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II i L ImS IS UOJu G if, N . C SATPRDAY. Jus v. in7W:. s ubscji i raoNiaTte: Oik; year, to be paiil hi advance, $1 -'. Six months. ' " 'M.'O. TIirt.'(: month. ; v. cts. ADVERTISING RATES: CmiociiIiihiii, inn: year. W.OO. Half column. " f."0.bH. Fourth "2."i.00. .ii' .- j i in re, (one inch.) oik insertion. l.and for e.ieb subsequent insertion i ') i fin- i((r sonar .-7 Court Notice-. weeks, cash. 7."n. and wben payment i- delayed foi 0 mouths. l.'fH. Local adverti-emf nt 10 cents per 1 hi. The Editor will not be responsible tor views ot correspondents. Tbrii vihiii" ladies 'n.rG hai- tized at the Bii.Tist church last Sun-! day nidrl. '7 ' . t r, , 1 he County Hoard ot Educr lion must finality on the nret 2j- day in July. v Sec notice ct John I'. IlartJ Adinini-tiatoi upon the estate ot the : iate Fietlei iek Williams. ... , . I l in town auinoruies are navinc some substantial improvement made on the street near the town pump. We met Prof. Manyum on the! 1 9tli year of hi. ae. His physician, 1 rain lat Monday. He was on his Dr. A. C. Jbidau, was very kind w.ay to iiiilialoe Springs, Va , where' and attentive to him during his ill lie goes lor a little recreation. J ness. His disease was ineiitnotiia. m ... r : r I wenty-t.ve cetils for one or one dollar bir live bottles of ShrinerV Indian "'ei miiugc. Tlio best worm medicine nc"w before the public. Every bottle guaranteed. KishopT. J. Lyman vill preach in M. Iaithews Episcopal church Sunday, June 21st, at 11 a. atnl at 8 1-2 p. in. Confirmation ser vices at night. Public invited. -i-We regret ttiat rc n re iot :iblet attend the picnic of the i'res bytciian Su.iday School last Friday. We have "to return thanks to t-cv 'ialjadics and gentlemen for iuvita :i ms. There were three deaths at Chapel HiU lat Sunday night : Mis. Jones Walson, a claiiv.hter of Mr. T. VV". Laws; Mr. i'lsuklin t)avies, anl a child ot Thomas Dunton, the eolol ed hat her. A lew articles ot household and Kitchen luruitnie yet to be disposed d at moderate pi ices. Apply to It.. I i !....:.. l .. l ... . , i ,v r., T ' , I Dr. 1. J Wilson. 1 he i esidcl.ee lately occupied by Dr. Wi on i.s for rent, i is. Apply to Dr. D. C. Par A huge number ot people have tailed to list then., taxes. Geo. W. Tate, Emi , may be found at the ci'ui. house on Saturday, Julie 20th, lor the purpo.sr. of allowing the lax payers t Hillshoto township one more and positively the very last opportunity lor lifting theii taxes --The Dm him licjnrtfr of June I 2th, says : Parrish's w arehouse was p icked t- its lull capacity on yes terday. There were over twelve bundled piles of tobacco which sold lot about -18,000. It was the largest sale ever made in the Stale by any w;u chouse. The sight Was one wot th seeing. J ust received at Mrs. Mallie Taylor's Millinery Store, a beautiful line of White Dress Goods and All Over Embroidery. Also, just re ceived, a beautiful lot of Embroider ed White Kobe Dresses. She pays catdi for her goods, and can atiord to sell them as lov as any olher house. Cail and see for yourselves. The entertainment given by the ladies at Masonic Hall on the night of June 12th, and by request, re peated with a change of programme on the night ot June 10th, w.s weU attended on both occasions, and the audiences seemed delighted and highly entertained with the success tul attempt, ot the ladies to furnish an hour or two of innocent fun and amusement. The editor is under obligations to ihe managers tor com- pliuientary lickels. , The case ot James W. Riley, Administrator of Copcland Riley vs. Nat. Riley and others, was heard in this idace on Tuesday and Wedncs-jferuil8 his od t; run at large day. bofoie James K.lerry arbitral wjlhin Mirf "territory, he shall be tor. Major John . Graham and j, of a misjefljeanor A. W. Graham represented Quent.n ' V2 Any persun OWIlinJ, rea Riley and others, and Messrs. C. E. e,tale in Qrange or Durham couu Parisii and W. W. Fuller represent-1 lU,8 ajjoining -.he slock law territory cci .ias. . liuey, urn r. i wwh'! was settled by allowing yuentin ivue ana wue uny acres oi iuuu iu. iiie uni at tfieir death the lami is 10 go to ihe children of Thomas Riley, deceased. The Administrator is to sell land aud pay all costs ot suit. NOTICE I After the lOih day ol Jane, 1SS5, am going to collect money that' iould have bent paid before. C. M. PARKS. Hillsboro, N. C, May 27, 1Ss5. Blcklen's Ahxica Salve. Cuts, Bruises, Sores.. Ulcer?, Salt Rheum Fever. Sores. Tetter. Chan- i ir'a M.;ihin;a ra nnd ,.,.o A.au, v.. -.., v,. .ill s;l.;,, Vrni.t i Ana oiuf iinutil'lt lv t;., Krni.t nna n, imu I Vl V cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2. cents per bo, S SEASON" A 111 A 'UMMKR GOODS. Just opened, -0 pieces of the pret pesflndia Linnon, (in tire Sttde,) ai 12 12 cents. Handsome Striped White Lawn, at 10 cent yevV line of beautiful Plaid Ging-; ! I ..A llrrhl SsiliTimir- Maljrinlu nil ins uuu "fe" ---- - v . just received. Albatros in RhcV and different shades, at' 25 cents, All Wool. Nuns etling, at !- to 20 and 2o New line o!' 1 1 in burgs, Laces,! Black B a d Lace, White Bead Laces, vfce. New Shapes in - Ladies Hals re ceived every three days. We a. e shipping iHmcry by ex press every .lay to different parte of the N:ii fence v-e Keep up w itn evoryi hing new in this line. We have bought a nice stock. .l most eet -Mhinir "m "Lh-wo1 -i.J-. i ' , 'i j, i:r...d- U'i.ii.. Goods ami MUinery all tor the dull days of June. We want to make it lively by ol- fenng r resh New Uoods at the re- Scent decline in prices. 15 AZ A Alt. Died, near Walnut Grove, June lOih, Mr. W. C. Waggoner, in the Cuirie "was one ot our best boys a.d , m. vi !! ;i iiifin mr J ltif 1 i t !i o 1 1 1 1 1 church at Walnut GfdVe. VJ. D. C. TUItNEli. V. fS ii-iifi i tlio JStoolc Section 1. It fdiall be unliwful for any live slock to run at large in Dm ham County, or in Cellar Grove, Little Uiver, Hillsborough and Bing ham Townships in Orange County. Sec. 2. The Jus'iecs A tiro Peace shad icgisier all descriptions of live slock taken up or impounded, and fdiall keep such register open tor in spection at all times, Sundays ex xx' p ted. Sec. o. It shall be lawful for any pel son to take up live stock running al large and impound ihe sarr.e in i!i township where taken up, and the impounder may demand twenty live cents tor each animal taken up, and teniy cents tor each animal tor every day si. jh animal is kepi impounded, and may retain the same with the riirjit to use it under proper r-arc until all legal charges and dam i i i . i ages are paid, said damages to be assessed by two disiuleieoted tree ladders. Sec. I. The impounder shall im mediately inform the owner, it know n, ot impounded stock, and il the owner shall for iwo days alter such f!otn:e willfully refuse or neg-j Uc. to redeem hi "i.ock, thcti :he impounder lihall tiie a desciipliiu ol sai l st-ck vuh the nCaiest Magis trate n the township and alter ten d.v.s ui.I'lii advertisement, shall sell the same and apply proceeds to p;iji:n.nt ot co.-i.s and damages, and pay the surplus to the ownel. Seo 0. Any impounder WlillUllV 1 1 mi-appropriating such lunds shall be guilt v ot a misdemeanor. Sec. 0. Any person unlawfully res cuing or le'.e.iMng impounded stock, or attempting to, do so, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Sec. 7. The word stock in this act shall bo construe! to mean horses, mules, jacks, jennets, colts, cows, sheep, calves, goals and all olher such cattle aud swine. Sec 8. The County Commission ers ot said Counties shall forthwith erect a good and lawful fence around Biid townships, except on the lines of adjacent counties in which the slock law prevails and shall levy aud collect an amount not to ex ceed twenty .cents on the one hun dred dollars worth of real estate in said townships. Sec. 9. Any citizen 'of the territory described is authorized to erect, at his own expense, any part ot the leuco or to erect gai.es across the j highways on said line of fence, Sec. 10. When any person objects to the tence being built on his land I n mut.h ini s 1S 11(H.,,SS.1I.V moV bn condemned lor that purpose , 11. It anv person willfully n,.ly have his lands included in such 1 3lljaccnt territory by signing aud , tih, r wilh tilo-c!oi k of the Board oi (',.,,;,;,,,, ot the County iu which ihe land lies, a w ritten notice consenting and agreeing that his! i-.. i t .-: 7i.. .i :V.:.. f. .uii subject to the slock law ; and there- " i,;. I....1, .un . upou the stock law territory. Sec. 13. lhat anv person, who, j having impounded any id the above! I named slock, shall tail to provide j the same with sufficient food nud ! water, or shall willfully abuse and injure the same, shall bo guilty of i misiloitiMiior. Sec. 14. That ihe Board ot Com 1 unssioners ot said county shall have the power to icvy me assetssmeui.'; and build the tence at any lime ; X',.rtrT,bnr 1st 1 SSn bnt nnor JHUf IU w . s ' , me proTiwoua . Vi? . j to Stock running at large . shall not lake effect until Nov. 1st, lWD. P A The Misses Nash and Miss KoI-1 lock will close their school next Thursday, June 25th. On the night of that day a priva'.c Musical Enter tainment will be given at the school under the direction ot the accom plished instructress, Miss Lizzie V. IldiislCTi -Invitations have been tunt out, Wo have to return our 4ijMirffs to the ladies lor one. "Beio.w is the PROGRAMME: PA KT PIUST. 1. Chorus From Les Hugue nots" Meyerbeer SiNUiXo Class. 2. Sextet "Polanaise"-- Slreabboy Missks Duskix, Lucas, Yyaki, S. PuTlKK, E. PCTTE4. AND L. D.VY, 3. Duo uLa Danza," (for two pi anos Rossini Arranged by Lizt Misses Hutcueson, and Maiiy Y.vvio'Z , Vrt. , Hnr , 5. Quartet "Turkish March" Mozart Misses Day, S. Potter, Mac kay and C. Jones. 0. Piano Solo "Hondo E. Fiat' Op. 02 Weber Miss Mary Kites Jones. 7. Recitation By tue Elocu tion Class. pakt second. 4. Vocal Trio double,) "Sum mer Fancies' 'Metro, MISSES M. E. Jones, Mackay, Lucas, Hollis tek, Stone and Kihkland. 2. Piano Solo "Hondo Capricci oso1' Mendelssohn M l$s H utch u- SON. u. Quartet "Polonaise Militaite'; Chopin Misses E Potteu, Dus kin, Ward and Stone 4. Vocal Solo "Who wil! nome with tne ?" Cavatina Htnruker Miss Mary Eppes Jokes. 5. Quartet "Les Dames de So ville," (Waltzes) Schubert Misshs K I It K LA N D, G Pi A 11 A M , HORNER A.Nl) Lucas. G. Piano Solo "Taiantelle," (Op. 85, No. 2) Heller Miss Stone. ' 7. Chorus From "II Giurameuto" Mercadunte Singing Class. 8. Quartet Ouvertnre a' "Eg mom" ISeethove?i Misses Mac kay, C. Jones, IIutcueson and M. E. Jones. For the Observer. HURRAH FOR HILLSBORO 1 That our antique old town is back ing in that energy and enterprise which characterises eorue of her sis ter villages, we most positively deny.5 We claim that this charge can le substantially refuted in the follow ing announcement o! a uew firm, who teea to have but lalely come upon the areua, and, from whose preparations for prosecuting their business, we reasonably anticipate for them a flattering trade in the near future. Our people are all ac quainted with that extensive build ing, known as the barracks, situated near town. We are glad to be able to state that this elegant building, which has been unoccupied lor years, is lo be utilized by the new company for their main manufactur ing establishment, White al Durham a massive branch house is now near mg completion, to be managed by a large stockholder of the firm resid ing there. As we understand it, the firm will aoou be able to commence putting out their goods as rapidly as will be necessary to suppiy the general demand. The firm has been organized un der the stylo ot "The W. Arbuthnot Manufacturing Co.," manufacturers and dealers m Bims, Muckets and Tuboles, and wholesale packers ot Fish. The Hillsboro concern will be under the management and su pervision ot the above named gentle man, while at Durham, that popular citizen, uCol. E. E. Rackett,iJ will hold l ho reins of government, a's fcisled by 4 Captain Shicklctoot." Squire lickleberry, a prominent citizen ot Hillsboro, is one ol the chief stockholders, and will do much to uphold the diguity of the institu tion. We congratulate Hillsboro upon securing the home office of this great manufacturing establishment, and exteud to the firm our best wishes. Mr. Mathlas Manly, who many friends here, has heiii poiuled postmaster at Newborn has at) ,, f New SruiNG Millinery Goods at Mrs. Mattie Taylok's -Go and see the finest lot of Hats ever brought to this market. Feathers, Fiowers, and everything in the Mil linery line lo make you look nice and pretty. Go and look before buying elsewhere. She thinks she can please one and all. In selecting her eoods she was very careful in I trying to please everybody She Wl talTc. Vnro in showing goods ;to ner inenus ami me puouc, leeiingi sure uia i, nicy win uuy auer eeving I what bargains she is otTering. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1M I N" LSTRA l'ORS NOTICE. a j Having qualified as Administrator ! upon the estate of Frederick Willism. - ! ! 1 nrrvL7 "ll 3,1 p-rs.. on in ;lte ,Klvmcnt. imd all person, h.iu. ula 'Kl l- ciaims against the estate mut pre-eut ; them within the time pre ecu 1:1 W Or tlllS UOtlCtf Will will le pit - led ia Lur ; .. of their recovery. This 33th day ot June, JOHN U, II ART. AdmikUtrat'oi'. fPuSfP Absolutely Pure. This powder m'ver varies. A marvel of purity, strength andw hob'soinene-. More economii.-al than the ordinary kinds, nnd -aifttt ir sdM in eomjeti tiou 'with the multitude of low tet, -hort weight, alum or phosphate pow ders. Sold ciih) in c ms. Royal Mak ing Powdku Co., 10'J Wall-st., X. Y. fMloot Uoiii'tiinyj- Ac Xa.v School iui- Young La dies and Little iiil, IIILLSBORO, N. C rpiIE MISSES NASI I AND MS Jl KOLLOCK' will resume the exer cises ff their School on Frid.-iv. ."lh ot February, 1S.". and close them the 2li of June (2'J weeks.) lint ion for day scholar Session. ? 20.00 per Gireuluv's Vrnt on application. QEDAR GROVE ACADEMY, MALE AND FEMALE. Sessions open the Second Monday in January and July of each year. Terms per Session of rive months: English Course, .$12.50 to $15.00. Classical Course, $25. Music with use of Instrument, $15;0. Board per irtmith, $8.00. Address li. C. l'ATTOX. Principal, Cedar Grove, Orange Co , N. C. QTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, O f Orange County. Superior Court, May 27 tht 1885. Robert Laws in behall of himself aud all other creditors ugninst Logan Woods. Administrator of James F. lirown, deceased. Notice. This is a special proceeding to com pel an-aecount of the administration of the estate of Jamos F. Brown, deceased, to be heaid before rue on the Sth day ol duly. 1-55; on or before which day all creditors of the said deceased are re quired to appear before ine and file the evidence of their cl.-iivs. PRIDE JOXKtf, Clerk Superior Court. M OTHER'S FRIEND! Xo More Tenor No More Pain! Mo -More Danger to Mother or Child ! The Dread of Motherhood Transformed to Hope and Joy ! Safwty and Ease to fullering Woman. This invaluable pi cpi'iration is truh- a triumph oT ?c cntiiie skill, and.no more inestimable benefit was ever bestowed on the-mothers of the world. C2?"lt i ot only shortens the time of labor and lessens the mtensip' of pain but, better than all, it ytvat-dimin ishes the danger to lile ot both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a condition highly favorable U speed v- re cover', aiv.' far lessliable to lb.odii.g. conYi'!;ions, and oilier alarming symp toms incident to lingering and painful labor. Its truly wonderful ciTe-aev in this respect entitles lit i : Moiulk': Fku;ni to be ranked as one of the life saving appliances given to the world by tin- !is;.'OVeries ot motk rn science. From the nature of th- case it will at course be understood that we cannot pu'ilih certificates concerning thi Reined without wounding the delica cy of the writers. Yet we have hun dreds of such testimonials on tile, and no mother who has once used it wi) ever again be without it iu her time o trouble. v A nrominent physician lately re marked to the proprietor, that if it were aduii-sible to make public the letters w e receive, the -Mother's Eriend would out;eil anything n tin" market." I most earnestly entreat every female ; expecting to be confined to use Mother's ! l- - l . . I .. .i : . ... t ritciiu. v.oui'ieu mi uns, enLieaiv i I wMl ad l that deriug a long obstetrical j piactice (toity-tour year-) 1 have never L.own it .to 'fail to produce a afe aud quick dehverv. II. J. HOLMES. M. D.. AUjanta. (ia. S-nd f .r or Treati-e on -Health and Happiues of Woman mailed free. Buaifikm KtoiLA iou Co.. ' Atlanta. Ga. p A LEIGH REGISTER. i IlY v. M M. Ham;. Print r to the- State. um wuut .o- ,.no - lor una then remit to pay tor your ?9tiit Ifiiiocrin tlo Paper j ! the R.vt.Kiciii l.rniSiKl.. Eacii new I sub.-cribcr. remitting ?2 direct, is enti- -d to the RegisIKK Kr one year aud VEBs2lER PRACTICAL DIC TIONARY. hich until Au 'Usl 1st, IriSo, is Oti'crcd a i'reiiiiuia. all. pie Co -ies 0 the Rla.IsTLt: mail ed on uppiication. Address UALEIGil REGIS'ilCR. llsikigh. N. C tobacco in niGin:r?: j PARRTSH'S "W AREHOIT8E I DURHAM, N. C, THIS WEEK TFTAN IT irks KEEN IN LONG Our Manufacturer?, Dealers, Order i the Market and all grades of Bright SMOKERS AND 'CUTTERS ARE OUT ON A LIMB. In fact if'vcur Toliaccoiias color yon will go honr Rappy. It is im portant to hive yonr "Wrappers in keeping order. Mont ef t grades of Tobacco sold in Durham are manufactured here except the IV rappers, amf V. ' THE STRONiiKST WR APPl-Ml til; YERS IN THE TWO STATES ARE ON THE DURHAM MARKET. We are determined that no market shall cet ahead of u. We have lei all other markets tor tour yar, ami we are now doing it and shall con tinue to do so. No use talking 1 CAN PAY ASj MUCH IF NOT MORE THAN THF LIVING MAN, AND I INTEND TO DO IT. We are obliged to have vour Tobacco, so stand square and come on t6 KADQUARTER. HE WANT Ciiviiv:si. Have it in ''roping order if p. ssiblc, but wet or dry can pay as much aM anybody or any market. Vour friend 'A'lio Celebrated .J. Geo. E. Xissmn. W. M. N'ISSKN. .". ). N ISSKN. F7 GEO. E. NISSEN & CO., -- ' rpni? REASONS WE CAN AND DO MAKE THE BEST WAGONS AUK : JL V e keep a very larire stock ol seasoned lumber. s: 'm mnt ..e it r.ri own mills, and using only the best lor us by the best works in Pennsylvania : rience ; then it beinir a settled fact .thai cheaper than any uie-else. qab:ty cof.siiU lumber oursehes. buying iron, paint, vaini.du mostly bv the car load aflH.i tem cash prices. e are manufacturers agents for the nest Thimble Skein made, being, of best wrought steel, perfectly welded, and cannot break. WAnak the only' biake on running g-ar that is worth hauling. N rite l(r prices. Every Wagon bearing our name is fully w arranted. t?EO. K. NlSSEN ; CO.. Manufacturers. S.i.KM. . C. t or sale at factory prices, freight added, by JOHN L. MARKHAM Durham, N. C. DUFFY'S l'Ulttl MALT tyIlSJ&l This Whiskey should be found on absolutely pure. Entirely free from fusel oil. Do not be deceived. Many druggists an 1 groeerT v ho do not DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY in stock, attempt to pdm r customers, whiskey of their own bottling, which being of an hderM grade and adulterate!, pays them a larger pr- fit, L: ASK?!? ixVJTl 1lJRK MALT WHISKEY AN D TAKE NOoTlIER. SOLD U ALL lIRST-CLASJaJECG(iIMfs AN D GROCERS. PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER HJ 1' 1 EE. Send us your address and we will mail book containing valuable infor mation. Sample Quart Bottle sent to any address in the United State (East of the Rocky Mountains,) securely packed in plain case, Express charges prepaid on receipt of S1.2opor Six Bottles sent for 80 00 - DUFFY MALT WHISKY CO., Bai.timoue, Mi, U. S. A. f9II-iiir .Yront lor IIillKlMr, IS . O., .taw. V. ChiMk. WILLIAM LYNCH, D E N T 1ST, Will visit Chapel Hill the flfst Mond-i 1 in each mouth, and remain two wcr-k. All i-alls l,.ft v. ith Dr. A. (i. IbdjeisCn i or D. McCauley, Esq., will be promptly attended to. He will al.-o visit Hillsboro the third Monday in ea'h month. Oflice next, door to Lynch s jewelry store. C W. S. Sl'URGRfX, Sueees-or to Dr. C. A. Roining-r." Of- y.l,P','-vVr' , 1 " m xh'" number one phy lice n-xt door abo e Hook F.s di n ' "":' 1 ""all be . b.-eu by b.ilb.t to M-rve .-tore. Hillsboro. N. C D. C. I'ARRIS, OlTcri- his profeKslonal servii to th people, ot Hillsboro aud surrounding country. Office at late residence of Dr. T. J. Wilson. S LE OF HOl'SE AND LOT IX CHAPEL HILL AT ACfTIOX. I'i der iiw ers conferr'-d upon mo in n mortgage executed bv .-. M. Barhee and wile. I will offer tor sab- at public ratctlon for cash, on the premises, that hou-e and lot located ofi Franklin strei t in the village of "hapel HiU. n' : occunieo ov S. l. l.aroe a a isi. dence. Sale to occur ..u the lltb dav ot July, ii "i. at 1 1 o lo k, m. Y. T BLACK W ELL Mortgagee. By W. W. Fui.t.i n. Attorney. June Cth l-fj. O T I C E. H.j.vhl qudified as Administrator fonts tiOn cum te&tnmttito om.rxo, ii jxu the -tf't: of J. B. G. Roulb 'c. dece;ts-!. I r.erc-t'V i.otify nil p.-rson. iiiie:teu to said estate lo make immediate payintnt, and all .trioni having claiia-; aaint the estate Euu-t prerent theta within the i hereby notify nil tf.-rson- iude!ted tiiiil- prescrirx! oy law or ttih notice will be plea'.b.d in bar of their recovery, Ibis 30th day of May, 1-viZ. ' j j w A.W.GRAHAM, Admrnbirutor. TIMK Buvers and Bijr Soecnlator s are or Tobacco are HIGH. 4 or I'ours ! or ALL E. J. PARRISIT. 1. iI?ssioi V ASo,"maiUVV "f wagons ; th.. iron is nutde eoe, i Av t.,- the workmen have b.-.d mmv we tnil.. ih i.wt :..,. .....i u red ; our advantages are. -..wiiT tl... PNEUMONIA, CONSCMl'TP , DYSPEPSIA A- V,T. ING DISEASES. PttSit i if hj ulitful n;r-t i ! ttlft'. ilSSf.sfl', in j. .,'. V ttitl'Miri f,.9 in- sub board of everv famiiv QH. .GE COP NT l BOARD (JF HEALTH. Section 5 of the act r-ntifli.t - in Ai-r : R. kiting t the Board if Health" passed ! at the last session of ihe General As ; sembly. says : There shall b an auxil iary hoard ol" health pi -aeh county in , the Mate. The board shall be cir.in : d of the physicians who have cotn , pli-d with the law-; of tin- Stat- in re 'gu:d to Mie ra"eii.e of medicine and "crg'-ry. or have a diploma lioina regu ; 1 ar me.li. al cidb-ge. ihe M ivn" of the cotmry town i haiimanof th Hoard of ouuty (,ouimissoneis and the County i ao e.ir. Him in.- title of Superin fei: ! nt of Health. Hi- duties shall be to gather ital stati-tics, to mak-: nn-.H. a-egal j.st mortem examina ii"ii for coroner iuquesti. to utt-ud p: i-or.-i s in j.ul.-the or ho u fa-. t bis is (b. i e f ore to give notice to all t!i- :ibove-nai:i-d j,.-r-t,.4 eutitb-d t(i ; lu-mbf-r-hip in - ft t Board t- tfi-et aV tb- court !ioue in Hilbl'oi. on Ttifv ; day the 7tb 'lay of July. H-v, tir the pu:p'io ,,! organizing telid P.oir.l and 'atiy'cg omI the prov idoi, , ,,f s dd law. NElOX 1. HALL, lii.i u l .;rd o. ( oinmi!m-rv .--June 0. 1 ' ; , j ' 1 1 ; " A L K Mv bom', on-i.ting of af oot t. ntv ;r.s r 1. -.-. -f! f I. t...., -. - , a V. ' '. , t w o-i oon h nse. , in tb- yard. Jim Com! wed f.f water two inib s oijth from Hidsbor. I'ri'1 e ire!. rate, i .Apply toth- uf.vi.-! s,-,.,.ji nl Durham, i N. .'., or Mann- A. U bit:-!. IlillnWo, N- JAS. A. WIN1TED. ! June !t 1-s.,. OT. I C E tic 1 j Having ;'ird':ft-d r Ei-iitor UjiOU to i tb- est ate of W. D. Retvt-, dttfaM.-U, I tfi- est ate of vv . i. lit h'-rt ly notify ull yer 'lid --t-f e n mkc-imi 'and :ho-- having claii nsoie inth-btetl to imm-Jiate payment, miua ga!nt the e- ; -lat w.-l pre-eul Uu-ffi wittnn tfifc tin. j.-rvr. t .. .1 by law c r this notice- wiP. t b-:.,f'- h- b"tr of tb-ir recovery. '? I J sv of May. 1---V. j HENRY J. THOMPSON, txt-cuton