I if "Want"' and Itunine Notice can be
it.tl in thin column at t-n wntna line.
- - - ..-r
Truckers can get the host Beans nt
W. A. JoiinsonV. f
! T y .11
w t t a g tit t Mill.; die ij,
T. M. Fkickkijs.
-.tt'l Si mm Potatoes at
W. A. Jihixsox'h.
A -mall I A of cheap Flour just ro-
ivt l at T. M. Fi;kki;i.i,'s.
A f.-w "f those cheap Trunks stili
mi-"M at T. M. Ff.kuku.V.
IJiti-t'-i iarden .Seed and Onion
S'-t- :t W. A. Johnson's.
Tl.eiiu worth of Fl'KS, viz: Coon, j
;,, .Mink and Otter Hides, wanted
M. II AN ST KIN'S.
A line young HORSE, four years
(,M, which I will Hell cheap for cash.
A ''ly to M. M. Kim.ktt.
LOST AT FA III.
i'uk p.i-rof Socks. One white p.tir
and one blue pair. They were rib
Led at the top nearly a linger length.
Any person having taken them thro'
mi-take will pleas'- letum them to
;.?""";", me e.xnirntor may receive the
same. Maiiion Brru:,i, Sec'y.
Whcn you co:i.e to Clinton call at j
uie i Kins liuiKiiug, wnere you
will find the largest stock of Millin
ery ever seen in Clinton. The stocks
of W. S. Partri.iic and of the firm of
.Moore ,t Partrick have been consol
idated. In addition they have add
ed a large line of Ladies' Furnishing
floods. Iifshort they will keep any
lliing that a lady could desire.
Fresh (iarden Seed at 15. F. Pow.
i.ii.'s. Also the best (Jroceries.
Jewelry and Spectacles a specia lty.
A lot of onse Feathers for sale.
Everybody come who wants any
thing of any kind. Uice at f cents
Leave your omers with A. F.
Johnson &, Co., for Seed Beans.
They are headquarters for Seeds and
their prices are always as low as the
SOCKS MISPLACED AT FA lit.
One pair of S:cks. Knit of very
tine cotton yarn ribbed about a fin
ger's length or longer. Narrow
stripe of red at top.
Any peraon who may have taken
tin; atove from the Fair thiough
mistake will do us a great favor by
i (-turning them to this of lice so that
we may hand the same over to the
Maiiion Butler, Sec'y.
Prof. Loisette's Memory System
is creating greater intoiest, than ever
in all parts of the country, and per
sons wishing to improve their mem
ory should send for his prospectus
tree as advertise 1 in another column.
1 have just received two car loads
of Marble at my Fayetteville Yard.
Also two hundred small five dollar
Ilea;! Stones for infants. Parties
who are in need of work in my line
will do well to write or call to see
me at my works.
Ciias. A. (lOOHWIX.
Old newspapers for sale at The
Caucasian office at 25 cents per
m id red.
Index to Xew Ad rerti.se incut.?.
Notice J. S. Bizzell.
Xotice1). I J. Nicholson.
Wanted Wanamaker & Brown.
Sale for Partition F. R. Cooper.
Special Notice 1). A. Culbreth'
Mrs. Joe .Person's Remedy Mrs.
31 AH Kin s.
Ucloi-t'il liy A. K. Johnson Ac 'o )
''n, (new) . . .
I!;i..n 10 to
' liirkc in l.' to
I!ccsw:i.v .... 18 to
I'.iittcr, 20 to
l.urd 10 to
Hour, ... 4 ,0 to .1 r0
Hide OS to (!."
Turpentine, (liiii-tb ... 1 20
" (Virgin ami Yellow Hip) 2 .
Cotton, . . . . . lid
spirits Turpentine, . . . "8 per gallon
llosin. (straim (1) .... I o p r i;u rcl
T1 " (yood strained) . 1 (!.' per 1 arrcl
1 ar fl .0 per Imrrcl
( nule Turpentine, (Hard) . . ft 20
(Virgin and Yellow
Dip) ..... 2 20
'dtton . 10 J
TiiuLer. per m.. - - - 5 00 to l. 00
All persons indebted to tho firm
of Pope & Culbreth are requested to
come at once and settle the same.
The old business must be closed up.
jan.1C-2t D. A. CULB11ET1I.
An energetic man who under
stands Clothing to represent us as
Sales; Agent in Clinton. Superb new
spring line now ready.
WAXAMAKKR & RIIOAVN,
Largest Clothing and Merchant Tail
oring House in America.
IT A VI KG THIS DAY QUAL
J-J- ified as administrator upon
t e estate of Xeil Watson, deceased.
the undersigned hereby gives notice
to all persons holding claims against
the said estate lo present them on
or before the 1st day of February,
1891, or this notice will be plead in
oar ol their recovery. And all per
sons indebted to the said estate will
please make prompt payment.
D. li. NICHOLSON", Adm'r.
January 30th, 1889. It.
nt u- u Tlr, , -
.ue-vsrs. w . ft. j nom.vjn ami J.'
A. Boaman have purchased thetur-!
IntI,,? ltillory of Mr. T. L. Pugh.
Married, on 'AVdne-d.iy, J.tnua-
ry -i oy Kev. ('. .J. rome, Mr.
Willie Turin-ran 1 Mi-Jmo P.u-eli,
! --'I he m rui.. ii iir. Hd,'c, in the
j Presby terism church ye-rvrday rno--j
ning, was impressive anil eloquent
We are pb-a-od to be able to state
jthat Mrs. Fred. T. Atkins ;u:d Miss
Madge F,ii-on, who have hi -en s.uf
; ferii:g with agravated e i- s of grip,
' nre hotter.
liev. . I. W. Turner will preach
i., St. Paul's Kpi-cmal chmvh on
next Sunday, February 2nd, ls!M.
The Lord's Supper will be celebra
ted after the sermon.
We are pleased to announce that
a Dress Parade of the Samp-on Light
Infantry will taJ'o place? at the Col-'
lege Grounds on Friday, February
7th, at : o'clock P.M. The public
is cordially invited to attend.
The Sampson Building and Loan
Association is proving to be a very
popular enterprise. Tin r"!t bulk
ol the citizens of Clinton and
severit! from the country have al
ready taken ,-tock,
Messrs. Siewarl, I lines A- Be.t-
man, have another largo and improv-
ed dry kiln. This one is located at
the end of Devane st nn-t on the rail
road. We understand that they w ill
soon move their planning machines
to the same site.
SJ'-C'iie of our esteemed subscribers
in a letter says: "Much success to
you and your high-toned journal.
Your Thanksgiving and Christmas
issues were perfect gems and every
copy is replete with news and edito
rials so chaste and original."
The jail is empty. Why are the
doors kept closed? Is there danger
of any one committing forcible tres
pass upon the property? .Let the
doorshe thrown open and give the old
rickety den an airing. Yes, let its
open doors proclaim to the world
that crime is on its ''outing."
Mr. Loftiu lloykin, one of our
most venerable citizens, tells us lint
so far this winter has not broken the
record within the memory of man.
He says that the successful rival of
the winter ISiH) is ls.L The winter
was much warmer than this. He
says that cotton stalks sprouted from
the stubbles, grew up, bloomed and
made cotton. The world is proba
bly just a little off again and wabb
ling promiscuously on its axis.
Every member of ( linton Lodge,
No. 124, I. O. O. E., is requested to
be present at a regular meeting of
the Order next .Monday night, Feb
ruary :d, as business of much im
portance will be brought up tor the
consideration of every member.
The shingle machine of Messrs.
Underwood A: Uoykin, in South Clin
ton, about three miles from Clinton,
on Coharie, is now at work turning
out about 10,000 shingles per day.
They are shipping to Baltimore and
Capt. Wm. A. Johnson says that
he will give a special drill every
Thursday night to all the members
of the Sampson Ijight Infantry who
can attend. We are sorry that dis
tance will prevent many of the
members from teking advantage of
this special drill. The untiring zeal
which Capt. Johnson is showing on
behalf of the company H'ill make it
not only proud of itself, but second
to no company in the State.
The new armory of the Samp
son Light Infantry was completed
yesterday. Ve feel safe in saying
that there is not a company in the
whole State (iuard that is more ele
gantly quartered. The armory is
2(5.9( feet, with 50 lockups, cue for
the property of each member of the
company. The material is native
pine, finished in oil. In front of the
armory is the cosy office of tho Cap
tain. Sampson has a right to bo as
proud of its company as the com
pany is of its armory.
Clintlm Chapter No. Jo of U. A.M. Re
By authority of a dispensation
granted by M. M. Katz, M. K. G. 11.
P., of N. C, the surviving members
of this Chapter which has been dor
mant for a quarter of a century were
convened by A. F. Johnson last Fri
day evening and reorganized by the
election of the following ollicers:
Daniel A. Culbreth, H. P.
Amos J. Johnson, K.
J. Wilson, S.
E. Peterson, C. H.
C. P. Johnson, P. S.
W. Dauchtry, R. A. C.
J. R. McPhail, G. M. 3d V.
E. G. Ward, G. M. 2nd V.
B. Matthews, G. M. 1st V.
A. Blackburn, Treasurer,
J. A. Gates, Secretary.
J. Dudley, Tyler,
who were duly installed by P. H. P.
Thos. G.Carr and the Chapter de
clared duly re-instated.
The first regular meeting will be
held on the first Friday of Febrnary
next. Many of the members of the
Lodge having signified a desire to
unite with the Chapter it is confi
dently expected that it will become
one of the most prosperous in this
State. Dr. T. B. Carrhas consented
to remain hero several weeks to as
sist in the good work.
Use Brown's Iron Bitters.
Physicians recommend It
All dealers keep it $1.00 per bottle. Gennlno
has trade-mark and crossed red lines oa wrspnqr.
Amounts ordered pai 1 by Com-5
mis.-Mner at January m.-etlnir IS'.)!
are a- follow, viz:
To II. V.. I'alsoj, f.,r services as
mo:.t!i-, ending Jan'y 1st,
1 -'., $o INI
" J. T. Oregory a- high olli-
cer of Orund J uror, I. of) :
Dr. J. A. Stevens lor ser-
vice-, as County Superin- j
tendent of Health for six !
month8, ending Dec. :Jlst, j
lss'J, 7:i 00 I
" Josephine Johnson lor j
cooking at Count Farm
one month, I 00
" J. II. Itobinsou tor keej-
iug jail one neuith, 5 J5
44 S. Carter for materia! and
work on bridge, .", o
44 (J. W. Jonc conveying
lunatics to asylum, s 00
44 M. I lan-tein for merchan
dise for County Farm, 12 00
44 Martha Weeks .'I months
suppon, :j 00
44 M. C. Carter :', months'
44 Ja-. Iliggs three mouths'
support, " 00
44 T. II. Part rick A Iiro.,
rations for paupers, 14 98
44 D. II. Hatcher for lumber : 00
44 T. A. Herring for repair
ing bridge, I 51
44 K. Peterson calling Court
at I ec. Term 1 '.), S 00
44 J. S. Hizzell for stationa
ry for office,
44 A. T. Drew for material
and work on bridge,
44 W. J. Watson for serv
ing notices on Overseers,
44 I. W. Doykinfor work on
44 Caucasian for publishing,
44 Jensy Carroll for three
44 o. T. King for serving no
tice on Overseers,
41 A. F. Jo"iii:-on for mer
chandise for County Farm
44 Dolly McCulkn for three
44 P.oaz & Frank Lewis for
work on Safe, 8 50
44 J. II. 1 loyal for merchan
dise for County farm and
ration-, 59 27
14 J. C. Hobbstwo days as
Commissioner and mileage 7 15
44 J. M. Marshburn two days
as Conim'ner and mileage, 40
4 C. Partrick for two days
as ehairmm 1. C. C. and
oik; day at County Farm, G 00
44 ). F. I lerring for services
as clerk li.C.'C. 7 GO
The following cases have been dis
posed of before I lis Honor, the
Stale vs. Willie Turner, A. & li.
Defendant submits. Judgment sus
pended upon payment of costs.
State vs. Will. Harden, larceny.
Defendant, being a small boy, was
turned over to his parents to be
State vs. John Sampson. Assault
with a deadly weapon. Defendant
is bound ver to appear at the April
term of the Superior Court in the
sum ot $100. The bond was given
and defendant discharged from cus
tody. State vs. Lucien Chesrutt. A. & B.
Defendant fined 5 and costs.
State vs. John Russell andCJeorge
Royal. A. & B. Defendants dis
charged. State vs. John Peyton. Profanity.
State vs. 3Iatt. Faison. Larceny.
1 k'fendant discharged.
State vs. (J. W. McMillan. Drunk
enness. Judgment suspended upon
payment of costs.
Haver W. S. Thomson is in Wil
mington on business.
Miss Mattie Lee &. Lizzie Dortch,
of Goldsboro, are visiting at Dr. A.
Misses Willie Bumgardener and
Nela Vowle, of Virginia, are visit
ing at Dr. A. M. Lee's.
Miss Dollie I). King, who has
been visiting in Duplin county, and
enjoying the holidays, has returned
Mr. L. II. llines, with the firm of
Hines fr Mansfield, Xew York, is
visiting in town.
Mr. T. L. Pugh, who has been in
the Naval Store business in Clinton
for three years, leaves to-morrow for
Thomasville, Ga., where he will pur
sue the same business.
Rev. Dr. Hoge, of the First Pres
byterian church, Wilmington, N.C.,
has been assisting Evangelist Mor
ton this week in the series of meet
ings in the Presbyterian church of
ESTABLISH A I'd ILDIXU
Then Renters will Heroine Owners.
The llaleigh News and Observer
says that an enterprising citizen of
that city, recognizing the necessity
of a desirable class f -cheap dwell
ings, contemplates erecting a num
ber of neat cottages, to be rented at
ten dollars a month. There ate few
of the growing town in North Caro
lina where neat dwellings at mode
rate rent are not in demand, and
where they might not be built with
advantage to the towns, and to the
) people, and with profit o the build
ers. Xew Berne Journal.
The Town of Tomahawk.
"Tomahawk" is the name of a
station on the Cape Fear and Yaddin
Valley Railroad, between Wilming
ton and Fayetteville, which was ac
cidentally overlooked when other
stations were mentioned in the Star
a few days ago. It is in Sampson
county, forty miles from Wilming
ton and forty-two miles from Fay
etteville. The place for the depot
was selected a few days since, and
town lown lots were laid off. Anew
store and a residence is being built
at that place. Trains on the C. F. &
Y. V. Railroad pass Tomahawk at
3.05 p. m., going west, and at 1.15
goir.g east. Wilmington Star. -
( onBtjr L'xptaLtmiJ
All Throngh the County.
What SimponliB trr IMaic aa
ley-Send u the new from your j
ton-hip for thi column. Kvery ;
-ulscriU r lo Tiik Caucasian Inn
aright and is rejuesti-l tocontri-'
bute itms of news in "he'' or her
iitdxlilforhood for this column. We
win not puniLsti your name unn-vs
you de-ire h.-"fea
j During the warm weatfer the
1 FihIm of the trees in the mulberry
j orchard of Mr. H. C. Mire grew
about four inclictt and now have
berries hanging oo them at leist an
inch long. Hy the way Mr. Me ore
say that he has never lost a piece
of meat, lie lets the annual heat
get thoroughly out before salting.
Then packs down in hngsbead, flesh
side up, using plenty of salt .-o that
it will sure not all melt and let the
meat touch. lie iours salt around
the meat, between it and hogshead
and over the top, making the whole
perfectly air tight.
Mr. C. (J. Robinson recently
killed 5 hogs w hose agregate weight
was 141.1 pounds. They all came
very near dying with cholera last
Mr. Haywood Boykin continues
very low with but little hopes of
Mrs. J. M. Kennedy is seriously
ill at the residence o father
Mr. J. P. Parker.
Dr. G. W. Sutton of Totten, Ark.
has returned home from a visit to
his brother in Duplin county and
numerous relatives and friends in
the Goshen section ot this county.
Mr. I. F. Hill, of Faisons was
married on the i!2d to Miss Kate
Fuller of Raleigh, a reception was
given the same evening at the
residence of the grooms father, Mr.
Wm. E. Hill.
Miss Willie Bumgardener,
Virginia is visiting at Capt. E.
Faisons at Elliott.
Mr. Marion Butler, the county
Lecture, will deliver a public lec
ture at Boykin's Alliance on Satur
day, February the Sth at 2 p. m.
On my way to Salem High
School I found the little clever fel
low H. B. Cooper occupying the
store of Mrs. Bomelia Butler, who
has retired from business on the
account of health; on my way futher
I met Prof. G. E. Butler, principal
of Salem High School, he said the
prospects this session -vere good,
that he had about fifteen boarders
and expecting more. On my way
further, I saw a new building in the
branch, a thought struck me that I
was going to get a drink, so I con
cluded to go in and on entering the
house I found i. was a rice mill and
two or three pessels were beating
rice and no one about it, 1 examined
the mill and rice. It is the best
constructed mill 1 ever saw, it is run
by an over-shot wheel and two cog
wheels and it only takes about one
inch ot water to run the whole
thing. 1 examined the rice after it
had been cleaned and it is unbroken
and the whitest I ever saw, I under
stand this mill belongs to Mr. J. C.
Howard, I never go in that part
of the township but what I find
something new. It is an honor to
any one to live in that neightbor
Mr. W. K. Pigford, we are sorry
to learn,Jis quite sick.
Weddings ! Weddings ! !
Married, at the residence of the
bride's mother, Mrs. E. N. Rhodes,
by Rev. J. A. Puett, of Dunn, N. C.
Mr. James McNiell, of Glenmore,
Ga., to Miss Virginia B. Rhodes, of
Mr. W. F. Godwin, who has long
been our Postmaster, of whom we
were proud, has resigned his office,
but we are glad to say that his sue
cessor, Mr. James II. McXiel, will,
we feel sure, perform his duty.
The public school of District, Xo
o, wnicn nas oeen so exceneniiy
. II . it
taught by Mr. II. M. Warren, wil
close next week, Friday.
For fear :if imposing on your val
uable spaca I will e'ose.
'GREAT THINGS EXPECTED OF SAMP
'Agrienltural and Progretsive People
A few mondis ago Sampson coun
ty had a most successful fair. Her
people a lean agricultuial and pro
gressive people, and her Big Blues
are the admiration of the whole
count ry. We expect great things of
Sampson in February- -New Berne
The following are the officers of
the Grand Lodge of Masons of XOrth
Carolina for the ensuing year :
Samuel H. Smith, of Winston,
Grand Master; llezekiah a. Gudger,
of Asheville, Deputy Grand Master;
John W. Cotton, of Tarboro, Senior
Grand Warden; Francis M. Moye, of
Moyton, Junior Grand Warden; W.
E. Anderson, of Raleigh, Grand
Treasurer; Donald W. Bain, of Ral
eigh, Grand Secretary.
The most remarkable cures of scro
f ala on record have been accomplish
ed by H od's Sarsaparilla. Try it.
Sold by all druggists, c J c
Makes U 1;t. t( tazxtj people iaitn,b',
and crfua texts to aU-4'iracUa. tutxri
after nilx.;. soar b&ch. i-k txidari.
heart bent. k A appetite, a tict. - 2 r "
tcUitc ttad tilr, toitrj to&cur. kad IrTrfa-
. Urtty cf Ui bil. r
D1SWO88 fcur.M? ot Ue ntr rtiBoa
AftGf rtDj.iu!i. Ijiyia lo
baling fpqairf, carr!u!. iKTitit
! attenUon, aM a n raslj like flood- horvi
j jorSUa. Ulrh art g-Uy, sl ur!y an4
j efficiently. It touts Ue Mittach and etht r
organs, regnlatrt the difeUou. create a
j good appetite, and by thus Slclt
; orercomiEg the loeal ymi- '
; toon remotes the syriia- MOadaCnO
j thetie effect i-I tbe disease. fcanisLes the
I beadacbe, and relresbcs the tlnd talnd.
" I have tx a troubled witli djrlxT- I
bad but litUo aWo. and what I did eat
.. distressed tut. or did mc
rV3arl Ltt'.e good. Ia aa hour
OUrn alter eating I would expe
rience a faUitiiess, or tired, aP.-goa reeling,
as Uioaga I had not eatea anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and I rem U-Uig
more cr less shut up hi a Sour
room with fresh paint. La-t e u
spring I took nood s Sarsa- 5tOITiacn
rilla took, three bottles. It did roe aa
Immense amount ol good. It gaTC me an
appetite, and my food rolished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
GZ0EGE A. Taue, Watertown, Mass.
Sold by ill druggUtt. 1 1 ; iii for f S. IYer-sred only
by C. L HOOD ft CO., Apothecaries. Lowell. !.
IOO Doses One Dollar
We are ready to issue certificates
for special premiums to the parties
to whom such were awarded. Where
the premiums were shoes, hats etc.,
the party or parties to whom they
were awarded should send us the
number or size desired.
Marion Buti.kk, Sec'y.
A Safe Invest incut
Is one which is guaranteed to I rin '
you satisfactory rc-ults. or in ease of
failure a return of purc hase jniee. Oa
this saie plan you can buy fioiu our a!
vertised Diuirnist a bottle of Dr. Kind's
Xew Discovery for Onsuinption. It is
guaranteed to brinu relief in every case,
when used tor any alloc t ion of Throat,
Luuss or Chest, such as (.'onsuinption.
Inflammation of Luniis. Bronchitis.
Asthma, Whooping C'ouh. ( roup. etc..
et It is pleasant and agreeable to
taste, perfectly safe, aud can always ho
depended upon. Tiial buttles free at
Dn. If. II. IIoi.i.ihay's Drugstore.
We will advertise tree of charge
for any articles that may have been
ost, misplaced, or taken thiough
mistake at the Sampson Fair last
fall. 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.
We desire to .say to our citizen?, that
for years we have been selling Dr. Kill's
New Discovery lor Consumption, Dr.
King's New Lite Tills, mu klen s Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do vot hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and w e sta.v1 reauy
to refund the purchase price, it satislac
tory results do not lollow their use
These remedies have won their "reat
nonularitv purely on their merits. For
sale bvDu. 11. II. Hollioa v. I)rug-;.ist
Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that
as Mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell mid completely de
range the whole system when enter
ing it through' the mucus surfaces.
Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from repu
table physicians, as the damage they
will do ar ten fold to the good you
can possiniy uerive irom inem.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.,
contains no mercury, and is taken
internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucus surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genuine, it
is taken internally and is made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F.J. Cheney A Co.
pg- Sold by Druggist, price 75c
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.
To tub Editok Please inform
your readers that I have a positive
rente -ly for the above named disease.
By it timely use thousands of hopeless
cases hav been permanently cured.
I shall be irlad to send two bottles of
ray remedy free to any of your read
ers who have consumption if they will
send me their express and post olliee
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C,
181 Pearl St., New York.
SIIILOH'S C ATARUII REMEDY
a po-ilive cure for Catarrh. Diphtheria
aud Canker Mouth. For sale bv Dr. 1.
II. IIoLtiDAY, Drusjcist, Clinton, and
W. P. Kknxkdv, AVarsaw, N. ('.
-IIACKMET A.CK," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cenis.
For sale by Dr. R. II. IIolliday,
Di-usist. Clinton, and W. P. Kkxnkoy,
Warsaw. N.. C.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy
Mrs. Joe Pearson's Remedy Will Cure
I, the undersigued, do certify our
babe, at the age of three months,
was taken with a breaking out or
skin eruption, which baffled the skill
of our finest physicians for two years
and never did get relief until 1 used
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, and one
half bottle made a final cure.
W. S. ROACH.
Coxvilb, Pitt Co., N C. June 20, '88.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy Will Cures
Rheumatism and Skin Eruption.
Oxtokd' X. C July i2, 1888.
Mrs. Joe Person Madam: As
I have been very much benefited by
the use of your Remedy, I think it
my duty to testify to the same. I
have for some time past been trou
bled with Rheumatism, and also an
eruption of the skin on thechest and
shoulders; which was very annoying.
I used your Remedy and was entire
ly cured of the skin disease, and
very much relieved of the Rheuma
tism. I take great pleasure in re
commending it to the pnblic.
AS.. iVH.i.Y JO.
For sale by Clinton Druggists and
by Wm. A. Johnson, Wholesale
Agent, Clinton, N. C'jjc "ZZZt&
dec5 ly or o ato"1" :r&zm
SALE FOR PARTITION
BY VIUTUK OF A DKCKKK'
of suierior 0urt of!
Suuiiii county, the undersign!,
; as oomtuisMonfT f said court, will i
x ll ly puldic auction, at the court 1
, Iioum ilor in Clinton, N. C..
Mtmdv, thr::nldav of M.mh.l sJ
among she heir of lb Uvea Tew. un
ht uic pur -f i! mskisijr tun li Ion
ur.divldttl lu-ilf int rest lathe fi.l-'
lowing tiset ef laid, situate n
1 )il) 1 1 t . il t .1. i t .li,.'iili'llutln.l.
of Young Tynd.d!, J. !,. Tynd.ili.W. j
I'. I Iouevtutt and ethi, contitin-:
li.g utxtut I ."" xr-. i
Tm:mi s.i.i: 0 r cent. cash,
one half halani ii. nine nutnth- and!
Une half in twelve month, with i
' j.r it,Ti-t fn.iu date ;V ale
i ....t. i -t:.i
until p:id. Title re-erved until pur
chase iuoih v is paid in full.
r. it. vv ii':::i, c.-m'r.
This J.,n. itUh, lWo.--;t
Oli I II CAROLINA SAMP
SON t (). In Si : :.::ioi:
C'orirr, iU kojjk lin: Cli:i:k.
II. K. B rnctt, (i. W. Ih-nutt and
I'lhers, heirs at Kw f Sam;on
IhrrK tt, decrasvd,
.1. D. Kt rr, Jist K. Jcrnig.m, the
heirs of Henry Berm tt, the heirs
of Harriet Itnhiiwtn, BoU rt II
Bernett and Harriet Coor.
To the heirs of Henry Beriu tt and
Harriet Robinson, deceased, r.nd Ko
Itert II. Bemett and Harriet Comt.
Take notice that the above proceed
ing has been begun in the Sujerior
Court of Sampson county for the
purpose of seding certain lauds be
longing to the heirs at law of the
said Sampson Bernett, and located
in said county of Samson, for par
tition among the said heirs at law.
And you will further take notice
that you are hereby commanded to
be and appear before me, at my of
fice in Clinton; on Saturday, the bth
day of March; 1K!0, then imd there
to answer or demur to the said ihj-
tition; and if you fail therein the
said petitioner.-; will apply for
the rolk'f prayed lor in their ti
tion. J. S. B1ZZELL.C. S. C.
This Jan. 8th, lb'JO. 30-tit
Sale of Land.
TN PURSUANCF OF AN OK
X der ofthe Superior Court of
Sampson county, I v. ill sell, by pub
lic sale, at t lie l ourth-juso door in
Clinton, on 10th day of February,
1S'.0, one tract of land situated in
Taylor's Bridge township, Sampson
county, adjoining the lands of I lav
wood Register, Ira Powell, Davis
Powell and others, -ml known as
ihe lands of Prince Boon, deceased.
The s.'.id lands will be sold in lots of
100 and 111 acres each. The terms
of sale; 25 per cent, of purchase
money cash, the balance on a credit
of 12 months, with note and approv
ed security. Title reserved until
purchase money is paid.
WM. S. MATTHEWS,
Adm'r and Com'r.
M. C. Richaiidsox, Att'v.
This 8th day of Jan., lhOrt. It
rpiIK UNDERSIGN ED II A V-J-
irg qualified aa executor to
the last will and testament of Jas.
II. Lamb, dec, notice is hereby giv
en to all persons holding claims
against 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.
ui persons indented to saul es-i
tate are requested to come forward
and make immediate payment.
J. C. LAMB, Executor.
W. S." Thomson, Attorney.
December 18th 1 889. 1 0-G t
Notice of Sale !
BY VIRTUE OF A MCCIIEE
of the Superior Court to
create assets to pay debts, the un
dersigned will, on Monday, Februa
ry 21th, 1S90, at Clinton, N. C, by
public auction, sell the lands belong
ing to the estate of S. (). Sutton, de
ceased, in two tract".
First tract of fifty acres, on west
side of public road, adjoining lands
of W. 11. L yette and others.
Second tract of fifty-three acres,
more or less, being the rest of the
land described in the petition, ad
joining lands of S. R. Daughtry, W.
A. Boyette and others.
Terms of Sale 25 ier cent cash
and balance with 8 per cent, inter
est, due November 1st, 1890, and
S. It. DAUG11TERY, Adm'r.
Clinton, X. C Jan. 17, 1890. tds
riMIE UNDERSIGN HAVING
JL qualified as executor to the
laot will and testament of W. II.
Moore, deceased, hereby give notice
to all persons holding claims against
the estate of the s -id W. H. Moore,
to present them within 12 months
from this date, duly authenticated,
or this notice will be plead in bar of
All persons indebted to said esttte
are requested to mako immediate
I). A. CULBRFTH,
A. M. LEE,
This 21st day of Nov., 1SS!. Gt
JEWELRY AND SLOCKS!
1 have jus received a large lot ol
Elejaut Jev.ehy. This I will guaran
tee to' the purchaser to be ju.-t as re
resented. I i-ell no cheap, lire yuilt"
goods but can y a staiiaiu like of
cold front ooons. The attention 1
the ladies is called to the laUt styles
ofuisEAST f.ns thtv a:e "tnirijis of
The old reliable and standard SET II
THOMAS CLOCK? always in stock,
in various styles and sizes.
t& Repairing of Watches and Chu ks
and mending Jewelry is a spec's" y.
All work I do is guaranteed t i'e en
sepo-tf G. T. It AWLS.
CATAP.BII CUBED, health and
sweet biealh, hy Shiloh's Catanh Rem
edy. Price 60 cent. Nasal injector
free. For sale, by It. II. Holm day,
Drusgist, Clinton, uid W. P. Klnsedv.
Wai-saw, '. C.
FOB LAME BACK, side or chest,
use Hiiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale bv It. II. IIolliday,
Druggist, Clinton, and W. P. Kennedy,
N E W A I)V KRTISKM KNTSn
. t.i... i i .
during tl. M'Vstn and shi ui'kIi sj.
ramer wmi:. ( mi
vent.iry snririsl tis, yet wo
Not gi. lit. in des, ,ir U 1 ,v..
iuu.-.lir. ( li.1M'
yei- l.ifor.' w. l.ught ur St-rinc
this vetr. Wo shnll . ;1
r,os tue MOCK. II our fr It K w
are sotding, tliv will
Tlu-ienre hundreds ,,f ...Id Suits. Cat-, l'aufs. Vets lu an 1
Shis. I hey enn !. iMMigM l.r less tlinu c.m.
Store is not large enough
Our mammoth store must
Bring in your Coon,Fox, Mink and
exgj.xi;s, noiLKiis, s,i ir mills,
Pit ESSES, ULXS, nilE.1T.lM mux mills,
rei'.iiu voi:hs, PirEFirrixas,
dec 19 3 m
U O 8KBOEO
On the C F. and
This depot, t..:H future to.vn of Ro.sehoro, is sltu.it 1 in a Sine
section, g-Mwl l.i in ns land, w.-U timbered, one mile from Owl-ii-ville
sixty-ta-. mile-, f.-im Wiliniiigtoii .md twetity i;iil -s from
Fayetteville. A place sure t build up.
Ijots for ale on : i :ironau! t; :ns.
For lu. ili. r partiriilais ad'Le,-,
NEW AIjV: !i T!M:.M EN'J S.
. t - f ri;'L(0L0RSTHAT
.-Y vtu Smut
? - nr.r,ZE pi!(TS - Colors,
. ... .:i..-i ..t; jbUV Hi I I50.
1 VVtl.VtZ IVfc rOM'SECS - i Klad 7 Colors.
I ..;.!! KilOK aM li ill MISS liUESSJ.Ili.
m,' -l.vk.. Full an 1 Winter
- k left on our h.u?t
St.h k- and
v"il d tbi ia.
and tin i.t'.rf ttl I ... . n ... l .
mn Ioa r Ihmji t
to hold our winter and
l. elo.vd o it Before
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King Hatter and Clothier.
PULLE ) S and JlEIilXd
Y. V. Railroad.
' hrenvil'o, N. (;
z: 1 0. HOCUS
Lea l the following testimonials,
hid: are a Sample of the hundreds
c have r i eei ved :
J. C. H tinw, Hobtcn, X. C.I
used a jur of your Plow Lino Kintrs
last year. I lind they are easier for
ihe horse, convenient a:id a great
protection to plow lines, and would
not Ihj without them. Can recom
mend them t every farmer.
J. H. PACKER, Keener, N. C.
J C. Hobb-f Esi. I havi heeii
uing your Itim Uingi and am well
pleased with them. ;J
W. It. ".VEEKS.JJ
J. C. IIOBB3, "5
Hobtoa, N. C.