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t;itAX(;K ;;o!:nty -observer.; . . 1 H I L L S II O R O U OH , N . C.j A 1 U;!'AY. - - A pnir. 27. 18.1. JOSEPH A HARRIS, Editor and Rrjprietcr. Entered at the I'ohI Oilier at Hills-iori-ijh, N'. C, , as second class matter.) !ivi- It I oiiil v in-i fc!ot 11 llllil-il44l III Ol'ltllt4 C II 11 t V. Telegrams ireeived Monday night report the arrival at Philadelphia c t the Keamer Missouri, with three i , i . i ... c, , bundled and sixty rive of the pas- , , , sengers of the wrecked steamer Danmark. . The Captain ot theMis- souri furnishes an account of the dis )Ei,.rir. ti.r- bnnnrtit .a' ! .(u. 'i.i..,.i;,.n,i .;.;.,. 1 i inoHt inleioling arid !xcitir:g tharac- - j The IjCtniiuj Vixitor, of Raleigh. was ler, vear old Inst Mond.iv We ! , , " . til ueuevo i is uiu oniy uanv palter ... , ,, , . ever pu.,nsnei;iri naieiyfi mat i.as ern men, when their vjery' lives de faid expenses. It is a welcome I '. pend on the issue, to accept it as ifor at"our otlice. and w e not e it will continue to flourish and 'pros per under the management of those e'ever gentlemen, Messrs. Brown & Ctley. Surgeon fieneral Hamilton of the Marine Hospital service, 'vas in formed on the 2 lib instant by the President of the Board of Health at Sanford.f Florida, that a case of ycl low lever existed in that city. Dr. Hamilton said that every piecaution would bo taken to prevent a spread ot the disease and that he did not apprehend any danger. The Miiiiiifactiircrs JZccord, of Baltimore the Soulh's great indus trial exponent of which it has been said that it is ,;the most widely quoted indulrial paper in lhe world," docs not confine its sphere to the manufacturing interests of this sec tion, but covers every line of progress looking to the advance nu'iit and prosperity of the South, and with the last isuo commenced the pub icalion ot a complete weekly list of eery new priale and nation al bank organized anywhere in the South. As the activity in the eeiab- lirdimcnl of new banks is one of the j surest indications of the Soulh's in- j creating pros-pei uy . u is. uiiuit-Mir.g t.o tiotice what a luge number are b in- started. The wide circulation of the Jfiinitfttun,s IliCont ;Mnon: bankers and otluT capitalists i j New York and New England, who look to it tor information about the oi. - op portunities for investment, in the S )iith, makes this new feature ot gveat value to the people id a'l ieC' tions ot the counti v.. t t-n New rer: e Journal log the streets of New P ( t . s.d t see so many people idle. It is !K,t only at noon or in the cve 1 1 i 1 1 w he., it luil.t be supposed that il v :4s " ki iH-king nil" ' l:ine, but most ar.y hoi.r of the day vou can see from ore t a grou'n of ei;;ht or len jt'ioiis l,!iit:i'iiii with iiuthirc to do. They are not a!to;e Ikt, but pi ituMpal'.y col. .red, and whi!i'Some t iheui may be at their prif'or.ed o. fufati,)ii. w e bc'iev e the mij-'rity would be at work it we had a Mill!, clent n iuil-er of industries to give i hein ,i'ovwet. A CHILD KILLED An.'dher child killed by lhe ii ii illed by the use oi . ., pi ites giv en in ih e ioi-.u ci M'oui;n svrup Why inoil.crs give their ch hlren such dad!v- juion is sur piismg vv lieu they can relieve' the chii.l ef i:s peculiar troubles hv us in-! Acker's Baby Sooiher. Il eon taii s uo Opium or Morplone. Sold by Dr. O, Hooker, Druggist. The Vkiiput Cxaximou. W. D. Suit, Druirizist. IS imiN. Ind , testifies: ' I cm recommend Electric Bitters as tho very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six hollies, ami was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years' stamlin." Abraham Hare, druggist, Belivillc, Ohio, afiirms : "The best selling medicine I havever handled in my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bit- ters.'' Thousands of others li3ve added their, testimony, so that the verdict Is unanimous that Eltctric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a halt dollar a botlle at W. A. Hayes' Drugstore , If rom the Asbeville Citizen. DIXON IN BOSTON. II ; Tk.i.ls thk New EKOLANDEns! Why the Soum is Solid. Rev. Thomas Dixon, the young N-'ith Carolina preacher ho ... i t r leceniiv been caiieu irom a ri.ortn - in boston to one in New 1 ork, lias beer. addrefcHng the Paint and Oil j Club , of New Knland on the South ern question. Amons?. the many J goou in logs ne eaiu was me jonow-. eiperul less, tor ciuuitcial naanurea. ; at the court lioue d injl in relation to the redemption of ' y . ' x. c, on Mond iv, Mas- North Carolina from carpet bag, ne- Nw Kfrne Journal :. Iere ; oVlock. a in tolwit : r jro and fccalawag rule. After de. fsi-ribin4 the condition to which the 'State wis reduced, he said : ! "They did what you woold have 'done; they took possession of their : local governments ; they had it to ! do or give p the Krugi;ie of lite. iThey violatetl the conblitntion you !nv ? l'ethaps ihev did sometimes. Hut Velt-prt sol vation Is the fift law uatufe and antedated.-the constitu 1 tion somewhat. They said it was i not right that pauperism and vice and ignorance should rule wealth i arl virtue and intelligence, and that ; all the constitutions ot the earth j wouldn't make it right. After all, i ilidu't you teach them t he lesson? , . . , , , , A uistinonished Senator oi the i Norlh ssx ,1ivt.n lo lhe waU by ,he relentless logic of Calhoun on ;the constitution, it is said, replied : '"Tiie corisi it in ion be d d 1" The constitution did stand between the , , , . . i si ve and Ins freedom. You said it ;:wai not right, smashed it to atoms 1 and made it over again. I thank '' or doing it. You said the con iMitution was not divine before the . . . war. Could you expect these South I divine alter the w ar." The prohibition constitutional amendment was defeated in Massa chusetts by from 35,000 to 40,000 majority. SKIN CANCER. Swift's Specific has cured a can cer on my face, and has almost made a young mau ot me. . . T. J. Xeate. Wacissa, TIa. A servant has been afflicted many years with a cancer on her nose, which resisted all treatment. She has been cured entirely by Switt's Specific. Thomson, (la. Jno ). HLL. Swill's Specific has cured ray can cer, which as very bad. I am now in tine health never - better. Have gained 25 pounds since I began taking Swift's Specific. : R. S. B HAD FORD. Tiptonville, Tenn. v! A young mau near this town had an eating cancer on his facet which had destroyed his nose and was eat ing towards his eyes. As a last re sort I put him on Swift's Specific, ami it has cured him entirely sound and "well. M. F. Crumley, M. D. Oglethorpe, Ga. .uy miner nac ior years an eating cancer on his under lip. which had , oeei. -luuuauy grown- woihe ui.ui naa eaten away ins unuer up .! ll,)Wn lw l1l,e.Su!,li8 anU waf lading : i nr i m i iiit- iimiiiH hi i n i' t' u nu itself on the inside of his cheek,.and me surgeons saio a norrinie ueath was Soon In pome. Wp (fivp hi n i . . . . . . . . f 1 nine bottles of Swrt 8 Specihc, and til i i ;' "JS Ul-T" u,l,,l, LUU"- V . b. Latiirop. i. i.' . i Sw ill's St ccific is entirely a vege - table remedy, and seems to eyre , Cancer by forcing the poison ou: of i the ysU,u through lhe tore. Send: J tor book cmi Laicer and blood pCHsiMtTi mailed fiee. THE bWlFT SPECIFIC CO., Diavver 3, Atlanta, Ga. A Woman's Discovery. Another wonderful J.sx-overy has! bee,, made and that mo by a'lady in ; tlos county. Disease fastened its j uuiim-? upon nei ana ior seven years she withstood its severest tests, tuit tier vital organs were under- mmj and death seemed imminent. 1-or three umnths she coughed m - itrp.imi; uduiu not ieep. one! IiOUi'til Ot-VlS a holtlo nf l)r K"in.'a -New lMscovery tor Uonsum i i i- i -, . v-aci 3 s piiciis a i iiuiciB will cure ard vv as so much relieved outakini.i .V 1 L;1U,CIB .u,u c i .. . . i .' iV , ....... , . '"oilhe worst form ot Dvsdcd a. Con- om uo.-e inui Mie siepi an niuni ami ...;rn.,i l j ., iv V ii ill I l L I H U U I name is Mrs. Luther Lutr." Thus! write W.-C. Hamrick A Co., ot Shelby. N. C. Get a free trial bot-i v. . iiii. iici tie at vv A Hives' Drugstore HILLSBORO MARKET. Apples. Corrected Week'y 15 to 15 to 22 to leeswar, Butter, Chickens, Coffee, Corn, Ejos. Seed Colton. Flour, per barre!, Lard, Lime, rocfc, Meai, Molasses, Oats, Salt, Sugar, Syrup, Wheat, 10 ; 2 12! $5 00 1 10? SI. 50 Go ; 25 to 45 50 to 60 81. 00 to $1.75; 9 to 10 i 25 to 50 i.io NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. Miiton Advertiser: A !arge pro- P:"n,0!' ot ul"ar',j tor" 1,1 sec lion has been planted this Wttii, The farmers are ;!! ve ry bu v a seem to b- making uniiso::. Vff r-. prt- ha-t4o,.r.JV,..;, a reurr,M, lS: i - - - -- .,. :i ;.n ,,t iinr.f ti.-j in. ,... . . ... wiiMUj. i ntj a.i.,. ,iie f.,lrK., ,,, wi,inm mo8l t-ninistakahly KUi!ge8 and.are! preparing lo grt wbft th.y -d f tor bome cn5uinption ahoipe and reat aulivitv" in thn hhori v. ,if the' 9 v o i c ""- i! A. & N. C R. now. Etiatisand cars are being put in repair (or the truck traffic and futnmert ravel. Tlie Ati:mtc hotel will be under ! first-class management thl summer j and preparations are being made tor ' a laroe crowd. Morehead Citv is! without doubt the finest summer ! report Fouih of Loni; Branch, audi this fact i being made known hrough'uut the country. Ralrigh News-Observer It an pea i s thai the Farmers'. Alliance of Wane. County has also determined to u?e 4io lute bagimiii utnier anv circumstances during the "coming season. It thus affords a uocd lead for the farmers of thv Hhst; of the Statp lo follow. Its action is iunt the Vort ot Rrland we a ant for the bold and unscrupulous Oitver of the juietrust to which we referred some daysince. Let the colton grow ers of North Carolina tall into line. Let the jute trust and all other jyi unholy combinations be "frozen crm" so far as this State at least :-Weon-cerned. This way lies independence for our farmers not only in the re spect of cotton bagging but in all other respects as well. For the Orange Co. Observer. Died, at the residence of Thomas II. Wilson, in 'Utile River town ship near Caldwell Institute, Orange County, on the 13th inst., Aunt Jane V ilson, aged 80 years and 2 months Aunt Jane bad been' lingerirg tor three or four months with old age. She bore her sufferings wiih a chris tian like faith, and passed away quietly. She was a members! Little River Presbyterian church. May her many friends and relatives. through faith in Christ, be enabled to bear the loss of their departed friend,' "tor the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh awav. Blessed be the name of the. Lord." Mrs. Annie P. Riley, wife of T J. Riley, of near Caldwell Institute, Orange County, died on the 13lh instant, in the o3d year ot her age She left an infant .one naonth old She was taken ill at night and did not liv many hourt. " She was a member of Berry s Grove church Mrs. Riley was the grand daughter of Aunt Jane Wilson. Both were buried at Little River at the S3me time. It was touching to the hearts ot all who saw the dead bodies o grandmother and grand-daughter lying side by side. Mrs. Edney Hall must have had a verv trvim timn. Death phimoi her mother and daughter the same ,v Vhil she tor,rt; i. tne be(1 her dying mother, a mes- : 8enKer came to tell her of her daub- Xvr Jealh She hag our pymI(alhv i i She must remember that the Lore p,omjses that all-things shall work i i j . . : lotieiner ior izoou 10 thOfce who love ; Him. . i WE CAN AND DO -rS, i it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure lr syphilitic poisoning. T I U leers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Dr. O. i Hooker, Druggist. Virt. Aaaictflnf Tret 'm ictnr.fian. eraj ciarkson says he is making aboQt one hunJre1 cha a day fourlh.ctMs postoffices. b " ' HAPPINESS WD CONTENT MENT ! Cannot hami h d ...f "lo fe 1 ,Ko r... ... f g.tK Noiliing will so darken life L,ns!and make it a burden as Dyspepsia Pl!oni Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets "will cure I cl;n,; i t i- . ' i i ,n.ij-.uiim iiiuiuebinMi. ami mane i., v.. ..: .-ii '. .'! l irt . I n rTIr T cents by Dr. O. Hooker, 58 3Iany Persons Are broken dmn from ovtrwer or hcvjBfiold 1 caT Brown's Iron IliUers ! rebuild the ?ystera. Wi digestion, rtmove ex j Ccm of bile, an! cures tntiari. Get lis gnuia. 3 The Missios ary Board of the Hap- 20; list State Convention mei in their 20 j room in this city la.t night, and ap - 20 j pointed foriy delegates Co the South 25 ern Baptist Convention which meets o.) in Jienionis, icnn.. in .Mav next. llalei'jh EveninQ Visitor, April - A HEALTHY GROWTH- Cates, Mary B SO acres, Acker's Blood Elixir has gained a ! 85 G-7-8 firm hold on the American people Cates, B L, 90 acres, 87 and is acknowledged to .be superior . Cabe. Elizabeth, 2ri0 3cres, to all other preparations. It is a! 8G 7 positive cure lor all Blood and Skin Cheek, R F,05 acres, 80 7-8 Diseases The medical fraternity Cates. Elizabeth, 47 acres, indorse and prescribe it. Guaranteed f SO 7 and sold by Dr. O. Hooker, Drug. 5 Crawford, W T, 58 acres, gist. ; ivfj IN otiec oi Tac Male. STATE' Of NORTH CAROLINA, Orange Colkty. O relation of John K HuohesJ .. : tx- tti..: ..:n i. f.tlci vv 1 II T' rilfllil. I lailillU. aHIIIM ivi.v"-n f,;trtie-: ; NOTICE K LEVY ASD SA LK. I-l the following .parties and their; that the ; ii liir.n.nu'.iitia cfic ! land listed hv them in Orange County r ,and i"PJ bf .t1!1 aMlj prii,lei by law. will be sold j Mjr in lliibboro.; 6th next, at ten HILLSBORO TOWKSHIl n, w Allison, Wm, 1 town lot, tax 1 88 and looo 3 00 12 24 ' 9 75 98 4 31 Allison, Lee, 75 acres, 1855 to 1888 Andre x B M, estate, 52 acre?, 1884 to '88 Browning. Arch, 9a acres, 1887 "83. Bacon, .Sallie,' GO acres, 87 8 Berry, Richard, 4 acres, '86 7-8 Crawfiiril Samuel, 8 acres, 1885 (i 7 8 Crabtree, J J, 130 ares, '87-8 ' Crabtree, W K, GO acres, J J J 19 45 7 98 12 28 10 60 10 17 13 17 12 56 13 21 10 27 8G-7 S Christmas, Jno, 1 town let, 86 7-8 i Faueei te, Hugh, 156 acres, 85 G-7 Fauceite, Stephen, 80 acres, 85 67 8 Freeland, Lucy, 1 I 2 acres, 87 8 Hastings, T W, 88 acres, 84 5 G-7-8 Haves, T F, I town lot, 4 5 7 8 Haith, Alex, 103 acres, 845-6-7 Rom, John Q, 54 1-2 acres,- balance 85 6 7 8 Jones, Benj, 38 acres, $7-8 .. Jones. H P & Co, 2 acres at depot, 86 7-8 Jackson, Moreland, 115 acres, 86 7 8 Lea, Mary, 1 town lot, 84-5-6 7-8 '.I Morrow, Beady, 1 town lot 87-8 McCulley, Peter, Sr, 6 1-2 acres, b6 7-8 McCuliey, Peter Jr4 aces, .1:6-7 8 Mebane, Isaac, 1 town lot, 84 6 7-8 Morrow, Joseph, 10 acres, 87-88 McLean, for Glass heirs, 1 towu lot, 86 7-8 Morgan by Raiford, Agent, 100 acres 82 3 4 5 7 8 MeAdoo, George, 20 acres, 85 6-7-8 Nichols, Jas, 1 acre, bal. Newman, Joseph, 49 acres, 87-8 Picke.tt, Mary, 18 acres, 87-8 -Pickett, Virgil, 100 acres, S7-8 Paul, George, 30 asres, 84- 5-7-8 . 'Reese, Joseph, 1 town lot, 85- 6 7 " , " Rice, Moses L, estate, 62 acFes, 86 8 Rice, R K, 191 acres, 84 to 88 Squires, Jas, Sr, 108 acres, 84 to 88 Shields, Mrs Fanchen, 203 acres, 87 88 Scarlett, Levi, 178 acres, 86 7 8 . Strayhorn, JohnX?, 37 1-2 acres, 86 7 8 Shields, W T, 100 acres, 85 to 88 Strayhorn, Susan, 1 12 acre?, 85-6 7 Toomer, French, 1 acre, 1 82 3 6 7 8 Turner, William, GO acres, 83 to 87 Thompson, T H, 31 acre, . 87 8' Thompson, John W, 129 80 7 8 Whined, J A. 20 acres, 87 Walker, J V, 1 acre, 87 10 3i 13 3 86 18 4 1 5 3 5 3 10 3 11 6 1 5 5 9 5 32 15 20 14 8 32 13 11 8 8 13 5 Williams, Elijah, .'i acres. - ' Wilson F G, 1 tuwn lot. TO I Warren. Prior, 52 acres, 85 to 88 While,-Robert F; estate, 170 seres, 85 to 88 Walker, Benj, 34 1-2 acres, . 87 8 blXGHAM TOWNSHIP. Brewer, Sarah 130 acres, 85 7 8 Brewer, Salina, 20 acres, 85-0 Brewer, Charles, 20 acres. v7 8 Bron, Vjlliauj, 60 acres. 80-7-8 .... 17 3 ; $20 2 1 14 4 i 2 Cates, Wyatt, estate, 240 acre, 84 to 88 "Cat.; Mm ha E, 18 acrs, : 85 6 7 8 Crawford, Elijah, 95 acres, f 8 1 0 14 c 4 ' ' o 17. Cheek, Corenna ; 87 8 r i e " 35 acres, Alex I 25 uurnam. -o acres, 2 - 3 80 7-8 Durham, Charles, 20 acre., 85 6 nnrilt,,n Mstiha. Tl acres, .0 1 D.irhain, Marv'20-3LW,Sf T v f 1 srreS. 1 11 V""" " ' 8b l 8 i i 5 " , . Hunter, n r, 4 6J , i o smes W, 100 acres, 1 4 ivi.k, ancy, 10 acrw, o. j Kirkland, barah, acre, 86-7 8 Lloyd, W A, 50 acres, 85- 7-6 Lloyd, Elizabeth A, 50 acres, 86-8 Lloyd, Calloway, 42 acres, 86- 7 8 Moore & Co, 323 acres, 84-5 6-7-8 Morris, J M, 37 acres, 85 6-7 Morris, Hannab, heirs, 7 acres, 86-7 Oldham, T T, 19 acres, 84 to 88 Oldham, Henry, 12 acres, 12 1 10 72 11 2 86-7 6ldham, Junius, 18 acres, 845 67 9 1 92 Oidham, Frank, 20 acres, 86 7-8 Pickard, Lavinia, 80 acres, 85-7-8- Paiterson. Dr T W, 80 85-6-7 Pickard, Margaret, 100 acres, 84-5-6 Pickard, M vnha, heir, 37 acres. 83 5 6 Smith, R F, G5 acres, 1883 84- 5-6 7 8 Stubbing, G I', 83 acres, 87 8 Smith, R M, 92 a res, 87 Smith, Mitchell, 337 acres, 85 6-7-8 Strowd, J esse, et ate, 12 1 2 acres, 83 4 5 i-7 Stone, II D, 181 acres, 87 Sykes, L G, 192 acres, 85- 6-7 8 c f a tit r 2 43 7 73 22 9 6 17 12 5 14 79 38 7 6 88 15 33 67 7 4 1 23 52 14 17 13 254 otaniord, w u, 1 j acres, 86-7-8 Turrentine, Win, 47 acres, 86-8 Thompson, Rob't, 92 acres, 80 63 50 33 46 80 01 7- 75 81 73 60 68 38 82 IS 26 40 51 65 75 24 92 Thompson, Geo, 15 icres, 84 5 Th .jinpson, George Wv 87 "acre.-, 87 8 Webb & Morrow, 979 acres, 87-8 Whitfield, P P, 91 acres, 86-7-8 . White, W A, 73 acres, 82 3 4 5 White, W A, Guard'n, 146 acies, 82 3 4 5 CKOAK OUOVE TOWN SI! II. Anderson. Alex, heirs, 2Joteres, tax 18i7-h8 ' , Allison, Dallas, 1 1 acres. 87-8 Urownmg, J Jt, 1H jicres. v7-4s8 IJird, Joseim. 1 acres. 87-8 Jfl 2 15 r Bratlshaw, J W, 70 acres, 84 to 88 Chirk, V P. 293 acres. S. to 88 (.'orhett, J W, .T0 acres, S;-7-8 Christoplier II and C'clia, 108 acres, ls82 to 1888 inclusive Clayton's heirs, 1 '.." acres. sn-7-S Day. Jas M, 10 acres. SG-7- Find ley. Alex, acres. 8.VG-7-S Finrlley, John A. ;i acres, S0-7-8 Jordan. Thos I,4S acres. N" to S8 Jeffreys. Wm. acres. Si4-."i-lj Lynch, Thos heirs. aeres,.H7-8 Lynch, Sarah, 70 acres, 80-7; yieCulloch. John, 'i 1 2 iaeres, 1 88 1-5-G-7-8 L Oakley. D S. acres. 84 tV,SS Scott. J M, 172 acres. S.VG-7-8 Smith, Geo W, 8J acres. 85 to 88 Smith. Nilsou. 127 acres. 8G-7-M 1 Smith heirs. ." acres, 84-5-0-7-X Thompson, li T. 2."0 acre-. s7- Wiloti, ha- A. 41 acre-. s'J-7-8 Wedding, los . 1 1 ;U-n -v. s7 8 Ward. Win PVI .mm , i-7- Ward. W 11. !oO acre-, ; j,, sS Wbitted srej-heu. '57 1-'-' acre-. Iss7-'ss Workman. .I.i.-. s .n :c. 7-.s IVilkei-on. Ah x 42 1-2 acre-. 70 74 49 78 78 38 i8"!4-.Vtj 17 r.lTTl.t. lit V n; TOWN -'III I'. Rlatock 'AtieJiue. so a-iv-. ."-n7 1 Bive.e. V A. 2:55 acre-. S1--VO-7 :M Brown. Mr- A.J. i2" acre-. 84-7-s p liowiin. l'resley, 10S acres. 17 2 o!e, Thos A.'l.'W acres. 84 5-0-7-8 20 Cole. Minnie. 4- acres, ' 2 Fauc-tte, W (i. 125 acres. 87-8 , 5 Faucette, John, 8(i acres, 87-8S 8 Ciates, W C, 5o a-es. 87-88 U Hundley, T J, 25 ;icre. 87-8 K Holeman. C.npt J. 2.VJ acres. 87-S 13 E Berrv estate. 425 acre, lSo7 11 Rilev. Lucirida. 10l Tes, 84-5-;-7-8 U Koberts. E J, agt.1l 7 aerei18s7 2 Kountree. Regy J.214 acres. 87-8 10 05 25 00 Tilly, Caroline, 100 acres. 17 Wood. Rufus, 3J acres. 87-h WiUon. Jack. 23 acre. 8-C-7-s Wilson. F G, Guardian, 70 acres, 8s7 -Wilkersou. D X. 73 acres, G-7-8 niAl'KI. HILL TOWNSHIP. 39 05 Alexander. J M. Adm'rS S Clay tor, 1 acre, tax. fco 3 4 Andrews. Berrv etat'?, J acres ! 1 vS7 33; Brewer, S W. 55 acres, 78 ; Brewer. Brooks 1-4 acrf. 87-S 31 ' reWf'r- Jone 1 town lot. . Booker. T M. -vJ acre. H7-- Bootbe, Ann E, 75 acres." 85--7-8 00 B ar!e, M. 55 acres land and 3 i town lot-. to S-N 42? Hoks. Charles. 1 town lot. 7-H " Bason, Dr W K. I town lot. 87-- Biacknalt. J R. 151 acre-. 7-8 10 Clo.-s, Julian. 2 acres. sO-7- Craig, Ben estate. 3 acre, fi-7 35 Craig. Isibe! a. .55 acre. "Mi-7-3 95- ( la"tun B c acres. SG-7- ; Cofjk, J W estate, S4-5-4 i Duiiffton, Thos. tovrn lot. 87- 90 j Emerson. Jordan. 1 acre, 85-S-7-8 58 ! Ftpps. James. 100 aire, 87-S Garrett. DaTitU 162jicres. 8G-7-S go i Hart. Oliver. 8 acres. 4 to 88 ; Harris. Dr T W estate, town lot, ; nJ to 88 50 Jone, Yancev, 55 aeie-, b7-8 Jon(s Samuel. 1 town lif s-n 33 i Johnson. Chas, 2 town lots j Kirby, Ed, 1 town lot, S.VG-; j Kirkland. Martha A, I unvu h.. Oo ! Kirkland, Nelson. 22 arr S7 v 20 ! Kirkland T M. I town lot, 85 w McKae. R S. 1 town lot, s;.v Melfcule. Jlvltie. town hit - - oi Merritt. hli. Sr. 1 town 1. m; , MerritU I Kiwis, Sr. 1 town , : S8 'McPsde, Wm. 1 town lot. StV Nevill.Jas estate. lU.);u'rr j;;. 0 I Nevill, Nam v. 15 acres. 81 h . .... V 1 j". - li t is 3 10 81 Nunn, L'.ura R, 37 acres. S.i to Perkins. David. 2 aere, 87-S Patterson, .t It. S3 acres. .s7 Part in. (' M. UV aTv, RiSX"beet A J, 830 acres. s;s 40 63 40 00 56 75 83 ii. v in. o acax's, si-o-r.-7-s Straaghn, N K, estate, .1 a.-i les credits; , Strowd, Lorenzo, acres, S7-s Smith; John R, 420 acres, U. cmlits Smith it Kirkland, 22a acres. Si; ? swainn. it mirs. twn lot, s7-s Suaytiorn. Y A, acres. sr7N ,: Sea rlet I, Tliomas, 2 aeresi F;t-.M; Strowd, Nelly, 1 town lot, --s Strriin, Wm, estate, 200 ncrvs S3-.VU Strain, II Q. 133 acres. 8."i C-5 Tripp, Win. 11H acres, 87 Tenner. O R. 100 acres. 8r-7-S Utley. T J. 1 town lot, s-S8 1 i mi 6'C l o v eaver. Iaura, l town lot, 8-s Weaver. VVH. 1(9 acres, S.WI-7-s yj Weaver. James. 1 town lot, &-7-s 7 White, Jno e.-tate, 1 town lot, S'7 ,l vv stsou, Jones M, 4 town lot., s. S 7 Wilkerson, John C, 0 acre, 80-7-8 : ul WiitMMi, Joue, 1 town lot, S't s t- In the push and hurry conquer, upon getting out this llt main haa, liave been left out, but 1 hope you j's not consider yourselves slighted s j ii inie you that your name thnii fp. IH-tir in the next list unless pai l t, the, M'tiuUiy in May. Mr. ilarri. hariven me all the space In-span- lor the foregoing list. Your servant, JNO. K. HUiillKS. April ."tb. 1880. 25 40 25 86 74 80 $1 89 93 43 25 51 40 15 89 76 56 15 G6 JR. J. -L SIT Pi; HON, 1) E NT 1ST, llillisbuco, IN. '. Ciyoiliee next door to Or. H'h.U-m Dniif Si ore.; Open every 4 L V . HORSE AhD CATTLE POWDLRS Mc lIEIt Will 1lr r-t f ulir, IlOT OT 1.1 ! It, -r R. if Kfjiuz'n 1'i.K'irr -ir rjeh in tin t. l-ontr'f l"owrrr lil n:r' nfl prpvM H0 1lf Kri:tz' Pou'ilrm wia fycnl (iri! is h. l-o'ir- 1'owtifM will luirrH-" tl"' onnnTiir of n'iK il rr-:im n-n'y pT f riit, ami ii:Wr tlie li.e.rL-o nl x rt. l-oiii7" ro '1r r ir or prvftit klmmt iruf 'i Adr to uliirli fior' an-! Mt'f r ,itWt. l "VTr' (' WII L fcltt : ATIrCTIC. SoiJ ci cr whi ro. XAVID TOUT2. Proprietor. rATIliOUB. ICQ. JfFor sale at HillKboro by W A HAYES, Drnggir,!. 20 08 vv 1.7 i' 4J-0." 2." 1 1 tit OF MORniA(iKl) .UKAl. 1:STATK. 1!) 01 3 t;o 12 28 2 IK) 3 s7 y hi i 4 48 27 t 21 '.. 20 2 10 01 ; rs ly virtue of a deed d iiiiutn et cutea lo lhe under-ined lv lr. I " r i-1 Jones and vv ile .Niar tlia A. Jono on tin 4th day of J one.. In75, tor certain pur poses lliereiu mentioned, I will .sell l the court hoiisi door in HilUhoVon Mond iy lhe 3rd day of June. 1.'. tl. follow in deci iher re d estate m-wit: A tract of !ant near the town of llih boro a(iinii)g t he lands of Tho. W fin. Jim Ni fi' l-. the late joe Nirboh. Jim Hill and others, containing !i'" iiiiudred ,o:d ixt v Acres more or ! . the same h in-' the lands whereon I r. n si 10 27 ' 'rI Jones now resides.' mic at 12 . . lock M. I r in- of .-aie : ':ili. pi o". 1 .'I A K I A r. ISA I Hi M I. i MARIA F. RAlMiKT!'. A (! ' "iiard'n of Alice and Stedmau Itad AJaieh 23. ISstr. -"iS OLE OFREAL ESTATE. i Hv virtue of a mtrtxra!'? deeil ex u- 2 ted to me by StepMeii E. Cole am! i - in eor-!ei in IJ.,oU r,. pagu 3V, of tlr" i;.v . Ri--i.-t-r s otth.-e. frfr;nie County. I 10 i will sell at tie court hou-e door in til j Ilillshoro, on Saturda-, April 27. I ?- 15 i for ('as-h, the inter e-t of Stephen 75 I as legal heir of U ihen Col", derf-iwl. 53 in -the tret of land in Little R:v-r 40 j township know n a- rhe Cote pl.o e. . 1 1 taining One llimdieJ nd N'inet v A. !" 50 ! more or lo-. 70 j S;le i made to sati-fv - .; I i:im!;c M ; and co-r-. .-,! Thi- March 25ib. l.s-n. 40 ! A. !. Ilol.DEV. 2 50 1 2 42 I 3 83 M .r''a.M- A. W. Guaiiam. H- G i RAH AM & Wl J. . 5 01 C 47 ATTORNEY." OxioUO. -a : - lav .. C." 57 ! t 1 Practice- in the Counties (' ' 1 71 I ville, Oran'-. Person and I)urb'Ta. '2!xr 1 1 " IS 48! 8i ; 10 01 Thr 'fpartiKr.liip heretofore: ing btweeH tlie utwltrigied tmfrr V.--47 .v) firm name of C. White & Co.,' ha "t 17 i 'hav' tnt n di-solved by mrrtmii con-?.' 5 OG j M- E. White retiring from said hna. 30 m to i 5 00 M. K. WHITE. U. W. BINGHAM. Iarc!i 12lb, 18M. 14 16 Referring to the fcrrezving I 4i ; htave to announce that I have asut'' ' 5 58 i the payment of the lawful debts of tne 6 13 Arm of C. White & O., and all deM? I 53 ! iue to gaid firm must be paid at xoitn- 9 80 1 rity. The bush e..s of .iid tinn will j continued by mc at the fame plac 28 3T) I 0 U. w. BIN GUAM. To'.