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And Necfc, N.C. 1 Scotland Neck. tf. C HE. wealth uncompromising Democratic Jour Publishcd every Thursday morning. Advertising Rates z 0 D inch 1 week, SI .00. 2.50. i montn, -o- D. E. STAINBACK, Editor. "THE LAND WE LOVE." Terms : $2 00 per year in Advance. Contracts for any space or time may be made at the office of The Common Srfbsrriplion Rates; y 1 1 ear. - - - $2.00. $1.00. wealth. VOL. I. SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. 6 Months, NO. 11. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. K C O HI 51 O W 13 A I X II. Common NEHAL DIRECTORY. SCOTLAND rVECK. f Xt W. A. Dunn. missio:iers Noah Biggs, J. R. Dal- TO. II. M. Johnson, -J. X. Savage. i first Tuesday m each month at 4 .V fclock, P. M. L ' :i-f of Police C. W. Dunn. St "5tant Policemen -A. David, W. D. L-ialds. C. F. Speed. Sol. Alexander. Triiaiiror It. M. Joliuson. Clixfc-J. Y. Savage. I' "-t CHURCHES: f-'TL tist J. D. Hufham. D. D., Pastor. Eerrkts every iirst, second and third FndR :it 11 o'clock. A. M. Prayer Jleetkg every Wednesday night. Sun day BCAool every Sabbatu morning. Prim&vc Baptist Eld. Andrew Moore, Pastor.i Services every third Saturday bid Suiday morning. I lletiodist Rev. J. Crowson, Pastor. Bettet every second and fourth Sun days a.t 11 o'clock, A. M. Sunday SctoJ.very Sabbath morning. f'-Jiabfcpal Rev. II. C. Hilton, Rector. Sen'sef every first, second and third Sane :y at 10.', o'clock, A. M. Also at Pitt . Vs Hall every first and third tabbat$ evenings at 4 o'clock. Sunday chaol-bvery Sabbath morning. ! Services at Hamilton every fourth Sun day morning and evening. Sunday school It 9 o'clock every Sunday morning, bleating of Bible class every fourth Sun Jay at 4 o'clock p. m. Baptist (colored.) George Norwood, Pastor. - Services every fourth Sunday morning, Sunday School every Sabbath noniisg. i ;-; 'i f-. ' f, 4 courvrv. Superior Court Clerk and Probate Judges-John T.! Gregory. lnferior.rCourt--Geo. T. Simmons. Roister' of Deeds R. J. Lewis. Solicito A. J. Burton. SheriF-J. T. Dawson. Cqroneri J II Jenkins. Treasurer Dr. L. W. Batchclor. Co. 6ut. Pub. Instruction D C Clark. Keeper 'of the Poor House W. "N ontr-5-tioners II. J. Ilaivey, W. H. SL" i, F. M. Parker, J. II. Whitaker, fil-.Jjg Johnson. Sur'-'IJ Court Every third Monday in Jtflch and September. InfC. ;rCourt Every third Monday in Fc .Tary, May, August and November - I -o- May, Conor JJ. F. Whitaker. jioners John J. Robertson, E. ST. ,-anch, J. B. Hunter, 11. B. I Bn J Cone I s . I - Hi lntt J. C. Derr h CHURCHES. list Episcopal Services every May, at 11,00 A. M., and 7.00 ev. W. H. Watkius, Pastor. Ba"' i Services every second Sunday, It liX M.. and 7.00 P. M., and third Sunday t 7 oO p. m. Sunday school at I 30 a.1 i Rev. W. J. Hopkins, Pastor. i Proti Jint Iiipiscopal Services every Jecond fad third Sundays at 11.00 A. M. Re-Y. 1 k S. Smith. Rector. ' MeCi ast Protestant Services every bnrtYl mday. at 11.00 A. M.. and 7.00 ?. .11 . Eev. W. II. Wills, Pastor. C"' r Appointments M. E. Chucrh lst.v y, at Eure's School House, at 3. 2nd,v May. at Pierce's, at 11.00 A. M., indatL pith's, at 3.00 PM. ;3rd.;Sr dy, at Ebeneezer, at 11.00 A. M. Mth. S; Jkday at Uaywards at 11.00 A. M. I Ccour jnion at each appointment in Feb May ' . and Nov. Rev. W. il. Wat kiuaifv." . jtor. MTii Slinrch 1st. Sunday, at Brad rds,i 111. 00 A. M.. and at Rekl's Jcfcool buse. 3.00 P. M. Whitaker's ShfI, Very second anil fifth Sunday, at I1.CJ - t M. Roseneath, 3rd. Sun iayi ll f A. M. i Ecj' !church. Everj' first Sunday at uoncc Vy at 11 00 am and 7 30 p m 1 ShiuImv a 111 tlio ofiirlniT tkh 1 1 00 a in. Prayer meeting each y at 7 30 p in Sunday school at s Churclu Dawson's X Roads. fth Sunday at 11 a m and 7 3") e Saturday proceeding the fourth t 11 00 a m Prayer meeting B 7 30 p in Sunday school at ) tev AV J Hopkins, Pastor. I Churches 1st. baptist Every y. at 11.00 A. M. and 7.00 1'. I Gibbs, Pastor. btist Every second Sunday, at J.00 P. M. Rev. W. R. Shaw, I. Church Every fourth Suuday I M. and 7.00 P. M. Rev. J. II Pastor. I LODGES. of Honor Meet every second i uesuays, at 7.00 P. M. Honor Meet every first and ays, at seven P. M. ESS AND FREIGHT. h Express Officer-Open all day. -llll. 1 Freight, and Ticket Agent, tchelor. it for shipment received after TELEGRAPH. Union Teletrranh Office in the sWarehouse Open from S.00 . P. M. T B Hale, WTrrTni7 i KS wishing to buy. sell, lease. r exchansrc real estate anv- this vicinity, will do well to tate with us. inns moderate. K ITCH IN & DUNN, A 1 1 o r n e v s-a t-1 jiw . W Neck, N. C. ) 2Utb. 1882, Halifax County Exhibit. Annual report of Commissioners of Halifax County for the fiscal year ending Sept. 4th, 1882. in pursuance .;fi, cQ is Phnntpr '27. Rattle's 13, Chapter 27, Battle's Revisal. To-wit : Sept. 5, 1881 . W Lee lumber furnished 59 57 John county, Rntld & Green lumber furnished county, D C Clark for inspecting bridge &c. Cad Ivy for services as juror at coroner's inquest. J J Wood for feeding pris oners in jail Aug. 1S81, Geo A Branch for repair ing bridge, W II Day for services as county attorney J:inc, July and August, 1881, John Cook for repairing Burnt Coat bridge, John II Ponton for services as supt. poor Aug. 1881, Mathew Epps for labor at poor house, Aug. 1881, Robt Gray for labor at poor house Aug. 1881, Emma Cheek for cooking at poor house Aug. 1881, Luna King for washing at poor house Aug. 1882. C A Fitt lor repairing bridge, S M Gary for corn furnish 41 03 6 44 1 80 125 25 25 00 75 00 108 00 16 68 9 00 8 00 3 50 3 50 3 65 21 10 3 50 6 50 2 82 2 00 96 3 00 55 00 27 50 6 00 6 00 74 60 4 00 2 50 3 00 2 00 6 29 9 44 54 00 75 88 25 66 6 72 6 00 5 00 4 00 6 20 6 30 5 60 6 20 4 00 302 02 2 00 40 85 25 00 140 05 62 50 12 25 C 00 4 00 416 64 7 50 ed county, J T Gooch for goods furnished count', N B Dickens for feeding hung jury Aug. 1881 Interi or Court, J J Robertson for regis tering voters Aug. 1881 election, J J Robertson for inspect ing bridge, J J Bishop for register ing voters Aug. '81 election, W Fj Evans for conveying pauper to poor house, Brown & Carraway for coal furnished countj-, R J. Lewis cash paid freights on coal for county, J A Harrell printing for county, Randolph waiting on grand jury Aug. '81 In ferior Court, R J Lewis annual acc't for recording order B of Co. Commissioners, J II Whitaker inspecting bridges. J II House prisoners to jail, B B PuDen prisoners to iail, conveying conveying A J Jackson repairs on jail W B Gary services ren dered county, Brown & Carraway medi cines furnished county, L T Gwathmey & Co. chairs for court house, L T Gwathmy & Co. bacon &c for poor house, II J Hervv & Co. corn &c bought for poor house. Froelich Bros goods furn ished county for poor house, F M Parker letting out bridge &c, Sterling Lewis conveying prisoners to jail, II J Ilerry for 2 days as commissioner, S Johnston for 2 " and mileage as commissioner W H Shields for 2 days and mileage as com'r, J II Whitaker for 2 days and mileage as com'r. F M Parker for 2 days and mileage as com'r, R J Lewis for 2 days ' as clerk commissioners, Whole and Half fees from Aug.ierm 1881 Iufe-iorCourt Oct. 3. W II Shields letting out bridge, S W Edwards conveying lunatic to Raleigh, Hill & Peebles profession al services rendered county, J J Wood feeding prison ers in jail Sept. 1881, Dr J E Green quarter salary as supt. health for quarter ending Sept. 1,81, lJr J iu Green medicines bought for count', Jacob D Hill repairing bridge, Ben Gammon burying pauper, R J Lewis making out tax list for year 1881, C C Baker waiting on grano mrv iail term 1881 Inferior Court, J L Sledge acc't for con veying prisoners to jail of 2 80 disallowance and 2 dol lars allowed in lieu thereof, D C Clark inspecting bridge, II J Hervy cash paid for count-, freights &c, L T Gwathmey & Co. for supplies for poor house, Mrs L E Nash bacon furnished poor house, J II Ponton services as supt poor house Sept. 1881, Mathew Eppg labor at 2 00 2 00 12 42 57 75 12 42 16 66 6 95 1 31 1 35 3 50 2 07 8 00 50 00 6 50 4 00 6 00 2 00 4 30 3 60 4 20 2 00 404 35 76 45 29 35 92 60 15 00 30 00 4 00 40 00 29 88 6 00 12 00 8 00 5 00 C 50 5 00 13 33 16 66 00 7 00 3 50 0 50 2 00 21 58 14 76 12 08 So SS 1 11 50 4 30 2 00 4 00 6 30 6 20 5 CO 6 20 4 00 poor house Sept. 1881, A N Partin registering voters Brinkleyville, W II Jenkins repairing bridge, Wr II Jenkins building bridge, Wr B Gary services ren dered county, F M Parker 2 days letting out bridge. J C Derr conveying pris oners to jail, II J Hervy oie day as commissioner (allowance) W H Shields one clay and mileage as com'r (allowance) J II Whitaker one day and mileage as com'r (allowance) F M Parker one day and mileage as com'r (allowance) R J Lewis one day as cl'k commissioners (allowance) Report of Whole and Half fees from fall term 1881 Su perior Court, Nov. 7, 1881. R J Day conveying Ben Ivey to Bertie county, li I Allsbrook 'conveying lunatic to Raleigh, J J Wood feeding prison ers in jail Oct. 1882, F W Gregory lumber fur nished for reparing bridge, Dr J E Green as medical expert in case State vs Ivy, Eunis Bellamy conveying prisoners to jail, Nov. 8, 1881. "Enfield Sentinel" publish ing annual report of com missioners, Reid & Whitaker lumber furnished county, J J Robertson inspecting bridges, . C A Fitt reparing bridge, J W Cuthrell registering voters Enfield township 1880, J A Harrell printing 500 marriage blanks. J G Gregory hauling and storeing 5 tons coal for county, John Manly cleaning out and curbing poor house well, C Bradley lumber furnish ed county, J II Ponton services as supt. poor house Oct. '81, Mathew Epps labor at poor house Oct. '81. Roller t Gray labor at poor house Oct. '81, Laura Davis labor at poor house Oct. '81, Elizabeth Williams labor at poor house Oct. '81, Sarah Daniel service as mid ;vife at poor house Oct. '81, F 31 Wallace lumber and reparing bridge, R J Lewis issuing notices &c for county purposes, J K Dickens D S convey ing Louis Taylor to War ren CO., Froelich Bros, goods fur nished county, W B Gary services ren dered county, J 11 House col conveying prisoners to jail, W II Shields one day and mileage Superior Court meeting 1881, II J Hervy one day and mileage Superior Court meeting 1881, H J Hervy two days as commissioner, W II Shields two days and mileage as commissioner, S Johnston two days and mileage as commissioner, J II Whitaker two days and mileage as com'r, F M Parker two days and mileage as com'r, R J Lewis two days as clerk commissioners, Dec. 5, 1881. Account of Dr L T Whita ker for post mortem exami nation of $10 00 disallowed and $5 00 allowed in lieu thereof, J C Derr conveying luna tic to Raleigh, Dec. 6, 1881. C C Baker waiting on grand jury Nov. term 1881 Superior Court, J L Flemming repairing bridge, Wr II Day for quarter sal ery as co. att'y quarter ending Dec. 5, '81, Emily Faison acc't $3 25 for feeding jurors &c, dis allowed, and $3 00 allowed in lieu thereof, John B Smith burying pauper, Lewis Cook repairing stove pipes in court house, J II Ponton services as supt. poor house Nov. '81, Mathew Epps labor at poor house Nov. '81, 5 00 29 50 7 00 4 00 75 00 3 00 4 00 75 16 67 9 00 poor house Sept. 1881, Robt Gary labor at poor house Sept. 1881, Eliza Williams cooking at poor house Sept. 1881, Laura Davis washing at Robt Gray labor at poor house Nov. '81, Laura Davis cooking at poor house Nov. '81, Eliza Williams washing at poor house Nov. '81, James Mosely lumber furnished co. for bridge, Henry Williams repairing bridge; Davis, Drake & Co goods furnished co. for poor house, A Wright shoes for paupers, L T Gwathmey & Co for supplies furnished p'r house, H J Hervy cash paid for freights &c W B Gary services ren dered county, II J Hervy 2 days as com missioner, W H Shields 2 days and mileage as com'r, J II Whitaker 2 days and mileage as com'r, F M Parker 2 days and mileage as com'r, S Johnston 2 days and mileage as com'r, R J Lewis 2 days as clerk commissioners, Half and WThole fees from Nov. term '81 Sup'r Court, Jan. 2, 1882. J II Ponton services as supt. poor house Dec. '81, Mathew Epps labor at poor house Dec. '81, Robt Gray labor at poor house December 81, Laura Davis cooking at poor house Dec. '81, Eliza Wrilliams vt'ashing at poor house Dec. '81, w F Parker burying pauper, J C Derr conveying pris oner to jail, Jan. 3, '82. II J Hervy chairman ex ofiicio, allowance, J E Boyt repairing bridge &c, w II Shields letting out bridge. Dr I E Green for quarter salery as supt. health, Brown Carraway medi cines furnished county, Gary & Gary furnished county, G A Clark medicines furnished county, C P Smallwood convey ing prisoner to jail, J J wood feeding prison ers in jail Dec. '81, L T Gwathmey & Co goods furnished county, II J Hervy freights &c paid tor county, W B Gary services ren dered county, II J Hervy letting out and inspecting bridges. Gary & Gary blankets furnished county, Mathew Joyner making coffee for pauper. J T Gooch furnished county for poor house, II J Hay 2 days as com missioner, W II Shields 2 days and mileage as commissioner, S Johnston 2 days and mileage as commissioner al lowance, J 11 Whitaker 2 days and mileage as commissioner al lowance F M Parker 2 days and mileage as commissioner al lowauce, R J Lewis 2 days as clerk commissioner allowance, W II Shields one day and mileage as commission er, J II Wrhitaker one day and mileage as commission er, F M Parker one day and mileage as commissioner, li J Lewis one day as clerk commissioner, 8 . 3 3 9 3 66 28 77 4 9 4 6 5 6 6 4 200 16 9 8 3 3 4 4 50 22 2 62 18 2 3 7 107 95 2 80 1 25 8 II 1 3 4 00 6 3o 6 20 5 50 6 20 4 00 4 3o 3 6o 4 2 2 00 Feb. 6, '82. Accounts of Dr John R Moore of 45 00 for reparing bridge &c disallowed, and $31 00 allowed i'i lieu there of, 31 00 John T Whitaker carry ing pauper to poor house, 2 0-i J II Parish removing raft, 4 00 Dr L T Whitaker account of $10 00 for examining luna tic disallowed, and 5 00 al lowed in lieu thereof, 5 00 J II Fcnuer wood furnish ed county. 3 R J Lewis making out taxes in merchants purchas es 35 5o Brown & Carrawav medi cines furnished county, . 4 Jona; Pierce making cof fin for pauper, 3 00 J II Ponton services as supt. poor house Jan. '82, 16 Mathew Epp labor at poor house Jan. '82, 9 Robt Gray labor at poor house Jan. '82, 8 Laura Gray washing at poor house Jan. '82, 3 Eliza Williams cooking at poor house Jan. '82, 3 J J Wood feeding pris oners in jail Jan. 's2, Gary & Gary goods furn ished county. Froelich Bros goods furn ished county, A J Jackson repairs on 00 50 50 90 00 00 00 60 06 75 00 30 60 20 20 00 68 66 00 00 50 50 00 00 00 141 9 45 22 4 2 6 6 6 3 4 1 1 17 16 4 17 50 50 17 75 4 13 9 8 3 3 16 14 4 122 1 7 2 10 4 2 52 1 28 2 4 4 0 G 5 4 389 jail, Feb. 7, 1882. F M Parker bridge, examining W B Gary services ren dered county, F M Parker 2 days and mileage as commissioner, w H Shields 2 days and mileage as commissioner. S Johnston 2 days and mileage as commissioner, J II Whitaker 1 day and mileage as commissioner, R J Lewis 2 days as clerk commissioners, March 6, 1882. J H Jenkins coroner bal ance for burying pauper, V E Spruill general m'c'dise,over charge in taxes J II Jenkins coroner hold ing inquest (Rufus Fields), Gary & Gary goods furn ished county, Anthony Smith wicli bury ing Joe Pully pauper, Froelich Bros goods furnished county l)r I E CJreen post mortem ex amination E M Ilicks Dr J O'Brien post mortem ex amination E M Hicks J J Wood feeding prisoners in jail Feb 1882 w II Hay services co att'y J T Nicholson burying pauper J I) Cranley conveying prison ers to Warren jail Mathew Epps labor at poor house Feb 1882 Robt Gray labor at poor house Feb 1882 Eliza Williams cooking at poor house Feb 1882 Laura Davis washing at poor house Feb 1882 J II Ponton supt poor house Feb 1882 J T Ciooch bacon furnished poor house Feb 1882 52 00 50 37 95 75 00 90 21 Drown & Carraway medicines furnished county -J T Gregory CSC repairs to office John Fenner services rendered county C C Baker waiting on grand jury Feb 1S82 Superior Court J II House conveying prisioners to jail J R Moore removing shaft L T Griffin removing shaft F M Parker examining bridge L T Gwathmey merchandise furnished county II J Hervy freights &c paid for county w II Bagley clerk Supreme Court cost due by Halifax county March 7, 1882. FR Chamberlain error in taxes w B Gary services rendered co II J Hervy 2 days as com'r w II Shields 2 days and mile age as commissioner F M Parker 2 days and mile age as commissioner J II Whitaker 2 days and mile age as commissioner II J Lewis 2 days services as clerk commissioners Whole and Half fees from Feb term 1882 Inferior Court April 3, 1882. w 11 Reid account for burying pauper 84 00 disallowed and $2 00 allowed in lieu thereof Dr I E Green quarterly salery supt health Dr I E Green medecine furnish ed county Dr 1 E Green post mortem ex amination J J Wood feeding prisoners in jail March 1882 J C Derr conveying prisoners to jail &,c Hal Reid in aiding rails for coun ty T w Myrich building bridge Moses Eaton conveying pauper to poor house L T Gwathmey it Co supplies furnished poor house II -1 Hervy freights &c paid for county Billiard Purnell horse and bug gy for grand jury visit poor house N B Dickens feeding jurors spring term 1882 Supr Court Mathew Epps labor at poor house Robt Gray labor at poor house Eliza Williams labor at poor house Laura Davis labor at poor house A P Griffin conveying pauper Hal lleid services at poor house Gary & Gary goods furnished county 1) C Clark letting out bridge 00 00 50 6o 2 00 75 00 11 00 25 00 120 90 10 00 7 30 15 25 2 00 113 42 3 42 1 00 3 50 8 25 5 25 3 5) 3 5J 4 00 2 00 20 oS 2 oo 1 oo 4 oo 12 5o 3 lo 2 5o 1 Go 1 oo 8 25 2 15 5 50 9 Go 3 oo loot 4 oo 0 2o 3o 5 Go J -J Robertson ktt -J w Fcnuer 2 co nished comity jig out brrJgu ds wood fur- w w Carter services as supt poor ho-ise Marc!'. 1882 John Bryant services as coron ers juror J J Williams con veviug prison er to jail I J Williams feeding prisoners T J Fields acc't $2 3o disallow ed and SI ooal'eti in lieu thereof T J Fields acc't !) 95 disallow ed and 8 25 al'ed in leiu thereof J T Gregory C S C acc't gS o7 disallowed and $2 15 allowed in leiu thereof J 11 Ponton services .as supt poor house March 1882 w li Garjr services rendered co Henry Hervard repairing stoves fo- court house Froelich Bros goods furn'd co II J Hervy 2 days as com'r S Johnston 2 days and mile ago as commissioner w II Shields 2 days and niilo 00 CO 67 00 00 50 acre as commissioner J U Whitaker 2 days and mile 50 age as commissioner F M Parker 2 days and inile- 6 4 474 15 15 93 75 00 50 20 30 3o 60 00 36 10 80 75 Oo 14 00 00 14 00 00 05 00 00 50 50 G6 39 05 31 00 50 50 00 20 00 88 31 80 45 50 00 30 20 (50 00 87 jail April 1882 age as commissioner R J Lewis 2 days as clerk Whole and Half fees spring term 1SS2 Superior Court MayI, 1882. J J Wood feedinsr nrisnners m 58 5o 3G oo 6 oo 5 oo 4 oo 15 oo 62 4o 1 45 3oo 22 75 8 75 3 5o 3 5o 6 Go 1 oo 16 9o 11 G5 1 lo 3 oo 3 oo 3 oo 3 oo 3 oo 8 oo lo 2o 8 oo 8 oo 2 5o 2 oo 4 2o 4 3o 3 Go 4 2o 2 oo 27 95 9 84 2o Go 2 75 2 oo 57 oo 95 5o 7 5o 2 oo Lewis k Knight corn furnished county C C Baker waiting on grand jury R J Lewis issuing co orders for county purposes " J A Harrell printing for co Dr I E Green for prolessional services L T Gwathmey & Co supplies furnished county H J Hervy cash paid for freights . for county Peter Epps making coffin for pauper w w Carter services as supt poor house Mathew Epps labor at poor h'se Laura Davis il " " " Eliza Williams labor at poor house Hal Reid labor at poor house John Manly hauling for county J II Jenkins coroner fees in case II L Johnson Brown & Carraway medicines furnished county w B Gary servees rendered county Gw Carpenter services as ju ror at coroners inquest Fred Baker service as juror at coroners inquest S w Edwards services as juror at coroners inquest Guy Pugh services as juror at coroners inquest T E Ausborn services as juror coroners inquest R E Mosely 4 days services as committee on school orders D C Clark 4 days and mileage as committee, on school order II J Hervy 4 days as committee on school orders R J Lewis 4 days clerk commit tee on school orders J J Williams conveying prisoner to jail H J Hervy one day as com'r S Johnston one day and mileage as commissioner w II Shields one day and mile age as cr mmissisncr J II Whitaker one day and mileage as commissioner F M Parker one day and mile age as commissioner R J Lewis one day as clerk commissioner Junk 5, 1882. " Acc't otGV Bardie allowed (see bill) () C Stallings furnished lumber and reparing bridge N B Josey herrings for p'r h'se B 1 Allsbrook conveyiug pris oner to jail J J Robei tson inspecting bridge Lewis & Knight corn furnished poor house J J Wood feedimr nrisonors in jail May 1882 Kobt Parker waiting on grand jury Edwards, Broughton & Co printing tax b ook Account of Stephen Andrews conveying prisioners to jail 81 1 2o disallowed and $7 oo allowed in lieu thereof Buckell A Bosnian lumber furnished county Froelich Bros goods furnished county w w Carter services as supt poor house &c Mathew Epos labor at poor house Laura Davis and Eliza Wil liams labor at poor house Hal Reid lobor at poor house R B Brickell for reg'g voters B B Pullen for conveying luna tic to Raleigh J T Gooch hay furnished co w II Day services as co att'y L T Gwathmey & Co goods furnished county T R Moore hats lurnished co A Wright shoes furnish ed county Davis, Drake & Co goods furn ished county II J Hervy freights &c paid for county S Johnston cash paid for build ins; bridse 7 12 5 17 8 7 4 1 23 2o 75 99 16 14 G7 13 2 0 2 4 4 w F" Parker struction removing ob- w y Gary services rend'ed co L w Batchclor for book (treas) F M Parker 1 day and mile age as commissioner S Johnston 1 day and mile age as commissioner w II Shields 1 da' and mile age as commissioner J H YY hitaker 1 day and mile sige as commissioner H Hervy I day as com'r Fees and Half lees from May term 1882 Superior Court JriiY 3, 18S2 A II Davis renairiii'r bridjpi' 4o2 15 oo I n .T Lewis & Knight corn furnished count' 53 Brown & Carraway medicines furnished county 1) C Clark letting out bridge Cw Faucutt goods furnished co J T Gregory C S C stationery for office L 1 Manly making coffin for pauper -J .J Robertson letting out bridge B 1 Alsbrook conveying lunalic to Raleigh 4 oo 2 oo 15 95 S Lewis cash acc't s3 oo disal lowed, allowed 2 oo T A Clark medicines furn'd co 6 0 Laura Davis cooking at p'r h'so 3 5o II J Hervy freights &c paid for county 2 o4 L T Gwathmey & Co supplies furnished county 50 58 L T Gwathmey & Co supplies furnished county 62 5 o J J Wood feeding prisoners in jail June 1882 96 25 w w Carter services &c supt poor house 17 26 win Gary services rendered co 1 2o F M Parker letting out bridge 2 oo H J Hervy 1 day as com'r 2 oo wHShieldst day and mileage as commissioner 4 3o J II Whitaker 1 day and mile age as commissioner 3 Go F M Parker 1 day and mileage (CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE.) 2o oo 6G For Dyspepsia, KTWpJ Costive ness, l5fll r-Tj.Sick Headache. Chronic Diar rhoea, Jaundice, Impurity of the Blood, Fever and Ague, Malaria, and all Diseases H, caused by De rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys. SYMPTOMS OF A DISKASED LIVER. Bad Breath: Pain in the Side, sometimes tha pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mtstaken for Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite ; Bowels generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax; the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something which ought to have been done ; a slight, dry cough and flushed face is somctimo an attendant, often mistaken for consumption; the patient complains of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled ; feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists ; spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after death has shown the Over to have been extensively deranged. It should be used by all persons, old and young, whenever any of the above symptoms appear. Persons Traveling or Living in Un healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, Bilious attacks, Dizziness, Nau sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no in toxicating beverage. If Tou have eaten anything hard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved by always keeping the Regulator in the House! For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonic can never be out of place. The remedy is harmless and does not interfere with business or pleasure. IT IS PITRKLT VEGETABLE, And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. A Governor's Testimony. Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala. Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ga., says,: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Livor Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. "The only Thing that never fails to Relieve." I have used manv remedies for Dys pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min nesota to Georgia fur it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are sin ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. P. M. Janney, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. TT. ainson says: From actual ex perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I have been and am satisfied to us and prescribe it as a purgative medicine. CfTake only the Genuine, which always has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN & CO. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Wl KMiii&W. ID ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW- (: o :) rtOttice on 10th Street, lirst door above Mam. EDWARD T. CLARK, Attorney-at-Law, HALIFAX, n. c. Will practice in Halifax and adjoining counties. Claims collected in all parts of the Statu. oo 48 32 oG 85 oo 45 G5 05 oo oo o5 oo 3o 38 GO oo oo 35 oo 2o So E. T. BRANCH. DAVID BELL. BRANCH & 1$ ELL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ENFIELD, N. C. Practice in the courts of Halifax and djoininx counties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts. Claims collected in any part ot the State. One of the lirm will always be found in the oifice. DR- E. Li. HUNTER, Siirg-ooiji a'Mlist, ENFIELD, - - - N.C. 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