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CLINTON, N. C, JAN. 10, 189?.
Business notice unUr this head, 10
c nt per Hue first inHertion;utsequeut
insertions 5 cents per line.
Full Cieam Cheese at T. M. F's.
175 sacks salt at 65 cents per
sack at C. P. Johnsons.
If you want a new trunk give T.
M. Ferrell a call.
Have you tried that new lot of
Bucicwncat at T. M. F's? It i Tn.e
Wouldn't the Fields and
have had a poor time but for
Violin Strings at T. M. F's?
M. Hanstinc is still selling at
cost and will continue until his
entire stock is sold.
Go to Sanders & Harper and
get a package of Horse and Cat
tle Powder with every dollar's
worth you buy.
Vests, shawls, dress goods,
counterpanes, blankets, trunks
and valises, for ladies and for
men. Socks, suspenders, hats,
collars, cuffs and pants cloth,
at B. F. Powells.
For sale at B. F. Powell's
seed wheat, seed rye, Hour, mo
lasses, meat, meal, sugar, cof
fee, canned meats, fruits, oys
ters, lobsters, salmon. Low
prices. Call lor what you
B. F. Powell.
I I will be in Clinton every Satur
; day from now till March ist, 1893
1 Kverv one who is indebted to tht
I Sampson County Alliance Store must
I come forward and settle before thai
I dav. After that day I will advertise
h and sell, at public auction at the
! rniirt hmicp door nil accounts thai
I are still unpaid.
I A. H.- Herring. Assignee
Mr. Jasper Rodgers (formerly wit!
T. M. Ferrell) ot Amuses, Ga., i
spending a few days in Ointon.
Mr. Tommie James and Mr.
A. C. Merritt of Taylor have
returned to Trinity College.
We are pleased to see that Mr
W. S. Thompson, who has for st
many years practiced law at tin
Clinton bar, has been elected Presi
dent of a bank at Cordele, Ga.
We see Mr. Cooper has intro
duced a bill to make it a misde
meanor, punishable with fine and
imprisonment to get drunk. We
suppose he does not expect the
bill to pass.
Messrs. Aycock, of Goldsboro,
Wobdard, of Wilson, Burton, of
Raleigh, and Davis & Rountret
of Wilmington were in town sev-
eral days last week on profess
; ional business.
. We are asked to state that the
. new post office, Dalila, in south
- Clinton township, will open on
I the 1 6th inst. Of course subscri-
bers who wish the addrees of
1 their papers changed to that of-
j fice must notify us.
Mr. E. M. Peterson who has
I been on the staff of the The
ICaucasian as local editor
Jsince the first of last Septem-
fber, has resigned to enter his
brother's school at Burgaw,
N. C. Mr. Peterson is a young
fman of ability and sterling
integrity. The longer he stayed
jn our office the more we valued
Mm. He has newspaper talent
and we are glad to learn that
he is thinking of starting
paper at Burgaw. He will be
appreciated in Pender when the
people there learn his worth.
fnfl" " .ThomPson Seymour,
ma., writer ir x 1
iri.J 1 ly sister Jennie,
fViien she was 1
fuffered from whi& swellW
Which greatlv immivJ ?u "
ral hea,th - j
leD In spring She
,r,,i , o a 11 yt inner
ill 111-1 T J . -1 .
Vlore tZn SCarcely B about
Wee boma a,raSe took
illm f Botan! Blood
:ured Dd nW she is Perteofly
A Circulation to be Proud of.
Ei.m City, N. C,
Jan. 13, 1893.
Mr. Editor: I want
)oar p.tper to get a circulation
that v on will be proud of even as
we at e proud of the editor. Our
principles are truth and justice
1 n 1 muse be on a grow.
Yours truly, X.
The Best Paper They Have Kver Seen.
Elm City, N. C.
Tan r i Q-
Mr. Editor: I' send you a a
Liuu 01 suosenners.
I hope to be able to send anoth
er club soon. Our people think
1 .he Caucasian the best papei.
they fcave ever seen. Much suc
cess to you.
Geo. W. Green.
More Kind Words.
JONESBORO, N. C.
Jan. 14, 1893.
Mr. Editor: Inclosed find
club from our place. I wish 1
could express to you my senti
ments in regard to your paper,
but I will try to show my appre
ciation by getting you up soon
a larger club. Our people arc
delighted with the paper, and ii
they were not so poor I could
send you a hundred subscribers
in a week. Send me a bundle ol
sample copies. The last issue is
the best one you have ever got
Resolutions Passed by Frlndship Al
liance of Duplin County.
Dec. 31st, 1892
At a regular meeting of Friend
ship Alliance the following reso
lutions were unanimously pass
ed and sent to The Caucasian;
and the Progressive Farmer foi
1. That we extend to Brother
Marion Butler our sympathy in
his great loss by fire of his print
ing press and fixtures, and hope
he will soon be able to issue hi.
paper from his own office and to
stand sentinel on the watch tow
er guarding the interests of the
laboring classes in the future as
faithfully as he has done in the
2. That as President of the
State Alliance, we have seen no
c.uise to regret his promotion to
the responsible and trying po
sition as it has been in the polit
ical campaign that has just end-
d a campaign that will long
. 11 r . 1
D2 rememDerea as one 01 tne
most abusive and slanderous that
has ever been fought by the white
peoplo of North Carolina.
3. That as Elector of the State
at large on the People's party
ticket there was no mistake, for
he bore our flag on high wherev
er he unfurled it, fearlessly and
to the satisfaction of his friends
as shown by being made Vice
President of our National Organ
ization, for which we take this
pportunity of thanking them
and to assure our brothers of the
reat northwest that we feel
hopeful that the time is near
when we will unite our votes on
one solid ticket for reform, and
place men in-office that will give
us the financial relief that the
agriculturalists so much need.
Jas. F. Shine, Pres.
A. G. Mo s ley, Sec.
The Campaign of 1892 not Ended.
Pike, N. C, Jan. 15, 1893.
Mr. Editor: The great cam
paign of 1892 did not only stop
with the election. It is go5n
on now and will wax stronger
through 1893. While it may
seem from one standpoint that
we were defeated, yet such is
not the case. The great truths
that have been brought to light
are still fastening themselves
on the minds of the people and
will logically take possession of
the people and govern their ac
tions; then we will see the full
results of the campaign of '92.
Then fruits of this campaign
will yet burst forth uud bless
those living and generations
unborn, then they will look for
the name of L. L. Polk and Ma
rion Butler and others, and
arise and call them blessed.
The spirit of unrest that has
arisen among our people is the
result of unjust conditions, and
this restless spirit cannot be
made quiet until these condi
tions are made right, and all
ciuses removed, 'and never will
the campaign of 1892 be ended
UHtil this iS :- aCCOmoll3liecl.lTlSTUEtSKlrnLlCAX3IACtII!EB
which will be done, it may be
under other means and by oth-1
er leaders, leftt the principle
..... UO luccauic, Ah WMUIU
me that tho rAanlft' narlv In
stronger to-day than it was the
8lh of November, the interest
and work is Ptill going on, and
1 nonestly believe we will be
ao.e 10 see mncn iruit m two
'Vpars mnr nnn in fniiffMra a
" " ' J I
Jan. 5U1, there was a very happy
rmmlrtn nt K r.,e;,j,.n,rt r Air
izensoi uismai iownsnip,oamp-
: -t? . 1 r .. I
?on county, i nere were seven-
ty-five children, grand children
and great grand children pres-
4. u . r
ent. All wrere there but the fam-
dy of Rev. S.C. Page, who lives
in Cumberland county.
S. B. P.
Sixty words free, oncentfor each extra
word. Always send moner with manu-
ll anson Iloneycutt.
Whereas, It has pleased our
Grand Master whose throne is eter-
Qai-to remove irom.us oy aeain our
Drotner Hanson itoneycnu, it
oenooves us as a ixxiije oi masons
so mve some expression of our
sorrow auu Bjmmuiy, iiiereiore
J il ii f
IvESOLVED, That in the death of
on. ttL ii it- r t..
oruiuer xxoueyeuti tuia jjuugo una
sustained a gieat loss, tno commu-
. . . .
nitv has lost an unriffht and crood
citizen, the family a cood husband
a A. LJ
and father, and the church of his
choice a faithful member.
Resolved, That we tender to the
bereaved ?amilv oar heartfelt svm-
oathv in this their sad hour, and
commend them to the Savior, h)
wiiuiix uur urutiiei nu&ieu.
.U1230L.VED. j.nai we wear tne
r mi l ii
badere of monrninff for 30 dava.
Resolved, That these resolu-
tions be placed on the record
book of the lodge and a copy of
them sent to the family of the
M. Hanstein, Com.
Hiram Lodge, No. 9S, F. and A. M.
Sampson County Agricultural Society.
The life and annual members
oi me oampson county Agn-
. 1 "I
cultural Society met in the
court house in regular session
January 7, 1893. The following
officers were elected to serve this
year: W. H. Pigford, President;
J. M. Powell, 1st Vice-Presi
dent; R. L. Herring, 2d Vice-
President; Robinson Boykin 3d
Vice-President; A. Hobbs,Treas
urer; John A.' Oates, Secre
tary; H. E. Faison, Correspond
ing Secretary. Ihey resolved
to hold their fair this year some
time in November. Days will
be announced later. . "
Hie Red Hill Union.
The Alliance Union at Red
Hill on last Saturday wis quite
dauucaaj.iu opiuc kjx 1. ov.v-v
and snow and extreme cold
weather. The writer was in
vited to address the meeting. He
went, but did not expect to find
a dozen present, but to our sur
prise and gratification ve found
enough delegates and members
of the Alliance to more than
half fill the commodious church.
The brothers expected to have a
... , j j- rn
- v , . .
had erected a large tame ana
put up a stand in the grove, ana
decorated it in holiday style. It jg Qne of UlQ iest yirt
We spoke indoors, but went out ueg 0f a gentleman to apologize
on the snow and enjoyed an ele-
gant dinner. There would have
been over 1,000 people present
if the weather had not been so
rTl, A1i;nk ic cfrnnrrpr
i that spp.tion than it was a
M mJL UMi w w w-
month ago. The ladies are tak
ing an interest in it
The above was written for the
nanar tvvn WPftks afO. but W3S
Populists in the Saddle In Colorado
Denver, Jan. 10th. For the
first time since Colorado became
a State the Republican party has
, . nfthf
lost an voice in uic tuuuu!
State offices and to-day the vie -
f Pontilists were duly in-
. j uJ0 V.o vnri
StaiieuaL Ulc ucuo vi.
ous State departments.
The folloirin? editorial from
brother LouckV mp-r, llm
Lnl4 ntl.. . th tli
V k'r fehtir the re-
rorn movement up thcr Uiru
the Republic u tnachiu as it
u down hem through the Deiif-
a menace lo tiie country, 11 ne
would lbtt n to the wild vapor-
intM nf I.tt iNnt'- hii iil!rl
theS oux Falls Pre. ' Word
thrmb'h hi (PetttgrewV) re-
ueuiun i.a-- jone lorui uiav uie
I be nreve.'iU'd from orjniniu;
or rivorg ittiti, or it will b
ome bitiiciom two years
hence." The time to flr!it an
epidemic or political nou.eiiM
or an epidemic of cholera, or
: , . r ?. u,.a
n nthpri i. i htiort it has Iiao
time to spread and row iato a
pestilence." The Press realizes
the danger of an educational
campaign, conducted within the
organizeu Alliance, nence iup
Bleat desire to scotch it HOW be-
fnr it lias "become bother-
state or national, better than
to see the Alliance "scotched"
- ti,,,,, ii in.,
nftlnfnl knmriprlifA-tiinf. 'fn-
h t JH Alliance iiad something
7 " nfoo rtf f," p "
to do with the defeat of the lie-
i 1 1
f , ; ' .
"uu- iu uk f uw w
I X 1 m
taKe an cuance, so uiey nave
I . X m m m m m m m m
"set tne gaii 10 prevent any
Alliance worK ior izvj.
I Farm.er3 of S Juth lota, t
rests witn you wneuier tue pian
formulated by the "gang of
South Dakota will prevent the
uiKauiiitnuu vi w-wucio im,v vv.
1-M i I
Alliance, wueiner or. nut you
ahnll fio-ht. fnr Mir dftm.mds in I
vour own wav or accept the
dictum of these self-constituted
"cranks" who regard all the
men as "hair-brained fanatics,"
who do not follow a line of pol-
icy that meets their approba-
We mistake the temper of the
Ui ouutu uuia i.
n P Cnnt l Tlrlr-rt if
ao noi resent tne mso-
lAiirf nf tlA Prftw hv r.ornnlet
- c -
inff the most perfect organiza
tion there has ever been in the
Nature should be
assisted to throw
off imparities of the
does it so irell, so
promptly, or so
safelv as Swift's
LIFE rTAn NO CHARMS.
For three vears I was troubled with mala
rial TVMson. which caused siv appetite to fail,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life
to its LJSj
getnoreiief. I then decided to try tTZ : 5
a few hottles of this wonderful 1 m 1 m
. a. rice, Ottawa, Kan.
I 1 . . .
. . ,-r.-ie-TM.
mailedfree. ... .
Swift Specoto lx., Auania, w
. t n , 1
If you want to find out what
a dollar is worth, try to borrow
mere are yersuns wuucai
to Ret to heaven up the steps of
Every confession to a weak
ness is a drift upon the reeer
I voir ox pcrxeu uiaimuuu.
The editor whose labor
ri missed his calling.
for a wrong he has committed
K;" r.uVt rvlu
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE cEnttkW
I TUP RPST.SHQE R THE WORLD F03TKKOSa
- orHBit s p rr 1 a t.tii:? m footwear w of
1 ISSJr STSSS
- 1 W. L. Dosjflas, BrackJou, iUass. Soldi
Edgar Herring, Garland, N. C
1 - . ,
iiiijv ru1Mi rmt
WUNU S UBVS III 01161.
Mr. Frank V. Thornton of
Fajetteville, tho creat dry cooda
merchant made an assignment on
the Oth inst. Tho liabilities are ca
has offered to compromise with his
creditors at 3oc. on tho dollar.
Ma)' J- W- Yson lias been
I tl'innimnticlr Trli:w-f lx? Iha I
r;r." T 7 r,
i a memueroi mo rauroau
llio tnermometer registerea zero
at Winston on the 11th. It was
lhe widest weather there in fifteen
Hpnrv Rlonnt. rvlitor of tho
Wilson Mirror, is to take the field
on a Jecturincr tour in the spnne.
t t n Oliver of Favetteviilo
has accepted the call of tho First
rjannsi cnurcn OI umiuuiou.
Dr. Deems is better.
Mr. Blaine is now kept alive
Senator Hill says he will not
The Niagara river at Niagara.
N. Y.. is blocked with ice for the
first time in seven years.
iuc cotion crop is esumaieu ai
I ml 11 1? 1 Jl L
,ess than O OOU.UUU bales.
Mr. Carlisle has agreed to be
Cleveland s Treasurer.
Edward Murphy, Jr., will bt? the
new Senator from .Newiork.
The Qurantine Bill has passed
the Senate with amendments.
Small-pox has made its appear-
ance among tho citizens of Sitka,
The average duration of lives in
the United States is 17.3 years for
mechanics, -115.4 years for mer-
chants, bb years lor lawyers ana
622 years for farmers.
ve authorize our advertised
drucirist to sell Dr. King's New
I Discovery lor onsumpuon,
I I .cr1is nnd Colds, nnon this
I r 1
:ondition. If you are afflicted
with a Cough, Cold or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble,
- ... , . i
iVA - w, . . " 7" -T
directed, KIV1DS it a iair inai,
and experience no beneht, you
1 may return the bottle and have
J mnMV r.fnnrtPd. AVe
ould nQt ake tMg offer did
we hot know .that Dr. King's
New Discovery could be relied
on. It never disappoints. Trial
bottle free at the Drug Stores
ot R. H. Holliday and Jno. R.
Smith of Mt. Olive. Large
size 50c. and 8100.
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TnE News is the only consis
tent champion of Silver in the
West, and should be in every
home in the West, and in the
hands of every miner and busi
ness man in Colorado. Send in
yonr subscription at once. ,
Address THE NEWS, Den
Tor, Colo. tf.
"The Sales of
4 Old Viiinia'
Have reached 200,000
A DAY, and arc CON
ING. They arc made
of Carefully Selected
Leaf, and smoke Sweet.
. to the End. FIVE for
Cu tt b rowiblt?
During tho late campaign the
Democrats made many Hatter
ng promises to tho people of
ho country, and ihe samo f cl
ows who inado tho promises,
n order to induce tho people to
vote their tickol, are tho very
fellows who aro busily engaged
n finding out a war to avoid
keeping their promises. Ei-
condido, Cal. Advocate.
How to. Curt all Skin DU."
Simply apply mSwaixk Oixtmcxt."
So internal medicine required. Cares
tetter, eczema, itch, ail eruptions on
no lace, hands, nose, de learinjr tbe
skin clear, whit and health r. Its
great healing and curative powers are
possessed by no other remedy. Ask
your druggist tor Kwarxra Oimonrr.
CLINTON, N. C.
l0Remember on account of
the fire I have been forced to
locate at the corner of Elm and
R. R. streets. My old customers
and the public generally are in
vited to call and see mo.
FRANK BOYETTE, D. D. S.,
Office on Main Street,
style. Satisfaction ruarsinti.
My terras are strictly cash. Don't
ask me to tary from thi rule.
T. M. LEE,
ATTORNE Y-A T-L A W,
Office on Main Street, opposite Court
A. M. LEE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, KCfiGEOSf AXD VZXTlMt,
Office In Lee's Drug Store,
H. E. FAISON,
ATTORNEY ASD CO US PELLOR AT IAW,
Office on Main Street.
Will practice in the courts of Samp
son and adjoining counties. Also in
Supreme Court. All business en
trusted to bis care will receive prompt
and careful attention,
W. a AL1EC. W. T. DOKTfll.
ALLEN & DORTCH,
COLDIBOEO, JT. C.
Will practice in Sampson county,
DR. CHAS. S. BOYETTE,
Monnt Olive, N.C.,
Offers Ms serrices to the public.
Charges moderate and work guar
anteed. Office at Dr. Flower's old
stand. my 2S-tf
DR. D. S. HARMON,
wmssixs orxHAijtfic orncujf m
Rooms 2 and 3, Allen Building, Frio
cess Street, "
WIOIINGTO, K. C
. - - - -. . t,- . --. p. - -v r
No charge for examination of eyej.
Offer his services to the peopU ul
Clinton and vicinitr. Everything In
tho Jino of Dentistrv done in th hMt
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