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M A JO II H. P. J OSES.
This gentleman left here Wednes J T . SHAW, J E W E L E H , I e b n it e i IM CJ j day night. He will locate in one . . . J Ai- M!. 27, 1SS9. lo! lhe Prn-pal towns in Washing- r:z ;ton nd take charge of the business KlI'TloN HATES : i in that State and Oregon, of Messrs , y, I in Hdvanvf l.ool Man, Sadler A Co,--a large whole "' -i-Ualo grocery and tobacco hone ot TO TiXE PUBLIC Snn li ran r!iv Tl.o t. .alt I... 1. - ( tl'N I'Y OBSERVE It. (, i i) U (i II , N . J . I ADVF.KTISING : will b- iij-rrtftl for , ((.!, irh) lor th P i each subr'(ju:"ut pub- accepted in -aid to be One ot unusual responsibility and wiil command a . first i ,'irHL salary t 6uccefuliy tilled. e regret to pee Maj Jones leave. Hit going create a vacancy in oui Board ot County Commissioner! that will be hard to fill. He wa getting our C unty financen in sood j fchape, and was doing some good - m OFFICE OF TIIK OH-1 work' tor the County. The Major's V,F COUNTY OBSERVER; family will continue to reside at , 0 f'UUliTON ST., OVEH their beautiful home near town. 'u s T iJil'f; STOHE. CFl We wih the Major much success in nis new neiu. i'l.Mi; TABLE NO. VI. VH T : JlJ A. M., JAN. O .vn No .'i'i, Mail, going West, t-.r advr-rtising j; J. !!. or by lor - any at tin- otiicc coi respond m. . ILIM.oro 0:2.) n y, .' 1. MVil, gn'mg Eat, leaves ; ..t.ro 1 1 ft. m. '( Freight and Accommoda oiim W-ht, leave Hilkboro 4 1 'b a. ni. - No :'', Freight and Aceommoda- CiV going Last, k'.ivt-s Jjiiihboro Vl ;i m. Ui,-.-u I'K-ight, (no pancn - j -J. "1'iir Hi-t, leaven . I 'ojr Vcd, hares IlilUboro ' ') . m. J G. COOLEY, Agent. XEIV MAYORS office. For he first time our Town Com mixsioner 8 met in the new Mayor's office Friday, April 19ih. The building committee consisting of M eaur. H. Richard, Jr., Geo. Lawft and D Y. Mebane accepted the building, and on their recommenda tion ait order was made on the town treasurer tor the sum ot $56u in full payment for the work. The Mayor's office in in the front room and. in the rear of it are two ceils tor prisoners. 1,,,1"boro j The budding is of brick, and is a i rriif ttft flit Anf rQpfnr f r .Tamoo Lrat Ire. ghi, (no pa-fen rrm.,;w. Tl wnpJf ,aB t n -4 f -!( Advertisement of pocket I'.llfl'i. ( notice of ak of land by G. t r t h i u lt, mortgagee. Mr. W. M. lieeves a.lvertines a , land for file. See notice. Mr Willi.s Smith, aged about , i a", died at his home near : - More. Wednesday inornintr . i - . 1 i -'HI. I)! ). Hooker and wife retnm- . i ;, ( ieo-ji:i W educhvlay . We i to learn that the Dr's vrry much i:nprrvcd.- Iurt Ittirton, a while boy i: i 1 st ars of age, was drowned Fo ctn.-inV pond, about five miles ! Durham, laat Saturday even- A; well done and is pronounced the neatest brick building in town. VSIOS PHA YEIt-MEETINU. A theJ-e will not be any uervices in any of our churches next Sunday night, the Young Men's Christian Association will conduct a union prayer meeting in the Methodist church at 8 p. m. Public invited. The uual weekly prayer-meeting w 11 not be held in the Y. M. C. A. room Sunday aiternoon. Absolutely Puro. Thi jM)Wiler never vanes. A marvel ot purity, strength and wholeomen'M. More economical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be fold in competi tion with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate now ders. S tlil only in cans. Royal Bak ing Powder Co.. 10G Wall-st.. X. Y; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ill. Mr. John Cheek is dangerously T!,er.' wdl he called meeting : : ! .i .'..unt y roard of Education, liny, April 'jTlh. All persons my public Kchool matters to i.ri'- hetore the IJ.ard are invited 'o tMeti'l the meeting Saturday. We :ire :i':iin under rdli"iilion "ir c'l'Vcr o' .? 1 friend Abd I - tor sniiiri niniT i;od to tat. ii' Tut u 1 1 v t M-Midnv a fine roe .4 We !-n'i know wh-re n ' :'-i t.ibie' i- kept tlinn at Abel's - H.ii'. Aunt ih an excellent , i'i i how lu tempt and jH.ii'' lhe aepetile. Abel has our ' n k- t ir an-'tlier act ot kindneits i, :rh is very much appreciated. -r. le'ter to the editor from Mr. t' Tation, Principal of Cedar ' ' v f Academy, says : "I have con i Sulci i rnoe to Ilillsboro and j n i male set ool in Sej tember, ot i.ith -liu; notice will be given 1 iii Aili leave a pleasant field open 'me i(,od teacher at tins iilace.1' will L'ive Mr. Patton a heartv w -'inc. and hone he may succeed '! n-i it'hliinr a good male school. TlIK WoMKN Puaisk B. B. E. The mi tiering of women certainly awakens the sympathy of every true philanthropic. Ttieir best friend, how ever, is It. li. It. (Botanic Blood Balm ) ciil to Itlood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga tor proofs. II. L. Cassidv, Kennesaw. Ga., writes: "Three bottles of B. B. B. cured my wife of scrofula." 31is. II. . Iiw.. Zalata. FlaM writes : "I have never used anything to equal B. B. B." j Mrs. C. II. (;ai-. Bocky Mount. X. C, I writes : -Not a day for fifteen years was ' 1 free from headache. B. B. B. entire ly relieved me. I teel like another person." .lames W. Lancaster, Ilawkinsville, t;a., 'writes: "My wife was in bad health fr eight years. Five doctors and. many patent medicines had done her no I'lod." Six bottles of B. B. B. cured her. Miss S. Tomliusou. Atlanta, Ga., says : For years I sullcred with rheumatism, caused by kidney trouble and indiges tion, I also was feeble and nervous. B. It. B. relieved me at once, although several other medicines had faikd " Bev. J. M. Hichardson. Charleston Ark., writes : "My wite mi tiered twelve years with rheumatism and female com- nlaint. A lady member of mv chinch had leen cured by B. B. B. She per stiaded mv wife to trv it, who now sayo th re is "nothing like B. B. B.. as it A Dl TY TO YOUUSELF. 'is sin prising that people will "-c n Miimun, ordinary pill when i . . ... .!.!.. v ' ! i the tiamc money. Dr. Aek- - KnlMi pills are a jwsitive '"''' f ir sick headache and all liver 'i'iibies. They are smill, sweet, taken and do not gripe. Dr. 1 ' Hooker, Druggit. I T" Blank Chattel Mortcages, -i.i '1 Deeds ami Mortgage Deeds 1 ' sa'.e at this office. (juickly gave her relief." rOIt DYSPEPSIA I'nc Hrenn'f Iron Dltters. I'hysiciuns reroramend It. AU d. nlors kit i it. Sl.o p-r bottle. Genuine has trade -mark ui.d cro-vscd red lines on wrapper. -q-OTlCE TO CHEDFrOK The creditors of the estate of the late 11. A. Patterson will take notice that the balance of the purchase money on the lands ot said estate has been paid into this office, and they are hereby notified to appear at my office on Monday, May Cth, 1889, for the purpose of having a final settlement of the same. This 9th day ot April, 1889. S. M. GATTIS, Clerk Superior Court of Orange County. By virtue of a mortgage deed execu ted to me by hdwin K. rorrest. and registered in Book X. page 152, of the office oi Ilegister of Deeds lor Orange County, I will sell for cash to the high est bidder at the court house door in Ilillsboro, on Monday, May 13th, 1889, a tract of land in Cedar Grove town ship, adjoining lands of Charles Forrest, Alonzo Forrest, II. L. McDade and others, containing 114 acres more or less. Sale is made to satisfy mortgage and costs. This 3th day of April, 1889. JAMES B. DAXIEL. N OTIC K Having this day qualified as the Ad ministrator ot the late Martha D. Black well, I hereoy notify all persons indebt ed to said estate to come forward and pay the same, and all persons holding claims against the said 'estate to present them to the undersigned properly authenticated on or before the 5th day of April, 181)0, or this notice will be plead In bar of their recovery. This 5th day of April, 1881k 'K. M. BLACKWETdV Administrator. s NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ALE OF HEAL ESTATE. NOW IS THE TIME. . a I h. pe my customers will see lhe 'tuii.irianee tit oiimim forward and "'tiimg i heir account. I am now imih lied to close op my entire l''!iriest4, and will have to ask vou By virtue of a mortgage deed execu ted to me April '27th, Iss, by W. T. Shields and wite and duly registered in Book I'.. page 45."). of the Register's office, of Orange County, I wid sell to the highest bidder tor cash at the court house door in Ilillsboro. on Thursdav, May 2.M. 1SS9, at 12 o'clock, m., 50 acres of good land. This 22nd day of April. 18S9. "G. C. FAIMTUXG, Mortgagee, 1875. 1HHO. SPRING AND SUMMER MIlLIXEHY GOODS, LATEST STYLES ! j- r s . m . l . Taylor, MILLINER, IIlLLSBOKO, N. C, has received a large, select and com plete stock of Spring and Summer Mil linery Goods, Indies' Dress Trimmings, Ac. dewely and Notions, a full line. - Agent for Butterick Patterns. White Gods. Embroidery. Laces, Summer Dress Goods, Embroidered and Iace Skirtings. Best and Latest Xew York Styles. tST" Price low for cash. M OKI GAGE SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a mortgage deed execu ted to me by Viney Pickard. and duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds of Orange County, in Book P., page 107. I will sell for cash at the court house door in Ilillsboro on Mon- ' r settlements at ouce. I don't j day. June 3d, 1SS, a tract ot laud in aru io distress any one, but I think Bingham township, adjoining lands of '' will te better for vou to rail and I Au n -ales, Ann Morris and others, "i e my and talk it . over. It vou In buying out the business of Mr. C. M. Parks, we have made arrangement to caUr to the Fancy Dry Goods and Millinery trade of the Counties of O ran go, Caswell, Peron. Alamance, Chatham and Durham. We will carry the largest retail stock of goods in North Carolina. Our Spring Season will open with a fall line of everything hew in DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS, all trradcg of HENRIETTAS, from 25 cents to tl.26. All that is new iu Mr. James Hedgpeth will be at the head oi this de partment and wants to see the old tare that ho has waited on so long. We. are determined that our MILLIISKUY HOOM shall not be surpassed in lhe Stale. We will say to the trade throughout North Carolina that has been deal ing with Mc. Parks in this department that we have retained the services ot Miss Addie Smith, of Baltimore, who has had charge of the de partment so long and run itao successfully. She will till your orders as heretofore in MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Onr new trimmer, Mi"R Dunn, of Baltimore, baa ar rived. She will assist Miss Addie in the Millinery Room. Our stock will be enlarged and force increased. Slock will be in and ready tor exhibition by April 5tb. We will handle this season all the popular brands f Fertilizers, Buggies, &c, Ac , &c. Yours truly, JAMES WEBB, Jr. fc BRO. HlLLSBORO, N. C. I can 11 rou WATC HES CLOCK j and J EW El.llY. as cheap as you can buy the same quality any where.- Impairing a qeclaity. Having a new Whiteomb Lithe. 1 am prepared to replace any part of i Watch in th" best manner aud a cheap as the cheiK'St. Al work sut th ough the mall or by express shall have prompt attention. oursiruIv, J. T. MlAU. Feb. 23. IvS'J. PROTECT YOUR EYES I ft GLASS tS- PAT? JUtTtt lit. Mft. II. If liMtitrjf, The well-known Optician of U20 Olird Street runder Planters HouwlSt. Ixuis, j has appointed Messrs. James Webb. Jn i t Bro.. of IlillslH)ro,-ias Agents for his celebrated Diamond Spectacles and Eyegiases. and also lor his Diamond Non-Changeable Spectacles and Eye glasc. These (ll.nsses are the greatest invention ever made in Spectacles. By j a proper eon-sii iu-tioii of the I. ens t persu prirchasing a pair of these Non- Changeable Glasses never has to change tlifse Glasses from the eyes, and every pair purchaMd are" guaranteed, so that if they evei leave the eyes I no matter how rusted or sei at r. bed the Lenses are they will furnish the paity with a new pair of Glasses fr of charge. . James Webb. Jr. & Bro. have a full assortment and invite all who wish to satisfy them selves of the great superiority of the Glasses over any and all others now lit use. to call and examine the same at JAMES WEB It, Jn. & BUOr, Hill si oro, N . CV HIGHEST PREMIUMS AWARDED BY THE VIRGINIA EXPOSITION AT RICHMOND, VA., On the 1888 Tobacco Crop, for the finest Lemon Colored Wrappers, Finest Lemon Colored Cutters, Finest Lemon Colored Smokers. The above Tobacco was grown with G. OBER & SONS COMPANY'S HPECIAL COMPOUND FOR TOBACCO. The best fertilizer is always the cheapest. Certificates can be famished by the thousand if desired. The Tobacco Display at the Virginia Expo silion was the finest the World nas ever seen. For sale by JAMES WEBB, Jit A BROTHER, IIlLLSBOKO, N. C. I IM O T 1 C E ! AM AGAIN IN MY STOKE next arrangements. Yours, C M. PARKS. Hiiisboro, N. C . Mar. 6. ')j?iplimcnts of L. J. WEAVER, (With .las. Webb, Jr. A Bro.) Ilillsboro, N. C , would be ulad to see all of hi 1 Gu'!d ;U,;N- C' ; i i . ! April 21th. 19. 1 t lends ami costoiners at lhe ! . -pOMONA HILL NURSERIES, POMONA, N. C. Two and one-half mile west of Greensboro. The main line of the 11. fc 1). H. K. passes through the grounds and within 100 feet of the office. Salem trains make rejrular stons twice daily each way, and makes connections will all trains at Greensboro. Mv Stock cott$i$ts of all the leading fruits cultivated to suit the Southern and border States, new and rare vari eties of recent introduction and all the old standard sorts. Also, Shade Tree?, Evergreens. Boes, ky'. Sc?nd for descriptive Catalogue No. 1 of Fruit Trees, Vines, &c, aud No. 2 "QOCKET BOOK FtUNDbv Mr. A. Green House Catalogue ot young pot I J. Dillon, ono-.irid-a-lialf miles east grown Kose., Chrysai themums. Carna tions and a general variety oi Deuumg and flowering Plants, ready for plant ing out in April and May. Catalogue free. Correspondence solicited. and containing S3 acres more or less. la rrt'kil tn cit icfi mfrf iTnn nnd t pay al', make some K3tislactory costs. This April 23, 1SS9. W. M. BEEVES. Mortgagee. to Berry building, where I am as well prepared as ever to attend to my cus tomer. 1 would be more than thankful to thoso w hom I have accommodated tor years, if they would help me a little, as it H much needed. O. HOOK kk; Druggist. l-3olxt lJottilliif At lu$' Hcdiool lor Yotinu: XnlioM and Llt tlo CilrlH, H ILLS BOKO, N. C. rpHE MISSES NASH AND MLSM 1 KOLEOCK will resume tne exer cises of their school otn Wednesday, January 2.'id, 19. and will cloe 11th dune (twenty weeks.) Tuition for day scholars $20.00 per Session. Circulars sent on application. noiii: again : I AM NOW IN MY NEW BRICK j STORE where I will be better pre pared thau ever to serve, my customers. F. N. STRUDWICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIlLLSBOKO, :. t . BRING ALL OF YOLK WAGONS AND BUGGIES AND SHOES to D. S. lllnton at hU home 1-2 mil? south of Cedar tJrove, to b repaired. He will take pleaute in repairing all kind of work. Painting and Va!uidi inir will be carefully done, and the twst i material will le usin. I will try to do yoi-r work ju-t an go-id a any one, and i lor b iss money. Give me a trial and I i will do my be-t to please you. Shop l 1-2 mile outh of . edar (iroVe, N. C. I Kepectfully, ! D. S. 1IINTON. J AMES B. MASON, ' W ill practice in Orange aud a Ijolii-. I shall keep constantly on hand and countie. Oftlee in the first build- i Ing east f the Oeconeeehee hotel. cf Ilillsboro. containing a small amount of money. The owner can have the povket. book and money by descxibing the s;ime and paying tor this advertise ment. Address." C. J. Dillon. Colfax. old house. I will treat them -J'ttofore. Respectlully, L, J. WEAVER. S ALE OF REAL ESTATE, j By virtue of a mortgage dtnl execu l ted to me bv N. I). Bain ami It. D. Bain. and duly recorded in the office of Beg j ister of Deeds tor Orange County in Book 0.. page 244, I will sell tor Cash ! at the court house door in Ilillsboro on the world for Saturdav. April 27th. 1SS0. a tract ot iHcKLKs's Arnica Salve li.e Best Salve . ' Lruises, Sores. Ulcers. Sail i land in Chapel Hiil township, adjoin U!:fiin. Kivp rv cu' ' ing lands of G. E. Don tiell. R. D. Pat- r Ii.mJ in ;ores, ever Snrna TMa (H.nn . ' ' i e.Tctii mill iirhi.Pi: cnntimiiia' I wo Htm Chilblains, Corns, and ! tlre,, aml sixty .re& lhe prop. nilttions and rmsilivplv ,t,. ; i tS' or no l'ay required. It mother. K'varanteed to give perfect sati' S;lle made to satisfy said mortgage I?'""', or money refunded. Price a,V.!1;1 , ' . nu nnr h, v i-i 7 i lhis 2oth day ot March. 19. A HaVJ r X' lT Kale by W'i E. A. KOSEMOND, je, lrrii;i8t. ' Mortgagee. Address. J. Van. LINDLEY, Pomona. Juilford Co., N. C. WILLIAM LYNCH, DENTIST, Iniliasn, IV. CJ. CETOftice in the arish building on Man gum Mreet- pillVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Yoa can get gooa board by the day, week or month, by applying at second door west ot Lynches iewelry store. HENRY RICHARDS, JR. will receive daily all kind of FAMILY GROCEKIES. FLOUR, MEAT, LARD, BACON, MEAT and MOLASSES Al- DRY CO CDS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS. NOTIONS, Ac, Ac READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE. Will keep a fresh supply of C A N N K D GOOD . All kind of Country Produce w ill : taken in exchange for goods for which ca.h prices will be paid. N 1CHOLS, BENTON & WEBB. COSTR1CTORS AND HL'ILW.US, IIlLLSBOKO, N. 0 ATrOKNEY-Al-LAW. t;iiAiKi. Hii-i- N. C. Practices in. -the Stat and Federal ;oiir.. tlfOjIlecth.?! of Claim and Revenuo '.ws a sw Ialtv. War txe jald oa land, prosecuted". Scud re-eijt. iJxo. W. GftAiiAH. Tttos. KtrriN, will take contract to do all kind of I j 11 AM & IlCFFIN. ! brick and wood work, plastering, Ac i Satisfaction guaranteed. I References given if required JAMES NICHOLS. PETER BENTOX, ALEX. WEBB. VALUABLE MILL or i ; ATTORN KYS-AT-L AW, ! j MUAAWmO, N. C. i I'ractice In th (unti of Als - man'-e, iwe.l, Durham. Gul!fordr Km klngham. Person and Orange. B FOR male:. Y virtue of an order of the Surf- rior Court ot Orange County to me 1" TLOW EKING PLANTS. Yonr choice from the following H . , ..-. ; n r c.j w 1 1 v pTTirii. utr inni' n znu. otr?cieo: in xne rax n r.vio imiwr ; - . - - - iTride Jones awl Pride Jones, Jr., I will j ?r '" iJ "n xor wen rootcjr ; sell to the highest bidder at public i Lut waller plant, j at public auction at the-court hou ; idoor in JlilUboro, on Monday the ah i Altrjanthrraa. Achyranthu, Aly Li. th .iiMf.u mi!!! Abtitilou. AmpeloMU, Achlies, j .. . -j , property known as the HlLLSBORO MILLS, t 2 1 rw t- cV,11 .-i vrvsv. va v r.lnti l wwinw j Miaul! within. 5he coroorat limit of man ec. uriure. . tQwn rt mjubonx containing 4 acres, more or le-. on which U situalfJ j valuable Corn and i tour MiU fotne and see me at my new store and I will give you the Terr lowest pricef in everything to eat ami wear. Your friend. Aquilegia, Aiparaus Canna.4, Carnation-. Centau'ea, Chrywrnthemuiav Dahlli, DaUie, Ferna, Feverfew Fn chshLs, Geraniums Heliotropes, Hi-bi-.-ns I-tntaniA, Jloonflower Paile, Plilox. Pinkft, PhuuiaA, Salrh. Tor renti, Tuberoses, Violet, 'Wallflowers M. R. CATLIN. Term of sale : One-third lu bal-: Richmond, Vju mee In rjnd 12 mouth with interest ; 713 Liurel St., on the river. (mm tv ct ale on dferreH nvBer.V. ! ThU 2stb day of March, KT'Sobscribe for the OTaagc A. YT. GRAHAM. County Observer. Only $ I for 12 H. L PAKLsII. Cimmtetioz.T. months.