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.orx TY OP.SEKVKR. II J L LSI5 O 1 O U d II, N . C .-A'l I'liDAY. h i.v 14. lV-. JOSKIMI A. IIAKKIS, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Post Office at Hill borough, N. C, as second class rn.'itt cr. 1 j 'UL r' i V ''" O.-'tn'jK !-ii, i if Ohwrrer i j ii'hn.r i mil ishid In tLi' (.'',,',, it,,,! ,,,, to A'l'j. I IA. 1 7. i ir i is ,' on '. ';. in the County COUNTV DKMOCIVI IC CON VKXTION. The Deuiociatic Convention of Oranjie County will be held at the Court Houj-e in Hillsboro, on Satur day, Aii!"Jt 11th, 1SS, lor the pur pose of nominating a candidate for the Lei.slature, candidates for the Count v ojliees and electitJ" deicate" - OCT to tin- S natoriaI Convention. The Chairman of each Townshiy Execu livi' Committee is lecpiested to cab a 'l'ov nhip ( 'on vention on Satur lay, A'iim 4th, rSH. lo elect le!e 'ates to the ('ouuty (,'on vention. lly order cf the Executive Coin mittee : S. M. (J ATT IS, Chm'n. A sliirhl shock of eaith'piake wa lilt at varioiH points, in Ontario on the niglit of the Sib insf. U is believed that after a definite understanding with Rut-sia has beel staMi.Nhed, the Fmperor will pro pose that, the Euroj can powers ic duce their armaments. The Ohio deli-gales to the Chi Ciigo Convention are indignant at b -Lng Uh.ses.se4 1 f,r the expenses ol maintaining Sherman's headquarters- timing the Republican gathering. and nay they will not pay lu the absence of President at d Mrs. Cleveland, the wile of E President' Polk "touched a button' at hr home near Nashville, Tenn.. On W'4li culay, July 4th, nnd the tireat Cincinnati Centennial Exposi tnn was stai teil, machinery and all The American Party of Califor nia, in session at San Francisco. Ju'y Gth, elected delegates to the National Convention, ami a resolu tion was atlopted pledging the sup poll ot the Convention to'Abrarn.S llewitl, o! New York, if he will ae eept the inclination f.r the cflice ol J'u-.-i.U-M ll is .stated tliat the St-naie will prepare a tantt' bill, which will be vinp'ie; e.l in ten la)s; the strength- n.ii;' :inl i, v-rv at ion"' of 'he pn tective syscm will be kept in view, a nl it will le so fian.ed as to i t -lure ;he l-i-vei.ues seventy lo C'llhtv mil i.n.-, mciu ling tl.e ab'dition et tin trdacet tax, al! special ta.ve, ami that. in spului us Injuor ued in the arts. Ti e South Canlina ContVderati pension list now fot up aS- u l,vi1''. .t for each pensioner pei n.onih it lequires about S 1 i0, J0t I 't-r ar:nuin li eiynll of the pensions The Legislature only :ijpropriated S.il,0"o lur the purpose, and. the law will have to be ametided at the next ci-i'Mi s, 0 rxebub' many from its j r isior ,.r the appro; riaiion- wnl have to h.! n ereai- Tl.e lit teri-t.iise d!-l iibth- ho adopted Tv vim ev ,Tiov KAA ni- Win- in t i "m-rxout trouble1' wi'li which iii-my ru n w to be a'Hi. t- d ' It y.u will remember ai tew vt ars a t be w .i!l .i l. ll i: W3 i . , , - , (umi a' a'lvt !v unknot ii. to l.iy n, 1 ! i i.- as eoii:ioo;i ;h anv wrd n: the 1 . r . . .-. , 1-.m::'"!i lanji iltc. vet ttu word coe! er.'.v the i!ie-ii.:e, 4t . nriotner H'linl ii!- 1 by t.-ii 1 vieiith'is i?i liui-s i a-i. So it is uuh nervous diease, a they aid .Malar;. i ire m.jt' ni:ihtii iroe. te;ided t e-'ver whit our Tind.! 11 L W1FT Si'KCI Fic Co., Drawer lathe rs c.d'eil lli'.i"Jn-S". and all are Atlanta, Ga. cause! by tr'iibles thai arise trom a r -. diseased " condition ot the Liver!" L'CK LEX'S AiiNU" SaLVK. whh in p4r'rming its fitetious! The lesi Salve in the world "..t Il.i-iit.r it cannot dispose ol the bile i Cut, llruisv, Surc-s, LTlcei, a'.i throiitih the ordinary i hantiel is e .nn- Ivheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chap ' peiled l4 piss it oil' through the sys- ped Hands,' Chilblains. Corr.s. at;d tern, causing neivous inxib'ns, Ma- a ' Skin Erup'tians. anj positively lana, Ihliou Fever, etc. You wiio'cuies Files, or no pay required. It arc sulb'iing well appreciate a -guaranteed lo give perteet satis- cur. We recomtneml Green's laciiun. or money relnuded. Vrice August Flower. Its cires are mar- -; cents per box. For sale bv W. GIVING IT UP. Tin: Republicans Virtually Give U p t jie Co n test. From Wilmington Star. Hon. I). L Hussed, in convera ate Justice of the Supreme Court on ; v ou rv in the Republican State ticket ; and - e lieket ; and, ; 1 . . . - furthermore, that in hie letter ot , I IMP .cut-. "j declination -he will advise the with- lo draw3l ot the entire State ticket, and i that a coalition be formed with the! Pioliibitionihts. ! He 'gave it as his opinion that it ; would he futile for the Republican - 'lloV J 7 t i V T nerwho has been confined to borne s- o the .V'r. said that he had no hes- mer uo u, . ,a : nation in Mvm'' that he will decline ; liraus ... - A , i- : el to 13V Wlin iaraiM. a n - -to accept the nomination lor Asoei : v 1 -, - ' - r ,il-11.on-ia ftf . ohn common with thousands oi U any to make a campaign in this j Slate, and that the approaching elec ; lion would be a walk-over tor the i Democrats. ''In the first place,'' he iid, "they (the Republican) cannot j win : :n;d in the second, it thev ! 'ould, they would be counted out." He thinks that if a coalition is form ed with the Prohibitionists it will break the color line and in this way, perhaps, lead to Republican success hereafter. ''Rut," ho added, "if a Chinese gong campaign is inaugura IimI, with joint diboiifsions between Fowle .net Dockery, it will result,! pioiiamy in a tnajorny oi tor the Democratic ticket.'' DURHAM NOMINATES. II Cr'oiNTV .Convention' YV.s TEKDAY AND THE TlCKET SlIE Placed in the Field. Dukiiam; N. C, July 7. To-day has been a big one with the Demo- eiatiu party in lJuiham. J 11. liuun, at 11 o'clock, sp4ke to five humlred Democrats in Stokes Hall. He has vim and will make a fine canvass throughout the district. Our people are well pleased with him. At noon the Plant raisel a large llail poltr eighty tcet high. Speeches were made by J. I. ( hitaker, .1 . S. Lockhart, J. S. Manning and J. li Blaekrall at '1 o'clock. The Democratic County Conven tion mt at Stokes Hall this evening. Kvery township was represented The lb-Hotting were the nominations : For the House of Representatives, John T. Nichols; for Sheriff, F. D. Markham ; lor Treasureri W. H. Rowland ; lor Register of Deeds, Paschal Luns'ford ; for Coroner, Dr. N. M. Johnson ; for Surveyor, A. M Leathers. The lollowing were appointed lelegates lo the Senatorial Conven- tton : W . II. Morris, 1. Morgan, t . T r, V' i i ' w t James Cam, J. 1. .Nichols, U.K.! i, . . , . ' , 1 arrish ami Patrick Massey. J i Tt...iotL- w ;..ono;n i?o.:..u; ! iiivr ill i lam iti puiti can cireles is that Clevelaii4l will earry New Vork and that. the Ke i'tihlicans must mke their biggest t tVoi t to capture Indiana and West V. ,-f.iin V.. ...., fn i.r... tt.ot ! Cleveland will et. evn nr oiahi ! Northern States. It looks as it i there might bo a sort of tidal wave ' twenty persons. It is said to be m November. Radicalism doom ! n!'e8t property in Western North ed and deserves lo be politically Cyaroh,,a" Mr. Vanderbilt haa writ .lamneMl to an eudless eternity. lcn b,s aSenls to ay that landscape WHinitrlon btar. ! Gardeners will hooii come on to pre pare the land and that he intends PUKIKY YOUlt BLOOD. ' electing a handsome residence to be Bodily and mental health depends j rea,,' ,or next su,linier- pun a ueaauy eonomou oi ine Olood. lhe bloou, particularly in ine spring ami summer, months, be- comes' clogged with impurities, hieh po.son it and generate disease, iKiumess iiiixHi puiiner is neccs- sary to restore a healthv. tone. The1 i-esl pur. tier ami tonic known is Switt'r, Si.w-.iii. S s s iir w.m.lertul nunfyiU and tonic now- ers we give a lew testimonials: Mr. Wm. A. Siebold, 1' Howell A Co, 10 Spruce Street, I Xew Vork, writes : "I teel it mv ! Willi leO i Inty. hir the beue.it of others is ho ' mav be afflicted as I was. lo write mi th.s Idler, which vou can nso ;, i any way you . ' j -" ch'4,se. 1 Mittc!el ,great pain trom boils, a'l over mv :; neck; I eouhl not turn my, head! without acute ain. Alter tryine;! ill tie u-u:il remedies, and finding! no rciief, I used one butt c ol S. " S., ami ery muii I was entirely re j l eve l oi my ''Job's Comtorters." j Xow not a sign ol 'my affliction can j be seen." " M'. M. S. Hamlin, Winston, X. ! "1 u-e it everv snrinir. Ii !r w,ilef.: always builds me up, giving me ap-; ' l,0lUe uSul dleliun- and "enabling i jmetoMaud the hot summer days, i On uing ii I 4on become elroug of' ' bol) and easy ot mind.'' ' Mr r v i, ,..,,! u- o-V i o. I i.v...... x . .. v. , . .u-n iorK, wines: "l werh ,j if,- i . , . - , lJ 110 iHiundsw when I began iakm ,.. , i , ,? K"'l'o our medicine, an. i now L2 Dounds i .,...,! . ,F . M3 t niunil Mt'l UB WlUlOUl . . tor S several limes its weight in goltl."1 Treatise on lilocd and Skin Dis.-' NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. 1 The cases of the State vs. Crow and White, have been net lor trial j in the Wake Superior Court at Hal I erh next Moriday 16th inst. Patriot : Jodce Gil- V t.JW----- J Tn,brp h.pHv re. ;f. ... i' Kalfh J; ouu " ""r I .V iUl,,JC" Wake Forest College now has an enJ0wment iund of 8169,549 04. The total receipts last year in inter- ests and rents were $10,816.73 ; to tal receipts for Laboratory building were 160.00. Ot this amount Mr. S. S Lea, of Caswell county, gave R8.000. This is perhaps de best chemical laboratory building in the South. Two hundred and fourteen ntnilpnts were in attendance last ear. Favetteville Messenger : A bushel of corn makes four gallons of whis tu .ktabA eAn. (tiin , , . , , per gallon, making SlO tor the rour gallons. Ot this 10 the farmer gets SI. 60 : the government $3.60 : .the ..n;tmnil'c 41 fif) 1 do monnf-wl nrpr I 83.50 ; the vender o,S0 ; the user jets the devil and in all probability 810 and costs in the mayor's courts while the producer ard tax payer& i toot the bill. - The Concord Times publishes an; account of an occurrence which has sitrred up the neighborhood of No 11 Township, Cabarrus coi nty. Jf grown daughter of Hr. Henry Pofi lin, of that ttwnship, Recently be came deathly sick, and in a few mo ments vomited a full grown Irog. In the meantime a physician was sent for, but arrived only in time to see the lrog hopping lively about on the. ground 1 The girl StOUlly affirms il.:it klin inmitPil l'lP animal nnil I , . . -it 1 every memoer oi lie launiy uears I ..,.1 I,..,. .i,,(A,,n,,i uuu iic. "laiunun. t.. .u C in iuc oaiciii j e- i Jk EMveivu . I 1 T 1- . l '-?i Ol 1 OI V asnillgion S Visit lO oaiem, wnen I i.e was President ?t the United Slates. It was in 1792. He Wa8 u Um:.t. 1twmu.'d1m- j xxu.i. . ui. uiuitii, i memuer Ot Congress irom OOUth I Carolina. tt i . , I j : I asuui"iuu irave eu IU a I sulky from liichracnd by Way Of . . . ; . . T 1 i mwaiu oijuri aiuunc, cross ed Dan Hiver at Dix's Ferry and eame by Troublesome Iron Works and Dobson's, (Kernersville) where he speut a night and got a very good breakfast before putting out over a , - e . orkA ! , ... . town ot about dOO :uhabitanlH at , , .. that time. Active buying of land around Abbeville has been attracting atten- tion several weeks, ami it now ap pears that Win - K. Vanderbilt, of New York, has bought over a thou sand acres just below the city at the eonnm'nce oi ine r rencn liroaa ana Swananoa rivers. The land lies in onG ract which wa3 he,d by over ! j'urnam louacco nam : l bat i gieai ami greatly deserving charity, j the Oxtoid Orphan Asylum, needs ! ami ought to have more room and j roor money. From the OqhmC Orie nt we clip this : "hvery day the m lils brinrr us letters calhnt' our aitent on to ilpsiitnn. i.hildn.n in ffn-n.,, o,: ' i- x- .i. ,.. k ho on.ht hv ,1. " ' k 'this asylum. We now have 237 .A-.J l i t p 'muJ ab'.,ul 80 , ,. , - sp encim anuelite. ami we have namo- o i;st nn.Ji. .... w, TF1.- S 'V" W,M be received as soon ro)m njr tnem. isrettiren. P'se Ion t lotet that it takes i - i .i - - " ""'B lor ah thesf homeless children." 9 c Its reeuiiar pfltcaoy Is due NOTwiwr ar m"h u the process and nothing Kkll, m compounding as to LIKE IT ingredients themselves. Take it in time. It checks dieases inthi? utset,orlf tie y 1m advani-ed will prove a iotent cure. No Home sWJ lie f itat It It takes tho turp of . doi'.r and coily pre scrsj iloiis. All wtmlfjid fd- -r.ary liv.-s will And itti.i- t e.-t preventive of FOU WHOSE BENEFIT r.'.i A cure!, -r Iudieestlon. onti,.;ition. Headache, BlUontnesi. l ite an t Mental Iepressioa. No loss "1 i nil intenVrence with hminMi lakin-:. F.r children it Is most in land harmlrM. No dancer from 1 . ' N , in f I - - ire after takinc. Cares CoUr, EH nrrho a. U.cl Complaints, FcTerish nc aiul Feverish Cold. Invalids and i-T.ns will find it the mildest. Ar nt an i Tn!'- th v cart use HttteT t.ik.fi a: n-.ht insures refreshing sleep a'i 1 a natural evacuation, of the bovrelf. :,t!, Taktn in the morning sharpens tr.- n;;eute. cU-anwts the etuiaach and !'" ft. Tt ns th' h-eath. A l'IIV.iriAN-S OPINION. "I :.vs Utn L,r:. licinj meiiicine for t - : year nd h.ivc never h(m able to ! - -:eti-,e compound that would. ! .- r,T,-.s Ijver KeguLuor. promptly ..: i ct-: -: ve.y rr. ve the Liver to action, ' ' v-"ri, a;d .instead of weak r- - ; c ;.e and ais:-ailatie I Nt H:t.x. M d . W-hin-rtoB. Ark. ,?rh of r'fnniiifnf: LVk furthered ra -:..i k o.". Tn.i.t , i Wrai p r, and the "ti as- - -nHMir- of J. H.7au 4 Co., In Aboolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ? purity, strength ami wboiesomeness. More eeonomieai man ine ordinary niil'l., mm liuillin .-"in ill I Will Rll- t5nil ...ith thtA Tnni,;fllln. f 11 iv- tst. short weight, alum or phospnaw pow- piers. Sold only in mux. Hovai. INo I OWllEIt Co.. 100 lVall-st... N. Y . !9 Th Great Southern Becsdy for ill BOWELTROUBLES, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, &c, Also OHUDREN' TEETHING. slmle and P1..nt t0 Take. But very few tliofcot thtlntlie Uttle' purpl hucklolerrT. or whortleberry, growing' I loncaldo our mount&ina and Mils, and whioh uo ; Imaay hv eaten in moet every Btiapo, thar la i I crlntslple hvlnK & wcra.d4rful effect on tlie bowel. I Dr. Bigg-en Huckleberry Cordial la Jut thia In ; Ky oonoentratod and palatable form .and la. I AGBI1T A1TD wOxi)iraruTj REMEDY. II ChoUraMorbus.-TheeatingofrreenorBtale! ILSm I will neutralise the acidity of the tomaolu Cramo Colic It 1 a important to hara a -fogwaa. against thin udd4jn attack, em affainat 'the robber that lnvadea your tome. Sr. Blgvera' uucmeDorry irtuai wtne weapon I rhnl.F. Inhntum.-Anr child 4S&n take thia i , witliout tho evil offoata many m45diclnea produoe in I i checking- the bowel too euddenly, raroltixig- in ipasma. Keep the cordial in the house. Dysentery Curonio or acute la considered one of the moet dangeroua diseases that can aseet the bowels, certainly the most weakening. This Huckleberry Cordial will surely cure it. Dlarrhosa. Thia Cordial will check It gradu. ally, not leaving" the bowels In a constipated state as many preparations do, and will remove the in flammation from the bowels. Try and prove it. The Teethlnsc Child. The wearied mother. losing sleep Burning the little one wasting away trom Uxedrainago upon itasyBtem. should use this CM'rt0Ji$rA .pVr. against eudden and dangerous attacks. Adoseofi UUS umuu ffia reuevu uin p&ui mna. mmw thi ling m physician and thereby much anxiety. Prepared by The W. A. TAYLOB Oo., Atlanta, Oa. Prloe 50 oente a bouie. Bold toy ail druggists. Taylor's Cherokee Bemedy of Sweet Gum audi Kullain w&l sorely cure Coughs, Croup and Con I sumpUca. 25c, 60c, and ft. a bottle at druggists, j Try Tnylnr's Premium Cologne. Pomona Hill JNurKei-ie POM OX A, X. C. j rriwo AND A HALF MILKS WE.Sfl X OF GREENSBORO, S. C. The main line of the Richmond U Danville Rail Koal pusses ttirouh tie hrroumls ami within 100 feet of the 7i- rite. Salem trains make regular stop. twice dahy eaeli way. Those interest- hd "i3?1!1 .r: Nursery in the State and one of the i : w...u kif,...l..,.A.:., ,.i I tnul,... Ior IMom- w1"' 1 v . c U.V.,.-,. .vw,., .,r ... Mil hemes, liinnee. JiiMoes. Figs. Raspberries, Currant. Pie Plant. r.ngusn a nuts, cneMnu. irawner- 'vere"S :'1iVl:;:Jn'esV; i a i w :mo i lie ;ti ieiie? ;i wen as me 01,1 ones wnien n.v new Lata- mgue ior im. J;ur order to mv autborized Aent. or order direet from tbe Nursery. Conesnond enee solieited. Descriptive Catalogue tree to applicant?. Address, J. VAX. LIXDLEY. Pomona, Guilford County, N. C. CdF"Reliable Salesmen wanted in every County. A good paying commis sion will be given. Helect Ootircliiic- 13 113 toli04il lor Young L.uli-w and Lit- tits GirlN, HILLSBORO X. C. ''piIE MISSES NASH AND MISS L KOLLtJCK will resume tne exer ei's of tlieirc school on Wednesuay, "th day of September. 1;S. Tuition for day scholars f 20.00 jer Session. ( Circulars sent on application. TJXIVERS1TY OF NOK1H CAK- OLINA. ClIAlKL II ILL, X. C. Tb' next --.iion ?o-ii Au;u-t' 30th. Tuition r'luce.l to S.'io a tulf-year. l'oor students may give notes, r acuity of rifte-ti teacher-. Three full courses rf stti'ly ietilin: to. degree-.- Thref short cours-s for the tr-iiningof husint men, tea- het. hyi-ian-. and pharma-ei-t. Law - !iof,l fully equipped. Write-lor e;italo-u- to HON. KEMP P. T.ATTLE. Preident, J . L . S PIANOS : Emerson, j Kraniph & Bach, I u Harrington, ; Schubert, New Englai.d. T. I.. HTONE. "TIlE BEST PIANOS in the world lor the money. PRICES FROM S190 TO $600. I CAN BEAT $EV YORK ON PRICES. I have just returned irom tlie -Nrth. where 1 urchascd the largest' IiAK-Utock of Pianos and Organs evertin this Stale. Theie instrooients aro nil 1 nf ctan.tont malos on ft tnllv rrnnriint Soliciting your correspondence, 1 Raleigh, N. C, Jone-lGth, 18S8 OVKKAKKU'H A cheap, durable and efficient tether, in which the parts are arranged to pro vent the animal Irom br.comiu entangled in the tie rope. i illut rat -il heieu uh ami has been patented bv Mr. William Ueiak i. ot UilUlMU.Miirb N. Ihr post is braced by piopeiiv arranged guy rop. s. n 1 to n i.ppj'r n.l is belied :i bracket wi h tubular socket within which a vei io Uiandanl i held. I lie upper end of the stand ml is slotted, and in the .-lot i- piv..ially m.-uute4l a beam, nor mally uphe d by a spring seemed to the tai d.inl. ami arran-.-d to have a ei tain amount ot p.av m a Mirrup-like loop earridl by the beam. A w.-iM . aita.-hed m th.. short, end ot the beam, while to l he b ngarm ismmmii-imI a h.-n ki- by w in h I! ., ti rone i attached to the beam, leavinij the animal tree 14. gra.. any w benr I Ahuut the t.ost witlmi a radium e.p.al lo long arm of the beaine lack of the I vances towaru trie Oosl, ty ine eieaiiou beam by the spring and weight. If d. amf the weight alone euipmye.l. there through which the pivot 'bolt miv ie Townsiiii County and Address, WILLIAM WAGON MANUFACTUKEItS, SALEM, N. C. Acknowledged to be the FHIOES T A M Ktt K. MAS N. A II OK N hi AT-I.A . I.hai-el Iln.u . Practices in the State and F.-.b-ral JCourr. t2TColleetion of Claims and l.-venu Tast.s u si.ecialtv. War taxes pail on ,and , prosecuted. Sei proseeuteu. enu receipts. Jno. AV. Graham. Thos. Kukfin. G KAIIAM & KUFKIX, ATTORX EYS-AT-LA V, HILLSR0l?0. N. C. Practices in the Counties of Ala mance. Caswed. Durham. Guilford, Rockingham, Person and Orange. S AMU EL M. GAIT IS. A'JTORNEY-AT-LA W iiii.lboiio. n. c. s Wijl practice in Orange ami adjoinjn Counties. Collection ot rlaiinvj rouipt Iv attended to. Olhee in thJ court iv atlenueu 10. w -- w, 1 Hou in the room lately occupied by A. W. Grahr.m. A. W. Graham. K. W. Winstox. PKAHAM A WINSTON. ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W, OxKni, N- C. Prac tices in the Counties of Gran ville. Orange, Per-i-n -n 1 fhfrham. tiTwiLLIAM LYNCfT. D DENTIST, Durham, -N. J. TtO N E . ou(;ans : A ' Kimball, . Miller, ew Kn5land, Prideport, r4il . remain, Yvuis respect fully; J. L. STONE; STOCK TKTIIKR. the combined length oi the mpe an. th- rope being taken ..p a n amnv, a. 1 the in me t-im - Mied. the spring may he. .ii-peus.;fi mi being oiuereiu npeinne.- " ' paseu ior piopenv imi.hu vie. Statk Uksuts for Sai.k. OVKKAKKU. Iliilsbjro, N. C. best. WHITE TO THEM FOU WHISKEY. AM NOW M VNCFACTURIO A Hire artie'e of I CO K X A X I ) W 1 I E AT WHISK K Y tint " I offer lor -ah- at the following prier- ; CORN, pvr gallon. WHEAT, 2.00. I only manufacture PUHK W1IIHKKY, male by op n fiirna e heat, being the best proeens known for purity ainl flavor. Startel businc January 11th, 170. ; with only I'jS.Oo. i rrrWHl lTED S SUN CURED TO i 15 A ( CO at co-t. I i i JAMES A. CHEEK, HilNnoro. N. C. RIVATE BOARDING HOlT?K. - j Vn,.,n ml lrd be the dav. bv the da' ; w-ek or mouth, bv applvin at m-coi , doo w l vm U wt.irv htt,rv. I HENRY RICHARDS; JR. r at k-coimI ( -" jrpilE WEEKLY NEW AND OB- SERVER. TJtt t,y N'nr? and Obnervr is a kmg w ay tiie be-l paf.er everpublrhel in Norti. Carolina. H a credit to the px-ople ami to the State. The -ple .houl'l take a pride in it. It should be in every lamby. It is an eiirht page paK-r. chock lull of the b-t rt of realisg inatfer. ne-. maiket r jirr, anl all that. You cannot afford to be withmu it. Priee l.j.'i a year. We wilf turnUh ttir U'ttU'j Stun and Ol rrtr until January 1-r, 1V. for 1. eud fr -ample copy. Address N E Ws A N D O BS E It V E R r .. liak-ih, N. i. V K 06. A. Hajes, Truggist. C2TOfi1c in the ;-;arih building on Manum Mrt et.