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f II I L LfcjlJH) RO U GII, N . C -A TCRDAY. Jim: ?,ih isss. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor and j Proprietor. . Entered .it tlie Post Office at HillH-j borough, N. C, as second class! matter. 1 - ! i 7'': Ordiifj? Count; Observer ? obh.'st fi'ipcr jiiiblishul hi thf- (fouxfi, ami ii h Awj. Wth, 18s" W.S- tlif (uiin ,,nt r n thf ( nn,t n I for tlx-jit mn n 'ifi-nr?,. ' The renominatiou by acclamation of Hon. John S. lit nderson for Con .,rtu iV, r . , -,i Tv . , , gress lrorn the j th J Jisli i:t, was a , , . ,. - deserved component. . ' The Wirrmii 'ion Stnr savs : The hurplus in th"treas'ury is iccreasing at the rate of 8100,000,000 a year. These figure represent the great sum of money that is taken away yearly from the people for nhich there is no need It is unconstitu tional and unwise to do thi-. Free men, what will you do about it? Tim National RupubPcm Con venlioo at Chicago after being in ession hix davs, completed its work Monday. On the th ballot Gen. llcnjamiu Harrison, of Indiana, wa nominated for President. Hon. Levi P. .Morton, of New Yoik, was nom inated for Vice President. Roth nominations were made in animous. Leading Democrats j)rononnce it a weak ticket. The Notification Committee ac companied by the membeis f the National Democratic Cummittee ami the Cdumbia Democratic Club of the District of Columbia, went to the White House, Tuesday, and no tified President Cleveland of" his re nomination. Mr. Cleveland in a few remarks accepted the nomina tion, and said that he would in due time signify such acceptance in the usual formal manner. Mr. Thurman was also waited upon at his home at Columbus, Ohio, and notified of his nomination for Vice President. VANCE'S LATEST JOKE. Fiom the Wilmington Messenger. When Senator Beck rcmirked the other dav that certain remarks ad dressed to him by Senator Vance went in .one ear and passed out through tho other; our Tarheel wit was equal to the oecasion. "I will explain to Mr. Reck why tiis is the rase," he repliet. "The Senator has not hmi! tiei ween his ears. When Vance g-ts left in a clafh of wit iheie will be icebeigs in the Cape Fear ri er. ''When I was leaving for Europe n few days ao with- my v. I!e," said William G. Deshler, a wealthv banker and Republican ot Colum- blis, Ohio -J t'f 4. VV'lll.-g'WIItlVlil till. I.. 1 Hil'lnLtiitliiMnt tit.. otlu-r il n , "1 h;ni(lel .Imbje Thur- l. '.. i ...... .... i III. Ill , iri.ll, n M'II II li .1 I I I I I I I - aiMI ( sanl : 'It I sIk iiKI meet with uov a-I culent I want " v.m i h i v the set- Ilinir no . in v est ale.' There is no! i - other man living', Dcmociat r lie-VV' Haiuls, Ch.ilblains, Corns, anl publican, whom I wuuhl trust toja!' lSlri Eruptions, an-1 positively that extent, hut I know thai j t'Utes Piles, or no pay require.. It .ImL'e Thiii man's hands my pronertv ! 's Sarantee.l to give perfect satis- ou;i le perlecuy - sa.e 1 am a li'ef.ublii an, an l exi-et to vote agaitist ,lu.Po Thiirrnan, Imt no Im man being ean Mieees.-Iuiiy assail his lioncr or his integrity.'' AN V'X PLAN AT I ON. What is this '"nervous tionble" iih vvl.ieh so many sem n w to be aiVi:t''i ' It you will n n emher a t:w ye'.it a-o ihe w.n l M.ilana was om i ar i'. i v m v u; know ii, to-, lav H i I T is ns i-on; tr.on s- a tv w. t.l it: the l'.n!ih language, i t;i s vr.l 1 eovets only t!ie meanniii ot another uonl iist-ii bv" our fotel atliers in I tims p:it. So it i will nervous. fisease. a they au.l Malaria are in len.fe.l t eovt-r what our :ranJ. I fathers ealle.l 1 iioum s-, am ail are ! caused by troubles that arie from aj diseased condition ot tie Liver I winch in performing its lincnons1 finding it cannot dipopc of ti e hue lh'Ui:b the oiainary etar.n ;! is com- pel'.cd tt pas-i ii .:V through the s s- teni, lem, causing nervous troubles, Ma-: laria, IMiou Fever, etc. You w ho 1: are fullering can will appreciate a cure. c rec 'nauictni tireen s August Flower. Its cures are mar- j vclous. ! r;:ori.i: Who Tr..vi l. .Change of climate or water verv often atleet iho towels seriou-lv. If on the first symptom of any dfs- lurbante you would lake Dr. Big- jjort. Huckleberry Cordial much suf- lfering oiibt be eatd CAMPAIGN GUNS. A SEJUES OF GRAND DEMON'STRA- ticks to be held at va rious places. Rooms State Democratic ) Executive Committee, f Raleigh, N. C, June, 1S8 There will be -rand torchlight I Cleveland Fowl Club nrr,r.ss oris latthrf following nlaces at each of which will be present the candidates j on the State ticket, the Presidential j Electors, our United States Sena tors and Congressmen and other dis I tintruished, North Carolinians : I Wilmington, Monday, July Oth. New Rerne Wednesday, July 11. (ioldsboro, Friday, July 13th. Favettevilie. Monday, July lGth. Raleijjh, Wednesday, July lfetb. Greensboro, Friday, Jnly 20th. Charlotte, Monday, July 2od. Asbevilie, Wednefday, July J5lh. The railroads ol the" Suite have hren asked tor reduced rates tor pernons attending ihese ratification ! meetings, and no soon as the rales ! have been agreed upon they will be I announced. i The chairman of the executive i . . . , t ;commitifO ot the county m which j lu.se lorchiiglll processions are, to I be ha will take immediate charge and direction of the necessary prepa rations. SPIER WHITAKER, Chairman, &c. Democratic State papers please op'- A census of Raleigh has been taken and its population found to be 13,000, ot which 0,307 are whites and C,00o colored, but there are 1,7 -H adult white males and oidy 1,010 colored. CURE OF CANCER AND UL OERS. Judge T. 0 McLendon writes to I the Swift Specific Co. : "About three years aC- Jerrv -Bradley had a can I i' . I ceious soie on uis race, near me mlit eye. it caused turn a tr'eat deal of' pain, and he lost the sight o the eye, but was finally cured by the use of Swilt's Specific. Ihis case is well known m Wilkes county, Ga., where he lived.'' Mr. L. Cox, of Arkabutta, Tate Co., Miss., writes : 4,I suffered a great deal from old ulcers for years Your medicine was recommended, and after UMftg six hotlles was com pletely cured. Your medicine does even more than you claim for it. 1 have known it to cure cases which were thought hopeless." Mrs. A. M. Goldsmith, No. 674 Warren St., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes : "I commenced using S. S. S. about three years ago. I hud suffered much with a sore throat for over a vear. I used a great many other remedies with no good results. My little girl, also, had sore fingers it com menced from the quic, and then the naiis would come off. We doc tored her for over two years, and wheu I began using S. S. S. I thought I would see what it would do lor her. I am thankful to say that it entirely cured her. It is the best remedy I know ot for the blood. I really believe it was the means of saving my life. The doctor told me I had a throat disease similar to General Grant's. I cheerfully re commend it t" all suffering from disordered blood. Treatise on IMooil and Skin Dis-! eases maiUii free. Tin; Swift Specific Co., Drawer Atlanta, ba. I iiucK lks's Arnica Salvk. Tl ie Iicst Salve in the worhl for (,,lts. lruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt i t t i i . ... letim, fever Sores, letter, Chan- 1 ! . . . Kieuon, or money reUiiule.t. Price -." eents per box. For sale by A. Hayes, Druggist. TEACHKRS' INSTITUTE. An Institute for the white teach ' 'is of the Countv will be hold m ! i Ilillsboro, beginning on the 1st Mori-1 ;day in July and continuing through! the week. All teachers now leach j ! ing. or expecting to apply forcer- ititicales in leach, in the public! schools of The County, are required. ! by law, to attend the Institute. The; exercises uiil bo public, and all who! eel an interest are united to attend.! J. L CriililK, j County Superintendent. j IIILliiOUO MARKET. Corrected Weekly Appl of. Beeswax, Butter.' (Thickens, 1 : l.V! 8 to j 17 12 to 'J-J I llH Sl.niM Sl.Ou to si -H V t 70 '25 to 0o i 5 J ! to si.r.oi , . i t) to S ; 25 to 50 j SO to 00 1 Collee, Corn, Seed Cotton, Flour, per barrel, Lard,' : LiuieT rock, iMeai. Molasses, Oats, Salt, Suar, j Syrup' ; Wheal NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. In North Carolina 62 miles of railroad track have been laid' since 1st January last. Wilmington Star : Colonel J..W. Alspaugh, President of the Board of Trustees, of Trinity College, P3ys the prospect of endowment is very encouraging lie says mere are tOUf new X ruiOMO.o. -rS. r- Winston Dally : The arranpe- merits for the Fourth of July cele- bration are progressing in a mosi satisfactory manner. We are going to have a big time, folks, and we want everybody to come and help us celebrate. In Guilford County there are only seven candidates for the office of Register of Deeds: s.ir for Sheriff, and three townships yet to bear, from. The Patriot notes this and says there is room for more. -A Winston gentleman baa informed the Greensboro Daily Patriot that a child was born in rorsyth a lew lays since with triple lips. Should that child grow up its capacity for ,.!iltinti would be unexcelled. , r, . , . f t.nariOtte nroniCie : A Pa'r "' very lar;e watermelons, packed in boxes that wer wrapped in the national colors, passed through the city last Sunday evening for Wash ington. 1 he boxes were addressed to President Cleveland, and were sent him bv ome enthusiastic ad mirer in Augusta. The melons weighed fifty pounds each, and doubtless created a sensation on their arrival at the White House. "Washington Progress : On the receipt of the Governor's warrant ordering the execution of W. A. Potts. Jr., on the 13th ot July next, the Commissioners ordered the Sheriff to place a guard over the jail at night, and also to erect an enclos ure adjoining the prison for the pur pose of conducting the execution privately. There seems to be some doubt yet as to ihe " execution ot cPotts. Large petitions have been sent from this place to the Governor asking for a commutation of his senV tence to imprisonment for life in the penitentiary. So far as we an learn i i i -, , these petitions have been signed out of sympathy for the relatives and f. ieuds of rotts. Duiham Recorder: On July 4th, 1875, Scott Partin, of Wake county, murdered his wife . and child, cut their remainsup and put them in a bag. Scott was suspicioned. He fled but was seen several limes in a swamp near where he lived. The whole section ot the country turned out in search for the brutal fiend. A larg reward was offered, both by the State and the friends of the mur dered woman, but no further clue could be gathered as to his hiding place. Wo learu from the Neves Observer, that he was Saturday night arrested, fully identified and brought to lialeigh, and lodged in jail until his trial. There is no doubt about its being the genuine Scott Partin. The Raleich correspondent of the Richmond Whig says : Prof. Shelly, who has for some weeks past been examining the deposits of iron ore in the Danbury section, has made surprising discoveries. Hundreds ol feet of heds of the finest magnetic ore have been uncovered, varying in thickness from two to eight feet. Some is si; near the surface that miners may throw it up with shovels. The ore looks iust like freih bars of slee'- Interest ami sne excite- merit is manifested over the King's Mountain tin m:n. It looks as though it wiil be a gigantic tiling. Four shares nf SI. 000 each were sob last week to Professor LeDnc of i New York, and Professor Fur in'n of Texas, for 69,000. These gentlemen are mineral experts and agents tor a Northern mining syndi cate. Twenty laborers are now ex cavating in tunnels, and washing is being done to determine the quality or the tin. Professor Furman is in charge i,t i lie work. DYSPEPSIA. IS that niisory experienced when we sad .l' liiy ifoimo aware that we possess a dialKMea! aiTanircment called a stomach. Ihe btoinach ithe reservoir from which ev( ry fif re an l tissue must be nourished a rid any tr ublo with It is soon fel t throuKh ont tlie whole system. Among a dozen nyspt ptics no two will have the same pre-rt--niinantH.vr.ipt.. ins. DypepUcsotactiva mtutal i..wer and a bilioua temperament are sub, ,-ct t hick HeadachV; those. anPhlesmatic have Const paUon: whne t he tfc in and nervousare abandoned togloomy forebodings. medvsDontica are w.,derfully ietrTthena2 great irrttabiiity of temper. D W hatever fo-rn lysiep6ia mav tate one thing is -rtaln, . 7 toKe The umlcrlyinf cause is in the JLIfEMt, and one thin- m.,re i equally certain A one win remain a dyspeptic who will It will Acidity of th Stomach, Expel foul gsici,. Allj IrritUoo, Asit Digestion, and, at the same JS time Start the Liver to working, tchtn all other trouble soon disappear. "My wife ; wife was a confirmed dyspeptk. Seme ears tylseaJne ot" Ir. S-r. c4 she was reduced t j try S:sscr Iir ir.rre years Kcst.r I teci grzieU firth- r-!:ef it has K"r-r,i w.ho "ad " E..c.fu:a sny way, wa-hcr throw c rr other be .mu. -W m. M. Kersk, Fcrt V-Iley, Ga. See that you get the Genuine, ':h red Z on frost cf Wrapper. rEFD CVIT V J.H.ZEILINACO.. I-lIiUdeiphi, Ta. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies, A marvel nf miritv .strength and whole More economical than the ordiuarv omeness kinds. and cannot he sold in eompetl- lion wiui tne muititiuie ot low test. UWUvpiaht nlum nr rWnn..i tw.vv. Mors. Sold onlu Ui can. Ivai. Bak- ixa rONVHEn Co.. 10G u all-r.. a. Y Tki fireat Southsrn Remedy for All B0 WELT ROUBLES, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, &c, Also CHILDREN TEETHING. Simple and Pleuant to Tike. Bat reiy few realiao ths tact that in the little purple huckleberry, or whortleberry, crowing alongeldo our mountains and hills, and which ao! many have eaten In most every shape, there is a principle having a wonderful effect on the bowels. Sr. Biffgr xs Huckleberry Cordial la just this In a very concentrated and palatable form and Is GREAT Airs WOiTOEbfUI EEBEDY. ChOlara Morbus.-Tueoatiiig' of green orstale fruit produces fermentation in the stomach, which results In the terrible Cholera Morbus. This cordial will neutralise the acidity of the stomach. cramp vouo- u uuiioruu wSbuax-d eint uu luddea attack. Cramp CollC It la as important to have a as against: Lh robber that invades tout home. Sr. Bieera" Cholera Infantum. Any child can take this without the evil effects many medicines produce in; checking the bowels toe suddenly, resulting- in ipaams. Keep the cordial in the house. 1 Dysentery. Chronio or acute is oonaiderod one of the most dangeroui diseases that can afflfet the bowels, certainly the most weakening-. This Huckleberry Cordial will surely cure it. Diarrhoea. Thia Cordial will check it gradu ally, not leaving the bowels in a oonstipated state as many preparations do, and will remove the in flammation from the bowels. Try and prove It. The Teethlns Chlld.-The wearied mother. losing sleep nursing the little one wasting away from the drainage upon Its system, should use this Cordial, which will relieve it and without danger. It Is Important that eveby household should provide themselves with name speedy relief against sudden and dangerous attacks. A dose of tola Cordial will relieve tne pain and save calling a nhrsioiaa and thereby mnoh anxiety. Prepared by The W. A. TAYLOR Co., Atlanta, Ga. Price OO cents a oocue. cxtiaoyauaruggists. Taylor's Cherokee- Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein will sorely euro Coughs, Croup and Con sumption. 25c, 60c, and tl. a bottle at druggists. Try Taylor's Premium Cologne j Pomona Hill ?iiirsericH, ? POMONA, N. C. rpwo AND A HALF MILES WEST OF GREENSBORO, N. C. The main line of the Richmond & Danville Kail Road passes through thf grounds and within 100 feet of the of fice. Salem trains make regular stops twice dauv 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 ot tin largest in the South. Stock consists of Apples, Peach. Pear. Cherp Plums. Japanese Persimmons. Apricots, Nec tarines. Mulberries. Ouined G nines Figs. Raspberries: Currants. fiMe Plant, huglish Walnuts, Chestnuts Mrawber ries, Roses, Evergreens. Shade Trees, &c All the new and rare varieties :is well as the oltl ones which rvy new Cata logue for 1SSS will show. Give your order to my authorized Agent, or order direct from the Nursery. Correspond ence solicited. Descriptive - Catalogue tree to applicants. Address, J. VAN. LIXDLKY, Pomona, Guilford County, XL C. E5r"Reliable salesmen wanted in every County. A good paying commis sion will be given. N O T 1 C E Having this day been appointed Ad ministrator upon the e.-tate of Alexander Pratt, deceased. I do hereby give no tice to all persous indebted to said es tate to come forward and make prompt payment, and to all persons having claims against the same to present them iu the lim prescribed by law or this notice will be pleaded in bar thereof. This l."ith day of May, IsSS. JAMES NORWOOD, Administrator. SPCEGEON. DENTIST, llill-ili-o, IV. C tOtilee nKt door to Dr. Hooker's Drugstore. Open every daj-. ID"-J-s- J . L . S PIANOS: Emerson, Kranich & Bach, Harrington, Schubert, New England. J. L. STONE. TIIE BEST PIANOS in the world for the money. - PRICES FROM $190 TO $000. I CAN BEAT NEW YORK ON PRICES. I have jnst returned from the North, wbero I urchased the tarcest stock of Pianos and Organs ever in of standard makes and fully guaranteed. Soliciting your correspondence, I l ours Raleigh, N. C, Jane 10th, 1S88. OVKKAKEU A cheap, durable and efficient tether, in .which the part are arranged to pre vent the animal lrorn becoiniu e.ntanuied in the tie rojw. is iltu-l rat-d herewith and has been patented by Mr. W illiam Uveraker. ot llill-hormigh , N. C 'i h post is braced bv pioperlv arrmged guy rnp. and to it- i.j.per -nd i bolte.l a bracket with tubular socket within which ;. ei u. al standard i. held. I heupper end of the standard is slotted, and in the slot is pivotally mounted beam, nor mally upheld by a spring secured to the st.mdaid. ami arranged to haea certain amount ot plav in a stinup-like loop carried by the beam. A we.irlit i- atfache.l to the i-hort end ol the beam, while to the long arm is secured a -hackle by which a tie rope is attached to the beam, leaving the animal lice to gi a..- auyw beje about the post within a radius equal to the combined length ot the rope and the loii" arm of the beam, the slack of the rope being taken up a the animal ad vances toward the pot. by the elevation ot the tree end of ihe long arm ot ihe beam by the spring and weight. Jt de.-iied. the s-pring m ,v be dii cum J with ant' the weight alone employed, there biting ililten ot hj.i-miih- in th.-beam through which the pivot bolt miv be pased ior pmpeity L.daui lug the beam. Township, County and Statu Ru;iits ku Sam:. Add'rew, WILLIAM OVER A KER. Uillsbjro, N. C. GEORGE IHSSJEIV Ac CO., WAGON MANUFACTURERS, SALEM, N. Acknowledged to be the PRICES. AMES B. MASON, ATTORN EY-AT-L A W. Chai'KL Him.. N. C. Practices in the State and Federal Court.. C3f Collection of Claims and Revenue Cases a specialty. ar taxes pan! on land, prosecuted- Semi receipts. Jno. W. Graham. Thos. Kufhs. G GRAHAM & RCFFIN, ' A1TORNEYS-AT-LAW, IHLLSIiOFO S. C. . Practices in the Count ie - of Ala mance, Caswed. Durham. Guilford, Rockingham, Person and Orange. s AMU EL M. GATTIS, A1TORNEY-AT-LAW. HILLSr.ORO. N. r. Will practie- iu Orange and adjoining Counties. Collection of claim- j rompt lv attende! to. Otiie in the ourt Hou-e in the room lately occupied by A. W. Gralu'm. A. W. Graham. R. W. Winston. Q.RAIIAM Jc WINSTON, A1TORNEYS-AT-LAW, OX FOR IN S. C. Practices in the Count "e.s of Gran ville, Orange, Per-on and Durham. D R. WILLIAM LYNCH, DENTIST, 13 iifti ii in, IS". J. CSf Office in the Parish builJrn on Mangum Street. TON E . Kimball, Miller, New Kngiand, Irid.;eport, this Slate. These' instruments are all remain, respectfully, J. L. STONE. STOCK TlSTHKlt. C. best. WRITExTO THEM FOR WHISKEY. I A M N W M A N i; F A CTl R I N I A pure ai tii 'c of COi: N A N I W 1 ! K AT W II f S K 1 ; Y, . tji;lt j (.r for ;d;' at the following price : CORN, per gallon. WHEAT. $1 . "2. Ml. I only manufacture lUItI WHISKKY, made bv open furnace heat, b- ing tlo besl process; known f'r purity aai flavor. SUrt-d businr January lllb. 1".. with only f'evo. C5TWH ITT ED'S SIN CFRED TO BACCO at co.-t. JAMES A. CHEEK. Hill-ooro, N. C. J3RIVATE BOARDING I!OlE. You can get good lioanl by the dir. wfk or mouth, hy applying at ecod dtor we-t ot Lynch V jeweirv -tore. HENRY RICHARDS, JR. T HE WEEKLY NEW.? AND Ott- SERVER Thc Weekly Nnrs nrui iri,r - . :ig ways the U-n aper ever pubhhpi Nortli Carolina. Il i- a . re,U: U the oideaml to the Mnte. 'He- ion; in peoo should take a niide in it. It .-lj'u!d li in everr tamtiy. It Is Zilt , paper, -h'H-k full ol the b-i mt- r reading matter. nes market rej.r!.-, and all that. You riiiwt t without it. Prict- 1.2 a M ar. W e wil! luniWi the Weekly .Vcu arid of wrrer until Janu-iry 1M, lvrA Kr fi. bend tor sample copy- Address NEWS ANDOUSERVER 0..