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Nov. 21, 1889, edition 1 /
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Kntcrcil accordaig to I'oslal Laws at
Jilni.-Ti, N. C, a t"': n'! nnil
THE CAUCASIAN'S RECORD.
One yeur ngc it waa U-:-h than 800.
Advcrti-cr think of tl:w.
CLINTON, N.L., --NOV. 21, IBS'.).
Product of tli Dairy I IlaixlhviKk
fro mi j our lingers ! Il sulliof your art
in roukcry t -. ! WIio can excel Samp
son In thrsc 1 In these, l( t vh com hire
the world lliat ire are Icadrrs, by our
exhibit at the Sampson Pair.
The tyxjo founders are talking
ot, organizing a trust on type.
The competition between East
ern and Wetdrn manufacturers
has become h ;.'ieat that there
isfnidto be no money in the
Our Fanners1 Column.
TIIH AtlKICUITUItAfj AND
The Democrat Rays that gold
has been discovered two hun
dred ft et beloxv tin? surface in
the artesian well which is being
bored at Scotland Neck. It may
Le that a valuable mine of the
piecious metal lies beneath the
city and ve hope to hear soon
of lbs being brought to the sur
The Farmer and Scottish
Chief of Fayctteville is a spicy
and enterprising journal. We
congratulate I5ro. Covington on
his success and bespeak for the
Fanner and Scolish Chief the
liberal patronage it deserves
iioni the progressive farmers
and sturdy Scotsmen of the Capo
Fear ,se ition.
me a. i. nonais waging- a
crusade against the murcantilu
agencies. It charges them with
favoritism and fraud and their
agents with using the agencies
for private ends. Considerable
Air has been caused in comino
cial circle by the exposures of
the World and it is now veily
discussed as to the organizing of
a better system of rating.
The Sampson County Alliance has
paid more money to the State Busi
ness Agency Fund than any other
Alliance in North Carolina, which
State by the way the banner com
monwealth in the great brother
hood. Now let us give the visitors
to our Sampson Fair an object les
son in Agriculture, that will sus
tain our enviable record.
Chief. Justice W.N. II. Smith
of the Supremo Court of North
viironnii, uieu in uaieigh on
last Thursday. He was a grad
uato of Yale College aud was
ripe scholar and christian gen
ut-niiiu. no nas niieti many
1: eminent positions in the slate
from District Solicitor to Coi
gi essnian, and once lacked but a
few votes of being elected
speater of the U. S. House of
Representatives. He was ap
pointed Chief Justice in 1878 by
oov. Vance to succeed Chie
THIi SAMPSON PAIK.
The Sampson County Aeri
cultural Fair, to be held at Clin
ton, December 4th, 5th and 6th
m . I i . . i
ii i unices 10 do quite a success
Our Samp .on county friends are
making every effort in that di
lection and they have the re
sources, the intelligence and the
enterprise to do it. An adver
tisement of tho Fair appears in
onr advertising columns, fron
which it will be ?eon that Gov
1i-..t1 Sr. 4 A 1 -T71 .
iuwio i iu upon uie j?air on
Wednesday the 4th. Thursday
will be Veteran's Day, and the
gallant Gen. Fifzhugh Lee, the
popular Uovernor of Virginia
is to address the old veterans on
mat day. Alliance Day is an
jiuueci mr r rioay . ana; many
uiousanci tanners are expected
to be present to hear an address
lrom the Hon. C. W. Macune
President of the National Al
Lance, on the financial and in
dustrial outlook for the farmers
in the South. Tho Messenger
hopes to see the Fair a grsjnd
success every way. Wilmin
(Special Cor. Caucasian.)
N aissaw, N. C, Nov. 19, '89
lhe people of our town are pleas
ed to note that the Sampson Fair
promises to be a grand success and
wo will l11 attend.
Warsaw High School, under the
efficient management of Prof. Mer
ritt, is in a prosperous condition.
Arrangements are being made to
rebuild tho Presbyterian Church
which was Mown down by a cyclon
several months ago.
Several new buildings are in pro
cess of erection in town, and it seems
that it is a genuine building boom
Mr. W. L. Hill, Duplin's inarsha
at the Centennial, left for Fayette
ville Tuesday morning.
Scver.il of our citizens will attend
on the Fayetteville Centennial this
fContrilmUd to The Cxrvxsjxx.
BY A COIXAKD.
The foundation of all pros
perity is agriculture. The prob
lem of how shall we be fed and
where withal shall we be cloth
ed hi an old question constantly
requiring n w solutions to inert
:ver changing condition.3. The
a per." are full of the "Political
Situation" aud the farmer in the
jackwoods is told over and over
again how he may wive the
country by throwing up his hat
and shouting himself hoarse
for this or that politician. What
the joor fellow really needs is
a good healthy meal for lilm-:-elf
and family. It is both a
'condition" and a "theory" that
confronts him. The condition
s the fix ho is in and the theory
a how to get out of it. When
our people fully realize their
"condition" and its causes we
may hope that seme "theory"
will be found which will serve
a3 a road from the deserts of
overty to the oasis of prosperi
ty. Our farmers are poor and
for the past five or six years
nstead of making progress
climbing up the hill their
movements have been towards
he foot. The per capita wealth
of the agricultural classes is less
now than it has been for several
years. This is an ugly fact and
t takes courage to look it in
he face but as the ostrich can
lot escape danger by hiding its
lead in the sand so that it can
not seo its pursuers, neither can
we. Rut you say we know a' 1
this, we know we are poor-
wretchedly so we need no
ghost to tell us that. We know
we are sick, what we want is a
doctor. Very well my lamblike
agriculturist, let us feel your
pulse and look at your tongue
and perhaps we can tell what is
the n atter with you. You cer
tainly hav nt got the hay fever.
The indications are that you
ere s uffering from a bad case of
the cotton itch. Before the
war the planter's road to fur-
tune was plain. The plan was
"raise more negzoes with which
to buy more land on which to
raise more negroes." lnis sys
tem in time would have broken
off itselT but the war came and
to meet the new condition of
things a new system was de
vised. Cotton and turpentine
in this section, became the
ourres of wealth. For many
years after the war the price
of cotton was high and tho sea
sons favorable to its production.
A little guano materially in
creased tho yield and it was
easy to pay for with cotton at
20 cents. The fertile soil of the
Mississippi vally and Texas
helped to swell the quoto and
tho result has been au over pro
duction of the staple and a con
sequent decline in price. In
I860 the cotton crop of the Uni
ted States was 2,193,987 bales
and gradually increased until
in 18 6 it amounted to 4,669,288
balea and in 188G to nearly seven
mirlion bales. Statistics indi
cate that the crop this year will
be one of the largest if net the
very largest ever produced. As
the production has increased
the price has decreased. From
66 to 76 the price varied from
20 to 15 cents per pound, but
from 76 to the present It has
been from 10 to 8 c- nts. The
greatest increase in the pro
duction has occurred during the
past four or five year notwith
standing the very unfavorable
seasou and it is not an exagger
ation to say that villi good sea
sons the annual product of
southern cotton fields would now
Vlf lint -far frr tan i ill win I
bales ad iu that case the price
would be about 7 ctnts per
pound. Such a condition would
mean great suffering to the cot
ton planter. Production ruin
ously excessive in a constantly
increasing danger from which
there seems no escape. The
present enormous crop of seven
million bales allowing an aver
age of half bale to the acre can
be ii wn upon an area less than
half of North Carolina, as any
a school boy can see by making
a simple calculation. Tu fact it
would be a very easy matter to
grow the worlds supply of cot
ton in the rich bottom lands
along the Mi3sissippi river
alone. How then, with all the
rapidly developing south and
south west bending its energies
to the almost exclusive produc
tion of cotton, can production be
kept within such limits as to
secure a remunerative price?
We hhall not attempt to answer
theis question just now. We
will try something ea3ier. What
is there before the farmer in
North Carolina who devotes
himself to the cultivation of
cotton, making a bale to three
or four acres, selling it at 9 cts,
taking a largo portion of the
proceeds to pay for guano, buy
ing his corn and meat &c. Any
fool can answer . this second
question, and therefore we will
undertake it, leaving it to you,
gentle readr r to grapple with
the first. The answer is, a life
of trial and poverty. Tho truth
is the old order ol things must
give way to something better.
The conditions of wealth have
changed and prosperity must be
sought along new lines.
Heretofore our people have
made their money by cotton
and turpentine. The cultiva
tion of cotton by reason of over
production has ceased to be
profitable and our turpentiue
forests are nearly enhansttd.
Whit then nhall be done? What
are the new lines along which
prosperity must be t-ought?
lie e again pmart sagacious
reader we sadly need your help.
To he Continued. J
Is the farmer as prosperous
as he deserves to be? Is there
anything the matter with the
agricultural interests of the
country? Then is it not time
that the Department of Agri
culture at Washington was in
vestigating tbe?e unjust condi
tions and expose the cause, de
mand the remedy aud raise a
howljtill granted ?
Then Uncle Je.ry wake up
and get to work or your depart
ment will be branded a farce.
CENTENNIAL IN FULL
Superior Court Fayetteville Pres
byteryMarine Band and a
Car load of Flags.
DR. A. M. LEE & BROTH Eli.
jerPerson need medicine only
when they are sick and their lives in
danger; then they want the very
best that can be had. Dr. A. M. Lee
& Brother keep nly such: they aho
carry a full line of Patent Medicines,
Essentia! Oils, Pert uniery, Trusses,
English Tooth Brushes, Medicinal
Whiskey, liorseand Cattle Powder?!
and the best reinedie? for all dis
eases and ailments of" Horns, Mules,
Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, etc.
Iu North Carolina's sunuv clime,
Their woud'rous virtues,f ulek-ss still,
Kxurl an iuflueuee sublime,
Iu ministering to human ill:
And initiiy a pang along our way.
lci'V Plasters Ioth allay.
You e m cure a bad case of Back
ache quicker v ith one of .Lee's plan
ters than by any other application,
and after the backache is cured, you
can still wear the plaster with com
fort for a month, or longer. This
plaster is a great discovery, and it in
hard to find any pain or ache that
will not yield to it. Prepared o;;iv
by T.J. KEE, Druggist.
the place to get fair treatment and first-class goods, high Quality, and l0f
Prices, with politeness and accommodation for EVERYBODY. f
! The best goods at Uniform Low Prices its what we otter every man, without f
Is now full and complete and in every department you will find
JlX&.GAlNy! Unsurpassed! Unequalled!
Beg. Cor. Caucasian-. 1
Fayetteville, N. C, )
Nov. 18th, 1889. J
Ihere is no news this week
but Centennial news. Every
body is talking of it aud com
pleting preparations for it.
Col. Fred Olds arrived Satur
day nurht and will commence
the erection of the tents &c,
tin's morning. About one half
of the State Guard will ba hero.
The Centennial Guards of the
Guilford Battle Ground Associ
ation will be here with their
continental uniforms &c.
Fayetteville t'rosbyt erv
meets here next Wednes day in
th First Presbyter ian Church.
The meeting is to consider mat
ters relating to the two counties
of Chatham and Randolph
lately added to the Presbytery.
Evangelist Mack will probably
bo tent there.
It rained all day yesterday
making it look gloomy.
A consecration service was
held in the Hay Street M. E.
Church yesteiday afternoon
conducted by Evangelist Fife,
who is home for a short rest.
This was a mas3 meeting of the
young men, under the auspices
ot the Y. M. C. A. The waIt nf
prayer was faithfully observed
by the association. Noon and
evening services were held every
The congregatiou of the First
Presbyterian church have in
creased the salary of Rev. T. P.
Baiclay from 1400. to $2000.
He is a preacher of force and
eloquence, and one of the most
useful workers ever iu this city.
The Superior Court Adjourned
Satuiday afternoon. ix pris
oners were sentenced to the
penitentiary. One negro was
cummited for forgery. The pres
ent school system gives a negro
just enough learning to make
sharp rascals out of some of
them, and forgery is a very
common crime with them.
The special term of the Su
perior Court commences on
Monday December 9th, for the
trials of civil causes only .Judge
James O. McRay will preside.
The January Court is a crimi
nal one and is nothing but jail
eves were tried last week, the
docket will be heavy one.
Services were held in St
John's church Sunday, lor the
i first time since the Imnrove-
ments. It is quite handsome
ly finished, the new apsidal
chancel, with memorial win
dows being very striking.
A party of talented amateur
musicians are preparing to pre
sent the sacred cantata "Ruth,"
in the Opera House some time
Dr. J. F. Highsmith and bride
arrived here last week. They
received a cordial welcome from
Mips Mamie Barbrey, of Hob
ton is in the city, visitiDg her
sister Mm. Ronald McMillan on
Many hundreds of people ar
rived Saturday and yes terday.
The crowds cominir in to day
will be immense.
The decorations of the grand
stand and other buildings are
well under way. The War De
partment at Washington sent a
carload of flags and bunting
Thursday. Some of the buiid
ings are very imposingly decor
ated, many of the government
flags being forty feet long.
The Marine Band will arrive
to-morrow night by way of the
Atlantic Coast Line. They are
to come in Pullman Palace cars.
jand furnish music for the three
.days and for the Centennial
ruitE medicinal wiiiskky.
A pnre and wholesome medicinal
stimu'aiit is a desideratum jreatlv
needeu. io supply this want Pure
Barley Corn Whiskey, lour years
old, is offered to the public, with list
guarantee of its perfect purity and
wholesonieness in every particular.
This liquor is the pure extract of
corn and ijakley, and is neither
Drugged, Liquored nor AVatervd in
any instance. Sold only by
Dlt. A. M. LEE &BUO., Druggists.
LEE S WART SPECIFIC.
A certain cure for warts on horses
and mules as Col. John Ash ford,
Capt. Cornelius Partrick, Capt. W.
Lucius FaLson, Mr. W. II. Paison,
Col. Abner M. Faison and hundreds
of others in Sampson and adjoining
counties will certify. So'd only by
T. J. LEJ Druggist.
WORMS IN HORSES.
Lee's Worm Specific never fails to
expel worms from horses and mules.
Warranted in every case. Sold only by
T. J. LEE, Druggist.
IIORSK AND CATTLE rOWDEKS.
We i-fier uaaer this head the best
C minion Powders in the market.
Hi t are prepared by the leading
biug House cf the United Sta'es,
: iom the formula of Dr. Williams,
of England, the most distsnguished
"Veterinary Surgeon living. They
are excellent appetizers, a general
alterative and tonic, and can be
relied upon a a remedy for all dise
ases oi domestic animals. They are
composed of Licorice Boot, Juniper
Berries, Flaxseed, Gentian, Ginger,
Iron and Antimony. Sold only by
Dr. A. M. Lee & Bko., Druggists.
And the troubled with nerrouanesi resulting
from care or orerwork will be relicYed bj t vig
Bnmm'a Iron Bitter. Genuine
Um trade mrltn(l croeoed red Uaes on wrapper.
1 4 tmm
"A STITCH IN TIME
Don't wait to get sick, but when
you begin to feel bad come and get
a dose of medicine and prevent sick
ness. This is the proper use of med
icine, lfyouwi'ldo this you will
scarcely ever have a doctor's bill to
pay or lose; months of time, and
put your friends and relatives to
such a deal of trouble.
In addition to my complete line
oi pure and reliable Drugs, I carry
Warner's Log Cabin Kemedies, B.
B. B., tho S. S. S., Quinine in small
and large quantities ; Simmon's Liv
er Regulator, Famous Specific Or
ange Blossom, Cuticura Remedies,
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription,
the Golden Medical Discovery,
llorse and Cattle Powder ( 1 pound
packages prepared by the Herb Co
of W. Va, Quaker brand.
Prescriptions carefully compound
ed. Local and office practice upon re
augltf DR. It. II. IIOLLIDAY.
Embraces a variety oT styles, grades and piices. Ilest Ginghams
ni'W htyles only 9 cents per yard; single width W r.-tod and
CY.fdimeres, in all colors, at 10c, 12c :.nd IZc per ya;d; single
width Dcllege, mixed Cashmeres and irilli:-nUr:es at 10c, l2Jc
aud 15c per yard; double width Cashmeres in all tlu desirable
colors at 22c, 25c, 40c, -15c, 50c 60c end 75c per aid ; double
width Henriettas ALL WOOL -only -15c per yard ; double
u idlk Serges ALL WOOI at 45c, Gi c and 75c: Flannels at 20c,
40c and GOc per yard: Gros Giani bilk:3, Moire Silks, Hmcy
eilk, Silk Velvets, Silk Plush, Velveteen?, Gimps, Ilralds, Ribbons-,
in fact everything requited for trimmii g drevr;.
L; .1 es' Walking Jackets, Jersey Jackets, New Market and
Shav.-is, to suit everybody and at prices that will sustain our rep
utation ss the CHEAP CASH STORE OF CLINTON, N. C.
Tin- newest thing out in LADIES' GObSA MERES. The. i,e,v
efrt thing out in LADIES' "FASCINATORS."
Misses' and Children's Knit Jackets, Hoods, Cups and Tobog
gans, ir-un 20 cents to 1.00. Ladies', MJsscs and Children's Ho
siery, G loves, Underwear, Corsets, Co! hits nd Cuffs. Novelties
in Ladies' Neckwear, eilir.g, &c. I he l-et;i Kid Gh ves it;
market for 1.00. Extensive line of Whito Goods, I la mi.
Laces, &c, c.
Our display of Jewelry i unusu
ally attractive this season, aud in
cludes some rare bargains that will
at once attract theatlentienoflho.se
interested, for instance, a Solid Gold
Engagement Ring for only ? 1.50, 1
Genlemen's Furnishing Goods.
v. 1 ifv
GRAFTED AND FOR SALE BY
AT HOBTON, N. C.
Every variety, from early to late,
at only 10 cents each. My trees are,
of course, adapted to the soil and
climate f f this section, therefore will
live and bear better than trees from
Nurseries from a distance. Every
tree is warranted. If not as repre
sentedjnoney will be refunded. The
trees can bj had at my residence or
will be shipped to any point ordered.
W. R. WEEKS,
octlO 3m Hobton, N. C.
LOTS FOR SALE
C. F. & Y. V. R. R.
Thirty Building and Business Lots
will be sold, to bona fide setters, at
Fine soil, good back country; a
place that is sure to thrive and pros
per. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
W. J. PARKER & SONS.
oet7-4t At Parkersburg, tf. c.
Our stock of these Good is largo and thesTVi.ixxnu;i -Fasiiionaule
Scaup for the sea-on is the Fourinhand. o!
we have, an endless variety.
Tho latest styi.ks in Standing Collars and Cuffs. Ewn y ,u l
gentleman should have one of our Cashmeke MfiFi.i:i t" r - I
t'DJllL;?. M11C ill UilU rC'J 111?. 111.
Wool and Merino Uuderwereann Hosiery. Gloves of ail ki.;,i. i
from the heaviest Driving Glove to tho finest Dress Kids. ' '
J'.eautiful line of Fancy Flannel Shirts, from COents to
The "Silver King' Shirt takes tho lead, and us our ;,-k
these goods is always complete, we never fail to idoe our cm.
t outers. Shirk made to order and a wrfect Jit guaranteed.
Men's, Loy'ti and Children's Hats and Caps at ail prirrs.
meut. It has always been our;nt:i
keep only the BEST SHOES. ntd thir Fat I we hav nin
previous efforts by placing before tho public i l.n,' oi h
is unexcelled in quality, Kyle ni pr.ee. J i-ey woio maiii
pie sly for us and we can warrant evkuy taiuIo give perl ui ::iijv
faction. Our Bijou Button Shoe at 2.00 is still the rage, an 1 u
guarantee them to equal any 2 50 .shoe on the market.
Buggy Whips, Lap Robes, Blank- $8.00 ; Beautiful Decorated China
et?, Horse Blankets:, ivc.
Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Mats,
Trunks, Valises, Mirrors, &c.
A large assortment of Window
warranted pure and not to break (the Curtains, Window Shades, plain and
engagement), Watches from $5.00 fancy; Curtain Chains and Hooks,
up, warranted to give satisfaction. , and Cornice I'olls, at 50 cents, $1.00
Ladies' Bracelets, Necklace?, Breast
Pins, Ear Rings, Cuff Buttons and;
tho moii beautiful line of Ladies'
Lace L'his you 'over saw. Gentle
men's Culi Button--, Collar Buttons,
fc-tud Buttons, Scarf Pins, Watch
Chains and Charms.
UMBRELLAS ! UM BR ELLAS ! i
At prices th:it will astonish you. A
genuine Glori Silk Umbrella at
Tea Sets, 5(J pieces, $0.00; Beautiful
Decorated China Tea Set, 50 pieces,
only $10.00. Rochester Lamps, Li
btary Lamps, Hall L-unps; dewing
Machine Lamps, Lanterns and al'uil
line of Lamp Fixtures.
sale, Railroad Snuff, l inr
baeeo, l'Jug Tobacco, Sum
We pay special attention to
our Grocery department, and always
keen a full stock of fiies.ii coeds
Complete line of Hardware, Tin- adapted to the wants of the penplc.
ware, Roofing Tin, Sash, Doors and i We buy Flour la laeoe lots ui
Blinds, White Lead,-Paints, Oik, ( kect from the mill.--, which enables
uaceo, nail l'otash, Digiii .- sl(,.i,
Laundry Soap and Staiei,, p.,j.J
Bags, Wrappiug Paper and Twin,..
Will take pleasure in p.iotiiir' jui,
Glass, Putty. Ac, &c.
C-ockery, Glassware aud Lamps.
Beautifully Decorated Tea Sets, 5G
pieces, o:dy $3.50; Beautiful Deco
ra .ed China Tea Sets, 56 pieces, only
us to sell at kottom micEs
Tlie huge lot ami .statil al the
the rear of our store is kept kxi j:!..-,-LY
for our toUNTHY eu-t niicr-,
where t l ey can always find a com
fortable Kheher for stock ami a eon
venient well of u ater.
Have just received A CAR LOAD
We are prepared to sell at whole-
Don't forget to walk up stairs, for
half of our slock is ui tjieuk; but
tho prices we want you to remem
ber are away down ix the iiask-
Come to see us and we will do our best to make you feel AT HOM1?-.
A. F. JOHNSON & CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW A DVEUTISEM iCH S
TO VISIT THE
Bia mkn ijjm
A NNOUNCEM EN T.
Kenansville Male Female Academy,
KENANSVILLE, Jf. C.
Ijill t-Jowioii UoiiiM SeptemlMM' Otli, 1hh).
TnSfV repaJtl -,r ?ol,lee- Girls Prepare-.l for h ighcr classes in our hest
Inst tutes. Special inducements offored to those desiring to prepan
to teach or for business. Music by experienced teachers. Ho-ial
roid religious advantages unsurpassed. Free lrom malaria. Board i.i
private lamilies $8.00 to $10.00 pr month.
I take pleasure in announcing that Prof. J. A. McArtbur, of Davidson
College, will assist me next sesdon. He has furnished me with satisfac
tory testimonials lrom the President and Faculty of that Institution,
where he served as Tutor in Greek last year. I Ie is a youn- nian of n , '
S counfXc!" dCCid0d memr hlStCS- H0 U "atiof ci Si
For further particulars apply immediately to
nn 0 W- SI I AW, Principal,
aug29-3m Or PROF. J. A. Mc ARTHUR, Ass't Principal.
REV. J. W. TURNER,
is ail new, just bought and is
marked in plain figures at a very
low marcin. We .-.n'f
tfirr rria f,, fif WV.H " . , "Y"?1"'"'
v,.v,. vwv f seiner uu are a juage of clothes or not.
yon shall never pay us more than the lowest possible price at
at which we can sell them.
MY finnil? areof the Iatest W3' You can
1 U1MJ0U UUUiliJ sret anything jou want from 9 cent
up. Call in and see my line of Jackets aud shawls
?l!f rgest stck of Shocs fe'irit
GENTS' HAT J A8D FDRNiSHlHS GOOD i Fittb,
Stylish, to suit everybody;- and EVERYTHING ELSE kept in a
flrst-class Clothing and Dry-Goads Store.
Yours for Bargains,
W. e. KACKLEY.
Jino. d. w. lUKiNKli, Assistant.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept. 2, '89.
RATES OF TUITION.-
i rimary Branches, per month,
uvancuu i rimary,
Many Thing s at Cost
A good line of bummer Clothing. A lot of nats. A nice line of Sum
mer Dress Goods. A lot of Shoes. And variour other things wi'l be sold
absolutely at COST, to make room for Fall Stock. S J
This is a rare chance for you to get the very best of bargains.
Lalin, Greek and French aro tau-lit without extra cliarge.
dut rehtf.e barged. Where expedient, Country Pro
duce will be received in settlement of bills.
ainoantSi nt "i08?3 5l y3ar with an enrollment
amounting to GG pupils during the year.
For further information address,
af REVJ. W. TURNER, Clinton, N. C.
: ESTABLISHED IN 1874.:
IXVIt-iOIV HUTI ICl 13 Kit
A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOTII SEXES
v. FIVE DEPARTMKN'J'S
Viz: Primary, Intermediate, Academic and Preparatory
Pates in T-t- i TUITION RATES. P y
times ,UOn haV bCCn wnddcrably reduced to correspond with the
, , 4 ' , " Ier month 51 00
INTERMEDIATE, Usrade, . jr month $1 50
Mtffi d Grade, - per month fl 87i
ACADEMIC, lf - Ier month S 25
PMPARTOnYmiTvrr?Vii- i" " Ir month $2 75
lee rates in 2, .iW? 13 to Ppare boys and girls for col
nneZSt" dei,endn tken,will 0e
. . MUSIC DEPARTMENT.
M i pJmonfh ffit-dass teacher of eXIrIenee and reputation,
uoa, per month, 2wo. extra charge for use of instrument.
iS2!toiS. W wood, c.,
be obtainwl in r,rico(n p" 4W"f iurmsneu, ngnts, wood, &c, a
to 57.C0 per month convenient to the school, for from $6.00
it. uu I LER, (U. N. C.) Principal,
, Huntley, N. C.
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
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