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; ()H() UGH, N. O.j ist Too hw ic to c:iM?JjrjM)cTo. or .v.tcsriMTES.f It was feared for a while at the There has existed considerable J' DA SKIT. J i announcement in. The papers of the : misappieheosion relative to the law bU. ' ,',kneH of the Hev. Sam Junes that of trie last Legislature concerning TO THE I'tTULIO. .1 il Itll'TION RATES : - jit would interfere with his arrange- the jurisdiction of magistrates, which i meuts tor itmng Durham at the has beeu corrected since the laws !,(. j.5il.l in advance. $1.00, announced dates. Thexe apprehen-; have-ben issued. It was under- y'' hook however are groundresu as Mr. 8tood by lawyers and justices trorn i 2 ' ""M:! t?arr han jut received a letter 'newspaper reports that among the! aV 1VER T1SING : j rorn Jones slating that he wll acts parsed was one giving the mig-i .... ... i If ave Atlanta on 1 h m.iriiinf nr tlip . istratp fin'ii tiridiei ion in cases of; will lP lM-l"rff"M lor ; . - - ( j--- - i ' i IT' lllvil; Mil 111" nisi' C9 . v. w i a j . a iwu' i aiiv t t 14 v nun . ii.uiiij ... , ' !t!t-lorrsu-li suhMMjucjit pul-, Expects to be in Durham to fill lii ' no damage was done. They have j : engagements on the following day. ; been in many cases acting accord-i . ,r adverti-in- lor yJjHffiam Globe inely, and without authority. The! ui i in.t'n- i vim "ni - ...... try'' mojc jurisui'juuu ui a nnai luiuiv. Kev. Mr. Laev and wife, ol , I . T . II A. W J K W E L K It , i t ii o rs . .kkvku, r h" ror respond' ; ; Mebane, were in town Monday. ,j Int. Ilt a wite and children : failure to I TIIKFFICK OF J HE Oil, The Suprriie Court meets at! provide for family -, neglect of duty j l,K COUNTY OHSEHVEH Raleigh next Monday, Sept. 30th. by vereer.ol roais; peddling w.th- (,S ( IIUHTON ST., OVEH Applicants fur licence to practice ! oUt license ; hunting on Sunday ; j :0'K DHUG STOHE.3 w 7 (i Al I TKMS t .V A AD i rAppticants lor licenue lo praet law will be examined on Friday and Saturday the 27th and 2th. A Washington City dispatch .t'mTii v i . !Kysthat Mr. Thomas M. Kirkland, ( r r . i 1 i ol Uiapel liill, whouc commmsion a- - !n-t lu.s'iay. ipostmahter has been held up fr Mr W. W. Strudwick, of Nor-Borae weeks, will be inductetfiuto town visiiing his parents, j oQice in the course of a week or ten notice of a!e of land by 1 days.' 01U(,i, Aaiumistraior on 5ec. adveriiscmeot of 26,000! .Ml'""- j ,hoiee Pansies for hale by M. li. i i. ........ , i ';; 'i-i'm t.oint to nvciy i!mp Tallin. lCichinond, Va. lie guaran- oiitirs in Orange County next tees Kitinfaelion to all persons mak 'l'ii'V do j ing purchases of him. We have lr L C. II. Iirown and family,! had dealings with Mr. Catlin, and V i Mori, an: visuitig l lie family , take pleasure in recommending htm X. IJrown, Srr. E"p. ! to our readtra. -Mr. A. J. (Gordon will please' We eairattenlirn lo the an (Mir :1: auks tor 8omn fine ap- nounc.ment of the arrival of Fall , TIm'v wc-e very large. and Winter Millinery Goods at f :. .1. S. Spurgeon, Dentist, re- j Mrs Matlie Taylor's. She has a ri to HilMii'io last week after :( beautitul stock of gopds, in every 5i,. nee ot several months. j style and variety, anil at prices to -sii.n onr last i.ue we he ir that PUlt lhe limefi- II wiU Pa-V 'ou to Juhn McCraeken has ht two i xaci.ine her gooJs if you want any v sf.ns with typhoid lever. j ' lbe Millinery line. -Mis Addie Smith has returned, I Prol. E. A. Alderman, State : i- :ij::tin in charge of Messrs. ; Conductor, wiil open an. Institute . HYi.h Jr. fc Hro's Millinery lr white teachers at llillsboro on .,:!. ! Monday, Oct. 2Sth 1880,- and will -'I .in Voiirir, col . had a f,LM.r i hold one week. Alluhite teachers i. lt h,nl cot (.tria-t week ,y ; are required by law to attend. He ,.:u... n.M.-h.ue on Mr. Tl-otnas j W,U "ver an address on Nov 1st 'vn I'm farm' 'Ion the subject of the School Law ! and Public Education. Public in -A"c,.!on d couple wero tn.itcil vitctl to attoruL I i iiiirnaje in the pol tiice last ; . Im -tl iV morning by Thos. I) . FOlt jfALE. ' :" -: V- " t;an,s- Two noodl horse wagons. Terms -1 in; ri-i:ds Uev. W. 1. ri.-y. Applv to jl.i 'will regret f o learn that his " C.D. TUUNEll. - in, Willie, lied at Heidsville1 i ,tu..l.iy v,.h d.,.hther,:t. j SETTLEMENTS WANTED. -Mr. 1). W. K. Ku hinoiul i,as-1 I am compelled to have mv mat- ! m ii 'h town Vci,cm;iv on hiv ters ail closed up now. iiti IhuiH' from Western North live stock running at large; misap propriation of money by impound ing of stock ; injuring fences or leav ing gates open in live stock districts ; trespassing ; wilful riding 'or driving stock over cultivated lands. It is highly important that magistrates and attorneys should bo tully inform ed in , regard lo these matler. A gre3t deal ot com plaint is made of the condition ot the public road from Palmer's hill to the tour mile branch. It is charged thai the overseer of this portion of the road has not worked it a day this year. This complaint is made by one who says that he is a sufferer. He also intimated that the matter would be looked into next Court.. .in i lie i in ! b'e he ihh. Parties owino me will please come forward and make '.settlements. I will be as reported l.e.e Fi i- f'', t"1 ' I",t out U,r edleclion, ., :turd:.v and Sundav moinini:--,",u'h- !- '' chattel uiort-t.:u-eo. m miii ' M-oiioiH, gages at once. Itly damag.'.l by SundavV ImM. J:w Hedgpeth will receive and ., ., ' i receipt lor any money tor me on -lit lb-ewer, eol.. who killed. . J , . , ti ii i 1 mori'rage note or account, lent I- i le.e at Chapel 1 1 II. made , " I'M-.-ipe from the penitentiary farm i C. M. PAHKS. ir Unlcgh last 1 iday ii.onung. -Miss 1 '.it lie Caldwell, of ( rerun- and Miss Emma Harris, of y rural rjic, Vrritons w Uiaso truutiled with m-rvoTisness resulting from are r overwork will Im; rt-lieTcd by taking a. W V k ' J . I),!!),, ent several days in town i w awn h innwEwer. fu-nuine , v. .. T . has t rude murk nl crossed red lines on wrapper. I. Aet'k visitini: the lanuly 1 Dr.. cker. A reformed inebriate was heard remark : "I have stopped drink ' in a measure " and a wag near wa heard to mui uiur lieun on a barrel." 1 ) M I X I ST 1 1 ATI 1 !'.S NO T I ( K. Tin uii'lersigned having iiualitlcd as I li 1 1 1 1 it lit I -i v nf fill' l.lti if icli ir.l 'V and he , K irkl;i ti I . notici; is he rev given to all , .n mii havini; claims against said es- ' I -; t In nri'-i'iit llic :inu tur 'invmciit mi -The first hale of new crop to- j or i,,.,-,,,.,. ,iM. i7th .iy 0f t:ptember. iii-'u at the Central' Warehouse was j li)o. or thW notice will be pleaded in orv Mi'iKfaeJorv. Mr. Hooker i i bar nf their recovery. All nersous in- liUCKLKN'.S AUXICA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Teitet (Jliap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price cents puT box.. For sale by W . A. Hayes, Druggist. N E W A D V E I i E M E N TS. v JANl) S LK. i'iuu;uit to an onler of the Superior Court ol Orange Couniy to me directed in a jecial pi oc'i liiiir t ntitlel .tames Nniwoiiil, Aiimmi-li "a tor ot Annie Alli son, aain-t 'Augustus Allison, ilrown Lee, Andrew Lee, Klleu Wilson and Daisy Wimiht. 1 will sell to the high est t)iuler. at the court house iloor in llillsboro, on Tuesday the .th day ot November, 1U, the following tracts ot land, to-wit; One Lot, boundeil on the north by the Kaleih .road, on the south and west by the (Chapel Hill road,, on the ea.-t by t'rawforrs mill road, containing two acres more or less. The other Lot. known as., the Peter Thompson lot, bounded on the south by the Haleih road, wet by the bind of lirown Frcelaud, and on the north and eat by the lands of dames K. Jones, containing one acre more or less, both lots bein part of the estate ot said 'An nie Allison. Terms ot sale: One-half eah. and balance in six mouths, with interot on de erred, payments from day ol sale. Title reerved until purchase money is paid. JAMES NORWOOD. Administrator of Annie Allison. Sept. 2ith, ISS'J. Iv to make some more sales just o the "first".- Try him with i load don't believe it. dchted to said et-tate ale rejueted to in;ik' inuneiliati' pavment. This 17lh day of s,.pr.. 1SS!. SAKAII M. KIKKLAXI). Kxecutrix ol Richard T. Kirkland. Mr, Evaiis Turner, of Tattle ivr townshin. n well-known far tr and brother of lion. Josiah , j) irr.er, died last Tuesday nihtJ leaves a wife and one daughter. ' the le reaved wo extend onr; V.y virtue of a mortgage deed exei'u- po-t sympathy. The funeral ser 's were conducted lV ICeV. W 25,000 CHOK E TANSIES. J ALE OK REAL ESTATE UNDER MORTOAOE. te.l to me April -Mli. lsss. Ov . 1 . Sh'n-lds and wife and dulv recorded in Rook p. pue H, in theollice of Regis- VM.li.i iin at Little Kiver church ter ol Deeds of Orange Countv. 1 will cdliesd nesda.v afternoon. M. M i net in.vt. 1'oison. 1 'iiv is freuuentlv inimllciouslv : i '.' 'nu.u-k. doctors in vih's of mala-: 1 t.ln.d poiou. ltseltecti-wor.se: ! tie- oriL'inai disease; U. R. R. 1 ' a i r P.leoii r.alm) t'ontaiiis no mci- ;' . i.ii; riiuiinate mcrcuri il poi-'-i'Tiithe system. Writi- to Riood ' !-i ' .. Atlanta, tia.. for bookofeon-"'-y iM ooi ot its curative virtue. . I . bi ittoii. Jackson. Tenn.. w rite : ' ,'-i:yl malaria in Louiaii;t. and '' 1 t' cr aY last broke, mv sys ' ias suturated w ith poison, "and I - s in my monin ami knots on -:u. 1 t two bottles of R. R. i- it healed my tonur and mouth a new man of nn- -!! for cash at t!ie court house door in llillsboro, on Thursday. October 17th, 1'., .Mi acres of land described in said moitgage. (I. C. FARTHING. Mortgagee. SPECIAL 11AHGA1NS AT PARISH'S X'liMit the Pansy. Xovely in its must yVnundaut arid varied forms, ISearest the flower for all, Theprttty Pansy. I?lant the hardy I'aiisies, Vlwavs in bloom. November, round till Summer almost alone In their marvelous beauty landless in color and form ; Sweetest flowers, the Pansies. Ry mail 5d cents per dozen ; 3 dozen $1.00. (iuaranteed to be as choice as can be purchased. Ready Oct. 1st. . ',,000 OTHER PLANTS AT RATES. In baying out the basines of Mr. C. M. Parks, w have made arrangements to cater to lhe Fancy Dry Goods and Millinery trade of the Counties of Orange, Caswell, Person, Alamance, Chatham and Durham. We will carry the' largest retail stock of goods in North Carolir.a. Our Spring Season will open with u tail line of everything new in DHESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, FKEXCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS, all trrades of HENRIETTAS, from 25 cents to $1.25. All that is new in SU3IMEK DIMHH GOODS. Mr. James Hedgpeth will be at the head ol this de partment and wauts to see the old laces that ho has w aited on so long. We are determined that, our 31illim:uy itoo3i shall not be surpassed in the State. Wo will say to tho trade throughout North Carolina that has been deal ing with Mr. Parks in this department that we have retained the services ol Miss Addie Smith, of Raltimore, who has had charge of the de partment so a,,d run it so successfully. She w ill fill your orderu as heretolore in MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Our new trimmer, Mis Dunn, of Haltimorc, has ar rived, bhe will assist Miss Addie in the Millinery Room. Our stock will be enlarged and force increased. Slock will be in aud ready lor exhibition by April 5th. We will handle this season all tho popular brands ot 01 Fertilizers, Buggies, etc., fcc, tfce. Yours truly, JAMES WEBIJ, Jit. t I5RO. HlLLSIJOHO, N. C. 1 .-.in .11 voV ATrHK.S i I.O(. and .HAVE LlfY a cheap as itn tail ttuy the same quality aiiywhep. Repairing a sjeeialry. Having a new Wbitt'Oirdi Iitlie. I am prepared to replat ;ii!V .mt of a Watch In th" Wst m.omet and as ih-ap a the he:ipt. Ah work eit th icb tin' mail or I V expre-s shall haw prompt tdtrntio. YourMrulv. J. T. II.W. K. b. :. 1 ssu. D RS. T.RKKY ,v PAl.i: TH K ATM K. N T I'.V IMIM fHiN. tkau nnr Rzamrrerrwi 1S3Q roti 8trMt. PUilAd'ttt. i Fr t ousiimiU ion. A-lbuia. Rrmiehit i. Dvsp-psi:i. i 'atari h. II. V er. ! bilitx. Headache. Rluum at i-ni. Neu ralgia and r? ?iidc tn M4rij.i "Tin Compound Oxveu Treitment.' Drs. Starkey A i'ab ii. No. l.VJU Ar h Street. Philadelphia, have be-n tisjn for the lsst x-v'iit'''ii y-ars. is a ri n entitic atljustmeut ot the elements ot Oxygen and Nitrogen miiit.tizi h and the com, (tund is so i-oudeust-d and inade portable llut il i sent all owr the world. s Dl;s. .Si-AKKl-A V I'AI.KS have the liberty to reler to the following named well-knwu person- who have triel t:.eir Treatment : Hon. Wm. D. Kelly. Meinlu-r of Cni ress. l'hdadelphbi. Itev. Victor L. onrad. Editor Luth eran Observer. 1'hll adeipbi.l. L Rev. ( ha-. V. ( u-hini:. D. D., Roeh- e-ter. N. Y. lion. Win. I'eiin Nixon. Editor lutcr Oceati. ( hicago. HI. W. H. V(ttthinrtoti. Editor of New South. Rii iniiilj.un. Alabama. And thousands of others in -very part of the United Mates. C . C . TAYLO 11 , MAIN H T 1. E ET D U R II A M, N . C Has the largest and best assorted stock of COOKING .'STOVES, LOW 1 C3TSend lor pricj? M. R. CATLIN. 72:1 Laurel St., Richmon , Va. II. TS. U row ii, .Ti AT THE WW Ail I Jio., CORNER." Report No. 1, on Sept. 17th, with a house full ot customers and a drawer full ot money we had to av out for croods onlv one dollar. in this section, which he is offering at prices that defy competition. Good Cook Stoves at from 812.00 to $35.00; every one of which is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. ; TOBACCO FLUES. I invite the attention of farmers to my sto k of FLUE IIJON and FLUES of all descriptions. Any thiuj not in stock w ill he made p on short notice at prices as low as the lowest. A tin e lot ot Lamp (oodi, Tin Ware, Country Hollow Ware, tc , alwava on hand. Call ami examine-my stuck when yon are in Durham. -pOMONA HILL NURSERIES. 'Com;wun" Orjorn It Mlc Ac turn ami It huM."' is the title of a new brochuie ot two hundred paes, pub lished tv Dr-". Starker. A: Rab-n, w hich jives to all inquirers "lull information as to this remarkable curative agent and a record of several hundred sur prising cure in a wide l-ane of chrome eases many of them alter tebi aban doned lo die by other physicians. Will be mailed tree to any address on appli cation. Read the bronehure! DRS. STARK KY I'ALKN. No. IWI Arch St,, rhitadelpbhi, l'a. S. .SRURCJEOX, ! Mv T 11 AVE JUST PURCHASED A Select Oourdlnif At Duy Kc;liool lor Youiijr IiicliH unci H t tlo ii -!, II ILLS BO RO. N. c. I rpiIE MISSES NASH AND MISS3 1 KOLLOCK- will resume tne exrr- j . i Kv'i qmI i-Aiitinno f n-imtv i I wo and one-half mile- wen of ... ; i Greensboro, lhe main line ot the R. & ..- e i u. it. n. riase.' inroui?ri rne proumu pay out lor goous omv uu uu, a. . ; i union a, .scnoiar, I- a,ul within RXj feet of the office. Salem r me wire w as caueu xor repuncu j k-hu. D E N T I S T , llillHloro, IV. O. t?T"Dftlee next door to Dr. Hooker's Dru Store. Open even' day. QEDAR (JROVE AUADEJIY, CF.DAU GHOVK. N. O. The Fall-Term of session (1) opens TueMlay. August 27th. f'ompe t4nt teaehers, thorough instruction, gooil m(ral advantages and liealthy lo cation. Send for circulars and particular to REV. J. R. OA ME, I'rin. B99 wla.MaklarT11 ew arr IM ioim tm mm 9rt4. wita m :tt n ttug t.i t'ii vtr-tr aWI mur mm mjt thai jm j,r n yi-su (to 4 (AM t mf mttrt Citm Hl mrr miu KX M n mi -. 'art ffra t'ni. mvm Pm POMONA, N. C. M'F t ViTVt KHH lirplv r"" imw clMvriu Wl tatfrsctvitta r UMdHsnukuiiiviiiii. m IV ik b mtfHilu iw "iA. 4 fa m-m nr wrmr kr an " m)to mi iK.r 'KIEAIU, ! , A , Mats i. Kicbmonvl. Atlanta. (la., writes : Will- eoiihl li ir.lli- i. - philitic iritis. Her eves w ere - a m!-. i Uul condition. Her 'appetite ' Mie bad p.iin in H.r )i. and Her kidiuvs w.r,. deran-ed al l - ..id no oUl. thought she could be k !?" )'.r', ;i!li:m. recommen.le.l R. I...- which she used until her health Ms entirely rrtored." K. T. II. .tones, Atlanta. Oa.. write- ; 'I"l'led with copper col , red , "prion.. los ol appetite, pain ia back. ' ! 's .'''Hi's, debility, emaciati. u. 1..--M. tii- sore throat,, nnd -reat n-rvous- i.. i. i. put mv tt iu ?'!i'htion." i . , , " 7 ' Fresh line of ': .-57 l?ubicribe for the Orange' bounty Observer. Only $1 tor 12 .HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES Months. , .- : always'on hand. LARGE LOT OF DRY GOODS. -NOTIONS. ROOTS. ' SHOES, HATS not in stock was a mistake, as we keep it on spools. The only attempt to break prices tailed. What 'do you call this but success ? a One iiartv wishes us to t av. him (.'irculars sent on application. -gXEUUTOITS NOTICE. Having this flay qualitied as Execu tor of the estate of Nicholas G. Holmes. deceased. I hereby give notice to all ; old standard sorts trains make regular &top twice dailv each way, and makes connection with all trains at Greensboro. My Stock consists of all the leading fruits cultivated to suit the Southern and border suites, new and rare vari eties of recent introduction and all the !so. Shade Tree 100 for advisiu" u! to ue one col- imtsohs indebted to said estate to make Evergreens, Ro e. A ONLY WILL BE REFUNDED IF I'll. W. C. IIAKEIiS BLOOD AND LIVER U" RE umn ot be O hEUTKL Anotller to a:r!tin.-t saia etaie are of Fruit Trees, Vines. &c, ?nd No. 2 issue a drop sno; sneei 10 uouu mc, ,,,,,1 to proent the wme proierly Green Hou.-e Catalogue ot young p-d ! nm urc lvn1 CoiiDt v roads with. anthentited w ithin one year from tht ! grown Koses. Chrysanthemums. Carna- j 'J 11 ,.V',Ik'psia. h riendf, one and all, we aspire to i da imove the Heady Made Clothing ; r-rv-. If vou wish to save monev. come and s from the first floor. " - Uas not rurc Rheumatism, Scrofula. Eczema, and all rt.is notice will be plead in bar t ions and a general variety of beblin-- k,,,'Irf',l u correctA u.'Uge- ' . 1 . T. . tll'tll.lIKl V Ol . 1 i . V l.L k LI I f. a t M i. examine mv stock. I can oll'ei vou in hue best goods at low price: Give tne a call. I guarantee to please .n in ikilk; ami QUALITY. V ;"HlrinL- ri, ntf ol f. .... viianvi iUUI lieS, and Deeds and Mortgage Deeds or wale at t hits nfno i mi L-i,..ia i i. . . ... - n vv .... niiiu, ,i ii i iv i r it riLnn nr r . highest market nriev ... . - I ' -ss ror 3le.-An Estey Parlor ! votiajro Organ. Cheap for cash, j for terms, &c, apply at thig office. Your friend. II. L RaRISH. H3ve just received 200 pounds ol j Cotton Twines, and printed paper will soon arrive from New ork to I wrap np the Clothing and Hats fori you to take out upon iue uiwv Koads leading from the "Cornwr Store." Let us go lo work to place Two HaihKoad Depots south of the "Cor ner Store." Still there is an objec tion to every mode of planting a hill ot corn. " Let u be oi one mind as to the Depots, jost south ct the "Corner Store. A. K. HOLMES. Executor. 1 I Il-kltlS SHOP. AM NOW TRERAREl) TO RE- iatr HAKNKSS. SADDLES. and to do all kinfls ot work in that line. Mv shop is one door north ot LawV furniture -tore. Prompt attention iven to all work. Prices moderate. Give me a trial and I will do my best to please you. JOHN J. PLEASANTS, HilUboro, N C. and rioivorincr Ilaiit rnnk- r.i- r,lm. 1 11011 i hig out in April and? Mav. - 1 II lh Uo '1- Cataloue free. Correspondence .solicited. ? Address, J. Van. LINDLEY, Pomona. GlilXonl CoM N. H DR. RAKER'S FEMALE REGULATOR TE BOARDING HOUSE. pi.iv. Y'ou can get gorxl hoard by the dav, week or month, by applying "at second door west ot Lynch jewelry store. HENRY RICHARDS, JR. Is absolutely uarante?d to jrive entire" suiti-tactkin. Vou tan get yoariaonejr back if if doesn't. tr ..... ..... . ,. I it oti aic nceuinj an uuu jurpara S tion. take HINDOO HOP AND IRON TONIC, Dr. Hooker Is making a specialty ot these three preparations, and asks hi customers to tn' and see for tbeutielvei of the merit ot there gCHxlr.