The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Sept. 4, 1890, edition 1 /
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.,-v 'aii'aci aw me ramiers u ui-
1 HE, . Weft propose to nominate
Sra: "-' ' ' IV-Sd- ntial ticket ir. l02.Tl.at
Km: '.ocifi :5'M District,
j:i-:n.:amin r. (juaiv.
For J;:dge;th District.
I.DWIN T. HOY K IX.
an J. r liaval t're-u-
'.Vi.a! le- tli'. ii tS.N.i'er
mean1.' es :i prtfe a H?T!
) reii'.ent to nr:' from
I IXJKS YAMAVJLUS A'HAKIl.
NEW !h i BLK COLUMN A I V K ' T I S K M E N TS .
GNs A."D ';'H:; DOi.VG.H
or Tin; various
f . f - .
kj iiv i: . ..
jxr,..; ( '.1 re-i-oiia-".'. . ,
k may te heard u eveiy
.asioii thai. ;l willnotdw I"t the
Now they tell it on Senator
'Vance that he had been trinity
s'.lk welly wanr!-, nitth:.t when
' r. !
ik- I. - 1 . :.
.- ! ,
wr a yuit that had b-.en kc
i'.'iT the ' jOlaLrO' i: l:: !o
provender for thrt t year prt.
. ". . ,, ,t - C'-l.iA fl-t. It.
I he jiitfUvlr oi th' south an-j Ailii'.iii- tu et Ha') iujU;'s. 4 , .-
, . , , ruiiior ahitit the enr.i' r
theW.t.e nearly i.eati!. i ur w.mhi-u, auvidor ai.o mi- th4 f ijf .. V ujv re.
Tor Solicitor-.aii DtnH, ,a!ifl thc. only ho;.e to wrest tins a .ri.ien almoj-. Mt tur.(. ( ,o Weshin,nr.?! ?lie iar
.vr r-f-n j t i l-v a i "f tlie:r v's !ur ear ilia. . , . .".
()L1 KR i. A LiihN. country Huui the K"I of .New 1ar:nWri wiiI lmajinaU. a:id ciect; peetc.l h.ia with thi- ulra,-:
ULlKT)r. N. C. HI'l'T. 1, io. Monopoly in for tlu-so ffcft with their uun - ' oiT hl
; tu..Hh,!.. K, i,ull toother. u,r, t. ni-M.t ari(; , xo Oil .
- . . . 4, . ' ,i Y ' j i .... -i , ..ii i A lit: vat iui. J5h witli flat
r'urnht.rlinil r air ,l Mi AlliiUin; mo ijiuji ........ .....d .... - ,
p r '- -'-
bs held Nov. 11
' .u.ie thf5 M-rtioiiH and (iol i hstln
.ea the day when thr ,rrolindfor Uvell'ly.uv
l...cui.-.tt..w. "vV v ., ....... n..AiJ
l.o.lr- ' ,! ll'T J J ,iA
e years, aii' I
Have endorsed hitn by arHa-
WflL-ft Varuwl CnllpH jiTitl the 1 , .i l.-..HihTitial ticket and a . i...i,. v.i . riatimt.
' - c --- : "v. uenre mei: irt'tt"iii uBpniriii)ii:;
State Unlvernity opened Mod-; oi'ie.-b to do the Agriculture i condition. It bthuovet- everj ' The Alliance platuirui riot
v r.nHit.us of thin eountrv justice, faiiuer whether or not he be-1 y1 -'"Uy u,a,1e "P, and at itrf
' ' ( When ihe West named one man-
v anco is for the people, t'l,JjOI1
!lonirs to tL;- Alliance to attend; next general inectiinr we e.v-
J; " . ..J r : : itheViuie,, and see to it that l-,tto a Pkr in.ertWdde
lu; m-ivcv me a .;...j 1 1 TP.aTlf 1 11 iT 11 1ft H II Oil Silt .-..Vt
people are for ance. I;au, the other and tin.-, ticket a; lelegatet4 to represent them i and "p'l'T:' shoes-Charlfttte
son must have him at lor bi! 4t iU fi1H field. :,t. th.ir ii.t-ft.t in tha r-.-.n-! Chronic !.
fail thid fall. - - , ventiou, br no one ele will.
The neg'roed seuid to have
captured the Republican party
and turned their backd upon
the white meniterrt thereof.
The Bladen County IViuorra
tic Convention meeb at KHza
bethtown on Saturday, Sept. G.
for nouiinationof county officers
and nu'inberd of th (leneral
!ialei:!i was literally captur
ed lagt w.'ek by our friends, the
enemy. The following eonvon
tionn were held there: County
Republican, State iiejrro, Repub
lican Conk'reddional and State
Brother Danio'n had certainly
aucecded iu iiiakiug the State
Chronicle a live mid readable
paper. We wish specially to
congratulate him upon the Sun
day editions, with the valuable
- - , ventiou, lo
1 he Compound Lird Bill had ' !()ur enemies know
passed the House, and the Re-j the Alliance was4orgauized, that i
publh-ans are trying to hood-; it ha- looKed arter the iarmers
. , A. v . interests at-well as the country e
wmk th Xoithwe.tern tanner j lntereptsl ;lt large aml as we Je.
and make him believe it is for pri)8eur n tremenduously large
hid benefit. It is a Republican ; per cent ot the voting popula-
dodge. The fact is, the bill has j lion in the State, we have a right
been instigated and now: to insist upon our rights which
, , , i l -4j I will not antagonize the interests
beint pushed by the lobbyists .. - ...
utniK iujutu ij . lot any oilier profusion, while
of the pork packers, a big com - ;50nic uf the ,)rofe-ciou3 are an
biuation ot capitalists who pra:-i tagonizinjj and opposing every
i ..ii.. ....t-.xi O.n. . f V.,-1 fj ! in nfn put. IIih frm-r mnlrnij fn
, n -a .,untii,irN .-f 'nnirreds ' belter um conaitiou, ana to got ot tfiuiei kiei laiim ana .iut, iU?l-sS?Sri?-l
aiio thvse intmber 01 onrtss . t , 0 tf . toll,.,.s prj!(.otj.insr vour b.ir.- tT.f CJ?2
S!ii t h I think j ou w i.i he U'l ! Ki-v .
Thit i l.uv -v( ..'. cu r in :i.y iiiv.r.. '
Arid tliat in !..ve La iAy 41'' ' ir:"u-A
In i'.ll li it i i.ic t;i:it w( L ive livid, irt.
Siii; i:ty m L'i i you lir-'e fiipj'.-'i n'.v-.iv fr(ii)
And idh to di eai.r.rii,' of tin: j ji j-I
Ant! iuly t:sinV of nil y-'iir I'.'m i.j- thI-sici'i,
Yon il! ! i inl'tT n: tt . 1 v al t.
ur it laay tuiut n mine tuvary luiii.
AftT tiny thnt in- l.'ct n lu'rd to twif, t
Wh: von t:M- wi'.ivv, ht :iT f--irli am! fo iorn, '3
wt r!i'n- i i "t t -rsfort of :. i hi-,
'1 lull Oil -.Mil 1'inv: VOU1 tl: (t IM IfS t O ;
...1. . V llM'Dlll mi.ijiiru
, ' of slavery ami oppression under; -d-ht.
are really working for the profit llR8 wllIch tho ni0uetaryinlluenoe j (,:, u.vn ,o ii; .mai, gi,a
nr thn iorK oaciters. wno are: Vnr. iu mi mrn'. ipnn v r- i nt i i.ive K i t y.- ! ;i -i v i.t ;ni
... . ' V. r j . i i j j : And t'ual vour licar'V
claiming "protection against ; :urt to freedom, is toekct ojvd j ! tiwr.-.
l Hie 1 1 unir " i
I require tnem to sign our de-
mauds, aim il they prove trail-;
M Ut all ' t.
I'ilcs! Vilos! Itt lihti
countrymen. The bill is
worse kind ot class legisia- . , . .,- ti,- f.vt i SYMeioM. Moisb
; . ,fti i7 foluii rr- t ai . u ni, nii' ana sti'imnsj: most nL niht ; wors:
' ' CltvviMSi. owxU.,v , sc-rHtdlinv I !,(. I.. .,.1:1 1,11...
tumors t'onu. w-ii'-h ufnn iih imI und ul
e rate. bt'i ruh;: very fore, sways.'s
Ointmkxt Stops the: in tiiu una Lifed
ii'tr. hi-iils uieemtiow, si;t! in 'nost t-:ises
rr movi-s the tumop . it ivu;.i:sl. or
by mail, (br .r0 cuits.
I)u. hWAYNK & .kON",:
ft l2i tim l'hihifh-'.phiiv .
The State Agriculture Depart
ment reports com f.Q and cot
ton lOi. This is a remarkable
hiirh average. It is certainly
to be hoped and prayed for
xi. l it- Ml .if.. ... I i
unu nomiiig vin uajipen iroin rotten set-o o
now oat to damage or lessen tl.erefoie the
tenses to enable one clans of; to your duty, and rally aroiind
industrial produers to benefit , your banner, the emblem of
at the expense of another. It Pf "f, l nltn
. I see to it that true men represent
imposes a lax on compound vml in all tbo officer8 ?n thtl ,Kjft
lard, which is a combination of '0 the sovereign people. C.
cotton seed oil and animal fat,
. ,.icl0i.r rl -.nl,.r! NKWTON OUOVK ALMANCK
Thft in-v, (;. I!. Thitvv:. -,f P.uar-
Vjil!l- 11: V :. i! Tl'Utf
pi 5si rt.
nijllliili ) luiii in i , i '-" . ......u u;iUi ;iiiHiiill iij.; - j "Hit" ii i ' -i 1 1 iiiu lyn.i mm HMMOWKM
intPiitlpA for as a substitute I dU:hter Of Mr. Ii. S. Under- witc owe ourselves lo SlIlLOlt'.S Con- I
inte ded for use aa a Mbstuute M.llo iH a inemher , f thlsUuwption ru,e." For ,alt- i, !), K. hjwfesSim
for thai art.cio.- In short the, ; our , I Kolmwv. .-H. .m: '-
whole thn- ;S a thrust at th.,; iIlf t'l:a, :wi,:!iiMv:,a ,.ud Kreatlv i
:rl K 1.-. i V 1
- ' - I c: . .
Ii; .if 'Ot ( I ijl
the expiiCtflnt rich ;.irveet.
Tho Krderl "lection bill i
dead. It will -ome up again
for eaucus deliberation, of
course, but ev n its most rabid
champion.'- now seo that it can
not be passed, and no serious
attempt will be made to bring
it up. St. Louis (.ilobe-Democrat.
TJii Kr.w YorfA
f : nf -ml e;.i .,1 (lie Lodge. Wei
..-r . x sorpriAed to see v.-iie so
yo'il . no u'e'l ios!ed (U the I'-.tMi-:
lit I it - I Atrr:..!ulture a nd 'he1
"l: ir-s;:es ol tlie d.w. She has done!
tlirouh o.n editorial t-yiug t"'mo;e thinising: o rid lias a keener
convince tho farmers ot Ameri-, iupielif into tho true situation
ca that the dealing in futureR'' ! ,l0'v f;!Cil! Urf Vhtm lna,i' of 118
(which is nothing more nor ie.'-s
th:ee tunes her ag(?. Her plain
The Farmers' Alliance in
Louisiana has taken a firm posi
tion in regard t tho Louisiana
Lottery, and has given ambi
tious politicians distiuct warn
ing that they must pledge them
selves to oppose the Lottery or
never more expect the Alliance
Maj. Wm, A. Guthrie of Dur
ham is out in a card withdraw
ing from the Republican party.
Hia position is that it is too
corrupt for an houeat man He
will vole the straight democra
tic ticket. We have loop thought
that he was too good a man for
Is the Force Bill dead or is it
simply playing ''possum?'' Are
the kads afraid that it will
prove a boomarang or are thpy
simply hatching more devil
ment aud" dynamite ? Let the
Democrats keep their lamps
trimmed and ever be in readiness.
I H:)iml talk of lifir. tp riiHuf ne;..c
than gambling and speculating and (nUll !llU(.h J) awakeil :
in the former's cotton, com. tvc..); u ;,).
is beneficial to him. This ef- . m
fort on the part of the Times; UNION 3XKKTIXG SOUTH j
shows that it greatly discounts! in V!Ut ASSOCIATION'.
the intelligence of the farmer,!
It is asking him to believe that it ;
is to his interest to sell cotton at f Special Correspoatleiiee.i
9 cents to the speculator, so that ! The Union meeting of the
lift, the peculator, ran make South River Association met
cents clear per pound by selling
it at 11 cents. The. farmer
with the church at Olivet's I
j Grove, Johnston county, near!
Four Oaks, Augint 29tli 31t.
M-ikos the 11 vi s s:f :nat,y f ..r i,!. -i:.:-i ru;.!f,
and of!n V:id3 to tclf-di-stri-l :.:. Diiirfi"
after t-airg,' r-o'.:r gtomnh. :--u fe l.t-ad:i.
licariburrii )os.df Kpt;t;t', a f .::. , a'; p.j.t;
feeling, li.ttl i&stv, roatfnl tonRtj.-. i.n-i trrtjfii
. larlty if the lx:el, ;e
Distress some of ih.j morv coiniion
Aftor syniptaaic. I.: i-i'pu dHs
g, not get -A'fi! Itself. It
Eating rcr,uirL.s rar-nC, Krsisioiit
fttf'rit!on. and a remet!v Ilk" irl's Siiriia-
liartlis, which acts gently, yet surely nd i
efflflontly. It Uces the M'u-'n and other
organs, regulatee the diKtion, treaty, a (
gooa Rppctitt, ana oy tnus Sick '
overcoming the l.x:al syrnp- .
totDi remove tlw ympa- MOHQ 3 CM
thstio effects of the d',w, laui?hcs the
hewlache, and rtfreshs ihe tirod mind.
f' I have been trouMed with dysj-epsia. 1
Lad but lUtl- appetite, cd what I d!d cat i
dlftreod w?, or did m
nearr- ,j.t,e good Iu aa
Ulirn. after eating I would
rtenee a falnUiess, or tired, all-goie fecUng.
as though I had not eatn anything. My trou
tlo, I tfclnk, was r.gravated hy ray Imsin'tps ,
which is that of a p.dnur, and trcn being
more cr less shut jp in a
From the annual report of
Statician Adams of the Inter
State Commerce Commission
we glean the following concern
ing the accidents in the United
States for 1889: 310 passengers
were killed, and 2,146 were in
jured. . That 1.972 employees of
the railroads were killed and
20,028 wore injured. Iu other
words one of every 117 of the
works the whole year to make ; Fourteen churches wererepre-i
the cotton and hardlv clears ex-1 sented. The Introductory Sar-! ?oom with fresh paint. La6t crAmnph
, , i-,..! sprtog i took Hood-s ssa-Stqrnacn
penses; llie speculator proauces P''-'u rnud-y; rllla--tlt thre tx-tues. It did mo an
nothing, simply makes a deal I n)ht by RvJ:it?yal'a ?,ert" ' -u80 mfht fl SC J.ll
' J j s'OUS were held Friday and Fri- i PPWt, an my food relished and aatlefied
and then counts up his millions! d ni bt Satinday In(i Satur-! "oJS ffiffiJS5""
Two weeks since cotton was up ' aay night; during which various I --v.
the fanner hart none to ell. to- Eubiecte were discussed. relatitu- nuuu oaroanai M
day the fanner begins to sell I to the tenets aud practices if
to-day the price begins to come' "1B IVl"I7v Parc,Pai
, ... . , , , ! Rev. W . R. Harrell, W. R. John-
down. We inquired a few day. : F R Unaciwoort. William
since whycoton, which had j Bland and F. M. Royal, andsev
beeu a good price for the last I eral layman. There was preach
six months, was falling just at i"? every diy and nihtby Rev.
this time. The answer was w- ;- I!a,7e.1.1- . F- ? Ulul:
lit t i i ii wooa and I . m. Koyai. !
"Oh, the market has busted all ; n Hllllnw af . :
to piece-. ibis we already j the church iU Salem, F. M. Royal 8 '
knew, what we did wish to knov wag ordained to the fall work cf i 1 have just received a large
was why it "busted" and who the Gospel ministry by a pres-j supply of Elkih Vallev Woolen
'himtttiV if ! by tery consisting of Rivs . W. I. Goods to be exchanged for Wool
j Harrell, F. R. Nnderwojd, W.R. ; r will be sold on a close margin J
.Johnson and Wm. Bland. IIe! w-ty
! waa examined publicly, touch-1 iFAfc ' :
Mr. Kditor : I have heard late- j jnS hi3 c YSllu experience, call Factory mice9 inmrauleed for
ly.nia gentlemen speaking of Jo the ministry and doctrine, j GoX ' ?
wifccnoiiH say, wen, u air.
Sold by all OroggWM. fl ; sU for B5. Fro pa rod ctilr
liy C. I. HOOD CO., a.pvth8ari, Lowell.
IQO Dosea Ono Dollar
scnfv !. aivi:i;f.tismknt.
LS C 1 5
n -1 it ut
It MAS N.VIIi.K.
MhSS M . K V .Ml.i;-iN. ! i !m
00L m BOYS AND GIRLS!
. .Siipe, ml.'iiih i.t .
- . . F. ii.i-ip.tl.
mm 1890-91. Fail
rn i ION:
t 1'Hile, per inonth.
: oratlis lCr incut
.v : r..i.;'v
l ilt It? ii
1 r tu 1
u. xy be iu on- u.r a limited ii.allliK.r t Inwrd.-N
iT-RNKR, Clinton. N c.
io.Ti.it ion nduress.
MIN. .1. W
P A P A niPHff V
. W. TURNER, A. M.. Pdncipai.
S FOR MU m 0liNt MEN.
fi ' ii'; '" ss?oit :' :)U .it(ii '); nis S'lif.
j bra'hi, mcnth, .
' , -.i ' , ' 2nd G;.'rO-. pi mouth,.
I ;: !, uiir ii i th, .
I'Ki.i'.vr.v'i.!: , Cu!.' v:k,
H I II
A. i:ninef-s u ;-e, embniciug Hook Ki inr. Coruu-n.iJ
Arttnmetti ;..nd Ruiiie..-. I.avv will aU-, lu i.-itrght. TuUj-.to i i'm
s-j em ploy t.-i ! 'S : i.
v i nr,cry Pepartmeut will ho formed and
iu the town oi
For fui'th.T. p
auw','S- -1 u;
loo.- l r:i.-.n:ib? rates, can I e r.w.lilv nfUvine'0
KKV. J. W. TFRNirtt. Vviunl,
. v;iinton, ,. ('.
Sch o o i .
A Boarding Scliool for Both Sexes
Fall it iii si'
vj'-n? i.-oi nl
OKU APJSl 411.
I I ! ill'.O
i '.-ji-'lH'! Oil r
' -ii'l if!lJi',
,. l .:',
I'l ; f'il'lv
. r Mi..:i;h, l iiii.
Hr montl , ?l ''!.
jcr mouth, no.
;t r in !itli, t - .
ner ni iiith, r- 7.'.
- in mth, i Tt.
per mouth. .r.
P'T moiitti, ;".i.
L,i;i;i, ::i:ultUt;m, t tue A'.v.itemie (ir.i li', Scents pt r no:ith.
'i'.i.' Mu- lu:i.e-.r.j.- w:i? ii.n Uithertt e;a t ni" ( ,'u t,
.Si-nool, wil h-' - ji 'ii.hv . j-.n the -:-.ul-g term, ho vever we Ve -t-l teil
i,-o "is ;.i- ;e :'.in?iV- tu
merits tan .-lit u: .. thn
n -.'i :. :ti U-: w i-'w f.-,ir-- o:
It; tterivtvi fro n - f v., i.-tivrv :
for i t.e ivs !r:.: -ii".-: !effv
:ei;o i:i: iu :i-
ti ioi, ,:!! , ! nee ) to in Ia tit lirt-
T A L . . ATHRFS.
! I, -i. fi..a it-lv.t!ittiM will
i-t'e-.-, e .nnet fl Ul t), s. ,mI,
T ie . 'i-iO.,tCiWi is lii.r, !f,.i".t ami
; o a l i) .
;n ii-' '.iititi noil tii
'7.00 per i'.
So iii -oi. i't i'Vinn
una i ery .;:i- -' cla-'.-ii.
'J ;e4t ir i-. i . I'tja .) ,
Ofil ieo a:ut o ..(::. ,J.
For further in..im-ii!;;ii .iihinM:
sb"tiil f is o ctii vtfitic.it to the
ilit-, ri.i I it r i.i-,. . t
i tit 'ui.. '( itr';e no uiiir-
"i i i i !
i uo t-
HfJNTIJCV. .W C
tr 5 i, i &
rj. V. va
should be nominated I wont vote
for him. Then another say, if
Mr, (another man) be nominated
I wont vote for him. Well, now
that is wrong. When a set of
selected men, as delegates, meet
in convention and nomiuatea
man we should go for him, un-
W, G, Rackley.
Then came the sole inn and im-j
pressive ceremony of ordination J
attentive congregation, after! - Oil Gl'Og ROW, OppOSlte COUtrllOUSG.
which Rev. F. R. Underwood j T T k (I V MlW.mUX .
preached the Missionary sermon' a'"-, j KEMEMBER, that
WATSON & PETEHSON
SoiK S'lLS. COMMISSION MERCHAKTS
meeting at the same lime, re:l 119 Xort Water fre,et, f
i less we have the best of muson ceived reports, paid missiona-: WILMINGTOX, N. C.
for not doing so. We can't have i n3 aurt signed work. i Cotton sinci : imlei,
our first choice everv ti mo. r- The congretions were atten-j also : t-
engiueers, firemen and conduc- jforo a man scratches a ticket he, tive aml orderly and hospitality country Produce handled tbest ac
tors was killHfl. ami onn out of srioukl .stor and I h-inr TT aounuau:
every 12 was injured.
EJrG L: KS, 1M) fLEJ'S, ,SA If MILLS,
PRESSES. GJXS, WHEAT A3HJ COM MJLLS,
MS PA PR WOUKS. P 1 PK riTTIXGS,
mi AFT IMG, PULLRlSand BEL1IXG-
- ' Keep a t Jtoit'K i ink of 'I'obacco, C:f.-a-, !
fjeuu, t -tv.. ar a'aiMo & w:r i. sEr.tcTKD htock ot
Standard Family Groceries.
i(JAIX REM Wm HKlt. that a finer Fee of Wines
j doc 19 6rn
Col. Goode,a distinguished citi
zen of Va., says: There is a
great work for the Alliance to
do.work in tho halls of national
legislation, work in our State
legislatures, and last, but not
least, work iu the way of revis
ing and retrenching county ex
penditures, and In all this work
I am in full sympathy with
them. For T hope and believe
that the Farmers' Alliance in
the South will work by and
through the Democratic organi
zation, and that the Democratic,
party thus strengthened may
:,live. on to do battle for constitu
tion liberty everywhereNorth,
South, Kasl, and West,"
. . . - "I'l.. T T -J . ' - -
tnikMit sometime or other w.int aL roau teaGinr irom .e;v-
! to c:o before the people for some ' tou Grove to the ebnrch passes!
position, then could he complain' through 8 iertiie and prosper-
for bein scratched off. A man ; ous section of Johnston county,
1 1 h v f. kkx t' k -1 s t National Bank, ! Whi-fei, etc., can seldom b tond.
ilmington, N. C. aujr-tf1 ihe taniotiS-Ruftw Weeks BranlywJiich allconnois
who has been in the habit of i tliB country presenting the evi. IJaiTiesS EstablLshmeilt '
bolting and scratching he the j deuces of industry in Kood andj ' art mnvr tv ir i " t
dec.ly.ri the 'best ever tasted ) can be bonht no wltere else.
Pare up country Corn Whis: y a specialty.
The patronage of the public is re-pecifully riolicited.
SUCCESSOR TO T. ff. PA RTRICK A RRa
j . . - ! it V t . 4 A 1 , ... . 1 11! 1 AJi.lOll IZmIS l 1 ryt A .
man to oe up ior support? I ; D"sfu' iiouea, weucuui va?( IiJlm now Ioerttel on F , -f ;
(Juire if Kuch is presented to
them at anyand all times. What
think you 1 Is a bolter a man
true to his party ? Vote?.
A J i 1 "ft ;3T .1
think the delegates to conven-i ted farms, and good crops of j street, opiWteCAWAs.-AK office. ! A f. , fl I VP ITlllOTll
tions sliould look well, and en-i cor,, potatoes, cotton aud other I put up and keep in stock, or make 1 -- v u-XJij. til
isi rou. to ortier, miy styie oi Harness, lrou '.
- yiS inalS;- of ISdC bSI i-ocery - Hardware Establishment
COXSUMPTlOJf SUBELT CUKE1.
To the Kditok Please infovm
Vtmr readers that I have a rosii've
remedy for the above named disease.
By it timely use thousands of hopeless
cases have been permanently cured.
ILall be glad Id tend two bottles j of
nty remedy fhrm to any of your - read
ers wlio have consumption- iiihfcj' will
seud trie their express and .post ottke
address. Itcstpectfaly, - '.'
; : T..1. tSLOCUM, M. Cv
; , ::181Jearlt.vN?vr-YoIrk.
r In j dies, Halters and everything in this !
. But we will euro you if you will j line.
ijrotni, nonest.wori at the lowest'
living figures, is my guide and motto f
nay us. Uur messaireis to the weak.
' . . . 1 . i
nervyus uuu uuuiiiinieu, wno, oy
early evil habits, or later indiscre
tions, have trifled away their vigor
of body, mind and manhood, and
suffer all those effects which lead to
premature decay, consumption or in
sanity. If this means you, send for
and read our Book of Life, writ
ten; by -the greatest Specialist of the
day, aud sent (sealed) for 6 cents in
Atamp. " Address Dr. Parker's Med
ical And Surgical Institute, lot North
Spruie St., Nashville, Tenu.
A large supply ot Northern Har
ness and a finelinof Driving Whips
always kept on hand. Call and- ex
amine. . ' . - .
lerBesure to see the tielebrr.ted
Celluloid lined AVhip for which I
am sole agent. If this whip 13 not
satisfactory you can return it and
get back j-our money -Hespectfully,
sep5-im . WT. H. STETSON.
Is the.place where every one should gj to select whit he r;ceds.
I buy in large quantities for cash and dip-count all my 'bills,
threfpre I can sail cheaper than those who do not, and will do
so and give my customers the benefit.
rS the best grade3 of Tobacco. Rrandies, Wines, Beer, Whis
kies, etc., always on hand. ; '.. .
S&T BEEU AND WHISKY: A1AYA YS OX IQE.
- '.' .' . ' ROYAL. I
Havint? reeently taken entire ch re of the store, 1 would
i form tJ.IC pahlic tliat I am still U the Old Htand and alw
ready and arixiou to erv them.
j I have 5. larger stock now that ever before, and the goods must
: be sold I carry anything you want in tho HARDWARE LINE
j A large lot Fulton Axes just rcivd. '
UoIdyW IOt " "'0d 8IOFW a11 will be
A full line of GROCERIES always on hand. - 4
A Rig Drive io HARNESS, cheaper than ever.." V
Come in kM euml. tuv siick hen m town. , ;.
v , . I. M. PAUTUICK.
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