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llu? mconu day.
is li)it! a U(od
Fayettcviil" UfiniV.A'i a fttieet
Judfi A. .s"":"ur i r jrMd '.u
have held the nrtmlu'.e H tax t- be
Gov. Holt will make an ad-ln- at
Concord tho 16th inslant at the Ci
barrus County l'ulr.
Of the large number killed in the
railroad accident, near .Statcsville,
except two iia't their necks broken.
Dr. T. B. Kliihhury. of the Mewn
per, ha jiassetl hit sixty-thinl birth
day. Our congratulation ami best
The Richmond ic Danville Kail
road has offered a reward of ? 10,0 )0
lor the an est of the cm who eau-ed
tho wreck near Statevil!.
The opening of the .State Unlver
tittv thi Full is vi.-rvil.itteriiiL'. 22.'
were registered oa
and great work.
Mr. Fife, the Evangelist, h.w writ
ten n letter to the Charlotte Chroni
cle emphatically denying that lie is
to light a dut-1 with any of the
Hidienck.s. or that he will take the
matter into court.
Competent authorities estimate
the annual dannige to the people of
tho United States 0:1 account of in-M-ct
depredation at over $20U,00,00f).
Of this sum North Carolina's -iiaro
is not Ichs than S1,k:)(,00!).
The Stale Chronicle like it always
has been, progre-sive uud energetic
lor new.s of great interest and im
portance, gave the wl.olo tcntimo .y
relative to tho great railroad disas
ter near St;itcsviIe, as given into
the coroner's juiy la.-t week.
The following is tho condition of
crons ibr the iad week: Eastern
rtrict Cotton "'.); corn HZ; tobac
co 82. Central District Cotton 73 ;
corn 88; tobacco 71). Western Dis
trict Cotton 78; corn 1)1; tobacco
81. For the State Lotion 73 ; corn
87; tobacco 82. J.xj lanation Con
tli lion of crops .stated on basis of
100. Best condition is 1C0; excel
lent condition is 9;) to 100 ; good con
dition is 80 to 90; fair condition is
iri 70 to 80 ; poor condition is under 70.
tertvl. And I would
word, blewd of God,
th.it todiy ray
A: tux up to
nk it for
. a::d now
.., ,c:'i d to
The exact population
ted States by the
of the Uni-
last census was
The World's Fair Commissioners
will ask CongrePB for a loan of at
least live millions.
The bronze statue of Henry W.
Grady, the Southern author and
journalist, vs east hist week in one
Hon. lledfield Proctor, Secretary
ot War, has been ottered t he Sena
torship from Vermont. Senator
Geo. F. Edmunds having resigned.
1 he United Sta'es now has 527,000,
000 out-standing payable on demand
and only $18,579,505 of Available
cash on hand to make these pay
ments. Candidate for the vacancy on the
board ot" Inter-State Commerce Com
missioners, nado by the death of
Hon. W. L. Bragg, of Alabama, aie
becoming extremel plentiful. Sec
retary Noblo under whose province
it is, is a much sought roan.
A negro desperado in Florida, after
terrorizing and killing people lor
months, wast killed l ist week by an
other negro while going through a
swamp on a murdering expedition.
Tho by who killed him is onlv 17
ye rs old, and will get a reward of
First ten lines Irce,3 cents (hull of adver
tislnsr rates) Tor each sulfqucnt line, count
ing (i words to the line
II. SEYMOEE MATT1IIS.
The following resolutions of 're
spect were passed by Ited liill Far
mer.'.' Alliance, No. 925, upon the
death of our Bro Seymore Mat this:
Whereas, God in- His wisdom has
seen fit on the 29th of July 10 re
move from our midst our well be
loved and much respected brother,
II. S. Matthis.
Resolved 1st, That in the loss of
our brother wo bow submissively to
Him who does 11 things well.
Reso'ved 2d, That in the death of
our beloved brother we do realize a
heavy and severe loss to our Alliance
aud community which time may
Resolved 3rd, That his memory
. will ever be cherished by us, as one
who was not ashamed of his connec
tions with the Alliance.
Resolved 4th, That we extend to
tho bereaved family our heartfelt
sympathy for their great loss, and
point them to Jesus,who knows how
to sympathize with in.
Resolved 5th, That a copy of these
resolutions bo sent to the tmnily of
the decc asca ana the Caucasian for
publication, and that we spread them
on our Minutes.
Dr. G. W.Moskley,
J. J. Vanx,
J as. O. Matthews,
JCDflAR L. KNOWLES.
Whereas, Red Hill Farmer' Al
liance No. 925, on tho 11th dav of
August 1891, wero made to acknowl
i-dgo and b'w in submission to the
:reat power of God our Creator and
giver of every good and perfect gift,
vho in Hi wisdom saw fit to so sud
denly remove from our midst our
Bro. Edgar L. Knowles, who was a
membei of cur Order in good stand-'
i.g and truo to tho working princi-'.
pies of the Alliance, therefore
Resolved 1st, That this Alliance;
in in is great mamtestauonot Ood's
lwerlost a useful member whose
' im'tnory we will ever cherish.
Resolved Itnd, That we ask God to
! a husband to the widow a Father
to the orphans, and that wd point
hi family to Him, who is ever will
i g to inteiccde for them.
' Resolved 3rd, That atcopy of these
icr dutiors be spread upon our Min-
u' and feent to the bereaved family
tho hindr."."!'-- 1; - t:r
tho Go-pl "Ml. V
granted tl-it n .
like or'.: -ir
water t!j.- ;
( (.. .. f . . j (1
On-. ' i ! ve an
imd -:l:. ! 1 ? " " Vou
tri'-d tu t,' j a i. !' I ?-t sat
ihfy you. V". ioiioo L-r ;-ov-ernni.-tit
; ' ' " '-'" Vou
trkd pi'-ten 1 ... 1 . .. . . but works
of art di? i;'. Vou are as
rniirh dls:;i::t':fif.-l vvi-li t!;u life ns the
c-!'-br;it"d Fri-:i :!i tuthor who fe lt that
he could 1:0. r-.'.j-f luig-.r Tidure tho
mlnfortarns. vt th world, and wlio
mill: "At four clrx-k thb rdicrnM,n
I fih-j.!! put Jtn end to my own cslstenex?.
Meanwlilla, I murt toil on up to tliat
time for tho sustenauoo of my family."
And ho wroto on hi book until the
clock Ktruck four, when ho folded up
hi j manuscript, and, by his own hand,
concluded hia cartlily life.
There are men here who are perfect
ly discontented. Unhappy in the past,
unhappy today, to be unhappy forever,
unless you come to tho Gospel well.
Thb satL-fles tho soul with a high, deep,
all absorbing and eternal satisfaction.
It comes and it oHura tho mot unfortu
nate man no much of this world as is
best for hhu, and throws all heaven
into tho bargain. The wealth of
Crocus and of all tho Rothschilds is
only a poor, miserable shilling com
pared with tho eternal fortunes that
Christ oilers you today.
In tho far east there was a king Iw ho
used once a year to get on a scales,
whilo on tho other sido tho scrdea wero
placed gold and silver and gems; in
deed, enough were placed thero to bal
ance tho king; then, at the close of
tho weighing, all those treasures were
thrown among the populace. But
Christ today steps on one sido the
scales, and on tho other bido aro all tho
treasures of tho universe, and ho 6ays,
"All aro yours all height, all depth,
all length, all breadth, all eternity ; all
are yours." Wo don't appreciate tho
promises of the Gospel.
When an aged clergyman was dying
a man very eminent in the church
a young theological student stood by
his sido, and tho agod man looked up
and said to hiru. "Can't you eive me
somo comfort in my dying hour?
"No," eaid tho young man; "I can't
talk to you on this subject; yoti know
all about it and havo known it so long."
"Well," said tho dying man, "Just recite
to me some promises." The young
man thought a moment, and he came to
this promise, "The blood of Jesus Christ
clcanseth from all sin," and tho old
man clapped his hands, and in his
dying moment said: "That's just the
promise I havo been waiting for. The
blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth from all
sin.' " Oh, the warmth, the grandeur,
tho magnificence of the promises 1
COMK AXI YE TROUBLED.
Como, also, to this Gospel well, all
yo troubled. I do not suppose you have
escaped. Compare your view of this
life at fifteen yoars of age with what
your view of it is at forty or sixty or
seventy. What a great contrast of
opinion 1 Wero you right then, or are
you right now? Two cupa placed in
your hands, tho ono a sweet cup, the
other a sour cup. A cup of joy and a
cup of grief. Which has been the near
est to being full, and out of which have
you the more frequently partaken?
What a different place tlio cemetery is
from what it used to bo. ' Once it was
to you a grand city improvement, and
you went out oa tho pleasure excursion,
and you ran laughingly up the mound,
and you criticised la a light way the
But since tho day when you heard
the bell toll at tho gate as you went in
with the procession, it is a sad place,
and thero is a flood of rushing memo
ries tliat suffuse tho eye and overmas
ter tho heart. Oh, you liavo had trou
ble, trouble, trouble. God only knows
how much you have had. It Is a won
der you havo been ablo to livo through
it. It is a wonder your nervous system
has not been shattered and your brain
has net reeled. Trouble, trouble. If
I could gather all the griefs, of all
sorts, from this great audience, and
could ' put them in ono scroll, neither
man nor angel could endure the recita
Well, what do you want? Would
you like to have your property bock
1 again? "No," you say, as a Christian
man; 'Twos becoming arroaant. and
I think that is why the Lord took it
away. 1 don t want to have my prop
erty back." Well, would you have
your departed friends back again?
"No," you say; "I couldn't take the
respoosiDuity 01 Drmgmg tneui iroui a
tearless realm to a realm of tears. 1
couldn't do it" Well, then, what do
you want? A thousand voices in the
audience cry out, "jomiori; give us
comfort." For that reason I have
rolled away the stone from tho well's
mouth. Come, all ye wounded of tho
flock, pursued of tho wolves, come to
the fountain where the Lord's sick and
bereft ones havo come.
WE SHALL MEET AQAIS.
"Ah," says some ono, "you are not
old enough to understand my sorrows.
You have not been in the world as long
as I have, and you can't talk to mo
about my misfortunes In the tlnio of
old age." Well, I have been a great
deal among old people, and I know
how they feel about their failing
health, and about their departed
friends, and about tho loneliness that
wmetimes strikes through their soul,
after two persons have lived together
for forty or fifty years, and one of them
Is taken away, what desolation !
I shall not forget the cry of ithe late
Rev. Dr. De Witt of New York, when
ho stood at tho open 'grave of his belov
ed wife, and after the obseaules had
ended, he looked down into the open
place and said : "Farewell, my honored,
faithful and beloved wife." The bond
that bound us is severed. Thou art In
glory and I am here on earth. We shall
meet again. Farewell 1 Farewell 1" To
lean on a prop for fifty years and then
have it break under you 1 i
There were only two years' difference
between the deaths of my father and
mother. After my mother's decease
my father used to go around as though
looking for something, and he would
often get np from one room, without
J der hearted man, 1 hever fcaW nuii cry
a a a a m
out once, ana mat -was ui we uuruu 01
my mother. After sixty years' living
together it Was hard to part
And there arts aged people today who
are feeling Jost such a pang as that I
want to tell them thero is perfect' en
chantment hi tlio promises of this Gos
pel, and I come to them and I offer
them my arm, or I tike their arm, and
I bring them to thL Gospel well. Sit
down, father or mother, tit down. S-e
If tlero L anything at tho well for you.
Come, David, tho rxsahnLit, have yoa
anything encouraging to offer themi
"Yen," says the psalinbt "They thall
ttill bring forth fruit in old age ; they
shall be fat and flourishing, to show
that the Lord Is upright, lie L my roek,
and there is no unrighteousness Ja me."
Come, Isaiah, have you anything to
say out of your prophecies for thefo
aged )eciAoA ' "Yes," says Isaiah;
"Down to old age I am with thee, and
to hoary hairs will I carry thee." Well,
if tho Lord is going to carry you, you
ought not to worry much about your
failing eyesight and failing limbs. You
get a little worried for fear sometime
you will como t want, do you? Your
children and grandchildren somo times
speak a littlo sliarp at you beeauscof
your ailments. The Lord will not
speak sharp. Do you think you will
como to want? Who do yoa think the
Lord is! Are his granaries erepty? Will
he feed the raven and the rabbit, and
the lion In the desert, arid forget you ?
Why, naturalists tell us that the por
poise will not forsake ita wounded and
eick mate. And do you suppose tho
Lord of heaven and earth has not as
much sympathy as tho fish of the sea?
But you say, "I am so near worn
out, and I am of no use to God any
more. " I think tho Lord knows whether
you are of any more use or not. If you
were of no more use ho would havo
taken you before this. Do you think
God lias forgotten you because he has
taken care of you seventy or eismty
years? He thinks more of you today
than he ever did, because you think
more of him. May the God of Abra
ham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and Paul,
tho aged, bo your God forever !
DRIVE THE FLtfCICS TO THE WELL.
But I gather all tho prombes today
in a group, and I oak tho shepherds to
drive their flocks of lambs and sheep
up to the sparkling supply. "Behold,
happy is tho man whom God correct-
em. ""lnougn no cause tmer, yet ;
will ho have compassion." "Many are
the afflictions of tho righteous, but tlio
Lord delivereth lilm out of them all."
Weeping may endure for a night, but
joy cometh in tho morning." I am de
termined today that no one shall go
Yonder is a timid and shrinking soul
who seems to hide away f roin the con
solations I am uttering, as a child with
a sore hand hides away from the phy
sician lest he touch the wound too
roughly, and the mother has to go and
compel tho little patient to come out
and see tho physician. So I como to
your timid and shrinking soul today,
and compel you to como out in the
presence of tlie Divine Physician. He
will not hurt you. He has been heal
ing wounds for many years, and he
will give you gentle and omnipotent
medicament. But people, when they
have trouble, go anywhere rather than
Do Qulncy took opium to get rid of
his troubles. Charles Lamb took to
punch. Theodore Hook took to some
thing stronger. Edwin Forrest took to
theatrical dissipation. And men have
run all around the earth, hoping in the
quick transit to get away from their
misfortunes. It ha3 been a dead fail
ure. There is only one well that can
slako the thirst of an afflicted spirit.
and that is the deep and inexhaustible
well of the gospel.
But somo one says m the audience,
Notwithstanding all you have said
this morning, I find no alleviation for
my troubles." Well, I am not through
yet I have left the most potent con
sideration for the last I am going to
soothe you with tho thought of heaven.
However talkative we may bo. there
will come a time when the stoutest and
most emphatic Interrogation will evoke
from us no answer.
As soon as wo havo closed our lips
for the final silence, no power on earth
can break that taciturnity. But where,
Oh, Christian, will bo your spirit? In a
scene of Infinite gladness. The spring
morning of heaven waving its blossoms
in the bright air. Victors fresh from
battle showing their scars. Tho rain of
earthly sorrow struck through with the
rambow of eternal joy. In one group,
God and angels and the redeemed Paul
and Silas, Latimer and Ridley, Isaiah
and Jeremiali, Payson and John Milton,
Gabriel and Michael the archangel.
Long line of choristers reaching across
the hills. Seas of joy dashing to tho
white beach. Conquerors marching
from gate to gate. You among them.
AROUND THE CELESTIAL WELL.
Oh, what a great flock of sheep God
will gather around the celestial well. No
stone on the well's mouth, whilo the
6hepherd waters the sheep. Thero
Jacob will recognize Rachel the shep
herdess. And standing on one side of
the well of eternal rapture your chil
dren, and standing on the other side of
the well of eternal rapture your Chris
tian ancestry, you will be bounded on
all sides by a joy so keen and grand
that no other world has ever been per
mitted to experience it
Out of that one deep well of heaven
the shepherd will dip reunion for the
bereaved, wealth for the poor, health
for the elck, rest for the weary. And
then all the flock of the Lord's sheep
will lie down in the green pastures, and
world without end we wilL praise the
Lord that on this first autumnal Sab
bath of 1891 we were permitted to study
among the bleating flocks and lowing
herds of this fair ground the story of
Jacob and Rachel the shepherdess at
the well in Mesopotamia. Oh, plunge
your buckets into this great Gospel
well and let them come up dripping
with water of which if a man drink he
never again shall thirst -
F. O. Iloftm in, .'iHtor Time, liovly
Mount, Va . writ ; 1 am pka-J t
say l!u:t lvMaaic lia'm intf.e bet
appe tizer and Pwic fordclkat fieople I
ever raw. It a: ted J:'e a charm in my
i NEW DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS. SKW ADVEUTHKMKNTS. NKV A I VEUTISKM EN'Ts.
This Space Belongs to
S. II. Clifford, New Casse ', TVi wan
t oubled with neuralgia and rheumatbra,
his etemsch was disordered, hi Lm-r
at affected to aa alarming dgrtc, ap
petite fell away, and ht wa. terrilly re
duced in fiih aridtn nth. Three but
tles of Electric Bittrrj cured him.
Kdward .Shepherd. Ilarrbbur. 111.,
had a raatif.g "rc -n hi leg of eight
years' ntandaig. Lm.u three toltic ol
hlettric Bitten and fcvcii boxes i
Ilucklen'H A nr. a Salve,' and his le is
sound and well. John Speaker, Cataw
ba, O., had five lat v: i'ever sort s on bin
leg, doeters said he was iucurabit . One
bottle Electric Bitters and one box of
Bucklcn's Arnica Sid re cured Lira entire
ly. Si M at GO con ts and $ 1 jh. r bottle at
K. II. Iloll.dav's l)nj Store; John It.
Smith, dnygi-t, Mount Olive, N. C.
An exchange says that two-thirds
of the applicants ibr admission to
West Point and Annapolis are re
jected because of the eiFeets of the
cigarette habit osi their physical sys
tems. Roys cannot enjoy cigarettes
and the possession of a sound heart
at the same tune.
Btickleu's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world lor Cui,
Bivifcr.. Sores, "Ulcers, tjalt lihcum, Tc
ver Sore., Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains. Corns, an;! all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Pilea. or no pay
required. It is iiuaranteed u :ive. per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded.
1'rice 25 cents per box. or .sale by
Dr. It. II. HoixinAY, Clinton, and J.
IL Smith, Druggist. Mount Olive. N. C.
A. F.' Johnson & Co-
Tliey nxe offering special bargains on Spring and Summer Goods
.to prepare stock for FALL TRADE.
Our Cash Price to all Buyers Al
ways as Low as the Lowest.
And those troubled with nervousness resulting
from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
Brown's Iron Hitters. Genuine
has trade mark aud crossed red lines on wrapper.
WING QUALIFIED AS
administrator of Thomas
M. Britt, deceased, the under
signed hereby gives notice to all
jersona holding claims against
the said estate to present them,
duly proven, on or before the
27th day of August, 1892, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery, ind all per
sons indebted to the said estate
are requested to make immedi
A. J. COOPER, AduVr.
D. 13. Niciioj.sgx, Att'y. :
This Aug. 27th, 1891. 4t
HAVING QUALIEIED AS
administrator of the es
tate of W. J. Newton, deceased,
the undersigned hereby notifies
all persons holding claims
against said estate to present
them, duly proven, on or before
the 27th day of August, 1,892, or
this notice will be pleaded in
bar cf their recover v. And all
persons indebted to said estate
tate are repuested to make im
D. B. NICHOLSON,
This Aug. 27, 1801. 4t
Contemplating a change iu oar business we now offer our
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
NEW YORK COST FDR CASH !
This js'an opportunity to buy new and desirable goods very
cheap. ,. Reepectf ully,
M. A. JOHNSON.
to any account.
N. B. Positively no goods will bo charged
DEM ORE ST BATH-TUB CO.,
I Sole manufacturers for the Southern States of the
AVING QUALIFIED AS
JLJL administrator of Enoch B.
Carr, notice is hereby given to
all persons holding claims
against the estate of said Enoh
B. Carr to present them, duly
proven, to the undersigned with
in one year from this date or
this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery. All persons
indebted "to said estate are re
qneste'l to make immediate set
tlement of same with the . ad
ministrator. J. H. McCULi.EN. ;
This Aug. 25, 1891. 27-4t
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HA V
I lug qualified as adminis
trator of the estate of Rnbt H.
King, deceased, hereby g ve no
tice .to all person-? holding
claims against said eate to
present them, duly authentica
ted, on or before the 1st day oC
September, 1892, or this notice
will be plead m ba.r ot thejr re
covery. Persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make
' THOS. B. DARDEX,
M. C. Richaudsox, Att'y.
This 6th day of Aug., 891. -4t :
JN FAV ADV ERTISEMENTS.
J. O. Matthews,
J. M. Marsiiburx, ;
Dr. O. WYMosjKiiKV,
1 Tug Caucasian for publication. I . thoB ha Woja take his cone
: UWfmiuiV "".ram.. ., - ,- ma start oat, and ame'o
one would sar.
Father, -whgfe aro eon efiinarV and ha
would answer, "UJon't' know exactly
where I am poir.' ..."Always looking
for poinethiriff. ...'housh he was a ten-
In AUdiiion to my Rular Stock of
WATCHES AND CLOCKS,
And , my Repairing Business . and
and agency lor sewing Machines. I
have accepted the agency for the
Great Southern Music House of Lud
in& Bates, of SavannahjGa., for the
PIANOS AND ORGANS-
I sell the following well-known
and reliable makes: Mathushek, Ster
ling, Mason & Hamlin and - Chick
A sample sterling --i-iaro and a
Sterling Organ can be seen on exhi
Diuon ai my piace 01 business m
Clinton. Call in and set our terms.
. Yours truly,
MISSES JEROME & BIZZELL
Announce to the public that they
have opened a new line of
FALL MILUNERY GOODS
in the store adjoining Wm. A. Joiix-
Everything New and Stylish will
be offered at
VERY LOW PRICES.
. Call and examine before making
your purchases. -
MISSES JEROME & BIZZELti
sept 31 f
The Fall Sesaiou of thi3 School
will open on the -
First Monday In August, 1891.
L ha management will. be in
the hands of tha present prin
cipal, J. 1). Ezzell.
Tuition from 5.00 to 12.50
for a term of twentv weeks.
Board, in good families near
school building, at from $6.00
to 7.50 per month.
'For any further information
write to the principal,
"J. D. EZZELL,
Goodrich Folding and Self-Heating Batli-Tub.
It excels anything in the market. Tho latent novelty out. Sure to
please every one. Don't put in a Bath-Tub until you write us for Cat
alogue and prices. ' jy30-lm
J CO .
ESTABLISHRD I.N 1874.
Huntley, Sampson. County, N. C.
- FALL TERM "OPENS AUGUST 3rd, 1891.
Unequaled Advantages for Same Expense.
FIVE DEPARTMENTS Primary Intermediate, Academic
Preparatory, Mnsic. Tuition variaa from 1.00 to 3.50 per
month. Board In best families, near the School, everything
furnished, at from 6.00 to 7.00 per month.
The School is well supplied with teachers. Music will be in
charge of a competent teacher; in a separate building from the
other departments of the School. . .,- .
The School occupies three buildings, including the Society
Hall, but the rapid growth of the School, with wid i and increas
patronage, haa called for an additional building, which will bt
erected very soon.
SPECIAL FEATURES of the School are the Youug Mens' and
Young Ladies' Literacy Societies. .
Write lor Catalogue and get full particulars. Address,
.! Geo. E. BUTLEB, Principal,
i - . -
1 occupy this
When you come to Clinton be sure to' call on us." We aro
At the Same Old Stand
With a full lino of Family Groceries, Tobacco, Cigar, Wine?,
Ih-fiiidifP, Whiskies, P.eer, i-c. Call on us and
WE WILL SERVE YOU;
To your pleasure aud satisfaction. ItffSijectfully,
jyic-tr WATSON & PETERSON .
NEV ADVE I IT ISE M E XI ? 5 .
New al lg Facililiis
W. T. WILLIAMSON'S
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE FACTORY
Huntley, N. C
My Factory is now run at full ca
pacity. My heavy work is now done
by steam power. I am turning out
a larg:e number of new stylo Buegies
and Pheatons. We make to order.
but always keep a few styles on hand
for examination. .
I will keep on hand a larsre lot of
Western Buggies (open and . top)
and Roads Carts. They will equal
in quality and are sold as low as any
like goods In Goldsboro. Fayetteville
tSy Round Shaves. Hacks and all
Edge Tools made, and Repairing
done on short notice.
COLLARS AND ALL
I will hereafter keep in stock. My
Harness Department i3 under The
Caucasian Office, on Fayetteville
Street, near my Factory. i
rgT" lie sure to see my styles and
get my prices before buylog.
ju!8-tf W.T. WILLIAMSON.
For Sale or Rent ! ?
A desirable small Farm, with good
two story dwelling and all necessary
oat-houses, conveniently located for
church and school privileges. Lo
cated near Swain xligh School on the
C. F. & Y. V. Railroad. Will be
sold on reportable terms, with part
cash and good paper for the balance.
lor intormation apply to
- ; R. B. STRICKLAND,
. Fen tret's, Ga.
Or call on
. H. STRICKLAND,
jy30-4m " , . Sledman, N. C.