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By XaBIOX BUTLEB,
Editor and Proprietor.
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CLINTON, N. C, THUBSDAY, MARCH 6, 1890.
Subscription Price $lJSO per
Year, In Advance.
(ioldsboro, N. C.
Will practice In Kampson county.
M. LEE, M. I).
I'lIYHICIANVSimOKOM AND DENTIST,
Office in Iee'a Drugstore. Je 7-lyr
I A. STEVENS, M. I).
tJ PHYSICIAN AND SuitGEON,
(Office over Post Office.)
ttdrMay be found at night at the
residence of J. H. Stevens on College
Htreot. Je 7-lyr
rj E. FAISON,
L1 Attorney and Counsell
or at Law.
Office on Main Street,
will practice in courts ofHampsonand
adjoining counties. AIho in Supreme
Court. All business in trim ted to lii
care will receive prompt and careful
attention. jo 7-lyr
VI 7 S. THOMSON.
H Attorney and Counsell
or at Law.
Office over Post Office.
Will practice in Sampson and ad
joinlne counties. Ever attentive
and faithful to tht interests of all
clients. je 7-lyr
Attorney and Counsell
or AT LAW.
Office on Wall Street.
Will practice in Sampson, Bladen,
render, Harnett and Duplin couro
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
given to all legal business, je 7-lyr
T 71 HANK BOYETTE, D.B.S.
THE EDITOR'S CHAIR
HOW THINGS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
The Opinion of The Caucasian and
the Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
Our people ran remember, not
many years ago, when a case
would stay in court from flv to
twenty year3 waiting for a hear-
New York politicians and bu
siness men say that Republican
congressmen defeated New York
for the World's Fair and that
the State will never again cast
Its electoral vote for that party.
If this is an, then New York la
to b congratulated upon her
loss. Yes, the whole country
is to be congratulated ii tn
vote of that State will save the
country from the reckless man
agement of so corrupt a party.
We are pleased to learn that
the South Carolina Farmers' As
sociation, which has created
in, so crowded was the docket. Buch a ripple in the Political
The spring term of court for the
uearmg oi civil cases in mif
county was a two weeks term,
covering last week and this
Court was at work only about
two days. Wo met a citizen, he
called our attention to the fact
circles receutly by calling a con
vention of farmers to nominate
a Stite ticket, is not connected
with tli3 Farmers' Alliauce.
STARTLING EXPENDITURES. I Qur Fanners ColUiniL THKGATTIXHuTFLY.
THE ALLIANCE HAS FOUND
IN SENATOR VANCE.
The Government estimates for
i current expenses, aa shown by
Mr. Peters, a Representative I
from Kansas, in a recent speech
In the Housa, foot up $U 2.000.-
000. That itself is somewhat
He Introduces a Bill Identical With startling. But, in addition, there
the Demands are schemes noon schemes.
The following measures for
squandering are being pressed
; by Republicans in Congress:
Prison Pension Bill, 11,500,000
TO THOSE WHO TILL
MADE BY THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE
AT ST. LOUIS.
Washington. March4th. Last
week Senator Vance introduced
a bill covering identically one
ol the demands made by the
National Alii nee at St. Louis
last uecemoer. it is to es-
Cu.ytox, N. C, March 1, 90.
Dariur the past few week
the writer has heard so much
complaint of the ravage of
that prevalent rest or cattle, the
TtM-re 1. no mmirbl irnrr. thl U wrSl .WWII IV, I VUAfc ITOr
bMd ud pvrmutfQt without ajp-kuitunU I by the popular ad meaningless
name ox -won l ana ha.- Learu
so mauy inmiiritur for a mnedy
iMtusinu lmmi.iu.v against their damages that, with
At the Farmers Institute your permission, Mr. Mitor. he
Arrears of pension?, 471,0O0,0O( ht tn vin8tAn n h. ve briefly Mie imrort
rr Service pension bill. 144,000,000 . . .. ' . . ant facts relative to the petl-
Dependent pension . . . T" lent insect for the benefit of the
bill, 35,678,500 we iern inuu res fanners and others lntemtdd
Dolph's fortification brought out. Prof. Chamberlain in rattle who real The Cauca
bill, 50,000,000 said. He hen rd a cotton manu- wan. And right now Is a most
Blair bill. 87,000,000 facturer say if he used the same opportune time for su.'geting
River and Harbor bill 20,000.000 kind of machinery now that he an effective remedy. Now the
used J0 years ago tt would pest can be easily exterminated,
Total, 1,251,000.000 bankrupt him in six months, for on account of its htbit it
Now the estimated revenue We have to keep up with the can be easily reached and ef err
that the morals, or rather the our comments upon the move- any State, the average value of will not be so reckless as to pass to succeed.
sense of justice in our county nt several weeks since in nSto thatwo 8 years next SiV' the? SeMEe8Ut?S.11 K00 "
1,ta mn a county ior ine t-wo years next W1n probably be adopted to The soea
Office on Main Street.
Offers his services to the' people of
Clinton and vicinity. Everything
in the lino of Dentistry done in the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HaJrMy terms aro strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule.
Read the following testimonials,
which are a sample of the hu ndreds
we have received :
February 1st, 1899,
Mr. J. C. Harbs, Hobton, N- C.
Dear Sir: I notice that my father,
James Britt, Sr., is using your non
friction Iting for plow lines ; Ilia
lines are gocdnot fretted at all, while
mine are frazzeled nearly in two.
You will please send me two jpair of
your patent Rein Rings.
James Britt, Jr.,
Business Agent, of Bluff Alliance.
Clinton, N. Cm May 21st, 88.
J. C. Ilonns, Hobton, N. C.
Dear Sir I have thoroughly test
ed your patented attachment for
holding Plow lines. I am well pleas
ed with it. It adds ease to man and
horse, and to last of lines. It affords
me pleasure to recommend them fa
vorably. Yours respectfully,
25 cents per pair. 30 cents if sent
by mail. For sale by Messrs. A. i?.
Johnson & Co., Messrs. A. Hobbs &
foon, Clinton, N. C; or
Jt "u"3" system oi government for the year is 545,000,000. or on- imp oved metnodn and itnple- one of the race destroyed. The
niji rHii iiii m- 1 1 ir nuririi in m i . a. t j & i n n r w mv ii i .c ... 1 1 i t a
. 1 V va . - IVIi . V W M 1 IV U 11(111 I M TI O I r MT W a a tAITA I Illfll I 1 111 MIIIIIIIL' HIS A Mil MWITlfl U W Vila IfT 1' II I W W AM a
is a different organization en- product8. The bI11 provides res;. "" do manufaeturerT have to keep ings which ther.nakV on the
llrely that whenever one hundred or rrtnixr n r.r ti.i
Our read rs will remember more citizens of any county mUriii r.nt. m t. n n p and machines in their business. h amIIv wt i,v nain.
hand over the hkin. The grubs
raising and manure. may ue removea oy squeezing
. . 1 T 3 a a 1 I vn A m a a a
HH v vw wv j avAvi u.' ill tim ititi ill vr riu ii i I171I on s i i rtA o a a v a orA ira n r i AnT m i in iiiihm iv iiuii i nan nv ia
wwurauemy un uie increase. - " preceointf snail nave amouniea bankmnt thA Trnncmrv Thft nn or .in. ,.f foKM out. in1 than h
... . - IJ 1 L . L II : I . n ... . . I : v - - J I Jl m.m tuv uv f w .u.o I 1 w... wv uouvv.
w e met a lawyer, ho called our 1"uei,e,,uei11 movement it io $ouu,uuu at tne current prices, rplua will go where the wood ine stock. He said large stock If the opening in the skin is too
attention to the fact that our verv unwise ana mucn 10 De re- uau roquet ine location oi one bine twineth, and the country raisin is the means bv which email it may be en Wed with
county was in a bad war he jetted. There are as good, r more ove mmeui Bwreuouses saddled with the charge of so the lands of England have been the sharp point of a knife to
R!i!ri wtior, r,Ar,ia true, lionest. unritrht neonle in I " . . - ... . : "uy uuuecessary ejunuunurcs reaeemea in a iew years irom ue removal oi vue
. ri,.0 . . - - - lot sucn county snail Decertmed wm ibor under an intolerablfl r tn th rlrt Un in th rrub. If this is not dnn
4 1. A. I. a I -Tt 1 " TllUUimi flC on AT nOF Qlin a a I - www i - - -
wus uiiii luere was mucn con- u,,v v-1""" u"WKi unner oatn nv tma enimtv riprtr
n . .. lil. -1 1 J.I - . y. . . . . . .
nici ot interest and much Jitiga- slluVBm" WUiUU ,uusl Pr snerm 10 tne Agricultural people will be heard throughout by the cows are worth more grubs will come out and drop
tion, and that people were then Pe respeciea. rroiession array- aniaem, n Piiau x ue me- the lan 1. -News and Observer, than the milk. A horse makes to th ground, where they wil
able to defend their rights e against profession is one of " ,7 UA . pecreiry ui Agn- about nine tons of fertilizers remain until July, when they
K.,M,i. U.,.U9 w.." J the saddest snectacle that ever ruifcuro .w . immeuiateiy cause eacb .ear
' ' : i,mm,t. .. vn . 0.F?nto De maae to abigbailroadmove. percent, of the manure from and repeat the round of exis
w.u,cr ami luuis. i seai Dy " verny me representation or UtV a W hv ur..n..r Thor tence of their un. Th fir
t -i .. . I .,,,1 i. I . . i . i . i . I Ti-i a it it, v mi I - I J
juuge-uraves. we asked for i luim ui 6uvermuui. gucn citizens, ana ii ine ex- wcumouu, va., rea zo-ine i, . insB in W4itJni, fftr manure attacks its victims in the late
his opinion. He said it was due 11 is 'one of the evils that our aminaton proves satisfactory House c immittee on roads have to rot mXnxXoi of its strength be- summer by stinging them on
form of government was intend- inen l"e oecreiary snan at once Deiore inera a dhi to aiiow me in loat by ieachw in the the back and depositing an egg
1 rtvtnnn rs-t nntrA at..aIa1 s A I a nHf anH bA Ami mWYmim 1 .... I a a
edto prevent. When one uro-l 1 a " ruo "4 , M r " , uu,8, ground. lie wanted the ques- m tne piace stung, me egs
tion or rotted or iresu manure vuus aepo.suea Decome sinau
discussed here today. white grubs, which form an ab
The time has come for the schgR under the skin, causing tne
I 11 i A . 1 f a -
use oi less commercial and eecreuon oi puws oy me lmva
more home-made fertilizers, tion produced, and living upon
which must come from stock. A this as their food, ihey grow
ton of clover hay worth 89, if rapidly to a large size and
fed to cattle will produce breathe through a hole in the
manure worth $8: a ton of cot- skin, which always remains
ton seed meal worth 828, when open. There they stay during
fed to cattle will produce the winter a source of constant
manure worth $25.25; bran irritation to their victims, and
worth 817. fed to cattle will thereby preventing their full
produce manure worth 811,17. growt. and greatly reducing the
NEW A D V ERTI SEME NTH.
We hve dck!cd to withdraw
from the tlmo trade, ami wilt en
dmvor to roitdutt our tulnrw hrn
fler apon a
Our motto will be, an hntMctr.
homt dtadins ami Miudl profit.
HTEWAUT A MINIM.
to a narrowing of the field of litigation
by the Legislature and the deci
sions of the Supreme Court. For
instance tbo Supreme Court has
decided that when a man com
mits tort, a wrong for which he can fonn of government of tar
is amendable in damages, that ation without representation
J. C. HOBBS,
Hobton, N. C.
he can "take water" under the
homestead act. This decision
is clearly wrong, it was not for
the protection of wrong doers
that the homestead law was
passed. The Judge, we believe,
is right, for there would be
equally as much justice in giv
ing the man who commits a
wrong against the State the ben
efit of the exemption as the man
who commits a wrong against
his neighbor. Under this de
cision at least nine-tenths of
the citizens of this county can
be lawless in their acts toward
their fellow-man and still not
be amenable before the courts
There are at least twenty such
grievances in this county that
would have been before the last
term of this court had it not
been for this decision. By it
twenty aggrieved persons must
bear their unrequited wrongs
and two wrong doers go unpun
ished. Let the constitutionality
of the decision be tested. The
Farmers' Alliance committees
more finvprrimftnt atrtrplimiaee Richmond. FrpfferlclrBhiircr nr!
iesbiou ruies to me exclusion ot But as a necessary preliminary' Potomac, Richmond and Peters-
the others then we will have it must he certified under oath burcr. Farmville and PowhatanJ
tte anomaly under a Republi- to th- Secretary that a site or the Petersburg, Meherriu Valley
sites for the storehouse or ana Wilmington and Weldon!
storehouses have been designat- Railroad Companies to consoli-
fd he n mn.lnritv of th lftfn.ll v I date into on mm nn nv tr h
There may be grievous wrongs, qualified voters' of the county known as the Atlantic Coast
but such a remedy is worse than at an election held for that Railway Company. One of the
purpose; also that at such features of the act is that any
election, by a majority vote, road exempted from State
the legal voters selected suita-1 taxation will forfeit that privi-
ble managers for the proposed lege upon the acceptance of the
storehouse. It is also required I consolidation term. It is said
From cotton that received flrnt
premium at Sampson County
Fair, and sold in Wilmington
at 12 cents per pound.
2-'i bushels for sale by
E. C. HERRING,
Or WM. A. JOHNSON,
feb27-lm Clinton, N. C
Saturday, Slardi 15th, 1800,
AT CLINTON, N. C.
The Forum, one of the ablest
magazines of the day, has sev
eral valuable articles in its
that th nftCfsss.rv irrnnn1 fnrlt.hat thn Richmond Tormina.! la I.. . Lt.u : 1 1- tu. a t
March nmtihoF Prnf Warf of , " V T . , , " 5)01X10 allowance IOr Waste must m Ui. umn. Alio is uiuuu
Harvard, has an article on civil the Government by the citizens, and it is thought best to con-
service, pointing out why there These requirements having solidate, which will make such
has been no nonnlar dpinand been complied with, the Secre- la scheme more difficult.
for it. Prof.JameWilli8GleeaJ7u1ff8eu uuaVr Afx!e f Y in IU1S con:
,T . .A ' and regulations governing the nection: "It has been rumored
or me university or Kansas, oroctirm nf nnhiiv hmiin tn hn fl,.o,..ioi .
1 ..L . ,1 1 1 i . -i . F ' I- .-..x i -? I Uied.1.
wiw pcuicvpj, uau iaige nave ereciea sucn siorenouse ior some time mat me K-icn-
an experience as any man in the or storehouses as have been mond and West Point Terminal
handling of Western mortyases requested. Or the Secretary in which control the Kichmoud
' .1 : . i I j t- j ..tt x
uia uisurcuuu may purcuasH or mm xjauvme ttnu ovum greai
lease suitable warehouses or lines, was trying to get control
buildings for the purpose. Far- of the Coast Line system. It is
ineis may store in such govern- understood that such an ambi
ment storehouse the products tious attempt as that would be
of their farms as are not perisha- difficult to accomplish, but to
ble; no perishable or imported make it still more difficult the
products can be stored. It shall Coast Line people propose to
be the duty of the manager to consolidate their roads into one
be made, but it is safe to cal- like a bee in appearance and Is
culate manure worth 87,20 larger man me norse-ooi ny,
from $9 worth of clover; $10,55 which lays its eggs on the hair
worth of mannre from 817 worth oi the animal.
of bran; $22.08 worth of manure Its attacks upon cattle may be
frin 828 worth o' cot'on seed prevented by smearing ineir
Aftpr this will vou oacKs with Krej.se. with wnicn
contfniift to him commercial a small quantity oi cruae car
onauo? Done acia lias been mixed.
t I r w w m . f
One inch of rainfall gives 100 i . . J-eb, uruggiav.
writes an explanation of their
nature, and of what they have
accomplished for borrowers and
leuders in the development of
the West, not forgetting to point
out certain dargers of the sys
tem. This article is a lull re
view of the subject of lending
and borrowing money on West
ern real estate, and of the rise
and operations of investment
i r rr ttji-
cuiiipauiea. Air. u. iv. rjs&e
with all the reverence of an or
WHY Til KICK AUK SO FEW
U 11 HAT PltUACllUUH.
tons of water per acre. Every
ton of water passed through a
ton of manure carries away
about 60 cents worth oi plant Men of intellect and educa
food. Can you afford to leach tion. who are capable of enthu-
the manure before carrying it si asm and ardor in the service
to the field? $3 worth of horse Df mankind, are deterred from
stable manure was exposea to peeklncr to do that service thro
the Weather and In six months the christian ministry. They
issue to the larmer a warehouse company. At least the pro- lrtaf Ao or rpnt of u- value, o i
We will offer to
der, for CASH,
tho hUrhud hid-
Warranted ierfectly ftound.
IIKIUIINCI A PKTERHON,
feb27 tf Ingold, N. C.
The Hon. Jcflcrson Davis,
MR. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.
receipt setting forth the quanti-l posed scheme will be construed
ty, quality and value of the in the railroad world partly as
products stored, the valne to be a checkmate move."
based upon the current market
that it was only woTth $1,74.
(Continued next week.)
prices, ine manager snan in
this receipt also st forth the
TJ. N. C. NOTES.
Inherited Blood Poison.
How many people there are whose dis
tress from sores, aches, pains and erup
tive tendencies are due to inherited blood
poison. Bad blood passes from parent
to child, and it therefore is the duty of
a a . - y
nusoanaam wile to keep their blood
pure. This is easily accomplished by a
timely use of B. B. B (Botanic Blood
Balm). Send to Blood Balm Co., At
lanta, for book of most convincing proof.
James Hill, Atlanta,Ga., writes: "M r
two sons were afflicted with blood poi -
on, wnicn doctors said was hereditary r.
They both broke out in sores and eru .
tions which B. B. B. promptly contrc d-
leu and hnully cured completely."
Mrs. S. M. Williams, Sand v. Tex is.
writes: "My three poor aftlicud chi ld-
ren, who inherited blood poison, h: itxj
miproTed rapidly after a use of B. B. B.
It is a Godsend."
J. It. Wilson, Glen Alnine Station.
C, Feb. 13. 1885. writes : uRnp. iind
blood poison forced me to hav my leg
Amputated, and on the stump '.bere came
a 1 .i ..l .-I.
uicer, wmcu grew w,orse every
on the good of the order have
done much to lessen the num
ber of cases, but the fact is still
as we have stated it.
thodox believer writes a protest I amount of insurance, of weigh
ing, classing and
charges against the
against dogma in the Protestant
Churches, and an appeal for a
church organization based not
on creed but on conduct. An
other religious essay is by Arch
In every day's paptir we can deacon Farrar, who writes of the tlle wareIl0US0 wceipt, but he
eleven months from date of
offered at the
the teachers of
ducts stored. This warehouse ?he State lmg h. ne.v.r
receipt shall be negotiable.
The products ma 7 bo demand
ed at any time by the holder of
been equaled before. It is wide,
thorough, comprehending all
that is needed to teach in
higher schools of the State. No
We congratulale the New
Bernlans on the fine success of
their Third Exhibition, ot
which all bear such decided
testimony. This display is eaid
! to be all that could have been
trinal requ rement aud will
not submit to its mental restric
tions. Hence they are exclud
ed from a calling in which they
are fitted to accomplish great
good for the human race. The
young generation, absorbing as
it grows to maturity the know
ledge and the thought of the
living time, the results of In
vestigation and criticism that
filter from the studies of schol-
The pros poet u and complete out
fit for canvassing will be ready im
mediately. AGENTS VISHINODESIR1BLE TERRITORY
on this great work will plea ad
dress, as poon hh possible, the pub
lisher, UKLFOIID COMPANY,
18-22 Kat 18th Street, N. Y.
NEAR THE DEPOT.
Sample Booms and Special Coartniea-
es for Trarellaf Mb.
The Fare in thd bett the market
affords, which l alwaya M-rved in
good wholesome style.
Board, per day, only 5 1 &u
" week. A 00
month. 12 00
count several boiler explosions, good aud the evil done by mo-
ana m nine-tenths ot the cases
it is caused by the ignorance of
the engineer. In such cases the
engineers are men with no edu
cation, (in the South mostly ne
groes), who have been showu
how to start and how to stop the
engine, bnt men who know lit
tie or nothing of the structur3
of engines and boilers, and who
nasticism-an essay apropos of 8lorage Xhe Secretary
ihe discussion of establishing Agriculture is authorized
brotherhoods in the Episcopal
Church. Frederick Harrison,
the distinguished English critic,
who writes now, we believe, for
the first time in an American
day until doctors gave me up to die. I
only weighed 120 pounds when I began
to take B. B. B., and 12 botilesim leas
ed my weight to 180 pounds and made
me sound and well. I nerer knew what
good health was before."
Deafness Can't Ra for.,!
yi?caiap?.1.ication thpy can not
el? mu "lseas,ert portion of tl
ear. i n a rvri. .
-- 10 vuij une way to c re
aiuess.anu mat is by constituti on
-icmemes. ueainess is caused by
. ...cu tuiiumon 01 tne mu cus
Wh. Z lhl Eustachian Tu .be.
kI..!"1-1113 Mbe inflamed; ?ou
holHnV"1 80n.d or impen :ect
oatZZt 1 " ,s entirely c los
iLlh.the reslt, andL less
and VmoT k "OIl can be takn out
Lturest0d to its nr mal
neanno: win hodei rn rwi
nine cases out often are
caused hv rau .... . . .
but an inflan ed iondi f
We will gyve On Muna ed Dol
lars for any ca.of Beaflnes feared
by Catarrh) thate oamiurt cureby
wiag Hall's ChtivJh. (Ti a lzZ
lnr n V " jimm
make all necessary regulations
f oir governing these storehouses.
Senator Vance pars his bill
will relieve farmers. His plan
is that the manager of the
government storehouse shall
periodical, makes comparisons issue to the farmer
between he condition of the storing products, United
French pesantry of to-day and ptaieB iTeasury notes for eighty
conception of the great of one hundred years ago; from J J-
exp&aye force of steam. In which he draws the conclusion ceintsr that tii nmrino-pr nf th
that the ability to possess land storehouse fhall be a Treasury
has changed the French Peasant; agent, and issue these notes,
from one bf the most miserable "ng tne warenouse receipt as
1... . 1. . 11 .
tuition is required. Board can pleasure 01 seeing iu muuu
be obtained at verj reasonable i out own u.sauuuiuou
Tiiia a rtf mnaflwera not ot we numDer. e
'PliA ttn 4 PAnAvn ff 4VaA 4 aA Inn
expocieu auu xa,io ars mnugn me punting pies., public Is repectfUIIy HolK-Ited.
. J "vervCJiaa of an smlnMon mnch
jwoperty is destroyed, and in
ineadlF every case many lives
aro "blown into eternity. Last
to one of the happiest and most
week the Lannier dis-UUery at substantial tvoes of men in mod-
. i 1 x a I . ... .
oansDury was oiowu 10 awins era Jiurcpe. W e need such : a
and for.r people killed and a change in America. . We have
number so mangled that death
would bea blessing.
Ihe Urensboro Patriot says:
"The w ater in the boiler was
low and Beaver, who was a nov
ice at en&ine running, sud
denly tu rued on the cold water
My great -grand-father met death
in the sa me way. Hewas cap
tain of a vessel, and an ignorant
engineer blew it to atoms by
DumDiiir cold water into a hot
boiler. I Engineer? should be ed
ucated an( 1 cau tious 1 u en. Tney
should, stand an examination, be
licensed, and it siiouia be an
inditable offence for any other
to tafeechjirge of an. engine.
the Irish system of rack -rent,
which helps to keep the farms
that within eleven
months the farmer must redeem
this receipt, and his stored pro
ducts, with Treasury note, and
to prevent inflation of the
currency, these notes must be
cancelled. The farmer must
poor and make the laboring Pa addition to insurance
class discontented and restless.
CONSUMPTION STJRELY CUBED.
To the Editor Please inform
your readers that I have a positive
remeay ior the above named ditease.
By its timely use thousands of hopeless
cases have been permanently cured.
I shall be glad to send two bottles o
ray remedy free to any of your read
ers who have consumption if they will
send me their express and . post office
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C,
181 Pearl St., New York.
and warehouse charges one per
cent per annum for the loan ad
vanced him by the govern
ment. If he fails to redeem,
his products will be sold and
the proceeds paid to the Na
tional Treasury. Senator Vance
believes this plan will , afford
great relief to Southern farmers
by enabliug them to hold their
crops of tobacco, cotton, etc
for higher prices, and at the
same sime the government will
be absolutely secure.
FOB LAME BACK, side or chest.
use Sliiloii's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale bv It. H. Hoixiday,
Druggist, Clinton, and W. P. Kennedy,
Warsaw, X. C. "
Hood's Sarsaparilla is on the flood
tide of popularity, which position It
has reacbed by its own intrinsic, tin
liberal offers ever made, and
shonld be profited by every
teacher in the State.
The Shakespeare Club and
the Elisha Scientific Mitchell So
ciety are doing some very valua
ble work. Especial credit should
be Viven to Drs. Hume an
Alexander and Mr. Hester for
the success of the former, and
to Prof. V enable Holmes and
Gore for that- of the latter.
They are always largely atten
ded by the students who never
fail to realize great benefit from
them. Wil. Messenger.
A WORD WITH NORTH CARO
The News and Observer, r in
order to let our people - see
where they can obtain North
Carolina made goods, will print
a directory of North Carolina
factories, showing the articles
manufactured. To this end
manufacturers are asked to send
us on a postal card, the name
of their factory, town or post
office, and a list of goods made.
Our State exchanges can aid in
this business, if they will; by
bringing the above proposition
to the attention of the manu
facturers in their respective
counties. News and Observer.
: W: HATS OFF. v
She came Jnto the theatre '
. And down she proudly sat! :
Then tooted forth the orchestra: -i
"Where did you get that hat"?
had very much at heart that
Northern gentlemen who are
recognized authority In fish and
came should at'Piid, and are
the public library and the read
ing room, and permeates the
subtile medium id communica
tion in which all society moves
nd lives, is repelled fiom relig
... a . 1
ious association oy aogmas
which its common sense will
pleased to see from ihe Journal not accept The p edictiou in
that among those present was Victor Hugo's ti'e of the time
Mr. Charles Hallock, Associate 0f Louis XI., that the printing
editor of the American Angler, preHg w.uld kill the church,
who declared 'he display to be was true of the eccleiast cal
"wonderful beyond descrip- fabric of that time, whxh is al-
w m 11. ii . i 1 I ..
tion.". tie says inrmer mat ue rearJr acarpous fossil. Whether
had never seen an aregation it jg U8 Gr u.j. univeisal Chris-
of so mary . different kinds of Uan "church depend upon!
fresh flsb at one time,not even at whether the vitality of that
the annual 'opening- display at body w in-the ifitojumeuU of
York Fulton market in April, creed and . ctr;n j t!ia htve
He mentioned ah o that he ha1 been wrapped abjut it, r in the
the assurance or united atates enduring neces-.:t hs 01 the hu
Commissioner Blackford that ,aI1 SO(l' v. K. Fisko iu the
'your best shad aro fully equal March Foruui.
to our best North River shad (a
irreat concession.) and that the
natural oysters of North Caro
lina are in eveiy respect equal
to any in the world Hews and
STITCH IN TIME HAVEH
A IEA1 SOLDI ISttVi SISTER
Don't wait to get nick, but when
you begin to feel bad come and get
a dote of medicine and prevent sick-
nex. This In the proper use of med
icine. If you will do this you will
scarcely ever have a doctor' bill to
pay or luxe months or time, and
nut your friend and relatives to
Kuch a deal of trouble.
In addition to my complete line
of pure and reliable Drugs, I carry
Warner's Log 1 abin Jietneuiew, 11.
It. Ii., the S. 8. 8., Quinine In small
and large quantities; Simmon's Liv
er llegulator, Famous Specific Or
ange lilosHom, Cuticura Remedies,
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription,
the Golden Medical Discovery,
Horse and Cattle Powder (1 pound
packages prepared by the Herb Co.
Archie Hrinkley w is a soldier of W. Va, Quaker brand.)
in the North
troops, in the
late war. He
The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't heaving a small estate. Briwkley
1, can-i Biwp.iatii v mu.,uiu has a sister living some wjire
anvthinz to your satisfaction, and
y on wonder wnai ans you. xou
should-heed the warning, yon are
taking the first Btep into Nervous
'Prostration. - You need a Nerve
Tonic and in Electric Bitters you
will find the exact remedy for re-
storiigyour nervous system to its
normal, healthy condition. Surpris-
Prescrlptlons carefully compound
ed. Local and office practice upon re
aagl tf DK. U. 11. lltlLLlDAY.
Goslien High School
-. . 1 m a I
in isorin Larouna. oni uuieaa
ihe can be found, h:s estate
will escheat to the State of
California. The News can give
this sister Information which
will enable her to get ner The School wiU be run under
brothers property and we hope I game management as before.
Will Opea Spriag Term Moadaj, Jama
aryCtk, 1889. -
Ine results follow the use of this the State paper will help us to
Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your Una her. unariotie iews.
BDDetite returns, eood digestion is
restored, and the Liver and Kidneys 1
I resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
I Price 50 cents, at Dr. R. H. HollL
Lday's Drugstore, C'inton, N. C.
KMdinK tonic, or children that wmt boOdlaf
We feel grateful for past patron
age and trust for a continuance of
up, fbpuld take
It 1 vleaMnt to take, cure Malula, Indices
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pqf,ffn rfiiTtrrtT tut u n
Hobton, N. C.
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