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COUNTY OBSERVER.
Tbe regular manicirjal lflcticn
1! n K O IT f-J U V n at f'hlnt.1 TTill tf.i ,
-Ml' ; i i,v waa neiu unaer ine
!i :: new charter nn TU. At-., a.u
,vY. MAr 11. Ism. U, ijr
r .1 I rmrn Nn 1 1
... -m.iLnju o. jjarDec wan re.
I elected Mayor for the toarth time.de
, kiftion rates:
be l'iiin in aavance,1.0Ma"njg me opponent, Mr. Wm. Rob-
50c
25j
CIH?5 II)U1K.
, etis at :00 a. m. Close
, p. in-
. ;.vl East closes 9:00 a. ra.
'i ! in.
-r.in'i West closes 10:00 a.
order hooks close 4:00 p. m.
" J. ('i.yjjk Chkek, P. M.
... EhziRiehrinK of Durham,
, i.er -n, Mr. Ilenrv Uieh-
erson, thirty votes. The Aldermen
fleeted were Prof ITrdmoo M near a
i Lloyd, Pickard, Ward and Klnttz.
The rjood road Democrats claim it
as their victory. z
I have been a sufferer from
chronic diarrhoea ever since the war
and have used all kind of medicines
tor it. At last I found one remedy
that has been a success as a cure, and
tbat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. E
Gmhara, Gaars Mills, La. For sale
by SV .A Haves, Dru
Lilly
iiahiV
Richards returned
rem a visit to Dur-
KTCTlet
Dewey ox the: Firing Line.
F..r i he Observer, j
Cominnei'mi'iit OIllciox
tit litsifirtiaiti !i;liool
Me'.ane, N. C, May 0, 19.
Thrf Bukhara Boys of Sale have
enj yeil some very ir-tere-ting tjames
t biseWl On the 17lh u!t. ti.e
team from Wbit-eit I- stitu'e pa;d
Bingham a vis'r., a lt:nl and
triediy game vvas I a 3, reui.ir4 ui
the defeat of Wbstsett by a fcc:e i
New Boakd of Towx Cosiuis
SIONERS.
The newly elected Mayor and
Commissioners met Monday nigbi
Present, Mayor Joseph A. Harris,
and Commissioners II, L. Parish, J.
A. Cheek, I). M. Las, George A.
Durham, Jas. H. Uedgpetb and E.
A Rotemond.
Tbe oath of ofSce having been ad
ministered to Mayor-Ieel Harris by
Mayor J. T. Shaw, the oath was ad
ministered to tLe Commis.iuuers by j 17 to 0 Go t'ie 'J'Jnd the third
Mayor Harris team played the Juniors of Graham,
Mr. C R Par:,h
Clerk, and Dr. J. S.
re elected Treasurer-
purgeori was
-both received
every vote cast.
The election of a Town Constable
was postponed until Monday . night,
Mav loth.
Mavor Harris was elected to list
All Others havincr rtratP.l tnitbo inurn ioud fr 1 kOQ
obscure points, 'The Dewey" is Tbe election ot a Sanitary Corn-
now lhe 'only pebble on the beach.'' tnilteo to consist ot the Mayor as J lory over Carolina
was re elected ! defeating them in an exciting game
ot 14 to 4. lhe oiants, as the
third team is now cailtd, .looked,
handsoms in their new uniform.
whieh 'displayed bnghtiy the school
colors, blue aud gold. Ou ti:e lillh
one of lhe most pleisaul games ol
the year took place with ihy Lui
versity of Maryland who caiue Irom
Chapei Hill fiushed with a great tic j
l;nham put.
Mm U Wlllllllia
f!
AregelablcPrq) oration for As
similating iheTcodardRcula
ling the SlQQ2hs audi3ovcis cf
If you want the very hest class of Chairman, and the Commisgioners ! uu a Dne game and Maiyiaud be
Stationery, Papers, School Books, and Town Constable, was discussed, cared the victory by the narrow
Hlank Books, Law Blanks, Tobacco, Tois or some belter plan to look j margin ot only thrte runs Ou the
Cigars, ttc , call at "The Dewey" the after tbe sanitary condition of the ; lhe 27 lb the club of the Aszricultu-
x.. r,r-i Waitt, of Danville,
. her tiller. Mrs. J. S
.M-- A. ;i'r'ni;,i,i f Lexing
; c. w j.rrit S.iL'Jiday and Sun
V, 1 Hi i'ty in town.
;(V. ;i! l .Mrs. L. W. I-o.v, who nected with "lhe Dewey" and the Finance Committee of the re
.n veiling relatives in Chat- owing to rush in business, reinforce- tiring Board to make up their re-
tlun.ei to llilisboro
latest and onliest store of the kind town will be adopted at the next
Hi the CltY. mPPtinfT nf th HnarH .
A motion was adopted requesting
Master Herman haws is now con-
I
(,.., v 'i ci-nts l'iri-nteo Box of :
!;i.M'ts and 2 f envelopes.
1 I.'; -he rr Bookstore. Old books
:fr exchange lor now. ;
Mo,r'', the Photographer, h
-c ai i'.'-' Lno Cotton JVlillM and
u ' I rt-rnuin th!re nboot ten days,
ii" ; j rcf i' '1 to lake "Photos" in
siyh-'s. ('all on him.
Vf. p'c who have once taken
T), V.:' Little Karly Risuis will
li;Vf jive anything else. They are
. firti'j'H httle pills" for torpid
,,,-r :ll irregularities of the
.v-vm. W. A. Hayes.
...Mr. William Snow and family,
v , I iv(; been boarding at the Oc
c .; cdi.'O Hotel tor sometime, have
n, u l n.l" the Hooker residence on
I vrun street. We give them a
i.e.irt v w't'enne.
Wo, acknowlodgo an invitation
t'ri Mr. C II. Jones to attend th
p',vi, txiTtivcx ot the Roek Spring
Acii'my, oi 'J'hursdtiy, Alay lhth.
w:'iNl give us much pleasure to
b: -eni on that occasion.
T;,"r' vvill bf! preaehinir in tho
M- !, himi ( nure.i ai un-t fiaee next
Sir, !iy, M y 1 1th, at 1 1 o'clock a
n .n: 1 at " p. m., by the pastor,
li v. V. 'v. Kii.t. Public cordially
ii.viti-'l to attend thesu eviees.
-Vii enmot, expect vour chil
lrtn to thrive when they are being
l' t ri j 1 1 by worm. Give them a
low (loses of Shriiier' Indian Venni
lie and tiey will bo restored to
p'lin. ror s:ue oy . v. iiae:;,
l)ru:ist.
Mr. and Mr-i, K A. Hughes and
Ihi'ir little scin, Juhu Knfx, Jr.. who
l ivi'hccn living with Shoj John
K. Hughes, near Cedar (hove, have
raivi'.l into their new residence near
town. We wih tor them all happt
,' sMble in this life.
Br. l. A. Rorniner, who had
Ih'iii unending the Stale Dental So
ciety r. I i iU i gl lnt week, slopped
( U'f here on returniti'jf to his home
III Ih'lil-iVllU
merits are daily expected
By order of the Commander in
Chief:
"DEWEY.1
Approved :
J. Clyde Cheek, PropV.,
Hillsboro. N. C.
I. S. Subscriptions taken tor all o'clock.
1 apers, Magazines, Books aud Peri
odicals.
port by Monday, May 15th, so that
ihis Board may know the financial
ooudiiion ot the town. The Clerk
was instructed to notify the Finance
Committee of this action.
The Board then adjourced until
Monday night, May 15ib, at 8:30
It JZ 31 O V u. JL. :
Have moved my Stock of Goods
one door below rny old stand and
am offering to close out, a nice lot
'of Shoes, Drees Goods,
Evading The Question.
She You at benind mo at yes
terday's matinee, didn't you ? How
did you enjoy it ?
He I thought it was one of the
prettiest ones you ever wore. Odds
aad Ends.
Bears the
White Signature
of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Good,, Lawns, &c, at a way down. Boin Tus
T F TONES Browne There is no lime in life
when woman doesn t get m more
ENVELOPE TRUST BURSTED! talk than man.
Six months ago all big envelope Towne-Oh yes, there is.
manufacturers combined. Wc sold Lrowne-I'd like to know when?
envelop fwfnrp. i.hft combine at. 5. lowne Donng the marriage cer.
10 and lr eeritn. Vn sell now the emony Brooklyn Life.
hest intide il i) cent?, per pack. Paper
to match 25 cents per pound. Sara
pies sent on application.
We have the best stock of Books,
Stationery, Sporting Goods, fcc , in
Orange county. Special attention
given to man orders. Have you KJ
ntvii tut; ui unr .
Tin: Hillshouo Bookstore..
ral and Mechanical College ot R
eigh crossed bats on the Bingham
Athletic Field - and alter a bard
tougbt contest the .-core was 7 to 0
10 lavor ot Biugham.
At a meeting of the Kalislhenie
and Pclemic Literary Societies the
following gentlemen weie elected to
act as contestants at the Society Cel
ebralioo at Comajencetnent : Kalis
ihenio Society Pi essdent, N. C.
Boykin ; Vice President. D. S. Tm
nin; Secreiary, J. Cox Webb ; Mar
shals, Howard McKuuiun, J oi Mc
Laughlin, James Johnson ; Orator,
Rulus C Morrow DecUimers, .
11 Peden, Jeie El'us CiCKe and L.
Kemp Neai. Polemic Society
President, li. S. Gray ; Vice-President,
James S. Whitehead ; Secre
tary, N. C. Faison ; Maishais, Hetny
T. Oeborn, James W. Melvee, R. B.
Boone, Jr.; Orator, Archibald R.
Darden; Declaimed, ". P. Le
grande, S. P. Lockhart aud Wade
il. Keith.
PromOiesT)iteUon,Cliccifiil
ncss ztA ResLCofltaias neither
ChprumloiTbinf nor ImeiaL
MOT NAHclJric-
ALx.Smrv
Atutt Sd
ihCarbenattSoi
filrmSced -CLmfud
Suzr t
Aocrfect Remrdy f o r Cortslipa-
lion. Sour Sloraich.Diarrhoca.
brms Convulsions .rcverisn
ubss andLOss OF SLEEP.
lacSlrrule Signature'cr
NEW YOBK.
For Infants and Children.
Bears tbe
Signature
of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Dr. and Mrs Wm. Strudwick,
accompanied by their daughters,
Misses Annie and Margaret, left
here Monday evening for Mt. Pleas
ant, Tenn., to spend some time with
their daughter, .Mrs. T. M. Arra
stnith. This is the first time that
Dr. S. has beeu away trom home on
a pleasure trip lor several years, and
the Observer joins his host of
friends in wishing lor him and his
tamily a pleasant lime and a sate re
turn to their loved ones at home.
ri ALE OF VALUABLE KEAL ES
TATE.
F
N . ('., and st'erit -v
nrliy Sunday with his brother
Dr. .1. S. Spurgeon,
.Mr. John Christina, the road
overseer, i doing some good)work
on the public roads. We have trav
tl' l ijvtT someot ilujm, and wo take
rU iure in saying that the roads are
'i ., , H ... . i i i .
h.ip; wen worKea aim nut in e.-i
cc'unt. condition hy the force of
! in U tinder his directions.
Mr. .1. M. Hayes, .'merit lor the
cdtbvued Wheeler it Wilson Sew
M if l.iru s, in located at, Grahan
:i; 1 i ot IhuiriLit on. as we had it in
.
! advertisement last week. It was j
1 misuse as Graham was plainly!
f.iten in the copy. Read lhe ad- j
tiM'inent on Urd pao.
Mr. L. P. Tapp, ot Kinston, ar-j
T:v' '5 at this place lasi week. Mr.
t:M P will travel for a tew weeks in
'! and adjoining counties in the in
'rtt ot his tobacco warehouse at
K''on. His little daughter, Irraa,
r'-c 'tnjeuiied him to Hillsboro to
hoi grandfather, Mr. Johu
haws.
The Closing Exercises of Roekj
Bv virtue of authority conferred
upon me by a certain judgment of the
superior Court for Orange County,
rendered at M;jr Term 1898 ot said Su
perior Court, in a certain suit then and
there pending, wherein Morris King
was phiintift and Oliver Ileant was de
fendant, I will sell at the court bouse
door in Hillsboro, North Carolina, tor
cash at public auction, on Saturday the
27th day of May. 1S90, the following
described tract or parcel of land situate
in Orange County, North Carolina, and
in Chanel Hill townfhln. .idioinine the
We are oflering goods cheaper lands formerly owned by Wm. Robson
and tbe lands of lhomas Burrourh
than they have ever been in lhe past anU Gilbert Craig, containing b Acres,
UJ'JIU UI IU5S, It UUlit LUC IUIIU WUII-
vi-l hr itnnrl in trust n caid ITnm-tt tr
and cheaper than they will ever be c. D. turner, and .conveyed to said
Kins: bv said C. D. Turner.
rlJMNi OF THE
May God bless friends and- en
emies. May He biess and revive us,
and may He cause His face to shine
upon us a'i May He lead os all in
the way everlasting.
. W. II. NEWMAN.
again.
Although there has been a big ad
vance in nearly all lines, we are
selling at the old prices, and have
TV Jomilto Wtock.
We would invite your special at
tention to our line of
DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHING,
SHOES AND HATS.
This 21st day ot April, 1S99.
C. D. TURNER,
Commissioner.
SOUTHERN
RAILWAY.
THE
STANDARD RAILWAY OF
THIS SOUTH.
The Direct Line to All Points.
TEXAS,
CALIFORNIA,
FLORIDA,
ud do not fail to get our prices CUBA AND
PORTO RICO.
V. i- S 79
and terms on
before you buy.
efitp' AeadeniV will take Iilfton ml Wo orn filtlnrrr nn a larrro hnlhlinrr
-day, 3lay lth. Rev, V. C.
Chapel Hill, will in which to exhibit a new and in-
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
fJh Kind
Vjp You Have
EXACT COPY DP VHAEEE2.
Always Bought.
IS)
Jll
THE JCCNTAUR COMMNI, NIW TOMK CITT.
THIS MACHINE IS SOLD
AND WARRANTED
I NtWHCCK
f simplest!
BY
J. M. HAYES,
v v v
Graham, N. C.
32?" Over 20 Years Experience.
Messrs. James Welib, Jr. &
Bro., have had considerable repairs
and improvements made upon their
wareh?oe. and the larre frame
bnitdmg on Churton street lormerlv
occupied by them, lias been covered
with a steel root. This laroe house
is filled with furniture.
-Mr. James B. Daniel, of Cedar
Grove township, is 92 years old, yet
he is in good health and works on
his farm. The old centletnan was
annoyed recently with a "hoot1' ow
that committed depredations on hisj
farm. "Never mind,'' said Uncle t
Jimmie, "I'll fix b'.ru." He set a
trap and during the night he heard
it fall. Next morning there was a
great big owl in the trap.
Lisbon P. Berry, colored, the
Presbyterian Sabbath School Mis
sionary for the colored people ot
this Slate, is a citizen ot Hillsboro.
He is having a nice residence erect
ed on King street, and we learn that
he is to take unto himself a wile
from the State of New Jersey about
the loth ot July. Jas Nichols, the
colored contractor, is to have ihe
residence completed by July 1st.
4m m
Bryaa's New Book
BF.PUSLIS on EMPIRE?
xm ram??:! questioh
LY
f'l'l V!!0"i pr?V ft'
it.
mi, t.T.-n-.'-ntiry
.? I .- i .
1 1
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
How. V. ! -s A-r.
Edmunds, (,'ia.-; -l.-n. li. '
Mule, linvw Ur. Vi.t, i l.i.v i
Curl rrchiirz, Site 11 .-.,t :
TI2K fetNS.ViI'a.V
Terriioiial Ksi-uiIici
of the I'iute.' l htai"-. t !., i
Kejiubiio as iiaiKl'i I i.j-.u
THE GOSPEL
And row 'iirnopie, K-r.iifors
L'.-ii-en. 'I'niii, ;.u-:i!,
("hiitrn. I'litli i, ;.t..-.4arin, Viil
Jiu'xji. .'.- :i v, 'i - Tellar.
Hon. Anmiew Carnegie.
.. -Jr.' Lns. A. 1-..x :-.(-, Hon. A'lii K. St:v!tMn, Ex-Sfcrtary V,r
.tiv.i.w.ii,.;,!,, i'rof. l)avi-t .S'.iirr Jordan, den' I Weaver, Hon
.:u. b'f i oT i.aifjr.-un.l of h-r.
I:vrr;: v U"U;um Arin ASSOLUTISM: DENOUNCED.
hr.j::ir.::X'.i, "7 UK i'fJi IA.V. 7.' ). '." and ojjw.-cd to the Constitution
.::.'. r ,, . . i f i r. i : :i ici:co, l ad till tlo luost encred doctriueo of out
r r r r
f
i J!
SiYiUZATlOtt AHO OHOADER LIBERTY.
i'.ir. st ;j:jct. f
" ,', tilt t
';U-'p" i.ortt!it of Mr. Hrynn nt th other con-
;: -r - i. f hu-Aiii.; th csncl coi.ditionn nrid ciiftorno in th
t :;?.: ,1 jii l.ok-ul,lihir.jr. A vry honanxa for aiftiul.
tci.uu.:t f uraiih d y uny other Louhc Wo are the o!
It is prof .Jrc-,' i
tributors; al: r;-!
It cani.ot I n i 'j;r:.t i
Ofii'il ruiili-.: .
The first Kd:ti-t', 100 co;.i.. A Ptr?e o,t:.-o l,.,ok. beatiti'al new type.
WK Y J lti-iY c.i .(. or lcr aiuoaiitinj? to 00 books ot one time. ' whoa cash
occcrcpar.ja itr.
r, ,5iA TI,,T R-'U.S.. W mnk no rhnrp for the el-raat. comidfte Proppectoa
.Outti..wtth bla:i ,s u;c. . :-.r . i.., u u IMIH Wi uh ii lot of c.obpj, in order to protect ourlve
tgiitnst rnriiiv ..v..;.: hy Mndii.fr for Out lit with no intention of working, but
merely out of i c:i n-.-.i y. v. ; llr, tt., i ;,r.t. - u ruunxni -p of rood lillh on hiwrt
.UrV''"i ta r,Ve' 1-;'V'P- V: i ""ouot to bt- refunded to Ci-nt upon our
receipt or f.rii; ortii r lu- IO ui,U. .
Best Clotli llirj-lin.r m i in
!(.,. II , if i;. .: - It i "t ".
ns, jyn; n,,,ci iUi iii M,'f',fl dlCi '
JUest rull ilu.-s::t iiii.1;i:4, v itli cda -rfsr-;s
Wrfto lor uiir l'npnr.!!el'd 'I'crta t.i A-nt. Addr-.-s
3.00
THE s?wDEPESwDEWCE COMPANY, Publishers.
FRAflKLIN BUILDING, CH2CACO.
1 J-4TTi.
13
kin Diseases
m
'''Vfhiud, of
lrt u!i the Si-rmon. and lvv. C. .1
i'lrkor, of Durtnro, will deliver
' ' A .hirers A string band from
lr'tiUn is expected to furnish the
i'-u,o.
, -Mr. uul Mrs. J: VA. Allison of
' 100. lexas, accompauied by thi ir I
c IfLii. Annie Knox. Marv Miils!
Labrv. arrived here Sun-
rs. Allison is the on v tlamh-
r'd .Tak
hy. M
"t Mieriil" and Mrs. John Knox
!' 'ii s. This is their first irit to" i
-- ir old Lome since ''.3, and ihey j
v;out 10 return to loxas in June
!.y do you continue to pay SI
" Ai.-ouira Hitters when you can
it tor . cents a bottle from the
!boro l)ril Cimrwuv '
And their Soda Fountain is
"nplv irrand. ( MeatdincPB i n. vt
tmliinrss CM ir,l
-t'f nods and fountain and sec for
it
Hi
creased Stoc"k of
If IT 1 5 IS ITU It J
AND
which we will sell as cheap as io any
market.
ON WAGONS, BUGGIES.
SEWING MACHINES, AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AND HARDWARE,
we are headquarters,
JAS. WEBB, JR. & BRO.
Strictly first-class equipment on
all Through and Local Trains; Pall
man Palace Sleeping Cars on all
Night Trains ; Fast and Safe Sched
ules. Travel by the Southern and yon
are assured a Safe, Comfortable and
Expeditions Journey.
Bears the
Signature of
Apply to Ticket Agents for Time
Tables, Rates and General Informa
tion, or address
R. L. Vernon, F. R. Darby,
T. P. A., C. P. fc T. A.,
Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C.
No Trouble to Answer Questions
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DMiXli R A TOll .S NOTICE.
Having qnalifiefl as Admini.-trator
upon the etute of Mrs. Mary A. Smith.
deeeaod. I hereby nctily all jer-on-iii'lebtcl
to said estate to make iniinr"
li:Ue pavment to and all peons.
bavius elaim aiin-t -aid e-tat mtit
present them to the umW.-ined )roj
erly nnihcniicured on or tM'ton-the 27th
day of April. l'.oo. r thi- notice will
be plead in har of Thiir rH v4rv.
This J7tb day ot April
NEW I. IN SMITH.
Administrator.'
SIJMWKItl
- yf-i p t- t v-t -nr"3"V7 i r fh' ?pedy and pf rmanent enre of
-ilXLlJJ LJN Tt Y ;tftt-r, palt rheum and eczt-ma. Cham-
Our new stock of Spring arol Sum - Ointment is
, , , Mtnont an ormal. It relieves the itrh-
mer Millinery has arrived, and wc jn- and FmartiniT almost instantly and
have now ready for the trade the its contirm-d n.-" f ,v-rts ;i permanent
latest and most desirable styles tor 4 cure. It i.l.-o .-tji-s s iif h. barlx-r'.s itf-h,
ladies and children, and at prices to I sal,J h w"r,; iiipph-s, itchinr? piles,
suit everybody. i cha','tI, ll'Y' cbn-'cic tsj an()
,Vr , J , . i granulated lids.
W e have a splendid fdock o! the ;
Most. FaEhionable Goods in Hats, Dr. Cadv'3 Condition ToTrdrrs for
Bonnets, Ribbocs, Feathers and ! horses are th k.-t tonic, blood purifier
Trimminus. i nnd vermifuge. Price, M cents. Sddby
Ladies' Dres Trimming, a Full For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist
Line of Notions and the Latent : '
Styles in Jewelry. O ALU OF LAND.
Ladies are invited to inspect our
Goods and ee for themselves". On Monday tbe 2'Jth day of May,
Orders from a distance will re- -the e'ourt liou-e door in IlillV
ceive prompt attention.
Mh. M. L. TAYLOU v
Of- AIMl.J:
slSTKIL
I i;a I j:ix.
A'
"ALUAIiLK FA KM FOK SALE.
FRANK S. GANNON,
3d V. P. A Gen. Man.
J. M. CULP, Traf. Man.
W. A. TURK, G. P. A.
WnKliliig-ton, 13. C.
Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure
"Digests what you eat."
A valuable farm. '2 milo- northwest
of Hilbhoro. eontair.in 110 acre5, all
neces-ary outhouses, larrn building,
fcc., well watered and timln-red, will be
told on reasonable torm.
For full particular.- applv to
C. K. PARISH.
IiilUboro. N. C.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
"Digests what you eat.'
Having qualified a- Aduiini-rratrix,
.ll'.'
notice
with the will annexf-,. nj.on
01 Tbe bite Jo-ph 1. Wilkt-r-
H given to ail person- in-lebted to -ai I
estate to m ake itnuiediat' pavm-nt to
me, and all pei-'!i having clatixi
against ?ai.l -Hute mu-t piesent ttiem
j to the under-i '!..-d properly uii, :.:
I cated on or b-tor- the .'i l dav of April.
! !... or ih- notice will bs plead In bar
0! ttieir p-covery.
Thi? 3d ilav of April.
M AllY F. WlLKKKSOX.
Adia s wi;b will anr.. :. d
boro. in obedi-niM- to order of ale in
the cae of A. L. Holden. AdmV ot
Mary K. ('. Hijey v. John l Iiekhart
anl other-, petition to make real estate
a---t-i. I will offer for sale lb? one-third
i Interest ot saitl Mary K. Kileyina.
tr.u t of land lyinjj on north ide of
HilNboro and Oxford road, adjoining
'lands of John I'. Iekhart. amel
Pool and others.- containing atxxit li
" re-, and the Ilfuietead tract ot Mrs
r. - .
; .M.f iviK-y. aooiu ju acre.-, m wbieM
, -he had ffe -imjde.
; Term- of ale : One-third cash aut
balance in and 1 month-with inter -(
e-t from day of sale,
j Thi- Stb day of Apr:!. IsWi.
A. L. HOLLN.,, .
! AdminMtr3Ut-.

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