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( R A X G E (JO U N f Y O USER VEK.
IIILLSnOKOUG.il, N. C
Saturday.
August 21. 188C.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
Oin' year, to be paid in advance. $l.r0.
Six month. fl.OU.
Three mouth. , . "
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ADVEUTISING
HATES .
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Dwo column. ii' year.
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Fourth
)n in:iv. inch.) nui
Insertion.
Land to, -ub-.oiu-nt insertion
i i-cilt- lM-r (iIlMlc. !
I ;TCoMr! .ties. ; wreVs. a-!i. ;
1 ,
f 7 -. mid when p:iymut is delayed fox j
1Z.h-:) .i-tv l ti-M!P-nt 10 rent per I
k 111".
Adwrti-ew -n r- and eornmu ideation
nit-l be sent in liv Wedne-day ol each
v.M-k.
The iaiT i put to !! on Thurs
day t tint it tn tv hi
-eut through the;
mail on Fridav
This i- the oniv newspaper published j
n iinii'M. County, and everv citizen fi
herounty-hoiildtaVs It and n.conr.
L2 Its nUtM-:itKMI.
tbl
Send tnthUofflce. aronce, notice of!
marri -.tire. dearhs. accidents, & :. in fact j
cvervthmir ot interest, and we will tnkef
plen-ure in publishing. It Is tho doMrej
ot tin hmrorot tin papi
r of this paper to publish a
flrHUrWs.Couuly npwnpaper
?rTHK OFFICK OF THE OR-t
ANGE COUNTY OHSERVER
IS ON C11UUTON ST.. OVER!
HAYES1 DRUG STORE.
: - !
s-S7 l out OtRce hours from 7, a.
tn. to 8, p m. -every day except Sun-!
day, and on Sunday from 12, m. to
p. m.
H. L. PAK1SH.
Post mister.
Thf town authorities ar ding
pome very good work on oir main
tdu.ei.
Tuesday wan a vry warrn day
tlx? thermometer regmUred 94 hi
the tdiade.
M'ikh Maria Nxh ami Mi'ks Kol
lock have ifiurin'il troin lh;ir vinit
to the mountains.
--Iisv Flora Wattt, ot (iidiUboro,
'ilaiigbter of Capt. Waitt, in viitmg
M:k ('arrie Jnuen.
Hev. J. L. Curric held prayer
meeting in
the Piehbytei ian I'liuteh
Thursday night ot last eek.
Mr. nd Mrs. 'Jamc Yonge ami
child, ! Savannah, Ga . are viiiui g
tiie Mie." Na.h arid .Mi" Kdock
Mi. .I"liu Il'tie. the In si : 1 1 1
Jaii-M. paih'rr i h.it vm kinu ol in
tin St iic, i aiam at llilUl
iMioro ;or
(t'H ll.lV-.
.Mr. Thoinai .1
Mllili('d KMUl-r
lut? : I rio.iii:i I).
.1
Oldl.aoi
upon the
( Jldlium,
ban
de-
cea'd. Sci' ht at
lt. ini'el T. Sui'th ha i real
ly impi'ined his Iolhlse.lon1lng
on Kiim St . It now" -recent
juite an aitrartie pj earuuee.
IJri. Mr. I of t in pM it
Sh.'p. orl':iii'0'J pulpil Willi liev
,liw V Mu'ph I fl S'l-id i). Thr
, nd c Mlppel s aoo'W bi ated at the
ho mi-1 pi :tee
, Jn lgo It-iflin h:i jivih the con-
1 1 art lo White I5i".,
build him a d v eliiii'j
id' 'Mi'bane, to
I. once on the
n eon;,! v. 1 1 i e his n s'.driirr wan
dc
hllord by liit lat Wllilrl.
Eveiy llotlle of Shriinr's In
dian N'ermituge i guaranteed to
ive MitiflavM on it ' used arrotdini 10
direi't ion. I'or sale at HilUboro
by Dr. O. II.Mikt'r, Druggist.
We Irani that the ei.tcrtain
incut and hop complimentary to the
vis'ninix ladies, given by Mr. lieu
nehin Cameron, at. Masonic Hall,
Tuesday night, was n splendid affair-
. .
Dr. K chinond's Samaritan Ner
v ine cures 'irtigu, Hysterics, Con-!
vulsions all Nervoiis Disorders in!
tact. For sale by Dr. O. Hooker,
Druggist, HiMsboro. Price SI 50. !
Rev. L. E. Thmpsou is con-j
ducting , religious services at Cedar j
Grove. Wo learned .Wednesday!
a
that there were several lady peni
tents and a good deal of interest
manifested by the congregations.
The PfimitKe U3ptist Associa
tion in session last week near Lea-
burg,, was attended Uy large crowds.
Siiioc rsthiato the number ol tents
pitched as high as 500 The Asso
ciation wilTmeei next year within 12
miles of Danville, Va.
Mr. J.. W. Seacrest is painting
the Town brack thai is be is paint
ing the roWs of a good many of the
houses ami stores with Moll's Fire
and Wate.c Proof Paint. It Is a cer
tain prevennv against harm, or de
struction from tire. Mr. Seacrest
wid take plvfisnre jn iivinc any in-
lormatiou desired in regard to his!
work, prices, itc. I
W A.VTKti ! At this ofi5c at once,
a copy of -the Oiuxge COUKTV Ob- i
SKltVKi: containing .rd f Jsmex
comaminc card of
A. Cheek announcing himself as a
oandidate for ih0 Legislature in
lSS nU, d.
taininu Mr. Cheek' letter from the
Legis-lature in January, 1SSS
Dfntal Notice. Having per I WTant to close it alLoot before go
manently lootlbed here. I wish to sayi ing North.
to the people, of Hillsboro and sur-!
rounding country that T can bei
found every day in my -office next ) A full assortmenl of Cheese ?Cloth
doir to Dr.- Hooker's -Drug Store, in differenl shades, just received,
and that I ami prepared to do all'
kinds Vf dental work in the veryj
best stvle i-osslble. Verv: mnon.
iVully, J. S. Si't iKJKox, i). D. S.
The State Democratic Nomina
tins Convention meets in Raleigh
next Wedneaday. We think it
quite likely that Merrimon will be
named lor Chief Joglice, with Geo.
V. Strong and some other good man
as Aasociate. It is claimed that
Chief Justice Smith and Associate
Ashe are too old to be re elected tor
terra ot eight year. The follow
ing are the delegates from Orange :
Hillsboro Delegates: Hon. Thos.
Ruffin, Ja. Webb, Jr., Calvin E.
I'arinh. Alternate : P. C. Came
ron, D. C. Parks and W. J. Dickson.
f'l.ar.ol Tlill - Hon. Johfl Msnnin.t
' . I u k'v- a . - ---- ' ., ,
m,0- v l..h,itnn ami WiIIUm W
: . . . .) . i .......
, j
M. IVIU4I VJ .
Little River-J. W. Terry, R. K.
Hall. Jr.
Cedar Grove Delegate : S. J.
Hall, Jefl D. Jordan. Alternates :
H. L. McDade and. John Thompson.
Hiiigham m. Atwater.
Oar county nominating conven
;oll wlj meet on Saturday, Sept.
4th W(j haVe hesrd Messrs. Jas.
i tm It i.
Norwood and Thomas II. Hughes
mentioned in connection with the
Houe of Representative. Mr. Wm.
kS. in,g lrield wiU preM hu ..Ujm-
, ,.:.a . -m v
lur rinuriu. i no ui UU"V will im
for Clerk; Dr. Pride Junes, present
lerk, Calvin h. Parish, M. W. Mc
Collum and Deve.eur Turner all
would Hke to have C. S. U. after their
iwn signatute. Geo. J; Faucette
will contend lor the nomination lor
1 reaiurer with the tirenent
ItlCUUI
bent D. M. Lawn. No one nemns at
all disposed to question the right ot
the Register of Deeds, John Laws,
to another term.
P. S. Since writing th above,
we learn that the name of Capt. J.
F. Lyon uill go before the Conven
tion tor nomination for the House.
The Captain will make the contest
lively lor the boy. He's been there
before.
Now is the time to prepare for
a turnip crop. Select good gronnd.
Do not bs stingy with your manure,
but put it in lib. rally, lireak the
ground thoroughly and repeatedly.
Run the harrow over it. at each
breaking. Seethat it is thoroughly
broken and thoroughly pulverized.
Select seeds of the best varieties, it
does not pay to sow interior weeds
tor any crop on any kind i I land.
See notice ot sale ot valuable
mill pioperty by James Webb, Jr.,
Commissioner.
HUCKLF.NS AKNICA SALVE.
Tiie liest Saye in the world for
Cms, Hruises, Sores, Ulceis, Salt
Hhciini, Feer Sores, Te'ter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and
all kit Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed lo give perfect satic
taction, or money refunded. Price
'J.') cents per box. For sale by all
Druv:ists.
N KV ADVERTISEMENTS.
c
1 LOSING OCT SALE. AT THE
BAZAAR ! !
8,000 Yards of best Summer and
Spring Prints, at 0 cents.
, Remnants of Wool
below cost.
Dress Goods
A Line of Summer Wool Dresa
Goods below cost.
Remnants Ginghams below cost.
Odd Lots ot Corsettt below cost.
Remnants Lawns at half pric.
Odd Lots of Shoes below cost.
i We have a. great many bargains
! to offer in all kinds ol oods. Want
! to close oot for a big tall Stock.
A reduction in; MILLINERY
i GOODS of twenty per cent.
All the above for CASH oUy.
Ready-Made Clothing way off in
price.
'
' C. M. PARKS.
' Rev. W. F. Wilhelm writes to
the editor as follows : "We are en
joying ooraeUca very mncb with
kind friends and relatives- We are
surrounded by beautiful mountain
ceuery the weather, for the most
part baa been delightfully cool the
atmosphere very invigorating. We
will not gel home till towurd the
last of this mouth. We are deriving
much benefit from our rest and
change but still our hearts turn
fondly back to old Hillsborough and
our good friends there.' With kind
regards for yoo and yours." All of
our readers will be glad to hear that
U.y -M W;iklm -A i i . .
iwii wit m iiuciiu auu ittujr are t
having i delightful tine. As will '
be seen above, be expects to return I
to HilUboro iu time to preach in his
(Presbyterian) church on the M
Sunday in September. He is a very
fine preacher, an excellent gentle
man, and has a large number of
warm friends in Orange who will
be glad to see him and lo listen
again to bis preaching.
Henry K Nash, Esq. and wife
had the pleasure the past week of
having with them al! ofr their sons
and daughters, as follows: Messrs.
Fred. Nash, of Charlotte; Henry K.
Nah, Jr. and 8. S. Nash, of Tar
boro; E. S. Nash, of New York ;
Mrs. Col. DeRossett and Mrs.
Wooster, of Wilmington; Mrs. Cur
tis and Miss Annie Nash. There
were also nine of their grand
children with them.
The Richmond, Va., corres
ponded of the Baltimore Sun
writes : 'Mra. Paul Cameron, ot this
city, has presented to tho Supreme
Court ot North Carolina a portrait
ot her father. Judge Thomas Ruffin,
Sr., tor twenty-four years a member
of thai tribunal and nineteen yearB
its Chief Justice. Thomas Rutiin,
Jr., a son ot the distinguished jurist,
was also a member of the Supreme
Court recently"
When we went to press Iat
week, the case of Dodson nnd wife i
vs. Tate and McAdams was on trial.
The jury gave a verdict tor S300 for
plaintiff, Mid Judge Connor re
duced the amount to $216, allowing
plaintiffs $0 per month for 3 years.
Defendants allowed 30 days to make
up appeal.
I he case of Harris vs. Terry was
continued to next term.
Dr. Edmund Strudwick, of .Al
isinaalter enjoying for several
weeks the company ot his many rel
atives and friends and drinking free
ly our town pump water (which, by
the way, is the best in tho wrld.)
left for his home Tuesday. Come
again, Dr., you "are always at home
in Orange county.
Mr. Her.ry N. Rrowti, Sr., the
hard-worked bookkeeper at Parks'
llazaar, took himself quietly away
last week to the mountains of N. C.
He spent several days with iie
brother, Mr. E. L. Brown, at Ashe
vi'.Ie. Mrs. M. L. Taylor's stock ot
Miftinery is the largest and most
complete she has ever offered. She
bas all the latest styles of Flowers,
reatbers, Ribbons, Laces, Velvets,
Satins, Dress Silks, etc. Neckwear
and Rnching in great variety. No
tions, Hosiery, Gloves, Jerseys, Cor
sets, Rustles, FaLS, Zephyr Goods,
race Powders, Toilet Soaps, l'ull
line of White Goods, Colored Lawns
and Mulls, Embroidered Robed
Dress Patterns iu While and Col
ored, Ham burns, All Over Em
broidery. Tuckinc and Hamburg
Net. Dressmakintr will be run iu
connection with hwr business. She
is prepared to furnish Dress Trim
mings in all the leading styles, and
will give her personal attention to
planning costumes for customers.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
O T I C E
By virtue of an order of the Superior
Court ot Orange County, I will offer
for sale at the court house door in the
town of Hillsboro to the highest bidder
at public auction on the llth of Sept..
1883, the very valuable mill property
situate on Eno river about three mile's
east of Hillsboro. and known as the Al
len Brown mitt, and lately owned by
Wobn Berry, deceased.
I he said sale to be upon the lollow
ing termi : One-half cash, and the bal
ance In 6 and 12 months with Interest at
8 per cent, from the day of sale until
paid, and the title will be reserved un
til the whole of the purchase money is
paid. This 14th day of August, 1880.
JAMES WEBB, JR..
Commissioner.
JXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Having qualified as Executor upon
the esUte of Thomas D. Oldham, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to aill per
sons ludeDteU to said estate to make im
mediate payment, and all persons hav
ing claims against the said estate rou-t
present them properly authenticated to !
the undersigned within one year from
this date or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. Thh 1 1th day ot
August, 1886.
THOMAS J.OLDHAM.
Executor.
RAIN DRILLS. THE PEN N
T. syi.vwi a
.i... .,. V.,r vrr,.,;!;,.,.'!!"1 premie on
Drill in existence. Send lor catalogue,
-
SAW aud GRIST MILLS. STEAM V" , , " :Z' ;VK , p! hVi
wnivw rilV IHUVrKs ritu.,i?i1" and ot Altreil Want, Ricliard
5 ILIA THRHINCHISes! Bird aethers, conuining 10U acre,,
CORN SHELLERS AND STAND- m?JeJ T .
ARD
AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
MENTS generally
Send for illustra
ted catalogue. A. B. "FARQUHA1L,
Pennsylvania Agricultur.d Wt.rk-.
York. i'n.
' llllfl
Abcolutely Pure.
This powder nevfr varies. A marvel
of purity, .strength nnd wholesomeness.
More economical than the ordinary
kind.. and cannot be sold in competi
tion with the multitude of low test.
short weight, alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold only In cnn. Ruvai. BAK
ING PowDF.n Co., 10G Vall-t.. N. Y.
g.VLE
OF LAND.
On Mondav the 6th dy of Sept.. j
IssO, in obedience to an order of the
Superior Court to make real estate as
sets, I will otter for Nsile at the court
house door at Hillsboro. the lands of the
late Fred. Williams, on the -waters of
Eno river, iu this county, adjoining the
lands ot lliomas iluams and R. M.
Jones on the north, David Williams and
R. M. Jones on the east, Cave Conkliner
and 1 h mas Hastings on the south, ai.d
the Waodell lands on the west, and sup
posed t contain about Une Hundred
ami Sixty acres..
lerm of sale : One-third cash, and
balance at ( and 12 months with inter
e.t from day of sale.
This 27th day of July, 1S8G.
JOHN U. HART.
Adm'r of Fred. Williams, deceased.
L
AND SALE.
By virtue of an Order of the Superior
Court ot Orange County to me directed
in the' ease of John M. Blackwood and
others vs. Jas. W. Kirkland and others.
1 will sell to the highest bidder for cash,
at the court house door in Millboro. on
Saturday the llth day of Septemler. I
ISSU, at 12 o clock, m., a tract ot land
on the waters of New Hope creek, ad
joining the lands ot W. R. Lloyd, Mrs.
Mali Id:' Hogan, Mis. latsy Blackwood
and others, being known as the David
K. Blackwood home place, containing
9. acres, more or less.
A. W. GRAHAM.
Commissioner.
August 7. 1SSG.
M
ORTGAGE SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a deed of mortgage to ns
made by Albert Scoggins, and recorded
in isook ii.. page .hu, we win eii a
tract ol 1 3 ii I at Hillsboro on south side
of Eno livei- and further described in
said mortgage, at public auction before
the court hu.-e dorcat Hillsboro on
the 2Sth day of August. lS8i. at 12, m.
Sab? is made to satisty said
and cots.
mortgage
JON ES & TCRXER,
Mortgagee.
By
July 27. lSbd
Pkihk Jonks, Agent.
A
DMIN IS TRA TOR'S NOTICE.
The undersigned having this day
taken out letters of Administration up
on the estate of John Morgan, deceased. '
notice i- hereby given to all persons In
debted to said estate to make immediate
payment to me. and all persons having
claims against the said estate must pre
sent them to me within one year from
this uate or this notice win ie plead m
bar ot their recovery.
This 2nd day of August.
JAMES YMKHRITT.
A dmi i) ist ratol;.
"glXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of the power conferred on
me by the last will and testament of
Henry Maloue. deceased, I shall oner
for xiic at public auction, on the premi-
. .-vo,. . ... ';.' r ;:
a iruei oi lanu in orange con iu , on inc
it.
lands of Wm. Wilkerson, -. McDade
auu others, ami containing aooui j
acres, and known as the rrtshwater
tract.
Terms of sale : One-third cash, one
third in ix months and one-third in
twelve months with interest from day
of sale.
Sale to begin at 2 o'clock, p. m.
S. J. CRAWFORD,
Ex'rof Henry Malone. deceased.
Aug. 10, 1880.
Helect Uotii-ciiuK- Ac JLay
School lor Young
XatlleH mid JL.it
tlo OlrlM,
II ILLS BORO, N . C.
THE MISSES NASH AND MISS
KOLLOCK will resume the exer
cise ol their school on Friday. 3nl
day of SeptemU-r. 1J.
Tuition for day scholars f2.0t per
ion.
Circular- sent on application.
M
ORTGAiiE SALE OF LAND.
Ity virtue of a mortgage dl execu
ted "to me b- James M. iott and Liura
Ann Sct)tt hi- wife, dated 5lli day of
August. I"-!, and regi-tereil in bok G
on page- 121 a :d 125 iu the Register's
otHce ot Orange county. 1 will sell on
the pre ml--- on Saturdar. Sept- 4th.
i w I k y I it rtiMvk
i ITS.?'? . vZZ
r. "7", 7Z LlL- i
- ' aiu " auu
W.
Augmt 3, ls:.
coMrroN.
Mortgagee.
Klohmond At Danville
Xtallroacl Co.
PIEDMONT AlK-LIXE ROUTE. w
CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN
EFFECT JULY 4TH, 18S6.
Trains Run by 75 Meridian Time.
tsouthbound.
No ."iO No .V2
Dilv Daily
bve NVw York VJ 00 n't 3 4u p rd
- Philadelphia 7 20 a n 03 n m
Baltimore 'J 50am 9 00pm
Washington H a m 11 00 pm
Cbarlotteville 3 45pm 3 00 ; m
Lynchburg 0 05 p m 5 15 am
Richmond
Rurkeville
Kevsville
Drukes Br'ch
Danville
OreeiKboro
3 25 p m
5 21 p m
5 rs p in
B 14 p m
y 10 p m
11 00 p m
2 ( a m
4 05 a m
4 44 a m
5 00 a m
S 04 a ui
0 48 p m
(Jold.-boro
- Raleigh
" Durham
" Chapel Hill
" HilUboro
- Salem
- High Point
" .Salisbury
11 50 a m
5 00 p m
tl 07 pm
4 5 p m
0 47 p m
5 ifiUt in
ltf301itri
1 12 p m
10 20am
2 20 p m
7 15 p m 6 10 p m
11 23 p m 10 Wm
12 57 u m 11 23 p m
Ar. Statcsville
1 20 am
10 0i) a m
12 21) p m
" Aeville
21 p m
Warm Spr'g 3 05 p tn
8 o2 p m
Conconl
Charlotte ,
Spartanburg
Greeneville.
Atlanta
1 4G p m
3 00 p m
5 4i p m
7 04 p m
1 30 pm
11 59 a m
1 00 p m
3 H4 i) ra
4 49 m
Af
10 40 p m
Ior,tlitottiicl.
No 51 No 53
Daily Daily
Lve Atlanta
Ar. Greenville
6 00 p m S 40 a m
12 & a trij 2 .30 p m
1 34 a mfs,;! 43 p m
4 40 a mdv) 25 p m
Spartanburg
4 Charlotte
Concord
Salisbury
- High Point
Gieensbom
" Salem
" Hillsboro
Durham
Chapel Hill
" Raleigh
" Goldsboro
5 33 a m 7 52 p m
6 10 a m 1 8 01 p m
7 25 a m j 9 OS p m
7 53 a m 9 43 pm
11 28 a m 1 12i30am
u ;4 a m m'i .m a m
12 28 pm I 4 40 am
1 00 d in
1 35 p m J 7 00 a m
4 40pm 1 1 00"
Danville 10 00 a m 11 3() p m
Drakes Ur'ch 12 35 p m 1 04 a ra
Kevsville 12 51 p m J 3 04 a m
Burkeville 1 33 p m J 3 57am
Richmond 3 30 p m 7 00 a m
Lynchburg 12 55 p m
Charlotteville 3 15 p m
Washington, 8 30 p m
Baltimore 11 25 p ui
Philadelphia 3 00 a m
New York J-20 a m
2 (XI a m
4 10 a m
8 30 a m
10 03 a m
12 35 p ra
3 20 p ra
Daily except Sunday.
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
On Trains 50 and 51. Pullman Buf
fet Sleeper between Atlanta and New
lork. Cullman Sleeper Goldsboro and
Warm Springs.
On Trains oi and 53. a'ullman Huf
fet Sleeper between Washington and
Montgomery, Washington anil Augusta.
Pullman Sleeper between Richmond
and Greensboro. Pullman Sleeper be
tween Greensboro and Raleigh.
Through tickets on sale at principal
stations to all points.
For rates and information apply to
any agent of the Company, or to
E: B. THOMAS. C. W. CHEARS,
Gen'l Manager. A. G. P. A.
Richmond, Va.
J-AND SALE.
By virtue ofa deed of trust executed
to me on the lsth day of March, 1884,
by Mary N. Walker. I will sell to the
highest bidder at rublie auction at the
court house door iu Hillsboro, on Satur
day, Sept. 4th. issi;, tb tract of laud
about 2 miles south of Hillsboro. ad-
joining the lands of I. It: Strayhom.
Joseph S. Litta. Wm. Dickson, Paul C.
Cameron and others, containing l.U)
acr?s, more or less. v
Sale to take place at 12 oclock, m.
on day alxive mentioned
Term of sale : One-third cash, bal
ance in ! months.
Tliis Wh day of August. 1880.
W
GRAHAM.
Trustee.
It 1 1 O V V L
j now ocoupv my old stand on
K ni? Street, and am receiving a
" , - . , ,
new stock of seasonable ooods. con
sisting in part ot Dresa Goods of va-
nous kinds anU shades.
WHITE GOODS,
PRINTS, LAWNS,
GINGHAMS, Ac.
Also a Full Stock of Farmer's Hard
ware, such as
PLOWS.
HOES
PLOW CASTINCiS,
TRACES. H A M KS. Ac., Ac.
Full lines ot
FLOUR,
MEAL,
V' MEAT.
SUGARS.
TOFFEE.
MOLASSES,
RICE.
LARD.
To those who bay for CASH and
want goods low, toy bouse ia bead-
quarters.
..Respectfully,
J. K. JONKS
H
OUSE AND LOT FOR SALT.,
My Hou-e and It in fIlllbro con
taining live acres. Dwelling and all
necevAry outhouses.
Apply to
JAMES T. WHITTED.
A. JFllKHH: SUPPLY
OF
FAMILY GROCERIES
received daily.
Also
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS,
S!I0K.
HATS,
MOTIONS, ASt
which I ofter at lowrst price powlbtfi
Butter. Esrc. Chicken and all kltid.1
of country produce taken at highest
market price.
Come arid see me, and I will taif
pleasure lit showing Jrougood.
Yout- fHend.
1L I. PARtsIf,
At Berry Building
iORTBAlTi
MR. HARRIS THANKS the publlfi
for patronage and begs stt exatnW
nation of ids work.
IN" CRAYON PORTRAITURE
he continues to lead, doing faithful and
accurate work, as hundreds of persona
in dozens of States attest.. Hi PoTtralM
are in
PURE CRAYON,
(not on tiie solar print.) hence are morfl
artistic and permanent. The best ma
terials are used and gOod life-like por
traits result. His price, he claims art!
low lor the best work, ranging Jrom $10
for one-third life size, 12x16, W 30 fof
full life, 25x30. Made from any small
picture or
FROM LtFE,
Frames are lurnlsheU whefl desired at
lowest city prices.
PORTRAITS IN OIL,
Success in crayon means silcfCM lit
oil. as drawing is - the soul of painting
Mu. llAititish fully prepareil to paint
Portrait from life in oil or make thetrl
from other pictures. In both crayorl
and oil he promises-to please. Prices
for oil work are about Once arid a half
tfiosj for crayon work.
LANDSCAPES IN Oil
After a tour thiough a large extent of
Western North Carolina, sketching and
painting, he Is ready to fill orders for
tine oil Landscapes of much of onf
grand native scenery. Yof Subject.1
send tor a list.,
SKETCHING
tn Oil, Water Colors, or irj Pencil at
buildings, grounds and scenery execii
ted to order.
Artists Material always on hand.
Address, EUG EN K L. II ARRIS,
Artist, Raleigh N. C
1875.
HPHiNG St HU51ME11
MILLINERY GOODS.
THE VERY LATEST STtLES I
M
RS. MaXTI.E TAYLOR,
MILLINER HILLSBORO, N. O.,
U receiving her Spring and Summer
Millinery GoolA, Ac., Ac.
Also, a splendid stock of Whltfl
Oosls, Colored JiWns and Embrolilcm!
Dress Goods.
JEWELRY pretty and cheap.
NOTIONS a complete line.
Agent at Hillsboro lor the sale ol
BUTTER ICK PATTERNS.
f
NEW
HTORE I
GOOIJH ! I
T WOULD CALL THE ATTEN
I tion ot the citizens of Hillsboro ami
Orange Count)-, to my
STUCK OF NEW GOODS,
and respectfully solicit a share of rtreif
p4itronage.. It consists in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS.
SHOES,
HARDWARE,
V
GROCERIES, Ac,
whlcS I will sell IVT m thiS
U)WESTfw Cah, rrr prwmcs at It
full market value.
Try my Maud Tobaeco-
at 40 cents
My "Air Brake" Clgar-i
ceirts cigar i!7 town.
ft to tb fb.
-the bt 5
CrYCall arid me tssfore yu btry,
as I can save you money.
s.
My place of biiainex l In the brick
store on Chimon Street, betwettf tb
I two Drug Store.
A. A. SPRINOS,
HS?fboro,NC
FOtTTZ'8
HORDE A WO CATTLE POWDERS
j
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Ho Ik ni t3 am a Ccvic Bern cr Leas Tw
m. IX VcM.tr fcwlT as t4 ta tttn.
t tamr wja trniGtw i fm
i
tsA. twf rl
i WuLsn raw'! n rtrr tm iftmt
KTltl
i Dtmau m wiiVft Hon had CauM mn mt
rotrTT row am mm wlu mirm unwisn.
Sold Ttrrt-
savxo a. vovts. tw
BrTFor tale at HilUboro Vy Vr,
O. Hooker, Druggiit.

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