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T.iLUiSDAY, ! FEBRUARY 9, 1888
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SCHEDULE lUt'SBORO R. R.
i hr ixpvc?er 11 a la on ine !litlr' rallr4ul
ltv ritibln Oaily. tsxrcpi huutlays, at e.SOa.
i itlii if aitl nrrlviv at V!ii1hu'u' K 13
- ., B,.u v.so i. in.. miikiuR cImbw wbiu. ni
i,.u. urf wuii b tmJiiB to and irt.in K&it-igh, :
ChHri-Uf, V Umiitunand iuivnul!aieiH.lnie. ;
wTOslv Oxb Dollar a Year! j
iT Buist's fieh cabbage 6eed 2 j
cents paper, at Cnapiu a.
trrX secondhand Rotkaway in
..wT order for sale cheap. Apply at !
r , t:i., r.ui i tt ;
fcjti-.weshrs. iuuu -uumi itim
.y R:-aily Jic putting up a blacksmith i
ami v:joii shop at Ore Hill. j
T'l-rtm mul il f for t!iw isc'io tl-in !
lvv.i;I oe ktflit to any ftUatet-s
for otiiv i-uLLAK a year payanie !
in u Um-uv j
.riv When you come to court next
w.k ho su-r to pay your subsciip- j
tidii. ji-nl :i!ro bung us the names of j
some ii"w subset ibrrs.
t-v . . ,
fits Every ex-Confederate soldier
cwz'v.l tc subscribe at once for the
Ke ';iu and read our proposed Var
Kf.:;iuitceuces". Only one dollar a
Next Weduwduv is Ash Wed-
tirst day of
.SrTbe family and friends of every
de.td Confederate soldier from Chat-
ham ought to subscribe fo, the Rko-
vivo, aud read our
bkeiehrs of Chut-
SIf you do not get your paper i
licit wet-ic, you may know il in iis
continued bcuue ou-have not paid
what you owe. Cdoh in advance
uiiis-t now ba insured on.
,,hhv tue msi uay oi i,eut audi A L Jones has just returned I i by an overwhelming majority,
f v t v days before Luster lciudnig j frou) Sovth whereJ ue b hfc ft voted against the holding of a State
h m. ays), which 16 the farst day of j nnd select ntock of dry goods, j convention in February, 1861, be-'riU-
inntJ.is. anil rHors m men ! cause they feared that the convention
Pi Messsrs. V. J. Wvatt & Co.1 iuou Court The February
fl)v making a specialty of Feed aud ! to1 111 our superior court, be-.ns
Sed. which ilis-v are prenated to . Monday. On the civil issue
i armh iu any oP-iutities a: d ai hot- i d'-kt there are 4o cases, on the
loui Prices. See their "ad." te (lt,cki ,6i ?eN aud "th(i aP
: pearauce docket 15 cases. I here is
r-;r Next Tuesday is Valentine's j " case of much importance either on
day. when it it naid that iLe buds (the civil or criminal docket, and ail
lk-im to mute, aud tLe young fo ksifhe buMnens will no doubt be dis
excLauge those little unbhivra ot love posed of duiiug the week.
tLar make buppy so many hearts. j Tuo presiding Judge will be Hon.
" I James Ii. ilcnimon, of Bunecmbe
te?" Of coiirse when any of our'couuiy. He is a younger brother 01
naJevs want any books ot stationeiy. Juilge A. S ilenimou, and, although
tht-y wi'.i buy from ilie old if H" o.-; the newest of ali our Judges, he is
Lou.- of Alfred Williams .V: Co., ! said to be one of the best. This will
'ad.' is in anoiber column.
Pi'ittcbnro's ffishionable barber,
Jo u n L'ouncu. is itrepitioa to trim
aim eiUiUieu h uair in
1 T 1 I
tu- latest styie. Sea foani hainp
Oi niv.g and hair dyeing a specially.
i-t uireting of the !
county counui-si'i:ers a new public j
road was r.id-red so be laid r-3", be
giu!:iijT ut O.e Hiil raid coming into j
the i: .-t;ijre i-ad near
ou iih korv MouuSaiu.
i-TOui estefmed f riend. Mi. Thud, i
Ik. y.rr.mi :g, t1;. editor
oi the Hen-1
week, and t'
which we r
1 '-if, was married iatt j
. py of his paper
' was l.riuted 4 up- i
L'aiiisr a coincidence, j Roads, Haywood, Kiuibolton, Lambs
Iville, Ldewoo l, Le ta, Ltickviile,
a-ir y ou see a mart, wm ieu j yt.nj0., Sounds, Mud Lie
witu a lead peucil, ou fbt, paper you I Osgood, Pediar's Hiil. Peop
rjut not gel ma,i and tbiun it is a j blrw' iuc Providence,
uun . ot at. ai:, wr it m omy a , jhmond .Ro-coe , Ri-ir
L'futle lcmmder, dear reader, that
you are behind in your subscription
and can't you catch upT
ifcT" M. F. Kiikmau would inform
friends and the. public generally
4 , , , . 1 m i, .
to accommodate both man and beast;
ho wheu u come lo court next week
fctop at hi hotel aud he will take good
care of you and your horse.
CST When you come to court be
sure lo call on By nu in & Headen.
They have jut received a beautiful
lot uf Prints ; uUo a lull line of far
mers' supplies. They keep their
stock complete ; aud remember they
will sell you for the cash as cheap as
yoti can buy iu any market
tar Farmers, if you will use Guano
and Chemicals, you will find at Lou
dott' a iarge btock of all kinds. He
now ha on baud a lot of Acid Phos
pba e aud Kaidt, all of which will be
so' J as cheap as can be had in any
market, either for cash or on time.
Mitke up your Compost as soon as
& A large crowd was here last
Monday, that day beiug the time for
the regular monthly meeting of the i
county commissioners. We heard
liiauv of our count vmeu sax that I
they hid never before seen the roads j
as bud as they now are, and that it
was v. th great difficulty they could
li'ie here ereu on horseback.
m- W. H. Leonard, Watchmaker
ft!iu Jeweiier, bas ou haod a larv-e
tovk of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
f and aud furnished. All kiuds Sew
iug lachiues repaired and warranted
from 2 to 5 jears as good as new.
1 IL Harden has received a
tock of carnage bolts, axle -
Ja,ge stock of .ma ln1fR. utIa.
jJips, axle-washers, shaf t-rubbers,
huggy shafts, cross-bars, single-trees,
"d plow-caudles, which fee will fur -
hlB CUStotrwirR ftf. ' Yiniimn
He will furnish the shoes
a'Ju nails -unA ti,rv , v. i
around fnw- t-r- ... .n
tiop. when you Wm to court
v-i.ac.es, oiationery, ancy lioods, j the price oi euoscnpuou is ibuucou
Picture Frames, Sewing Machines, j to ouly one dollar a year, less than
and aii kiuds of Needles aud nart.s n ! two cents a week. Surely anybody
COPIE8 OF THIS I8SUE ARE MAILED
TO MANY PERSONS, TOO ARE NOT SUBSCRI
BERS. IN THE HO!PE THAT THEY WILL LIKE i
the Record so much as to subscribe at
once. send a dollar and try it one
8 Everybody who has any tinv
bev to sell, take notice! Mr. Nooe
wants every one that has anv dog
wood, persimmon or hickory timber;
to aeSl to go to cutting and hauling ;
to his factory at this place
iu u 8 1. nave inorc timber or he cannot
afF l d to Stay liei e. To those WUO
have timber but do not care to cut
and haul it themselves, he will buy
- . .
During the next ten days you
can bar irond for the tush t Lnn.
don's cheaper than ever. He will i
sell yon 5 flu. good Coffee for $1 ; I
U lbs. good sugar for $1 ; 4 lbs. of j
Soda for 25 rents ; Read vniade Cloth-
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n!i-!inga! prune JJiew lore cost: ladies':.
und children's underwear at cost,
Tnese are cash prices and good for
! ten tltiys. Another iarere lot Shoes
rer-ftivpil fcnis tvnk
Eser Capt. liockhart and his "Ban-
nei" warehouse are too well known
h) our rea(lera to need HUV wonls of
commendal ion from us. The high
p; .lwti tUat are obtained for tobacco I
Bold by him are sufficient to entitle
h;m to the wonderful success with S
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which he has met. No wonder that
Durham's prosperity is so great, when
k-liP ooii lAoef rf Miinli r i'ltitia
iCapt. Lockhart! With him is our! The county of Chatham did its
j clever young countyman, Mr. Joe!whole dut7 and furnished its full
Baldwin, who will always be glad to ! complement of soldiers daring the
!6ei ve bis old countymen.
lmen and children, which will be
i 'd f T f Tt K
7ou be 1S.
him. rie calls his store, which is
! now opposite the Record orace, the j to furnish troops to aid in the subju
4Rckei" store of Chut ham. where : gudon of her siHter Southern States,
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any and every thing is aold cheaper J
Imn vn nnn iiv olcnvl.oro TT
t an affnrd in f irsp nnods iP;ir,
, bcan-p he paid the cash for them in
;Kew York. Call and see them.
be his lirst viit to our county, and
we doubt not that he will make a
tuot favorable impression on our
The clerk of the court has received
a postal card from the Solicitor, sta-
uug that the juage would not arrive
here until Moudav eveniucr and that
,.0r:i t would not meet until Tuesday
Chatham Post Oitices For the
itiformatiou of our readers ve ,iablish
the following list of ihe post offices in
iiliib countv: Beaumont, Beiievoir,
Brush Creek, BviutuV, Cane Creek,
Chester, Ejrvpt Depot, Eu Grove,
Ev&us, Pali Creek. G enaloon, Goff,
Go! Jston, G; avel Spring, Grove, Guif.
llackuev, Hadier's Mills, Harper' X
! Merry Oaks. Millwood, Moucdre, Ml.
k. Ore liiii.
bee"s iitoi e.
Rive' Chapel, St. Lawrence, Sandy
Grove, Siler City, Siik Hope, Sim
mon Grove, Truth, Tysor'e Mills.
Wiiliams1 Mill, Womble.
The total number is 51, which is
more than in any other county in the
State ext-ppt Randolph, which has
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i onices , aim yet iu boiuo ueuuui-
hoods there is complaint for the want
of a nearer post office.
Reduction is Pkjob. The political
campaign this year will be one of the
most exciting and important that has
been siuce the war. The citizens of
Chatham will vote for a President
and Vice-President, a Representative
in Congress, Justices of the State
supreme court, a Governor and other
! Stale officers, members of the Legis
lature and the county officers. Both
parties will strive thir utmost to
earry this county and the State. It
has frequently bee a said "Ab goes
Chatham so goes the State"- There
fore it behooves the democrats of
Chatham to spread themselves this
year, and determine that they must
and win, carry the election in this
county. And to do this, they must
h nn and stirrine and not wait
Quietlr until the campaign opens.
Now id the time to sow the political
seed, which will bring forth a demo-
r-ra.t.in harvest in November. The
best way of sowing that seed is to
put the Record in the hands of every
voter in Chatham, so that he may
every week be so imbued with sound
dumotfiiLtic doctrines that he will be
certain to vote the democratic ticket!
In order that every voter in Chat-
j ham may be able to read the Record
can pay that little: but if anyone
cannot afford even this, then we call
on the leadinar democrats in every
townshia to club together and give
; the paper to their poorer neighbors,
i er siuce it e establishment the
iOUD has done its utmost for the
success of the democratic party, and
! at the same time it has treated fairly
'and courtfeOUfcly its poiitical oppo-
nanB Wa wnl fin ttia same tuia
rkutham na not roll ud a bic dem -
VBiU. U1U. lit BUOii UUtl V w
oeiatic majority next November J
Chatham's War History Her
Military Companies Sketch
es of her Soldiers, &c.
. We-, begin with this issue of the
IttcoRD the pablication of a series' of
Articles, which we think will be very
interesting to the old Confederate
so'diers of Chatham and to the sur
viving families and friends of those
who gave up thoir lives in defence of
"The Iiost Cause . We purpose pub
liKhmg, from week to week, short
sketches of the part taken by the
county of Chatham in the late war.
and thus aid in perpetuating1 the
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" r.m?T? utJr "on8 wno so nomy
IVV- T a J ;V
?hat eed 8 8! U
nfc done ,to reTlV r r6k,dl th!
f a8"OUS audPreJ "dices engendered
bv the war. hnt. innrnlv r.n rin insfinA
to the heroic deeds of brave men. A
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new generation has grown up since
the war which knows little or. noth
ing of the sufferings and hardships,
i of the courage and heroism, of those
wnLX wuu.iougw wim xusjs uuu
di?d with JacksoS. This new gener-
at ion should be taught to honor the
mIU(i"y of those men, and this can
beat bo done bJ recounting their
ghinous deeds: for, although the
CRUKe for which they battled and
l.. I r .l :.u l j
b,ed ls Iost Jet Iet ua not lose ih
remembrance of their gallantry and
juie wn; . xi.fi cmzeuH were uevowmv
attached to t.hfi Union of thtiir faLhern.
might cUssolre the bands tha united
1UW e "j"u nuitu viouii
1.1. PL.O. . !.
tue men ox yua..uniii sprang w arms
in defence of the ounny fcsouth and
casi iu rueir ioriunes wan tneir Kin-
dred and neighbors. At the begin
ning of the war the voting popula
tion of this county was only about
2500 (at the gubernatorial election
in 1860 Pool having received 1255
votes and Eliis 1245), and yet Chat
ham furnished to the Confederate
army nearly two thousand soldiers 1
There were eleveu full companies
raised in this county, besides iarge de
tachments joining compauies raised
iu other counties. After diligent in
quiry we are enabled to publish the
following list of the companies raised
in Chatham, together with the num
ber of men in each company and the
Co. E 26th NC. Regt 204
4 G. " " 175
" I. 32nd M 183
" D. 35th M 143
' E. 44th " 177
" G. 48th " 140
B. 40th " 90
" D 61st u 187
4i E. 63rd " 110
" G. 4 136
" H. 70th 121
Total number of soldiers, 1666
While it is ti ue that some mem
bers of these companies were from
olher counties, yet it is also true that
many more of Chat ha m s sous en
in companies from other counties.
Nearly 40 Chalhamitc'S enlisted in
Co T' 6' h regu: about 30 in an ar
tillerv company : about 20 in Co. G"
11 :h regt.: ab ut 25 iu Co D?' 3rd
cavalry regt , and doubtless many
others in companies, of which we are
not informed. Ihtt these sons of j
bravely, their decimated ranks at
test most forcibly. Probably not
one-half of them now survive. We
call upou tl'B survivors to furnish us
with all the information wit hin their
knowledge iu order that our proposed
sketches may be full and accurate,
aud do juttiee to all.
We will write up each company at
a time, and publish the names of its
officers, the number of its dead and
wounded, the names of the battles
in which it fought, aud anything else
connected with it that mav be of in
terest. In our next issue we will
begin with the "Chatham Rifles", the
first company organized in the coun
ty. Tell your neighbor to stop
borrowing your Record, and sub
scribe for his own copy? as he can
now get it for only one dollar a year.
To Farmers. We wish to make
the Record of especial interest to our
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t rvi- TrkAm rn ncn it o a a ikAntnin at
communication, through which they j
can interchange their views ami opin
ions, and discuss any tod all flatter
appreciate the fact that the prosper-
ity of the country is dependent upon
the agricultural interests, aud if those
ml AiktR Aifl lmnmTflil thpn nthr m
7 7, 7 " if" 'IaZ a nL Z t
iciesiB iu ""uu.
we are tui cuueemeu iu cut: prospcio j
of the farmers, and the Record is
anxious to do all within its power to
aid them in their efforts. We are
willing to devote one or more col
umns avery week exdnsively to the
use of the farmers, aud will be
pleased to publish any conunonica
tions that they may send us.
Impostaktto Mahstbates. As our
we would remiud the magistrates of
this county that the law requires
Moudav ot court-
week, to furnish
Mv to famish the clerk of the
j court with a list of Ue names and
i offences of ail parties mea ana nuaiiy
disposed of by them ? "a to
forward to Lim all the papers in
etery criminal action tried by then
Since the last term oi ur wm.
: rcikq oi ia wju
iflft (fiaoJiAriTA this dntV IS miSde-
w mnfm " ml
! meanon punishable b j aoe or im-
The county commissioners" held
their regular monthly meeting on last
Monday and Tuesday, and audited
me ioiiowing accouuta :
J. E. iHtttin. for coffin
Wm. Blown, a pauper, $ 2.50 f
W. P. Hadiey, i or flour for j
poorr-hbue, - 19.00
W. B. dtilmore, for shingles
for poor-house, " 7:50
Gas. Burnett, for shoats for
poor-house, '' ' ' -.
S IX jQilmore, for corn, for
pooir-house, . .; ?i .
G. W. Womack, for replacing:
bridge over little Cedar eeek,
J. A. Knight, insolvent fees,
I. T. Brooks, insolvent fees,
W. A. A vent, in part payment
for keeping AvenL's f erry .;
on Cape Fear river, 50.00
S. M. Holt, for blanks, - 4.25
J. J. Johnson, for feedinr,
guarding and conveying
Henderson Headen to jail, 3.80
Dr. L. A. Hanks, as superin
tendent of health, 16.66
Thomas Cross, for jail fees, 50.55
J. J. Crutchfield. insolvent
W. L. London, for supplies
for poor house, . .. 50f40
W. H. Leonard, for supplies '
for court-house, 1.10
0;-S. Poe, supplies for poocr"
house, i ; .. 1 85
A. H. Men it t, for advertising, 8.U0
Thomas Cross, for board of
man tinniDg court-house, 3 00
W. S. Webster, for oomu for
Delia Rid.lle, 2.50
Bynum& Headen, for supplies
for poor-house, 5.60
Edwards & Broughton, for
J. A. Pugh, for lumber and
repairing Bear Creek bridge, 18 04
W. II. Hatch, sei vices as com
missioner, , 16.00
C. R. Scott, services as com
missioner, . 23.10
J. A. Pugh, serf ices as com
mission er, 1730
Edward Phillips, for guard
ing, feeding and carrying
Blake Womble to jail. 7.80
Okdeked, That John Barriuger,
agent, be paid $3 a month for sup
port of widow Holder.
Okdeked, That John Phillips be
allowed one dollar a month for sup
port of Peggy Beal. . T
Ordered, That Thomas Cotten be
allowed $1 a month, each, for his
father and mother.
Ordered; That A J. Pendergrass
be allowed to retail whiskey at one
place in Baldwin township.
News and Observer: About five
miles from Makely ville, in Hyde coun
ty, a man named Lupton kept a bar
room and. grocery. This morning
his store was fouud in ashes with his
charred remains in the midst. He is
supposed to have been murdered,
robbed and his store set on fire. No
particulars. Miss Alice Savage, of
Hamilton, was so horribly burned
that her attending physician considers
her recovery hopeless. . Her dress is
supposed to have caught before re
tiring, thereby setting fire to herself
aud bed. Her father mother and
brother-in-law were painfully burned
in putting out the flames. It will
probably be remembered .that the es
tablishment of the Raleigh Saving
Bank, was for a long time a mooted
question in this city. It was talked
aoour, wriLieu auoui., uiuvicu
some, discouraged by some; som
said it couldn't be done; others, it
wouldn't pay ; a lew long-headed and
penetrating business men finally got
together and established it, and i
success is Dhenomenal. It has ben
u 86? deposit with deposits
amrmufcimr to $43,701.83. This is ex
closive of the capital stock paid in,
which now amounts to $14510; It
hns loaned out and well placed, 42,
69C.91. The bank pays foor per cent
compound interest on ail deposits of
$5. So it will be seen that, the insti
tution is eminently sin cessfuL
The dwelling of Mr. G. S. Brad
shaw, at. Asheboro was accident
ally burned last week. It was the
former residence of the late Gov.
Worth, and was insured for $2,000.
Some sharper has been perpetra
ting extensive forgeiies on thfe firm oi
Edwards & Broughton, printers and
binders, of Raleigh. Checks with the
name of the firm forged have beer,
received at the firmV bank from
Wadesboro. Hiliaboro and other
A suit is to be tried in Kansas City
which may f urnish an important pre
cedent. A" commercial traveller was
recently robbed in ofic! oftbe streets
of that thrmmr town, una
claims damages fi6m tTie corporation
tfthe rod property of
jin 1 8
eftlvflKnn nil mrir&lv finds its war
j to the o tbe aisf JL-e, allaj s the
! n j - i z ik.fnMLmvjmd id.
iramajion, mu. v i otuu ug w
1 4-AUBt), effects a permanent cure. o
Mr. Ruhldn thinks there is a great
future for American art but be hard
ly realizes the enormous demand over
bare for Dr. BalT Cough Syrup. .
FgRTiuzFTts roa the GAzmES. Ir.
Harris' New Seed Catalogue for 1888
there is a valuable article on this eab-
iect from the pen of Joseph Harris.
There ia no more Tellable authority
; The catalogue is five to all who send
I their address on a postal card .to
i Joseph Harris Seed Co , Moreton
l Farm Rochester, N X
DO HOT rOEQET THAT J. W. SCOTT &
Ca.- Gieeasboro,i N. CL carry ctoe of
j the largest stocks of goodiinCentral
j North Carolina. Meichanta invited
iq can in person ot seaa orueis uy
; mfti. x&rv reftneetfullvr
J. W. SCOTT & CO.,
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Greensboro. N. C
Oct 27, 1887.
Notices ol deaths -And marriages Inserted
tre. Obituaries charged seven cents a line.
iKtrkinan, J. P.-, Mr. Willi ah Linuuet to Mies
j una riBBT, daughter of M. M. Perry. Esq
HAUGBTON. At Dallas, Texas, on January aetoi
1?88. Ml. CATOACEfE E. HAPGHTOJf. Wife Ot Mr.
Edward Hsughton and daughter ot the lateBwoka
Harrfs, Esq., in the 68th year of her age.
Ha Vina aoallfled as the arlmtntatnttir -nf
I opwuccr x. trcixy, aocnneea, i nereny noiiiy all
i persons holding claims against said decolent to
exuibtt the same to me, on or before February flth,
18W. JOHN E. HARMON.
i February 9. 1888.
This school ls situated at Liberty, on the C F.
kJ.V.K. R.. in a healthy sectton and raral com
munity. Opened Ja iiiary 16th and already lit
students enrolled. Board only 7 a month. The
Principal has had ten yearn' experience, and has
tour assistants. "For terms &c5 apply to
- J. M. WEATHERLY. Principal.
MIC POL .lit
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
- St nd'your brders,to .
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO,
Raleigh, IV, O,
Catalogues and order sheets free dn
application. . Feb. 9, 1883. 3.
USE 6IBBS & CO'S.
The best in the: world for Cotton,
Corn and Tobacco.
This is a pure animal fertilizer man
ufactured by E J. POWERS, Wil
mington, In. C.
t7. 1. lOWDOri, Afit.,
Feb. 9. 1888. Ptttsboro, N. C.
svmxasi, , o.
To Onr Frienfls anfi Patrons.
Feeling very grateful for a mot
liberal patronage bestowed upon us
luri ug the past four years, we have
decided to pay our attention in future
strictly to the
: Icjs BusrassSi
On and af ter tody, ur remaining
stock of heavy and faucy groceries
will be offered at . greatly reduced
prices to make room for car lots of
HAT, FODDER, SHOCKS. CORN,
OATS, WHEAT, RYE, PEAS.
MEAL, CGTTOS SESD
MEAL, CLOER AND
- GRASS SEEDS
of all kinds.
We will buy in car lots and direct
from the grower, aDd can and will
compete with Northern Markets. Thr
business will have pur careful ai ten
tion and trust that our efiorts may
W. J. WYATT & CO.
Pebrucir 9, 1838.
A nat ural compound of Bone Phos
phatt Limj Magnesia, Soluble Silica,
Sulphates. Chlorides and Potash. It
is mined in New Hanover couniy and
ground at Raleigh.
It is a complete mineral fertilizer,
containing everything required by
plants and most frequently lacking
The best, farmers have tried it and
all i-ecommend it.
For Sale by
X7. . xoxrootf t Agt.,
PlTTSBOKO, N. C
Feb'y 9, 1888, 2ms.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
jo EaTtng qualified as tli adihlnlstrator ot
tJftlid Haotmnck, deceaw4 I Jerfll)y wxlTy all
lrsonB hnktlnp claims against said decMfaitto
exhibit tvf same to me on or lelure the 2nd day
ot ttrtHnar. 1889. a. J, 3aaK iciu.
February a. 1888, - .
A DMINISTRATRIX" NOTICE.
fttariam onatifled as the administratrix ni J.
Q. X. liOacli, deo-ased. I hereby lioiify all person
"holdlug claims agiUimt ald decedetit V xhitU
the saice to me n or belore Uie 12ih day rit Jnna-
arj , 1889. - tl.WA A.UuA(JM.,
January 13Ub. 188S.
2 5 5 iSwS
VfRTTCTlER. OOMPSISIKa EVERT TTPE.
w, lDCladmg Ml toe fiaoa
, at the hrt Sonirt ed f
m-c f)M(!rtntlve llct- I'KEE. atid itiatn their own
tbftioe. Prii'e 25 oeats per ounce 5 -oniicea i
$1.00; per n- 3.00. s. i- Kaui.Au,
STAFFORD, SfflLEYi CO
HOLMAN"S MILLS P. O., Alajukce
Ca, N. C., Proprietors
Manufacture Turbine Water Wheels
of special merit, built eo as to be used
in or out of water-house, as. deared.
Also Grist and Fkfuring Mill Machin
ery, Circular Saw Mills with simulta
neous setting head-block, both simple
and durable and quick to operate?
Horse Powers, fcot Mortising Ma
chines, Cutting Machines, Com Sbel
lers Cane Mills, Mill Screws and dast
injjs of tarious kinds. Repairing
attended to promptly. Correspond
CSAETERED BO?. 9th, 1887.
j S CARR, :
C..& BRYAN, :
J. S. CARR,
W. W: FULLER,
IT "W C?XTrTTT
r u. i. OllUIT, .
itAS. A: BRYAft.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TPAHSACfEI).
AcfcoUiits uf Banks; Bankers, Corporations und Individ mils
ReceiTed on Favorable Terms.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing 4 per cent: interest, issueci
upon money tb remain oh deposit with the First Natiokae Bask 6 or 12
montiiH. . . ... , . v
COLLECTIONS made direct on all accessible points in the TJnited
States; and remitted for protoptfy at lowest rates:
PARTICULAR attention paid td the Business of Correspondents.
THIS BANK, being recently organized, is in condition to do.all clashes
of Bauking Business upon as favorable terms as ahv oilier Bank in the State!
BANKING SECURITY. The. United States Government requires
that a full Statement of the LtABitiTiES and Assets of all National Banks
shall be made and sworn to by at least three of the Directors every few
weeks, and besides this Bank Examiners are. sent cut at the pleasure of
the Government, whose duty it is made to thoroughly examine into the
condition of the Bank, hence National Banks afford a larger measure of
protection than any other Banking syetgiri: ".
CHARACTER AND CAPiTAL- The character o? the Officers, Direc
tors and Stockholders of the First National Bank is the very highest; and
ench Stockholder is, under the National Bank law, responsible for double,
the amount of his Stot-k. No Bank has lnore character ot credit, or better
facilities than the First National. .
We want a share of your business. We solicit your patron
age. We guarantsd entire satisfaction in all business
intrusted to our care:
Feby 3, 1SS8: Brui.
Durham, N. C..
WILL BE READY FOR YOUR TOBACCO AFTER JANUARY 16TH
WHERE YOU WILL GET THE BlGHEoT
FOR ALL GRADES!
Best Warelioiise, Best Light,
I!OB MAN AND BEAST IN N. C. OE VIRGINIA.
Bnsiness transacted with promptness and Accuracy, and the highest
prices always guaranteed. A hearty welcome awaits all who may come.
J. L N1SSEN
MOttNB IOTNB WAfiDK
MANUFACTUllEb Bt C. F. NISSEN & CO., SALEM, N. C.
Wc nse'hest Steel
Thimble Skein made,
aud will not . break.
They ?u-e the sole
ncanGfactPrerg of th
. Straight Hind
Hormd, iu .le of per
fect K straight grain
timb&r. We use square
tennon on the end of the spoke that goes in felloe They make all styles
and sizes of first-class wagons. Do rot be deceived ; see that you buy tl e
wagon bearing the name of J. I. NISSKN on hind gate and axle, and get
the best wagon made.
The J. I NISSEN WAGON is sold and fully warranted by
W. L. LONDON, AaenU
Oct. 27, 1887. 6ms. Pittbboro', N. C.
Low Prices ou
fatp ai Bsny Material,
SASH, DOORS, BLHIDS,
PAINrS, OIL, GLASS,
Lame, Plaster, Cement,
GUNS, SHELLS, POWDER,
SHOT, CAPS and WADS.
Thomas i Bnw ft.-Sni
RALEIGH, N. C
THE PRICE TELLS !
TELLS THE PRICE.
ORTGAGE SALE BY VIR
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JIN xUtOI mortgage bmcbmm "
. . . . a r.hnim. lmi I will
seil x public ufem toroash M Uie oourt-boutte
door, ia nueu'wv ."
said nwrtgage. J. W. KIs&mas.
Jaary irJi, ivao.
OfiTGAGE SALrl BY VIR
w writ, tve- MB.
. m. ii a i a tith u"'- ;C.J.
i. tm ifes on We nd GhftX FeWJftry, ,
I trill sell i put-Uc aucil-va rwoab.n vONn Y.
the isth 3y t Febrriiiry, 1 58s, at l!i yun
bouse dor in KusSwC certala Wat ot
land in Wfldwln toViwSIp, Chatham con&ty. Iyln
on ib wwi tMte l thoW ailtebor.-" road, adj.lu
lng e lands olW.D.-gao,T H. IV and io-eaNandoqntaliJnceWittWAcre-
Bank of Durham,
LEO D. HKARTf .
CHAS: A. JOLtDAN,
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A. II. STOKES.
R. D: J0NE8, J J. W. WALKER;
C. S: BRYAN:
a ..BP. WViTT.
iGsneral Comlssiss IMaiits ad
j Cotton Sellers.
We lave on hand a full line of
I HEAVY GROCERIES, FEED
of every description, atec
j BAGGING AND TIES,
j which we offer to the public at bot
I torn prices.
Will make cash advances on Cotton
in band, wben desired.
Give us a trial and see what we cari
do. WYATT & TAYLOR,
S. 18 Bw MMrtfn and 16 exchange Plc.
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i September 15, 188V.
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