Stokesdale pond

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Stokesdale pond - I declar- mcio- I . NORTH CAROLINA NOTES. Mrs....
I declar- mcio- I . NORTH CAROLINA NOTES. Mrs. Senator Vance has returned from Kentucky. Mrs. Steel, her mother, is feeling better. H. S. Harrison and J. P. Tyree, of Halifax co., were here this week to find a purchaser for the Garrett Vine yard, which is to be sold for division I do not learn what success they had. Thomas D. Hogg, of Raleigh, has been in the city. Ii. G. Pegram and wife were here a day or two since. Rev. John D. Standford, of Dup lin, passed one day in the city. His old North Carolina friends were glad to meet him. Twenty-eight Twenty-eight Twenty-eight years a member of the Legislature, one of the wueei-uorses wueei-uorses wueei-uorses ui jemourauy auu suu- suu- stantial citizens of his section, he rtoy.;Qo tttUI, V,? ilo rnro.,l co vtii io . 1 1. i-t i-t i-t in u-i u-i u-i mo uu o.iivi grofession the high regard of all who new him in other callincrs. New postoffices: Andrews, Burke co., .Levi ri. rlaskins, if. M.; UnentaJ. Lewis B. Midvett, P. M.; Patre. Pen- Pen- der co., Peyton Page, P. M.: Satter white, Granville co sai,uei m. Evans. Pond, Guilford co., is changed to Stokesdale, and site changed a half mile south. Site of Cloths, Hender- Hender- son co., changed one mile south west. Postmasters commissioned : Annie E. Middleton, Hallsville; John C. Griffin, Ogreeta; Eli Wolf, Triplett; Joseph W. Parker, Buckland. Milo postoffice, Johnston co., has been discontinued. C. W. H. i i f I T is is

Clipped from Goldsboro Messenger03 Feb 1887, ThuPage 4

Goldsboro Messenger (Goldsboro, North Carolina)03 Feb 1887, ThuPage 4
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