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ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER.
H I L L S R O R O U G II , N . C . tuTuTay. sun-, id. is. JOSEPH A. IIAKKIS, Editor and ( Proprietor. Entered at the Post Office at Hills borough, N. C, as second class matter. V The Orauye Count Observer U the olifest it'iiier iittrlixhen in the MM A Count', and ( to iras the Oi'bj tj. i.ounram up to jivy yen i,f. iras the onl prj,Kr in the County r , t 1 A I.. . Ilil 1(l." for the past seven years IS nt ioun 1 l)iiioejrtt,tic! Ti;U-t. For President : GROVKR CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice-President : ALLEN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. . For Presidential Electors at Large: ALFRED M. W ADD ELL, of New Hanover County. FREDERICK N. STRUDWICK, of Orange County. District Electors : 1st Dist.-GEO. II. BROWN, Jr., of Beaufort. 2d Dist. JOHN E. WOODARD, of Wilson. Va) Dist. CHAS. B. AYCOCK, of Way no. 4th DisT.-r-EDWARD W. POU, Jr., ot Johnston. 5tij Dist. J. H. DOBSON, of Surry. ' (hi! D 1ST. SAMUEL j. PEM- BERTON, of Stanly. 7tii Dist. L. C. CALDWELL, of Iredell. 8rn Dist. THOMAS M. VANCE, of Caldwell. 9tu Dist. WILLI AM T. CRAW FORD, of Haywood. Htiito Democratic; Ticket. For Governor : DAIS'IKL G. FOWLE, of Wake County. For Lieutenant-Governor THOMAS M. HOLT, of Alamance County. For Secretary of Stato.: WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS, of Wake County. For State Treasurer : DONALD W. HAIN,' of Wake County. For State Auditor : C.KORGE W. SAN DE RUN. ol Wavno County. For Superintendent of Public Iu Ntructiorj : SIDNEY M. FINGER, of Catawba County. For Attorney. General : THEODORE F. DAVIDSON, of Iuncombe County. For J ml pes Supreme Court : JOSEPH J. DAVIS, of Franklin County. JAMES E. '"SHEPHERD, of Beaufort County. ALPIIONSO C. AVERY, of Rnrko County. President Cleveland letter of ac- ceptan'ec won hi take up several col- j imnib in this paper. Judeje Thur- r man pronounces ita very strong i paper, and we know our waders will accept the ' Old Roman's" views of it. The New York World announces tlie tollowini lund ot the contributions to tho National Democratic f ror v.ongress r ounn uistnct : 'v.uw, nrmscs, 5ores, U cers, Sa t ,.. i:fd "V J r , i T your work 1 ..... i.- . t. rr. ... Noor lite. As soon as vou fee that J u. J li. II. liUNN, ,iineum,revcr .-ores, letter, Uuap- ' cfl' - . 7 ". "" lor less x'..... o iped Hands. Chilblains. Corns . wiV"s UUM will do my 'i , - I VHn : , Z rl ow 7". V. i, "' German Syrup. Respc u ZZ : r m is garaniec,V to"V S.ati. I W " Committee: Grover Cleveland. S10.'Seea Cotton. -- L. Scott, $20,000 each; Secretaries j Whitney and Eudicott and Post- master General Dickinson 810.000: each, aud the same amount from Chairman William II. Barnum, Her- man Oehlricb, Oliver Payne, and Patrick Kelley in all $120,000. j We call attention to the commo- j nication in another column from "A j T . 1 Grateful Sympathizer" asking that we open a subscription list for the relief of the yellow fever sufferers of Florida. We onght always do as r much as we can for the afflicted. An appeal has been sent out for help, and all over the country the good people are raising supplies and money and sending them to the re lief of the sufferers. The people oj Hillaboro ought to give something. We will acknowledge in this p3per all subscriptions and forward the satne to the proper authorities. "A. G. S." starts the list with SI. 'Let others send in their subscription as soon a9 possible. The help is need- note Mr. J. S. H&tt has accented the . - q Pn:gident of tnQ Slale t m ssociaiion oi oemoerauu iuus iur the next four years. In his letter ot acceptance he says : "I pledge my-, self to every elTurt that will benefit the Democratic party and enhance the chances of its success during the present campaign, and I am sure much can be accomplished by the State Association of Clubs acting strictly within the plan of the regu lar organization of the party. I shall be very glad to do wbat is in my power towards making the Asso ciation a very valuable adjunct to the Democratic party in this State." These are patriotio sentiments of the leader of Young Democracy. In another column of this paper is a list of industries which are not protected by the tariff. - If one of our readers, beiieves to the contrary we shall be glad it be will point it out. There are iu round numbers umnteen million wage earners in i i this country and fifteen millions o them are engaged in those industries mentioned. The tariff .does not effect :the waes of the three millions in the protected industries, but if" it did we submit that it is not fair to tax 15 men to benefit 3. The annual report of the Commis sioner ot Education states the pres ent condition of education in the countiy as excellent. More than 12,000,000 of children attend the public schools some time during the year, and of .those 8.000,000 are in average daily attendance. lne Southern .States have made greater progress than other parts ot the country. THE BEST TONIC IN THE . WORLD. The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, : Gentlemen About two years ago my geueral health gave way entire ly. I was so debilitated that I al most despaired of ever feeling well again. All that the physicians done tor mo brought no permanent relief. Friends insisted that I should give S. S. . S. a lair trial, although I thought it would be throwing away money. Aller taking a thorough course, my health and strength re turned, and I must say that S S. S alonti cured me, a9 I discarded all others while using it. As a tonic I can most heartily recommend it : tor general debility, it certainly is a specific. W. F. Biuuqes, J. P. Homer, La., May i!5, 18S8. I know Mr. W.F. Bridges, and will say that his statement is correct. Joseph Shelios, Homer, La. Druggist. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed Iroe. Iiie Swift Specific Co., Drawer ! 3, Atlauta, Ga. Bccklex's Arnica Salve : taction, r money refunded. rice j ms .' D0X: or s.ale b' SI.. . I m w . naves, urogmsi. - HILLSBOKO MARKET. Correotcd Yeek'y. ppies, Ueeswax, iititter, Chickens, Coffee. i 2 to o 20; lo to 20 1 S to 25 j K to 22; Corn, Ejcs. iy 'lour, per barrel, Ltie, rockj Meai,' Molasses, 9at8 5al!' Syp Wheat SO! 25 to 50 40 to 50 S5 to S1.50 0 to 9 25 to 50 90 . . i - : w , "J" lion is daneeroua and mv loa von material v vowmj. . v.rnminn. nA -A unP oatril-, obtain a 1-2 mile Judge Fowle telegraphed to the Raleigh News and Observer from Greensboro, Sept. 10th : 'The joint cauvasa is suspended until Friday on account of the rains. Will be in Kaleigb to-morrow morning. THESE AKE IV OT PROTECTED. A List of the Occupations of People protected by em iann. All employees of railroad com-j panics Artists. Auctioneers. Bakeis. Barbers and hairdressers. Boarding house keepers. Bookkeepers in stores. Blacksmiths. Brick and stone masons, Bridge builders. Butchers. Carmakers. Carpenters and joiners. Clergymen. Clerks and copyists. Clerks in express offices. Clerks in hotels. Clerks in railroad offices. i Clerks in stores. ' Commercial travelers. Coopers. Dealers in books and stationary. Dealers in boots and shoes. Dealers in dry goods. Dealers in groceries. Dealers in hides. Dealers iu iron, tin and hardware, Dealers in jewelry, watches and clocks Dealers in lumber and marble. Dealers in newspapers. Dealers in paints and oils. Dealers in paper. Dealers in provisions. Dealers in real estate. Dealers in tobacco. Dealers n wood and coal. Domestic servants. Draymen and teamsters. Druggists. Employees of hotels. Engineers and firemen. Farmers. Holsters. Hotelkecpers. Housebuilders. Insurance agents. Journalists. 'Laborers. Laundresses." Lawyers. i iirArsr T. v A . Machine shop an I J' - I round houee I men. JMilkmen. Millers. ' Musicians. Painters. Paperhangerfl. i Photographers. Physicians and surgeons. Plasterers. Porters and laborers. Printers. Quarrymen. Restaurant keepers. Salesmen and saleswomen. Section men on railroads. Sextons. Stavemaker. Stock raisers. Teachers. Undertakers. Veterinary surgeons. Weighers. White washers. Woodehoppers. N. Y. "Star." A W ARNING. The modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show con- clusively that more persons dio from diseases of the Throat and Lungs th3n any other. It is probable that everyone, without exception, re- ceives vast numbers of Tubercle Germs into the system and where thcee germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at hrt slowly and is shown by a slight tteklmg sensation m the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the lungs producing Consumi tion 3mi to the head, cans- ing Catarrh. Now all thia is dan- gerou and it allowed to proceed nil! ,mn, ,..o a -.u . .u will in tirao cause death. At the onset you must act with promptness ; allowing a cold to go without atten - Uexews Her Youth. -lrs Phrebe Chesley, Peterson, Unprotected by the Pres- Lu..i n-.,. wno. i i Clay Co , Iowa, tt!!s the following I hereby announce myself as a can rotnatkaMe eiurv. the truth oV which uiaate for the office o"f Constable ot ; is vouched lor bv the residents ot j the town : "I 3m 73 years old, and ;have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years : could not dress mvself with- er out help. Now I am free from all pain aud soreness, and am able to do all rav own housework. T owe 5jmy thanks to Electric Bitters lor 10 j having renewed mv vonth. and re- 2 moved completely all diseases and 4.50to$5 00jpam." Try a bottle, 50c. and SI, 10 ! at W. A. Hayes1 Drug Store. $1.00 to $1.50 i '- L .ci. equalling Baby. Why is a newly-born baby like a gale of wind? Because it begins with a sauall. Cold. oloo wnu coughs and croop. Taylor's Chero- Kee i.emedy ot Sweet Gam and 1 Mullein will cure it. NORTH CAROLINA NEWS. There are to be about 3,700 State pensioners this year, or 200 more, r than last year, and they will not get j above $8 each. The number is very j yin(Ter for Superintendent ot Edo greatly in excess of the estimates at calQ acd a Bunn lor Congrt-RH. If nrsi maae, ana msieaa oi aimiuisu ing, increases year by yea4. Biblical Recorder : The Baptist ..d . be church at Greensboro on Wednes- M day after the second Sunday in No- vetnber, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m. Rev. Bayius Cade, of Louis- burg, will preach the introdnclory sermon, Rev. C. B. Justice, of Rutb- erlordlon, alternate. Wilmington Star : Dr. Gating (North Carolinian) has formed a big company for the purpose of manu- factum e bis new eon. lie is coun-1 det he can revolutionize the gun- making industry. I he Itew York Times gives a long account of hit ew gun and its manner of manu- acture. .New metal is used or a new combination and a new process Dorbam Recorder : On and after ' monday, ept, lutb, you can leave Durham at 9 a. m. and reach Rich mond at 3 p. m. Leavioz Rich mond at 4 p. ro. and arriving at Durham at p. m. Citizens eat break fact, go to Richmond and spend one hour, and return to Dur ham for supper. This is via the new road by Oxford. Besides savine time you save in expenses for fare nearly one half. lhe saute may be said ot freight. A correspondent of the Wilming ton Messenger writing from Raleigh, ays : The sennation last I ridav afternoon, Sept. 8th, was an encoun-1 ter growing outjjMhe State Nation-, al Bank matters, the parties con cerned being Sam. White, the ex- cashier and boodler, aud youDg T . fm IT? "If T ' 1 jonn if. wniiams. it caosea a l great deal of talk. White struck Mr. Williams with a stick and th latter threw White to the floor and choked him. The smashed bank was the f-cene of thi affair. The parlies were before the Mayor thi morning. The affray was the result of some words of White regarding Mr. Williams1 evidence against him at the trial and some remarks t re porters since.. In a few days the courts will get hold oi Wbiie again and his time will be fully occupied in answering the two other cnarge onoinfif him ir nrnnon! i with ihci a federate in crime, has returned here trom Gites county. Some considerable sales of iron ore property , in Stokes county, N. C, have been made to Mr. Thomas' Ewing, of New York city, and others, who state that they will shortly build ope or two small char coal furnaces, and larger furnaces later on after , better railroad facili ties have been secured. The laying out of a town is contemplated. Baltimore Manufacturers Jlecord. Worth Knowing. Mr. W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a die treSSing VOU2h and fmnping intO f!nnaiimntinn in its firstWacrpa Hp VOnsumpilOn in US nrsiiasjes. ne tried many SO-Called popular COUgh remedies and steadily grew worse t .1 ' Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Dis. covery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a halt dozen bottles found himself well and baa had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a record of cores, as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed to do juit what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at W. A. Ilayes'.Drug otore. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TT RING ALL OP YOUR WAGONS Jk- w v , w"aw "v c wum 01 teuar urove, 10 ot repaired, He wiU take pleasure' m repairin2all kinda of work. Painting and Varnish l ing will be carefully done, and the best k ill be used. I will try to do ust as good as any one, and money. Give me a trial and 1 bst to please you.. Shop south of Cedar Grove, X. C. ictiully, D. S. HINTON. A NNOUNCUMENT. J Hillsboro Townshin. ami will thank the runnia WILLIAM J. RILEY. VOTERS OF CHAPEL rjO THE HILL TOWNSHIP. I announce myself a candidate for Constable of Chapel Hiil Township. If elected I shall endeavor to discharge tne duties or tbe office in a faiLhlul manner.. MORRIS KING. r DEPENDENT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. X ftnnniinPP mvsplf na sh irwlrunilor Republicon candidate for Constable of "lil3txr lownnip. GEORGE A. WALKER. A TAKING THE; CAKE. From the Newr OrleansPicayune. Among the candidates in Nortbj ft Fowle for Governor, a TI(. lt fnr "Lieutenant Governor, a Fowle gets Holt wth a Finger he will take the Hunn. It is said that Dr. Wm. B. Phil tips has after very great labor land- the last section of the monument to Dr. Mitchell by the wide ot the grave on Ml Milciie.l. tor the west of the wav the sec uonH, heaviest weighing 140 lbs , w carried on men s shou.der. the; ere ( It has been announced that Rev. Sam. Small, the evangelist, will de- j liver lectures in this State favorable : to the third party movement, lie will, it is said, speak at Charlotte, Wilmingtpn, Raleigh, Durham and Reidsville. TORPID LIVER Jm knows by these marked peculiarities t. L A feeling of weariness anil pains In thb limbs. 2. Bad breath, bad taste In the mouth, and furred tongue. 8. Constipation, with occasional attacks of diarrhoea. 4. Headache, In the front of the head; i .- nausea, dizziness, and yellowness of ' v skin. 5. Heartburn, loss of appetite. 6. Distention of the stomach and bowels by wind. 7. Depression of spirit?, and great melan- eholy, with lassitude and a disposition jy. to leave everything for to-morrow. - A Mtoval flow ox Bile from the Llrtr Is essential to good health. When this Is obstructed it results In BILIOUSITESS, -which, If neglected, soon leads to serious diseases. Simmons Liver Regulator exerts a most felicitous influence over every kind of biliousness. It restores the Liver to proper working order, regulates the secre tion of bile and puts the digestive organs lnsueh condition that they can do their best work. After taking this medicine no one will say, "I am bilious.' "I hare been subject to severe spells of Con gestion of the Liver, and have been in the habit of taking from 15 to so grains of calomel which gen erally laid me up for three or four days. Lately I have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator, which gave me relief without any interruption to business." J. HuGG$vAiddleport, Ohio. has our stamp in red on front of Wrapper J. H. Zeilln ft Co., Bhlladelphla, Pa. Ttj Great Soothsrn Ramady for 111 BOWELTROUBLES, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, &c, Also CHILDREN TEETHING. Simple and Pleasant to Take. Bat rery few realise the faot that In the littlo' purple huckleberry, or whortleberry, growing alongmlds our mountains and hills, and whioh eo, many have oaten in moat every ahax. there la a principle having a wonderful effect on the bowola. Sr. Bicn HaaUeberry Cordial u Juit tbia In a rery eoneentrated and palatable form and la A OMIT iOT WOUXIEayUT. EUCEDY. Cholera Morbus. Theeatlng; of crreen or etale 1 m - m AMMMaeaoVlMM 4m frVa afAAlt wklnk Iraanlta in the terrible CholcraMorbua. Thlaoordlal! will neutraliae the acidity of the atomaoh. Cramp CollC.-It la aa Important to have a jaafaguard aalnat thla aodden attack, aa against I I the robber that lnvadoa your home. Dr. Blfgera': II uck-le berry Cordial la the weapon. ( Cholera Infantum. Any child can take thla without the evil effbeta many medlelnee produoe In mntt-ng the bowela too anddenly, reaulUng in pacma. Keep the oordial In the house. Dfeentery. Chronlo or aoute la oonaidered one of the most dancoroua tlleweene that oan aSkot the bowela, certainly the moat weakening. Thla Huckleberry Cordial will surely cure It. Dlarrhcsa. Thla Cordial will check it rradu- ally, not leavlna; the bowela In a constipated state aa many preparations do. and will remove the In flammation from the bowela. Try and prove IK. The Teething Chlld.-The wearied mother. losinc eleep zi ursine the little one wastina; away from toearalnage qpon ita yatem. should nae thla Oordial. which will relieve It and without danger. It le Important that xvjkby household boulAprcrrklo UiemaelTW wltlx mm spatdy nutf causn naaea ana OAscaroaa tfors. A dose ef tus OaralAl will must m pm ana hti calling phjvsuma&a taerelqr mnoa anxlmy. JfnvtKfA by Tha W. A. TATLO& Oo Atlanta, o. IMoa BO oenta a bottla. SoldbyaUdrncglsta. Taylart Cbm&m Bemady mt Straat Qua and Xollaln vffl mtmj enn Coocna, Crooo and Con. sumption. 28c, 80a. and SI. a bottle at dnaqflta. Try Taylor's Premium Cologne. Pomona Xlill JNurncrieH, POMONA, X. C. rpWO AND A HALF MILES WEST ' OF GREENSBORO, N. C. The main line of the Richmond & Danville Rail Road passes through the grounds and within 100 feet of the .of fice. Salem trains make regular stops ed in fruit and fruit growing are cor twice oaiiy eacn wav.. inpse interest dially invited to inspect this the largest Nursery In tne state and one of the largest in the South. Stock consists of Apples Peach, .Pear, Cherry. Plums, Japanese Persimmons. Apricots, Nec tarines, Mulberries, Quince, Grapes. Figs, Raspberries, Cnrmnts. Pie Plant, English Walnuts, Chestnuts Strawber ries, Roses, Evergreeas. Shade Trees, e. All the new and rare varieties as well as the old ones which n?y new Cata logue for 1SS3 will show." Give your order to my authorized Agent, or order i direct from the N nrsery. Correspond ence solicited. Descriptive Catalogue Address, J. VAN. LIN D LEY, Pomona, Guilford County, N. C. "Reliable Salesmen wanteil in every County. A good paying com mis sion will be given. Si AMES B. MASON. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Ciiai'ei. Hill. N. C. Practices In the State ami K.-W Court. 4 Collection of Claim and R.-wnu..' Cases a specialty. War taxes i,;,hi n hind. prosecuted. S-n.l receipts. Jso. W. Graham. Thus. Knns QUA1IAM & ItUFnN, AnOKXLYS-AT.LA mi.iuoo. x. c. Prrn-iir- in the Counties of Ala-m.iiHi-. r.Kwt'il. Durham, Guilion! Jtock'mliHiu. IVronautl Orange. ' O MI EL M. GA1T1S, ATTOKX EY-AT-LAW. IUM.SHOK6. N. C. Will practice, i" Orange un.l :uljoinir.j Counties. Collection oi cl.iims rompt y atteinletl to. OHice in the Court llouc in the room lately occupied lv A. W. Grali;m. A. W. Gkaham. K. W. Winston. G RAIIAM & WIXSTOX, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, OXrOlff, X. C. Practices in the Co initio of Gran ville, Orange, Person and Durham. Select Uoiircliue; V JJtiy i"oliool lor Yoiunf H.filioM stud Xit t Iu ilrl, II I LLSHOUO, N . c. flin: MISSKS NASH AND MISS JL KOLI.OCK v. ill r-nine tne oxer- ciscs 01 tiieir noi on ctiiiCMiay, ."th lny f Scptcmlx r. I-SS. 1 uttioii tor uay liol.irs fjo.uo per session. Circulars sent on apiilication. JKDAR GKOVE ACADEMY, MALE AND FEMALE. Ten mouth' Session opens the firU Fuesilav iu JSentemler ol eaoli v:ir. Terms nr mouth. Kiijjlish Bnun-Jifs, mf a f -2."0 to $.1.00.' ,'):s-ir:ii Course. $ l.OO. -Board 8.(X. Mush, with use of Instru ment. fXOO. Ten ier eent. tlist-onnt on tuition, should more than one atteud from tlie same ftiuily. . 11. C. PATTON, f ritu-ipal. W Cedar (Jrove. Orange Co., N. C. T UE WEEKLY NEWS AND Olv SEUVEK. The Wcikly Xcu-h und Vbscm'r U a lon ways the hot paper evtT pii!jliho.l in North Carolina., lt is a -ivUt to the people auI t lhe St:if. piMfJo -hoiilil lake a pi'idr in it. lt should be in every l.unily. It w an eiht page' paper,' rhek lull of the. het sort ot re;ntii:g inatier. nev?, market reports, ami all that. You eaimot atlonl to Im? without it. I'riee a year. W wil' lurriish-tfie Wrthhj Xtus and )l ni vcr until .January l.-t, ls'., tor f 1. eii'i lor sample copy. Allress NEWS AND. OBSERVER CO., Raleigh, N. C. "WHISKEY. J AM NOW MANUFACTURING A X pure article of CORN AND WHEAT WHISKEY, that I ofler lor .sale at the following priees : ; CORN, per gallon, WHEAT, $i.r.o. 2.UU. I only manufacture IUItli: WHIHKEY, m:nlo bv open fnrnaee heat, hems th 1 best process known for purity and llavor. j Started business January' Hth, 1870, j with only titt.OO. i i CSSTWHriTED'S SUN CURED TO BACCO at cost. JAMES A. CHEEK, HillvDoro, N. C. THE WILMINGTON WTAJLt. REDUCTION IN PRICE. -o o Attention is called to the follow ing reduced rates ot subscription, cash in advance : The Dailj- Htar. - f - One Year, $6 CO 83 00 81 50 Sir Months, Three Months, One Monthf 5 Tlio Weekly Httir. One Year, Six Months, Three Months, $1 00 GO 30 o o Oar Telegraph News serviee has recently been largely increased, and it is otir determination to keen the Star up to the highest standard ol newspaperexcelletice. Address, WM. H. BERNARD, WilmirloD, N. C. MY