The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Jan. 2, 1890, edition 1 /
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t5T "Want" and IlnMneaa Notter can be
inxcrU'd in thU column at tn ecnfa a Mm-,
" UOIWE KOIi KALK.
A good farm hore, guaranteed .7
ywrs M, Bonml hihI will work any
U'li'e. Will M?n for rali or jjoxl
not. ' (.!'. Jkuomk,
riiiituii, x. .
The v;tciuit ! t froMtin W. A.
JohnH)N xtor' will bo hM on Jan.
The Spring ' t-rm of Mis- Mary
Lou Brown' school in the Msi-onlc
IvTmIc will open "Thursday Jan. 2:id
So to . F. IM well' for Jmvlry,
HpertaclfH, Notions, I)ry (oods,(;ro
cfrie, OrMif, Ajj!fs. (.'andy.
Attkxtiov ! J. A. i-V-r: -M 'h cost
s:ilc commenced to-lay. lltrgain
very day till he soil out.
First-, i.ws MILL ItOCK from
to jx-r pair. Address
It. M. Hoy a i.,
V. A. JoiaiH.'!! - ml ii XftV
:ir ice iini," to ill I ; 4 t: -t i-
a- too ousy to
1 1" you want a Trunk cheap call at
T. M. Fkrkemh.
Amoi. the i-retty things I saw at
tli- Fayotteville Centennial wiw
some very pretty Hewers carved on
marble l.y Mr. E. T. Marks. He in
fotincd mo that he has worked in
several large cities North before
imilng to this State. He is now
immnp-or of the Fayettevllle Marble
Works for ('h:i. A. (Joodwin, the
well-known .Marftle dealer of the
old North Slate. Parties who are
io i! d of jrftod, tirst-chi.ss work will
do well call on him at Mio Raleigh
or 1'ayetteville yard.
"Kate Grave'y" Tobacco, the
(. ;.( A.Vi's flight, at
Ii. F. roVKLl.
Index to w Advertisements.
Carolina Veneer Works. A. F.
Selling Out a Cost. J. A. Ferrell.
M Alt Kin's.
(Itfpoitid iy A. F. Johnson & Co )
'orn. (how) . .
10 to 124
15 to 25
13 to 20
20 to "
10 to 12.
4 50 to 5 50
03 to 05
1 1 1 til -! .
Tlll lit HX , (llll ill
ii sib .inu l cnuw I'lpi -
.' . . . !
Spicitjj Turpentine, . . . 41 per gallon
linMii. (strained) .... Jul per barrel
(srood stntiiifil) . . S5 ier barrel
Tar, ?1 ;v ier barrel
Crude Turptntiiit, (Hard) . . SI 15
( irgin and Yeliow
Pip) ..... 2 15
Cotton, ..... Ui
'fiinler, per in.. - - - ;l 00 to 13 00
We will advertise tree of charge
for any articlt h 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.
to canvass for the sale of Nursery
Stock!' Steady employment guar
anteed. GOOD PAY for successful
men. Apply at once, stating age.
Mention this paper.
lUbama Nursery Company, Hanti.ille, lit.
Lumber BriJgcIIigh School.
Spring Session Opens Jan. 6th, lbiK).
A thorough, practical, wide-awake
that means busmess.' Location
healthful and l?oard ami Tuition
quito reasonable. He sure to semi
for Circulars lefore sending your
children elsewhere. Address,
J. A. MONUOE, A.M., Prin.
dec2i; lm Lumber Bridge. N. C.
NEAR TTIR DEPOT.
S a in pQ Rooms and Special CoHtcnien
e; for Trareliu? Mfn.
The Fare is the Dot the market
affords, which is always served in
good wholesome style.
Board, per day, only ? 1 50
V 4 week, 4 00
month, 12 00
The patronage of the traveling
public is respectfully solicited.
W. E. BASS,
yep 19 tf Proprietor
Two Story ..Brick Stores 1
Just being completed, situated at
the end of McKoy street, next to
rnr old stand," suitable far mercan
tile or e ther purposes. ; AL?o the
UP STAIRS j
of the large Brick Store, the" first
floor of which is now occupied by
J. IL Kojal. This space, is suitable
for Barber Shop, resteurants, etc.
For particulars apply to.
decl9..2t , t J. E, ROYAL.
rw., . xr rouu ttAcrc Acnzs
you are all worn out, really rood fcr nothing
tt.m R"S IROX KITTiRS.
uwui cure you i. ajd eive a poo.1 appeUtew Sold
tj ail deaifs in UH-dicine.
I . -I
The 8iiu.jj m County Alliance
meat! tomorrow. Dr. !. Heid l'r
1 ker will aMres the body.
-Just us wf zi toprs ve receive
an aeoll ff (,n
Union meeting of
tho South 11
-r Apwistioa at
u.f. r .si i mmiRS'oiier r. u
Worth, who Iips teeii 5H'nding a
few day-; th r. !ativ'S i ) FayHto
ville, returned Tusday.
V r ploased to learn that
Cai't. W. IT Forvto and family off
Lync'onrg, Va., will locate in Clin
ton. Wo welcome them us citizen i
in our mid-t.
Mr. (. E. Alphin has moved
liis Kock of goods into the store re
cently occupied by M. E. Ilobbaand
Jiro., where he can have room to do
a larger bushier.
Rev. F. I). Swinde!!, will preach
in the Prewby terian church on next
Saturday and Sabbath and hold the
quarterly conference for this circuit
on Saturday Jan. 4th
Mis Lots Anderson of tho Fac
ulty of thy Clinton Female Institute
will be married to Mr. J. M. Mclvcr
of Gulf, N. C, in the Presbyterian
Church today ht 2: in p m.
Protracted meeting will com
mence in the Presbyterian church
in Clinton on Friday before the sec
ond Sunday in January, conducted
by State Evangelist Morton.
-Matt Faison, colored, who rob
bed Mr. Charlie Butler's dwelling
on Christmas day, was picked up by
our vigilant Chief of police, W. J.
King, on last Monay at Warsaw.
He was with a gang of exodusters
bound for Georgia.
The young gentlemen who gave
the Oyster Boast at Col. J. B. Bea
tnan'n, wish to return thanks to the
host and hostess and especially to
Mi . S. G. Worth, without whose
kind and etttcent supervision the
entertainment could not have been
the complete success that it was.
--A halt a dozen or more young
men are indebted to Miss Mamie
Faison for spending last Friday e
vening most pleasantly. At about
ten o'clock the party adjourned
from the whist and euchre tables to
the dining hall where a deligtful col
lation ot dainty viands was served.
An expert from New York has
been at the Carolina Veneer Works
for a week or more putting in one of
the Ilarker Sprinkler Systems. The
The reservoir of water is on a high
frame standing by and towering a
bove the buildings. It the factory
should catch on fire the sprinklers
will work automatically.
Almoftt a serious accident hap
pened to a factory girJ, Miss Dolly
Grifiith, at the Carolina Veneer
Works yesterday. Her dress was
caught in one of the rapidly revolv
ing butter dish machines and almost
Mterally torn from her. She was
thrown violently against the ma
thine, but only slightly hurt.
Ninety five negroes have left
Clinton since Tuesday morning for
Georgia. Pity they did not take
their families with them. A train
of 14 crowded cars loaded with ne
groes for Georgia passed down the
W. A W. road Tuesday, More than
a thousand negroes have left Eastern
Carolina within the past three days.
A large balloon, probably 3
feet in diameter, with a red light
attached, but with no one in it, was
sent up from Clinton amid shouts
and applause on Christmas evening.
Hundreds of gazers watched the fla
ming air ship till it appeared as a
star a point of light in the heavens.
Can any one in form us where it fell?
Mr.,Beunctt, one of the distillers
here, bought on Tuesday, Dec. 31st,
from Mr. Daniel Chesnutt a barrel
of 1890 turpentine. The boxes were
cut In the fall with the expectation
of dipping virgin next spring, but
so warm has been the weather that
the boxes filled and Mr. Chesnutt
ppKreeded to dip. Is tkere anything
on record to equal it?
The young folks' Club met last
Friday night at the residence of Mr.
Abram Hobbs. The membershi p of
the Club is about twenty five. The
evening was certainly one of jollity
and good cheer. A most palatable
repast was seived late in the even
ing. The young men of Clinton
are certainly fortunate that the town
is blessed with such girls as ours.
-Mr. O. F. Herring, Register of
Deeds, requests us to state that the
combination of the safe in his office
is out of order so that he can not o
pen it, but that as soon as this diffi
culty is overcome that all business
submitted to him will receive
prompt attention. But marrying can
go on as u3ual, for our good hear ted
Register has hal u3 to print a lot of
license so that the loving couples
may not be deterted from the bliss
that ha to be.
The youngladies' Club held its
regular meeting on last Monday ev-
eniHitat tne residence ot iur. vt .
rd In spite of the very in-
t weather there was a large
ance. The genial and gra-
lost and hostess did much to
bute to the pleasure of the c-
In' fact time did fly with
such rtsilken wing that the hour for
departure struck all with : Cinderilla
11 Ke aSAomuiueiti. a lie ucit uiwi-
ing w-iB be at the residence of Col.
J. RjJJeaman on Tuesday night,
Janul f Hth. The appreciative
hopelJl every young man is that
the4f Jeligtful meetings may never
sea hi 1r pocipone wnne we areinus.
j The Carolina Veneer Work fa
J over ran with orders. We under
stand from the Sup. tht the f.irto
ry h now filling an order f-m Jack
sonville, Yin , for (SO Hi cran md
2'.0,00o berry baskets. They havs a
standing order for :i many b;?ter
dishe and or.tu .' loxes as tht-y are
able to turn "Ut. Thf fa'-Mc.!'. of
j th former is now al-oul one :..?!!Im
! and of tho hvter fifty t!.o.-! j r
J month. l!Vl.nl(n ha! ov-ral m-rv
sucn riterpri-ie, ': pulthn
j would soon be 5000.
Apintmiit f-jr aiajB Cirtait
lr-t Sunday in January, 11 a. m.,
Halls; :. 30 p. tn., 'Aon; 2nd mj i
day, 11 a m liethei; "nl Sun-Jay 1!
a m Andrews Cliapel; S.:W p m
Grt en's; 1th Sunday 11a m Magecs
3.30 p m Concord. We hope ever
y member will 5e proentat the first
meeting in January to nay what he
shall contribute to the support of the
ministry. Come one, om; all, and
make your own assessments for 1890.
J. E. Bkistowk, P. C.
Kev. Mr. yittk'n Lertare.
Rev. O. P. Meeks lectured m the
Baptist church on "The Home" last
night. He said: The homo lies at
tlyi base of the entire social fabri c,
hence the tremendous influence of
the family life upon the nation.il
life. Other social and ec oait c
questions have toi lone divert-d at
tention from the tV.mily life, and
tend to disintegrate rather than ti
build up society, lie called atten
tion to several evil causes that as
sail the integrity of the home, such
as-foreign or European influences,
the vanity of fashion, the open sa
loon and the various social vices.
These are the destuctive agencies of
the home. What shall he the con
structive agencies ? Some of those
he mentioned are, the entire de
struction of polygimy, just and uni
form divorte laws, the bettor tilling
up and adorning of the home, keep
ing out bad literature by putting in
that which is good and attractive,
more time and attention of both fa
ther and mother to the religious, so
cial and intellectual training of their
children at home, rather than to
leave such important work entirely
to the day and sabbath schools. He
gave many interesting and instr uc
tive points which space and time
forbid us to mention.
The Caucasian for ISSO.
Father time is to-day on his sec.
ond day's march around the 1890th
circle by the christian calendar.
That the "happy new year" may be
a happy old year u twelve month
hence is our sincere greeting and
earnest hope for us all. Eess than
two years since commenced our con
nection with Thk Caucasian, and
a little more than a year since we be
come sole editor and proprietor. We
have striveii to do what we con
ceived to be our duty as the editor
of a country newspaper. Our. swell
ing subscription list (with nearly a
thousand new subscribers) tells the
story of an appreciating public. For
this and the many kin'l things said
of us nnd the paper we are pro
We make no promises for the com
ing year, for we will at all times
give you the very best paper within
cur power. Our success will he
measured by your kind, partial, ap
preciative and broad and generous
support, which we shall strive to
Let every good citizen come to
our assistance and help -s well v the
subscription list to 2000.
The Masquerade ball at tho Mur
phy House on New Year's eve was
quite a success. Nearly all the dis
guises were complete and some of
the costumes were very novel and
pretty. The disguises of Messrs. W.
S. Micks and Charlie Patterson were
so cleverly done that they escaped
the detection of auy one. Mayor
Thomson, disguised as a lady, was
charmingly sly and coy and very
popular with the boys, much to
their chagrin after the unmasking.
Mary Herring, the little daughter
of Mr. Henry Herring, personated
the Farmers' Alliance. The skirt
of her dress was pine straw bagping
with the word "Alliance"diagonaI
ly across it in large letters. The
waist was of cotton cloth literally
covered with cotton bolls open with
long locks hanging. Misses Bettie
Murphy, Muriel Richardson and
Mamie Oates did great honor to our
office by wearing costumes made of
Caucasians. The editor was for
once proud of what his paper con
tained. Tht costume of Mfss Bet
tie Murphy was, indeed, very pret
ty. Every inch of it was ma3e of
paper, the skirt and waist plaited,
while across, iu a very artistic man
ner, ran bars of the head line of the
paper The Caucasian. She wore
a very becoming and stylish turban
of the same material, with Thk
Caucasian head line forming the
bar in front. She carried in her
hand also a Caucasi an flag. Miss
Mittie Beaman, bearing a U. S. flag,
was attired in a striking and becom
ing costume of stars and stripes,
with a cone shaped turban of the
same. Misses Ina Hobos and Rena
Micks personated Martha Wash
ington. Miss Eil lie Moore, a nun.
There are other costumes that
deserve special mention, but
space forbids, if we can stop here
without being invidious. : Just at
12 o'clock the bells tolled cut she old
and pealed in joyfully the-new year.
One more quadrille aud the party
adjourned in the early mom of Jan
uary the 1st 1690.
All ThivJUL'h the County;
I m int SaKipooaliaf $rr Mng aatf
t KPt0!ld 4 t5o n-V
MtVeriberto Tiik CaCCakIAX his
k;!i 1,1 lurx ?:nl'llJ. A. WiliiaitwofEunic, Ha.,
i.s:!e iNsms o urw m "Ins Or ftcf , .
f fieighl-hMMl for t!tw column. .' v" llnz a tVw dy- In
v:5! not j' lhH-h ym r i inui ujtU vwn.
y..j de-Ire h.c' V iU v. Er.kino Pope of Clialk 1 ev
UTTT.r -:IARIK fel, X. C , plad u a vitWHni ,n,u
, of 0-on-
vilie ha-? U f.t MK ii-luv.: i',' merry
Christmas holiday- with relative in
'Hit laying of ::vs :u;d rail on the
C. F. Y. V. R. It. is no-.v going
on at anci m-.tr RjhoIkmto.
Mr. Street Brewer iuid wife who
have been visiting frismds anil re- f
latives in Moore co iily returned
home on the 2?th Inst-m: t- t.ik-j
charge wf their -chool at Hayne.
Toot ! toot ! ! went thy whistle aud
in came the train to Roseboro for
the first time on last Tuesday even
Mr. Jojm W. Under wooJ received
a painful hurt last week while haul
ing timber. The falling sweep of a
timber wagon struck and badly cut
and bruised his uosi aud upper lip.
Dr. J. A. Stevens was called in and
dressed the wound.
We an; pained to learn that Mrs
Everett Peterson i quite low.
Rev. D. C. Rogers of Harrell's
Store a y iungman of about 20 years
of age filled the pulpit at Salem on
last Sunday. Mr. Rodgers has a
very pleasant style and made a good
impression upon his congregation.
His mother JUrs. j lodgers has re
cently moved her family consisting
of herself and two sons into the
neighborhood to getths advantages
of Salem school. We hoie the school
will continue prosperous and their
the neighborhood perma-
There was u much enjoyed social
gathering At the residence of Mr.
Daniel Kornegay on last Friday
night. Though of an impromptu
nature there was quite a number of
young ladies and young men pres
ent, and the evening wasspent as
pleasantly as could have been
Married, at the residence of the
bride's mother, or. the 29th day of
December, 1SS9, Mr. E. M. Lee and
Miss Sarah R. Frazier, Allen Paugh
try, J. P., officiating. The attend
ants were as follows: J. M. Parker
with Miss Nannie Frazier.J. S. Wil
liams w ith Miss Nora Bizzeil, J. E.
Warren with Miss Sarah Williams,
J. B. Lee with Miss Annie Williams.
J. C. McCullen and little daugh
ter, of Conway, Ark., are visiting
friends and relatives in Sampson.
We have been shown, by Mr. A.
H. Merritt, an old Spanish coin,
made in 1808. It is silver and ex
The second fox chase of the season
by the Clinton fox club took place
last Friday morning. The party .of
fourteen started at 6 o'clock, at 7:30
the fox was jumped and after a very
pretty and exciting chase of two
hours the handsome aunimal was
caught. The $10.00 in prizes offered
by Dr. J. A. Stevens was awarded
The $5.00 prize for the dog that
lead the chase was awarded to the
owner, Mr. Abram Matthis, the
second prize $2.00 to Mr. Harvey
Scott, the $3.00 prize for the hunter
who firsc got to the fox when caught
to Mr. Harvey Scott. But the most
highly prized prize, the brush, the
trophy of the chase was won by Miss
Mittie Beaman, in whose cape it
floated gracefully, "the cynosure of
neighboring eyes" as the party
returned homeward triumphant.
Just alter the chase, when the aj
petitesof all had been -whetted by
the exercise, bracing air, excitement
an i success, Mrs. M. M. Killett in
vited the party to lunch, andaroy.il
lunch it was. Never did a hungry
party more enjoy a timely treat.
Upon reaching town the party wa
again invited to lunch at the resi
dence ot Mr. R. J. Williams. The
whole party is much indebted to our
kind host and his charming wife
for the handsome way in which they
were entertained and feastof. Take
it all in ail, we doubt if ever there
wa in the history of the county a
more enjoyable chase. The club
followed up its success of Friday
-with another chase Saturday morn
ing, this time scoring a double vic
tory, reducing by two the popula
tion of the Reynard tribe.
Master Richard Hubbard of Fay
etteville spent the holidays in town.
Mr. Eldrige Iee, a merchant of
Dunn, gave us a pleasant call on
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson re
turned last night from a visit to
Rev. C P. Jerome who has been
visiting ia Randolph returned last
Mr.' R. B. Strickland of McRae,
Ga., was in town Tuesday stopping
with. Rev. C P. Jerome.
Mr. J. A. Fc rreil with children
list vialtini? hr mothor. Mr. lir.
Hansen Mcrphy of Pender
Mr. Motley HuUbanl or Wll-
from vnuUm,n?rloa hts I"ng ft IVw-
31. J. A. MCDOWP'1 ,J- Sni,i,r.
i wbiK' visiting rt-Iativcs fn ttmouu-
j ty dar-nj the holidays.
s fP r xt.,i. . r t
! lr 51. Jli Ivor of Mioie v
ty, tiay'g bridegroom, (Mclvcr -Anderson)
was registered at the
Murphy House last night.
MLs Mamie Kai-on of the faculty
of PeKee Institute, who ha been
spending the holidays at ''ome, Capt.
W. L. Faison's, re. timed ye-terday
to Iin!eigh. ...
Mr. James A. Mo-ek y t f the firm
of McKimmon, Moseloy and McGee,
Italeigh, N. C, and hU ife have
Ireen spending the holidays with
relatives in Clinton.
Mr. Duncan E. Mclver of Moore
county is in town. Our readers will
rumemocr uiai ue came within a
few votes of receiving tho nam ina
tion for State Auditor in the last
State Convention. It was for him
that Sampson ea-t her vote till the
The r ulplt and tie Stairc.
Rev. F. M. Si. at. Pastor United
Brethren Church. Blue Mound, Kan.,
fnys: "i led it uiv luiv to tell the wha
wouiVr Dr. Kinsr's New l)icowrv hut
done tor inc. Mv hr.iua wi re badlv dia
eased, and my parishioners thought I
could l:ve oi:Iv a few weeks. I took
live bottles ot Dr. King's New covt rv
and am timr Found nap well, caininj 20
Iu;ii3 in weigiii.'
ArthiT Love, Manager Loves Fu:m v
l.nlt. . S t i : . . . .
a Oiivh onioi:.aiioii, wins: Alter a
thorough trial and convincing evidence
i am cor.nuciit in jmiiijm ew Discov
ery for Consumption, beats Vm all.
and. cures when everything ele fails.
1 he sreatest kindness I can do mv manv
thousand lriends is to urg them t. trv
it." Free trial bottles at li. II. IIoHi-
dav's Drug Store. Regular izo 5') etn
!Niiiety-niiie per cent, of am-
Ibition to try, and one per cent.
of talent, is all that is necessary
to success in whatever we un
is uudoubtedly caused by laitie acid in
the blood. This acid attacks the fibrous
tissue? , and causes the pains ami aches
in the back, shoalders, knees, ankles,
hips and wrists. Thousands of people
have lound in IIoodxs Sarsaparilla a pos
itive cure for rheumatism. This medi
cine, by its purifying action, neutralizes
the acidity of the blood, and also builds
up and strengthens the whole body.
WHY WILL YOU COUGH when
Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief?
Price 10 cents. 80 cent and tl. For sale
by Dr. R. II. Holltday, Clinton, and
W. p. Kennedy, Warsaw, N. C.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made misera
ble by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the Remedy for you. For sale
by 11. II. IIolliday, Druggist. Clinton,
and w. P. Kennedy, Warsaw, N. C.
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath, by Shiloh'a Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
free. For sale by R. II. Hoixiday,
Druggist. Clinton, tod W. P. Kennedy,
W arsaw, . C.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured by Sliiloh's Cure, we
guarantee it. For sale by R. n. IIolli
day, Druggist. Clinton, and W. P. Ken
nedy & Co., Warsaw, N. C.
Mis. Joe Person's Remedy,
Goldsboro, N. C, Oct. 23, 1889.
Mrs. Joe Person, Madame: About
April, 1887, I treated Sam Privett,
a lad about 15 years of age, for scrof
ula, afflicting the glands of the nock.
In spite of all treatment it grew
from bad to worse, finally suppera
ting and becoming running sores.
In the latter part of that year you
were in Goldsboro an saw the boy
and proposed to treat him. I had
done all that I could for him and
considered his chances for life very
small, and told you so, and that 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
by W. A. Johnson, Clinton, N. C.
"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES
Don't wait to get siefc, 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 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
of pure and reliable Drugs, I carry
Warner's Log Cabm Remedies, B.
B. B.', the S. S. S., Quin ine in small
and large quantities; Simroon'sLiv
er Regulator, Famous Specific Or
ange Blossom, Cuticura Remedies,
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription,
the Golden Medical Discovery,
Horse and Cattle Powder (1 pound
packages prepared by the Herb Co.
ofW. Va, Quaker brand.)
Prescriptions carefully compound
ed. Local and offlce practice upon re
quest. Respectfully, ,
augl tf DR. R. H. IIOLLIDAY.
DRUJTKEXXESS LIQUOR HABIT iai
ail ffc Werld there i bat ae emre.
. Dr. xtaiMs' ttldem Specific
r It caa fee rlTea la a tmpvt tea or reSee whitest
tb kaowled ot th smoa taking it, rffectisg a
apeedr and tenuat car, wfeetker tha Mtieart u a
aietoata 4 linker r aa aleohotic wreck. Tbewaada
ef fraakarda aar beta twi whaks takes Ik
6pl4a Spaciftc ia thr ceaea wUkoat tkatrkBwl
dfa. aad today toiae. tkev ait dnakin at tkWr
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fadaUaictoatroik. Oana caaraateei. aaa4 for cir
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Mrf. Prances Hodeson Burnett.
Mrs. Margaret Del and.",
Mrs. Florence Howe Hall.
Mrs. Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren.
Mrs. Harriet Prescott Gpoffcrtf.
Mrs. Emma Alleo Brown.' "
Mary Kyle Dallas.
Judge Albion W. Tourgee.
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Greeting to You
Remember we Lave ja?t received a full stock of
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of Edge lools. Vla.) a big lot of Axes, every one guannt. el to
stand. - . .
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Always on hand.
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at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. . J rceivea
Also Touacco, Cigars, Sunff, Tinwaro, Potwar: Cockery an-1
We ask' you to examine our Goods and i'rices before buying.
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Contributors for 1890
Robert Leuls Stevenson.
Frank H. Convorse.
C. F. Holder.
Dr. Felix L. Oswald.
Rev. Emory J. Hayne.
Prof. W. C. Kltchln.
Address : EOEEST SOITSR 3 SOWS, . :w WMh
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Rev. '2r. John r. Pfn'
Rev. Dr. Jane McCfr-.
Prof. S. r". rjrt-ycns.
Prof. J. H. Cor?e?oV.
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