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ORANGE .JOL'NTY
STATE NEWS.
There is a school for the Indians
OBSERVER. -No matter how bad you hatel
fl""T I I nnu(7i:r rr V r i the candidate, how little you think;
. oi ;mn as a man, e . 0 . .,,
4ifi,i. . : ; -. i 'in bwam county.
-A1LRIMY. Oct. I'V''. j standing it is voor duty to vote lor
TTiTTm a x: , n. . nv hv nuttintr him in , There are twenty-eight county
Proprietor. . j the field has dissented Irom your
WARD'S WOES. ,AN ADMIRABLE PORTRAIT.
Maxey's, Ga., January, 1886. ( Id the Governors office yesterday
I , was piacea an suidhsw-
thai distinguished sou oi iu w,
Vfn VV;ii;r A fJraham. It - is in
A. VII V ill 10 111 V"
For twelve or fourteen years
have been a gieat sofferer trorn a
terrible form of hinnrt no son wbictl
candidates in Guilford.
..... w. . w.ww .-w.. !floil of life size and is in mmara
ran into tbe secondary, and finally U t u OI l,ie xe a Tt :s .u
was nronouBCfid , tertia-v form.! ?arl Brown's bw rtYla -
. - r r
The rain atmears to have betn : M v Wrf nH h14riVcame ! n0e of all the portraits oi v, cr
hnm.,rrh V r. o. 1 icao't do other than vote lor him. S pretty Renerai in me Mate. - j - w.uFuu,
Entered atlhe PosToffice at Hills- ijgmenl, and as an honest ,nau you j
borough
mat ter.l
an(j nors thus far collected by Governor
it nnaiiy the disease commenced eating . - r
1,1 daJ ,,lU.uav . tn krm Tflmfl(i,, ot Gov. Graham. halegh A
I t TT CB J 111 T rAMJl LVU V O - JL. V -
The uarty is as apt 10 oe ngiu as j i uH ?rar says it is a co
! vou are and -a little more, and no j W ilmington when some one does Wnhlv rpnnkiP .ht for truee Observer, Oct. -W- .
! one man or anything short ot a ma i not think he feels, the shnck ot ariiyears -i absolutely refused to let
tics
lfio'j'uti' 7i'iiiiiiM.-t.
F;f Con"rc?H :
JOHN W. GRAHAM,
Of Orange.
For Solic'lor :
JACOB A. Ji LONG,
Of Diii-hain.
For ('hief Justice :
W. N. II. SMITH.
For AocJale Justices :
TIKJMAS S. ASHE,
A. S. MEKBIMON.
For Supcior Court ,Tud'cs :
3rd Dist. ; II. G. CONNOR ; hh
Din.: WALTER CLARK; Hi!.
Dist. : KDWIN T. BOY KIN' ; S.h
Divt. : W. J. MONTGOMERY;
10th Dist. : ALPIIONSO C AVE
RY ; PJib DUi.: JAMES II. MER-MIMON.
AV'.' ir.s TO THE PEOPLE OF
ORANGE.
A Radical in a speech in Nash
county a Jew days ago stated that
.the Democrats wen inconsistent in
their profession when they slid they
wanted to honor the soldiers of the
late war that at tho Convention in
Ral'igh they passed by Cor, Cooke
ami Bunii who had been gallant sol
diers, and took up Major Graham
who had a bomb-proof position in
he quartermaster's department.
What do the membeis of Co.D. and
the other brave soldiers of the 5Cth
Rem men l think of that ? What
say the men vvho stood side by side
with him at Plymouth? in the
trenches around Petersburg and in
the desperate charge on Hare's Hill
on March ."th, 1M).' ?
Election next Tuesday. A
great deal is depending upon the
Democrats 'of Orange.
:..... V. -o n t-i.i,t to tot mi hi& or
'their judgaent against that of the
' parly , expressed in a convention.
I After a fellow is put in the field, it
! is trie duty of every Democrat to
shut lii."s mouth and go to work lor
! the principles of the parly. This
would be a queer world it we ail got
Ijustubatwe wanted. 1 hat is the
I r-eauty, glory and strengih of oui
party. W e ail liave our iikes ana
dislikes ; we go to the convention,
and there we settle down upon sou.e
S man as the choice ut the party, and
(that ends or onsrht to end all grum
jbling and di.isatisfactioii. Every
j Deriijcrat is in honor bound to vote
tl:? full ticket, not to do it, is to act
i the tiaitor, and to convince the
j woj'Id you are not a Democrat from
principle, but from policy.
Tbe Twenty Sixth Annual
Eair of the North Carolina State
Agricultural Society was opened at
Raleigh on Tuesday last by Gov.
Scales. The attendance was lrge,
and the exhibit, particularly of cat
tle, very fine. The State Depart
ment of Agriculture made a remark
ably fiiie and complete display ot
ore, mineralf, woods, gems and tll
kinds ot ciude products.
The County canvass opened
at Cedar Grove Monday. All of
the county candidates, and Messrs.
.Morgan, Mason, Lyon, Angier and
Cheek, candidates for the Letiisla
ture announced tieir willingness to
serve the good people. Gen. W. 11.
Cox was on baud and made a fine
speech. Next to Major Graham,
Gen. Qox was the choice of Orange
for Congress.
tiT!jia, . i
4-The losM-of lilc by tbo'Gnlf
storm is greater than at firt leport
ed ; 1-7 are missing at Sabine Pass ;
Gf; were drowned at 'Bradford, La..
Last Sat nr. lay after Mr. J. A.
Long had announced himself as the
Demociatic nominee for Solicitor of
At Durham, September 21st, 1886,
Mabel Maud, daughter of Brice and
Lizzie Dunn, aged 3 years 9 months
and 24 days. "Death loves a shin
ing maik," and so ott his victims are
the sweetest, purest and best. Little
Mabel was affectionate and defer
ential in her manners, amiable in
'disposition, and intelligent for one
of her age. Bereaved parents, God
but transplanted your "Dud of prom
ise to bloom iu a more congenial
clime."
At Durham, October 15th, 1880,
Brice II310M, infant son of Brice
and Lizzie Dunn, aged two week.
May He who said "Suffer little chil
dren to come unto Me." and who
earthquake.
The Pioueer Mills anJ Phosphate
Factory at RaJeigh, were Burned on
the morning of Oct. 20tfc ; loss about
$35,000 ; insurance 821,400.
Richmond Dispatch : Minister
Jarvis is exacted to leave Rio de
Janeiro, next week, and will spend j
.the Christmas holidays in his dear
Old North State. He will prubablv
remain two :ronths.
Durh im Recorder : The present
management of Trjnitv College un
der the joint control ol the North
Cr Jina Conference and the com
mittee of liberal lay men, Messrs.
Alspaugh, Carr and Gray, ends at
tbe close of the present session.
IThe future of this excellent college
is one ot the gi eat matters that' will
come before the North Carolina
Conference at its next annual ses
sion. We earnestly hope it will be
placed upon a finn foundation, and
equipped lor a still greater ugelul
ness. The endowment of all col
leges is ouo of the great supreme
questions of the iiour.
Danville Register : Senator Vance
opened his canvass in North Caro
lina with a fine speech at AshevilJe.
The Senator always draws a large
crowd and always pleases. Wo re
member on one occasion he was
speaking in the country from the up
stairs door of au old shanty. The
floor broke down the midst of
the Senator's speech and he sudden
ly disappeared below. The crowd
was Uiiich alarmed, but Vance soon
bobbed up seienely and peeping out
of the door, said, "Fellow citizens,
this is nothing unusual, I always
brinjj the house down." The cheer
that went up made the old shanty
shake and Vauce went on with his
speech. lie is always equaUto the
occasion.
n f TT . 4 . - i.rti and killed Gm
people gee me. I used largo quantt- V" u, V Z V. .:s.ir.
ties ot most no-ed blood remedies h ofthepTnies
and applied to nea.Iy a pbys.ciaua J a.
tipar mo hnt m i i.nnnil irn cnnllll- I
pd cVn. a :i id .hat ot -Norih Carolina.-.
I most MJielv die. Mv bones be- Mr. Ilolden i well known here ;
came the seat ol exciuciming aches be; has relatives in Orange. He
and pains; my nighu werepassed bought tobacco in Ilillsboro a tew
in misery r l vras leducsrt in nes. momhg inpp We iearn thai . he
ami strength; mv kidneys were ter-
ribly deranged, and life became a sho1 a,er in self-defence.
hnrnpn ti me. 1 . t
T ..iianfpd tn Kfp An n, tort ispmeni I Durham will have water work.
of B. B. B. and sent oijm dolia-- tin No doubt about that. Large quan
nr
tUtlalling Specific for Liver Diau
YMrTora$i.giss.r,.s
vrhite or covered with n. brown ir- r -7
the bark, fides, or joints i-uva ri VInin
for Uheumiit ism : ur moi.iuM.. V vr-
bnifeh, on Indigestion ; nutuk-ncv and l
eructution.s; Kac1s nltornatcly , T!;4
and but : headache ; 1.
a patnful sensation or ha in, fiu-t 'tt ';
nimetli'.ns which oncht h-.w c i . , n ,.,,rv3
debility; low spirit: ft t:. i.. t
W. C Birchtnoie & Co.. me renin la titles of machinery are herjp. Seven
..Innu ont t ti o . -..ii't-Lwl . . I t V.fl Vt h o n 1 1 lill'M hfeO t 111 ! i V V el .
bottle tor mC. It was Used with and the work is being pushed with
decided benefit, and when erght oA energy Tobacco -Rant.
ten 'hot lie's hi'd beeu nsed Fwas p.o
nounoed soundund well. Mris. Cornelia M. Stewart, wife ot
Hundreds of scars can now be the late millionaifP dry goods mer-
seen on me, looking like a man who chant, A Ti Stewart, died suddenly
had ben burned and then reHiored. tin New York Oct. 20lh.
My vase was well kuo-yn in this
county, ana for ne benetii oi whi's The young Prince Louw Napo
who may be simllaily affected, I jon in New York, and will re
umik it my duty, lo give tbe tacts u ntin lberc, niilU atlef U)e Bartholdi
the public, .and ,to -extend my nearf, 8lalue j8 dedicated.
felt thanks ior so valuable a lemedy.
T VikftA ViACtn .Mrat 11 mnii. lid
" . W i- T AMES B. MASON,
au'i uo reiuio ii me msease nas oc- .1
curred. KUfiEKT WARD. A1TOBN EY-AT-LA V.
Maxey's, Ga., Jauuaiy, 188G.
We. the undesigned, know Mr
. pearance.of tbe Kkin ami -y3
couru; lever: restiessneB": tno i..
ncanty and hiirh colored, and, if alu
tand. diw.i a . v4 luuiit.
SKflMONS LiVLT. BEGHLATOa
(PUnCLV VKETABU)
' I irnrratty mshi ui iu iuxn : . ,,,
the Torpid I.-iv?r to a. !.i;u;;) :;;,,. "
It tcti with oxfraarclirary et:ici:y t. t,4
JIVER,
s trnzu. ;r-c::F.c f;
IIO.nr'.R, l)tl fonu 'n'.r.t.
Kidney .!fM tior. , J.im-.Uire,
Mental Jeprt slon, lot.
Endorsed by the use of 1 Million of Y, .K ti
THE BEST FAttHLY AEDtClii
for Children, for Adtiltn, and kr the A god.
ONLY GENUINE
has our Z Stamp in red on frur.t of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeitin & Co., Philadelphia, ft,
sout rioruncMS. Frier, tl.oo.
An epidemic of diphtheria pre
vails at Lynchburg, Va.
MALARIA.
: Twenty-five hundred dozen bot
ues oi xvijue Conqueror ordered in
one month. It positively eradicates
ail Malaria, Fever and Ague. Bil
ions and Intermittent Fevers in any
climate. Read our Book of one
thousand testimonials.
Due West, S. C, Ma.. 12. '83.
n (1 fl., TV-...- c:.. . H7 ....II
l,, , ..,,1 ..,1 . i i , ti u. u, uiccu. lcai oil. YVU1II
has oathered your lambs In His . . -
.... , .i .i i I . , , ! soon ueed more Amie Uonuueror.
a.ms so that they are sheltered and ; u u ik tlg J d
sale Irom sorrow, pour the oil of iT;vi,WTH.lt. ?,.,. v
foiiso ation mtii vt.ur wonnil , . ' -
tliiM IiHt rit . Cnlv'm K. Parish." Ksn.. I n i. . ' W.hlb UKUb.
introduced to the audience llvu- A. ures lath power to draw y'ou on to
M. Wadd'!!. uh delivered one ot Heaven, whei e torn heartn blend in
CiiAfKi. Hill, N. C
W. T. Ul.Av KM KLL,
I'll?.-id e 1. 1.
TL1K
. N. C .
A. V
A.
Robert Ward, and lake pleasure in Courts.
saying that the facts above stated
by him are tine, and that his u as
one of the worm cases of Blood
Poison "we eve"? .knew in our county,
and that he ha.' been cued bv the
use of B. B.. B r4-Botanic Blood
Balm. -.
A. T. -Brioutwll, Merchant.
W, C. BlltCJlMOit-& Co ,
Merchants,' ; . .
J. II. jBlilGUTVVKLLj M. D.
JouVT. Hajjt.
W. B. CAMPJiKLL.
Practices in the State and Federal f
In i:ii
w
OKA ii M,
i :
A'lTORXKY-A'l'-LAW,
IIiLLSBono. N. ('.
Practices in Count -of (bn Dur
ham. Person, lirauviilr ifd .1 ji-U.
I
EVERY r..ni.iti 10 lORRESPOMJEM.
J" D. WKBSTEH,
DENTIST,
IIILLS3GRO, N. C.
Office in tbe lar;e roon.of tbe itrrrv
building loriiH-rly occupied by lr. P.
A. Robertson All kinds ot dinl:il
work prom';.'. iy attendrtd to
moderate.
All who desire fu!i information
about the cause and cure of Blood
Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous
Swellings, Ulcere, Sores, Rheuma
tism, Kidney Complaints, Catanh,
etc.. can secure bv mail. free, a conv
rf" nr .W.i'.ono 11 1 nui rot iA Zh .ITR- V" M . LYNCH,
T . 1 Un 1 ' . I -1'
onuerb, nneo wiin me most, won
deiful and sta lling proof ever be
fore known. Address,
BLOOD BALM CO., J CHAPEL HILL, N. C,
. :" - Atlanta, Ga.
Cbnrp's
Remitting Promptly n D.iy
Payment bo- ( :1! . tio:s.
TO DEPOS1TOPS,
Iiliail Tinif lor Tituo
DEMTST,
i''
OfTers Ids protes-loHal servirs to rhe
Ever v.- Convenience to Di
for Current Account K
ntol t i he
c
. iIS.B. Bv tor sale in Hillsboro people of Onni and surioundinj: conn-; jy Ftciii'v O'-rrd bv 1 r
by W.' A." Hayes, Druggist. try. All operations prfonu-d In ih - .. -- .
4 &t. -. latest ami best tyle. and none but tb !
: 7?- best material wsell. " Cis llsbs Anywhciv.
Y)R' Dm c PAKHIS,
the finest ,peeehs ever heard he.e.!an '""ty bliss.
r,M , , , . ' "Somewhere von know, on the unseen
l ne upe iuer mane a gouu impitt
aiun upon his hearers.
noie.
An Em r.ta'Uisist;, Ri:i.ihli:
,t ssssiQi
HOLS r..
All druggists can always be re- :
Fairfield, Mo., Aug. 29, '8G.
G. G. Green, Dear Sir : Your
; Ague Conqueror knocks the Chills
and Dumb Ague every time. I war-
J Your little ones wutcli and beckon for ! raul e-ver.v l,oll,e am1 11 never fails
; 1 have oared cases where quinine
M. i had no effect whatever.
mazmrasrisjn lours trulv.
The iVfwice E inner, of W.'ll. SHAW & CO.
Villi.
..Ill VI I II U If I J l J , n IT' ; tit' . y-, , , , n
. , . I . . l ll nicioil, i', V,. Ms lll.lt I tiu U
lied upon, not only to carry in stock , ' J i,,,,. -T..
THE
RICHMOND, VA.
GRE1T F.)lllV WEEKLY.
the best ot everythin-j, but to ecire ! olu fcoullieru cctton milis in
the A'jeney lor siu h articles as have , operation against 101 six years agc.j
well-known meiit. and are popular ; Production has increased from $10,-1
with the people, thereby sustaining s'.s to 70 150. !
ihe repnt ition ot being always en- t '
terpiisii-g, mid ever reliable. Having (jimjj i HKALED. Et'jhL. Lunjc Pages. &i Columns, only
(eeiiM-d Hie Aoency br 'he cele . , , ' . ' . J ,,U(- Dollar jtcr" Year.-
1'iated I)r. Ivniu h ..New JJieovery - - , , t
tor CotV.onpuon, will sell il on a ( ' : ;. ' , ,
I nifiln ......I . I . ll . . .-. .. . - .......... ..
T . II 1 1 .1 . I il II I .1- I H i II ' 11 I I M V' t' I 11 III II III fill . .
covers evtry
The Wkkkly I)isrATt;n is filled with
1 . . k .11 r . ii
' . ' ."Gainful !l.-.d ,l:vH.m.in,r 4,,n i. . , ... 1 M'U " M OIU 1111 fails OI UlCWOlUl
i osttiw guaianU'c. It will hurely i ; . , . . .? . M,r " , , Our telegraphic service
. ..re ,nv and every atlection ot ' hVr lac.w battled the skill of the eountry."
Throat, Lung", and Chest, and
stiow our eontidenre, we invite you . .. ,
ii i . 'v i , 'tin ilwease entirely,
lo eall and L'vl a 1 1 tat bute i ree. 3
lih x:pi'ii 1 ii'U'n l..r Surill u 1 ll .n.... z ,. . l .1 ,vt!:
. f". tvv - in n ujn- .in piwi fiiiuii! i iiinjiif aim ituiiii-
c'TK', and less itian one bottle cureil ' ' u "v'mei.is at nome. or uuioad are
t.ii!i.Millv ehronieied. . -
J. Iv. Buiicii.
Athens, Ga , June 1G, 1SSG.
All new discoveries i.y science and
tlieir anpheation io arH.'Ul-mat a'ud me-
! cbanioal arts, Jind a tiUn-e iu its col-
DiNi.u. Notiok Hav ir.g per
i i i o 1 1 ! v 1 1 1. I -.t tii.ru I u ii.
io the iK-o.,-e ol ltillsboro and stir- ' ERO.M A GRATEFUL HEART. ! Hie tanner has . dept. itnent full ot
::..- ......... .i.... -T ... i !.-.. :.. .i. . ior , r ... ii..i..v iu.,1, ,
iwuiiiimi couiiuv iijul l can ie xany in wciouer, uj-i, i wasskeot ia:"'uied
and tne laiiies an
it. t-'oltiAii VMrnror
, , . . l l - i . fc l .l.'jjiou r- i in t in.
louud every day in my olbce next ; taken with mUammatory rheumatism i phases arid ot all new houehoM novel
loor to Dr. Hooker's Dnsg Store, ' so that I - wasconfined to my bed, ,
and that 1 am prepared lo do all and could not even move the tois : . h i U wylconie vikor to evi'iy meni
kinds of dental work in it.e very on one ot my feet. I could not bear
host style possible. Veiy i-siect- to have my clothes changed or to be
Practising Puy4i;i an,
Iin LSBORO, N. C.
lifOffi in butlding north of court
house, next door west ot ost office, up
W. T. Sutton,
of Bertie Co:,
t N. C.
W. V. S-f Ii t !.V ?k,
ot
II:
N.
s-tair?
Jno. W. Graiiam. Thos. Ruffin.
QRAHAM & ..RUFF IN,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
IIILLSUOlfO. N. C-
Practices in the Counties of Ala
mance. Caswe.l. Durham, Guiliord.
Rockingham. Person and Orange.
Ii A. XI 13 W A. .1 K !
H A R D "W A R E ! ! !
. -
Before buying HARDWARE, GUNS, PISTOLS, PAINT:
VARNISH, SASH, DOOIIS, BLINDS, MECHANICS
H1LLSBORO MARKET.
Corccied Week'v.
Roes Wax, 20
Botu", 20 to io
Cbickens, 8 To lo
CotTee, P2 12 to 15
Coru, 5d
Seed Cotton, 2 12
Ergs. 12 1 J
Flour, per barrel, S-1.00 to S.ttyj
Lard, 0 to U
Lime, rock, $1.00 to $1 G;
Meal, -10 to Of.
.Mot
Oals, 5.1 t,, Go
Sail, " S to SLC;
Sugar, G 1-1 to 9
Svmiji. 25 to o0
WheaL ." to &
ti"r ot l lie family.
hvery num.ter contains an interesting
-I'll 1'lll'inil .mi! Iii rr.11,1.1. ,1
loil, .1. S.-M't'UiiKON, 1). 1). S. : haudicd in anywise. With all the i kt -n u- of leadin-ui-of our own and
.reini'diiw Silminil urn,! T timwl .. , Oi tilta'l" COUIU1 "e .
" . - .-.. . llvillJ lll; 1
relief A friend, seeing the adrer- A. w,vK,l-v. 'Vy1'. A tIie pnncipal fi
..f c : 'mark Not the L nited States is an im-j
u. . a, a ofum:uc! Lrtant teat lire,
cure, secured some for me. This ; Ih h.rr. we aim t make the Wkekly
was in February. 1S5, and a!ur I 1 M-r. n n attractive in all its de
taking six small bottles I noticed a! f itment-, that ir leaders will not wil-
the feeling ot the limb. I " - .l V:. AU'1 f.v;ul ame a: ;,M
-nui-.iMu u vi.unatid old. mat no iam
lll ted ftl- , iU can nrtVm! t i ;i r t
, .... m ii i;uj i ...
most without
Alter a dozen
I could walk on crutches. I am
QKDAR GROVE ACADEMY,
MALE AND FEMALE.
Sessions open the Second Monday in
.Fiiminrv iliil -Ttilrr rf nuuli i-oo-
per Sioir of live mmitlis : Englfi, FARMINGOOLS. TIN WARE, WOODEN WARE,
Louise, f rj.iHj to fi.-uxj.
Classical Course. $25.
jiuMc wini w oi in.rrument, f u.w. CaU amJ see us iV)d exam'me our GOODS and PllK ES.
xjoaru per uioiiui, o.ou.
Ad.lress B. (.'. PA'ITOX, Principal,
Cctlar Grove, Orange, Co., N. C.
OIIAISCiE OJF ELEC
TION PRECINCTS.
The election precinct at D. H.
Holmes's, in Hillaboro township, is
changed to Cheek' Crossing ; also
fiom JacksonV'Shop, in Little River TIio Celelii-iiied ji l yiTi
township, to the Free School House.
By order of the Board of Com-'
roissioners ot Orange County :
JOHN LAWS, Clerk.
Oil
'DK')L
c.
Ac.
STOVEH and PLOWS n Spei-taKy.
SUTTON & STRUDWK TC.
HiLi-iono, N
W A Mt '
OTIC K
change m
Gf.o. E. Nissen,!
W. M. NlSSF.N,
S. J. Nissks.
t
and couhl not turn over
asMMance or pain. tvui au,i):i.ia i given to .Nouxii ! the u.wn of HilKboro on Monday the
bottles had been used,, akoi.in a new., our coin "f wnes- Mh day of Nov. next, (being Monday ot
fiiiiuiic'iiiiii iiri riirm.riii fr pvpn - . i v .... ; ... I -
now ' V . ;. "vtr ,i" .oiiri, iour vaiuaoie iols oi .anu suurv
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court made in the case of George A.
Faucette, assignee, airain-t Ike R.Mray-
tioril Adil rtir. Ililhluiivi Hill Ul inn- -jrnl
; Ixan AH)ciation at Spring Term, InsC. CT? O TT "NT TQQTT
I will sell at the court hoim- door in J v - -LU. 1( lUUU
('(
rPHK REASONS VK CA
JL We keep a verv lare
nu-.i .:o. .. " ... .i
AN AND DO ?! K.
tOCk ot se.i"!..- : 'o.i
. . . . i Ih'.ll' lit llltlTl'.f t.i...nM !. li- lu i..r- F.l,-..lr- -i .. . r t I A W 1 1 m lila .. . . . I ll,. hiul i. . ; . . -
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to do thP coall Z Lr l l U1 ?'U a;i,M1 ,Iuutkl! lhe i'-K1 ' " on the north side ot Trvon street, V the best works in .I'enH.ylvanu . lb-
odo tbe cooking tor a family of year I be large add it ions to our sub. anU knowu in lbe ri4n of sui'd town as ! T ; then it being a sealed f.i.t thai th,
lour, and nearly ail, the housework. -nptlon lt-t already ueeived give a- I itU Xos. Ci ST. 141 arid 142. Cm one of I cheajer than any one else, qualitv fniivV- ; .
MRS. FANNIE E. Jamks. -!:r.m. e that it will he more .than j ud lotis a comfortable dwelling. gar. dumber ouix-Ue. buying iron, puii.t. v-m...j.
Hephzebiah, Hichmond Co. Ga i:"ublt f aZMu. thu yar. den. Ac, now occupied bv Jenny Kirk-1 tomi-asli prices,
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running gear that is worth hauling.
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