .visiting us they are lespeclfully invited to waleQ , !
and inspec4JcnUretork, Keectfully j
j'tvrctary; ftufficvv Cimtoa.
j l'urdoui. So. 852t 1). W.WiIIJam-,
Sit-rHaiy; po-iiufllf.-, pUmnl.
1 Mirjjo, Ni. H. M. J,-r"ii.
I rtccretary; p-!tomn, tiil.- Mill.
i An,!:ew Chapel, Ni. :VJ, 11.11.
; -, Swri-tary; i!ot1f, Mail-
'House, Secretary; post office, Xew-
I f ill i i rtw-th
Franklin, Xo. 74s, j. H. Seivey,
Secretaiy; postoffiee, IlarreU's Store.
Hickory (i rove, Xo. 1,02'.), I). L.
Mcljauib, Secretary; pv.stotlice, liea
man'rf X lloatls.
Lisbon, Xo. 871, Cora Bropson,
S(cietar; postoffiee, Lisbon.
Evergreen, Xo. l.olO, A. C. ('-asU-
well, Secretary; postofiiee, Ingohl
! Clear ltua, Xo. , W. Lee Ilob-
j iuson, Secretary; postoffiee, t'lear
to be. the
A TRACTION !
Hats in all the do dra
Plated, Filial and Solid G ild
hes, Glass, Putty, ic.
- s from iho conntrw- wh.i nvi
stock on the second floojv-'?r
( i f i
Hey have j.e-t received au-.t hr lot of that good TOBA CCO. Tho Price and lobacco !,
anvt'i 1 g ever put ai Ih's market Suc!i Prices were never known before.
.ve -ive von ?pecial bargains in ilco.s, Worsted.-, anwre! and Straw Hats. I he b
Pro ...m Sho: 'ever bought for $!.2 ; Lidio, F!;e Shoes from $l up. Glassware, (..wke.-y
Ilai-ilwan nt reduced pri- es, Groceries a. specialty. Examine our stock before lmying oNvw h
A FEW (iU'vSTlONS ASIC Ki BY A FARMER'S WIFE.
.I.dt!', who buys Chxkiins, Kg-s and Butter, and Rags, audOld Irofi, and Corn, and P.a, an l
every tiling thft fanners have, and pax a tho highest prices for all ? ...
:he fanner answer: , if he reads Tin: Cai'casiax, llOIUW .t BRO., ami they kivo the big,e,t
baigaius, :ml wo must pitnmize them, s we must, J"hn.
ICvery one would do well to follow their example.
And advise you to buy from us.
1. Because we offer none but new
styles bought direct from Importers
and Manufacturers. You don't get
2 Because one dollar can buy more
at our store than any other place in
town. It is business to get the best
value you can.
3. Because we'have the largest and
best selected stock to show you at the
lowest prices. Save money when you
4. Because with goods bought low
and selected in person to suit our cus
tomers, we fear no competition.
latest styles and
PhyricUn recommend It
All dealew keep it. H-00 per bottle. Oenolae
luu Udfr mrk mil crossed red line. 00 wrapper.
vtui want 'heap?
P RICES I
I. E. HOBBS
Your attention while we give you a few
Calicoes from to 8J cents;
Worsted at 10 cents and up;
F.ne Cashmers at 2-5 cents ;
A fine line of Gentlemen's Straw Hats at
o0 cents and up ;
Large line of Pant Goods, from 15 cents
Table Linen at 25 cents only;
.'. ju,o -d Pn.g.in Shoe for 1 0()
A ml don't forget to try a pair of the
Farmers' Plow Shoe keeps tho dirt out
only ?1 (50; '
Ldirs Ki lie Si roes $100;
Lr.r.est PPil; .ot Tobacco at 5 cent.";
Lai. e Market Baskets 7 cents
Vsew il.-ill von a niee Uiright Lau.
b.r ."i' c.--nts.
.; ty i i ! lour the "Bluo Bird"
,vor.re" ti.ie grades. Come and
POPE it CULBRETil'S.
received our New
Needing a tonic, or children that want building
op, ahould tafce J
' BROWBl laOM BITTKBS.
It Is pleaMnt to take, cares Malaria, Indlgea
tton,aDd RiUoMwiwi, AUdeakn keep Ik
call on IIOUIW I'liO. for
WILMINGTON 4 WELDON R. R.inJ Brauiir.
TKAINS i.ul.Nti SOITII.
Ni. "27. X.i. ti.
Ka-tmu.l I.ii!y 1 v
May 5. t).
I.v WcMon. 12 40 111 ." -I.'! 1 111 iki u..
Ar ItiK-ky All.1 I .
Ar'Tarrwio, 3 " .
Lv Turtmro. 10 "JO
Ar W ilsim, 'Z "
Lv V UwTaT" - 3 7 "
Ar ellna - ' 40
Ar PaM Uevil i M) "
L vl i o ! ( I Is ii r 1 1 . 3 "lie" '
Lv Waivaw. 4 1C "
Lv Ma.iioiia, 4 T.O
ArVilm:n-t':i (l no
7 on put 7 1 ! 1. 11
7 40 pin f .'! Mim
s la ".1 ,v,
'.) .: -11 .1
JTUAIXS (i()lNi NOitTlI.
LvWilmiiiiitY. PJ O.jam .icnaiu 4 iitipm
Lv ilaiiolia, 1 21 lo 4.t 5 to
Lv Warsaw 10 ,',7 ." .V,
Ar (.'ol.lKbmo, 2 2; II 52 (i .VI
12 48pm 7 V2 .in
1 2l S 2'. "
10 2n :n
Ar Uocky Mt.
Ar WcKLu 4 30 " 2 40 ,1111 11 to
J.'ail v except Stimlny.
Tmiii 011 Scotland X Ivk l!raiii lil.-a i
Halifax for Neoilaud Xi k 2 .'!0 n 111 r.-
I turning leaves Scoil ,n l Xe. k S Jif :l m.
daily except Suudar.
rr.:.. 1 ....
miu icuven laruor.i, ,t l... ia
Albemarle & Kalciuli iailr.:nl. dail;
except Sunday, 505 p. 111., S iml iy .5 17
p. in., arrive Williamston, - X. t!., 7 o
p. m , 4 55 p. m. Kelnraiiii,' Io i h
Williamsloii, laily exeept Sunday, 7 lit
n. m., Sunday 1) 50 n. 111., arrive Tur
bro, 'JJ5 a. m., 11 30 a. in..
Train on Midlaud, X. C, bran.li
leayes (ioMnboto, daily except Sunday,
fi 00 a. in. arrive Smilnlield. 7 30 a 111.
Ketuniiusi '.eaves Snutlilitld. x K) a. in..
arrive Goldsboro, J 30 a. in..
Tram 011 Nashville branch leavi
Uocky Mt, at 3 00 p. in.. Arrives Xanb
ville 3 40 p. in., Spring Mpc 4 15 p.
111. HeUi iiing leaven Spring Hope Iimhi
s. 111., Nashville 10 35 a. in., I! Lv
Mount 11 15 a. in-, daily, except
Train on Clinton branch tnit, Warsaw
for cliiitou, iiaily, except Sunday. 1. ih
p. 111., and tit II 10 a m. Heluniin will
leave linton ut H 20 a 111 an.i i lo p in.
eonncctins :tt Warsaw with Xw 41
uud 40, 2-i and "S
.-M)ullil.ound train 011 WiU.,:i .V I'av
ctleville Branch Xo, 51. .nnii
bouud w Xo, 50, Dily except Sim. I.n
Train So 27, South, wiii s-.,..p 01!, it
U'il.soi' GoltUboro and Ma-,'ii ili.i
laui Xo 78 makes close coiiieciMn
al Weldoii for all ioiiiU Xorlh, duly.
All rail via UichtnotiJ. aii Id iiy. except
Suuday via I lay liin
Traum make cte cumecti-vi lor all
points north via li:chcio:il an'. Wash
ington All trams ruu solid betwesn Wilniius-
ton a-id V';i8!iiiiijtou, and have .'iihuari
Palace Sleeper attached
JOHN F D1V1XK, KeuM SnpU
J U KEXLV,Sup'iToii,
T M Kmbakox. Geii'I i4w Ajfeiiu
WE AltE NOW I.OCATI.P
on Railrnid strwt, in our
new quart ra. Wo 111, t a
! .... 1 1 . ,.r
nave 011 nanu iui wi
iM J X ' ' - .
.... ti in 1 1 "..v. . ftT asU or
wnicnwui ueruiu viictf -
on time, with good security. owe
1 and examine our tock.
1 TfaurwrwH ClllK'.
J. F. feOUTIIEBLANDACp.,