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mlNTY OBSERVER. ; T sliOUOUGII, N. C. A i Vki ay. - June IT. lfKlFHON KATES : he rrii tn anvance, ti.v" Uu- ... I - 1 fu. v-:ir. to of aTj.;s OF ADVERTISING: ..m,.nts will lf lnfrred tor . !v rti' .... im-l-i. fnr the first - i f;,:v ee.ii. ."orcaeh subsequent pub- AKHOt'iUtlOU. 'Mi -inn tl riot le than five cent ,. ! I l.i. . l.ur.o il tor cards ot 41. j f' il lllioiis Dl iui . - , ,;mi;.i-v ! try ; also lor onuuary no '. . , (. r rh.m thoe 'which the editor i. i. rit- 'i n!itf.r of iifv. Ion i . f .1 ' 1 i 1 I 1 1 " 4- ........ . " o church and oeietv ?nd all . to ib-rived will b.- charged for 'Ii1- I-!'' five cent's a line. I Iti -wt-T I IK O F K I C K OF T II K OR . - . t .it vf v t .tt.m iT i.'t i VritTHlv STORK OK JOS A Jlli.l'i. I ARRIS. Ml.. t I I' 1 T'!' r III"' X 1 1 A . M M A m -m HJRT HoUSK.5?J ' TIM K TABLK NO. 7. is kffktt junk 4, IS 0.3. Tmir No. 1). iiMil, going West, ar ,((. ii Hillsboio at f 53 p. in. Train No. 10, mail, i!'in East, 3m at Ilillhboro at 10.50 :. m. 'I'niiii No. 11, (paeiiger), going V"t. :trriveH at 0 4JG a. m. Train No. 12, (mi xed), giug Kast, x rives at J.l - a. in. Train No. 0j, local freight, (no j.-ii-tfefigerH), oijig K;t, arrives at lu. l' a. m., K'.ivcH at 10.35 a. m. ' Train No. 03, local Ireight, (no j.-i-T .gen-),, going Went, arrives at 1.10 a. in., leavt-K at 4 55 a. in. J. G. Coolhy, Agent. Harvest time. Eist your property. What will the harvest be ? The' outlook for fine crops is fi!cn.lil. Straw Hats at cost at J. A. llari H, .It's. Sirmnons Liver Reulatr never fiils to leiieve the worst attacks t i : h 1 i ' s i iin. With a record like . Simmon- Liver Ifeulaior .all should ue ik f.'r the Lv or, kidneys and bowels. --It will astonish you how quick 's Matnet io Oil will kill all pain. Sold by ..John V. MacRae, Di'ig-iisi, Raleigh, N. C. Mr. Alex Barton, ajed rbmii l',!' fit, liel at ii'lH home ''ear Rob hfiii- S'.ation, on Saturday June HJih. e was sick only a tew days. A fine jouii'j; colt belonging to Major ( -eo' " 1. t"otlins was kilted by the v eg b und mail tr.in luai the M ij i's rehidenee leeenlly. Vuu will be pleael with the mihl'and lasiinu' e fleets t the ,Ja paiHe Liver Pelbi. Try them Sold bv .Ltlm Y. IMacRae, Diugyist, Raleigii, N. C. luh n litiman And hoie- :uxl all animals cured in 30 iniiiDtes by' Wooltord's Sanitary Lotin This never fails. Sold by W. A Hayes, Dniggut, lli!l.sbor(. liev. W. J). Sass(;r, a grailuate of Trinity College at the C'oinmeuee ineut last week, conducted the pray-er-mei-ting services at the Methodist church, Wednesday night. A. Golden, Druggist, Birming ham. Ala, writes: 4,Please publish some ot the1 testimonials I have sent you i'or Japanese Pile Cure." Sob! Hy John Y. MacRae, Druggist, Rah n-h, X. C. Miss Kiiinia Overaker, artist, will be in Hi lsboro evi-rv dav to to t:tKe volir Vhritni-rrmih Tim i work is guaranteed to ne first cl iss. I Prices liberal. .Call at. thn tPnt.in ! Masonic Hall lot. For Monuments and Tomb ftom s cd Marble and Granite of the ircttitst designs -and at lowest prices, call on R. I. Rogers & Co., Da:! .irn, N. C, or write tor price iit and designs. Rev. h. S. McKenzip, of St. Matthew's church, Hillsboro, ex chatujf'd pulpits with Rev. Stewart -McQueen, of St. Phillip's church, Durham, last Sunday. ' Mr. Mc Queen administered' the holy com munion atter tlio morning; service. A child's ereate&t ' enemy is worms. Who can calculate the mis ery ana fttitlering a child ha lo im- dure who is infested . with worms Shnners Indian Vermifuge vill dc Krov and exjel worms trom both cv.idren and adults. Orlv '2b cts. a U'Ule. For sale by A. Haves, The Alamance Gleaner says: At tbe residence of the bride's ta "r, Mr. S. S. Webb, Oaks, June 1, lv,3, Miss Eva Webb to Mr. liar- II. Mt 1 I . . W m m w 'mm I ,,,J" .ucnor. iu'V. AI .1 Hunt ftffi.ii..ii. .i...- ;.. ii;n.K..r., ..w, - ... I'tvwu ri'Dn ana air. III Jlr, young' 1 re.cp - it sop- 'cox stood with the tujpie. After the ceremonv a tiou was given aud an elegant 1-er served to those present. Vou may expect to find Sweet Ji'd Irish Potatoes and Peas ot all kinds at the Confederate Depot un til new ones come, any way uutil Ut vl June or July. X. W. BROWN. & CO. ' Personnl 31cutiou. Mr. Jos. II Freeland, of the Durham Supply Co, Was to town Tuesday. the week. l J -. E. -Mr C. G Holt Who makes ! Georgia big winter hom-, is in towo. j He. tay,. Georgia great State. - j Mr. W A Graham, noii ol Mai jno. v . ttrahaai, is at home trom the j State Univerity to spend vacation. 1 Master Thomas Hill, son of Mrs. Mary Hill, has none to Ala- lama to visit hi uncles, Messrs. Thomas and W. C. Huffin. Messrs. Thos. To rner and Robin Webb, who have been visiting rela tives and frieuds here, lelt Tuesday their return to Alabama. We had a pleasant call Tuesday trom .Mr. Abe Hudson, an employee Mr I r.tr.,. .,U Ml M. Hid f.on is from -Uarulrlph couuty. r. Tt t u.,1 i. j ""ma y . iiMjeu anu .ly, o H.g .towers Cmell Co., i,'.,., h r-.ll rl. t ...nr. lout nl n r.lo mr iihoi.." rein i, uuiuiuaj on their way to visit Mr. Roland C Hill a tew miles east ot this place. Mr. Chas. S. Cooley, one of our furniture dealer, snent. a day or two in Greensboro and Hiii Point last week, looking up some ttirniture for his trade here. He says he saw a plenty of it, and "of the" very besC Rev. W. D. Sasser. of Golds- boro, and sister, Mrs. Jordan, wite of Dr. Thos. Jonlan, ot Hookerton, Greene county, are visiting Mrs. Re- becca Faucette, at this place. They wiil also visit Dr. Jordan's mother, Mrs. W. H. Jordan, in the. couutry. On her return trom Hookerton, Greene county, N. C, where she pent three-week with the family ot Dr. Ihomas Jordan, Miss Haute 1 Faucette stopped over in Durham with Mrs. Jos H. rreeiand to at tend the commencement exercises at fit ' - f T'M trinity college, reiurnmmo lima boro last lnday. hhe reports a de- iighttul trip. Ina iramn ill hull lilavnil nnn I uav iasi weeK oeiween lour uovk, I T . ....I. r,)....L. V A J . ' I aves, Jr., and Norfleet Webb, and - I i.l 11 I I Til . ..w.l.l I'l.liMiiii.iiiiik l.ihn I'loou'inl. I I ItiHL w villi m. iv """ Iv , n- it i .ii t I 1 I ..... I I inrilli I . I ii. It llll'SB . I I r.M 1 ' ' " W A . M . 1. V'V1 01 .iorui, nie 11 mv -, W..1111 ChristmaH, Jr , Jioninc; COoley and (Mmrlu Haves, the ''e.hamiiions were side tracked bv a score of 51 to 30 'in favor ot the four boys. The name was a verv intereftinii one and ts tin- score indicates, 51 lo 30, was warmlv eonteMed trom beginning to enti ui savs tur uovs can i uiv a I i V v ,,. rv . c i' t in.i lhe I) irhani Sun ot .liine lvlh, i . .. i . i I ..i.. f... iiiii.i J ' ... I iht-v w. reside in t l o tuture. Mr. Stairette will nublish a weeklv wishes him omch success with his 9 now venture." Mr. Starrette's fam dv oixuiiv a hou-e on Kinc Street which Mr. C. G. Roll informs us he has sold to him. He also has a Campbell power press at the depot. For Malaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, use IBROWN'S IRON BITTERS T A X K S . Having been appointed list taker for 1,0 t(? o ;,,n-l,,, lor present year. 'Xl. all persons are hereby noti- lieil tli it I will te at mv ottlee m tlie intANci: oi;nty Ohskuvkr prbitiug otliee dm ing the month of June, tor the purpose of listiri"; property, both real ami personal. ; All persons liable for poll, are also required to give in the same. . v 1 1 tax-pavers must see that their i,r,.i...rlr Ij iiiiii.rlr litiwt .bmlilc -tux will be entered against all persons failing to give in as required by law. l'bis M day of June. 1SW. JUS. A. IIAKlilS, Mavor, List taker. M OXUMEXTS AM) , T () M U S T O X K S . If ymi want a Monument or Tomb stone write tor design and prices, sent at our expense. rTVK I'.w thk Frkk; I1T. , DCKHAM KidJo rr. Kaleigb, X. C. Kavetteville Street. i i . k lit-" i i if I v. ; k . ESTATE. Hy virtue ot a deed ot trut executed i to uie hy (ieorgi1 L. Douglass, Adam j W IIaiutI .in.) V-i?iiii.i Itm..! i.- .1,1,1 i - V. . 4 ... ...... ...... ..v. .--..,1.. . .Illl rocometi m ijook. i.. ago r.. in the omce n iwegiier fi wens .i urang I'ouutv. I will sell lor t:Lsii at tie court l.'Ml-. I.V' I III UUI.-.IVi ..... .''It " T 'lUl? '. ui .mi. .-.., a ceri.iiu piece or hi. icsi, .1 wi.iiu piece or trt of land in Little Hivcr township, Orange county, adjoining lands ot U'm. Yabtree and Duneaf O.trrington on ihe north, St. Marv's Ctiajl George Walker and Mary Dortcb on thecast. George Walker on the south, and Rowland Hill and James W. Bacon on the west. aul tract contain SIX HUXDKHD AND SIXTY-FIVK'; AGUES. m re or lcs. and is known as the Adam Douglas home place. . I bis 31st chiv of May, 1'.T DAVID C. PARKS, Trutee. Soumc Mill. Mr. C. B. Grime, proprietor ot . ,h. Shuttle Mill which will .oo bet Jn operation ai the hilled factory near the depot, has rented the resi-1 ones (ruin us present oner, ji r. A Kseraond, and ha moved hta? tntn it Mr Crimen niir manufacture Shuttle 'Block; Hick. ! ory Spoke Billets, Handle Blocks, j etc . etc , and hones to he-'in work i in a week or ten day. He alver- ties for Dogwoid, and later on he w'dl want other kindfof w oul. See his advertisement. Reduced Ratls. On account of the Annual Session of the Grand Lodge of the Knights ot Pythias, Greensboro, N. C, the j Richmond and Danville R H. Co., will ell reduced rate round trip tickets to Greensboro ami return from all points in North Carolina Tickets on sale June 19ih to 21st, good returning until June 20th, 1S93. Also on aceount of Ann ml Meet ing of North Carolina Funeral Direc tors" Association, Clnrloite, N. C Tickets otl gale June 20th to 22nd,S inclusie, cood returning until June' 25th, 1S93 ; Also on account of Annual Meet- ifjg ot North Carolina Liquor Deal eis" Association, Raleigh N. C. Tickets on sale June 20th to 22nd inclusive, good returning until June 24Ul. 189x Also on acconnt of North Cam 1,Iia Teachers' Assembly, Morehead City, N . C. Tickets on sale June 18lh lo July 1st, inclusive, good to return until and including July 20th, 1893. 1 "Jim Crow." Mr. Cader F. Koonce, of the Ob server menauene. has Tini C'row" in trainint lor the World' Fair. Jim has already learned howl to eat corn. Wc notice' in the Bulletin of lhe Norlh Carolina Board ot Health for Mav. the following renort frm j , C3 l ' n , -c . , . , " v' " iwp.nj-.i-11 . v. ui .v.i I r t; n liri 71 Onfl I'liniiDUM.i'i hqi.n v ... 1 m. V vo li.il 111 fildttir uoi.tir.iic I hnru hoe .i...itijm..i.f r. uiiu.iii. a 1 1 1. 1 1; 11.1. J i ..V .J'.. uii a iituuciii-y ui iiPLeuiiei J 1 . rill . . f. , .,!.; K:i.i:. : ..l .r. o & r J there are some citizens ot our lown w r,evur ,,ave t;lken lheir couiny paper. uuiiopu mey win conclude to take it now, and send in eir ,,anie8- lt ,,r desire 16 n 1 county paper, and we hope that not only tlne who live in town,: but , J r . , , ' , that our countrv menus also who are not now on our uooks, wui eu itnuraiiM iiq l.vr lAlMittr l'if. iianr J. -o - r-r-" The Raleih Evening Visitor of prominent attorney of Raleigh, and Susau K. Spears were married Mon- day by Rev. J. J. Hall. A Raleigh correspondent says that there is a bit of romance about the marriage The bride as Mrs. Perry, obtaiued a divorce at the last term ot court, Mr. Argo being lier attorney, aud resumed her maiden name." -sMrs. Henrietta Watson, a well known white woman who lives a - few miles south of town, and a col ored boy named Alston, who lives on her premises, were sent to jail last Friday by A. J. Gordon, on a warrant for gtealini: a plow from Mr. inn a p Alex. Lfovd. Monday they gave bond in $5U and were released trom jail. VVt tli" 15foIc store. 100 Reams ot Writing Paper. 65,000 Envelopes. 400 Rottles of Ink. 3.168 Pen Points. oOQRlank Rooks 2 cts to $5.00. 7 Packs of gooJ Envelopes, J5 cts. A large assortment of Pocket Books and lurses. All kinds of Legal Blanks. Physicians and Surgeons ' ' M' 1 nj i: once. it t i i i. i if i .All Kiinis oi jchdol looKs a.. d Supplies. base Balls and Bats, Croqnc". Sets, tfce. Patronize the Bo.k Store. The only one in Orange countv. Anything you want in the w$y ot a Suamer Drink Soda Water, Milk Shakes, Sherbets, fcc., at J. A. IIarri, Jr's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i o v o o i : or. woo I) : : i oc. wuu i : : : D I am now ready to buy all the ; , J " - " -..- l dogwood i can LTet in any quantity. in any quantity, .. i deli ered at tbe Wh .1... J , , . . . , . ir k j j any length from two fecl up. Reg - i olar price from $5 00 to cM0 per I corJ ! ' . C. B GRIMES, Hillsboro, N. C. ! FOi SALE. GOOD MULLS. Q I On time or for ea-h. Apply to or ad tire.. THOMAS D. IT" UN Eli, Hii'sLuro. N. C A Trip to the Countuy. Our clever postin-isler, Mr. Nate W. 1 '"O last Saturday to attend Quartwly i Conference, which he wagrture met 1 Imagine his sor appointment hea he and found out that he aou '"'Hi reaetscti mere urn riilv one week abend of timr 5 He eoud either remain tlee until the n.i car,i?r returned to IlUU- boro an 1 ride back hrne with blnj, or was, lie et iic;u ifd to walk, ! -id arrived at imcje safe and ore, 'and is now ber.onfly con-idering w hether or .not. he--will attend the Conference which wiil 'meet at Ce dar Groe Saturday, June 17ih. Mr. Brown i- a worthy Steward in the M. E. Church at thus. place, ami we 'Sii upon hi t!.itig ain even it he ras to walk there and back. There i nothing like good exercise tor health. Runaway Marriage. Mr. R. J. Marks and Miss Effio Fiannigan, both ot Greensboro, N. C, reached hero Wedneday morn ing on the mad train trom that place. I" the afternoon they were quietly married at the Occor.eechee hotel by Rev B. S. McKenzie, in the urts- ence of a lew witnesses. The bride! is a daughter ot Capt. Fiannigan, ot the revenue service. Third Quarterly Meeting. The 3rd Quarterly Meeting for HilUboro Cedar Grove Statiou will be he'd at Cedar Grove Satbr- day and Sunday, June 17th and lbin. Ii5S Cotton Mills.Big Falls, N. C , J. II. Harden & Co., the Fash ion Breedinu Stud Stock Farm, J. HJ Harden, proprietor, Leroy, King fc Co.,.J . D Kernodlt, ot Graham, N. C. and Junius II Harden, of Big Falls, N. C have each filed deeds ot assign ment with J. II. Scott, Jr., and Jacob A. Lonq as trustees. Big Falls Cot ton Mills makes no preferences, ami T T T " T 1 I - I Junius ii. iiaruen, uno was at me tiead of the other business hou-es, makes no preferences in his indivtd- i ual assignment, not even reservmn the exemptions allowed by law. For the Observer. Good Fnrmiiig. If the' town could see John T. I login's farm, Brown says it would secoud the motion tr close all busi ness and the schools and march down aud trive three cheers for Ho- ian ui Orange. "Country Roads."' -Old Aunt Patsy S'.rayhorn, col- ored, a crazy Woman, WS broUht I. ..to M.u.div from hor hi. hip near lieie -Holiday noin ner nome mar (Jniveisity Station, ami i'it in fail for safe keeping. We leant that the aulhoritivts at the Goldsbor.o ay turn have declined lo receive her, and the noor unfortunate woman will have to stay in jail until some other ariauuemeutn are made. Jut received a complete lino of Straw Hats ft cents to SJ UU each. At J. A. Hat ns, Jr's A Bargain. A 50.00 Sewing Machine and a silk Dress Pattern, bolb for 40 0). Apply at this office. English Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps aud Rlernishes from horse", Blood Spav;ns, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-bone, Still cs, Sprains,-all Swol len Throats, Coughs, etc. Save 5u by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist, Hillsboro. BROWN'S. IRON BITTERS 0:n Inl5.'-..t;o:i. '! .' isncss, InH T.;'.a. idew- ria. Nervoum-?. a?ii jthI Ii Li'.ty. l'hy- rinos ri-i'iimioi-r.-i it. A! : '. a1. -t .1 !t. o u 1.1:119 hts tra-ie mark a::.i ere-! red II:i.h ttt M-rapr. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CALK OF VALUAHIfc LAND. i lursKut to an order of the Superior 1 'tiirtj, a faue cinintv m case ot ym 1j a hi- own riirht .and ns Fx--- utor i.f ,!..! R 1'etly. deeei-- i. . r I'i'r't . 1 win I : the highest ! .?oor m HtlU' !'.. . tr '' i;i at t no (T.i;r: , M,,n in ' ' i jV. .1 : ei II l'"''lidiij. i:?"g' 'i., i i f l'l Ii - 1 K ! I tJ:-' W a th ing :.". Nu-wii ':'-un Host-'" tr:t.' if ;oi ;if-rev. .i ! tr id of i i:ri i t1 Wtu. eurt'-v. ufijt-et to t!i. lite -; ite i'etiv . w lro is tenant bv the Ol:e ;hir i of pnr.fiae tno:: -v ii' j requiri-d " ; .:,,v i,; s.tJ :tnil fs.ii .to. - ai I -ix ia n-h-. liireJ and .n-urti v tr ?-; tVire-! j -immi '.t. 'liti ri-'Tvi' i until all tin- pen mor.y i- i-aid. 1 his ;rd dav of June, l'.J. W. . PETTY. ( onim -'';:er. s Add: OF VALUABLE LX!. 'e!.:v. .Tulv 3rd. Wxl. m tli ?.ir in Hill-?Hfroii :Ii. I ... nili -! :.r,...h to tm- htgr t ' r. o JIVw V??r ' Ring o?t 10 t reek, to-w it : o:i..; j, rr,--tr. rrrns ? !; : v-" r ir.ii i n i a p:t ri ti i:iii:'i- ' bam tn t. a.lj.ioin the S.id- I -y -A:..jr r. J. !. AwAt-jsr arul tl. -r, ; and co:r .,.,.;, 1.7 acre-, m r- i-r P... ' A - - eihcr tract aiioo.iwg tb - . . a . 1 oth-r tr.ict . a the North c:tt .i : ;icrv ::i-r-- ..r less. Thi- m! i- uiide in ae'.'jrdai.c v. uh 1 a decree ot tl:e Siprior - ou t t Or-! j arie !i?y. N. e m i le u.t March ' Tt na. 1 in iii action therein landing - ' entrtl-1 u ia. I'etty in his own r.hu : an 1 a- Ks.ru or of "Stephen 1. iVt'yf .1 W ' - . i? -in I f W Sir,.n.' . " - i ....... .ft .1 I , " . . . . . 4 A . To.- 11 I.v ot June, i "..;. s. m. G rn. ' . - PHING & SUMMER GOODS. v- W. .1 r . :r t - ir. hoTQ and Qr3n Co, lhal wc Upking I UMMFP STOCK j -1 . ; MUUv Where, we purchased from some of the to soil the extreme carcity of money. We keep in Stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ROOTS. SHOES, II ATS, GKOCKRIES OJL KVKUY 1 I liJt 1 1T I IV Come and inspect our goods before save you money. We take bofrter and sell you ood your hands. Thanking you for paM favnrfs, yours truly, OPjE DOLLAR is easily t;ini.l by niv u? t-ttluT !-x i stiy j-art of tin- ouutry, rio is wirtii! to w rk iiilu triouiy at tli.- einj.I.) m-ct which we furnipii. I he labor h iint anl nieafant, a'nl u run in ri-ik wlir.t'vi-r. We K jou t.it C"ii.jii-I-, !!u thai ou ran (.'itc t b'iiit a t? ial itliut -.-i. ... io vour.-i ii". l v.r t r i - - willinc tu ! a htiK- wuri.. this is t!'.- prandet oiTtr ina'it-. Vuu cun'utrk fll dav, r in the rvf uinp onh . tf rotj ar- mi. jiloye.l, and have a ffvv jj.a- l .tTir- at :ur -sal, initial- thni. and add to ur i iirm. our bu.-iiic-s will not in' i f . re at a!t. Viuwid be iniiaz.'d ci. the start at lh rapiditf and t.w ty which oa atoa dollar upon d2lar.lar in aad:' day out. I'.vt-n bt-pranns an- huc s-lui from tli t lir-t h ur. Any one can ru a th bu.-iii' s - i nm- ! fail.- You should trv imthii.e lse until vou ip' be iHiiaz.'d ci. the s-iart for yonrst-lf wh.it you can do at the toi-hif ivhi.-l. -.1-..tf. r V, ." .o . .i t 1 ri.L-...l W..T....I-. in prran.l woikcr; nuwadav thi-v nnk a' tuucti us Imn- Thvy should trv thi bufinc-, a it i wt.n :llJ .ipttll to tMf.m write ar oner r.nd ( for yourself. Addrc.-B 11. iiai.i.i:tt x o., Uox tiO, I'ortland, Me. XlGHT yHSISG WW! I 12 r . r I I 1 V 1 titr- MOST ?'-i DURABtC. I rltltST I lJ UAJtACr, THE BEST IS THE' CHEAPEST. Send TEM cens to ?3 Un'onSq.,K. Y., for our r-'xo same, "Dtmn tuck," and vrt n a Njw'Home Sewing t.tacrrtne. The New Home Sewing Machine Co. ORANCE, MASS. "Ucca FOR S.LE BY c. Agent wanted for ;.raug County. ' BOTANIC 4 P A thoroughly tested Remedy P FOR ALL BLOOD and SKIfl UiStASts. TM qii.ri rem4y Jim tn trl4. n4 not f. jn i wntir.?. tt Uny 7n y tn raioi'. rhj..-:.-.. c--l r. wilt c-r.!" f fjm cf 5.'-s.- fof mli'U it ; fWOT r-!-;!. r.T r :ils 1j mfit fn-ru if r:-ri u. 'cai'-s-.r n4 f !?ctoUf finvirg ul fcjl 2im a. rrr ffrr iht yt-m thrmth tr ciriTr. f tb m, Hnr r-l kel- r -v wi:f -.,3! r.r Lrt i-r.; : u , ri it i t t'. r-ti:t ' J '" ?'''' ipri;t '. 'i. 'f,ra si iocs ci" i j J 5 1 J lf 1 r r- VrOIKIJi. irwrm mj-mwwm. IHtnur tanil jrlon. UfcTT r. ICturatDJtUttn. L4i-r. bUtnrt mid-r li --. Otumie VTraA. ntM, rrvti lilanm. etc. INVESTIGATE rO TOURStLF. for car f 1UmW of nlu.il laformttoa. t.r-tirr w-r- fsil .rry of rrtir; o: : . f esr- frni sc:t.U-t ti tt t- .-tt v.r crt 4.". T-r il !.t& 10.-" t4 r- 1 T !. -rt ic-at- t-.tr7 s.Ji to uii-r'.iJn .Bti. tht ii J1a:sj ". tfc l. c . ,-:-. . B "fit ivS rr.'.i ;..-r!ui il.l rur.-cr ef i tu ti.e of . 1. " FiJCX-fl- yt : IP. f-i-r 5 t-ctges. For t v dr.?.. ; I! i-t. 1 1 c-- i r 5 A44ri BLOOD BALM CO , At!U. G. 1 5V5vNTrSx mm a a M " B 1 Jll II urn i ii ii 1 1 '"-lit m a (-1 -J I rii ii ft ii ii I ii Tiki i wm mm mm mm mm mm mm 9 VzJVi3 mjissr ZJ I . : t-i. . t. i-... juHl rrcci-ca onr KPOM hUUJI TIIK NOUTHKUN MARKETS, best bouses, and can make price; HARDWARE, CROCKERY W A 1 1 E, Ac. purchasing e!cwhere, and we will a cheap as It yon had the cab in MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! HlECTRiclSB;,r!' A iKjZ "lN 48 HOURS a , 500 Reward mi r.d Cirrtilars and Swcri Proofs Mlf X3' el fre". - a"lfiu r-? fVet.l iTjlllltKPJs PiBRF-"" ' rAAu LjMg I I 2o. 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