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H I ii;si;oi:oU(;ii. x. - ATI ' J! 1 A Y. Iink 22. 1 C . The Work op Recuperation" Go -r IN'G OS BuiGIITLY. NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. From the Raleigh New and Observer. June 16th, lstfO.f ions hn delivered during his two years of service, aud to be foui.d in j Aric nt iha decisions of the i JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. " Entered at the Post Ofliee at Hills borough, N. C, an second class matter.! . -r . , : conn trom the !4th to the JHh ob; ol Judsro Ruffln. urre incjusivtS V,H be a lasting mon- j At ao adjourned meeting of the urpent io h:s unti ing industry. hs bar held in the Supreme Court room i,,ciC3l reasoning and his great legal i ii .... mw ihu riAnnn n - - t-t ! J 1 M V U v V? I in' w , &j v. W 4 . 6 Vy - . 4 Female prisoners at 'Abbeville nn able u pay fine- imposed by the c, rr t.... io TKr. M3y0r are confined in a stockade work oi cleaning away the debris in P1'1 to work u,hmS rock the burned dis net began yesterday!': Reidsulie Review: Ilt.n. Giles on Saturday the loth of June, 1S8U, fti,.iitv in earnest. All the contents ol the Mebaue, ot Caswell, wa the only Mr. J. B. Batcheloxjvas called to the a grcai reputation.- ' lhe profession; vaults ottbe various banks have merubi r ? his clas of 1824 at the chair, and, Mr. R. H. Battle tor ih 8,j ali admit that he more than sus- j been found lobe in perfect order. 'Chapel Hill reunion. Though in committee, appointed to prepare a tained-it. His retirement from thel Telegraph, telephone and electric ; Hillsboro Mr. Mebane met his old ! memorial sketch of the life and char- Deoth w as a cause id general regret ' light wires are heiug rapidly re -playmate and 'school-fellow, Lemuel ' 3eter oMh late Hon. Thos. Ruftin, lo both laymen and lawyers. Judge! placed. The telephone system wiii Lymh, Kq., who is about one year formerly an Associate Justice of the; puffin was V o fond ot the law audi he in operation in a lew. days, and aPd a h tlf hi-senior. Mr. Lynch is Supreme Court, submitted the to!-1 too busv in his profession to take- -he electric litr.it in a lew weeKs. , ln ias Ut vear ana Air. Alehane in Io Tlie watir works are already in i bis b-ud vear. It was alfecting to . ffe f 1. t 1 t . t a' a opera' ion. naiiraa and steamuoat j see them w it h arms lockeil, ai.a irom , bar at a meeting held on the: th 01 j rbhts democrat transportation tias hardly been in-j honorable age unstt-ady on their feet, I May, 1889, in the Sopreme Court 1 gcuool. He was surprijjed by being lerrupted by the conflagration, walking up the street- ; room, to prepare resolutions Hi n h-1 elected a delegate to the Democratic though considerable inconvenience; . M , 1 ri. .i x. ia . : ; lion to the lite and character -l National Convention in lbb4, and in wing report: ' j much part in politics, though he was; The committee appointed by the! aWavs in principle a decided Slate's ar at a meeting held on the!7th ot j rights democrat of the Jeffersonian! - 4. I nas t-"riM i.-iiitr: unry l!-iIA''I' i r- ll 4 II I JJI- ;ri puhlisluMi in lslly;, Co ii 11 1 v'. 1 - . ... . . i i. .. v . v. ; landing passenger-. Business houses , Cierk w p Ompbell, j l ( ai hading location in tents and m of s. . Mr folly; 1'. Moiitg..merv, of Ra'.eigh; 1 he' Wiliitutjlon J(o''.r is oin ol tbe Lest daily .newsj ;.pers pub lished. See ad vet lisement. . Tiic 17th A-tiTiual ('onven-tioo The Norih'Carohn.'i 1'reis Associa tion'.will be held at Jenoir, Cald well county. July 17th. . ......... . t 1 x . . . - I a I 1 O t ' 1 ii'iuiiui.j.jPui.'.M.in. "-"-iV, J. Montgomery, of s ariei u again. a;m an cuuicn: . . , , v .. t r ci,, , rv 1 . . , , , ! A-si-laut LieiK, Air. t haces . cxcepi inn y rnscopauau tPluc Home, .t Chvt.,n, N. C; Teleg.aph Operator, Mr WiSlinin Webb, of (ire-nsbro, N. ; Housekeeper, 1 Mis. L an Neiter. ot Atlanta. Ga ; Methodist I rotestant heltl services us u-:ual Sunilay. Tiie daily news naners are all issuing Hsuual. Oi- i 1 urs O! an conuuue 10 p'r .'M"-; Mr. J-.hn O'Shauirnet v, gether with much money and more f, . . UiinBil v ' provisions. No statement ' 1 i York , C.t v : Chef .Mmih Charles New York; Baker. Techan. for niany Thomas Ruftin, late an Assciate .Jus tice of the Supreme Court, respect- report: rhomas Ruffin, the grat lawyer, wise counsellor, successful advocate, just judge, good citizen sim! devout Christian, whose iss we are met to deplore, died at Hillsboro, the place of his I irth, on the morning ot Thuis day the l!3rd ot May, lbM). He was the lourth son ot Tliomas RuffiiK so long the distinguished , T . 1 can tm-maao .more aceuraie man that already given. The losb is i idaced at il5.iMMj.00u and it is be that body, which nominated Cleve land for the Presidency, he was the leader of tbe delegation from this Siate. Like most strong men he had prejudices, but of tbis4ie was himself conscious and strove to con quer them and to be always just. He was a firm believer in tbe truths of the Christian religion, and tor many years before his death was a devout and consistent member of 4 the Protestant Episcopal Church. Fratu.kft'i t, of Mo 1 is. Km He r....;,i,v,1 tr;.,.. esinnaie. i placed at kmmm;uu ana it .s ne-, y,y h lJelmouioo 1Iea1 Wailer, ilieved mil be found to be a good-1 , T jac.ks,m ot Xew York. Stuart -W. ('ratner to be assay er and meiter of the United Slates a'ay oilice at Charlotte, N. C. Corporal ..Tanner announces that I ';( re will be a deficiency of at least Contributions :jr,s 0O0. There are said to be 70,000 law 'yeis in the United States, w hich is I about one to every 900 inhabitants. Mr. J. R Grinstead, Seuora, Kv., .OhjOO.iu on account ol nensions ; says : My children have sometimes; nig the fiscal year beglnniiig the had boils and other signs of blood imtiiirilicti with 1 c iss ot a tioet i t c ft n i ; ' ui . ! at which times I have found Swift.s At -a, meeting of the National Specific a most successful remedy, Democratic Executive Committee held June I'-Mj in New York, Cal vin S. I bice, of Connecticut', was iinanrmoii.-.ly elected Chairman, to lill the vacancy caused by the death of Hon. V, 11. IJainiim. )n Saturday, Jum; loth, Hon. Oliver II. Hockery was appointed ('onsul-Gencral to Rio De Janeiro. in no instance failing to effect a speedy aud permanent cure. "Swill's Specific is a great bless ing toj humanity," says Air. 1'. K. Gordon, ot 7'J-VBroad street, , Nash ville, Tenn., "forjtcured me of iheu matisni of a very bad type, with which I had been troubled lor three or lour years. S. S. S. cured me af ter I had exhausted everything else. T T : 1 1 ll: 'a. 1 aiio iVime ivn Kianu. nis wne. ana in herited from them many ot the quali ties of head and heart which distin guished him. He was born Septem Alamance Gleaner : The action of ber 21st, 1821. His preparations for County Commissioners and Justices college was obtained at the Academv ot luo I eaee, on the 1st Alonnay, ot Samuel Smith, one ot the est in refusing to relieve Treasurer Fori- teachers ot his day in Rockingham ville of the loss he sustained by tbe county. There he was a schoolmate failure ot the btate .National Bank, -Qf Hon. John H. Dillard, afterwards met the approval ot some and the his law-partner and his life long ! disapproval ot others. However, triend. He entered tbe Fieshman their action docs not bear lha stamp class at Chapel Hill in 1840 aud ot being tempered witn mercy. I o graduated in 1844. He studied law- have torgueu him would have been with his father and older brother, merciful, and especially so, we be- Wm. W. Kuflin, Esq., at their home lievc, inasmuch as he had taken on Haw River, in Alamance, and b- every precaution to keep safely trom tained tlis license to practice in tbe Chief Justice of our Supreme Ci.uit,j-pb evening before his death he par- took of the Holv Communion with members of his lamily, with evident enjoyment o the privilege In manners Judge Rufhn was em inently courteous aud affable. To loss ine lumm commiiieu iu mo county courts in 104.). io :ear.n keeping. The crash came and the something of the practice of the.law, rir,.lmi ha money placed there by tbe Sheriff ot while he was preparing for Superior an advocate before Chatham and the Sheriff and Treas- Court license, he then spent a year As a couns ll.r h uier oi. uhe v iiit-ie, uiusi ui m iuorgaiiLon, w nere a summer term it was lost; and as no mortal outside of the Supreme Court was held and the thieves who stole the money, so where there was a good local bar far as know n, foresaw the calamity. Obtaining Superior Court license in It is a grievous hardship to compel 184G, he made lancey ville his hotm .Mr r olivine to pay the fci.oUU ot tor a short tune, but in 1848 be which he asked to be relieved and moved to Went worth and formed a lor which taxpayers representing partnership with Judge Dillard who the young he was considerate and tender, and his influence with the boys ot Hilisboro and their fondness for him ere such that thev.tcll his death as that of a dear relative and triend Whatever Judge Ru flirt under took v do he did it well. To the advantages of an astute and logical mind he added untiring energy and immense labor His obligations to his clients he iccognized to the full est extent. The result was that no lawyer ol this generation in North more successful as courts or iuries. is knowledge of men as well as of the law made him discriminating ai d prudent. As so licitor he was a terror to evil doers, but he conscientiously declined to prosecute anv one of whose guilt be did not feel confident as a soldier he was dutitul and brave; as a judgi he was firm. wise, laborious and painstaking ; and as a citizen be wa aU tbat comprehended in the term, a Christian, gentleman. Therefore be it Ilcsolccd, llv the members of tbe ben.h and the bar, here assembled 1st. That in the death of Thomas Rnflin our profession has lost .one of ts brightest ornaments and tbe Stale ot North Carolina one of her truest and best citizens 2nd. That these proceedings b presented to the Supreme Ciurt at its next session by the Attorney General with a request that they be spread upon its minutes, and that a , . wiwi ass a uiuatc, uui iu ic wr uvb nieieuiiei fam!v ot ThP HprifiMl tjuarantee Acker s tJIood Elixir lor was eiecieu captain ot a company in Theo F l)viiinv ... i ( i -I r ho im donor n rr?ind wnrlr 1 u noJ i , r. . . J . . I a...; t i . ., I view. v. onwju, ' ,C .. , ? ltie people of this country that it is troops, nppoiuieu a juuge oi me 'p q pULLFI w iai. .i;.u 4:.u..1, w Feu-; superior t all other preparations or superior courts oy wov. uiark in the y ir i,-c,t,,P itle. lie called on all udin hud nnt i , i i- -r. . r ... Cicni l J-.u-.m "l30l'r'i t "w. i iini I iiinc( IT loo rwrvcit 1 1 n nnro I Nl 1 II 1 1 1 IK r 1 1 1 lOI I I H r fi HI' TS1 PIT. I 1 Tt 11 I , , . ,. . !-'.v.....1lj.o. AUAauuvaiLl'VVUtvi - - v ... . I : lit TT I I t " 11 lllfllllll1illrllUl-lmT.TTn-J.l.. . . i ... . . i - . . - ' town' and other horror in j ennsy t- 11,40 .u' l" oia" ui'"ilor svnhi it c do son wn. U cers. cuit ot that year and then resigned vania is diminishing so rapidly. Iijn'y Iour r responded. He j Eruptions and Pimples It purifies and returned to the army, and was ,vnfrniv ov pvucTcwvpy 1 ; called on those who didn t lovel.i 1 - 1 .u Li..LMB,Mnrf tAiKTm.finn. wuitiui uf 1 rrs Lh, i-li'ii'iiniwini"v-.iiv-. ,., , . j I IJC WIIUIB S HI eill UUU lllUrOU'rlllV liw"H'U n' . u. aj icuici.oiii-vuiu III-1- . . 1 . .... .1 -..ui ir;..,;,,.. wniskev to stand nn. and ess t nan 1 . -i i .1 .-. u v u: i u ioi iui i f nmie ui 1:1 -. ". tt i - , . ; ouuus up mu constitution. nr. KJ. u " iciimicui iu uaico loot Absolutely Pure. Tliis powdM- never vanes. . ot ptirit-. strength and hn!el&.7.l'' More 'economical than the or? - .4 kinds, and cannot be soul i or, tion with the niultitinle of i,-, short weight, alum or phojih.ii. r. der. Sohlnnlym riu. Hoyai I ' in; rovvDKH Co.. HK! Wall-sU'j- FOUTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDESJ 11 ruu c ..II VI .UIH' No Hons will t of Colic Bom or lrr U K, U Knt7' Powders re usrrt n t;rre. l-out7 rowdmwillrnrf !nrt pre vent Ho.rji. roMif.- Powrtrrn will pr-pnt Gape is f.7 Kuiit-.' r!rri will lncre.r Die quaar.tr c! e m '. rrem iwenty pvr ceut, and nsakf Uae btatr ,r.i pfU 1 outr.'s PowrtiTK wtn mr or preren k!irt itir Hr to which Horses ami utile are nlrw 'i -irTz'8 I'nwpms w ill eiTK tATisrcn6j. Soid everywhere. DAVID E. FOUTZ. Preprliu,, BALTIMORE. M.IX 13 For sale at Hillsboro by W- A II AYES, Druggist. 1KCO 11 Mi-r Salary, six thousand dollars, and! , . , TT ,1 ,. , . . c ., -' ' 1 ot My rick cc Henderson, b ort Smith, ices estimated at two Qhousand dol- j Ark., says he wishes to add his tes- 1 1 . 1 . 1 ... : ... . ...i-.t j 1 1 t ' ' iars,maKc,tnc annual cou.pcnsau.u, l mony to tne tuousauos wn cn nave j lbur titUl9 of lhe laxe8 paid in the had a short time before been admit aliout ci 'lit thousand ljn.ars. Nunc j;ilKilu.v ni;u L" owius ope- of Mr. Pickery's triJn.U exprUitic: He says he derived the most - ' siifn'il ticnclit. trom us !; i i-wr louhts of his acceptance on account jl);7iiful boils an(1 809 resullin trom impure blood. cure of the unhealthy location The rninhavc ceased at Johns tow n, and the hope is general that the weather, will prove favorable hereafter for cleaning up the mined When taken for a tew days, pnt- cuunty petitioned. Mr. lonvillo is ted to the bar. There, was bis home a one-armed Confederate soldier, for ten years and until his marriage and it lie shall be compelled to pay with Miss Mary Cain of Orange in tbe money stolen, he will have noth- 1858, he moved to Graham. In ling left will 'be left homeless upon 1850 he represented Rockingham in fthe cold charity of t he world. We the House of Commons, and in 1S54 ash mixtures impair the digestion, I accord every man the credit ot hav- be was elected solicitor tor his cir takes away the appetite, and drys up ' ing acted and voted honestly and cuit, and continued to exereUe the the gastric juices which should assist conscientiously ; but florae may have duties ot the othee until his resigna- 111 ditrpctimr and fissimi itm i ho I HOt thought UDOn this matter Drior t.inn nr. t.hA Msn-h Iprm nflSfin Ao city. A tnree-nun.ired ponna oyna-ifood Svvilvs Specific has just the j lo the first Monday as they have solicitor he earned much distinction mite-enf tndge was used tor clearing opposite effect; it improves diges up the wreck on the raft, which caused a big tright, and shook houses in every direction. Governor Beaver's commission for the distri bution of his million dollars started out on Saturday, .lune loth. It is very gratify-big to sec the number ol the dead by the Johns- ; V mm m tion, brings appetite, and builds up the general health. Sam Jones calls a'spade a spade. He hurts by his bluntness, his coarseness if you please, but the worjd has a great use for hitn and since, ana we venture to suggest lor his accurate legal knowledge, his that the Uommissioners and J ustices force as an advocate and the judiciou. 01 uie jl eace bit upou mo luauei exercise oi tne ai8cretion vested in again. him bv law. At the call to arms in April 1864 he entered the army as In speaking ot Compound Oxygen Krrii'sv. T'n is is what you ought to have, in fact, you umt. hao it, to fully en V life. Thousands are searching lie cause 1 t 1 1 11 . ' hjv "nun, ntnicui viliu kiiuiuuuili V I tlmiwt- whiskey to Mand up, and less tnan I builds lH) ..... r.onst;,ntion. )r o cv of . ! twenty five arose.- ilminytvn Jits Hooker. Druoist. - Iu the desperate battle of South we have been encouraged by calling I '. il-- . - . . . . I ; i .1 . 1. .. t . ,ll. ,1 ! Mountain, m Maryland, in September lu "u reuecnon, it is ine unp A heavy rain storm and crale are of that vear he was wounded and a,1,i drP f persistence that, in the I reported from Florida, which caused some time thereafter he resigned his enfI makes an impression on the use a common, ordinary they cau secure a valuable Thousands upon one for the same money. Dr. Ack-. for it daily, and mourning thev find it net I, i'.i ... t hou-aii'! ; ot dollars are spent an e: s r.ugiisii jmis are a positive1 nualiy ly our people in llu' hope cure lor sick headache and all liver that they may attain this bApn.. And troubles. They are small, sw CI, vt it may be bait by all. We . t-asiiy taken anil do not gripe. Dr.1 guaraati e that l.cctric Bitters, it O. llookcr, Druggit. u-i'd according to directions and the' - ue persisted in, will biing you The fifteenth annual meeting of Good Digestion aud oust tiie demon .lhe North Carolina Dental Associa Dvspci.sia and ir.st.sll ii.tead Kupop- lion will beheld iu the city ot Greens- 0 )i o on tne 'Jolh, 'JOih and 'J th msts. The meeting will be held in the Ben bow House, and reduced rates on all railroads 'in the Stale have been seemed. A DUTY TO YOURSELF. It is surprising that people will iu'eh damage in several localities, commission. During the latter part stone pill when Lntrlish HAPPINESS AND MENT of the war he served as a member of vU A x - I a i-nrim unnrt. in t hf Vst Mriitnrmv a tribunal established lor the trfal sv We I.; ver t"i f. r Dvspet recommend Electric I ; t ia and a'.l diseases Stomai h and Kuliievs. S.ld at f.ov. and SI. 00 per bottle by W. A. Hayes. Dtuggist. - Ti c tri-.l of Dr. McD.nv tor tbe .. . '.or f Cipt. D.ivon. in Charles. S C., will commence on Mon- ii-. xt. He was arra'gned June i - .! a:el pleaded not gui'r.v. Cannot go hand iu band if we look of grave military offenses. rlhe war on the dark side of every little ob- having ended and our Civil "Couits siacie. .Nothing will so darken lite being re-established he resumed tbe and maue it a burden as Dvsnensia. nractice of his Drotessiou at Garham. w I I - A Yokel's Dyspepsia Tablets will cure but in January 18G8 made Greens- the worst form of Dyspepsia, Con- boro his home and formed a law stipation and Indigestion, and make partnership with his old triend Mr. lite a happiness and pleasure. Sold Dillard and Jno. A. Gilmer. That at 25 and 60 cents by Dr. O. Hooker, the ability of the members of this firm was generally recoguized appears trom tbe fact that Coi. Gilmer was Uruggist. Miilol;'., Cough and I 'tire 1 - 'Id hv on a ci.re- 'n-umpti- a. For ; I oiiuuiptiou u.irar.Tce. It v i-:. s. Meriitt. banel Hill: VV. A: ffive. 1 i i 1 i-l.oro. i oal hac.kiug cte.igh t ttll lte mi tiuicklv Ve uu.ii'uiiUf Many !Vr;is BroxMt's Iron Bitters A d !-?:;.ei;ve wind -and 1 ail storm I ased over a jait ot llerki ley coun ty, W. Ya . Sunday -night, which ruined the cros, killeil stock, and wrecked a cumber of houses and bains -hii"h- l ui e. lapei eiir. ,1 1 or !.y . Mel ril' ill!! : YY. A. 1 1 a . HilbMV... NYi'.l ou -u:l'er with Ivsprpi and Fiv.-r ia,.:;o,a :- r-iiil.-h'- Vit:diT I A rain and wind storm swept over a small town in Kansas on Saturday ! bst and drowned a number ot peo ; pie; at other points much damage is also reported, j . ; A CHILD KILLED. Another child killed by the use of opiates gieu in the form of soothing syrup Why mothers give their cn oiren.sacn deadly ooison is sur- 1 : n , t e M--M irt- . tl. I or .iie afterward made a Superior Court Judge and the other iwo became successively justices of the Supreme Court. From overwork bis health became so impaired that in Decem ber, 1870, he abandoned for a tine the practice of law, and went' to Hilleboro to live. Then be tried for a time tbe business of an insar afice agent. His health being partially restored iiioeni-i, 3 , . prising when thev can relieve the ! "c ,CBUiAiC 4 01 ,13 r child. So it will be seen why, dav after dav, we have in one wav and another prcnted these features ot Compound Oxygen. 1st It.- coinpo-di ion. Oxvgfn in salutary adjustment to ni'iu. o and vitai..ed ly positive ncogiie! is'n spl'P.;kon. D K X T I S T , L?riMlirc next ili.or to Pr. 11... ; -i Drug More. (peu every day. A. YV. iiv. All J!. YY. Wis-r ,s. 1KAIIAM .V. WINSTON. ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW, Oxnmii, N. C. Tnii-ticc in the Count'c- f n'.m- ville. U range, I'er-on :ind Du.iMUi. it its .,oi 11 L,,, i tt&sion and in 1io formed a part peculiar troubles by ua-r . - .... , , . ' . Und Ii- development Twenty years ot sc.iiipulou- development bv astafl "f shi llui and o"M ieoti.o p n -; i 1 1 1 jd. In h1 ninist rat iir F i aled io a breath, and taken directly lo the breathing surfaces, where it is immediately appropriated. 4th Tbe result. A renewal of vigor ; a buoyancy of mind ; healthy performance ot Junction ; delightful restoration ; hope courage. 5lh. Its reputation but we will leave that in the hands of our patients. Send for our brocure of 200 pages, or our quarterly reveiw, Jeulth 'tfttf Jsife, containing the results -pOMONA HILL NCIWKKILS, POMONA, N. C. Two and one-half noW Greensboro. The main Jineol ih It. 4 D. u. K. pa-cs through the rou.-S an 1 within I'M n et .f the oilier. S...-3 tra n- make regular slops t wu-- 1a.'J t'ii li way. and makes coimeetieii all train-at ( i reen-boro. My s-to. k oon-Uts of all tiie I"' i "i fruits cultivated to suit the ..!!t,-n and border Mates, new and rare v.r-etie- fif -recent iutrodin-tioii and all the old standard sort-. Also, Shade Trt Kyergreeii-, I'.o- es. Ac S -nd for dc-criptive ('atahig-if ; of Fruit Trees. Vines. Ac", and N- ftreen MmiK. 'alalogu- ot Men? 5' ltowii li-'-.) ( hr s ,r theinuir.-. nr' tion- and : ir-ne'al variety 01 hi:djini and loTerTng Plant-, ready lor j ing out in April ami May. ";:talogu(? f rre. t OiTe.onien-t; -olieited. Address J. Van. UXIn.F.Y lVnioiia. iuilford o.. N. IS 'TATK OF NOi:TH CAUOl.l N A ( Oi.ni;k Oun rr. -Superior Cwrf, August Tmn, l' liettir'V. ('. Waite, 1'inint;?. Aifuinnt 'I'hom.is W. Waite. lhinuhiu' l'l r.I.K.'ATION. ToThwH'tn IF. Wuitc : ' . that an action for V 11; 'Fake to ?ie vorce ha- thi- dav tx-erj l'ur j you by the phi'mtit! Ilett'i- V. :. VyV. j in tbi- (,'ourt, and you are h -rehy (". C ry 1 t 'Hllll'ieii in il p if.lf .'O s lie lxi i ; - u. oompouDU uxyi:en treatment in j tlji. ( olirt t(, u. , ,.h M casen of consumption, bronchitis, f ,i,iv before the ftr-t Monday in '-' ; ,.i , i,i o .1 t. ueisuip wiLu jia or jo in . lira ; " , wwi o, uiputiuia. nei uiw oi. i .mo .in- -i o: 'h-uiiii u.g auti s ' . roomer. It con- , V .-. , !r,rniit(; ,t.,, ; ' i: o,mt.fii.,f io - P.U-, herein uitlrn i-i.i.s no upium or -Morphine, cold ; i . . . . 's and all tV, ,r.u;to t i hrst tore.- ,.;,i t,j- .nrt oi HILLSBOKO MARKET. Corrected Weekly, by Dr. O. Hooker, Druggist. except during the interval of bis ser-1 and a11 other complaints of a chronic 7 "'Z V. ' V vice on the supreme Court bench "lllure -vii our puuncations will be 1 il.h'- V i!:oi. r i- what yor. need I'.rt us--; : i-iii. I.o-- ot Appetite. Di .;: I . It -yillploUi- ot I V-pep--i.i. Price lo-.nd 7." ."it- per !ttt. For - hy V.. . Ah Mitt, i hapel Hilt : W. A. 1 1 :. v c-. 1 1 1 ii -i . curd. bv;i:t!i at:d s-weet -iire.i. by Miiiolf- 'atarrh- Price .'"' ee.it.-. Na-ai Iu- r -a ',e !, v F i c-' - r ( 'atarrh hre .:h 1 lelie.' !.V let - 1 r. e. 1 t r -a iC L'V I.. . JM t i'!i:cd Hill : Y. A. ll:te-. llin-tior,, iile or chcl. n-c Sh lulls l'orous l'J:u-ter. llloe r-. it-.U- For sal- ,v F. S. Meriitt. Cliapid Hill W. A. Have. lh.i-bo:o. i 'roup. ii"L.jiing i ongii ano Hr.on- cb.it 1- iruacihaleiV reieetl ShihdiV Fur.-. For s tie bv K. . Meriitt F'hap vi Hill : W. A. Hiives. Uill-boro. Apples, tieeswax, Butter, Chickens, Cutiec, Corn, Eggs, Seed Cotton. Flour, per bar re', 1 Lard. Lime. ; Meai, Molasses, Oats, 'Salt,. Sugar, S o O 'O - until bid HoolK T.,.l,.r iriu,) l, ; lorwarded frpp nt rh Dublin contributed tc-,000 to tbe j resigned his seat as Judge ot the I dressing Is. Starkly & VxLts, l ennsy.vaniatioo.i sutterers, Ijacen j s u reme Coan Ju(j K-ffi1 W3S o. LVJ9 Arch street, Philadelphl -cloria contributed her svmDathies ! ...; t u.. r ' Pa - ' r . iiTHniiLrii uv l tii w .i r i in n i bv cable. She was in a condition to I i t.:. , . - - , - W J l I I I I I I I ii i-jrkriiirLr imi in FT to 20 to -2i, ltu lue suuenu- 'ur:1 received the nonm.a she and her numerous family have to ! l;ou of lLe deraocralic . he from ber lo Buck lex's Af.nica Salve. Thp ti.Bi sit s ,wrmeoo.i,gi,tjSnuary,l?.. 1 he l'.heura, Fever Sorts, Teller. C business ot the court being then very great, and there beng only rook, o7 1.-2 o i .i I ton J F'J' Sf Oh; A HEALTHY G1IOWTII. three indues to transact it. the ktrain 1" -Veker's Blood Elixir h3s gained a upon tbe members was greater than Sl.oo .firm hold on tbe Americao people men not of iron conet.taiions could bo and is acknowledged to be superior stand ; and Judge liuffiu's friends 3o to 4d ; to all other preparations. It is a soon perceived tbat he could not 00 to 00 positive cure lor all Blood and Skin perioral the work he unVlerlook to fcl.ou to ti.t.o Diseases. The medical fraternity do, and live. Sick or well he con grantet. 'I lii- Mjv Cth. F 1 corupUiht 'li s S. M. IIA JTI" '.'Jerk ot superior ...a.J- FA'l'K iJl' .VMITH v - ... Augu-tu- Abi.ou7 and Kli.i'J. A;-" - 2'iniiil trpi''i Wfieaton. To Stt iti ti Whfiil'tn : t Chap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erumions. and r.nsitivplv J T f I caies Piles, or no nav reouired. It.i You aie hereby commin t i ' rifid :it,iui'ir l:..ti,r.. it.. nt ' guaraoieeu to give periect satis-, ,,. ; .V i-t.i i 7i,i!v 1 f,- 4 j i -i, - ' 'IiH.-tiiro on the 1.5th dav of Jw." 1 taction, or money reluoded. Price j ftt i ,.i -n.r rl J cents per box. For tale by V .; plaint of the pla'mthV in ih f"e ":. ! A. Hayes, Druggist. ! title-l action or the plain"- ",J ! 1 the court for the relM xM in yrup, Wheat. to ti.t.o "Diseases, lhe medical fraternity .do, and live. Sick or wel he con- Sleepless nights made mierable by j said complaint. I to 11 indorse and prescribe iL Gnaranteed tinued to bar his tall shire of the tiial rnhle couk'b. Shiloh'- Cure is! Given under 25 to f.r and sold by Dr. O. Hooker. Drug, burden until tbe fall of 13, when VurH?rmPuV lAW;gist. was obliged urwigo. " TUopi-j-infrnw id seal Ihi mv baaJ ' of Mjv, l"9- 'mo:- v. TlNlN:,. J. V., zw-r lance chci an nc i e 11 Oil L. Pa I"'1 1,3: lio lb pi xy i bt C ;C3 in b; 01 a t t'