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v TIIK CAUCASIAN Ftiit-rcil nwnnlni; to !'otal Laws :it f X. V., an mcoihI -r mail CLINTON, N. C..-.MAU. 21, 1H9. The President Itsis nominated (eneral Longstroet to hiiw;;M (ieu oral Ilont-rar.H is IU-tfirUr 1Jie Treasury. , LM AXCE DEPAHTMEXT. ORGANIZATION. President Marion Butler; Vice-President E. IHch ; Secretary -L 1. Ew.ell; Tieasurer S. A. Howard; liusiriegji Aent (i. A. Clute Lecturer X. II. Fennell; Chaplain J. O. Tew; Sergeant-at Arms-!. II. Jer- niraii; Doorkeeper Charlie Crum On thcreconrrrucHrlnylnMay IP1, CommiJtee j. A Il&rm-U county win vote on ui Ua.Si chairman ; II. M. Cruji- reinoval of the county neat -in pjcr M. M Killett, W.II Thom- Lillin;,'!ou to l)mn. r r v as, . k rn?iorn i (Join mitten on tint Good of the On?r I. A. Oates, R S. Peter- T!:n t. in.ni who la honest merely because "hourly ii th iHO; J1-' oUuh' w . . J . ,i Query Committee W. IK'Sl policy 11 Ui:eaoy a. um m J. bankrupt -Dr. Talnruje. Senato.'s Kerr and Ayeock and KepU!.-ent:i!iyes Carter, Sutto1' and IIol man were appointed by the Legislature to nv estimate charters of re tain railroidn. V will look forward to their report with interest. The Uibliral Recorder copies to ks a double lie-t, though re duced. We can't say that uo Ikie tlie change. Wo think it and the I'rores.nve Farmer should liave let well-enough alone. Cradd.-ck, M. M. Killett, Abraui Hobbs '1 lie United Siates and Ger man v will hold a conference over the Samoa naff iir at Berlin. P.csident Harrison has appoint ed J. A. Kas .son, of Iowa; Wil liam Walter Phelps, of New Jersey; and George II. I5ate", ot Delaware, to be the commission ers to represent the United States at the Conference. Z7 ' Mile Icticl s'were received last week by the department of Im migration from capitalists in Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania and other Northern and West ern States enqu i rin abou t land 3, mineral property, ttc. Weleani from Mr. P. M. Wilson, of this department, that of all the set tle s who come to North Car o XfeaTlTHK (JaI'Cahiax was adopt el us the official orjjan of the Coun ty Alliair-es by I he County Alliance, January HUh.jf -Ij KKX O NAMKH OF DELEGATES. The Secretaries of the sub- -.lliarice's wiljv-pease bear in mind, that the list of t'eleiratea must accompany the report. ' J: D. 'Ezzell, Sect'y. To The UketiHIex? This week we send out Sample copies of The Caucasia x with Bubscrip tion blanks to the secretary of each Alliance in the county. The Caucasian is the official organ of our order, and yet there are now about 800 of the b ethien who do not subscribe. We are joined together in tills great, commendable, and, as I trust, successful organization for oujxii4U4'orr--TlGY- can we an 'coniplish this? First, byTTeing better informed about all things that pertain to our interest, and second, by united effort nil pulling together to attain the same end. Now your countv or gan is the principal agency in accomplishing the first pnrpose. Through it you speak to the world whatever is nscessnrv to lina find their way either to the i be and through it yoa secure Piedmont or Western sections L, ... , . . of our State. This is due part- r"u "'""y oi jour miorma ly to the fVct that the negro is t cn f,OIIJ without. Then how in the way ih the Eastern coun- an any good Alliance man get" ties. Italoigh Cor. Du ham ! along without the oran the 1laut- ! mouthpiece of that in which he This is another evidence of ! i9 Inost iriere,ted ? the -real love(?) tho yankeos j Every man, who expects to 6e nave ior mo neg;o. in jooicmg au intelligent citizen, must lake ior couiJitru romes, they are :01UJ 0- morn newspapers , this a luiin;iu.ir id snuu UlO Sor-UOIlS lWi admit- nn,l l.ia I,,0't,. first. Bu you there is a double rea . . D L 1 . 1 i ftnus 1,1 U1" I'mer masters, .son for taking The Caucasian una u.ey are oeg.nuing to una ; It js your home Daoer. and it is flirt nrrnti We now haye 1,400 subscribers. but need and must have at least 3.000 to make the paper what we wish to see it; and if ou brethren in thin county wil raise ih 000 of these necessary subscribers, we will ourselves ra;so the otlier 1?100 elsewhere Will ou not io it? W fee su e that you will. Hand ove your subscription to the Secre tary of your Alliance and he will forward it to us. Fraternally, yours, - Marion Butlek, I'res t Sampson Co. I Alliance, Hair, So. 618, T. W. Barbrey, Secretary; ftostoSce, Hohton. IJoyklD'n, So. 615, L. C. Spell, Secretary; totcffloe. Dismal. Bland, No. 872 31. J. Moore, Sec retary; poKtoffice, arsaw. Clinton, No. 573, B. 8. Peterson, Seeretan ; poKtotBce, Clinton. Oalc Ridge, No. 329, 11. L. Lewis, Secretary; poHtoffice, Clinton. Eureka, No. 328. L. M. AV'hite, Secretary; postfiIce, Owenville. Salem, No. COO, 8. A. Howard, Secretary; postoffice, Huntley .Spring Hill, No. 355, J.C. IJraugh on, Secretary; postuttice, ilinno. Snow Ilil!, No. 1,332, A. It. Her ring, Secretary; jwMofiice, Taylor's Bridge. Coharie, No. 651, W. S. Lawhorn, Secretary; vtoflice, Maitland. Htraw Ujnd, Ho. 580, IJ. Z. Black- man, Secretary; postoflice, Bass Newton Grove, No. 3-7, James Bouse, Secretary; post office, New ton Grove. Franklin, No. 748, J. B. Sevoy. Secretmy; postoffice, Harrell's Store. Hickory (J rove, No. 1,029, D. Ij. McLamb, Secretary; postoffice, Bea- man's X ltoadg. Lisbon, No. 871, Cora Bronson, Secretary; postoflice, Lisbou. State TrnriW Anfimi advektisemexto I NFva- A DVERTJSEMEST3 T Slert ii CliaUi TfcBiday aed Friday, April 4th and Ith. Stop and Think. V Northwest Alliance paper says: "When our Alliance orethron In the South shall make up their minds to make their farm self-sustaining, it will do more to render tliem Inde pendent and prosperous than itH 'the organizations that could be deyhed by the brain of man. This, lis at th? very foundation of the: iiccess of Alliance." : " I 1 ' Now what does '"setf -sustain log" mean ? The inan; who pretends to farir' vet ' bks'lotlfxperinient "station Xo him M',n aa: 1 ". ' and Compost Foi " . - -"-j ""-v iH i i . i ixuur, nuu .moiasaes,,. cenainjy v r.. F.vnrimnf stof; co uut maug XI 1 3 xctllU rCll-lia- jVlarCli 111 1889 A . m . I mm - m . - ' - laming, inese are our cnief inis uuuetiu mailed in Feb crops, and therefore should not ruaiT on tlie subject of com- TO THE TRUCKERS OF NORTH CAROLINA GREETING : Every iM)int from which we have heard eave one exception favor Clin ton a& the place of meeting . There fore we take pleasure in announcinir that ti e State Truckers' Assoclatio: will meet at thte place on the 4th and 5th of April, (Thursday and Friday) 1889. Those elected as delegates from the various associations, and others who re interested in truck ind and desire to attend, will please notify the undersigned as soon as possible so that we may provide for the accommodation of all while at tending the convention in our town. The Atlantic Coast Line has agreed to pass all parties attending the con vention at half rates and we hope to secure the same terms from the other lines. Assuring you that we w ill do all in piir power to make your stay pleasant, and hoping that the on- vention will result iu much good :. to the Trucking inteiest, I am Very Respectfully, - W. L. FAISON, Cor. Sect'y, Clinton, N. C fjj i. w c i NEW a:7S?,XX3EMESTS. I KKW ADVKRTlSRugg t; c w - - v; r- - v: " rr J "A P v. C r- O 2 - - o 'f-; o C . .-- ST w 2 yi Uo w w - ; 3 -J - ,1 T- - . a 2 y. -- o Zii . w t i C5 r H . r o 2 e g 1 3 - cl 5 S n 5 r; 2 T - x 2 ' w- r - 5 l i i CD W2 w L; trr i . - 61. Compos formulas. only make enough of these for posts' and th value of home consumption, but should Ur nil . i " ."T" v """J "-"j '"cam nn t- .i suuiua LO Linns vl;rli mi.r hi oI 1. 1 M. - .... - . , . .... 7 ....pun u.nu lIUKUt vxic- rum urp ' ,oi.peiierineiito those who ae in other t0Lbe.ati.Ied. in feitiliz.rs. The occupations. We can't affort to value ot stable manure, together make cotton to purchase these vuu .Vie D.8SC ian tor lts Pr- 1 COMTHt1n -i . II.. r -m nW;.Q mt r x 7a.wii, ia eayeciany reiorrca wo Uu uut t0 n, it forina thp i,oa a llwt . x . ii . . " -"x uuran puii cotion io me cnsumer but composts. ffk ..k.ll.. - 1 . 1 I AT , n iu . miuuir uwu, wiiu must pay xwtuy iormmis ior various us a price small enough so that crPS are Riven, so, as far as he and several other middle fSSiDle '"elude the different men ca ma, a profit, and ooCr. ...1 1 11.. .. - -""""" 4U1 XXWlilU- , j cu UUy iue neces- made composts and mixtures as saries, which we sli-uld i.ave carried out by practical farmers made, we pav a Drofit. Rv this a" over the State, are inserted management. We have to support r"ether witfl chemical analyses ..x ..r , . . . oi many oi tnese miTtna , uu. proofs not my WhileU b ourselves but also .tiro other to compost for the present crop classes of men the buyer and yet Its nerer too late to bein the feller. This U enough to to save ard utilize for the next bankrupt anybody, and if farm- corn the. "terials at home, - ' i.w.i.j i w in tUiui: t j and iiis whe:e the colored man abounds. r,P1. .should a' ways be fl The iiegroes' best friends ai e the j with you there'is a d FOOT HALL. Spec. Cor. State Chronicle. Raleigh, N. C, Ma-ch 9, 1889. Having witnessed the match game of foot ball, played in this ciiy last week and yesterday v.elween the Wake Forest and University teams and the Trini ty and University teams re spectively, I desi o to say some thing' concerning the game, even tho' Spanish bull fighting is b ought to mind. In oppo.-ing whiit has been long esteemed one of the most popular of col lege sports, I am aware that 1 must combat the opinions of men, who are higTt authority in such matteis, and whoso, judg ment is entitled to the highest respect. Nevertheless the impressions made upon me by the two c n tsts above named the only iocs I ever saw or ever expect to see is so ptron.s that I am constrained to give expression to it. 1 object to loot ball be cause: 1st. It is behind our civiliza t: n. We aro taught that this age is ahead of the days of the Olympic games and the audi torial contests of Greece and tl . .. .I r . ivumu, ana ngfiling js everywhere under tho ban of the law. Yet one is fore. My icmindcd of all these by foot ball. 2nd. It 1s cruel. The partici pants r.re subjected to severe pbys-ii-ial puuishine.it. 3rd. It is dangerous. As wit ness the b.eaking of Mr. I3rg aw's lei?, the wrenching of Mr. Murphy, and the iujury more or less of several other of the young men who took part in the game yesterday. 4lh. It is demoral zing. It p:omotes betting and breeds dissipation. Let the faculties of the institutions represented here yesterday, stick a pin by this. I am in favor of athletic sports and physical culture, but no foot ball if sou please for i). B. Nicholson. We clip the above to endorse ii, we regard me game as relict of barbarism. Ed. PI RECTORY OF SUB-ALLI ANTES Hope Well, No. 67G, D.C. McPhoil Sec'v; nofctofflce. lteainnn'tt V prto.i White Oak, No. 333, J. D. Parker', Secretary; postoffice, Clinton. Delta, No. 874, W. II.Uumj, Secre tary; postonice, uelta. lleddick, No. 1,120. W. J. lllven bark.Secretary; postoffice, Magnolia. L,:uircl mil, No. fi83, M. M. Kil leu, secretary; postonice, Clinton J lye's Urulge, No. 5S2, D. W. Tew, See'y; postoffice, Beaman's X Roads. Keencr's, No. 578. O. W. Hio-h. a Prosperity ami Success. The Clinton Caucasian comes to us in a new dress printed on a new Campbell power press. It is now like a "white boy" sure enough, brother Butler, and we wish The Caucasian all the prosperity and success at the hands of the good people of Sampson. Ooldsboro Mercury. iuth, Secretary; postoffice. KeetiPr. Ingold, No. G55, J. W. Green, Sec- Cro-ss Bonds, No. 484, John Iloni oeeieiary, posiumc0, llives. Jioneycutt's, No. 583, R. II. Fann, Secretary; postoffice, llantlev. South River, No. 831, S. B. pao-0, Secretary ;postoffice, Hawlev's Store. v-wiui inn, io. r;o.untain jai-Kon, M'cretary; postoffice, 1 law ley's Store. - Maple Grove, NoawiW. It. Lee Secretary; postoffice,5 - Klackman JMl.l. urowuing's No. 581, J. F. Hol- imgswortn, Secretary x postoffice, Dobbersville. Mingo Academy, No. 229, II. M. Warren, Secretary; i03toffiee, Giles' ..Villi. iluff, No. 577, W. J. Craddock, ociciiiiyj poftioilice, ilODUin- Six Runs, No. 92G, John W. Mc Calop, Secretary; postoffice, Clinton Mt. Gilead, No. 873, V. II. Rack ley. Secretary; postoffice. Clinton- Goshen, No. 446, Thoni! s I Sut ton, tecretaty; postoffice, Hobton. New Hoie, No. 8GG, W. F. Ilines, Secretary; postoffice, Warsaw. Kings, No. 079, Henry Herring, Secretary; postoffice, Clinton. Piney Grove, No. G17, W.I. Lane,' Secretary; postoffice, Faison. Beulah, No. G80, J. T. Moore, Sec retary; postoffice, Warsaw. Hermon, No. 747, T. W. Britt, Secretary; postoffice, Clinton. Red H'll, No. 925, John J. Vann. Se.Tetary; postoffice, Clinton. Puntoui, No. 832, D. w.WIlliams, uwitHuiy, posiouien, iisinai. Mingo, No. 354, II. M. Jernigan, Secretary; postoffice, Giles' Mill. Andrew Chapel, No. 519, B. R. Owen, Secretary; postoffice, Mait land. PoplarGrove, No. 616, "L. M. Lew is', Secretary; postoffice, Faison. mg was not a very remunerative business .uch proceedings would soon put us in thV p., or house. Show us one ia'rhcr who has succeeded by rahiulptton with which to purchase supplies, and we will show you; a hundred who have broken at it.; On tlie L on, nve years old. was auuutcu wiiu u uisease ior which the opw possibly going to waste H. 11. Battle, Director, We are glad to publish the above for it is exactly on the line ,ve have been writino- : rc FINGERS CAME- OFF. My little sou, five years old , 1,,1 ,i . . , .""." " ior wiiu w.ti .iuu, suuw meaiuan wuo aoctors had no name. The nnila has for the last five - years bas came off his fingers, and the lingers had his barns well filled with corn and had his smoke house well supplied with meat and I will show you a man who is For hree years hehassuffered dread fully, and, ha? taken auiintitips nf .v. - .1 TT. ... ... iiicviiiuc. ne. is now getting well under treatment of Switt's Specific. JOHN l eiiil. Pern, lud., Jan. 12, 1889. Keinaikable Case. For two years I had rheumatism to-day out of debt and in good circumstances Self-sustainiiiir rnan? snma thim? els. Th ,no ii 80 bad that ifc disabled me for work. - " , T..V. j " Diciiua i and connned me to my bed for a p.cittimuiini3oi eacu year in w"oie year, auring wqiek time I linnK., n 1 ii' . i . I COUld not, KVPn rniati mr xxu...ijg uu UUlllllg OUl Cneml- u j , ...jf naiiua luuiy cal frMli7Ar l,L ! hef1'. and for three months could cai ler.ilizers, when lie could notiaise myself in bed; was reduced have made better manure on in flesh from 192 to 86 lbs.; was h . .barn-yard and compost oZ."Z? X waya, iias ceriainiy railed, to raeinc, ana soon began to Improve, make his farm self sustaining fte awln'lea was at my work, and We said abnv tw tfrt forltthe past five months have been as we am above that cotton far- well a 1 ever was all from the ei- mers were suDportinf? ent nf ect.ot bwift's Specific. - - i . . . their products, two classes of men besides themselves, but we THE SPRING MEDICINE YOU WANT aine's Celery Compound Purifies the Blood, Strengthens the Nerves, - Stimulatfes the Liver, Regulates the Kidneys and Bowels, Gives Life and Vigor to every organ. - S wi I. . hi CD 1 Takes pleasure rn annnnncim: J &3 f&A .ys J-vai ofea,ly invoices bf NEW And invites the ittentinn of t to the very lownrtecs f sanw. He is now preparingibr lhis semi annual purchasing trip1 toNew Tor ana is ottering some Special Bar it . f- j. t . ' There's nothing like it. " lAst spring, being veiy much run down and debilitated, Iprocured someot Paine's Celery Compound. The use ol two bottles made me reel like a new man. As a general tonic and spring medicine, I do not know its equal. ' . ' W. L. Gbbknleaf, Brigadier General V. N. G.r Uurllngton, Vt .. tl.oo: six for $5.oo. AfrDruggms. Use It Now! "Having used your Paine's Celery Compound this spring, I can safely recommend It as the most powerful and at the same time most geniie regulator, it Is a eplendld nerve tome, iuiu since laKing n i nave leu use a i It. E. Knoki., Watertown, gams , . . . - . To make room for his Wells, Richardson & Co. Props. Burlington. uiamupiu arts zzrV,?z:,a"i?k uctatpd rnnn --j,-,.., .nnnwi , .... HtgttU. tiUC IXltlgHlHg S NEW SPRIG II MM S mnn ..Uu -:o: ..in trrr- A o New Millinery Goods win be re- Dnn't JL N o w3 is : K ?s-j tffn Cheap j as JO ceived next week direct from the est im porters i America. jr." a ; till you ex amine ..th latest very .TnTrv Tfiv Ft. Wayne. Iiul., Jan. 8, 1889. Swiff's Srwifln ?c 1 iu buxco iua.sses. uurc meuicme, ana is thp nn w md. - I.! , . . " J ror the gnauo companies are Jrr wnicna3 ever cured . Blood .rofiin,. 3 , iiuiuia, liiooa Humors and u "iiuaas, ana Kindred diseases. Send for our books all out of your work. We do not 2"Blood and Skiu Diseases, mailed In tan rl . . xicc. .xh..iu iu unci jrou niiy aavice by the above reinatks, but sim ply hope that it will cause you to stop and think. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Having finished my. Annual Tnvenforv nnrt Mw m -m " . . . v VJIXJWU. X 11C All I . t ' ' J iA oi all remnants and treods not rlesinihlp. owtoon, i nave maluvUD DOW N and placed on the A GREAT MANY CHOICE PIECES OF Double and fr3ina;le width Oashmers, Fancy and Solid Colored Worsteds. Ginghams, Hamburg Edging. Nain sook Muslins, Cambrics, &c, at prices mat will astonish you ! JOB LOT. Ladies' and Misses' Ho siery, Gloves, Button and Lace Shoes, at prices that will be sure to take them oil: Also a few dozen Mens' Wool and FoH. TTnfunf Ttll . w .imv.j i4w vm . a?uuuu t ijl: i y These Goods MUST GO in oriler t.n inaVornnm fnv it Qinrvri STOfK v.wuj xvji my ui. j vjr u r 4- t!-.A.-. . l WJVL A,.JOJ-tiSOiNS mw- mom NEW CLOTHING, SHOiSS, DRY-GOODS AND HARDWARI One lot of Calicoe3 at 5 cents per yard. wouW d.? weU t oTn -be C?ing nsUntly. Cas h custVmeri where. w and exami?e ock before buying Kespectfully, " . W . KING & CO, :o:- NEVr ADVERTISEMENTS. TRUST ON TWINE. An agent of the Dakot i Far mers Alliance m his duest'af f nr a supply oi twine to be used for Mndiiifif tram at the comino- harvest has made the discovery that a Tru.si Las secured rn. trol of subsUntially albofifba commodity in the connt 'I'he output of all the Eastern fac to ies i reported fcouirht nn and the price U already materi ally increased. 1 1 is interesting to note that the tariff oil fl wine is 40 per cent.: ana alsn liieh on other varieties.' A good dal of home industry, it can bu seen, will be fostered on the part of the farmers in, earning the money to pay the incr.asA in the price of what they bind their sheaver wi Ji. This is n fine illustration of a Trust built up uuaer tlie wall of a r,mtn uve nuiy. IN. i. o.ld. MARVELOUS mt nnrnnrn IV DISCOVERY. B,J Genhe Sratea f Memory Tndnlnr Mlad wudirlif cared. uxmwwuiw m uarrwpoaaenee "Hinnt. wna OOlninfM nr 11. Xt" a rir-V Vr ii .. x numiMOB, tna neat PBychol- uiot! hnnt. Mnt wwm. fin- v w -TnrB & Hani Mr. George R. French: tiro- ; .a .. . . . pnetor oi a large shoe house in Wilmington, died last Friday at ue auvaucea age or 87 years. COSSUMPTlClf SUBIXT CUBED. To the Editor Pleas in farm Tur readers tht I have a rositive reme Jy for the above nameil dUease. By iU timely use thousands of honol cases havtf been uerruiuientlv inrl 'lall be glad to send two boolf nf my remedy free to anv of vnur nJ. era -who bare consumption if they will cuu mc uieir express ana imwv omce uuurcw. iveBpecuuiy, T. A. SLOCUM, M. C.. 18-1 Pearl sL, Kew York. NOTICE. LAND SALE. ON MONDAY THE 1ST DAY of April, 1 889, at the Court house door in Clinton h,r vS.f , JJ 111 lit? UI decree of the Superior Court of . -nT. coumy tne indersigned will seU at Dublie salP. tn v?;u . , wii m cieunoi iz months SPi,20 r cent' cash the tract if and belonging to thw estate of the late Eoss Peterson, on the east side ot Six runs, adjoining the lands of the heira of Josiah Johnson, Samson Johnson and others, containine one hundred and seventy-five acres rh, W MOSELY, Adm'r feb21-td and Commissioner. il7?K eHtir,ta- wlo are suBenn- SlSysSSSn" foH-wi" fiDl1 111 x &l JiCtFic a positive and . maneut euro lor Xearou Debility Sc WCne88' involun,lJ vital fiSS, etc. Curd jnaran teed. Send six cente w Mampa tor Pears' Treatise en d5S ea of iesu; their cse and cure. Ofiurch Street Nashville, Tlenn.! :0: conn off er Wo take this means of saying to our friend- nil itrythatwe are still at our OLD 8X00 '.wi over th all Street, TO MERCHANT S ! I Have ju-t received a large Invoice of DWIGflT'S ' COW TilU xXD". SODA, WRAPING PAPER AND TWINE, ball potash, and coat's cotton : Resneetfnllv. mm . . T?wM.i ii i v xkcmcuiuer mar. wa MnnAf .., . . . . Which I offer to Merchants at Jobber's Prices. Call and got urfoods are at the lvesi pSS'-. " ' I'MfOa It.tfrtna .m..'.. I Q U Toon - u,v UtlyV. -v .. . Respectfully, Clinton H arness I? fc r di II MBf QUAETM 1 have nioved this week into mvr.PW nnnrfora T" 1 , - mf " v " fis v JL a. V U b vv Ilia slree., nea.ly opposite the Caucasian Printing Office, where 1 will be pleased to serve the general public as in the past It is unnecessary to tell you anything or my own make of nue8s, ior iney always speak for their own merits when used Jn addition I alwavs keen a tmnft SiSTSK. ""i?11 . tte lowest possible margin. V" """i' t iarsest assortment or Whips to be found anywhere.- v hen you come to tnxrn ha n n - ' iu iuiu see JAPES MEANS' S3 fi'S sriniis at imagine how lively tlortLrlVn'' D? Imprvr r Ak yonrretaUer for the JameeW S'ato" wort to kMp wWitortfctrf Ullers wincoyou Into buyw lnfC!fL,! Uro otiM.WM x-."xii j .iiMk v ucinc 1vrtrn xx, -ix1X1 UNEXCElXFnn. SlJtt UNCDniflm waiiiwi "rnlL EKFECTJOH THE MOST riunniu . mm m. k t ptuKTw ui oar brmnci. - 1 ourmUm Tnmf wen r 1 1 1 AT I II Resi)ectfully, W. H. STETSON. A1 e recent progr In " MxesxnM' i m, f. - : Onn the original 3 -d m,J!."-?Wr70"wm mpete with am in nn.n. ,. ' nwm OW ,mn w taCli"""- Pbo. them "LST'"!eri,tr?,r! Uall w BTlWAEf MI 3ft March 8tb, 1889. 3m Clinton, N. C.