The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Dec. 19, 1889, edition 1 /
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Li7 "WanfV and 'Uriiie Xoticra can be
ini tl in thin column M U:n c:nt a line.
NOW I-iYOUR TIME TO BUY1
A Ladie' II.it or Bonnet of the
latest style, or Children's Hoods, ko
che:ipa t Hnto.iLih you.
W. S. Pautkick.
J ( you want
good mule cheap
T. M. Femhkll.
Go t B. F.
Powell 'h ftr Flower
Crockery, Tin and
. WmjI Shawls n't ct4.
to 1 .00 nt h; Flout- ? J.2r, jwr barrel;
I, int (.ace SH.'Zr,. Tin; b--t Con
' .-I Milk. A full lin.-ofSpectti-
Ci- , : ; ri I Jov'.-ly. i;v me a fall.
11. V. FoWi !-! .
: m'nibor T. M. Fekkkli.'b
fcti'. : headquarters tor cheap Coffee
HACK FT STORK.
We have in our Christmas Coods.
Come at once and mucu ro good bar
gains. ' Toys of almost every kind
and all ho cheap that you can well
afford to buy
I f vou want
. Pi:tekson A Co.,
a Trunk cheap call at
T. M. Fkkkkll'h.
1,000 yds Kockingham 4-1 Sheet
I.ooo yards of those Plaids that
everybody is waiting 1'or, Apple?,
Oranges, Uaisins, Candy, Cocoanuts,
Fb u: , &., Ac. T. M.Fkhkell.
A.i g the pretty things I saw at
the Fayetteville Centennial was
some very pretty Mowers carved on
marblo ly Mr. F. T. Marks. Ilein
foimcdme that he has worked in
M-xcnd large cities North before
coining to tliis Stale He is now
niiiiinger of the I 'ayi t ievilb Marble
Works lor 'hai. A. Coodwin, the
well-known Marble dealer of the
Old North State. 1'arlies who are
in nee d of good, first-cla.-i.i work will
do well locall on liii.i at the Raleigh
or Favettevillc yard.
Don't forget The Caucasian
office w hen in town during the holi
days. Rev. J. W. Turner will hold K-r-vices
in St. Paul' church, Clinton,
at 1 1 A. M., on Christmas Day.
The pretty Christ as things be
ing displayed in the (-tores will
make the hearts of many children
The closing exercises of the Fall
Term of Goshen High school and
Clement Model school take place
The Knights of lienor meet
next Friday night. It is the annual
election of officer and every mem
ber is requested to attend.
financially, it must Ikj otherwise.
The business of court was finished
in three days and the county jail is
We have a written abstract of
llev. J. W. Turner's memorai ser
mon, but on account of its
are compelled lo leave
it ont this
( b u it's delight, iii
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Spirits Tin iK iitiiH'. . . . in. j or gallon
lioMii. (Mntined) .... !).) per barrel
(i-ood -.trained) . . 1K0 per liarif 1
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l t .lex to New Advertisement
For Kent J. E. Royal.
Notice- S. H. D-.uightry.
Executor's Notice J. C. Lamb.
Salem 1 1 igli School (1. E. Butler
Notice of Sale W. S. Thomson.
Meckh-nhurg Iron Works John
Salesmen Wanted Alabama Nur
A School for Bows and (J iris -Miss
Mary K. Feirell.
Clinton School for Boys and Girls
Itev. J. W. Turner.
We will advertise tree of charge
for any articles that may have been
lost, misplaced, or taken through
mistake at the Sampson Fair last
week. Any one who has lost any
article on exhibit will please send us
a description of the same and we
will try to trace it up.
Mh. Editor. In the death of
Miss. Lutrude (.Mute we havo lost
one of the brightest and livest pub
lic school teachers. I have known
her as an earnest conscientious teach
er for the last eight or nine years.
On behalf of the public school
teachers of Sampson County, I
hereby appoint Mr. A. M. Barbrey,
and Misses-Mamie Ash ford and Rosa
Culbreth as a committee to prepare
suitable resolutions of respect a a
tribute to the memory of our depart
ed sister and have the same publish
ed in Thk Clinton Caucasian and
North Carolina Teacher. The other
members of the committee will
please send their resolutions to Miss
Mamie Ash ford, Clinton
Isiiam Koyal, Co. Supt.
Attention! Sampson Light Infantry.
Armory Sampson L. Infantry,
Clintou, N. C, Dec. 18th 'S9.
The members of the Sampson
Light Infantry will take notice that
the Annual Election of officers for
the ensuing year will take place at
the Armory on the 1st Friday in
Jaiuarynext. Each member will
see that his uniform and equipments
are in his locker on ihat day.
W. L. Faison, Capt.
A. II. Herring, 1st Sergt.
A full meeting of the executive
committee of the Agricultural So
ciety is called for next Saturday
morning at 12 o'clock to make a
final settlement of the business of
the Sampson Fair for '89.
--The managers of our fair are due
Wilmington and the curteous offi
cials of the Atlantic Coast Line a
debt of thanks for the helping hands
they lent toward making the fair
the great success that it was.
Itev. O. P. Meeks will lecture
before the "Society of Christain En
dcavor" at the Baptist church of
this place on New Year's night
Subject: "The Home." Admittance
free. Everybody invited to attend
We are indebted to our kind
cotcmporaries and many other
friends for the complimentary
things they have said of Thk Cau
casian's enterprise of late and es
pecially concerning our daily edi
tion during the Sampson fair.
A progressive Euchre party was
given at the residence of Mr. T. II.
1 'art rick on last Tuesday evening
in honor of Miss Maude Hall, of
Wilmington, who has been visiting
in our town since the Fair. Miss
Walker Maiisey and Mr. John C.
Holmes carried off the Hoyal prizes.
Joe Sl)anand Ward McCalop,
both colored, becamo involved in a
difficulty last Monday at the home
of the later on Fayetteville street
and Sloan struck McCalop's head
with a billet of wood, inflicting a
dangerous, if not fatal wound. Sloan
lied and was pursued by a iiosse of
officers, but he is still at large.
The closing exercises of the Fall
Term of Salem High school will
take place to morrow. A public in
stallation of the officers elect of Co
harie Masonic Lodge will take place
on the siuio day. Hon. Thos. S.
Kenan and Capt. Swift Galloway
will be present and make speeches
on the occasion. The public general
ly is invited.
Next week we will publish in
full the letter of Jefferson Davis
writen to the Fayetteville Centenni
al committee. Writing this letter
was the last public act of the great
confederate soldier and statesmen.
It will be read with interest by all
the people of the Seuth and especial
ly the people of North Carolina, to
whom it was written.
Rev. 0. 1. Meeks filled his ap
pointment at the Baptist church on
last Sunday, preaching both in the
morning and at night. Large con
gregations were present at both
times. Mr. Meeks is an earnest and
zealous worker in the field of the
ministry and has accomplished great
good for his church in Clinton since
he cast his lot among us.
The December number of the
Travelers' Ready-Reference Guide
The Red Guide -contains the rew
time-tables put in effect in the gene
ral change in November, and also a
descriptive Winter Tourist Guide
with a handsome colored map of
Florida. Published monthly by the
Knickerbocker Guide Company, 46
Bond street, New York 25 cents.
Whetupou, all hands, with long oy
ster knives, eagerly sought the deli
cious bivalves In their calcareous
M iss Lou Clute, daughter of oar
county man, Mr. Giles Clute, was
one of a merry p irty that left Clin
ton more than two week ago for
the Fayetteville Centennial. On her
return home he was stricken down
by the hand of sickneHS at Warsaw,
and on last Thursday morning her
spirit was summoned before theGod
who gave it. Her death wa alto
gether unexpected and w as quite a
shock to her many friends. Miss
Clute was a model young lady and
a consistent member of the Baptist
church. The funeral service were
conducted at the grave i i Clinton
Cemetery, on Friday, at 1 oclock,
by Ilev. O. P. MeekB. Our sym
pathies are extended to her bereaved
family and many friends.
-Coinpliments for the almost
phenomenal success of the Sampson
Fair continue to eome from every
quarter. Several parties who have
attended a half dozen or more fairs
this year, and who r.re competent
judges, are out-spoken in their opin
ion that the Sampson Fair was the
best in the State. We ourselves
were ierfectly astonished at the
quantity and quality of the exhibit
which our good people brought out.
If we can do this in the face of "hard
times," bad crops and with only six
weeks' preparation, what might we
not do under favorable conditions.
In fact a stranger who examined the
?tock on exhibit and took a walk
through Agricultural Hall, would be
hard to convince that Sampson ever
made a poor crop. He would sup
pose us to be strangers to the mean
ing of "hard times." The fine spec
imens of agricultural products often
seen at fairs, scarcely ever represent
the true condition of Agriculture,
but simply a local, stimulated condi
tion, something prepared especial
lyto be placed on exhibit. Not so
with us ; for our farmer! had no idea
of holding a fair till after their crops
were made. What they exhibited
was the result of their usual ef
forts as good farmers. Let us go to
work now lor a lair next year
that will surpass even th
remarkable success which we have
just had. The Agricultural Society
should revive its monthly meetings
and discuss agricultural topics, so
that the wisdom and success of each
may become the wisdom and success
All Through the Comity.
Wfeat SMpoalA&9 trr Dolajr aa4
tSTSftvl u the news from your
township for this column. Every
subscriber to The Caucasiax luw
a right and is requested to coutri-:
bute items of up ws in "hes" or her
neighborhood for thw column. We
will not publish your naiae unies
you desire il.&t 1
Our school at HarreH'a store,
under the management of Mr. Isaac
Fort, is in a flourishing condition.
While it may wm selfish in as to
caII him the best, we can safely as
sert that it is hard to find a better
Siloam Baptist church is rapidly
nearing completion. Our .contractor
says he will complete the wood work
by February 1st next. Please ac
knowledge through your columns
the' following amounts contributed
to this object by citizens of your
town: Rev. J. L. Stewait and Mr.
Wm. A. Johnson, each, ?5 ; Messrs.
O. F. Herring, F. T. Atkins, J. M.
Spell, J. 8. Bizzell, Dr. W. B. Mur
phy, O. II . Allen and W. E. Stevens,
each $1.00. Messrs. M. Hanstein,
Junius Lewis, H. J-Hines and R. J.
W illia s, each 50 cents. The mem
bers of this church appreciate these
testimonials of good will and desire
to return their thanks for the same.
It is a pleasure to note the rapid
development of Clinton. Nowhere
In the world can you find a better
people. They are generous and hos
pitable and full of enterprise. It
may be truly said that Clinton is en
titled to first prize JTor cheap goods,
clever lawyers, polite, courteous bus
iness men, the best county paper, the
best market, and last but not least,
the prettiest girl?. H.
Xeatrial Si-rth-n at faiMi.
Rev. N. L. Anderson is spending
hi, vacation in Clinton.
Mr. Duncan DeVane, of Winston,
wai in town yesterday.
Miss Mauds Hall, of Wilmington,
Is NisIUus uL Mr. 'f. IX. PartrlckV.
Miss Annie Graham, of Duplin
Roads, is visiting at Mr. J. A. Fer
rell's. Miss Clara Stanford, of Kenans
vilie, is visiting her sister, Miss An
Mrs. Mollie Alderman and daugh
ter, Mies Jennie, of Wartrace, Tenn.,
have been spending several days in
and near town with relatives.
Misses Love and Mollie Crawford
and Fannie Gidelens, who have been
spending a week with Miss Annie
Giddens, left for home Wednesday
Mrs. Frank Boykin, who has been
spending several days with her fath
er in Wilmington, returned Tuesday
night accompanied by Miss Gertrude
Jacobs, who will spend some time
His Honor, Judge E. T. Boykin,
is home for the holidays after finish'
ing his fall circuit of courts. We
are s-lad to see that he has won srol-
den opinions from the press where
he has been for his ability, business
for in our opinion he is the peer, if
not the superior of any other Judge
on the bench.
iii 1 IBM
to canvass for the sale of Nursery
Stock! Steady employment guar
anteed. GOOD PAY for successful
men. Apply at once, btating age
Mention this paper.
Alabama Nursery Company, Hcntsville, Ala.
Needing a tonic, or children that want building
Tin Rbniild take
BUOWK'S HlOX BITTKRS.
It takes money and hard work
to run a paper like The Caucasian.
If you are due us anything on sub
scription, please excuse us for again
colling your attention to the matter.
The money is ilue us, we need it and
hope that we have more than earned
it. We sincerely trust you will favor
us with a prompt settlement. No
thing would be more conducive to
a "merry Christmas and happy New
Year" with us, for then we could be
just to parties whom we owe.
A representative of the Southern
Building and Loan Association will
visit our town soon with a view to
establishing a branch office. These
associations have done much good
in many places by enabling persons
Anothtr Fox Hunt.
On next Saturday morning a party
will start from Clinton at day-light
on the second fox hunt of the season
Dr. J. A. Stevens offers the follow
ing premiums: Five dollars for
the best dog in the chase, two doll
ars for second best dog and three
dollars for the huntsman who gets
the brush. None but thoroughbred,
well trainetl fox hounds will be al
lowed to enter the chase. The hunt
ing party will be composed strictly
of wtite persons
The Odd Fellows.
Hon. Chas. M. Busbee.of Raleigh,
Deputy Grand Sire of the Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows of the
United States addressed the mem
bers of the Clinton Lodge and gave
them special instructions in the
secret workings of the order on last
Monday night. Mr. Busbee's ad-
On last Saturday evening at least
three hundred people gathered- at
Parkersburgto see the track-laying
force lay the rails up through the
coming town. Our people will soon
hear the sound of the whistle.
The closing exercises of the fall
term of Hayne Academy took place
Friday the 13th. On Friday night
there was a pleasant party at the
residence of Mr. Dewlaney Matthis.
Mr. W. II. Harris returned from
Minsola, Ga. last Monday to spend
the Christmas holidays with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Harris.
Died, at his residence on last Fri
day, Mr. Enoch Wilson with typhoid
pneumonia alter an illness of about
ten days. He was about 35 years of
age, a successful and progressive
farmer and one of the best citizens
in this community. Few men would
be missed more in the circle in which
he movod. .
The sabbath school celebration at
Warren's School House on last
Saturday was a decideel success in
every way. The day was beautiful,
the crowd large, four speeches, fine
singing and an abundance of good
things for the inner man. There
have been a number of good day
schools taught at this place under
competent teachers and a flourishing
sabbath school conducted by the
worthy superintendent and his as
sistant teachers since last summer.
The speeches were made by Messrs
J. D. Ezzell of Goshen High School,
R. C. Craven of Glen wood High
School, D. B. Nicholson of the Clin
ton Bar, and Marion Butler Editor
of The Caucasian . We are indebt
ed to the good people of that section
for a day enjoyably spent.
Mr. Lewis Holland's wife, a mem
ber of Salem Alliance of this lown,
ship, is a model of industry. She hel
ped her husband m.ike this year's
crop, and since the 1st of Sept. has
woven 190 yards of cloth, 75 yards
of which was double, in addition to
attending to her household duties.
Euough such women would put to
flight the "bug bear hard times."
Two convicts escaped from the
camr at Garland Tuesday. One has
been captured but the other is still
at large. Young man go West no
longer! Come to Garland and give
vour time, enersry and talent to
t - w
building up home industries. '
Miss Maggie Boney accompanied
by her little sister ( Vallie Pierce)
left the 16th inst. to visit their aunt
Mrs. D.J. Fitchett ot Clover, S. C.
We vish the a pleasant visit.
v Faisox, JC. C, Dec. 11, S9.
The people of Faisoo and vicinity
assembled today in considerable
numbers at the Presbyterian church
to hold appropriate memorial ser
vices in honor of Jefferscn Ifcivis,
ex-President of the late Cofederate
State of America. The church was
tastily draped with broad bands of
black and white, hung with moss,
entwining tu pillar and running
around the entire front of the i ulpit
from which streatntrs w ere suspend
ed, gui mounted at interval with
stars and rosettes.
At the appointed time Rev. P.
Mclntyre arose and opened the ser
vices by reading a hymn, after the
singing of which ho read a passage
of Scripture and offered a ferve nt
prayer. He then utated that the
meeting was ready for business and
announced that Maj. J. C. Hines,
who had been choien chairman for;
the occasion, would conduct the fur
ther proceedings. Maj Hines then
came forward, and stating the object
of the meeting laid .his heart-promt-ed
offering of reiect upon the bier
of the dead chieftain.
Mr. Isham R. Faisoa was then
called uion to read the following
Whebkas. ;ol in tii infinite wisdom Ua
removed from the midst of his people their
beloved ex-Preaident and leader, tue Hon
orable Jefferon Davis; and whereas, the
Governor of North Carolina has Lued proo
lunation, calling nvon the citizen -of the
State to assemble themselves in their various
I places of worship to mourn the loss ol their
great chief, and render honor to hi memo
ry, therefore, he it
. Resolved, That we the ieople of Faisoti
and vicinity having met in hearty obedience
to the request ot the (iovernor, do hereby
exnreRD our deen sorrow for the loss of Him
who served us in war and advised us in
peace, that we can never foreet his disinter
ested patriotism, his unflinching courage
and his willing sacrifice; that we recognize
m him one of the worla s heroes, mat we
love him devotedly and that we shall cher
ish his memory and teach his virtues to our
children. And be it further
Resolved, That we join our sympathy
with his bereaved family and with the many
thousands of Southern people who .are sad
today because of the removal of one endear
ed to them by strong personal and national
ties ties strengthened by a common suuer
ing and knit togther by a common cause.
Appropriate and feeling address
es were made by Maj. J. S. Hines,
Mr. A. D. Hicks, Prof. John S.Hill,
Rev. P. Mclntyre and Mr. V m.
Hill. The occasion was a fit demon
stration of our people in honor of
one who is loved, honored ami rev
erenced by North Carolina and the
entire South. Those who were pres
ent left with the gratitymg con
sciousness that the last manifestation
of their love was a fitting and glo
J. C. HINES, Chairman
S. A. Boney, Secretary.
Itev. J. J. Barkc r will hold a e
rWs of meeting at lUaeVs Chapel,
beginning on Chi istma.
Died, on U 12th infant, in his
66th year, Mr. Nathan Stirling. He
wa ia uual health when at 12 M.
he found hi; honse ia feirfu! fAtws.
Mr. Starling and family were very
mud) exei'.cd, but ucewedod is ex
tinguishing th f.e. Immediately f
ter which he fell amidst the etclte
roect and died at once. He had been
RtKicted with heart disease for some
time. Mr. Starling was n consis
tent memtier of the Primitive IIhp
tit chun-h and leave- a v ,n I
nine children to mourn thir
The grief-? trie ken family have the
heartfelt sympathy tf th cnlire
neighborhood 11. li.
A Wrkir, AM and rf!r Jgtlgre.
The court adjourned for the term
yesterdav, having I Kin In session
two week.-, the aunt eX th law a,- j
to the length of the term. A great
deal of work has been done by this
court. .An old fellow who ha at
tended court pretty regularly, re
marked in our hearing, "That i the
workiugeist Jcdge I ever saw."
Judge Itoykin is a working Judge,
ami he has made himself popular u
New Derne by his courtesy, ability
and methods of transacting business.
And we must say thnt we have an i
dea that his Honor has leen very fa
vorably Impressed wit.i our city. It
was hinted to us that he was even
reluctant to leave. We hope it may
be our fortune to have him preside
over our court again soon. New
Died, in Whitevillc, N. C, Dec.
4th, '89, little Lubix Monroe Cuii-
RRETii, son of Dr. N. M. Culbreth,
aged three years, two mouths and
twenty-three days. He had been
seriously ill for only six days. Ty
phoid lever, complicated with brain
trouble, was too much for his frame,
an-1 after intense suffering it suc-
cumnied. To the bereaved parents
we extend our heartfelt sympathy,
and commend them to the oneOreat
Comforter. B. H. P.
BOARD OF EDUCATION'.
In Session December the 9th.
Board of Education met in specia
session, and the following busines:
was transacted :
it. C. Chesnutt was transferred
from district No. 6, white, to dis
trict No. 7. white. District no. j;
white, was divided, making a new
district, called district No. 81, w hite,
with the following committeemen
for 35 white: Messrs. li. M. crumi
ler. 11. T. Butler and and John But
lo. frr 81 white. Messrs. J. A. Ln
A . C. Crumpler and D.
Wednesday the Board of Educa
tion ordered that the school house
in No. 35, white, be sold and he
proceeds divided between districts
35 and 81 white.
School district No. 40, colored, was
divided, making a new district, to
be called 51, colored, with the fol
lowing committeemen: No. 40, col
ored, Jerry Johnson, D. H. Devanc
and Virgil Corbitt; for No. 31, col
ored, Wesley McKoy, Hayes Kerr
and Simon L. Kobinson.
District No. 37, colored, was di
vided, making a new district, to be
called 52, colored, with the follow
ing committeemen: For No. 37,
Bichard Stringfield, Wrarren Fen-
nell and Irvin Devane; no. o, col
ored, Thomas Brewington, Madison
Johnson and I Lalistead.
A new district was lormeu irow
narts of Nos. 35 and 36, colored, to
be called 53, colored, with the fol
lowing committeemen: virgii omun,
Jim West and Marshall Bryan.
The census returns of school ais-ti-iVi
7r is. colored, was referred to
uToacra ti Tl. Bell and M. J.
A'AVOUA.'' " - -
Hobbs for investigation.
SEW A t V ERT1 S KM EN jTS.
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BoetT arrUU' fmnt jT
Ot tuU tsruiva f tt rfr
br$t kBft tVk&tr jSrr !
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flex tarftf VtA sa2r bctilrs
S ttqtixtt Input ckwrt, tad 4 Dot
S ftc&ar ta Ua Rte4xt&! awnta,
fro oaknoira, d bx vroo tew H!l S .
Uw tU of "Tb (reams fek ajt
portlier r cUeTrd.,"r n
fttHa," tbeta U now Sax
d Hood i eUnapaxdU S aoW la
Lowell. ti. X t'Xii U
phe&omo. S ATnl record e sale
abroad ffTDo ether preparation
b r S rrrt attained such popa-
Vvrurtry In o short a tita.
and aonfldenf a amouf all elasat
S A people k u3ifait:y.
Do not be Induced to buy other prarattoaa,
but be ure to get th Peculiar Vedletn,
Sold by til dnegil. I;iirorfS. I rpr4 ool JT
b C, L BOUD A CO.. ApothcrtrhM. Urmtil, Mm
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
j Dll. A. M. LEE BKOTHE1?.'
I htn they ar 5k urtd their live la
:Unir; then they svjt th vwy
bt tht can t had. lr. A. !. 1-.
k llrxtlwr kcrp t:y u:h: t?uy
1 carry a full lin of l'tnst MNtiSts
I Kj-ntUl t.'i!, 1 rfatncrj, Trtv--,
i KnjrlUli Tinh l?nwhc MtxiMoal
i Vhlkey, lloc- aihI tn?ti iVnO.rl
j ami the tcft r't.ic'c for a'.l di
j Cattle, Hv. l uhry,
taao of all.
In tLe ears, sometime? a roaring buzzing
sound are caused bv catarrh, thtt ex
ceedingly disagreeable and very common
disease. Loss of smell or hcariag also
result froiu catarrh. Hood's SSarsana
rilla, the great blood purifier, isapecu
liarly successful remedy for tins disease
which it cures bv p'.irifving the blood
If you suffer -from cntarrli, try Hood's
Sarsapanlla, th peculiar medicine.
We desire io say to our citizen?, that
for years we have been helling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, I'.uckJeu's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bilter?, and have
never handled remedies that tell as well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and we s-tau-' rcaoy
to refuud the purchase price, if satisfac
tory results do not lollow their use.
These remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their mciitf. ror
sale by Du. li. II. Hoi-I.ioa v, Druggist.
The llev. Geo. II. Thayer, of IJonr
hon, Indiana, says: '"Both myself aud
wife ewe ourselves to SUILOII'S Con
sumption Cure." For sale bv. Dr. 1.
H. Holi.iDAY, Clinton, and W. I. Kex
XEnv, Warsaw, N. C.
WHY WILL YOU COUGH when
Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief?
Price 10 cents, SO cents and $1. For sale
bv Dr. li. H. IIolijday, Clinton, and
W. P. Kexni fY, Warsaw, N. C.
N( JTICK OF SALE.
O. W. Crumnler, ,
By virtue of a decree of the Supe
rior Court of Sampson county, ren
dered In the above entitled cause,
the undersigned, as commissioner of
said court, will jell, on the 3rd day
of February, 1890, at the courthouse
door in Clinton, N. C, to the high
est bidder, two tracts of land lying
m said county, In lioneycutts town
ship, belonging to the estate of the
late Julia Butler, deceased, 1st tract
containing 78 acres, 2nd tract con
taining So acres. Said land is sold
for partition among the heirs at law
of said intestate.
Terms ok Sai.k Two-fifth pur
chase money cah, balance in two
equal payments, to le paid in fix
and twelve months respectively.
W. S. THOMSON, Com'r.
This December ISth, 1S'.. 4t
The Ik lidays are drawing near and
John Barleycorn has been getting in
his work. The following parties
have been before Mayor Thomson
for drunkenness: Bennett Brewer,
Dieh Tolar, J. B. - Pigford, R. H
Wilson, each charged up to cost
Disorderly conduct, first cousin to
the above breach, was the charge
against Isaac Beatty, John. Bunting,
The Wilmington Light Infantry.
North Cmu ns'
i i cir wethTt. hrtu uTi,
Kxrrt an iai!tvrtc feuSS in
In tnlnUtrr.iij; U human il';
AuJ ituiny a M2 a!on? out way,
lccV l'la' ters dith ai!r.
You cm cure a I al cam f lUce-
acho quicker with otic of !r' pla?
ter tlum fey any other application,
and after the hntkat-ho i ct;rtt, vou
can M ill wear the planter with com--
fort tor a month, or longer. ThU
! 'hister U a gn-at dlMXivery, and it la
i .ml to tind any jh!h or "aclw that
will not yield to it. rwpartMl only
by T.J. I.r.Fn DftncgUt,
A pure ami w holconi UHHlieiual
sdiruu'ant i a desideratum grtatlv
needeu. -io supply thl want Per
Barley Com Whiskey, four yeara
old, is offered to the public, with tha
guarantee of It a perfect purity and
wholefomeness in every p.irticnlar.
This liquor H tht pur extract of
coR.t and n.iUi.KV, and U neither
Drugged, Liquored nor Watered In
any iiiKtanee. Sild only by
DU. A. M. LET: , BIt., i JruggLstM.
I.KE h waj:t hl'IX tFir.
A et'rtain cure for wart on horwe
and mules aw Col. Jo!m Ahford,
('apt. Cornelius l'artrick, Capt. W.
Luc im FaLsnn, Mr. W, H. Falcon,
Col. Abner M. Falson and hundrtdt
of others in Sampson and adjoining
countie. will certify. Sa'l only by
T. J. LEfc Druggie.
WORMS IN HOUSES.
Ix-e's Worm SjH-cific never falN in
exiel wr,iH from horse? and mules.
Warrawt xi in every ea. Sold only by
T. J. LEE, Dniiorist.
HOasR AND CATT1.K TOWDEIW.
We i Ifer unaer this head the Uwt
nd.tion I'owtleM in the market,
i h e j are prepared by the lending
Drug Houmj ef the United States,
1 1 otu tlu? formula of Dr. Willianw,
After the 1st Monday in January
I am compelled iy law to advertise
for sale all lands on which taxes
levied for the preceding year have
not been paid. I am compelled to
settle the State and-School Taxes
promptly, and to give every hotly a of England, the most dinttngnlshod
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.
ill iuu v liiao uj uukiiug jrviovfuj i j o , . . t,
of limited means to own homes, also dress was, no doubt, a good one and Hardy Brmngton Wham Bunting,
operating as a savings bank for those j much enjoyed by all who heard it. gJJJ andS,
able to make small deposits only, ; The Order is a popular and rapidly discharffed, $2.00 and cost, f 1.09 and
and then again making these accu- growing one ana tnougn me ioage cost, ?1.00and cost, SI. 00 ana cost
On the return home of the gallant
and handsome boys of th e Wilming
ton Light Infantry frm the Samp
son fair they adopted the following
Wwerkas. On the occasion of the
recent visit of this command to Clin
ton, by invitation of the executive
committee of the Sampson county
Agricultural Association, to act as
an escorx io xneir uisuuguisucu
Gov. Lee of Virginia, we were made
the recipients of most tnougntiui
and generous attentions from our
comrades in arms of the Second
Regiment, and also from the entire
Resolved, That this command,
sensible of the honor and courtesy
of the Sampson Light Infantry, and
of the estimable citizens of Clinton,
returns its hearty thanks for their
multiplied kindnesses, with the ear
dest hope that Wilmingten aud her
soldiere may have an early opportu
nity of a thorough reciprocation.
The W. L. I. was the recipient of
many deserved compliments while
here. No company in all the State
Guard contains a more gentlemanly,
finer looking or better drilled body
of men, in our opinion. When Wil
mington's time to reciprocate cemes
we may rest assured that she will
do her part in most royal style. The
hospitality of Wilmington and Wil
mingtonians is only equalled by that
of Clinton ana nniouians.
Goi.DsnoKO, N. C, Oct. 2;?, 1889.
Mrs. Joe Person, Madame: About
April, 18S7, I treated Sam Privett,
a lad about 15 years of age, for scrof
ula, afflicting the glands of the nook.
In spite of all treatment it grew
from bad to worse, finally suppera
ting and becoming l inning sores.
In the latter part of that year you
were in Goldsboro and saw the loy
and proposed to treat h!n. I had
done all that I could for him and
considered his chances for life very
small, and told you so, and Diat if
you could even benefit him with
your Remedy I would give you a
certificate of that fact. That you
have done your part the boy is now
a living witness, and I shall not
hesitate to furnish your Remedy in
any similar case I may be called on
to treat. Very truly.
THOS. HILL, M. D.,
. For sale by Clinton Druggists and
bv W. A. Johnson, Clinton, L.
convenient opportunity to par with
out cont, I or one ol my Deputies
will meet them at the following
times and places :
Halls, Monday, December 16th,
Newton Grove, Tuesd:Cv, Dice in
ner, 17th, 1889.
Westbrooks, Wcdnesd iv, Decem
ber 18th, 1889.
Mingo, Thursdav, December 19th,
Taylor's Bridge, Wednesday, De
cember 18lh, 1889.
Franklin, (NewkirkV Bridge)
Thursday,' December 19th. 18S9.
Lisbon, Friday, December 2oth,
North Clinton,. Saturday, Decem
ber 21st, 189.
Dismal. (Autry's Store Saturday,
December 21st, 1889.
McDaniels, Monday, Decemlier
lioneycutts, Monday December
Little Coharie, Tuesday, Decem
ber 21th, 1889.
South Clinton, Tuesday, Decern
be-r 21th, 1889.
Turkey, Friday. December 27th,
Piney Grove, Tuesday, lAK'ember
Let everyone be sure and seftle
and save cont.
J. M. SPELL, Sheriff.
This Nov. 30th, 1889. deco-lm
Veterinary Surgeon living. They
are exeellcut appetir.ers, a general
alterative and tonic, ami can t
relied upon a a remedy for all dlv
asos oi domestic animals. They aro
POMiHwed of Llcorleo Root, Juniper
Berries, flaxseed. Gentian, mager.
Iron and Antimony, hold only by
Dr. A. M. Lks & Bko., Druggists.
mulated deposits available capital to
be loaned at a reasonable rate of in
terest, thus facilitating business and
making new enterprises posible.
The old fashioned Oyster Roast
given by the young men to the
members of the Young Ladies Cook
ing Club, at Col. J. 11. Beamans,
last evening, was pronounced by all
a success, as a novel and enjoyable
treat. Three barrels of oysters,
equal in flavor to the famous succu
in Clinton was but recently organiz
ed, it has already an excellent mem
Tt i r,iAint to take, cures Malaria. Indigea-t -, ,
tion.ind BiiiMMneaa. Ail dealers keep it eiu uyuu unvcus, hwo
Dr. D. Reid Parker, of Trinity
College, will deliver an address in
the interest of the Farmers' Alliance
in Clintou on the 1st Friday in Jan-
nary. He hopes to meet a large
number of the brethren of this sec
tion, and we feel Hurc he has some
thing good in store for them.
The Mayor also kept a sharp eye for
other wrong doers. Richard -bra
zier, James Miles, Willie Hatcher
and Frank Green, fined respectively
$5.00 and cost, $25.00 and cost.'
Bncklen's Arnica Salre.
The best Salve in the world lor Cuts,
Brtises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Coras, and all Sfcn Jurapuou.
and positively cures Piles, or no pay
requiren. It 18 guaranieeu uivv. yi;r
iect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For ;de- by
Dr. K. II. llOLUDAY.
TdLOLTAX) A Y'S
"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES
Read the following tejstimonlairt.
which are a sample of the hundreds
we have received :
J. C. Ili;u, Hobton, N. Cv I
ued a fntir of your Plow Linn Ring
last year. I find they are eader for
the horse, convenient and a great
protection to plow lino., and would
not be w ithout them. Can recom
mend them to every farmer.
J. II. PACKER, Keener, N. C.
J. C. Hobbs, Fi. I hnve lecn
uing your Rim Ring and am well
pleased with them.
J. C. HOL5BS,
dee.r tf Hobton, N. C.
Two Story Brick Stores !
Just being completed, situated at
the end of McKoy street, next to
my old stand, suitable fer mercan
tile or Uber purpases. AL-o the
UP STAIRS '
of the large Brick Store, the firtt
floor of which is now occupied by
J. H. Royai. This space is suitable
for Barber Shop, restaurants, etc.
For particulars apply to.
decl9 2s J. E. ROYAL.
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. Ifyouwilldo thU 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.
XEAll THK DEPOT.
Sainp!eI!ooins and Special Omrenien
c : ror irarcung jipu.
The Fare is the best the market
affords, whicb is always served in
In addition to my complete line good wholwome style.
Board, pet' day, only $ 1 50
" " week, 4 00
month, 12 00
The patronage of the traveling
public is repectfulpj solicited.
feepl tf Proprietor
o'fpure and reliable Drugs, I carry
Warner's Log Cabin Remedies, B.
B. B., the S. S. S., Quinine In small
and large quantities; Simmon's Liv
er Regulator, Famous Specific Or
ange Blossom, Cuticura Remedies,
Dr. Pierees Favorite Prescription,
the Golden Medical Discovery,
JEWELRY AfSD CLO0KS1
Ol V . V a, viuaiicr uraau.) i ;o:
Prescriptions carefully compound
ed. Local and ofilce practice upon re
augl tf DR. R. II. IIOLLIDAY
Mariied, on the 28th of Novem
ber, 1889, in this county, at the resi
dence of Thomas E. Phillips, by Rev
Geo. W. Best, Mr. Walter D. Win
ders and Miss Mary E. Guy. The
attendants were Mr. George W. Mc-
Gowan with Miss Georgia A. Win
ders; Mr. Alsa B. Winders with
Miss Sarah Q- McGowan.
Are you made miserable by Indiges
tion, Coupfmation. Dizziness, foss of
Aipctit-, Yellow- Skin? IL'jII'S
VITALIZE! is a Twsmve cure, ror
sale bv Dr. It. II. iioLUDAY, Clinton,
and W, P. KjfSAECT, Warsaw, N. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
ing qualified as executor to
the last will and testament of Jas.
H. Lamb, dec, notice is hereby giv
en to all persons holding claims
asainst the estate of said testator, to
present them within twelve months
from the date hereof, duly authen
ticated, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to come forward
and make immediate payment.
J. C. LAMB, Executor
Wr. S. Thomsox, Attorney.
December 18th, 18S9. l9-6t
T2 Y VIRTUE OE A DECREE OF j
the Superior Court of Sainton
county, the undersigned will seh, by
public sale, at courthouse door in
Clinton, on the 30th of December,
1889, the following described lands,
situated in Taylor's townshi p, S amp-
son county, N . C, known as the
lands of Price Boon, deceased, und
located and adjoining the lands of
HaywxMl Register, Ira roweil and
Pa vis Powell, containing 220 acres,
more or less, to le sold in two lots
of 114J acres each.
I liave junt received a lanre loi of
Eleiant Jewelry. ThU I will guaran
tee to the purchaser to be just as rep
resent!. I hell no cheap, '"fire guilt",
goods but carry a staniIakd lik or
hold fkon'T mH. The attention of
the ladit-n is called to the latest etrles
of isKEAST pins tbcv arc thin?a of
llio ol'J reliable and iutndara rUll
THOMAS CIJCK3 always in tock,
iu various styles ainl sizc-s.
JsjT licpainnj or v atcbes and Llocka
and mending Jewelry is a specialty.
All work I do 'm guaranteed la give en
tire satisfaction. .
sep5-rtf G. T. RAWL8.
DBrjrREjrxEPS liqcor habit iu
all the World there i bot ene core.
Dr. Hairnet' Golden gpecifie.
It an b (riren in a obt of t oreotfe without
the knwled ot the perton takia U, efftD
prndr and permanent core, whether the jnauentwa
nTnmtit dAnksr ot kb klccfaolic wrack. Thunmada
ot drunkards have been cared who h-re taken tne
Golden SpeciEe tn thetr coffee withoat their kol
i a .mi tAitv relieve thev suit drinkintf of tuetr
own free will, lift barwfnl eflect re-ulu from Ua
-dminictration. Core Roaranted. 8end for cir
cular and full particnlarf. Addrew In eonfidroce.
1,000 BUSHELS PRIME
WUl also sell, on 4th day of Jann- -p 11cf Trrrf Hofa I
y, 189, at the town of Magnolia, JX US U XTTOUI UUto I
IN IX)TS TO SUIT !
Rare bargains in job lots of
TOB -rVO CO,
And a full stock of Fancy and Sta
ple Groceries, Fiah, fcc.
Consignment8! of Cotton and Na
val Stores solicited and caref nlly
HALL & PEARSALL,
Wtolesile Grocers k ComaSssica KercSaats.
10 AND 13 SOUTH WATER ST
WlLMIXGTOS, is. C.
Duplin county, JS. C, im acres,
more or less, and known as the lands
of Nicholas Matthis, deceased, and
being the lot drawn by wife of Da
vis Powell in the division of the
lads of the said Nicholas Matthis,
Terms of Sale, 2-5 per cent, cash,
balance ot purchase money payable
in 12 months, with note and approv
ed security. Title reserved until
purchase money is paid.
. WM. S. 31 AT .'HIS.
nov28 1m Administrator.
Dr too art a1! worn rrr.l, rc.L y ood far not'ilng
, It U general iebUit)t. Trj -
h-' HHOJf Iff OS BITTEBM. "
U will cure you. and (pve a rfl appeUUs. Sold
by aU 0a ia njcdlane.
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