Sllty Ohalham Record.
THURSDAY, ... May 15 187U 1
tfj" All advertisements must bo handed
la by Tuesday of every week, iu order to
be luterted in ibe Issue of that week.
Tbe annual ' cool spell in May" baa been
unnanally cold tlila year, and on the llib
and 10th inst, there was a alight frost in
many section of this county, which la
quite remarkable at this season.
We learn from our very obliging Bejrls
terof Deeila that, during the month of
April, he Issued only eiubt marriage licens
es, three to whiles and five to negroes.
This shows un uunaual dulness in that line
of business, at which we are aomo what
urprised. lor as the price of K license in
now reduced from two dollars and a hall
to only one dollar and a half, we thought
there would be a brisker domand. J'rob
nbly, however, this reduction in price has
not yet become generally known-
The closing exercises of Haw Kiver High
ehool will be held on the :S0th iust. Quite
pleasant occasion U anticipated- There
will be declamations and compositions by
the student, and our talculed townsman,
('apt. I'. 1). Deneon, has accepted the Invi
tation to deliver an address, which will be
a treat iu Itself. At night there will bo a
"sociuble." This school Is at Byouin's
Factory and Dr. Wilboru is Its accomplish-
We are requested to announce that the
closing exercises of Mr. S. II Klapp's school
at Antioc.t church In this county, will br
held on tun 30th ol May. A sermon will he
preached In the morning at hall past ten
o'clock. A cordial inviiatiou is extended
to all to attend.
The Hoard held their regular monthly
meeting on the 5ih and 6th lint. all the
members being present.
The billowing accouuts werenudited and
ordered to be paid:
J. 11. West, j. P. fees in ease vs. Math
I. W. Riddle, fees in case vs. Ben. Ooins
&. others $2 Ho.
Oliver Vestal, fees in certain State cases
and serving orders. $10.00
i V. Foushee, lees iu certain case
W. (J. Tlmuiaa, balance duo as loruier
Agent of Poor- H.iuse $31.20.
I. A. Wilton, J. P. fees iu case vs. Long
& others $i 75.
W. 11. Hatch. 2 loads ol wheat straw lor
John Boon for corn and Hour $1(! -V).
C. B. Scott, services as commissioner
I. II. Clegg, services as commissioner
Murk. Byoum, services us commissioner
Kdivards &. Brougbtoo. for tax list books
J. A. Womack, J. P., fees in certain cu.se
Spcnce Taylor, jail fees. $27.30.
J. H. William, for repairs uu bridge at
Dr. W. S. Edwards, examination of two
W. B. Carter, J. P., fses In cases of two
lunatics. $2 30.
It. I. Jenkins, J. P., lees in case vs. Alex,
I, It. Ktline. as Clerk of B ard. $'),.'!.V
J. W. Taylor, fees iu case vs. Willis Ala.
ton & others. $10 30.
W. S. (luoter, J. P., fees iu esse v. Cain
fi miter 1 . 1 .T.
W F. Kousbee, lees In certain cases,
V. X. Strudwick. fees in insolvent cases
.1. .1. ITouton, J. P., fees ditto, $3,00.
(iiileou Alat,ou, forcoiu for Poor-House
I. II. Clegg, com and forage for Poor
M. T. B. Moody, elai'iiel damages lor the
lU-uth ol his inulo. which tell frum the pub
lic bridge across Haw river at Henley's
mill. After the examination of several
witnesses, the Board allowed him $(!9.
J. M. Moring Kiq , was appointed to su
perintend the erection of a bridge across
Xorlli Rat cre-k, on the lUleigh and
Chapel Hill Uoad, and to preseut an item
iz-d account ol the cost.
Ordered, that all persons in the county
who may have been adjudged lunatics,
shall be allowed $1 10 2-3 a month , except
those who are able themselves, or their
I s rents, to pay their expenses. To date
Irnm March 4'1 1h;9.
J. W. Perry was granted permission to
'make certain changes in the public road
leading over his laud, upon condition that
he made a causeway.
A bridge was authorised to be built (not
to cost mors than $94.) across Buckhorne
creek on the road Irotu MerryOaks toNorih
It was ordered that the Sheriff remove
the luroace from the jail, and deliver it at
Moncure to the It. K. Agent, directed to
Thomas II. Briggs 4 Sous Buleigh N, C.
and to notify them of its shipment.
Ordered that sealed proposals, for build
ing a eovered latticed bridge at Byouiu's
Factory, be received until I. o'clock on the
first Monday Iu Juue next.
John T. Mullory and J. II Thomas were
granted the privilegeVjf reluiliug spirituous
litjnora, iu tho toivu u! 1'ittsboro tor three
A petition was presented, signed by the
requisite number ol voters iu Iladley Town
ship, asking that an election be held Iu
mid lowiwliijt on the Gtsl Thursday in Juue
to ascertain whether spirituous liquors may
be suld therein. Tbe p tlliou was gran
ted, and J. S. Henley wat uppoiuted Regis
trar, and J. Perry aud 0.eu Liudley
J udgea of said elecliou.
I Mr. A. P. Uiibert, of Carlionton, In t u.ly
I ing law at this idnce, nnder the iustruc-
' tion ol James H. Headon, K-q.
j Iu the letter ol "Jupiter'" published In
jour Isst Issue, the figures should have
been $88, lust end ol 28 dollars, lor which
! the tobacco Bold.
Mr. Frank Thornton, of Fayettnville.
present to our readers a most attrac
tive advertisement, to which we would
I rail their special attention, and advise
them to consult their interests by giving
him a trial
Look Here !
Bead carefully the attractive adver
tlseinent ol Mr. A C reech, which we pub
lish elsewhere, and when you go to Bul
eigh be sure to giTe him a call, lie Is one
of the oldest merchants iu the State, and by
his fair dealinir, good bsrgatns, and great
energy, lie wi-H deserves the grent suc
cess, with which he has met. and is fairly
entitled to the largo busim-Mj v hie!, he bus
J Clin rcli Convention.
j The annual Convention ol the Fpiscopal
church in this llioeese is now In session at
! Fayetteville, having met on the 14ih inst,
I Messrs, John Manning, L. J. Hnujrhton.
and II. A. London Jr. are In attendance as
I delegates from lliie l'nrish.
! Tlio Odd Fellows of this S'nte sie also
holding their annual meo'lug at Fayette
ville, having assembled o-i the 13ih, so
that the hospitnlitlts ol our friends In that
good old town will be taxed to the utmost,
and yet all will doubtless hi well pro
C'lllllll V AKKI'SiKOl'H.
j The B uird ol Asse-sors lor this county
' held a meetingjn the C'onrt-lfoue, on the
j 5th lint, ss rj :i t .,! by law, and agreed
j upon the billowing sch- dule ol valuations
to he a-sessed in (ihallintn;
Bei-t farm horses, or mules, at DO dollars,
! second elas horsi h or mule HO, extra, or
interior stock at true lalue. t'ollrf this
' spring at 10 dollars, colts 1 year old 23,
colts 2 v ars old 40. First class cons and
'calves 15 dollars, second 10. Cattle Irom 1
I to 2 years old 3 dollars, 2 to 3, 5. A" over
, S years old 8. Work oxen from 8 dollars,
, to 25: breeding sows 3: nigs under 3 mouths
: old 23 cents, frum 3 to 0 months 50 rents,
i (1 to 0, 1 dollar., 0 to 12 mouths 1 50, 12 to
: 18 months 2, all over 18 months 3; sheep 1
, dollar, goats 1. Cotton to bo valued us quot
ed in market report of the Hi:i onti on the
' 1st day of June, less 1 cent: cotton in the
'seed 1-3 ss lint;
1 Bacon and'ltrd 7 cent-i a pound: flour
5 dolhus and llfty ceuts a barrel; wheat 1,
a b'ishel; corn 73 cents, peas tjt) cents, oats
1 40 cent; oats iu the shi af 30 ceuls a bun
Wbifkey i brandy 1 dollar and fifty cents
; gallon; leaf tobacco 5 Cents a pound; In.m
; her 70 cent 10J feet; turpentine 1 dollar
' a barrel; v. col '.'0 cents a pound, solo leath
!cr25 cents a pound; up:er and harness
' b lither 40 cents a pouud; all forage 50 cents
I per hundred pounds.
On motion, it was reso'.vd that the as-
sessora return their lists to the li'-gister ol
i Deeds on or before t'le fourth Monday in
July next, instead of Auuust.
i STATE JISWS.
: We have iu North Carolina a lady
I Biink President, a lmly lawyer, a lady
, editor aud two lady pro.tchers.
j The firm of Wallace Dim, or States
villc, s ld last year nearly half a mil-
; i ion dolhirs worth if uiediein-tl
lilutits. roots and herbs, of Western
: North Carolina production.
Clinton L. Cobb Dead.
Clinton L. Cobb, for six years
from 19fi0 to 1875, Republican niem
'ber of Congress from the first N. C.
1 District, died at his 1k :;ip in Eliza
beth Citv on We.bi-'s !-ty April
j !10ih. J
Il".v. W. S. Bynuin is to bo the
; editor of the Episcopal paper, The
' Church .Vesseneror, to be published
; in Winston. The first number of the
! paper will nppear on the 10th of
j May. Charlotte Observer
Mu Aired Jlimlerer.
At Tyrrell Court, Judge Avery
presidtug, Able Mauu was np for
murder. His counsel submitted to
a verdict of manslaughter nnd he
was seuttticed to tho Penitentiary
for five years. Ho is eighty'-tive
years old'. His twin brother, Eli,
who for year j has been his constant
companion, wants to go with him.
The Revival Wor
The preat revival, both Edenton
Street Methodist Church, under di
rections of Mrs. Moon, and at Person
Street Methodist Church, conducted
by Miss Painter, continue toincreaso
iu interest and both churches are
crowded every night. About two
hundred and twenty five have made
profession of religion iu tho two
eburcbef. Some of the best nnd
most substantial of our citizens aro
numbered among tho converts.
jThe Stoek l aw.
j Withiu a few weeks Iredell county
I will be enjoying the benefits of the
; stock law. The commissioners of
' the county held a meeting in States
! ville Monday to receive reports from
parties appointed to superintend the
j construction of the fence, with a
I view to ordering up the stock as
oon as the fence is completed. The
report showed thnt there yet remain
' ed about a half a mile of tho fence on
1 the UoAan line to bo built, nnd a
few gates to be built at different
' points. Charlotte Observer,
The lioiuil of County Commission
ers refuse to gnibt liceutte to retail
spirituous liquors in less quantities
I titan a quart. There was huite a
I lively time over the matter. Messrs.
, A. J. Dare-ixn, J. P. lVniberton and
iJ. A. Loelvhitrt were iniploycd by
'the petitioners for license; while
! Rev. 0. J, llrent and Ilev. P. L.
Groom plead on thu side of tho peti
I tioner8 lor no licet'8-j and on 1a':
linjj.a vote, .tho Commissioners decid
ed to discontinue grunting license.
,On request of tlie lnwyero, the Com
Imissioners were aslced to re-eonsider
which they refiised to do. Ihen
they were asked to grant license for
one month, which they refused to do.
A Horrible Crime.
A man by the name of Freeman has
recently killed his little five year
old daughter under the following
I circumstances, which we cony from
I the Herald:
I "Fi-oemm 's a Second Adventist
and litis ger-a'l become excited din ing
'lliolust few d.iys while nttendiug
the series of revival meetings. About
i a week ago ho claimed no have re
ceived "a wondei fill revelation" and
.has not eaten or slept since. He
I says thnt. tho Lord directed him to
i sacrifice hi little daughter, slid he
j declares that she will rko again in
j Yesterday morning he sent word
around to the village that he "would
jmake tho revelation known and oflVr
lau orthodox sacrifice nt three o'clock
!in the afternoon." A number of the
i Second Advent people assembled at
his homo. Previous to their arrival
the horrible leod was penormeii, with
cool deliberation, and accompanied
with what was intended to be an im-tu-essivo
re'iijrious cereiuonv. Tin-
poor hi tie victim was pierced with n
! knife by her crazed parent, her blood
bi-ing poured upon a fable which was
1 used as an altar. Tiio people who
(called at the houo were horrified by
,thc spectacle presented: but the nia-
nir( excited by the deed he had
i committed and tho sight of blood
i drove every body away, and as be
' was well provided with firenruis he
kept all intruders at a safe distance.
1 Along with his dead he went
through a horrible incantation, which
he says ho will in three days result
.in the "resurrection of my belov. d
child." Freeman U about thitty-five
'years of age and lives with his wife
' and family on his farm in Poc isset.
;IIe litis another daughter about seven
years old. Ho h. is lived iu Poetisset
I about seveu years and is a man in
moderate circumstances. Ho is iu
: sane on religious mutters, hut seemed
rational on every other subject.
It may seem incredible Uut such
ja horrible emtio could have been
, committed iu Massachusetts the vrry
i centre of eivilizitiou aud Christianity
i(as they claim,) and yet there is
' where the above revolting niurdc-r
occurred. If it had taken place in the
South, how quickly the whole Norih
' would have seized upon it as an evi
dence of our barbatistn
Au honest iudill'eruiico to many prevail
'inc tnplnln's is the result of iHini; Dr
Hull's ISaltimorH Pills. Kor saio by all
i drunfists. l'rice 20 rents.
Washington, May 10. Thre nre
(ootid reasons for stating that the
i President, has changed his views re
j garding the bill relating to the use
I of the military at the polls, und the
I probabilities are now strong that he
, will return it with another veto mes
! Southern Baptist Convention.
i Atlanta, Ga., May 8. 1 S70.-Tho
Strut hern Baptist Convention met to
day. Jie.v. Dr. Poyce of Kentucky,
I was elected President. The Home
t Mission Board reports $50,000 rais
ed and expended for Home Mission":,
j This includes the work in the In -Ulian
T-rtitory. Tho Foreign Mis
sion Board reports $30,000 raised
nnd expended for the missions in Ituly
China and Africa. This does not in
clude the $110,000 spent on the chap
el and mission house in Borne, Italy.
I The introductory sermon was deliv
ered by Bev. Dr. Puriuan, of South
' Carolina bef ire an immense assem
bly. Tho delegation is very large.
Atlanta welcomes the Convention
i with enthusiasm.
I II you want your ltuby to look bright do
i not put it l) i-leep with laudanum when
i reMless. but use Dr. Diill's Huh) Syrup. 2".
cents a bottle.
I New Storo And Hew Goads.
i Measrs. llynum and Headen have just
Bnlshetl repairing and enlarging their new
j store, into which they have now brought a
I very larpe and varied stock ol Meridian
t diso of all kin Is, onsixiiug in part oi dry
goods, groceries, dress good, paints, oil",
j furniture, wapon and hujriry material, &c,
I which will be sold cheap for cash or barter,
; IfPA 11 notices ol marriages and dentin.
aio published Iree, but obituaries are
charged seven cents a line.
! At the residence ol the bride's lather, in
this county, on ilieSili inst., Mr. Milton 11
Brady lo Miss Annie J. Fox.
In St. Itarnal as Church, (ireenloro N.C ,
on the llltli ini-t, by the Kev 11. 11. K-.u-
ton 1. 1, Mis M iry, daughter ol the Into
Rev. Andrew Suit 'ii, to Mr, Soence Tsy lor,
i Frank Thornton
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
a U t a ?. a ,
! SPECIAL BARGAINS.
5 l U a V-J
! An entire now lino of KID Gloves
in White, Black, Operas and very
I handsome street shades, at the un-1
j , , . t
precedentedlow pnea of J cents
i per pair.
I Lineil SuitillS
! civ;M rt..:ia o.1 vi.'.ii.l f'.Or.,-o
in Slitpes, 1 lin. s and Solid Lolois,
jilt ITtSIlllf. Xlic.in uio urnii
j and Bellinj' ut leBS than cost of im-
Only such goods as past experience
' has taucrht us will cive crennine satis
i faction, aud at prices lower than ever
I DlU'SS fiOOOS.
i BROCADE SILKS, BUNTINGS,
i. ,, , ... . ,, ,. , ,.
in all colors, wnn a iuu line m mom-
urn ami low prieeti goons in every
' shade and style.
! Mourning Gixxls.
Black Ktnpress Cloth;
B aok Henrietta Cloth;
Black Tamise Cloth;
Black Cashmere, all wool.
ttTbese goods aro of a very su
tmi-iiir fnobi ti.llil wo niir!i!iti'0 tho !
juices to bo lower than those of any
Black ami ColoiO'.l, from 18 cents '
to 73 cents.
A food fitting, well -llui.shoil Corset
for 'Jo cents. !
j Victoria Lawn,
; 10 cents a yarn, real value 20 cents. !
j In L.VDIl'.S' 1'INK GOODS we
have a full line of
j XVZiles', Eic'ler's
rani others of the best makes, in all
GENTLEMEN'S INE SHOES
and (iaiters in every cut, width,
(iiality, anil price.
A full lino in nieilium and low
priced shoes iu every fctyle, very
I Diners will find the assortment in
this department euuul to .ill the re -
finireinent'j of the s won, and cannot
'.,., . i -.i .j ,i . i
f.ul to be pleased with the goo.ls and
i "? n N
in every s!lc und
Wool and S:raw.
prie, iu Fur,
tJer.ts Furnishiiit: (Joods,
,' in enJlebs varieU .
I A full line, ut greatly reduced prices.
1 inayl5 tl Fayetteville., N. C.
I IIAVB A W.IOt. CAltmS'O MACIIINE IX
operation ht my Mill o 1,V co.k, where
l am prepar-l lo accomodate t!,e public
with lirst-elnss work, and at the lowest
Urinme vour wool, and I will
V. T. ptM'.SKlT,
! myl5 l?T0-lt. Ha ll-y' Mi. Is, I' U.
Ordered by the H ard ol County Com
tnmsionera, in the matter of ImiMiiig anew
lat'h-ed bridge ut Hymen's I'actory. thnt
sealed propoxHls lor building raid bridge
will be received until 13 o'clock on tin
lit 8. Monday in June m-t.
The Cuiinnissioii-'rs rierve tho right to
accept any one liid or r. j-ct a'l.
i'lnii, sn'cilicarions. and e uidiiinnson file
in the Keui uer's ollice. at PiltKhoro'.
May 5th lJ-Tit.
C. IS. SOO I T.
4t. C. II C. i.
I will Hell at public auction tor cash, at
the Court H ue Poor,
1 M.iv 27. l7sl, the fdlowin
snides of Per -
I one-ltorsu Uockanay,
! 1 Uuggy.
I 1 old two-liorse Carriatre.
i Huron. suppoM'.l to be lOtM) pound".
i l,ot "f I, uiiiber. supposed to be -lUUJ left
And 'i two-horse wmuoos.
1 May Gth. 18711. JOHN MaNXIXC.
Trustee ol O. t. I'oe.
On Moud iv the 2nd day ol Jun next, at
the C.mrt-llouue door in the town of Pitts-
V ' 1 .v,ll (I... I,i.,l,..ul l.l,l,lu.
for e'e-h'. tlie one. third Interest "ol James A.
Msv in bus No. 2; '211 and !!0 ol the town
I of Pitlshoro; known n tho ''IIamsay Hotel,"
to satisly an execution in my hands tor
collecllou su iiusl sai'l Jsmes
es i A- Mav, and
-cbison, for the
in fav.ir ot K Iwar is & Mure
sum ol l;'.0.74 snd e.'Sts.
JtlllN W. TAYLOR Sheriff.
May 3.1, lI'J. 4l
L JOHN T MORRIS,
Formerly of W. II Morris & Co., Successors
i to A. W. I-'raps, healers in all Kinds of
' Furniture. Mauiases, Spring-Beds and
1 Looking! i la -sen. Finp's Old S.aiul. Corner
of Fayetteville ami Ihivie St., Oorner below
Varhorough Hotel, Ualeigli. N.C.
1 have io oloie a;d to arrive, a nice col
lection of chcaj. an l medium grade pooils,
which w ill be s .hi eneap (or cash. Ilurenus
at t'l.-iO. 7..V) Ifs ol) and np to $111. &c. tloml
cotton top iiiuiireses $;'.") and $VH)and all
kinds ol goods in proportion, liep ,'iun
'ges. liot). ! 7 ", an. I IfH OO. carpet Loui,ot-s
ijS.fiO, an.l $1(1. (fall sud see me .it write for
prices of any kind 'f goods, us I am determ
ined lo aell as cheap as the cluapes-t. Re
member 'he place and name.
JOHN T. MORltlS.
y E '.V A 1 ) V E Itl'ISE A 1 EN TS.
OUS'I'OMEhN. THIS ADVKllTISK.
tnent is for vur interest, so read caretully.
: I have received mv stock of JSHUIXU
! OOOPS lor HT'.t, mid it affords m pie is-
"rr !.'"! v'"1' ",Kt ,evt'r-v ,,.,,:l,v-,".r.:
IML.Ni is full and complete, with M".v
: n()OI)S frolll VtmtM 1 , FillH FH,,riC!)i
iboutrht by myself in person from the Iiu-
p rt.-s and Manufacturers hy tbe package.
And here allow me to say that inteirritv
, ,h thH v-tn, k , C1m,;.rcia, lif.anj
brains, the liiir cog wheel that runs the
tireless Kiiirhie, and (,'asli is that earnest
ami solid HtnlTthat will buy (foods chesp.l
and still iu the Itiaini ol the smartest mer- i
'chants, there lurk a pu..le an to 'vhen
i jroods will gel to hard pan or bottom pri-
I H '1 ! ,,,,nk ev,'.r3r '"p"''11"1' .f experience ,
i will cnliiC'ile Willi me in savin:? that totals
1 have not been sold -si h::: ;!. I..-! twentv-
tlve vears so low a- 'ii- v u Sprilitf,
j"1 ' cmliden' u -..n., -.!.. War s
and Merchandise hi'. i . ( :cir bot-
As tnunr of theru advanced and nre still ,
advancinjr. ami it will only tnko a little
money and finiii( ial skill to save money liy I
And" in connection with this, let me aat j MiT14,'; I,!v1IwfI'!'!U"'u' " and
thayotisee nil kinds ol advertisme.its. u ,nuetl' nru bl I11 !
some selliinr at c ist snd belo.v, and some XT 1
-ay the bo'.tom's out, and goods at bard i ""X. 1 S"
pan prices and various other kinds, lint .
let me tell you, I assortment ol P11K3S (JOOPS, c niB'mtlnft ol
That I suppose at l.'nst a thousand per ,Hck (.lur,.(i S'tlks, Oashmeres, Hunt
sonata this writing will know that i ,8i Mm Muslins, l,wns, I'.iplius,
; CBEtGH 8
is the phne, and I expect to tell t-n thoits-
ald more within the uixt forty-iijrht hours
Creech ta hy Uieir Goods.
M l want customers wherever to be j
found, and buyers with money to spare, so
wlien you come to town, dowu town or '
up town, come to
FAOTS DEVELOP STUANUE
PALTfO nt I . at
want CALICOS at fi:
you will lin. I tlu'iu at
t (!HK.E;:il'S. Never forget ti ca'l
CHKHeil's to buy your 7c calico, I'nion
Lawns, tj. so I styh g and lust colors at S'i;
p.T yird, yard wiile Lawn, real biiti't.
I some !oods at 10 and lil-Jc; yard vide
IVreal at Stripud aud Checked Nnu
; sook at 10.-.
' A lnve and splended assortment of
! DPtHSS GOODS.,
. at prices to buiI cus.oiuers.
com, to niKum's.
; W,olpsaie i),.nal.t llleilt.
' , , ,
i To country nr-rc'iaits; I have ten
Hpt.(.iR) ilin-. , Ulhli Mn ..liroon,
. c .mpl-ti-. an i eiy utock in this I pirMiient
'is nnnsuillv larire stel nttrai-tive. Co.Mi;
land see me, I hav.- special birairs lor
yon, ainl c.uitii to Oo you gi.ml an.t save
may l u a. t. ium a 2t.
! ' KaVyliNM'.
1 W. V. A:.. H.Ntrounrh, (Jroeers,
j No. 1, Fayetteville, No. 4
1 Martin and No.fi .Uarhct
Nipare, Haleigli, N. ('.,
(:f-r to tli- trade f.dsy, at inside prices,
! the loli iwincr, viz :
00.0(10 His 'riinothy and Clover Hay,
, lll.tltiil lbs Hulk C. It Sides,
TOO bus White sid V. lloiv Corn,
i -1 ill litis White l; lted Meal.
1 ','IKI lilds K.n' ;i an 1 I'aiiiily Flour,
j 5.0' 1(1 (;als Svr.ip and Molasses,
10') hbls IkTriu.'. Mackerel au 1 Mallets,
' 1 1 "" ";',m,?'
' Mutl ,m.l Hran
1"."0() lbs hue and bellow Su'ars,
I -.'OJ do. IUhii.tr I owders.
. "w ;"'i.m "j:'--..
r.xr.ra r;..'-riuo iim .u-ssmn i.t-unM's,
; ll.'.l aid lei low Banana,
! Kresh li inicoi Ci.c.'ui.uts,
1 sw Tntl.i.-di I'riu.i s.
t h ih-e It.. 1-1 v. i i .l'l,!t'.
' Choir I'iChs I'linan's,
; Mixed and Plain 1'iekh-s.
Knglisli mi I ..Vnl' r'""i Chow-Chow,
' Potted Tongue. Turkey and Idtek.
Imjvirted and 1 ltuestic Cutsup ami Sauces,
Siiiioked. It'oiliu.'.' nnd C;i'; ; 'i, Beef,
Iinpoit-d au 1 1) ''-.: ' '.; I,
S.i go. Tapioca an : i.'. i.
Ciiu k' d and Cm-' W .
! lline, l-'lour and Horn S i.lcli,
I Nelson Si Cox's Celatin.
j Imperial Hn.nuiii V Mill's I'uo.l,
Canned Pii l"ri. ts,
i Preserves and Jellies,
; tiliocolate nod lotcoi,
Fresh ami Deeicated Uoeoiintit,
, Imp irted and .,IIH"cu Mit"tur.ls,
; Fine line of Import, d and Amerienn
("nrnrs, nitiiring iu price from sfl.S-i lo
' 1 1 ol) Per I till.
1 Navy and Plain Chewing Tobacco, Irom
28c to ,.; tier Ik, in snuiii pucksgee put
in fnr t-xtnll tr.1,1,-
i If you wisli anything in Heavy or F.mcy
Grocery I.ino. seud to u.-i for Cutalogue
; and Price List.
"Samples by mail or othr-rvis. when
rn AT TinS !
PAGE & ATWATEli,
TH0?PS0N & ATWATER,
i Are '"!w 'Ceiviii(l New Spiing Goods iu
Jfc 23EATJ HTutJ&i
i M 1 O J M
trreater Hostilities tlisn usual n( all
.itialities. raugiug ill prices tro'.n 50 CKNTS
to .t'i 00-
in great quantities, tliereby enabling ie to
sell at low figures to suit the lime-'. Our
are specially inducing to the buyer. Sn'-Ut
from to 1 CF.NTS. I.'okkkk from
II to-."!! (KN IS.
Ploughs and Points,
we have always ou hand. UKMF.MI'F.H.
we are the no-n nlm first brought the
price of POINTS down to figures at which
none can complain.
;"V are also buying Heel and Cattle;
Bring tin-in nlong when Jou come: and
Fiiriii'-rs of Chatham and aitj -ining conn
lies i! KM KM UK 11 'I. a' .you will not only
save time, but MONKY. h- stopping to see
us, in t e HIHi li Ul'ILL'i.N'.'.
t.:.u:';tl ( AUY, X. C.
W. L. LONDON
HIS Frionls and Customers,
that UK HAS JL'riT returned from tbe
North with tbo
Largest n n d Most Complete,
and the CI-ZSATZCT Stock
of (iootls He Has Ever Hud !
in: kicici's KviatvniiMji :
to a Bottle ol (lastor Oil.
COST, will not bo UNOKltsol.t)
anyone. Ion can save niouejr aud tune by
coming to see him.
Pique's (iinghitms, , fit ,
KX Til A KINK. Ltwiis I ruin 8 cents tip.
lias a Mammoth stock ol
CoatS from 50 CCIitS, Up
the l?1? ''
., ' " w
t-m O f
M U J KJ
1 for everyb idv, from 'JO cents a pair, np to !
tlif l-'iiiest Hand Made. He makes b.ioks
: u specialty.
HIJ 11 UiKIOIIlC .
1 Call and see hi- ('cttorn'.les, (iassimereR. :
; Liiu'tis. ic. j
lre.it Parpiens in Krinjies, I.aces. Hand-I
j krri-hii-i. It ivvs, Rcarls, l!uc!ie. Uollars, j
I ('ul!':, Slockioos Corsets, l'arasols, I
Kuni, Kan Uhains. !
and Fancy articles of all kinds.
Just Ask to sec Lis CI.OVKS !
UestStod: of S'JETjiS, 3$ IVliite
and Colored, iu tho Market !
All kinds of II ATS, for Mn and Boys.
Irom the ('li';i;Hst Straw, to the
His stock of HAHDWAIIK is Very Full.
A Nice Slock of Ki'ltNlTl'liK: Consist inj?
ol lied room Sets, t'hairs, &:.
His (!lassre is lii:.l'Tll-rr.. Call aud see
I his NKH' si yi.k Lamp Chiiuneys.
Has Tinware. I.-iigs, P.iiuis, Oils. Leather,
; Iron, an.l a Very Lhi'o and Cheap
Stock ol ti nice lies.
fv" I! -member, that the l.hiee to Hnv
ClieHp. a -id to jj''t I'u; woutii or vouit
MONEV. is lit
rittsboro'. N. C.
M.iv l.-t, 1ST9
Great Bargains !
A. TriiMw of O. S. 1()K. I nm
selling AT nnd ISKI.OW COST.
the entire Stock ol' (ioi-ds of iit
O. S. I'iu', coiiM.-tiiig of
I.AIUI-S AMI Cl-NT-i SIIAWI.f. KKAKY
M AUK I'l.ollllNii. SIIKKTIMiS Idtll.l.s
ixos, r.r.AXKi:is, iiousi; chi.i..i;,
II M.TKK-s, HAIIM'SS, l: i: 1 1 U. MS,
SAUDI. KS, KiU'KS, ISIVKKTS,
vi:i.i.-viii:r.i.s u a u d -
VAI!i: OF A I.I. KIND", i
( IMCKFuV i (F AI.I, !
mh: rs, r, i. a s s , I
Di:i i:s, M K i I - ;
cixi-, r. x - i
' not crs, s
' KM vi-:.
i St (A I',
nus foi: mi:n amc!iii.!h:k.n.i
, I'uiJKs, siMuNs, ui:riiis, i
TixwAiii-:, i a.m:ii i ui its,
! Ai'ri.i:-i'i:i:i.r.i;s,sAvs,si yiiiis
I'AKI'K.N I !'i;s' Tool.S. IIAT-i,
I'MIIK'KI.I.AS, c o T T o N
VAIi.NS, l-I.AN.Ni:i, T.V-
lii.i: (..iitis, i'i:u
' fAi.i:, rxiii.n-VKST.s
. KOI! l.Al'l: S AND
. oi:nts, stiiKi-s,
Sl'ICF.S, JlOl.KS, IlJSi: FOB l.ADDS -V oi:xts,
(II.OVIS, KII1IONS, NOTIONS,
'ami EVEIIYTHIXO usually kent in
: a first-class store.
8?5i.Sj)eeial iuiltu'ements ofierel to
Country Merchants. "usl
JOHN MANNING 1,
, npl24-lf Trustee.
3 HWKOPKNKI). NKAU Mot'NT
B. Pleasiinl Church, a KIlisT J..ss;
Hlai ksiniih Shop, ivhere 1 w i'l do the very i
Ht-pairins Wagons and Bug !
gies a Specialty.
apl10.:lin J. A. 1IORXAPY.
f OFF Kit Foil SLK
I llltKi liKliKSIllUK
J a nice lot of halt-hred
fouiihsCUrSWOLl) LAM BS.
Irom 0 to 10 ponnils ot wool at a year old
Send for sanii I 'l wool.
1 am Ajent fort.'legg'B Improved PAT
F.NT KVAPOIlATOil. Keiul for price list.
I. II. CM HI. i
ap':ltf St. Lawrence, N. I'. '
N E W A 1 VEiiTIS EM E ATS
; DRUG-TORE !
! The nnderslj;ncd baviug becotno owner
' aud proprietor of the establishment hereto
! fore l.nowu as
j ILORNE S DRUG STORE,
and having secured the services of Mil.
II. K. UOU.NK as Druggist and t'Uarnjacmt,
itt .iniliioii the business at the old stand.
Customers will Cad constantly on hand
a full supply of
I'fllB Oltl'OS, MKIWIXKS, PAINTS, OILS,
V.MINISIIIvS, I)VS-STI!KI'S, TB AS, SPK'BS,
TOll.KT SOAPS, HAtB AND TOOTH
HIM 'Slim, l'BUKUMBItV AND
KANCV AUTICI.KS, WIN.
IWW OI.ASS, MINKItAL
I.KUM. -., 4C
Prices to Suit the Times.
'fpSpcial inducemeuts.to Cnuutry Mer
chauts aud Physicians. JSJ
W. X. WII.UAM8,
j f.iyettevttie, .
T,,a n,1nP,t(rniM. wil0,B iMislness has
I nassnd into the linnds of Mil. W. N. Wll.-
MAMS, as ahovs s'litd. respectfully in.
forms his former patrons and the public
gem-rally that he will be pleased to sea
them at his old place, and otters his fiulh
fill services us licretofoiH.
apUl tf II. It. HOUSE.
Bynnin M&tnrini Company,
L. 11. UYM M, Asent.
t!S II EETIHG S,
I.ooK Knit TIIK
SIIEEIIXOS AND YARNS,
CHATHAM COTTON MILLS
IK Vol' WANT TIIK
FIB ST, AND ONLY COTTON
MILL IN THE GOL'XTY.
;t and (lieapest in the
T11V Til KM AND UK CONVINCED!
Manufactured -expressly lor and for sale by
Ualriirli, N. (I.
Also Airent tor the sale ol Du. Waiin Kits'
HKAI.Tll CtHtSET, uue.iualled for Ueauty,
Stylo aud Comlort. decl!l-tf
15ri;;gs Bui' 'ing, Raleigh, N. 0.
m 13 EUGGY MATERIAL,
A X I)
nriiiilKS, IKK KAYVAYS. and SP1UNU
WAtiONS, at prices to suit the times,
Made ot the best materials, and warranted
lo give entire patisfation. Consult your
own interest, by giving us a call bulorw
Also, a lull lot of
HAND MADE HARNESS.
A. A. McKETHAN k SONS,
Fayetteville, N. C.
limki Holies :
The boats of the Express Steamboat
Company will run as follows Irom lUlh of
April uutil further notice :
Steamer 1. MCKCHISOX, Capt. Aonz
tlarrison, will leave Fayetteville every
Tuesday and Friday at 7 o'clock A. M., and
Wilinintrton every Wvduusdav aud hatur.
dBV at 2 o'clock v. M.
Steamer WAVK, Cant. W. A. Ilobeson.
will Wave Favetleville on Mondays aud
Thursdays at 7 o'clock A M.,ani YVilmloir-
lon on 'I ucsdays and Fridays at 1 o'clock
v. M.. connecting with the Western Rail
road at Fayetteville ou Wednesdays aud
J. 1. WILLIAMS & CO
Jg. ute at Fayetteville, '. C.