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SUtai JtA N I : riH.'XTY OP..-ERVEIL"' II I L LSB O liUU G II . X . C . TjiiTl. .SATURDAY. - JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor aiu Proprietor. ( Entered at the Post Office at Hills ,2 borough, N. C, as second class . matter. 1 -- j fry, 1 7YZ PENSION ACT. Section 1. There shall be raid out of the Treasury of the State of North Carolina on the warrant of the Auditor, the dim of thirty dol lars annually to evyy person who is and shall be a resident of this State, who lost a leg, an eye cr an arm, or " 11 ; " ' , , r uru I ior uianuai laoor y reason 01 a wound received while in the dis charge of his duty as a soldier or sailor of North Carolina in the ser vice of the Confederate States of A 1 - .1 t ivrnenca iunnr ine war tjeiwecn the States ; 7 fouled, I lie f;aid per- t-on t-hall own less than five hundred i dollars' worth of property listed for taxation. Sec. 2. That the provisions of this ul shall apply to the widow (re maining nnmarned) of any deceased oflicer soldier or sailor, who lost his life while a citizen of this Slate and in the military service ot the State or Confederate Slates during the late war between the States : and Mich w'nlow shall be entitled to the benefits and subject to the restric tions and limitations of this act in like manner as tfie disabled oflicers, soldiers andsailoca herein mentioned. Ah there has bceu some doubt, as to whether a widow whose husband died of disease in the late war would be entitled to the benefits of the act, we publish' the above sections of tlu act to show that they too will receive the pension. WTe fear the number of pensioners will be st much larger than the Legislature estimated, that the amount to each will be but small. The case of T. J. Cluverius, convicted of murder of Lillian Mad ison, was up again last Tuesday in the Hustings Court, at Riehrnoud, on motion for an arrest of judgment, but the hearing was postponed until Friday tho 10th instant, the counsel for the prisoner not having finished tho examination of the record in the case. Tiieie was an immense crowd present in anticipation of the pro nouncing ot the death sentence and scenes incident thereto. Ex.Gov. Jarvis was entertain ed at an elaborate banquet at Nor folk, Va. He and his family sailed 1rom Newport News, Va , for Rio Janeiro on Saturday, June l'Uh. Foraker has been nominated for 'Governor by tho Republican Con ention of Ohio. Geu. (Irani has gone to Mt. McGregor, X. Y. lie is again in a critical condition. Cleveland has refused to ap point any of his relatives to ofliee. Tjii; Doctou's Last Haity Ri:soi;t. . Evansville, Ind , Jan. 11, 1SS2. I recently htd a very difficult case of Consumption. I treated it in the ! 11 1 ...v,..i. .-in muio I'i.wiiivi j'oaioic, DUl ! ""'c nit; uv: mi Illy J1IUUS. X IllS to no effect ; patient grew gradually j medicine is bringing me out of the worse. Rather than give up, and i greatest trial of my life, and I can as a last losort, I deided, much not find words sufficient to express ngair.M my wish, to use a remedy ! my appreciation of its virtues, and that had cured one of my former ; the gratitude I feel that I ever heard patients. Gieaily to Kiy surprise, ! ol it. the patient began to gain," and in aj PETER E. LOVE, much shorter time than I dared to, . . Augusta Ga. ever expect, stie was completely; cured. 1 m name ot tins remark-; . Svvitt s. Specific is entirely veeta able remedy is Dr. Kings New'bk. Treatise on Blood and Skin Discovery lor Consumption. I now Diseases mailed treo. use it altogether in my practice. j The Swift Specific Co., Drawer J.cadix.j JI. J)., J-Scitugvilk. ' - i 3, Atlanta, Ga. . ; HILLSBORO MARKET. Corrected Weekly Beeswax, - Butter, Chickens, C'olfee, Corn, Seed Cotton, E"rs.- Flour, per barrel, Lard, or. li) to 41 0 If, to 05 '10 to 17 v;- - o . IO TO '" ; 10 Lime, rock, S1.00 to S1.75 ! Meal, SO ! Molasses, Oats, Salt, Sugar Svrup Wheat, 10 to DO C .l i to 0 '2b to no 81.00 For -.e Observer. LAMhYlLLE, N. C, June '2. 2Irs Editor : As it has becu some time since I wrote you, I will tell you whst the . gns of the times are. Our school dosed at Union Acad- emy on th K.'na uay 01 My. xi, was iuuhiil: at mat huj, . , been wet ever s nee until June 1st. When I wrote for your paper last 1 told you thai I was 12 years old,', now I can say that I am 1J, and j papa has. put me to ploughing in the crop to-day. Corn, cotton and to bacco have an even start with the grass, and all grow finely together. Wheat is novrnore than half as good as it was last year. Gardens are I looking well. I will tell you about some bees : As I was ploughing near the hives I j w' saA' a swarm come out and pitch up in the top of a tree, and papa was j inga sack to lake up the tree, j isaid he was coiner to put the fixing slid said lie was com'' to 1 bees in the sack and bring thesn down and pour them in the gum Just as he not fixed to go up the tree, the swarm came off ot the treo and pitched on the ground near pa's feet, and he placed the gum over the .r. v,;.. home. J. M. ATW Alrin THE NEW SCHOOL LAW. The law now requires that ele mentary Physiology and Hygiene 1 shall be taugh'l in our public schools. i'iv..i orn r.t vn,,,,,-,.,! i, ,.v aniiried on these branches until next ah ..Q,.,r v,.i . vLoii posted would do welljo read up on these studies. The -State Board of Education have recommended Steel's Hygienic Physiology (abj i!ed.) tlwo t ,wtvi' ,j 110b , I The pihli.-hei s, A. S. Lames & C, Nciw yolk 'will funijsh the book at introduction price, (-10 cents) untiLJanuary 1st, 1886. J. L. CURRIE, County Superintendent. Great distress for the want of food threatens the people ot the bor der counties in ' southwest Virgins. The corn supply, which is their main support, is almost exhausted and is selling at $2 per bushel ; and the wheal crop, now nearly ready for harvest, is so meagre that it will af ford but little relief. These are tli couuties that suffered so heavily fiomthc drought and scourge last vear. METAL -POISON. I am a coppersmith by trade, and during a series of years my arms (being bare when at work) have ab sorbed a wonderful amount of metal poison. Having a scrofulous tend ency from my youth, the small par ticles of copper and brass would get into the sores, and by this process the poison was conveyed into my blood till my whole sysJtem became infected. 1 was treated with the old remedies of "mercury and iodide potassium. Salivation folio wed, my lecth are all Loose in my head, tny digestive organs deranged, and I have been helpless in bed lor over a year with mercurial rheumatism. My joints were all swollen, and I lost the use of m' arms and legs, and became helpless as an infant. My sutlerings became so intense j that it was impossible for me to rest. The doctors advised me to go to the city hospital for treatment. This I could not bear. A friend, who has proved a friend indeed, urged me to try Swift's Specific, believing it would cure me. Others discouraged me, but I secured a few bottles, and have now taken two dozen bottles. The first effect ot the medicine was to bring the poison to the surface, and I broke out all over in running sores. They soon disappeared, and my skin cleared off. My knees, which had become twice their natu ral size-, have resumed their usual size, and are supple as of yore. My : arms and hands are all right again, and can use them without pain. The entire disease has left all parts of the body save two ulcers on jny wrists, ...1. .U 1 . . I 1 . " -r wiocu aiu ueMing rapidly. 1 am weak trom long confinement, but 1 1 Jan. y, 1?S). J The total cost of tta Cluverius i will ba more than 80.000. and Rich. ! mond will have to npy it. S. E. P.eeder, Reeder's Mills, Ala , says : 1 am entirely cured ot head- acne nY lhe use of Dr. Clark's Blood and Liver Pills, and will never be w,uOUt' them in my family again, For sale by W. A. Hayes. Seventeen vear locusts have made their api)earance in Michigan and ; Iudiana Mrs. R. II. Bolincer, Cook Stand, Ala., says : I have used Ra raon's Nerve aud Bone Oil on a very painful and swollen ankle, and it did me moro good lhau anything 1 ever used. It ejected a cure in a very short time. For sale bv W. A. 'Haver,. STATE NEWS. The State Press Association is in n at fcmiftaville. Rc v. L.' IL Gibbons, of the North J Carolina Conference, is dead. I Chal,am conntv rejected the new , i,. rt , .1 nmw laiitl. Dr. P. B. Haywood, of Raleigh, had a panial stroke of paralys'S last Sunday nigni. The Randleman cotton factory, in Randolph county, was partly do- j -a I Loss 815,000. Seven hundred hands thrown out of employment. The office of the internal revenue for the 5th North Carolina District as opened in Reidsville, -d inst. ! Col. A. J. Boyd, collector; 11. A Dwi re, chief clerk; S. II. b'vd cashier. .1 he other clerKS are Ster ling kufhn, R. M. B. hlim-on, C II. RVd, II. Overman and Maj. Jas. SUan Fayetteville Observer: Sentence of death was pronounced on Friday last by Judge Avery, on MclSeill, Gee and Howard, all jf whom are doomed to pay the extreme penalty of the law on the 25th of July. uThe way of tho transgressor is hard." We have not hearfwhether the executin is to be public or prif vate. We hope the latter. Charlotte Democrat .The Trus tees of the "University postponed the election of the new Professors, at their meeting at Chapel Hill last week. There will be a ppecial meeting held for that purpose, per haps in Raleigh. There are about 300 applications they are lrorn far and near Athens, Berlin, New Mexico, and 34 States aud Territo ries in the United States. Raleigh Chronicle : Henry Davis, one of the colored men who were lynched, yoa know, at Clayton last Christmas eve, arrived in Raleigh yesterday eveniDg. Henry must have been to a very cold place since he was lynched as his toes are frozen off. lie is otherwise rather badly used up, but of all the miraculous tales you ever heard Henry tells them in connection with the lynch ing at Clayton. ' Durham Reporter : The chief en gineer of the R. & D. R. R. Co., Mr. Boyden, is now in Person coun ty with a view of extending the Mil ton and Roxboro narrow gauge R. R. from Milton to Roxboro. The survey will commence next week. We are yjad to know that our-fer-son friends are at last to have a li. R., but we think it would be much better for them if the road were to extend to Durham. Air. Jol n A. Cheatham was mur dered'in his store at Raleigh on the night ot June 10th, by a man named William Gooch. His brother, Air. James Cheatham, in trying to part them, was stabbed dangerously by another man named James Smith. The murderers were drinking. The assault grew out of a disputed ac count. Smith was arrested the same night, but Gooch was not captured until the 13th, when he was arrested near Durham by Sheriff Markham. Raleigh Visitor : To-day George V. Strong and A. M. Lewis, Esqs , attorneys for those who oppose the no-fence law, sued out a summons before Charles D. TJpchurch, Clerk of the Superior Court of Wnke couuty, returnable at the August term next, against the Board of Commissioners of Wake county. We understand that counsel for plaintiffs will at once seek to obtain an injunction restraining the defend ants from building the fence around the couuty unlil the constitutionality of the act can be passed upon by ihe courts. Ramon's Relict stops pain in stantly, cures diarrhoea, cramps and pains in the bowels. Never fails to euro colic in horses. For 6ale by W. A. Haves. - NEW GOODS AT TAYLOR Jt IYItlII- We are constantly receiving a fresh supply of FAMILY GROCERIES, which prices we offer at rock bottom Also a general lino of TAr uu GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &c. Call and examine our Stock be fore going elsewhere. We will tke pleasure in showing you our goods. Your friends, TAYLOR & PARISH, Bekf.y Buiuuxg, Opposite the Town Pump. To my yoitny counlryiccviiu . Be you slow to auger, swill 10 forgive, and hold last the charity that raises the lowly, with the eelf respect that stoops not haughty. .Dam. lhit at nnna not tO me Mr. William Maynor is in jail at Durham upon a charge of commit ting rape upon his daughter. Fortunes for Farmers axd ' Mechanics. Thousands of dollars can be saved 1)v usi1 proper judgment in taking eare ot the health tT yourself and family. If you are Bilious, hve sal low complexion, poor appetite, low and depressed spirits, and generally debilitated, do ot delay a moment, but co at once and procure a bottle ot those wouderful Electric Bitters, which never fail to cure, and that for the trifling sum ot fifty cents. Trib&e. Sold bv all elruggists at 50 cents. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S ALE OF LAND. By virtue of an order of the Superior Court ot Orange County d rected to me as Commissioner in the rase of Thomas I). Tinnin, Administrator of Doe. Mer lilt vs Madison Xunu and other. 1 wi' sell to the highest biJder at puMic auc tion, at the trt house dnvir 111 I 111 is horo. on Mond.iv the Glh day of .Inly 18S". certain tract ot i.md in Orange vounty 011 the waters of New Hope creek, hounded as follows : On the South and West bv lands ot James II Patterson, on the North bv the Ilills- boro and Fayetteville road. u: on the East hy the hmd- ot .TaYnrs L. Burnett, containing 0" acres, more or less. Terms : One-third cash, balance in 6 months with interest on deferred pay ment ; title reseivcl until purchase money is paid. This 14 day of Jmp. 1-WS.". hi os. i. Ti. rs 1 x. Administrator of Doc. Menitt. Sll.IlNii- te SU3I3IEU MILLINERY GOODS. T L K VEKY LATEST STALES ! Ji 3 . y A T T I i: T A Y L O 11 , MILLINER HILLSBORO, N. C, Is VoceTung her Spring and Summer MiUiiu'iy Goods, lie.. &(. .JKWELKY pictrv ami cheap. NO TIONS a complete! line. HFTTEUICK PATTERNS on hand or ordeied for customers. T 11 rsr I KK THE OCCASION OF moving ino (Air NEW STOKE to return thanks to our fiiends loi their very liberal patronage in the past, and hope to merit and icceive a gi eater share in the future. We are just receiving a very se I eel Slock of iALL a:ni winter which you will find on inspection .very cheap. Wre invite your special attention to FARMERS FRIEND GUANO, TENNESSEE WAGONS AND UNION GRAIN DRILL. The only Drill with a real FORCE FEED FERTILIZER ATTACH MENT, on the market. Come and see us, and if yoa do not find something to suit you COME AGAIN JAS. WEBB, JR. & BRO. Jko. W. Guaham. Tiios. Rltfin. RAH AM & RUFEIN, ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, IIILLSUODO, N. C. Practices in the Counties of Ala mance, Caswell, Durham, fiuillord, Rockingham, Person and Orange. T STKUv W C. STKONACH & CO V : '4&i -wrS & ur' lira REGULAR SALE PAYS-TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, i'HUUSDAY i FRIDAY After v O'H'iif.j the old Par-eer Warehouse, on the -2."th day ot Sep:.-:;.!,.-.. lSSt hr the tiivt silo of Lcat Tniu.ro in K.d b. we found that .Raloi-h. u Tohac o Market, was an etV;Mu-d fact, and at. once U-g:n. to look aioun ! more conimodious ijuai r. rs. Ila in-purchased the lot No. . W ilmin ulna we at on.e contracted with ih- Noiiji Carolina Car Company tot the n.o. i.i:. new U aiehoit.-e which thev l.:ne jult linih. d, ami whi-h oj ei.. d to! 1 1.. time 'U Wdnesdav. the l."th dav of April. We are now prepnreil loh.m i 1, t!a. co. as we hope, to the n Ivajitair-' ot otir rarmer f rien s aiid o,i: . We have a lull corps V.f competent ( leiks and Employees, good -h-epi:. excellent stali!e. and water on the. premises. We promise mi a coo.i li:...- , r .nun! i.rii-es for vonr Tohacco. " There are maiiv ijood reasons v.Hy yoM should brinr your Le t 10?; ,,, We liave an e iei" or, ps ot buvers with ample capital to handle lii - crop ot the State ii necessary. Our "loeery. tlry-omls and hardware .-tor, eoni'dete stocks of i;oods at pries w hich defy competition. We have lim, the best hanks in ti7e State, if you whdi to .leposit your money yen c i i;..; with more satet an v w here tha heve. We have good mails leading i:;t City, the bet water "in the -world after yo get here. All ot th:- we f.1,1 ,!:.-;.. tiate it you will give us a trial. , - . Liberal advances made on consignments, and Tohacco sold strictly ua .! r ; strilctious of coniguor. Empty liog-heads and boxc eni lice ottiv:ght t- j ties wishing to ship m. V have Immmi very successful in "ohiaining gou.! j :; . for Tobacco and believe we have given satisfaction to our cutoinei. 1 HAVE AGAIN ACCEPTED THE AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF KSTAK 15'"aCVjNTI,' it;c;ial 'I'obtK'co ?:iiituo. CROPS IIAISED WITH IT BUING BIG PRICES IN ALL Til E M.MIKKT j OF VIRGINIA A) NORTH CAROLINA. The demand for Fine Tobacco is greater than ifie supply, and will ci.n. tinue to be so ; therefore, every plju.ver slirdd endeavor i. gow as mint, first-grade Tobacco as possible, and in order to x1t that, the most impor tant thing is to select a good fertiliser ami ue it liberally and w ith j i;.!g inent. Sixteen years' use has shown that the S T A n S P E C I A L T O B is certain 'to produce a fine crop crops of fine Tobacco, but it chu.-s ly, mature early, and .yellow f.j.the, hill. I COMMENCED WITH ONE TON. LAST YEAR 1 SOLD ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY TONS! IT TVlrL AT TT 1 1 : 2I10A1). t THE LIGHTllUNNING DOMES T I f. for Sale by T C. ELLIS, Cbdar G occupied teniiory. Additss Dome iwichmond, Va. O T i c j ; Uy virtue of a deed of moi t-ave evo-e-uted to me on the iifnl; daV ot Kehi-ii-aty 1S..J. hy tlie late S:imuH JL U,eee :tn;l hh wnv. Mury A. Rree,e. for . er tain purposes therein im-iuimit I will sel tor cah at the court house donf in iiiusooio. on .Saturday the iiifi, June, !.. the Un,:t u 1;1m1 wiief,,(,n the said IS.tuuel R. peee livl :llid 1 died, situa ed on the waters of Kini in..., lww- - " : iiver in orao-e , tl,iniv. adjf.iuiu- the I Ohis heirs, northwest of Mr. P. li. i lands of W.W .. i." . . : r,,. t ... !,-.-: r-meriine Lo.-ki;.:H ;ii,d ot!,,.,,. audi outaiiiinKtv.o!l(v!r.-do,,di,h-iwf"ur! acres, more or 1. .... , I gajre and cost. ' iin;i 1- lss.-j. v. . I I H'I5IX. h3',uEA3 CATTLE POWC p-.. .. vsr,??r, tT fori bow everrwhf-r Ii Ik CAVXDB. FOIT2. Proprietor. "tALTlllOBE.MD. A.V Alt IOIIOTTS Proprietors, Raleigh, X. c Ji 11 A N 1) " M A N U R E A C J O of Tobacco It not only make the crop to stail quickly, gi w iai 0. M PARKS, Ilihi.snotio, N. 1 This cut shows tho .Yew S'v'c of Wood-work that 1 l.e ( ', ie ; n: V is now iut 1 oducinr. ARTISTICALLY BKAF Tli'TL. WITHOUT A l'EEi: IN ITS MKCMANICAL ( N S1RUCTION IT HAS NO RIVAL. The new line of At la- nnn 'i.t? that are now being placed each "Domestic" are specials ie. No other machine ha- 5 ('.. These Attachments and the NrW Wood work make tin "D.iiaM in" more than ever, without 'j' ' lion, THE ACKNOWLEDGED r i M ARD OF KXCELLENC V. rove N. C. Agents wanted i a i.i'- ai:v, inesliu Sewing Machine Cn O ALE Ol' TOWN- LOIS : o : TAXES. On Monday, July (Jth. ls:,. I v. ii! -' il to the highest bidder at public ;.u '" at the, court house door iu 1 1 i 1 1 - one town lot North ot Mr. P. J' fin's containing one acre, more ot I n the nroneriy of Isaac JL Stravh'-ri'i. JSule is made to tatisiv town taxe-kr 188 and :o j;av all cos'ts. Also, the town lot belonging t" l!l ' l? satbty town taxes for' 1SL und 1 This 1st .hr nf .T.. isr. w -' j DEVEREL'X TURN EH- Town '' A. W. GRAHAM, ATTOR N E Y- AT- LA W IIlI.L-SllOllO, N. C. Praetii-eg in Counties of Oran bam. Pei sou. Granviile and f a I;;r .pRIVATE BOARDING HOf.-K- The undersigned can acceiuui" several person, -with good table hoarJ and eo:nf,rtahle rooiu When y.a come to Ilillshoro, cull on me, and.' will endeavor to make vou comt'oru- at a small eo,t. ' - MRS. PR ISC ILL A POULb b. XL t 1 i. i. 1 I.