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Oct. 17, 1889, edition 1 /
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CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889.
Subscription I'tiec, $ !.." jer
Voar, In Advance.
LtTi $00 subscriber.- iu
IS3; 1,603 to-day.
Xvxxto Uomooraoy and "VClxlt Supremaoy.
Till: KDITOIfS CHAIR.
HOW THINCiS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
The Opinion of The Caucasian and
the Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse? on the Various
Topics of the Day.
The two DnkotaH signalize
their ad minion totheUiihjn by
reforming Ho Jury 'fd far a:-i to
vivc two -tli nls of the jurv the
power to deride in civil cases,
but they wonl 1 Lave done Let
ter il they had decided lor a
, v i J cr.su
A jury .n a
;ng more tl.au
a l.i i (i
1 1 ii niv'oii, the ma
ji.ritv of u l.ioii i u'e every wlif ic
except in tin; 'oiutlion.-.j, mid
We r i:iiri ; CO wliV :oL tliul 0.
the ( iovei ;i'i'. in
i .:::, u:-e :u n p-.-titioii, itasordm
ed a K,.' :;,il tc; i hi oi tlie oiipe
no. i onrlol Cumberland o nin-ty,fi'i-eii
bt-i bth 1 r tUc trial oi
mutual caso.- atone Thiss-.ug-t..
si ti ii an improvement that,
it n'. ins In us, might be made
in !;.: State .Judicial p. "feed
ings. 1 1 is ;n imvo two sets of
: in j i r'ut C mrN, oiH' for the t i
nl of ciimiiKil lid lh. oilier i'or
T . - "
tin.' civ.l case, and mat there
- . -. - ... ...
be a distinct set, of Judges to
n:e.-ido over each. Such a plan
would iivatly reduce the cost
of civil suits by hastening the
dispo-t.'i I of t ii'.
too the Judgt
same, and then
s would be more
Wo most heartily endorse the
following opinion expressed by
the New Berne Journal;
Wo have no complaint to make of
any particular road, indeed .so far as
we know there is no room for it.but
we wish to endorse the suggestion,
made by some of our contempora
ries, that equal and separate accom
modations be furnished lor whites
and colored people on all th-c roads.
A first-class ticket should entitle the
holder to the best accommodations
furnished by the road, and in order !
to avo:u I ho commingling (i the
two raese, different cars of the same
class should be on every train. One
of these cars should beforthe whites
and the other should be exclusively
for the colored people. It is not fair
to force a man holding a first-class
ticket to hike a second class car, to
say nothing of the inconvenience
and discomfort that sometimes aris
es under the present arrangement.
It is an outrage for a corpora
tion to force an unplesanl and
disgusMiur specimen of i-ocial
equality upon us.
canning rnurrs and veo-
The Greensboro North State
Ex-Sheriff Clilmcr has developed
the canning industry in such a way
as to attract general attention. This
year he has put up three timo-s as
many cans as hist yea? . The pro
4uct of his factory this year is 15,000
, :N.- tomatoes, peaches, apples,
aid snap beans. His orders
are coming in from all quarters.
This shows what an opening there is
in Guilford county lor this industry.
There could be equally as
good an opening in Sampson,
and we trust that the County
Alliances will win . for them
selves the credit of inaugurat
ing the movement.
The following is an outline of
the programme of the N. C.
State Fair which is being held
at Raleigh this week.
Monday Children's Day.
Tuesday Procession of schools,
trades display and procession, marri
age of Ir. Bateman and lady in cos
tumes made of cotton bagging manu
factured in North Carolina, tho at-
tenuams neing auireu in the same
material. Tho bride and groom will
be tho recipients of many presents
lroui ail over the State.
Wednesday Re-union of Confed
erate veterans, Farmei s' Sta'.c Insii
tute, visit of children and teachers of
the OxforO Orphan Asylum.
Thursday, big day and general re
union of North Carolinians.
Friday. Teachers' Day. Regular
meetings ot the Agricultural Society
The exhibit is very creditable
. to the Slate, and the managers
gers deserve much credit for
getting it out. - The programme
i3 admirably arranged for the
amusement and instruction of
iiio lMesiueiits iMigiish is a
benny diction. New Berne
For Exhibit to Be Made December
4th, 5th and 6th, 1889.
One barrel "Princess" ''lour,
by Matt. J. Ilyer, for the largest
exhibit in class F. Department
A. - ......
Oi.e barrel "D. L. G." Flour,
D. L. (lore, for the largest and
beat exhibit of Poultry.
Two case? "Challenge" Soap,
vorth 10,by 11. W. Hicks,for the
be.-t two exhibits under class I,
Department 10, (quantity, quali
ty and variety will be the tests )
One barrel "Point La.co" FIou.'
by Holm3s Ar, Watters, Vor bes;
loaf of bread, made from same
Hour, to bf furnished by II. fc
(Those wishing tocompeco
tor tins prize will send their
names to the Secretary, who wil.
have samples oi Hour sent them.)
?..() by Hall A Pe.irsall, to
the lady who takes the most
premiums on articles for house
Half bar' el Champion Food,
(worth 10.00) by J. C. Steven
sou and Taylor, for best display
of products from dairy.
One year's subscription, by
Messenger, (daily, 7.00) for one
gailon of be-t seupperuong
i h"ce "tiY !- i "".jr i
1.50) by MosscngeTySnO'-?wta-Ht4;--:?;.;.X- Xt' R'?' Tht,y
bushel ot largest ears or ,co n.
The same for laigest turnips.
The same for largest pumpkin.
One year's subscription (daily
$0.00), by Star, for the best na
tive colt, under two'years.
Three subscriptions (weeklyr
1.00) by Star, one for the best
native colt, over two years.
Same best yoke of oxen. Same,
best milch cows.
5.00 by A. Sprunt & Son for
the best home-made
Parlor brass stnfl Irons (5.00)
by Giles it Murehinson for the
lady who exhibits the best silk,
wool and cotton embroidery.
A pair of handsome cologne
bottles, filled, worth 5.00, by
Munds Brother's Drugstore, for
the best photo crayon drawing.
One dozen fine hankerchiefs
for the prettiest lady on the
grounds. D. J. Aaron, Judge.
A fine lace cap for the pret
tiest baby on ground.
A counterpane for the best
display of fruits, etc.
A gentleman's fin& hat, for the
largest exhibit of farm products.
A buggy lap robe for the larg
est exhibit of fowls.
The jiremi urns offered for the
above are to be worth 10.00 or
more, and will bo paid by F:
5.00 Dunlap Hat, by S. H.
Fishblate, lor the "fest harness
One pair fine Ladie's Shoes,
by Chesnutt & Barrentine, for
the best dress made ot home
A ni.e Rocker for lady (5.00),
by Knoxville Furniture Compa
ny, mi tne nanasomes; painting
in oil. (Not open for teachers.)
One piece (50 yards) "Fruit of
Loom" S..eeting, by Monis Bear
& Bro., for the best exhibit un
der Class I of Department F.
Music Book (1.00), Poems by
Weber (1.00;, by Heinsberger's
Book Store, for the most artisti
cally arranged specimens of
Sampsoii graf ses.
"Banner" Stand Lamp, by
Jas, A. Taylor, for best crazy
10.00, by Williams & Mur-
chison, 5.00 ior best bale cot
ton, not 'eis than 500 pounds,
and 500 for the best specimens
of crayon drawing (not photo)
(in t open for teachers.)
Two barrels of Flour (or 12
in cash), bv Adrian & . Vollers,
for the fastest lacer, Sampson
5.00 Family Bible, by Yates'
liooK More, tor best specimens
of Crochet Work (zepher and
. Gentleman's Hat (2.50), for
1 lie best trio of game chickens,
by I. Shrler.
One Box Soap (100 bars) (5),
by Moflitt & Corbitt, for best
display of home-mada garments
5.00 Rug, by R. M. Mclntyre,
for the best specimens China
Painting (not less than tweive
Handsome pair Lalie's Buc-
ton Boots (5.00), by George
French, for the best painting in
water colo: s.
Alderman & Flanner, a hand
some Lamp, decorated shade,
with fixtures, worth S5.00, for
the largest collection of paint
inga, drawings, &c.,(Department
U) executed m 1888-789.
Jun. m. Mallard one cream
cheese, for best display of or
OF SHERIFF MCQUEEN
Suddent Death of Capt. Dainger
field. lies. Cor. Caucasian.
Fayktteville, N. C, 1
Oct. lhh, 18S0.
The rof of the liouse of Mrs.
II. C. Dorld caught fire Wednes
day morning; Tho --alarm was
promptly responded to and in
ten minutes the fire was out.
While the house was on the d y
rack at Eccles Bridge on Wed
nesday some scoundrel cii
about pix hundred feet. Chief
of t ire Department J. D. Me
V. . tf 1
ie.'ii as ouerea a re ware
50 for information as to
perpetrator, but the rascal
not been found out.
Capt. J. 10. P. Daingerfield
died Thursday afternoon while
hunting in company with Mr.
John C. Haigh, he was hunting
quail on the farm of Hon. Geo.
M. Rose, three miles south of
the city. They became separ
ated and Mr. Haigh looking for
him to return homo, found him
dead with his gun ac:oss his
breast, lie died of heart dis
ease, and was in his 73rd year of
age. The funeral services were
held from St Johns church
One hui.d 'ed and twenty con
victs passed through here
lhursduy on their way to work
are laving t;acK--rwnxeti-Ji.
The middle pier for the rail
road bridge across the Cape
Fear is wel under way. Inore
week about forty feet of it has
been laid. It will be eighty
icet hi fh. The first span of the
long bridge is completed. The
work is so far advanced that
tl-e water will not delay it.
President Gray says the road
will be completed from here to
Wilmington by January 1st.
The Fayetteville Semi-Weekly
Observer appeared last week.
It is full of news and advertise
ments. Editors Whitehead &
Myrover know how to edit a
paper and this city is proud of
Cap i. J. B. Smith lias been ap
pointed diief marshal of the
Cumberland County Fai which
comes off during centennial
week, November 20th, 21st and
Nearly every company of the
State Guard has accepted invi
tations to come to the centennial.
The Bennettsville (S. C.) Rifles
have also accepted. The cen
tennial committees offer the
following military and band
prizes: 1st military piize 200,-
00; 2nd, 100,00; 3rd, 50,00. 1st
band prize, 75,00; 2nd, 50,00;
3rd, 2o,00. I hope the Samp
son Light Infantry w 11 put on
their "war paint" and come pre
pared to carry off some of the
Arrangements are being made
for a 1000,00 purs? for racing
at the Fair. The citizens will
contribute 500,00 and the agri
cultural association 500,00
Several noted racers from Ken
tucky are to be here, with'
thoroughbreds. It would be
gratifying to see some of our
orth Carolina stock wrin the
Evangelist h lie spent a few
days at home hre last week.
His hard work has reduced his
avoirdupois, but he is well and
happy in the great work he is
doing. He has engagements .at
New Bern, Raleigh, Reidsville
and other Noith Carolina cities,
and Hot bnnngs, Ark.
Mr. W. D. Gaster, a high
ranking Odd Fellow of this
city, organized a new Lodge at
Jonesboro on the Sth ust. On
the 23rd Inst Lodges a e to be
organized at Lumber Bridge and
Red Springs, and instituted by
Cros3 Creftk Lodge No. 4, of this
city. Mr. W. D. Gaster is one
of the mo: t zealous Odd Fell
ows in America.
A meeting of thastockholders
and Directors of the Fayette
ville and Albermarle Railroad
is called to meet here next
The Yadkin Valley railroad
has purchased the old Cape
Fear Bank lot on Gillespie
street and will erect a mammoth
storage and transfer warehouse
thereon. The immense business
at this point necessitates its
The magistrates met last
weok, but deferred action on
the Courthouse question until
thrt first Monday in November.
The County Commissioners,
last week, granted a petition to
recommerd the holding of a
special term of the Superior
Court. The term will com
mense the the first or second
week in December. As the
docket- are so crowded it is im
possible lo dispensft justice as
rapidly as thn ritizens Lave a
light to demand.
Twenty three prisoners ara
languishing in the jail. As only
three days' of the November
term can be devoted to th trial
of criminal cases not one half
will be tried before Jaauary. A
burglary and burning ca-ses will
take up tho thr?e days.
Col. A. II. Scftwich, one of
the company which recently
purchased the gas and electric
light plants is here. A build
imr for the electric light dyna-&
mo is Doing put up anil ine gas
works, and an engine put . in.
Hie Mayor ot Baltimore is, we
learn, a member of the syndi
cate. The county commissioners
failed to make a satisfactory
settlement with the bondsmen
if the la te Sheriff Neil McQueen,
and last week suit was com
menced airaiust them for 11,
55,00. Sheriff CrdweiljOf Wilsou,was
here Friday after a prisoner o
carry back to Wilson. Sheriff
Cuiiie of Moore county was
also here after a violator of the
Quite a large crowd of peo
ple aie going from here to the
State Fair this week, your cor
respondent ainnn them. They
have the choice of two routes,
by San ford and Selma by either
of which they wrill reach Ral
eigb in two hoars and a half,
leaving here at 8 a. m.
The Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
is nearing completion, the con
tractor f.ays. Seoretarr Hawlev
tooK a special course in gym-
.TVrii!i" will oe Hi" mstrr
11(1 13 V-a.
The cotton receipts are be
hind, the figures at the same
time last year. The farmers are
holding it, as the National Al
liance recommended. The same
prices are paid here as on tne
Mr. It. Frank Peterson is
erecting an art studio on Hay
Prof. Antonio Belleza, of
Washington, D. C. is here with
his excellent band of music and
opens a dancing school in Wil
liam's Hall this afternoon for
ladies and at nigiit for gentlemen
A la7ge crop of rnast i , said
to be a sign of a hard winter.
The farmers say there i a very
heavy mast this season. So pre
pare for a cold winter. I do not
know what the goose says,
nor what Wiggins, weather pro
phet h?s to say about it but the
mast sign is the experience of
Special to Caucasian.
The Dfty-four churches in this
Association, with a large repre
sentation, was in session last
week at Concord church, near
Magnolia. The introductory
sermon was preaehed by Rev.
F. R. Underwood of Glenwood,
Johnston county. The annual
missionary sermon wa3 preach
ed by Dr. T. II. Pritchard, of
This Association includes the
Eastern and Southern part of
Sampson, all of Duplin, Pender
and New Hanover counties and
a portion of Onslow and Bla
den. Among the prominent visi
tors from beyond the limits of
the Association weie Rev. 0.
Durham, Corresponding Secre
tary Baptist State Convention ;
J. 11. Mills, Superintendent Bap
tist Orphanage ; Rev. J. A.
Speight, Associate Edit r of
Biblical Recorder; Rev. Dr. J no.
Mitchell, .representing Ministe
rial Education; Rev. J. S. Dill.
of Golds boro, representing
Usuil committees " were ap
pointed to report on th'j subjects
fo" discussion, wh ch subjects
were discussed aby and enter
The officeis of the A.-snciation
elected for.tSie eusuingyear are
a3 follows :
Moderator, Rev. J L. Stewart;
Secretary, Rev. J. L. Britt;
Treasurer, S. M. Carle ton.
500 -n cash contributions,
from tho various churches were
sent in to the Association, which
was forwarded to the various
Boards at italelgh for the sup
port of ussions. this repre
sents the amount sent at one
time, while about 1,0C0 has
been sent during the year for
the various object?, while the
total amount raised by this As
sociatiou for all purposes, inclu
ding pastor's salaries, etc., for
the year 1889 amounte to the
sum of abount 13,000.
Too mucn cannot be said in
commendation of the hospita
ble eutertainmf nt of the Asso
ciation by the people of Con
The next session will be heli
at Riley's C.eek, Pender county
Tuesday, aftyr the 1st Sunday
in October, 1890. :
A Chapter of Coiuciilenc
A LARGE FORTUNE WAVER
IN THE BALANCE.
THE MIS.SIX HKIIL
tiik Caucasian's original story
BV JULIA HAWTIU'RNE.
A succession of inexplicable
events, following closely one
upon another, will go far to
make a man distrust his sanity,
V. to distrust your own sanity
is no better than to be insane.
I once read a story in which a
number of persons conspired to
put up a joke on another. The
latter wa5 on his way to market,
with a goose under hi? arm. The
conspirators, jone after another,
met him, and severally remark
ed on the fin pig he was carry
ing. The poor goose-man held
out that the pig-seers were crazy,
for the first two or three times.
Hut at the iou: th he wavered,
the fifth bewildered him, the
sixth terrified him, and at the
seventh shock his reason forsook
her throne, and nothing after
wards could convince him that
he was not a raving maniac.
. Now-, I always thought that
this man must originally have
possessed an exceptionally
strong intelligence. Any ordi-na'-y
person myself, for ex
ample would have succumbed
at the third miracle. This was
borne in upon ine strongly on
the morning of the third of Ju
ly, a year ago, as I was on my
way to my office down-town.
I lived, at that time, cm.
rrtj'-sixln "street, between
Third and Lexington avenues.
My office (I am a lawyer) Is in
Trinity Building, below the
City Hall Park. To get exercise,
I pin in the habit of starting
early and walking the distauce.
Last summer a matter of busi
ness kept mo in town all through
July, and my walk became the
substitute- for my vacation. But
on this third of July (the fourth
being a holiday) I was going
down just to filo away a few
documents, and then run oyer
to Long Branch for thirty-six
j ours of sea air. As I approach
ed the corner of Thirty-sixth
street and Lexington avenue, I
met an Italian chestnut vender,
carrying on his head a basket
of chestnuts. As he passed me,
one of the chestnuts rolled out
of the basket, and , f all ing,s truck
the toe of my right boot, and
ounded off into the gutter.
Well, there was nothins-r very
extraordinary in that. But
mark what followed. I con-
inued on my way, turned down
Lexington avenue, crossed it,
and was on the point of turning
he corner of East Thirty -fifth
street, when I met an Italian
chestnut vender with a basket
of chestnuts on his head. As
le passed me, one f the chest
nuts rolled out of the basket,
and, falling, struct the toe of
my right boct,and bounded into
It is hot too much to say that
I never in my life was more dis
agreeably startled than by this
apparently trifbng occurrence.
"If that happens a third time,"
said 1 to myself, "I am a mad
man, that's all!" In a sort of
panic, I ran along tho middle of
the streets to Park avenu..theu
to Thirty-fourth street, and so
to tourth avenue, where I
bounced into the first horse-car
that came along. I was not
likely to meet any more Italian
chestnut venders carrying bas
kets of chestnuts on their heads,
i tried to snase on tne pain
ful impression on m-y miuoV by
trying to nx my attention on
the case that I was conducting.
It was a will case, involving a
lanre property. Y hen I say a
wrill caie, 1 mean that Ambrose
Asten had left no will. His
effects, therefore, went to the
next of kin. The problem was
to find the l itter. He was known
to have had a brother, but this
brother had not been heard of
in twenty yea. s. At that time
(1868) he was a convict in Aus
tralia. Probably he' was dead
now. The next claimant Was
the child of, married sister of
Asten's. This sister was known
to have married a second time,
and to have died a year there
after. The name of her second
husband was not hcown, and he
had disappeared with the child.
Such was the situation. I had
been at work on the puzzle f o
six months, and had made but
little headway. As Mr. Asten's
lawyer, 1 knew that he had en
tertained an idea of leaving Mn
fortune to the Mauhatteu Anti
Fat Hospital, of wmca lie was
one of the patrons. But he had
died suddenly, without effect
ing his purpose. The; hospital
people, however, were trying to
?ct the money; and the late Mr,
Asten's partner in the soap busi
nes, a very honest old gentle
man, who had once been in love
with Asten'd sister, was oppos
ing them, and had employed me
to hunt ud the missing hir.
'Continued in next insue.J
OUIl YOUNG FOLKS.
Sometliincr Interest! tiff to Yoiyijr
Header of The CntiraKiau.
ii'rciami eacu week ur
to whom all cuininunicatlou lntei:Jo,l (or
tbfa column sliouul be addrrftwd.
A CHILD'S TIME-TABLE
Sixty Second in a Minut' ;
1I re' your tafic fo now Ix-pin it.
Sixty MlniitiJt In nn hour;
1 your work with all your inner.
Twelve pood Hour in cvrry Iay;
Time for work and time for day.
Twenty-four for Pay and Xijrht:
Some for darknes, Nome for light.
Every week of Hay baa Seven;
All are good, wine5 all from ileavvn.
Yet the Firt, the Day of Kent, .
Ever must we count "the lest.
Lunar Month of Week have Four,
Calendar, a few day more.
Twelve new Month in every Year;
Each in turn is coming near.
Winter, Summer, Autumn, Spring,
All their pleasant changes ring.
Century! a Hundred Years;
Leave with Heaven its hopes and fears.
Some Uucstions for Onr Young Friends
1 . Who lived to beolder than
his father, yet died before his
2. What are the highest water
falls in the world and where are
3. In what Stato are the larg
est trees found ?
4. How manjJ5t&tBsahd"Ter
ritorieaJjfr4fcoUnited States ?
When was Sampson county
formed and in honor of whom
was it called ?
6. What is the shortest and
what the longest day in the
A Norwich school ma'am put
the word -'Trust" in a spelling
lesson the other day. Trust
used to be a simple word mean
ing confidence a word without
guile and within the grasp of the
youngest pupil, ine enect oi
the times upon the word became
painfully apparent the moment
the definition was called for.
"Define Trust," commanded
The little fellow at the head
of the class, who evidently read
the paper, replied, "Trust is a
"Where did you learn that?"
asked the teacher.
"In our newspaper," replied
the boy. 'It said a Trust is an
"That wasn't what I saw in
my paper, spose up a clever
pupil, for iJL said a Trust was like
a devil oi a fish !"
"It's a monster," said the
"Where on earth did you get
hat idea?" afked the astonish
"Outeu the papers," replied
"I guess the papers dunno,"
remarked the fourth, "for mine
said it was an octerpus !"
BY ALLMAXD M. GRIGGS,
lam composed of 11 letters.
My first is in sand but not in
Jiy second in ice out not in
My third inbra'.ch but not in
My fourth in goat buc not in
Mv fifth in riht but not in
My sixth in r.U, but not In
My seventh in fat, but not in
INIy eighth in carpet, i tit not
My ninth in long, but not in
My tenth in soul but not in
My eleventh in sorrow but not
My whole is o:ih of the natu
ral curiosities of America.
Answers to Questions and Enifiaas
1. Washington died December
14, 1799. -
2. Washington . Birth Day,
February 22d; July 4tb; Thanlss-
giviugday, are National Holi
3. Virgiiira has furnished
more Presidents than any other
4. Enoch was carried alive to
5. Fifty years ago it required
nearly three months to cross the
Atlantic, and now about a week.
Enigma, No. 32 -Clinton Fe
We have received aus wo: s from
the following i
Lottie Williamsou, Clinton,
r Charlie Bronson, Lisbon.
Allmmd Griggs, Clinton, N. C.
Eula Register, Clinton.
Kenansville Male g Female Academy,
KKXjrm vLLE, jv. a
I'ali SoHsion UeriN September fHlt, 1NH1.
Hoys prejuiml lor College. UirU firepan for Uiguer clt&m lit ow bct
Institute, fcpocirtl InJutttnents off. ml to tluvc desiring to prepare
to teach or for business. Music by experienced tesicher. Social
mid reliyrious advantage nurinvt!. Yeo trom malaria. Itiwrd In
private ft milk SS.uO to ?io.oo pi r month.
I take pleasure In nutiouwlttir that Prof. J. A. McArihur, of laUlon
College, will n-it me next H-s.,io. He lu furnished me with atlfao
tory testimonial Irotn tl e Prttident and Fnculty of that Institution,
where he f-orvtd as Tutor in ti reck lat year. 1 le U a young man or imwt
excellent character and U:eitl.4 literary hMos. lie U a nutiv of Cumber
land county, N. V.
For further particulars applv Immediately to
W. M. KllAW, Principal,
aug29 3m Or ritOF. J. A. McAUTllClt, Amt Principal.
KEV. J. V. TUKNEi:,
MRS. J. V, TURNER,
Fall Term Opens Monday Sept. 2, f89.
RATES OF TUITION.-
Primary Uranches, per mouth, - - $JI. 25
Advanced Primary, - g2 00
Jfinior. ' - ?2 50
Intermediate," " . $3 00
Senior, - . - $3 60
Latin, Greek and French aro tanjrht without extra charge.
No contingent fee is charged. Where expedient, Country Pro
duce will be received in settlement ot bills.
This School recently closed its first yaar with an enrollment
amounting to GG pupils during the year.
For further information address, " .
au,8-tf REV. J. W. TURNER, Clinton, N. C.
Goshen nigh School .
The First Session will ooen Thursday. Autrust the 8th. 1889.'
and continue twenty weeks.
Pupils, both male and female, will bo instructed in all branch
es of eudies usually taught in a first-class School of high grade.
The most modem plans of advancing pupils will bo carefully
pursued by the Principal.
There will be three departments. Academic. Primary, and
No extra charge for use
Board can be had in good families, near tho Schocl building.
at from 5.00 to $7.00 per calendar month.
Goshen, as a community of trood morals, cannot ba surpassed
in the State.
Circulars, giving full particulars, will soon bo read v for dis
For further information write
: ESTABLISHED IN 1374. :
FIRST-CLASS BOARDI G
Fall .session opens on
term of Tw enty Weeks.
FIVJ0 D 101-.VI tTMENTS, - .
Viz: Primary, Intermediate, Academic and Preparatory.
Rates in Tuiiion have been considerably reduced to correspond with the
TvfrTriiT."iT i'pi' f Crade,
PREPARATORY COLLKfilATK is to prepare boys and girls for col
lege, rates intuition, which will depvnd on the studies taken, will bo
made known on application.
Will be in charge of a first-class teacher of. experience aud refutation.
Tuition, per month, 2.75. No extra ciiarge for uw of instrument.
11 OA 11 33 :
Good Hoard, Including wadiing. room furnished, lights, wcod, Ac., can
be obtained in private families, convenient to the school, for from f&.OO
to $7.C0 per month.
The School will be run on a firm, systematic basis and receive the
teachers' entire aitentio:. For particular?, in full, address.
NEW ADVER n.SF.M EX 1 S
TT( ) Si ) 1 b li T V
Beinguo nout and in u'mc to .do
farm work, ". wilt s.'i! my t.itm o:i
Six Runs, G mileK Yr.r,, Clinton, eon -
taming 20o acre, aljosi in.) clear 1 or bb east nss thev are tiiinii of
and under good fence, adap'ed tojbauty!" .
growth of corn, co! un, and anything
grown in this region, amLwitii go:u
f?eason5 and work nukes fine earn.
Very good house.-?, excellent water,
very healt'iy al a desirable place
to live at. i would sell at a low
price, if application is made within
the next three ino.iths. Now gome
person tiesiring to farm tv.n get a
wonderful bargain .o-Jt of me.
oct3 tf R. J. PKARSALL.
I HKREBY WAi:X ALL I'ECSOXS
X not to feed harbor or h!re
my sou, Jdm Andcr Holmes a ne
gro boy, going in 10 years tf age,
slender build," about 5 feet, 10 or 11
inches tall. He left me on the "Sth
of October, He has been at work
for Mr E. T. TualingtoD, at Ora.
Any iKrs!n knowing where he is
will pleass inform me.
ANNA A. HOLM IIS,
$2.00 to $2.50 per month.
$1.00 to $150 "
to the Principal,
Clinton or Hobton, N. 0.
2211, V. 11., Stipt.
SCHOOL FOR ROTH
the 1st Monday in August, and continue for
The School is divided Into
per month $1 00
ler month $1 60
lcr month ?l 87J
per month f f 25
ler month f 2 75
BUTLER, (U. N. C.) Principal,
Huntley, N. 0.
JEWt-LRY AND CLOCKS.
I Sive jus'
a Una lot of
' I:!l -'!,;"'t wclry. Thi I will guarao--
U. l!( U)0 urcnaser to be jun as rep-
J n.' su.!.;!. I t-eh no cheap, "fire guilt"
; .)Uh l,ut irry a staxiukd uE or
j ;ri,i ki:ont downs. The attention of
j Uic ladie in called to the latct ly!c
j 1 ha oH reliable ac! eUudanl SKTII
hiumas ciajcks always in stock,
'J variou styles audmzci
A!-Kfti-irin2 of Watches i.nd Clock
and niciniin Jewelry w a mcciaUy.
AH work I do is guaranteed t give cn
wj5 -tf G. T. RAWLS.
1TAVING THIS WAY QUALIFI
11 ed as administrator of I. D. God
win, n-3tke is hereby given to the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, duly.proven, according
to law, within twelve months, or
this notice will be plead in bar, of
their recovery. Those persons in
debted to said estate are respectful
ly asked to come forward and make
immediate pajTment. - '- i .
T AT A IT HIY-PlTATr. Aillmr
1Ieneky E. Faisox, Att'y. -
O Sept. 2Gth, 1889-Ct.
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