Balfour counterpane; moss picture

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Balfour counterpane; moss picture - Chatham Exhibit. The articles in- in- tended...
Chatham Exhibit. The articles in- in- tended for the Chatham exhibit at the State Exposition are now being ; prepared for shipment to Raleigh. , As announced by us last week, j every tiling will be carried froniMon- froniMon- i cure by tne mid-day mid-day mid-day treiglit tram next Monday. Among the articles that we have seen or heard of, that will be in our county exhibit, are many thatwill attract much attention. attention. Probably none wili attract more attention tfcan a moss picture i of the county that has been inadeby ; Mrs. J. J. Jackson, of this place. It ! is not only original in its design and j aviisuc in its execution, out is oeau- oeau- tiful to behold. lhe picture is six by seven leet in size, moss, and is a correct is made ol map of the its streams, county, representing roads, biidgea, churches and all im portant points. Another article Qf some historical interest is a counterpane counterpane belonging to Mrs. E. D. Patterson, Patterson, of this county, that was brought to America, in 1772, by her great-graud-father, great-graud-father, great-graud-father, great-graud-father, great-graud-father, Col. Andrew Balfour, a noted Revolutionary patriot who was murdered in Randolph county by the notorious Fanning in 1782. This counterpane is in au excellent state of preservation and is far superior superior to many made recently. But x. V we do not purpose enumerating the j many articles of interest that will be displayed in our county's exhibit, Let us all go to the Exposition and see them. j

Clipped from The Chatham Record18 Sep 1884, ThuPage 3

The Chatham Record (Pittsboro, North Carolina)18 Sep 1884, ThuPage 3
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