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ANGK COUNTY OBSERVEK. OROUGH, N. G. fjmRSPAYy - - - - - - jAy- 30 1902- -UBSCBIPTION RATES : ar to be paid in advance, $ l.CU fii j mon-M, m w u jvirae months. KATES OF ADVERTISING : .,,rtiements will Te insertetTtor 4,1tt nquarc(onc inch) for the first 1 fitt-V cents for each subsequent pub- ''rontracts for advertising lor any VI or time may be made at the otriie ORAN3E COUNTY OBSERVED, or 5y coin-espondence. gouthera JBfcailw&y Co. !T EFFECT JUNE 23, 1901. WEST BOUND. jf0 11, Mixed, Raleigh and Greenboro, due at Hillsboro 3:12 a. m. No. Local Passenger, due at jer, one at Hillsboro 10:25 a. m. j;0. 7, Local Passengt Hillsboro 5:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 12, Mixed, Greensboro and GoUlsboro, due at Hillsboro at 2:80 a rrt. No. 8, Local rassenger, aue Hillsboro 9:12 a. m. Jn 26. Local Passenger, aae Hillsboro p. n. . - No. 8 makes connection at Lur- ham for Richmond. Nos. 63 and 04, Local reiguts, due to leave Hillsboro 11:1- a. m., rfailv. except Sunday. TCmrp.ss for all trains roust be at fiepot one hour before train time. C. G. Pepper, Agent. at at post Oiliee Hours. nffine ouens at 8:00 a. m. Closes at b:3U p. m. Mail qoing East closes 8:45 a. rn. and 1:50 p. ra. Mail ohi2 West closes 10:00 a. m. and 4:35 r. m. Money order books close 4:01) p. m J. Clyde cheek, P. M. For the Observer. I?ullio Roads. MebanevN. C , Jan. 22, 1902. Mr. Editor Dear Sir : I have lately been examining my works on brood Roads and Engineering:, and had occasion to examine some of the prtnoipal roads in -Alamance county, and I am satisfied that it is possible for us to have better roads in Old Orange. While we may not be able at present to. make regolar gravel roads, with some additional expense we could prepare much better dirt ways, I think it would be essential ly necessary to have at least two good engineers to personally super intend, who have some practical knowledge of grades, levels, 'draft, &c, and a small amount of machine ry, a roller, scraper and plow, which if properly attended to, might be used for different sections. There For the Observer. Tfie General Cir. JS. A.n dorson Chapter ol the ' . O. . The annual election oi officers was held by the Gen. George B." Ander son Chapter ot -"the.. United Daugh lers ot the Confederacy on Monday afternoon, January 20th, at the resi dence of the Misses Cameronand resulted in the re-leotion of the old board, viz : Mrs. Geoge P. 'Collins. President ; Mrs. Thomas Ruffin, 11 Vice President : Mrs. Rbina N. Webb, 2nd Vice President ;, M io3 Rebecca Cameron, Recording !Scu- i eiary ; Miss Anna Alexander Cam. eron, Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs Mary Ruffin Hill, Treasurer, and Miss Margaret Norwood, Historian. There was a very full attendance of members and an extremely satis factory and harmonious meeting. The annual reports showed a very creditable year's work, and satistao tory condition of Chapter affairs. All dues bad been promptly paid Or- has lately been a' road, leading from Mebane to Haw River, made of din, and I think a horse to a buggy oould veiy ueauy irui over, every yaru oi q State Division and Gen. u, ana a team coma perhaps araw at der aod all pledges redeemed. The Treasurer reported $61.30 as raised and disbursed, ot which 21 90 went to the support of the Soldsenj' Home and Hospital; 86.00 to the Davis Monument Fund ; $2.00 for the support of the North Carolina least a third more on it than on the average . roads in our county. I have traveled over and examined al! the roads in Orange county and know whereof I speak. The work that we have done, for want ot proper engineering, leaving the road Room in lhe Confederate JMseam in oea 10 aisu sbape witnout water Richmond Si.00 to the Bull Run urease, bc, resuus in a unai loss oi Cemetery Committee, and $19.65 perhaps not less than twenty five wa8 added to the fund for Abe far percent of the work done. I have robing of the Sitting Room at the heard some ot the farmers say tbey Soldiers' Home, to be known a "The wouia oe willing 10 pay some aaai- Orange County Room." nuuai iax. iu uavw ueiitsi ruaus, auu it is apparent to all that bad roads are a severe tax to any people, and especially to farmers. It may be claimed that we are not able at present to make improvements. The main point appears to us to be are wo able to do without good roads as such are doubtless a means of pros penty to any people r 1 suppose in Have you tried those fine Span jh Mackerel sold by Fancy Grocery See advertisement of good land for sale privately by Allen Camp-tell. Mr. John Laws killel a hog one day last week that weighed 401 jpoonds. i'reuy gooa nog. --If you want a good Cigar, try Baltimore Crooks, Exports and Utiion League at Faocy Grocery Co i U tiiJWUlU MMIW tuav, i' UlCV ill Ilor.ey atid Tar is absolutely the bei tor nil diseases ot the iliroal and .lungs. Dealers are authorized to gnarnmee it to give satisfaction. W; A. Hayes. All scientists know the pror.e- r.ess of insects to deposit their eggs in decayed iruit. What creates worms ;n the human body ? Think "t this, and give Shriuer's Indian Vmuitage occasionally to your chil dren. For gale by W. A, Hayes, Uruggtst. Wo snrrender most of oar space this week to the proceedings of the Gen George B Anderson Chapter ot the United Daughters of the Con fedfciacy, a very patriotic aDd wide awake organization of Hillsboro la dies, and to a very sensible letter on good roads from our venerable the spring of the year would be the - II vww V W mJ um proper nine ior me principal worn jor-j .n Mr jnaou A IU HO UUUC. JL DUUU1U lUCBQ 1UCUS respectfully that they may slead others to consider and some good may be done in this direction. Respectfully yours. GEO. W, TATE, If you live to eat, or eat to live von can always find the best at Fancy Grocery Co. Mrs Leo I). Heartt, of Durham, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Graham, at Hillsboro. m - m. sum Mr, .James A. Uheeic otters a reward ot 83u0 tor evidence that will convict the parties who caused his stores to bnrn March 17, 1901. Read the advertisement, work ' up that we the case and get the reward. The Chapter proposes to itsolf as its next work the purchasing ot markers for the graves of all the Confederate Soldiers the men, who, in the early sixties, "Marched, a way to the fair fields of fighting men" - that are within their reach. The election of officers being: over, and the reports having been m ade, on motioo of Miss Anna A. Cameron a unanimous vote ot thanks w.ns ten- edi tor of the Orange County Observer tor his patriotic action, and uniform kindness in not only publishing all notices ot meetings, etc, but. in al lowing us the use of his columns for the furtherance of any 'Chapter object. A resolution of approval and sym pathy and a hearty endorsement ot the action of the Lexington Ken tucky Chapter U. D. C. in protest ing against the presentation of the drama of "Uucle Tom's Cabin," was passed on motion of the Correspond iug Secretary, who was instructed to communicate said' resolution to ihe Lexington Chapter, and assure them will endeavor to have sim- Mr. and- Mrs. H. P. Hackney, of Durham,' spent Sandav here with her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cbeek. . If any Demociatic boy irv this county, xei ween the ageB 1 lo and 20 veartf, desires to enter tiiH com petitive examination for the U. S. Naval Academy appointment from this District, he should at once write Congressman W. W. Kitubin tor permission to enter the contest. 'Pl ...ntnir..i: ' ..,.11 1... ' U I -J r- X lie eA"i:iii,.uii win uts . ueiu . ill Greensboro or Durham about the middle of March. Rev. W. II. Moore, Presiding Elder of the Durham Di!iriet, will hold hi fi st quarterly meeting on the Hillsboro Circut for this year, at the Methodist church id -Hillsboro. on Saturday add Sunday, Feb. 8th and 9th. The Presiding Elder. will preach on Satin day and Sunday, and the business meeiing will be held immediately alter bis sermon Satur. dy morning. All of the otficia members of the churches on this Circuit are earnestly requested to attend.- .XV-Vy ; -. ": ' i-On account of the South Caro lina Interstate and-; West-Indian Ex Dosiiiod. Charleston. S. C , the Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets to Charleston and return at greatly reduced rales From JJnruam, season ticket incited to June 3, 1902, 813 50 ; 10 day ticket, $9 90 ;;7 day. ticket, sold on Tues days and Thursdays, S7.00. At pro portionately low rates from all other stations. For further information call on any agent of the Southern Railway. & vr-v r rr, -i r i , . rr l t I 1 V f W XI "VI I I V i i ii i i . t r i r ' i i l i m it II I I - I I M VI1S II E 1 SI w Tlie Kind You Have Always Bougnt, and whicn has been in use for over 30 years, lias bornft t,li nnnY- , -r . v 'tyMJim.M.j VX. and has been made tinder his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-gOod" are but : -Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ; Infants and Children Experience against; Experiment, v at Is CASTORlA Gastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,- Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It' assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep, t The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend." J CENUINE GASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ilar action taken by our State Di vision. r ,v; Donations to the fund for the Or- Use I ansre Countv Room were received A Profitable Investment. "I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach aud in bed half my time,'' says E. Demiek, Som- erville, Ind. "I spent about 81,000 and never could get anyibiusr to bep me uutil I tried Kodol Dys- pepsia Cure. I have taken a tew bottles aud am entirely well." You den't live by whst "youeat, but by what you digest and assimilate. II vour stomach doesn't digest your food you are leaily starving. Kodol Dyspepsia Care does the stomach's worn v aigesiing me xooa. rou don't have to diet. Eat all you want. Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles. W. A. Hayes, Mr, Z. T. Lloyd, of Franklin Texas', who has been visiting his father-id law, Mr. W. D. Sykes, in Bingham towuship, brought with him from Texas a cotton sialk and preseuted it to Mr. Sykes, who uses it tor a walkiniz stick. The stalk wap originally 8 teet in height and fcad over 100 well matured cotton The KM You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY- We S a Ad el irpEIE SOUTHERN KA1LWAY JL Heads Should Never Ache. Never endure this trouble. at once the remedy that stopped it from .Dr. and Mrs. Wm, Stradwick. for Mrs, N. A. Webster, of Winnie, and Miss Hamilton, and the eollec- Va. bhe writes : "Dr. llmgs JNew iion taken up for the same obiect re lAie i-iiis wnouy curea me oi sick suited in a sum suUicient to com- headaches I had suffered irom for tdete the amount oledaed bv the Chapter for this purpose, over which there was much rejoicing. The following invitation was then read "GS Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, S. U., Dec. 13, 1901 Mrs. George P. Collins, President Gen. George B. Anderson Chapter, U. D. C , Hillsboro, N. C. Dear Madam The Woman's Department ot the S. C. Interstate and West Indian Exposi tion having invited the South Carolina i Division U. v. t;. to name a day ass feolls on it. two years.' Cures Headache, Con stination, Biliousness. 25o at W. A Hayes' drug store. She Wants It Published. Gooch's Mexican Syrup has given perlect satisfaction in my family, and W a 1 want to recommend it to every one as the best remedy for coughs, colds, aud all lung troubles. A franA Hl (1 W rn... All JUUHB ,a"J. " " T , uv j .7 t been forced to quit work and who U (1 y - r-i ! -I rt ' -l m i . I C3 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of BEST FOR THE. SOUTH. SEED POTATOES ONE OF OUR LEADING SPECIALTIES. We have thousands of barrels in stock; the best riaine grown and Virginia Second Crop Seed. Wood's 1902 Catalogue gives comparative crop results, both as to earliness and yield, with Maine grown and Second-crop seed. It also contains much other useful and valuable information about Potatoes. Write for Catalogue and Special Potato Price list. Wood's Descriptive Catalogue for 1902 gives rel iable, practical, up-to-date information about all Seeds, giving liotionljr descri ptions, but the best crops to grow, most successful ways of grow ing different crops, and much other in formation of special interest to every Trucker, Gar dener an d Farmer. Mailed free upon request. T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Truckers and Farmers requiring large quantities of seeds are requested to write for special prices. G' OOD LAND FOR SALE. 1901. I wili sell privately some very valua ble land 4 miles southwest of Hills-! boro, containing 65 acres, more or less All good wood land, with a fine spring of water on the northeast corner ot tue tract For further particulars or information AND .r j '.I. i u uivwiuu irieuus wuu cuuHuiupiiou ua uy vue Daughters of the Confederacy Day to -.dre. Luke Nelson, formerly use ot Gooch's Mexican Syrup been be celebrated by the Chapters of that Miss bettie burton, a niece of Mr. restored to health, and is now at Order throughout the States, April 12. James A. Cbeek, of Hil sboro, died work earning her living and enjoy- 1902, has been chosen and we cordially at her home in Durham. Fridav. ; nnnA K..i.t. sv, 0r,f0 ma extend to you. your officers and mem- .ln oi o. o .nnu m r .1 f? L t-. ber?, an invitation to visit Chaileston on T , , ' puDtisn m as it may ue me meauB that day and join with us in its eel e- " ... 5..it,.u,j-. xuo ucucaseu wao pi saving ine me oi some oiner con- bration.. We wish to bring the Char aoorn 4j years or ao:9 ana leaves a sumntive. husband but no children. The re- R. M. Fleming, Pioua, O. mams wic urongni 10 iiuisQoro on tiooch s Mexican Syrup cures a tho 10:25 train that morning and simple congh as it by magic, and is were carried to the residence of Mr, the best remedy for whooping cough. "aisles . vvneeK, irom wnicn piace jfrice I25c. the funeral services were conducted at & o'clock n. m . bv Rev. J. W. Call for what von want and see Goodman, pastor of the Preby- if we haven't got it. Fancy Grocery tenan charcn. lhe following gen Co. ttenien acted as pall bearers : Messrs. ' ve,-,r;e A. Durham. O. J. Forrest,' Menry N. Brown, Jr., Scott Cites, George C. Lynch, John R. Roach and Joseph A. Harris. The inter tnent was in the new cemetery. Maryland Club, Duke Miztore Touch Down, Durham Bull,' Hob- Seal of n' Choice, Lucky Strike, C, all first-class Smoki The County Commiesioners will bold their regular monthly meeting next Monday, February. 3. It you want Fresh Cakes TJneeda Graham Wayfersj Biscuit and Jinger Wayfers, Fruits of all kinds, send your orders to Fancy Grocery Co. Rev. Joseph Blount Cheshire, ters ot our neighboring Stares in closei intercourse with those ot South Caro lina, and surely no more fitting place and time couid be chosen for., their meeting. i Hoping to welcome you then and ex tend to you every courtesy and pleasure possible,, Very truly yon rs, LEE C. HARBY, Chairman Convention Committee." And the Corresponding Secretary- instructed to make suitable acknowl edgements for it. There being no other basires9 the meeting adjourned until -February- 13th. , REBECCA CAMERON, Recording Secretary Gen. G. B. A. Chapter. M OUT GAGE SALE OF LAND. WINTER MILLINERY. Our New Stock of Fall and Winter Millinery has arrived, and concerning this land, terms. &c, apply we have now ready for the trade the to me at ray home 2 miles north ot latest and most desirable styles foi ffi I'Ladiea and Uhildreu, and at pricee uluuc. l. : ..l .A.. AT.r.F.V HA-MPItPlTT.. cuii bci vuuuj. We have a splendia siock ot tn Most Fashionable Goods in Hats Bonnets, Ribbons. Feathers and Trimmings. A Full Line of Notions, Ladies Dress Trimmings, Jewelry, &c. Publio invited to inspect oui goods. Orders by mail will leceive imme diate attention. MRS. M. Li. TAYLOR & SISTER. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Orange County. 5 J. P. Taylor, Adm'r of Ann Eowlin, de ceased, ' Against James, Bowlin. . .. . .-!Notiee.6f Service hy tublieation."' By virtue of power given in a mort gage deed xecuted by Martha E. Maise to Arcn. Crabtree, ana properly re corded in the office of Register of Deeds lor Orange county, in Book M. page 47. the undei signed will sell tor cash to the highest bidder at public auction at the court house door m Hillsboro on Satur day, March 1, 1902, a tract of land thut Eirbeit Johnson willed and deeded to Martha E. Maise, being the laud on which said Martha E. Maise lived ac the time the mortgage was given. Sale U made to satisfy said mortgage and to pay costs. l'hii25'thd&v.of Jannarv, IS02. ? ARCH. CRABTREE, .P- . , Mortgagee. ACE OF VALUABLE LAND. Announces the Opening of the WINTER 10UR1ST SEASON AND . The Placing oi: Sale ot lIccuvIoii Ticket To ail prominent points in the SOUTH, SOUTH WKST, WEST IN DIES, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA, Including St. Augustine, Palm Beach, Mi;mi, Jacksonville, Tampa, Port Tnmpa, Bvunswit-k, Thomasville. Charles ton, Aiken, Augusta Pine- j hurst, Asheville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Mem phis and THE LAND OF THE SKY. Perfect Dining and Sleeping-Car vice on . All Trains. bei- : See That Your Ticket Reads VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Ask any Ticket Agent for full infor mation, or address R. L. Veknoj, FI RDarby Trav. Pass. Agt. City Pass. andT. Airt. Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C. S. H. Uardwick, ..... (Jdieral Passenger Agent. J. M. Culi VV. A. Turk, Traflic. Manager, Asst. Pass. fraf. Mgr. Washington, D. C. gALE OF VALUABLE LAND. In obedience to decree of the Supe lior Court of Orange County in th special proceedings of John T. Black wood against Wm. J. Blackwood, Lucy E. Blackwood and Charles A. Andrews for sale of land for partition, I will offer tor sale at the court house door 'in Hillsboio on Monday. February 3, J902, the tract of land conveyed by J oh v Blackwood to Wm. C. Blackwood on March 31, 1831, according to boundaries ?et out in saiu deed, containing as sup posed 89 aeres, and sold tor division of proceeds among said plaintiffs and de ieiulants heirs of law of Wm. C. Black wood and tenants in common. Terms ot sale : One-third cash and balance at 6 and 12 months with inter est on deferied -pay menls from daj of sale with privilege to purchaser to pay all cash. . This January 2, 1102. JOHN W. GRAHAM, Commissioner. :ALE OF A VALUABLE TRACT: OF LAND. acco, at Fancy Grocery Co. king To-' Bwhop of North Carolina, will visit BearBtll0 I W Mnitlmm'ii 14 ninnr.nl I r It rn r at St. Matthew's Epibcopal Church at j Hillsboro, Sunday, Feb. 2nd. Holy STC rThe Kind You Have Always Bought Mr. James Webb, of this dace. Communion at morning service and has sent to Mr. Joseph G, Brown, the offerings will be-for Diocesan ueasurerot t.e Sir Walter Kaleigh Missions. iUODUinent. H nnri SS4.X 4.7 ho tiir 0d Signature of SI g'tt of 1 cent lor each of the 4,847 Nihool children in Orange county,' Ais is a very hberal donation from 0!11' townsman, and in behalf of the school ch.ldren of the county we re- macks to Mr. Webb. Bears the Signature STOnZA. The Kind You Have Always Bought If Banner Salve doesn't care your piles, your money will be w m &uw uwuw W. A. Hayes. 9 cents per pound buys 12 l-2c Coffee at Fancy (Irocery Co. -See advertisement of mortgage sale of land by Arch. Crabtree. Fraak Tread well, Bennett, la., was trooDiea with kidney disease lor two years. He writes : "I had taken several kinds of kidney reme dies, but with little benefit: Finally I will pay THREE HUNDRED tried Foley's Kidney Cure and a " I n n Q Irkllai nnHln aiipaH ni .- " XXT A vuw uv.u. uuuiu kuitu txiv;. r . Hayes. $300 REWARD! notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in Superior Court 'In obedience to order of the Superior of Oiange County for the' purpose ot Court in the Special Proceeding of selling the real estate ot Ann isowiin Mnrrha J. Hall and others vs. Jttarv V. deceased, to make assets to pay the Freeland, I will at the court house door debts of said Aim Bowlin, said real es- in Hillsboro on Monday, March 10th, fcate consisting of 22 acres, more or less 1902,' offer for sale a tract ol land known in said County and tate and in Cedar as p-M-t of Lot JNo. i in Division : of wrove Township, adjoining the Janus oi Lands ot Loltin K. Pratt, beginning at John Blalock, H. C. McKee, Sam Hor- a large rock, a corner of Nos. 2 and 3, ner and Jim Parker; and the sau.de- i-nnnins west 18 chains 29 links to fendant will further take notice that he nolnters, then north 21 ehains 75 links is required to appear belore the under to corner on Scarlett line, then east IS signed Clerk of the Superior Court for chains 20 links to white oak. then south I Orange County at his office in the court 21 chains 75 links to beginning,-eon- house in the town of Hillsboro, JS. C taiuig 42 acres, more or less, to be sold on the 6th day of February, 1902, and in lee. answer or demur to the complaint in Also remainder in a tract adioining said action, or the plaintiff will apply and north of same, beffinnins at a rock to the Court for the relief demanded in Bv ' virtue of authority' vested in v bv the last will and te.tament,of Wil son Urown. deceased, lhe undersigned The defendant above named will take will sell to the highest bidder at public aucuori. ai iue uouri iiulsb uoor in DOLLARS REWARD for evi- "ealiug medicine " dence that will convict the parties --New Orleans Molasses, Large auiornia Peaches, Cherries. Corn, that caused my stores to born J. H . JOHNSON tomatoes. oi h er at caused my nrst-ciass (1 mot rips or TQnntr TornV. 17 T e -w 1 HILLSBOJiO, N. O., Pils-ine Cures Piles! -Money refunded ii it ever fails. JAMES A. CHEEK. Hillsboro N, C, Jan. 27, 1902. Next door west of the printing office OI THE ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of all kinds repaired promptly and satisfaction guaranteed, tiive me a trial. said complaint, This 17t day of December, 1901., D. H. HAMILTON, Clerk of the Supeiior Court. -J3EA VINE HAY FOR SALE. We have fifty tons of Pea Vine II37 for sale at the farm of Mr. A. J. It u 111 n. near Hillsboro. The hay is in fine con dition, and will be sold in the bale or in on south side of Durham road, the cor ner of Johnson Borland tract, then south 13 chains 70 links to Johnson Borland coiner, then west 13 chains 70 links to the.Searlert line, then with the same north. 18 chains 65 links to the center of the Durham road as it mean ders to first station, containing 21 acres, more or less, subject to the Dower of Mrs. Mary V. Freeland, wThich has been allotted to her. Terms of sale : One-third cash and balance at 6 and 12 months, with inter- any quantity desired. For price apply est from day of sale on deferred pay- to Charles C. femith or J. A. Bivins. millt.S. I . . This 20th dayanuar&Aim B A W W E R S A L V El FolCV 'S HOTiey and ' Tj?f Commissioner. the most healing salve in the world, 1 hsals JtWgS and stops the cougtZ. Hillsboro, on Thnvsday thp 30th day W January. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon, thu tollowing tract of land in Hillsboio township, described as follows : Bound ed on the north by the Mary Smith land, on the east by the lands of .David H. Holmes, on the south by the lamu of George Brown, and on the wr st Vy the lands of George W. Tate, being tl t Home Place of the lace Wilson lirowi . containing Seventy-Six (76) 'Acres, moiv or less. Term3 ot sale: One-half cash ard oalance in 12 months with interest deferred payments from date ot sale. This 27th day of December, II. D. BROWN, E. S. BROWN. Executors ot Wilson Brown. -pUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS. The following firms have designate! my store as a Depository for the sale f all fnuiic cnooi uook nuoiisneu 1 y them : University Publishing Co., l. T . 1 O . 1 -VT U. iieam x io. ami jctmhi . v. Call on me and 1 wil furnish tbef- eooks at coutract prices, cheaper than bver before, for cash or barter. n, L. PARISH. .. . .