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N. C. - - Sf.it. 15, 1 888. -CIJHJKIPTION KATES: S , v. r. t- he paid in advance, fl .00 1 50c 25c ADVERTISING : -i- cient- will be Inserted for For the Orange County Observer. Mr. Harris : Will you not open a subscription list in your office for the relief of the yellow fever puffer era in Florida? No matter if the aura raised should be small "every &e would ntnc limps ana even hue fUtunrm tin A that hp rfiieoa .ni ihnnnl bbshels of corn -aud his neighbor! should come and buy a bushel, and j NEWSPAPER itl'XS. I We presume that tome people', think the newspaper men are per sistent duns ; let a farmer place hin self in a similar position and see it not do the same. Sup- 4 ,ilr ioii in-tt frvf thu flrct , i ' tit' tor each subsequent pub- f I." j'-Vrn -t frr advertising tor any . or time may be made at the office (ii;,i.i:vi.i;. or ty corrf?pond- ,.: it. iO. iWvktuue of Trains No M-i'. -"iU Vest, leave 6 37 p. m. Nh 61, Mail, going Kast, leaves 1 1 ').' a. m. No. Accommodation Freight, jo.uii Wpst, leaves 4.0C a. m. No. Accommodation Freight, fjoiiig Kast, leaves. 3.10 a. m. sum ot one the neighbor the price was only the dnll.ir nr Ipkb inH wm., , Him hii licit: says, T will pay the amount in a tew days.'' As the firmer does not want to be small about the matter, he says: "All right.7' Another comes in the tame way until the whole of the one thousand bushels OriiitT Oomity Tioltet. 1 at will be worth sending. But I sin cerely hope that tbe good people of HilUboro will send more than that. Do you not agree with me that we owe it to these terribly afflicted peo ple to do what we can for them : and also that we should be glad to thus make a thank offering to God for His exceeding great mercy shown to os in saving us from tbe UOods and Wind Storms lh i-nnfl. is unM tn iliffprunt TiArurni Otis'! rw.t - r' grauons and desolations by which one of tbe purchasers concerns hira- io many communities are visited ? self about it, tor it is a small amount Surely it is but right that we should they owe the farmer and ot course show oar gratitude in some way ! that will not help him any. He And xchat tcay can' be more accepta- does not realize that the larruer has ble to God than succoring II is df- frittered away his large crop of corn, Jlictedones? and that its values is due in a thou- .Lnclosed please find one dollar, sand little driblets, and that ho is fvish earnestly that I had more to seriously embarrassed In his busi- give 1 Prayers and alms are meant ness because bis debtors treat itia a to go together, and we should pray little matter. Exchange. for these people both privately and l or the .Senate 20th District : , THOMAS H. HUGHES, of Orange. J. A. LONG, of Person. r the House of Representatives JOHN T. NICHOLS, of Durham. 1 THOMAS M. CHEEK,' of Orange. For Sheriff: JOHN K. HUGHES. For Register of Deeds: JOHN LAWS. For Treasurer : D. M. LAWS. For Coroner : DR. A. C. JORliAN. For Surveyor : JAMES O. WEBB. vI'he Democratic partv in County Convention postponed indefinitely the nomination of a candidate for Sheriff. The Oi.SEUYEU places in the "O ramie County Ticket" the name of John K. Hurhes, the pres er.t Sheriff, and will advocate his re election. publicly that God will mercifully put a speedy end to their trial. A Grateful Sympathizer. Send in your subscription for the relief ot the yellow fever suffer ers ot JMonda. H.verv little will help. We will acknowledge all contributions in the columns of this WOMAN. True, she can not sharpen a pen cil, and, outside ot commercial cir cles, she can t tie .a package to make il look like anything save a crooked cross section of chaos ; but, land of miracles! see what 6he can do with a pin ! She cannot walk so many miles around a billiard table with nothing to eat, and nothing (to speak WIS J . L . STONE Absolutely Pure. 1 hi powder never varies. A marvel of purity, .strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in. competi tion with the multitude of low test. short weight, alum or phosphate pow tiers. Sold only in cans. Royal Bar- !Ni Powdkh Co.. 100 Wall-st.. X. Y. Traveling and Local Sales men for Agricultural and Machinery Specialties to Bell to the trade. State nannr ann ?- tun r.1 (ho komo (n tVia proper authorities. The first to re- t0dr!D?' bu hc can he references, amount expected for spond from Hillsboro is a woman. The pure, noble women of our land are always foremost iu every good wood. They are the salt of the earth. God bless them ! floor all ni;;ht with a fretful baby. She can ride five hundred miles without going Into the smoking car to rest (and get away from the chil dren.) She can enjoy an evening visit without smoking half a dozen tel'fjfarn. Khu ran pnHnro tht dictrnr. UIED iNear Ulick, lexas on the tion of a house full of children all 25th.ult., Mary h wife of Clvarles aV while her hugbaDd 8ends lbera P. 1 urb.ville and daughter of the all to becl before be had bceQ home late 1 nomas W. Holden, of Milton, an hour A b with asiplfr is for. N. C. She leaves a large famUy of nate a fcllow with a coagin ig tQ be children and grand-children m Texas envied, a young man with a sweet- aiiu iiumeroiiH remnvea auu irieuus Qear js haf inform Carolina ana v irgima to d wie is lllfice bet8ed mor(i : - salary and expenses. Address, MASSEY & CO., Montezuma, Ga. 2Sf T O T I C E pianos;: Emerson, Kranich & Bach, Harrington, Schubert, New England. Kimball, Miller, New England, Bridgeport, JT. L. STO?iE. C"THE BEST PIANOS in the world for the money. PRICES FROM 81D0 TO 8C00. : ' I CAN BEAT NEW YORK ON PRICES. V I have just returned from the North, where I purchased the largest fctock of Pianos and Organs ever in this State. These instruments arc all of standard mukes and fully guaranteed. Soliciting your correspondence. I remain, Yours respectfully, Raleigh, N. C, June lGth, 1838 J. I.. STOE .1 j mourn their loss Durham Tobacco Plant and Mil ton Advertiser please copy. At .the meeting of the Cleve land and Fowle Club held at the court house Tuesday night, short he replied : "My father taught me The undersigned having this dav taken out letters of administration (with the will annexed.) upon the es tate of James Kii ivland, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate pay incut, and all persons having claims against said estate are notilled to ire- heart is happy, and a man with a sent the same within the time preserib- en oy law or iins nonce win ue pieaueti in bar of their recovery. Th is 30th d iy of J u ly, 1888. V. D. KIRK LAND, J. S. KIKKLAND, Administrators. than they all. Robert Burdztte. A GOOD RULE. A man who is very rich now, was very poor when he was a boy. When asked how he got his riches GEORGE II. rsiSSEN At CO., WAGON MANUFACTURERS, SALEM, N. C. , "Acknowledged to bo the best. WRITE TO THEM FOR PRICES. ha i'n:xfsas a i) items is. and JUOL'Mf TOWN. Help Florid;. thu afllicted people of bore everv member of the Clob will make it convenient to be present at that time. - WAGGOMANS CURE. j Guaranteed to cure a'l Rheumatic Pains, Cuts, Bruises, Ulcerous Sores. Sore Throat, Colic, and an instan taneous cure for any reasonable pain tn man and beast. For sale at Hills boro by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Try Waggom an's Rheumatic Cuie. For salu.djy W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Mary Marshall, a very worthy colored woman, died at her home near town Monday night. llev J. J. Cardcn, ot t lie Bal timore Conference, preached in the Methodist church Wednesday night. From all - sections comes com plaint ot injury to cotton and to bacco by the heavy aud continuous rains. . v ' - -' Rev. W. H. Puckett,, pastor, postponed the protracted meeting at Nov Sharon until the UudUund3y in October. r -eo advertisement of D. S. Hiuton who says ho will renair wagons and buggies and shoes at moderate prices. Seo rotico of M. C. Ray an nouncing himself as an independent Republican candidate for Constable of llillsboto Township. On account of the inclement weather, the firemen's tournament which was to' have taken place at Greensboro oa Sept. 12th and 13th, has been postponed uatil Sept. 26th and 27 th. Ibis is for yon. "Whoa I look over tbe congregation, siid tbe , preacher, "I nk where are the noor? But when I count the pennies in the collection basket I ask where are the rich?" Elizabeth City Caro linian. -Died, a few miles from town on Tuesday morning, Sept. lltb, Mrs. ' jenny l ole, relict of the late W in. Colo, aged about 90 years. For , sixty years she had been a membei of the New Hope Pretbyteriau Church. We learn from Mr. Jno. Cheek, Chairman of the publio school com' miueo ot the Hillsboro District, that Mr. George J. Faucette has been employed as teacher, and tha iKQ I prescriptions and medicines school will nntn t-., c,.. it. u ! trouble, but 1 think your B. and continue several months. We would be glad if our friends ould send us tbe news from their neighborhood. And whe'n thev come to town we would be glad if they would come to see us and eive us any little news itPms Af int.rA0t TTlXECUTOK'S' NOTICE Having this dav nnalified as F.xe.eu and interesting speeches were made never to play until my work was tor upon the estate of Martha Durham, by Messrs. C. E. Parish and S. M. finished, and never to spend my deceased, I hereby notify aUl person Gattis. The Club unanimously and money until I had earned it. If I enthusiastically adopted a motion badbut one hour's work in a day, I to authorize Mr. S. M. Gattis, Chair- must do that the first thing, and in man of the Orange County Demo- an hour; and after this I was allow cratic Executive Committee, to in- ed to play, and then I could pl3y vite Senator Zebulon B. Vance to 1 with much more ideasure than it I address the people at Hillsboro. had the thought of an unfinished Every effort will be made to induce, task before my mind. I early forra- the Senator to accept the invitation, j ed the habit of doing everything in Mr. Gattis was invited to address time, and it soon became perfectly the Ulub next iuesday night. We easy to do so. It is to this 1 owe indebted to said estate to come forward aud make prompt payment, and all persons holding claims against the said estate are also notified to present the same within the time prescribed by law or this notice will be pleaded in bar thernot. This 22nd day of August. 1SSS. D. M. DURHAM. Executor. A N T E D ! PIKDMONT AIU-LINE. RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD. North Carolina and Westeunn" North Carolina Divisions. Double Daily Trains to Asheville, Atlanta. Augusta, Richmond, .Washington New York and tbe East. my property. WE WANT TO EXHIBIT TO Simmons Jjiver iteguiator pro duces no unpleasant effect upon the! RHEUMATIC stomach no matter how lensr it is taken. A little taken at night in- sures reiresnmg sleep ana a natural 0UR FRIENDS A WELL SE- evacuation or me ooweis. a nine SOUTHBOUND. Read down. No. 52. il 00 p m 5 10 a m 2 30a m 8 0 a m 9 f.0 a m 11 23 am 12 40 p m 5 23 p in 9 10 p m 10 40 p m 6 4.5 a m 7 20 p m No. 50. 11 24 a m - 5 50 p m 8 10 p m 8 50 p m 10 45 p in 12 20 a m 1 55 a m 6 30 a m 10 30 a m 12 Noon 7 35 p in 7 55 a m junk 24th, 1SSS. Lv Washington, D. C, Lynchburg, Va., 44 RicliBionch Va., 44 Danville, Va., 4 (ireensboro. N. C, 44 Salisbury, X. C, Ar Charlotte. N. C, " Columbia, S. C, 44 Auguti. Ga., 44 Atlant;j. Ga., 4 Montffvinery, Ala., 44 New Orleans. NOUTII l'.Ol'ND. Read up. taken in the morning sharpens the appetite, cleanses the stomach and sweetens the breath. "I never recommend medicine un less I know it to be good. In a miniftt.rv nf Iwpnl.v-fivfl vpars T have At the Senatorial Convention iton taf u r, ne Dnv, held at Prospect HiH, Saturday the ninft anj whpn t fnnnfI it t PYp.iaim 8ih day of Sept., Mr. .Thomas H. ed . 4 Eureka 1"' Rev. J. P. Har- llughes, ot Urange, and Mr. J. A. Long, ot Person, were nominated for Senators from the 20th District. After the business tor whieh tbe Convention met had been transact ed, Major John W. Graham was called for and made a very interest- LECTED PKR, Proprietor ,4Chri6tiau Visitor," Smithfield, N. C. The Effect of Warm Days and Cool Nights. A leadine Dhysician writes that he ins? sneech that was hichlv anDre- has noticed warm days and cool O am I .. . . - . ciated. Stock ol Gr O O 1 S 8 10 p mf 1 45 a m 3 12 a m 3 45 a m 9ViO a m 11 25 a m 12 12 m 1 14 p m 2 10 p m 2 49 pm 3 27 p m 4 31 pm 6 10 pm 7 30 p m 2 40 pm 5 00 p m 6 04 p m 6 25 p m 10 45 a m 12 45 a m 1 51 a m 3 20 a m 4 12am 5 07 am 6 05 a m 7 28 am 9 15 a m 11 10 a m Lv it Goldsboro. X. C, Raleigh. X. C 44 Durham, X. (v.. 44 University. N. . 44 Greensboro. X. C, u Salisbury, X. C, Ar Statesvifle. N. C - Hickorv, X. ( 44 Morgaiiton, X. C, 44 Marion, X. C. 44 Round Knob, N. C., 44 Asheville, X. ;., 44 Hot Springs X. C, 44 Morristown, Tenn., No. 51. No 53. Ar 7 35 p m 7 (X) a m " 12 40 am 12 55 p in 44 3 30 p m 5 00 a m " 9 47 a m 10 20 p m Lv 8 05 a m 8 50 j m G 27 a m 7 15 p m " 5 00 a m o HO in " II 25 p m 12 :r p m 44 7 00 j in S 30 a ui " 7 00 a m 8 10 a in 7 35 am 2 10 a m 44 . 4 00 p m 7 55 a m Ar 4 10 p m fll 45 a m Lv 2 00 p m 7 15 a m " 12 55 p m 4 50 a m " 12 11 p m 3 45 a m " 9 50 a m 10 50 p m 4 0 27 a m 7 15 p m 4 3 30 am "5 50 p m " 1 50 iiwm 4 53 p in " 1 Ul a m 4 14 p in 44 12 01 a m 3 3') p m 4 11 10 p m 2 53 p m 44 9 55 i id 1 25 ; m 44 8 05 p m 11 40 a in 44 4 30 p m 8 35 a m MURPHY BRANCH. fg 25 a m Lv Asheville. X. C. Ar 10 53 am Ar Waynesville. X. ('.. 4, 5 43 a m Ar JarrettV. X. C, Lv 3 20 p mf 1 00. p m C 00 a in THE SUFFERER'S FRIEND. Uow many people who are suffering from Blood Poison the world knows not ; but read the following letters and you may be interested : FOUND BY ACCIDENT. Baltimore, Mi., Jan. 2S, 1SS7. i I have been a sufferer for six years witK Catarrh, Ulcerated Sore Throat, and Rheumatism of the Chest, from blood poison. About four weeks ago I was passing the Botanic Blood Balm store, No. 8 North street, Baltimore. I went in and consulted your agent about mv case. He. gave me one of vour B. U' B. 44Book of Wonders," which I read. I called in a lew days alterward aud got a bottle of vour Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B. I am now on the third bottle and will say that I have felt a marked improvement since the third Cay after commencing to use ysur med icine. I now have no trouble from my throat, and have improved so much in every way that I am satisfied that bv the uso ot your medicine I will soon be all rigHU I .have taken many and some good lor tnis B. B. the best remedy I have had, and I cheer fully recommend your "Botanic Blood Balm" to the publi as the quickest and best Blood remedy I have found, after six Ion years of search for health. Very respectfully vours, JOSEPH W. FLOWERS. 210 Slemmors Alley. nights always alfect the bowels, and THE LOWEST POSSIBLE suggests some preventive remedy. Dr. Biercrers Huckleberry Cordial is tbe one. STATE UNIVERSITY BRANCH. Try Waargoraan's Rheumatic (We. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. PRICES FOR CASII OR BARTER I f!2 15 p m 1 15 p m G 25 p m 7 25 p m Lv University. X. C, Ar 12 05 p m Ar Chapel Hill, X'. C, Lv 11 05 a m 20 p mf 20 p m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. We are receiving TNDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE. I announce myself as an independent Republican candidate for ConHr.ble ot Hillsboro Township, and will thank the people tor their support. M. C. RAY. DRY GOODS, THROUGH PULLMAN C RS. Train No. 50 Washington to Atlanta ; Atlanta to New Orleans ; Danville to Columbia and Augusta ; Raleigh to Asheville, Hot prings ami aiorniown. Train X'o. 52 Washington to New Orleans; ahtngton to Milumhu ani Augusta; Richmond to Greensboro; Jtaleigti to oreen-Doro ; nau:-,oury w Knoxville. Train Xo. 51 New Orleans to Atlanta ; Atlanta to a-hiugton ; Dan rtou ; Knox F1SE COWS AND HOGS FOR SALE. Jersey and Devon i'appening m their neighborhood. Miss D. C. Kanouse, of be sses Nash aud Miss Kollock's school, spent vacation North. We glad to know that she has re inmed and is again in charge of the -humc Department, of this well knoWn school. Miss Kanouse be- " i-"-J UVbUUlUllBlieil IN I have several Cows for sale. Also a Tot of fine hogs which will be sold low down for cah. Address, E. II. STUBB1XS, Rock Springs, Orange Co., N. C. T CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, NOTIONS, SHIN- anville ; Morristown. Hot Springs and A site vi lie to Raleigh. Train Xo. 53 New Orleans to Washington ; Augu-ta to W:tb'ingt ville :o Salisoury ; Greensboro to Richmond ; Greensboro to Raleigh. Augu-ta to fDaily except Sunday. Daily. W. A. TURK, D. P. A., Raifcigb, N. C. '1 JAMES L. TAYLOR, G. P. A., Washington, D. C. W. D. WIN BURN, A. D. P. A., Asheville, N. C. 3 very popular. ; INFORMATION. All who desire full information about ,Jhe cause and cure of Blood Poisons. Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ul cers, Sores, Rheumatism, Kidney Com plaints, Catarrh, etc., can secure by mail. free a copy of our 32-page Illus trated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. G3. O THE VOTERS OF HILLSBO RO TOWNSHIP. Having served the past two years as Constable of Hillsboro Township. I take this means of notifying you that I am a candidate for re-election. I have endeavored to. discharge the duties of the oflice laithfully. W. P. ROBERTS. JpOR TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE. I announce myself a candidate for! Constable of Hillsboro township, and will be thankful to my fellow-citizens for their support. C. C. SMITH. - v GLES, &c, &c. And don't forget that we keep tbe ; best GUANOS on the market, and tbe celebrated Teuuessco Wagon. GRAIN DRILLS at your own prices and a fine line of BUGGIES and blOVil5 way down in prices. JAMES WEBB, JR. & BRO. FOXJTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER8 J. S. SPURGEON, DENTIST, HillHboro, IV. C HTOfflce next door to Dr. Hooker's Drug Store. Open every day. D R. WILLIAM LYNCH, D EN T I S T , Durham, IN. O. HTOfflce In the Parish building on Mangtua Street. So Ritu will Cfc it Colic Bot cr Lcs F if Yorztrt l'o"-fr .' um.'i la urw. ioctf rowim wUlrare k&d preTn.JloCirolJie. oetr Powlni w'.U pr-ymi Gti r Fowi. Focu"fc Powder Inert tt siiisry ct cur crtfcra tweoty per cecu tuie U.e bssr tirax rwt. Foau- Pow4rt w3 enr or prTt lisw: xtxzt Diniii to hicii Horv ai f iere uti,?t Forrx1 PowDtu wrtt it bTikcrujt. DAVID S. yotTTZ. Proptletof . ' "For sale at Hillsboro by W. A. HAYES, Druggist. RIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. You can gft gooi board by the day, week or month, by applying at second door west of Lynch'e jewelry store. HENRY RICHARDS, JR.