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( I H'N I'Y '.OBSERVER.! In the Bulletin
Perttonul Mention. Miss. Ida McKerall is visitine rmld in advance. 11 Oo! owing to . I. . .1 . n iyi n ' v'"7-' ! Carolina Hoard oi Health for July T s 1, O It O U W II , -N . C . 6nd tie follow.ngrora Dr. D. C : -"Tkpt lTliT r arr,S County buperintendent ot Mw. Devereux T artier. iA L -A. Health ot Orange : The sanitary cod j Mrs. Geo A.Durham hat re- .t KlPI'ION KATES: dition ol the county is not so good, j torned from a two week's vUit to au.' nrr in i no rnr i i r. ta r-t a . i ' r a . . r j w "" wiiuiiuaiiwo vji raiu ; rcimivea in VJxfOrU mridcu iurHioD i8 moreinorough Mr Derwood B. Hedgpeth hai than I have ever seen and drinking gone lo Fayette vUle to clerk in Gar water ot al. kinds is badly contami-! riBOn8 groCerv store. ! nated with hurtace impurities. Choi-; ' , n ., . era infantum and dysentery hare! AV u- "x? h I prevailed in all portion- ot the conn- i cle'kabip with Messrs. H. ly ; there have also been reported w few cases of whooping-cough. There! Mw8 Lilly Springs, daughter of has been no epidemic of any kind :Ir A Pring8- left Tuesday for atninir domentir anima! Tht. . Charlotte & attend school. f-5 " - - - - a. a w - m m VVW . 1 dition, sanitary and otherwise, of1 Miss I). C. Kanoue, teacher: our poor-house ha been creatlv im-i of music in the Misses N"ash and! ... D ' , - ...... I in I ,VTK- F ADVERTISING: -Ui'-itt will' he Inserted for ... r v,u:r emu inch) tor tlie ftr-t .... r. iit forcaeh subsequent pub- t r More e pew advertisement of N. Brown, Jr. fc 15 ro. room," is what -Messrs. 'it u ii'.Tr. fe Urn. Bar thev i v have recently added a Provt tn'H yer 5 the farm belong- j Miss Kollock's school, returned (or mg io ana run in connection witb , um.e 'or tne opening otifi ha-, wen S3M1 mai; better this year than formerly : the 1 h-ns Wr. r.din modirinp undpr! 3M(Mnnirrd our circumstances,, den ai)(1 lruck lcheH are aIf0!I)r w StrudJick hw gone 'to .... iMilrrJ u-Kttf if a ill I ilnt i 1. ...... r- f i in imwi " -i ar aneau oi anvtmntr ot th kmrt r.iri t tt...,.i i J o - w. j iiuiviuiui m.uvi nwirg several years. 1 he inmates are sup plied with vegetahles and traits in great abnndance and variety ; many of them do lair aerai;e labor and t fircumstances. Mr O. D. Hooker, proprietor ... Central Warehouse, shipped . i i .r o'vtit ans oi ioobcco i usu. Hooker says he has large orders I well satisfied. The milk supply u new crop. o is quuo sumcient. ihe ventilation, S o- ha?e recced a pamphlet wuAtnnmm , of an "Announcement of the i . . m , ,r' , . i r ill it in ia sain i a i m i iviiBvaB k 1 1 ' a .wrrf a s tiii i V" -.1 Kr a " f u,: f.li .rm!hou,el'n fit-dM condition ; the rio,"v . "V " " ; court-bo h commences Uctober do, lfi3 ' ' i . ,Mr. Geo. J liowcrd, ol nock hh, br)tigJit us a pear lant week !.' li'ilPH I" oilman. Tbi i the et we nave receive!, i no tree !i!fh it irrew is not more than 6 ; nionth. - K;j;h. ... -"(rrirnes' ' Golden,, ta th name i very fitie'umroer apple. It has f:cjaiit rtavrr, equal to any we r'.aptfMl. Wo return thanks to Y. N. Slrud wick lor a baiket of c ipplos. Mr Thog. J. OJdham, of Hing - township, owt?d 4 1-2 bushels j'uti.le Straw" wheat that yield ;i7 l.Mslu'i.t, clear of tilth. Mr. vd is filing tliis wheat tor r A $1 ncr luhel. bouse not so tfood. but efforts. are being made lo improve the lat .er. The jail inmates have good prison tare their food being ample and varied. Almost no sickness at either jail or poor-house tor past -The Durham Recorder will be ,. rti il into a iri-eekly about !irl .f October. It will be is ! cm Monday, Wednesday and ; o f.-jch week. Hrothcr haw our best wishes tr -!iVf. hnvc r-c-iv'd the prtiiiuiii t.; lie Twenty-Ninth Arnm.il ! the Noi ili S(':uIitiA Slate ,Mu i'ir ;l 'S.ieiel y, n inth com i . O. i.ii.er M:h and continue .lie 1'ih iin-liiive. One thou i . 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 ,ire offered amount- The public ' roads leading lo IlilUboro arc said to be iu a bad condition. They have been neglect ed until it is almost impossible to pall a loaded wagon over tbem. It the roadrt arc not worked and put in better condition by winter, it will be almost impossible for the coun try people to come to town. Some thing ought to be done, and at once betore bad weather sets iu. Miss Carrie Jones, daughter of Mr. J. E. Jones, left here Monday tor Hollins, Va , where she goes to ( take a special course in music at the Hollius Female Institute. Mrs. Dr. T. N. Jordan and children ot Green county, and Miss Hortcnse Sanders, of Durham, are visiting the family of Col. Wm, It. Jordan in Cedar Grove township. Mr. Winder Webb and sialer, Mils Maggie, and Messrs. H. L. Parish, v E A. Hosernond, D. C. Parks and 8. M. Gattia are attend ing the Exposition at Baltimore this week. t-SSabscribe for the Orange County Observer. Only $1 for 12 months. t3y Blank Chattel Mortgages, Land Deeds and Mortgage Deeds for sale at this office. t"eS. O. eN. eS.,r ? Have you seen it ? What doea it mean ? "Ak Gad.1' where or going to be. Its every- Look out! vj.oVU. 1 1 cut ion, lloyH. The County Board of Education, iu connection with the County Su perintendent of labile Instruction for Or-iiige county, will meet in their ofliee at the court house in Hillsboro on Saturday, September 21, to ex amine applicants for admission to the benefits of "The North Carolina i College of Agriculture aud Mechan i io Aru." All applicants must pre- - i t if ( '.!! v ocat ional Services at pciii, bwlore entering upon the exami .M itihi w's chureh this wick I nation, a certificate of good moral t.e.-ii verv interestini V? no (character, totrether with evidence ot their innbility or th inability ot their parents or guardians to pay their tuition. Here is a rare oppor- tie (o.'.'ow inir minilers trrt-seiit . l)f Sutton and Kev. Mr .rke, liiieikih ; Uev. Mr. lule lTiOu,; It. lf.-v Uev. Mr. Mr. (it-orge, Dm j tunity. Come boys, a score or more Prentiss, Chapel .'; It. v. Mr.. Walkrr, of Oxford Kw. Jos.. W. Murphy, Hills. Tile' rehious services at Little er l'reshyterian church Saturtlay 1 Sunday wore very interesting 'i w re attended bv lartjo tonero- V.i'.rm. 11. -ithe.l i ot yju, and try. Urange county is entitled to one student in this insti tution. The highest grades in the examination will be recommended. B. C. PATTON, Supt. John Thompson, Ch'nCo. Bd.- un attir1ay at II a. m. T. . l)Hrriill, of Durham, and after the sermon the the church were onened twenty tour members Cwere re- fcM'il lilt t hn rhnrrh Sund.av :' Kev. W. K. Wilhelm was ed as pastor, and the. installs- " niton was preached by Dr. F. 1 Vinton, Evangelist ot Orange 'l'tery The charge to tb ' pas- was delivered by He v. H. T. 'vtisll, andte charge to the peo- uy Dr. Johnston. After the in- aiion services, three additional j ' .rnWrs were received, andfccvcn-1 Wen persons were baplizcd in the 1 'c nee of tho congregation. The' "meut ot the Lord's Supper was "u.uiMerea to Pelweeu two ana - fo hundred. Atler dinner. Uev. 1 T ' Darnall pleached to a large rsrigtiti.- Besides Little Hiver, r--oh -r., a membership of about 'hundred and forty, Uev. W. F. -helm ha three other chorcbes,: d 'horo, Fairfield and Eno, in his II Mil .11 kv. tie win n tnita ui is nu. r tt the two last named churches October. SETTLEMENTS WANTED. I am compelled to have my mat tern all cloted no now. Parties owing me will please come lorward and make settlements. I will be torced to pot out tor collection, notes, accounts and chattel mort images at once. James Hedgpeth will receive and receipt tor auv money tor me on mm. mortgage, nolo or account. C. M. PAKKS. I.UUKS Nc11r.r a ten!'-, or chiMr'-n that want buildinf :t., nhciilil tftk snsws's mux niTTicni. Uii (leiuam i. lake, nirr.i Malaria, Inllf- Hon. auJ Biliouiiitw. All dealers keep it. For Sale. An Esley Parlor Cottage Organ. Cheap for cash. For terms, fcc, apply at this office. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. H IT O J 1 W- AT TUK ""CORNER." Ve are pleased to say we have at last the Molasses you want. Our Fall Stock is now in. Thomas E. Roberts was in town last week and remarked "That he believed competition was better than the Alliance. ' He said sometbiug, Come home. Let os bring down the Heady Made Clothing aud Hats on first floor, aud raise the value of your land. What say you ? Air kiuds ot counfy produce taken iu exchange at the attempted one price Cash Store. .. Six daya to make a world ; 20 years to get to a one urice cash effort. V ill take time lo establish oue, to perfect it Many thanks to you who have made the "Corner Store" a success Don't forget the Hats and Heady Made Clothing on the seoond floor must come down. What say you? H. N. BROWN, JR., & BRO. V ALU ABLE FA KM LANDS FOR sai?t:. M. 3. Mr.ncLRiAL f'otson. retiry in frr-juently Injudklously - , X-. x.. V. lJ . I I . n.l hlood poison. 1l eftect U woro the oricinsi dineaM. B. B. B. ' ' v' '' I'lo.l Balm) contains no mor :'it will eliminate mercurial poi ii' ta tho y:eia. Write to Blood ' !- Atlanta. ii.v. for bookof cou- "I its curative - virtue. A- lritt.n. Jackson, Tenn.. writes: 'i:Jit malaria in Lniiaua, and r last broke, mr m--aturated with pMMl. and' t . ! " ,n-N niMuth and knoi.s ;'M;y,' I Ct two btutles of B. ' -.'.e.. my touuf and mouth ! !5a If a new tU;m f m,. - in. Kichiuot.d. Atlanta, tia.. writes- on B. aa.u. t i u ! 1 ? 1 1 i ) ler evr s w,.r,. Her iio3ii-; A.iA.iiM : T AM NOW IN MY NEW BRICK JL S'i'OKK where 1 will be better pre pared than ever to serve, mv customers. I shall keep. constantly on band and will rccehe daily all kinds of FAMILY GROCERIES. FLO UK, MEAT LARD. BACON, MEAT and MOLASSES. ALSO IKY GOODS, ! hoots, shoes. ! hats, caps, NOTIONS, Ao.. Ac. READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE. Will keep a frc.-h upply of C AN N ED GOODS. All kinds ot'Countrv I'roduoe will be tor which TO THE PUBLIC. J. T. HH A W . JEW E L EH, 1 e b a a e , IV . O In baying oat the besines of Mr. C. M. Parks, we have made arrangement to cater to the. Fancy Dry Goods and Millinery trade of the Counties of Orange, Caswell, Person, Alamauce, Chatham and Durham. We will carry the largeft retail stock of goods in North Carolina. Our Spring Season will open with a tall line of everything new in DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS, all crade of HENRIETTAS, from 25 cents to $1.25. All that is new in HCMMEK OllKHH GOODS. Mr. James Hedgpeth will be al the head of this de partment and wants to see the old faces that ho has ' waited on so-long. We are determined that our MILLINKKY 100C shall not be surpassed in the State. We will say to the trade throughout North Carolina that has been deal ing with Mr. Parka 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 ron it so successfully. She will fill your orders as heretofore io MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Our new trimmer, Miss Dunn, of Baltimore, has ar rived. She will assist Miss Addie in the Millinery Room. j v Our stock will be enlarged and force increased. Stock will be in and ready tor exhibition by April 5tb. We will handle this season all the popular brands of Fertilizers, Buggies, tc, tc, Ac. i Yours truly, JAMES WEBB, Jo. A BRO. Hillsboro, N. C. lean sell you WATCHES ('LOCKS ami .1 EW EliKY as cheap a ou nn buy the satin- quality anywhere. Repairing a specialty.. llnvht :t new Whit.-omb : Lithe, t am pn. "i d to njdii'e any .ait ! : Wuli li iu tJie leL Uiai.ni r .ud .t cheap a the i he:ipet. Ah work M-nt th ough the mail or by express hall hav prompt .-utenlion. Yours irulv. J. 1. Ml AW. Feb. 2t, PROTECT YOUR EYES! x;tCTAClfs0 On Tiie-ilay, October 8tb, IsSO. at 12 o'clock M., on the j)r-mise! at the resi dence of .John Wilkerson on the Chapel Hill and Raleigh road, the un dendtfned will .sell at public auction to the highest bidder tor cash (530) Five Hundred and Thirty Acres of very val uable farming land whereon said John C Wilkerson resides, lying In Orange County (witb a small portion about 14 cre in Durham Count-.) on' Borland's Creek, adjoining lands of James Bar bee, W. F. Stroud, Mrs. Zoa Long. Wm. Nunn, John Morgan, James i Maon and others, it being the land described In a certain mortgage deed from John C. Wilkerson and wife to W. T. Black- well, dated 2th day of November. 18n. registered in Book II . pages 558, 559 nd 5bO In the Register's Otfice of Or ange County. The debt for which said mortgage was executed was transferred by said Black we 1 1 to the National Bank of Raleigh, and being now past due and not paid, the above ?ale will be for the purpose of foreclosing said mortgage. The tract will be surveyed and di vided into lots to suit purchasers and a map prepared for inspection betore day! ot sale. WM. A. GUTHRIE, Attorney for Bauk and Mortgagee. Durham." N. C. Sept. J. ISM. C . C . TAYLOR MAIN 8 T R K E T DURHAM, N . C Has the largest and best assorted stock of COOKING STOVES, in this section, which he is offering at prices that defy competition. Good Cook Stoves at from $12.00 to $35.00;' every one of which is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. TOBACCO FLUES. I invite the attention of farmers to my tok of FLUE IRON nd FLUES of all descriptions. Any thin not in stock will be made np on short notice at prices as low as the lowest. A nu-e l..t ol Lamp Goods, Tin Ware, Country Hollow Ware, Jcc . alwajs on hand. Call aud cum ne my stuck when you are in Durham. CLASS IS- fAT'rfUUI! 18T. Mr. II. IIlrMIitr4f, The well-known Optician of Oliv Street fonder rianterJIoUM"St.'Lui, ban appointed M'"r. James Vrh. Jr. & Brn., of HilKhoro. a Agents fur his celebrated Diamond Spei t.ueles and Eyeglasses, and h1"i tor hi- Diamond Non-Changeable Speeaeles and E glasses. 'l'bes ( a-eo are tlie greatest invention ever made in Speetaelen. By a proper eon-truetin .t the I ctii a person purchasing a pair ot the-e Non-Changeahl.- (ilases never has t ch.iugo these (i lasses- from the eyes, and every pair purchaed are guaranteed, so that If they ever -leave' the eyes jim matter bow rusted or ciat( bed the Leiij.es are they will furni-h the paity with a new pair of (ilasM's free of charge. James Webb, Jr. A Bro. have a full av-ortment and invite all who w i.-h to r.ati!fy them selves of the great Miperlority of tbe-o Glasses over any and all others now In like, to call and examine the same at JAMES WEBB. Jr. fc BRO'M. Hillsboro. N.C. RING ALL OF YOUR WACiONS AND BUGGIES AND SHOErt to D. S. llinton at his home 1-2 mile south of Cedar (irove. to b repalreil. He will take pleai-ure m repairing all kinds of work. .Fainting atid Varnish ing will carefully done, and the befit material will ued. I will try to do your work just as gonl as any one, and for less money. Give me a trial and I will h my l-t to please ou. Shop 1-2 mile south ot edar (irove, N. C. KcM-pect fully, D. S. HfNTOX. M ON E Y WILL BE REFUNDED IF DR. W. C. BAKERS BLOOD AND LIVER CURE focs not rurr Rbeumatbm, Scrofula. Syphilis, Dy.-pepxia, Eez.ema. arid all k4ndrel diea..es. It eorre-ts Indlg-. tlon and wt-rk- as a laxative. Try it. It will do yon goo !. DR. BAKERS FEMALE REOl'LA I R is ahsrlutely guaranteed fi give entlro atUtaetiou. You can g t yyur money baek if it doji't. If you are fi.-i-4mg an iron prepara tion. Lake, , HINDOO HOP AND IKON TONIC. Select llenfdtng Jit liay Mchool lor Younjf Lndleii aud I-.lt-tfo (ilrlw, UILLSBORO, X . C. THE MISSES NASH AND MISS KOLLOUK will rrjume trie excr ctKi ol tbrfr chool on Weilneway, September 4, d, and continue twenty weeks. ;r Tuition for day Scholars $20.00 per term. (."ircular sent on application. S TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. i Dr. Hooker is making a -trf-eialty nf thee ttire- preparation-, and a-ks hi- eu-tomer to trv nd M-e f(,r them-elve of tlie merits ot tf.e-e P OSTED LAND. ALE OF LAN D AT AUCTION. j Sufrior Court, Aug. 5, 18S9. j 1 James Norwood. Adm'r of Annie Air- son. Plaintiff, Augustus Allison. Brown Lee. Andrrwj Iver, Ellen WiUon and Iaisy Win-; rlgbt, lt?ndanl. I'LBLICATIOK. .To Ellfn Wilson and Daiy W'inright : It appearing to the Court that you i are neeeary parties to tb arxere entl- i tied action and that you are non-re!- ; dent, the- arp then-fore to notify you ; that this is a eeial prooe-Ii rg to su j jet tbe land of Annie A!lion to ale 1 i to psy her debt anl you are com-' nnnr 1 lLLlli t I I i if h I W uaa nm.m iaa la fr ar. am iki f v aa v aa. 1. la w aiar , .1 mr ki. aa4 w aia. a.. alt.i .. afta. la. tUmgfr aa.a-a Mt a-, raa a Mtwiwun ') mmi'mt m fa. 1. k 'mm k- r. a .1 ra mm- ir-aktw n ik. im ik. ' k iflrt .a . v.- k. ia.r HtCJltO., At ?40. A9a)l.. M ailM. S ITn.ier an order ot the Superior Court of Orange County in the social pro- j be strictly ezifo ...lina. entitletl'W. G. Vickeri. Adm'r j er of Jame-Carroll against Rebecca Car-j JOSEPH DURHAM. roll and F. (VGeer. I will sen u puouc iiiusDoro. ug. ij. M OR1'GAGEOALE. All persons are warnel againt fre- na.xinty nnon mv land near H illsboro. ! mtnde! tn unnwr at the Court If oiike I Mutb of the N- C. R. R.. and adjoining ' in HilUtorougb. N. ('.on the 231 dav i the land of William Baglcy. Andersn of Septembc-r. and arw-wer or de- , Bv virtue of .T"morrgage d--d eie, n. Henderon and other". The Uw arlll j mur Ut the complaint fl!eI herein or ; ten" to tho ur!er;.ZT.fNl by EliaVtb rceu against all offeml- t the relief nraved in ald complaint will (.rave,, and r-''. r' i in Book f i door In it. I. Mie had nain in hr tJ 'S ViWr" " "gv for good Her kid,,', va were h- "V" ' 1 Ir" b? Pd' lGdnlr -or. complete hich she ued until her health 1 Mon' 1 '.:.elv restored. ' I '.l: "i ,!..... -.' . i ome and see me at mv new store . :ro,..i...i " a z: :::: " viv : ' a i nVe y0u the a T . - finet on at the court nou.-e Hillsboro on the -th -day. of Septem ber, at 12 o'clock m.. a tract ot laud in said County, aljoiumg n, Shield and others, on which Jame Havlnc this day -qualified a Execu-C-jtoII lived and died, containing tJ5. tor of the estate of Nicholas G. Holmes, JXECUTORS NOTICE. acres more or less. Terms ot sale : One-third in ca.h on dav of aSe. one-third in ix month and deceased. I hereby rive notice lo all rersons indebu;d to said estate to make immediate payment, and all :perwns r'f IOi. 'i:f-r j lolored verv Hit 1 appetite, pain iu back. ut -bilitv, emaciation. lrw :Vlrurn !V"iU reat "tvous- H-I'ut ray fyttem in fine prices in everything to eat and wear Your friend. nthird in twelve months from sale having claim agint said estate are v store I (, drred pnyments to bear intere-t notitie-i to presetit the aue properly lowest j f Ijj Jav m till paid, at rate of authenticated within one year from ttm car. ! r 'r nt wr annum. TiLle re- date or this notice will Nt plead in bar be granted This AnguK otb. 19. s. m, g vrns. Clerk of Superior Court. YF. in tlje Rr-jfitT 1 County, we w ill (.. page DMINISTR.rORS NOTICE. eight per cenU per annum. ervei tut nui paymeuu This i7th day of August, of recovery. This 30tb day ot Ang. plead Li-.'e fur (fr.ii for iw-li at the 'Court Hory-- i,r in Hill-boro, t,u Saturlav. S-ptem!T 21. l--'j. a tract of land in Hi'.i-r twftbip bing ' certain trau:t or p4rv.fl of land convejl I to John Quarles by tiee-l of Whonj Having thl day qualrfle.! as Admin-; Brown and wife, dated May iV itraur upon the estate of Alice Purc-j 'd afterward conveyed to Jnnes foy. decaed- I hereby give notiee to ! Webb, Jr. t Bro.. by John Quarle and all persons Indebted to said estate to ! wife8 and mH umler mortgage to sai l make immediate payment, and all per-; EHrabeth i raves, conUtiiing acres son having claims against aid estate more or leM. are notified to present th" ame proper-a'- i taide to sat Uly mirtgge and ly authenticated within rmt year from ct5, - this date or this nlice wltl be plead In j TbU V.h day of August, 1J. A. R. HOLMES, Executor. bar of recovery. Thi Vth t ay o: Aug.. Yj). J. Y. M ERR ITT, Administrator. i JAMES WEBB. JR., JOSEPH C. WEBB, Mortgee. W. G. VICKERS, Awjia'r and Commisrioner :i"n. II. L. PARISH.