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TlrrTRnBERTS, LOCAL editor.
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i..,. cOiool every h
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v at 11 .o'clocV,;. A,'t.M. nnd 7 12 ofllcers and good government.
ITO. .v. r ikfuu, mijivi mien- i iyrm!. i
tlent.
MKTlpjpiST CI1UCKII: Kev.'J. F. Cluck, i n,
lieiuaan, pastoiv Services,, .at ll well wjorthy c
..'..lfM-k. i A. M imd at 7 1-2 o'clock. ...
v M., each Mmday except the third .. . "1
PrtVer meeting every Wednesday JIr- c,ee1' bas just entered
n-'Ait at T 1-2 o'clock-." .Sunday school discharge of his duties.-jS
PRESBYTKRIAN CUURCII : Key.
at 11 A. M. ami 7 1-2, P. M. every 4th
Siimlay.; ' Prayer meeting every week
on Wednestiay nigin at i-j ociock.
Sund.iv school verj''iday nt 2 1-2
o'clock. ! P. M. Dr.: A. K. Tdoux
superintendent, j ' j
TIIK 3IAIL.S.
Malls now close as follows : r ; '
For lmrham, daily, Sunday excepted,
For Chatham comity, once a week another column
Saturday a. jx. . a . - paier to be had. than t
The office opens for delivery of mnils , .
4t2a'.f- A. MICKLE. P. M.
HOME MATTERS.
DOTS :
Subscribe to the Ledger.
rersimmons are good now
The hickory nut crop Is large.
look like business: t ".
A short story written by, ft Bingham
Cadet, will appear in!our next. " "
If you want 'good bargains, trade' with
men who advertise in the Ledgeii.
"If you wish to make a friend a Christ
mas present, send .him the i.EDGEH for
one year. I ' '
The U. S. ftigs protect ships, gunboat-s
rebels &e., at se;:, and even wagons on
house tops.
3Ir. George Frecland made us a pres
ent of the l.irgct pumpkin and .turnip
of tfie ecaicu. ' , .
Thanksgiving I)ay massed oil quietly.
Xo one .-bufTered .but the turkeys uiid
boariiiiiit'houst's.
Rev. o'. Pool will preach In the
pietliodii: Church next Siiudaj inorn
ingat' JljdVl:ick. ' '
We sva ly the Kaleigh Xct&i that Maj.
Seaton Giilcs. of Ualeigh,' is seriously ill
i:i Washijigton City. '
Let 6u'Vport-uin get their ammuni
tion ifavly. Spiirrels. ducks, turkejs
r.inl niiits art plentiful.
I
lU'incmr :the meeting of the County
Sabbath jcLool Convention on Jatur-
diy, 'IjeeJ 7. 1S7S, at -.New Hope1 Church,
Mrveu miles i.orth oOthis place.
Mr. J
miles ea
day lx-it.
ices Powell, living five or six
tof lialeigh, died on Wednes
Ile suffered fifteen or sixteen
years from wounds received in the lato
w- ;.l - .
'It is ard to think we arc -nearly
freezing (to death when so manyof our
wood subscribers are, as they read this
item, roasting themselves bef ore blazing
fires.
A school-boy will get up. at ! 2 or 3
o'clock ia the morning to do some dev
iltry, u-hile 'if he is made to rise early,
V about 8 o'clock, for prayers, it is
terrible and interferes with his studies
Wagons ? are rising. Whether it is on
reountof the scarcity of the material
uf ofwhlch they" are manufactured, 'or
roia t)ther caases we know not. Vfc
one the other day four stories high
Hw u that for hight .
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i Jt received at McCauley's another1'
lot of Zieglar's Hand ilade Slioes ; Dr.
Earner. Hearth's Corsets; BeWRefined
kird at s 10 cents ; Bacon at 8 cents ;
'"jar Cured Hams at 15 cents. Another
l')t Ijcj Cuha." Mn1.-LQitf.4: iPure - Ilonev
JJ!P ! Syrup ; pUr6 , CUler Vinegar ;
- tQol! Stock v Double tiole Brogans1
-"My "Stock is now' coripletfclh'a' the
' l,artm..j1ti 01, ,1 n iAvtro i to k suit
14 7or want' itrt save money,' come to
T i ""
vau!ey nd buy your goods.
; - - i D. McCAULEY.
r. (
"oicr. Bki.f and Muttok. Wo
bnve on hand and mWW furnish to
fJer three'
;lrS(ar.anil Saturday, choilts. beef
"J'l tniiftm. t n.;tv.
us.
Creel & Heniersok.
vroeno O ll.-Weaver sellf
JJe Xlt Pi'o oil .at 20 ceiits .per
jnonf Ono oil, ono prlcjoi
v ,ud to stand fire test of 110 Jdeg:
:
Honor,
" ' J Mmyor nfcu H. Watson arid C
Commis-
Not. 30, 1878. 1 dinners Geo. T. AVinston, S. M.Barbee,
James B. Mason, D. McCaidev and. L.
mtlernenj who hjive
' Manager.. Office on Franklin tlih confidence -of the entire community.
.UK-JO -K,.VJirt.T IVI V'oi.14 iixTl T.i ! x - r.- V
T-Llf lXVi?1Jthe( poi(nS ot Aoneftfhey!e;$i
" Tcommandfor tastes, trie streets wellk
&c, of Chapel It ill
are kept in very
iay. search over
ooa orwer. ion may.
Xorth Carolina, and von enn't. tlml n
town or cirv with
I he lown
Treasurer, Mr; Merritt
ever gentleman,aud one
the place
elected town constable.
upon iiie
Should lie
a betterSM t A oth-
eers. Jr. W mslon " represents the
Faculty. Messrs. Mf'r,:i!ilpvHv:ivi'i- and
. i . s.
rvicrt at 11 o'clock ATSr., and .5 B. Mason, the interests of tprivate-c
lat-k, -"each Sunday. j izens, aiu) the interestapfaUarc.ln xf:vl
pl4lST CIJUnnnV Kev. A. C. bands. theolurai3 ot - jKo 01:1:
undav at l o clock, v-i ui.u.iciiiv m m uigucsi
ery Stmdsiy at 2 1-2 o'clock, 1VM. make a faithful - one we will give Mm
nwmas F. Norwood, suierlntende!it, creih ia he Ultim,. All ,r00tl eitizs
should JKsist him in executing the law.
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NKvr ALVEin'iSF.Mi:NTS. Head the
advertisement of the Bnrlington ilnwk-
eye." This paper' is well kijowu'in this
conntr)'.
Persons desiring to subscribe
agents, should address Iluwk-
' or act as
eye Publbbbig Company, , Burlington,
Iowa. J - f "!,''
The New York-3 ObserverV, an
nouncement for 1879 will be found in
There ij no better
this journal of re-
lrriou and news. It is the recognized
organ ofj the Presbyterian' Church of
the United States. j
Webster" .Unabridged Iictiouary ;is
hard to beat. tee local notice ami ad
vertisement, j ""' A" i
Chapel I Hill property for'.saie. See
local advertisement of F. A- D;r is.
The ' Tocal' advertiscment r of L.
J.
Advertise your business anufflake it Weaver oflering goods at prices to suit
the times, will be found in this i.vsue.
Call on him.' .
Casii
GkeenbAck Prices. This
way with jyour money ami buy. your
self a nair of Double Sole Hoots for $2.50.
You can't beat that. j
, ' 4 THKV AMj know , .
I'hatL. J. Weaver's Vs the best place to
go in Chapel Hill to buy the most goods
for the least money. Bacoil 1-2 ; 1-ard
0; Sugar. 10:12; Coflee 18a22 1-2 Shot
'1-2 : Fresh '-Meal 60; Kerosene Oil
1
L - 1 t ' 1
20; Mens' WJiole btocK, uouuie oose
Srogan Slioes for 1.45. Mens Double
Sole fiooU $2JoC; Boys Biogau Shoes
1.00. A I lull suit of clollies can oe
Lought for $.".00, and from that up to
20.CH). in fact everytliing in stock at
;Wk bottom prices to suit the turn s.
Very resp'y, p j
I I.. J. Weaver.
Illustration by Pictures. Oneof
the'irrcat conl rusts between the School
Book's tised by the fathers and mothers
of the land, when young, and those
now used by. the children,; is the use of
dctures. As a curious instance of illus
trating, the ; meaning of words by pic
tures, look at the three pictures of a
Ship on ;page 1751 of Webster's Una
bridged Dictionary. these alone, illus
trate the-! meaning of "more than one
hundred I words and .terms far j better
than they can be defined by any descrip-
tion in words. j .
Saw Mill. Through tbe kindness of
our pomiur druggist S. Mi Barbee, Esq.,
wc were laKeu m n uiij
pond ot W. F. Stroud,? Esq., near this
place. The saw mill is in running or
der, and. soon the cotton -gin and grist
mill will1 be built." The pond is a large
one. Already wild: ducks have made
their appearance. Mr. Fletcher?" Davis
is entitled to the credit of having killed
the first duck on th iond. J
-"I
' In LUCK. A ybung man in Chapel
hll wrote an article for .i certain paper
'in'this Stlate. He received a letter fl om
the proprietor of the paper, saying:
As a -writer you are a success. Am not
fin the" habit of allowing auything for
first contribution, but as yours is so
rood-r will allow you that lo cents due
me by you." ....; ' . j V
Valuablk PjiopkRTV for Sai.k
for Cash. On Tuesday. Dec. 24, 1878,
I will offer at public aution, for cash,
the storehouse and lot; In Chapel Hillv
known as the Kirkbind Store LoU Par
ties desiriug to, eamiue! above property
wiH calllon J. W. Carr or .A. Miekle.
' F. A. DAVIS, Agent.
in Hillsborp, at the Methodist Church
on the evening of the 2Cth inst.i by the
Rev. L.I L. Hendren, j assisted by the
Rev. Jos, ' n.' Wheeler'3lRi L: C. II.
Brown 'and Miss FwraLke, daughter
of the Rev. ' L. ii'llehdren, all of
Ilillaboro. ? "' ' -' : -
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r Umicus. Your letter received too
' :i :i i) i aw r IFor !Ue Ledger,- 5
,'Deaii Ledger: We were deeply 3
pamea to hear only one church bell in
oiir town on the 28th inst., calling us,
as a .people, to assemble and unite in
ufferinir thankscrivin'if ;unto-4.he"Kin'
1 of kings and Lord o-lqrds.A vBat, we
I we're cut to the, heart, when we
!' reached that church and found only
a Very lew, who were willing to quit
their
their secular dn tie's and attend Di
vine wor&hijj ' ' i,
Are lhepeopIe of Chapel Hill so
ungrateful. for the many blessings of
the past. ? j The minister, told us whj'
hvc had reason lor; ' uivinur . thanks.
considered as a nation, as the South,
as a State and as a community. ' ;
Now, all grateful 'hearts manifest
their gratitude directly or indirectly
by thanksgiving ; aiid must we con
clude thai our people are ungrateful i
"G give thanks unto , l he Lord, for
he is good ; for his mercy, endurel
forever." I
A Cy II A PEL IIILJJAN .
1 'cdTTox ar.vtitvKT:- '
Reported officially . for the Hoard of
. Trade. - f ;
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; IlALEir.ii, X. ('., Nov. 2rf. 1878.
Middling; r ' ..' ' ,81-4
Strict-Low Middlinsr, Sl-S!
Iow Middling. ?: 8
Strict Good Ordinaiy, 7 3-t
G6od, Ordinary w i ..... . , ,
OrdihaVy, . " " ' ' .
Middling Stains,
Iow Middling Stains,
:d 7 1-4
hip
Good Ordjuaryi Stains,
Tone of Market steady receipts to
-day
olii bales.
CITV MARfCinSr-AyilOLESALK CASH
PRICES. j
Corrected by the Official Reporter ioi
, Grocers & otton Lichange.
Ralekhi, X, C, -cbv. 28, 187S
COTTON TIES,' new ' 41-2
. I spliced, . . j .H-2
BAGGIX(J,r J 1 a 1.5
FLOUli. Xorth CftroUn.-u "i.oaa " 25
- Patapsco' r:imily.
7.50
i ' d
Sl-2a0
12 1 -i
CORN, k
COKN MEAL, .
15A(JON,-N. C. Ihg round, -
. flams.
KULK M1IAT, clear rib sides.
o 1-1
4 1-4
-tat
3a4
.!) t
shoulders.
NORTH CAROLINA Pork,
bi:i:f
LAKD. North 'Carolina, . -
.:" Western,
8 1-3
1!
K'
CQFFKK, prime, Rio,
good. .
17
syiu;p,s. 11.,
?7
MOIVSJilCS, Cuba.;. - '
J5
SALT, Liverpool, fine
SUGAR, white.
Lf
10
3 el'iow.
SI.
LEATIIKH, red sole.
27 1
j tanned,
TALLOW, . ,
POTATOES, sweet, per bush,
! . 1 Irsso, , ;
OATS, shelled,"
-15 a 5
12 1-
E(J(iS. I
BUTTER - ! ,
20
SPRING CHICKENS.
RAGS,
10 al
1 IH
I'EAS per. buh. white 00o.; j Lock;
Above prices -are for large lot
smaller quantities are wanted
prices will. be eljarged.. ; : ;..v,
w iie
iigfu
c 1 1 i vi i 1 1 u jx I-1 c -
; Reportediby J. W. Carr.
Chapel II ill, X. C, Nov. 2f.
Flour,
Lard, '
Butter, .
Chickens.
Bacon, (X. C.j
Meal,
Corn, ' i
Wheat,. !
Oats,
Irish1 Potatoes.
Sweet Potatoes,
Seed Cotton,
Lint-Cotton,.
0a( :.(!,
Hal 2 14
12 l-l
15
10
45
1.00
' 5(V
. 50
":
,.
2 1-2
8
W 1V
BLACK WELL'S DURHAM
: . HOUSE. , f .
3XXItIi:T IKEPOKT.
Common Bright Lugs, .
Medium
(iood ; ' ' -. . "
Fine ' V " '
-Extra
Ijommon Bright Fillers,.
Med4um i " -5ood
j "
Fine " 77 "
Extra ' v- ' "
Common Bright Wrappers
Medium
flood " u. I
$3.00a"i.0O
4.00aG.OO
T.OOal'J.Ol)
12.00al5.00
iS.OOai'2.00
4,00a5.00
. o.00a0.00
7.C0aS.50
J.OOalO.50
1 1 .00al4.00
S.OOalO.OO
11. 00a! 8.00
2O.0OaS3.00
Fine nqne on markpt. .
Fancy . ") 7 - "' ;'
Receints by Vi'agon'- continue light,'
'mostly of inferior! and nondescript char-
acter whlen sens low, nne iuis "l
colorv stock sold high. Xew Bright
Wrappers (well cured) would bnug
good prices butT commo n grades ot
Xew w;ould not iuiy. . ; f
i
E. jyPAiiisn. y
I
: ' MARKET.' -: . ; '
Bacon, NC. (hog roiihd)
" Bulk sides, i .
" v shoulders
Br.cr.n - " ) '-.
Pork. Mess v v ' ' "
Rump i
Salt .. .
Lime . -
7 -. ! 9
i " 7 1-2
r 1-2
: i io
lG.O0alG.4S
17.00al7.50
.1 ', l.s r
L7o
5.0
10
10
; 05
5.25aG.O0
tCorn, new, ' ; j
Lard, country, :
7 " ' Northern J '
Meal
Flour per bbl,
Syrup GOaSC
Oats
Kgg? i i
Beesyax
Chickens
Butter J
Seed Cotton
') i :
Black Strap
30
'.- 50
, IS
20
12 1-2
20a25
2 3-lii3
Look Out ! Mr.j. H: Boon, living
near' Chapel Hill, has made arrai ge
ments to supply2, the citizens of this
placcf with fresh fish every; iyeduesday,
and. 6ftei:er if the demand is sufficient.
He, will also furnish, nice fresh oysters,
cheap. All orders left" at this office will
be promptly attended" to; f f J! f
NEW - At VKPriSM EN,TS.
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Pciin:;nenti3' located 7 in-" Durham and'
Chapel Hill. Office will he opeii at
ChapeJ Hill twelve tlavs of each month,
from tbed2th, to the 22d. t 7,
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HAWKE1E PUB. CO., j
Bitrlingtou, Iowa.;
7 r--. , ' ,-4. if
haye Jiought out,the.lqterest of Jam
li. Day hi. thtc6-partn:erhip pf W. T.
Blaekwell & Co From add after thte
da
ite Mr. Day ceases to be a partner'hi
id firmand Hhfc'busines.4 is continn6d
said
under the name andstyle of W. T.
JJlaekwell Sc Co-as heretofore. :
. W. T, BLACKWELL,
.: 'V:"ri j. s. carr. .
' Durham, ;XCi; Oct. '31, 1878.
C . S . LU M S D E N ViS
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STOVE ANUIJAUPW ARE HOUSE, s ,
TIN, SHEET, IRON AND COP-
:::-': ;:PEH'('ARpv.:-
HOUSE FURXIsililXG GOODS, &.
("Scales, Weights and Measures al
ready .scaled. " ' -';'. ;' j' ) :
Tin Roofing a Specialty. ;
Fayetteville Street, opposite. Market
'- ; .. v Square, Raleigh, N.C
Gr
1 E O R G E T RICE,
c :7V BOOT AND SH0J2 MAJtKR, .
f ' ' !Cliapel Hill, N. C. . '
Bolots and Shoea made to order, and
repairing : done, neatly and promptly at
short notice. Call bn him; .
The 1, VRG EST STOCK of Paints,
OilsV&c, hi thc'County, at .:r. : ' '
? ; ; - Barbee's Drug fttore.
JOBERSON & HARRIS,
' ' ' - .
ti-iija:g?itsv.T7 ' H.- 7 .
-.7'; and a-.-V
Xliuiiiiai;.ist.
In addition to our well-selected stock
DRUGS, MEDICIXPIS, &c,
We are adjling a -
joinploto fcJtocjlt V.
? .7 . s7
-' - .of the , .;A
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS,
and Students furnishing goods, suche
BLANK BOOKS, "
PENCILS, BRtrSHES, .
: ' COMBS, TOILET SOAPS,
Fine Chewing and Smokirjg To
bacco and Cigars.
f Confectioneries, Lamps, Oils, .
Canned Goods, . Crackers, &c,, fcc.
EPrescrii)tions accurately com
pounded at all hours of the day or
niiiht. . ; . ' . ''-: ' ' ' ' '
1836!
J
O II N W . C A R R ,
DEAL tit IN 1
, ' ,- ; 7 -: ' .- ' ' - 7 '
7, 7 . . ;
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS
", " J " " ' -
BOOT3 and SHOES. . J
:!;'. . . ; :., 7.1 ; i . -. 4
A. Full Lino of
i: ''y:'. -. ::'; :.
BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED
DOMESTICS,
LADIESTIES, . RUFFS,
' HAMBURG EDGINGS,' ,&c.
; a full, line of " V:
GROCERIES, -
HARDWARE, V
CROpKERY, .
GLASSWARE,
: ' TIN WARE,
" . i "7 ,;'.'.--. . . . i
LOOKING GLASSES,
SNUFF 4& TOBACCO. !. :
Kerosene Oil , Iron
IViiils, Cbtton Hoes.
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I am still selling the . . .
KENTUCKY PLOW.
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This plow stands unrivaled. It never
choUes ; pulls easy, turns all soil ; hi
fact it suits our farmers bettei than any
other plow how in use. f ' j
I am asrent this seasou,for the j
PACIFIC,
CHAPPELL
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: STAR GUANOS. ,
Thanking iny i many ; friends for .their
j past . favors, I 'would - be pleased to
see tnem a an mutas aim wm ocuu
my large and varied stock 6t goods At
the very bottom price. 1
J. W. CARR.
Chapel Hillv April 1G, 1878. .
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LOOK OUT FOR
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' ,HAFKL HILL, Jf. G. ;
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ALL" GOODS SOLD TO SUIT
f THE TIMES
Such as
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DRY GOODS,
, notions;
CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPd,
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WOOD V
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Shoes a, Spoolnltj'.
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$7.00 Shoes for 16.00.
!IENTOT SXXXJECB. '
Fresh Goocls coming in erery fair
days.
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Walk in and examine for yourself.
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and if the Goods land Prices don't
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suit, you need not buy.
Yours truly,
L.IJ. WEAVER.
PUTTY .AND WINDOW
GLASS
in large quantities, at' low figures, t(
BARBEE'S DRUG STORE.
v Barbeo keeps a x ) ' ;
POLISHING POWDER
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that is not a Chemical Compound, but a
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product direct from nature's Laboratory.
It contains nothing injurious and girea
a beautifuj lustre to GoId,3ilTer and
Plated Ware. It also brighteas aud
cleans Tin and , Britannia YTU In a
most pleasing manner. Try it, house
K ;
keepers. Only 25 cents.
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want .Medicine, or Prescriptions coxa
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