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I j, j h LSHOUOUGII, N. C. UurKlAY. - -Jan. 2G, 1889. i;nscKirTiON rates : .... I 'I i! ' months. 50c JIATKS OF ADVERTISING : iheitiments will he inserted for r square (oik? inch) for the first fur !U-1 1 anli.iTi i ii'i if nnb- 1 j, (ji i in ' . .. ..... - j nwWM rs ior aoveru.-ing' ior sniy the Okskuvkk, or by correspond - K OFFICE Ub ' ' h UK- j , , . .....,. A N G K CO U N 1 i UHSll,K V U.K IS ON CHURTON ST., OVER HAYES' DRUGSTORE.. TIME TABLE NO. 13. 7AKKS EFFKtT 6:40 A. M., DEC. 17. Train No. 50, Mail, goin West, leaves Ilillshoro G:2G p. ra. No. 51, Mail, going East, leaves Hillsboro ll.tiS a. nV. No. 52, Freight and Accommoda tion, going West, leaves Hillsboro at 4:0b a ni. No. 5", Freight and Aecommoda $50.00 REWARD. The above reward will be paid to any person famishing evidence suf ficient to cause the arrest and con viction of the person or persona who entered my store on Friday night January. 11th, 1889. The person giving; the information will be pro tected CM. PARKS. See notice of Willie Allen, Ex ecutor of Colonel James I Allen, deceased. t.v oni'tiAS. "What is an orphan V asked the teacher of the class in definitions. Nobody seemed to kuow. "Well, I'm an orphan " said the teacher, seeking an illustration thad would not ruyeal too much. At this a hand popped up, and the owner of it claimed, "An orphan is a woman that wants to et married and can't.1 Harpers Jlajazine. WE CHALLENGE Any man, woman or child who is allected with Constipation, Dyppep sia, Headache, or Torpid Liver to prove that a few doses of Simmons T: l i . i i . . i inn l : JjIvht lice i flinr win iiot rpiiiiio ii, going jasi, .leaves xiiusooroi : ; ::10 a , j meui. it never tails, and is so pure, No. 15, Loral Freight, (no paen j ao 8Ure 80 baruiless thai au lufant gers,) going Eat, leaves Hillsboro :V.'JU II 111 ill ' js . 10, Loral Ircight,(no paftsen m;i,) going Went, leafes Hillsboro at 3: 'JO p. in. J." G. COOLEY, Agent. can take it and never have a second spell of Colic. Au adult can take it, keep the bowels regu'ar aud se cure health. HIM.SHORO Post Office. Office hours from 8. a. in. to 7. .30, p. m., every day except Sunday, and on Sunday Ironi l'J oi. to 1 p. ni. H. L. PARISH, Post Master, r r After hj ending several weeks at Tiii 'in :t'h vail t Ga., Mr. (). 1). Hooker rt tii! m-d'to Hillsboro Monday night, lit; is very much pleased with his trip. Misses IJertie and Gertie Pierce liae returned to their home at Ral t !i'li after aVle:innt visit lo Mimes Mi and I-i'la Turner, ot Maple Hill, M'lir Uiif plan. ''1 eaij buy all kind of Liv Kl iiiks, and can have every descnp lion i.f Book nd Job Priming done ii IfiirrrWx Piinthoj Iloune, Wel don, N. C, at the Very lwwe.-t jificen. . AJj pt;'sdiis owing me, I hope wi'i ctnj promptly fur jird and M iile. I have b.n bu i ed otii and ie-d all liie niniicy which i. due It you haven't the money, Irn" barter oi aovihing I i an turn intoea.U. 11. L. PAIHSH. Tin; C nvi'iH ion td" ( Ontderale IVti'inti.TK at L'aU-iL'h I hi Tuesday uas attended by uvo hundied vet erans, and pi i ale Juiiau S. Carr presided and deliver. -d an address. The Legislature w.is petitioned to increase the pension appropriation. Ve regret to hear that Rev. W. F. Wilhelm, the aide arid popular pa-tor ot the Presbyterian Church, Hill leave heie in February lor Wet Virginia, where he has acceped. work Irom the Synod of thai Slate, lie wUl he missed very mucb by the people ot our community. -The officers and teachers of the various Sunday Schools of Hillsboro wiil meet in the i . M C A rotn, on Fi'iday night, Jan. 25lh, at '7 1-2 oYloi-k, to make arrangements for the meeiing 'of the Suuday School Convention of Orange County at liis place on Friday, Feb. 22d. --The manajjers elected for the eomniencetnent ball at the Univer Kdy of North C'arolina in June next, are as follows : Chiet Manager, Ga-1 1 ton l.attle, Rocky Mount; Assist-1 anti, Jas. J. Philips, 1 arbor o ; A. S. Williams, Wilmington; Paul Braiieh, Wilson ; R. G. Vaughn, Madison ; llinrv Siaton, Tarboro ; Robert W. Hinghatu, lbngham School MARRIED. On the 17th instant, at 7 p. m., at the residence of A. J. Gordon, Esq., lather ot the bride, Mr. John D. Thompson and Miss Cornie S. Gor don were married by Rev. W. H Puckett.. May all their days be pent in bliss, And all tneir plans succeed; Be but a- happy we wish. And they'll be ble.s.-icil indeed. A FIILEXD. We wish our young friends a very prosperous and happy lite. President E. J. Parrifch, of the North CaroliuH Sunday School Con vention, by order ot the State Exec utive Committee, has issued a call lor the Assembling ot Couuty Sun day School Conventions, at each county ceat in the Slate, on Friday, the J2d ot February next. Any minister of the Gospel, superintend ent or ofiicer, teacher or adult mem ber of any Sunday school may bo a member of these conventions. Pas tors and superintendents resident at the county-seat will arrar.ge tor the conventions. Each County Couven lion is expected to appoint five del egates to the State Convention, and the good otliccs of the press of the Stale is solicited in the effort to make the county meetings a success. A great deal of good may result troni these assemblies, and the Or ange County Oijseuveu hopes to be able to report that every county in the State has responded-to the call. Out, V I i v . lut SStill 1 am receiving every fresh line of Heavy and Groceries, Dry Goods, Slioes and Hats. I am day a Fancy Boots, now MARRIAGE OF REV. JAMES E, GAY AND MISS MARGARET H. DROWX. Rev. James E. Gay, of the North Carolina Conference, and Miss Mar garet II. Brown, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Brown, were married at the Methodist Church Tuesday, Jan. 22nd, at 4 p. m.t by Rev. L. W. Crawford, assisted bv Rev. Dr. W. S. Black, Presiding Elder of the Raleigh District. Messrs. Samuel M. Gattis and E. L Hassell acted as ushers. The attendants were: Mr. Henry N. Brown, Jr. with Miss A time Wilson, ot Chapel Hill. Mr. N. W. Brown with Miss Julia Crews, of Durham. Dr. W. B. Crawford, of Lering tou, with Miss BessievrHo,oker. Mr. T. D. Turner with Miss Julia H. A'.bea, of Winston. Mr. R. L. Crisp, of Leasburg, with Miss Annie Wolle, ot Greensboro. Mr. E. M. Harris v-ith Miss Alice Wilson, ot Chapel Hill. Mr. J. F. Rargrave, of Lexington, with Miss Be!sie Mt-bane. Dr. J. S. Spurgeon with Miss Annie E. Strut wick. Mr. H. L. Parish with Miss Mary Wolte, of Greensboro. Mr. J. Hendren, of Chapel Hill, with Miss Carrie Jones. The bride entered the church with ler lather and met the groom at the altar. The groom went in with Dr. Black. As the bridal party entered, Men delssohn's famous -Wedding March was rendered by the organist, Mrs. Jo's. A. Harris, with clarinet accom paniment by Mr. Lounie Faucelte. The ceremony was performed in a very impress-ive manner. The church was handsomely deco rated, and the atteudanco was very large. Immediately after the ceremony an informal reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents. Bridal presents were received from Asheville, Durham, Greens boro, and other places. Some of the presents weie very handsome. lAfter rcceivme the warmest con gratulations of numerous friends, the attendants escorted Mr. and Mrs Gay to the depot where they took the west bound mail train for Lex ington where Mr. Gay is the sta tioned minister. The bride is very popular, and while it is Hillsboro's loss to part with her, it is Lexington's gain. She wijl soon make as many triends in her new home as she had here. The Observer joins the many friends oi the happy coupre in this community iu extending to them most cordial congratulations and wishes them all the bappiuess that cau possiblv come to mortals in this life. GRAND OPENING A T THE BAZAAR. MILLINERY ! I in the old Lattiuier & Brown storehouse. ; Come and see me. I will src you money. Am selling everything to rat and wear eheaper than ever befote. I hae just. re ceived a tresh lot of live Malt, w nich I offer to mv friends and cus tomer at the low est pi ice. Come and see me. Your friend, - I II. L. PARISH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Xl'X'UTOlt'S NOTICE. Notice, is herebv ffiven that I have this day proved the will of Col. .lames I. Allen-, deceased, and qualified as Kx eeutor of his estate, and have -appointed F. Ii. Warren as mv attornev in t'aet. Skvf.kk Cases of Blood Toison. Thousands sutler from blood poison, Who would be cured it they gave B. B. 11., (Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. 8end to the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for book of wonderful cures, that cor viuce the most skeptical. It is sent free. J. O. Gibson, Meridian, Miss., writes 'For a number of years 1 sundered un told agonies troni blood poison. Sev eral prominent phvsicians did nio little ifanvirood. I beau to use B. B. B. with verv lit:lrfaith but, to mv utter surprise it has made me a well and hearty person." Z. T. llalle;ron. Macon. Ga., writes "I contracted! olood poison. I tirst tried physicians, and then went to Hot Springs. I returned home a ruined man phvsicallv. Nothing seemed to do me any good. My mother persuad ed mo to try B- B. B. io my utter as touishmenl every ulcer quickly healed." Benj. Morns. Atlanta, Ga., writes : snlVered years from syphilitic blood poison which refused to he cured by all treatment. .Physicians pronounced it a hopeless ea.-e. I bad no appetite. I had pains in hips and joints and my kidneys were di-eased. My throajifasered aim my urease a mus 4i running sores In this condition 1 commenced a use ot II. B. B. It healed every ulcer and sore and cured me. complerely within I rwo mnnrhs.M CLOTHING ! CLOTHING I ! cloth: GOODS : DRESS GOODS 9 DKEHS GOODS ! SHOES I SHOES ! 1 BOOTS ! BOOTS ! ! SHOES! SHOES!! BOOTS! B FALL STOCK ALL IX AND HEADY FOR INSPECTION OLD HICKORY WAGONS. i ' few TVVO-HORSE WAGONS AT COST, as we will not keep Wagons hereafter. room tor thera. Wo Lave C. M. PARKS; J- AMES B. MASON, ATTORN EY-ATrL AW. Chapel Hill. N. C. Practices iu the State and Federal Courts. "Collection of Claims and Revenue Cases a specialty. War taxes paid on land, prosecuted. Send receipts. Jxo. W. Gkaiiam. Thos. Kuffin. QRAIIAM & RUFFIX, ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW, HILLSBOPO, N. C. Practices In the Counties of Ala mance, Casweil, Durham, Guiltord, Rockingham, Person and Orange. A. W. Graham. R. W. Winston. QRAHAM & WINSTON, ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W, Oxford, N". C. Practices in the Counties of Gran ville, Orange, Person and Durham. Jjl N. STRUDWICK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HILLSBORO, N. C. Will practice in Orange and adjoin ing counties. Oftice in the Norwood building east ot court house. J . L.STONE. PIANOS: Emerson, Kranich fc Bach, Harrington, Schubert England. ORGANS: Kimball, Miller, New Englaud, Bridgeport. gTHE BEST PIANOS in the world ior the money. PRICES FRgM $190 TO SG00. v; I CAN BEAT NEW YORK ON PRICES. No I have just jeturned from the North, where I purchased the fctock of Piaqoj? and Organs ever in this State. These lostrumtnts ol standard makes and tully guaranteed. Soliciting your correspondence, I remain, Yours respectfully, i.ir Raleigh, N. C., Jone ICth, 183 YOU WILL JPut Your Foot In It IF YOU COME INTO FRENCH S ALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY tornev. properly verified, on or before January l.th. IjsOO, or this notice will be plead iu bar of recovery. This January 10th. 180. WILLIE ALLEN. Kxecutor of James I. Allen. I DOCKET BOOK FOUND. tnd all persons indebted to said jtaie ... . . , t at e he: ely notified to make payment to lhe Danville Southern Jvlmcco AiA Vm 1;; Wanei . attornev : and those Journal savs : "A model philau-1 having claims against the estate, will thiol, ist is Mr. J. S. Carr, of Dur-lpre-ent them to said F. R. Warren, at- harn. With time overtaxed with great business interests and many investments lo look after, he never theless t'nds' oppotunity to mingle with his home people in their local veligous enterprises. We see he has jr.st been elected President of '.he 'Durham Countv Bible Society. Oh! for more such men." The will of the late Col. James I Allen w.w admitted to probate betort; Cierk (tattis, Saturday the UUh instant. His personal and real property is valued at S,J5,0(,0. After plying his debts, etc., the will gives to Drewry I. Roberts, a nephew of l lie Colonel's, 81,000, the remainder i lw- divided share and share alike, lei ween Win. Allen, James M. Al lir.widy Alien and Henry Allen, a'l colored and haid to be Allen's s"rs- Win. Allen is named as Ex- u-'ilor. ' The undersigned lound in- Hillsboro on or about Dec. '21. lJSS. a pocket book containing a smalt sum uf money. The owner can have the am by describing it, and paving for this advertisement. S. T. LATI A. Hillsboro. N. C. .l.-n. 11. IS!. fit o -si? 1m -a M iifcKt.KN's Anxu'.v Salve. iie Piesi Salve in the world for . It . ITI L-. fni. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- I AM o t i J 10 : AGAIN IN MY hTORE next to Berry building, where Imn as. well Seleet l$tiiclin Sc Day School lot Youngs Ludien uiid Lit tle GirlM, II ILLS BOKO, N. C. rnilE MISSES NASH ANT) MISS i . . . dn Monday, February 4th, 1SS9, at the court house door in Hillsboro un der order made in the cause of ,Wm. R. Laws and wile and others against Chas. ('. Gray in the Superior Court for sale of lands of Win. J. Gray for partition of land among his heirs, I will offer tor sale a tract of about 79 acres, known as the Wagoner tract, on the waters of Little River, and bounded by lands of Andrew' Polerfield on the north. Thos. L?wsonthe east. Wm. II. Jordan on the south, and James T. Turner on the west. Terms of sale. One-third cash and balance at six ami twelve months with interest trom day of sale, and title re tained untirfull payment is made. This 1st day of January, ISS'J. THOMAS GRAY. ( Commissioner. ( SHOE STOKE. J. L. STONE. WANT E l) WE WANT TO EXHIBIT T OUR FRIENDS A JWEJ.L LECTED s 1 s ALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue ot a decree of the Superior Court made in the case of John Mc Ciacken, Administrator of Addison E. Wilson, deceased, against the hetrs-at-law of the said Addison" E. Wilson, I will sell at the court house door in Hillsboro, on Monday the 4th day of February, 1S9. the real estate of the said Wilson, consoling of a tract of, laud on the. water ot Haw Creek in On1 ng County, adjoining the lands of EU Sharp. Meneee Wilson and others, and cont jilting 15;i acres more or less, subject to the widow's dower. , Terms ol -ale : One-third in eaeh, one-thiid iu six and twelve mouth, bond and security, re-cviug title until the purchase money is paid. This 31st day of Dec.. 1. john Mccracken, Admtni-iivtor and Couiuiissioner. K-OLLOCK will resume toe exer- .... i ... ..... .... ; eises of their srhruil on Wodnesuav. preoareu as evtrr io aiieou iu my i us- - - -- - - -- - - - .,irr- v c r lYH 11 Jauunrv lJO. and will close 11th P .roRIGAGL SALE Or LAN u. No man ever sees one ot IT It. EN CII'S Superior Shoes without the desire to y put his foot in it. Once he does that he is FOOTFAST, and there is nothing left for him to do but to gracefully accept the situation, enjoy bis purchase, and FOOT THE BILL, r- which he invariably does with pleas urable surprise at the low pric he is charged for perfect FORM FITTING FOOTWEAR. FALL ;YID WIN" O O 1 H AT THE LOWEST PO PRICES FOR CASH O f:ttKTEK We are receiving DRY GOODS, CLOT (iING, tomers. I would be more than thankful to those whom I have accommodated tor years, if they would help me a little, as it i much needed. O. HOOKER, Iruggit. and Chilblains, Corns, aud T EG HO UN CHICKENS hi i'.riiiiii.Mi itii onsitive v - Files, fantee i. or ts per how Lor sa c bv . I " Hillsboro, N June (twenty weeks.) Tuition for day scholars $20.00 per Session. V' Z Circulars sent on application. SOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER- D SHOES, If ATS, HARDWARE CROCKik's By virtue of amotgage deed execute to me bv Marv Jane Kimbro, dated Anril Gth" lsSS. "and regtsterel in Book j P. page 308, of the Register's office of Ora"-e Countv, I will sell to the highest - - - - l . . l Hll bidder for ch at tne court nou uoor in Hillsloro. on Monuay. rturuan -ui. The fl-nn ot P. rurner A Co. na been a triCt oi j;1Pli n Hillsboro town- ssolved bv mutual consent, and the LhitV idioinin land ot Thomas Dixon, iivery buaines will be continued by D. William Dixon, Gaston Workman and When you come and see me. to' Durham call GROCERIES, NOTIONS, ML GLES, fca, t'c. And don't forget that we kf best G CAN OS on the market the celebrated Special attention paid to all TeuncHI,co WnCOII( Lrupttons, and positively j es, or no pay required. It I bave a nen ot . the tinest I-ghor . , 3 V . Hens ever seen. Can turnish a limite teed to give pertect satis- numjjer Gf Kggs to raise from. ix money relundcd. I rite . L. L. H ASSELI er bov. For bale bv W. Hillsboro, N..C. Turner. All nerson? indebted to me ot the tinest Leglforn , o!d firm will settle with D. Turner, aud limited all debts oi tne oia iirm win ue paiu v D.Turner. D. TURNFIR. F. H. TApXR. others, containing 25 acres mose or le. The above sale ts mace u saiisiy oiu mortgage and costs. This 1st day of Jan 1S0. THOMAS D. TURNER, Mortgagee. orders by mail. JOHN T. FRENCH. Main St., next to post office, Dar ham, N. C. GRAIN DRILIJ? at your prices and a fine line of BUGV and STOYES way down in t. i JAMES WEBB, JR. fc BKO )'es, Dru -'ist. Jan. tub, ISsO Ilillsboio, N. C, Jan. 1, lss'J