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K A SO K COUNTY OBSERVER.
HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY, Dec. 21. 1890. Published Every Thursday. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. NO PAPER NEXT WEEK. The Oranoe County Observer will not be published next week. It has been onr custom since the paper was established in April, 1878, near ly 22 years ago. to sooend one week at Christmas, and we will not de part from it this year. For oar readers, one and all, delinqnent sub scribers and the balance of mankind, we wish a pleasant and happy holi day sesson and a proeperoos New Year. The Boers eera to be making it hot tor the British. Buller has been whipped, losing ten guns. The Republican National Conven tion will be held at Philadelphia on Tuesday, June 19, 1900. General Brooke has been retired and General Wood has been ap pointed military Governor of Cuba Gen. Otis reports that the Filipino insurgents are at the end of their re sources. -Aguinaldo has abandoned his troops and is biding in the prov ince of Bauqoet. The Southern Railroad has issued an order in South Carolina that all employes must stop uing cigarettes, and in future no one will be em ployed who uses cigarettes. 1 T7. S. SENATOR. The following resolutiou, offered by Paul B. Means, was unanimously adopted by the State Democratic Executive Committee at Raleigh on Monday, Dec Hth : Just Saved His Life. It was a thrilling escape that Charles Davis of Bwerton, O., lately had Irnm a frightful death. For two years a severe lung trouble constantly grew worse until it seem ed he must die of Consumption. Then he began to use Dr. King's New Discovery and lately wrote : ' It gave iHtant relief and effected a f erra ii-ent cure " Sub wonderful urn hae fr Wh years, proven its j-'vir t. our all Throat, Cheat and L'nig tr-'iibles. Price 50o and $1. Kvhv l ule guaranteed. Trial bot lre' a' VV A Have-1 drug store. REPORT OF D. II. HAMILTON, f OF ORANGE COUNTY. Com- To the Chairman ot the Board oi missrioners of orange County : In accordance with Chapter fcSO oi onaay, uec. uuj . r.ujthe Laws of North Carolina, Acli ol Reolved, That the question oltDe ls9l guomit tne Allowing report : mkll SrSl ANK NASH, selection of a candidate for United States Seoator be referred to the people in the call ot the next State Democratic Convention for such ac tion as that Convention may deem best." There was hearty and complete support of the idea of the selection of the Senator by the people. As a cure for rheumatism Cham berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide reputation. D. B. Johnston ot Richmond, Ind., has been troubled with that ailment since 1862. In speaking of it he says: "I never foand anything that would relieve me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My foot was swollen and paining me very moch, but one good appli cation of Pain Balm relieved me." For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Wilmington Messenger. Thtsre is but one in ten of the or phans in North Carolina now cared for by the four or five homes. The Episcopal, the Presbyterian, and the Baptist denominations have Wb an orpban asylum, and the Melbdits are moving to build one. Others are needed. The mother of all, the one it Oxford, is ooder the special care of the Masonic fraternity aided liberally by the State. There has been complaint as to its manage ment, as of one other benevolent in stitution, and if well grounded the trustees of each should see to it that the cause is remedied. Raleigh News-Observer The site f-r what will be one of the largest c tton mills in the State U now heitii surveyed at what is known an Smiley VtalU, a magnifi cent water power on the Cape Fear rier about fmr miles from Dunn, in Harnett county. Here it is pro posed to erect a mill that will cost be ween a half million and a million dollar, to be operated entirely by water power, A Sure Cure for Croup. Twenty-Five Yeats' Constant Use Without a Failure. lhe tirst indication ot croup is hoarseness, and in a child subject to 4 a . t that disease it may he lakeu as a sure sign ot the approach of an at tack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Cham burlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon. as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croopy cough ap pears, it will prevent the allaok. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disap points the anxious mothers. We have yet to larn of a single instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can show such a record twenty five years' constant use without a failure. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kid ney troubles as well as women, and all feel the remits in loss of appe tite,, poison in the blood, backache, nervousness, beadacho and tired, listless, ruo down feeling But there's no need to feel like that. J W. Gardner, of Idaville, Ind., says : "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a into when he don't care whether be lives or dies. It gave me new strength and good appetite. I can now eat anything and have a good appetite I can now eat any thing and bae a new lease on life." Only 50 cents, at W. A. Hayes' drog store. Every bottle guaranteed. Mrs. Lonise Holt, widow of the late Gov. 1 nomas M. Holt, died at the residence of her sister, Mrs Jas. II Holt, at Burlington, on Saturday night, Deo. 7th. Her death wan very sudden, as she was only sick a few moments before her death. Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Missouri, saved his child's lite by One Miuute Cough Care Doctors bad given her up to die with croup. It's an infallible cure tor coughs, colds, . grippe, pneumonia, bronuiutis ana throat and lung troubles. Relieves at once. W. A Hayes Greensboro Telegram News was received in Greensboro this morning that Mrs W. E. Mc Nairy who resides in the county be yond the terra cotta works, died lat night of smallpox. This is the first death trom the disease in this part ot the State. It takes but a minute to over oome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough by the use of One Min ute Cough Cure. This remedy quickly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles. Harmless and pleas ant to take. It prevents consump tion. A famous specific for grippe and its after effects. W. A. Hayes. Mr. Sam Stritberman. of Mont gomery county, has just sold the round pino limber on 1,800 acres of land near Troy to a lumber firm for $36,000 in cash. The title to the laud rem&ins in the possession of Mr. Smuherman. Wilmington Star. In the country aroond Ching King, China, the people work their geee. They make gold miners of tbem- It i said that there is a good deal of gold in the valley near the city, and the people turn flocss ot geese to pasture there When they feel pretty heavy they kill them and shake the gold out of them. You can buy a dressed goose for about lf cent hat you couldn't buy a live one for 84 50. h: Beat Coach Syrup. Tti Good. Vm I , IS In time. Sold bj dranWU. I "I was nearly dead with dys pepsia, tried doctors, visited mineral sp-iugs, and grew worse. I used IvhIoI Dyspepsia Cure. That cured me." It d ileitis what you eat. Cores indigestion, sour stomach, heart bum and all forms ot dyspepsia. W. A Hayes Tarhoro is soon to have a silk mill. Mashinery ie being placed in the new cotton mills the Tarboro and ihe Fountain o BtTt the Bigxatnw cf .Ihe Rird You Haw Always Bcogtt jm Mro T5U nave mways I 2 00 The following amounts are sue shown by. Bill Book : f ; (Continued from last week) State vs Edwards & Edwards Due Solicitor State vs Edwards & Edwards Due Solicitor G Woods C Allen " W R Lloyd R L Brockwell State vs Edwards & Edwards Due Solicitor as mmm Attokket-at-Law, Hillsboro, N. C. Office next door to Dr. Strudwi, k office, near the hotel. 2 00 1 75 65 65 6? MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE APPEARED AT FIRST AS State vs Morrow & Wilson Due State vs Cothran Due Deputy Crabtree Sheriff Mms State vs li Mitchell Due State vs T Wade Due State vs Suit Due A S Barbee State vs Jones &,Tuck Due County Treasurer u AS Barbee State vs Snipes Due W II Sparrow M John Bynum Ned htrayhom " Will Weaver 00 40 20 i ea 2 30 '3 3C 2 30 State vs Turrentlne Due B F Mebane 120 u A A Smith 30 " Wm StlHin 70 State vs B Jones Due A S Barbee 1 60 " MA McCauley ' . , 65 Joel McDade 3 30. J f Pickard 1 10 j State vs Wlnningham Due A S Barbee 1 80 State vs Farrlngton j Due A S Barbee 1 30 1 " J F Fowler 8 20 j Shumaker vs Shumaker Due W O Strayhorn 1 00 Brown and others Due John Laws . ; 10 Scarlet vs Douglas et al Due John Laws ' 1 8; Jones vs Booth et al Due W H W bitted 2 0: Joseph VV I'lekrtt 2 " James Mnith 2 State vs C Thompson Due 6 r State Wilkerson dt Johnson Due 9 ' 13 5 i07 35 Amounts due on Judgment Docket : F Hall vs E Turner $ 2 05 Tapp vs Tapp Due 23 75 Woods vs McDade Due A M Woods 60 Lloyd vs Svkes Due Sheriff Cook 60 Merritt vs Woods Due Morris King 30 No-wood vs Crawford Due J T Cates 3 00 Categ vs Cates DueJ H Watson 1 95 Wood 8 vs McDade et al Due F R Warren 90 Clerk's Office vs Bell ct al Due R II Hayes - 2 40 Lawson vs Gillis Due 5 76 Venable vs Morehead Due W B Wray 3 00 Ray vs Andrews Due F D Markham 30 " WF Redding 30 u R T Kernodle 30 The greatest can should bt fflven to any little sore, pimple or scratch which hows no disposition to heal under ordin ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these will develop into Cancer of the wornt type. So many people die from Cancer simply be MERF PIMP! K c116 they do not know just what the diseaee ie; lilLnL riliirLLOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, ana are forced to submit to a cruel and daneerous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease promptly returns, however, and is even more violent and destructive than before. Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it. The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Wm Walpole, of Walshtown, 8. D , says: 'A little blotch about the size of a pea came under my left eye gradually growing larger, from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions. 1 became greatly sXarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer, and advised that it be cut out, but this I could not eon-. sent to. I read in my local paper of a cure effected by : B 8. S.. and decided to try it. . It acted like a charm, the Cancer becoming at first irritated, and then discharging i very freely. This gradually grew less and then discon- j tinned altogether, leaving a small scab which soon drop ped off. and now only a healthy little sear remains where what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway." positively tne oniy cure xor uancer is owirt s specific O. O. O. FOR THE BLOOD because it is the only remedy which ea ro deep enoush to reach the root of the disease and force it out of the system permanently. A surgical operation ! doesjnot reach the blood the real seat or the disease because the blood can not be cut away. Insist upon 8. 8. S. ; nothing can take its place. 8. B. S. cures also any case of Scrofula. Eczema, Rheumatism. Contagieus Aloof Poison, Ulcers, Sores, or any other form of blood disease. Valuable books oa Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to a7 address by Owlft Bpeciflo Company, Atlanta, Georgia. W. GRrtllAM, Attorney-at Law, Oxford, N. C. Will practice in the Court of Orange Person. Dnrlmm and Granville. andic the Supreme Court. T20 on ! 4 oo 4. rf ;2.65 v f j x g M. GATl'IS. Attorney-at-I.aw. Hillsboro, X. C. Practices in State and Federal Tourt Prompt attention to all ttiine.. .spe. eial attention to Probate buine$s. JOHN W. GRAHAM. PAUL (J. UKAllAM RAHAM & GRAUAM. G Attorn kvs-at-Law. Hillsboro. N'. C. Pnetiee In the Counties of Alamance, ('nswell. Durham. i ran ville..' Person' and Orange. gJDWARD L. COOLEY, Undertaker and Kmbalmer. f Coffins, Burial Cases nnd ( askew. ! Burial Robes lor ladl and gentlemen. Coffin and Caket Hardware and l.lu injfs in all S vies or Prices, Wholesale . or Ret il. Or ers rHlel ami delivered promptly at any time, day or uiht. i Wekkly Hillsboro Market Ke pobt. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., to so ots. Corn, per bushel ot 56 lbs., 50 ots, Oats, per bushel ol 32 lbs.. 40 cts. Meal, per bushel ot 46 lbs., 50 to 60 ots. Pork, 5 to 6 cts per pound. ocou hog rouud 7 to 10 cts. Flour, per barrel, $4 .00 to 15.00. Tallow, pei pound. 4 to - cU. Beeswax, per pound, 20 ots. Butter, par pound. 15 to 20 eta. Kica, per dozen. 17 1-2 ets. Peas, per bushel, 65 to 75 cts. Beans, per bushel. $1.25 Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound Chickens, each, 10 to 25 ots. Feathers Live Geeae 10 ots. per pound. Wool washed 18 to 25 eta. per pound. Unwashed Wool, 10 cU. per pound. Burry Wool, 5 ots per pound. Coffee, 10 to 15 cts. per pound. Sugar, 5 to 6 1 2 ots per pound All kinds ot country produce to good deuaod. -De Witt's Little Early tiisers purify the blood, clean the liver, in vigorate the system. Famous little pills for oonstipation and liver troub les. W. A Hayes. Mutually Careful : "Bobby, yoo mustn't play with that little Dicky Jones ; he isn't a good boy." "All right, ma. I can't play with him anyway ; that's what his mother told bim about me." Pook. J. B. Clark, Peoria, 'III.,- says, "Surgeons wanted to operate on me tor pies, hut I cured them with De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve" It is nfalltble tor piles and skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. W. A. Hayes. At the reoent session of the North Carolina Conference at Wash ington the idea of a home for aged preachers in connection with the Methodist Orphanage at Raleigh was eliminated. It will be a home for orphans alona ;; Miss Anoie E. Gunning, Tyre, Miobigan, says: "I suffered a long time !rom dyspepsia ; lost flesh and became very weak. Kodol Dys pepsia Core completely cured me " It digests what yoo eat and cbfes all forms ot stomach trouble It never fails to give immediate relisf. m the worst cases. W. A. Haves. The Georgia Legislature ' wants Congress to pss a law by which that State can prevent the im porta tioo ot cigarettes into Us borders r x. t - Yi nn oj Mothers, when your children are at tacked by the dreadful croup, yon need not despair: Dr. John W. Boll's Cough Syrup will relieve and cure this disease at once. Toucan always depend on this marvelous remedy; it never fails to cure. For whooping cough and measle-cough it is the best remedy in the land. Children like it. tasfia tail &P!S Chill Tonic Is Tostelesa and QuorantMd tm Cur Chills and Fsver sad all Dalarlal Troubles. Doei Not Coataia Qaiaiae Nor Other Poison. Does Not Injure the Stomach Nor Effect the Hearing. W. A. If cLsrty Bon, Dime Box, Tex., ssy: "Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic is the best we have otot handled. My son prescribes it in his practice, and lay it is the only Chill Tonie which a child can take without injury to the stomach." Price 50c. BROWN MFG. CO., Prop'rs, Greenerille, Tenn. D K. J. S. SIMTKCSKON. Dkntist. Hillsboro. ( . T'Offl-1 on ("'burton ftru'o. vfi a & Uedfjpeth's Furniture Sfire S. -RAPPOKr FOR SALE BY VV. A. HAYES. "THE IS JEST IS THK CHEAPEST." THE WHEELER & WILSON is the leading Machine on the market. It is the only Machine that has a perfect set ot attachments. It ha9 a Tucker that will give satisfaction." The same may be truthfully said in regard to the balance ot the attachments. But we call special attention to the tact that the Tucker is the best that ever was made. We have a large lot of second-band machines Domestic, Household, Standard and other makes in good order price 810.00 to 830.00. Time allowed to good parties. If you waot a Machiue aod can pay tor it, write me stating price yoo wish to pay and I will satisfy yoo. We don't keep any NEW'machines except Wheeler & Wilson No. y. Yours for Business, JIM HAYES. With Oneida Store, Graham, N. O. it McCaulev & Lloyd ?s Williams Due Jiio T Cates 30 " DC Mangum 25 Williams vs Sykes Due W P Kiley 1 SO King vs Hart Due W H Sparrow CO Browning vs 3 tray horn Due A A Murdock 60 J F Hai ward 1 20 J McCauley 1 70 Jame Rhodes 1 80 S Jones 1 90 " 1 W Shields 2 00 Watkins vs Albizetts Due CSCof Durham 45 Warren vs Phelps et al Due 170 80 Warren vs Phelps et al Due 261 60 Andrews vs Andrews Due Sheriff Kernodle 30 l W II Sparrow 90 " Junius Parker 3 00 "AS Barbee 3 00 Thompson vs Thompson Due A A Murdook w C C Smith 1 50 " E L Cooley 1 10 Geer v? Brown Due J T Cates , 1 20 JH Murrav 1 60 Thompson vs Lloyd Due D M Sykes iu Lynch vs Hall, Adm'r Due W N Tate 3 40 - J Mc Broom 3 40 Tom Lynch 130 00 N C R K vs Webb & Morrow Due B Cameron 50 NCRK 2 So Williams & William, Ex'rs vs Warren Due Sheriff Donoboe CO W U Holloway N P 50 Will cure Croup without fail. Dos?s arc maQ and pleasant to take Doctors rcoosuacad it Price 23 cts. At all druggist $050 76 Amounts due on Equity Partition : Hughes & others vs Ector and others Due Col well Hughes $ 19 60! Rav and wife vs Watson and others Due 4 25 Estate ot Harriet Laws Due R W Laws 14 22 Estate ol W Laws Due Sarah Kobesoa 52 Estate of H J Thompson Due Cornelia !each 6 33 C P Stroud's estate Due Eugene Stroud 9 62 - A meek Stroud 9 63 S M Cates. Adm'r vs L Cates et al Due Lizzie Cates 59 El wood Cates 59 Heirs of James Cates 4 IS Shanklin vs Scott et at Due Martha Shanklln 9 58 Minnie Shanklin 9 59 Phillips. Ex'r ot Gray Barbee Due Sarah sparrow 4 92 - G Bar bee's htire 4 92 - P Barbf-e'a heirs 4 92 A Morgan's heirs 4 92 L W Hall's estate Due Fannie Hall 11 U M E Wilkerson's estate Due Joe Wilkwm 7 42 " Eli Wilkerson 7 42 Heirs of Jas Wilkerson 7 42 4 John Wilkerson 7 42 Tapp, Adm'r of Dunnegnn Due heirs of W m Dunnegan 2 57 N Hester's estate Due Sally Stadler 3 23 W Hester 3 2 " E S Hester 3 23 ' M Wells ' 3 22 Hart, Adm'r of Squires Due heirs ot Sally Thompson 4 68 " JP Tate 2 07 M Thompson 2 08 Heirs ot W Kay . 2 48 Martha Smith 83 James Kay . S2 Katv Clark .82 Byrd, Ex'r of Wm Ward , Due Mittie Ward 8 36 Strain, Adm'r of Hastings Due Julia Pearsou 1101 L Cole. Ex'r of A Cole Due heirs of W m Coie 93 49 EStrayborn 31 17 T Cole's estate Due heirs of E Strayhorn 4 55 Forrest, Adm'r M McCauley Due heirs ot Jas McCauley 65 55 Canada estate Due L Canada 08 - S Canada 5 00 L Lynch's estate Due heirs ot Geo Lyno h 3 00 Jos Browu's es.ate Due heirs ol Charles Brown 1 20 Heirs of E Gates 60 D Nichols' estate Due heirs of F James 53 James laws' estate - Due M A Laws 97 - JJ Laws 97 w E Laws 97 B Laws 97 " JLf awe 97 P Walker's estate Due Thomas Walker 4 56 Adams estate Due S Canada 1 65 L Canada 1 6ti (Continued next week.) iiie Durham Eye speu, irT ' xaminaf ion free. Best f rH.T Mt-f Offire Wright building, Durham. V SOUTHERN RAILWAY; THK STANDARD RAILWAY OF THK SOUTH, The Direct Line to All Pointa. TEXAS, CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, CUBA AND PORTO RICO. Strictly fiet-class eqnipment oc all Throngh and Local Trains; Poll man Palace Sleeping Cara on al! Night Trains ; Fat and Safe Sched ulen. Travel by the Southern and yoc are asfmred a Sate, Comlortable aoc Expeditious Journey. Apply to Ticket Agents fo' Time Tables, Rates and General Inform tion, ot address R. L. Vernon, F. R. Darbt, T. P A , CP AT. A., Charlotte, N. C. A-hevllle, N. C. No Trouble to Answer Questions, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. . Having this day qualified 1? adminis trator, with the will annexed, upou the estate of Maiy and Annie Andrews, I hereby notify all persons indebted to said estate to pay the same, and those having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned prop erly authenticated on or before the 6th day of Nov., '900. or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. This 6th day of Nov- 1899. J. W. DOD5UN, Administrator with will annexed. "ALUABLE FARM FOR SALE A valuable farm, 2 miles northwest ot Hillsboro. containing 116 acres, al, necessary outhouses, farm buildingsl &c., well watered and timbered, will be sold on reasonable terms. For full particulars apply to C. R. PARISH. FRANK S. GANNON, 3d V. P & Gen. Mao. J. M CULP Trat. Mao. W A TURK, G. P. A. Wanhinton, X. O. Byspepsia Curo Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature Id strengthening and recon itructing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest dlifcovereddlgetV ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it In efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cares Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sick Headache,Gastralgla,Cramps;and ill other results of impenectaiKcs"--Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co CpieM1 W. A. HAYES fpHERE ARE OTUEIW. BUT FOUTZS HORSE and CAlTLE POWDERS s the best ! It is a Vitajizer and Tonic. It put Horses in good condition. It makes Cows give more mi.k. It make Hoy fatten i.nd iu es Ume. It U a cure and preventive pi w" which are common to domestic antra" Senl for History 01 the Horse mauw free uton application. DAVID C. FUUTZ HBO. Baltimo'' A. D. Box 102. -For ale at Hillsboro by T7, A. Hay Droggiit.