The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Jan. 9, 1890, edition 1 /
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THE CAUCASIAN'S RECORD.
One year ;igc it was Iw thtin MX) j
Advertiser tliiuV of this.
rLINTOy." X I -JAN. '. 1MW.
Mr. Silas Slxefz, the fumi
tuio merchant, an esteemed cit
izen and clirlstiiri gentleman, !
died on Thurwday night in hi.s ;
Death haw ruthlessly invaded
many homes in the ia.st week
Amoik' the deaths is Mr. A. A
AfcKethm, Sr, wlio war for a
long time one ui the most
prominent citizens (f tin; coun
ty. He died on ltst Saturday
night aged HI years.
The Fayetteville liucket com
pany last week declared a divi
dend of ) per cent for the I wo
first nine mouths of its exis
tence, and this al ter an immense
expense. The capital stock will
be developed ritht away.
The Observer reports that
212,000 were expended in im
provements in Fayetteville du
lintf the year ISM. The report
did not include; small sums.
This is a good showing. Facto
ries and ether industiies we.e
established, and many hand
some buildings erected. There
is a number of vory handsome
residences being built n.)v
Extracts from Fayetteville Let
ter. Extract from the Fayette
THE OUTLOOK FOR 1890.
On new year's day the New
York World sent telegrams to a
hundred or more prominent
men in Europe and wneiica,
aakinif for fondest hope of each
for 1890. The following is iiov.
Fowle'a greeting in reply:
ltaleigh, N. C, Dec. SI. The pro
gress of the State durlnir 18'JO will
be very great. There is somo seri
ous distress in the eastern Beetion on
account of immense rainfall last
summer, but the food crops of the
State at large are ample. The crops
will be at a minimum cost. There
is enlarged diversification in pro
ducts, increased manufacturing and
hundreds of miles of new railroad
and water-ways There are perfect
health, profound peace and good-will
and patriotic purpose to do her share
in the destiny of the great republic.
Daniel G. Fowxk,
. 4 4k-
All Atlanta was filled with
- tfor...w W cdnvsMlay The gayetv
of a Christmas was eclipsed.
ine city wore sables. Men, wo-
men ana cinuiren stood besiae
the bier of a citizen and sorrow
ed. The man to whom this spon
taneous tribute was paid had
been an elitor. Il had been
earnest for the ritfht, brave in
J protecting the weak, out-spoken
in demanding justice for all
; He had made himsalf a power.
His influence was felt and recog
nized, and in his death every
honest citizen telt a personal
loss. The end crowned all. All
' honor to the memory of the no
: ble, warm-hearted, big souled
editor, Henry V. Grady. N. Y.
The last time before this that
la grippe appeared in this coun
try was in the first days of liar
rison's administration, and from
the fact that Vice-President Ty-
. ler was the first peison of note
, taken down with it it was then
known as "Tyler's Grip?." If
the present visitation is our
punishment for electing a liar
rison to the Chief Magistracy
the 'succession" will have to
pass through the female "line to
Resr. Cor. The Caucasian. 1
Washington, D. C, Jan. 8th.
The new memSer of the Uni-
ted States RnnrnmA Pnnrf .Tna.
,tice Brewer, took his seat on
cipientof many congratulations
B 41 .
jon nis unanimous renomi nation
- T A 4 1 -WW-
oj me iemocrais or toe Ken
tucky Legislature. Kentucky
' will never be, better represent-
'.I In ia Onniifn Vnn 4 - I
present, and the people of that
State see m to know it.
- The House committee on
Ways and Means still continue
to give dally hearirs to parties
Inin.nfln J3 ... 11 . T mi
lumimieu m me new iari u. x ne
-various trusts have been well
represented so far much better
than the Jarmers and other con
sumers. The Democratic mem
'bers of the committee are pay
ing strict attention to the hear
ings, and ask many embarrass
ig question?, particularly when
those cheeky individuals that
want the tariff raised on certain
aiticles in which they are finan
cially represented, are giving
iV.I. H! ti.ii. r i , -i "
iwou .bwb. ixjiiu iur. v;ariisie
and Mr. Mills are taking copious
notes, tie results of which will
probably be seen in masterly
speeches when the bill rets be
fore the;IIouse,which the repub
licans say will be in February,
AllillU'C Dt jKU tllK'llt.
JjoSt'Tjik Caivasian was adopt
ed as the official organ of tit- 'oj::
ty Alliauves by IheCounty Alliinicf,
; January 10th.
Prf ident W. E. Sir-veil;
Vice-Pr-.sideut K. M.C'r im
Secretary (). l lie ring;
Treasurer J. II. Ileamat. Sr.;
Jhj.siueeH Agent J. A. lute;
Serjeant-at-Arms I.. S. IV
terson; Jiiapiain if. v . .Muscle
I (tnrkfi'ticr--U . . . a .ire ;t i!
Assistant Door keeper I). W
Lecturer Manon l.'utler;
Assistant L.-'-luter P. I
Executive Ci:iniiiite J. A.
Oates, Chairman ; K. M. Cruji-
I pler.M. M. Killett,V. K I' rford,
C. E. Daniel.
Alliance trade CP rl - for sa.h;
at Tin; Cai:. 'Asian ofliee at '1
cents j er hundred.
The Sampson County
ers' AlliatiCo was culled
der in regular Quarterly session
by President V. E. St- vens, on
Friday, Jan. :jrd, lS!o, at 10:."!0
a. in The minutes of last meet
ing were iead aid apf roved.
Dr. David Keid ParkT then ad
dressed the A II is nee. His ad
dress was instructive and en
couraging to Alliance men. The
report of the Executive Com
mittee was received and adopt
ed. The reports of ,-nS Alli
ances showed a deficiency ol
funds to start a cannim; facto
ry and the Secretary was in
structed to return tin; amounts
taken .n stock to the suh-All:-ances.
Much other imno.tant
Kiii'iu.u 4 1 :i
"u'""'ro "furd,'lcu ,n,L 11
Wd. UOl Of a liatU! e proper to be
W. E. STEVENS, P.es't;
O. F. IIkkkinu, Sec'y.
At the la-t meeiiug- or the
County All iauco the pn!stion
of ass'stiii" the meuihors una
ble to buy fertilizer was tin It.-r
discussion. Mr. (;. E. Daniel
arose and said that if he con
tritjued to lidn a 1
, , , . ... ,
WOUld ba to something besides
the stuff called commercial fer
tilizers. That he would ludp
any member buy food and clo
thing, bu: uuano never. The
great applause that greeted
these remarks is an evidence
that iro i.t of our farmers have
determined to save money and
permanently improve their land
by ii3?ng plenty of good, .-olid,
old fashion home made? ira,
nure. Furm-yaril Manure.
)Vlien a practical fafmer t'l-edn
an:iuals o:i concentrated feod
Ing stuff, and applies the ma
nure so made to the land he
cultivates, he needs no chemist
to protect him from fraud; he
knows precisely what he -s a
bout. If he has established a
scientific and skillful rotation
of crops, sustained by a scientf-
ic and skillful system of fertil
ization, he knows that the ap
preciation of his land consti
tutes a safe investment of his
earnings. In thesd timer, when
masses of capital control and
have controlled legislation, the
tendency has 1 een to double
the valve of these vast aceunm
latiors by severe contraction of
the volume or money iu'exist
encc. The price..' ol bread stuffs
and. butchers' meats are reduced
to the lowest point, and to per
sist In thoir production involves I
continual shrinkage of the cap-
it 1 1 employed until finally it
prietor descends to the wage-
earnitig class, without capacity
to earn wages. He in apt to he-
eome a Ciiron.c office seeuer, a
tramp, a pauper, a crimin J or a
suicide, Uutthe ierislativ pol
icy which lowers the priees- of
the necessaries of life also builds
up a class of rich men who in
all lines oi consumption will
have be tat any price. The op
portunity is thus created for
special skill in various line of
agriculural indu-try, and espe
cially the auiinal industries.
Therfore we hear that an offer
of $75,000 for a two year old
colt. Therefore some breeders
are able to sell their yearling
colts by public auction for an
average of 1,000; whereas 500
is not an unusual fed for a stal
lion. Therefore a Kentucky
stock-farm containing 150 acres
was very lately sold for 105,000.
Inside these extreme limits the
shrewd farmer will he able to
develop a live-stock nusiness
which will at least support his
family, and he wdl accumulate
small gains by the improved
condition of his lands and con
sequent incruase of their value.
The animal industries, there-1
fore, seem to be the only branch :
oi iarming in wn.cn the outlay .
ior cuiiuue.ciai manures may
M - it -
be reduced to a minimum. i.
G. E. in National Ecjnomist.
'1IACKMET ACK,'' a la-tiazand fra-
graat pertuni". Price 25 and 50 cents.
For sale by Dr. Ii. II. IIolliday,
Druggn-t, Cliuton, atid XV. P. Kennedy,
Warsaw, X. '. n
Are you made miserable 1 y Indiges
tion, Coutiptiion, Uh'.ziue 8, Loss of
Apptit-, Yellow Skia? SHILOII'S
yil'ALlZEll is a ptisitive mru. For
sale by Dr. li. II. IIoixiday, Clinton,
aud W. P. Kenkedy, Warsaw, N. C,
- .t i t-
Wliii !. 4 ,.
P-.tr;. i J 1... I: :
If ti.-: f:it!."l ; .f tl,
gru;;..-d Ihv : .1.1
N;jjf" .f tlt i
r. j.-.!.J - hrr! ;,
;-v. r I . r--ai- a i
;n -!! , f.,r Ti; ;nk h:;.-. r
: '5n.!.!v ;
-;t r t:.
; Ti ?
iv.-ni :it t!i- r i '4 ! f -:i-o:i. "vr,:j u -. in
!. niit tint", i- 1-tU-r I.;
y fulii'.au'..:it I...- i
A 1 1 1 i i -: i r j . ' o:,', -r I -r.l I..-., s;
ri ;i- A t r.f ri''
tli';t i.-i, jn-Norih Airs, s-
I'-.in I r the u
i ,H -1 1 1 ia v
' M-K-nti.i.-j.ilv, nu-k-a
li I'K.i-.'.-riO!.--- Hi fjtiicl' W. I-.. a. t!i(' Willi
tui !. y w.-i.-j f.,;i!i'l native to the v..j"-..
Hi- i'iii i., ulirJv Aict-ri-
c-jii. lb; i- a v.ily bird d - .s j.. t
iiiic if away v. i?!:o;it f:ci i;t
caiii..- JK- is urU ut in lr..- uul .-avago
in war, lit;.; t i. r A:-i.-! icui.-i. Like
tllfill, too. lii., :').!)! , ;. , fl.- hi-.-ll tin?
l. aih of bim: f.,r it i., C ilv bv "v.ilhnj"
t is, iiniiatta-' the voice of hi, mate
that tli'j lmht:
kev to-.vari.I-i lii
caii Jure the wild t ;a
!M. Tin; i nt tk.c was
(jimI..-!hii" I iiy tni.; sj .rt.-ni ii, for it v.-a.s
jc il y 1 1 arti'.abi.j duriti. tiro s:-a-.u wJu.-n
th-- turkey is not i.t bis I . -t. Ili.-action-
fai l, ai.d l;i!OV. n to 1,'it IVw in tff--e
vild 1 1 1 1 1; - i --; times, that the bird him-
t-i If fund, iit-d flu-. ! ;.( v, hk
"call" biin t.i di -triK rinji
Koiic, ;.fjit as fi!- as '.in-'?
in each lualc turkcv is hi
!i st rvi d to
How a. ad of
ju-t, th- ri-ht bhaj..- I
little practice si'.y .,.'.
ear can eject tin; bn;
ii-di it, in a
tion i f the
At any rate,
y a- the c;u--tcad
w nv to i'a!
an e.act l
feiiial.; turkey's love i!ot. s.
it is exact t i) .llh to d - a i . .
Dr. Kranklin may Lave
when be Ml;;;;i .-ti d the tlll !.
Lieut of the lnited Stat, s i:
i . . i i '
inn n; i Siii:re.sli-in l::il
!))!'.' Ii to
Mipj it it. The bird, : nA
native, e.cLisie' A inriica ti .
warlike. J ,. j.) al.-o in
traveler and explorer,
rivers tio- wild t urkiy
The !-'(. L.iwrt-.'.cu an
us iiatoe .-.tate a
To lii ; ordinary
a;d Utile' hid.
often balllt d biai. br ii i . ran-, ind
lor a v ilil Un ki;v to i! v a mile. Jl
bl.i best estate Ik; relies more on running
than flying. I ron, marked and tagged
specimens turned ! o e at ti r cant nre it
1 . 1 . .1 ..... 1
' "'o.-.i. ,cai me inriiey navels
j far. The great plains of the v.a st barred
j liig progress, bowev. r, as he i:,i,t ; on an
nbutidanee of clean miming wiiter.
Meleagris gallopao is goU(., practical
ly extinct ia most of the cotmtrv, but be
is tolerably well represented by Me!
gris Ami ricana the coii;tnr!i farmyard
fowl and in Kurojie the descendants of
those turkeys which Vniiaai Strickland,
lieutenant to Sebastian Cabot, carried to
England, are numbered by millions and
are clast,jlki in several Kjieeieis and va
rieties. From the cradle to the grave
the domestic turkey is interesting. First
are the delicately tinted and lovelv
xK'iiled eggs, and in caring for them
t lie female almost rest! nies her wild na-
tare. She conceals her nest with
talent, nirely apinoaclies it twice bv tlie
Fame route, an I always makes a wide
circuit in leaving -it for the bnrr.yard,
coming in from some other direction
with an innocent air that is amusing.
The young mv almost as tender as babies;
it is in August that the growing bird be
gins to show what is in him. As 'the
fruitful antumn advances be takes on
the high and glossy shades of adult life,
and in Xove-.-aber is in just the right
stage to be saerilleod. and moot gener
Rlly is. IVace to his hushes!
A LUCKY PAF'dSIAN.
A Ktciscl. S4UHurA 1V i.lliw Mx pi-rk noe
wl! lllll An.. ...in o, t Sljti.iK'i).
A reniaikalde incidoiit is related of
the finding of $1:0,.jo, l,,t by IL
Pages iu tiic Northern railway station
it Paris wane t-. nyeai ago. As one
Ezehd., a l-'rench is A her. was walking
villi f wocomrades thr.High tlie station
they uotieeil on tlie liisH n sraall jvicls-
;- "' I phi in a i cws.D.1 ncr in
iiicKei u along- ne.'ore
them fo.' some
ol way o-otti n oi-
distance, and when
into the train, goi
i ii. ,
e.ne, ono o: ins comractes, jacKing up
the package, thrust it into the canvas
forage hag- slung at h;s side, Ezelot
going on bis way without bavins? ocr
ceived the little pleasantry. Arriving1
at Xeuillv. where l-.is n:o'eiifi3 lo-.-.f
Ezelot's mother, emptying
Iaiz, discovered the hiMeib
mg u a roil oi olt! newspapei-s
on a table in the kitchen.
there it remained tor hxir or five
d;iys, ti!i a man ;-tcr, caliin"- in
and seeing the jiackage. was moved
by an tjnwonted enrios-itv. Oiiening
it she di.-covcrcd dV)ctimo:.ts represent
ing the Jli, 000, tiie less of which il.
Pages hi!-.! advertised throughout Ieu-
ropo. Hie soldte.:-
and bis nas-er.ts
r, fiad not w-ti the aiivevtise-
,nu,lt' iliK' not knowing-what else to
?0' m)l!,'so to the maire. That
gitidly ixiying the promised reward of
ii.o "a, went oil with his oddly recov
ered trcusHtre. It would bean inter
esting supplement to the narrative if
vc con hi have a record of the feelings
of the soldier who thrust. tbi nnnv.
peofedgoiH.'. iortitne upon Ezelot when
ieard the sequel to his little
St. Louis Globe-D
" l' Oticn Thoiii."
One or the ablest men anion -' many
able men whom the state or Mahielias
ever sent, to the United States senate
was William Lift Festulen. In his
day there was no more reach- or ef
fective debater in the senate, although
he was contemporary with Sumner,
Seward, Hale and Chase
T I,. i . . .
.i Kiiinais tawver u
beiore he b-ecieue famous as a
man, aim appeared on cue miK- t r the
other of almost every ij.Np,.ri..;.: case
which came before tha Cu 4i'.-a !aud
bar while lie practiced in j (!, fand.
Ilis father, Gen. Samuel r i-.j.nden
was also a kecw lawyer, uiu! i;
not an uncommon thing i. i father
and son to be pitted again..: ( .., !; other
in a case.
At one time when tbcv were "on o--posite
sides or a certain suit, the voun'
cr man had made somv points v. hicfi
his father cguld not git around, and.
finding himself cornered, exclaimed
"Young man, I did pot bring you
up to pick mv eves outl"
"Oh, no, father 1" was the quick re
ply; not to pick them cut, but to
vp-n iiium. xouin s companion.
3late 'o Mistake.
If you have made up vour mind
l" nu iioo,i's arsapan!i. do not
be i id lt'iid to take anv o! her. IlondV-
.. - , i . . I . . , . I i A ..
Saraliril!a .is a peculi tr ni.-dicine,
posse -sing, by virtue of its peculiar
:u)'nbination, proportion an t prepa
ration, curative power superior to
any other article of the kind before
the people. For all afuvtioas aris
ing fro: 1 1 impure blo l or 1 .v state
of the sy-te ti it i.s im?,iu;illed. Be
sure to -ei JIoid's.
Keep doing, always doing. Wish
ing, dreaming, intending, mourning,
talking, sighing and pininsr are idle
j and profitless employments.
old 1 ,..
wife, : i
bed, V. il!
to go ;:i
t I lll.l
i V oi
ve a !
v a i::- t:
loved in airet,
1.' i . ! ' .
:t d" i.i-aiti-r
.d as to
1 thr.t I
yon .: tiy
ii- .i !
some Cthe-i' e
"A- y. ! 1
leave the v. !:
me. it is not
.-ha!! be !
Sltitor;-; ; .!; V,
d .4:-, th; i .-
c : . r-o
ei; . 1 ti.I.-
i-AU) !.. t
!:out a j i
:i -i act a
n in :-ei
b: t- t:,y
to oa. V. i ll
'i i,- V. 1 ieii
'Oiai . y :
lievil it oil
' it: i:i::y inarry the
he ii piieil, in a
"tied can't be tl-oirj,
t, i:iy dear, it is not
v two brothei s."
very i i'o ': t ;
lot , if Vo 1 ;-v;i
v i u i i; in
Tin: t rocralllc's I t :;t.
lyiii i fat to Lea! the ills you h:i
thau iiy to those you know i.ei of.
l la: Mjveinv-lTvt: j.:d;is; ;; t!:
.. 5 1 " i .1 . .
i:c unit'. u man i.ej ',1a v i
tliet:t:;clves oi daiiv toil had
ic old jaiairc in mind the bulk
) v.o-i!d have Ixien ii! the land
of the livi;
sonic ol t
g to;!::y. Instead of that,
in l::e land of the
apsj.nu others in a much
.ace. Tub is how it ail liati-
v. ai iiicr i;
Witen Kiid natives halted,
was hot. Ijiack nie:i innnyd
into a river, tut only four out of th.?
!ol reached the other side, if was a
cac ol crocodile Hi.-t, and mptive.5
next to iiowhciv. Tise crocodiles had
ol it with ; event v five
irs to feed tuxm. In a raen
tor lib-erty a .
. a a
a lac . iiiii
meiit i:i a
ioued v a
oiii ia .nea a oocu
:e aiid old fash
ndlv ha.nd traeed
v.-ith t:iec::;;ianatory words,
no ;:.araii then i.iaile the
"n in,, o.-.i cmi-nirt ul the
history ol ihe repahhe J.-n atci.
crnuG and snnple bcnni::. have
snruii" our cu!lu;t a-d civtii- tion
Uuiiihie Sarah Line , n "are to ho
w.alda.onwho wr,,le hna.re in
iiaperishable lelU.fs uf li-ht on one of
imperishable letters uf H3ht on one o
the proudest pages ol our annals.
it is t!
i'V of tne rcniihlie mit
C! tlie deiiths to the bi'Mier .1., .
tne t: uiple of Ioi-.no -oat of the dark
ness and in to the li;,-ht. Atlanta Con
stitution. u la
Ti is that iiiiiaii ity i;i t!;e hloou, which, ae
camulating ia the gtamls the r.ctk, pro
duces nasi-litly lumps or swellings; which
causes painful riamiup; imhts on tl.c arms,
lei-s, or feet; v.hicli developus Ktccrs ia the
eyes, ear., or nose, often causing blindness or
i!c:u'iic-si-; which is the origin of piuiples, can
ccrcus ti-'V.tlis, or the many other manifesta-i::-:is
usually ascribed to "humors:" which,
fi'htcains upon the lungs, causes consumption
aiid death. Being the most ancient, it is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons are entirely free from it.
Mow Can n n
r,y taking Hood'.-; SarAaparilla, wiiieli, by
the remarkable cures it has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven itself to be a potent and peculiar
medicine for this disease. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
" My daughter Mary wa s afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck from the tima she was 22 months
old till the became f ix years of age. Lumps
formed ia her neck, aad one of them after
growing to the sbeof a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore for over three years. We gave
her Hood's Saisaparilla, when the lump and
all indications of fcrofula ent'rely dis
appeared, and now rl-.e seems to be a healUiy
child." J. s. CAiiui.E, Xauright, Ii. J.
N. 11. Ke sure to get only
Soldby all druggu. f 1; sixforgo. Treparedonly
by C. 1. 1IOOD Oi CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
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DR. A. M. LEE & EROTI! E.K.
fcaylVrsons i-eed medieuu' ti;i!y
w Hen tiu-y are sick and their lives in
lai;g-(r; thi'ii they want tlx- very
Ih- that citn be had. Dr. A. M. J.e'c
.'v Ir illier ke p .vily sucli: thev also
cany full lino t,f Patent Medicine-,
:.. ti I ia! Oils, Perluiuerv, Tr.iss's,
lingli-h Tooth lu'ii.dies.' Medicinal
V'hikcy, ioix-atid Cattle Powders!
ate! toe best remedies for all dis-ea-"-n::.i
ailments of Horses, Mules
(Yd tie. Hogs, Poultry, etc.
wNorbi ( aio'ina's ,nnv elini
Tlieir wond'ri.Mi- vh tut'.sfudeics
lxe.' t aii inilueii.-e sublime
In manstevmg ;o huniaa i!'
And many a panu ahnig .m,-
bee ! !a-!eis do-h allay.
Voii c in cure a bad case of Hack
ache quicker ith one of l.ee's plas
ters tlian by any other application,
.uiosuiei tne backache ;s cured, von
v.w. cu.i ni-.li me pia.-ier Willi com-
7 . " "
Jortlora month, or longer. Tiiis
bhtster is a ffreat discovery, mil it i,
hard to iind any pain iH- u-he thai
will not yield to it. Prepared onlv
T.J. I .KE, Drtiggist. '
J ' I ' I ; 1 : MKPk'INAI
A pure tiiid wholes
StiliHlhiiit is ;i desi::
ieratimi great I
this want Pure
:ey, four ve.u'.-.
iii'iiidi. in suiipiv
na-'ley (t.r.i U'bi!
(no, is oheixl to the puljlic, with lie
guarantee ofils perfect purify and
jen.-.Mji.H'iK-ss in everv narl enhu-
fiior is the our..- cv'r-i -i .o
coiix ant, !;ai:m:v, and is neilh.-;
o-ugged, Liquored nor Watervd in
any instance. Sold only bv
DU. A. M. LEE A UH(.)., Druggis;-.
I.KKS WAItr .SI'i-'.CIKiC.
i-ertain cure for wart-; on i,,,,-
ai.o mules as Col. John As'if.rd
t'apt. Cornelius Partriek ( W UJ'
Lucius Fai-on Mr V H ''
i ' t vi ,r' i T - IL I'aisoij,
on and hundreds
'f 1,1 ''' '"P'ntl udjoinin
,iUI,t,(,s u'l1 fortify. .SyI onlv bv
- a. 1,1V.-, Druggist
AVOli.Mri IX Ii;)itSKH.
Leo's Worm Specific never fail ; t.
xpei worms from horses and mule..
Warranted m every ease. Sold only In
T. J. LEE, Druggis;.
HOIiSK AXD C'ATTLi: TOWDKli,.
We ffer unaertliis head the !.e.
million Powders in the n-a-bet'
j hty are prepared by the leadin-.
Drug House of the United St0'
liom th'j formula of Dr. W-'l!i i u'
of England, the most disNii'- -iu.j
Veterinary Surgeon iivingrThev
are excellent appetizers, a genera
alterative and tonic, and can hV
relied upon as a remedy ibr di-x-ases
o 1 1 Ion i est ie animals. Th ey a e
composed of Licorice Itoot, Junim r
Uerries, 1-h-xseed, Gentian, Ginger,
Iron and Antimony. Sold only bv
Du. A. il. Lee & Dno., Dru"--i.s!-'
it; -vs? hi
I i i
' 1 -fll
j . ..... n iujosZk IA1"TS 6 Colors
G. . Criinnler. 1
ct rds. " 1jX Iarte.
Uy virtue of a decree of the Supe
ri r Court of Sampson count v. ren-
aerea m the abov entitled cause,
the undersined. asmivinii!nn.Af
said court, will sell, on ttu. .?r,i
of February, 1890, at the courthouse
,1';,r.1" t-Iin'on, N.C, to the high
e: t bnlder, two tracts of land lying
in saal county, in Honeycutts town"
mp, oeio.iging to the -estate of the
lato Julia Lutier, deceased. 1st tract
conian.i; tr 78 acres. 2nd tract con
taining 80 acres. Faid land is sold
lor partition amor.? the heirs nt lnw
of said intestate.
Terms of Saek-Two-fifth pur
chase money cash, balance in two
equal payment-, to be paid in six
and twelve months respectively.
W. S. THOMSON, Com'r.
This Dtcember 18th, 1839. 4t
N -- .Si. CSi-
. ..... i c.-j-ij
..V:; ;' $M
Our Gocery Department ts
ton. Every ihmi: you need you
TTA1 T CI ir ?j 1
Very Lowest Prices!
Canned Coo Is, tl'..- verybesl,)of all kind-, jmt refeiv.-d.
All K i nds i tf Table D 'iieacies, not to be found elsevhi:e.
HE BEST IX
Fresh Jiue-kwhciit diretrt
Leave your orders and have your purchr.cs delivered nt
FREE OF CHARGE.
With II, inks for past favors,
Selling Out at Cost!
My Store Houso For Sale or Rent !
Wisldii to make a change in my business 1 will sellout as
soon ;is possible my (j.itir .-(eck
omo gc prices and see.
S ( asli sale couiun ncp.-
Wf Tf If? PW?J
MRS. A. E. MURPHY,
Sixteen New Large omfprtable
Rooms Just Added.
Centrally located. Sample room? for Commercial Traveler.-.
Attentive Servants. Fare First-Class in Every Piospect.
Free Transportation from and to Depot.
The Traveling Public Cordially invited to Stop at the
- siuapaY hottsh.
In the line of General Merchandise
specialty in quality and price.
Before buying be sure to come in and sample and price our
Ciive us ?, call, whether you wish to buy or not.
E - Q 0 1 Y
DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD
In !tpit of adultftrctm! imitationK which mhm th
theory, and practical remits of the Oriainal, in cpit of
the grnmeet miiiiviiHtintiUMi bj enrioua woald4
cnmptit4ini, and in spite of "tar attempts to rob" him
of the frnit of his l&oor,(all of wbivh demonKtrsta the
ndoabt4d SBnaiinrrlT and popa'.anty of his fsaehintr).
Prof. Ixrisetto's Art tA Ne;r forcttina ia raonfxnizM
to-rty in both Hemispheres as marking an Epoch ia
Memory Culture. His Prospectus (sent post free) givea
opinions of people in all parts f tbeglobe who havaaeW
naliy studied his System br corresoondenoa, showing;
tht.t his System is vmd only vhile brine ttaditd, not
afUrvarasi that any book can be leamrtl in a rinolt
Trading, m.nd-wanderiiio cured, t-. ForPr-japectaa.
Terms and Testimonials addrens
Praf. A. LOLSKTTK, 237 Flftfa ATeaoe, N. Y
IF TO UU JSA CK AC fllCS
Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing
tt is general debility. Try
JtTtOWX'H UtOY MT1JSRS.
It will cure you. and give a good appetite. Sold
bj all dealers, jp inydlujej
now the most complete in ( li
can get from us at the
iraiul of Flour
from mills. Maph? Syrup
we remiin, very truly.
uf grinds strictly AT COST, for
Owner ami Proprietress.
Everytliii:r we kiep 13 a
hvxs contracted with the coming cold
1 have just received a lanic lot of
Elegant Jewelry. Thin I will g.iarar.-
tee to tbe purchawtr t be juH a rep
rescntad. I tcll no cheap, "fi.e yuilt"
goods but carry a staniari li vk of
gold fboxt goods. The attention of
the ladies is called to tlie latent style
ofBBEAfeT ptss tliev are wtt.inz of
- - j .
The old reliable and standard SETII
THOMAS CLOCKS always in stock,
m various styles anil size.
t&- IU pairing of Watchea and Clocka
and mending Jewelry is a specialty.
AM work I do u ua ran teed to rfve en
eep5-tf . i. T. UXYfLS.
NEW ADVKRTlSKMKv" i
Cures Hog- Cholera
And cure diseases re!i t:-w. r.
Jiuligestion and o-rv r"k "
Increase the yield oi :ni!; .,
Cowi and iinpiovestl u.f
Wo have hunurtU
from reliable his,!,,
country, to prove abo.e
It is St'ni: 1
It is Im i l N
It is No III miu o !
It isixvai.i'aiu.k. tu rni rv;;Vl .
If you have a ick '-.: i,lv
VouihI nnd try it. 1
We have three ttini.,ni i:, 4.,
can turni?h any nionberoii .,,,.",
i tion tiianj one L'.the ...-u?.
iSAMelil'. S. '.. An-:. i ,
J. Mi-trnin ,v IH,...,
ton, X. "'''''
I):ar Silts: har 1m-h i i, i,.
j pioii Food" fort-lc iiiontli. mx, Suj"
, it ,lo, all that ts ,-laiiin-iI f,.r it. tt ,n,
i the jreneml tttmlitioii of t. W sua tviii
; I loir liolera. v leeu u i.. ..ur
j hirly and would not doultli.-ei ,t
I ' U. l i Mii
.Mei. .!.'. Stt-t lli.li A l e i r
I Ion. X. i'.:
I Hub mu: -After u:iu t:. ,
- ianiiion Food pur.-h.,. .1 ,t ,iir
l-.-i,lily iay tlnil it li;f fultill. ,! , ,, n
I . .......': ... 1 1.. :. . .. i .. .
M lll.tlioil lll.l. ic 11 l.ll u i' j.
il. Ill no in-tanee h.i it f til. ,! I,, i., j.
ntock fed on it. Wi'cnii 1' ii 1 1. ,i r.,
liieinl it for lilili-ll ,-ov. i.ih. . mil ft
W' rviranl it :i tin- lHt -to. u ( I,,,, !s
lll.'irLt-t. Sl'llll IK HtlotlllT I ... a f !..! r. I.
AI.KX.Nb KINNnVi im
Wll.UIVtiTOX, X. i, U. I. l,K:,t j,
.M,-nr. .1. '. St,v,-iip.on V TtoL.r:
tKXTI.KHKX: Tlie h:,lii.i..ii 1 .h.," ,
oltl il-. Iihs been );i ,-n h f.iir Iri.tl. it i-ii.
,-,-!,'. ami we nre jrhid to a.ld t.-iiiM .ii, ut.
Will til. Wlll'll f,'(l lO Olir l.l-.r Hr'lnJl
uitlii ilii.ret ion, cri iiti'i .in til- an-l tu
iiiiiin.-tl iniprove at on,-e; it U .1 -r.-;,t r.ni;.
ti.iinr. and u truil will pii.v. it - 1 u.-, ,
linvc fell it to our eowi itinl wild Ih.ni
it li:is procl a frrent l i t i -. t...tii ti n.
Mild the ilulity of tlie milk Ii mi.r..-u.
Hie per ent.-nr,' of in. ri i-e ..uin..t
Miitivey tatc. The foil d.ti-i :.ll ..ii.'Uia
hi t!l' Hue of tot we hit e lii.i.l. ; m !,
eon? nine its use ami sidi be ;.ll I In- .mi. t. 4
"toek to it trial.
T. .1. Sol I'll i:i:..Nli.
W. A. JOHNSON, A-ent,
J. STKVKXSOX & T VYI.Oit.
oct 21-tf Agents for N. Carolina.
TfanTdMler uri tia litis (tin tr. T.. n.nti.i
fihoes without utra (ml Dries (tuim-.r
tlie bottwiu. put liiiu down fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMCM.
Rest In lh worl.l. Famlnf Ms
5.oo ;knitink ii ani-m-; i mioe.
W4.fM HAND-SKWI:!) VVKI.T MKIK,
3J50 l-m.lfE ANI FA KM Kits' MIOE.
Vi.BO KXTKA VAI.UK C'AI.K MIOE.
mt.'iH WllKKINOMAN'N KIKIK.
H J.OO and W1.75 ltOiS' HC1IOOC. KHOE4
All made In CoDKress, Iliitton and Lace
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE LA DUE 8.
.!? t Mstsrlal. Beat Style. Best ("itUa.
IX not sold by Tour dealer, write
W. U Xi'ZVQLAS, BUOCKTON. MAtt
FOR SALE II V
-M IIanstei.v, Clinton, X. (., ami
and T. V. UxDKitwoon; Newton
Grove, K. C.
W. T. WILLIAMSON'S
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE FACTORY,
IN NEW QUARTERS ON FAYENEYILIE ST
i& Round Shaves, Hacks and all
Edge Tools made, and Itepairinj
done on short notice.
I w ill keep on hand a large lot of
Western Buggies (open and top)
and Koads Carts. They will equal
In quality and are sold as low as anj
like goods In Ooldsboro, Fayetteville
mch28-tf W.T. WILLIAMSON .
CI DE R.
HEADQUARTERS FOR REST
PEACH AND APPLE CIDER,
(Corner of Elm and R. R. Street.)
SWEET AND HARD CIDER
alwayn on hand. In addition Ut
this pleasant and healthy drink.
which are sold at lowest prices
COO Pipes, of, all stjlcs and.
raizes. Try one.
Harnm Esfablishment !
J BSTADI.XSIIED IX 18C7.1
1 I am now located on FayettevilU
Street, opposite Caucasian office.
I putupand keep in stock, or make
to order, any style of Harness, from
$13.00 to ftO.OO. I also make all
styles and grades of Saddles, Bri
dles, Halters and everything in this
1 1 nr.
Good, honest work at tiie lowest
living figures, is my guide and motto
in business. -
A large supply ol Northern Har
ness and a fine line of Driving Whips
always kept on hand. Call and ex
scp5-3.a W. H. STETSON.
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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