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pLLSRO R i:( n:TY Ol o ug U , N SERVER. The Firtt - f T X 1 i j jornam i a pate ATI; i: DAY . "(v. 13. National Bank of institution. Ot bank the Durham Recorder "This is one of iho strongest Co uii t j' 1 iiti t uts. Prof. Chan. D. Mclver has been conduction a Countv Institute for white teachers n the court house i cm k ..... iriMiiDiions in me "Maio. A tie capi- mis weex. . tie is weu qoaiinea ana st;r.';iiii;J iox rates: i u year. io jr. tx month-. ' Vlircc months. to h j.ai I in advance, f . - .v ik' f KATES OK AlVKRTIMN(i- b t'!v.-rtiM-in.-iit "ill be inserted tor f Cl.w r"- hi'i f ('" t,,,n) lor ,hc "r1 " rid titty CM.t- l..r ;t. li -ubsequeiit pub lication. . ' .. A.l2Til,itirny N""'"'-4- Inhutc-ni Ke-fX-et. C.'.'ii'i-- lt'i "niii :ilation- l Can f l,ldari ifrwolnti.jti' ot Thant.s.&e., will (' fc vharged t'T a- regular a vetise-CjttJruf-. i)Ut onlv h :tlf rate when paid n'jr -trictlv in advance. TOTHE OFFICE OF THE OK- ANGE COUNTY OBSERVER 4 JIS ON CHURTON ST., OVER L. ti a wci timtm rniv e JAMES "WEBB, JR. & BRO, I - takes TIM E TABLE NO. 3. KFl K T 5:30 A. M., AUG. 31 Tram No. 60, Mail, point' West, aves Hillsboro 0:22 p. m. No. .r)l, M;il, going East, leaves HilUboro 1 1 ::S0 a. in. ,No. 62, Freight and Accommoda tion, going West, leaves Hillaboro ri 4.00 a. m. "f ' vNo. o.'J, Freight and Aceommoda INVITE THE PUBLIC TO AN INSPECTION OF TIIEm WINTER STOCK OB GOODS, Viriln, tMnii East, leaves Hill8V)oro No. If), Ical Freight, going Ea-t, 7l 4:00 a1 m. pnpnvxig'i't between Greensboro and luham,) leaves Hillsboro at 10:10 ra. t tliso. lo, J,ocal ireigtt, going f! Xva, (afneiigers between Dnrham tnd Greensboro,) leave Ilillsbro at , 1;420 p. rn. , - J. G. COOLEY, Agent. ( iin.i.snouo Post Office. Office ii rn from 8 a. m. to 7.IJ0, i. in., 'every dny except Sunday, and on Sunday Irurn 12 tn. to 1 p. m. Post Master. 9- i See notice of mortgage sale of IindJat court house door by B. N. Hann. t Pryr Hester, colored, wants a I divorce from his wife. See notice " Publication. V' Read what the'Hillsboro 15ook ,;. .Store will have to ay from now un- V til December .'Hut. . l t. .tn i : l r : .J : i. 'r.. . A ui win utj incrtabeu i rum is uoiuij a grii:u wutk.. ji ho aucuu- SIOU.UOO to 200,000. They have anoe of teachers was nothiug like aa b.. ught 00 leet on the corner ot large as it outrht to have been. On Main and Corcoran greets, opposite Wednesday, the third day. there Stokes Hall a. d will erect a band- were only 17 teacbera present, while v I some three story building. (Jne 1 there are moro than 40 poblio school man, 1 ueeday, wibucaibed S15.000 to J teachers in the county. The teach the National Bank Stock. Davlni; ers and citizens who staved away, theretor Si 15.00 per share oi $100." don't know how much they missed, Mr. J. S. Carr is President of this as all ot the exercises were very in Bank, and among the Directors and teresting and fall of instruction. non-reiueQt Stockholders we notice - . the names ot Hon Paul C. Cameron. We reoeived an invitation to at- D. C. Parks and James A. Cheek, tend the laying ot tne corner stone of Hillsboro. J of the new main building ot lnnity I Hnllrtn rn tlio fffCfPi AmnilS ftt. -The Durham Sun, of Nov. 11th, n,u w TnAav nndor th says: -Mr. Chw..B Ellis, of Cedar au ices of tbe Grand Lodge of u,"";'10,u "x ,7 fuj, Masons cf North Carolina. Thej of South Lowell, were married ye Masonic address was delivered by terday atlernoon at the residence ot Hon z g Vance ot Asheville, and the bride. J he happy couple spent vj ;oi ,rQcfl kv ar.Rnv a snort time in trie city ana leu on T t inrvla A areat maav nromi- . 1 . - .. C - . u I - o the groom." The OBSERVER ex tends congratulations and winhes for Th Sanreme Conrt has dis- them many years of happiness. missed the caee of Elizabeth BerryJ Rev. L. L. Johnson, of Carr lex parte, from Orange, and sustains church, Durham, is assisting Rev. the lower 'court in Browning vs. W. II. Puckett in a protracted meet- Berry. Insr in the Methodist church. Ser vices have been held every night this week. We hope that great aud lasting good will be done before this meeting closes. Again our jail is empty not a single prisoner conGned within its when she had Children, she ito themCitorIa. wails. We learu that the Alamance 'jail is also empty. There is nothing like good influence on your neich- wvi". I -ii -mi: j t: TT - I -nas. cans anu oiui uayoo uoc Prof. Chas. D. Mcjver will de- formed a firm to sell Domestio Sew- liver an address in the court house. : ATQKma nni Pianon and Or- Friday, Nov. 14th, it 11 a. ra., on . Evervbodv knows the "Do- the "lielaiion of the People to Ed- Mkstic" is the best sewing machine uuaiiwu iieijuvujr cuiuiaiw m- made. Thev are acents tor LiOdaen B Vlted tO attend Go and hear him. Rotoa Mnai Unnco Savannfth. Ga.. Ida Annntrv r.n iho meet fovAr.Klrt larma an tbU mA . UAa and for Hume, Minor Lo., rvion mond, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. 15 davs trial in your homes and will please the moat exacting. lowest cash or time prices. Write WHICH IS THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE When Baby vu sick, we fare her Cutoria. When she vu a ChM, he cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. EVER dPFERED W NORTH CAROLINA. lhOO. - IlIstUlll8llCCl Yeuriit 30 NEW HEARSE NEW GOODS NEW EQUIPMENTS O. 6S. COOLEY & SON HILLSBORO, N. C, Have in stock the largret and mot complete Hih of Cotlln in Walnut, roplar and Tine. Caes in Hosevod, Walnut and Poplar. Caskets In Cloth Coveretl, Koevood and Walnut Mountings, Lininps and Trimmings, EVEIl BEFOKE SHOWN IN HiI.lS-BORO. They are prepared to funikh any thing in the Undertaking Line hi from one to two hours time, AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPE TITION. tSfOur NEW IIEARbFi K finibed, and w tree for u?e of patrons. Very respectfully yours, C. S. COOLEY & SON. This Stock was bought from the manufacturers and largest dealers in Vi-In our Superior (urt la-t , -weok, Glenn R. Johnson wax grant 8 'llvorte trom Mary Johnson. 'jff' Mr. A. J. Roberwou, of 0;iks, baa a hog that has two hoofn on his ;.... i.:... i i ... ijiu nun it-L;. out 17") pounds. 5fv'r' Isaao-HayeH. of Brooklyri ' ihe moM, XiihI On.ll. preparing to move from to na. JiLiLlb & liAlJii&, eaar Grove, N. C, or Burlington, N. C. I am Hillsboro first of the year 1891, and must have my business of all kinds settled up by Dec. 1st, 1890. Per sons owing me, either by account, uote or mortgage, will please call The Hillsboro Bookstore tfill and pay up, as I will be compelled make a specialty of "Oxford Teach-1 to put out all unpaid claims alter er8: Bibles and Gilt Books" for the hrst day ot December. Christmas presents. We invito your espeoial attention to a XINE OJF LADIES' WRAPS n h English Spavin Liniment removes . t . ian arsons u Ti j u i. ii -r 1 Are uruseu uunu liuui uieinwi' an nam, oou or a:iousea lumps caret Brown's Iron Bitters ana lilemishes from horses, Blood Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, If inn.hnnn SZti41no W.tni.c mil W ... y 1 i. . it i I to uu"-i uiiuci?, i-'uiaiiiD, ait unui iiiu iu'" iii.hcii;ii MM . - l' .t r " i it-u LuruaiH, ounn". eic. oav-e uo by U8e of one bottle. Warranted GOOD IJAliCiAIINS. I offer for sale on reasonable terms, a Stook 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 waut. H. N. BROWN, SR., Thustee June Cth, 1890. G EDAR GROVE ACADEMY, Are broken down from overwork or household bought frohi a manufacturer going out of business, which we will sell at a carei Itrnwn'a Irnn T?itt,r I . BIG BARGAIN. rebuild! the svstem, aids digestion, removes ex cess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' 74viUr .lb44!, Ilil-veH OT irf Kiyr, u,e mot wonderful Blemish Cure Vin.iiana. is viMtm- h- lather, Mr mr known. Sold by O. Hook )avid Hayes, who is t riiully ill at ! Druggist, Hillsboro. Ifiis hnie near the Ridge. I . M ORTGAGE SALE! IN DRESS GOODS, AND THE TRIMMINGS TO MATCH, f Wanted, for cash, all kinds cf "What's in a t ame ?" Confederate Stajnj s, Bills, Boo. K brands l "Brida! Dreams" :te. hair prices tid (or miiiu. Ad-i Cigars can t be beat. 0. ,iresM, r. 'aFlorida. We learn 4 i ' ii Our and Sold S.VWYKlL, Beauclerc, that the vouni? and relia'blH butcher, Mr. S. E.('.le, will e mi our market everv Tliuisdav. . j ry him. lie will give you good irgains. The many friends of Col. P. B. RuOin, who has- been confined with a sprained ankle several weeks, will be glad lo learn that he is able to be out a::un. A K'..... I:1T:1I- Iloro Bookstore," aud you will see the prettiest lino ot Xmas Goods ver heen in Orange County. No f, trash Kold. j Mr. Al Ellis, of Cedar Grove, vho was in bed about thtee months v'111 l Pnod fever, was in. town last yweek . We were glad to see him . looking so well. MP Mrs. Chas. S. Cool ed k ffroni Baltimore toft Monday, where . . jte harbeen in a hospital for sev ccral weeks. She is very much im ?. ;lH-ovedjwe are glad lo hear. I Messrs. Llorillard and Kent, of f JOcconcechee hotel the first of the ;-,week.' lhey were on a huntijg ex l fpedition and killed a good many partridges. $ The Durham Sun of Wedncs- Uay, Hoy. Hth. gavs : Hrv. J T Harris, wo was on hia way here to participate in the corner stone exer- seises, anil who was taken verv sick ly at lloxboro, we are pleased to learn. f j is much better to day. He is at the residence of Mr. J. S. Carr. Governor Fowlo has appointed Joseph A. Harris, delegate, and H. N.Brown, Jr., alternate, from this .'v.u..hWI t4l uibiuc 10 iuc ooutnern r lnter-States Immigration Conven - tion to be held in the city of xVshe- viUe, N. 0., on Wednesday and only at Hillsboro Book Store. Xeurulffic I'ersons And those troubled with nervousness resulting from care or overwork w ill be relieved by taking Itrotvn's Iron Hitters. Genuine has trade mark aud crossed red 1 lines on wrapper. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JOUSTED LANDS. All persons a-e warned not to hunt with gun. axe, dogs, nets, or otherwise trespass upon our lands in Little River township. All offenders will be dealt with aeeording to law. S. A. DOUGLASS. A. V. DOUGLASS. Nov. 7th. 1800. CLOTHING itni 1 CLOTHING- "DEMEMBER THAT I CARRY the FINEST LINE CLOTHING, - HATS, SHOES, AND By virtue of a mortgage executed by . . i . t Allen Atwatpr to Aicrprnon Dnrharn we nave an we Btvies mat, are aeiirapi and assigned to me, and recorded on pages 240 and 241 in Book in the otliee of the Register of Deeds of Or ange County, 1 will sell for cash at pub lic auction at the court, house door ot Orange County, at 12 m. on Saturday, the 13th day of December, 1890, the tract ot land described in said mortgage, containing twenty acres, and adjoining I the lands of "Wayne Durham, Whitfield aud others. This 13th day of November, 1890. B. N. MANN, Siler City, N. C. QTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, O Orange County. JPryor Hester Against Celia Hester. "PUBLICATION. The above entitled case is an action for divorce, and the saiid defendant is a non-resident of the State ot North Car olina. . It is therefore ordered that pub lication be made in the Orange Coun ty Obskryek, a newspaper published in the County ot Orange, for six succes sive weeks, commanding the said de fendant to be and appear at the next term of the Superior Court to be held for the County of Orange at the court house in Hillsboro on the 2nd Monday after the 1st Monday in March, 1891, to I the relief demanded in said complaint. v ltness, b. M. Gattis, Clerk of said Court, at office in Hillsboro the 10th day ot November, 1890. S. M. GATTIS, Clerk of Superior Court. ale at all prices IF YOU NEED A SUIT OF CLOTHES, HAT, OR PAIR OF SHOES, look at our IMMENSE STOCK, and you will be sure to buy. Don't forget that on BUGGIES, WAGONS, CARTS and HARNESS, V i we are unexcelled. We bought Irom an importer a large STOCK OF GUNS which we will f ' '" " ; 1 sell at lower prices, than you will see again for yearV It is not necessary to mention CEDAH GROVK, N. C. , Rev. J. B. GAME. Principal. Miss JOnfE BROWN. Assistant. Mrs. S. S, HUGHKS, Music Teacher. Fall Term opens Wednesday, August 27th. 1S00 ; Spring Term Monday, Jan. 5th, 1891. Handsome new building well lur nished and arranged, experienced teach ers, reduced tuition, board in quiet Christian homes, and other advantages well worthy ot notice. Ihe Principal or one of tne other teachers will visit pauents notifying them during the summer. Send for a Catalogue. Holt; tit lIoitiliii(- Ac Dtiy tsoliool lor x oumi? Ludiew find Ini tio GirlN, HILLSBORO, N. C. The 3d Term of the MISSES NASH AND MISS KOLLOCK S SCHOOL will open on Thursday, Sept. 4th. 190. Tuition for day ?cholars 2J.oo per term. Circulars sent on application. J-R. J. SPURGKON", DENTIST, llillHtoro, TN. O. tSTOffice next door to Dr. IIooker'8 Drug Store. Open every day. FOTTTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS HARDWARE A IS 13 GROCERIES, 7 r iThurday, Dec 17th and 16th. Bl'cklex's Arnica Salve. ii The Best Salve in the world fot I -Us, Bruis 3U es, fcores, Ulcers, bait - J lwheum, t ever Sores, Tetter, Chap rp:d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and 14 all Skin Eruptions, and positively yfi e5i' or no I3V required. It AlT u:lra"teed to uive uorfrai satis- Ction. or rnnnev rntnn..l Prion 4 . " T - 'v lUIHJV V9 a v- - e-nta per box. For sale by W. Hayes, DruL'irist. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS in the city. Give me a look when In town and get the benefit of low prices. Remember T. .X. LAMBE, THE CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS' FURNISER, 31 1 I ii 5t.v Dtirtitim, IV. O. rpO YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS. Free to nil Utricle. The McKin!pv TrifT Aao .it ait-ei ih prices of cood-i nt the "iboro Bot.k Store. Come and Notice is herebv given to all readers of this paper and all their friends and acquaintances throughout the United States and Canada, that THE HOUSE HOLD will be sent one vear as a Wed ding Present to everv newlv married couple whose address and 10! cents to pay, postage is sent to the puolUher icffdn one icar from the date of their mnrruinc. Persons sending for this present are requested to send copv of a paper con taiuiug a. notice of their marriage, oi some other cv'iuence that shall amount to a reasonable proof that they aie en titled to the magazine under the above offer. Address. THE HOUSEHOLD." Brattleboro, Vt. o answer the pleadings herein, or the as we are always fixed to supply your wants with everything in these lines. 0 houi win die daintilf will apply to the Court for ) 'VtitfVZ'&Zt gALE OE REAL ESTATE. By virtue of a decree of the Superior 8ave V" money on thetn. Court ot orange County made in the case of William Byrd, Executor of Wil liam Ward, deceased, against the heirs ot the said Ward, I will sell on the Dremlses on Saturday the 6th day of Dec, 1S90, the lands" ot the late Wm. Ward on the waters of Stagg's Creek, adjoining the lands of I.evi Walker, George Richmond and others, and con taining One Hundred Acres, more or thathe says are jost lovely Terras of sale of (nun. tVm or Lco F rdert re ce4 la tsrr.e. nil rnre a1 rreTrnt Hon CnM.EA. FooU Pow.'.'n ill jirtil Oam is t"o L. Vmtzi I'owd win in'Tr Be cnnatltT of mtik But ioe would mention tlxe fact that tee boxtgU all of our PIECEiy n-Ttim l)!Ati to irhlfli Hot aa4 CttUe ire ot)rcl. Foni'l FOWDIU WILL TIF.CTlftJi. Sold trtTjwter. DAVID S. VOrTZ. Proprlt. ' BALTiMoar. lea 5"For sale at Hillsboro by W A. HAYES, Drogcrint. GOODS BY THE CASE, before the advance in price, therefore can MISS DUNN has returned lrom the. North and has bought a line of MILLINERY -A.II FANCY GOODH, N or i c e One-thirdiin cash and the balance in 12 months with interest from date. This 5th day of Nov., 1S00. WILLIAM BYRD, .v Executor. . 1875. 1890. FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY GOODS, LATEST STYLES ! JJ- R S . M . L . T a Y L O R , MILLINER, f Hillsboro, N. C, has received a large, select and com plete Stock of Fail and Winter Millin-1 cry (jrooas, .Ladies Dress Trimmings, Best and latest New York styles at very lowest juices for cash. No extra charges for trimming Hats. The latest and prettiest styles iu Jewelry, and a lull line oi Nations. Call and examine our goods fcefore Hiving elsewhere. We have added largely to oar stock ot GENTS FURNISHINGS. Look at them. Asjwe expect a cold winter we have bought a nice line of CARPETS AND RUGS, to which we invite your atiention. Yours truly, Having taken out letters of adminis tration upon the estate of th lsu Henry MeMannen. i hereby notify all persons indebted to said e-Late lo niak'. immediate pavmnt to rae. and all per sona having claim- Ajfain-t '-ai l etatf are notirtetl to jrr-ent t! .im to the undersigned projcr!v aiitlienticat'il on or lcfore the M day of 0 t.. 101; or this nottcy will b' pt-ad in bur of their recover)". 'Hils Jd day of Oct.. JAMES MONK. Adraitd-trator. lUIVATE BOARDINO HOUSE. am in my new hon-e and am better preiarel than ever to a commodate -r.on wHldng V tKanl by the ?ay, week or month. IIKNKY MCHAirf JAME8 WEBB, JR. &5 BltO. I M MM 1 ASf SA m A tarn l aw X iA4M Ml PU I UM. ran! niM. Ost rntof la rTii Immlttj tu Mm m mm re. mti. m last ul imUot n4 (koM bn f yit rmbia Li au mpa i TTi pmj itt " 1" ' ' V:.Un l S. TvrXlmm. Mmlam.