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Haitkimt. . . . . - July 30. lsi. Subtriptlon Trin In Advance: One ropy. one yesr. (postag paid,) $L.-0 On o;.y, six months, " 1 m One ronv. tire months ;j) OT Advertisement will .e irw-rted t the rate of $1 p.r aqua re (trn 1?p) for flrt insertion, and W) cent per qutrc for each additional insertion. Special contract tor larjjer advertise ment. t3F"Loenl notivrs 10 cnts pr lin. l&n X mirk on your pnprr indi cate that your ubeription ha pired. or U due. :ind you are reiipeet fuMr requested to ren'w or remit. tSTThe !ditor n il I not be held re sponsible, for viewi entertained and ex prewed by correspondent. IW Addre all romrounifatl')?) on busineM to the "Observer. Hill-boro. Iot Offlc UoiirH. Office, open at 7. a. m. ' Mall fcoinjj Kat clones 11:1.1. a. rn. Mail joiin West c1om; 5:15, p. m. Mill letvea for Uoxboro, Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7. a. in. Arrive. Tuetday. Thursday and Sat urday at 3. p. m. Mall leave for Milton, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6. a. m. Arrires'Tuaaday, Thursday and Sat urday at 4. p. m. Arriv from Oakv Tueday. Thnr dir n4 Sat nr. lay at noon, and leaven atne dy at I. p. m. Ofll" kept npen'nn Snnd.ic for de livery of null one hour after the arri val of ei( h rain. Money OrJel" ittet1 from fi oVlo-k. a. n., to 4 o-lok, p. m. ii. ii. ni ii.A 1 liwivtn, I . .). Advertisements ot communi cation mutt be handed in by 1'2, n., "Wednesday of each iceek to insure their insertion in the next issue of ths paper. The Observer leill be put to press every Thursday by 12, m., so as to reach subscribers bJ the first mails leaving Hillsboro after that hour. Remember the above, and be governed accordingly. Cooler weather. 1 Haiti badlv needed. Be careful what you eat. C. M. Parks, Kjuj , in et'joying the sea breeze at Morehead. Head notice of Jdm II. Hughe-, Ktecutor of Dr. W. If. Hughe, deceased. President fiat field not vet out PoSToFHlCK Nkws. I'uhlmatcr- -ifNotice the- X mark and call General Jainctt has bit uton a ilan i,. --nle vnur suhactrintion. i Of facilitating tl.e traiimi?ioi. - - T T I C K -The .Tu-ti-r. of the Fence and Board 18 8 1 1 T T t of C ommit oners of Omn;'i: County! I , . "in unrvi i-uuu injure ;il HIM ' boro on the lt Mondav in f Aujni?t fot ! the purpose of levying the county tax for the year 1$?1. The Conn "j- Commissioner will com mence at tie ime time revising the tax lint lor 11. and will hear com- dcrs are intended to be printed on bank-note paper, to be finely eti- "IIow Ake You My Fbiesd,' asked a bright looking man. "Oh ! I feel miserable, I'm billious and can;t eat, and my back is lame and J RKLIGI0 TEMPERANXE AND cant work. "Why in the world rpiiF. METHODIST ADVANCE, An Unofficial Mcthodit Paper, OF.VOTKO TO through the mails at a cheap rate ol'j A Danville blacksmith posts the small sums of money. The new de-' following "notis :" "De copardnei vice is ao improvement opon the!8bip hereto fo resisting twixt me pystem of postal orders recently and Mose Skinner is hereby re adopted by the English postal i solved. Dem whar ows de fiirm authorities.,, ' The improvement con-1 will settle wid me, atxl lem what i plaints from all penonvi!!tereted siats of three columns of figures, one j firm ow w ill settle wid Ioes to represent dollars, the second tens j rskmner. J and the third uiiits. Two denomi nations of these orders are to be is sued one forall sums within $2.50, and the other for all sums within $5. The $5 card lias (our figures and a cipher in the dollar column, and all ihe numerals in each of the other columns. The postmaster sell ing the order will designate the amount to be drawn by punching the figures in the respective col umns The orders Will be payable to bearer, and the postrffice will not bo responsible for their safe deliv ery any more than tor fractional currency, for' which they are intend ed as a substituted Both sets of or- r THE NEW YEAB WITH every prospect of a he:.lthv (trade tor the next 12 months. Sales last year were larger than any previous year, and I am determined to increase them. My new ! : new : : ; d"irt you take Kidney-Wort? that's what I take w hen I'm out of sorts, and it always keeps me in perfect tune. My doctor recommends it lor aU such troubles." Kidney Wort is the sure cure for billious ness and constipation-. Don't fail to try it. hong Branch Xeics. IIill.slor-o MarketSi Corrected Weekly. Ilaco: . N. C.. hoi; round. Bulk Meats, clear rib sides. Butter, North Carolina, Beeswax, rorn, t . , graved, and other precautions taken i r lt Rh gOO'l, Chickens. of danger. We hnve"our tVa. s and doubt about h: recover v. Hawood Iliini'ton, a son M HatniilfMi, i -lanijerousiy 11. at tus lalhei's iio.nc ve.i- town. 4 Misses ?Iary and .'vnnie I'ar ks arc visiling their i."'c; Mis. L. 1, Ilrus wll, at the liable Hotel, Ashvvilb., N. V, Mrs 15. 1). Stiih. of Uahrigb, can-v:i:-sed ililihboro, this wet ic, in 1 1 t i;:toiMt of Ji.-iicrj'Hi Davi.V Jli'oiy (t( the War. Solicitor Si: ud wick returned from Kckin;;li un ("curt, Thursday, quite unwell. We hte lie may scon be entitely well. Calvin K. 1 '.irisb, Jame R M isod and J. K O'U.irs are anaounc.ed to make anti-prohibition tipeoches in Hillsboro, Saturday. The Southern Calendar Clock Company is selling large numbers of clocks. HilUboro ia headquar ters of this Company. Mr. Tim Allison, head clerk in the store of J. B. O. Rou!h3c, Esq., is taking a short rest, and the boys gay he is having a fine time. We were glad to see in our town last Monday, Mr. J. W. Biggs, of fa,r thn wall-known Music Ilonse of Happy McSmith, Charlotte, N. C. against counterfeiting It is ex pected that the department will be abb! Itj sell them at from 2 to 3 cen's for a 2.f0 order, and tnm 4 to 5 cents fr a $.0 oi .K r. The postmas ter will enter the amount of the or der in, writing on a stub, which will be the only check the department will need, and will contain only the amount of the order, the date of is sue and the name -of the office upon which the older is diawn. This will do away with a great deal of clerical labor, inco the names of the remitter ami payee will not be en tered at all in the records as is done in money older transactions, nor will any advices be issued. In order to prevent ihe Use of the postal or ders' as currency, they are to be re deemable only tor three months alter date ol issue Bad, Too Bad Gummy Oil's run Tuouule Clean your machine well with kerosene, get all the old oil and kerosene off, .theii buy and use only the ''Ellis'' oil. Ask your merchant lor it, and take no other. This space belongs to L. J Weaver, Chapel Hill, N. C. Watch it 1 E. per doon. Flour. North Carolina, (fay. Timothy. Molasses. Cuba, at, shelled. ' l'c:is. white, pc Umi:-. mixed. cotton, u:u bite, yellow. Salt. Liverpool, line. budiel. 11 12 1-2 11 20 20 75 70 10 to 20 l"to 17 1-2 8 to 25 10 $6.00 50 40 to 45 tJ5 to 75 1.00 1 1 12 1-2 to 15 10 $1.S0 LITERATURE". PudUhel weekly at Goldsboro, N. C, for a Joint Stock Company. Subscription: $2.u0 a year, $1.00 for six months, payable in ad vane A liberal patronage' is respectfully so licited. Address all communications to the Editor. W. M. KOBEY, Editor. F. M. WOOD. n v ... M. V. SHERRILL, Cor' tdltor- rjliE NEWS AND OBSERVER; RALEIGH, N. C. IIill.-loi'o Tol:si;o Mar ket Report. Corrected Weekly by C. B. Paylon Dark Cireen Luir-. 3 to 4 4.'ommou to Medium New Bright Smokers, 5 to 8 Medium to Good New Bright Smokers, 7 to 10 Good to Fine New Bright Smoker.-. 10 to 15 Common to Medium New Bright Filler?, 5 to 7 Medium to Good Netfr Bright Fillers. 7 to 10 Good to Fine? New Bright Filler--, 10 to 15. Common to Medium New Bright W rappers. 10 to 15 Medium To Good New Bri-ht W ra pi e is, 1 5 t o 20. Good to Fine New Bright Wrappers. HO to 4" Fine to Fancy Ne,v Bright Wrappers, 50 to 75 Receipts are increasing. Good, tine and fancy wrappers high and in demand. The Largest Weekly in the State ! We give 2,500 columns of reading matter during the year. We give lull reports ot the meetings of all important religious bodies and of court and legis lative proceedings, and generally all matters of interest occurring in the State. ; We give the latest Telegrams the latest Market Reports, the freshest News, interesting Articles, Stories for the-girls and Farm Notes for the boys. Our Market Reports will be worth many dollars to farmers and merchants. STOCK SHALL BE LA KG EH AND MORE COMPLETE THAN EVEH. I will begin ihe new year wi.h a full line of all staples, IRON, SALT, MOLASSES, SHEETINGS,, NAILS, SUGARS, COFFEES, CHEESE, PRINTS, MEN'S WEAR, CLOTHING, HATS, &c. My Stock was very much reduced during the holidays, but I am replenish ing In every line. We open to-day an elegant line of GENTLEMEN land BOYS HATS. .1 We open this week a new line of PRINTS, BLEACHED COT TONS, NOTIONS, everything that ran short w 111 be filled In each department. I have received ONE THOUSAND DOZEN COATS' SPOOL COTTON. This is the ''Old Reliable' tor machine In order to replace the large quantity of goods sold before the holiday. I nave recently taught a large atock seasonable gtnxls, con -Ming of COFFEES, SUGAR, SALT, RICE, HOMINY, MOLAS SES, S YM V PS, C I i E ES E. . Also PRINTS. TICKS. SHEETINGS and SHIRTING. DRILI. and miny other Drv Good. Also a full line of HARDWARE, TIRE, BANI SWEE1) IRON, NAILS HORSE and MULE SHOES, HORSE SHOE NAILS, AX, MATTOCKS GRIND STON ES, and a com plete Stock of CUTL E R Y . In CROCKERY, a great v;Ul. Common C. C. Ware, Stone Ware, .i t tation China, (very pretf and hi . and a nice lot of Plain and l iu. China. All the above and main other jjo not mentioned, will be sold at pop;: S o prices. T. Take your County Paper, and then and hand-sewing. Mv selling two tbou- send $2.00 for the News and Observer Specimen copies furnished on appli cation. H 0 T I C E STATE OFNOBTII CAROLINA, Orange County. sand dozen last year is an indication that our people appreciate it. Not withstanding the tact that it has been repeatedly Hated that no one kept it in Hillsboro, don t allow such statements to mislead .you. I ain Agent for this Cotton, and give it to dealers in lota at Nw York prices and save, them the Irelght. A meeting of the proposed corpora tors aticl subscribers to the capital stock and RALPH'S SNUFF. of the Willard Manufacturing Com pany is hereby called to be held at Agent tor PEARL SHIRTS Durham on the 2nd day of August, need no talkmz up Clerk Superior Court. I am Agent for RAILROAD MILLS They NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. N EC CTOR'S NOTICE; ODDS AND ENDS. The New York Legislature has lectcd Laphatn to fill the Senatorial vacancy created by the resignation ol Conkliug. 1 ' Five hundred deaths last week in Cincinnati, a city of about 2o,000 inhabitants, is a terrible exhibit of the fatal effects ol heat. It is said that Secretary of State Blaine is dying of that iatal disease, Diabetes, the same that killed Sena tor Carpenter, of Wisconsin. V son of ex-Senator Putzh, of ,Ohio, was recently tortured to death by the Apache Indians, into whose hands he was so untortuuate as to Having qualified as Executor of Dr. V. R. Hhicn deceased. I hereby give notice, to all peasons indebted to said estate to come forward and make imme diate payment, and all person's having claims against the e-i.-ite must present them dul- authenticated within the time prf-scrih'd bylaw or tins notice will be plead in bar of their re ocrv. Mr. T. C. Ellis is my authorized agent to receive and receipt for any moneys due the e.-tate. This July JStb, lf?Sl. JOHN II. HUGHES. Exr. -JJ-ISS ALICE C. HEARTT will oen her school for small children on August 1st, 1S8L WANTED ! One hundred thousand pounds of old Wrought Iron, Brass. Copper and Bones, fr which I will pa) the highest cash prices, delivered in Hillsboro. W. E. STEWARD. Administratrix notice. Having this day qualified as Execu trix of the last will and testament of Eliza J. Thompson, deceased, I hereby notify all persons indebted to said es tate to make immediate payment, and I am buying MATCHES in fifty gross lots, enabling me to give them tdnleal- ers at New "ork figures. Also LA UN DRY SO A PS. I handle the BAY STATE SHOE for this town. They are a blessing. I am opening a line of all numbers of 1880. C SMITH MUSIC M' E. JONT HOC- ' all persons having claims against the BOOTS for the February snow. New haiu esiitie w 111 picsciii liiuiu lu ujc i ouuck ui nu nurino cierj with. withm one year from mis date, or this notice will be plead in bar of their re- covery. This 5th of July, 1881 SALINA THOMPSON. C. M. PARKS. I AM JUST opening a RECEIVING AND SPHING AINL SUM- MB MILL11NEUY CiOOI3fS. The Emperor of Russia commu ted the sentence of Ilessv Helfman Henry N. Brown, Esq ., will ad- DenaUervitude for lite for com- drees tho civttens ot iiiusooro next, . lh murder of the late Monday night on the Prohibition L, . t T a Iahmh iiai01 attAfid I mm v v a B rm m m .A m l zm. m m.M mr-m . m mmm m m 4-1. BUUJCVW Th ITnit-d States now has ten We return thanks to mr. u. u. timea more acres of wheat than the Laws for a delicious cantaloupe. TTnit, KinfT.lom . it haa lwice lhe Tor fresh watermelons, confection- nmber Gf horses of both Eugland eries, soda water, Ac., 'Laws csn't be, an(j pr3nce . one-third more cattle, beat. Look not upon the . cucumber T" E U N I V E R S IT Y OK NORTH CAUOLIK A NEW LINE OF SUMMER Staples ami Novelties, which I invite the public to call atld examine and satisfy themselves of the rood quality and the low prices put I noon ttiem to meet tneir views anu purses. A Complete Assortment of GENTS UNDERWEAR, HEXAGON SCARFS, TIES, &c, LATEST STYLES! J-RS. MATT IE TAYLOR, MILLINER HILLSBOROUGH, N C has received a large and full stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Goods, which will be sold at remarkably low prices lor cash. Also a PULL LINE OK NOTIONS. 11. UEH SHOP. ZIALL ON FRANK HARRIS FOR Branch of Lvdden fc Bates. Prif Terms and everything ex actly the sadie. MEANS BUSINESS AND 1 . FAMILIES IN NORTH AND SOUTILCAR- OLINA . ENDORSE EVERY ORGA WE SELL. OltOANS Read these figur.:. A Fifteen Stop Ohoan witm 4 Sets of Reeds, Sun Bars am Octave Coupleu for $65. St. .). and Book. Guaranteed for 6 yenr. Send for Circulars. PIANOS Chickering & So . Mathushek, Guild & Church, Arn tf Southern Gem, &c., 4&c. ORGANS Mason fc Ila-r"- Peloubet & Co., Sterling, Ari..tn, La Petite. ONLY RELIABLE MAKERS REPRESENTED. We send on 15 days trial, pay ireight both ways if no ,m We can't be undersold for CAM I PIANOS Read these fiVun Pianos 8160 up. A 7 Octa e Hot wood Case, 2 round corner, fili agraffe overstrung Bass, and in ( . -y way 1st Class, and fully guar.u '.-f for 6 years. Stool and Cover LADIES LINEN SUITS com nlete. lor house wear or travel ray figures on them, by all means, before buying. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS of every hue and style. a good Shave, a good Shampoo, si good Hair Cut, and all other work done in his line ot business. Kirst-class work guaranteed. N. B. Particular attention paid to the gee cutting ot childrens hair. Efy Ladies Hair Cutting and Sham pooing done at their residences with neatness, &c. Thanks for pat favors and solicits a continued patronage. I am yours, respect I til ly. FRANK W. HARRIS, Hillsboro. N. C. NEXT SESSION" WILL BEOI.V Combine the advantages- of the old Curr! -nliim, with special and extended instruction according to the I'niver-ity system. Connected with it arc seliools-of LAW. of MEDICINE, and of PHARMACY. New Lines and Styles of COR SETS, at 25 cents to $1. HOSIERY of every description dren, blisses and to 50 cents. -pRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE and color, for Chi Ladies, at 10 cents when it shinetn green in the basket, for at last it grippeth like a pair of nippers, and twisteth like -a thumb screw. The school of the Misses Nash and Miss Kollock opened Friday. Miss Maria Nash, we are glad to and four times more hogs than both A half dollar of 1807 is worth seventy-five cents. A five cent piece , ot 1795, in good condition, is worth , one dollar. Filty cent pieces for; 1S13, 1S19 and 1824 are worth sixty cents each. A half cent for 1851 is worth eight cents. Sno'Kil facilities given tor p'.ietn-al studies, such as Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry, Land Surveying. -Drawing. Rok - Keeping. Bushies Law, Phono graphy. Ac. The comet can now be seen with learn, has almost recovered from ber , nzkcd eye in the northeastern ; recent illness. f sky about 3:30 in the morning. It ' T .- Kxpenses. in-'luding tuition and rom rent. $1K" to $230 per annum. Address, .fur catalngnc and parti, u- ' KKM1 P. BA'ITLK. Td,. D.. I'resident. m r o ii i a n r sale: An organ lor the use of the Met h-1 rises earlier every night, aud will, odist church atjliis place h arrivtMl. SOOn be visible in the evening sky ! It was purchased of Mr. J. L. Stone, and circumpoltr like the late comet. Raleigh, N.'C, and wa.- lOJnnlac-, Its tail is about one degree long, lured by the 15. Shooinger Organ The comet is coming directly to-, Co. 97 to 121 Chestnut Street, New! wards the earth, in its way to the Haven, Connecticut. perihelion passage, which will be William UaUcttf infant sou of made about A'ugit 18th. It will A. J. Gordon, died it his father's then be twenty five times brighter home neai HilUboro, last Saturday, than when first seen, brighter, it is The funeral services were held at said, than the comet now fast waning and twelve mouth the Methodist Church, Sunday alter-j was in its brightest hours. It is X1 t h .clock, and were con- iptist in pursuance of an order of the Suj-ri-r i 'ourt of Orange County. I will sell at public auction, on the premises, on Saturday. August H. ll. that -valuable H.'ii-..' :md Lot 'in the town of "hajel Hill. N. '.. known as . the Emory place." direetly in fiont of the College i -auipus, and on the corner of Franklin and Henderson street.-. This is the mst conveniently located re-Idem e iii Clnp'd Hill, aud oil the lot arc tvo desirable ottices, contaitiing two room-. Terms : $IiV in cash, balance in six' w ith 8 ht eent. in by bond w ith ap proved seeing, after all, said to be a new comet, For further information apply to A. ducted by Hev. W. h Wright, of , andnot a reappearance of the one of Mlckle.at jM lhe lautist church. . '1327. ("omm'r. Pitts boro. N ('. FANS, SCARFS) JAPANESE PARASOLS, &c. FKEWII STOOK OF GROCERIES. COFFEE lower than ever. SUGAR and MOLASSES pur chased before the late. advance. My Stock is Complete in every line to satisfy the public wants, . Agencv CLARES' -MILE -END THREAD and ROLAND CHILL ED PLOWS. In future I will sell -no goods to any one except for Cash or Jiartcr. Don t ask for credit, for you will certainly be refused. I have but one price on my Goods, and by put ting that low down, ask a continu ance of the patronage given me for the pas tU wo years, I J. B. G. ROULHAC. The undersigned can accommodate several persons with good board on moderate term. I can. also, at short notice, furnMi a I hore and buggy, saddle horse, wagon anu team to parties desiring surh. hen vou come to II ill.- oro. call on me. and I will endeavor to make vou comfortable at a small eo-r. I can al-o, take care ot teams and hors?. JOHN POGFE. OUR ONE YEAR PLAN ABLES EVERY ONE TO BUY. Christmas is comiDC and Mcv": . t has not forgotten the little f 11'- Country Merchants would ly. to write to me for lists of srrj !: I 6truments before they buy. W and get ray illustrated catab.-g aud prices. Order from this hou and save time and freight. Address, H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. ( P. O. Box 179. W EBB J O H N C II K E K CJn.rr"iiic Maker and Uu dertaker, IIILISBOKO. N. C. Hearse free. Keep- alwavs on hand different styles of Vehicles. Also, all kinds of FurnitureTat bottom prices. Will not be undersold by any one for same grade of work. s i ELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, HILLSBORO', N. C. WAREHOUSE, HHVLSBOi' The Forty-Fifth Session of the Misses Nah and Miss Kollock's School will open 'tfih of July. and close lfth of December, fij weeks.) Cin-ulaison application. E LIGHT R U N X I N G "DOMESTIC" always on hand, at Cedar Grove, X. C For anything wanted in the Sewing Machine line, address T. C. ELLIS, Cedar Grove. X. C. "DTMachine exchanged. At the commencement of lhe NV. Year, . farmers would do well tcp o k to their interest. Bring your to bacco to Webb's Warehouse, Hills boro, N. C, where I will guaranty highest market prices. We have large orders for Leaf, besides manufacturing interests. C. B. PAYLOR. Proprietor.