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orange county observer, j nii i s iVn v n r a u r I(fated APlH 30th 8a'8 : Tbe PresH A A. A MA IS J - - sV V- VJi ATURDAY. - May 5. t - JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor and 'Fuller, of Illinois, to be Cbiet Jus- Proprietor. Enured at the, Post Office at Hills borough, X. C, as Hccond class matter. 1 Tltr (jti nii' ijonnt'1 Observer is th; ol(:-;f jti';r p'li hlUhid ill the Count i, ami nji to AtlJ.-Wth, 1887, it'll (it, o;ii ji'ijf.r in the County for tt' past ecu years. DEMOCRATIC DISTRICT CON- VKNTION. A Cun(;tili"ri of the Democratic party of the Fourth (Jung regional Distiict will he held at Raleigh, on May ii, lkv, to nominate a can did ite tor Cong ess,, a candidate for District Elector, to elect two Dele gat oh to the National Democratic Convention and for other purposes. Hy oidcr of trie Committee. E. J. PARRISH, Chm'n Ex. Corn. 77; r.ATKST. .The Indiana Democrats have nom inated Courtland C. Matson lor (iov(;j nor. It is claimed that the Knights ol Labor have decreased in numbers a lull half million in less thin two years. (ten. Jos. E. Johnston has been unanimously elected an honorary member of a Philadelphia Post G. A. R.- luiucss failures during the past week, in the United States and Can ada, number li'Jo, agaiust l'J5 for previous week. f A notable surgical operation was performed in Philadelphia on Sun day ; the transplanting of a portion of the eye of a rabbit to the cyo of a human being. Internal revenue receipts during the. first nine months of the present liscal year aggregate S9,Si.'J,958, being an increase of So,8o2.7.3' over the corresponding period of last year. Bishop J. W. Hood of the colored ion Methodist Church of North Carolina in an address before the New York Conference advocated payment to the Southern people for the I os of J heir emancipated slaves. Further reports from the cold weather in Virginia represent that gteat damage has been done to the t.u.t crops, and that the -trucking in- teicd about Norfolk will hiistain a los'ol Horn one to two million dol - lar. mx cotton lactones are in progress of ..building in Spartanburg county, S. C. t v o big ones are being Jjuilt in Ai.dcrson, just across from the Gu rnvillo line, and one w nearly comt.ii led in tireenvilie. That ... .... makes ji total ol i.ine new factories beii!g built, in addition to eleven a! ready in operation, within forty miles ol ( i i Cenvillc ; The l'.csbvterv of Louisville ha delivered judgment against the pro- poM-d union ot the orthern atul Southern Vi csbyter i;ui Churches; e seiaratiotl of ll.O colore 1 people 11 into. tr araio .chute-hen, and the in- , , . lei pr etat i' n aid at t' cation ot the v tiiiMi.;i eo M i-Ur U ,:nv Willi I t-lcr-i.iv.o . Mi'iiiar ntwl pt'liiK'ji que tii't.-. air iho siumhlii biockn. M OTiL H HS J FinKXI), lsili's-i (. hild Uit-tlt llnv liiiwF Apples, . 5 to r, snoirnws laiur. lessens fewix, i THE PAINS ATTEND.. Umie'. 10 to LV 1NU IT! Chickens, 15 to -J.V CotTee, 15 to DIMINISHES THE DANGER Corn, 05 TO .LIFE OF MOTHER Fgs. m AN D CHILD. Seed Cotton. 2 1i' Flour, w barrel, $4 5 SHOULD HE USED A FEW Lard, lo MONTHS Hr.FORE CON- Lime, rock, 31.00 to SI 5f, 4TNEMENT. Meai, 05 - -Midasses, '25 to 00 iiStud for book "To Moth Oats, " 55 to 00 mailed free. Salt, 85 to SI. 5u Sugar, 6 to S ! El'.MnKl.i Rk.u L vToit Co., Syrup, 25 to r,0 Atlafna, Ga. ' Wheat x-- 0') I A dispatch from Washington City) dent baB sent the following nornina- Qn tQ t)(J Secate : Melville W. j tice of the United Slaters Judge Fuller is a native of Maine, ! and is a grandson of er-Cbiei Justice Weston of that State. He has, J however, been a resident of Illinois lor many years, and has attained a prominent place at tbe bar of Chi-; cago. He is a personal friend of the President and is well known in this jcity from his frequent visits here on business before the Supreme Court. He was not art, applicant, and has not been in. Washington since the death of Chief Justice Waile. From the Raleigh livening Visitor. TEACHERS ASSEMBLY. We have received a programme of arrangements for the fifth annual nession of the North Carolina Teach ers Assembly which takes place at the Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City, June l.'Jih to 29th next. In addi lion to the usual proceedings, during the session there wnl be special ex cursions to Fort Macon, Beaufort, the Light House, the Banks and New Berr.e. At the close of the sefsion thete will be a most enjoya ble excursion made to Nag's Head. Norfolk, Washington City, Balti more. New York, Long Branch, Coney Island, Boston, and, proba bly, Niagara, ' Martha' Vineyard, "up the Hudson," and, that vicioity. On this trip a dav will be spent at the National Capital while Congress is in session, including a visit to the White House and the President of the United States. Another inter esting feature of the session of the Assembly will-be an entertainment given on Monday and Tuesday even ings, June 18th and 19th by Frank Beard the great humorist. WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? Your stomach ol course. Why ? Because if jt is out of order vou are one of the most miserable creatures living. Give it a fair, honorable chance and see if it is not tbe best friend yon have in the end. Don't smoke in the morning. Don't drink in the morning. If you must smoke and drink wait until 'your stomach is through with breakfast. You can drink more and smoke more in the evening and it will tell ou you less. If your food fermeuts and does not digest right, it you are troubled witli, Heartburn, Dizziness of the heaP, coming up of the food after eating, Biliousness, Indigestion, or any other trouble of the stomach, you had best use Green's August Flower, as no person can use it without immediate relief.. Book Agent : How do you do, madam ? Will ydur dog bite ? Madam : Waal, I reckon he will. Book Agent : Would you have the goodness to speak to him ? Madam : Certainly. Sick 'im Tlge ; sick 'im. Harper's Bazar. BUCKLEN' S AllXICA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores. Tetter -Chan- I ,,ei Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and jail Skin Eruptions, and positively 1 cmes Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W j A. Hayes, Druggist. j - - - I rn.. T m j ium,1N lr.-icmmy :ls,si of unusual capacity, his mind ! mamma, why don t you have ! is judicial and his admirers helmv ! I. .W'U.vv.w. Ml VVJUi LI I I IVi-" I H ! 1... - ' ,"" f .1 r i i , - .uou.er: 1 nave .oaneu it toyouriTr , u,av . t. I till (mr I r 1,1ml lno nnc.i umIV. " I i ..... 4 s uuit, uia iiuou n nil. Brace Up. . ,. - Un.nti, ; i. ' x' , -.H-v.iv. pv.i, ;uu mi uui liCI CU j with Headache, you are fidgety, i Ilt,rvou3 3,111 tneraiy olJl i sorts,; ?m1 w:l,it UP- "face up,! lint lint With climnlinlu m.rimt m.) i(Mn,,rt ,. l t-. , fn seines, or . Dlllers, Which have foTj their basis very cheap, bad whUkv ! . i u i . , J" and wtuch slnuulate vou lor an hour. and then leave you in worse condi-; tion than before. What vou w ant . .i . II" is an alterative that will puiltv yaur ;U,,1. Man healthy action oi Ui.r ami lvidueyt, restore your vitalit V. : S've .renewed health and sirengm. .-ncn a meaicius you wu i Aweeiiiu Diutrs, 3110 only OU cents a bottle at V. A. Haves'; Dnnj J?tore. " " IIILLSiU)lIO MARKET. Corrected Week! 7. NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. The Knights of Pythias, of Ral- eigb, at a regular meetiug expelled Cross and White. About 300 colored people have lett Buncombe county lor California withiu tbe past two months. The 35th annual meeting ol the Medical Society of the State of North Carolina will be held In I'ay etteville next Tuesday, May 8th. New Berre Journal : 4,WTaa the still running ?" asked Attorney Bos bee of a witness yesterday. "No. sir, it was not running but makiDg whiskey." Durham Recorder : Our people are preparing to have a great to bacco exposition and railroad jubilee some time during the month of Oc tober. Dorhatn will seek to make it the greatest affair ever witnessed in North Carolina. There is now an almost unbroken line of the portraits of North Caro lina's Governors in the Snpretne C( urt room, but that of Governor Cabwell is lacking. If thare is any person in possession of any picture of him, or has any knowledge of where one can be had, it would be welcome intelligence. Communica tions on the subject should be ad dressed to Governor Scales. Graham Gieaner : Mr. Jacob A. Long, of Durham, has purchased the handsome home here lately owned bv uapt. Jas. a. uranam. lie is here now having the place set in or der and in less than a month will move his'Jamily here to live. Mr. Long and family will be a valuable accession to our town and comma nity and they will be heartily wel eomcd back to their first love the county of their nativity and their home uutil about ten years ago. Durham Recorder : Durham pre sents the name of Capt. E. J. Par risb tor the Democratic nomination for Congress in this district. He is a model gentleman of fine ability. A successful business man, identified with the tobacco interest,' one of the leading industries of the country, and beside a friend of4ho farmers, who has for years worked for their interest. The Recorder would like to see him nominated. He would ably represent us and would be cer tain of election. New Berne Journal : The Pro gressive Farmer insisig that Captain Alexander of Mecklenbug is the choice of the farmers for Governor, and that they will not allow him to $ay "second fiddle" to any one. An interview between a lawyer and far myr is published in which the latter says the farmers will staud by Alex ander, first, last and all the time not for any second place on any body's ticket, but for tbe head of the ticket for Governor. The Farmer's Alliance, while it is not a political organization will doubtless stick to j their man as long as there is any hope of making him the standard bearer Wilmington Messenger: Judge James E. Shepherd, who has just completed the spring term of the Superior Court, has won golden opinions from the members of the bar and others who were brought into official relations with him. It is understood that h;s friend are so much impressed with his ability and his eminent fitness tor the Supreme bench, that they will make an effort to secure him the honor lor which i,:., 1 : t! . i i m.. H'lioiueauons renoer mm so wor.thy. Judge Shepherd is pos I I. ..IJ 1, .1 . , " wouiu ana streng'n to tne ' m met :.. .U H vLMiiL iii me commonweaiin. personally is making no effort to wards securing the honor, and the eoursf if )iii friono 'in kfinYi... ; - ... h ii.iiu3 ill uilllji'i'ii IJIUi " . ' Wi Vfmioli 18 auogemer un- ! hOlICIt CU ! DYSPEPSIA. y l,hat; niifcry expertencod when wo sud- I denly become aware that we possess a TiaiHciiTal aIrr?u.,Lementc1,ed a Btmach. e st?ua is the reservoir from which er- fibre and tissue must be nouiiihed ZnUiiii9 vsrf ptics no two win haTe the same pre- u'iuiJ.antsyrupUm. Iyspepticsol active mcutat Kwcr and a blHnos temperament . S2h?,5XlSS: while the tkin and nervousare abandoned , irf ffiSTeTO'. k''ruiiu.Mi oiiemper. sp?ila may take, one irung is -rtaln. The underlying entire U in the L,I1EH, and one thin- more H euallv certain, no" one wi.l rciniiiu a dysjx-piic who -will It will correct Acidity of tha Stomach, Expel foul fases. a ia Allajr IrritaUoa, 4 Aaslst DlCf sUoa. and, at the sarnQ 3T tlruo Start the Liver to c or king, when all other trouble soon disappear. "Myw fe was a ccofinr.ed drsrrrt - Sea tzr-e years a- l.y ihc adv?.t f V W;"tr of Augusta, she was induced lo try S.ir.n-.ns Uvtr KeUaur I :1 grateful fjr the reli-f it has r,,rn her. a-Tui sy 1 ho read t- .;! are AKicted :a aw w-.e.ube S-.mwna hirer ReU, ,r arj 1 fl ccctiuent he, h w,!! U restored to all nho 2 be adv,ei -Wm.M. KiH. Fort Valiey. Gs. See that you get the Genuine, with red 2t fr?r.t cf Wrarjer. . H. ZEI1JN & CO., I MUUhia. Fa, a . whether chron c rr ether M y." IS Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength mid wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi tion with the multitude of low test. short weight, alum or phospnaie pow ders. Sold only in cans. Koyai.Ba.k-1 ISO POWDKII Co.. 10G YV:ill-st.. X. Y. Ttj firtit Soutbtrs Btxj fcr AS BOllELT ROUBLES, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, &c.v . Also CHILDREN TEETHINQ. Simple and Pleataat to Take. But tut few realiae tfc faot that la th Uttla yorpl huokle berry, or whortleberry, growta lo&sido our xnountalaa and hlVU. and waioh so, Biaay hT eaten In moat every aaapa, toar la a BiinetDla havlnz a wonderful effect on tha bowala. Zr. Blmra Eueklaberry Cordial la juat tbla la a ary eonoentrated and palatable form and la Chalara MorbUB.-Tna eating of preen or atale (fruit produoea fermentation In the etomach, whleh 1 reaulta lathe terrible Cholera SI or boa. Thla ooxdlal will neutralize the addlty of the etomaoh. CramD Colic It la aa Important to hare a afeguard acalnat thia audden attaak, aa agaiaat1 the robber that lnradea your home. vt. Hpn' Huckleberry Cordial la the weapon. I Cholera Infantum. Any child can take thla without the evil effects many mealclaea produce in. checking tho bowels too auddenly, revolting In ipaama. Keep the cordial la the house. Dysentery. Chronio or acute la considered one af the moat dangerous rtlacaawa that can afiaot the bowels, certainly the moat weakening. Thla Huckleberry Cordial will surely cure it. Dlarrhosa. Thia Cordial will check it gradu ally, not leaving the bowels in a constipated state aa many preparationao, ana will remove the la flammatlon from the bowela. Try and prove it. The) Teething Child. The wearied mother, losing sleep nursing tho little one wasting away from tho drainage upon ite system, should nee this Cordial, which will relieve it and without danger. It la Important that every hotj&zhoxj) should provide themselves with some speedy relief againat sudden and dangerous attawaa. A doae of iim cordial will relievo we pain ana aave nailing a physiclaa and thereby much anxiety. prepared by The W. A. TAYLOR Oo. AtlaaU. Oa. grioe 60 oeats a Dottie. doui Dy ail aruggiata. Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Bweet Oum and! Mullein will sorely cure Coughs, Croup and Con-1 sumpUon. 25c. 60c, and tl. a pottle at druggists. Try Taylor's Premium Cologne l3oiiioiiit Hill ISur?riet. POMONA, N. CV- T WO AND A HALF MILES WEST OF GREENSBORO, X. C. The main line of tbe Richmond & Danville Rail Road passes through the grounds and within 100 feet of the of fice. Sjal em trains make regular stops twice dai y each way. Those interest ed in fruit and fruit growing are cor dially invited to Inspect this the largest Nursery in the State and one of the largest in the South. Stock consist of Apples, Teach. Fear. Cherry. Plums. Japanese Persimmons. Apricots. Nec tarines. 'Mulberries, Quince. Gripes, Figs, Raspberries, Currants, Pie .Plant, English Walnuts, Chestnuts, Strawber ries. Roses, Evergreens, Shade Trees. &c. All the new and rare varieties 'as well as the old ones which n?y now (Cata logue lor lsSS will show. Give your order to my authorized Agent, or otder direct from the Nursery. Correspond ence solicited. Descriptive Catalogue tree to applicant.'. Address, J. VAN. LINDLEY. Pomona, Guilford County,, N. C. dfReliable SaleMnen wanted in every County. A good paying commis ! sion will be given. " IN O T I C E ! Having qualified as Administrator j upon the estate of Annie Allison, de ceased. ' notice is hereby given to all j persons indebteu to said" estate to make ! immediate payment, and all person j having claims against said estate must i present them, duly authenticated, with i in the time required by law. or this no tice wia Of pleaded in bar of recoverv. This 3Uth day of March. JAMFS NORWOOD. Administrator. JQR. J. sPUKGEON, DENTIST, lUllMboro, IV. O. tOftice next door to Dr. Hooker's j Dru Store. Open every day. 1 BUY "OWL" BRAND TOBACCO FOR SALE AT G. OHEIt At 8SOIN COMPANY'S SPECIA'L COMPOUND "FOB TOBACCO. Ileliable'jn its manufacture. SPEC A L attention given to tbe ma?i. ufacture ot every pound. Standard Profitable in its results. IIa been Virginia and North Caroliua ior K care'aod management, it insures you BACCO. Try it this year if you TOBACCO. None better ou the sanoVol- planters who have usetl it V FOK C. M. PARKS, Hillsboro, N. C. F. R. WARREN & CO., Proppect Hill, N. C. D. WK. Hurdle's WAGON MANUFACTURERS, SALEM, N. C. CdgT Acknowledged to PRICES. be tbe A. W. GRAHAM, A1T0RN EY-AT-LA W, IIlLLSBOKO, N. C. Praetief in Countl of OranT". Dur ham. Person, Granville and Caswell. AMES B. MASON, ATIORN EY-AT-LA W. Chatkl Hn.i.. N. C. Practices in the State Courts. and Federal tss-i ,,r ri..;mu v-...,.. Caes a specialty land, prosecuted. VjH viincviiwii yJ i iiiiiu3 iitiu ir:,i;iiu" War taxes paid on Send receipts. Jxo W. Graham. Thos. lit r vis. HAM & RUFF IN, i ATi'ORN LYS-AT-LAW, IIlLLSBOKO. X. C. y Practices in the Counties of Ala mance, Caswed, Durham. Gmllord. Rtickingham. I'erson and Orange. ! s AMUEL M. GAIT IS, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, IIlLLSBOKO, N. C. Will practice in Orange and adjoining : Counties. ollection of claims r rompt- ' lv attendel to. Office In the onrt iloue in the room lately occupied by A. W. Grahrm. ALE OF LAND. I Bv virtue of an order of the superior ! Court of Orange County to me oireeV-d i in the ca-e of Louise Swain v-. Ella 'Atkinn aad Ixi Atkife. I will dl to j the higbe-t bidder, on the 4th lfy of i June, lvv. in Inuit of Dvid Mc- ! Caulev tore in Cbap'i inn." m " : land iii Chape! Hill. bundel on rorth bv Ro-emarv street, on K.uth by frank- ! lfn street, and on the east by the lot of Mrs. Salina Thompson, coutaimng one acre more or less. . I Term-: One-third cash, balance w G ! months. r i I Tub 20th day of Apil. IvjS. JAMES B. MASON, CoraraisiicMer. A IV 13 GRAIN. HILLSBORO BY CHINP Ac CAMERON, CENTRAL WAREHOUSE. just the same. Q'tick in its action. ummI sucressftdhj by the farmers of thirty years. Ky proper cultltation, a crop of FINE YELLOW TO- want a crop of GOLDEN IJRIGIIT market. We refer you to the thou- year after year. SALE KY JUIi.N ij. MA1(JHA.M, Du? bam N. C. . E. LONG & KKO, Busby Fork, N. C. RICHMOND, Milk, N. C. best. WRITE TO THEM FOR HALK OF VALUABLE PKOPEHTY. o N TUESDAY. MAY 8th. 1SS. the premises, I will olfi r for .-a In tinder Miithorilv of a mortgage cx iitd to mtr on the 'Jlix day of July. by Dr. James F. Cain and wife Julia E. Cain, and D. C. Park, and duly legt tered in the ollh-e ff the RpKi''r of Deeds of Orange County, July IX 1 '!. a tract of land ii both sides of the road from Hilllxro to CxJord. and now ly ing in the counties of Durham an Or ange, known a- ""Hard Seiabbb-." th? I late residence of Dr. James F. Ciu Pirl t oVT "ccupieu uy .uir. r. v juj. . i . .i v. .. r . L t Jr.. aii'l j . . . . , . . , , t'UUUU Wlllg 111 lllV IIUI,L U ai- MUi. Fourteen Hundred Acre. Sale at 11 a. m., and t'-ri&s CASH. The tract will I sold areording to i plot heretofore m.de and wlii. N can be j seen in hands of Jaioe F. Cain. Jr.. be 1 fore sale, showing the mb-diviiou of ! i,. . This 2nd day ot April. 1. C. M. PARKS. Triwie. 100 CHOICE FLOWERING PLANTS BY EXPKEftS FOR 3.W. Send 10 writ for 1 earh TUBEROSE ( and GLADIOLUS, and BAlTYINfAN W1LI)VV, r.pon wbidi the hrr wer; hung-wt; the Bibl.) Fr hy call. 50,0Ui PUnt-i at low ra.e-. Prke LU: ready M. R. CATL1N. Richmond, Va. 723 laurel S i ; j tt ; J- WILLIAM LYNCH, DENTIST, Durham, IS'. J. CST'Omce in the Parish building vu Maiiguiu Strrrf t.