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COt'NrY OBSERVER.
I L , O ROUGH,. N. C.
vj l(lt Y.
- Oct. 6, 1883.
M p.SCRTPTIOX KATES :
- , ir. to be paid in advance. $1..V.
$ 1. 00
frit .nllii1-
50 ct.
.
ArVERTOlV6 RATES:
... w.Minn, one year, $90.00
'.(rulHtaiJ, " 7
.1 "
$50.00.
25.00.
insertion.
. lire. (t!ti Hnw,5)
.1 , .Mil p?r Miu:ir-
rjrn.urt Notice 0 tvoe-KS, e-nMi.
V nit! when payment is delayed for
j-jTLoeal advfl'i-cmen?3. cents per
JMitor v.t not to rrsponnble
r v"v' ot correspondent.
vrtiMifffth ami comtrnJcttron?
',.( bf Mtfn by Wednesday tf each
-.-k. - ' ;
Tli'' pair i t0 pre on ThUra
v that it may be sent through the
v;!- on Friday.
Th"u the oniy newspaper published
oroide County, and every citizen of
P county should take it and eicoT-
jfv publication. . ,
v-n. to thh oltlcc'at onCA, notices of
.rri !-'- deaths accident, &c, in fact
.'r ibmg infrett, and tv will take
Ki;,iri' iii publishing. It lu'tbYj desW
(kr K li'"' f this paper to publish a
.,., ,,. Coirnty newspaper.
p-THK OFFICE OF TH E OR
n(SK count y observer
js ON CHURTON STM OVER
1IAYKS1 DRUG
f-Our subscribers who are due
, iU enntnr a favor hy ro&king it
jnvenient to settle before xr at
during Court. We need the
orior. DWt forget this.
Ste notice of SherifTs sale.
The crowd was not as Ursje as
sual on Tucmlay of court wetfe.
Major John W. Graham and
;mlie Kiiffin the old firm will be
ociati'd in the practice of the law.
Full proceedings of the County
'orn missi oners next week Trith
ornpiele hut d" school comr.iUteea.
C'ommiioner Roseinotil says
hat key t" tlie gate of the Pics
ti.iit t i int t' i v may be found at
IllltlT.
Mr .lt'v!i W. Terry, Commiti
t r, w s'l rt-c'H the Nancy Dun-
(ioiu liiii l n the lirsl Monday in
N'ovembtr. .Se advei lisemeitt.
Wi" 1 1 -i . 1 pleasure d mect
i ilitipboro ibis week, Hon. W
U I'tix, wh mo worthily represents
il n lit rict in the Congress of the
I'liiU'l Si:ilt.H.
The coroner's jury in the case
'f li.e colored woman who died sud
iiu.!y in Cedar Grove township, re-
lorteil tiiai the woman died from
iii.Uouu causes.
"I don't care a cent about aoinir
f ti e how inef, but I want my
tllf folks to o, ho I thought I'd
wry them." lor "little lolks
uv have to l ar r mnoli
-Kead Mr. C. M. Parks' attrac-
ve advertisement in this uaner.
e ha a very large Stock of Goods
1 will sell them Joiv. Call and
ttmne these goods: he makes no
rt;e to how them.
-Suj-erintendent Jackson icports
vra! cases ol diphtheria at the
r house, but there has been no
'Ls lrom this disease. Ann Gra
1!BanJ Jesse Wood, two colored
:ai8, died last week.
-There are four -brothers living
' r,t fiver in Durham mthntv
average 88 years of age, whose
R3c are as follows :. John, Ed-
pi William and Henderson Til-
V Til,.. .v . i a . rv
ine oiuesi, is y 4.
Mr. Joscnh G. Coolev suoceeda
r rf
vniui; liumn as aireuv vi vuc
U. at this ulace. Mr, A.
te'l has charee of the rc-ad as
u uissier irom mile post oa to
t43g west. Mr. Harris baji been
r!?ero. tt: .. cn,
r ill.
j - wiorea people were exci-
'"'Week nvur tKo nnurn lhat ft
" man named Alex. Herndon,
i
Airier lives here, was to be
8 2 U'xinoton next week.
For
l his mother who is said
it Hry H-orthy wonlan, we are
atar that it is not true.
ONE
OF THE ELECT.
' ,jDSrt?ss.mwi elect from the Builders.
t ,v. lhin lietriet has nson
KmU iu bis family and has
KS' 5 il aate'and reliable, and
k- unn "reat relief to a lame
C . h Nicholson. Littleton,
: "I took Brown's Iron
fedt;4,,r general ill-health and
pteasaut and beneficial."
THE USUAL RESULT.
itij noi to be denied that a good
sewing machine is one of the most
important appurtenance of the mod
ern houKehold.
We ihuoght we had a pood ma
chine unlft owe day the agent of the
New llonxe presented himself at oar
door and proceeded to deliver an
oration upon its characteristic mer
iu. "But we answered, "our machine
i '-.!!. J for cvieh filiCQUfint insertion ' m ,, , . .
f ! 1 ' " . suits og well and wc do not care for
anotner.
The agent, however, begged the
privilege of leaving one of bU rna
chities with us, "for the ladies to
try."
TAie request was not unreasonable,
so we granted it but more to
-dblrge the agent than anything else ;
tor yc. really did not want the ma
chine, 'and had not the remotest
idea of buying it. ,
The machine once in tlie house it
was eatnral that the ladies should
lKk it bver; they hd so,' and as a
consequence fell in lo've " with it.
They say that without the'siightesi
wish to decry or disparage any other
machine, this, all things considered,
is, in their opinion, the most desira
hhs one to be had.
This unrivalled machine is manu
fact n red by the NEW HOME SOW
ING MACHINE CG.,,3,0 Union
Square.. New York, who wish us to
say that all who will send for their
new illustrated catalogue and en
close their advertisement (printed in
another column,) wHI receive a set
of fancy advertising novelties, of
value to those collecting, card, fce.
Mr. T. W. Wheeler," VVarrenton,
N. C, says : "I used Brown's Iron
Bitters for general ill-health and de
rived great benefit.
- -
Frank w'dl Dye your beard or
mustache in the best order.
Ho us ft Stolen. tfrom my sta
bles six miles south of Hillsboro, on
the nijjhi of the 20th of September,
a email sorrel Mare, ordinary size,
blaze face, fore feet white, and one
hind foot white ; knocked in hind
feet from hard pulling ; seven years
old. A liberal reward will be given
for any information that will lead to
the recovery of the horse.
Wm. Baldwin,
Hillsboro, N. C. ,
N K W A D VERTISEM EN.TS.
HI L L S B O It O .
GRAND OPENING AT THE
BAZAAR,
OCTOBER, 1883.
II and Winter Stock
how on Jbeliititioii
In a few words ; we have the most
complete stock that has been shown
in this section at any time.
We have never shown such a va
riety in DRESS GOODS.
Cashmeres all Wool a com
plete line of shadesBrowns, Ma
ro ns, Olives, Garnet, fcc. Blacks
from 15 cents to $1.-5 a handsome
Ilack Ottoman Repp, 42 inches, all
Wool. We say unhesitatingly tbat
we have the handsomest line of
Dres6 Goods, from 10 to 35 cents,
tbat we have ever seen in a retail
store.
A lino of Plaids and Stripes," Silk
and WooU at 25 cents, that cost 40
cents to import. We bought a stack
of thou low. and will cure our ens-
toniers the benefit of the bargain
A line of Solid Goods in Colors
and Black, a new material (Alaba-
batross) at 25 cents, that is far ahead
of any goods at the price you have
seen.
Velveteens, Silks, Satin, Furs
Fringes for Trimmings, and a hand
some hue ot Buttons to match.
CLOTHING.
A belter assorted Stock of Cloth
ing than evejl Boys, Youths and
Genu Wraps.
Shawls, Cloaks, Sacks, Jackets and
Jerseys for Ladies.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
JAM UP.
We have the "Boss" Molasses,
takes the cake rather makes it.
It
We have con9tautly on hand
Rockland Lime, . Cement, Calcined
. tUNf) Hum Tb Plu'm Ui Ko. in.lr nf TTsrd.
ts that Hon. Martin A. j ware carried in this section for
BOOTS AND SHOES.
'a
Don't bay Boots outside of Hills
boro. We are certain tbal there is
not a; bouse in the State that can
serve voir better in this line.
c. m Parks,
Hillsboro, N. C.
Ohio nod Iowa elect State of
ficers next Tuesday.
WANTED !
A smart While woman to do
house work. Apply to
C. G. 'HOLT,
Hrttsboro, N. C.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I will be in Hillsboro every Satur
day, 1st Monday in each month, and
on all public days.
M. L. EFLAND,
County Treasurer.
If you want a good Hair Cut or
Shave, call on Frank the Barber.
s
ALE OF LAD.
By virtue of a mortgage executed bv
Joseph H. ratta. on th 13th August,
1880, duly roistered, I will, on Monday,
Oct; 1st, 1SJ, at th court house door
in Hill?lKro. offer for sale for cash, a
tract of land adjoining Mrs. Swepson
on the north. Stanly and. Green on the
east. Hobbs' la ads on the west, am!
.te Cheek's Isnd .ott the Mwith, m
tauriug 210 acrCs, to. satisfy' the said
iuortae.
ThU 27th day of August. l$X3.
THOMAS WEHB, AdmV
of Willie l Mangum, deceased.
Sale of the above Was postponed uu
til Saturday, October 13lh. 1881.
q-OTICE.
In pursuance of an ord ?r of tlie Pro
bate ourt of,Oranj;c County. I will sell
to the highest bidder, at th court house
door in Hillsboro. On Monday, Nov.
5th. a certain tract of laud on the
waters of Little Kiver, on which the
lte Nancy Iuiiu-gau resided at the
time of her demise, adjoining the lauds
olK. N.Hall. Jrv T. J. Wilson, Mrs.
Edmy Hall, the Marris lands and others.
terms: Sevcnty-nve dollars cash.
balance n credit of 12 months, secured
by bond with good security with inter
est from date ot sale.
This 27th day of August. 1883.
JOS. VV. TEKRY,
Commissioner.
BY VIRTUE OF THE FOLLOW
iug execution to me diiected.
from tne Superior Court Clerk of Per
son county in the ase of "Alfred 31a-
ock vs. Anderson Toler, 1 will sell for
cash to the highest bidder at tlie court
house dooi in Hillsboro on Monday,
November 5th. one tract ot laud
on the waters of Little River adjoining
lauds ot 1. 11. McKeei C. W. Mcliroom.
J. R. Rav and others, and coutainin?
iy) acres, more or less, being the same
on which ;he said A. Toler now lives.
All to satisfy above execution and costs.
l'liis 3d day of October, 188.1.
JOHN K. HUGHES,
Sheriff Of Orange County.
A
DMINl STR ATI) R'S X OT ICE.
Letters of administration upon the
estaie of Ilerry Andrews having this
day been issued to me by the Probate
Court of Orange, I hereby notify all
persons indebted to said estate to come
torwaid and make immediate payment
to me, and all parties holding claims
against the estate must' present them
within one year f:om this date or this
notice will be hlead in bar of their re-
.... . '.111. . .... .v..
cover-. Hits Z4tn uay ot Sep.. isso.
A. W. GRAHAM,
Administrator.
ICE.
I will sell at the court house door in
Hillsboro, on Monday the 5th day of
November next, three valuable tracts of
land lying in Orange county on the
waters ot Mill Creek, adjoining the
lauds of Joseph I'iCkett, George ler-
rell and others, to-wltt
Lot No. 1, containing twenty-eight
and one-halt acres, on which is situated
the dwelling house and other buildings
liOt No. o, containing Inrty-lour and
one-halt acres, and adjoining lot No. 1.
Lot No. 4, containing sixty-three
acres, and adjoining lots Nos. 1 and 3.
All the above lands are said to be fine
tobacco land, and the most ot it is wood
land.
The said hinds are sold for partition
among the heirs at law of the late Jas.
MeCulloch and subject to the dower
rights of Iii? widow.
Terms oT sale : One-half cash, balance
iu 6 mouths, bond and security, and
title reset vrd until paid for.
This 2Gth day ot Sep., 1883.
C. E. PARISH,
Commissioner.
IN J :V GOODH !
If you want a Black Silk Dress,
If you want a Colored Silk Dress,
If you want a Black; Cashmere
Dress,
If tou want a Colored Cashmere
Dress,
If you want an Ottoman Worsted
Dress,
If you want a Persian Worsted
Dress,
If you want a Mohair Dress,
If you want aoy kind of a Wors
ted Dress,
If you want Brocade Silk,
If you want Black or Colored
Satin,
If you want the Prettiest Prints,
It you want Good Ready Made
Clothing,
If you want Superior Groceries,
If you want All Kinds of Hard
war If you want New Styles of Hats
and Caps,
If joa Wsnt .11 kind, of Dib.e;Nori Wo-w. CjHjUnrf
Goods,
t w.t annm AT LOW
lwt
PRICES,
Canlotr
For the OUerver.
x IN MEMORIAM.
i ransfaieq irom toe evil of this
world to low penect blias of another
Jaes wa aiartua raal,-aged abootj
In vpr. fa the dptth nf tKia
yoong; gtrK how lru!T oy it JI
Lid. -Dethl6Ve. a.Iinin JLCZ'i
ivoreiy in pcrwun, gentle, renol aad
afiettiobate, Wse
was indeed the
bright oolf ot a charmed circle,
sheddiof jy od gladoeat on all
around her. titer character wm p
rrted and msde tl(l wore lovely by
the grace of God wfiose child she
was, and whom he earaefetly tried
to serve, having ccftmected herself
about a year ago with tre church at
Chestnut Ridge. Seldoto has death
chosen a lovelier victiot. On a day
"so calm, so . lair, so bright," when
the earth was Hooded with its ten
(her right and beauty, this fait young
flower wt3 Vailed away ic&tn earth
to unfold 'its beauteous revea in
Heaven, ibat. beauirful wotM whe
lovelinert and frplrador nhe heart of
man cannot, conceive. Sorely wj
can hardly acorn to spare hery yet,
except for otir own loan, why should
we mourn the dear departed. Far'e
Well sweet Lola, we shall see thy
pure face on earth no more the
bright eternal gates have forever
closed alter thee.
"Why across
the cold,, dim ehtirch-
yard, ;
Flits our vision of
dVspair?
Seated on the tomb,
aith's angel saith,
She is not the
"VY here then i she f wit the Savior,
Blest, forever bl st is she ;
With the purified and sainted,
Who have heard II is 'Come unto me.'
B. E. E.
REMOVAL !
I take this means of informing my
friends, customers and the public,
that I have moved my
D R U G STO RE
to the new storehouse on Churton
street, opposite Parks' and north of
Jones' store. Call and see me at
my new place of business, and I will
do my best to please you. Thank
ful for past patronage, I am, very re
spectfully, W. A. HAYES,
Druggist.
Don't forget Where Frank the
Barber stays. Look for him.
C
A L E S p A K,
FALL TBRM, 1883,
OIL4NGJS SUPERIOR COURT.
Saturday, Oct. 6th.
13. Cole vs. Cole.
17. Watson vs. L. Lloyd.
27. Howard vs. Crawford.
35. Morris vs. Morris.
Monday, Oct. 8lhi
9. Branton vs. O'Briant.
12. W.-Jones vs. Southgate.
16. Reneher vs. Andersod. '
19. Seal v. Joyner;
Tuesday, Oct. 9th.
20. Stanly tS: R. A D. R. IL Cor
23. Hutchins vs. "
28. Turner vs. u M 4
29Bradsher vs. ' " u
39. Williams vs. Carrol:
43. Parker vs. Berry.
Any case not reached on the appoint
ed day goes over to be called in order
on the next day, and in precedence of
cases set for next day unless otherwise
ordered by the Court Witnesses al
lowed pay for" attendance from the day
cases are set for trial until the case is
disposed of, unless otherwise ordered.
XAMES Ci MacRAE,
Judge Presiding.
WALL. lA.IBtti
-IECORATE AND BKAtTTIFY
u ;
YOUR IHMB8 OFflCES, Ac.
Quaint, RarVand Curious Papers by
Eminent Decorative Artists.
Oloso flfirurcMei irlvn on
lorc Contracts.
I f you intend to sell your houe, pSpef
it, as it will brjng from $2000 to $3000
more after having been Papered.
Samples and Book on Decorations
mailed free. Agents wanted.
H. BARTHOLOMAE fc CO.,
Makers and Importers,
124 A 126 W. 33d Street,
Near Broadway, N. T.
f nates, aa
"T -Tp Q rTI not, life Is sweeping by.
XV-lliOX go and dare before you
die. something Xdghty and sublime
leave behind to Smer time.
week in your trtn town. $5 ontot trer
thlof. Marrr ere SEdins fovtone. L-
I M ITU uas - - m w - - J
dies make m cJtscfc as siett. Cad boys
! twi AAm rnttt n-A it
you- want Dtsnress ax wnietr ton can
make grest pay all th tbxSe, write for
parti CfJiars to FJ. Hallsttt A Co-, Port-
hmd, Maine. X
Kill
ICHMONP
.'H.I.E It.
N. C. liivisios.
COXhENSRH SCHEDULE.
ThiIn omg Nokth.
laiiy IHily.
Vi V". " ?? lm
Z fz
-Vn ptn
n.W pin
T il pn
M pm
i
Ar. GrrctilorM 7.i .-.t
l.v. trre iiiro IU.lt tu
Ar. lltUshoro l.'.2.lpm
Ar. luiii.aai 1.04 pm
Ar. Kaletgit 2.2i pro
Lv. Kaleigh a.UUpoi
Ar. i'ddUr" m a.jDpiu
No 15 tiilv. except Mtliday.
1 avc tt eeri!n- 4.;W p. ro.
Arrie at JU'ci-li 1 M j,. m
Arrive (lold.Mxjro D.ij ;4r m.
No 51 Couuecu at IJi e nlohi with
K. I). li. H. lor alt ioinu- North. M:i?,
and est of lhiovi.le. At Ht.'.iurv
wi;h W. N. C. J. fr all ifvit. tii
Wt-teru Noitii CaroMna. Al Ui.ldst4ro.
vm'jIi W. A W. R.. dily. N.il
an t 53 coi.iicct ut inenlj: Vvuh K.
& l. IL JI. and lor all polnHon Salem
BraiivU.
TuAiss Gmx sm-fir.
Jate, Sep. 16, J ' NV. h i OV. M
I i.t.tyv Uwi).
Ar. Goldsboro 10.00 am 4
A r. Raleigh 1 2.20 pin i
r- " 3.35 orri 1
r. Durham 4.49 dim
Ar. Hillsboro 5.28 pm
A r. Greensboro 7.40 pm I
Lv. Greensboro 10.05 )tA 10.10 urn
T. II igu I'omt JQ.41 Dta I 10 4. am
A r. Salisbury 12,00 n't I litnlnni
Ar. Charlotte 1.50 am I 1.5(1 .
i .
No. 16 Daily, except Sunday.
Iave Goldsboro 1.30 p.m.
Arrive Raleigh 5.50 p. m.
Ieave Raleigu C.15 p. in.
Ar. Greensboro 2.20 a. m.
No. 50 Connects at Salisbury lor all
points on the . N. C. R. R., and at
Charlotte with A. A X. Air-line lor all
joints in the South. and Southwest.
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with
C, C. & A. R. R. tor all points South
aim rxmiiicasi. anu witn a. iV C. Air
Line for all points South.
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
jINO SOUTH.
j hally
43
No. 52.
Daily.
j ex. Sun.
Lv. Greensboro 10.15 im I 10.21 am
4
Ar. Keinersville 11.0 pm II.. "10 am.
Ar. Sab m ! 2.00 n't ! l.'.Ol ion
Going East.
I No;5i.
j Daily ex. No; XI.
I Sunday. Dailv.
Leave Salem
Ar. Kerneisville
Ar. Greensboro
5.40 pin
0.20 pm
7.30 pm
5.3o ain
0.05 um
7.10 am
Pullman Si i ki-ini; Caks Without
t'll.VMIK
on trains 50 and 51, letween New York
aml.Moutgoinery. ami betwvefebRaFaigh
and Old F.-ri.
OntiahiH. and 5fv bfefWeeii Wji-h-
inglon and Augusta, and Danville aiel
Richmond, and CluruUte and Mont
gomery.
idEr I hrough i leltbts on sa'.e at Greens
boro, Raleigh, Golstoro. S:ilishnrv and
Charlotte for all points Sotith. South-
west. VM'.-t, Nrrth ami Eaftt. For Eiui-
sas aiid tlie Southwest address
M. SLAUGHTER.
Gen. P:isenger Agent, Richmond, Va.
T. M. R. TAi.cort,
Gen. Manager, Richmond, Va.
f). M laws.
O. LAWS.
LA W S
1
FUHNITUHK HOUHE.
HILLSBORO, NC)c.
Laxc Cunfrcttoncry SUnul.
We leave the pleasure of lutorroing
our friends and the public that we are
now prepared to furnish theln with the
latest Styles and Design ot
F U R 1 T U R K
MatiUfiictureil in a Substantial Manner
and !ovcr in. Price, than rver liefore
ott'erl-d in IIillb.ro. We Hr al pre
pared to Repair at Short Notice, Furni
ture of al! kinds in a Durable Manner
and at Botuu Price.
UNDER T A K I N G
iu all its braiu hes. Full Line of Col
lins, Case. A.. QTlatron will -Iunilh4'l
with a Hearse fre ol charge.
l!.. !:ig yoti will i-.i I ami exaiuiu
our Goi and Prices before pnrcln-ii:
eli!ewliere. we jre,
ReseiU'ulIv vour.
"D. M. AG. LAWS.
FALL AIN1 WINTER
' MILLINER Y- GOODS.
-r-;
M'
RS. M A'rn K T A Y LOR.
MILLINER HILLSBORO, N C;
U re-eirotl a large. clcit and rt.iu
plete Stock of Full and Ti Inter Mil
lln.rv flfb'a. Luliei' Dfc- Trifumni!:
te., Ac. Jf.vVKMlY ryiUh. l.-ap
NOTIOS"a full lint-.
CCall and examine otif Gw-H, and
we will do our beat to ple.te you.
OSOO REWARD 1
tft fH iW mt" ' nmmt 4 f rm ' l-r (-
kM WTtl m i vtynamf u ww mr
jam c. uesT co. ju .. cvkr-
4jfT C A week made at home by the
l ifHltttrioiM. Bet buIue
R
now before the pbUic. Capital not! By vlrtne ! a mortgage ! -
needed. We wIM rt-irt you Men, wo ! me br Jo-ph S. Latin and hi r
ntert, boy and Sflrl anterl eer where ! Latta, and duly regirt-t. I t t
W w or a iui . jium - i lie iiiur. u
can work In rjfsrre time, or give your
whole time to the biuinf. NonCh-r
bxrf4ie will par you nearly at, well.
Kc? one can tall (a make emonaom pay
By engaging at once. CoUy outfit and
term tree. Hooey maoe zaac, eatny
aad honorably. Add res Tacit aX Co.,
itugusU, Uarmv
3 IE
v
CHICA(
.1. L STOVE. Si.it.. A-em . .
da.- Air. -ot f..r New England V. no
ai l .' M ei'Ii uiical Ornim-rtes. is ; y
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