The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Feb. 13, 1890, edition 1 /
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t"i7 "Wan!" nnl Jiu.fni, Notice run x j
in- rt J in tlin !umn at t-n rent a lln.
"Crtiit bovey. look here
h.ivi' liifii I. (-siring tli.it you could
To-morrow UN. Val-ntin- ilar.
All in th morning twtliw.
And I, a inaidat your window,
T n your W ntln.
lnlij. in Iaui!-l
All Through the County.
CAPTAIJ5 tmns ISEXFECTEDLY
!rill f SiMi Likt Ufaitrjr.
of the KAifimjti i uyScnd u
to- flight every
-Tin Shak-i'-.ri m flub will
and i l,,'', t !,t nidenre .,( Dr. A. M.
L' '- Friday evening.
I.;iy a:i i- cart lu.nl .f gid at (i.
I.. Aliii' Leap Stoie ("or about;
t .. n nr I hr-- lit!lar, and ' now I he-!
: it." So -aid a man after trad, i
mu' h Mil in- ti.r th' lir-t time
In- was light.
I will iMTlo-iiis out for flitt next , --Nearly every one in town ha
:. d.-ys, -lliug Men's Suit.-, worth been ick with that new edition of a
"; To!aceo, worth 4' , bad cold called "I .a !?rii)tM
Two photographers In town. A
jgood chance to get a hok at yourself
; crystallized I.j to a i:rpetuity.
-Mrs. C. T. JJutlcr, who h;n len
i ijuite ick with grip and pneumonia
i: -member that I am Killing out ; i-, we are hul to state, improving.
- i I ; I ' T I , AT ()ST. i.O!ri(! Ill StlMl J
r, - pi ic.'S ami then you will the
lill. -ence. 1 1 1 a l is, i charge vou no
.'.it, for s
t'ir l- eeut-; also everything
:n -lurk ai hnnu rates.
I te pert fully,
O. K. A I. en is.
Proprietor of "heap Store
Isl Friday, th day appointed for
i the drew itnuk drill of the fianip
new from your ...... ......
town-hip for this ro'.unin. Every"" iniauiry ir meumej;
ulcritM-r to Tun Caitahiax ha ground, was dU?reably rainy. The
aright and is requited to eontrl- j drill took place In the new, elegant
bute items of news in he" or hf-r
neiiiTo;iixii ior xru-s column. e ?
i and comiiK-lious armory. Captain
will not publMi your
you de-dre il.-fcrt
name unie j
The Young Ladles' Cluh wore!
; another .-ucress on last Tuesday even-
ili'j. this time lit the el
. ... 1:1 !... ..11 ,w..lun ;., .. !. I '-
, ,,,, ..... - - w-'()f ir- T Atkins
lint they eot
.. A. I'kkkkm..
j ever such fortunate boys as we?
! We acknowledge the rereipt of
Come to the tent on the corner j an invitati m to attend the Second
Anniversary of the Hunagoriian Lit
erary S(jciety cf Judson College Feb.
21, J. . Alderman, of this
county, is one of the Professors of
Mr. Thomas A. Hobbs, of Hall's
township, has dared upon our table
a Huta JJaga Turnip weighing eight
pounds. We have feen several tilooe
tuinipH weighingei.'ht or teniMiunds
but this is the largest of this variety
we have ever seen.
Next Sunday will be Missionary
day at the Uaptist church in Clinton.
I'a-tor O. P. Meeks will preach on
"Duty to Foreign Missions" in the
morning and at night will deliver a
lecture on the "Itise of Idolatry."
Collections taken for Foreign Mi.s-
sions. His wife and family at War
j saw have been seriously ill with the
! grip, but are now some better.
--Sometime since we were urging
a soap factory for Clinton, stating
necessary machinery would be cheap
and that urease and turpentine, the
principal ingredient, wo had here
as home products. Suppose oursug
gestion had taken effect, every piece
of meat that has been lost in this
whole section of the State could
have been used at the factory. Are
we the most foolish, wasteful, im
provident and ignorant r.eoplo in the
world, or are we not?
,,;,jii.i!e A. F. Johnson A- Co-'s and
lnv your picture taken. F. A.
I', !.' II is inClinto once more and
v. HiiM be pleased to wait on his old
tV;ciiib. All kiiids of work neatly
living in your Peas, Corn, Furs,
Hil'-and Feathers. I will pay the
. i !i r trade. Lirten at thrso prices.
I.mlii Hoes from 7 rents to 10 ch.;
( ;iiif. ." rent-; ( ' ets :50 rts. to $1;
I:. I!. Snuff :" rents a pound. I
lit 1 the best Flour in thU town.
I'mhrellas, inch, price .1.7o.
!. F. Powki.i,.
C me and have your picture tak
en. I will l.e in ('Union f'orseeral
weeks. My gallery is next Tiik
('Alt ASIAN ef.iec. ). ( '. Owi-.N.
P.ig lot of
Seed Potatoes for sale
also liuist'.s (iarden Seeds;
also a lot of Mohawk Ieans just
received. All parties wanting call
immediately. C. P. Jul I. son.
ATTK.NTK )M !
i have moveil from the Hobbs
hailding and am now located on
lllni street, next to .Mr. Ilichard--on's
law ollice, where I am prepar
eil to make shoes and do all kinds of
I i tit v r ; linn D I. lti(;Y:i:s.
Town Lots! Town Lots!! at Tom
ahawk, on ('. F. & Y. V. See "ml."
i:v, rur.su Ski:ds ! Coll ntl
and Cabbage, Watermelon, Squash,
Cucumber, Peels, Tomatoes, and all
other fresh (iarden Seeds at 2-i cents
a paper. Turnip Seed at 2" cents a
pound, at W. It. Kixr; & Co's.
a year ago
We are glad to know that Miss
Minnie Koyal, who hsw been sick
for Home time, is improving.
Mr. Frank Vann is building a very
handsome house, xo we expect to
henr of another wedding before
Mr. "Captain" let us hear from
Miss Klla Ward, ot Duplin, closed
a goKl school at Red Hill on last
Friday. We hoje to have her teach
for us again.
We are glad to learn that Mr. J.
M. Sessoins, who has been sick for
some time, is now improving; also
Dr. F. J. Cooier, who has boon suf
fering with La (Jripjie, is letter.
We have learned that Mr. J. M.
Sessoms Is .shipping good from
Wilmington to Itoseboro on the C.
F. &. Y. V. railroad.
Jtoseboro is building up rapidly.
One family lias moved out there and
several more soon wi'l move.
On last Saturday night the train
on the C. F. & Y. V. extension pull
ed into the little town of Autryvilie
for the first time. It was about 11
o'clock and the'unusual noise waked
a family living near. The wife
screamed out, "old man, jump up
the train is got loose frum dem fel
lows and damned if it don't kill the
last one of us."
:i 1,0(10 good While Oak Staves, for
spirit barrels, tor sale. For terms
apply to Uxdkuwood fe Povkin,
Clinton, N. C.
Truckers can get the best 1 leans at
W. A. Johnson's.
Selected Seed Potatoes at
W. A. Johnson's
Puist's (iarden Seed and Onion
Sets at W. A. Johnson's.
LOST AT FA lit.
Two pair of Socks. One white pair
and one blue pair. They were rib
bed at the top nearly a finger length.
Any person having taken them thro'
mistake will please return them to
me so the exhibitor may receive the
same. Mauion Butlkii, Sec'y.
Leave your oruers with A. F.
Johnson & Co., for Seed Peans.
They are headquarters for Seeds and
their prices are always as low as the
A year ago less than
there was no such street
as Do Vane. Sometime lastsummer
the street was opened, connecting
College with Kiln street and the rail
road. To-day there are three com
pleted residences, viz: Mr. McMil
lan's M rs. Hardy Royal's and Mr.
Clarence Herring's. Also Mr. 11. F.
Fennell has a residence nearly com
pleted, while Mess. Itich'd Holmes,
and William Itussell are making
preparations to build. In lots than
a year from the openinsr of this
street there will be five or six com
pleted residences on it. At the end
of this street, next to the railroad,
Stewart, Hines &, lioaman are put
ting up two planing machines and a
mammoth double dry kiln. They
will fill orders exclusively for the
Northern market. It is notin this sec
tion alone that there is rapid improve
ment, but it is everywhere. It is
impossible for a man to go in any
part of Clinton without his eyes fall
ing upon something new.
. - .
C. P. & Y. V. EXTENSION.
Johnson Wiis drilling the company,
Capt. Fium standing near looking
on. The order "carry aruw ' .
given, just then 3Ir. D.1J. Nicholson
stepjttd up in front of Cpt. Fiison
and took him completely by surprise
by presenting him with a beautiful
gold-headed cane, on behalf of the
company which he had m long and
faithfully served. The fqeeeh of
Mr. Nicholson was a gem. The re
ply of ('apt. Fain was feeling and
appropriate. The company present
ed a fine apjearance and acquitted
Itself handsomely in the drill.
- - - - -
Dnplift S. S. fiveitioi.
To the Sunday School Workers of
Duplin county : At the earcest re
quest of the Executive Committee
of the Sunday School Association of
North Carolina, we, the undersigned,
hereby call a convention of the Sun
day School Workersof Duplin coun
ty to meet in Kenansville, Saturday,
February 1-ith, 1890, to organize and
to elect delegates to the State Con
vention which meets in Wilmington
February 2-jth, 2Gth and 27th, ISM.
All pastors, superintendents and
Sunday School workers are cordially
invited to attend. Each Sunday
School may send two delegates. Let
no Sunday School fail to be repre
sented. A profitable and pleasant
time may be expected.
L. R. Cariioll,
Rev. W. A. Forbes,
Rev. Calvin Shaw,
A. D. Ward,
Rev. Peter McIntyre,
Je. A. McArtiiur, Jr.,
Om mi Xicia KlUr !. j
Vhtle in Imlla.' said Mjjruui
Ktllar to wme frMl rwtiUy, "I '
uw m&nj thic don by tbe native 1
masters of irgerdem&in tbat con iplrte- f
ly MompeJ' m and nunc tc-irntitk 1
tnlloe that will me. Th
tna4 wotMlrrful rformanrrs were in j
Frame Cut JwJr-tjLoT. a
ndllkniaire I"jirp mcrcLaut, mi of
Frinjt Cvra.)v. the fuiil-r of tli
liumUiy Intituti? tf I1iyinc.il Inquiry
U-ariuj Sui jtanw, yave mt hit wtd -
for tbu rviiiarkabie Ury:
"In Uk ijorlli of India was a fasuous
hyHititist who jv-wl iImj jver of j
hjpitotixing himslf. IIu wife, l. ,
kix'W bu n-nt, was arcusUnrMHi to re 1
vive liimwlc- MVfr b serriifd thi J
exepptkJial jiovier. llv killed a Iimsi j
and was at ntenced to execution. S'V-
1 i. . . i
fni uars ore uie um lor iie rxe
cut ion be hvpnotiied hinuaelf. iJo-s.-anj'
into a condition which t all api-ar-
auei-j wars di-atii. Sj jn-rfect wa the '
w-ts.Maiie tbat tho LnpU-h fjov rn-'
NKW ADVEUT1SKM KNTS.
nam pit iciaii! uio w iv callod in of- j
ikially ccrUli.d Uuit he a dead uud j tvt thi. 4ixf. t tiM
It l till bcrcryy U LS UaeA, ljc, kc
eanstuAUr.f U tb gU4 cf tW ftxk. ptv-
rii-iM- piisjtsi rsaiufct om ibm im,
Vjr. tci. wtica drrrrt aWr ta ttt
ryr. it, txa. cflra ratnt hUsaltx c
rrrosi growth, or Ui tutaj eOer ixt2i-
ttrai&c cpin tb lusf.ca' ciitijk
tsd UraUv. lioj lh matt a&de!. It tt tb
taost f trJ ct U C'.ezrs or rtMn. tor
tcry lew ertctu w roUrcJy tn trorn tL
Py taVlo-j Hood Sir-HkrArCla. vhtch.
U rrmirtiU etittt it aa accci!pabl.
uflea bcn vihrt aWiclur hate fUl. lu
prorn itscU to be a potest u4 prcoIUx
SEW ADVKIlTISEM.rW. 1 NSW A D V KKTtSKM EXTS.
Httl mi Ve vrhr w? boa-tlt v.ir hi lrk of rll aft 1 Winter
Clothlnif, llati ami Siux-s that h wither wo U x vtrtn
.-luring Ute -a---ii an 1 iuik'i -t-H-k lfft omo ir !und. t Kir in
j rentory ftinri.--l us yet re
thw lmint his wife appeared. She w;is
btrk-kf n with jfrief, moaned and wpt
until the bcurtn of tlse authritirt
were touched. She wan pertiiilu-d U
lake away the botly for jrivaU? crtmu
tion. Tbei she revived her husband,
and together they escaped. Chicago
SOCKS MISl'LACKI) AT FAIR.
One pair or Seeks. Knit of very
fine cotton yarn ribbed about a fin
der's length or longer. Narrow
stripe of red at top.
Any person vh niay have taken
the al ove from the Fair thiough
mistake will do ih a great favor by
returning them to this office so that
we may hand the same over to the
Marion Buti.kr, Sec'y.
I have just received two car loads
of Marble at my Fayettcville Yard.
Also two hundred small five dollar
Head 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. Goodwin.
Wilmington will Celebrate the Comple
tion. The last rail on C. F. & Y. V. Ex
tension was laid last Tuesday. Pes
sen'jer, mail, express and freight
transportation will open on regular
schedule time next Monday, the 17 th
instant. Wilmington's live business
men have decided to .celebrate the
completion of the line by an excur
sion and banquet. Committees on
finance, entertainment and invita
tion have been appointed and they
are proceeding actively with their
respective duties to make the occa
sion a big success, which is already
assured by the names on the various
Index to New Advertisements.
Married, Mr. J. R Tew to Miss
Mary E. Jemigan, Wednesday; and
Mr. J. 1. Jemigan to Miss Cornelia
Alt more, Tuesday.
A merchant in Dunn shot Mr.
win. rowier a tew weeKs since m
his store, in a difficulty. Mr. Fow
ler died from tho wounds on last
Thursday. The coroner's jury ren.
dered a verdict, "killed in self de
Married, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Bright Barefoot,
Mr. D. J. W ood to Miss A ma Bare
foot, on the 5th day of January, 1890,
Josiah Baggett, J. P., officiating.)
The attendants were Mr. A. B. Bare
foot and Miss Georgia WooJ, Mr. S.
D. Jackson and Miss Luphema Bare
foot, Mr, W. J. Hudson and Miss
Missouria Lee, Mr. Mordecai Lee
and Miss Bethany Johnson. Suc
cess to the happy couple.
Died, at the residence of J. D.
Williams, little Erdmoth Floyd, son
of F. A. and A. E. Jackson. Little
Erdmoth was bord December 10th,
1889, and died February 8th, 1890.
Rev. Undeiwood preached an excel
lent sermon, from the 8th chapter,
28th verse of Romans, tj a large
number of relatives and friends at
Beneath the waving willow,
We laid him down to rent;
Tlifl earth is now his pillow.
The grass grows o'er his breast.
"We mourn because he's left us,
So early thus in life ;
Rut he who hath bereft us,
Hath freed from sin and strife.
lie's with the angels singing,
The Savior's praise above :
Their echoes still are ringing
Throughout that land of love.
We'll cease from all our weeping.
For him we dearly love ;
The lost one here lies sleeping.
His spirit live above.
Sleep darling, sleep!
Mrs. Thomas Williams, of Cum
berland county, is visiting sons and
daughter at Mingo.
Mr. J. T. Naylor is erecting a
handsome dwelling in this vicinity,
anJ it is thought he will take one of
the fair belles home soon.
The Rev. J. W. Turner holds ser
vices. Providence permitting, at the
Chesnutt schoolhouse on Sunday
next, February 16th, at 11 a. m. The
schoolhouse is about five miles south
east of Clinton, on the road that
leads to Kirby's bridge.
Compares Favorably With the Best.
A Muimoth of an V-tS-
The American Museum of Natural
History in Central Park, New York,
has been olTered an et'g valued ut $30ti.
It is a little over a foot in length, its
holding capacity being two gallons,
and, m round numbers, it equals 150
hens' eggs; its lineal measurement m
twice that of the ostrich egg, and its
eubic bulk eight times greater. The
egg conies from Madagascar, aud was
laid by a huge bird now extinct Tho
remains of several of the winged mon
sters have been unearthed. Boston
II A KMKT ACK," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 2j and 50 cents.
For sale by Dr. It. II. IIoi.i.iday,
Druggipt. linton, and XV. P. Kennedy,
Warsaw, N. C.
CATAlilill CURED, health and
ksweet breath, by Sluloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Inicctor
free. For sale by It. II. IIolmday.
Druggist, Clinton. uid W. P. Kennedy.
Warsaw, . C.
The liev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Indiana, says: "Both myself and
wife owe ourselves to MIII.UII'S Con
sumption Cure." For sale b Dr. It.
II. Holiday, Clinton, and W. P. Ken
nedy, Warsaw, N.C.
cures arc rcaHy wonderful. If vi mffer from
crvfula. I tare t try HuoJ't SirtajonUa.
"My d lighter Mary aiSictfd with iwrvf
utout nor arc k trow the tun ht m at 3 ni.-clh
!d till be Nxaiive it yexri vt fe. Lamr
formed ta l.rr &rck. at4 om ! them aftr
growing to the cf a 'lfo' f g. became
a runnUigporelurcurer three year. WefT
her llood't SarsapariUa, hen Ut lump and
all Indication ot scrofula entirely
appeared, and now the teems to be a healthy
child." J. S. Caklile, Naurigbt, N. J.
K. B. Be sure U get only
Soldbyalldrnirgitu. fl;iiforV Prepare alf
by C. I. II OOD CO.. ApeUMrl. iwU. .
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
DISTILLING AGAIN !
1 havf started my Distillery ajjaiu
and will now keep for sale, at my
saloon in C linton,
MY OWN MAKE OF
hand all kinds of
I also keep on
An appreciative reader of The
Caucasian, and a gentleman of fine
sense, writing to us from Manly, N.
C, under date of February 8th, says:
"The Caucasian of the 6th iust.
has been received and read with a
great deal of interest, I heartily
endorse your sentiments on the
Farmers' Alliance, as expressed in
both the issues of January 30th and
the 6th of February. I see a num
ber of weeklies here and The Cau
casian comp'iirs favorably with the
best of them. The people of Samp
son will be guilty of an unpardona
ble sin if they do not sustain such
a paper, l ieei sure tney win ap
preciate your enorts and reward you
with a becoming subscription list it
they have sufficient sward in their
This is very high praise, and if
we were sure we were deserving of
it, it would be very pleasing to us.
Low Prices T. II. Partrick & Bro.
Mrs. Joe Person's Kemedy Mrs.
Lifeof Hon. Jefferson Davis Be 1-
(Utported by A. F. .Ioiixsox & Co )
Corn, (new) . . .
i'M on, 10 to
Chu-ken -ir, to
Beeswax .... IS to
Vuttr 20 to
it?"1? 10 to
"SSntln., (liar' ; ."J
i irgin ana 1 ellow Dip) 2 &
fe i' ' per gallon
Tar fe "trained) . 1 13 per barrel
Cru'deTrp,H-e(IIarJ) l f T g'
' r.- (Virgin and Yellow
D,p) ' ' 2 20
TiniLer. jm r m.. - - - 3 00 to 15 00
Having been granted a dispense
tion by Grand Master Samuel II
Smith to convene the Grand Lodge
of North Carolina in Special Com
munication in the town of Cliuton,
March 7th, for the purpose of laying
the Corner-Stone of the Methodist
E. Church of that place, I take this
means of inviting all Masons in good
standing to be present and partici
pate in the ceremonies.
J. M. Marsiiburn, W. M.
Mr. John I. McMillan, of Lands-
burg, Ga., was married to Miss Hat
tie S. Gregory, at the residence of
the bride's father, Mr. J. T. Grego
ry, on Tuesday evening. Rev. J. L.
Stewart performed the ceremony.
Supper was served at Bass' hotel.
The couple left for Georgia Wedne
day morning via the groom's father's
in Bladen. The Caucasian ex
tends its congratulations.
We will advertise tree of charge
for any articles that may have been
lost, 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.
Not Klve up in dei aK We l.&vr our winter al every
year before we bought our Spring Stock, ami ycm'W do the m
Ibis Tear. We Mian mU ehe-ap. and no effort xrVA tie ?t iml to
close the stock. Jf our friends will call and ee how cheap we
are felling, th) will surely
There are hundred of oM Suit. Cutn. laitU. Venl. Ilatt anl
Sin-. They can be tMu;ht for lesn tlian rt.
Store is not laixo enough to koM our winter ami
Wliiskics. Brandies 1 Wines!
From a pure good quality up to a
My clever sale-man, Mil. D. C.
Giddkns, will be pleased to serve
you at all time?.
grThe lover of good winoKhmdd
trv our line California brand.
February 6th, 1800. tf
We understand that the County
Lecturer has accepted an invitation
from four of the neighboiing Alli-
to deliver a public address to-day at
Mr. Marion Butler, the Connty
Lecturer will deliver a public ad
dress at Andrew's Chapel on next
Thursday, the 20th, at 11 o'clock.
The public is invited to be present.
Despite the extreme disagreeable
weather on last Saturday, I learn
that Mr. Butler kept his appoint
ment to speak at Boy kin's Alliance
WHY WILL YOU COUGH when
Shiloh'a Cure will give immediate relief?
Price 10 cents. 80 cent? and $1. For sale
by Dr. It. IL Holmpay, Clinton, and
W. P. lvENNrDY, Warsaw, N. C.
611 ILO IPS CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
and Canker .Mouth, ror sale by Dr. 1C
II. Holliday, Druggist, Clinton, and
W. P. Kfnnedv, Warsaw, J.C.
List of Jurors for Spring Term Samp
son Conrt, February 24th.
First Week. W. B. Harris, E.
Shipp, J. H. Cashwell, F. P. Sim
mons, E. C. Gore, S. J. McCullen,
II. K. Darden, A. J. Cooper, R. M.
Herring, J. A. Matthis, Chester Hol
land, J. A. Corbett, Hanson Honey
cutt, M. J. Bradshaw, W. W. Hobbs,
David Smith, W. B. Lamb, A. Mc
Second Week. Stocton Tart, H.
B. Lewis, W. T. Cooper, J. M.Pear
son, A. D. King, W. J. Fryar, J. R.
Murphy, Geo. W. Sutton, H. H.
Britt, Marshall Lee, A. W. Lamb,
Dulaney Matthis, J. M. Britt, G. W.
Butler, Evan Page, F. I. Owen, R.
D. Butler, O. S.. Robinson.
Miss MaUie Lee, of Goldsboro
returned home last Thursday.
Mr. Frank McQueen paid his
friends in town a flying visit yes
Mr .F. A. Bizzell, the phoeograph-
who was in town several months
last winter, has returned.
Mr. Frank Holmes, of the express
service, who has oeen spenaing a
few d;ys home, returned last Mon
Mr. A. D. Ward, a young but
brainy merHber of the Duplin bar,
was in town Friday on professional
Mr. W. G. Rackliy was called
suddenly, on last Sunday, to the
bedside of his sick father, in Cum
Messrs. T. C. Pope and C. M.
Hobbs were off from Saturday to
Monday on a flying trip, whither
we know not.
Messrs. II. E. Faison, D. B. Nich
olson, W. S. Thomson and E. W.
Kerr, of the Clinton Bar, are at Ke
nansville court this week.
Hon. E. T. Boykin, having finish
ed the term of court at Wilson, is
spending the remainder of the week
at home. He holds court next week
Miss Pattie Styron o Durham,
who has been visiting the Mis-J
ses Patterson, (at Bush Hill, N.;
C.,1 near Clinton, returned home last
Mr. and M s. J. Bacharach, of
Atlantic City, N. J-, parents of Mrs.
Hanstein. who have been in our
midst for three weeks returned home
this morning well pleased with Clin
ton. Mr. A. F. Johnson and family
left Monday tor an extended trip
South, combining both business and
pleasure. He took along samples
of the butter dishes, berry crates,
orange sides, etc., made at his fac
tory, and will introduce them at
Charleston, Macon, Atlanta, Jackson
ville and New Orleans. He has al
ready buen mading large shipments
to Jacksonville, but he will place
samples on exhibit - at the Florida
Sub-Tropical Exposition, which is
now in progress. He will strike
New Orleans in time for the Mardi
Gras. We wish him a pleasant and
Xot One in Ten
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has perfectly pure, healthy blood. The
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large majority of people, while many
others acquire diseases from impure air.
improper food and wrong indulgences.
Hence the imperative necessity h.r are-
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SALE FOR PARTITION.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
of the Superior Court of
Sampson county, the undersigned,
as commissioner of said court, will
sell by public auction, at the court
house door in Clinton, .N. C, on
Monday, the 3rd day of March, lB'.M),
for the purpose of making partition
among the heirs of Rebecca Tew, an
undivided half interest in the fol
lowinsr tract ol land, situate in
Dismal township, adjoining the lands
of Young Tyndall, J. L.Tyndall.W.
B. Honevcutt and others, contain
ing about 155 wcres.
Terms of Sale 20 per cent, cash ,
one half balance in nine months and
ono half in twelve months, with 8
per cent, interest Irom date of pale
until paid. Title reserved until pur
chafe money is paid in full.
F. It. COOPER, Coni'r.
This Jan. 20th, 1890. 4t
Our mammoth store must bn oloed o:it beforo
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King Hatter and Clothier.
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I, Joseph Latham, -jf Greenville,
N. C, take pleasure in adding a
word of commendation of Mrs. Joe
Person's Remedy. Mrs. Latham
had the dyspepsia very badly, and
the use of this remedy proved won
derful in its effects, and after using
a few bottles her health vastly im
proved. J. LATHAM,
Supt. Pub. Inst. Pitt Co.
Joe Person's Itemed r will Cure In-
Raleigh, N. C, Aug, 14, 1889.
Last winter 1 was suffering very
much from indigestion and general
debility, with a broken down sys
tem, followed with chronic dysinte-
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Person's liemeuy, ana touna so
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blood purifier and a builder-up of
broken down systems.
W. B. J RDAX,
Rept. for Raleigh News-Observer.
For sale by Clinton Druggists and
by Wm. A. Johnson, Wholesale
Agent, Clinton, N. C.
L I F E
The Hon. Jefferson Davis
MR. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.
ORTH CAROLINA. SAMP
SON CO. In Superior
Court, January 7-m, 1890.
W. L. Faison, Cashier Clinton Loan
F. L. Faison, administrator of A.
M. Faison, deceased, villiam A.
Faison, Vivie Devane, A. C. Dix
on and wife, Mollie F.'Dixon; Na
than W. Faison, F. L. Faison, De
B. 1 1. Faison and A. Moscly Fai
son. The above action was brought by
the plaintiff to recover judgment on
a note made by A. M. Faison, de
ceased, and W. A. Faison, one of
his surities, the said Abner M. being
the father of the defendants, v ivie
Devane, Mollie Tixon, Nathan Fai
son, F. L. Faison, De B. II. raison
and Mosely Faison for the sum of
$1,200, due October 2fith, 1S88;
and for a foreclosure of a mortgage
on two tracts of land, known as the
Fortner and Mears places, made by
the said Abner M. and W. A. Faison
to the plaintiff to secure the said
And the defendants, Nathan W.
Faison and Mollie F. Dixon and her
Husband, A. C. Dixon, are hereby
notified to appear before tho Judge
at the the next term of our Sujvrior
Court to be held for the county of
Sampson, at the courthouse in Clin
ton, on the 1st Monday before the
1st Monlay in March, 1890, and an
swer or demur to the complaint of
the plaintiff, filed in this action.
JAS. S. BIZZELL, C. S. O.
Charlotte, N. 0
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Notice of Sale !
BY VIRTUE OF A bECREE
of the Suj erior Court to
create assets to pay debts, the un
dersigned will, on Monday, Februa
ry 24th, 1890, at Clinton, N. C, by
public auction, sell the lands belong
ing to the estate ol S. O. Sutton, de
ceased, in two tracts.
First tract of fifty acres, on west
side of public road, adjoining lands
of W. II. B 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 fc. U. Daughtry, W.
A. Boyette aud others.
Terms of Sale 25 per cent cash
and balance with 8 per cent, inter
est, due November 1st, 1890, and
S. R. DAUGJITERY, Adm'r.
Clinton, N. C Jan. 17, 1890. ttb?
This depot, t.is future tovn of Roneboro, Is-situat-id Ina line
section, good fa in'.nx Imd, well timbered, one mile from Owen
ville, sixty-two miles frm Wilmington and twenty mlleci from
Fuyettcvillc. A place sure to build up.
Lots for pale on ieaonabe term.".
For fn: tin r particular adrtre",
.1 M. SKSSOMS.
Oweuvillo, N. C.
NEAR THE DEPOT.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HA V ING THIS DAY QUAL
ified an administrator upon
t eMate of Neil Watson, deceased,
the undersigned hereby gives notice
to all persons holding claim against
. " , i the sud estate to present them m
rhe I are is the feot the market j or before the 1st day of February,
affords, whicb is always served in j isoi, or thin notion will be plead in
good wholesome style. bar of their recovery. And all per-
Hoard, per day, only I &o j WMW indebted to the said estate will
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