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I L LS liO RO U O H . N . C ' K 1 A Y. i.itr. lH). KL EOTIO rS' INOTItJE. A Mhhh Mcetluir The Board of Commissioners at I Ot the Republicans ot Orange their meeting o Monday, Sept. 1st, ; County was held in the court house 1.1 .11 i . c t. . appomieu i lie . ioiiowing negsirar& . iasi zsaiuruay ior me purpose oi re- i:s!iKn:ioN rat-jos: vi' ir, lo ': jcu'l it! :n! n !'. t J -H: ki III'Mll r. ' itwtii;h. 1 i:ati or advertising v.-i i i-t fi-nt w ill '' inert?d tor IHi jiT !-'lt It e ("llf li nt" tr' inch) lor tb-h fiiM j 1 llb.M'plM2t 1 (. t- j hiiu jaujies oi Hie e. eclion to ue held on Tuesday, Nov. 4:h, 1890: IULIi;OHO l'KfcXINCT. A J. Gordon, Registrar ; II. P. Jones, A. A Smiih, II. N. Brown, Aicx l'uaaittc, J u li . USIVKUSJTY rUFX'IXd. W. M. Strowd, Registrar ; P. H Clastor, Sidney Siiahorn, Irvin iioati, A C. Hunter, Judges CU S CROSSING l'KCCINCT. J. A. Farrell, Registrar; V. B York, J. H. Fowler, L J. Job, C. G. Brown, Judge. CHAPEL HILL PRKCINCT. W. If. Cuninggim. Registrar; S. W. Andrews, A. S. Barbee, Thomas Kirkland, Walter Lloyd, Judges. COLE'S STORE J'KKCIKCT. O. B. Cato-, Heirihtar : Thos. R. i ltttv ttioji. untiu.t- fr a-lvertising tr nu.l i f or t i Hi" vi 'V l" inaJe sit the'ofliee the Oii'iKVKi:, or by correspond . '. : ff' ( ti.l'ii.uy .otire. 1 1 t oi Kt- . l.i Ki'i oiumt wo uiou oi van- !(. .'--ofotioit o! Thanks. &.. v ill Lu ged tor as regular a vrtie-i!-. Ixit only half rates w hen paid - -ti l I Iv ii' advnep. THK OFFICE OF THE OR AN OF COUNTY OBSERVER js ON CHURTON ST.. OVER HAYES1 DRUGSTORE.. t Cole, I. J. Kirkland, V. R. Fauceu, M. E. Craig, Judges. pattekson's precinct. J. J. Whiitield, Registrar ; J. C IIME TABLE NO. 2. kKKS KFFWT 0:-l A. M., ALU. iu Tram No. .r)(), Mail, going Went, i Roberts, Emsly Donnell, Ja. Jone, i-h HilUboro 0:22 p. ni. ! J. P. Parker, Judges. l I WHITE CROSS TRECINCT. A. P. Cates. Registrar -A. S Eat, leaves No going Itmhnut 1. 1 :.') a. ni. No. ;V2, FrtMht and Accommoda- mi Lr'Mi'' V-jt, leases HilUboro 4:0i a ni. No. 't'-i. Freight and Accomrnoda ,n, jfoinir East, leavet Hillsboro 4:00 a ni. No. 15, Loenl Freigfit, (no paten rs) going Kant, leaves Hillwboro " :;') a. in. .No. H, Local Freight, (no passen rn,) going West, leates Ilillsboro 1 11 p. m. J. G. COOLEY, Ayent. iiiLLsnouo Post Office. Office ntrrt lrom 8 a. in. to 7 30, p. m., erv day except Sunday, and on in. l.i V lrom 1'J in. iu 1 p. m. N. W. BROWN Post Master. The Senatorial Convention will lii-ld at Proaj.ect Hill, Ssturday, j t. tilh. I'le.ise.remeiuber the Hillnboro ok Si ore makeH a Specialty ot tiiiol Book.M. Col. DeRosfO't, of Wilmington, spending a Jew day in town with family at Mr. II. Iv. Nash's. Miss Goodridge, a former leach- in i-chool, is vis.ino' the ,Mt-h Nash and Miss Ivolloek. Mr. Willie Jon s, son rd' Mr. J. .Joio letl hen Tm-silay J'O 'ake Foret t'ollee to lesume hi ulieh. Cates, Registrar : - A. Lloyd. J. T. Pickard, Duocau King, Albeit Lloyd,' Judges.' CATES' PRECINCT. Sidney S. Webb, Registrar ; T. J. Oldham, James O. .Webb, John C. Sykes, E. II. Stubbing Judges. CEDAR GROVE PRECINCT. S J. Hall, Registrar ; II. L. Mc Dade, W. II. Morris, Charles P. Forrest, Newton Wilker-on. TOLEIt'S PRECINCT. John R. Kinnion, Registrai H. Toler. J. II. Woods. Newlin Smith, David S Ray, Judges. CALDWELL PRECINCT. N. V. Ray, Registrar : Thomas Wilson, II. Y. Harri-, R. N. Hall, Sr., W. A. Nichols, Judges. JACKSON S SHOP PRECINCT. A. L. Holden, Registrar ; James M Monk, Levi Loekhart, Dr. John Berry, Thomas Parker, Judges. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Orange County : D. II. HAMILTON, Chairman. organizing the party iu the County. Mr. H. N. Brown, Sr., wa elected Chairman, and Messrs. M. E. Craig ami Alex Pleasants were requested to act as Secretaries. Mr. WiUon Browo, Chairman of the Count v Executive Committee, tendered bis resignation. . It was ac-1 cepted, and Mr. Jas A. Cheek was elected to tiil the V3canry. A committee was appointed from the different election precincU to connult and name the lime for call ing a Convention to nominate or en dorse candidates, and to take into consideration such other matters as iniiiht come before them. Mr. Isaac R. St ray horn addressed the meeting. He denounced the Lodge Force Rill and said be was in favor a Railroad Commission. He said he favored fair elections, and that he believed all elections in this section had been so conducted. At the conclusion ot Mr Stray horn's speech, the Committee made the following report : We, the Committee, do recom mend that we call a Convention on Sept. '27th, to nominate or endorse caudidatei lor the County ticket, and that we will not endorse or nominate any man unless he will support the County ticket and Mc lver for Congress. We 'further recommend that we endorse Isaac R. Stravhorn solid for Solicitor of this District. After the adoption of the report, Mr. James A. Cheek made a few re marks. He would not support any man who would not support the 1 Republican ticket. He said that j Democrats had been making a great clamor tor negro storekeepers and fjaugers, and that he was authorized to say that any of them who would have one should be accommodated at short notice. Hon. Josiah Turner was called out. He said that he was going to be a candidate so he could cret a chance to talk to the people and tell them about the rascals in the Demo cratic and Republican parties, &c. I he meeting then adjourned. !1890. 1890. SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. 1 ( 'a pi JTlioin'i C edifor ot tlii ler, il:ei ;.l. 2fMl Kvnii, Ilolsl.. 1 '11 ro -V 1 at Reid lile, Tueed is , M ' . T. W Stroved and E I li. iup"ti ha e pialdied as Ad i !! aV! up. mi the I'sta'e ot the .1 'e!liifs S'lowd. Set notice. English Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Soil or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from horses, Blood SpavMis, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-bone, Stifles, Sprains, all Swol- It ii Throats, Cough", etc. Save 50 by ur-e of one bottle. Warranted he most wonderful Blemish Cure eer known. Sold by O. Hooker, m i Drugit, Hillsboio. i La-lies ! 1' itty voJmnes of beaiw jtitnl bound l-o 'k- jit reeeived at 'the IlilUboto BoW Siore lrom 35 , t ents W c'iod. Call ami examine. iiMjiiires that all Ex A.J 'tii!i;n' ratoi s shall '.lo-saim ly publica mil y paper. This is Tin' e Uw ''; :iuf I ! lit- o'( !. ,u the C j- Mint. Hr. J. S Spunjonn, Dentist, i ! in his ofMre at HilUboro next iily. Sept. 8th. He lri been ;iv two or three Aeeks on profes- i..t! business. We are lad to learn that live 'hs 4ash ami liss Uolloeks ' ol w ll have a large aitsndance M's-ion. The prspects for this '"l fro brighter than they Jiave ii in seeral yerrs. dar (5rove Academy opened ' Hi-fk with 40 "tudeiit!, and then the number has increased iity. Friends ot the school say tliis number will be increased to e liundred during the session. The County Commissioners met t!ie poor house Tuesday and re tcd Mr. A. V. Jordan superin--Knt ot the poor tor a term of years, bo far as we can learn -h;n given entire satisfaction, and vrvcd re-election. .-We W3tit postal card Jieics. cu can send all the important bap- inis of your neighborhood on a C3rd. WTe are forced to con rtise everything as much as possi-e- Wo want the 7ietcsx but in as and i.l want a 'postal card corrc3pood- 01 al eery post office iu Orange. I Consumption- Incurable? Read the following t- n II lorris. .Newark Art . . . . ' ' e,1 s as n wun Abscess.. of L Convention. Tle Retmblu ans of Orange Conn ty wiil meet in Convention- on Sat urday, Sept. 427th, for the purpose of nominating and endorsing candid ate tor the. Legislature and County offices. All Republicans are m vited. JAS. :A. CHEEK, Chnfu Co. Kr. Committee. NEW A D VERTISEM ENTS. HMIN ISTKATORS NOTICE. Having tbl-j ilav qualified as Adminis trators of J. Wellons Strowd. deceasetl. we request all persons indebted to his etate to niaku navmeut to lie. and Iiere by notify all parlies bavinti ciaims against the estate to present them to us on or before Sept. 1. lsDl, or this notice will be plead in bar of recovery. Tliis .Wth day of August. IsIm). 'I1IOS. W. STKOWl), K. C. THOMl'SUX. Administrators. 349 1-2 Villere Street, New Orleans, Oct. 22, '89. Win. Radam, Esq. : Dear Sir I wish the afflicted and sufterinc to know that I positively assert that lor twenty-nine years I nave constantly sunerea intense ag ony with that most terrible disease known as hemorrhoids, or pUe6, in their very worst form. I have tried every available prescription, but to no curative end. I have taken one jui (which contained one gallon) of Microbe Killer, and it. has complete ly cured me. It now feels like a dream that I ever suffered with that disease. It also has cured me ot an insatiable thirst, which I have had all of ray lite bo try it. all man kind, and do not let your prejudice blind you against this world renown ed medicine. If I possessed the means I would give all the afflicted as many jugs as they need to bring about a cure. This testimonial ought to show the Microbe Killer's effi cacy. I consider the Microbe Killer paramount. 1 remain, most respectfully, Mrs. E. D. Watson. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Sole Agent. 1 TV)! COUNTY TREASURER. We are authorized to announce DEVEREUX TURNER a candidate tor the office ot County Treasurer. Jt$tiitIlf4liel 30 1500. Years. ;U"gs, and NEW HEARSE NEW GOODS NEW EQUIPMENTS O. H. OOOX.EY Ac HOIS, HILLSBORO, X. C, Have in stock the largest and mot Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need co special mention. AH who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does riot exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases ot the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boil, Salt Rheum and other affec tions caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Con stipatiou and Indigestion try .elec tric Bitteis. Entire satisfaction guar anteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and Sl.OO" per bottle at W. A. Haves' Drugstore. unds and physicians p'ronounn ' complete lines of Coffins in Walnut. '-can Incurable Consumptive iw!!:!!:1:iraml,v,e- C in Kosewooil. in taL-In.r llr n;' v i Walnut and Poplar. Caskets in Cloth a taking Dr. King s N ew Discov - Covered. Rosewood and Walnut- r.v tor Consumption, am now on m -rd battle, and able to oversee the prk on my farm. It is the finest Stleine ever made." bsse .Middleware, Decatur, Ohio, ' Had it not been for Dr! Ne Not i'e To wnships. The Democratic Executive Com mittees of the Townships are noti fied aud requested to meet at thej usual places of meeting in their i Township on the 2nd Saturday in Sept., the 13tb inst., for the purpose of electing an Executive Committee for the County. Each Township is entitled to one Committneman. By order of the County Cooven tion : C. E. PARISH, Chairman. Mouutinsrs. Linings and Trimmings, EVER BEFORE SHOWN' IN HILLS BOKO. Thev aro nrpn:irtil to funiL-h ailV- me in lrom I mouM -have died of Lung ; one to two bours time, uJ0!es. Was given up by doc-1 ,'r Am no in best of health." i AT TRICKS that nKVY in best of health."! Al rUlCES that DKFY COMl'E- rJ jt. Simple bottles fret- at W.! Tli'ION. 1 . ! 2T0ur NEW IlEARhE is finished, kind ot Sid..,..! .,..!;.. nt anu H fr u I'iUbf.r,, li.,. . , 1 , .1 VeKy respectfully yours. ,)nk Store. School teach- e of patrons. One hundred Bibles and Testa ments at. the HtUsboro Book Store.! Also Hymn and Prayer Books. Something new added every day. ""gilt d) WllPllV 1, nts-.ro NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "gjXECUTOR S NOTICE. Having this day qualified as Executor of the late John Compton. I give notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make payment to me. and to those hav--inw claims against the aid estate to present them within one year, or this I notice will be plead in bar of recovery.! This outh day oi Jury, nw. , JLhAlLIJE ! LADIES ! I Miss DUNN,ne of oar Baltimore Milliner's, has re taroed. She has been on the Northern Market tor two months posting on everything new in Millinery and purchasing our stock of LAtHES and MISSES BONNETS, HATS and HEAD WEAR generally. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. i AH the novelties will be in, such as new thin c ill RUCHINGS, TIES, EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS, LACES, VEILINGS, VANDYKE LACES, CHIL DREN'S CAPS, the new things in Little Flowery Toques (ixitl IJonitetS. WHITE EMBROIDERY' SUITS are more worn than ever. Also the new things in Hemmed Stitched WHITE GOODS; prettiest Line of all-over EM BROIDERIES, HANDSOME SWISS and CAM BRIC EDGINGS ever showrkhere. 3 PARASOLS A?ND FANS. The first time a stock of Parasols and Fans has ever been carried in Hillsboro. Can please any of you. Everything new in this line. MISS ADDIE 8MITH is still in charge of this Room and wants to see every lady in this section this season. DRKSS GOODS. This stock is larger and more complete than hereto fore. All new things in SERGES plain aud striped. Full line of MOHAIR BRILIANTINES, SILK WARP HENRIETTAS. Full line of NUNS VEILING, Ac. .1 BLACK GOODS One of the most complete lines in the State. We pay especial attention to BLACK DRESS GOODS. TRI1IMINGS-TRIMMINGS. -A fall line of Novelties in DRESS GINGHAMS A line of best brands at 8 cents. CHEAP DRESS GOODS A complete lot from 6 to 25 cents. GK1NTJLEMEN! GENTLEMEN I ! We have lor you as low as can bo bought in tho South 1 14 A. I Y -X . V 13 1 CLOTHING. A complete lino of Suits from $4 00 to $30.00. If yoa go to Raleigh or Danville tor a suit it will be only for the name and to pay a fancy clothing-store price. Wo have same goods at 25 per cent. lesr than clothing stores. GENTS, HOYS AND CHILDREN'S HATS. All that is new in DERBY'S and SOFT HATS for young, middle-aged and old gentlemen. All the new novelties in STRAW GOODS, CHILDREN'S FAN CY STRAW HATS, fcc., &c. s SHOES! SHOES M SHOES 1 1 ! There is not a house in the State that can beat us on SHOES. A 81 Brogan better than the $1.25 shoe of a year ago. We have control at this point of all the leading brands of Shoes, hand made and otherwise. BAt STATE, MARCY BRO S, ZEIGLER. JNO. FAUST, MONNAGHAN, BAY & CO., REED'S and other . leading makes. GUANO We are Agents for nearly all the leading brands of Guauo. OBER'S, BRITISH MIXTURE, PLOW, OWL, FARMER'S FRIEND, OLD DOMINION, DIAMOND BONE, STAR, ANCHOR, fcc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kirnfe used in this section. WAGONS, BUGGIES, ROAD CARTS, Ac., V GROCERIES BACON, &c All thee goods in quantities at wholesale prices. We carry the largest stock of goods in Nortb Caro lina at retail. It takes the TWO LARGEST STORES IN THE COUNTY AND FIVE LARGE WARE HOUSES TO HOLD THEM. Hillsboro wont grow but we are determined that it shall be one of the best points in the State to buy eod. COME AND SEE US. Yours truly, JAMES WEUB, JR. Ac BHO. ew goods: NEW GOODS I! I have just received the largest lot of DRY GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, &c Ac, that I have ever had. I offer them aa low as can be sold. - Call on me tor your GHOCEHIES. MEAL. FLOUKT LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE MOLASSES Ac I receive daily and can give a frelt article at bottom price?. 1 am in my ld nand in BRICK HOUSE on King Street. Come and set; me and I will take pleasure in showing vou goods. All kinds ot BARTER "taken .at.tho highest market price. Your friend. H. L. PARISH. H LIFE OIT TJtlE ON. JEFFERSON DAVIS, BY MrH. TeiTeroii 13ttvl. To be Sold Subscrtytion Only The prospectus and complete outfit for canvassing will be ready Immedi ately. Agents WishiYiy Desirable Territory on this great work will please address, as !oon as possible, the publishers. UELFOltD CO. I-?J EiiKt lJtli Street IV ew York. QHESTER D. TURNER, A1TORN EY-AT-LA W AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. tlon of claims, title, sale a ud purchase of real estate. Ioans secured upon real estate. Attorney for N. A. M. A. Co., at Hillsboro, N. C. iRtVATE BOARDING HOUSE. You can get goou board bv the day. week or month, by applying at send door west ot Lynch's jewelry store. HENRY RICHARDS, .JR. GOOD VIVIIS'S. I offer for sale on reasonable terms, a Stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Glass and Crockery Ware, Hardware, Groceries and other goods, at prices to make them go. Call and examine and you will find something you want. II. N. BROWN, SR., Trustee. Jane 6th, 1890. C EDAR GROVE ACADEMY, Cedar oUove, n. c. Rfv. J. B. GAME. Principal. Miss JODIE BROWN. A.itnt. Mrs. S. S. HUGHES, Muic leaden Fall Term opens Wednesday. August 27th. 1800 ; Spring Term. Monday, Jan. .jtn, lS'Jl. Handsome new building well fur nished and arranged, experienced teach- ers reduced tuition. tMiartl Jn quiet Christian homes, ami other advantag well worthy ot notice. The Principal or one of th otlrer teachers -"will visit parents iiotllring them during the summer. Send for h Catalogue. Select HonrIl ii tr Ac 13 113' Seltool lor Tt'outiif LrtdieM and Lit tle GlrlM, H I LLSBORO N . C. The C3d Terra of the MISSES NASH AND 511SS KOLLOCK'S SCHOOL will ojn on Thursday, Sept. 4th. 1S!jo. Tuition for day scholar 2'J.OO per term. Circular sent on app!ktinn.' lliirlingrt on A.ertl?t3-, BURLINGTON. N. . FALL TERM OPENS AUG. 14TIL lbOO. Corps ot teachers well se lected. CVmmoJioa buildieg. Bojw and girl prepared for College, or to meet the demand of every day life. For circular, addie WILBUR E. ORMOND. Principal. Burlington, N. C. BE KFREE MM. Ow Unas ika 1 la m cm mk Mtr t iMt a V,. ik. mmA'.i n.4 ft (a ui- iatinniMtfHniku4W 1 f Till j ' '"a lse beic. ' "'t - S. J. CRAWFORD. Executor. " r T- . m. u. .u hum. taart C. S. COOLEY & SON.