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OBSERVER, j . t - July 23, 131. Subscription Terms In Advance: i n cop v. one vear. (postage paid.) $l.0. On copy. dx months. - i.uo. On ropv. three month9. 4 ,u-py-Advertisement he inserted at the rates ol $1 per square (ten lines) for flrt insertion, and 50 rout pr qunre for eaeh additional insertion. Special contract lor larger advertise ment. I3TLocal notice 10 cents per line. ... r"An'X mark on .your paper indi cate that your iubeription has ex pired, or U'llur, ami yon arc respect fu'lr reoriented to renew or remit. grThe Editors will not be held re sponsible for views entertained and ex pressed lv correspondent. tiff" Add rem all communication on busine to the -Observer, Hillsboro, s. cr Poit Office Hourx. OfTic opens At 7. a. m. Mail gotii2r East close 11:1". a. m. Mail g'dnjr West close .". p. m. Mill leaves for Roxboro, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7. a. m. Arrives. Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday at 3. p. tn. Mail' lea-et for Milton. Monday-. Wednedv and Friday at fi. a. in N: coitnty SAlM'KlilT. Arrive. Tuesday, Thursday and hat- j uerfi ,n low who will shave them, or lir at ": p. m. I ' Arrives from Oaks. Tuesday. Thttrs- Mr. J- Eaton Bledsoe, a Kepre dar and Saturd.u- at noon, and 1mvJ :n .up int 1 40nA.xUirf. frnm amrdv at 1. j m. Offi" kent p'n on Sunday for de livery f m-V. one. hour after the arri val of ejodi -- ri. Money trd"re issued from 8 o'clock, n. na., to 4 o'clock, p. m. it i? ki'ro vnnnv T AT I II. II. HUH I IIWIl l. t. .'1. CdfiT" Advertisement or communi cation mtist be handed in by 12, m., Wednesday of each week to insure their insertion in the next is.-tue. of the paper. The Observer will be put to press every Thursday by 12, r?i., so as to reach subscribers by the first mails leaving ffillsboro after that hour. Rr-member the above, and br governed accordingly. H0T .Warm Lt ITU-T! r-',l l rc4 3 A. Vv'. (iiaham. Ovfo:d. T'iO I " ' i i V I il V -!oHvi I his v, c . . M i. I.iicv : i I i:, I ' ' ' is ;.-iii)ii' j i-.t it.iai SV.ioo! m Hllhoi o viMtir ! Wnrkmi'ii fi'iv ,vj.'d i'iiia:rif! ' Major .lohti ,1'' ici ; u I t fi'l ' i i 1 -I-ouk" aT.n. Mr V. K . Dm r: 1 ' s . ''J it n- - ; a h - : U IT Hm.jo - w. n nr.cs, Kmj i.tj., son ot. SanVl is on a visit to his i'ather at Cedar (It ivc. The family of Mr. Clair Brown, ot Durham, are in Hiilshoro, and will spend the summer here. Major Robert Bingham will lec ture at Chestnut Ridge, Saturday, July 30th, on the subject of Prohi bition. The depth of the artesian well at Durham, at the present time, is over 1,100 feet. And still the work con tinues. The Southern Calendar Clock Company continues to flourish, and every day many clocks are disposed of in this and adjoining counties The anti-prohibitionists propose to have a grand time in Hillsboro, Saturday, July 30th. Distinguished speakers are expected to be present. Little Willie, a son ol Maj. John W. Graham, fell from a porch at his father's residence last Wednesday and both bones bt his left arm werc broken. Dr. D. A. Robertson, Dentist, will be in Hillsboro, Monday, 25th inst All parties desiring his ser vices, will find him at his ofSco in the Berry building. See notice of school of Miss Alice C. Hcartt. Thero are no better schools iu the State than can be found iu Ocange. Miss Ileartt's school is for small children. The work of laying the rails on the State University Railroad has been delayed on account of the scarcity of labor. After harvest is over, we suppose the pushed to completion. i mi i woric win oe 10pe PO We regret to announce the death! e re-ret to announce the death of little Florence, infant .laughter ot ; -u.r,al who wfacn relaling an acci. David McGiuley, K- . u hich took q whjch fae of ehe waa a wit. place at Chaind Udi lat "uday,n ,;1 . . ,rlicair 8tress I7lh inst. Florence was onlv eieht monlhs.old. We extend to the be reaved parents the sympathy ot the public. From the kcejK?r ot the poor house we learn that Mrs. Perkins, an old lady, fell out of bed and broke one of her legs the other day. Mr. Samuel Crabtroe, aged about SO, died at the poor house last week. There are several cases of sickness out there. - Superintendent ol Public Educa tion, S. W. Hughes, Esq., gave cer tificates to sir teachers last Satur day,; as follows: 1st grade,- Mr. J. N. Craig and S. B. Turrentine. 2nd grade, Miss Sue Holden, Thomas W. Holden, Milton Craig and Fred. P. Thorpe, colored. -'( Vennor says' "Another period of excessive heat on the 23d, 24th and 25th, with severe wind storms. A decided cool to cold change on the 27tb, 28th and 20th, with showery weather and severe storms j chiefly in the west. This cold wave may carry frosts in western sections both in Canada and the United States." Frank, the Barber, has had several calls; oi late to shave colored men. He desires to say through these col umns that while he would be more than. pleased to accommodate all, he has no black soap on hand, and that the order has not yet been made for i it. and besides there are other bar- .., " vake bounty, win aaaress tno cm- i zens; of HilUboro, Saturday night 23d instant at 8 o'clock, on the Pro hibition question. Mr. Bledsoe is a fine speaker, a. id although he takes a different view of the question to that ot the editor of thin paper, we wouln like to see a large crowd turn out to hear him. Prut. O. N. Bui'., well known in portions "of Orange County as a school teacher, having had a very tine; school at South Lowell last year, took his departure between tlu g"ing down and the ris ir.ir ; of the Min last Friday. Wo leant thai l.e behaved in a manner tntt-( comitii4 a gentleman toward a yi unvr rj)( j former pupil of his M-li'H!. and to escape the wrath ot a y-r' lv iiiitinniii father, he left for unknown. "iNorin Carolina l ;i in: n," a.s they are called in IJ.tckinhani, will be found too na- '!. n for all such .villains in our Sv-iU'. Hanging is too good for i ! '.Hi. ii.xi). Too Bad Gummy Oil's i i it Tkoukle Clean your machine o il with kerosene, get all the old and kerosene-off. then buy and use only the "Ellis' oil. Ask your merchant tor it, and take no other. This spaco belongs to L. J Weave , Chapel Hill, N. C. YTatch it ! A Libekal Reward Will be Given To the woman over thirty who never had an offer. To the woman who upon trying a new bonnet, never mentioned that her hair wasn't fixed. To the writer for the press who never said that bis contribution was dashed off. To the young man who doesn't thick the girls are all dying after him. To the young woman who would not choose an ice cream to a sub stantial meal. To the same young woman who never retired to the cupboard upon reaching home, for just a bite. To the clerk who never said "As it is yon, I will call it so and so," and then charged double price. To the schoolboy who does not at all times look upon the schoolmaster as his mortal foe. To the married man who nerer considered the possibilities of sec ond marriaga. To the married woman who does not sometimes wonder how she ever came to sav "Yes." To the clergyman who doesn't feel just a little proud of the tears he calls up at a funeral. To the young lady graduate who . would not rathor hav a whitn satin . 1 dress than high class honors at the i graduation exercises. n, n ,.r.tl n,Tn r imm. upon what ill did1' or "I said." The wife of Rev J. O. Guthrie has been quite unlvell at the resi dence of Rev. Johtf Pogue, of Hills boro. We are glad . to learn that she is improvihg. I We were qlad to see in oar town, Thursday, T. C. Evans, Esq., editor of the RetdaVille Times. Ripe fruit is the most wholesome diet at this season of the year. gT'Notice the X mark and call and settle your subscription. A joint discussion between, two prohibition and one anti-prohibition speakers at the court house Tuesday night resulted in a little unpleasant ness. The guilty parties were tried Tharsday before Mayor Nash and each 6ned $1 and costs. All o! the parties were colored men. We advise all men on both sides of this great question to keep cool and not indulge in personalities, but to dis cuss it on its merits, and leave the result with the voters on the first! Thursday in August. Thus far the number of immi grants who have arrived at the port of New York this month is 19,340. Two deaths whilst surf-bathing on the Atlantic coast are reported thus far this season. Eminent Physicians are pre scribing that tried and true remedy, Kidney-Wort for the worst caeca of billiousuess and constipation, aa well as for kidney complaints. There is scarcely a person to be found that will not be greatly benefittted by a thorough course of Kjdney-Wort every Spring. If you feel out of sorts and don't know why, try a package of Kidney-Wort and you will feel like a new creature. Indi anapolis Sentinel. Hillsboro MurketH. Corrected Weekly. Ilacot . N. C, hog round, 11 " haras, 12 1-2 Bulk Meats, clear rib sides, 11 Butter. North Carolina, 20 Beeswax, 20 Corn. 75 Corn Meal. , 70 Coffee, prime Bio, 10 to 20 good, lo to 17 1-2 Chickens, 8 to 25 Effs, per dozen, 10 Hour, North Carolina, $6.00 Hay. Ximothy, 50 Molafses, Cuba, 40 to 45 Oat?, shelled, 65 to 75 Peas, white, per bushel, . 1.00 Rags, mixed, 1 cotton, 1 Sugar, vhite, 12 1-2 to 15 1 yellow, 10 Salt, Liveroool, fine. $1.80 Hillsboro Tobacco Mar ket Report Corrected Weekly by C. B. Paylor. Dark Green Lug. Common to Medium New Bright Smokers. Medium to Good Xevr , Bright Smokers, Good to Fine New Bright Smokers, Common to Medium New Bright Fillers. Medium to Good New Bright Fillers. Good to Fine New Bright j Fillers, 'Common to Medium New Bright W rappers, Medium to Good New Bright Wrappers, Good to Fine New Bright Wrappers. Fine to Fancy Xew Bright Wrappers. Receipt are increasing. 3 to 4 5 to S 1 to 10 10 to 15 5 to 7 7 to 10 10 to 15. 10 to 15 15 to 20. HO to 45 50 to 75 Good, titte and fancy wrappers mand. high and in de- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. M ISS ALICE C. HEARTT will open her school for, small children on August 1st, 1881. WANTED I One hundred thousand pounds of old Iron, Brass, Copper and Bones, fer which I will-nav thr 4iitrhp.it nih nricp.. delivered in Hillsboro. W. E. STEWARD. T " K UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. NEXT SESSION" WILL BEGIN YntfUHt r5tl, 1881. Combines the advantage of the old Curriculum, with special and extended instruction according to the University system. "Connected with it are schools of LAW. of MEDICINE, and of PHAR MACY. Special facilities given tor practical f todies, su:h as 1 Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry, Iittd Surveying, Drawing, Book Keeping. Business Law, Phono fiaphy, Ac. Expenses, including tuition and room rent. 1H5 to $230 per annum. Address, for catalogue and particu lars. KEMP P. BATTLE, LL. D.. President. JMPOR1 ANT SALE! In pursuance of an order of the Supe rior 'ourt of Oraiiire County, 1 will sell at public auction, on the premises, on Saturday, August f. IS81, that valuable House and jot in the town of Chapel Hill. N. C. known as the "Emory pla-e." directly in front of the College campus, and on the comer of Franklin anil Henderson ireet. 1UU i the mtist cotivenleutlv located residence in Chapel Hill, and on the lot are two desirable offices, containing two rooms. Terms: $100 in ca?b. balance in six and twelve laontht with 8 percent, in terest, to be secured by bond with ap proved security. For further information apply to A. Mickle, at Chapel Hill, or address 4 II. A. LONDON. JR., Comm'r, Pittiboro. N. C. OTICE The Justices of the Peace and Board of Commissioners of Orange County will meet in the court house at IlllU- hnro on th? Ut MnnHir in A i,ri,c fm. the purpose of levying the count v taxi for the rear lSsi. 1 The County Commissioners will com. meuce at the Ran; time revising the lax ir anu wm hear com plaints from all persons" interested. rjMIE METHODIST ADVANCE, An Unofficial Methodist Paper, tVOTD TO RELIGION, TEMPERANCE AND LITERATURE. i Published weekly at Goldsboro, N. C., for a Joint Stock Company. Subscription: 2.UO a year, $1.00 for six months, payable in advauce. A liberal patronage is respectfully so licited. Address all communications to the Editor. i W. M. ROBEY, Editor. F. M. WOOD, I , V,H.N H. V. SHERRILL, J Cor. Editors. rpHE NEWS AND OBSERVER. RALEIGH, N. C. The Largest Weekly to the State! We give 2,500 columns of reading matter during the year. We give full reports of the meetings Of all important religious bodies and of court and Aegis, in-wre pruuetumgB, nuu gentian j an vZ M i, tvi kJ inicb inai neb xicpuius UIC ucsucst Vows intirAstinrr Arttolas StrkHoc rrr the girls and Farm Notes for the boys. Our Market Reports will be worth many dollars to tanners and merchants. Take your Couuty Paper, and then senu f 2.w ior uie mewa anu vjoserver. opecunen copies 1 urn iwieu on appu - Cation. N 0 T I C E STATE OFNORTII CAROLINA, ) Orange County. A meeting of the proposed corpora- tors and subscribers to the capital stock of the Willard Manufacturing Com pany is hereby called to De Held at 1881. PRIDE JONES, Durham on the 2nd riav of Auirnst. Clerk Superior Court. A DMINISTRATRIX NOTCIE. J m ; Having this dav qualified as Execu- trix of the last will and testament of Eliza J. Thompson, deceased, I hereby notity all persons indebted to said es tate to make immediate payment, and all persons naving ciatms against ine snid estate will present them to me within one year from tins date, or tnls notice will be plead In bar of their re covery. This 5th of July, 1881. SALINA THOMPSON. AM JUST RECEIVING opening a AND NEW LINE OF SUMMER Staples and Novelties, which I invite the public to call and examine and satisfy themselves of the good quality and the low prices put upon them to meet their views and purses. A Complete Assortment of GENTS UNDERWEAR, HEXAGON SCARFS, 'i TIES, fcc LADIES LINEN SUITS com- piete, ior oouse wear or ,.ravi. o l . . , . 1 C. ray ngores on mm, oy an meau, r a m . . A Deiore baying. stt v u a vnwFRPTTTTrjcS Af - every hue and style. tJAlilX umi -m.mjmmw m.M-m v v New Lines and Styles of COR- SETS, at 25 cents to i. uncTuov c uvoxain 2"' r " and color, for Children, Misses and Ladies, at 10 cents to 50 cents. p i vjn on ADIiH! AJN, OtyAKlX, JAPANESE PARASOLS, Ac. JF RESH STOCK OIT r GROCERIES. COFFEE lower than ever. SUGAR and MOLASSES pur chased beiore the late advance. N M? Stock is Complete in every! kinds of Furniture, at bottom prices. line to satisfy the Dablic wants. - PT. A RTT5.MTLT?L.'P!VT THREAD aTd ROLAND CrULJ ed plows. In future I will sell no goods to r any 0 except ior t,i or ancr. Don't ask for credit, for you teiU certainty be refused. I have but one price oo my Goods, and by put ting that low down, ask a continu ance of the patronage given me for i i the past two years. J B. G. ROULHAC. a wr 1 18 8 1. I START THE XKW YEAR WITH every prospect of a he<hv trade for the next lit months. Sales last year Werc Vrgier ha" any previous year, and 1 am determined to increase them. Mr STOCK SHALL BE LAK6ER AND MORE COMPLETE V THAN EVER. I will begin the new year with a full line of all Staples, IRON SALT, MOLASSES, SHEETINGS, NAILS, SUGARS, COFFEES, CHEESE, PRINTS, MEN'S WEAR, CLOTHING, HATS, fcc My btock was verv much redured I during the holidays, but I am replenish- ing in every line. W'n ntun v.1w ... ... tl... M 1 GENTLEMEN and BOYS HATS, We open this week a new line of PRINTS, BLEACHED COT- TONS, NOTIONS, everything that ran short will be filled in department. I have received ONE THOUSAND COATS' SPOOL COTTON. Thia is the "Old Reliable" tnr mnrhlne and hand sewing. My selling two thou- sand dozen last year is an indication 1 that our people appreciate it. Not- fcwithstAndinp - the fact that it haa hwn repeatedly ttated that no one kept it in Hillsboro, don't allow such statements to mislead you. I am Agent for this Cotton, and give it to dealers m lots at ritw York prices and save them the freight. I am Agent for RAILROAD MILLS and RALPH'S SNUFF. Agent for PEARL SHIRTS. They I nppd nn fjilklny nt. I am buying MATCHES in fifty gross iois, enaoiing me to give tuem to deal- ers at New York figures. I v I handle the BAY STATE SHOE for this town. They are a blessing. lam opening a line of all numbers of j tfuuis i or ine f eoruary snow, e w j I Stock of RUBBERS every week. C. M. PARKS. SUM- ItfLJEK, MILLIIN ERY ooor. LATEST STYLES! RS. M ATT IE TAYLOR, MILLINER, HILLSBOROUGH, N. C, has received a large and full f toek of JS?irr..'il5S5:S prices for cash. Also a FULL LINE OF NOTIONS. n t.t. nv cti Avrir it uimu rnoi y a p'ood ShaVe. a erol Sham noo. a good Hair Cut and all other work done in his Hue ot business, first-class worKguaranieeo. V: 13 ..M U k. . pnthtlir nf phi dr0iit hair ..w. - m.r a Ainu yuLLiitii uuu & ' -aA m , done at re?7dence8 with neatness, Ac. Thanks for past favors I J ut, . : i . iu euiitiuj n cunviuueu pairoiuure. l am vour. resmn ttifv. f I rKASn, "ORIVATE BOARDING HOUSE The undersigned can accommodate I several persons with good bo art! on moderate terms. I can. also, at short notice, furnish a horse and buggy, saddle horse, or wagon I s . . : .1 i huu uiuu w ponies u7inu2 suca. When vou come to HilUboro, call on me. and I will endeavor to make vou comfortable at a small cost. I can. also, take care of teams and horses. JOHN POGUE. J O II N C H E E K Carriaire IMCcUccr and Uu- dott4QLlcox- HILLSBORO, N. C Hear&e free. Keeps alwayt on hand different stvles of vehicle. Aio. all I Will not be undersold by any one for I - f nwfr ELECT BOARDING AND DAYj I scnoou HILLSBORO, N. C. I ThPnrtr.nrhSonoftheMi& s iJi 'Xw Kollock' Sctlool will open Th of July, 1S81, and eW 15th oi ueeemoer, isu weea-j uircniar on application. rpHE LIGHT RUNNING "DOMESTIC" always on Land, at Cedar Grove,, N. C. For anything wanted In the Sewhig Machine line, address T. C. ELLIS, Cedar Grove, N. C. 7"31arhins exchanged. 11 - JQEW! NEW I! HEW It! In order to replace tb (am qcastftv of goods old before , th bolkUys, 1 have recently bought a large stock of seasonable good, consisting of COFFEES, SUGAR, SALT, RICE, HOMINY, MOLAS SES, SYRUPS, CHEESE, 6c Also PRINTS TICKS. SflEETINOfi and SHIRTING. DRILLS and many other Dry Goods. Also a full line of HARDWARE, TIRE, BAUD ana SWEED IRON, NAILS, HORSE and MULE SHOES, HORSE-SHOE NAILS, AXES, MATTOCKS, GRIND STONES, and a coo- plete Stock of CUTLERY. In CROCKERY, a rreat ttrtetv Common C. C. Ware, Stoue M'arr, irtn tatton China, (verv pretty and cheniO ana a nice lot or nam and Furuini UUuB I All f Via .Vwtva a..t mmmmmmm At.a - I A not mentioued, will be sold at popular pnecs J. E. JOKES. 1880. 1HH1 JC SMITH MUSIC HOUSE. Branch of Ludden & Batoa. Priovs, fW m " lerms ana everything ex aotly the tame. MEANS BUSINESS AND 1,500 FAMILIES IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAR OLINA ENDORSE EVERY ORG AK WE SELL, ORGANS Read tbMJ fijrurr A Fifteen Stop Orqajt with 4 fllwJ w,o fi u... 7.. .bo, ww. uog m. OCTAYB COUPLBR FOB (65. Stool And Book. Guaranteed for 6 ycarr . Send tor Circulars. I TIT A VAD l A T piamuaneK, wuim a Church, Anon. southern Gem. fcc. Ac, ORGANS Mason & Hamlin. p... . HtMwVtmtm ' & Co.. Sterl La Petite. ONLY RELIABLE MAKERS REPRESENTED, We send on 15 dare trial. Wo pay freight both ways if no taJ. We can't bo undersold for CASH. PIANOS-JRead these Btrure. PianoB $160 up. A 7 Octave Rose wood Case, 2 round corners, full agraffe overstrung Baaa, and in every way 1st Class, and fully guaranteed for 6 years. Stool and Cover. OUR ONE YEAR . PLAN KN- I AISLES EVERY ONE v Christmas is coming and McSwlth has not forgotten the little folks. Cnuntrv Merchant, wnnld An 4 w w . v. v io wrue to me ior usis oi smau in- gtrnmeDts before thev bu v. Writn i j j - w - - - - aod get my illottraud caUlocmefl land orices. Order from this houau . - n,l aaVA timn and frmoht uroe ana lretght. Address. H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C. P.O. Box 179. PB'S WAREHOUSE, HILLSBORO. 1 At the eomoescscatal of th New Year, farmers would do well to look to their interest. Bring yor to bsoco to Webb 1i Warcboost, HilU boro, N. a, where I will highest market p riots. We haw large orders for Lot bsSdca oar manufacturing interests. C. B. PAYLOU, JftOrB!CTO.