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COUNTY OBSERVER, j
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. t k I U W U " Jl , J. . vy . I u.luf,h ia t n ... .n 1 1 .c thn X
...-- 'T.":"' " "ii-vinwVt ! Methodist 'church. ' It is
jM.Y.
' iem
ItlPTION RATES
r . i- i;iM in. advance. ?U. 00 : p'a" arm is ucauuiui in iom extenor j mends and relatives. lie wan in
'.V.. .)- 3iid interior. It in of brick and hne! the seventy-sixth year cf hi ajie.
., ,;iih-. a larue auditorium, a Sunday school I lie was highly esteemed by all who
1 ' . J
. , ail
, inch) lor the tr,ih"- It i. hn.shed in na-
.(.! l-rea h subsequent pub-! tive woods, and every visitor was
' charmed by the pleasir.g effect of
tor adverti-ing lor anj ; lne
. .. 1 . I . .. 1 ... J .tf )-!
....... . l... frii.i .itn
1 - i would be lacking in justice it I did
not
iJwssie Wilson ih veiling ; are largely indebted to that princely
. r Mr. C. M. Park. giver and large-hearted Durbamite,
' Mr Jimen A. Cheek U having ! Mr- Julian S.Carr, for this handsome
, .nhlc improvements made on, structure. He ga.e liberally to the
, ' church buildm" from first lo last and
, . r all the windows stained ulass
Mm-Alice VV .lHon, daughter of , wefe hU ,ast iL On Sunday ni8ht,
..Tl.Mi.aM .1. lHon, of Chape, Jnrie ond Hieho p Dunc3n pJeached
::J-viHting Miss hebs.e Mebar.e. jn uls new churchit was the fim
Mr. A. J. Gallagher, the pho-j time it bad been opened. It had a
..:r3,.h.r, will remain in Hillsboro j rjeut 0j gaOO upon it and he raised
i Kiiday night. Give him a call, j lhe teDt an,i dedicated the. church.
Mr. A. .1. Catcs Bent uh a very It was really one ot the pleaisantest
. lien epm. It weii;d 0 1 1! i rccasif)ns of commencement week.
"i i i i ii 1... ' i t : .: .1 - . u .
jii(Jh an" 1 iiieawreo: i lJj in luiisnij uiu luuutrv iu p;tj uie ueoi,
chef..' 1'- was some ep. J Col. Walter L. Sieele, after giving
ftcr mondin" a few days at ' his own contt ibulion, pave one dol-
i!Ub(.r-, Mr C. W. lirown return-, lar
o Kockin-'ham, Tuesday, where,! Hug
. :.. - . .1 ..i if.ji I'.iiirt lmMi
tin v.., w.v - j ir james orwoou, oi iiins-
We h.iw a bunrh of Pttle i ed j boro, who recently contributed such
. r m! 11 1 M,.llo,1,.'al . .: i.i
i:,e;iL irm .n. ti. u. iui.iaucnian uiicieMiu aim vit'uauiu aiuciu 10
:arm inx 'edar Grove township that j our paper on the grasses writes us
:vl iiearly I u stalks on it, and
-.jre than l0(j grains of wheat.
-Mr. S. H. Webb has qualified
is Kifftitor of Stephen Webb. Sale
r: personal property of the estate
w: i trike place on the premises on
'AVhiChday, July 10th. See notice.
"I
for
Our tanners were too lusy4
;'rvt Muif: their large wheat crops
i-l Monday to come to town to
nr the address of Mr. Harry
Truy, National Lecturer ot -the
Fartmrh' Alliance.
-Major 1). H. Hamilton, Chair--i.ati,
L.'ies notice of a special meet
; ; dl the lioaid of C'ounty Com
miioners "to consider the neces
iry :i!teratio!;s of the Court House. v
!!; mcciini; will be held next Mon-:n-,
June "J Uh. -
The Durham l)istri.t Confer
tmc will he held at I.iurlington next
k. he'itm'ir rn Thursday. The
I !i iwiiiti delegates have h-en elect
oltro'nthe Ilillsboro (:r(iiit: H.
L M.-D'.lde, A'. J Gordon, C M.
Parks and Joseph A. Harris.
ot
Mr. i;. c.
Pation. Co.ntv Su-
Puhlu: Educau.-n
:tit e:u lent
h h..u-hi a 1. .MiM' and h-t in t he !
ii ! thei n i-ai i ! n ti iMii Mr. Jas.
IediM.eih an 1 lemoved Iim famiiv !
-om Ced.r Gi.,. t HiiUl.oro Inst j S 1 10 pounds. For fuller particu
eek. We vsrlcou.e these o,od!la,H to W. II. Cole
people t') ( iir town aid h"pe they
will he weli pleased with their new
ome.
-.luliari S. Carr, President of the
t'otifei
lerate Veteran's Association,!
i-3i!k upon the ('o.ilederate eterans
ai each county in the State to assem
1' o at their 'respective eurt houses
Thursday, July 4th, 19, to lorm j
' Cfhfedtraie Veterans' Count v As I
"a:itin.. We hone to st e every ;
I ':.:el rate soldier in Orange couu
at Ilillsboro on that day.
CHEAP PR-TURKS.
'1 hose wanting cheap pictures can
couiein Thursilay and Friday, June
and 'JIm, and have their wants
8!1 1 1 ! i i l 1 1 VI (I Ii tinii i'.-L- ot itniitu
--j...... n nil IXYiKi IMI a. 1 1 VV Ilia
. , . i , , t ... , ,
!! upwirds. 1 will also make i
. r,, ,n , . , t mi '
l Ui close here on Friday night. j
Respectfully,
A. J. CALLAGHER.
1mn vincim; Tuook.
i
la ni uiv in-tances it has been pre-ven I -
' ii. n. H. i r.ittanic uiood lialmVj
'.f ! 1V Ul(i.l IViliM fl-mfo H i i
. cure W.M.d poion in its worst:
-' W,, ail'llll.l, V)tl.
)'". 'cu when all other treatment !
ii.;-. j
A. P. r.niti-on. Atlanta. Ga., writes:'
' la ! J t nnmiii ' nlivr; m .. Inir i
"U the other., and felr ereatlv
i -tiated. 1 believe I actu;dlv
:U." i
.Wi . i ).,.,... ... i: ..
- i'.n-i hi lurun 1UC. ill
vain el-
t-TS to run. it.. ,i;....-. Vi',u li.ii..
In'
I tiii.dly acted on the urgent ad-
a trimd. an,l got a bottle of R. B.
l exptM lruced
a change, and mv t
' s 'ii,i,Mlev w as
11 .
i
in-w hat di-pellel. i
U untd
I had taken six-
n Mine-, and all the ulcers, rheuma
and all other horrors of blood
a n.tve
h-aineared. and at last I
s,,11:i'l .:.d well again, arter an ex
'" "1 twenty vea'r of tortuie."
'k r; n ant. .Maxev. Gu..
writes
M V
i .. . ... i -
, p "tioimeea a tertiary
-; .u.x.i., w-r,. ,;;; ;,t ;:,,:
t uuaiiy iiie ui-ca-e n.-gau eat--kull
bones. My bone- ached :
urv were deramred. I lost rlesli
i:vv
''ejiL'th. and liti hii.iT.i i l.nr.l.)..
I j I ' VUIU' I'UIUI II.
,; S;! ' 1 must surely die, but never-1'
11
.iii'n i niM u-et ten !ottle of.
'b. 1 u ;L pronounced wel linn.:
i- ..f M-.irs. can now w see;i on me. !
1 .'i V.I 1 I .
:tlt I 1 I ... I 1 It. .11 .M'.lV ... !.....
'"'-o mwi uhi mcni
-New Crop Turnip Seed. I have!
lr't tuiOSt CroU O Tnrnin it,o '
K.. v . --v..
in many years, of the iol
varieties White nrfn L-
'lobe.
llue
vi.:.. i it ti
... .
, ' im vjiouc, x enow
;rdeen and "Col. Tom Ruffin."
drr ; UJ -u:ui lo anv
U-::' U W,U bB sold very low
' arrant i,. i i' i
warranted frr-t V
ire To, n d PUre- d-
-MSse Uutll' HiUsboro, N. C!
loiimi Jfr '"""P Seeils can be j
louod at H. llrmr,, i- . t .
I. A. RrniTTi 1- f-
Moro 11 1! l -'--"o, Vi, uy nruo
b'0re, Ilillsboro, N. C.
The prettiest thing in Chapel
nPIt to iho Vcmnr a TTnliTTo
' - . . - - . . . A A C I i A
a perfect , 9
of architectural beauty and go-d wa
taste, it is entirely modern in its i in
11 - 1 ' 1 1 i r .
room and an infant class apartment, i
.of which can m convened into 1 had
his
w hole. It is an honor to the
'.' Methodist church, in the State. I
' I " .
sav that the Chapel Hill people
lor eery meinueroi tne grauuat-
class. Mate Chronicle.
- r . v i " tt.h
under date of the 1st inst., as follows :
commenced tnowiig ray Lucerne
soiling on the 1 8th or 19th of
April. I am now cutting it the sec
ond lime and to-day (June 1st.) I
measured this second growth and
find it 12 iuches high: This growth
has been without rain up to the 2Gth
May. V hat can beat that as a
forage plant? J'rogressive Farmer
e surrender most ot our
space this week to the interesting
proceedings of the bar at Raleigh iu
honor of the memory ot Jude
Kutlin.
A Scilw
of Pater Saves Her
Life
It was just an ordinary scrap ol
wrapping paper, but it saved her
life. She was in the last stages of
eoiiMimpiiou, told by physicians that
she was incurable and could live
only a short time; she weighed less
than seventy pounds. On a piece ot
wrapping paper she read ot I)r
Kind's New Discovery, and got a
samp.e
bottle; it helped her, she
bought a large bottle; it helped her
r,,ore -"ougni anotner ami gi c w net
ter fast, continued its use and is now
stron;, healthy, rosy, plump, weigh
stron:, tieaittiy, rosy, plump, weigh-
it. i -i
DruL'it. Forth Smith. Trial Hot-
ties ot this wonderful iJiscovery
Free at W. A. Haves' .Drugstore.
Xeuntlyic Persona
Arxl those troubU-.l with nervousness resulting
from cure or overwork will le relieved by taking
jiroim's Iron Hitters, Genuine
has trade murk and crossed red lines on wrapper.
3fllaiik Chattel. Mortgages
Land Deeds and Mortgage Deeds
tor sale at this onice
NOW IS THE TIME.
I hope my customers will see the
importance of coming forward and
. . 1 I T
j settling tncir accounts, l am now
j compelled to "close jap my entire
' business, and will have to ask von
I for settlements at once. I don't
, , T I I
want to Iistress any one, out 1 think
. ... . , ' .
lt w be better for you to ca 1 and
see me ana taiK it over. It vou
I'lii'l iiiv ?11 miLn snrnp Kiliafanlnrv
j .. v l J I . . . C ' . w u. l' UVIO.I.W. J
nrr.iTit"in'iit j.
Yours, C. M. PARKS.
Ilillsboro, N. C. Mar. 6. 1!).
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
' -
.
T T I C E
Xl
There will be a special meeting of
Ihfi Board ot County Commission.
ort. buhl on Vnrrliv .Tiinn "1 1 SSQ
to consider the necessary alterations
......
Ot Hie V-OUTt jiouse.
D. II. HAMILTON,
Chairman.
Ilillsboro, X. C, June 17, 18S9.
T
OWN TAXES.
Having been appointed li-t taker for
the tow n of Hill-boro tor the pr sent
year. li, all person-; ate hereby noti
fied that I will be at mv office at the
... ... . i
orange ounty utKerver pi inung oinee
0r lini iiropert torn ;
onal and real.
All jK'isoiis liable for pdl.
are
Iso
required to give in the same.
All tax-pavers must see that their
propei ty is properly listed. A double
tax will l-e enteied against all persons
tailing to give in as required by law.
JOS. A. HARRIS. Mayor,
Li-t Taker.
H
ILLS BORO MALE SCHOOL
HILLSBORO. N. C,
ir.iuw. m..t ...m
Ut v i... ... . ..
ni.i. onMi,n ot r-eiueujoer oi eacu
year, and continue ten months. The
Principal-, to June. 1S".. ha-s had an ex
perience of twenty-rive years.
Terms : English Branches per quar
ter, (ten weeks. $7.ro to $lo: Latin or
ier. en weeks.i to ?10: Ln
Gret-k fl.w per month each, extr;
Hoard. Fuel. Lights and Wr
!rmouth. $12 .:).
, r lurther nartifiilars. addre
extra.
ashing
ther particular?, address the
Trincipul
B. C. PATION.
The Alamance Gleaner save : f
,r,nnt.V,!n T W W V fi.,cr.
U V I -i. -1 iHMVy . . X U JUU
i:.lV.:i XI r; .
o'clock l.-.st Friday eventnrr and
bnried at Hawfields on Sunday
the presence ot a largo ntuiber oi
. TT
knew him. For several years he
been a trreat snrreier
Peace to
ashes.
Rev. William M. Clark, of Ral
eigh, will preach at St. Matthew's
church next Sunday nht, June 23,
at o'clock. Public invited.
3f"Salmcribe for the Orange
County Observer. Only $1 tor i'J,
months.!
new" a d v e i n i s em eIsts
"gJXECUTOl'S NOT1CK.
Having this d:y iunlitiol a- Kxecu
tor of thr e.-tale ot .Stephen W.-hb, de
ceased, 1 hrreby ive notice to all per
sons indebted to said estate to make
immediate, payment, and 11 persons
having i laiuis a;aint saitate- are
notified to present the sain properly
authenticated within one.vearyroin this
date or thi notice will bepleiVf in bar
of recovery. Nsia.
Hale of personal proj)Tty ot :the?vU-
eased will take place on the premises
on Wednesday. July 10th, l'.i.
This 17th d av of June. iss;.
S. II. WE KB.
Kxecutor.
A
CUM PLi: I E N fcAslAPEK.
"Tte Pride of the Xorth Carolina
Press."
J. A. BOXITZ,
Editori
' i ai Staff,
I'. B. KINGSltUKY, LL.
I).
WM. A. II HAKNE,
DO YOU
To akl in building up a paper that shall
reflect the greatest credit on North Lar
olina, no matter where it may be seen?
1 hen patronize
THE MESSKISGEK,
Published in Three Editions.
THE DAILY MESSENGER AND
TILE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
Published at Wilmington. X. C
THE GOLDSliORO TRANSCRIPT
MESSENGER, Published at Goldsboio, N. C.
Til EY ARE LARGE EIGHT PAGE
PAPERS.
Do you want a reliaole paper giving
you ail the news of the world a Dem
ocratic newspaper that eijuaU the be.t
has the largest circulation anil has
for more than twenty-one years been a
part and factor in the growth and de
velopment of the Old North State?
THEN SUBSOPJHE FOR THE
MESSENGER.
TRIAL RATES:
DaHy Messenger, by mail 4
months on trial, " $2 00
Weekly Wilmington Mes
senger. months, 1 00
j Goldboro. -Transcript-Mes
senger, S months, 1 00
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Dr. Talniage's Sermons are a feature of
all three papers.
Address.
J.
RONITZ.
Proprietor.
VT Tlllil CORNEK.
1 banks tor the support given us
in our effort to run a one-price cash
store. It is true we take all kinds
of country produce. We have a
daily train at Ilillsboro bringing in
bargains for our sample room at the
the corner.
Misses Lisle Hose worth cents
any where, we move at 13 cents
White Goods, Plain, Plaid and
Fancy, 5 to 14 cents. Challi.es at 7,
very much better than the 25 cents
goods.
Satines at 9, worth 12 1-2 cents.
Ginghams, regular Zephyr cloths,
at 7 cents.
Pant Goods at your own price
good 10 cents yard.
Straw Hats 5 to 50 cents.
As to Shoes, they move.
Dead Shot Molasses to arrive at !
-0 cents. iaa property at
auy
. . -
price the waon trade prefer to !
i goo . w
AuauNa iui iuc Bupiui i given, anu
we hope to continue to merit a fair
! eb3re ot" vour custom.
H. N. BROWN, JR., X- i)rO.
N
O T I C E
e nervuy k y e nave
this tl.av onahtied a Kve. iimv 'm,
Executor ot the Lst wiU and te-t.irxcul
of Thomas Ruttm. and re,:ue.r nil nr.
- - -
SOUS indebted to mm to make t.:u mefit.
and :d-o notilv all tn iv.il, h vi., -
claims ag-.nii-t his e-tate. to present
them proper! autheniir.ited witidnone
year lrm thi date, or tbi- notice will
be plead in bar l recovery.
Ti s 1st. dav ot June. 1 .
" MARY V. RCFKIN.
Exivutrix.
JAS. II. KL'KFIN.
Executor.
9
to xi it:
In buying out the business of M. C. M. Parks, we
have made arrangements to cater'to the Fancy Dry
Goods and Millinery trade of the Counties of Orange,
Caswell, Pers6i, Alamance, Chatham and Durham.
We will carry the largest retail stock of goods in
North Carolina. Our Spring Season will open with a
loll lino of everything new in
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FRENCH
AND AMERICAN
all grades of HENRIETTAS,
Ail that is new in
8U31MKU DRE
Mr. Jamea Hedgpeth will be at the headof this de
partment and wants to see the old faces that he has
waited on so long.
We are determined that our
31ILLINKUY ROOM
shall not be surpassed in the State. We will say to the
trade throughout North Carolina that has been deal
ing with Mr. Parks in this department that we have
retained the services of Miss Addie Smith, of
Baltimore, who has- had charge of the de
partment so long and run it so successfully. She will
till your orders as heretofore inj
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
Our new trimmer, Miss Dunn, of Baltimore, has ar
rived. She will assist Miss Addie in the Millinery
Room.
Our stock will be enlarged and force increased. Stock
will be in aud ready tor exhibition by April otb.
We will handle this season all the popular brands ot
Fertilizers, Buggies, &c, &c, fcc.
Yours truly,
JAMES WTSBB, Jit. & BRO.
IIlLLSBORO, N. C.
IIOMK AGrAIN I
T AM NOW IN MY NEW BRICK
L STORE where I .w ill be better pre
prffed than ever to serve, my customers.
I .-hall keep constantly on hand and
will receive daily all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES.
FLOUR, MEAL,
LARD, BACON,
MEAT and MOLASSES.
A 1.3(1
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS. SHOES,
HATS, CAPS;
NOTIONS, Ac, &c.
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HARDWARE.
Will keep a fresh supply of
CANNED GOODS..
All kinds of Country Produce will b
taken in exchange for goods, for which
cash prices wilt be paid.
My Stock shall be more complete
than ever before.
Come and see me at ;-iay new store
and I will give you the very lowest
prices in everything to eat and wear.
Your friend.
v II. L. PARISH.
SPRING AND SUMMER
MILLlxNKKY GOODh,
LATEST STYLES !
! A IT R s . M . L . TAYLOR,
UV1
MILL IN E R ,
HlLLSBOIlO, N. C,
has receiveil a large. -eieei autl com
piete stock of spring and summer Mil
! y.. I- I ! Ii . '! . ". . . ....
iinei v ijWN iuiies irees i riuiixiiii;s,
Ac. '.lewely and Notions, a full line.
Agent for liutterick Patterns.
White GNd. Embroidery. Lac-,
summer Dress GMd. Embroidered and
Lace Skirtings.
B-st and!latest New YorkStyles.
CSTPric-eW low lor csh.
-r-xECUTOR-S NOTICE
M
S . . , .....
' Having this day qualified as Execu-
tor ot the estate ot Hils MXllth. dee -1
l ,,otIce l
iven to all pers"us indebted
to said estate to make lmmeoiai? pay-men-
and to all rsms having claims
against the aid estate . to present the
-ame properly authenticated within one
year fn.m this date or th!" notice will
be plead in bar of recovery.
Thi; 3d day cd May. 'J.
H. P. SMITH
Executor.
iuuLicr.
SATEENS.
from 25 cents to S1J5.
N. STRCDWICK,
ATTORNEY-AT LAW,
HILLSBORO, X. C.
Will practice in Orange and adjoin
ing counties. Ollice in the first build
ing east ot the Oeconeeehee hotel.
ICHOLS, BENTON & WEBB,
CONTIiACTOKS AXI HUll.DKUS,
HILLSBORO, N. C.
will take contracts to do all kind of
brick and wood work, plastering, Ac.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
References given if required.
JAMEs NICHOLS.
PETER BENTON",
ALEX. WEBB.
"pKIVATE BOARDING HOl'sE.
You can get good board by the day,
week or month, by applying at vreond
door west ot Lvneh's jewelry store.
HENRY JU GUARDS. JR.
D
RS. STARKLY & PALEN .S
TUEATMF.NT 15V INHAI.ATION
18 m 9 rcrx StrMt, Fb.llAl'. I
For Con-umpiion. A-tbma. l:on luii-. -Dy-pepsia,
Catarrh. Hay Fever. !)-i
biiitv. Headache. Rbeuma'i-m. Nmi-
raigia and all chronic awl m rr'o 1 (
llrrlf:rs. if
"The Compound Ox vgen Treitm'-n'.""
Drs. s-tarkev & PSb-n, No. 1"' Arh
street. I'hilailelpbi u have been, u-ing
for the la-t -evente.-n ve.ir-. is a rjen-
entlrlc adjusrmeijt t tlse elements ot '
Oxygen and Nitrogen iruvjnrUzf'U and S
the comj ounil l- so con ien- a ano j
made port
world.
ible that it i- --nt all over the i
.
I bli. STAUKF-Y t PAl.F.S have 'he
": lib. rty to r'ter to the following nam-d
well-know ;i pep-on- who have tried
their Treatment :
I Hon. Wm D- KI!v, MernU-r of Con-
.rA-. fhila.lett.l.i.i '
- . ,f
- 1 "
itev. Victor L. Conrad, Editor Luth
erafKOb-server. l iniaoeip
h-Observer. Pbiiadelptdi.
Rev. Chi-. W. Cu-bing. I). D.. Roih-I
e.-ter. N. Y.
Hon. Wo. Penn Nixon. Editor L.tr
r,,... l-I.J.-i.rr. ill
lii'. . ii...iv. in.
W. II. Worthington. Editor of New
S'jiith. Birmingham. Alabama.
And thou-aud- or other- m
part of the United Mate1;
, xr , , 4 I TP XECUTRIX NOTICE.
tion ntvt Il 'u'.t'." i- the title ,f anew! .. . ... ....
broetiuie ot two hundred j ag'-s. puU-;
li-h'i Tiy Dr-. tarkey t Palen. w hi h
give to all ijji'uirer-- lull iuionaation j
s.- to tbi- remarkable curative aife'i: .
and a reeord of -evfral hundred -ur-pri-inf
cures n a wide rang of chrome
ca--- many of them after being aban
doned to die br other r-hv-ieuu-. Will
be mailed free to anv ad ire-.. un appii-1 n'! "7 7 . . V,A r OI rcc0Ve;y
cation. Read the br'onchure.! 1 hU rflh d of M 1
d)RS. STARKLY & PALEN.
No. 15iC Arch St.. PhiiadelpLU, Pa.
.J . T . SUA W .
J E W E L E II t
c t n n , IS . J
I car. - SI you WAH UKS rLOCKS"
and .JEWELRY a- cheap a- u can
buy the same qoality anywhere.
Repairing a speii.tlty.
Having a uvw N'hiteoinb Lithe. I
am prep.it ed r -tepbee any pari of a
Wuu h in th best maimer and as heap
as the cheapest.
Ah work sent th oogh the m.rd or by
expre--; sliuli have prompt aitt num.
Your- trulv. I . l I A v .
Feb. -2 . l
PROTECT YOUR EYES !
GLASSES.
f AT? JUlYli? 18TS.
zii-. ii. iiii-Hiii"iu:,
The well-known Optician of C.'u Olive
Street f under Planters Hihim1 St. Louis,
has appointed Me--r-. James Vetb, Jr.
A: llro.. of Ilillsboro. u- Agents forhi
eelebrated Diamond Sj-ctacles and
Eyegia--'s. and al-o lor his Diamond
Non-Changeable Spectacles and Eye
gla cs. Tlie-e Gla-ses are the greatest
invention ever made in Spectacle, liy
a proper construction ot the I -n- a
p rvnij purcha-ing a pair of tbe-e Non
rliangeatdf Gla--e- never hi-toch ingo
thesV- il;te- from the eye-;, and ev ry
pair pureha-ed are guarantie d, -o that
if they Vei leave theeyt no matter
how lu-ted or -ciahhed the Len-e-aie
they will furnih th' paity with a new
pair of Gla free" of charge. James
Webb. Jr. i't Hro. have a lull a--ortment
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a i n i tin Hi' au . no i-ii 10 saii.-iv li'uj"
-elves of the irreat -uneriorit v of theso
(lasses over any and all others now in
use. to call and examine the same at
JAMES WE 11 II. .lit. & URO'S.
Hill-boro,V ,
iv o 'r i j io :
AM AGAIN IN MY STORE next
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to Berry building, where I am as well"
prepared as ever to attend to my cus
tomers. I would be more than thankful to those
whom I have acrommodated tor year-,
if they would help i:e a iittb. as it U
mueh'needed.
O. HOOKER,
DruggM.
HehM't IJojiimI i ii V 1H3'
SSoIiool lor 'onntf
t lo jtiirlH,
H I LLS Ko RO N . C.
rpHE M1SES NASH AND MISS
JL KOLLOCK will ie-ume toe exT--l
ises tt their ".chool on eilnr-oav,
January 2:M. HT.'.K and .will do-.- 11th
June (twenty week-.)
Tuition for day si hohtrs ?J'.00 per
Se ion.
Circulars -cnt on application. ;
'I)RING ALLOT YOl'R W.GO.n
J AND 151 "G(;ii:.S AND MOES
to D S. lib. ton at hi- home 1-J mile
south o ( i i.ir (irovi-, to im li-jialr-d.
lb will takf jiba-uM- in r ep.dt ing all
kinds of work. Paint iug and Valwi-h-iug
w ill b- carefully done, and (be t i sj
matered will be twd. I will tiv to do
v oi r woik m-t a- good a- u'iV mi''
an
d
mr less money. Give m.-.a tiiai aud 1
i w ill do mv be-t to i . 1 - t-e Vou. ,-!io!
1-2 mi!e -outh of edir roV-, N. .
JJe-peetfullV,
D..S. IIIN'TON.
AMES B.' MAO.N,
A tioi:m;y-at-i. aw,
IIAI'I.!. i 1 1 II.. NV
Preti.-i-.. in th Mate and Federal
our'-,
t.-;; 1 oil-.
CI of S iim aiid ReVefiu
: -1'
tod. pro
i.dtv. War taxes f,;t, , u
ut.-d.
Send ren-iti!.
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CHIN W
. GRAHAM
ATT( R N h Y-AT- LA W,
HlI.tI,Ot'f'. n. c. .
Pra ti e. in the Coun'Us of A!i-
nnrj. e';;-we Duihum. Guilford
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Having t!i'. day qu-d:rt... a- Y.x i-
j T"r" ' V1" : ' "' 1 ' -k. 'iee'd.
v e g Vf notice to ah p-T-;?; i b U"l
- ! tV, "J ' l ul I .v.m; and
o
, p-i-.n- n.ivw:g .-s-um- aii:5-t -
i.ai. in j.f--!;!; klf ljl Jr'.'.-riV UUTfi
'i-ated within one e ir from tbi U"
or th i not c.
! rei iiVlTV.
- wid be
pltl in bar o:
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j .t"-ui
'Uv of Mi v. 1 U.
E. M. CHEF.K.
K. I). rHEEK.
Executors.
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iiavmg mi jay fjuaiu:-i a r.Xe"'.
trix of the esUte of the late Dr. Pri.'
JoEie. I hereby give notice ".o all
w.n- indebted to said e-iat- to make iri-m-
li ,ii- payment, and all person li v
ing cia'.ms agoinrt SitiJ c-la'.e taut pre
riit the -suae proH-rly auihentlev -within
one year from this date or tin.
MARTHA ANN JONES.
Executrix.
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