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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1888.
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SCIIKDULE PIllhliORO R. R.
The iwnpr iratu uu Uie litiKintru raiin ad
)vea rUtsboro daily. wscept Sundays, nt & i
xcit Sunday, at 6 .
4 m rw- ... a I ... 1 -1 . .......... . .. t W
. m and 20 n. m.. hntklne close con
u wni. I(0 iM-iiiM i. mi.i iriu liaioiifh.
ciri"ue, winuit.:t..uani iiiurinedriateiMiuiB.
fflotT Mr. W. M. Thomas has been
appointed postmaster at Riehnioud,
in tbid count.
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VOT mere is an old saying that
fir We would call the attention
Of our looacci , p.au.e s 10 lU leuer j
of Maj.lv. u itajjiaud, wno is one ot
the uio.t experienced tobacco plan- .
ten m the bouth.
jbT Rev. R T Gray, who left here
a few weeks ago to lute temporary
charge of the Baptist church at Fay
ette ville, has been ordained and elect
ed pastor of that church.
it it . i.i
o- i.idav fPeliriirvnrli ti.r is if
ow loda (bruai -ad), that i, if
tA ot.ak .It . i r tA.i . 1 . t ...all i...
more weeks of wintry weather.
Itttr We are indebted to the mar-
Buaio U( A v vi f uauu luiiiatiwii
VV iU'J ULV lUUU UUUI1 CI rfl y
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tllll'IKKK Ul LL1U X lllllllllHLUKMS.,! L 1 1 1 1
E.eliau Literary Societies ar Wake
Forest Coilege, on the 17th inst
fijyThe number of marriage li-
censes issued in thi couuty last
mouth wus twcMjiy-four, of wiii. h Hf - .
teen ;veie to whiles and nine to
o.acK3. in .January oi ast year only
tuirteeu were i.uvd, ho tliat inia in- i
crease masi ue an auspicious siyn 01
better times coming! 1
5r A lai j
e fttock f Readymade
London's at cost for;
casu ' Li-iifcs' Li ess Uood- at aimoai, j
your own price.-. Loudon has a large
hiock on hand and wiii sed as chap j
a can be had in any murk:-t.
goods must and wiii be sold,
uud see and bring the money
KSTOii and after tomorrow (Fri
day) the morniug train 011 the PsJ.s
boro ruiiio;id will leave here at ;0
o'ciock. instea 1 of i 5 ), as heretofore,
and return here at 8 15 instead of
7.45. No change iu the schedule of j
thenkrht train This ,-ives uaHaeii- I
O - , CJ M.
gor an hour's more sleep in the
Sr Look here! X w is your time ! f
T.H.dnn uA I.i' .T,,h TiOt;iu
Counter Hiram this week Look out
.MSia-i I Mil III .1 l It I ' I'V I liu rt I ( I'd I ! f ll. . - - I. . 1
,UW.D.,W . T imnu ecupse oi me moon ou mi od ,,fr at John Latt more s board
,u July, if lias bo true, there Saturday night, and therefore our !Jni A," M,i WM ikiiaA in a h
ill be an abundance of fruit next readers were looking out for this jon tha Re,.ond floor. & Du,w the
' 1 urnilAtf . 1 4- ' on1 if rr a i rv. i . - " . . t
v Mr. Robeit Brooks, of Hick-: tl lo? but shone faintly itfast, Tiiisheld Morrow s
Mnnntain townshin. u fn,wl ' WI" a wnd, coppereo orea ligut, j i lt 8afe but not very trra
, ;,. .u'ln.,,.,,,, ;,. and tUeu gadiially as it emerged j tude, with his leet some dis
' P it. , . r V i from the earths shadow its hght ; h utduihI mul hi indv tt
d.i jiiseusio'e condition, and died i t j i i ' ouuu aua Ul uou bW
fl . I...:... r became brighter and blighter. An- lenoth un the side of the
forlheba.gaias! He c-,mmences on I counties ought to avail them
Hats aud Cap Yoa cau buy them I selves of nature s bounty in this re
cheaper thau ever sold in New York, j g"d ud adapt the crop to the soil,
Caps from 15 c -uti up ; II ds fro.u o to reap the best leward. Some
20 cfiits up; a .'Ood stiff Hat for 'lo'Qt her poorest giay dry lands, too
cents. Such puces wete never heard
of before li.ing the money wilh
&eT Everybody who has any tim
ber to sell, take notice! Mr. Nooe
wants every olo that oas any dog
wood, persimmon or J-ickoiy timber
to sell to go to cutting and hauling
it in to his factory at this pjace. He
must have more timber or he cannot
afford to slay here. To those who
have limber but do inu eaie to cut
aud hrVi it themselves, he wiii buy
k--" A.. L Jones has just returned
from th North, where he bought a
large and select stock of dsy good',
tiotion3, hats aud hhoes for men,
women aud chi dren, which will be
sold cheaper tha;i anywhere else. If
you doubt this, all ha nsks is to try
him He calls his store, which is
How opposite the Record office, the
'Racket" store of Chatham, where
auy and every thing is sold cheaper
than you can buy elsewhere. He
cau afford to sell these goods cheap,
because he paid the cash for them in
New York. Call and see them.
Supervisors' Meeting. Next Sat
urday id the day for the semi annual
meeting of the supervisors of the
public roads of every township, for
the purpose of consulting on the
8iilject of the condition of the roads
in their townships. Until the last
Legislature amended the law, it was
also their duty at this meeting to
appoiut the overseers of the roads
and allot the hands, but this will be
done at the August meeting hereafter.
AVe sincerely hope that this 'con
sulting'' will in some way improve
our roads, for they certainly need
improvement. We verily believe that
our bad roads are the heaviest tax
that our far mors have to pay, that is,
iu the wear and tear of their teams
and vehicles and loss of time in haul
ing light lo ids.
A Tannery. At the sale of the
Haii bron farm at this place, on last
Saturday, Messrs. VV. L. London and
A. J. Byuum became tbe purchasers,
aud they intend to start there at
once the best tau-yard in the county.
They have employed a skilled and
experienced tanner, who will not only
tan the hides but will Also dress the
leather as well as it can be done any
where. The tannery is to have all
the modern improvements aud con
veniences, and will be quite an im
portant enterprise here. These gen
tlemen purpose dividing up the farm
(which coutains over 400 acres) into
several small farms, aud sell them to
desirable purchasers. They wish to
huy at ouce 10,000 good hides, either
dry or gicen, aud will pay cash.
Plka.ba.nt Excursion. On last Tu
day a party of twenty -five ladies c
gentlemen enjoyed a pleasant III
excursion from this place to Mon-! Jrtrc A8t' on 1116 question or a bud
cure. The weather was delightful, i scription by the city to the capital
as pleasant as a spring day. and this i fcck of the CaPe ?r & Yudkm Val
added no little to the day's ei.jov- i J R. R-and tbe Wilmnigton, Ons-
went. The train left here at 9.30 a.
ni . l,,tnrnr(1 nt s ij lv ftnfl tn
t i 4 tj nfirv wa8 their firfc
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of the excursion was two-fold busi- '
nftss and nleasnre for not onlv war
it a sort of picnic, but everybody
also went to "buy themselves rich
at the closine- out sales of the late
fiim 0f Womble and Ginsburg.
The Moon's Eclipse The Recokd
announced last week that there would?
' nrnnc citrnr. ltitlAPrl I no ssirv wnc
n i mi i
inn,l!-'.ft t.l.." f.h "onM
b t p,ain,v Been aU(J ifc was a(. an hour
-. after dark) wUeu evervbodj
could umvemenWy see it. At its
t t . ecijD8e luo rnoon wa8 uo. en.
other eclipse is predicted to occur ut
midnight on July 22nd.
A Liberal Ofteu. We are author-
ized by the Rev George P. Moore to
state that he will give the water-
power ana ten acies oi lana to any
ut ; sou or coi uoratiou that wi
11 build ;
and onetate a cotton lactrv at his
i on Haw river, reserving, how-;
flMK:pnt llta,rbto ril
.v. . -. .m. .--w - l ' I
his mill. This is a liberal and public '
spirited offer, and affords a rare op-
po: tunicy to auy person or company
that would like to invest in a cottou i
faetorv. 'ihe water-oower is said to
ha m. v it on Haw river, and i
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is nmply sutticient at an seasons ,0
run a large cotton factory and also!
Mr. xMo.we's merchant mill. It is j
situated iu a good cotton section
where there would be ho trouble
about obtaining a full supply of cot-
ply oi cOi-1
ry healthy j
ton, and the climate is ver
anu provisions pieutirui ana cueap .
Ihe place is six miies distant irom !
cue uearest sianyii ou uie xaiei"u a,
Augusta Air-Line railroml and live
miles from this place, so that it would
have convenient shipping facilities,
For ibe Kkooud.
Culture of Tobacco.
Ilvoo, Va., Jan. 2oth, 1888
Mit. Enrrou : Your advice ou 'Cul
ture of lobacco" in tht Recoku for
January ll)th is timely aud bound,
and appues not only to the planters
of your county, but to those of other
counties iu North Carolina, Tennes
see aud South Carolina, begiuuers iu
its culture, and if followed cannot
Ia" 01 w"S resu- .
. The present and prospective prices
for tobacco ought to stimulate those
who have the soil adapted to tine
i yellow tobacco to raise small crops
the best paying prouuet grown
the Untied States. The farm-
poor tor piontao-e cuaii.t 111 corn or
cotton, may be utilized for the fine
yellow type most, advantageously,
piovided Mnall a-eas aie planted and
these well fertilized and eultivated.
Your planters need not ftel dis
couiaged because many failed to
make successful cures the first sea
son's trial. The yrllow tobacco in
dustry is of slow giowth ; expeii-nce
is necessary to success, but this is
sure to come, soon or iate5 where the
natural advantages are as favorable
as they present themselves over
much of the area of Chat ham.
Your couuty is sure to become
famous for the production of bright
tobacco, the best paying of all the
types, but discretion must be used
in selecting the proper soil and the
right vatieties. R. L. Ra gland.
Statesville Landmaik: Mr. Au
gust us Jamison, of Coddle Oeek, was
topping a tree when the top fell in a
different direction to that he expect
ed and knocked him off. He fell to
the ground with his skull crushed,
aud diod instautly. A subscriber
at Carthage, Moore eouuty, Mr, D. C.
Kelly, writes that Mr. M. McLeod
Kelly, of that vicinity, made last year
on two acres of land, 4.775 lbs. of seed
cotton a bale and a half to the acre.
That is farming. Mr. 0. W. Leckie,
of Cool Spring township, has a hen
which has a regular habit ot laying
eggs with two yelks in each. The
eggs are of extraordinary size aud
weight. Mr. Leckie brought three
of them to the Landmark office the
other day, and they showed when
broken that the hen was keeping up
her record: each of the three had two
yelks in it.
Winston Republican: Nine young
men from Davie county boarded the
train here Tuesday morning, bound
for Iowa, which poiut they will make
their permanent home. Soma of
the Western cities, Little Rock, Ark ,
for instance, are passing laws forbid
ding the sale of cigarettes to boys. It
is a habit that has grown to be gen
eral, it seems. Even in Winston, you
can see more youngsters puffing away
on cigarettes than men, smoking
either cigarettes, cigars or pipes. We
favor the Little Rock idea and would
suggest it to the city fathers of Win
ston and other towns. Very tew
are aware of the fact that the law en
croaches upon the privilege of married
people to the extent that according
to tbe U. S. Postal Laws and the U.
S Revised Statutes, neither bubaud
nor wife has am right to open the
other's letters, and the one that does
it may be prosecuted under section
3.892 of the revised statutes for so
Wilmington Keview : His Honor,
Mavor r owler, has issued a call for
elections to be held on Thursday,
" aiomm xv. iuui-
ter is therefore fauly and squarely be-
. 01 the people and it rests with them ;
lo gRV whether ihev will have the i
ads. As for the Review, we are
piaiuiy ana unequivocally in lavor oi
th schemes, simply because we
believe that they will both promote,
in a wonderful degree, the prosperity
of our city.
Hickory Clipper: Last Sunday
evening Wib Morrow, a brick mason
and a plasterer of Morganton, took
was the door of his familiar domicile,
which was but a step to the ground,
he concluded to go out He raised
the lower sash and stepped out, but
i fort unately the sash came down in
time to catch um coat tail and bold
His cries brougnt assistance.
Charlotte Chrouicle: Mr. W. A.
Howell, of Gaston county, raised last
year with one horse, on seventeen
acres of land, 17 bales of cotton,
"OWIoi, u fuuuus iav;u-
IUU aiiiuii vxve uestroj ea iour
The loss is estimated at fif
0 tuousand dollais. Ihe buildings
were partially insured. The tire was
ued by a defective stove. A
little child of Widow Kirbv, aired
eighteen months, was left in caro of
her chi.'dren ut her little home while
went over to see a neighbor.
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Hearing screams sue hurried back
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having fallen into the
n,e ud Mas burned so badly that it
walked to the door aud foil dead.
Le.ioir Topic: Last night two
meu of this county went at night to
til0 houso of Thomas A'oshir, and,
knocking him up, were admitted.
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'fhev were drinking a id 'jad a iuir of
i whiskey or brau.iy with them. Mr.
I A boher dran'i with them, and thev
gave an old man named S veet. an j
idiotic old feliow who lived at Mr. j
Absher's, some of the spirits. They j
insisted on his drinkiug, and plied ;
him v ith it, and he continued to drii.k j
a good deal of the liquor, although 1
-lr. Absiier remonstrated with him
and advised him to stop Afier awhile
Sweet became ins usibie and remain
ed iu that condition until he died
next day at four in ihe afternoon. It
is charged that, not content with fill
ing the old feliow up with more liquor
than he ought to have taken, the men
doctored his draughts by chewing to
bacco aud spitting the juice into it.
Raleigh Visitor: Grey Pool, the
well known colored deaf and dumb
man, was seriously burned at his S
room ou South Dawson street yes- j
terday afternoon about 2 o'clock. He
is subject to fits and it is supposed j
by some of his iteighhors that during '
au attack of one of these, he fell into I
the tire. When found the top of his
head and back were burned almost j
into a cri.-p At the mouihiy mtet- j
i-Jg ot the Atlantic Hotel Company, j
(.Morebeid City) held last night, to
jlr. (Jto. W. Ellis was awarded the!
contract to mike the main building
twice its present .size, a.-td hiive it in
readiness b the 15th day of May.
Contiads for u&w kitcbejjs, bath
houses, pavilions, &c., will be let at
eailv dav, a'ul bv the comiiii !
t.easi-u Aoit'.i Uaro.ina cau boast vi
one of the iineat summer reports iu
Warrenton Gazelte: "An unload
ed pistol" has again t-ot ten iu its
good work. On Tuesday last little
Carrie, the eleven ve.ir old daughter
of Mr. TbOH. J. Pitchl'ord, while hand
ling an unh aded pistol, "snapped"'
the same at Miss M-igjie Robeitson,
aged seventeen, and happily succeed
ed in lodging a good sized bail in the.
young lady's shoulder. The wound
is deep aud painful, but not ueces-'
s-irily fatal. Had the ball blruck au
inch lower the result would have been
doubtless fatal. It occurs to us
that one of the chief reasons why the
f armers do not accumulate faster is
the heavy profit they pay for what
they buy on time. When we buy,
that is, borrow money, we are not
willing to pay more than six to eight
per cent for it : but the farmer who
buys on time, especially under a
mortgage, pays probably never less
than 25 per cent, and oftenr 50 per
cnt, or one half profit. Represented
in figures, this mans that the far
mer pays from 25 to 50 cents ou every
dollar's worth he uses or to put it
differently, he alwavs gels from a
fourth to one half less than he pays
for. There is no orher business on
earth that can live under this fearful
Lumberton Robesoniau i The
Grand Jury of Cumberland last week
indicted nearly all the Justices of the
Peace in that county, for failing to
make their proper returns to the
courts, aud iu failing to discharge
their duty as Supervisors of the Pub
lic Roads. The roads ai o in a terrible
condition, and the people are com
plaining. Our community was
shocked this morniug by the news-of
tbe death of Mr. Angus Archie My-
Toill .vViit iti Ilia WAV f 11 m
Lumberton lubi Monday afternoon.
He left Lumbertou about sunset in
company with Mr. W. P. Buie. The
horse he was dtivitig was contrary,
having balked several times, even be
fore they got out of town. Mr. Buie
left him about nine o'clock, at lite
residence of Mr. D. McP. Buie, and
his dead body was found about 2
miles from there, about t o'ciock this,
(Tuesdav) morning. When found he
j was on the road, the buggy being
j turned over, the dash board resting
v i his breuil. il. in supposed that
the horse ran back and-turned the
buggy over and it catching on his
breast, held him fast till he died of
pain and exhaustion.. There seemed
to be no scuffling, so that it was more
probable that he was killed iuatautly.
The horse which: was very gentle,
though contrary, was fastened by one
trace to-the buggy. Mr. McNeill
wag in the prime vf life and leaves a
devoted -wife and three children.
Three" Ka;rtM Lynched.
Special despatch to the Wilmington Messenger.
Plymouth, II. C, )
. via WiLLilMSTON, Jan. 27. j
Lynch law ran xiot here last night,
and this morning the people of ibis
town were horrified to find that three
negro prisoners had been taken from
the county jail by a crowd of masked
men, conveyed to a piece of woods on
the outskirts of the town, tied to
trees and there shot to death. This
morning their bodies were found in
the position in which' the lynchers
left them securely bound to the
trees and riddled with bullets.
The lynching party gathered at the
jail bhortly before midnight and de
manded that the jailor should deliver
to them Jack Blount, his brother,
Matthew. Blount,. aud Patterson
Spruill, all coloied-who had been
lodged in jail charged with the mur
der of Johu Dawson, a peddiar of
Creswell, iu this State. The t jailor
refused, but was overpowered "aud
was forced to permit the men to be
taken away. When the woods were
reached, the victims begged piteou&ly
for mercy, but no attention was paid
to their outcries, except tbe stern
reply that they would be given a mo
ment to prajv Then the lynchers,
who were variously armed with shot
guns, muskets and pistols, begun
theiNbloody work, and fired .oiiey
after voilejr until the wretches 'voie
dead. Matthew Blount, one of the
three victims, was a preacher of some
local notoriety, aud had previously
lost an arm.
The crime, for which the three meu
were thus summarily made to suffer
occurred ou January 1st. On that
day John Dawson, the peddiar whom
they murdered, was walking down
ti'.e couutry road on his way to the
house of a neighboring farmer. Pat
terson Spruiii happeued to pass by
in his cait, aud win 11 Dawson asked
for a ride, he conseuted. and the two
drove some distance. Before they
reached the end of their journey they
came up with the two Blounto. The
three negroes, afier a whispered con
sultation, then determined to rob
Dawsou nd to murder him. They
overpowered hiui) curried him off to
a secluded -por. choked him to de'ithj
and then endeavored to hide his b-.-dy,
on which they found only one doilar
as the reward of their crime, 'ihey
were subsequently arrested, aud on
a preliminary hoHiiug before a mag
istrate Spruill made a confession,
statiug that preacher Bh.au t had
committed tbe murder uud the other
brother had stiipped the dead man's
person' of the hicmey. ThaG the day
before the muider they had seen
Dawsou with a large sum of money,
and l hat their object iu kiihug him
was to secure a large plunder. The
murderers had all been committed
for trial iu the county court.
That some effort wiii be made to
discover the identity of the lynchers
is hardly to be doubted, although the
authorities aie puzzled to know where
to begiu. The crime which the ne
groes committed was a most brutal
aud unprovoked one, but fho general
opinion here is that the law should
have been allowed to take its course,
and that it should now be su-daintd,
otherwise the affair wiii be a reproach
to the community. The lynchers,
however, wore very guarded in their
movements, and adroitly left no pos
sible clew beiiind them. Thev came
into town in the dead of night and
they went, after they had killed the
three murderers, no one can say
A North Carolinian Duprd.
PniLADLLruiA, Jau. 25 A man giv
ing the mime ot Joseph L. Pen I, una
st ting thai be was a lumber and
flour merchant of Bethel, N. (J., called
at the Central Police Station this
morning and informed Chief of De
tectives VV'oou that he had been duped
out of $210 by a confidence man.
Peal said that a few weeks ago he
received a letter at his home from a
man in New York, named J. H. Ward,
who gave his address as LOO Mulberry
street i;are ot Barber) Tne writer
iuforined Peal that he had a lot of
greenbacks which had beeu printe 1
from stolen government plates, aud
which he would sell to Peal at a lib
eral discount. Correspondence fol
lowed, and Ward informed the Bethel
merchant, that beHvould ni- et him at
the Pennsylvania Railroad atatiou in
Philadelphia. Peal placed $500 in
his pockets with which to purchase
the goods, and iel't home for Phila
delphia on Sunday. Here the old
familiar confidence" gam? 'was played
upon him by uu uli'able stranger from
Tarboro, N. C who knew ail about
Peal aud was glad to met-: him so fur
from home, took him to dinner at his
hotel, found himseif nnconitortaly
short of ready caih, and asked would
Mr. Peal oblige him till site banks
opened in the morning. Peai obliged
him with $210. The text morning
he begau to think somotLting had
gone wrong, aud told bis aory to
the police and feft for home with the
remainder of his tnonev.
. A trenfeudous 'fire occtis-red on
Broadway, NewYcrrk, iast Monday ;
eight large buildings woVe entirely
destroyed, and many oiiiers badly
damaged: about ".twenty iiruis occu
pied the buildings, and the ioa will
A heavy freight train os the Lake
Shore & 3Iichiian Sou. iiern Railroad
! weur through a bridge ht'-t Monday,
j By t)i;ma melius the cal : cook tire and
a large amount of-property was de
stroyed. A brakeuian is the only
person ropoitcd to have been killji.
Speikofikld, Ohio, Jan. 26. An
extensive and systematic coal steal
has been discovered at Baiobridge,
Ross coanty, Ohio. A car load of!
coal would at times disappear in a
single night, and the peculation be- j
came so exteusive that tbe Railroad 1
Company employed detectives to un
earth tbe thieves. . The result hag
been the arrest of .fifteen prominent
citizens of Bainbridge, including the
City Marshal, a hotel proprietor and
a Presbyterian preacher. The detec
tives say that half of the citizens of
the town are implicated in the steal.
The pecuiations amount to many
hundreds of dollars, aud . the extent
of them may be imagined when it is
known that although coal is uulver-1
sally used in Bainbridge, not a single1
car load has been billed to a resident
of that place this winter.
Government receipts for January
have averaged about a million a day,
and already exceed expenditures dur
ing the same period more than eigh
The Senate Commerce Committee
has ordered a favorable report on
the bill providing for the construction
of a. 5500,000 light-house off Cape
John Wilson, a wealthy bachelor of
Montgomery county, Ala., who died
last week, left his entire fortune of
$75,000 to the Orphans' Home and
the institution for deaf, dumb and
blind children iu the city of Mont
A bloody affray occurred in Hnox
yille, Tenn., Sunday morning : an edi
itor was attacked by three meu as
he was about to enter. church, and he
wa wounded twice wilh pistol shot-,
aud received seven stabs in the back ;
one of his assailants was fatally and
one slightly wounded; the editor is
I bought not to be dangerously in
jured. The Scifntific American, referred
to in another column, under the head
ing of "Patents', i& tlie Very best
publication in this country for those
interested in science, engineering,
mechanics, inventions, etc. A copy
of the Scientific American may be seen
at the otheo of this piper, where sub
scriptions will be received.
Do SOT FORGET THAT J. W. ScOTT
Co , Greensboro', N. C, carry one of
the largest stocks of goods in Central
North Carolina. Merchants invited
to call in person or send orders b
mail. Very respectfully,
J. W. SCOTT & CO.,
Greensboro'. N. C.
Oct. 27, 1887.
DON'T BUY. SELL
or exchange any kind of new or second-hand
Machinery before obtaining
prices from W. R. Burgess, manager,
Greensboro', N. C. Engines, Boilers.
Mills, Saws, Belting. Shsfting, Pul
leys, Loeotnotives, wood-working Ma
chinery, Boiler Feeders, Cotton Gins,
Presses, Threshers, Buggies. &c, at
wholesale pi i-es.
,H.av,u- iwillflwl the administrator of
Davlil Hammock, dweaswl, I horeby notify all
iwrsoiss Ix-ltiliis claim Hfraln-i nid (leorlDt to
exhibit Uie same to me on or before tbe 2ml day
of 1 Vhruary. im. a. J, MaNSFiFXD.
iebruary 2, UW8,
All per'u indebted to the late firm of Wombl
Ginstuurg. t.r Voucuro. N. C.,r to .T. F. Wombio.
ara horwby notiflttl to make Immediate payment
to moi huiI thusav o'sin: aud all pe sous hoi.,
lug claims at.uult the same, are notlfl;l to pro
sent them to me duly auih:n'icaied.
U. A. LONDON,
Jan. J6, 1888. Asslguoe.
A IJMIKISTRATRTX' NOTICE
t Havhig qualified' aS the admlnistf atrlx of 3
Q. A. Leui'li. deceased, 1 hereov oifv all persons
hol.liliir claims against docedeai to exhibit
the same to me on or belore the 12' h .lav of
ary, 1K89. EL1Z-V A. LEACH.
January 12ih, 1688.
OKTGAGE SALE BY VIR
TIJE of a moi tirHire ex(vuiril to m liv T.. .T
Kirkiimti. on the 19;h day of February. fn, i will
cil at public Huuiiou fr c.-iwli at the coiift-hotie
door, in Pniaboro ou Tt'EsnAY, the 14th. lay
F El '.KIT A 15 Y, 1H88, a iriaui tract or land lyliiif
the walera of liix-kv ilvwr. in rimilinrvi .mi : v
conisiuine If 6 acrea, and more fullv dettirribeii 'r. !
aald mortgage. i. W. K1KKMAN.
January 19th, 1888.
iB OKTGAGE SALE. BY VIR
TUF. of a moricee executed to me by W.
A. Foe ami wife, tbe ami il.iyof Kohraary, lSKfi.
I will sll n; public autlm for Raah.on .MONDAY,
ih I9h iay ot February, at the tnurt
li'.iisti dMf in PiliBboro'. a ceriaiu tract of
land In Baldwin township, Chatham county, lying
on the wwt slilenf the old HillslHr..' io.td, ailjoln
Ing.the lands of W. IX uogan. T 11. Poe and oth
en and .-ru:aluing about 1SJ acres.
Jan. 19, 18S. li. N. MANN.
STAFFOED, WW & CO..
HOLMAN S MILLS P. O., Alamance
Co., N. C.) Proprietors
Manufacture' Turbine Water Wheels
of special incrii, buiit so at: lo be used
in or out of water-house, as desired.
Also Grist and Flouring Mill Machin
ery, Circular Saw Mills with siuiulfa
neous setting neao-uiocK. uorn Bimpie
ltirl -liivalia anil nn5L- in nnorato
! . . ,. , our- Hv virtue of an rder t the cupetfi' cour. ot
Horse Powers, foot Mortising Ma-w. at t
chines, Cutting Marhines, Corn Shel-; rt tM i0) acres on saw river. " io ! 66,1 'T ,rHsiU M 11,0 7,r-L,',,s? ,J" ' ' 1,1 f.: ;
lers, Cane Mills. Mill ScrewB mid Cast- stan,r.d Heaiiu-ctc 43 acre, on Crw creek, a ihi. ;n;i;,;:;.::;la7 s,irrrwi:.. iu
, . tv Mann 108 acres "ii w I'. kerson creek. 20 1
h.gs of varioua kinds. Rrpaitiiig j m 3 m
attended to promptly. Correspond-; ji, irry, ano acres m nr.p-cr. US''rver2-,S
, . , Fnelire TrlM. l'Jd acrs u Wilkoraou creek. 13b6 ,.-'.vei a... iw i i -ni-.ft
Mrtlu-ited. Ei.ieiu.e int i. . said Smitii to Ynrborougli & Hif rP: '-
April 7, 1887. ly
N. G. Home Ins. Co.
OF RALEIGH, H. C,
XX. A. LOKTDOKr,
Jun. 5, 1888, Tixisolo, C
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MANUFACTURED BY C. F: NISSEN & CO:, SALEM, N. C.
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, .They aire Jhe sole
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fectly straight graiu
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tennon on tHe end oi the spoke that gbeS iri. felloe They make all styles
arid sizes of first-class wagobs. . Do not be deceived : see that you buy tM
wagon bearing the name of J. I; NISSEN On hind gate and ale, and get
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The J. I. NISSEN WAGON is sold and fully Warranted by. -
. W. li. LONIrON; Agent;
Oct: 27, 1887- 6ms: Pittsboro', N: C:
Low Prices oil
Wapn and finaiy Malerfal
SASH, DOORS, BLIII9S,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS;"
Iiime, Plaster, Cement,
GUNSi SHELLS POWDER
SHOT, CAPS and WADS.
Ttaas H. Brto & Sons.
RALEIGH, N. C.
THE PRICE TELLS I
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After Forty jrers
experience in tba
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han One Hundred
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Drawinst and specifications prepared and filed
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. Patent obtained thrnuirh Mnnn ACo.aranotioed
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This large and aplewdidly illustrated nstrspaper
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tlie6h dayot FEBRUARY, 188
the lauds described in the following
list r said lands to be sold for the
payment of taxes and costs due there- j
I'll, UUll lOllCU KJLA tkO VUW uj(i.J
the following psrsous :
IS' WILLIAMS fOWNglllP.
Sampson xtwater, 55 acres near NeW HJl)d, $ 5 04
W M Harbee, 257 atres on Sorth East, 20 "4
Martha .v Blackwood, 50 acres on Now Hope, 2 01
J C Fearrlugton, 102 acres on sorlh Kast, 14 53
Martha nreen. 127 acres n Kltfs creek,- 9 43
M s Hat-ktiey. 440 acres at Ua:kney's store, 00 t!
E O Hackuoy, li acres on New H-pe 10 8y
Annette Klrby, 100 acres ou Pokewerry. 6 11
J II Morlnst. 75 acres on North East, 3 90
T S Oldham. 05 acres near Hackney's store, 3 52
Julia Oldham. 50 acr-s near Hackney's store, 1 31
Y A Oldham, 107 acres neat Hackney's store, 30 0
Q S William. 147 acres on New Hte,
1 OAKLANO TOWSSHIP.
V J Bridges llfi acres on Deep rlvor, '
James Klssell, 4 aorts at F.gyit,
Sarah M Sloan, 36 acres on Rocky river.
Emma Wat den, 75 acres on Deep river,
Loyd Wa'ii'n. 10 acres on Bear creek,
X.'.on Vatsoil, 10 acres on Bear creek, :
llliUiinn Bailey, 2S acres,
W T Buchanan, 46 acre?.
J E Moore, 17J acres,
J R Blddle, 57 acres.
Emellne Thotnas". 146 acres, .
IN HADL1.Y TJWS5HIP.
Henry Cole. 44 aTes
W J. Fowlor, tfi acres,
S H Crutchfleld, 540 acres,
Jamrs Hatch, 135 acres
Alias 1 Perry,
Mrs C F itawhut, 76 acres,
Geru U Tlmns'M. '00 acrus,
Newlen Whtie", 200 acre-H.
5 6-1 j
j Bll(;k Mounlalll, 2 j
' . ... ... ... a. rliui' - 3 S3 .
IN n.M,''WlX TOWNSKIP
a Y n i iKiik oscu'i -
Nici Wright, '237 rw on Terrell's creek, 19 12
U Hwee:, 75 .-Mireu on Haw river, 11 ft!
V.- ,. . ..... .... vmi'c ranlf . 17 47
! i. i..u,i, ut si.Tw.nn bn-wcek. 21 T
I r L Sutphln, .u-TW ii Mol- lintodi.
i iN M iTi Kii.VS foWMSillI'.
! K P Brtn-ka" estate, aiH acf3,
i S T CulLerwu. 58 acres
.1 v f JWaf l!. 144 acres.
i'li;:.! McLrmu. lWucreSp
! k ;-?'r. 37 acres.
! Jail. 3 1888. Sbeuiff,
! TC53ACCO SEED!
i r viiuiiK, f-ovrmsiso kteiy type.
I i, 1 i'T Brir lit Yellow,- incht li:r Jtli t 01
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1 Zr.Jl.rt iv. m. ;ni"..M:rt l.k their own
cb'i'-e. rrli-o an ccn.i
(.uiM s for
u l i Ar.f n,
bxhx&AaiTB. c,i '
DEALERS tJf ; : -
, HEAVY AKD FAKGY
(Corner M.dn and Church Streets.)
Near Parrish's WABEiionsx:
tf" Highpst market price paid tdt
nil eburttry produfte; . 1
Our old couiityineh of Chatharn fire
invited to make our tt ue heir Head
tjaarterB vrbvii th.y t i.rlt Durham, and
special bargains ave offerc-d theui;
Jan. 5th. lSbS. 2ms.
Ji:B P. W5TATT. inf.rPTATUja
Wyatt & Taylor,
General Coisissien Merchants asi
We have on hand a full line of
HEAVY GROCERIES, FEED
of every d!3aftrijl inn. also
BAGfilNG AND TIES,
which we offer to the public at bot
Will make cash advancea ou Cotton
in hand, when desired;
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No. 16 East Martin and 1C Exchange -Place,
Balkiuii, N. C
September 18, 1887 i
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