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. INTON. N. C..-1 KU. 1'.. 1W-
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY, 1890.
Tin r.t' ti! day when youthful heart-.
Am- ii-!.t-! Iy lov:'s t.qn r,
Win ii i..:i.l i- nlay ex pT-ant parts,
And ! i - ninthly cater;
The iat. n i li.y, when CnpidN dart
Are m.-My made of pajer.
contribution to the pd cause,
seventy-live centH out of every
annnal subscription of two dol
lars to the Magazine sent hi du
! r!n Jie next fix month-, hve-
ry such wibwriptlon must be ac
companied by the wort!-, ,,Fo.
Mary Was hington Monument."
Tin o.Ter in gem rou and -hpuld
meet with an enthusia -tic response.
Alliance Dejurtment. ! Atlantic Coast Line
MrjTiiK ('aCcasi AN was adopt
ed as the offlcial organ of the Coun
ty Alllanve ly tlieCounty AU'iHiut-,
WILIWICS 4 VEtCOl B. E. ul Bruciti. j
There are ii:av 2,o7H Alii n.-e.
in the.Stite. Thirtv-flve or f
ty Itave been o.'gniz d during
t!ie iut month.
'iKAI. t.uiM; sOl'TH.
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N..-;. .No. 41.
K.i-t iiuii. Daily.
Di'iv. ex. Sat .
Till: CAIMTAI- I WoiiM it not be best io
i.A i County Alliance to hold
J.v w l-h'u. 12 ' p m
What I Transpiring
of the Nation
James Dinwiddio, of
.eeeeds J. 15. liurwell
:u of Peace Institute.
Kfr. ( or. Tick Caii-asian.',
Washinoton. D. C, Feb Hth.
Ex .Senator Carlisle is the hero
(of the hour in Democratic cir
cle,-, for the able manner in
which he has corny, elled the ! all over tiie State when desired.
i'.v Ti ftri.
Ar '.V si-..!!.
sion of two days at the next
meeting? Tin re-nns fi r th -we
think will Misfiret h-elf "
the whole inembelSoip.
Ar l'a. in v.! C '
The.e is a provision for Com n-; j v Ni, z l!(
tv Kartiir r Institute to be held ' l.v War caw. i In
i pin C On am
. T lu
K. .J. I. lly, 7" years or age
and one of Fayetteville's m"st
Iroininent men, is dead.
The foundry of the Wayne
Agricultural works at (Joldsboro,
N. C., wa- destroyed by fire on
I'he (.'iiano men complain that
there is a falling off in
the .sale of commercial fertili
zers thi.-. trinir. lad to know
it. The Alliance is Kttintf in
The Directors of the V. & W.
llailroad Jiave elected Warren
(J. KU!ott,of Norfolk, Va.., Pres
ident, to succeed the late Col.
II. It. ISridjrer. Mr. Elliott is a
native of North Carolina, and is
a kii of Mrs. S. A. Elliott, of
Ox ford .
We acknowledge receipt of an
invitation to attend the celebra
tion of Washington's Hirth-Day
at Chapel Hill. Mr. S. V. Bry
ant (formerly onn of our teach
ers at Salem High School) is In
troductory Orator. Mr. Henry
Johnso: is the orator of the day.
Mis. Davis writes to the pa
pers that she requests copies of
all lettets of iu.porlance Presi
dent Davis may have written to
any ot his friends, to be furn
ished her lev use in preparing
the volume now in progress.
Her letter will be seen in an
We acknowledge the receipt
of an invitation from Solon A.
Adams, Secretary of the Florida
Sub-Tropical Exposition, Jack
sonville, Fla., to visit the Expo
sition which opened January 9th
and will continue till April.
There will be a Grand Inter
State Drill at the elosiiur.
Some time since Fra nce pass
ed a decree of exile against the
members of the former rojal
family, making a. two to five
years imprisonment penalty if
any head of the family should
ever return to the kingdom.
Prince Phillipe, the Duke of
Orleans, the eldest son of Comte
de Paris, direct heir to the
throne, was arrested last Friday
in Paris and placed in prison
for violating the decree.
Col. A. C, Davis, the Superin
tendent of the Davis Military
School at La Grange started a
small school at that place in
18S0. In 188-") ho founded the
present commodious and hand
some building. His success
has been unusual. We are sorry
to learn that on the oth instant
he thought it btst to disband the
school until next fall on account
of tho meningitis being an epi
deuiie among the pupils, seve
ral liavintr died.
Marion Harland, the friend
and helper of women every
where, has taken up the work
of restoring the ruined monu
ment markinu the burial-place
of Mary, the Mother of Wash
One hundred years ago this
venerable woman was interred
in private grounds near Freder
icksburg, Virginia. In 1833, the
corner-stone of an imposing me
morial was laid by President
Andrew Jackson. A patriotic
citizen of Kew York assumed
the pious task, single-handed,
but meeting with financial dis
aster, was compelled to abandon
it. Marion Harland pays truly
in her appeal to the mothers
and daughters of America to
erect a fitting monument to her,
who gave Our Country a Fath
er that ''the ain shines upon
no sadder ruin in the lengt.
and breadth of our laud, than
tbis unfinished structure."
The publishers of The Honie-
Mulrftr. of which Marion Hat
land is the editor, offer, as their
majority of the House commit-1
tee on Kules to act in reporting
the code of rules sooner than
they had intended. The new
Utiles are about as one sided and
unfair to the minority as they
could be, and give Speaker Reed
almost as much authority as he
ha exercised without them. It
took seven hours to get a major
ity vote in their favor from the
Republican caucus, and from all
accounts the discussion was at
times extremely bitter. A Dem
ocratic caucus also considered
tho Rules reported, and although
they regard them as so many
'gag-law?, it was decided that if
tho Republicans would allow a
reasonable time for their debate,
so that their injustice might be
shown to the country, no unusu
al obstacles ould be interposed
by the Democrata to prevent
their adopti n by the majority,
as they only wish to put them
selves en record as protesting
against their adoption.
Economical men in Congress
were surprised to 1 earn from t
speech of Senator Morrill's that
owing to the over-crowded con
dition of the puhlic buildings
in Washington 3121,700 a ytar
is spent by the Government to
rent private buildings. The
buildings that are worst off ae
the White House, the Patent of
flee, Post-office and Government
Printing office. Th last named
is in a deplorable condition,look
ed at from every stand-point. It
is old, and its walls are in a dan
gerous condition; it is un
healthy and is in constant dan
ger from fire. There is a prettv
general igreem nt that it will
be cheaper to erect the necessa
ry buildings than to pay Mich a
large amount for rents. Early
action is expected in Congress
to relieve this unsatisfactory
state ot affairs.
The Republicans of the House
did not dare to seat Smith, of
West Virginia, until they h id a
egal quorum of their own mem
bers present to vote him in. Had
they done otherwise the Su-
reme Court would probably
have been given an opportunity
to pass on ihe ct nstitutionality
of Mr. Reed's ruling in the mat
of a quorum of the House. The
fact that the Republicans wait
ed until they had a quorum pre
sent to take the decisive vote
shows how litt'e confidence
they have in the legal status of
Mr. Reeds rulings.
Representative Mutchter, of
Pennsylvania, who is one of the
shrewdest Democrats in the
House, says ''Reed's rulings have
made it a certainty that the
Democrats will have a good ma
jority in the next House."
The United States Supreme
Court has decided that the test-
oath clause in the constitution
of Idaho is constitutional.
Tho Blair educational bill,
which is beginning to look hoa
ry, was taken up this week in
the Senate. It willget through
the Senate and it may get thro'
the House, but it is doubtful.
Considerable excitement was
created Wednesday by the new s
that ex-Speaker Randall was
much worse. Mr. Randall has
been so deeply interested in the
fight in the House that has over
tasked his brain thinking of it
in order to make suggestions to
the Democratic leaders, and it
has hat1 a bad effect upon his
A bill has been introduced in
the Senate to admit New Mexi
co. An attempt was made to
have the Senate pass the bill
providing for the organization
of Oklahoma Territory this
week, but it failed, not because
of opposition, but because pre
cedence was claimed for the
Blair educational bill.
The Ohio ballot box forgery
investigation was resumed this
week. Among the most inter
esting witnesses were Governor
Campbell and Murat Halstead.
Ex-Gov. Foraker attends every
sessiou of the committee, and
seems to fully realize that he is
Mr. Harrison did not attend
the Supreme Court centennial
in New York on account of th
sad bereavement in the homes
of two of his cabinet members.
Secretary Tracy is slowly improving.
Why not make an effort to get
Agricultural Commissi n.r Rob
inson to hold one in this coins-!
ty? We sugirest that the Pres-'
ident of our County Uliance:
communicate with him.
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Cures Hoc: Cholera
F ATI's NS lloitsi;
No 14. So. ',
Eureka, No. 328, Mrs. S. J.
Cooper, Secretary; Poslofiic.?.
Ingold, No. ;-;, J. W. Green, :
Secretary; postoflice Ingold.
Ryes' Ridge, No. oS3, D. W.
Tew, Sec etary; postoffice, Ira
nian's Cross Roads.
Poplar Grove, No. GDJ, L. M.
Lewis, Stc'y; postoflice, Faison
Franklin, No. 7 18, L. K Tay
lor, Sec'y; postoflice, ilarreU's
Honeycutt's No. o83, R. C.
Fann, Sec'y; postofiic, Huntley
A r ( ioli'sliiii o,
1 nl am 0 CM) ant 4 jun
11 00 -
12 37pm 7 47 .iu
i s is "
10 2 am
2 45 pm y ."n
"Uaiiy I'Xi t'iil Su!:Ia .
T'ain on Si-oilaml X...-k Hr.iaoli K-aves
Halifax fr Scotland Nc.-k 2 30 p in;
arrivfs Svi.ilaml Neck at '' 41 p. in.,
Kiverton 1" ). in. !!cKir:ii.i4 leaves
Kivcrtun 7 i:''a. in.. Scothnxl Xtvl; at
U 2o a in. daily pxi-i-pt Surnlay.
Train l:aw- TaiNoio. a. ('.. via
Oak Ridge, No. 320, II. J. Coop-, AlOmiale & llaM-h railroa.l. .l.til ;
er, Secretary; postoflice, Clinton. I except Sunday. 4 on p. m.. Sunday 00
W 1 fW'l P in., arrive uuuiiimdii, .. i., t su
o. y ' i . . ... i ., i,i i.w.. ...
5 10 ii. in. la-tiiriiiii'' h ii'cs liavrs I'lv-
JISS. : 1'i.iiitli. dailv i'Xl-i otSuudov. 'i no a. in..
Sundvy s .in a. in. W uliainio'i i "o
a. in., 'J 50 a. in., airive Tai! no '.I 50
a. in., 1 1 30 a. m..
iv..... m;,ii...,.i x- 1.........1.
Secy; postoffice, Hobtoil. luayes Goldsboro. dailv ex. -ept Sunday,
NWtOIl Grove, No. 307, James ; c, w a. in. arrive Sinithlield. 7 30 a. in.
JiOUse, Secretary; postomce,Aew- Ueluriun .eaves snnuuieiii. s no a. in.,
Boykin, No. G15. R. O. Autry,
L. McLamb, Sec'y;
Unless a man keeps what the people want.
trying to do at the
This I am
NEW BRICK STORE,
(Adjoining the Old Stand os J. II ROY .LABIUM
I have bought cheap, for cash, a
Large and Well Selected
King's Vo. 077, Henry Her-;
ring, Sec'y; postoffice, Clinton.
Bluff, No. o77, W. J. Craddock,
Seeaetrv: postoffice, Dismal.
Snow Dill, No. 1 332, A. R. Her
rinj:, Secretary; postoffice, Tay
New Hope, No. 80G, W. F.
I lines, Sec'v, postoffice, Warsaw.
Woodland, No. 1,486, J. D.
Rackley, Secretary; postoffice,
Mingo Academy, No. 221), N.
M. Eason, Secretary; postoffice,
Mt. Gilead, No. 873, J. B. R.
Merritt, Sec etary; postoffice,
Clinton, No. 579, J. A. Oates,
Secretary; postoflice, Clinton.
White Oak, No. 333, Edw. L.
Crumpler, Secretary; postoffice.
arrive Ooiilsnoro, j oO a. in..
Train ;ii Nashville branch leayvs
Koiky Mt, at 3 00 p. in., arrives Nash
ville I! 40 p. in., Spring IIoie 4 15 p.
in. lietui niiig leaves Spring Hope 10 00
a. in., Nafshville 10 35 a. in., llocky
Mount 11 15 a. nr, daily, except
Train on Clinton branen leaves Warsaw
jor clinton, daily, except Sunday, 00
p. in., and at 11 10 a m; Keuirnin will
leave clinton at S l'o a in and '' In p in.
connecting :it Warsaw with No 41
and 40, 23 anil 7s
Southbound tr;.iu on Wilson & Fay
ctievtlle liranch is No, 51, North
bound is No, 50, Daily except Sunday
Train No 27, South, will stop only ul
Wilson (Joldsboro and Magnolia
Tram No 78 makes close connection
at We'don for all points North, daily.
All rail via Richmond, and daily, except
Sunday via l!ay Line
Trains make c!o.-e connection for ah
points north via i.ichmond an ' Wash
ington All trains run solid between Wilmin '-
B..v Dixie Castings and Pious, A .ics' Spades
els', P.teh Forks, full supply of Mechanic's
Builder's Material ; the celebrated Collins' Axe. In fact, anything in this line you need.
I am very sorry to learn that fco ranch of our home msat has been spoilt, but since this is so
we will be compelled to buy. So I have bought a large supply for cah at one half cent below
regular price. I will give you all the benefit of my good fortune.
All other Family Groceries, in view of the hard times, will
also be ,old almost ac cost. I would call special attention to
mv celeb-ated CHALLENGE FLOUR.
Beuhlll, No; 00, J. T. Moore, j ton :rul Washington, and have I'uhn in
SeciVitarp; postoffice, Clinton. ! I''ace Sleeper alt u bed
Honida.y.No.l3!8,M.J.John-Un ' 'l1 Tram No.
. , , J , ,,. ' TA. , ; 001 leaves A e'd..n Moiulavp, edue -
sou, oec y; posioince, uisiiui. j ,av.s raid Fridays y 50 p. m., arriviiiL; at
Clear Iiun, No. 927, T. J. Her-! Wilmington 2 20 a. m. Tuesuays
rintr, Sec'y; postoffice. Clear Run. ! Thursdays and Saturdays No. 500 leave,
mi-muiv:ioii l on a. m., arnvJu Wets
don 5 .7 a. in.
JOHN F D1V1XK. (Jeu'l Supl
J 11 KKNLV,Sup't Trans,
T M KMiirusox. (ji n'; Pass A:ont.
3oG, J. C.
Maple Grove, No.
Six Runs, No. 920, Jno. W. Mc-Cal-
p, Sec'y; postoffice. Clinton
Coharie, No. 6-'54, Geo. High
smith, Secretary; postt)ffice, Co
harie. Hall's, No. 018, T.W. Barbrey,
Secretary; postoffice, Ilobton.
Reddick, No. 1120, M. J. Riv
enl ark, Secretary; postoffice,
South River, No. 831, S. B.
! Page, Sec'y; postoflice, Clenidiit.
Lau el Hill, No. 053, M. M.
vr p x y; y y y o y9 o
That can be relied on f o family purposes, I always keep.
Pure Mountain Corn Whisky a Specialty.
N E W AD V E RTTSEM E X TS .
)Y VIRTUE OF SUNDRY
J3 executions in my hands, in
whicl: AV. A. Faison is defendant,
or one of the defendants, I will ex
pose to public sale, to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Courthouse
door in t'iinton, on Monday the 24th
.1.,.. 1.' . ,1 . .... 1 1.(1A 11. 1
Killett Sprrptarv nntnflicp ru'nuiu JOU"' oe
Kiiicti, secretary, poaonn c, , inf Mond.iy ot- February Court, a
llJ,ton- ! certain tract or land of the said W.
Salem. No. GOO, S. A. Howard,1 A. Faison, situated in part in the
Secretary; postoflice, Huntley, j county of Sampson and in part in
k?t....rr ,1 r.ut 1 T T i tllO ('OlllltV lit ii.nrinilinnf ot
Lamb Bass i the said W. A. Faison nnd Morisey
'pinev GtWe No 017 A W " ('o,',n0r ('n-t,ho run ot" Turkpy s"amP
I int otne, o oj i . . ;uul saiJ rnn t() the )Hc road
Amen, Secy; postoffice, l-aison, : it.rt,iing from Clinton to AVarsaw,
Keener, No. o78, J. II. Packer,; then with said road toward AVarsaw
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.
To the Editor Please inform
your readers that I have a positive
reme lv for the above named disease.
By its timely use thousands of hopeless
cases nave been permanently cured.
I shall be glad to send two bottles o
rav lpn.edv rRRR to anv of vour read'
ers who have consumption if they will
send me their express and post office
T. A. SLOCUM, M. 0.,
Secretary; pes' office, Keener. to a stake on said road, to within
Sp.-ing Hill, No. 355, J. C. ! ne ehabi of lted Hill liranch, acor-DraUL-h.m.
Srcrfitarv: nostoffiee. ! mr of tI,( ! in'1 l'' nu i ly lu-lor.ging
v 7 x - - , . . AI i'.v.,... ,1 :n. it... .is
viding lino between said V. A. Fai
son and A. M. Faison, a direct line
to a holly on Duck Hall, thence with
the line of said AV. A. Faison divid
ing his lands from the lands ot'IJoy
ette, Herring, Brow n, Peirce, Black
more, Ballaam Boyette, J, 11. Fai
son, M. C. Blount, the C. Thomson
land and the Morisey land to the be
ginning, containing 0,310 acres more
or less, saving and excepting the
homestead of tne said V. A. Faison,
which has been allotted to hinj out
of said tract of land.
J. M. SPELL,
Sheriff Sampson Co.
January 22nd, 1890. It
you can get it-
BROTHER'S TOBACCO when once used is alwas used. Here is the only place
Come and buy where you (will be sure to get a
no as far as possible.
good quality and where your money will
My two polite aud cle ver clerks, Miles Jackson and John Turner, will be pleased to see and
serve their many frieads.
Yours, for our mutual advantage
Hermon, N... 747, T. Wr. Biitt,
Secretary; posteffice, Clinton.
Perdom, Xo. 832, D. W. Wil
liams. Sec'y; postoffice, Clement.
Bland, No. 872, M. J. Moore,
Secretary; postoffice, Bland.
Andrews' Chapel, No. 517, B.
R. Owen, Secretary; postoflice,
Delta, No. 874, W. II. Russ,
Secretary; postoffice, Delta.
Red IIill,No. 925, Jno. J. Vann,
Secretary; postoffice, Clinton.
Browniug's, No. 581, J. E. Bry
ant, Secretary; postoffice, Dob-
Cedar Hill, No. 830, Fountain
Jackson, Secretary; postoffice,
President V. E. Stevens;
Vice-President R. M. Crum
Secretary O. P. Herring;
Treasurer J. R. Beaman, Sr.;
Business Agent G. A. Clute;
Sergeant-at-Arm's B. S. Pe
terson; Chaplain Dr. G. W. Moseley;
Doorkeeper W. J. Faircloth;
Assistant Door- eepei D. W.
Lecturer Marlon Butler;
Assistant Lecturer P. B.
Executive Committee J. A.
Oates, Chairman ; R. M. Cruu
pler,M.M Killett, W.K Pigford,
C. E. Daniel.
Alliance trade cards for sale
iat The Caucasian office at 25
181 Pearl at., New York. 1 cents per hundred.
NORTH CAROLINA SAMP
SON CO. In Supkrior
Court, Before tiik Clerk.
II. K. Bennett, G. AV. Bennett and
others, heirs at lw of Sampson
.1. D. Kerr, Jesse F. Jemigan, the
heirs of Henry Bennett, the heirs
of Harriet Robinson, Robert II.
Bennett and Harriet Cooper.
To the heirs of Henry Bennett and
Harriet Robinson, deceased, and Ro
bert II. Bennett and Harriet Cooper.
Take notice that the above proceed
ing has been beun in the Superior
Court of Sampson county for the
purpose of selling certain lands be
longing to the heirs at law of the
said Sampson Bennett, and located
in said county of Sampson, 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 8th
day of March; 1890, then "and there
to answer or demur to the said pe
tition; and if you fail therein the
said petitioners will apply for
the relief prayed lor in their peti
tion, J. S. Bl ZZELL, C. S. C,
This Jan. 28th, TS90. 30-Gt
u 11 u J I ill LU
We have a full line of Hardware, consisting of Nails, Hinge:
Saws, Locks, Bolts and all kinds of Edge Tools; also Far ming Almost as Pa latable
Implements, such as Plows, Plow I astings, Trace Cha ns, Back j go dl , Utt lt cm,
Bands, Shovels and Hoes.
We carry a full line of
which can't be excelled.
Alway? on hand.
Landreth's celebrated Garden Seed, the best on the market.
We are still selliug those HARNESS low for cash.
Also Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, Tinware, Potware, Crockery and
Give u a call when you come to town. Respectfully,
T. H, PARTRICK & BRQ.
OF PURE CID LIVER OIL
dlinlNd lul It cam b taken.
uIgfBied, and aaallallatcd by tba most
snaltt-rv itomach. Vken tha pLala ell
ran oo t ba tolari!i4l mad bjr tha com
binatloB of tha oLlvrltn (ha nypopha
pbltea la mnch mora lBcBlona.
Bemarksble u ft tes producer.
Pmou gala rapidly wUle UUag It.
SCOTTS EMULSION ia acknowledged by
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa.
ration in the world for tie relief and core of
GENERAL DEBILITY, WA8TINO
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.
Tha great remedy for Consumption, and
Waging in Children. Sold y Druggist.
JEWELRY AND CLOCKS!
HEY BARBER SHOP.
When j ou wish an easy shave,
As gcoJ as barber ever gave,
T a a
1 have just rweived a lar2e lot of J. 081 0111 ua ai our saioon
Elejant Jewelrv. This I will guars- Al n.ornmg, eve or noon;
D I Xl-. A , 1 11 f .'11 .
tte to the purchaser to be juntas rep- uui uu urea uie nair wun grace,
resentaJ. 1 sell no cheap, "fire uilt" To suit the contour of the face,
goods but carry a standard line of Our room is neat and towels clean,
gold froxt goods. The attention of bcissors sharp and razors keen,
the ladies is called to the latet style And everything we think you'lljfind;
of breast nxs thev are "things of : To suit the face and please the mind,
beauty !" fAnd all our art and skill can do,
The old rehabie and standard METU It you just call, we'll do for you.
Trie Original Wins.
:iiiinoi.s, St. Iouif. l'roo'r
:n.'.ons I.ivcr Medicine, ttt'd
TUOilAS CLOCKS always in stock,
in various styles and sizes.
Kaf Repairing of Watches &nd Clocks '
and mending Jewelrj is a speci1-. "
All work I do is guaranteed t give en
tire satisfaction. J
sep5 -If . G.T. It AWLS.
The Uinton Barbers.
I7aa Brawa'i Iraa Bittcra.
Fhyaielant recommend It.
All dealers keep It. tl.00 per bottle. Genuine
has tradjMnflJt lafl CfOfi4rglUne yn ytapper.
lijo, i.i the V. S. Court DEFEATS J.
1 1 . Zci' it , I'rop'r A. Q. Simmon Li-
-i itor, tt'd by Zeiiin 1S6S.
. S. L.. JI. has for 47 ye;
I-nirii.Ttiiv Tv . ....... a
. . ;. . l.. i. nas tor 47 years
:.uJ I.DICtSTliiN, BlLIOL S.NESS,
DTn PSLArSlCK llEADACHE J.OST
Arri;TiTE, Sova Stomach, Etc.
Hit. T . Reams. Pastor M. E.
Charch, Aia-is .Tcnn.. writes:"!
think 1 should have been dead but
lor your Genuine M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
sometimes had to substitute
tm. i "Zcilin's stuil" for Tour Medi-
JCOURTsl cine tut :,t donl answer tha
Dr. J. R. GraTes, Ed'Aor TTu
.Mcmptis, ienn. nvt:
received a rackaec of Tour Liver
Medicine, and have used half of it.
It works like a charm. I want no
bctttr Liver Regulator and cer
tainly co more of Zcilin's mixture.
And cure ii--.w r.f u,t! i; u
hnliftion niul wvorwoi k,
lncrt'.w the yield of mi'.', sr-m
Cow and impjove thepia!ity.
Wo liavf hiin.'io!' f o r:;:; .1:.--froin
reliaMo p. rr.", all over !!,..
txmntry, to prove a'vf.
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If you have a iek U.e! Imy i
H)iiml and try it.
We have three teMiiiKHiluK and
ean furni-!i any numter on Mpjl;. :
tion ti an one of the agent
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wortli. WI1.11 f.-.l tn our !iirc. wr tm.t ir
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liacfrilit to UI" row and w it li t li.-lii
it lia rovril n KT.-at li;.,-tio, l.otli tli- !l
an.l tin' ial it y of Hi.' milk. Iia impi-.v.
tin- -r iciita.u'f of iiii-i.-a-.1 Wf cannot .i
HiitiM'ly tat Tin- food tine all Voil l.m.i
in the lint' f t-M W'h:if luaili-; Wf ll.i l
t-nntiiiiii' it iii" anil ail i' all Uu- ownci.- l
t.. k to id v it a trial.
t. .t. MH Tm:ui..N!'.
W. A. JOHNSON, Agi-iit,
Clinton, N. ('.
j.c. sti:vi:xso a tayi.oi:,
net il-tf Agents for N. Carolina.
Ifaordraler say Ti7is TT.T-. Tnualaa
Fhowa without usma ami yrlcw stwiniM-tr on
Uiw Uottviu. vut Ulm down tta m fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Ttrat In th world. Fimlni Ills
S5.fN 1KM INK HANIIMWHI Ml OK.
fr.4K HAMI UKWKI) WH.T MIIIK.
KH.5II I'DI.KK ANI PaKMKKV Ml OK.
Hi. HO KX1KA V l I V, I AI K MIOK.
i.4H AVOKKINUM AN' Midi.
'4.00 soil MI.7K IIOVS' M IIOOI, KIIOES,
All Uiade la CoLttresti, Button and Lacs.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE LADIES.
. Heat Material. Kst Sryln. Iist FlUlnt.
Ii not olil by y"ur dislrr, write
W. Xm VOVOhAS, U1MK-KTON. MASS.
FOU HALK 1!V
M. Ua.nstf.ix, Clinton, N. C., and
Pnd T. W. U. dkkwooIi; New ton
Orove, N. C. octlU :)ni
W. T. WllilJ A MOON'S
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE FACTORY,
1NNEW QUARTERS ON FAYETTEVILLE ST
HaT Itound Shaves, IlackK and all
Edge Tools made, and I.epairin?
done on short notice.
1 will keep on hand a largo lot ol
Western I Juggles (open and top)
and I loads Carts. The;; will equal
in quality ami are sold as low as anj
like goods in OohUhoro, 1'ayettevilN
mch28-tf W.T. WIL I. IA MSON.
o j m ii.
PEACH AND APPLE CI DEI t,
(Corner of Elm and R. R. Street.)
Do you take Tiik Caucasais ? If
not, then it is your duty to do so,
and help us make the paper better
and more influential.
SWEET ANT) HARD CIDER
always on liand. In addition to
this pleasant and healthy drink.
Flour, Potash, .
which are sold at lowest price.
GOO Pipes, of all btles aud
size3. Try one.
je 21-1 yr.
Harness Establishment !
lESTAULLSIIKD IS 18G7.J
I am now located on FayettevilU
Street, opjosite Caucasian office.
I put up and keep in stock, or make
to order, any style of Harness, from
$13.00 to $40.00. I also make all
styles and grades of Saddles, Un
dies, Halters and everything in this
Good, honest wo-V at the lowest
living figures, is my guide and motto
A large supply ot Northern Har
ness and a fine line of Driving Whips
always kept on hand. Call and ex
scp5-3m W. H. STETSON.