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ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER.
I hTlLSBOROUGH, N. C. August 14, 1886. ' SATURDAY. - - - JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Post Office at Hills borough, N. C, as second claps matter.! The Congressional Conven- lion that met In ! Raleigh on Thurs day, August 5th, wan a very large tody ot fine looking men. Every county in the d.Ktiicl seemed to have htnt its very best uieu to Ral-i eigh on that .occasion. At 2 p. in., whenthat gallant sou ot Old Or ange Capt E. J. Parnsh, Chair man ol the Coiresjiiot al Executive Committeecalle J the Couvunlion to ordei, Metropolitan Hall was well filled with Democrata. Mr. H. A. London, id Chatham, was elected permanent chairman, aud our friend Mr. Merrill Cheek, ol Chapel Hill, one ot the vice-presidents. The candidates haviug been placed in nomination Gen. Cox by T. Ii. Wouiaek ; Major Johu W.Graham by Caj.i. E. J. Parriah ; Capt. Cbas. M. Cooke oy Hou. Jos. J. Davis ; Mr. J. II. Abell by John Gulling, i , Capt. JBenj! II. liunn by spier V hitaker, h,sq:t and the ' nominations seconded by Herbert E. N orris tor Gen. Cox ; Mr. J. J. Jenkins and Col. T. C. Fuller lor Capt. Cooke ; Fred. N. Stru t wick, E , lor Major Graham; E. W. Pou tor Mr. Abell ; A. W. Bridgets lor Capt. Bonn the Convention proceeded to ballot, with the follow ing retsult : Cooke, S7 7-12; Bunn, 04 7-12 ; Cox CO 13 ; Graham, 98 1-2 ; Abell, 50. There was no ma terial change until the 196th ballot when Geu. Cox appeared in person and withdrew his name. On the 211th ballot Capt. Cooke withdrew his name, and before iho vote was announced, Capt. Bunn moved that the nomination ol JMaj Graham bo made unanimous. Adopted. The 211ih ballot was: Graham 201 1-2, Bunn 177 1 2. Maj. Graham in a short ppcech accepted the Domina tion. Aftvr adopting resolutions endorsing Prcfcident Cleveland and Gov. Scales, and legrelting the death of Hon. Samuel J. TiiJeu, the Con vention adjourned. non. oamuer o. iinien uiea at Gie)htone, his lesidenco on the Hudson, at S:45, a. tn. Aug. 4th. His tuncial look place Saturday, .md was atlemled by 1 resident j scrapers or other tools for the use of the Cleveland, a portion ot his Cabinet ' 'litriet. Shall take receipts from ach i I , .. .. . . , I supervisor tor the tools delivered to and a la. ge number of distinguished 1)im Hlul the supervisor shall be respon- gentlcmen from arious portions ot j'ble for them ami make a report annu- ,i , , . . Millv ot their condition.. the country. A great man has l7. Tlu. commissioners and )ajscil aw ay. j Board of .Justices of the Peace author "., ! ized to levy a tax of not les than 7 nor lhe 1 icsident has appomled ; mote than 20 cents on each $100 worth George A. .looks, ot -Peunsv U ania. i ol" properly to be applied to working , "v. t( be Solicitor (ieneial KXCITKMENT IN TEXAS Great excitement has heeu caused .. , . r,, . . lhe vH-uun ot ia. is, lex., by lhe in lemarkalde iecoer ot Mr. .1. E. Corley, who was fo helpless he could'not tmn n. bed or mtn b.- it i . i "J', ' body Jy oi v ' ' is 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 . trial bottle oijeach stand l'r. Kinos New l)iscoeiy was scol him. Finding rebel, be bought a !,... i .. i'. .. I - u. .New Lite I'll If ... . u i i ; by the t:me he had es id l'uU and two l Ki o l v i ImXt'S bojllcis d lhe l):covt?iv, he was wc.l and i a 1 gamed in tlob thirty. m, ,....,,,.1. Thai n.... . ih.. Great D.'uiy tor Consumptiau tree at all drug sLs. Tho r.p;,coj.al Church is taking lor Ibc eslabh.sb.nent of ai or- ' a" Ul Ml' phntiage at ChailoUc for thildnm of this dioct se. lllLLSBOlip .MARKET. Cort ccted leoswax, BlltH'r, Chickens, Coffee. Corn. Seed Cotton, E'Jgs, Flour, per barrel, Lard, Lime, rock, Meal, Molasses, Oau, Salt, Sugar, Svrup. Wheat. Weekly. '20 io to i: 10 to lb 10 to lo 75 o .) 0 rd.OO to 85 50 10 , ' l"y 25 to 50 SYNOPSIS OF THE ROADs n Aurlj'aidoutbyactof assembly or any order of court declared tn hp. nnhlic road. Justices of the Peace in each town ship incorporated under the name ol Trustees in their respective townships, and the Magistrates incorporated under the name of Board ot Trustees of their respective townships and given lull su pervision and control of the roads ; and together with the County Commission ers to lav out new road. Sec. 2." Board of Trustees meet first Monday in May and November and as mn.-h oftener as they may find ueces- isary. Shnll keep a record ot their i meetings ana oe exempi irom iuc iuui i dv working the ioad. Shall examine I - - ... the condition of the roads at Most iwice a year and make reports to the Judge at the Spring and Fall terms of Supe rior Court, who shall transmit reports to the Solicitor with such instructions as he may deem proper. Every County Commissioner, Justice of the Peace. Board of Trustees, and Su pervisor who shall neglect or refuse to perform the duties enjoined by this act .-had 1 be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction shall he fined or Impris oned at the discretion of the Judge aud ic shall be the duty of the Solici tor to prosficute such offenses. Sec. 3. The Trustees shall during the month of May divide their respective townships into suitable road districts and annually make .uch alterations as they may deem proper and elect one supervisor for each, districts Eaehsu pvivisor who refuses or neglects to qualify and serve tJiall forfeit and pay the sura of $20 and eoU. Sec. 4. 1 he road-bed shall be not more than sixteen feet wi e unless the County Commissioners so order. The supervisors shall open, keep in repair and remove all obstructions from their respective roads ; and are authorized to enter upon adjoining lands, to cut and carry away timber, to use such gravel, sand or stone that maj-be necessary to make, improve or repair said roads, and to make such ditches and drains to cany the water to the neares; water course. Sec. 5. All able-bodied male persons. between the ages of IS and 4.) required t work four days in each year under the direction of the supervisor in their respective districts, except pel sons per manently disabled in the military ser vice of the State ; Provided, any person may pay to the supervisor $3 instead ol performing the four dayscwork. Sec. 0. Every supervisor shall order out the hands of his district between Feb. lt and Dee. 1st to work on the roa nd any person .-o ordered out nil sing to attend, or refusing to obey lie sunei visor, or spend hi time in idleness or inattention to th'du;ies a.--1. signed him, shall foreit and jay the-j sum ot f 1 lor e'aeh oltence, and tor fail- ure to attend shall pay and be guilty ot a misdemeanor and hned iujt more thaw $5, or imprisoned not more than tive davs. No person thall be released L trom worK on the road oy reason ot the failure of the .supervisor to order him out before Dec. l.t. Sec. 7. Any person having perlormed part of his work and then moved to an other district, shall be credited with the amount periormed. Sec. H. A day's work to be ten hours. Sec. J): The residence ot any person shall b- where his lamily resides, if he has a nun 11 v.. of any other pernon, where he boards. Sec. 10. Supervisors s!i:dl collect by suit or otherwise, all fines and forfeit ures herein provided for ; and they are required to prosecute all persons tailing to comply with the provisions of this act. Sec. 11. The supervisors shall expend the money collected in their' respective districts and render reports to the Hoard of Trustees Sec. 12. All money on hand at the end of the year to be paid over to his successor. - . . . .. . T bridges to. 14. Supervisor to put and keep up sign hoards. &c. Sec. 15. Misdemeanor to deface or tear down sign boards, &c. ;the. roads, to be collected as other taxes. Sec. m. The Chairman of the County Commissioners immediately after the ; levy of the tax shall give notice in the u"l,m; newspaper of the per centum on ea h hutidrcd dollars of valuation , determined upon and said tax may be j discharged by labor on the roads under : the direction of . the supervisors ot the ! rsil di.-ti lets, and shall make-out a i list of the names of ea j the amount of the road i list of the names of each taxpayer, of tax with which charged and transmit the le supervisor ot the proper . same to th lU1 ricts. Sec. 10 Any person charged withal ro:u tax mav discharge the same by I , Work ut th(. rate of ntf tk)Uar ier for which the supervisor shall given I supervisor shall give a ceititn te, which shall be received bv ... l. : ..... i . i , thy sheriff in -ettlpment of the road t ax r&x r ; rUrt.i and not hv the number of miles. Sec. 20. Any supervisor iiesleetinr his duty to be lined not less than $lo ,Kr more-than S0. StM'- 2L V W.ri on niiv road not laid mir ncfAr. mi anv road not laid out accord intr to law ec. 22. Supervisor taking timber, &c lrom road to give a certificate showing amount, time and purpose lor which taken. 23. Certificate to be pre-M ; t" t'ounty Com piisio tiers, who ii !;.: hall audit the same. Stc. 24. Supervisjpr to nM-eivo ' . " ; per day for time actually cui ' . ; road, thotiirli supervisor h.i:.:' than 25 hand shall receive not ru r. than $10, and one having m -re than " hands receive not more than The amount he owes for his 4 day labor to . i iU.iliii.rt.fl ! Sec. 25. Supervisor to have all c. structions removed at all tim1 of the and and the remv tSewfo? " railnAas! Jnl,rL.I; u..u... i SI 00 to 81.65 y'' ; ami it person performing the la-' tng as 1 have suffered. ; v oi-i ujj none more man ni nale ot tJie JOIIX R V oa . . - itu Mipervior u give urn cer- ,y v . . . oU lo 4o tiricate lo be applied on his tax i. r nei ,vilh L' Obiuehaiu, 0J year. t 'dot Point, 1 exas. Jan.r xu to Si. tin Jecs. jo.- 'z ana Keiate to r.V persons refusing to do so to be fined 5 00. Sec. 30. Railroads to keep road bed crossing its track in good order. Sec. 31. Provides for working roads which may be boundary line between counties, townships aud incorporated towns. The speeches of Capt. Lyon, of Durham, Capt. White and Mr. Sam. H. Webb, of Alamance, and F. N. Strudwick, Esq., of Orange, delivered in the Senate' chamber at Raleigh before a caucus of the Ala mance, Durham and Orange delega tions, bad the desired effect and ral lied the delegates to a firm stand lor the candidate ox their choice ; and wilh the nominating speech of Capt. t T..:.k a iV F-" i,.ir'ho semmded tho nomination of Major Graham belore the Cou- gretsional Convention, and with the large vote given by these counties on every ballot lor Major Graham, ..rd thfl nmninatinn Kot ,, tleman. All honor - AJflmance and Durham counties daughters of Old Oranjze. - In the Democratic Judicial Convention held at Durham ou the lusiaui, iur. j. a, jonir was I . nondnated for Solicitor on the fovirtb ballot. The first ballot tesnlied in at votes lor Long, 93 for Winston, 30 for Terry, 26 tor Boone, 50 lor orbis, &c There were 303 votes f?dA?? ?e,.eeaatire?tt0 e'!Ct AM tuc uiiu uaiiot an nai oeeu uroppeu I sav.. Winwtnn nd T.r,nrr On ',kai Klln tbo - W;no ii 10 37, Long 151 27-37. Mr. Loiig vuw f VfcW ObUUU f f I UOtUll lOl I was elected by less than tb lourths ot " a vole, un motion ol Mr. Wiuston, the nomination of Mr. Long was made unanimous. Gov. Scales has commuted the ueatu Oeute, co ui m uoocn aua .3 . i, xy ry . j v j james cmiiQ, oi naieign, to impris- oument lor iwentv years. Thev were to be hanged September lOlh for lhe murder of John A. Cheat-1 uaua Holden'has wiih- Ex-Governor arawn ironi tne rabtist church ai Street M. ii.. Church, South, at that p. ace last ounuay morning. i i ... i THE STATE FRTTTT FAIR. A special dispatch to the Raleigh ews and Oervef ' from Fayette- N vine, jn. u., Uaied Aug. 4, says : lhe State Uruit lyur opened to- dav under the mot tavnrah h nnsnw ,..,a QC ,.i,0, KiKit, anA ot. tendance. The spacious hall is fill ed with fruit, which is most tempt- ingly displayed, i he attendance at the opening These began exercises was large. at 10 o'clock. Hon. George M. Rose delivered an ad dress of welcome in behalf of -the people ot Fayetteville His remarks weie happy aud were appreciated! The response was by Prof. J. A Holmes, ot the University. At noon Capt. Octavius Coke de livered the annual address. Ii.was a line effort ; worthy ot such an ora I tor, and wan reeeiici with applause, long and loud. Lhe display of fruits, grapes, &c, ivl ltl llOii hooii uiit tuf larrra. ami beautitul. There are sixty txhibi- tors ot apples, peaches and pears, nity oi grapes, one nnndrea ot !fut in glass, nttyjtonr ot dried truit and thirty-eight ot flowera. It is impos- Rible todescr.be the effect ot this combined display. Everything ehown is of course choice, and there are really some phenomenal exhibits. Prominent horticulturists and- far mers trom all parts of the Stale are here, lhe display gives them spe cial satisfaction. THE BEST KHEUMATIC MED ICINE. Mr. J. W. Marshall, a merchant m llayneville, and 'veil known irr Houston county, Ga.; has this to say about the "best of all rh'eamatic: remedies MI have been a sufferer from then-J matism for "28 years; I am now sound and well; sir botifes of i Swift' Specific cured me. I write " r L ' ' I 1,1,8 ,u lbo hope that others. may profit by my experience." ANOTHER SUFFERER. i Bti years x W3s amiciea wun chronic rheumatism, pari ot the time i . .... r. i portectly helpless, n0t: bein' able to i tr ," leS was drawn backw ard until near - lv doqblcd. It had a Dumber oH running sores on it. Physicians i " j gave me no relief. I tried ; every" ! P ULUl meuicine recotmnended lor . )..i.nftlif.... t. 1 1 1 : but to no profit. At last I com j induced the use of Swif t's Specific , , . i. , r ; At hri it seemed lo osake me worse. -dy jeg wa much swollen, and I had physician to iat.ee ii. I. soon be - cm lo improve. Alter taking less j t: an a di 4cu b -ulcs of Swifispe-1 c.:ic. 1 foot d myselt sound and well!'. ",l i,v iU 'x -veur8- e AuaS was tive nion;!. ago ; 1 have felt no fmpioui oi me oisease jsince. i leheve Swifts Specific loM httit vl a. l rheu;catso remedies. made. I commend it to &ii who are suffer- 'ftftL. " Druuetst. ea.ea mailed free. Th. s.ii t Sn;fi r. tq o BLOOD AND MONEY. The blood of man has much to do iu shaping his actions during bis pil grimage through tbii troobletome world, regardless of the amount of present or expectant money in pock et or ttored away in bank. It i conceded fact tbat we appear as our blood makes as, and the purer the blood, the happier, healthier, ,pret- tier and wiser we are; hence the' oit repeated interrogatory, "bow U your blood?" With pure streams of life-giving fluid coursing through tour veins, bounding through our u a 1 l- .u u ,.,.. hearts and ploughing through oar pnysicai irames, our morau Decora better, our constitution stronger, our I intellectual faculties more acute and L.'mnrft.r aild mun. women and chil , u i.-.i.kr. mr umi W''. ovy The unprecedented demand, the unt.aralip.led curative nowers. and r - the unmistakable proof lrom thoAe 0f unimpeachable jcbaracter and in .:.k to B. B. B. Botanic . Blood Balm O ., - l5ir lue beat lhe cbapett the quickest aud the grandest aud most .mwerlul blood remedv ever belore known to mortal man, m the reliel! . . . ' e o . , iL nd DOBltlVe CUltt of Scrofula, RheU matinrn. Skin diseaaim. all Laiuta ol 1 f 7 I biood poison, Kidney complaints, I tarrh. etc. B. B. B. is only about three years olda baby iu age, a giant in power but. nn rnmniiv in Ainiria ian w make or ww haa ma,e 8Uch a won . . . db,tul B,1 er8 iu c""g nd entirely eradicating the above complaints, and gigantic sales iu the face ot lienzied opuosi Uon aud oM Moneyed monop- ""a"- htroduued : are iiourm? in uuon uk.I i .r-, a kihUi.m, i.. U ho.da-i .,ra..u Somu .r 7 r.- say they receive more .benefit Iroin ot B. B. B. than they have from twenty, thirty aud fifty and even one hundred bottles of a boas,u.a decoction of inert and non- medioinal roots ' and branches v cpmmou torest trees. We hold the proot in black and while, and we Ubjo hold lhe tori. I'oLiCKAiA-ti's Views. " Mrs. M. M. Prince, living at 38 West Fair Si., Atlanta, Ga., has beeir troubled for several mouths with an ugly form of catarrh, attend ed with a copious and ofteusivedis charge from both nostrils. Her svstem became so affected and reduced that she was confined to bed at my house for some time, nndj received the attention of three nhv r 8lCia8' atld U8.ed a doZen follies ot a" cieieijr auveruiseu oiooa remedy, an without toe least benefit. she finally commenced the use of -r? r n ..:.u , a . - u ,,u"" ment at once, and when ten bottles had been used, she was entirely , i-.i! r 4 . curtru ui mpvomii ui caLarrn. it gave ner an appetite, and in creased ner strengin rapidly and 1 .cheerful v recommend it a nnifdr and cheap tonio and Blood Puri6er. J. AV. Gloeb, Policeman. Atlanta, January 10, 1888. A BOOK OF WONDERS, FREE. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Ioisqns, Scrotula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcer, Sores, Rheuma tism, Kidney Complaints, Catarth, etc., can secure by mail, free, a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders, tilled with the most won derful and startling proof ever be toro known. Address, BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. "B. K B. for sale in Hillsborn ! V A" lla'e8' - !JNO - "-ham. by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Thos. Ruffin. ( 4KAllAM KUr FIN, - ATTORN LYS-AT-LAW, mi.i.snoHo. X. c. Practices in the Counties of Ala mance. Caswed, Durham, Guilford, Rockingham, Person and Orange. ! ) Ti. D. C. PARRIS, Pbactising Physician, HILLSBORO N. C. tSTOffiee in building north of court house, next door west ot post office, up rutins. jpEUAU GROVK ACADEMY j MALE AND FEMALE. ' Sessions open the Second Mondar in ' January and July of each year. Term ! Course, 112.50 to tlS.Ui 1 Music with se of Instrument, $15.0. Board per month, $8.00. W. T. SUTTOK, of Bertie Co., N. C. HABDWABK! H A K D W A E E!!! Before buying HARDWARE, GUNS, PISTOLS, P AINTS, OILS, VAKNISH. SASH. uuuito, dli.vw, ujii'o iww, FARMING TOOI. TIN WARE. Call and see us and examine our GOODS and PIIICES. STOVES aud PLOWS n Hiotntty. ''- . SUTTON A STRUDWICK, Tho Celebrated T. I. NI8KN WAGON, fiin tv i . Gko K. Nissen, SEN.) v.rVA1" I ISSEW. J Q-Q. E. "NISSEIlST. & m hfHii :i vb'ii iiii-'i iibi ai w-. own mill . umi nii!i .nU- tl- hi tor i - ---- - . u!y the he.M oik m IVniiM'Ivania , lienee; then it hein-' a -eltled .-tri ohai.er than anv one r. oualitv m - l;; b"yI" ir0,K We'are manufacturers agent I'm the wrought Nteel. p.-rtei-tlv webb-d. and cannot break. W make lhe only biakeou running gear that is worth hauling. rite tor prices, hverv a iron hearing our name i lull v warranted. ;K.0. K. NISSKN A CO.. Manufn tm, r. Sai.km. N. For snle at factory pi irei, treiyht added, by JOHN L MAHKHAM, Durham, X C. J AMKS li. MASON. ATTORN KY -AT-LWV. t:n iPKi. iiu.i.. n. i. Practices in the State and r'-dfral Courts. D U. WM. LYNCH, lKlNrri!SrI CHAPEL HILL. N. C, 0fl.Rrs hl ,roteOH;il TX.U .u fJl. people ot Orange and surioundini; -oun-; v- All operations HrfrnuMl in the I 2 iiMttr flliil l.r . stl-li. fn. I iwnw. KiO 1 1.. best material nsed i -r J"aLUABLE LAND FUK SALK I M The undersigned has about on hun dred and fifteen acres o! valuable land that he will sell cheap. A portion of tnt- w well, adapter! to gram ami clover, and balance is rtne tohaeeo lamb About 40 acres of the land i lieh cieared. All necessarv building for fanning purposes ; young orchard with , some 7o trees of best varieties. The ; land is well watered For full particulars, address R. c. IIILU Hillsboro. X. 0. XI FOR SAMPLK COPIKS. THEY COST XOTIILNG. Ttio Nowh t nd Ohser ver, liivleih, I. CJ. The lirgest. best and cheapest papr published in the State. Telegraph ic accounts of all interesting events from every part of the world. Full Market Report. A paper for every family. Established tf?2 nnd gets better every year. Send your name, Postofflee address and $2.00 for one year ; $1.01) lor 0 months. Every North Carolinian shoidd take it. The livesU most pro'res,ive'p"in V acticeft " iounlwiof Own . 'ur in (do it.t ham. Person, firaiivnl and ji.vimi. in theiState. THE WEEKLY NEWS-OBSER VKR. Raleigh, S. t;. J. D. WEBSTER, DKNTIfST, HILLSBORO, N. C. Office iti the large pkiib ot the Rerrv bnlldlne formerly occttplel by Dr. ii A. Robertson. All kiuU of de-ntal work promptly attended to. Charge moderate. fpURNIP SEED rUB SALE. Dr. Pride Jones. Clerk of the Superi or Cou i tot Orange County, says: "Jesse Ruffln, who ws trahieil by the I-te Judge Ruffin a a gaidencr. and who i particularly expert tn i.tvi!u garden and Other SHis. oflVrs for a.ilf jfil ol the White Norfolk Globe. Seren Tp and Blue Ton r Blue Skin Turnip. i - - . . - . . I ne seo Hit Kivru by Iilm-eit uu mnu . j selected rt,ot. ttke .pleasure iii re-- comniending hU nred. l have mUui on Uand a ne 101 oi ) i.Alerdeeft Tornip Serd. I can be Touwl t mv home one mue ; eat of IfilUboro in the Durham road ; or all orders add re--d to me t Hillj v receive prompt attentlun." boro ill receive promp W. W. Strodwick of Hilliboro. ' No II A. IX X W A. K E WOODEN WARE, Ac. fcc, Ao , Hii.inoKo, N. C. CO., SALKM, X. w:irii. : tin- iron U m;de 'M.-.-iulIv !: hit i a 1 1 111 i F' i. -! oil ' - - - the workmen have nati manjL vnus . xp. - tliMi wh luakr the best; weefm make it i.l - ivd ; our advantages are. sawing "MU iwt Thimble Skein ni:nl. being of Ui AV. T. Ui.ackwki.1m 11 evident. r. a. w ii.i.i, I a-b".er. TT1K J I A IN' IC OF I I J 1 1 1 A 31, D I'll II A.M, X. C , .U l.Y, 1H85. Thin Hink Offers 1 jycRT nc,lilTV n (URRESPOMlEm ,.,.: lrMInl,tlv oi. Dav ot : r " f'J J Payment for Collfctions. TO DEPOSITORS, Iit;tnl Ternm lr Time for Current Account Kept ; and to the i 1Z N 10 H .V 1 PIHLIC Every Facility Offered by Firl ClaiiM BnnkM Anywhere. W. (JRA1IAM. ATIORXEY-AT-LA W. Hll.t.SBOKO. N. ('. Fsmiie u out nuntunoi' Q f3 P7 1 PI Q M A O tl I M C ; V Iff L J 1 L J M 1 I U j II 1 11 C .ii i HAS NO EQUAL. PERFECT SATISFACTI0H Heu Hine Se?ii Oaekine Co.; -ORANQB. MAOO.- t0 '"nlW "8St ; ! AtlU. 6. . 157 W. 23d St.. N. Y. I v v"' oro n! V Rep-ct fully. jis.: rrrnv.