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;. : f I'i : ' 5- if. ii i i' ; U 'I ! s 1 i .... i ( if!t ni :!; .1 1 i :l i. ! ; hi r ! .3 9i' i; 1- J s i: Ii -i'i hi si i ' 'orange county 'observer H I L l s H O II OU G H ,N 7 C ATCKI)AY - Nov. 15, imi JOSKPII A. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. Kntered at the lToilicTaT 11 j borough, N. C, as Mecond clasH i mri'itcr. 1 . W V .'&" Jilt! Oi'tin' County OhKorver I tin nl' ii- Countv. Tl.c Legislature ot Kansas is now apparently against the re-election of Senator IngalU by 15 o.en at least, and possibly 21. Thin will cause grat rejoicing all over the United States. It h claimed that of Representatives be next Ilonsj will si and 00 Ropuhlicanx, 1"H Democrafs, atid 8 Parmfti'w Alliance. It will be no trouble to count a quorum of Democrats iu the next House, and Czar Retd will not do the counting. DeJi'ditlnl ! We have received the November number of The Lyzvin, published at Ashevi'llo, N. C. Col John D. Cam-eron, one ol the most talented writers in the South, has a v i y in terewting article in it on the "South ern Fields ot Poesy. The Poets ot North Carolina.'1 Piesident Harrison haf- appointed the J7th ilay o this n.nth. to be ob served as a day of prayer :ind thanks giving by the people of the United Slates. The people ot the South have inure to be thankful for this year than they, have had before in any year t-'nee the war. We have large crops of Cotton, Corn and To bacco, the solid South, and almost a solid country, and the health of the people throughout .the whole coun try ih good. Ol.let us all thanks unto the Lord ! give HAPPY - WOMKN. What is it that makes women more smiling and happy than men ? We meet them on the cars, on the streets, in the country, bv the sea shore, always smiling, teeth a glist citing, eyes a dancing. Ah ! the se cret is they aim to please. It is an effort in many instances for thorn to smile, and were it not for a desire to look pleasing ami pretty many would "never smile again." Why ? Because in a large majority of in stances they don't teel like smiling. They feel mora like crying. With their nervou" aches weakness and bearing down pains, life to them is a burden. What a geld find to many a physician i a rich sick woman. Whv should he aim to cure 1 or and deny himst l! the pleasure of present ing his li i ' h with tl.o usual regular ity.' It sejms trorn the following, that the surest and" cheapest way lor ii.vr.lid women t regain health and strength js ,y using Botanic Riuod B.dm (B. Ii B.) .Mrs. J. A. White, 340 Wythe St., Prtersbur Ya . writes: "I have ned B. B. B with happy results, and others have taken it :it mv ad vice and are delighted with its cuta-' tive results." J. N. Gregory. Butler Postollice, S. C, writes: "My wife had been under the treatment of severol good phyociaus, bat continued in poor ha'lh, so I bou jlit foiir bottles of B tanic B'.ood Balm, and it, did her more good than those doctors had done her 'in ten years. She is now doiii her own wa-hir.. a thinu she al noi been able to do l r Jour oar.s." . litli lov lIoll tr-A. I (ilVi'll !-SlI, lit Cits! Li 'Wit v. it I have on har d at ihe Hillsboro Book Stote, about One Hundred Bible and Te-ia nents. They 3ro there f ir Mt'e "ac a profit.'' If not at a profit, at Ci si. If not at cost, ' given away." You. or your friend, or your neighbor, -..n zoi one according to the following : It you unt a Bible ami arejahle to pay mt a profit, I "would be glad to sell to VoU It yon need a Bible and are not able to pay mo a profit, say so, and you can have one at cost. It you have ho Bible at home and arc not able to buy one at cost, u will be welcome-to one tree of charge. You. who read tbi. if you know d any family in Orange county without a Bible in the home, please leave their uame at the liook Store, and oblige. Your.- truly. NATE W. BROWN. -.A.' llection ISoavh. ORANGE OFFICIAL. Chief Justice Merritnoo, dem ; Price, 034. Majority tor Mer- y - fir : . p . 13i0 . ravhorn rep 1144. Majority lor Parker, 2b. ' ' T4r ron l().rit Maioritv far 15unu. " L ! 33' ! Senate liuell, d-mocrat, 1487 ;j Mitchell, dem., 1487; Harrison, rep., ;-3G: WiiiRtead, rep., 500; Berry, j ' colored republican, o24. Hou.e of RepreHentaiives Hall, m.f 1375 ; Lowe, dem , 1377 ; Ho-1 dem can, rep.j 674: Whitted, colored re publican, 533 ; Ernmerfeon, 7Ul ; Jo biah Turner, 2). Clerk of Superior Court Gatti6, dern , 1777 ; 'Cates, 012. Majority for f iat tis, 1 165. SheriffHughes, detn. 2027 ; La ce o Lloyd, rep , 400. Majority for Hughes, 1531. Register of Deeds John Laws, dern , 1030 ; Forrest, 767- Majority tor Laws, 872. Treasurer D. M. Laws, dem., I, G04 ; Devereux Turner, 720 ; R. V. S'rayhorn, 47. Majority tor Laws over both Turner and Strayhoru, 828 ; majority over Turner, 875. In addition to the above, the tol lowing Constables were elected : W. 1. Roberts, Hillsboro ; Morris King, Chapel Hill ; John MeCauley, iiingharn; C. C. Harris, Little River, and A. W. Breeze, Cedar Grove. DUItnAM OFFICIAL : Senate Ruesell, dernocat, 1011 ; Mitchtl, dem., 1583; Winsiead iep., 338; Rerry, colorod rcpubli- :io, 850 ; Han is; n, rep., 210 ; Scuth yate, prohibitionist, G. The 2th . Senatorial District is composed of the counties ot Person, Cav ellyOranne and Dm ham. We hae not seen the oftieial vote ot Caswell or Person, In this district Rnsseli anl Mitchell, Decaociats, are electiul by large majorities. IIoum! of Representatives Hall, dem., 1584 : Lowe, dem , 1438 ; Ho- gan, rep., 201 ; Kmmerson, 40G ; Whitted, colored republican, 852 ; Tatuir, prohibitionist, 1G9; Josiah Turner, 0. Durham and Orange vote together for members ot the 'House, and as will be seen by the official vote in he two counties, Hall and Lowe, Democrats, ate elected by large ma jorities. In sixteen States the Republicans have no representative in Congress whatsoever ! What a rebuke to that party I It has no representative at all from two New England States, where it was once so entrenched in the affections of the people 1 What a change has eotne over the- spirit of j its dream! Alms and Observer. RESTORED HIS WIFE'S HEALTH. My wife suffered for. years lrom debility and a . general breaking down of health, the results of dis eases peculiar to women. A few bottles ot Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) restored her to perfect health. It built her up, increased her appetite and weight, until she is now the picture ot health. The speedy re covery of my wife from her long illness caused all my family, and sev eral ol ray neighbors, to lake S S. S. As a tonic we are all delighted with it. George FlaImmer, Covirigton, O. . BABY CURED. l My baby had the worst case of Catarrh that I ever saw, a small child afflicted with. The nasal dis charge was very large and very offensive. Having some personal iviiowledge of the cjrattvo properties of S. S. S. I gave the baby a course ot S. S. S., using nothing else- In a short time the discharge from the nose stopped, and the Catarrh xn i 3 Fi"Miu, a ...w.w Mv.. w ....u ... u - - l -Ci . . inaepenuence, unio. May 10, 1$00. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free. Swift Sitcjfic Co, Atlanta; Ga. Every Cigar sold at the Hills boro Book Store is hand made made in Norih Carolina guaran teed, and pronounced by those who know, to be strictly good G for 30 cents. No '1 tor 5 cents sold. HILLSBORO. MARKET Corrected Weekly Apples, lieebWiX, Butler, Chickens, CotlVe, 4 to 6 1 to i!0 l-r to 20 10 to :." 20 to 2-3 50 Corn, Eggs, , Sted Cotton, Flour, per barrel, ; Lard, Lime, rock, Meal, Molasses, Oats, Salt, Sugar, Svrup, Wheat Specimen Cases. I S. II. Clifford. New Cassel, Wis., ! was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatic, Ins Stomach was diior.; : . , . . . ir ia!arR.jc degree, appe'ite fell away, i he was terribly reduced in fle.h : J W h. Three bottle, of Llec ; iinmi. i n IjHC a3 auvviv T " i t 1. 1 1 J a itrt.nfirr i -r- iwaru rnemieru, xai i iowui, . had a running s"re on his leg ot I eight years' nauding Used three j Uottles ol Electric iiiuers aim boxes ot buckien s Arnica oaie, and his lec is nound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large Fever fores on his leg, doctors said he w as incurable. One bottle .hlec trie Iht'ers and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cared him entirely. Sold bv W. A,- Hayes, Druggist. The Baltimore Manufacturers' lienor d wonders why the Southern Statss, and especially North Caro lina, do not make hops one of their regdar sources of proBt North Carolina could successfully compete with the most favorable localities in the count rv. Prof. Mclver is a fine speaker. Don't -fail to hear his Educational AdJress in the court houf-e Friday morning. Nov. 14th, at 11 o'clock For the Observer. ,Vn Interesting: Letter lroiti Col. rJTjite. Mr. Editok Dear Sir: In the course of a few days we will com plete our Map Survey of Orange County. Having traveled over every nook and corner of the same, we found maoy interesting points, con sisting ojf natural curiosities, histori cal places, mineral deposits, &c. The people appear to have a deep inter est in the work, renderiug all the assistance that we could expect, and have treated us in a manner that will pUce us under lasting obliga tions to the good people of Orange. Three miles west of Hillsboro where the old Governor Tryon road crosses Eno river about one mile above the railroad bridge, is a place of great historical interest. Here we find the old Mattock Mill spoken ot in Wheeler's History of North Caro- lliua, where Herman Husbands and his Regulators held their meeting which resulted in the battle of Ala mance. We found the foundations of the old mill, though not above ground, clearly defined ; and this old Tryon road, is -easy to observe, has been laid off by compass and pioneers, the bearings being nearly due west, ami can be traced through urange and Alamance, crossing Haw River, near Galbreath's bridge, on to the Alamauce battle ground of the Regulators. Near the west bank of the river, about one-fourth ot a mile south of this old road, is the . old house place ot the old man Jesse penton, the father ot that distinguished Atneri can and statesman, the Hon. Thos. II. .Benton, and this is the spot where the great Senator was born About fifty yards in front of the old house place is the grave of the old man Jesse Benton, unmarked and unlettered, nothing but two smal rocks at the head and foot ; no sign of the grave, except this, and if they should be removed, it would be for ever lost. It is in a lonely and un frequented place, long since aban doned add grown up in tres and bushes. This place, historically, is an honor to old Orange. Would a not be well to preserve it in some wav r On the west bank of feuo, on the south side of the road near this old ford, stands the ruins of the old Hart house which was the scene of a battle tn the Revolutionary war At this house was stationed a part ofCornwalli8 men under Col. Tarle ton. These were here attacked, as we have been informed, by the American General Graham, and the ravines were pointed out to us by whlcn Graham's men approached i th9 h0Bge rom lhree differet)t pojnlg ! unseen, to within firing distance j there being three British officers dancing on the piazza at the time one was killed with the first fire aud it was said the blood stains re mained on the floor always after wards. 1 he old gate post is now standing on the side ol the -road which was then at that time. We may hereafter give you a de scription of the agricultural belts and productions and roads of our County, if desired. Yours, Ac, G. W. T. The PuLriT and the Stage. i Rev. K. M Shrout, Pastor United j Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan.. j says: "I feel it my duty t.. tell what 1 wonders Dr. Kind's New Discvrv j lias done tor me. My Lungs were j badly diseased, and my parishioners ; thought I could live only a few ' weeks. 1 t.v.k five h.tt!t of Dr. : King's New Discovery and am sound i 3nd well, gaining J0 ihs. in urj.jrnt" loj Arthur fe Love. Manager Love'' 2 1-2 ; Funny Folks Combination, write:' $4 OU to So 00 "After a thorough trial and convinc S to 10 1'ng eideoce, I am confident Dr. I $1 50 Kiug's New Discovery tor Consuwlp-! 75 : lion, beats 'era all. and cures when; 30 lo 4,' j everything ee fails. The greatesi ' 00 ! kindness I can do my many thousand 75 to $1 G' friends is to urge them to irv it."' 7 to 1 : Free trial bottles at W. A. Hayes' :lb to 5 -Drugstore. Kejular ize 50c- and $1.00 to $1.50 i$l 0J. NORTH CAROLINA NEWS, j - j rem several counties or ine.fctatej reports come ot yields ot two bales, ot cotton to the acre. According to th latest estimate. mocratic majority in onr next Leslature wdl he about outy. vartnina, is memioneu lor me va 1 . - ! .3 A 1 . cant place on tho U- S. Supreme Court. c Mr Clement Manly, of New Berne;will move to Winon and practice law in copartnership with Hon. F. M. Simmons. The Presbyterian Orphan's Home will be moved from Charlotte to Barium Springs, five miles south of Statesville, in Iredell County. It has been so decided by the Synod. A building to accommodate 10) or phans will be erected. Raleigh Advocate : Mr. C. M. Parkr, of Hillsboro, has donated to he Hillsboro Circuit a parsonage valued at $1,800 to $2,000 We re coid this very lioeral act on the part of Brother Parks with profound thanks to hiai for his magnificent gift. The Raleigh Advocate says that Bhhp Keener will have someques tions ot law to decide at Concord One of the lay delegates elected to the W. N. C. Confp.Tence from the Trinity District lives and holds his membership east of the lioe of divis ion. Of which Conference will be be a member ?" A young school girl, seventeen years of age, who bad run Away from Oxford College, N. C, wa rescued from a coal barge at anchor off Lambert's Point, near Norfolk, Va. Theibarge was in command o Captain Lind, who swore when the officers went along side, that the girl could only be taken off the barge oter his dead body, but when they covered him with their pistols he meekly succumbed and turned the young lady over to the detec lives. The young lady was taken in charge by friendt? until her parents could arrive. The Raleigh correspondent of the Wilmington Messenger says : Your correspondent to-day interviewed Stale Auditor Sanderlin and learned that the pension warrants will ali he mailed on the 30ih day of No vember. Formerly these have been sent to the pensioners direct, but uuder the new law they will be sent to the Register of Deeds of the va rious couuties The Registers are required to send the warrants, or de liver them personally, to each pen sioner and to post in the court house a list of pensioners in the county. the pensioners will therefore in the future look to the Registers and not the State Auditor tor their warrants Last year there were in round num bers 4,000 warrants mailed from here and the postage was $80. Nothing; Succeeds Like Success. The reason R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful medl cine, is I ecause it has never tailed in any instance. no matter what the dis case, from LEPROSY to the simplest disease known to the human svstem. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that everv disease is caused by Microbes, and R A DAM'S M ICROBE KILLER exterminates the Mierooe and drives them out :f the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. Xo matter what the dis ease, whether a simple case of Malaria . rever or commnaiion oi uiseases. we cure them all at the same time, as we treat all diseases constitutionally. Asthma. Consumption. Catarrh. Bron chitis. Rheumatism. Kidney and Liver Diseases. Chills and Fever, Femde Troubles in all its forms, and. in tact, every disease known to the human sys tem. BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IM ITATIONS. See that our Trade-Mark (same ahove) appears on each jug. fena lor nook llistory of the Microbe Killer," given away by i W. A. II A Y ES. Druggist. Hillsboro. or I). McCAULEY. :h:el Hill. FOR consump?1 It has permanently enred thousands flr?r pronounce1 !,y !cuf ho less. Ii you have premonitory svmp- toms, such aa Couch. Difficulty- of ureatninp, ftp., don t aelav, but use fmJRE,tr0S 'SUMPTION Immediately. By Drujjgiais. -45 cents. r I lTll n II I. Highest of all in Leavening Power. KM Eg JOHN V. GRAHAM. ATTOKN LY-AT-LA W, HlLLSHoi . N. C. Practices in th- rounties ot' Ala mance. Caswed. hurham.- Cuillord 1'erson ami Oraiure. A. W. Graham. K. VV. Winston. QRAHAMvA WINSTON', ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. Oxroui. X. C. Practices In the Counties of (irau ville, Orange. Person and .Durham. What is .- Ajsxssas - ,V N WANS Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria kills Wroruis. Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Gives healthy "sleep aad promotes digestion, Without injnriou medication. The .CeuUar Company, c UEST EQUIP PED PRINTING AND BIND- ING ESTABLISHMENT IN NORTH CAROLINA. ) EdwnrdH Ac 13roiilttoii, RALEIGH, N. C. Solicit all kinds of Printing and Bind ing, from the smallest card or label to the largest volume. They make the best LEDGERS, RECORDS. DAY BOOKS. Nlehad. and are sole agents for pCaroHna of Kinwaud's Levelkr Nortlt AND Hanhv Aum Rest ae also for Buon- son's Flat Opening Strinc.s, botli of which are the latest ami best inven tions tor large ledgers Records. &c Their hand-book for Magistrates and County Olhcers, tne North Curolhui ; u uL-ir.v." ; :r. rz :r"u -rr, i r tv. i ...i ...i: able stock of BLANKS to be found in j i - - - v ...... .- - - the State. Address. EDWARDS & BROUGHTOW Printers and Hinders. Raleigh, N. C. ;CotnnercialColl3i: ! rhtumatf A ? Hnint PnlltKim in the World. hi Har ui t4 nei cao saafeijriys xsszx u.dM.iMtuit.u.utU;. iiTMcunnMr ct r r.n b cmrm'.tjrtiiinSjM img TcirT.yk7 tiiM. n Vtwtin. fatT iZZXLfm2tflt t . fr. wmmmmr rpiIE LARGEST, n v j N t r U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. JAMES B. MASON, a rr n v.y-at-t, w. i ll vi'M. Ill l.l.. N. C lV.o fi ilit- State and Fed e ml (our'-. iZTi "olh-rti.oi of Claims and Revenue Cases a spttoaliy. ' War taxes paid oi land. pi'iKet-titeii. Send reeeijit:. c IriRaTKK 1. TL'KXKU, ATTOHN KY-AT-LA W AND KKAL ESTATE AG EXT. Special attontion given to tne collec tion of chums, title, sale ami purchase? of real estate. Loans eeured upon real estate. Attorney tor X. A. 31. A. Co., at Ilillsboro. X. P. Castoria. fS Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as su perior to any prescription known to me." II. A. ARCHER, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., OreoUjn, 5. T. 77 Vat-ray Street, X. Y. sssz A COTTON STRIKE "Ho, Boss I'll ml no more, 'less yon weigh yonr Cotton on aJONES 5Ton Cotton Scale NOT CHEAPEST BUT BEST. Beam Box, Tare Beam, Freight Paid." For terms address, JOHES OF BIHGHAUTON, . BINQHAIITON, N. T. IS 11 VV GOODS WISW GOODH - FALL ANL WINTER.. I have jiist returned from the North ern' markets with the largest Stock oi' DRY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, fci M O K 8 , &c. Ac, that 1 have ever had. . I offer them as low as can be sjld. My Stock of Shoes i more complete than ever, and if you want GOOD SHOES for little money, caii on me. Call ou me for your guoceuiem: MEAL, FLOUR. LARD. SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, &c. I receive daily and can give a fresh article at bottom price. I zaake a sp- cialty ot MEAL and can always supply you with kuesh ground j., at low- est nntvh. .1 am in my obi -tend In i i i BRICK HOUSE on King Street. Come and see me and I will take pleasure in showing vou good. All kind, ot BARTER taken at the h igue.it market price. Your friend. II. L. PARISH. Qitr mt tae EATTtl Ma. mm to l.troa-. nr to 0B MIHI to rvt VoI.ir. k II Mtttl Kill Mf .1 , VJ X thvtlamt. All fm htt4tm - it m,mmS 4 t, SM4 Jm, Ik. k J("iV ibl tit. nxui ixl of -.a. ! rMtt .IX 11. mhtit tm iAik cut f tl t.lk. It to rru4. M. cop. itsx M i ttyfetTj. W wui ik. y kow f lu mil frota S3 w ! 1 ' !(. trmmt th .lari.wiUk- NlHMinit tMlM.RMtlMCt W. Hf U HfM ckjUTM : 1 $60 I hlL.K inbrl 1 EY V 1 r Jtk--?! .