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WE .WANT IT.
vn I DAY, --
At a meeting of the Cleveland
and Fowle Club held at the court
We want everv rnt Ana no k.
!jly. Our large fertilizer bill. ..T" .n,Sb? r.. M. W.
11, l.OO. . .1, rr. . . . icoiucill III
illC IU UC yrtill IUCIJ,
tn ue pam in iiuvniin:, jj.i
.. . .. u -J'nj
Ihose of our place of Mr. James Wohh .Tr hr.
customers that owe us for guanos ilouud it impossible to acept the
must come forward and arrange at ce- McCoIIum'a promotion
once. Mortcases Dast due will all ?U8fcd.a vacacy in the office of 1st
be put out July 1st if not paid by
Y e have small and large open ; fet-ruuw'ck, 3d Vice President, was
accounts due and past due. j made 2nd 'ce President, and Mr.
Ii,,a IrH for advertising lor any! need the money, and hope ail will ! p;;:;"0;. WS8 V?
.,,. i... T.t .K.iK.-r.- . . . L , JU 1 resident. Messrs. C. K. Parish. 8.
, ... , .......... come rignt iu aim ueip us now, ana? M GaLtU md Tlr w c c,... j t
, o,.- uiisKKVKK, or by .correspond ; . . - ,.r, .Ji. uauw ana Ur. W . S. Jstrud w ck
' it at in n 1 1 w r v n n ai I n Ad ii
uuv nuu VJ wii uuwucu personally
that it must come.
KATK-OK ADVERTISING :
,iv". -?i-ement s will be inserted for
j i (one inch) Icr the first
.',' fi'.iy cents for each f-ubseoiieut pub-
j Vice President, and Major D. H.
! Hamilton, ' 2d Vice .President, wa
(made 1st Vice President: W. AV.
C. M. PARKS.
fyrTIIW OFFICK OF THE OR-!
v(iK COUNTY OBSERVER
is OX CHURTON ST., OVER; Hillsboro, N. C, June 21, 1888.
1 1 A V ES' D I 1 U G STO 1 1 E. ,
..rr-m . 1 The Man Wno Stops His Pa-
Hii.i.-rouo Post Oftick Office per. -The Allowing is from the Rock
!,o!.n from 7 l-2 a. m. to 8.1.0, p. iu., Hill Herald, and comes as near con-,--rv
day except Sunday, and on dentingithe matter into a nutshell
. lit . i
urt'Kiy irorn i- in. m i p. m.
II. L. PARISH,
1 rri:si. (. a xi !tkms .v axd
. a could be well done
Alter you gel mad and stop your
paper just poke your finger in water,
pull it out and look for the hole.
Then you will know how sadly you
are missed. A man who thinks a
paper cannot survive without-his
support ought to go off and stay
awhile. When Iip comes back half
is friends will not know that he
'was gone, and the other half will
no care a cent, while the world at
; Miss Emmie Whitted, of Dur-
im, 18 VlMUllg r. .!. iiuuiiii.
N We h id a good rain Tuesday.
Our friends north of here had a
.pU-ndid M'aon.' j
The County Farmer's Alliance ; large kept no account of his raove-
mei in Hil!hbc)ro laU Friday. It was J ments. You will find things that
you cannot endorse in every paper.
..o.i ir.,,,a I Even the Bible is rather plain, and
(mi man namel llaynos1,. , , ,. , T. '
h i i c. . : ; i hue some hard licks. It you were 10
I'ed by falling in a well j , , . ........
;it Duiham lat.1 week. .p . . J ...
hundreds of presses would still go
See notit e of Margaret I. Sharp, on printing it, aud when you stop
A'iuiiiiihtrauix upon i!;e estate cfj your paper and rail the editor namer,
;-irge Sharp, deceased. j ihc paper will be published and
Mifri Mary Wilson, daughter of i whal ) moreyou'll read it on the
l')r Thomas J. Wilson, of Chapel
Jli I, ih visiting Miss Maggie Urowb
I'M e V alteniletl.
I'i:.:t wan kil'ed by
were elected members of the E
tive Committee. Messrs Allan J.
Cameron and Joseph A. Harris were
appointed a committee to invite Mr.
Henry K. Nash to address the Clab
next Tuesday evening.
From the latest catalogue of
Bingham School we note that at the
last session of that popular school
there were 219 pupils in attendance
representing 14 States of the Union,
while two are sons of array officers,
aud two are from England. A cir
cular giving the impression made by
the school on Lieut. Batehelor and
Capt. Wygant, both detailed from
U. S. Army as Tactical Officers, is
well worth the attention of parents.
We note that the Superintendent
has abandoned attending the State
rair even, as being more burtfui
than helpful. Artillery Dril is
added to the Military Instruction, a
feature possessed by no other pre
paratory school iu the South. We
are glad to see a North Carolina en
terprise so progressive and so suc
CJIA R TERED
J. S. CARR,
C. S. BRYAN.
NOV. toh, 1887.
O IT IT X C
It - i
0. D. HEARTT,
OH AS. A. JORDAN,
D I R E C T O It S i
S. CARR. II. X. SNOW. J. T. MAI. LORY. J. W. WALKER. JAMES A.
BRYAN, W. V. FL'ELKR. K. J. 1WRRISII. T. D. JONEs.
A. 11. STOKES. C. S. BRYAN.
A Gnral XSnnlcitiur IIiihIiiosh TraiiNaoted.
ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, BANKERS, CORPORATIONS A No IN
DIVIDUALS RECEIVED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
W A NTE D!
WE WANT TO EXHIBIT TO
OUR FRIENDS A WELL SIv
HPltING nml SUMMKU
Ci O O I H
Rev. Ceo. W. Sanderltn, Demo
tr itic; candidate fo
uili ypeak heie on
An eclii)se of the moon will oc
rtir fiii the 'xu of Julv. and will
i- State Auditor, j)(J rnore interesting than the one of
Tuesday of eotuti I-,,,,-,.,, mm" HiAmPtnr nf iIip
wf-eii. Angiiht t h. I earth' jadow will bo much larger
Henry Day, colored, died at at that lime in proportion to the
l.i- home near the depot VVednes- j diameter of the moon, darkening the
'1 iy mor ning after being hick only a .surface more totally. It Will take
k w days with pleurisy. j place at midnight when the moon isj
Ti,e pienic of the First Baptist, higher in the heavens, and tt Will be
Sunday Soho.d of Durham on t he i visible in this section.
( h coheechee Mountains la-a Thurs j
day wa a p'easant affair. ; For cleansing and healing fowl
We have le en repieted to j and indolent Ulcers, Sores and Ab
'jive niie. ihat Ui'v. W. T. Walker, sceses and removing the bad odors
the Prohibition tu minte f"r (iover, arising therefrom, and tor sloughing,
n r, v ill spertk at Hillsbor.i at noon i contused and larcerated wounds,
S i.u day, July 1 lili. j Darbys Prtphylaolic Fluid is un
The Fa-mers' Stae Alliance f equalled.
vs ill meet in Raleigh on the Mil,'; "l have used Darbys 1 ropbylactio
dav ..f Au-'u.i, and the Intet-Staie i "' ' hospital and private prac
V. r i.ers' As-oeiat.oti will meet i,,! tice for ten yeais and know of uoth
tiKame eiiv Au.."ii I'lst. 1 "!! l'l'r ,or dousing, contused
,,,, x- ".i . t 1 and lacerated wounds, foul and indo-
I he .N-.rfh t :irliii.i I res Aw-, , . .
j , . ! lent ulcers, and as a disinfectant.
VhMltloM I'lecJS at .loi ! I'l l.ltVI t TT 1 i- Xf t M M !
u'.... i... w.i. '-J- F. Hklstis, Prof. Mobile Medi
Editor Bulkhead, of the Durham
Tohiicro Piiiiit', vill deliver the an- j
iiual 'address. j
Tii" Durham District Con o
etna; of the Methodist Epi-(iopl I
Clinreli, S.iiuh, vvill meet at Bethel
ih iicli, on the Leasbmg Circuit, on
Vcdiie-day. July lSih. The dele-1
gates fio-n the Hill.boro Circuit are : !
.Messrs. Simeon Bowling, II. L. M: i
Dade, Joseph A. Harris and Y. II. ;
A mateh game of bao ball was
played at Saxapahaw on tho 4th d
duly. The ;ame was a very inter
tiiig one, ami it was witnessed by
a large crowd. The score was :
Saxapahaw 25. Burlington l'. Rev.
W. T. Walker, the Prohibition can ! s ,
ihdi c for Coveinor, was preset t ujj,
and made a speech.' Sy7up,
Flour, per barrel.
Round tri- .tickets to the En- Wheat
unent of tne State Guard, at ummmmmmmm
O 1 o
8 to 2.0
17 1-2 to 22
$1.00 to $1.50
70 to 75
25 to 60
S5 to 81.50
G to 9
25 to 50
80 to 00
W. D. Hoyt & Co.. Wholesale
and Retail Druggists of Rome Ga.,
say : We have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery, Electric
Bitters-'ami Bucklen's Arnica Salve
tor two years. Have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
have been some wonderful cures ef
fected by these medicines in this
city. Several cases of pronounced
Consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a lew bottles of Dr.
Kings New Discovery, taken in
connection with JUectric iiitters.
We guarantee then always. Sold
by W. A. Hayes, Druggist.
CERTIFICATES OK DEPOSIT, bearing 4 per cent. introt. ivued upon
money to remain on deposibwith the Fiit3T National Bank G or 12 months.
COLLECTIONS made direct on all accessible jxint- in the Unitt d State., and
remitted for promptly at lowest rates.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the business of Correspondents.
1'IIIS RANK, being recently organized, is in condition to do all classes of xT THE LOWEST POSSIBLK
Hanking justness upon as tavorable terms as anv other Bank in the State.
BAN MA tr SECURITY . The United States Government requires that a full
Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of all National Banks shall be ma.b-
ami sworn to by at least three of the Directors everv few weeks, and beside thi
oaiiK jcxamuiers are sent out ac tne pleasure 01 the Government, whose duty it
it made to thoroughly examine into the condition of the Bank, hence National
ljanks attoni a Inrger measure of protection than anv cther Bankin"- system.
CHARACl'ER AND CAPITAL. The character of the Officers. Director.
and Stockholders ot the First National Bank is the verv highest, and each
niocKDOKier is. waner tne Aational Bank law. responsible for double the amount
01 his Mock. Ao Bank has more character or credit, or better facilities than tin
CASH OR BARTER !
We are receiving
uh. A A T A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS. WE SOLICIT YOUR PA
TRONAGE. WE GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION IN
ALL BUSINESS INTRUSTED TO OUR' CARE.
From the Chicago Musical
J. L. Stone, of Raleigh, N.
the subject ot a laudatory notice in
the Raleigh JYews and Observer ot
Saturday, June 23d. The energy,
enterprise and honorable methods
of this vell knowu dealer are meet
ing with an abundant teward. The
sales of his agents in North Carolina
are1' rapid and large, and the ship
ping department presents a brisk
appearance. A few more such men
as Mr. StoDe would make Raleigh
famous. He is State Agent tor the
celebrated Emersou Piano.
A SEHIES OF Q HAND DEMONSTRA
TIONS TO BE HELD AT VA
Rooms State Democratic )
Executive Committee, f
Raleigh, N. C, June, 1888.
There will be grand torchlight
Cleveland Fowle Club processions
at the following places at each of
which will be present the candidates
on the State ticket, the Presidential
Electors, our United States Sena
tors and Congressmen and other dis
tinguished North Carolinians :
Fayetteville, Monday, July 16th.
Raleigh, Wednesday, July 18th.
Greensboro, Friday, July 20th.
Charlotte, Monday, July 23d.
Asheville, Wednesday, July 25th.
The railroads of the State have
been asked for reduced rates for
persons attending these ratification
meetings, and so soon as the rates
have been agreed upon they will be
The chairman of the, executive
committee of the couuty iu which
these torchlight processions are to
be had will take immediate charge
and direction ot the necessary prepa
Democratic State papers please
Riehmotid .V Uimvill
PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN
EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1887.
Trains Run by Meridian Time.
From what we can learn, we
fear that the Presbvterian Church
at Hillsboro will have to part with
1'astor VVilhelmJ. He gave . notice
from his pulpit last Sunday that he
would preach again next Sunday.
He said that Orange Presbytery-
would meet soon to make some ar
rangements for the future ot the
church. Mr. Wilhelra is one of the
ablest diviues in the State, and we
kuow mat an gooa people 01 every
denomination will regret very much
to see him leave.
W rights ville, will be sold JTiTy 14th; jFW
to L'Utli inclusive, by the Kiehtnonu1
t Danville Railroad, via Goldsboio, 1 "T 0 T
Wilmington and the new Seacoast ;
railroad, at the following low rates,! n.lmg ,his (lllv D.,M1 appointed Ad
giiod to return until and including ' ; mimstratrix upon the estate of George
.liilv ;ilt : From Mebane, S5 40 : 1 Sharp, decea d. 1 do hereby give no-
uulebtecl to saui es-
A WEAK BACK..
Not one man in five can boast of a
strong back. There are manv iudiscre
lions producing this comphiinr, and it
inav be relieved bv B. B. B., as witness
the followiuir :
Ilidshoro, $5.25 ; Chapel Hill, S5 25 ; ! tioe to all pei-MMis it
D . r. un, 65110. Tickets will be t:it0 10 ;olu 'u
, r ' , , ,, paviner.t. and to s
80 d f oin other points alou
route at cot tcsponding rates.
Mr. X. II. Frohlihvtein. of Mo
bile, Ala, writes: 1 take gnat pleas
nre in recommending Dr King's
Now Discovery jor Consumption,
-hiving used it for a severe attack of
Bionchitis and Catarrh. It gave me
instant relief aid entirely cured tne
and I have not been atilieti-d since
1 also beg to state that I had tried
.other remedies with no good result.
Baltimore, May 23, 1SS7.
For live years I have been suflering
with a weak back from result of an iu-
iurv received, attended by rheumatism
I bad to give up niy regular busines
aud take the ooition ot niirht wateh-
1 ami make pron p: j m;lll j havt. u., iv,.a Ln eat relief am
benefit by using "Botanic Blood Balm."
and have icgained my strength sutti
ciently to reume niv regular work
think Botanic Blood Balm has given
me perm.Mient relief. 1 am now abb:
to perform work that I 'have not hat
strength to do f.r live rears, and cneer
1 lully indorse B. B. B . lii h has proven
ill peisons having
claims against the same to present them
in the time prescribed by law or this
notice will be pleaded in bar thereof.
Thi 1 1 tli day ot July, lS.
MARGARET I. SHARP.
ALL OF A VALUABLE TOWN
i Bv. order ot the Board of Commis
d offers of the Town of Hillsboro. the
Conimittte on I'ubl'c Property, cou
.sistin of Messrs. I. C. Pai k.-.' James
Webb. Jr.. and P.
tt be the only medicine that would
ge me relief.
1114 Streeper St., Baltimore, M1
Lye New York 12 15 a m
4 Philadelphia 7 20 a n
Baltimore D 43 a in
" Washington 11 24 a m
" Ch.Mlotteville 33 p m
4 10 p 11:
G 57 p Hi
1 42 p iu
11 00 p m
3 00 a in
0 p m I a 20 a n
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, SHIN
GLES, ifcc, ttc.
3 10 pm
5 37 p tu
0 12 p in
S 30 p in
10 44 p m
2 30 a in
4 23 a n.
5 05 a id
zl a m
8 05 a n
0 48 a Hi
And don't forget that we keep tho
best GUANOS on tho market, and
A letter from a friend at Blount
Springs, Ala., says that A. W. Gra
ham, Murdoch C. Curne, Charles J.
PogueJohn Webb and Buck Ruf-
fin, all Hillsboro people, spent Sun
day, July 8th, in that place at the
Blount Springs Hotel.
' ' . 11 Ul'( " I . Itll't I . 'v
li.ive also used hiectnc Litters and f..r cah to the hi-lu st bidder at tin
Dr. Knur's New Life Pills, both of ! Court House door in Hill.-boro, ' on
uhich I can recommend. Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption,!
Coughs and Colds, is sold on a posi
tive guarantee. Trial bottles free
at W. A. Hayes1 Drugstore.
it GIVES SATISFACTION.
Orlaxoo, Fla., June lt. 1S7.
We have been selling Botanic Blood
Mebane. will sell j Balm ever since it first came before the
! . 1 i 11 l . . 1
puouc. e sen -more 01 11 man any
other blond urifier in the market, and
Monday. August Ctli, 1SS. the property , ;t give- perfect satisfaction.
belongitig to the town of Hillsboro and j J. H. Mf.;;s fc Co..
known :U the biick school house lot Retail Miid Wholesale Dealers in Bo-we.-t
ot re?i ence'ol Mr. Paul C. Cam- tanic Blood Balm.
irmi iiiid !idiiitiiin' bis lands, contain-! - j -
- ' i
one acre, more or less. ;
JOSEPH A. HARRIS. j
THAT HACKING COUGH can
be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.
V e guarantee it.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint 'i Shi
loh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made mis
erable by that terrible cough. Shi
loh's cure is the remedy for you.
CATARRH CURED, health and
sweet breath secured, bv Shiloh's
Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents
Nasal Injector free.
For lame back, side or chest, nse
Shiloh's Porous Piaster. Price 25
SHILOH'S COUGH and Con
sumption Cure is sold by us on a
guarantee. It cores Consumption
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, Loss o
Appetite, JJi7.Ziness, ana an syrop
loms ot Dyspepsia. Price 10 ant:
75 cents per bottle.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH
and Bronchitis immediately relieved
by Shilch's Cure.
"For sale by E. S. Merrill, Chapel
Hill, and W.-A. Haven, Hillsboro.
Goldsloro 3 30 p m
Raleigh 5 50 p m
Durham J 52 p m
Chapel IHIIf 8 15 p m
J.) p m
8 10 pin
fl 00 am
2 37 am
3 32 am
f7 20 pm I G 30 am
lpgh Point 11 16 p in 10 10 a m
o.uieuury a ot a m j 11 a m
GRAIN DRILLS at your own
prices and a tine line of BUGGIES
and STOVES way down in prices.
JAMES WEBB, JR. & BRO.
12 .n p m
5 38 p i
7 35 p
H a m
2 23 a m
5 2k a m
0 43 a m
1 20 p m
" Chapel Hillf
7 00 p m
1 01 a m
2 13 a m
5 05 a m
12 Ul p m
1 00 p u,
3 34 p ii
4 48 D m
10 40 p id
8 40 a u
2 34 p
3 40 p m
QEDAR GROVE ACADEMY,
MALE AND FEMALE.
Ten months' Session opens the first
Tuesday in' September of each yean
Terms per montlu English Branches,
$2.50 to 3.00. rlasie:d Course, xj.00.
Board Miisie, with use of Instru
ment. $3.00. Ten per cent, discount 011
tuition, should more than one attend
from the same fimilv.J
B. C. PA'ITON. Principal.
Cedar Grove. Orange Co., N. (;.
aLuable Land for sale.
i 00 a m
G 44 a m
7 57 a in
8 28 .1 m
4 2 p rxi
5 02 p hj
0 1 1 p m
9 40 p rr.
Ml 40 a m j fl2 34 am
12 (Ki p m ! f2 44 a n.
12 15 p m I 4 05 am
8 15 p m I
2 10 p in J f; 35 a n.
4 3u nin l 11 4 am
The Duncan Carrington tnxrt.U mile
ea-t of Hillsbfiro. crmtaiuing about 2M)
acres, well watered, well timb'-red and
part in a desirable state ot . uitivation.
Well adapted to tobacco, corn, wheat.
oats and gras. Ierms e:ey.
Apply to (ittt. L. Douglas- who will
take pleasure in showimr anv i,ersiii.
wi-hing to buy. over the premise1 ;
;ept. 1. 1SS7.
A. W. GRAHAM
10 10 a m j 11 20 p m
Dmkes Br eh is 44 p m j a 4t a m
Keysville 1 00 pm 3 03 a n.
Burkevilln 1 40 p m 3 55 a m
Richmond 3 45 p m I 0 15 a m
60H) Kook Agents wanted to noil
TEX LtrZ AND PUBLIC 8XBT2CZB OW
" ITnchburg 1 15 p m
Charlotteville 3 4' p m
" Washington, 8 23 p m
Baltimore 11 2' j) rn
Philadelphia 3 00 a m
New York t 20 a m
fDaily, except Sunday.
2 00 a m
4 10 a in
8 10 a m
10 ,03 a ro
12(35 r m
3 20 p id
HOW IT SELLS.
Palatka. Fla.. May 31. 1SS7- -We
have been selling B. B. B. for
i CALLED MEETING OF BOARD
Nurse (to fashionable mother) ' '
The baby,' is very restless, ma'am. I OF MAGISTRATES.
catA do anything with her ' j Th(l M;tniles cf Orange County
F. M She s teething, I suppose, will hold a called meeting at the Court
N. Yes'm. I think it you was Hou-e in Hillsboro on Saturday. Aug.
to take her in vour arras a little ' Uh- tor lhe Pn of electing a
while it might soothe her. ' mWr of "eW ?:XTtt vnel-
!-- m 10 t -11 t . i ommisiouers to nit the vacancv
i. 31. I I Impossible. I haveu t cau,t.,i i,v nie resignation of Sidney G.
time to spare. I am just, making Strayhorn. A majority of the Magis-
ready to attend a meeting ot the So- t rates ot the County is required totrans
cicty tor the pievehlion of Cruelty-
two years, and it has always given satis
faction in every case.
Iowky A Starr, Druggists.
DM lNISTRATORS S A LE.
All who desire full information about
the cause and cure of Blood Poisons.
Scrofula and Scrofulous wellings, Ul-
T 1 r
I? 1 . t . V. .
Give baby someot Dr.;,- -ml; : , .
.ft t . . , . H.uiuuii.-,-iu;ris .
Tb iiuckiieben y Coiuisl. . ; x. P
Board of County
VV .!".. . I " v i Terms of sale: One-third cash, o
pi.li His, v.,iuuiu, rn.., sctuir- iy
mail. f:ee. a copy of our 32-puge Illus
trated Book of Wonders, rilled with the
most wonderful and
ever before known. Address
BLOOD BALM CO.,
.By virtue of an order of the Superior
Court of Orange County to me directed
in the case of S. M. Wilkinson, Atltn'r
of Henry J. Thompson, dee'd v. E. S.
Ihompson and others. I w ill sell to the
higne-t bidde . at public auction, at the
court house door in Hillsboro. on the
6th dav of August. 18SS, (it being Mow-
j dav ot the Augtu-t Ttrm of the superior
. Co'urt.) the tract of land adjoining the
lands of N. P. Hall. Geo. J. rauoette,
l Jane Ellis. Nannie Tliomj'soii. Albert
Faucette and others, containing $f)
third in six mouths and balance in 12
miiiths with interest from lay of sale, j t
Title reserved until purchase money h s
taid in full. I
This uay 01 Juiy, i.5.
S. M. WILKINSON,
Adcar of Henrv J. Tbomp-on.
SLE E PI NC M ' A R S ERV1C E.
On Trams 30 and 51. Pullman Buflet
Sleeper between Atlanta and New
On Train's 52 and 53. Pullman Buffet
Sleeper between Washington and Mont
gomery, Washington and Augusta.
Pullman Sleeper between Richmond
anil Geenboro. Pullman SUeper
tween Greenloro and Rab-igh- Pull
man Parlor Car between Salisbury and
Through tickets on ale at principal
stations, to all points.
For rates and information, apply to
any agent of the Company, or to
SOL. II A AS. J. S. POTTS.
Tfpfflc Manngtr. Dir. 2'as. A't
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r-it 4 ct'. iw k . t- -v--: !', 4.ts --i Ru
1.1. v 'ub t' 'tuii--.. fe i '.
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V) '.w u ' ..jkMi - t- O Ot- I.U. ''-i I". '
li. ftjllwu liw ' 'f'-' T
m-n f. u, kv.- WINTER it CO.,
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
f1 Jh XL?
W. A. TURK.
Iir7 I'ix&. A'jt-nt,
Raleigh, N. C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, j
R. J. -1. SPURGEON,
f -rotr Co -".r i!, -.: S.VI ff'T1 He Cf.tX.
I sr.-? -rm t rfrr.iy p-r ttl,al B te'.i bctur trzu
; ro'z t rsvr w!Tl mr or prte m!ml mil
v r.ir) Hon-. tu- r V2te.
j DAVID EL roCTZ. Proprietor,
t SATUtOBE. MIX. f
irfFor alo at Hilli.boro bv W.
j A HAYES, Drnggin.
D E NTIST,
IIiIlHtoro, IN. O-
SyOtUce next door to Dr. HorkerV
A N T
Drug Store. Open every day.
j 1,000 yoong hens. Highest mar-
kel price paid.
C. M. PARKS.
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