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ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER.
; h i l hsn o no ugh, n. c -A TPRDAY. - - - Sept. 14. 1 JOSEPH A. HARRIS, EdUor. and 1 Pn 1 ... Entered at the Post Office at Hills-! l 1 T ,1 ' 1 l I ft -. DOrou!!, . as second Clans matter. i VtT'Vtui Crrunu:' (mnty OhsiTvcr tHtlx only pit -1i iiII1mIi41 in Onui;() Count v. A PREMIUM TO THE HEAD . EllS OF OUR 1A VER. We aro authorized by Commis- fiioncr I'.'JM. Wilson, Kho., of the ' . . 1 i Stnto Immigration Department to j pav that a premium of ten dollars in 1 cash will be awarded at the Indus-, trial DiH.lay and State Fair. Octo-1 "Hiad ores, and ulcers, the result , , . , . lf... . . ot a general breaking down ot his ber 14th to 10th, to the person in4. ,7 ki ' 1 health trorn Itver. lie was consid- North Carolina who writes and pub-1 efe( jncurable, but two' bottles of lishrs in his or her county piper the j Swift's .Specific brought him out all best article not exceeding one j right. 3 thousand words on the County in, which lie or she reside. Article to treat of advantages the County has to offer new settlers. Must be head ed, "This article is written to com pete for the Ten Dollar Prize, to be awarded at Industrial Diplay and Slate Fair at lialeigh, N. C, Octo ber 11th to 10th." Five copies of paper for usu of awarding commit tee must be forwarded to 1. M. Wilson, lialeigh, N. C, on or before October 1st. Mr. Julian S. Carr, President of the Con federate Veteran's Associa tion of North Carolina, has issued a call for the annual meeting of the Association to be held at lialeigh on Oct. H'.th, 189. Measures will be taken at this meeting to perfect the organization in this State. The vet erans of Orange must be represent ed at Kuieigh on the Kith of next month, VV'ednesday of Fair week. Hon. S. S. Cox died in New York city at !S.4) p. m., Sept. 10th. The Tarboro Southerner says that Judge T'owle will go lovnto pos terity as the great junketing Gover- nor. r ' Fabius II. Busbee, , has re signed as United States Attorney lor the Eastern District of North Carolina, the resignation to taW ef fect upon tho qualificatien of his suc cessor. El'lM Ts.Y. This is what you ought to have, 111 I'l.-t villi miluf limn it In fiillv nn. ill,, v. v, i". iminv iiiiiv, lb. iviuui til ' 1 ' - 1 lift. Thimbu., an. k !rhinnr for it dailv, .ind mourning bvcaiiHe i I hev i: l : . .. . MM . . l ! it not. P f i n 1 1 k. i n 1 a n tw ti 1 IIV'HUWIMin Uftwti i !viUha11i.la nl it ill arc orn m.int o t. ! iM'n..wimii vi 'iftiftin ift i J nyvilb Good Digestion and oust the demon Dy qrpia and install instead Eupep- j sy. e recommend' IJectnc lilt- tors xor iysepN;t and all diseases; tit 1.1 .'! Sf i-mliill rillil Iv i.lliU' Sold Jtt f.Oc and SI .00 per bi tile by W. A. Haves. DriK-'ist. ; nuallv bv our P....plc in The hope i ,.v t11" I'Wtnshment their exclu-thatt'lu-y may attain this boon. And i 8ivt nef s a'u Knleel notions cannot vet it .nav I, h id by all. We save l,:clul !lun ,roin nal.associa g'.aranleo'that Electric Buters, if! lon wh t"eves, murderers, and the aeeording to directions ind the 1 ,OWeSt' v!lefl ot e'Y c 1 b,ere 18 uo us,, ported in, will bring votl ; I'ate hell provided for them. Ir ; v,.rv woli -r l , .i.juiilv a short time: fdie wei?rht.,l l..Sft his m ti ihinking, but it is not well lor mm .to attempt to io Uod s thinking. Fieo thought and free . speeth is not a license to think and ( bought a large bottle; it helped her Ai:ker,feahy Soother. . It" con speak contrary to truth and right- '' r h(' nnther and grew bet- j Jios no Opium or Morphine.- ld I f a man cl.o.s to declare that Tt is i lf now b' Dr' ' Hooker, Druggist. , ; strong, healtby, rosy, plump, weigh-' T .lUsy. sMrnmcr t.me at the North itJg 140 pounds. For fuller particti-' The memories of childhood, the pole, and that the equator Is an ice lars nd stamp to W. H. Cole, ( 1 -ng. far-away days of boyhood, the bi'!:. he is only showing his own Druggist, Forth Smith. Trial Hot- i mother s loe and prayers, the voice lolly. biule n.- ii;" i., .1. j. HLlllIlL' :iie VTllllK deelaritioiis of truth "tind fact. From them there is no appeal. To , accept them is not mental bondage. . Shi! h's rough antj' Consumption Cure i- sold by u on a guarantee. It cure- roniiinp:iou. For vile !-, K. S. Menitt. h:ipel Hill: V". A. I lay HillsNro. That btcking cough can be so..piickly cured by Shih.h- Cuic. HV gruranto't' it. r or sale bv E.- . Merritt. Chaiel lh.1 ; . A. Haves, ihl!boro. . .r . ,v vou fistitfer with Dv.-pep-ii and Liver Coiupla'mt? M.ih.h's V italii r i- guaranteed to ure vou. For sale hv K. S. Mmiu. clupVl Hill: U. a". Have. Hill.b...r.. hiluhs Vitalier is what vou need for Constipation, bs ot Appetite. Diz - 7I11CSS, iness, and :dl symptom- of Dpopia. 'I'U-c 1J uiid.7r ceii; per bottl-. For Pi - lie i.-1: ?i eri'iTi, I liapel Hill ; n.l:Jruri A. Hav Hill-bopi "There are nearly one million of j pensioners, and last year they re- ceived Sc J,OUn ,U'U. Next year tnev f v ) Next vear thev will need, according to tlie Surplus Burster Tanner's calculation and i -. . . y-v r r r ,'. luin is, now u u me pcusiunsio.iu- ; qrease irstead of -decrease as the ! present spce.J, about o,uuw,u"U' Koxboro Confitr : The ffO-owrs, more. ' The conundrum- about all ; teli u that the tobacco crop of Per- .1' :.. L A I ..;nt,nro in iRMll Will VjM 1'lohl OllR Vl'St hut if it t j years rod on . Does old I irae rest 1Wn years. JTb Dew ; fyis scythe in honor of a veteran, and j COurt house a Graham is about fio if so, how long will he cease tojished, and when it is geatedwitb jinow? We ehrewdlv euspect that! new chairs, which will be done in a 1 the phenomenal execution to the!fyW be of bod . ... .. , rule is owing to the nxmg or cases i for bonus soldiers. V. Y. World. In December there will be a total ecli he of the fun in Africa. An American delegation will go to make observation. Dun & Co. report an improve ment in every department ot bui nena and the outlook is very en couraging. Business failures for the week 201, against 211 for the week j previous. Ir . T . ... His name is H. J. McKinnej ; his r08idCnce m Woodbury, Hill county, Texas ; his statement May, 189 i i ' rt My little Bon was cured by S. S: S.1ecliane wa m1au" wrerw wee.. Mr. John King, ot Jackson. Mis.. says that he was cured of rbeoma- lism in his feet and legs by taking Swift's Specific. This, was after he had tried many other remedies, both internal and external, and paid many doctor's bills. Swift's Specific has saved me years of untold misery by relieving a par tial paralysis in my left side. This was alter I had been treated by best physicians in St. Louis and Chicago. The trouble was caused by some derangement of my blood, which has been corrected byS S. S. T. A. Sheppaut, , Sherman, Texas. B. O. Gilleti, of Purdy, Mo., says S wilt's Specific cured him of Ecze ma on his limbs and body. He took only two small bottles. Mr. Childs, of Philadelphia, the newspaper philanthropist, at the close o the last chapter ot reminis cences, says this : "If asked what, as the result of f my experience, is the greatest pleas j ure in life, I should say, 'doing good j to others. Not a strikingly original remark perhaps, but seemingly the most difficult thing in the world is to be. prosperous and generous at the fame time." Bucklkn's Aknica Salve. The Best Salve in tho world for C'uts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt j Kheum, 'Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively! cuies Piles, or no pay, required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 2f cents per box. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Jonosboro Leader : A point was made in one of 4the sermons of last , , , u'AftL' ri 1 lw l . .1 . I rtt ""aciuu meetings whieh "aristocratic" peonle might do well to ponder. It was that into i the wicked "go away . . . A Scn.u' qk Pai-ku Saves Her Life. Jt was just an ordinary scrap of M'f'l ftfMtlfV lllit -i imS C fM.n.1 1. life. She was in the last stages of! consumi.tinn tnldhv i,l,vt;,i.,11B t hot i iht was incurable and could live' than seven: v noimrl On a r.;,. f urrinr, luf nir...r cl,n t-o,V T"l , - - " v V V V V" 1 - r,vvi ui ft . ..' I' v c ii v; i v.(Ul ui 11 . K:nA vt.w l)is,nv,rv nA namnle honli. it hftlr.n.1 r ck . ties of this wondortnl 1 Vunnfoti - -" 1'iotuin l Free at W. A. H ayes s .Drugstore. T v HlLLSBOUO MARKET. Corrected Weekly. Apples, Beeswax, 20 to 20 1 iutter, Chickens, Cotlce, Corn, 1 to i . -. to b7 12 Eg-gs. 10 j o : i-.. ! ' r lour, per barre!. t i J?rd' ' Lime,, rock, ' Meai. Molasses, Oats e a a S1.50 b" oi to 40 35 $1.00 to ' i. V o i .U?ar t 1 2 to Kr o .0 s Wheat tNQRTH CAROLINA "NEWS. The corjrt house at Carthage,' T , , , ? Mnnra I 1 1 n I v tens hnrnnn -r Iha lorninI ot Sepu-mb-r 5th and all; hi records Mere totally destroyed. , ---- - . continues to cure as it does now, it will h I no hriflitoet r - n unruii in somest court houses in the state. Oxford Ledger : The Oxford to bacco market had another field day last Friday. From early morning until late in the day the tobacco roll ed in from every direction, until every warehouse was taxed to its ntmogt capacity and a large number ot tarmers had to wait until, the fob ! towing day to sell. Each warehouse presented a handsome sight, and everywhere you Jookd your eyes tell upon the beautilut golden weed. Charlotte News : ,A tale that is vouched for as being stiictly correct, comes from Clear Creek township about two married men exchanfeiig wives. Ihey are neighbors and the i i - 1 l. The affair leaked out and tbe parties were brought before the church session. They admit their gjiiltr hut promise not to do so again. They were reinstated in good fellpw hhip on the strength of their protea siow of sorrow over their conduct. There is said to bo jio . doubt, what ever, of tbe accuracy of thia report. Wilmington Messenger: The ac tual pumber of deaths in Wilmington in August was 37. The colored deaths are more than three times the number of the whites, and yet they are but fitly per cent, in excess of the whites in population. Upon a basis of 20,000 inhabitants for tbe year this is a death rate for August of 22.4 lor both races. The whites for August, deducting two drowned or killed, leaving 8, show a rate of but 12 in the 1,000 inhabitants. If Wilmington w-as a town ot 20,O0U whites the death rate would not exceed 11, for Angost is s sicklier month than several others; Thor ough sanitation is what Is needed. But this will never be, tnd there can never be thorough sanitation without a perfect sewerage arrange ment. At 22,000 inhabitants the rate for August on a basis of a year is 22, and for whites only, putting population at 0,000, it is 10.6 iu, the 1,0.00. ' : - .' WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it. has been fully demonstrated to the people -of this coojUMMhat it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Dr. O. Hooker, Druggist. John L. Sullivan, the prixe fighter, has written s letter to the New York Sun, announcing bis willing ness to enter political life, and will become a candidate tor Congress from Ioston. He is a Democrat. HEALTHY GROWTH. cker's Blood Elixir has cained firm hold on the American people and is acknowledged to be superior to all other preparations. It is positive cure for all Blood and Skin Diseases. The medical fraternity indorse and prescribe it. Guaranteed and sold by Dr. O. Hooker, Drug gist. Major John Hughes, of New Berne, died last Mouday at Beau- . lorf N ! ' C. oiiit T1 1'TT T vn uilU lVlllU. fX" Jlh?r chiid k,lred bX the nRe of i nPates gien m tho form of soothing 1 UV y moiners give meir .... ' , I J - ..t'.i .... i i ii Url'IUTcIl hUCu U eaJ ly .. DQlMOn IS SUr : , . . : . ... prising when they can relieve the hiid vl its peculiar troubles bv us- !. ot a debarted nlav.fpthiw tKa an. . t t J uv mM cient church and schoolmaster to ail their greeu and hallowed associa tions, come upon the heart in the HUtlllfin Ot iitf lilf tha mamm A .1 0 tt.. - i i j pleasantly remembered dream, and j cast a ray ot their own parity and j sweetness over it- ' ,u,"lu curvu. ueaua ana swei. breatli secured,, bv Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price bo cents. Nasal In- jector Iree. For fate by E. S. Memtu i hapel Hill ;. v . -a. flares, Hfllsboro. . . For lame back, side or chest, use Sbi- 'vo s i orous ti t- i Plaster. Price 25 centi. 1 K'l i! f.v- V i Ulir I i 1 tint . Croup. YVhm-.pitJir Couh and Tiron ' chins immediately relieved bv Shiloh's 1 W. A. Hsyes. Hillsboro. to 45 fur.-. For ai by E. S. MerVitt Chap- l0 40;d i : A. Have. HillW $1.75 S'teples nights made ini-erable by ; in in" tliat terrible, cough. hiloh's Cure is! :rr-'. touga. mhiou s Cure tr - l,u "'mt'u r"i yUl. for sale by E. S. U; Merritt, Chapel liih ; W. a. Have-, oiHill-.lH-.ro. " UEATH. It is with feelings of sadness we annnnn.tn t V .InaiVi rt Vtnnia , , . .,, T , 0, .lannht - Allan T KnhnHnn Shu wa 17 Wars of age and died on the Gth of September, kr, uer rcuiaiKB! ii : were interred at Bethlehem chunb.jand utuatnouauuu.eru ner Oaks. ! -talesman, ex-President Davis, at h.s ! beautiful home at Beauvoir, Miss. .Jo bid adieu, it give us pain. To the one that whs o near ; We never more shall hear aeuin. That sweet voice that was so dear. Never more her face we'll greet. In this cold, cohl world of our?; But may it be our fute to meet. Where there are no parting hour?. J. A. Fnir Hit. About the time the temperance reformation began, a well disposed .i i.. j l i. uiuuKuiui tr.ig 10 o us wufc .u., ti -y" much more he should have to give Mill W MJ BHUUUUl. A HC Ulflll U him that he might clve him what he pleased.. "Well,' said the farmer, 'I will give you a sheep it you will K xuc KlT . t. askedhiraifhe would give htm nep u ne wouia ao wunout ram. ' t iii -i . l Yes," said the lather -you shall have a sheep, it you will do without. .. .i . i i , r l i ineyoungen.o.1 men aKt?a ii wouia ao me same Dy mm. " I es, m m w a 1 V Chandler," was the reply, "you shall nave a sneep.ioo, u you wni a without rum." Presently Chandler aiiced : "t atner, naan t you oetter take a abeep, too?'' This was a home. question ; the father had hard- ly thought that he could do without vuc Kovucrmure; ouv lU. u.reuv appeal was not lo be disregarded.! ,. , . , I The result was that the demon wul at one banished Horn the premises. a xjj i x xkj iouiwair. It. is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary Ipill when tney can secure a vaiuauie r.ngusn one for the same money. Dr. Ack- er's English pills are a positive cure for sick-headache and alt liver troubles. They are small, sweet,! easily taken and do not gripe; Dr. O. Hooker, Druggist. r - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRING AND SUMMER MIlLXIVIiIirtY GOODS, LATEST STYLES ! JJ-RS. M. Is. TAYLOR, MILLINER, HlLLSBOUO, N. C, has received a large, select and com plete stock of Spring and Summer Mil linery Goods, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, &c. Jewely and Notions, a full line. A eent for Butterlek Patterns. White Gods. , Embroidery , Laces, Summer Dress Goods, Embroidered and Lace Skirting. Bfrt and Latest New York Styles. tSTHrices low tor cash. YOUR JIO ME PAPER -FiitT : THEN SEND ONE DOLLAR AND GET THE U 11 tli urn Weekly Olobe I FOR ONE YEAR. Eiht Pages of Fresh News and Choicest Miscellany, Beau tifully Printed. A Distinguisbeil North Carolinian has pronounced Tin: Globe the Hahdsomf.st Pateu in the State! GET- FIVE OF YOUR NEIGHBORS to subscribe and we win send vou a copy, one year, gratis. We want one ACTIVE MAN IN - EACH COUNTY, to-canvass on liberal commission. Our agents are meeting with great success. One man had no difficulty in getting .V subscribers in a tew hours of odd time. You can do an well with a little energy. Tho J3u.lj- Globe give in concise and attractive form the freshest news of the day. and is just the paper for the busy man who wants the NEWS and want "it In a shape that he can take it in with the smallest Mjijble loss of time. The Daily Globe is $6 I a year. or 2 will pay lor a ' J Trial Trip of Four Months. Send for specimen copies. KDWARO A. OLDHAM. Late of the Charleston World. Editor and Proprietor. Durham, N". C HAKNEHH HHOP. I AH NOW PRERARED TO RE pair HARNESS, SADDLES, and to do all kinds ot work in that line. lK" fUtti prices moderate, i will i nv he! Mv shop is one door north ot Laws attention given to all wotk. Give me a trial and j 1 will do nay bet to please you. JOHN J. PLEASANTS, HilUboro. N. C. ) Tbe Fayettetille" Observer sys : "Hon. W. J. Green baa returnea Iroai an extended trip through the Southern State, in the couw of which be paid a visit to the beiovea i . . j M n . p-llTeMea a very deep in- Utent to the Lentenmal UbieoratioD r- , in November, and declared his in- I tention, God willing, of certainly be- ng present. 4" Drs, Starkey & Palen's Compound Oivffpn Treatment cure enronic disease. D It you want-to know how Com nnnmt tlvvcrpn ciirpft and WllOni It pliroi1 ,ir,in nostal containing nama .'d ad(ifeg8 to Dks. STiwci-r Ar. Viipv lfi2Q Arch Sl. , Pbiladeltihia, Pa. Heturn inaii will bring you-a free . ii4,Kup nf lMI napft ,..;,;,, , L tniiit There is a necro up Tar river that k lb ke He is aid lo nave eaten a ten pound bam, or several Lhaa mt onf fiillin,, He w some- ,.mo. nlnwfcj in flaL uo . ri;.cr he uoiea wfth.one hand nil Mtk wUh the othe, in fcl he ,h He & a Dretty - m , nA v , un,u,un dihard nmlinlK tft mnre . ... viA(,Washinaton (ia HAPPINKSS AND CONTENT. MKNT Cannot jn if VQ looV on lhe dark ,,ide of every little ob- v.i,;h ;n .tUn iit DlfltlC. 11 VIUIUK n ill ou ti n.u nib . . :. . Ackerv Dy8pe)8ia jahleX8 Vill cn.e tbe worst form of Dyspepsia, Con- stipatiou and Indigestion, and make lite a hauoiness and pleasure. Sold at 25 and 50 cents by Dr. O. Hooker urugist Tbe Florida-orangejcrop this year is etimated ut 2.000,000 boxes. . a FOU,DYHPEPHIA I'h Ilrawa'a lra Bitter. o rhyiiciuns rerominend it. All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine hu trade-mark and crossed red Unci on wrapper. ATE BOARDING HOUSE. You can get good ooard by the dav week-or month, by applying at second door west ot Lynch's jewelry store. r HENRY RICHARDS. .FR. D RS. STAR KEY & PALEN'S TKEATMKNT Y INHALATION. Eur Consumption, A.-thmu, I'ruiieliiiK Dyspepsia, Catarrh. Hay F- ver. Do billty,. Headache. Rheumatism. Nmi r.nliri.i and all chronic and ncreou dttorden. "The Compound Oxygen Treatment, Dr. Markey & Talen, No. Areh Street, Philadelphia, .liave been uing for the last seventeen years, h a cien- entitn: aujustuient ot the elements ol Oxygen ami Nitrogt-n rnagneUzid, ami the ronuound is so coinleiiied am made portable that it is sent all over the worlu. Dks. Staukev it Palf.n have the liberty to reler to the following name well-known persons who have tried tbfir Treatment : Hon. Wm. D. Kelly, Member of Con gress, I'miadelphia. Rev. v it-tor L. Conrnd, Editor Luth eran Observer. Phihidelptila. Rev. Chas. W. dishing, D. D., Roch ester. N. Y. Hon, Wm. Penn Nixon. Editor Inter Oeenn, Chicago. 111. W. II. Wrtrthington. Editor of New South. Birmingham. Alabama. aft. a a a a' Aim tnoiismios r others in every part ot the Coiled Mates "Compound Oryfjcn it Mlc of Ac a. . ... j- uon n na ttctuux. is tne title oi .1 new- brochure ot two hundred pages, put- lishtiijrny Ors. Markey fc I'alen. w hieh give to all inquirers lull information as to this remarkable curative agent and a record ot several hundred sur prising, cure in a wide range of chronic case many of them after being aban doned to die by other phieians. Wil be mniled'free to any address on appli cation. Head the bronchure : D RS. ST A R K E Y & PA LEX . No. l.")29 Areh St'Phlladelphia, Pa. J30MONA HILL NURSERIES, POMONA, N. C. Two and on-half miles we.t of Green-boro. The mafn lineot the R. & D. R. R. parses through the ground and within 100 feet of tbe office. Salem .trains make regular stops twice daily each way, and makes eon neetion. -with all trains at Greensboro. My Stock consists of all the leading fruit cultivated to suit tbe Southern ' -"a-a-i i.rr rw J iifr Van ott.. , 1.. ..: . oldstandartl sorts Also, Shade Tree Evergreens, Ro.es. Ac. riend for descriptive Catalogue No. oi ruu irees, vines. Ac, arwj No. 2 Grt-n Hou.e Catalogue ot young pot grown Rose, Chrysanthemums, Carna tion and a general variety of beddlne and flowering Plants, ready Ur plant ing out In April and May. Catalogue free. Correspondence solicited. Address L 'Vail LINDLEY. Poncna, Guilford Co., N. C. VN. rLrl Aboolutoly Pyre. This powder never vanes. A mxrvtl ot purity, strength and wbaleoinene.. More veconomloal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In eoropeti tion with the multitude of low tet, short weight, alum or phosphate ders. Sohiunly in rn. Kovai. Bax isn Powdkk Co.. 105 TTalt-ft., N. Y; s HOR0E AMD CATTLB POWOIUi !o Hoaan vU 1W of Cdcjc. Tot of Linra Tm via. If fonu1 PowiUa aae wd, in time. Koau'a row1j will prDt rM K fe la. roau'B fewAtr will tncrcaM tta oaaatltt mt KY.t ad trfm twa7 pti raaU aa4 maka ta Xaut ipm Foatc rw4n wBi.mrer rat aRBoat avatv ;i4 U valrh Hora and ( atUaara ctV-l. rorTi'a rna m wiuain ATiavaonaa. Sold atarywatra, " SATIP av "TOUTS. "rorlr. -aaXTIHOBJa. XIX. C"For aale at HitUboro by W- A. HAYES, Druggist, j. spurgedn. DEN TIS T , llillMtiio-ro. IS. O. 1WO Mice next door to Ir. Ho.k.r'. Drug Store. Open rvery d.13. . W. Graham. R. W. Winto. QRA1IAM A WINSTON, A T r O R N E Y S- A T-L A W , Oxkokp, N. C- Practices In the Counties of (inn ville. Orange. Person and Durham. k. n. sti.:ivu:k. " k. iauisii S'- TKUDWICK Jt PARISH, ATT' It N E VS-AT-L A W, IIILLSRORO. N. C. OfhVe near the Hote. Will practiro in all the Corwss. J AMES li. MASON,- A TTO K N E Y- AT- L A W . CHAPEL II ILL. N. C. Practice in the SLjte ami Federal Cour's. C3f "Collect ion of Claims and Revenue. Cae a specialty. War Lixes paid oti land. prisecuted. Si'iid receipts. JUHNMi " A IT ) U X h Y- A T-1 , A V . 1I1LLS.BOKO, M. C. Practices In the Counties of Al mnnce, Caswell, Durham, Guilford, Person and Orange. -pr-lLUSI-QRO MALE SCHOOL. HILLSBORO, N. C. Hlllsboro Male Schol will open thw ttirst Tuesday of Septemler of , each year, and continue ten jnontbs. Ihe Principal, to June, ISbO, hi. had an cx erience of twenty-five year. Term English ilranchea pr rpjr ter. (ten weeks.) $7..V) to $10; Ijitin or Greek f l.CX per month each, extri. Board. Fuel. Light and Washing per mouth. $ 12.i0. For lurther particulars addrr tbe Principal, Ii. C. PATiON. JEDAR GROVE ACADEMY, CKPAH liROVK. II. C. The Tall Term of Mrlon (lfeS9-&C open Tuesday. August 27Ui. Compe tent teachers, thorough lntruction, gfxxl moral advantages and healthy lo cation. Send for circulars and particulars to REV. J. R. GAME, Pnn. VALUARLE FOR, MALE. BY virtue of an order of the Supe rior Court ot Orar-ge County P -redirected In the ca 4 Evan Turner v.. Pride Jones and Pride Jone, Jr I ;!l wll to the htgheU bidder at puMic - 1 aietion at the court boue door in 11,11 tK,r " M"nd,a ! , 'i October, im the valuable mill pr. r- 1 l known Ultr HILLSBORO MILLS, fdtuated within tin- conrnt limit. t the Uwn ot Ililkboro. eorj'ammg acre, nxjre or le-. on which i situ-tl valuable Corn and Flour Mill-. Term. of aale : One-third eah. bal ance in C aid 12 month with interett from day of wle on deierred paymcnU. 'Iliia ilft day of August, 1. A. W. GRAHAM. t'ommirku.