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T II K W K fc K L Y LE D G E It,
Satukdav
-Sept. 14, 1878.
U contracts for advertisements
hould be made with Jos. A. Harris,'
i?....iiivt Jlunajrer. VJinee on rraimim
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Street, ppj
Esq- '
ositc the tore of. J. W. Carr,
-j-n .fimniiiiiii'Mtion on ousincss
l,onld be addressed to--The Weekly
ii I VPKI-OF 'TUB CROSS. (Episro
..".ni Rev. Jos. H. . Cheshire. pastnri
"Wvlcea at 11 o'clock. A. M., and b
" o'clock. 1. M- each Sunday.
r friar' cnuftrn : liwA A
'bixom- pastor. 'Services t,vlT -s"n:
div at 11 o'clock, A. M. ami vS
oYloek, P. M. Pi aver meeting very
. Thursdav night at S o'clock. Sun-il-iv
schol even Sunday at 0 o'clock.
A . M 1 ro 1 . s u pe r i a t e n -
tlent-
MKTUODIST CHUCliH: Rev. J. V.
' liehinau. pastor. Services 1, at 11
o'clock, A. M.. and at - 8 o clock.
P M- each Sunday excel the third.
T pniver meeting every Wednesday
. ni"ht at S o'clock. Sunday school
every Sunday :lt 9. o'clock. A. M.
' Thomas F. Norwood, supcrintdenent.
f.rsRYTERlAN CHURCH : Rev.
Mr'palton. of High Point, preaches
at 11 A. M. and 8, P. M. every 4th
iv. I'mver meetinir everv week
Ati AYrdnesdav night at S o clock
c...,.i x- Ki-hool everv Sunday at 9,
nVloi-k. A M. Dr. X. "11.. Lcdoux
uierintendcnt.
taU now close as follows:
For Durham, daily, Sunday excepted.
G. A. M. ; -.
f For Chatham county, once a week-
Satunlav (k A. M. '
The ofllce opens for, delivery of mails
at 2:30, P. 31. "
A. MICKLE, P. M.
H031E 3IATTKHS.
Post Office Regulations. )
Clripel Hil- X. C Aug. :), ;78. $
Post Ome will, be closed one hour"
for opening and closing mails.
No stamiw sold ofbusines transacted
while opening and closing mails."
No letters will be forwarded, unless
prepaid, at least, one full rate J cents
No second class matter will .be for
warded unless fully prepaid. . f
Positively no stamps sold on credit.
Post-masters areno. required to, make:
change or accept mutilated currency.
Put your letter in the letter nox.
i A. MICKLE, P. M.
APPOINTMENTS OF HON. JOS. J.
i DAVIS.
We announce the following as the
! appointment for the. Comity ol Orange.
made in consomme iorine i-onvi'iiifiii-of
Mr. Davis. The other candidate
mar goveni themselve accordingly ;
Durham. Fridav. Sept.' 20th.
Chpel Hill. Saturday. Sept. -'1st.
Cntes, Mondav, Sept. 23rd. .
Cedar Grovctuesduv. Sept. 24th.
Caldwell, UVdm-sdav. Sept. 2.",th.
Manjutn's.Thurstlay. Spt. 2Giii.
Hill-lMro, TiiesIay of OrangevCourt
week, Oct. .loth.' . i
DOTS
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in thin
LoctifHlvrrtUtemcnU inserted
column, at 10 cents cr Uiic
Fniit is scarce. ,
A little butter would sell in Chapel
Hill. 1 . ' ,
, It rains still, and yet our citizens are
tiot happj-.
Still the boys come',, and yet there is
room for more at the University.
Rev. Solomon Pool will preach in the
Methodist Church next -Sunday. morn
Jiig at 11 o'clock. '. 1 .
If you want tc make our heart? happy
take the "Ledger for 12 'months and
pay for it in advanced
.The markets "which appear to-day,
will appear regularly hereafter, revised
and carefully corrected. i '
There will be 'senices at Orange
Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev.
J.F. Htitman will officiate.
If you wish to know when to paj' your
taxes, run all- over: town and look on
the trees. Wonder if the Commrssion
erknowthe Ledger is published?
I he. power of the LEDGERis.au undis
puteilfiict. In two and a half hours
after the above was put in type, Mi: J.
w". Rarboe. our town constable, caihe in
to our .ollU-e and handed In a tax notice.
New Stock of Clocks just received by
Jf Kzzell, hud will be sohl cheap. A
ehan-; of Lis advei tiseincut will appear
nr next. f
If we neglect to publi-h any little
llenujf ih'ws that you would like to see
I"iMU!ih,1, doirt Maine itOmt lake "the
roub!,. t ohtaiu the 'facts and. send
Uien. to us. :uui XYt. vili 'u)Hnulv pub
,l?b them. .
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r.w. S. Uaihee, 'one of the best
ijasiiiHSji lmM, jn ,llc state, has, we iin-
''rt:i:i. . oire North to lay in ji sttck
S'hIs. should this ho true, we hope
iiotity OIIr n.a,i0, thtough these
,,m, where his stmk may be fouiul.
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lKi:sEl.'ni 'nth,ntl miiIiIiUkuI
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n.?reioal Kxeeiitivc : Conimitlcc
r. j h in Raleigh on Tue.S4lay,le
11 iit to nominate a candidate, but
lorstAI Ho,,, j.jj Tnrner as the
"ke of evils "between ".Turner -and
woe. So Mr. Turner is now the Kc
Pub!,"i wndidate. ....
CORONBIPSINQUIT.
,,lt will.lHj ix'membered that a short
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while ago . the name ol Louis Carlton
wa prominent lis a burglar, he being
one of the parties sent to jail for break
ing : the house of Mrs. Hendon.
f Oir SIonday last, Cordner -Thos. J.
Avilsou arrived Irom Ilillsboro and pro
ceeded to. hold an inquest over the body
of the wile of Louis Carlton, who died
and was buried. about, three months ago
The following named gentlemen com
posed the jury of inquest ;?T.
A. S. Barbce, Chairman, W. I?. Gattis,
C, P. Wharton, J. H. .Williamson, John
Ward, T. M. Kli klamUS. M.' Ward, Chas.
Davis, C. Kd King, L. J. Weaver, J J M.
Watson a ml J. W. Markham. V '
.'ihe jury proceeded to the grave-yard,
where the corpse was identifieJ by- wit
nesses. The Coro ner proceeded to make
a pout mortim qxaminatiou by direction
of the jury. The necessary parts of the
bod were turned over to Prof. liedd and
the result will be known in a few days.
The tleath of this woman was singular
and should .have been investigated at
that time. Louis is ahead' charged
with one infamous crime who knows
but what ie did 4 poison his wife? We
await the report of the investigation to"
ihe Coroner's jury, and we' will lay the
ease before the public- - " .
i COliHECTIOX.
. Messrs. Editors : In my answer "to
your apple question in your last number,
3 our t3rpc made me say eleven, in my
copy, w hen it should have been fourteen.
Now, Messrs. Editors, as you are on
the puzzle question, if you will a.low
me. space, 1 will oiler the following :
Thiee little boys 'earned eggs to mar
ket: A carried tdh, B thirty and C fifty.
They all sold at the same price per egg,
and all received the same amount of
money, i. c, A received a- much for ten
as C did for fifty and C sold his for as
much peri egg as A did.
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How was it done ?
SUBSCJUBE1L
'. r , For the Ledger.
Messrs. Editors: Cannot our com
missioners pass a law closing up barber
shops on Sunday? I hope so. Every
man in Chapel Hill lias plenty time to
shave during the week, without having
the baibbr shops open on Sunday while
the ladies are passing the strcers on their
way to church.
THE FKVEH JJEATli ROLI.
A WAIL FROM tflE PL'AGUE-
ST11ICKEK CITIES.
empbi8, September 9.The con
dition of this city grows more despe
rate every hour. Of new cases 'if is
useless longer to keep an "account.
VV hole lamiiies are. stricken down
within a few hours and the call for
unices is greaier man can oe sup-
pneu. lesterday there were about
1UU deaths and 300new cases, and
to-day up to noon there had been 70
deaths reported and the death rate
to-day will probably exceed that of
any previous dav. Amonor the
deaths repoi ted this-morning are
Dr.,E C. Slatter, pastor of the. First
Methodist church ; Sister Catherine,
of fct. JVlary. k iLpiscopal church ; M.
Uostello, VVm. A. Kudd, Jacob LceD.
Dr. Nelson, and Harry Wi. Ferguson
who died at Uamp Joe Williams.
To-day's mortuary report is the
larcrest ot anv dav sineo ; i.hp fovpr
appeared! of which 24 were' colored.
Among the number were Maj. J. C.
Thrall; Thomas Hood, a volunteer
telegraph operator from Philadel
phia; Rev. D. R. Rosebefry, of the
Bartlett-circuit Methodist ! Episcopal
church - N. GibBon, Sister Constance,
superior of the Sisters of St. . Mary.
A son of ex-Mayor Wra. Park died
at the Howard infirmary. Forty-five
new cases were reported by resident
physicians. Among those taken
down to-day are Parney Hughes, D.
U. Warder, Hiram Gage, Unas. Mor
rison, druggist, his partner, Mr.
Hurries,. is dying, Mrs. D. C. Warder
and Frazer Prewell. Fred Cole, an
active member of the Howard Asso
ciation, died late this evening. His
wile and children are sick with the
fever. The Howards have established
under the direction of Dr. Louis TV
Bryan, of Houston, Texas, a hospital
for the care of physicians and nurses,
many of whom are falling.! , Dr. Bry
an will give to this institution a dis
tinctive T exas feature, by employing
Texas physicians and nurses, ; so far
as the interests of the institution!
will admit. Texans and others who
deshlc to contribute to the support of;
his institution can; do so by for wani
ng contributions to the Howard As-
A Tai.kxtkd Divine Gon'k to i
Kkst.--T1io telegrams of Sunday an
nounced the tleath, in New, Orleans, of
Kev. X. M. Wilson, pastor of "the Co
liseum Baptist church of that city.
Rev. Mr. Wilson was a native ot ViW
gir.ia, and was for some years pastor ot
the Baptist church at Chapel Hill. He
once assisted Kev. Dr. Pritchard in a
revival In this city. His early death
will give his many fricnls in the State
deep pain, as far was regarded as a man
bt irreat promise. Ral. News. i
-A good man gone. The people of
Chapel Hill knew him well. Mr. E.
II. Wilson,' big brother, residing at this
place, received' a dispatch infonuing
him of the above facts. We extend, to
his brother and friends our warmest
sympathy. , ' ,
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E. P. Sxihks, Esq. This gentleman
who has beim in Chapel Hill for some
time studying medicine under Dr. W.
P. Mallet, left one day last week for
Chatham, at which place he will spend
a month with his friends; after-which,
he will go to Vanderbilt University, in
Tennessee to finish his course. Mr.
Snipes it is predicted, will inake his
mark as an M. D. some day, '
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New ; Advertisejients, See hhe
l'ax Notice of G. W. Barbce,' Town
Constable, and govern yourself accord
iuirly. '- '
W.' J. Xewton, Esq..is iiow ready to
do all kinds of boot aSid shoe work at
his place of business opposite the Cam
pus. He guarantees satisfaction.
Help Your Paper. Many people
could help their town paper by furnish
ing it with little items of news. If j-our
friend is sick or dead, let us know it.
If any one" of your; acquaintance gets
married, send us the particulars. ' It will
cost you nothing to publish it, aild at
the same time you arc helping to build
up the paper.' We will be thankful for
all items of news from any part of the
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CITIZEN.
j sociation, specifying the purpo.se.
jnew lUitLEANS, ept. y, iNev
cases 144, deaths 87. The weather
to-day was clear and pleasant. The
death list includes 26 children under
seven years. From noon to 6 P. M.
33 deaths were i reported to the
board of health, among them - being
O. S. Babcock and ' O; H. Hemp-L
stead. The following are among the
newly rerlorted cases : Rev. Father
Massadier,: of St.f Theresa chufch ;
Sisters Carmelita ami Rosario, of
tbe St. ' Andrew's-street convent;
Walter LonsdaIev of the Howards ;
Dr. C. L. Hennlon, volunteer physi
cian of the Y. M. C. A., and Charles
J. Alleyn, of the Western Union
Telegraph office. j ;
The Grand. United order of Odd
Fellows make - an appeal to all
lodges in America working-under
the S. C. Ml for aid'. ;
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Grenada, Miss., Sept. 8. The
following new cases are reported :
Mrs. Dr. Ringgold, ; widqw of Dr.
Ringgold; Miss Mary Russell, sister
of E. P. Russell, of Scnatobia, Miss.;
Ji. A. Armistead, express agent, and
five colored women. The death list
is as follows : Dr. Ringgold, Mrs.
McDonald, O. B. Rollins and -Henry
Crockett. A number of the patients
in the Chamberlain House are con
valescing rapidly: We are almost
without , communication otherwise
than telegraphic; The mails are ir
regular and our postmaster is dead.
The mayor died two weeks ago and
every day messages are' received kd:
uresseu to nim -au ine leiegrapu
ofiice.
1XORTH CAROLINA.
1 ho dipthena in Salisbury has
been tearful. The whole number of
cases in more than two months are
sixty-five. Whole number of deaths
in that' time are eleven. ;!
Alamance Gleaner : Ve regret tp
learn that W. A. Ilallp of Morton's
township, happened to the misfortune
to have his barn and contents burned
last Wednesday night. We have
no' particulars, but understand it i s
supposed it Avas' fired .by"-';'lightniir.
Mr. Hall is a; worthy, hard working
man, and thi loss is, a heavy one.
Greensboro, correspondent of the
Raleigh Observer says thiat Judge
Merrimon spoke two au$ a half
hours in the court house id four hun
dred people. The crowd listened
with marked ateiukn. The speech
was one of great power, and showed
that he was wejl posted on- all points
of general government. Being a
purely salesman's speech,' all who
listened were not only well pleased,
but learned a good j.leal. r ' "
1 Oxford Torch-Light : We notice
that in other counties, . where Demo
cratic officials have been elected,
that they were sworn in the 1st of
September, and will enter) upon the
discharge of the duties of their re
spective offices on the 1st ofil)ecem-
ber. Granville, is the spniy excep
tion where the pew Democratic
Board attempted to do business on
the 1st of September: and about
which there is' any litigation. ,
Statesville Landmark : Thos. Bow-
man, the itockingham wile-murderei
was convicted ot that 3rimb at Ran
dolph Superior Court j recentlyi
Bowman was tried and convicted of
this terrible crime some months sinoe
in Guilford county, but a );ne,v trial
was granted by the Supreme Court
and the 'case was removed to Ran
dolph, where lie yas tried with : the
above mentioned result. His coun-
jseirJiave, again appealed to the Su
preme Court, - j
Durham Xobacco Plant : For
sometime .pastMrs. Betsvj Latta has
been living at the old homestead on
the ribrthe'rn skie of Eno river with j
no one in the- house except a small.
white boy. One of lien sons has
married and settled a few hundred
iKkv. A. C. Dixox Preaches every
.Sunday to large congregations. lie is
very ! popular, and; ranks among the
ablest of Baptist divines in the State.
COUiiT for this county begins Mon
day, Oct. II. The criminal docket is
large and important. ,
Died, In Chatham county, on the 4th
instant, at the age of 71 years, Col. Stk
imIkS Ioueiwox, after r.'i lingering ill-
. '-.1.1 .i ' 1 .,,.v.;i
ness OI VlOienu com .aim .gciiciai uuun-
it3" for 12 nioutlis, which he bore with
.christian resignation until ins jueatn,
leaving a well-grounded hope behind
him ol his having gone to a blessed im
mortality. He was a kind husband and
father, a gootl neighbor, and si worthy
citizen. . I 11. B. 0.
Newbern Nut Shell : Mr. Mo
Daniel, sheriff for many years of
Iones county, died yesterday at his
home in that county. We have sel
dom ever known a man 'who went
into ofiice by a party vote, wliofc by
a like just and impartial j excut'ion of
the law so soon obliterated every
partizan feeling and became the offi
cer of the people, as the mail whose
death we are called upon to an
nounce ,to-day. Sheriff McDaniel
was an honest, upright man, a sincere
friend and a genial companion. His
only child is the wife of our towns
man, Capt. E. R. Page, and their
very many friends in this city offer
sympathy to them in their bereave
ment.. All to whom this news may
1cprife will "regret the death of Sheriff
Nathan McDaniel, for no one had
aught against him.'
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The heat was recently bo intense
in Arizona that a thermometer failed
to register it on the sandy trail, it
being! 120 degrees in the shade. A
mail-carrier, seeing that his horse be
came restive and Was apparently in
much pain, on examination found the
flesh around the upper part of his
hoof 'thoroughly roasted. In a few
minutes the beast dropped exhausted
and died.
yards from the
Her health has
house of liis mother,
been bad for several
years, and at one time it was feared
she1 1 would lose her mind. ; filter
breakfast Sunday morning the boy
rambled olf in the plantation and
was absent sometime. When he re
turned ' he fbund Mrs. ' Latta sus
pended from a beam, with a hank ot
thread around her neck, dead. She
was a member of the Primitive Bap
list church and had lived an exem
plary christian life.
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MARKEI REPORT.
COTTU.X mauket;
Keported officially! for tlie Board Of
" " Trade. -H "
1vA1,k:igii. X. C.
"Middling,- ,
Strict Low Middling,
Low Middling, I
Strict Good Ordinary.
Good Ordinary,
Ordinary,
Middling Stains,
Low Middling Stain
Sept. 10, 1878." :
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; ic 7-8
. ; id 1-2
10 1-1
93-4
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U 101-2
" 10
Good Ordinary. Stains, ; 91-2
Tone of Market Firm tot old cotton,
several bales of.
basis ot middling
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CITV MAKlvKT
new sold Jiat 10 1-4 on
r WHOLESALE CASH
;-. ' r KICKS. ' '-, t '
Corrected by the Ollicial Itcpoitcr lor
Grocers & Cotton Exchange.
ItAI-ElpUI,
COTTON TIES,
BAGGING,
X. C; Sept. 10, 187S.
new 4 1-2
spficed, " 3 3-4
131
FLO UK, North Carolina, $5.00 a 5.23
" I'atansco Family. ' 7.50
.CORN,
COllN MEAL,
BACON, N. C. Hog round, ,
BULK MEAT, clear rib sides,
.' V " " shoulders,
NORTH CAROLINA 1'ork,
LARD, North Carolina,
' ' Westerp,
COFFEE, primei Rio,
t good, i
'SYRUP, -S:' If., 1
MOLASSES, Cuba,
laic
65
70
10
13
71-2
v
?' Ga7
: : 10
9
19
18
' ' 27
: 35
; $1.65
11
S 1-2
20 a 27 1-2
40
7
60
75
; 4
17 l-2 a 13
20
,20
1 1-2 a 2
SALT, Liverpool
SUGAR, white,
" yellow,
LEATHER, red sole, .
tanned,
TALLOW, - .
POTATOES, sweet, per huh.
Irish,
OATS, shelled,
EGGS, ' .
BUTTER, -V-,
SPRING CIUCKENS,
RAGS,
Above prices are for large lots, when
smaller quantities are, wanted higher
prices will be charged. J j 1
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Olia-pel Jilll 3Xax-liets-
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Reported by J. W.Carr.
CliAPEiy HiLi- N. C, Sept. 13.
' 5.50a6.00
llal2 1-2
20
' .J . 11
, ' i:- 15
V 10
" . 60
60
, 1.00
1 50
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' 10
Flour,
Lard, J
Butter,
Chickens.
Bacon, (N
Meal
Corn,
Wheat,
Oats,
Seed Cottoii,
Lint Cotton.
Common Bright Lugs, :
Metlium '; i
Good . : ' , ' :
Fine - ik '-. " ;
Extra u; , '. :.'
Common Bright fillers,
Medium ; L
Good ' ''. " j
Fine ' :-. " . . .
Extra v ' h-, .' .' '
Common Bright W mier3
Medium . : r;
Good Fine none on market.
Fancy . ' 7' . ,; - ''' ; .. 7 7 '
Receipts. not. '"so. heaivy lastCweek, and
principally- Common grades. ' G0ol
wraj)pers Fillers aiid; Smokeii? in good
demand. We continue quotations.!
7 : E. J. Parish.
. $4.00siC.OO
. 6.00a7.50
8.00al2.00
14.00aia.OO
20.00aB0.0O
4.00a5.00
SOOaCOO
7.C0a850
9.00al0.50
14 00al4.00
S.OOalO.OO
ll.00al8.00
20.00a35.X)
DURHAM PRODUCE
..' ''. 7':7; ' MARKET. : : 'T7-''
Bacon. N..G. (hog, round) . 7 9
" Bulk sides, - 7 J' . 8
" ' shouldei-s . ; G 1-2
Bacon-; '7" ' :'V:7 ' :''A 10
Pork, 3kjess ' f ;J r lG.00al6.48
" Rump ' f 17.00-al7.50
Salt -. 7t- '.;": . - 7 1.8.
Lime . ' 1.75
Corn, new, - V J 7 ,'6Q
Lard, country, '7 . 7 10
Northern. 10
Meal, '.-"'' 7 65
Flour per bbi, ,l T 5.25aG.25
Syrup -BOaSC'-- Black Strap J ; 30
Oats : . - .' I- 50
EggS ..' . :- ' 10
Beeswax 7 20
Cliiiikens ! 12l-2a25
Butter, i , r 15a20
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ;
r 1 c e
opposite tlie upper
lot of SllOE and
I lfave j ust opened J
(Jamnus iiate. af liuej
BOO T UPPERS and FRONTS, and I
am pjepared to complete them in the
LATESTSTYLE
and on the most reasonable terms.) .
My Stock is excellent, and my work
shall compare 'With- any lithe State.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves. ;
Very respe;tfullv, I
14 W. J. NEWTOX.
AXE S !
The Town taxes having been made
out, and the books ' having beeel placed
m ray. ....hands, 1 can be iound at my
place to f business, next door to the post
oftiee, on Monday of each week, -where
all parties duo tjtxeswill jplease call and
settle,. All parties wlio
for taxes will also call
save further expense and trouble. I
sep 14-lt G. V. BAWBEE, T. C.
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WEAVER'S
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Olienp CJnli 8tor.
CDAPKL IIILi N. fa. 7
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ALL GOODS SOLD f TO SUIT
THE -TIMES.'
Such as
DRY GOODS,
aie in. arrears
ai.d settle and!
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O T 1 C-E77 7 :r ' :
On October 5, 1878, I will offer for
sale a valuable tract of land lying one
mile west of Chapel 'Hill, on Morgan
Creek. If not sold jprivately, the same
will be sold at' auction on the day above
named! Address, -
THOMAS PICKETT,
Ira Chapel Hill, X. C.
NOTIONS,
a ' ckb
sept
"T3 OBERSON & HARRIS,
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In addition to our well-selectpd stock
of ' . '-' . '"..-'--,-- .'.'.
LJRUGS, MEDICIXES, &e.,
we are adding a
Complete Sto?lf
. ' . of the
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS,
and Students furnishing goods, such as
BLANK BOOKS,
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PENCILS, BRUSHES,
COMBS, TOILET SOAPS
Fine Chewing and Smoking 1 To-
baecps and Cigars. e
Confectioneries, Lamps, Oils,
Canned Goods, Crackers, &c, -&c.
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(Prescriptions accurately, com
pounded at all hours of the day -or
night.; .. 7
THING, 1
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HATS, CAPS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
WOOD
J
and
E Z Z E L L
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
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Chapel Hill, N-.C..'
Watches, Clocks- and ? Jewelry
paired witli neatness and disjiatch.
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THE STUDENTS
Thomas Dunstoii,
the Fashionable Barber ) and Hair
Dresser, is doing the best work for the
least money ever done in this'place.
Hair Cuttinsr, Shavinsr (twice a week.)
ami Shampooing for the low price of
$7 from the beginning ot tlie term to
Commencement. 7 '7
The L ARGEST; STOCK' f Paints,
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Oils, &c.i In the County, at-
Barbecy Drug Store.
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WILLOW-WARE.
Shoes ol Spool txlty.
$7.00 Shoes for,eC00. 7
7 i ': - ; ' '7
Fresh Goods coming itt every few
days.
Walli in and examitiefor yaurself,:
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and if Uio Goods and Price? don't
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suit, you heed not buy. T j
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Yours truly,
L. J, WEAVER.
PUTTY AND
WINDOW
GLASS
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in large quantities, at low figures, at
BARBEE'S DRUG STORE. , L
Barbee keeps a 71 -j. v . j
POLISHING :POWDER I
that is not a Chemical Compound, but a
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product direct from nature' Labonttory
It contains nothing Injurious and gives
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a beautiful lastre to Gold,' Silver and
Ilat'cd Ware. It also brightens and;
cleans Tin and Britannia ware in a
mt pleasiug inanner. fry it, house-!
eepers. uniy cenrs.
' r A. T.. K.aj.V QtnM if rvf
want Medicine, or I'rescriptions com
pounded.
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