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: f. 5 "k i 4 i i . 4 ; I t ! i 4 OH i Co.; ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER. I II ILLS HO ROUGH, N. C. .i i SATURDAY. - - - - AUGUST 14, 1886. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : One year, to be paid in advance. $1.50. Six month. ' $1.00. '1 hrer mouth. "0 eta. ADVERTISING RATES. Oncfolumn.oiiK year. $90.00. Half column. ' " $.r0.0l. Km i rtli " 2.V00. )n qnar. (one iiitil him imertion, . iintl for e.ieh Rii!fjuMtt itiertion .o 'lit'' i-r Ionian-. Se net vv 'i Hale of land by A V. (Jriham, Trustee. Rev. F. M. Hubbard, cf Rab ! eijili, in vieiting Kev. Jos. W. Mur phy. -For otne ery fin app'es wo return our thank. to Mrs. Slephcu T. Koirest. S-e adv. of Grain Drills, fcr., for sale by A. U. Farquhar, York, I'enitHj Irani;1. A IV Yir,Km Pmu.innpr ! adverts tract of land for sale, j 1hw Btlemen are well-known to Kee advertisement. ilhe ,eof,,e of Orange They will j carry a large and nrttdas stock of Work on our streets hss been ; Hardware of every kind, and pro delayed by the rainy spell. Con-! pose to sell their goods on as rea mable Carmiihail hopes to resume sonable terras as thry can be boniht I work Monday. . Mr. S. J. Crawford, Executor ; vour oney in other towns, when ot Henry Malono, deceased, gives!1"? very goods you need, and at notice ot the nale of a tract ot land. P" U)W a f the lowest, can Imj See advertisement. . bought here. We hope our people ' ' J .. i will give I hit. firm a liberal share ol 1 he crowd attending court last j lh.ir , a:ronilst.. Call and see these xuemiay ,.oi an large a usual. The ram no doubt prevented a good many trorn coming. Mr. W. S. Coniploii gives no tice in our advertising column of the sale ot u tract ot laud to satisly a moilgage. Seo notice. Major Graham, our candidate for Congress, will open the cam paign ai SmithtieM, Juhnnton coun ty, mi Tueoday next, 17ili insl. We hear it rumored that either Iln. .loiah Turner or his son Mr. Cluster 1). Turner will be a can didaie tor Solicitor ot llu dntrict. Dr. U t huoMtd'" Samariinn Nrr vine cures Veitigo, liyhterio J-.n- VlllsiollH :dl Ni'iVoUs Iixi:d'l ill lai;t. F-r ly Dr. i). liouker, Druuit, Hii'sboro. l'rlec $1 oU. On pubbc roads are said to be in a terrible condition We have heard a gu-ai drl -l coinpl.-iint this week c-'iict -innig the roads. Read caielul'y 'the fyn-t ot the r-ad l:w fiiliii-hed "ii iu tcotid page On hi tft'irn t'roii th Confii- tioti at Ka!eijh Major Giahruu m'mo Mii'l a( the l)'ili:in depol liy ; iag and efi h 'is a ic. rr.. u d wilh a band ot inu-ie, Maj (liai'a'ii made a tew niiuuli'' ipeerM trotii the tear pint form ot the 1 1 am. Si l ike at tin- fountain ImtuI. the oii tee ot ail evil. I it r.'niiiH that - ;H ies-. roed t lit hrallli t i.ur irhild ? GiM Shrinn'n Indian Ver inifuu:' before il i t "o Irt e. Oni lift ceitts a boule For sale at HiIIn boro dy Dr. O. Hooker, Diugi-t. Mr. K S Na-h,' ot New Yo;k. atul Mrssris Ivl. Strudwii-k and .lo Ktifliii, ot N'oitolU, Va ,- arii viiiiiig triends and relatives here. These clever and woithy gentlenien will alvvay tiu l a warm welcome when they visit, the home of their youth. Mrs. Col DeRossett and daujjh lers and Mn, Mues Mamie and Katie, and little Nash, of Wilming ton, are visiting Henry K. Nah, Kh(j , tatherot Mrs. DeRosett. Mrs. 'Curtis, ot Tarhot o. another daughter of that gentleman, is also visiting her parents. Mr. L. J. Vcaver will furnish , f 1 ,f 'lilt the people ot HiHaboro with tre.h j bet two or three tunes each week,! or ofienor it there is any demand j for it. He desires, tf sufficient en-; couragement H given h.m to open a ; tirtst class butcher 8 stand ner thOj tobacco tactory of Mr. Spring-, west! ot court house. Patronize him and give him all the help possible. We need something of the kind, and it will be very convenient tor house keepers. Dkxtai. Notick Having per manetitly located here, I wish( to say to the people of Hillsboro and sur rounding country that I can be, found every day in my office next j door to Dr. Hooker's Drug Store,! and that I am prepared to do all i kinds of dental work in the very j best Stvln i..-dihli I'arv ru nPl. fa-Sly. J. S. Si-CROEox, D. I). S. Mrs. M. L Tavlor's stock ot Millinery is the Urp.t and rnont complete she hv 'ver offered. She has all the latent ntvles of Flowers,! bcathers. Uihbons, Laces, Velvets, j Satins Dre-s Silks, etc. Neckwear! and Knchiug in ureal vriitv No- tious, Hosiery, Gloves. Jir.v Cr sets, Hustles, Far.s, Zephyr Goods! taco Towders, Toilet Soaps. Full line of htle.Gooda. Colored Lawns and Mulls, hinbroidered Uobed Dress Patterns in White an 1 Cob ored, ILiiiionrns, All Over Km broidery, lucking and Hamburg Net. Dressmaking will be run in! connection with her huniness. Sl.e is prepared l furnish Dress Trim- n different shades, jtxit receifed. mings io all the leading styles, and will give her personal attention to! plannin;; costumes for cuiomers. atUfacUou i'iai atiteed. ORANGE COUNTY COMMIS. SIONERS. The Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August 2d. Present : Messrs. N. P. Hall, Chairman ; John F. Lyon, Merritt Cheek, D. K. Morrow and Win. H. Anderson. T. J. Hnnley waa relieved from paying poll tax for year 1885 on ao count ot disability. . The Board ordered that the pub lic road known as the old Raleigh road be discontinued from W. A. Sirayborn'n to the. Chapel Hill or Uniermly road (near University Station,) and the Mt. Hertnon church road ,rora 8aid W A- Strayhorn's to the Durham road was declared to I be a public road. Various accounts allowed. JOHN LAWS. Clerk. We call the attention of onr readers to the attractive doable column advertisement of Messrs. Sutton & Strudwick, dealers in I J i -v : T i "ruwari - , canning oois, xc., CCC in any market. Then why spend t.n , ..xamii.e their irnod ai their place ot business on King htreet. Mitried.it) Intle River town ship on Sunday, Aug 1, 1886, at-1 he residence ol Mi. Wm. Jackson, by Rev. JL K. Thompson, Mr. -Stephen K. Cole to AhsM Sarah A. W hiiaker The following were the attendants Mr. Jos. Whitaker and Miss Nannie Burtm ; Mr. Chan. Crabtreo and Miss Moniniew Cole; Mr. Joseph Miller ami Miss Louisa Jackson ; Mr. Wm, Jackson and Miss Jennie Bacon. Our best wishes tor a ion and happy lite. Again we have to thank the gardener ot Mr. Henry K. Nash, that clever colored man Mars Hen idersoti, tor a lot ot extra tine loma toes. Bucklkk'8 Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in 'the world for Cms, Bruises, Sores,' Ulces, Salt Uheum, Fever Sores, Te'ter, Chap otMi llanu. lhtiblains, torn, and alt ikiu Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give pertect satis taction, or mouev leiunucu. jrrice li cents per box. For Bale by ai Druggist. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. HAltCiAIINM c LOSING OUT SALE AT THE BAZAAR ! ! 8,000 Yards of best Summer and Spring 1'rinls, at 6 cents. U w 1 VllllliSUlB TV A'lDV V W J O Mow oogt A Ljne of Summcr Wool Dre Goodg Mqw mU Remnants Ginghams below cost. Odd Lots ot Corsetts below cost. Kemnauls Iawns at half price. Odd LotjS of Shoes below cost. We have a great many bargains to offer in all kiuds ot goods. Want ' lo clo,e oat for bi8 tal1 Stock- ! A reduction in MILLINERY GOODS of twenty per cent, All the above for CASH only. Heady-Made Clothing way off in ! Prlof Want to close it all out before go- - , nB ortD A fall assortment of Cheese Cloth C. M. PAHKS. Tue August Term of Orenge Su perior Court met Monday, August ( 9th, tt 10, a. m., with Jodge Connor f presiding. Mr. Wa M- Jones waa sworn as Foreman of Qrand Jury, and Mr. Geo. A. Walker was sworn as officer in charge. The following business wag dis posed of : State va. Marshall and Bland ; at- dray ; verdict guilty ; Marshall fined $15 and costs, and Bland fined $10 arid costs. State vs. Ann Elira Lawrence and John Crawford ; murder ; prisoners brought into court and arraigned on bill ot indictment, and trial set for Tuesday of November court Martha Stubbing vs. Joseph Stub- bins ; for support ; dismissed at cost of defendant. State vs. Wm. J. Walkrer ; rotati ng without license; Verdict not gailty. ' , State vs. Nancy Bird : retailing without license ; submission ; judg ment suspended npon payment of costs. State vs. Martha Tapp, whitvind Wm. Faucelte, colored : fornication and adultery ; verdict guilty; mo tion tor new trial overraled. and motion" tor judement continued to November court. Albert Riley va. Mary Riley ; di vorce granted. State vs. Addison Wilson ; dese crating graves ; motion to reduce one of $200 set aside, and defendant prayed into custody until fine and cost are paid. I he case ot Dodson and wtfo vs. Tate and McAdams was on trial when wo put our paper to press Thursday. Heavy raina fell here Tuesday and Tuesday aipht. On Wednesday morning the Eno river at this place a on a high horse. Mr. John Cheek, whose workshop is near the bridge, sayn that the river was some I eight inches higher than he ever saw it before. We tear that a great deal ot damage has been done to the corn crop. A barn of fine tobacco belong ing to John H. Hughes, Cedar Grove, was burned Wednesday at a lor s ot about $200. What Can Be Done. By trying again and keeping up courage many things seemingly im possible may be attained. Hundreds ot hopeleMH casen of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, after everything e!e had been tried in vain. So, don't think there I ( no cure for you, but try Electric Bitters. There is no medicine so safe, so pure, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric lilt tern will cure Dynpepsia. Dia helert and all Diseases cf the Kid ney. Invaluable iu aflVotious of Stomach and Liver, and overcome nil Urinary Difficulties. Large Bot tie only 50 cl. at alt druggists. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. L AND SALE. i b llv virtue of a deed of trust executed to me on the 18th dav of March, 18S4, by Maty N. Walkei. f will sell tothe highest bidder at j ublic auction aJ-he ourt house door in Hillsboro, on Satur day. Spt 4th, 186. the tract otfand about 2 miles south of Hillsboro, ad joining the lands of I. R. Strafhorn. losrph S. Iatta, Wm. Dickon. Paul C. Cameron and others.' contnininf4. 130 .vrrs. more or less. J-ale to take place at 12 o'clock, m., on day above mentioned. Terms of sale : One-third cash, bal ance in 6 months. Thi 'Jth day of August. 1886. A. W. GRAHAM. Trustee. E XKCUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. Bv virtue of the power conferred on me by the last will and testament of Henry Malone. deceased, J shall oner for sale at public auction, on tne premi ises, on Saturday, September 4th, lfeo, i t T" t rt Tunrl tit f i-a f trM tii1Mtr Ku t ""v" " ".J,x uaunAiciPui ruw mci, oujviuiiit "6 lands of Wm. Wilkerson, a. Mclade and othurs, and containing about 56 acres, and known as the Freehwater tract Terms of sale : One-third cash, oue- third in hix months and one-third in twelve months with interest from day of sale. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock, p. m. S. J. CRAWFORD, Ex'rof Henry Malone, deceased. Aug. 10, 18S6. y AND S ALE. By virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Orange Countv to me directed iu the case of John M.'Blnckwood and others vs. Jim. W. Kirkland and others. 1 will sell to the highest bidder for cash. at the court house door in Hillsboro, on Saturday the 11th day of September, 1S3S, at 13 o'clock, m., a tract ol land on the waters of New Hope creek, ad joining the lauds ot W. H. Lloyd, Mnu MatUUJ liogan, iaty Blackwood and others, ueiug known as the David K. Blackwood home place, containing 95 acres, more or lea. A. W. GRAHAM, Commissioner. August 7, 1SSU. GRAIN DRILLS. THE PKNN SYLVANIA b the most perfect Force Feed Fertilizer Drill In existence. Send tor catalogue. SAW ami GRIST MILLS, STEAM ENGINES, GIN POWERS, CIDER MILLS, THRESHING MACHINE?, CORN SHELLERS AND STAND ARD AGRICULTURAL IMPLE MENTS generally. Send for Illustra ted catalogue. A. B. FABQUHAR, Pennsylvania Agricultural Worki, York. re. nn (7v Ar7 r?rt n? Abcolutely Pure. This powdr never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the' ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi tion with the multitude of low test. short weight, alum or phosphate pow ders. Sola only in cans, koyai. Bak ing Powdkr Co., 108 Wall-sU, N. Y. S ALE OF LAND. On Monday the Cth dy of Sept., 1SSG, in obedience to an 'order bf the Superior Court to make real estate as sets, I will ofter' for Bile at the court house door at Hillsboro. the lands of the late Fred. Williams, on the waters ot Eno river in this county, adjoining the hinds of Thomas Williams and R. M. Jones on the north, DaVUl Williams and R. M. Jones on the east. Cave Conklinej and Th mas Hastings on they south, and the WaOdell lands on the west, and sup posed t contain about One Hundred and Sixty acres. Terms of sale : One-third cash, and balance at 6 and 12 months with inter est from day 'of sale. This 27th day of July, 1S8G. JOHN U. nART. Adm'r of Fred. Williams deceased. S "i A LE OF LAND. We will offer for sale at public auc tion, on Wednesday, August 18th, 1886.1 at 12 o clock, on the premises, a tract of land known ns the Hendon place, lying on the waters of New Hope creek in Orange county, and containing 80 acres, more or less. This is considered one of the best n:ill places on New Hope. Terms of Kile : One-third eah, bal ance in 12 months. For further information apply to ROBERT II. HUGHES, Cedar GroveiN. C, cr W. D. HKNDONm Durham. N. C. M ORTGAGE SALE OF LAND. Bv virtue of a deed of mortsraire to us made by Albert ' Scnggius, and recorded Pullman Sleeper between Richmond in Book II., page 310, we will sell a and Greensboro. Pullman Sleeper De tract ot bud at Hillsboro on south side tween Greensboro and Raleigh, of Eno river and further described in Through tickets on sale at principal said mortgage, at public auction beore stations to ail points, the t:ouit house door at Hillsboro on For rates and information apply to the 2Sth day of August, 1886, t 12. m. Sale is made to satisfy said mortgage and co.-ts. JONES & TURNER, Mortgagee!. By Pkidk Jonks. Agent. .Tulv 27, 18SC: A DM I N I STR ATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned having this day taken out letters of Administration up- on the estate of John Morgan, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons In - dehted to said ptate. to make immediate payment to me. and all persons having claims against the said estate must pre- Music $2.60 to $3.00, including use of sent them to me within one year from instrument. Board $7.00. Arrange this date or this notice will be plead in ment for clubs will be made. The fac- bar ot thfir recovery. This 2nd dav of Atigmt, 1SS3. , JAMES Y. MERRITT, Administrator. TJ m I - rm I ity ot North Jrol in fa The next session opens August 26th. instruction iu Literature, Science and Philosophj-. Th Lw School and the Denartment of Normal Instruction are I r . il c 1 1 I l 1 ,u" u,PPea- ope-'ai uigner iram- in? in an me uepanmenis is proviaeu forgnultutesof the University and of viUTE GOODS, other Colleges free of charge. Select Library ot 20.000 volumes ; Reading- PRINTS, LAWNS, Room of 114 Periodicals. Total coll e- GINGHAMS Ac. giate expenses $8i;.0U a year. Board . , . $8.00 to $13.50 per month. Session be- Also a Full Stock of Farmer's Hard gins last Thursday in August. For full ware, such as information, address President Kemp P. Battle, LL. D Chapel Hill, N. C. Select Hoarding Ac 13 ay Hohool tor Young LadieH aud Llt tlo Oirls, HILLSBORO, N. C. THE MISSES NASH AND MLSS KOLLOCK will re.ume the exer cises ot their school on Friday, 3rd day of September. 1S6. Tuition for day scholars tJO.OO per Session.. Circulars sent on application. M ORTGAGE SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a mortgage deel exect: ted to me by Jmes M. Sott and Iaura Ann Scotr hi? wifo, dTatel otli day of August, 14. and registered in book G-, on pages 12 a -d 12o in the Register's office ot Ontnge county. I ill sell on the premise?, on aturdajv Sept. -flh, 186. at 12 o'clock, m a tract of land on the waters of Stag's creek, adjoin ing lands of Alfred Ward, Richard Bird and others, containing 100 acre, more or less. Teims of sle : Cash. hale to sati&fv mortguge anl costs. W. S. COMPTON, Mortggee. Atgas: 3. mond Jtc Xni&llle liallroau C7o. PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE. CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 4TH, 18S6. Train Run by 75 Meridian Time. Hon til bound. No 50 iKily No 52 Dally 3 40 pm Lve New York !2 00 " Philadelphia 7 20 a n. " Baltimore 9 f0 a m Washington 1115am Charlotteville 3 45 p m 6 03 pm 9 00 pm 11 00 p m 3 00am 5 15 a m Lynchburg 6 05pm Richmond 3 25 p m Burkeville 5 21pm Keysvitle 5 68pm Drakes Br'ch 6 14 pm Danville 0 10 p m Greensboro 11 00 p m 2 00 a m 4 05 a m 4 44 am 5 00 a m 8 04 a m 9 4Sp m " Goldsboro " Raleigh Durham M Chapel Hill u Hillsboro 44 Salem " High Point Salisbury Ar. Statcsville ARheville 11 50 a m 5 00pm 6 07 p m 4 55 pm 6 47 p m 5 00 p m 10 30 a ni. 1 12 pui 10 20 a m 2 20 p m 7 15 p m 6 10pm 11 33 pm 10 16 pm 12 57 a m j 11 23 p m 1 20 a m 12 29 p m 10 00 a m 6 21 p m - Warm Spgs 305pmj 8 5Jpin M Concord 1 46 p m Charlotte 3 00 pm " Spartanburg 5 46 p m Greenevllle 7 04 p m Ar Atlanta 1 30 p m 11 59 a m 1 00pm 3 34 p m 4 49 p m 10 40 p m Northbound. No 51 No 53 Dally Dully 6 00 p m 12 25 a m 1 34 a m 4 40 am 5 33 a m 6 10 am 7 25am 7 53 a m i 4i.nr 8 40am 2 30 p m 3 43 p m Ar. Greenville " Spartanburg Charlotte Concord Salisbury High Point Greensboro 6 25 p m 7 52 p m 8 01 p m 9 08 p m 9 43 p m u Salem 11128 am 12 30am Hillsboro Durham Chapel Hill Raleigh Golds boro Danville It 54 a m 12 28 pm 1 100pm 1 35 pm 4 40 pm 2 55 a m 4 40 a m 7 00am 11 00 " it , u it 10 00am I 11 3opm Drakes Br'ch 12 35 pm 1 04 a m 3 04 am Keysvllle 12 51 p m Burkeville 1 30 p m Richmond 3 30 p m 3 57 a m 7 00am u Lynchburg 12 55 p m 44 Charlotteville 3 IS p m Washington, 8 30 p m 44 Baltimore 11 25 p m 44 Philadelphia 3 00 a m 4 New York 6 20 a m 2 00 am 4 10 am 8 30 a m 10 03 a m 12 35 pm 3 20 p m Daily except Sunday. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. On Trains 50 and 51. Pullman Buf fet Sleeper between 'Atlanta and New York. Pullman Sleeper Goldsboro and Warm Springs. On Trains 62 and 53. Pullman Buf fet Sleeper between Washington and Montgomery, Washington andAugusta. any agent of the Company, or to . B. THOMAS, C. W. CHEARS, Gen'l Manager. A. G. P. A Richmond, Va. 1JNION LITERARY ACADEMY. The Fall Term begins August 10th, 1886. under charge ot S. B. Turrentine, A. B., Principal, Miss Flora A. Dixon, Assistant. Mrs. A. F. Turrentine Teacher of Instrumental Music. There will be regular teachers of Vocal Music and ' Penmanshio. Tuition the same as be- I frrp from to 3.00 oer mouth I I according to the course. Iastrumental ulty of teachers now can assure better work than ever before, and no pains will be spared to make our next session a success in every department. For further particulars, address S. B. TURRENTINE, Lamsbvllle, Chatham Co., N. C. K K M O V A L . I now occupy my old stand on King Street, and am receiving a new stock ot seasonable gooas, con aiaiincr in iart of Dreaa Goods of va I . . V r,oog binfo md Shades. PLOWS, HOES PLOW CASTINGS, TRACES, HAMES, A, Ac Full lines ol FLOUR, I v MEAL. MEAT, SUGARS, COFFEE, MOLASSES, RICE, IARD. To those who boy for CASH and want goodi low, my hooae U bead quart en. lies pectf ally, J. K JONES. H OUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. 31 y House and Lot In Hillsboro con taining five acres. Dwelling and all rjeceswary outhouses. Apply to JAMES Y, WHITTED. A. FKEHH HUPPLY OF FAMILY GROCERIES received daily i Also DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, iitc:j which I offer at lowest prices possible- Butter, Egg, Chickens and all kind of country produce taken at highest market price. Come and see me, and I will take pleasure in showing yoii goOda. Your friend. II. L. PARISH. At Bern" Building. PdHTBAtTH. MR. HARRIS THANKS the public for patronage and begs an exami nation of his work. IN CRAYON PORTRAITURE he continues to lead, doing faithful and accurate work, as hundreds of persons in dozens of States attest. Ills Portraits are in PURE CRAYON, (uot on the solar print.) hence are more artistic and permanent. The best ma terials are used and godd life-like por traits result. His prices, he claims, are low for the best work, ranging trom $10 for one-third life lite, 12x16, to $30 for full life, 25x30. Made from any small picture or v FROM LIFE. Frames arc lltrnishcd when desired at lowest city prices. PORTRAITS IN Oil Success iii crayon means success iri oil, as drawing is the soul Of painting. Mr. HaruisU fully prepared to paint Portraits from life in oil or make then! from other pictures. In both crayon and oil he promises to please. Prices tor oil work are about once and a half tbosi for crayon work. LANDSCAPES IN OIL. After a tour through a large extent of Western North Carolina, sketching and painting, he is ready to fill orders tor fine oil Landscapes ot milch of our grand native scenery. For subjects send for a list. SKETCHING in Oil, Water Colors, or lh Pencil oi buildings, grounds and scenery execu ted to order. Artists Material alwayson hand. Addreas, EUGENE L. HARRIS, Art i it, Raleigh, N. C. 1875. ld JLttllSC Ac HUMMER MILLINERY GOODS. THE VERY LATEST STYLES I irRS. MATT IE TAYLOR jyjL MILLINER-HILLSBOKO, N. C. is receiving her Spring and Summer Millinery Goods, Ac, Ac. Also, a splendid stock of White Goods, Colored Lawns and Embroidered Dress Goods. JEWELRY pretty and cheap. NOTIONS a complete line. Agent at Hillsboro ldr tfie sile ot BUTTER ICK PATTERNS. i IVKlv STORE ! GOODH x : I WOULD CALL THE ATTEN tion ol the citizens of Hillsboro 'and Orange County, to my STCCK OF NEW GOODS, and respectfully sdllcH a share ot tbeif patronage. It consists In part Of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. SHOES. HARDWARE, GROCERIES, whlclt I will sell as LOW u the LOWEST for ComK ot proxftiC at tus full market value. Try my 51 md Totsacco 4's to the lb. at 40 cents. My "Air Brake Cigars the bet 8 s i . cents dgar In town HETCall and see me before you buy as I can save yotf money. My place of busine U in the brick store on Cburton Street, between the two Drug Stores. A. A. SPRINGS, UUhvboro, N. C. FOUTZ'S -. HOnOB AD CATTLtt dWOERtf 4 Ho Tkrum wta of Ccn.tr. Urn ot Lev Tn m, If fmtem To-mitn mn oe4 to Crv. foeui revtUra Gi tacnm tin ulsutt ot nirv kd crcaai tweatr per ccat. ai mXm CM fccatf trm Focm Fowd C .f nr prtteat kecM wrrtl Din am to wttrft Uormi r1 :- a.'c Miaet. Foerx rowu wrut tT ATircna. tons itrjT. oatxd a. rovra. rrrutf. Bax.TiBoaa.VK RFor sale at Hillsboro by Dr, 1 0. Hooktr, Druggist.