oI!an;b county observer.
ji 1 1, 1;S Foiro iTg if, Nt. C.
- Fkb. 9, 1889.
" "sUIiSCKiri'ION RATES:
,r,,' vf:r. to be paid lit advance, fl.OO
'RATES OF ADVERTISING :
Vlverti-ement will he irf rted for
I ',tt . r jn;ire (one inch) tr the first
,,1 !it:y ifiit for each nwbrenent jiub-
uiitnu't for advertl-intf lor any
,.,., nr time may be made at the otliee
,,j"tli- OnsKHVKi:, or by correspond-
rTT 1 1 EO F F I C E OF THE OR
"aNGK COUNTY OBSERVER
IS ON CHURTON ST., OVER
HAYES1 DRUG STOUE.gPJ
J V IlOns FOR MARCH TERM.
The County Commissioners have
drawn the following jurors for the
next term of Orange Superior Court
which convenes at Hillsboro on the
l&tb day ot March.
Mesarg. Janes Norwood, Walter
W. Pickard, Levi S. Walker, David
Carey. G. E. Doonell, John T. Nev
ill, S B. Sparrow, Henry N. James,
Robert V. Sirayhorn, J. H. McDade,
George Lawn, D. C. Parks, W. C.
Andrews, D. & Garrard, A. J.
Brockwell, Ja. P. Hogan. Stephen
E. Cole, J. D. Webb. C.E.King,
Wrn. P. Jordan. R. J. Nick. VVm.
II. Jones, Jos W. Pickett, John F.
Atwater, T. W.Burch.S. T. Pittard,
G. N. Wright, George Brown, Bax
ler King, James F. McCadams, R.
D. Ilinton, Henry Lloyd of Green,
R. G. Tinnin, J. !. Womble, John
A. Wikerson and T. M. Booker.
' TIME TABLE NO. 13.
TAKKS KF1TXT 0:40 A. M., -J AN'. 6.
Train No. 50, Mail, going West,
Icavtw Hillxhoro 6:2G p. m.
No. 5l,,MHtl, going Eart, leaves
ILllshoro a. m.
No. f-, Freight and Accommoda
tion, ironm West, ' leaves Hillsboro
at l:0o a. m.
So. 6.', Freight and Awommnda-
V,!!, goniij East, leaves Hillsboro j tt
3- '1J ' '" ! Wo will l..,Kli.K th r.r.n,,
.No. 1.,, Loral re.Rht, (no pa-nen fi, ()raP Cnm.iv Shv
in next week's
Orange Presbytery at its meet
ing here lat- week refused to accept
the resignation ol Rev. W. F. Wil
helra as pastor of the Presbyterian
Church at Hillsboro. We are in
formed that arrangements will 'be
made in connection with some ol
the country churches to keep this
pood man with us. Tfiis will be
ood news to all of our people.
p.'"1.) tf"ing Ea-t, leaves Hillsboro
at .'::; p. in.
n. 10, Local Freight, (no paHsen
cef.) H-'i-'K Went, .leaves Htllsboro
j at 3 20 p. m.
J. G. COOLLY,
HfTt.SHOUO I'OST UKFICK. uthce
hourH from 8 a. in. to 7.3'), p. m.,
very day except Sunday, and On
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. n.
II. L. PARISH,
u a ' i:isa ' A .V IT VMS .V A XI
All honor to the Y. M. C. A. of
II dehorn. It it doing good work.
'--Mim A 'j-I'M WiIkoii. dauuhter
f I)r. Thomas' J. Wilson of Chapel
Hill, i visiting Mix Bessie Mebane.
M James Norwood. Adminit-!
imtnr of Alex. 1'ratt, dec'd, adver-j
tices a tract id land for sale. See!
Rev. W. F. Wilhelm and wife
Hurtled Out, but Htlll
I am receiving every day a
fresh line of Heavy and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes and Hat. I am now
in the old Laltimer Jc Brown
storehouse. Cotne and see me. I
will sive you money. Am selliug
everything to eat and wear cheaper
than ever before. I have just re
ceived a fresh lot of Rye Malt,
wnich I offer to my friends and cus
tomers at the lowest price, ome
and isee me. Your friend,
H. L PARISH:
2 ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
METHODIST PA RSOSA G E.
Mr. C. M. Parks, the purchaser ot
the Jas. Y. Whitted house on Char
ton street, has converted it into
a Methodist parsonage. For several
weeks workmen have been . making
a great many improvements on the
premises, and the house and lot
looks quite different-. This week the
ladies of the congregation are busy
getting the bouse ready lor the pas
tor and family to move into next
week. Sometime soon it will be in
order for the friends ot Bro. Packett
to give him a good old fashioned
Methodist ponnding. By this, we
mean everybody ought to go and
carry something that will be useful
in the way of housekeeping.
In this place on Monday, Feb. 4
at i.lo, p tn., Mr. T. J. Hardee, inx
the?3th year ot his age. Some
seven weeki ago Mr. Hardee and
wife came to Hillsboro where they
were strangers and unknown. Soon
Mr. Hardee was confined to his
room with consumption, and for sev
eral weeks before his death he was a
great sufferer. During bis sickness
je bad the very best medical atten
tion, and the people of the good old
town ot iiillsboro gave him and his
wife everything they needed to make
them as comfortable as possible un
der the circumstances, for all of
which the poor dying man express
ed his gratitude time .and again in
us last hoprs. His widow has the
sincerest sympathy of our people.
Uev. VVL II. ruckett conducted
he funeral! services from the Metho
dist church Tuesday at 4 p. ra., and
the interment was in the new cem
etery. The follow ingnamed gen
tlemen acted as pall-bearers: Messrs.
U. M. Parks, J. L. Jones, George A.
Durham, W..E. StewWd, O. I).
Hooker and D.i. Mebane.
The Salisbury Watchman pays :
The commissioners appointed by
the Synod ot North Carolina to ar
range for the founding of an Or
phans' Home, are called to meet on
the 21t of February, at 10 o'clock
m., in the First Presbyterian
church of Greensboro.
1 1 v ths death
Pursuant to an order of the Superior
! Court of Orange County to me directed
! iu :i tpeeiul proceeding entitled James
I Norwood, Adm'r of Alex. Pratt, dec'd,
j vs. Alrx. Pratt, Jr. and others. I will
'sell to the lih'hosf hiililfr lit th court
to Virginia lt week ! Im.um? door in Hillsboro on Monday the
of a Bister of Mr. ! 4th day ot .March. 18i, a tract o land
in Orange County,' adjoining the lands
lot F. N. MiudvVick. Alston Whitted
See notice of nnle of land near ' and others and known as pirt of the
llilUhoiii iiv V. Ballard and V . S. ' Firt Mountain, belonging to the estate
Halliburton, Trustees of
Jordan firov t the name of a
new pontothce recently established j
in thin county. Col. V. H. Jordan
in pot mailer.
Mr. W. F. Park left here last
Wednesday for Seattle. Wahington
Territory. We wish him much sue
ccsh in his new home.
Jdr. H. I. Forrest, of Orange
'o'inty, ha-4 been appointed a clei k
in the Uiclnnond, Va., postoflice.
Mr Forrest passed an examination
al Kichrnoiid last August.'
See stlvertisemeiit of Godey'a
Iidy's Hook. It is a tirst-elass mag
azine. S'nd l.r eentR for sample
ony. (Jodey'H Lady's Bok and
tins paper one year tor only 50
You can buv all kinds of Ltw
of the late Alex. Pratt
Terms of sale : One-half cash, balance
in lx months with interest from day of
sale, and title reserved until purchase
money is paid. ,
Thi :ill Januatv. 18S0.
iAi,K OF KKjtL KSTATK.
"i . .. . ...
Hlanks. and can have every descrip r,,.r.,,,M' n "VVv ' V '
- hr n M,'0 nf (li itnrtt 1 itiiiiti-
: On Thursday the 7th day of March,
ISS'J, we will sell at public auction at
the court house in IIUIsImho. a certain
parcel of land in- Orange County, lying
northwest of Iiillsboro on the great
road, ad joining Kilmoud. Knflin and Al
frel Holmes on the touth. Fruiik Cain
eion on the west, Josiah Turner on the
north, ami by the corporate bounds of
the town of iiillsboro on the east, the
same being the Anthony Faucett place
and formerly known as the Wm. New
man place, ami containing lorty acres
more or less.
ale made under mortgage to W. T.
'Itiackwcll bv J.. C. Faucett and Lizzie
rau-ett a appears bv morteae re
L. I'urrie has accepted ;
he Presbyterian Church -
tiuti ot Hofk rod. Job I nniing none
at llttrrrll Printing Jvune, Wel
b i, X. O, at the very lowest
a call from the Presbyte
at Imrlington, and will move his
family 1mm Hillsboro to that place
tin" spiing. He will be missed iu
The Commissioners of Orange
County at their meeting last Mon
day parsed a resolution not to ex
tend any more aid to. paupers out
side of the poor house, except in ex
Ire me cases.
All persons owing me, I hope
will come promptly forward and
settle. I have been burned out and
need all the money which is due
me. If you haven't the money,
' bring barter or anything I ran turn
into cash. H. L' PAKISH.
The Durham Tobacco Plant of
l- l. 1st, says : A sad accid-nt. be-1-11
our townsman, Mr. A L FolieU,
e-iorday afternoon, which resulted
ii.' i lie loss of his left hand. Mr. Fol
' u and Mr. Iob Poole ere out
t;i key hun lint;, about four miles
l r"ui town, and while going along
I'd : l ash.
W. S. ll Ald.llU'lUO.V.
Trn.-tees of V. T. lilitckwell.
ODlCYd.ADVS BOOK lor 1S89
MILLINERY ! X
CLOTHING I !
IUKH GOODS'! iJltKHM CiOOJLW X ! DiiEHH GOODS
SHOES! SHOES ! I
SHOES! SHOES I!
BOOTS ! BOOTS ! i
FALL STOCK ALL IX AND READY FOR IXSPECTIOX.
OLD HICKOBY WAGONS,
i-A few TWO-HORSE WAGONS AT COST, as we will not keep Wagons hereafler. Wo ha? no
room tor them.
C. M. PARKS.
MES Ii. MASON,
ClIAl'KI. Hill. N. C.
Fnutices in the State and Federal
"Collection of Claims and Revenue
Cases a specialty. War taxes paid on
and, prosecuted. Send receipts.
Mr. Jas. F. Terry, of lloxboro,
died last week.
A True Tonic.
When j'ou don't feel well and hardly
know what ail you, ive B. B B. (Bo-
tanie Blood Balm) a trial, it is a line
T. O. Callahan.- Charlotte, X. C,
writes : "B. B. B. is a hue tonic, and
lias done me ;reat pood.'
L. V . Thompson. Damascus. Oeoria,
writes : "1 believe B. B. B. is the bet
blood puntier made. It has greatly im
proved uiy general health.
An old gentleman writes : ' li. Jl. Ii.
gives me new life and new strength. If
there is anything that will make an old
man young, ii is B; B. B.
1. A. bhepherd, Norlolk, va., August
10th, 188, writes : -I depend on B. B.
B. for the preservation of my health. I
have had it in m familv now nearly
wo years, and in all that time have not
had to have a doctor.
Thos. Faulk, Alapaha, Ga writes :
"I guttered terribly from dyspepsia. The
use ot B. B. B. has made me tcel like a
new man. I would not take a thousand
dollars lor the good it has done me."
W. M. Cheshire. Atlanta, lia., writes
"1 had a long spell ol typhoid fever,
which at last seemed to settle in mv
right leg, which swelled up enormous
lv. An uleer also appeared which dis
charged a cup full of matter a day.' I
then gave B. B. B. u trial and it cured
Jno. V. Gkaiiam. Thos. Rufkin.
rRAIIAM & RUFFIX.
IIILLSBOBO, N. C.
Fraetlees In the Counties of Ala
mance, Caswell, Durham, Guilford.
tockingham, Ferson anl Orange.
Madam! See what 1 cenfs will do
It will luinir vou a saiunle conv ot"
lioi'Kv's I.aht'h Bhk, which will tell
you how to get the Skm.-skin SacqL'K.
.the SlI.K I K the (iol.l Watch a'ntl
t'oTTAii v. OKttAN, and other valuables,
w ithout a dollar.
I YOU CANNOT GET A BPIT ER
two dollar.o worth of Magazine than by
subscribing to liooKY, the Bcl Fam-
U Magazine in America,
j For lv9 it will contain : Fashions
i In Colors. Fa.-hious in Black and
I White : Iatet from Europe. Original
Novelties in Needle Work ami Kiu-
broiilery. Latest and most xpular
Music. Flans for the house you want
! to- build. Direction for decorating
! your home. Cookery Hnd household
help, by Mr. Chas. Hope, teacher in
! icverrtl" fashionable New York acad
emies, and selected by the Board of Ed
ucation lor the New York Fublic
c!iools. Literary enrichment by Nel
ly Bly. trv Qvt h'ertclf lacked up in an
Kinr anylun to Jlnd wit hnc thty
treated the inmnc. 'Ella Koimas
I HUKCH, E.MII.Y EKTNOX, OLIVIA Lov-
k li. Wii. . Mrs. HtK5TANi, Kih;ak
Fawcitt. David I.ofRV, tTC. 4
EVERY LADY HER OWN DRESSMAKER
Notice Is hereby given that I have
this day proved the will of Col. Jarae:
I. Allen, deceased, and qualified as Ex
ecutor of his estate, and have apiointe
F. R. Warren as my attorney in fact
and all persons indebted to said Estate
are heieby notified to make payment to
said F. R. Warren, attorney : and those
having claims against the estate wil
present tliem to said F. R. Warren, at
torney, properly verified, on or before
January 19th, or this notice wil
be plead in bar of recovery.
ThU .lanuarv 10th. Ivi9.
Wild. IE ALLEN.
Executor ot" .lames I. Allen
A. W. Graham. R. Winston.
QRA1IAM & WINSTON',
OxroRU, N. C.
Practices In the Counties of Gran
ville, Orange, Ferson and Durham.
J . L . STONE.
PIANOS: Emer6on, Kranich Jb Bach, Harrington, Schubert, Sew
ORGANS : Kimball, Miller, New England, Bridgeport.
5-TIIE BEST PIANOS in the world for the money.
PRICES FROM S190 TO $000.
I CAN BEAT NEW YORK ON PRICES.
I have tost returned from the North, where I purchased the lirgcRl
fetock of Pianos and Organs ever in this State. These instruments are all
of standard makes and lull y guaranteed.
Soliciting your correspondence, I remain,
Raleigh, N. C, Jone ICth, 188.
J. L. STONE.
IIILLSBORO, X. C.
Will practice In Orange and adjoin
ing counties. Office in the first build
ing east ot the Oeconeechee hotel.
Valitaole Town Lot lor
I will offer for sale on Tuesday,
March 19th, 1869, at 12 m., my val
uable store lot in Hillsboro on (hur
ton street, adjoining the stores of D.
M. Laws on the south, and Dr. O.
Hooker on the north. The property
will ho offered for gale as it stands,
brick and all. If not sold privately
before March 19th, it will be sold to
the highest bidder on that day.
Terms : Caah, or will take a lien
on the property with 8 per cent, in
terest, payable annually, and giving
purchaser reasonable time to pay
for the property.
Hillsboro, N. C, Jan. 28, 1889. '
Put Your Foot In It
IP YOU COME INTO
JTP 1 K JN C? 11 H
is o t l o is r
AGAIN IX MY M'ORE next
ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
No man ever sees one ot
Jb" XI 23 IS CII'I
Superior Shoes without the desire to
put his fool in it. Once
he does that be ii
W A NT E Dl
WE WANT TO EXHIBIT TO
OUR FRIENDS A WELL SE
FALL VISI WIINTEU
Ci O O U M
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
'i i utMiit of the nu Mr. Poole's
U'in wtjit off accidenlly, by striking who Pubscrlle..to Godey's lady's Book
l-a.tt otne ohiecL and emptied
ti t h.i 1 intii ilin uriKf ntid hand
J Mr. pullet L literally tearing the
tl'"!i into t-hrtds. Mr. Follett was
iM'.-'jhi to town and his family phy
icun, Dr. L V. Battle, las sum
"f.i.ei to his aid and it was fouud
ivot!.(.ary to amputate the srm be
fi?:i the writ and elbow. Mr.
'"lift; and his good wife b3ve the
V '"palhies ot our people in this
uii-toriuW, and it i hoped that the
"un l will not lead to more serious
to -fce piencca. 4 .
the eouiMtii, hioh vou will find in
eat h number entittle. vou to your own
selection of any eutpaper p;itt rn lllu
t rated in (iHlev' laoVs Bok. Your
l.Hi. Saiaole Copy will contain one of
thee coupons. The pattern chows yon
how to cut ut the ffarm,;ut you want.
Send 15 ceil tor Sample which w ill le
allowed on vour subscription when re
ceived. That's all we can "say in this
space. For the rest ee your s;vmple
number, for which send LV. at once.
Goiky is oulv 2.00 a vear.
UUDEYS LADY'S B(XK,
to Berry building, where I am as well
prepared .as ever to attend to my cus
tomer". I would b more than thankful to those
whom i have aeeouiinodatd tor years,
if they would help me .a little, as it is j.
Nelfct llonrcliuj: t I3ay
HehioI lor Y'ounjr
JL.tlle tiutl Li t
II ILLS BO HO, N. C.
THE MISSES XASH AND MISS
KOLLOCK will resume me exer
eise d their school on Weunesoav.
January 23d. JS9. and wi-ll close 11th
June (twenty weeks.)
Tuition for day scholars $20.00 peTj
Circulars sent on application.
On Monday, March 18th. 1SS0, at the
court house door in Hillsboro, by virtue j an(j there is nothing left for him to
of a mortgage executed to us bv J. A.
N hitaker and KufTenia hitaker his
wife, on the 22nd day of April, 1885, we
will offer lor sale for cash, a tract of
Fifty Acres of land more or les ad
joiningJames Pratt, James McCauley
and others, in Orange County, to satisfy
! said mortg-ire.
HOHKKT E. f'KABTREE,
M A It Y E. RILEY.
ISSOLLTION OF CO-PARTN ER-
The Ilrin -t I. Turner it-C. ha Tr-een
f?U.-.lv-il bv mutual carfin, anl tbe
51 ? '5 1 Si. i2 15 3 r n
't s ? a
do but to gracefully accept
the situation, enjoy hi
FOOT THE BILL,
which he invariably does with pleas
urable surprise at the low price
he is charged for perfect
FORM FITTING FOOTWEAR.
When you cotne
i and see tne. '
to Durham call
liverv business will be continued l.y D I .
T t. tt,a tt.-r (ir.Hov'a nid firm will .e;tte w ttti I . l nrner. ami i
Ail uiuu Willi tins v ,
t m...p- C .fvTv (Irspr.1 all .tents oi me o:a nna w:
'o inly Observer
and the Ouasoe County Obser
for tlie Orange' ver will be sent one year for $2.50,
Only SI tor 12 which should be sent to the office 6!
ill rerv"iia indpbrd to the?
...... . ... .. - . , . J -. T V, ,
I nae a pen i ine unesi urutjiu ?
ill t- iwid br Hen- ever seen. Can turnish a hniltea
' . r
Special tltttJtlon psid to all
orders by mail.
K. II. TAYLOR.
C Jan. I.-lr??4?.
number of ;? to raise from.
Jn. 3th. lC.
L. L. HA&SKLU
IlilLboro, N. C.
JOHN T. FRENCH.
Main St., next to post office, Dur-;
bam.N. C. - -
CASU OR BARTER I
We are receiving
GROCERIES, NOTIONS, SHIN
GLES, &c, &c
And don't forget that we kep th
best GUANOS on the market, )
GRAIN DRILLS at Tour win
prices and a fine line of BUGGIK-
and STOVESJ way down in pruts.
JAMES WEBB, JR. X- BRO
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