The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Feb. 20, 1890, edition 1 /
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HI SlMiSS LOCALS.
J' "VWuiN" ami JUiiiM' Notice ran Ix;
i rl il in thi column at ten crnl a lln-.
( "jilii'ix-s ." cents :it
MllOKK ft IJAKTKH K's.
.v-v.' crop ( (i;a Mohis.-'es just n-j
reived and for x'.de at
C. I. Joniison's.
I'.r the newt style id Dress
, .M iilllHtrV Hill I
r, . 1 MiMirc l:irJrifL'' in fl..ii-
,i a -tand, tin- Atkins' Building.
t ,,,itl Wool Blankets at :?2.2" pr-r
, ,ir, which an; worth :?:..". r;od
.nla Crackers at H cents .rr pound.
I-it" Jewelry and SjoctacIes a sp;;-
, ;.,!ty, at.
15. F. I'owr.Li,'.
i:-n:eniler that I am .selling out
-ii:iti.v at os r. Conio in and
. . ..!.,! ,.... ii.,.
r ' I J' ..... IIIV
Mil'' : ence. That is, I charge you no
, ,,tit, l.ut sll 1 1 1 - goodat just what
u li: t they -o-t inc.
J. A. Fkkkku,.
Iliglotof Seed Potatoes for Hale
also Bui-it's ( iarden Seeds;
Mohawk Beans just
parties wanting cal
('. I'. Joiinho.V.
Dr. (Jeorge Thomas, of Wil
mington, Is dead.
Court next week; UU Honor,
Judge Crave pre.-iding.
All Thiorh the County.
What SpI&ns i rr If lug aa
EXCISE ME AtiMS.
T Earh ia? f ! Twt Hi4fr4.
i NKW A U V EUTISEM KXTS. ! XEW $V KM 1KM.,TS,
! I have on tny hook over a hund
nd saWriter-t who are equally ft
a lot of
in , ifd. All
! Town Loth! ! at Tom
F. A V. V. See "ad."
i.u, 1'kksii Skkds ! Collard
;iicl i ahhae, Watermelon, Squash,
( i!ru:n!cr, l'e ts, Tomatoes, ami all
ol hi r lresh Oardon Seeds at 2J cents
i paper. Turnip Seed at 2" cents a
puiiiid, at V. It. Kixi; A- Cw's.
l' 1,000 good White Oak Staves, for
-pirit harrel-, lor sale. For terms
apply to I'MiKKWOiili A- Boyki.v,
Clinton, N. ('.
Truckers can get the hest Beans at
V. A. Johnsons.
lar.S-nd th ruvm fn.m vour good a a hank, yet who owe me
--Yesterday was Afli Vwlni-s4lay. to nhl fur this column. Every I from one to two yea. utTiption.
There were service in the Kpi-copal ' ubcriU'r to Tm; Caitamjax haul jt a MUall item and they iiave
Church aright and Is requested tocontri-i. . . . . ,.
rt,, I bute items of news in "he" or her 11 " amount, know-
SamifronN iiill An. is growing ! neighborhood for ihU ndumn. We ' inK tllt I would be ati--fled that I
popular. S; his third article in this! not I'blLsh your name unlesn
issue. I "ou fe-re
Aiiiouuts onletvl iid l.y C om- J(H' lVrNOllS KciUOllV:
mission ers at February meet Ins 1 s ; .
are a follow viz : '
im. J rf ra UraMj vtiil far
Selected Seed Potatoes at
W. A. Johnson's.
Kuist's (Iarden Seed and Onion
Sets at W. A. Johnson's.
LOST AT FA I It.
Two parot Socks. On. white pair
and one blue pair. They were rib
lied at the top nearly a finger length.
Any person having taken them thro'
mistake will please leturn them to
me so the exhibitor may receive the
same. Maiiion IJrn.Ki:, Sec'y.
SOCKS MiKlMiACKl) AT FA I It.
One pair ol S' ( ks. Knit of very
line cotton yarn ribbed about a fin
ger's length or longer. Narrow
tripe of red at t p.
Any person wh : may have taken
tin; al.ove from the Fair through
mistake will do us a great favor by
returning them to this office so that
we may han the same over to the
right fid owner.
Makion IH'ti.kh, Sec'y.
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
nie at my works.
Ciias. A. (Soonwix.
Index to w Advertisement.?.
The Mutual i-ife Insurance Com
pany of New York, II. F. IJriggs, of
Wilson, N, C, Agent.
(lit'liortt il l A. F. Jonssox .V: Co )
'urn. (new) . .
1'i as, (stock) ... .
" (white! . .
'i'ui !entine, (lianU
Special drill of the Sarnion j
Ught Infantry to-night every j
In it not about time for the
Sampson's Truckers' Association to
hold it second annual meeting?
Mr. It. C. Holme and Mr. W.
II. itu-sell have the framing of their
residence on DeVane street up.
Miss Mary Lou Brown will have
the Young Indies' Club to hold its
next regular meeting at her place of
Ilev. Thomas Strange will de
liver the llaivulaureatc address at
the University, lie v. Thos. Dixon
Will deliver the address at Wake
The ease of Merritt vs. Mosely,
which was moved from this county
to Duplin, was tried in Kenansvil'e
last wefk. The jury returned a ver
dict for the defendant.
A lady writing to the New
York World, says :
"Why not jiiit all tlie uilvcrtitfcment of
tlie (Irj-K0(ln lioiiseis on one wheft)1 Then
when the ladies of the family wish to rend
the (to them) incut interesting part of the
paper, they will not have to wait until the
iimli- of said family devour the la,sehall
Mr. Robert Peterson says that
the suiest and easiest way to destroy
ground moles is to mix n little
"Hough on Hats" with a little dough
or bread and put in their paths. They
are sure to eat it and sure to die.
The State Sunday School Con
vention meets in Wilmington, N. C,
next Tuesday, the itfth. The Coun
ty Sunday School Convention will
meet in the Baptist Church Saturday
at K) o'clock to elect delegates.
An exchange says: Dust is one
of the worst difficulties to contend
with in keeping house-plants during
the w inter. If they can not be tho
roughly protected the foilage must
be washed off carefully every week
or ten days.
Yesterday being Ash Wednes
day. Divine service was held in
the Episcopal Church at this place,
Ilev. J. V . Turner officiating. Ser
vices are appointed in the same
church for Sunday morning next at
1 1 o'clock, at which time the Holy
ComniMnion will be administered.
Occasionally we get a letter from
a subscriber asking us todiscontinue
his paper when the year is out. This
we cannot do unless he has paid in
advance, for it would necessitate a
separate set of books. We need
about two more days in a week to
keep up with what we are trying to
do at present .
At the Baptist Church, on Sun
day evening, ltev. Mr. Meeks lec.
tured on the "Origin of Idolatry."
lie said that idolatry originated in
the fiarden of Eden, when Adam
and I've paid homage to the serpent.
The flood was sent upon the world to
destroy it Noah and a few others
were saved because they were free
from the sin. But the sins of Adam
outcropped again in his seed. We
have had all kinds of idolatry. The
iJolatry of mammon is the reigning
curse of the world to-day.
Mr. It. M. Crumpler has fenced in
a field uing the barlnrd wire. He
is mnch pleased with it.
Mr. W. F. Taylor and Miss Ger
trude Taylor are over in Snakcsville
thi week to see the new railroad.
Quantities of Umber in thiswe
tfon waiting for a freshet.
A man in this section had his in
fare table set on last Sunday m m
ing. He took his best girl in his
buggy and started for a J. P. There
wits another man, who lor some
special reason, wished to be present
when the knot was to be tied. Man
No. 1 objected. So the prospective
grwui and bride and the would-be
spectator run a race for the J. P's.
The spectator got there first, where
uion the couple for reasons best
known to themselves decided to post
pone the nuptials.
The West-laid whene o' iniee and men
(rang aft ajfley,
And leave us naught hut grief and pain,
For promised joy.
Several marriages have racentlyi
occurred, and as they havn't appear
ed iu the columns of this paper, I
guess the contracting parties don't
desire their publicity, Hope 'tis a
sign of a good crop year, and that
the "La (Jrippe" will prove a daisy
instead of a fatal epidemic.
Several farmers availed them
selves of the protracted fair warm
weather and went to work with re
newed energy, like they mean uusi
ness and to do awny with so much
guano this season and rely more on
the compost heap.
Messrs. J. C. & E. D. Hobbs are
running the rein ring machine by
steam and can turn them out rapidly.
A man in an adjacent township
has a cart body that will hold col
lard seed loose in it. This shows
pretty good workmanship of the
The recent blooming of fruit trees
and the unusually warm weather is
a topic ef conversation among some
of the natives, and the ideas they
they entertain, when expressed in
words, are often quite amusing
They seem to think old father Time
would get it, and that it would come
in a good time when I did get it 1
That Js bj, and would be all right IT .
I could negotiate their account a likef
money and pay my indebtedness '
with them. But unfortunately I
had not a cent given me to start on
in the world, uud the if ore have,
only a limited capital to work with. !
I bought this paper on the install-!
i went plan, so much c lining due'
every few months. All the pay-J
ments are not yet met. I have to)
meet not only my current expenses!
but also to rai-e enough to meet !
these payments, never laying aide a ,
cent for my hi If . This being the case
I mut ask yju to excuse me again
for callinir vour attention to the I
small amount due, or'else be unjust
to others and to myself. I am sor
ry that I have not the money to
pull out of my pocket aud i ay these
obligations when they come due,
but I have not, so muse ask you to
do me the genuine favor to come to
There are also on my books the
names of a hundred or more men
who are due me for a year or more,
but men who, like myself, are poor
and hard pressed for money, but men
who are equally as good and whom
I would trust as far as the others,
men who are also as good as a bank,
for they are true and honest. These
I ask to do simply as much for me
now as they can and pay the balance
next fall. Pay me a little, if it is
only oO cents, for many littles will
count up, a hundred 50 cents will
I believe that every county should
have a good paper and I have striv
en to give my native county such a
one, and to this end have devoted
two of the hardest year's work of
my life, therefore it is peculiarly
mortifyiug to owe just debts which
I am unable to meet. Try to give
mo a call during court next week, if;
Very truly and earnestly,
To Ja. flobb, tlmv month-'
" Nathaniel Fairrloth, threv
" Nancy Bledsole, 3 month'
" MarindaHarc, 3 months'
" Sarah A. Stewart, three
" Nellie Norris, 3 uuitth'
" Mary Brewer, :.
" Susan Powell 3
" Sarah Williams 3 month'
" Itachel Pope,
" Naney Stevens,
" J . II. Britt and others, road
" N. It. Johnson, material
and work on bridge,
" Iiebecca Butler. 3 months'
" iWvulie llore, 3 months'
" J. I). Johnson, material
and work on bridge,
" Mary Hc-rrfng, 3 mouths'
" Maggie Kinsauls, three
44 Cassie Herring, 3 month-'
44 Caucasian, publishing, Ac,
44 Jno. It. Smith, conveying
paujers to Sampson,
44 Frank Honeycutt, services
:u road juror,
44 Olive Mu-phy, 3 months'
44 A. B. Brewington, three
44 John and Nancy I Iargrove,
three months' support,
44 J. D. Owen, conveying
prisoners to jail,
44 Theopulus Bryant, three
44 Huldy Carter, 3 months'
44 Daniel Lockany, cost in
case, State vs. William
44 C. Partrick, one dav as Ch
B. C. C,
44 C. II. Williams, D. S.,
summoning road jurors,
44 J. C. llobbs, oue day as
com'r, 2s miles travel,
44 J. M. Marslibuvn, one day
as com'r, 21 miles t javel,
41 J. M.Marshbuni, two days
at bridges and 30 miles
a Cm I
I, Jewph Ithnm, t.f (irrvnviUt,
J oj : S " ia'' l'b'ar in adding a'
word of commendation of Mr. Jo; Hail ti.t i!ea when Wi luuat ir
KilVNfl's lU mody. Mr. Uith-v.ii' Clothing, ll,tt an 1 S1uks thittb
n vi me .ly vtry oau;y, an tinting toTi u,! - :
o n.. ! the ue of this remedy pmvid won- v.., .:.....i .... -..
; . i ill i V nt r
'U vv.o.!d T vfc xv
s ' 'fi inn ir h.iul. Oir it
.K.r"..l rr . .. iiUi!
s-.' iius in v, .urn miii i
()t) a few bottle Iht health vatly iui-
1 i.r,-,.l t t lTltlM
upt. lu?. In-t. Pitt Co.
Mr. 3t l'rrB fw-4i will frr In
ULVii.ii, N.C., Aug, II, lsv.
la-t winter I wa snfr. rlng very
mnch from indigestion and general
.tieouny. Willi a broken down y
item, followodwith ehrer.i - dy.-!nte-;ry.
I triel one Uttle of Mr. Joe
Person's Ilemedy, and lound so ' arc s-ellin,
j much relief ant iniproven;ei:t I con-i
uu turned it ue until I u-ed the .ev-
jenth bottle, which restomi uli4 to ;
4 To I It'rb''t health, and I aui now sund j
: as a il ver dollar. lean cheerfully I
t oo 1
Not 4v in de-j ii , W
ye.ir iH'fore we Umil'M nr S r.n
this year. We -haU e!l c!;. at
If nir frie:i 1
.v-1 I ,r w inter
SUh-1;, it.t . m'
and !,. .' :t ,
will ml 1 nsd li .mv -
2 00 j
i recommend it a a gol restorative,
j bliMnl purifier and a bnilder-up of
broken down sv-tems.
W. B. JOUDAN,
Kept, for ltaleigh News-Observer.
For sale ly Clinton Drugjjits and
by Win. A. Johnson, Wholsale
Agent, Clinton, N. C.
There are hundred.- id ,t'd ,iit
Sinu s. Thev ran lnl.-u '!d U v .
- 11. ai
DIoTlLLIN6 AGAIN !
I havtt started mv Distillerv again
and will now keep for s:le, at my
saloon in Clinton,
MY OWN MAKE OF
PUKK COItN WHISKY!
Slure is n 1 lanto enoi:;b to h.dd nt wint v and
hand all kiiuls of
I abo k
The Shakespearean Club met at the
residence of Dr. A. M. Iee on last
Friday evening. The next meeting
will be at Mrs. W. II. Fowle's on
44 O. F. Herring, one day as
(Virgin and Yellow Dip)
. 1 10
10 to 12
18 to 20
20 to !H
10 to 12i
4 50 to 5 r0
03 to 05
'niton, . . . . . HU
Spirits Turpentine, ... 41 per gallon
UoMii. (strained) ... 1 10 per barrel
iood strained) . 1 per barrel
Tar $1 4.1 per barrel
('rude Turpentine, (Hard) . . $120
(Virgin and Yellow
Dip) ..... 2 2(1
Timber, per m., - - - 3 00 to l. 00
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. '
Makiox BuTi.Kit, Sec'y.
This is what you ought to have,
iu tV.et, you must have it, to fully
enjoy life. Thousands are search
ing for it daily, and mourning be
cause they find it not. Thousands
upon thousands of dollars are spent
annually by our people in the hope
that they may attain this boon. And
yet it may be had by all. We guar
antee that Electric Bitters, if used
according to directions and the use
persisted in, will bring you Good
Digestion and oust the demon dys
pepsia and install instead Eupepsy.
We rccomined Electric Bitters for
Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c
and S1.00 per bottle by It. II. Holli
the evening of the 28th. The pro-
is preparing for his final exit during gramme for the meeting will be as
the present year. Time will end follows :
flay 4 .as xou JuiKe ir."
The first section of the club will
come on duty as follows :
Orlando, by Miss Sudie Faisor.
Touchstone & Jaques, by Mr. T.
The Ethical Side of Play, by Miss
Itoselind, by Mr. Edward Faison.
Twelve Quotations from est passa
ges, by Miss Mittie Beaman.
Abstract of Play, by Mr. J. C. lo-
A resume of the play and discus
sions on it by the President.
forever with them when they die.
Does our correspondent meani
to say that they have no souls ?-Ed.
Mr. D. C. King, aged G5 years, was
married the third time on the 9th,
The bride was a Mrs. Woodard, of
Johnston county. May the third
honey-moon be as sweet as the first
Miss Mary Williams is teaching
an excellent school at Persimmon
Miss H. E. Bolton, of Cumber
land county, has been visiting in this
Miss Annie Southerland, and the
Misses Cooper, of Kenansville, have
Clerk B. C. C,
F. Herring, fifty orders
F. Herring, merchants'
M. Spell, for wood and
servant hire for Court-
44 J. M. Spell,- summoning
Correct as reference to Commis-
missioners. Book will shovv.
O. F. IlEIlRTXG,
Clerk of Board Co. Com'rs.
Whiskies, Braiulirs! Wines!
From a pure good ptalily up to a
My clever salesman, Mi:. 1). ( .
(iiDDKXS, will he pleased to serve
you at all time-.
JfeifThe lover of good wine should
try our fine California brand.
February 0th, 1S00. tf
Our inaminoth storo inu-t clu-ed u a i.,d
Can't (Jet Along Without It.
Mrs. L.T. Hudson, wife of Dr. W.
L. Hudson, died at her home in
Sampson county, on February 3rd,
1890. She had been confined t her
bed for a long the, but bore her
sickness patiently and with that
christian fortitude that so enameled
her for this life and the life to come.
She was a strict member of the
Presbyterian church, and those who
made her acquaintance could be en
lightened as to what it was to be a
christian. She was a native of Tex
as. Dr. Hudson left North Carolina,
SALE FOR PARTITION.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
of the Superior Court of
Sampson county, the undersigned,
as commissioner ot said court, will
sell by public auction, at the court
house door in Clinton, rs. C, on
Monday, the 3rd day of March, 1S90,
for the purpose o making partition
among the heirs of Iiebecca Tew, an
undivided half interest in the fol
lowing tract of lard, situate in
Dismal township, adjoining the lands
of Young Tyndall, J. Ii. Tyndall.W.
B. Houevcutt and others, contain
ing about 155 teres.
Terms of Sam-: 20 per cent, cash ,
one half balance in nine months and
one half in twelve months, with S
percent, interest trom date of sale
until paid. Title reserved until pur
chape money is paid in full.
F.ll. COOPER, Com'r.
This Jan. 20th, 1R90. It
Bring in your
King Hatter and Clotliier.
DTT Prf 1.
ORTII CAROLINA, SAMP-
bOA cju. is curi:nioit
his native Stae in 1878 and pretty :T V
soon embraced matrimony with Miss COL i:t, JANUARY tit, lb JO
For 23 Years
J. T. GREGORY
has occupied his same
TAILOR ESTABLISHMENT .
on Church Street. The great and
orignal leader in low prices for men's
clothes. Economy in cloth and money
will force you to give him a call.
fiaTljatest Fashion plates always
unhand. June 7th. Iyr.
The stock of the Sampson Build
ing and Load Association is steadily
growing. We understand U at sev
eral Wilmington men have applied
for stock, not with a view of getting
a load (for none but citizens of the
county can borrow money) but sim
ply as a good paying investment.
The Association is sure to prosper,
for every cent of the money paid in
on stock has already been borrowed
out and there are applications in
ahead now for the money as fast as
it is paid in by the stockholders. We
have five shares and would double
the number now if we thought we
could easily meet the weekly pay
ments of 25 cents per share.
Try to pay us all or a part of
your subscription during next week.
If you do not come to court send ut
whatever amount you can by mail
and we will send you a receipt for
the same by next mail stating ex
actly up to what time it pays. We
have often heard good men complain
that some editors were always dlx
sisa them through their pa
pers. we are not dunning you
you now, but are simply forced by
necessity to ask you to come to our
assistance. Don't hesitate because
the amount you could send is small,
for we assure you that any amount,
however small, will be acceptable.
Henry JamesJames Henry.
Miss James Henry is now Mrs.
Henry James. A quiet and demo
crat ic wedding took place i uesday
morning at 10 o'clock at the resi
dence of the bride's brother-in-law,
Mr. James S. Bizzell, Clerk of the
Superior Court. The ceremony was
perform ed by Hew Colin Shaw. A
reception was given in the evening
at the residence of the groom's fath
er, Mr. Perry James. The Cauca
sian' extends i'.s best wishes to the
Raleigh, N.C., Feb. 15.
Tlitnr nf Ciinpnsinn flenr Sir
been spending a few days with their please gen(1 TnE Caucasian to A.
lriends here. W. Col well, care of A. & M. A. Col
The firm of Rose & Bro., have lege, Raleigh, N. C, and draw on
I - 1-v 11 i XT 11 ) i.
moved the! i naval store business to r vahwbii, oi xianeii s feLoie,
-o i- v i i lor Ine amount necessary 10 seme
Our farmers are "making hay
while the sun shines," or rather
making wise preparations for it .
Mr. Samson Warren will in a few
days put in a 3,700 pound water
wheel 35 horse power, at his mill
to run his machinery, consisting of a
rice mill, cotton seed crusher, gin
and grist mill. V e
Mrs. E. A. Wilson, aged 62 years,
died at her home on last Sunday
morning at 1 o'clock. The funeral
sermon was preached by Rev. F. R.
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Cor the same. Many thanks for the
copy sent me sometime ago. We
can't get along well without The
Caucasian. The school is at work
nicelv now. Respectfully,
Mrs. Sue C. Carroll.
Capt. T. D. Smith, of The Cauca
sian office, received the sad intelli
gence Tuesday of the death of his
mother in Virginia. She was ar ex
ceptionable pious woman and lived
to the ripe old age of ninety-five
years, uur sympatniesaretenuerea
L. T. Thomas, then her maiden
name, were married in Texas, final
ly returning to .North Carolina.
Up to her demise to them had been
born five children, four of whom
survive her. A kind mother, a du
tiful wife, has passed a way to her
Heavenly Father, and may her life
while on this earth be an example to
her desolate husband and children,
to sustain them in anchorage while
on this earth and in the life to come.
While children and husband bow in
W. L. Faison, Cashier Clinton Loan
F. L. Faison, administrator of A.
M. Faison, deceased, William A.
Faison, Vivie Devane, A. C. Dix
on and wife, Mollie F .'Dixon; Na
than W. Faison, F. Ii. Faison, l)e
B. II. Faison and A. Mosely Fai
The above action was brought by
the plaintiff to recover judgment on
a note made by A. M. Faison, ;Ie-
Miss Charlotte Murphy, of Tay
lor's Bridge, is visiting at Mr. If. B
Engineer Johnson is sick. Engi
neer Langston is temporarily run
ning in his stead.
Messrs. Gabriel Holmes and
Davis, of Wilmington, were up yes
terday going for the bob white."
Postmaster Vardwas absent Mon
day, attending the funeral of his
sisier, Mr. E. A. Wilson, in West
Arc vou made miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Apnetite, Yellow Skin?
VITALIZE! is a positive cure. For
sale by Dr. It. II. Holliday, Clinton,
land w. I . ken n en y, Warsaw, N. v.
humble submission to the will of ceased, and W. A. Faison, one of
their Heavenly Father, yet may his surities, the said Abner M. being
our Saviour guide them aright and the father of the defendants, ivic
in the future mav find rest with Devane, Mollie Cixon, Aathan iai-
dear mother where parting will be son, F. L. Faison, Dc B. H. Faison
no more. X. and Mosely Faison for the sum of;
Wilmington Messenger will please ?1, 200, due October 2(.th, lSss;
and lor a lore-closure ot 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 .
Faison a'Ml Mollie F. Dixon ami her
Husband, A. C. Dixon, are hereby
notified to appear bo.foto the Judge
at the the next term of our Superior
Court to be hold for the county of
Sampson, at the courthouse iu Clin
ton, on the 1st .Monday be! ore the
1st Monday iu March, ISO ), and an-
swer or demur to me cornpiaun oi
the plaintiff, filed in this action.
JAS. S. U1AAAA,, C. rs. i;.
i:X(UM:s, no ileus, s, nr. mills,
pin:ssi:s, r;.v;s. u 7 ;.''. . co;.x mills,
L'L'r.in: woi;iS, J'lri: Firrixas,
SJI. JV'I l.(L I't Ll.i: ) Smul llLL .AY.
dec in ;J m
Use Brown's Iron Bitters.
Physicians recommend it.
All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine
has trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
FOIt LAME BACK, side or chest,
use. Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale bv 11. II. Kollioay,
Druggist, Clinton, and W. P. Kkxnedy,
Warsaw, X. C.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made misera
ble bv that terrible coujh. Shiloh's
Cure is the Itemed V t.r vou. J orsaie
by II. II. Holliday, Druggist, Clinton,
and W. P. Kennedy, Warsaw, . C.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure, we
iruarautee it. ror sain bv li. H. Jioixi-
dav. DruTfrit. Clinton, and W. P. KEN
NEDY & Co., Warsaw, N. C.
F. and Y. V. Railroad.
We will advertise tree of charge
for any articles that may have been
lost, misplaced, or taken through
mistake at the Sampson Fair last
fall. Any one who has lost any
article on exhibit will plese send us
; a description of the same and we
will try to trace it up.
Having been granted a dispensa
tion by Grand Master Samuel II.
Smith to convene the 3rand Lodge
of North Carolina in Special Com
munication in the town of Clinton,
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. Mabsiiburx, W. M.
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture : intense itch
iug and stinging; most at night ; worse
by scratching. It allowed to conlmuft
tumors form, which often bleed and ul
rerate. beconiiuc very sore. Svayn-'s
Ointment .stops the itcning and bleed
iug, heals ulceration, and iu most cases
removes the tumors . At druggists, or
by mail, for 50 cents.
Dk. SWAYNE & SON,
feb21 Cm Philadelphia
Do you take The Caucasain ? If
not, then it is your duty to do so,
and help as make the paper better
end more influential.
NEW AD V EKT 1 3 EM E NTS
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hip noil. 'JcnriNui
Goslien HiidL School.
section, tjiod t i
villc, sixty-t .v.
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Will Oioii Spring Term Monday, Janu
ary 6tli, 1889.
MR. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.
Te School will be run under the
same management ns before.
We feel grateful for pat patron
age ana trust lor a continuance oi
For further particulars address
dec26 tf Ilobton, N. C.
B2 tzitata l.iiujuy
AVING THIS DAY QUAL
ified as administrator upon
t e estate of Neil Watson, deceased,
the undersigned hereby gives notice
to all persons holding claims against
the s iid estate to present them on
or before the 1st day of February,
1891, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. And all per
sons Indebted to the said estate will
please make prompt payment.
D. 15. NICHOLSON, Adm'r.
January 30th, 1890. 6t.
The prospectus and complete out
fit for canvassing will be ready immediately.
AGESTS WISHING DESIRABLE TERRITORY
on this great work will please ad
dress, j:is fooii as possible, the pub
lishers, BFLFOllD COMPANY,
18-22 East IRtli Street, JS. .
At Tomakawk, on the C. F. & Y.
V. llailroad, forty miles from Wil
mington and forty-two-miles from
We liP.ve a fiill iiu i li ad ! ur--, c
Saws, Lock-1. IJolts an -'W kinds l' iv
Implements, ?nch as I'l ;v, 11 osis
Bands. .Shovels and H--.
We rarrv a lull line of
: i i i
I 'h . I .,.1
STAND Alii) SHOES,
which :-au't be CAi'trlled.
W. B. MUltPIIY.
Clear Run, "N. C.
'AlvrajF on hand.
Iaudteth'ri celebrated (Javden the hi-X m i tho in?rl;rf
We a e still selling. thosi" IIAIIN'FSS low for xh.
Also Tobafvo, C'iar?, SimfF, Tinware." roitiro, (Jr.wkory :vn
Give us a rail when yo i coins to to.vn. Itsppctfully,
T. ii. PARTEM & BRO
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