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ORAN'CK COUNTY OBSERVER. ; li I L J S 15 OH O U d H , N C . TIU'KSDAY. A run. C, PUHLISHKI) KVKRY THURSDAY. 31ari-iccl 0,SOr iu One s A X. xjs Kington Free Press : Peach and an Orphanage at Kaleigh. The site . iDtereglng Matrimonial is the rue ot plum trees are in bloom. It i n has been selected, and it is that of Alexander the Great. I thought that many ot the blossoms theDeverent property, just a anori .maMm rpnnr.ers f the .j kilUd by the cold weather last Iotliolit Orpfmuaere. The Methodist Chnrch will boild JOSEPH A. HAUItJS, Publisher and Owner. jt K, ... The newspaper reporters time of Alexander the Greu, tad there been any, would hae bad the Gen. Otis telegraphs from Manila that he is preparing lor a continued active campaign. j The First Itegiment of North; Carolina Volunteers did not arrive at camp at Savannah, Ga., until the 2U:i of March- This was doe to two days' quarantine. The boys are looked for in North Carolina about April ilotb, and arrangements are being made to - give them a hearty welcome at their respective homes. They deserve it all. The water lurnished the city of Kaleigh is so baJ, being contamina ted with .sulphuric aoid, and the street lighting i so unatisfactory, that the qaeKiion of the municipal ownership of both the water works and the lighting plant is being seri ously discussed. It looks to us like it would be best tor all cities and towps to own their water works and electric plants. By being so owned ihey can be made to give better ser vice and more satistaction to the pnblic. ways from the city, lhe tract con tains 50 acres, aod will colt $5,000, . I L .11 w hut T .T. .7 -Tl .taVolld beavio.1 da,', wort of Ihe.r Uve. in a nice McAdamixed road trom the city to the Orpbaoage. The Com mittee as appointed at the last Meth odic Coefereoce will at on& go to work soliciting mooey with which to erect the buildings. The institu tion will not only be an Orphanage but a Home for the Aged Ministers, who have worn themselves out in the service of the Church, and tor the widows ot such ministers. The buildings to be erected will cost $50,000. lialeigh's, superintendent of health says the city is threatened with an epidemic of smallpox and urges compulsory vaccination. Rheumatism Cured. My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief, and I can recommend it as a splendid liniment for rheuuaa- tistn and other household use lor which we have found it valuable. W. J. Cuvler, Red Creek, N. Y. Mr Cuvler is one ot ibe leading merchants ot this village and ope of the most prominent men in this vi cinitv W. G. Phippin, Editor Keed. Creek Herald. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. ITIfyli tins- Joe. Friends of General Whfeler de clare that they have no oneasines as to'his tuture, as tie Preside&i will lake care of him. It is believed that at the. first opportnnitj Prest A Narrow Escapb. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, oi Groton, S. D., "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs, cough set in and final ly terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gavo me up saying I could live but a shoit time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined it I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. Kingvs New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial and took in all eight bottles. It has'ciired tne, and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottle tree at V. A. Hayes' Drug Store. Reg ular size 50c and $1.00 guaranteed or price rctuuded. Wilmington Messenger. Rev. "Father Noedham': of the Methodist E. Chutch, South, and ot Surry county, North Carolina, will be 100 years old on the 2Gth of May and he has accepted an invitation to preach the anuual sermon at the commencement ot lrmtty academy at Pilot Mountain on the date of his 100th anniversary. Since the above was pat in type Father Needham died Saturday morning, April 1st, at his home near Pilot Mountain. Ed. Observe!. J covering the interesting event that marked the day Alexander was roar ried. On that day, authenticated accounts tell us, no less than '20,202 men and women were made hus bands and wives. Alexander bad conquered Darios of Persia, and be ell that tms great achievement was important enoogb to be signalized in a conspicuous manner. Imagine the pride of a conqueror who de cides that it can be measured prop erly only by a wholesale giving and taking in marriage, ibo like ot which he world has never known, says the San Francisco Examiner. Alexander himself married Statira, the daughter of the conquered King, and decreed that 100 ot his chief offi cers should De united to 100 ladies trom the noblest Persian aod Median families. In addition to this, he stipulated that 10,000 ot his Greek soldiers should marry 10,000 Asiatic women. When everything was AetOed a yast pavilion was erected, tne pdlars ot which were six feet high. One hundred gorgeous chambers adjoin ed this for the hundred ooble bride grooms, while for the 10,000 an outer court was inclosed, ouisice of which tables were spread for the multitude. Each pair had seats, and ranged themselves in semicircles around the royal throne. Ot course, the priests could not marry this yast number of couples iu the ordinary way, so Alexander the Great de vised a very siroole ceremony. He gave bis hand to Statira and kissed her an example that all the Dnae grooms followed. This ended the ceremony. Theu followed the festival, which lasted five day 8. Boy "Papa, who was the farst weather prophet Papa "Ana- i . r cient" and a word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wise ? Those who know. The oft repealed experience of trustworthy persons may be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives belter satisfaction than any other in the market. He has been m lhe drug business at Elkton, Ky., lor twelvo years; has sold hundreds of bottles ot this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufac tured, which shows conclusively that Chamberlain's is the most satis factory to the people, and is the best For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Mobile Register, Dem.J In some parts of Alabama aotton picking ot ih crops of 1S93 is not yet ended. This is said to be the latest finish ot the crop ever kuown iu this Slate. Ti'iE Sure La Grippe Cure. There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady if you will only tret the right remedy. You are having pain all through your body your liver is out ot order, have no appetite, no lite or ambition, have a bad cold, id fact are completely used op. Electric Bitters are the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief. They act directly on your Liver, Stomach and Kid neys, tone op the whole system and make you feel like a new being They are guarateed to oute or price retunded. For sale at W. A. Hayes' Drug Store, only 50 cents per bottle Litaieign jxewB and UDserveKJ" The new machinery act makes a change in the manner of returning polls for taxation. Heretofore it haa been "white" and "colored." Hereatter the returns will be under the heads "White," "Indians," "Ne groes." The change was made at tbc request of the Croatan Indians who said they were not white peop'e and they were tired of being put down as negroes. The North Carolina Bar Aaso ciation will meet this year at More head City. July 5lh is the day and 9 p. m. the hour. "Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate tho world," said genius. The drnggist handed him a bottle of De Wilt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pi: Is. W. A. Hayes. The Univergtty of North Caro lina loses $10,000 by the decision of lhe Uniied States Supreme Court, week. Moft everybody thinks IbiSjj.,... MeKiiilrv will anooint General will be a good trait year. j Wheeler a Brigadier General .n lhe' Kock lrInK Item. tbv. Easter 1 Blessed Enter mihHa nm nf V. It v,. .i,c lu'surrfciioc pasi-ru, arm an secure themselves. to r. N. H. Sykes, in .eommnv . I brother, carried a hale Franklin Press : The ladies ot regular army aod allow him to retire j Graham last Friday co. Frar.klin and immediate suburbs, to after the lighting has ceased It is j M,R8 Ea Wynn, h. h the number ot over 40, signed a pe- itinn to the gentlemen named in the dispensary bill, praying them to re sign, the office of cofiimissionera or the dispensary, and not be instru mental in establishing one in town. Greensboro Telegram : A caretol - . .1 v . Known inai ucnctai uecirrucs'iirB, hilf k Qth a nosition. and it aupo:nled to e to tier home Sitimiav. lhe regular army aud alioed to re lire wtu'd sever hie countction with politics The debt of an Episcopal church canvass made by the officers reveal j fading, P has been li!ted by f. .Un.,n.) lhe aid ot a Hebrew, a Unitarian, a fteonle living in firoGn8boro have ! Iapi . ui.iu-.i v-uu. c . . r ---e been vaccinated. This makes this city almost totally immune from smallpox and no danger whatever is anticipated of a spread ot the disease. Winston Journal : A man from Yadkin counlv tells oa that lhe peaches at Craft's nursery in tbat county are not killed and that there will be a tuil crop this year. Many ot lhe trees that were thought to have een killed by the cold weather are all right and there will be plenty of truit this year. High Point Enterprise : At the High Point Roller Mills there in a block of wood about ten inches in diameter. In the center of this block was found a solid flint rock about as large as an orange. It is indeed a strange freak ot nature. There are no signs on the bark or anythiog of that kind. Durham Herald : . We notice a disposition on the part of some of the papers to devote much of their spaoe in speaking up for the re sources aod natural advantages ot North Carolina as a State, and they could not utilize it for a better pur pose. This is a sign ot and will help to bring prosperity. At Elizabeth City a warrant was issued for Mr. N. R. Zimmerman for tailing to be vaccinated. Before be ing arrested he went and got vac cinated At the trial before Mayor Wbitcomb the flue was omitted and the court oust of S2.35 was put on him. He refused to pay same and took an appeal to the higher court. Salisbury Sun : Hon. John S. bvierian aud a Lutheran. This sort ot religion i a good deal, better than that wh ch consigns to perdition all who don't belong to your church," observes the Atlanta Journal. 11 u in Facts. The ideal citizen is one who loves God first, next Lis fellow-men, and then his country, and who cor respondingly ha tec the devil and his works.. He believes that Cesar's things sheuld be rendered unto Csar. So be does not dodge his taxes, or evade his jury duty, or re linquish public a Hairs to the control ot the heeler and the machine. He believes that no man is fit to shaie in the government of the people who has not first learned self government 86 an individual. So his whole lite is quiet, orderly, sell controlled and in thorough obedience to the laws He believes that while all days be long to God, some should be es pecially hallowed ; and while he re members the Sabbath day to keep it holy, he does not forget to keep the election day holy also. W. H. NEWMAN. Tr-rr.-( 0 0 l ; r?..: it H nan, irom res- r . t well Institute, is vi.inP. V, - t Miss W.ilie Hall U r friends here w ho are 1 l0 w'7 ber with tbern. ' Mine Agres Hod-e, 0? I,-e;v. wuw iim wciu pj VUililig q j with the family ot Mr. II. c son, returned to her iu me TIT t . vv e nope tnat hhe ciiiov,i and lhat she will come aain alier C-rawtord a stu.it-r v TT hi varm ilv e. ..... I" bis parents Mis Clara. Workman ru , Cora McBane, ot Swi-s..r.i Pi Vt. ted relatives and tr;ttijs neighborhood last week. Several ot our voting -yopt i;. tended a picnic oa CnwLrd 9 TOCB tain Monday. The many friends of M'im Mir Andrews will be sorry to !arn iiv she is suff-ring right much cancer on her lace Cane Creek Sunday Schorl ce brated Easter by giving an pxcti lent entertainment Sun. lav rich The music was rendernl ry rirtiv, and a solo by Mss Lizzie was sung with a nuludiois (c which made it very athxvive. Ai other nice feature of the eruer.a s ment was a recitation hy Mavn Cates. He spoke with nuh cctrgj and enthusiasm lhat I e aimo csj tured the audience The n ient;. ment was quite a f ucc ar l ibe audience eeemed to enj y it Kerf thing was so still while the eierr were going on. HEX tLDfSlhlDlnl(S affirming the decision of the Sn-j me'tns ot which they intend to trans preme Conrt of North Carolina in j nut power to Salisbury, Concord, the Wilkesboro bond case It beld j Charlotte and other adjaoent points. that amount of Stanly county bonds. ; Work on the plant is to begin ira Constant coughing is not only very annoying, but the continuous hacking and irritation will soon attack and in jure the delicate lining of the throat and air passages. A simple cough is bad enough ; but a chronic cough is Hannrprnna TjiIta nAxrinn And Henderson tells us that engineers use the celebrated Dr. Bull's Cough bave been at work tor awhile sur- j Syrup at once and be cared. veying the Yadkin river in the neighborhood ot the Narroars for the great electric power plant of Mr. Hambley and his associates, by fail Suras a u At this reason of the year when pneumouia, la grippe, soro throat, coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "is a fine substitute," will 1 auswer lhe purpose,'1 or is "just as eood"as One Minute Cough Cure. That is lhe one infallible remedy tor all lung, throat or bron chial troubles. lneiht vigorously upon havii g it if "something else"' is offered you. W. A. Hayes. Citizens of the United Slates re siding at Che Foo, China, have is sued an appeal for aid for 6uflerers trom the Yellow river floods. It is claimed lhat L',000,000 people are starviutf Buck lex's Aknica Salve. The best Salve in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aod positively cures iMes or no' pay required. It is guaranteed to give pertect satisfac tion or tnouey re.'unded. Price '25 j Eggs, per dozen, 10 cts cuius per oox. Jforsale Dy W. A Hayes, Druggist. For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, eczema, skin disease, and es pecially Piles, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit it. It's their endorsement ot a good article. Worthless goods are not imitated. GetDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. W. A. Hayes. Foxy XTrexi. "So you want to marry Fred, do you ?'' said lhe lather. "Yes, papa," replied the daughter, with her arms about his neck. "And go away and leave me all alone ?'? . "Why, no, papal I !:now Fred will be willing lo leave mamma with you P Youkers Statesman. LUKtS WHIRL AIL ELSE FAH5L i Cough Syrap. Tastes Good. Use in time. na or druedst. Wekkly Hillsboro Mauket Re port. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., 75 cts. Corn, per bushel ot 56 lbs.. 40 cts. Oats, per bushel ot 32 lbs., 35 cts. Meal, per bushel ot 46 lbs., 55 to 60 cts. Pork, 5 to 6 cts per pound. Bacon hog round 7 to 10 cts. Flour, per barrel, $4 00 to $6 00. Tallow, per pound, 4 to - cl6. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 15 to 20 cts. p-Longcviiy in Texas : Visitor "To what do you ascribe your ex treme age V Octogenarian" Wal, I ueer siole a hoss, 6hot a neigh bor's dog, or called a man a liar." Puck. Bears the Kr.d Yoj Have Always Bcigfct Peas, per bushel, 65 to 75 cts. beans, per bushel, 75 cts. to $1.00. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. Chickens, each, 10 to 25 cts. FeathersLive Geese 40 cts. per pound. Wool washed 18 to 25 cts. per poand. Unwashed Wool, 10 cts. per pound. Burry Wool, 5 cts. per pound. Coffee, 10 to 20 cts. per pound. Sugar, 6 cts. per pound. All kinds ot country produce in good demand. It you have a congh, throat irri tation, weak lungs, pain in the chest, difficult breathing, croup or hoarse- 3oug hUoireT " Always reliable an d sate. W. A. Hayes. The North Carolina Teachers' Assembly will meet this year, June 13th to 18th. The programme is now being prepared for a most in teresting meeting, aud indications point to the largest attendance in years. The place of meeting will soon be announced. For a quick remedy and one that is perfectly safe for children let us recommend One Minute Cough Cure. It is excellent tor croup, hoarseness, tickling in the throat and longs. W A. Hayes. ''There is a woman in Oklahoma who has twenty-two children." "lhat would be a job for some of the applicants for census positions to tackle." "How so?" "They couldn't count that tar." Cleveland Plain Dealer. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo , conduc tor on electric street car line, writes that his little daughter was very low wilh croup, and her lite saved after all physicians had failed, only by osine One Minute Cough Cure. W. A. Hayes. Isaac H. Smith, the colored member ot the House in the State Legislature, has been suspended trom the Masonic lodge at Newbern for 99 years because he voted to erase Jim Young's name off lhe cor ner sione ot the Deat and Dumb Asylum. mediately ibhed. atter the survey is fie- -iTw-vw-rtiiiBg where ten formerly died lrora oroup. People have learned the value of One Minute Cough Core and use it for severe lung and throat troubles. It immendiately stops oooghing. It never fails. W A. Hayes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. QUAKA1NT11NE T A MEETING OF THE TOWN ' to fell the real estate belonging to the I neirs oi rressiy Kiiey, nucetised, to I make assets to pay thj debts and costs Cures a Cough or Cold at once. Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors recommend it. Price as cts. At all druggists. TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Superior Court, Mavch 9, 1899. A. A, Murdock, Administrator ot Press ly Riley, deceased, Against Evans T. Rilcj' and others, heirs-at-law ot Pressly Riley, deceased. NOTICE. To Mesia CIcudennen : You will take notice thnt a special proceeding entitled as above lias been commenced in the Superior Court of Orange County before the Clerk there of for the purpose of obtaining an order Hank With All llaiuU. Fiom 40 to 50 Lives Lost on a !,. sitsippi Steamer. St. Louits Mo.. March 'M -A special to the Republic luin New Madrid, Mo, say : The steamer llowma L-o, wi.h about Ul pass njert hU'.ji.I. luK.ie her crew, exploded her bw! :r oiu site Tyler, Mo., about I o'clock l.t afternoon, and anmeilnuly ai'i with ail on board excvi't Caj ; (ica. Carvell and one ot llie.cuw. Btfote the discovery oi O't Minute Cough Cutv, mu.is.urt. c? grea'ly distui bed by c Muii'ii nc jjrt "atioiis. No excu.-e tr it l.ut. ."A. Haves ITUtANK NASII, Attouni;v-at-L.v w, Hillsboro, X. C. Dr. Slrihi-.vkil Ofliee next door to office, near the botel. A. W. UR.tllAM, Ttio Retort Courteous. Farmer (io young ihief) What are you doing under the trees with that apple ? Bright Boy I was just going to climb op the tree to put back this apple, which, I see, has fallen down. Pitlsburg Bulletin. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Ouanoe County, j Superior Court, Feb. 25, 1899. A. L. Ilolden, Administrator of Marr Ellen C.'Riley, Against John P. Lockhart and others. Notice ot Summons and Petition to Make Real Estate Assets. To Clarence H. Hill : You are commanden to appear at mv olliee of Clerk ot tbe Superior Court of Orange County on April 8th, 1S99. and show cause why the. petition rtl-l to sell the interest of Marv E. C. Riley in a tract ot land on Hillsboro and Oxford road, adjoining lands ot John P. Iek hart, Samuel Pool and others, contain ing 24 Acres, should not be allowed. My hand and seal of said Superior Court, this February 25. D. H. HAMILTON. Clerk Superior Court. A Commissioners of Hillsboro held on I of administration of said estate ; and rPL. , OA ,0ftn i you win lurther take notice that vou Thursday night, March 30, 1899, are hereby required to appear at tbe the town ordinanoe declaring the ?ce. ?hc Flerk ?J,t,H Sllerior Court ; of said County, at Hillsboro, N. C, on town of Hillsboro under quarantine i the 22nd day of April, 1S99, and answer i or demur to the complaint in said spe against th towns of Burlington, j cial proceeding f or the phintifl will ap- rKm TTo T?i, QnA .h. ... : Ply to the Court tor the relief demand- of Alamance, was rescinded. This 31st day ot March, 1899. J.T.SHAW, Mayor of Hillsboro. cd in said complaint. D. 11. HAMILTON, Clerk superior Court Orange County. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having this day qualified ts adminis trator, with tbe will annexed, upon the estate of Calvin E. Parish, deceased, I hereby notify all persons indebted to T . . i T!-t.- . rt j cam vcmic IiT lilt; nrtULIC. a t "' ti-"". ..... ; fuivilltr I'laimc ny!iincr cii.l oa!nt trx IJriolc lor Hfilc . . :v.2 i i . . i i jcimmis iMiioj; lo uuv, hi uic ucwv ; n.m .1 1 ; ,. . ,.,,. ,, . . 1 , within iiicui iu uie iniiif k lru buildtng in Hillsboro Ibe bnckj have . .rIv authenticated on or bo fore the 27 1, been cleaned and are in good condmon, ( - of Ma h ,m Qr h, , ann 1 am seinnir tnem at do cts rowtus hp lAoail lr, Hur f, ... .nrif u. 1 1 PCI UUIIU1CU. Attohnkv-at Law. Ox lord, X. c. Will praetke iu lhe Couif- ..i hw.y Person. Iurh;uu and t ran i 1 i the Supreme Court. Hit s. M- AT I IS, Attounkv-at-La w, Hillsboro, X. C. Praetires in .State and K"' Prompt attention to all !m-I cial attention to Probate ! l'A 1:1. . JOHN W. OKAHAM. QRA1IAM A'GIUHAM. .t. !,. Attornf.ys-at-La W, Hillsboro. X. C. , Practice In the Count of Al 'U-""' Caswell. Dm ham, Cranviile. I'ts and Orange. Call on 3. L. WHITTED, Merchant. Taluable farm for sale. A valuable farm, 2 miles northwest of Hillsboro, containing 116 acres, all necessary outhouses, farm buildings, &c, well watered and timbered, will be sold on reasonable, terms. For full particulars apply to C. R. PARISH, Hillsboro, N, C. M PORTA NT NOTICE. overy. ihis 2th day of March. 1S99. ' C. U. PAK1SH, Administrat zt with will annexed. War I IV ot Ovf Yet. THE UNION' MERCANTILE CO. has Ibis date, February 11. eo-one rated with a. L. Whitted, the colored merchant, at the same old stand where he ha? been doing business at Hillsboro, and where he will con tinue to do business in the name ot the new Company. The indebtedness of S. L. Wbitd will be settled bv the Com pany. We expect to earry a full line ot General Merchandise of all kinds, and we trust you will kindly remember us and give us a chance to secure a portion of your trade. We will It-el highly complimented it you will call at our store or send yonr ordeistous by your children, and we will give to -pMJWARD L. COOI.KY. Notary Public and Jt siici r th I'KAf.E, All persons holding Claims, Notes or Scrip, against the County ot Or ange, are requested to file the amounts with John Laws, Clerk of I you and them our closest personal at- tho Board, on or before Monday the 1st day ot May, 1899. By order of the Board : W. A. MADDRY, ChnTn Board Co. Coram' re. Hilboro. X. C. Ofliee at Cooley' Fwrritur Room. Hours 'J a. id. to U in to 4 p. tri. JR. J. S. SPURGEON, PKTIT, Hilhboro.'X C VfTOffir on Cburton E. Jone"ftore. -pKIVATE BOARD. 1 am now better prepared than erer to acccommodate boarders by the day, week or month. HENRY RICHARDS. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you cat.' attention with the best of bargains. We 1 - "Z,u will not consume time and spac3 iu i A D31IN1STR ATOP. -t 1 specifying the diflVrent articles we will carrj.butask you to give us a liberal i Having qualified a A . share oi your patronage, and we wilt iloj upon the e-t.ite of Mi- ' - f "f our best to give satisfaction. So loarl j deceased. I !ierby ncti'y ' nourselves with all kinds of trodui e ' indebted to sai l e-Tif- and a little money and tome to the olO j diate payment to n , stand and get what you- need at low' having claims again1! !; prices, ne ate yours aineerely, UNION MERCANTILE CO., Hillsboro, N. C. OR RENT OR SALE. t . - . . . . L . . . . . . . t . r . ; prw-fui uif'Ui io hit ' - t erlv authenticated 'U "' ," '' '' 'day of Mar., or tb ' i lK T)l-jid in hr ai their re lhe John Cheek house and lot in Hillsboro. Apply to I Jesse w. cole. Hillsboro. N. C. it :, t-j.i. lv.r . A. Jtj;l'A; Kodol Dyspepsia Cute "Digests what you '