THE CAUCASIAN.! Alliance Dqiartnient
Entrrcd according to l'otaI Ijo at
linton, 2f. C, an -conl clam mnil
CLINTON, X. C., Al'KII. 11, 1889.
THE CAUCASIAN'S RECORD.
One year ago it wa !ef than 800.
During the last fix wecka we have
mailed over 10,000 copies.
Work on the Governor's inan-j
Bi'on has been resumed and will
be kept up until the building in
Van Cott Ih Powt master of
New York City and Krhardt la
Collector of Customs at the port
of New York.
The Gold.sboro Argus was four
yeawTueHday old and celebrated
the anniversary with a ten page
illustrated edition. Uro. Robin
non, we congratulate you upon
President Marion liutler;
Vlce-Preaident K. Rich ;
Secretary J. . Kzzoll;
Treasurer S. A. Howard;
J'uHjrieti Agent (i. A. 'Autt.
Lecturer N. If. Fennell;
Chaplain J. O. Tew;
.Sergvant-at Arms I;. II. Jer
nigan; Doorkeeper- -Chit lie Cruit!-
Executive Couimif tee J. A.
Oaten, Chairman ; U. M. Cru n
pler, M. M" Killett, V. II Thom
as, W. K Rigford.
Committee on tLe (Jood of the
Order J. A. Oates, B. .S. Peter
son, C. II, Johnson.
Query Committee V. J.
Craddock, M. M.Kiilett, Abr.uu
Co. Organizer Isham Royal.
who wilful !y doe n should
have chaes pr.-fe r-d nairii-t
him and !.; dealt with. This s
mentioned a a c iuti n to pre
vent interferences with the or
der by is enemie-'. W. .J. C.
MR ECTOR Y ttV SI K -Af.LlAVES.
IIojw- WVJ I, N.. .;?; i.C. Mc-I'hitil,
W'e are pleased to learn that
every dealer in veneer work
North and South, who lias erf
amined specimen from the Car
olina Veneer Works at this place
pay that Jhey are the handsomes
articles of the kind they have
There was a heavy finow storm
last Saturday in Western Caro
lina, West Virginia, Penusylva
nia and other sections further
North, and hail at several place.
in tin's state. Ilence the sudden
fall in tempeiature. While
theie has been but little falling
weather in this immediate- sec
tion, the wind has been severe
and very disagreeable.
President Harrison kept the
Senate in session exactly as long
as did Mr. Cleveland. From
March 4th to April 2nd Presi
dent Cleveland sent in 171 nom
inations, of which 150 were con
firmed, 12 were not acted upon,
two were withdrawn and one
was rejected. In the same
length of time Harrison has
made 371 nominations. Of
these nearly all have been con
firmed. Three were withdiawn
and two rejected.
Rhode Island, which went
republican last election by over
3.U00, (save the majoritv JLawU?oJr . v
rITiiK Oaivajiian was adopt
ed as the official organ of the Coun
ty Allianves by I he County Alliance,
FarnmV Allium s in Session.
SjhtIuI Cor. ( ;itl :i-i;iri.
The anniversiiy meeting of
the Sampson County Farmers'
Alliance convened in Atkins'
Hall April 5th, 1881).
At 12 o'clock the tail was
crowded with delegates and vis
iting brethrsn from forty-four
The rap of the President's
travel called the members to
order, and the Alliance proceed
ed to the dispatch of business.
A glance over the hall -was
sufficient evidence that the Al
liance men of Sainwon countv
had not been asletm for the i.ast
n e evidence of our progress
ck.1i be seen in many wavs, but
especially can it bo seen in our
now perfect organization. Heie-
to tore a great deal of time has
been consumed at our county
meetings in organizing the pro-
eriy accredited delegation.
Put not so at our anniversary
meeting. Every thing worked
smoothly and Jimmoniously ;
and brother Secretaries of the
sub-Alliances I desire to thank
you for the manner in which
you conducted the business of
your sub-Alliances, thereby re-
levnnj your President and Sec
retary of Countv Alliance of
such onerous labo:
From a very small beginning
we have grown amazingly .strong
until the tenets of the Farmers'
Alliance have penetrated into
almost every portion of the
The leprosentatives of foitv-
four Alliances as before stated,
embracing some of the best
men in the county is another
"ciicioiuriHiu: element -r
SOJ iA lC . h,l'rd UlbUk-lUi. Ht,
'y; pi.ofHc-e, i5e.t!ii;i:r X Rudv
White? O.ik, No. :)Vl. J. J. Parker,
I Secretary; po-toiiHv, Chntn:i.
IMta. No. 871, W II. ku-.-, Heerc-
'tiiry; po-toil'ire, J)rlta.
Kcddick, No. l,l2o, ;r. J. Itiven-
h.irk.S'ecretarv; postolhYe, Magnolia.
Laurel Hill, No. .'., M. M. Kil-
lett, Secretary; postotlkv, Clinton.
ItyeV Iirnlge, No. :,2, IK W. 'IV u ,
S"c'y; ftofiice, HiMUianN X 1 toads.
Keener', No. "7S, ii. V. JMgh
Miiitti, Secretary; HtoUicc, Keener.
IngoM, No. '."", J. W. (ireen, Se
reiary; jostofnVe, Ingol-1.
Cro.-M Road-, No. HI, John Ilo-n,
He-retary; jKtofhc, Hive-!.
HoneycuttV, Xo..W), It. II. Pann,
Secretary; posU-friee, lluntlov.
South Jtiver, No. 8.JI, S. I. Iage,
I ( edar Hill, No. h.3), Fountain
Jaekson, Seeretary; po-to.'riee, 1 law
ley '.s Store.
Maple Orove, Ni :rJ W. U. Ia;p,
Secretary; postoiliee, l?hwkni:m'.s i
IJrownin's No. 5s 1, J. V. Hol
HngMWorth, Secretary; postofflee,
Mingo Academy, No. JJ, II. M.
Warren, Secretary; ostofnee, Giles'
L'luff, No. .",77, W. J. (.'ruddock,
Secretary; po.stottice, Hohlon-
Six ltuns, No. i)2G, John W. Mc
Calop, Secretary; postoflice, Clinton.
Mt. (lilead, No. 873, V. II. Hack
ley, Secretary; postoffice, (Clinton.
Goshen, No. 4 W, Thom .s I Kut
ton, Secretaiy; postoftice, Hobton.
New Hope, No. 8GG, W. F. I lines,
Secretary; potoflice, Warsaw.
Kings, No. (i70, Henry Herring,
Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Piney Grove, No. G17, W. I. Lane,
Secretary; postoftice, Faison.
15-u!ah, No. J. T. Moore, Sec
r.tary; postoilicc, Warsaw.
Heriiion, No. 717, T. W. IJritt,
Secretary; postotlie, Clinton.
S lied H ll, No. I)-'--., John J. Vain;,'
S'ecrelary; j-o-tollice, Clinton.
Punlr.m, o.wl2, J). W. Williams,
secretary; postoflice, Dismal. i
Mmgo, No :',!, H. 31. Jrnlgan,
Secretary; p stoilice, ;iles' Mill.
Andrew Chapel, No. oi!), 15.11.
Ow(-n, Sei'ret.iry; postofti -e, .Mait
lanJ. I'oplarGrove, No.CK!, t.. M. IiCW-i--,
Secret J.ry; posbiilice, Faison.
Hall's, No. S, T. W. Uarhrey,
Secretary; postoftice, Hi-hton.
IJoykin's, NTo. V,ir, I,. Spell,
Secretary; po toilic;', Dismal.
JJiancI, No. 872 M. J. Moore, Sec
retary; postoftice, Warsaw.
Clinton, No. .-,7, ;. y. Peterson,
secretary; )ostoitiee, ( l;nlon.
Oak liidge, No. ;2I), )l. L. Lewis,
Secretary; postoftice, Clinton.
Eureka, No. :2S, L. M. White,
Secretary; )ostnftlre, ( hvenville.
Salcin, No. !)!), S. A. Howard,
Secretary; postoftice, Himflev
Spring Hill, No.n.Vi, J.G. Diaugh
on, Sccreti'irv; postoftice, Mingo.
Snow Hill, No. 1,:2, A. it. Her
ring, Secretary; postoftice, Taylor's
of America to Le afSxed.
Done in the city of Washing
ton this 4th day of April in the
year of our 1 d 1SS9, and of
the independence of the United
State the one hundred and thir
teenth. PtxjAvr.v IlAnnfeox.
By the President :
Jamks O. Blaink,
Secretary ol State.
NEW A D V KKTISEM KXTS.
Continued from FIrt Pagp.
O F N O It T II C A II O L I X A,
. : with :
B. C. FULLER,
50. 19.5 DUAJfE STREET, .NEW YOHK,
I3 R O D U C E
Kefkkkxck. Bank of New Han
over, New York National Exchange
Bank, B. . Dunn & Cc.'s West
chester Agency. New York: r !
Myew, of Wilmington; T. B. P-'erce"
of Warsaw. '
Truck along Atlantic Coa-.t r.iv.,. ,
Specialty. ajll 2ji '
West Washington Market, Hew York,
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF
Guarantee Highest .Trice aad Prompt J after.
Refer by permission to A. F.John
son and Win. A. Johnson.
CQrSTJ5NCIIS furnished on ap
Established 2, Years.
by men with practical oxperi
ence in the b :sines.
In conclusion we would siy
that the meet'. fit v;u a decided
sticcessi and is the bsr'nning of
a moverrtnt that will soon
.prad over the entire country,
much tc the advantage, -tiznu-lati'trj,
and proGt f the e;reat
and growieg industry of Truck
and Fruit jrrowiuy ior market.
Tlie Executive Committee was
instructed to confer with Mr.
Emerson of the Atlantic Coast
Despatch, relative to certain
shipping; arrangements that
Resolutions, thanking Capt.
W. L. Faison for the interest
displayed iu the meeting-, to
whose energy its success was
largely due; thanking; the Pres
ident and Secretary for the suc
cessful and impartial manner in
which they had managed the
; meeting : also thanking the
citizens of Clinton for the coiir
tesy and hospitality shown the
visiting; delegates while in their
town, were unanimously passed
The Association adjourned to
meet on the first Wednesday in
Jannary, 1890. The place of
meeting to be designated -here-
SKW A .
.KMENTS. NEW A DVERT1SEMEXTS.
A. F. JOHNSON'S
Cheap Cash Store
w. m. nixi:s.
I). IT. MAXSFIKLIJ.
HINES & MANSFIELD.
288 & 290 Washington & 187 Chambers Sts.,
North Carolina and Virginia Pro
duce a Specialty.
Represented by L. H. HINES.
ItEPERExcE. - Second National
Bank of Jersey City, N. J.
milF UNDERSIGNED II A V-
X lug qualified as Executor of
the l;Lst will and testament of James
Sutton, Sr., deceased, hereby irlve
notice to all parties holding claims
against said estate to present them,
duly authenticated, within twelve
months from this date, or this notice
will be plea I in bar of their recove
ry. All persons indebted to said de
cedet.t are requested to make inline
W. T. SUTTON, Executor
M. C. ItlCHAKDSOX, Att'y.
This 27th day of March, 1889. 4t
elected a democratic Governor
last week by 4,000 plurality.
The city of St. Louis, which
went overwhelmingly republi
can last election, has just elect
ed a Democratic Mayor, nnd
at least a dozen more places
have shown similar democratic
victories in local elections. This
begins to 'ook like a Demo
cratic Waterloo in 1892.
General Poulanger, the head
of the War Department of the
French Government, is now an
exile from hia own country, in
Pelgium. The government ha?
preferred a charge of high trea
son against him and propose to
try him for his life. Bonlan
ger knowing the temper of a
French mob fled. If the gov
ernment had dropped the mat
ter, then they would have won
a victory, but it continues to
persecute liim and his friends
and try hi in in his absence.
This unwise course will proba
bly cause a revulsion of feel
ing and recall the exiled Gen
eral as the hero of the hour.
It is generally believed that the
government has instituted such
a procetding because jealous of
his popularity. IJoulanger may
not be sincere, but some of his
ideas of reform are good.
President Harrison in making
his Cabinet, Diplomatic and
Consular appointments has to
tally ignored the South. Just
think of it, this whole mighty
government to be managed with
out a voice or a representative
from our beautiful Southland
all of them from the Northern
half of the Union. This is what
we call sectionalism with a
vangeance. Wonder what the
Southern "Rads" think of such
procceedings? Wonder if they
love Harrison as much now as
before the election.
Maj. Ilearne of the Wilming
ton Messenger says:
The contrast between Mr. Cleve
land and General Harrison, in re
spect of the national feeling, and
confidence in all sections, la most
striking, aDd it is well for the coun
try to take note of it. . ,-
We belisve that if the .last
fall election was now reheld
that Cleveland would not only
sweep the country by a larger
popular majority than lie did,
but would carry the electoral
The Committee on the trood
ot the order made a most grati
fying report. We vouchsafe to
say that no committee, for simi
lar doty in any brotherhood ever
made a more harmonizing re
port. Their lebukes were mild
but effective, with very encour
aging words of advice.
The Executive Committee
made a very satisfactory repqrf.
iney, after much consideration
had elected Pro. G. Chile,
Business Agent, who is pushing
the business ol his office to well
nigh perfection, brhigs tn bear
on the minds of all people, one
of our mottoes: "Tha the Al
liance is run strictly on business
The Secretary's and Treasur
er's books were found lobe cor
rect and in a good condition.
The lecturer was called and
responded in a most happy style.
His lecture was grand, fo- cible,
and instructive to all. His com
parison of the past aud present
condition nf the people 'was
truly a profitable lesson, bearing
the stamp of a stronger and
more united brotherhood. His
lecture f ran beginning to end
was a success, and fully compen
sated for his absence at ill pre
The Caucasian has been adop
ted as the organ ol County Al
liance, and if you would ken
yourself informed a? to our
work and plans you should sub
scribe for it and leainwhat the
brethren are doing in other Al
liances. Much business was transact
ed, but of a private nature, and
not for publication.
J. D. Ezzei.l, Sec'y
Sampson Co. Farmets' Alliance.
j.aurei. him,, xo. 653.
The members of our Alliance
hare resolved to pay 25 cents
for each hawk killed upon our
lands. Any one will receive the
aKve amount by presenting the
Secretary, M. M. Killett,.the
right foot of such hawk killed
after the publication of this
We respectfully ask the co
operation of all the Alliances in
this county in our efforts to save
the poultry from the claws of
the great destroyer.
P. S. We have just learned
that Ingold(No. 65 j and Lisbon
No.'87l) Alliances have adopted
Alliance men should remem
ber to hold their tongues and
not disclose business matters
to outsiders. Remember the
old adage," What is every body's
business is nobody's business."
Business men who have suc
ceeded never made it a point to
tell their plans, and we as an
order can not succeed if we dis-
W. J. FAISON,
: DEALER IN : -
GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERIES.
I am yet at my stand on Fayette
ville Street, next door to Printing
Office, where I will be pleased to
see an my mends and customers. I
Call in and see me.
, iu . uonnii mare my colored reserve the right to rei (-t :,H h,u
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
Commissioners of Sampson
will, on the 1st Monday in Mav
: next, received sealed propositions or
uins irom persons desiring to fur
nish the poor outside of the Poor
house with the following articles per
month : 10 pounds flour, 1 quart
molasseo, 1 pound sugar, 1 pound
coffee, 1 pound rice, 1 plug tobacco,
0 pounds bacon, 18 pounds meal and
oars soap. Said articles to he first-
C'oharie, No. (J"il, -V S. Lawliorn,
i iwriw.. i'laxseed- lr...i
, -a. . i . t i . .
-ovcieiary; pnsiouice, Aiamana. . xraii
Straw P nd, No. f80, B. Z. Black
mail, Secretary; postofiice, Bass.
Newton (J rove, No. ;"7, James
House, Secretary; posiofnee, New
Franklin, No. 71S, .1. B. Seivey,
Secretary; postoftice, Harrell's Store.
Hickory (5 rove, No. 1,021), D. L,.
McLamb, Secretary; postofHce, Bea
man's X Koads.
Lisbon, No. 871, Cora Bi-'.nson,
Secretan; postoHice, Lisbon.
Evergroon, No. 1,010, A. C. ('ash
well, Secretary; postoffice, Infold.
Cle-.tr ltu;i, N-0. V Leeitoh-
inson, Secretary; potoflice, Clear
Woodland, No. l,-ls(, (). V. .lame-,
Secretary; postofliee, Way Cr ss.
aiiml:itii a holidav. I
irieilUS With Board and Lnrlo-iMo- tj .ta
Ilesnectfullv.irnA "J order of the Board.
mchl-tf , .j O. F. IIEltrtING, Clerk
T- r-T!l v . J . 1'AIBUA . April 1st 188'J. 4t
Having fiiiK-hcd n.y Annual Inventory, and clearing my stock
if all remnants and rcods not desirable to be carried over ancther
Season, i have MARKED DOWN and placed on the
. A-GREAT MANY CHOICE PIECES OF
Double and Single width Oashmers,
Fancy and Solid Colored Worsteds,
Ginghams, Hamburg Edging, Nain
sook Muslins, Cambrics, &c, at prices
that will astonish you !
WILMINGTCS 4 WELDOS H. E. ui
t'Ul.Mi tu r-
O.Uj " II
. v.. ..-
Mar. 27. Daily. V,I, 1 lv- ..
I.t WrldtiU. 12 -iO p ia i .
Ar (.Kixjw.l 1 ,,2 "
Ar Titrboii. 3 55
l. TurU'HvlO 2i .. ..
Ar ikn, - , tut
l.r Wilson. 3o
Ar Sflma. 3 .V
Ar Fayf tiov'il 6 (O
lIvTJoTiTsb'ni. 3 15 r, 7 u
Lt Wmviiw. 4 10 " ....
Lv Macnolia. 4 J5 4o
ArWilmintt'n 0 u 9
. : i,
.Nil Tu. :Vo
D.titv. lh n
JOB LOT. Ladies' andMisses' Ho
siery, Gloves, Button and Lace Shoes,
at prices that will be sure to take
Also a lew dozt li Mens' Wool and Felt Hats at eonosnondinlv
Low Price.. 1
These Goods .MUST GO in order to make room for mv SM?INY?
TO MERCHANT S !
I Have jut received a large Invoice of
DWIGiiT'j ' COW PRA NO" SODA,
WRAPIXG PAPER AND TWINE,
ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tjic President's Proclamation,
Washington, April , 1-89
A hundred years have passed
since t h3 irovei nnient which our J
forefatheis founded was formal
ly organized. At noon on the'
thirtieth day of i.;, 1789, in
the city of New York, and in the I
presence of an as -emtdatre of I
heroic men. whone pairiotie de
votion had led til colonies t
victory and independence, Geo.
Washington took th- oa' b if
office as Chief Ma: strata of tii
new born Republic. This im
pressi ve act was pi eced d at 9
o'clocb in themoruiiiir in all the
churches of tbec.'.y, by n play
er fo God's blessing on the
Government and it, ii st Prt si
dent. The centennial of tin's illustri
ous event inoui his'o.yhas been
declaved a general holiday by
act of Congress, to the end that
the people of the whole- country
if if if u . ii in in i 1 1 vi
'JlfajfiflVd) I ,aKes Pasnre in anmmnc'n- Uio arri
! gPSJZfli CifSr val of ea ly 'voices of NEW
And invites ihe attent 'on of ail buyers
iu uiw very iuw prices ot same.
He is now preparing for his semi-
annual purchasing trip to New York
ana is ottering some
college by a handsome majority. clo'se our plans. The brother
may join in conriiCmor.ii ive e
excises a p p r op r "a te t o t h e day.
In o;der that tbej.iyot thp
occasion may be as.-oeK-.ted with
deep thankfulness in Jie mirds
of the people for all our bless
ings in the past, and devout sup
plication to God for i Leir ra
c'ous continuance in tho futu e,
representatives of the religious
creeds, both Christian and He
Drew, nave memoranzed tiiu
Government to designate an
hou- for j rayer nnd thanksgiv
ing on that day.
Now, the efoie, , Ten jam in
Harrifon, President of .the Uni
ed States o .-.merca, in re
sponse to th s pious ,nd reason
able request, do recommend
tha' on luesday, .: pril
the 1 our ot 9 o'clock
mori.imj, th.e people of the en
tire" country repair to their re
spective places of d vine wor
ship to implore tlie favor of God,
that the bbssint-s of !ih?rtv
prosperity and peace may abide
with us as a people, and that
His hand may lead us in the
paths of righteous and ;'ood
Iu witness whe cof I have
here unto set my band and caus
ed tbe seal of the United States
To make room foi' his
Which-1 offer to .Merchants
rices before ordering.
AND COAT'S COTTON
at Jobber's Prices. Call and gel
ri3f -x. . .... A
4-. w, $ommsm
Ar CoMt-l-om. 2 F.
11 50nm Sin!
l l.i " lo
Ar St linn
Ar Ibx-ky Mt.
12 In -
Ar f ldJn
10 20 am
W" 3 40 vim II
M NEW GUAETER1
w - .
I have movnd tills week into my new quarters on I ayelto villo
slreor, nea ly opposite the Caih asmn Printing Office, where I
will be pleased to serve the general public as in the p-llSt
it is unnecessary lo tell you anything or my own make of
Harness for they always speak for their own merits who,.
Jn addition i always keen a trood
and Harness, which I will sell It tl, Inwt ;",.V"
Also the chr apest and largest assortment of Whina to ,n
auy where hen you come to town bo sure tc call in and 8ee
fr yourself. Respectfully
Jailr excapt Suodaj.
Tiaiu ouS-olUul Nk Una I, lrsv
Halifmx for Scotland Nock 2 30 p m
turnia leaves bcolUnd Neck 8 M m
daily except Suaday.
Traia leaves Tarboro, a. c., Vsa
Albrijiarle & lUlriirli railr.ml. J i.
except Sunday, 505 p. m., Ktuttl.iv j r
p. in., arrive ituainsiou, a. ;., 7 j,,
p. 111., 4 05 n. in. ltrtnniiu' lv,-
V illtaniston, ilailv cxi-t-pl SuiwIhv. 7 ij
a. 111., KuiKlav v .Mi 11. ni.. aniti T,r.
loro, U 15 a. in., II 30 a. in..
Train 011 Midland, NT V.. ,n.h
It-aye Go!dloio, daily -x. :t Sun lit
8 00 a. 111. arrive Smithl'idd. : :;n , ,
Heturnin 'Siiiitbticbb M ;;j ,t. u,.'
arrive itoliboro. II 4) u. in..
Train on Nashville branch I,.
r.ncky Mt, at 3(H) p. in., arrive -.;,..,.
villi- 3 40 i. 111., Spring Mm-4 I ,..
111. KitHiiiiu leave Sprin.4 lbtpt- lotM
a. m., AuMiville id ., at. t,,., ; . l y
Mount 11 15 a. nr, daily. iv,,t,i
1 ram on t linton bianoh lav- W.n -.i
for Clinton, ilaily, i xii pt Kimdav, t. im
111., ami at 11 10 a in iK-lmiiin Hl;l
lesive ulinlou ut ;: m u 111 i U in 1. ,,
oinun-tinsr it YVurwaw N". 41
aiitl 40, 23 a!.d T
Sont'iluMiiid train on Wi! f,,,.
olti-villc Uiaiuh i- N'o, 51. Y.11L.
boun 1 i No, ,r,(, iKiily except Mni.l n
nam au rniuin, win snip .1.1! , ;ii
WiUnp (ioldshoio and Maj,Minlia
l ram Ao 8 makes close ioniii i ii.it.
a( W'eldon for all points North, .li b.
All tail vialtichniotid. and dailv, rxcept
Sun. lay via liav Line
No 501 Vestibule Train
Monday Wednesday and Fri.lav l.t uv.
weldon 'J 50 p in arrive Wilmington 2 IK)
SvinH) Vi siibulc Train XorlUl.onnd
fuistlay Thursday Satunljv Le.n.
wilniint-ton 1 08 tun arrive weldon 5 .1$
Trains make clise coiiiiki don fur ull
points north via lbchiuond an I Wash
ington All trains run solid between Wilming
ton ad Wastiiuton, au.l have" i'uhn in
ralaee Slei pi r jitiached
JOHN K 1)1 VINi:. Oi 'I Sunt.
J " Kr-NLV,Kup't T. ;,.i,
I M Kmkkson. (im'! Pa A-juni.
, March 8th, 1889. 3m
If any dealer eayi Ue Iim tb w. T.. Dobtftaa
Shoe witliout nimn anrl t.nur
the bottom, pot tain don aa a fraudV
Will be re
i 1 1
till you ex
styles to be
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Best In the world. Examine hli
25-22 iUANnKWED SHOE.
S2f2 EC1' AJf FA KM KK" SHOE.
g.SO EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
.25 WORKINGMAS-S SHOkT
3.00 and 1.75 BOYS' SCMOOI. SHOE
All made In Congress, Button and Lace.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE la'dTes.
Bet Material. Bent Style. Beat Flttlnr.
If not sold by yonr dealer, write
W. L. DOVQLAS. BliOCKTON. MASS.
Fon salt: by
CLTNTOX, X. C.
jr) T VIRTUE OF AX EXECU
J, Hon in my hands for col
lection in favor of Adrian A Vollers
';iii' t Khciod llarksdalc, I will sell
y public anetit.ii, at the Courthouse
door in Clintim, on Monday the!)th
day f April, I8S9 the interest ofthe
said Sherod Ihirksdale in the follow
ing described tracts or parcels of
1st. The land known nn f lm iin
place, lyintj about two miles south
east 01 1. 1 niton, containing about
10G J acres ; also one tract of 15 acre."
aim o-'e ot o acres, conveyed by C
Partricktu said Sherod Harksdale
by deeds tinted June 5, 187G, first
legiftiei-eu in 000 K 4, page 427; sec
ond registered in book 41, page 258
2nd. One lot i.i the town ,r fI;.
ton, known as IJOt Xo. 7G of the Mc-
iviij. 101s, aujoinhig the lots of 1. R.
W jit-on and John E. Iewis, 27 feet
1 ion 1 rim iu;j leet ueep.
J. M.SPKLL, Sheriff
March 9, 1889. tds
LIVERY flHD SALE
WE ARE NOW LOCATED
on Railroad street; in our
ew quartern. We will, at all times,
have on hand a lot of
FINE HOUSES AND MLTLFS
BUO'3JK8 ANDltOADCAinN '
which will be told chean fi.r . ..l
on nine, with gtunl security. I o ne
and examine our stock.
de6-nn Clinton. X. C.
W. T. WILLIAMSON':;
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE FACTORY,
IN NEW. QUARTERS ON FAYETTEYILLE ST.
S" Round Shaves, Hacksraiid'all
Edge Tools made, and Itepaiiing
done on short notice."""
i viuiUK OF A DECREE
of the Superior Court nf
Sampson county the undersigned
as administrator II. L. Spell, de
ceased, will sell at the Courthouse
T on Monday, the 6th
day of May, 1889, the following
M1T "e raw li. L. Siiell, to wit:
11 net, Known as the Plfi.t
vuu1 containing about 160
acres. The Thnm v
II1 J"011: .containing 'about 80
. Aioert Uich place, con-
. . , , - 'J re. ine ote-
Thf p"d;J PntaSni bout 21 acres,
ateou 29 acres. Tho i..r T
acISi PlaCe' c,mtjininff abut 100
The teruw of said sale aae 20 Der
cent, cash ; half the remainder in
,iltS?.wlth lnt from date of
lw nwcrvea tin final payment
19. made. RICHARD PAGE,
vr , Adm'r-andCom.
ifarch 28tji, 188.td3
1 1 m 1 M
in and call fir -i.ot
you want. Mr David (iidden
win.be piease.l to serve you.
J17- - I,ACT,CK- .
CLEAR THE TBim
m For I um bound tor
Where Otodx are s.i.i
mch28-3m W.T. WILLIAMSON.
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