CLINTON, N. C
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On.inuel from First Varc
Fit-Til DAY, MOV DAY, JAN. 12 ill.
After reports on bili by the
different commlttHe the fol
lowing bill.- and icscdutiois
Mr. McLarty, a bill to amend
the Constitution .Indicia' y.
Mr. Butler, a bill to vrevetit
unnecessary cet and delay in
the trial of crim'isal canes. This
bill is along tho lien of one of
the deiuandrf of the Farmers'
Alliance with reference to -securing
sprcdy justice and to
prevent the prolongation of
Ilia's ori purely leclin Hal groun
ds, which h.i oit m make delay
ed justice near. G;ie section
of the bill incorporate one of
the suggestion v undo' by the t
t; ney (Jeneral in his lat re
po t, and which was iefrred
to editorially by thi Chronicle
a few days .since.
Mr. Turner, a bill to pay Soli
citors an annual fcalary. This
bill provides a scalu of costs in
criminal cases and that Solici
tors shall be pa!d an annual
salary of 1,800 s full com pen
Mr. Jlolloway, a. bill to licence
the dealing in futures in
North Carolina. This bill pro-
111 111 a . i
viues mat an oeaiers in lutues
snail l ay a tax or siu.utK) an
nually . Judiciary.
Mr. IlfcUamy. a bill to author
izj the Treasure of the Stale
t" pay mileage and per diem to
pe ons exunined before the
Itailnml Investigating Commit
Air. Butle! then moved that
the simular resolutions which
wa? n.tiu the hands of commit
tee n Federal Relations bt;
taken from that committee and
placed upon the table.
has after dividing the popula
tion by the number required
per ' Representative. . This, if
adopted, would make the total
Membership of the House 359.
The two new Senators from
Idaho, who cait their maiden
votes to lay aside the Force
r . 1 1 :n t a. i
Kir P.firon nf W9rn rP hi n(r "HI) ve acocruillK W CUStOin
i.fl.ipllaon of mortira- drawn lots to decide upon their
ges, deeds of trust and other in
struments. Finance committee.
Mr. Sutton of Cuberland, to
FIFTH DAY, MONDAY, JAN. 12TH.
Mr. Sutton, chairman judici
ary committee, reported favora
bly. i-v ! "'
S. R. Authorizing removal
of Trinity College, and for
i other purposes. II. 15. 27. to
amend chapter 90.
respective -terms. Mr. Shoup
got the long term which ex
pires March 4, 1895, and Mr.
McConnell the short term,
which ends with the present
It never looked more like an
extra session of the Fifty-second
Congress than it does now.
amend section 32 of The Code.
Mr. Franck of Onslow,amend
ing Section 1690 of The Code,
relating to the registration of
Mr. Itay of Onslow, to pro
hibit the salo of Fpiriteous
lquors in certain localities.
Propositions and grievances.
Mr. Cox, of Pitt, amending
chapter 444, laws of 1889, relat
ing to obtaining advances under
alse pretences. Committee on
Mr. Henrv. of Kockinjrham, v.? 'u"v
rpla tinn- tn mortced nronertv. ers' Alliance was called to order
'-"--""O " c r " I .
Judiciary. Another relating to in regular quarterly session by
ho prompt payment of all u M. Crumpler, Vice President.
monies conecea ny law. n.D: w ir t:-.,.a
Air. iiouck. oi DurKB, incor- , ., -
noratiru the Farmers' Loan and ause,ll on 'iuay, dan.
Trr.sfc rWrnnir. Cnrnorat bns. at W:6U a. m. LTaver DV KeV.
Mr. Sutton, of Cumberland, J. O. Tew, Chaplain, V. K.
authorizing the sale of land in picrford's resignation ma Presi
ALLIANCE NOTES, DISCUS
SIONS AND TUB DOINGS
OF THE VAPwIOUS
certain contingent cases. Judici
Upon motion of Mr. Henry,of
Rockingham, the resolution re
questing an investigation of the
public school system, was taken
from the calendar and put upon
its passage. Mr. tlenry speak-
intr of the resolution, said he
only wanted a careful investi
gation by both houses, regard
ing the reduction of salaries
and the working of the present
system. The resolution was
adopted and ordered engrossed
and sent to the Senate.
AT THE NATIONAL. CAPITA Ij.
dent was read and accepted.The
meeting thereupon went into
the election for President.C. H.
Williams was duly elected-
For.ty-thre3 Sub-Alliauces were
represented showing a member
ship of 1800 in the forty-three
Sub-Alliauces. Six Sub-Alli
ances were not represented.
A great deal of business was
transacted of a private nature.
C. II. Williams, I'res.
O. F. Herring, SecL'y-
On motion of Mr. Butler, the
rules were suspended and Hou e
resolution 44, in regard to in
strvctions to our mo Jibe: & of
Congress on a national financial
policy and adopting the princi
ples as laid down in tho Ocala
National Alliance Convention
was taken from the calendar
Air. jjinie;- accepted uiem in
lien of his resolutions of last
Siturday which were still in the
hands of the committee on
f l 1 i a i
ino question tiien occur.ed
uion its passage.
Mr. Williams wanted some
- information about the resolu
tion, lie wished the platform
and lesolutions of the Ocala
. Mr. Butlc-r would say for the
informa'ion of the Senator that
he would ta e g eat pleasure in
p.' jsjatbi ; him w tli th3 plat
form if he would com to hi
. Thmiirh it seined to hi in that
every one, at least a State Sena
tor, should b-j informed about
a matter that had bijen so fully
.' Thfi call tor the previous
question was made by Mr. Ay
cock and sustained.
M; Butler called fortho ayes
and noes. The following is the
Ayes Messrs. AIIph of Bla
den, Allen of G.anviile, Alston,
A rd it y , A t water, A very, A ycock,
Rellamv, Bishop, Bowers, Bryan,
liutler, Chesson, Conrts,Cu! bret,
Davis of Franklin, Dauis of
Haywood, Durham Freeman,
Galloway, Gi'.inan, Green of
Hariiet?, Green of Wake, Grig-
. sby, Hob on, Lucas, McLean,
McLarty, Mitchell, Morgan,
Pa'ne. 1'arker, Reid, Reynolds,
Ros , Russell, ShankJe, Skinner,
Speiglit, Sprinkle, Stanford,
Turne. T witty, Walscr, White,
Wilcox, Williams. Total 4G. :
Many Senators took" occasion
their na :e was called to ex
plain tlielr vote.
Tlie bill to p: event the use of
language calculated to create a
breach of peace waS reported
favorably, passed second .and
third cadiitir and was ordered
engrossed and sent to the House.
The House resolution of
Uankstothe State Chrouicle
Rev. Daniel Culbrewh- of the
Noith Carolina Conference and
a native of Sampson county,
died Lere on lho 7th instant, at
tho advanced ago of .83. See
fuller particulars in a special
commiinication. The deceased
is an uncle of.Senator Culbreth,
of Columbus, Aho isnowrepre
sontlng the l-lth dis.rirt,. Sen
ator Culbreth is also a native of
Sampson county, and will mace
a tsefu ard idslen t member cf
At the Democratic caucus
Monday night Senator Vance
was 1'Ut in noiaination for his"
own nieces or by Col. Pickett,
of Anson, who was in theLegis
diture?3G years ago with yhce
then a member 6f the-'House
from iVuncombe. The nomina
tion was seconded by the Sena
tor from Sampson and other
members oi the General Assem
bly.. Vance was nominated by
acclamation amid great enthu
: siasm. - When the venerable
statesman appeared iir'the hail
toaccept the nomination, en thu
eiasm was wld . His speech
was touching and masterly.
Washington-, I). C, Jao. 12.
Mr. Harrison now fully reali
ze i the ancient adage. 'There's
many a slip" etc. It would be
hard t ) find a more disgruntled
man. Just as he thought the
pins were all set up for the
passage of the Force, bill, by
which he expects to obtain an
other term in the White House,
presto, change, aud his hobby
gess glimmering and is replaced
by a financial measure which
will probably, I might safely
say certainly include what Mr.
Harrison is a strougly opposed
to as he can be to anything
the free and unlimited coinage
of silver. To say that the
radical republican Senators
were dazed by the side tracking
of the Force bill but mildly ex
presses the situation; they were adopted and ordered to be
OAK RIDGE ALLIANCE.
Mr. Editor: You will please
allow space in your paper for a
short sketch of the proceedings
of the Union Alliance held at
O.ik Rids;e school-h.mseJan.3 d
1891. The meeting was largely
attended by brethren aud sis
ters and friends from snrpund-
ing neighborhood; all with
baskets of provisions aud .set a
fine .dinner which very much
added to the . pleasure and in
terest f the ' occasion. There
were six sub alliances represen
ted.- The most efficient Presi
dent R. M. Crumpler called the
union together, and slated in a
few brief lemahs, the ohject of
assembly. Several queries ve
d f cussed, and able speeches
were made by brethren of the
different lodges. Amomr the
mast .interesting proceedings
the f d lowing resolutions were
completely demoralized, and
are still in that condition, in
spite of constant consultations
arith Mr. Harrison and Speaker
The charge that the result
was brought about by a bargain
between the democrats and the
silver republicans was loo silly
to need lhe denials which
prominent gentlemen on both
ides have given to it. The
democrats entered the fight
presented to the County Alli
Resolved Int. That we the
farmers' alliance in Union nieet-
114 at Oak Ridge lodtre the 3rd
dav of Jan. 1891. Do resnlve
that the present expensive sys
tun under which our public
schools are run, should be abo ¬
lished and do recommend that
our couniy alliance demands of
ur present legislature to change
the law in such a way, as to run
had furnished the means of do
ing so, and the boy who had the
bra' ns and th grit and wanted
a higher education, went t the
seminary or college at "his own
expense, while the duller boys
turned thir attention to other
pursuits. Utility being the
test and measure of education,
it must be admitted that the
old system was a goo one, for
it turned out many fiiiiell gnt,
successful and useful men aud
wunen and few crank. lhv
very patt-rnal heorv of govern-1
meut that trie State should
liberally ducatr? it children'
had not bee? Introduced in our
Southern politics. Apart f:oin
the impossibility of training aU
minds up to the same standard,
there is no more reason why
the State should furn'sh a god
education to its citizens Mian
that ;t. should furnish them
with food and clothing, o--forty
acres and a mule.' Tha
old field dr. 11 made good read
ers, first-rate writers and ac
curate accountants, and was
sufficient to develop Uie powers
of the young mind; it there
fore sought the good of the
greatest uumber, and conse
quently satisfied the require
ments oT the State. But these
latter-day c auks are demand
ing a wider range of studies.
Aud they are not content to
ttop here, but are howlhW for
a law to forco parents to send
their children to school. Of
all the nlrssings say ther
cranks aud lunatics, there's
uothing like education. Rut,
doesedu ation necessarily make
a man a better citiz n than he
otherwise would be? Statistics
show the contrary, rather.
Let's see. Out of 85,049 ai rets
in New York city the past year,
only 4,033 were sei down as
"w:tbont education." No, fel
low ct'zens, the biggest ia?cals
aud worst criminals in America
to-day are your educated . fel
lows. And the records of crime
here in .North Carolina show
that some of the wickedest
meu (ana woniea. too.l are
highly educated, college gra
duates. Ihecrimmil statistics
of Raleigh, the Capital of .the
State, for the past two years
verifies the, assertion. Read
the court and other reco.'ds of
Wake oouuty and you will see
that her worst adulterern, big
gest thieve and forgers, and
vilest rapists were nil cultured
men, aud uea: ly all high State
and Church officials. True there
is an education that mayaim
prove morals, but it is ino-al
education; but even this in not
a certain cure. "Nothing," ays
a'distinguished writer on ethics,
"can improve morals but the
Gospel of Christ, and thatj, not
as law, but as grace, because it
gives man pardon for th past
and help to do better in the
future." It is gen-rally your
highly educated cultured la
dies and gentlemen who .-eek
divorces and get mixed up in
crim. con. .mits, and thr. like,
dut what's the use of enlarg
ing? The poiht we make is
this (and wo beg the .aders of
The Caucasian to stick a. pin
them, but along ip Nov. and
Dec. here they come back. Look
at him, loafing around Clinton
rith; fine' suit of clothes on,
big overcoat, gauntlet gloves,
round top hat, fine gaiter shoe.,
watch and shiny chain d nigling,
drmking whiskey, talking his
big talk -ibout his Georgia trip.
Right then Jus wife and child
ren arc .in a little log cabin out
on ;.onr plantation.- cracks not
stopped, chimney about to fall
down, silting ove a little fl-e,
mad? irom rails off .of voa-
fence, and probably hungry. He
biafs around, eating what little
hie fail has made -with the
little Rob Tail Bull, until J u.
about at them out. Then he
skips to? Georgia, most of them
skipping the tax collector.
Then say, double my tax for
the education of their children,
when he J.as'nt rniitrib.ited onej
cent, not even paid hi tax; no
sair, K.Taxmefo- my people,! UVR FAMILY IJKvVSPAPER.
Px tnem lor tneirs.it this can t
NEW AD V EUTISEM ENTS.
HEADS WINS ! ,
TAILS LOSE j
T&b Caucasian is at tliG
Oi' leal pairn iu North Carolina
and never at tho rdl in a-iyfhlng.
No paper will keop ya 'o!t r p 't
tnl on what
Congress I the Legislature
Are dying than Thk Caicasiax.
Subscribe iu-w and kol an
Eve on (he liiwmakci'S.
In adiiilion you will get the Local
aud Township Now.-, Litorary. and
lb Unions r.o'ics Alliumo doings, :
tino i-ii!inuol Sfory, Market Ro
pi, Talm:igt's Sermons ar.d a rt
g iiiiiM.rihf World's NoiV!. It 8'ioit
you got a
be done, th.m i say abolish li ee
education altogether. On elec-
lion day, do. they co operate i
with yon; No, you suppor t yourj
man, and they support theirs. !
Then let it be in the matter of j
schools. Look out ye Uepe-.
sentatives, claiming to be IV-
moc ats, and elected as l)enj-;
crats,tothis present Legislature.
now iu sesj.ou. Xo:th CanLim
is ov: wnelniingly lHmcratic
That reat Mass, want Z. B.
Vance, that great . and good
t;an, that beloved man, for U.
S. Senator, should he be thrown
cont lor f.ur months.
Clinton. N. C.
1 1 R UN HE MSI O N IC IX
rimer duly iijjp tinte t
( ' ir:
dor of the Superior
nou enunt v, in the
overboard, those that
assist ln.dnin it, will reap the
condemnation and deep damna
tion of the beat element of the
people of North Carolina. Mind
how you make laws for extrav
af ant. appropriations, calling
foi increased taxation. It was
the last straw that broke the
cammel'e back, xlon't pile ou
that laft straw now, for we
. t. r! i
imve.euougu. uriiig nome a
clear record, for, if you a
head with extrav iance you
may expect ti reap the whirl
wind two years hence, let's
have retrenchment. Come B:o.
Farmer let'sJiear you on free
Farmer & Little Tax Payer.
-VPl the State Chronicle please
copy the above?
Are broken down from overwork or household
cares Brown's Iron Bitters
rebuilils the system, aid iestion, removes ex
cess of bile. oudvrc'S malai io. Get the genuis.
!; :ic Wil-
liatifs, e.veeutor of IJ. I;e, decv'iii-ed,
against the heirs-af-Uiw of the said
B. Lee, will, on the Olh dny ef 1 h
ruary, 1801, at the court ho : o door
in Clintot:. N. C, at )ublie a-u-ti. u,
cil the binds of tin? paid 11 Lve. de
ceased lying and being In Sampson
coun'y, Newton, Grove township,
and known as tho "Cole place.''
Terms or Sale 20 per cent. cash,
and the balance in two ejual pay
ments, payable in six and twelve
months, with 8 per e ut. interest
from day of sale, with good and ap
proved security. Title reserved un
til the purchase money is p tin in full.
Exec't and Commissioner.
January 1st; lSUO. S-it
nn nonnna. o n n n
s. t r i i i m i ii i ii i 1 1 i i 1 1 ii 1 1
The entire stock of winter
x e w a i) v i: rwT is e m e nts.
against the Force bill deter- the schools in a more eqninoini-
mined to take advantage oi any cal basis, and havj the monev
opportunity that might offer to to come 'more directly to the
defend it, and they were for- child. 'en to whom it belong,
tunate enough not only to sue- Resolved 2. Whereas the
ceed in haviny the mosi otnoxi- State and National Fanners' Al
ous ineasute ever before C6n liaace, have made cprtain de
grees laid asde, it is to be hop- mands, and claimiug as we" do,
ed permanently, but in getting those demands to be roassem-
up a bill, which, when. . amend- bled. Be it resolved that the
9d, will afford tho country a county alliance instruct our
much needed financial relief. present representitives not to
It is hoped that the Ilnancial support for the United State
bill may be disposed of in the Senate any man that will not
here): North Carolina .-needs
tho Gospel .tiore than she needs
The Best Household Medicine.
Once or twice each year the sys
tem needs purging of the impuri
ties which dog the blood. From
childhood to old age no remedy
meets all cases with the same cer
tainty of good results as
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
W. C. McGauhey, Webb City, Ark., write.
B. B. B. has done me more good and tor les
money than any other blood purifier I evtr used.
I owe the comfort of my life to it."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va.. August 10, x888,
writes : " I depend on B. B. B. for the preservation
.- t.i,k I have had it in mv family now
nearly two years, and in all that time have cot bad
to have a doctor. " :
t3T-Write for Illustrated "Book of Wonders."
BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Oa. Sent free.
i f 0 In
1 ii -TJ
Is to be closed out., The
below any tiling evr before
We have hundreds of odd Suits, odd
Pants, Goats and Vests and they havfi
uo be sold beiore, we go north for our
All goods to 3e sold for Cash.
King Olothier and Hatter,
CLINTON. N (
. Mr. Edito : 1 notice in y.mr
week's isHie, a coin rjunieation
from Little Sleeper. Uisiews
coirvcide so exactly with mine,
I can't refra n expressing my
approbation of tliein. He re
commends doing avrav with j and Sweet Fillers, for which his
Itagland's varieties are standards
of excellence in all classe and tyi-ea;
of Tobacco, and particularly lor Ex-,
tba Fine Bright Mahoganies. I
W. J. Watsox, actini? Sect'y.
Progressive Famier please copy.
Senate in a few days, and it I pledge himself t for them.
wiltbe, unless the republican
can succeed in whipping enough
of their benators into agreeing
or the anti-silver republicans, A FOrlllTl 01 Public OpiUlOIl.
who are now hatching up some
mischief, unless all sum fail,
shall resort to fill-i bust ring to
prevent a vote.. If it passes the
Senate Speaker Heed and Mr.
Harrison will have a hard time
!i 4-1. T T j t.
is extremely doubtful whether
Mr. Harrison, in view of 'his
candidacy for a renominatiou,
will dare to vote it, as he would
otherwise like to do. Demo
THE OPINION OF OUR READ
ERS OX THE VARIOUS .
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
"e offer this eoluinn to our readers in
which to discus topics of interest and profit
to them. Ed.
OLD T1M12 FREE SCHOOL THE
Mr. Editor: Now that the
crats are feeling very jubilant General Assembly has convened,
over their victory, as they have the readers of The Caucasian
a right to do; it was fairly earn- may expect to hear of all sorts
ed bv vigilanes aud constant of legislative bills favoring free
attendance uponrthe sessions of education. While manv people
the Senate, no mattei what the advocate increased apprdpria-
inconvenience might be to in
The administration seems to
be making as big a mess of in
dian matters. a it has of every
thing else it has touched. A
resolution, offered by Represen
tative McAdoo, has been adop
tions for the present school
system, there are others who
want "a higher education" .at
the expense of the Stale, and
still a few who demand com
pulsory education. But wh arg
tl ad to , believe that a laa
majority of the tiXDiyer.s of
ed by the House, providing for Sampson county take no s'bek
an investigation of the killing intb.3 d3macoguss, crariVs and
of Sitting Bull, and it is believ- fanatics, who are howling to
ed that the. investigation will hav thnir children educated at
expose a snameiul slate of other peopled expense, If we
affairs. . , must have free education the
' .The House is still hammering laxpaysrs of Sampson prefer
away on the Shipping bill, and the old-time system : which
its Mends claim that its passa- worked well for our fathers,
ia assuredy but this is not aud has. not been improved upon
conceded by its opponents, who by these latter-day theorists,
are numerous and energbtic; ' ' The old-time, old field free.
The democratic. Members of school Undertook only1 to teach
the Seuate Census: committee children: "the three. RV.' when
have made a minority report
on the Apportionment ; bill,
favoring an amendment giving
Arkansas, Minnesota and' New
York oriH member each addi
tional, . because - of " the large
fraction each of those Senate
a, boy -could read, -write and
ripher, he sras feupposed to be
qualified for -the duties of every
day life, and the old field school
graduated hlm.nf ' he wanted
any more -education he cot it
himself. The old . field school
County Boards of education,
and'lH th5' county Coaim's
siouers do that duty', just so,
then he sys a county Superin
tendent of public inst uc dm is
useless, not worth a cent. I
think so too. That, six or seven
Lund ed dollars pevyear pa'd
to them.Jhad better bn spent ou
the poors education, as he says:
do away with these appoint
ments, andappoiut a competent
man to ''examine teafhers, let
each applicant pay Iih one dol
lor. That would, be right, let
them pay for what th.-3V are to
be benefited, and not naddfe it
on the county. There is oo
much extravagance going on to
many new projects, that make
new offices to be filled with b:g
salaries, suah as the above'and
Agricultural and Mechanical
College, Railroad Commission,
appropriation to' the Centennial
to be held at Chicago, And the
Lord only knows what else, and
where it will stop. WheredoeH
all this mony come from to
support them; why from the
horny hands ot.tue, Farmei. I
was. reading some days ago, in
a newspap-?r some writer re
comuipndinr our poll ta.v to be
I'll bet yo-.v. that man's hands
are ut h.ny from holding
the plow handle.- and rubbing;
the hoe IihIvp, don't uudHrstand
me as bt;in oppostd to educa
tioh: No air, net M conducted
upon proper principle.' Rit Q
be heavily taxifd to eduote a
set of idle vagabonds that are
among us, whose parents con
tribuit. nnthinj toward it, 1 am
Lot willing to ii. Though I
can't help it, T here enter my
protest against it. It has got
to be how, that the bulk of tho
effective labejr J or are going
off to the turpentire regions,
getting big prices for their
labor. They leave their families
here to subsist off of you, and J,
not one out or ten, send -bae'e
one do'lar of their; big wages
during the year, to help support
collection in nsurpassed and
proauc theiDGst paying crops.
His new Catal igue, free, will con
vince planters of the advantages in
usm his superior varieties. Write i
l.ir one. oMer the best and raio
cr)s t!iat i;iy. ,
jan8-lm . ' J' RA(llyt Va. 'DRUGGIS?
,. NEvV VDVERTISEVIEVTS NEW 'ADVERTISEMENT?.
Tiui coldest ar4d xnost inci;t!i i,it pirtof winter is
yot.' to cinie. S.nn tn.-. !i nt- fvt.l tint the
bj.A pfirt of tJ.o winter's tradjis past becatie tiie
Holiday? hava come and go.ie. Sot- so with us.
We-believe that the titno to sell goods is all tjik
time. Acting ou this belief announce a
at prices that
Don't fail to
Of SEASONABLE ARTICLES
insure theirpeedy tailing off.
'in Ynd i- rpJiro ihe price of anything yo?i
in the "way of . - -LA
DIES' CL! A K KS ,Os D SH W LS,
HOODS ANh iCI.VA'rOI. "
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M ElirXO AND ALL WOOL TJTDEIt WEAK,
J5 L AN KETs; FLAX NLLS A N D L P UO BES -
The Only Store in Town Devoted to
a Single Line of Business.
I have made a depaiture m the mercantile business by de
voting my entire attention to a single line of Goods. Here you
will find a complete l'ne of goods and will be sure to see what
you want. The "following outline will give you some idea of our
Urge stock :
ails, Hinges, Screws, Locks,
Bolts, Saws of all kinds, Files.
Farming Utensils 1 x
Shovel, Spades, iloes llakcs,
Pitch Forks, Plows, Castings,
Trace :Chains, Clevises, &c. :
Dinner Sets, 120 pieces decora
.. ted. . , : - .. . .
Tea Sets, 5G pieces, decorated.
lable bets, decorated. -And
all kinds of Crockery
the piece. . -
When peop'e want anything in this line they know
that wa alwas have the LvnoEST stock, tub best
goods and lowkst puices.
WJL LIKE IT
To b'e.f un!ArBtood and are determined to keep up
' ' our reputation.
. In this department, we call .special attention to our
stock of Spaies, Shovels, L'itch Forks, Briar Hooks.
Boxing Axe.G. ub II e, Plow Lmiss, Back Bands.c.
Alii i3, VAUA1SHKS.: K' i f COUTNP AXTr nnvr
in BBi JSIIIiS, WINDOW GLASSASH, DOOfB ANI BI.1XDS,
: ; Don't fail to get ouf t prices Wn ; these goods before
:y- s- , i--r.fi'.'.-...: . ' buying.
Glass and Tin.
" 3? K
lin Ware. Come in and see.l -
i. J dioJo the above closes of goods I have, and wiU keepinstikib -Cook
Stoves Heaters and Oil -Stov6 SasM, Doors and other BuiW&K M
Wood Ware of U klndn Cutlery and Caiptatera Tools of Ii4iS42&
Bells, Gups, Pistol?, Ac.
r.!hHr' Jus ??me aJ?d,uc?? Ke you ahyfUn in'thWimeyau nt M
lust as cheep as it can be bought in ihe 8tite. .w : f ul 'j
In the Old Stand of J. A. Ferrell J
J.- l Jk. JtS, X
3 HIS" Tlai3 i In th TnvthAln .tr . t
, in it we look back with pleasure on the successful
' yeaI -S? c,0??.dd.:pk forward with hope to the
yean toome.v Wv iim Sm .t..
. .yiaxm -P' aU our ol-Vones To them all we ex
.;rH.tend;oBrheay thfe!i;.andirih them u happy
. nd prosperous New Year " . ' -
St. C .-m i on 1 .
nfnio 7 wertl Komgto .na'de mightier efforts than ever
efore tn win your trade iiespectfuliy.
M F. JOHJNSON & CO.