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THE . W EE K L Y L E DG E R .
r May '1878J
3IETIIOD1ST CHURCH : Rev. J.
.HiMtin:iii. luistoi. Services at
. o'clock, A. '-M nil at 7 .1-2 o'clock.
P. M.. each Sunday except the third.
Praver meeting every Wednesday
id'dit at " 1-2 o'clock. Sunday school
every Sunday at ! 1-2 o'clock. A-M.
Thomas l' Norwood, superintendent.
CHAPEL OF THE CROSS. (KiiU-o-id)'
Rev.' Dr. Siitton, of Pitt-boro.
.reaches at 11 A.IM. anK7:ir2 1. M.
A Sunday; Pre.-idcnt Battle
iMimliicts' services on every Sunday
except third. J . , :
r.AFtlST CHURCH: Rev. A. C.
Dixon, pastor.- Services every Sun
. ' day at 11 o'clock. A.i My and 7 1-2
" o'clock, P. M. 'Pi'-ayvr meeting every
Thursday nigbt at 7 1-2. oVlock. Sun
day 'school every Sunday at 0 o'clock.
A.M. 11-61. A. F.MIcd'd, superinten
dent. 4 ; 1 -
PR 1 IS li : l 'KKIA.N CIIIKCII :- ilev.
. Mr. -l).nlton of. High Point, preaches
at lr A. 31. and 7 1-2 F. M. every 3d
Sunda v. . Prayer meeting every week
on "Wednesday night at 7 1-2 o'clock.
Sundav school every Sunday at .
- olpck.F i M. Dr. A. 11. Ledoux,
' ' superintendent.- j
Rkv.'A'. W. Mangum. will occupy the
Met hodt-1 Church j pulpit oil 'Sunday
next.'- . .1 f :
A tine horse. belonging, to Mr. 'XV. F.
Askew "died suddenly" Thursday evening
last.j . - - ; - v - ' '...'.
The nobbiest' "tiring out." Those
'beautiful variegated silk luindkerchiels.
at Weaver s, 25 cents each. , -
Thk Editor of i the- Hillsboro Recor
der regrets that- tjiej proceedings of the
Chapel Hill Township ' Convention
' reached him too - laje for hikertion. in
- this issjte of that journal. v . ' f ,
'.' "Why is it that the Town Commis
sioners do not publish the reports of the
town otlicersyj Our rates of advertising
are verv cheip and a standing contract
can befmade with the Manager, of the
Lkihieii:. i ! '
The Rev. Jos. IS. Cheshire. Jr., " will
'occupy- the pulpit of Chapel of the
iCross, Episcopal Church", on to-morrow
j at It" o'clock. jMiv Cheshire has been
assigned to this Parish by the Episcopal
General Convention.! ) ;
' Xkav AdvkictiskMknts. Kead the
column advertisement ot 1). McCauley.
Go and examine his "oods. lie caii suit
' vou'in almot anythiiig.
(Set "ready for commencement bVcall
in" on Messrs. Markliani ami Woodward
ami making yoiir purchases.
". lki:si isa I.4-4-M rs. M'ill.N wife of .las.
MiHsj Msq.. Icadintr Editor rt" the I'itt.
bur 'W, is Jiayiii a iif to , hei
brother. James, M. Alexander. Es.j.
Judiro W. Il.lll;ilt: lias ju-f eiuiueo
"frnnrtrtfliillijiton wlwre he Iiaslbeen a--a
delegate tnunj Chapel t .the -'CfroffS !
ft... I :.ii.t:i1 l-!iiM-o!iid Coiiventit'ii. . ;
Ourejiterpi i-m.U int n bant. D.-McCai;.--lev.
and" .fa m ill. :!ceUinp;iiiicd by Mi.
:..!itn Iii ,i-tJ. M. ieii eiei.u;:v i
fieiid soiuetime in ilae mountains. ; M r.
McCaub hc:s;lih isirtr. very good." and
it is ho;.:d ibis ti iii will fully iv-ioiehcr
tther'iormer lialt oi- liealth:
t'.. .: . .
AT HIK Sj'KSCKK
T n sr rn" r k . 1 1 fi. i; i
M i: s !.-
A. large AvA iVsm- t'ul
;i.udfeif-e a .
at this I n-ti-
assembled on Ti:s lay la-t
tutt; to witiii s-the closing -xerei
tKat school. An :uldre
bv a Imember of- the' S.euioi
The Senior chores
Come . come.
and bejuttifullv 00.
eoiiiT." a seleetion f l
'om "Niner i.anieiu
The vocal soloicitidy sin Armorbearer,
was sling Uv Maker '-Willie Uattle, a full
choriis of v,ieesassi ing. 1 .
;..Tli exercises jwcrej inlersjiersed W.ith
6les, ilm.'ts, tiiofc?. puirtetts and lull clio
' 1 uses !":'. ' '
The first" pri. was'given to Miss Jen
nie" Thompson, and, Mis Lizzie Martin
wonftbe fcc.condj pri'.K
The occasion iva one of joy to all the
scholars, and their j rendition rctlects
much crediCon their aceompiished pre
ceptor. We regret that 'we coubpiot at
tend although a? dnicn 'invitation de
manded our compliance , .. '
ks.si:.-?. EiH'iJoi:s. The pie-uie, f)r
tlnvcirudreii of (lie Methodist. Sunday
SehoolJhVthe giiove near Mi Xewtor.'s,
h Sat urday, w;i; a pleasant alfair. The
Vbildreil first met at he - church where
a nroressioii was 'tVn-rrteL with the Mav-
1 iHeu elect Miss Lula Fell at the head,
Miirouuttcd bv -lier ! maids of. honor.
i lien ine procession, 'onuueteu oy uie
Chief marshal. Master Ernest Manginn,
and his v subs,7 proceeded., to, the grove
where amalst singing; ami speeches and
llowers amr.fmiling hiie4 the queen was
crow ned. in a right rMya? maimer. Mr.
ou'thg:ite was thent jalkMl upon, who
mat lo a short and appropriate speech,
after which -the. children '"dispersetl for
fun and frolic, with liisti uctions to re
iissemble at 12 o'clock for dinner. The
grove-was then, for awhile, a gay sceUie
bf romp and merrimetit until they were
asH-mhled.-by rci'uest;' for singing, and
like the wild birds of the forest their
w eet voices rangj out on the breeze, as
iIm'v m iiiIoi-.wI in lioonf ! ful enneert sev-
end of theirSabbath School songs. Diu
Hr, which had been tiistdfully arranged
'y seveml good ladieliesent, . was im
iiouiicel, and gathering around they
1 iri.i it .... : . . r. . c
ud. ample justice to thegood things pre
l'.ued tor their entertainment. Shortly
the: chiklren 'were
ii.n..,..i :.. . . , . , i .
W . K " ft ,,v
;l;jked their thir with its crystal wii -
:!'! lieturningj all 4oon dispeised to
"Jj-'ir homes, several escorting the beau-
'"nl.tliieeii to her residence. All who
'l 1. 1 l'si 1 1 i n I 1 1 1 -iil tl V-t e!rn
e indebted to Mr. AHUie Betts, who k
iff P pri"cil,al mover in getting it up.
. -Jt'tts wlii-le preiTcirimr for irreater
finishing- his studies in
-"."veivitj-, finds tnue to do much
m . ,lu Woik Ibrthe Smvdav Sclibols
i-H. n:c t-lijj.j.-y ( : - - - .-ft i
i t :
For the Ledger.
EETl'EIt FKOM: O Ul i i) E L IX Q U E N T
Mkssrs. Editors. It.is highly pro
per that all 3 oun Editors newly seated
upon the tripod should be intro
duced to every variety of editorial ex
perience and trial with :is little delay as
possible. This is an undeniable propo
sition. AH true friends and well wishers'
of the Chapel Hill Lkdokr and its con
ductors must therefore feel it incum
oent on tnem to assist in the torina
tlie editorial mind hy presenting
selves to your notice- in one -or a
bent on them to assist in the formation of
e.hameti'i ut. ill toil to" evoreise '. vour
'virtues, enlarge your hoii,oiL, increase
your laith, and siimulate your energies.
One friend, no doubt,, will send you a.
batch of spring poetry." with the kindly
view to familiarie you with the use of
the waste-basket, 'Another . Avill form
the habit of borrowing your exchanges
in order to teach, you jjatiei'ice'aind so
on. By far the greater part, let. 1116
hope, 'propose' to, cultivate in you the
invaluable 'habit of lookinir on the
-J bright side of thing's, by generous-.and
steady support ani.rencouragement.
; For myself, however, after some .re-:'
llection i decided foTuulertake the part
of the Delinquent Subscriber, as best
suited to 1113 own convenience, and best
adapted to give vou-a lesson in the inv
'valuable art of successfully managing
your finances- without money. This . is
one ot tlie great, lessons or me nay. o
newspaper man, more especiallyii can be
said to have been even initiated in his
profession, who has not had a full expe
rience in all the ins and outs, and tips
ami down's closely consequent- upon 'a
state of entire 'impecuniosity. I felt
therefore, th;ft I had entered upon a
coulee of action ..which ought to entitle
mo to your lasting .gratitude, and :1
counted. in:ou youi-c seeing it in that
light I did not dream of a riun. I read
ihe first -number ot , the Ei:ii;i:u. (as
much of it at least as I could.) with se
rene eo5oyiiiciit and a' sense 'of conscious,
virtue, jjl'lie notice to pay oil receipi-nf
"Niv.l. ttul liot disturb me. 1 apiroved
of the paper, ami recommended it to all
m friends. Xo.'2" ariived ; 1 tliou.Iit
.it better, than; A o. J. liie receipt
for one year's, subscription which
accompanied Xo 2 and which I was po
litely requested to sign, appeared to me
not worth noticing. I said "u&vcr'inint!,""
to-the t airier, and handed, it back to
him. ; lie looked iloubtlul.'but'retii $ in
good order. J list before No. S came u .
1 received that receipt ai-rain. . I' -Was be
ginning to be annoyed, but thoughtl
best to bi lirra. feeling sure, of my mo
tives, and anxious only for your advantage."-
I declined lo receive the receipt,
and sent. word that it , was till '. i'iyTit."
The .'carrier; appeared t ihiuk there was
seme mistakeVlmt I assured him. there
was node, and regarded him steadily.
lie again retired. Xo A aii)eared. It
receive 1 my unqualitieil approbation,
and I conld'not but congratidate myself
plidiaving in my humlde sphere con
tributed to make it so spicy, liewsy. and
agreeabl.-. A course of low-diet. -it. M
well known, has b en.atte;ulel with fa
vorable clleeis oir the huinau intellect
toveil since the days of Dauiciantl ins iei.
lows, and uie vm; no raw ai -oi i..o mmi
r!n I ! i.:i !:' .iinoial' n .'come was cer-
i.iiiilv !!. srtu row
w;mls roilucijiir tlie
w a I er -a i id ilicreasr
sJatl to "-pulse aiul
'knowledge and skill in1 all
Monday morning iap-
pe v ihai rc.cipt once' more.
Xow Messrs. Editors,' please lind en
cUisim! sl.r0. I send' it more in sorrow
thau'iu anger. Vou are youug and
have miiclj to i-ain i .Much, IVut can it
be tliafyou do'tidtkiiow that in. every list
ul Kub-c-ibrs to 'every' well conducted
and '-success a 1 1 ,i ic wspa pe r i 1 1 the v. orhl
ihi-ie im'bt innsf In' ic ,
1 i:i.iN' m i.s v
if ii' mi:i:t-
I . Cti.VPKii. Iln.i-. Ma' 11.
. ruisuant to not ielgi veil 'by the- Ksr
ecuVlve o:uuutt( e. Uhe people assem
blyd ill '.h.'lpcl 1 1 1 1 1 to,sel"ct.deli'g;Ue
tt represent them at tbe-general cou
venlion at lldlslioi-o.lay IS.
;i motion of David McCauley -Esq.',
Jones Wajson. Ls.j.,; w;i- called to the
cliuiu' Oil motion of .his.. M. Alexander,
1 . Wj-istori was elected secretary.
Tlie.Chairmaii state.l the object ot tlie
I . . : 1 .. I 4 1 . . . . . -
liigi ami coiimiciKici mi; inmost
tutu mot ion
the 1 -chair appointed 51
omniihee of nine tdselect ten delegates
subject to the action; of the Convention.
Tlie Chair appointed' thcffbllowing :
D M-Caulev. Jesse Cole. M. McCauley,
.Sr.,' llarvev Clavtor,! J. M. Alexander.
John Ward, D. C. Duvis, Vm. Strapi,
ami Dr. W. P. Mallett.
. During the absence of the coinmittee,
the chairman made a few remarks.
F. D. Winston, editor of the Lkdgku,
was called upon and responded in the
interest of his paper. .
Capt. J. K. ilutchiiis spoke of the de
pressed j agricultural condition. The
necessity ot an experimental station and
of a railroad ,
The committee returned ami submit
ted the following names which vere
elected, the vote, being taken on each
J. L. Craige, .
1). C. Davis,
John - Ward, F
XV 1 J. Xewtour i
Chas. WJ Johnston,
Harvey E. Clavtor,
William Strain, ,
W. II. Llovd,
J. S. Til ley,
J. XV. Carr,
J. M. Alexapder, -
John II. y aXson,
It. was 'moved and earned that a', copy
of the proceedings of this Convention be
.sent to the Recorder and Lkogku "with
a request for publicatioit
' JOXES WATSOX, Ciim.
F. D. AVixsxbx, St:c.
Xkw Sciioon i:u. At 12 o'clock to
day a contract will be publicly let for
building a large two, masted Schooner to
ply the - waters between the City well
nod tlie store oix.. J : v caver. isn. xne
boi willU-ut ou the line ut Nearly
Tlie 3Iayor will be" master of ceremo-
at the launching ami an orator iroin
- Ynrk Oitv has been procured.
A inro-ft attelidancd of the citizens of
-ti i -it:ii -ill bo nreseiit. It. Avill be
a thin" unheard of in this Village... Ihe
water In" the lake; on Tuesday last was
three fathoms. ,s j .
Mrs. TiurStAs Kii;kiam will accoin-j-
ate boarders during the 2s ormai sciiooi.
. . COUNTY MATTERS.!
The following is the statement of the
Board of Commissioners of the, county
of Orange for the month of May, 1873:
The following members of the Board
wero xresent ; i '
''-' Jones .IVatson, Chairman,
Xclson P. Hall,
John. Lvon, f.J
vV . V. Patterson, - A
D. F. lorrpw.
License was granted to the following
persons to retail spirits in Oringe
County-, for 12 mouths from 1st May, '78.
William Mangym & Son ; E...TjtJill
Isreal Turner-; Janies lA. Cheek ;'S. 11.
(''arrinton ; Garnud & Co. ; W. 11. Viek
ers. .. J : . : . v
It was ordered that George Flintom be
appointed overseer of the road leading
from McCowiis' Mill to Cross, lloads at
Lipscomb's. r: ' -
It was ordered that John Crabtree be
appointed overseer of the road leading
from Parker's Cross lloads to-jMuddy
jBrauch iu Mangum Township.
i It was ordered that 'John A. Findley ,
have permissioii. to open the road from
Fnidlev-'s Corner (knowfi as the rock cor-
ti' r; leaning nortn to tne puoneroau.
It -was onlered that Kobert .Morrow be
release! from iiaying ;Poll Tax for the
yeai"1878,ou account ofdisability.
jit was oruereu uiat iue iDueriu receive
forty' cents per day for feeding prisoners,
and sixty cents turnkey. h.f
It was ordered that -Daniel Thompson
be notified, to repair the bridge pnToms
Creek at the head of his mill pond in
Bingham Township. I
I t was ordered that It. W. Crabtrce be
exempt. from working tlie iublie' roads
on account of disability. ' .
It w'.is ordered that Epliraim Cates fe
ceivc teii dollars per jp tarter fordiis sup
port aiivl family but of county funds.
The following Justices of the T'eaee
were appointed to"" take the fax list in
Orange County, for the year 1S7S, to wit :
John M. Blackwood, Hillsboro Town
ship." - . -- ':- . A ' " . ..-; j : '-
W. W. AllisOii,Ceiiar Grove Tbwnshipi
A. S. IIolden, Little lliver ,Towiiship.:
Ji W.,Iatta,.Lebanou Townshij).
A. K. Umkekul, Mangum Towijshii).
M. A. Atigier, Durham Toiwiiship.
S. II. Turientine,Pattersou Township.
J. II. Watson, Cha'pel HiirTownship.
S. S. Webb,'Biiigiiani Towiiship
It was ordered that the above named
persons he notified to attend the." Board
of Commissioners as a Board-of assessors
on the 1st Monday. in June next for the
purpose of agreeing upon'a uniform scale
o persoiial proi)erty id the county. ,
. It was ordered that the Treasurer" pay
the following a mount si
Mosei McCown, 20 Lemuel Lynch,
U P. $.1:1."; John D. Cameron, $ 13; A. K.
Umsteaih J. P., 7.7"); J. B. Marcom, ot
ticer, (i.70; Mrs. ParksJ $7."K); Thonfas II.
II ughes,' Shei itf, " b)f feeding prisoners,
5:,8.2r); T. J. Wilson, $1Q.50; 1). C. Par
rish, J. P., $4.15; Shcritl Person County,
$.fl.7U; Tho.. II. Hughes,; Sheriff .fees,
$1 .").;.; Clerk Superior Court, $lli.l7;
Calvin E. Parish, 00; Jones Watson,
f!-C(M; M. A. Angier, Jl P., $11.0.1; John
Mi Blackwood. J. P., $0.40; D. M. Laws,
fo-jmer jailer. - $I41.50;iS. II. lireeze, Of
ficer court, $l(i.2r; Win. IcCauley, of
ticer court, .?18.2.": Ym 1 1. Jordan, ollicer
court, 18.2"; Jury -Tickets, Fall, 1877,
V1U.20; J.iiry, Tickets, Spring, I87lru So.OllS
witness tickets, ?l'2a.52.
For the Ledger.
the ric-xic- at lroBEiisbx's
. ' 1 AHLL. . - ; '
Ikssus. Editoks; ,You corres
pondent left the beiutiful village- of
Chapel Hill last Aloiutay .-morninu: to
attend the pic-hicat ltobersoifs Mill.
After a'' pleasant ride oi an hour
and lifteeif .minutes,! I- reached my.
d stinatioii,' where J found a laroe
crowd of gC'ntlemeii and beautiful
ladies. Pcrce'ivin'jtimt the crowd
was composed bt gentlemen ot intel
ligence! I immediately 'pitched itf"
and sounded, them thorouojily on the
merits o the Lt:D(L;ii, I was de
Ughted lo lind it so highly appreci
ated by the citizens of tlum section.
All with whom I ;convcrp;d, pro
nounced it a journal of merit, and
predicted : that It would vjiry soon
stand in the first ranks of X. C.jour
nalismj '' In conseqiience dttthe pres
ent financial condition of the country,
I was not as successful in obtaining
subscribers as I had anticipated. But
regrets that more yvas not done, gives
way to gratitude for the results
acliievecl, , 1 i. .
About two o'clock, when I began
to think the cook yas dead I was de
lighted "to near some one exclaim,
"Oh Lyes, comethis! way, and partake
of a Joe Turner dinner." Wending
;ny way thither, i found a'tuble filled
with All the substantials and luxuries
that the appetite of, the most fastid
ious epicure could desire. After do
ing full justice to this excellent din
ner we tell back to our original "po
sish" and out ears were regaled with
sweet strains' of music.
M:usie arose With its voluptous swell.
Soft ey'es looked love to eyes, ;
"Which were returned in sweet replies.
; '-And all .went merry as a marriage
y , bell."-' ' - - , .; -.; . .' -
haste and brevity as I Tre-
smne your space is like my time,
Thine-for the Hight.
J. E. W.
' If our readers see any lack of matter
in this issue of the Jedgeu, -we hope
fliey will, take into- coi'.sideiiition the
fact that we are busy with examinations.
As soon as we emerge! from Sulphurated
Hydrogen Carbon Bi-Sulphide, rotteu
eggs and burnt, cabbage, we will give
our entile time tof our; paper
The first regular meeting of the town
Aldermen was held last Monday night.
An election was held for town ofticers
with tire following result :
- Mayor. John H. Watson.. .
Clerk and. Treasurer. D. McCauley.
Constable. Geo. W.. liarbee.
Weigh! Master, W.J. Hogan, Jr. 7 ;
These are all good officers, and they
will regulate And rule! over town affairs
according to law.
. , -
NKW GOODS !
!"-.'.;. V -- L :.;'. : -'
Stock of Goods is now complete in
every-' Department, and will be sold at
--1 v-' -'; -" -"l'-
I bottom nucES FOE cash;;
:. I ' ''-'- . - :' ' 4 . '. V-
or to-prompt paying customers. !
His Stock consists in part of ' l!
CASSpiEItES, CLOTHS, COT-
! TOXADES, LIXEN , D1HLLS
for Pants and Suits, &e. '.'' ' ,
A Full Line of Domestic 10-4 bleached
and unbleached SHEETING. PILLOW
CASE Goods. LAKE GEOIiGE A. A.
HEAVY S11EETIXG 4-4. LONSDALE
CAM Bill C
' A Full Line of ii
FIGURED AND PLAIN
. T -
Dress Groocls in
-.. Style. - : .
LIXEX FOK L-ADIES SUITS
-1 ;-: ; . ' '.' - ;, .- i '
and Til Ar ELLIN G DliESSES.'
.; r' : ... I ': '"-
HAMBUKG EDGINGS, in every style
from 5 cents "up. LIXEN
'. TOWELS and .
LvilSEILLEi? QUILTS, a large lot.
'KEEPS SlflliTS and COLLAKSr ii
fail line. .
MILES and ZIEGLER'S '
hand made Shoes in every Style, for
Get tlemen, Ladies, Misses :nul Chil
dren. Also a large lot of other good
and iopular makes of Shoes. : -
is Headquarters for , . '" j .
BACON, LAUD and GllOCE-
, i . -. , .-i ;
ItlES, CAN VASSEl) & SUGAR
CURED HAMS- :onl hand all the
,time at Bottom Prices.
1 '. ' '. '.''., 'H'i V- -' .fl L V :'f ;' ''
N. C. HAMS and islDES. at lOcts.
- I : v - v ; w : ' J
GiJUD BRmVNblJGAR at lOcts
Casii. GRANULATED, (JUT
LOAF and bcst BROWN. SU-
--' . " ""-'"' ,(-' ' -
' GAR at lowest prices. : , y! j
GKITS and lI03IIXValways on hand.
A FULL LIXE" OF FJSHr X. C.
: CUT HERItlXG, MULLETS
' BLUE FISI), &c.
BEST CUBA MOLASSES and PUKE
Vj IIOXEY DRIP SYRUP.
PURE CIDER YIXEGAR and
A FRESH RICE. J
A fulj ShVck of Farmer:s Friend
Plows, Points and Bolts, always on
hand. .'' . ." t . '.
, S WEEDS ilefined, Rod, Spiare and
ilohnd Iron on hand,, of all the differ
ent sizes at the lowest cash price.
'. ;.!--".. ' 1 ''h.ti .
COTTOX HOES hi. all the latest and
improved styles. !. ! '
. - . . '. -i .; - -
HORSE and MULE SHOES and
- - - ' i'; ' ; .
I i XAILS. , . ..
CUT and FIX ISIIIXG XAILS e of
every size. :'s i . ' ' "
GRAIN and GRASS BLADES.
..-.' - - , ''." '.' j --.' -In
fact, .everything in. the. 1 lard Vare
Line. ' 1
A beautiful line of-; ' -
1 - !' - -.' ' ' I' i'
LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN'S
I, , 1 T . ;
TRIMMED and UXTRIMMED ,
r : ' I- HATS. .
RIBBOXS, RUFFS, CUFFS and COL-
- ' LARS in every Style.
A full Line of Gentlemen and Ladies
XECKTIES. ' ' )
Gentlemen and . Boyrs FKLT and
, - in all
the latest and
A full liiie of Mens and Boys liEADY
MADE CLOTHING at prices that can
not be beat. .
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS that
beats them all, from jl 5 cents to $3. .
If you want to save money, come. to
McCAULEY'S, where you 'will find
what you want at prices to suit every
body. , .
Thanking the public for the liberal
patronage given me heretofore, I pledge
myself in the futuri, as I, have tried to
do in the past, to treat everybody right
and give them the worth of their
money. A'ery respectfully, '
, : : D. McCAULEV.
Chapel IlilX.C.; May lS lSTS. l
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For tbe Best. Goods at the
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For Dress Goods, Dry Goods
For Ready-Alade Cloth ing,. Hats, Boots anil Shoes I
For Ladies and Child rens Ready-Aladc Suits I
HEADQUARTERS, 'j . K j 1
For Ladies Linen,' Cashmere and Silk Wraps !
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' HEADQUARTERS, f- : r
li'or 'T.ndips'l )rrss Trinirninnrc
HE AD dUARTERS,
For Kid Gloves, Bows, Ties
For Pant Goods, Tickings
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For Carpets, Mattings Window Shades, fcc.
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. IIEAI)QUARTERS; ' .
For Fine Gfbceries, Plated Table Ware, -etc. "
In fact I AM HEADQUARTERS; for anything you iaay needl
ahd l; always sell my goojds at Bottom Prices I carry
Freshest and Most Fashionable Stock of Goo-s in the County, atul am
sure to please you. Give me a call -
CtOrders by Mail attended
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, COTTON MARKET. -Middling,
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Strict Low Middling, . 9 1-4
lOw Middling, ' - 0 . '
Ordinary', J'-, -- 7 3-4
Middling Stains, , . 8 1-2
Low Middliirg Stains, 8 1-8
Good Ordinary Stains,. 1 7 3-4
, Tone of market quiet.
CITY M AR K ET -WHOLESALE ;
CASH .PRICES. ,
Cotton' Ties, new,
" ii" spliced, ' ' ; ' s
FhnTr, Xorth Carolina,
Corn, '- ' '' :'''-'.
Bacon, X. ,C, Hog Round,
Western, . .
Qoffee, prime," Rio,
. 4 l-2
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Bacoii, XI C, hog round.' ;
' Bulk Sides, - . .
. " " Shoulders
Bacon Pork. Mess. J.1 ' ! '.";.'
' 5 1-2
17 00al7 50
, - - . 1 80
Salt, I :
Flour, per barrel.
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5 25 to G 25
Svrun. OOaSO Black (Strap.-- ' 30
i JXIJilL6i-o 3Xiii-lcits.
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Bacon, X. C. hog round, 8
Baltimore, sides,,' -' - ' - 7
Butter, , ' 20
Eggs, per doz., ' 10
Corn, - , .50
Wheat, i - ' : 81. W
Chickens J , . 15to25
Mutton, ' ' - "-.',. , OtoS
Beef, " ' ' 4to
Sugar, ' - 10tol2 1-2
Lard,, , , . 10
Meal, " .:,' ''-, ; ;'- '
Lugs, dark common,
. . " good ti
" good,' .
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Leaf, red. .
1 00 to 2 00
2 50 to 3' 50
. A 00 to 5 W
5 '(JO to 8 50
11 25 to 20 00
4. 00 to 8 00
10 00 to 00 :00
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BY J. W. CARR, Esq. .
Bacon? X C, hog round,
Corn, new, '
Peas, . . - ..; . -. '"
Lard, - V .
Flour, per barrel, -
Oats, ';- .. -; - "
Beeswax, v i
Sweet Potatoes, I
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50 to 00
15 to 20
Lowest Prices !
Trlrn'mliirr Silt TlihlinnS nfuL Trlni'i'n f
Domestics, &c. &c.
the Largest t
4 - you can do no better.
RS. E. C., MARKIIAM A WOOD-
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have just opened a frcsli' Stock of !
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KID GLOVES, 50 cents. ;
REAL JIAIR BRAIDS, $2.
J UTS HAIR, o0 cents. .
Also a idee lot, of JET JEWELRY.
FANS, BO W.S &c. New Goods recti veil
i every few 'days. Call and see our goods
before purchasing eiscwuere. 1 .
- 'MARKIIAM & WOODWAhD.
.Chapel ilill,.N. C., May 18,1878.;
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Haviiig purchased the entire Interest i
;of my father in the Furii.lt ii re BusJiiwr.
it would say that I expect to coihimie v
ithe same . lat the old shop nearly pH- ;
site the hotel, and I most respect lull v i
jsolieit oider-j for nqw work, or rep;l'r'
jUkl work ;m;ue as gpou as new,' alio sat-?
Ssfactioii jgiven. tltirth'rrmorc, 1 am,
oing to sell as cheap -as 'I can, and will
Kvarrant fura reasonable Jength of tiiijr'.'
nny article, in the Furniture line which
imay be purchased of me. Such a , '.-
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, v '
TABLES, ic, ;
in lact, auytlung you ,M'ant, by.givlug-
!ne jKhort;iiofhc, will be made j hi limf ,
uidf satisfaction given, ok. 'ku TBAIB.
lie sure you examine my Furniture,
Mliicli iSi! handmade, before purchasing
elsewhere. : ' " -
Students of the, Uniycrsity an -re-; r
ectfidly invited to notice my work
ind style or45clstvau.vC y
Respecthilly.' I f
my 4-3m J ASFER UTLE
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II O U S E .
I Mils. V. C. FELL wil
bbaUlers during Comm
fomial jScIio'ol. 'Her c
the Noriifal Schol wiJ
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mon in lor uiuic uoaiuuia
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Orders for tine Avork respectfully i-o
I jiepairing neatly done
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at short - no-
tlce. Satisfaction guahinteed. ' TeriiU;
V. A T E B O A lljD ,
At my residence next to the Lkimiki:' ,
qfHcc, 'aiid withiii one hundred yn 5of
the College, I in accommodate twelve
to lifteeu boarders during Commfin t
ment aiul Normal. Schoof. Table fii
jdied with tlie1 best that ihl$ .'ami other
liarketsi can affohl,.' Satisfaction ruar-
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.ppiy ,iO'or atiores-i
MISS. A. Ji
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