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DIRKCTORY. THE CAUCASIAN.
TOWN OFFICERS : Mayor It. If. Hubbard. Tkkahukkr J. E. Royal. Chief of Pomck W. J. King Jailor Capt. Jan. II. Robinson. Commuibioner II. J I. Hubbard, . E. Royal, W. II. Htewart, J. II. Bodenhanaraer, W. ir. 8W ton. COUNTY OFFICERS: BiiKnirT J. M. J-pell. Cl.KKK OF MC'l'KRIOK C'oUI'.T J. 8. IllMsell. Trkahciieii J. II. Beaman. I (kg mt'.k of Dkkim O. F. Her rlnjr. (Jocnty HfiiVKVoit Arthul Lee. CoRONKK Dr. A.T. Cooper. liOAUD of Editatio.v Mj. W N. Patterson, A. It. Herring and W. H. Ktewart. JoMMiKHro.NKitrt Captain ('. Iar trick, J. C. Hobbs, J. M. Mandiburn. HCFFRINTKNUKXT OF IlKAI.TII or CouTV Dr. J. A. Stevens. Htanimrd kkki'Kr W. K.JJca- maa. SUPEBINTF..VDF.NT OF CoCNTY Farm Jamofi Hhipp. tivpr. I'vit. Instruction I.-diam lioyal. I'UULIC AllMIN'lHTKATOIt XoM. POST OFFICE: (C. P. Johnson, Postmaster.) Mail KOi.iff by railJcavcHpostoiy.ee ilaily ot 7: 15 A. M ., and 2:',: P. M., respectively. Mail Koh.jr via Hob ton, Newton Orovo, Dunn, liuaii'iuu'H X Road, etc., leave 0:00 A. M., on Mon layn and ThurHditys. Mail go ing to Fayctteville, via Huntley, Blocker's, etc., leaven at G:00 A. on Tuesday", Thursdays and Satur days. CHURCHES. Baptist, Pa-dor, O. P. Meek Service", id and '3d Sabbatlw of each month. Prayer meeting Tues day at 7 I. M. Sunday school, Sun day, 8 P. M. Presbyterian Paator, Dr. B. F. Marable, HerviceH, 2nd and 4th Sun- CLINTONj N. C., April 18, 180 'nix For Thr aii-aian. oitttykbuico. bY J. !. fTKWAKr. Not a winnil li-arl in tin- vaJl'-y. Ae tl- nnuv of tli Sutli drew- rimr. Tlu n th- ilnuniittm of Ijt-r U-al ftif ra.'Iv Tn tin' troop, to o lcar. Now t!i- tiL'in. nof w-r re l-art n,i;inr A. vol-i riiiif o-rlIn T.lan-. mi.- tii- lull oi d.alli .irr all -, A rnt r ami mournful refrain. fW.it L--h -,,ii,ni.iii(J U -aJt rfd. 'I fn w iniU ki ciii i Ix-ar il away, lJiT, llil.M- frt III I tat l-.fl;itfr l. Mint ) Mil f tin- ! injrr." All la fill. tut! only for a moim nf Then orlTa fir ovit th hilla. ' Now Hi- aoiiml of cinnon n-aoiiJiit. IVnnaylvjiriia'a I ni'-adow- land f:IN. Then, "forward"' Ia-p ahoutit to hi. mild tfr. "J'anai- not till roil r-arh vonti-r i...i,ri,. L-ap upward sndovt-r th oow Iden.. N-f , tlie Iduen of t) North are In fllit! ")h! tljf klirlJ of lUf North grow flil k r. PROFfSSIOXAL CLUMX. f JEW ADVERTISKMEXTS. A DVKUTJSE A! KN'TS. ! XKW A DVKUTISEMKNTS. XEWAPVERTOEMKNTS. it'll. day's. lrayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 P. M. Sunday school, 9 A. M. Mtthodiat Pastors, C. P. Jerome Services, (at Presbyterian and Uap tlst,) lt Sunday 11, A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday school (in Lodge) every StimhiyatD A. M. Prayer meeting (at Presbyterian church) Thursday night at 7 P. M. Episcopal Rector, J. W. Turner. Services, Sunday, 11 A.M. and 4:00 I'. JVI. bunday school, 8 P. M. Colored Ue.ptist Second Sunday ,111 eacn monin aillA. M.t 3 P. M. and 7 I'. M. MISCELLANEOUS : Library of ' linton Literary mo- ciauon over postollicc. Librarian, W.S.Thomson. Clinton Loan Association Prcsi- Uffnt, J. L. Stewart; Cashier, A. F. Johnson. Railroad Depot Agent, II. .R Chcnutt. Telegraj.h Ojierator J. C Holmes. Y. M. C. A. F. R. Cooper, Presl- ueiu. jieeis in Courthouo everv Friday at 7 P. M. Miout fhf liravfx of th- South and d "Onward, mr bravr, Iran fiiick'r," rjioui mil- ajuaina, ana lull w itli a - I,-r' liri-t day n lilit i o'T, Many hravt-x lir dead "ii tin- Held. The ground ia all rrckiii with ffoif, Poun d out liy the rnciiiv'H ntw. Tli' a'roiid d.iy dawn- how aadlv! All i-iillli.l in tin- valley ia atilli-d,' Hut .'a ini'ii wmii fciioiit lu.'tdlv, Aatlii y riiah-to the f.ont to i.- kill-d. All day tli aad aruj.'vl''a fontinur, "Mow lont'. idi. liow loiiir iiiu.t tlii-v Liat ! Soldicra, you mui-t atrain ;v-rv M'ncw. Till all thoai- lrc:iat worka arc tawd.' ICiich rUnrx, L c'a ranka (frow thinner, TIip third day 'a tijfhtinjf ia done, Ntiialx r alone ia the w inner OVr Lee, whoae lirave eourae ia run. Supf rior CohHh for 4tb, 6th and 7tli Ju dicial District. JVixiKu (Resident.) 4lh District, Walter Clark, of Wake. ui " E.T.Roykin, Sampson 7th J. c. Mcltea, of Cum berland countj'. ROI4CIT01W. 4th District, T. M. Argo, of Wake. w " O. II. Allen, of Duplin, 7tli FrankMcNeill,of Rich mond county. Times for Holding Courts for 1881). KOUKTIl JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Spring Judge Graves. Fall Judge- April 22nd, July 8th, August oi.i; September 23d, October 21st. Wayne March 11th, April loth, September 9th, October 1 4th. . l!arnett August Gth, Nov. 25th. J ol.nst on August 1 2th,Nov. 11th. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Spring Judge Shipp. lall Judge- I'liyslcfniiH Confess. All honest, conscientious physi cians who give H. JL 11. (Botanic Blood Balm) a trial, frankly admit its superiority over all other blood medicines. Dr. W. J. Adair, Rockmart, Oa., writes: "I regard B. 15. B. as one of the best blood medicines. " Dr. A. II. Roscoe, Nashville, Tcnn., writes: "All reports of B. B. 13. are favorable, and its speedy action is truly wonderful." . Dr. J. W. Rhodes, Crawibnlsville, ia., writes: "I confess J!. 1!. B. is best and quickest medicsne for rheu matism I have ever tried." Dr. S. J. Farmer, Crawforusville, Oa.. writes: "I cheerfully recom mend B. B. B. as a lino tonic altera- At Ti uve. i:s use cured an excrescence of the neck after other remedies ef fected no perceptible good." Dr. C. II. Montgomery, Jackson- vine, Ala., writes: "My mother in sisted on my getting B. B. B. for her rheumatism, a her case stubbornly resisted the usual remedies. She ex perienced immediate relief, and her improvement has been truly won- tlerful." A prominent physician who wish es his name not given, says: "A pa tient of mine whose case of tertiary syphilis was surely killing him, and which no treatment seemed to check, was entirely cured with about twelve bottles of B. B. B. He was fairly i . v juaue up oi sivin ana Done andtrrri ble ulcer?." T. J. LEE, DRUGGIST, ZMn in HI I'et't, OPPOSITE COUIIJ HOUSE. Has been closely Mu iylng the dis eases of our domestic animals for the past fifteen years, and bavins completed, under th direction and mi rvision of the uio-t eminent Vi terinary Surgeon i:i Canada, the full course of readinr as reoiiired at the ceh'br ited Ontario (Canada) Vet erinary College, w ould be pleased to give his fellow countymen, FREE OF CHARCJE, The best advice of Ulltfll llO la. c;l liable as tu tl au oiseases of our domestic animals. you wisu anyihing In tLis line? Then call ami fte' n. pctf-.nr. ia always keeis at his uemember 're guarantee verytliiiii' vp Hell. Yf. iri iATrrsrfi'i? a Complete Hani ware ami Grocery Stom We keeiH fuiiline of Family Groceries, Builders' Material, Hardware, Shoes, Shoes, and Harness. for the diseases of Horses, Cattle, j mm omer domestic animals. Aprill llth, 1889. tf sc 13 tf Respectfully, T. II. PARTRICK & BRi). o J A. STEVEXS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, (Office over Post Office.) SirMay be-found at niirht at the residence of J. II. Stevens on f i!lw C 4 i . OUWl. ft 7-1 IT - -. At My New Stand! M. LEE, M PlIYSICIAN,St) UQEG D. iiLovett I e s terday P O .v AND Dentist, wpyt rvr-vr m--v it . . . act I lilt wmeem iQ's urugistore. le 7-lyr fvnrvnmum . .. , i . m mm .m . iai vi. c w - OlJ'ii a mj FT E. FAISON, JLJL AtTOKNKY AND CODN8ELL- LY OCCUPIED BY V. H. I Lave moved to a larger stote fo tliat T car. cany a on at Law. .vmvo iu oirwi, T - Jl Ti ll sl , will practice In courts ofSauiDsonand M-ftti tJr H.HCL C Ullfir tST.OP. Ir nf aono.l adjoining ouniies. Also in Supreme , " . t.onrt. ah Dusiness intrusted to his care will receive prompt and careful attention. Je7.1vr W. KERR. Attorney and Counsell or at Law. Office on Wall Street. Will practice in Sampson, Bladen, Pender, Harnett and Duplin Coun ties. Also in Supreme Court. Prompt personal attention will be given to all leal business, je 7-lyr Merchandise To meet tlie demands of my greatly increasing NE'.V GOODS COMJXG i! trade. 1) JL S . ULY ! Tlie same motto: "The Lmnw liaa built up my trade, will be strictly Je sura to call in before Luyij:g. cossiiiLK iMAi;or., ' v.-Jiich observed in tlie future. Respectfully. P S3. V TRAXK ROYETTE, D.D.S. JL Dentistry vrrr- Office on Main Street. ltlrxf& Otfors hi.s services to the people of Clinton and vicinity. Everything in the line of Dentistry lone in the best style. Satisfaction guaranteed. je 7-lyr T S. THOMSON. H Attornev and Counsell- o;i at Law. Office over Post Office. Will practice in Sampson and ad joining counties. Ever attentive and faithful to tin interests of all clients. jo 7-lyr T. M. F.TIRET W R KING & CO tvv -:o: We take this lllllUJS III S'lV 1(T in fUlf -t wlnnl.. 1 1 . - Pannlnr .... . "V" "" U IIVIT I UR i v,","l" J vncni c ill 15 offering ,. -"j !- iciium iiu over me still at our OLD STAND, on Wall Street, St Si WIL3I IXOTOX IISI R ICT. Methorlist E. Church South, second round of Quarterly Meetings: 19 IVnder .May Cth, September Oth. New Hanover April 15th, Sep tember 23d. Lenoir August 19th, Nov. llth. Duplin September 2d, Nov. 25th. Snmpson Feb. 25th, April 29th, October 7th, December 9th. Carteret March 18th, October 21. Jones March 25th, October 28th. Onslow April 1st, Nov. 4th. SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Spring J udge Merrimon. Fall Judge Shipp. Anson April 29th, September 2d, November 25th. Cumberland May 6th, July 22d, Nov. llth. Columbus April 1st, July 29th. Robeson May 29th, August 19th, September 80th. Richmond September 18th, June 3d, December 2d. Bladen March 18th, Oct. llth. Brunswick April 8th, September 9th. . Moore April 15th, August 12th, October 21st. CIDER. HEADQUARTERS FOR BEST PEACH AND APPLE CIDER, (Corner of Elm and R. R. Street.) SWEET AND HARD CIDER always on hand. In addition to this pleasant and healthy driUk. I keep Tobacco, Snuff, Flour, Potash, Candies, Soda, and Pea-Nuts which are sold at lowest prices for cash. Respectfully, je21-lyr. Bladen, at Bethel, April ana 21. Elizabeth, Singletary's, April 20 and 21. Sampson, at Hall, Auril 2G and 28. rJ Salem, Apl 27 and 28. Rev. R. C. Beaman will attend at Fair Bluff, and Rev. W. S. Creasy at Smith's Chapel. Q TEW A UT, N I CHOLSON kJ COOPER, Attorneys and Counselors y t Law will practice in Sampson and adjoin ing counties and in the Supreme Court of the State. All business ?n. trusted to us will receive prompt and faithful attention. Oftica over Stew art & Ilines' store. feb ) tf "What Doctors Say. Have used S. S. S. in treatment of b.ood taint, with remarkable success. J. Wiley- Qujllian, M. P., Easley, S. C. I have used S. S. S. for some-time in the treatment of blood poison without disappointment. Physi cians will be compelled to acknowl edged its merits. N. Lu Galloway-, M. D., Monroe, Oa. I have tried Swift's Specific in a very bad case of Blood Disease, and take great pleasure in saying it was a perfect success, producing a com plete cure. I have also tried it in many other cases with good resul's. J. R. Yerion, Millsap, Texas. I have used Swift's Specific in my practice for some time, and find it to be all that the proprietors claim for it. D. M. McKnjght, M.D., Magnolia, Arkansas. I have taken Swift's Specific for secondary blood taint, and derived great benefit. It acts much better than potash or any other remedy that 1 have ever used. B. F. Wing field, M. D., Richmond, Va. Swift's Specific is entirely a vege table, and cures by forcing out the impurities through the skin. Send for our book on Blood and Skin Dis eases, mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. '"-Plao's Cure for Con sumption Is also the best tCongli Medicine. If you hare a Cough without disease of the Langs, a lew doses are all yon need. But if you ne glect this easy means of safety, the slight Cough may become a serious matter, and several bot tles will be required. ' ill rl FWi Bemdy for Catarrh b the Beat, Easiest to ye, and Cheapest. told bf dm rn farta or seat by malL soc, is. T. jaiueiuae, warren, ra. Jl C0XSUSPT1GN SURELY CURED. To tub Editor Please inform your readers that I have a positive renie-Jy for the above named disease. By it timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy free to any of your read ers who have consumption if they will send nie their express and post office address. Respectfuly, T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, 181 Pearl St., New York THAT- FISHY Tho Original Wins. C. K. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r M. A. Simmons Livr Medicine, Est'd 1S40, in the U. S. Court dkfeats I. 11. Zeilin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Li er Regulator, Est'd by Zeilin 368. M. A. S. L. M. has tor y vears cured Indigestion, Biliouskess. Dtsfefsia,Sick Heasaciik.Lost Appetite, Sou Stomach. Etc. t T. B. Reams, Pastor M. E. 1 Church, Adams, Tcnn., writes : 'l luuni a snouia a are oeeo dead but tor your Oenuine M. A. Sim. nous ivcr meaione. l.nave sometimes had to substitute "Zcrlia's stuff for your Medi cine, but it don't answer the purpose." Dr. I. R. Graves. Editor TL Batut. MeuiBhis. T enn. savs I received a package of your Liver Medicine, and have usea half ot it. It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and ccr. 1 tainly co more of Zeftia'a mixture. Sio! a iv .a IS J H. ROYAL' j oALOON! Pure AVines and Liquors Valk in and call tor what you want. Mr. Miles Jackson, my clever clerk in charge, will be pleased to serve you. BPure Upcountry Corn Whiskey always on hand. Respectfully, feb31-tf J. II. ROYAL. Call in at the New Firm of WATSON k PETERSON, Where you will find all kinds of Family Groceries and every kind of a Drink to tickle the palate. Pure Up-country Corn Whiskey a specialty. Respectfully, WATSO.V & PKTERSOX In the Tne of GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE. Always give us call when you come to town, whether you wish to buv or not. Respectfully, u-?' -sX- (ft Eemember that we cannot all cur goods are at the lowest possible price March 8th. 1889. lm for ir o o p? o S5 4 For 22 Years J T. GREGORY has occupied his same TAILOR ESTABLISHMENT on Church Street. The great and orignal leader in low prices for men's clothes .Economy in cloth ami money will force you to give him a call. JE-Latest Fashion plates always on hand. June 7th. lyr. Iff wms 3 A ffT'JjX'i SPEII A fine Line now in Stock at NEW CLOTHING, SHOES, DRY-GOODS AND II. ROW A RE fS?" One lot of Calicoes at 5 cents pei- yard. W TV T rW .y-v. ,1 . 111 I . Ug u -uu. win ue coming m constantly. Cash customers wim.a no wen to call m andexamitie stock before bnvir" eKe where. ' Respectfully, m m mm Li rSi JANES MEANS' IS & $4 SHOES "S?m?tUn Mf of Trade," and if yon have not seen our latest Improved goods you ITtSr ?TB t?d0 how our compatitora have to work to keep within sight of t wT 'or the James Means' 3Shoe,or the James Means' $4 Shoe according to yourneeds. "T,r none hse to"kxs our name and price stamped plainly on the Boles. Your retaUer wlU I suppiy you with shoes so stampedlf ?ou Insist upon his doing so; If you do not Insist, somo rotaUers win coax you into buying inferior shoes upon which they make a larger profit N EW BARBER SHOP. When j ou wish an easy shave, As good as barber ever gave, Just call on me at my saloon At morning, eve or noon; I cut and dress the hair with grace, To suit tlie contour of the lace. My room is neat and towels clean, Scissors sharp and razors keen . And everything I think you'll find ; To suit the face and please the mind, And all my art and skill can do -If you just call, I'll do for you. PAUL SHEltAltD, The Clinton Barber. nv n rn in 11 CD 0 ij E . r . . vy. nt3l 3 SHOE .UNEXCELLED " IN STYLE UNEfJUALLEn DURABILITY AN 3 PERFECTIOM FIT. & mm 1 n a i i t r- $4 SHOE CANNOT FAIL -5?" TO s- SATI SPY. t; FASTI D! ISP -Cil- i . . 1 the jam, M "T I, C1r . . " "ur ncn maustry that we are now cfclc io sSrn (hrJ; to It ZSrSllZl Wl" tr7 n a you w,n n that wc do net execrate. coTpewtt. nsoi1 " . ' Who toltat8 our ern of business are unable to UnTw BUtll prodacts- 1,1 lines we are the largest manufacturers In the mtALmmZt9tFumrr "oW by wide-awake retailers In all parts JAMES MEANS & CO., 41 Linccla St., Boston, fc, . rn ua .1 IJvi V l. Nil '.! BY 1 Clinton, N. C. Mks. A. E. MunniY. Owner and Proprietress. The Murphy House is central ly located, with larre, comfor table rooms aucl attentive ser vant?. FARE, FIRST CLASS FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM DEPOT. SAMPLE ROOMS FOH COMMKUrUI.! TRAVELtES. EThe Traveling public are respectfully invited to stop at the MURPIIY HOUSE. G. PAETaiCK'B Headquarters ! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S' TaTE OF XORTH CARO- NA.- Sampson County; Before L. U. Hubbard, J. P., April 8th, 1889. A. F. Petersen, Receiver, c, W.H.Moore. To W. II. Moore. You are. here by commanded t appaar before me at my office in Clinton, N. C, oa the 25tli day of May, A. D. 18S9, to an swer the plaintiff, A. F. Peterson, re?eiver in the case of Adrian & Vol lers vs. S. Barksdile, for the non payment of the sum of. $32.00, tlue. by two cer aii notes or' bonds, with 'liters t from the 20th dav of-De- Culbrefch's. liefore LADiES' DRESS GOODS. Do not fail to examine same, as thev ar rfimnrkuhW aIq, buynu- elsewhere. Calicoes 5 eents and tin. ninyhnma I to 10 cents, Worsteds 10 cents anrl upwards, Plaids at 6 cents, Bleaching 6 cents and upwards. Larjre liue of Straw Hats all hrst-clas and ".heap. OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF SHOES VERY LOW. Do not forget to examine the Famous FARMERS' TIlIUMPH PLOW SHOE A fall :md complete line of GROCERIES, as chejin cheapest. the Plows and Castings for the FARMERS' ALLIANCE. POPE & CULBRETH. Jan. 20th, 1889. If Clinton Harness 35 mjtrnmmmmm mm. m W QUARTERS, I have moved this week into my new auartprn nn rflHnu n ' ' - 'jvwuuo BMWi - t'iJj-'UHiie me Caucasian rnnling Office whee will be pleased to serve the general public as in the past. and Harness, which I will sell at the lowest possible margin Also the cheapest and largest assortment of Whips to be found aujfw-ieic. ueu yuuuomo io iown Do sure tccall in and for yourself. Respectfullv. m,m9a W' 1L STETSON. HEW ADVEUTl CLINTON w JJIA. M. LEE & u ng tiii a-fc si ii i . wncn iney are sick and itt7 danger; then thev " l I i I K. nest tnat can tie had. Dr T, A Brother keep nlv ,VMU carry a full lln of VAU i-i V KmentUl OiLS TerfunH n ' T dH m ii ir i v btm aria r . . i ira - - - - v - m r a vuti a amis i a- , WhUkey.Horsc and Vnuutri I.A lAsit . " ami the best rcmetiits aster V.T ,M IIONiM X. Cattle, Hogs, Poultry, Msi, LEE'S Backache Pi la North Carolina's Exrt ao iaflaeoce In mini. taring to human ii- And many a pan .ion, ,m LeeV Platter Ioth a:'av You c-n core a bad cas,- r j, ache quicker ith one of i ten than by any oth. r aP.,nf' and after tho baakat he : cirl? can still wear the pl.tor w ;., ' Xo fort for a month, or lon-.'r piaster is a great dimiwrv iV? hard to find any pa!, or 'JZ ' will not yield to it. Pre, r i by t.j. ua; iru PDBB MEDICINAL WHIskev A pure and wholiwom. ) timu'ant Is a dldenit.,m neIeu. loaapply thu ' Barley Oor. W.Ukey, four 2 old. la offared to tha dmlii. raarantee of it erivt n.,.!k. llK vlMleflemeneas in evry partii-.il. i-v,. .o jure eXirad af ooKir and BAiiLiir, and ! ,,.ilh!: Drugjred, Uquored nor W.ieri i, any instance. Sold only bv DU.A. M. LEE411UO., liru lee's WAUT sricciFu- A certain cure for warls 011 l,,r and mules as Vol. .f.iim ..,-.:, ('-apt. Cornelius Part rick, t'ni.t w Lucius Faison, Mr. V. n. ytn' Col. Abner M. Faison m.i i i- of others ia Sampson and uiljuinin counties will certify. Su'.l iv. , T. J. Llvl, Drj;j;ist. WOltMS IN HORSKM. I-ioe's Worm Snecifie mvi.r r.,:i . exiH'l worms from horses and muU Warranted in every case. Sold onlv l.r I. J. lifer.., Ih'uirjjwt. IIORSIS AND CATTLE POWIiKIW. Wp offer uuaer this head the Ut ndl lion Powders in the market. hare prepared by the leading ucr House of the tlnitl st., ' - - . liomtha formula of Dr. Wilihi.n. of England, tho most dit-tsn-uished Veterinary Sureeon liviiu' Thv are excellent aDoetizers. ;i alterative and tonic, and tun 1 relied upou as a reuunlv fur nil ases ot domestic nnimnU. Tli uv nru composed of Licorice Root, Juniper nemos, flaxseed, uentian, (Jinir, Iron and Antimony. Sold unlv ly Drv. A. M. Lee & lino., Iiruei'isU. ASK FOR IT! THE SELF-THREADING 131 a it are com bined the fin est mechanic al tklll. the most useful and practical elements, and all known ad- avOa eg that make aW.w log machine desirable to ell or use. ELDREDCE MFG. CO. firtwy aal Wasleuls) Oflea, SelTldm, CL Mtri. wm Far. EDHtiioia see W. T. - WILLIAMSON'S Walk in and oall forVhat you want. Mr David Giddens ' 'cember, 1879, d o and payable to the ; BUGGY AND CARRIAGE FACTORY, IN NEW QUARTERS CN FAYETTEYILLE ST. NOTICE. will be pleased to serve you. Respectfully, C. PARTRICK. janl7 tf ' jsaid S. Barkslile or judgment will) I be taj en against v.) j for the amount done on sllort notice .uueupoii s;iiu lioies, a'la tosxs. i L C.HUBBARD, J. P. - Respectfully, apll 3t . mch2S-3in W.T. WILLIAMSON. ' THE HOARD OF COUNTY Commissioners of Sampaon will, n the 1st Monday In May next, received sealed propositions or bids from persons desirlnjr to fur nish the poor outside of the Poor house with the fallowing articles per month f 10 pounds flour, 1 quart molasseo, 1 pound sugar, 1 pound coffee, 1 pound rice, 1 plug tobacco, 9 DOUr.d.4 l)9lnn 18 nnnn 1 SST Round Shaves, Hacks and all 2 bars H&ldXtoM.llZ Edge Tools made, and Repairing class goods, and sail Commissioners resereine right to reject all bids. I lly order of the Board. O. F. HERRI vo r-ioi-t April 1st 1889. 4t OF PURE COD LIVER OIL &2S2 HYPOPHOSPHITES Almost as Palatable as Willc. So ellsgvtscd that It on fc tefcis, I - Iff nsHtr stomach, whtn h plain oil blnatlon of tlxm ollvrlth tha y)o phos phites la mnch mora ffleaclon. tmarkiWe as a flesh prodnctr. PenoBi gain rapidly vtdle taking It, SCOTT'S TATTTT J5TOW la uVnmtaJuJ Kv PhTsiciaci to be tie Finest and Best prepa- CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTIHO DISEASES, EMACIATION, COLDS and CHRONIO COUCHS. TU frtat remedy for OommvmtiOtm, and Wasting in ChUdrtn. Sold tv DruggltU. i J i i e i .r-hw is. U U U &h VfhM I ;y Citb I do net aa martly t top Uies IVr a Una, ami then have Uieiji mr FITS, EPILEPSY or FA1XTIT G SICfKNESS, Cxnm the wont um. Dkwm othara haa J?J!? rf ow raoelaras; a eara artal, and it will care 70a. AddVsae H. C ROOT. U.C I 3 "lm It, Itnr ttfi Jo-i 1 '.'..! Sxrrrlcr ts all Sutstitsta iiaf aaa aaaia unw Jaaaj Caks, (ra Brcaa, Sasrt Caka. fot Vlt, BsaiaUairm. Ballad Paadlasa aa4 Bark wheat. H aeaae rams 6 esata. HoU bj foaatry Herehaats. sWW Mawwfiaecwrtna: C-a