orange county observer.
II I L LSOIt()UGII,?
For the Orange County Observer.
1 Died in Asheville, North Caro-
C ! Iin t thn rPaidnA rtf TnVr Tl
s v tcrda'y.
Mrs. Giles Mebane baa been visit-
Mr. D T M.f.anf
" i April 25th, 1888, Sabah Louisa Jud Kuffin conlioueg UDWel,
srnsritlPTloN" KATES- i MoOKE, daughter of tbe lion. Alfred , ir . .. . . ..
, V t&, Moore, o. iJruuswick count,, N. C, to go to h
Six months. .VJo ! Judge of the Supreme Coon ot the o&cq for several days.
Three nif .nth, " M
ihht iN ationl Bank of Durham :
Riohmond ?t Innvlll5
PIEDMONT AlR-LtNK ROUTE.
KATES OF ADVERTISING :
Advertisement will be in-erted for;
Mr. Eugene Tocker, a student in
ie office of Dr Rum'toger, of Ileids-
ville, is spending few days with
CHARTERED NOV. 9th, 1SS7.
! CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN . -s
EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1SS7.
)7kH ITiiilnr) SstQtOO Rarn sr f Via 1 .t V t
uciouer, iiu-i, ne wa in ner aora lhe office of Dr H.jmioge of Ueijg1
i yur uaviuii buiyivcu uer lamer 10; ... ,. " t
Trains Finn by To Afrrfdian Time:
fcl.oo ut -ouare (one inch) lor the first ' 1 , ... . .i.:. t C
i i ....k in accordance with hpr pinressed i uur uuuuiar ucuusi, xjv. opurceoD.
arid IIHV ceni.s lurcacn sunst-unem uui-i r - -
lieation. ! ueaire, ane was Drought to .uoore-
Coiitncu for advertising lor any ; nelds, near Uillsboro, Orange coun
ty, N. C. the residence of her
father, and laid to rent in the Jamil?
cemetery on Saturday, April 28th,
A name that was always honorable
aud distinguished, and to which her
lather gave added lustre, as a gallant
Revolutionary Soldier, and an incor
ruptible Judge, is now extinct with
the feinele exception of a grand-
snaee or time mav be made at the ofllo
of the Onsv.UVKU, or 'by correspond -enee.
ZnTUK ()vf'lCK OF THE OK
ANGE COUNTY OHSEKY'tiK
IS ON CHUKTON ST., OVER
HAYES' DRUG STORE
Hillsuouo Post Ofticf.. Office
hoars from 7 1-2 a. m. to 8.15, p. in.,
every day except Sunday, and on j daughter of Judge Moore, the un
Sunday from VI m. to 1 p. m. I married daughter ot his eldest son,
H. L. PARISH, 'Maurice Moore, who held a Colonel's
Post Master. I rank in the war ot 1812. C.
Fort Those Who Think. In the
Tiiblical Recorder (Raleigh) of May
0th, 1888, Prof. W. L. Poleat, of
Wake Forest College, will have an
introductory to a series ot articles,
the subject ot which will be "Re
ligion in Science?' Prof. Pot eat is
known as one ot the most progres
sive scientists of the country. He is
a deep and careful thinker, and in
view of the fact that many articles
of a skeptical nature are being print
ed with a view to establishing a con
flict between the Bible and Science,
Prof. Poteat'a articles should be
read by everybody.
The Southern Baptist Convention
will meet in the First Baptist church
of Richmond, Va., next Friday, May
1 1th. Ninety-three delegates have
been appointed from North Carolina.
AHUUXl TO WW.
Town election, Monday, May 7.
Democratic township meetings,
Saturday, May 5lh.
Republican County Convention,
Saturday, May 5th.
See advertisement of land sale
hy H C. Foster, mortgagee.
The Board of County Commis
sioners w,j meet in regular session
Rev. W. F. Wilhelin, pastor,
will preach in the Presbyterian
church next Sunday at 11 a. rn., and
at 8 p. in.
Met-srs. John K. Hughes, Jr.
and Win. T. Allison carried Win,
Iloleman, colored, to the Insane
Asylum at Goldsbnro lat Saturday,
Mr. H. C. Andrews' Bchool, in
Chaprl Hill township, will close
next Thursday, May iOth. Prof.
Toy will deliver the address. Pub
Minn Deli Scarlett, a very old
lady, was tound dead in bed la.i
Monday morning at her home near
Robert Me( Pauley's mill. She had
b.en in feeble health for many yearn.
The set sation about White and
Cioss has about died out in Raleigh, j
Both men are daily to be feen on!
.'the Ktreets; and home comment -has 8 to Amlv Turner's and extract a
b. en made on thdr appearance it. so j tooth- While at Mr. Turner's he
bold - m anner 1 ' tne oor an expired in a few
We regret to hear of t lt. niinutes. Mr. Tenny has been a
death of liale Jee, inl u.t on ot ! residc.it of Dutham for the past
Rev. J. G. N lson, who wa pastor I thirteen years. He was a druggie
ot the HilUboro Circuit lat year , by prolession, and bad many friends
The hereavtil pruenU haxe m.ny j who wiiI re8rtt to liear of s death
triends in Ornugo who s mpathize ! Deputy Sheriff W. R. Mc
with them. Broom has just returned from tbe
We -return thank - lo Mr. En Hsheries at Edenton. It took him
uere Ham 11, Secretary of the North j nbout ten days to make the trip
Carolina Teaehers As-mblv for a ! trom Orange and return. He bought
complimentary certiticaU of tnem-j a ,,,a'1 01 tis!l anl had em shipped
beridup. The tif h annual ses-ion to Tarboro, and from that place he
will 1... iii.l.l .it tiu.ir AsM'ml.lv Uinl.l-1 traveled through the country. He
h'g at Morehead City, commencing
Itifie Riih and continue to 2lhh.
An exchange con ectly hays that
in all towns where a newspaper it
published every man should advei
liso in it, it mothing moi e than a
card giving his name ami the buni
See advertisement of Smith, Ri
ley & Cos Special Compound for
The conundrum of the day is if
a hen an a half lays an egg and a
half in n day and a half, how many
eggs will tit hens lay in seven days?
It appears easy to us, but there is
not one in ten that will give you the
The Durham Recorder of April
2Gih, says : Mr. A. K. Tenny was
sent tor last night about 8 o'clock to
Mr. Heuty K. Nah and family
returned last Friday night. They! j
spent the winter with their relatives
at Tarbjro and Wilmington. Mr.
Nash is looking well.
We had a pleasant call Monday
from Mr.' A. J. Wootton, editor of
the Clarksville, (Va.) Clij)per. Mr.
W. is a practical printer aud knows
how to get up a good paper.
Our young friend Johnnie Ronch,
eon ot Mr. David Roach, has beeu
sick lor two weeks. Johnnie is Ji
clerk in Parks' store, and is a very
deserving young man. We hope he
will soon recover.
We had the pleasure of meeting
Col. John D. Cameron, of the Ashe
rille Citizen, who, with his daughter,
Miss Mary, spent Saturday and Sun
day with the family of Dr. Cameron.
They were here to attend the buriil
ot Mies Sarah Louisa Moore, whose
remains they had accompanied from
- President. 1 LEO. D. HEARTT, - Cashier.
Vice-President CHAS. A. JORDAN, - Teller.
1 I E C X O It S :
THE SAFEST MEDICINE
To have about the house at all times
is Simmons Liver Regulator. It will
harm no one. It will benefit all
who may have attacks of Biliousness,
Dyspepsia, Headache, Constipation,
or other ailments resulting from a
disordered Liver or Stomach. Keep
it always in ti e house, and you will
have a family physician near who
will save you many dollars and
much suffering. The genuine al
ways has on tbe wrapper tbe red Z
Trade-mark and Signature ot J. II.
Zeilin & Co.
CARR, H. X. SNOW. J. T. MALT.ORY, J. VTVWALKKR. JAMES A.
w. . ui.ihK. K. J. PAKRISH.-T. D. JON Lb,
A. 11. SruKES, C. 8. BRYAN.
-A. General Bankinjj lSuMiinM Trnimciotocl.
ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, BANKERS, CORPORATIONS AND IN
DIVIDUALS RECEIVED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
--CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, 'bearing 4 p-r cent, interest. ImuchI upon
money to remain on deposit with the Fm.3T National Bank 6 or H months.
COLLECTION'S made direct on ail accessible points In the Unit d State), and
remitted tor promptly at lowest rates.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the busine? ot Correspondent.
l tils k a. tv, Deing recently organized. i in condition to d all classes ot
lianking iiuines upon a.s tavorable terms as anv other Bank in the State
BANKING SECURITY. The United States Government reonlrp t.h.-r a full
Statement ot the Liabilities and Asskts of all National Banks shall be made
and sworn to Dy at least three of the Directors every few weeks nnd beside thi-
Lve New York 12 1. a m
Philadelphia 7 20 a a.
Baltimore !) 4.i a m
W:ihintn 11 '24 a m
Charitteville 3 3Ti p m
Lynchburg 5 50 j m
4 so p m
G 57 p m
H 4 2 p td
11 W p m
3 00 a m
5 20 a ci
3 10 p m
5 57 p m
(5 12 p m
S 50 p tn
10 44 1 m
2 30 a ui
1 23 a nt
5 a m
21 a ni
H 05 a in
i 48 a ta
3 3l) f in
5 .V) p m
ti 52 l in
S 1." p m
7 25 p m j
S 10 pm
fl 00 ani
2 37 aul
3 32 am
f7 20 p m t: 3) ant
11 If. pin 10 ldanl
12 37 a m j 11 23 a ni
uanK examiners are sent out at the pleasure of the Government, whose duty it Wt ,,,
is made to thoroughly examine into the condition of the Bank, hence National
Banks .iffoid a larxer measure of proteetiou than an v other Bankiuir system. v ti . 2 i
CHARACTER AND CAPITAL. The character of the Officers. Dir.. tnr IIot Prln
.inil Sioeklioldnrs ot to Kirs.f Vatlniml Tt.niL- 1 th r. l. ;,... i i I
Sfnckhnlflor a HiuUr tlx Votlnnsl II....L- lu.. n,,.cit.l u.Vn .l I l.Ve I OllCOnl
of his Stock. No Bank has more character or credit, or better facilities than tin
WE WANT A SHARE OF Y'OUR BUSINESS. WE SOLICIT YOUR PA
TRONAGE. WE GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION IN
ALL BUSINESS INTRUSTED TO OUR CARE.
Ar. Atlanta ,
12 31 p m
f 3? p nt
7 S5 p nt
1 2 a m 1 12 01 p m
2 25 a ra I 00 p nt
5 2 a m HI p ul
It is very peculiar that wheo yon
try Dr. loggers' Huckleberry Cor
dial you will never suffer yoariselt
to be without it again. It rfiver
fails to relieve all bowel affections
and children teething.
Our citizens cannot begin too
early in cleaning up and putting
their lots in a good sanitary condi-
vion. uo noi put it oil until it is
too late. A great deal ot the sick
ness that occurs in towns in the
summer is caused lrora filth. Lets
not allow this to be said of Hills
ONE CENT A G0ESS.
The proposition of tile Detroit,
Michigan, Journal, heretofore men
tinned in tho Star, to give a prize of
$500.00 to the persou naming the
three hottest days ot the coming
summer, is creating quite an interest
here. As it costs only one cent to
send a guess on a postal card, it is
probable that several hundred peo
ple in Wilmington will try their
uck. Tnere aie few pera ns who
will not risk one cent in a piece ot
guess work that may be worth" $500.
Ah guesses must be sent iu by June
1st. Wilmington star.
An Illinois farmer has an ear
trumpet permanently attached to a
htarted with two hundred paira of
hhad, three thousand herring, and
one hundred aud forty pounds of
rock fih,4 but the demands for fish
wet e' so great that he only brought
a few shad and herring home. On
his retnrn he pat-Bed by the Mann
ness ho is engaged in. It not Only j Arrmgton gold mines in Nashcoun
pays the advertiser but lets people l' where they work 800 hands. Mr.
know that the towu you live iu is a!Icroom 8a'8 DC didn't expect to
prosperous community of business j 8ee anything like that in North Car
men. As the seed is sown the fruit tua
recompenses. Never take down; COUNTY COYYKNTTOV
your sign while you expect to do n1Trmm V r A,.rll lrt
business, for it indicates that your j The TownBhip Democratic Execu
business is poor and your are losing ; five Committees of Orange County
your grip, commercially speaking. ! 3re hereby requested to call a meet
ing ot the Democratic voters m each
HONEST OPINIONS. j
Candor compels us to admit that some
one has long known the ingredients of
B. B. B. But since it has never been
put belore the public and since one of
the present proprietors originated the
prescription and used it for years iu his
practice, it is original.
NOTHING TO EQUAL IT.
Zalaha, Fla., June 27, 1837.
.Y. E. Vcnablc St Co. :
I have been using B. B. B. in my fam
ny as a oiood puniier. nave never
used any medicine to equal it. Re
spectfully, Mrs. R. M. Laws
MAKES AN OLD MAN YOUNG.
P. S. I bought 3 bottles of vour Bo
tunic Blood Balm from ray frieud II. D.
Ballard, at Campobello, S. C. I have
been using it three weeks. It appets
to give me new life and new strength
if there is anything that will make an
lold man young it is B. B. B. I am wil
linr to sell it. 1 can earnest W ant
Lhonestly recommend Botanic Biood-
His Busixkss Hoomino.
Pionably no one thing has caused
such a general revival of trade at
Hades' Drug Store ns Irs giving
away to h;s ciittonierr of o many
tree Trial bottles of Dr. King's New
W AN T E D!
WE WANT TO EXHIBIT TO
OUIt FRIENDS A WELL SE
G 4 t a ttt 4 4? t m
1 2) p m 10 40 p ni
No 51 No 53
7 00 pm S 40 a nl
1 01 a iu 2 34 p m
2 13 a m 3 4! p ui
. 05 a m j 0 25 p m
G (Nl a m
44 a ra
7 57 a in j
S 2S a m
Chapel llillf x S 15 p ra
7 25 p ni
P 02 p in
J 11 p m
f 40 p m
11 40 a m fl2 31 am
12 tW p m f i 44 a u
12 4. p tu t 0. am
1(1 i. n I :L n nt
" t' i i -
4 35 p m 11 45 anr
Danville 10 10 a m
Drakes BrVh 12 41pm
Keysville 1 l0 p m
Richmond 3 45 p m
1 1 2 p m
2 4 l a in
3 03 a m
3 55 a ni
G 15 a ui
Town election tcr Mayor and
Commissioners, Monday, May 7th.
Registration books now open at the
Observer printing office. Call and
register. W. H.. steward, Registrar.
THAT HACKING COUGH can!
be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.
We guarantee it.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint ? Shi-
loh s Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made mis
erable by that terrible cougn. Sbi-
loh s cure s the remedy for you.
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's
Catarrh Remedy. Price 50. cents.
Nasal Injector free.
For lame back, side or chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
SHILOH'S COUGH and Con
sumption Cure is sold by ns on a
guarantee. It cures Consumption.
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Coustipation, Loss ot
Appetite, Dizziness, and all symp
toms ot Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
andBronchitis immediately relieved
by Shiloh's Cure.
For sale by E. S. Merritt, Chapel
Hill, and W. A. Hayes, Hillsboro.
township on Saturday, May 5th,
1SSS, to select delegates to the
County Convention to bo held in
Hillsboro on Saturday, May 12th,
which is called to elect delegates to!
THE BEST PURIFIER MADE.
Damascus, Ga., June 29. 1S37.
I have suffered with catarrh for about
lour years and after Using tour bottles
of Botanic Blood Balm I find my gen-
eral health greatly improved, and if I
could keep out ot the bad weather 1
would be cured. I believe it is the bst
purifier made. Very respectfully,
L. W. Thomson.
the Congressional Convention to be
Discovery f..r Consumption. His held io Raleigh on the 20th ot May,!
trade is simply enormous in this and to the Democratic State Con-1
verv valuable article from the fact ' vention to be held in Raleigh on the - i,
TWELVE YEARS AFFLICTED.
Blu fton. 1st)., Feb. G, 1SS7.
I have tet;n afflicted with Blood
that it always cures and never dis- 30th of May, 1SS8. Each Township i scription from physicians offered me
appoint. Coughs, Cohls, Asthma, i entitled to 10 delegates in the j during that period." Thrombi -the drug-
Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and County Convention,
lung diseases quickly cured. You I A. W. GRAHAM,
can test it belore buying by getting! Chm'n Dem. Er. Committee
a trial bottle free, larno Mze 1. ' .
NEW DIHCOVERY !
MONEY SAVED by uing Smith.
Rdey & Co's Special Compound
tor cle.ming clothes. Satisctioi. guar
anteed or monej- refunded. Sent to
any part ot the United States on receipt
of ten cent.. Manufactured only by
SMITH, 1U LEY & CO.,
Hillsboro, N. C.
O T I C E
(ir O O 1 H .
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
CASH OR BARTER I
We are receiving
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, SHIN
GLES, tic, tc.
And don't forget that we keep the
best GUANOS on the market, and
GRAIN DRILLS at your own
prices and a fine line of BUGGIES
3nd STOVES way down in pricef.
Lynchburg 1 15 p m
Charlotteville 3 40 p in
4 Washington, S 23 p m
Baltimore 11 25 pm
' Philadelphia 3 00 a m
New York G 20 a m
f Daily, except Sunday.
,2 .00 a m
4 10 a m
8 10 a m
10 03 a in
12 35 p nx
3 20 p ni
On Trams 50 and 51. Pullman Buflet
Sleeper between Atlanta ami New
On Trains 52 and 53. Pullman Buftet
Sleeper between Washington a ltd Mont
gomery, Washington anI Augusta.
Pullman Sleeper between Richmond
and Geensboro. Pullman Sleeper be
tween Greensboro and Raleigh. Pull
man Parlor Car between Salisbury and
Through tickets on sale at principal
stations, to. all points. .
ror rates jukI information, apply to
inv ag-tit of the Company. "Or to
S(iL. H A AS, JrS.POlTS.
lralhc Mmuujcr. inv. fti&M. iy r.
W. A. TURK.
IHv. I'i. Agent.
Raleigh. N. C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR,
(7ch. I'iish. Ajt nt.
O T I C E
Having this day been appointed Al
iniiiistrator upon the estate tf Jane
Moore, deceased, I lo hereby givi no
tice to alt persons iudabted to said en
tate to i-ome forward and make prompt
.jayment, and to all -1 . 1 1 liiving
laiiii- against tfie sanv to pn'-nl them
u ih lime prc- rit-d br law or thl4
notice will !e pleaded in bar thereof.
Thi 2tth (lay ot Man h. 1sh.
L J. I. ALLEN.
Every bottle warranted.
FARMERS, "ATrENTION r
Our enterprising tobacco buyers,
Messrs. R. L. Crisp and A. J. Cam
eron, have accepted the agency tor
the "Owl" br3ud tobacco and grain
fertilizer, w'rih headquarters at Ceo
tral a rehouse, where they can
show samples of goods. You can't
do belter than by giving these gen
tleman a call before buying else
where. We take pleasure in rccom
meudiui? them. .
By virtue of a mortgage deed exeeu-t
feu to me by T. M. Roberon and wife, j
I will sell to the liighest bidder for cash j
at the court house door in Hillsboro, '
o.v.i i i.,.r or i tt tlrt 1 ti e cause una
I tract of land whereon "Murphy Morri
IH-.VI- lii-.-. i.U.-.ifii.nr th I.i nils nf .Iihn i CerS,
gist, W. A. Gutelius, I procured one
; bottle ot B. B. B. and since have used
j three bottles, and am satisfied it has
, done me more good than anything 1
ever used. I am almost well! and am
j sure, within two or three weeks I will
j be perfectly well, after twelve years
i suffering intensely. Write or address
i Josktu FfclsT,
Baker and Confectioner.
Well Co., Ind.
A Convention of the Republicans of
Orange Countv is called to meet in
Hillsboro, on Saturday the 5th day of
Mav. next, to elect delegates to tne
State and Congressional Convention to
be held in-Rahigh on the 22nd and
23rd days of May, respectively ; and to
transact other business properly coming
A full turnout is requested.
55 JAMES B. MASON.
Chm'n Rep. Ex. Committee. '
April 14th, lsS.
JAMES WEBB, JR. & BRO.
T I C E
11 persons Indebted to John Ixiwa A
Sou. will please call and settle at once.
AUo. all person Indebted to I-aws.
! Tavlor & Co., will please settle, as we
1 money to ouy tool-. xe , win
Moore and others, containing lU";Pt:l!!l1
OI ...,l f.,ll : v,,... tleeU money IO OUV IOOI-. CKC
cure of BhKd Poisons.' w"lcil-kU Ulm wur 38U1 lut
t i 1 1 ! a i it i - r.f ii hoi: Kir,.l!ln.i. I
.v'i .-. --vvns.i.'- i'ni Mllir I
r; Srt IMi-iit i.rv k'i.l. i..rtt wOIIN
can secure bv i
Uncles Fat Wipe.
Why is the letter P like ancles
tat wife going up hill ? It makes
ant pant (aunt,) and cooling off too
fcoou produces -nnrrh iin.
acres, more mr less, the property ot said , W fuir" T N D
T. M. Koberon. to satisfy siid mortgage lraleU 'f ponders, nllcd with the J.
.1)1,1 ,,, - , V'. V ...... ....... UU. l-ldllllll- PI W ! fl
: and iust. i ...... Kf.ir.. v Kit.. & One II
ihia April 30th, 1- " ! g-nxl land.
LAWS A, SON".
TAYLOR & CO.
JJlil A IE liOAlill.i-r liuc.c. , -it;
You can get good board by the day. i Alio ,nn i-ltinc
rn . V.'l4o. ii'ii.il V -. nnrdriniT ot -I . 1 I
laylor. Che.okee Remedy of Sweet ZUnV kel Pce Pid
,!1U) 3nd ulein will euro ber. 1 HENRY RICHARDS, .R. 1
r A N T
C. M. PARKS.
ui id red and Fifteen Acre of
in two mile of Chapel Hill,
lor sae. u.e land is well lapted to
i cotton and tine tobacco. Is well watered
and has a good orchard upon it. Mr.
H. Q. Strain will take pleasure in show
; ing the lauil to any person desiring" to
j purchase.. Mr. Jos. Webb. Hillsboro, is
j authorized to -sell the land.
i S. J. BLACKWOOD,
i BafSington. Alamance-Co., N. C.
Nelect JLfoti-rtlinf? At ! v
School for A'oitii
XucIIom and Lit
THE MISSES NAMI AND MtS
KOLLOCK wiil resume tnt ecer
cUes ot their school on Friday, Vth
day of January, ls.
Tuition for day s-blara I A). (A) pes
Circulars sent on application.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
HE CELEBRATED SPANISH
JACK "PEDRO." the largest in
this section and formerly own-d ty
Mesr. C-irneron and Iflackwell can
be fo'u nil at my stab'es ue mile north
THOMAS D. TURNER.
A DM I NIS I RATOR'S NOTICE.
Having this day qualified a Admin -i-tr;itor
d Harriet IiWj-, decea--d, thin
is to notify all person owing the e-lat
ti come furwaru and -'-itle. and all per
Mishanig claims agalu-t said e-tato
mi-t preM-nt th'-rn fur collection within
iel.e luontlis trom ih'u dat-. other
wise thi- notice will be pleaded in bar
ot their recovery.
This 13th dv of April, Xafc.
1EDAR (;ROVE ACADEMY.
MALE AND FEMALE.
r&tu sir.j t
T n months' Seion opeim the ftrft
rui-i:iv rn pteiiii. r ol evh year,
f.-iiiis pr tnon'lL EngHh Km !!.
tt f.Jll Ct.si-aJ t i.fli. $M.
Bonrd M ui-. with nr- tA lntri!-
inii!. f'.' ojii. Ten 'T cent, discount on
tiiiti-'n. slu.i.td lhu v:ie atteiitl
Iron; tl.e s-mcv f lurir.
)'.. . PATfON. Prh . iiuS.-"
e-iar irove, ira?ig- Co.. N. C.
5o Rous ?a Jie of Cetic. Por er Lrxe Tw
it, f Koetrt powder r? latse.
FcAitr PoW.fi W.: prft GM : Fowl.
FobU PoVn U! &rre V caaatrry of a.UX
f ;u Pewier wfn rc-r or prect &t HUT
t fcj itw h.jj-v-i ii ( it asirt.
) satis z. roxrrz. proprutor,
"For eale at HilUboro by W.
A. HAYES, Dro-gifl.
TAl.rABM: L.vND FOR Al.E.
. 'I he f arrlugton tract. C m'de
-:.. t it Hlil-.!w.ro. obtaining alut 'If if
.Hii-S ne'l w 'ate red, v.eil timbered and
part in a ii-s.irahle -tate of cuitivaiion.
HWii rtd.tpH-d to tobacco. tt,ni, .Vhtat,
'a!- and gnis. Tenii nM'.
Aptdy ti iiff. I- lf.ugla--s wtn will
take i!ea.-ure in showing a.y jei-sont
thing to buy, oer the premisea ;
A. W. GRAHAM.
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