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Fi t.. 2. isyi. r. ' 'I'l Ml It' VM "l V ' ' 'v. lfM CCCIIIdVilCB 1.11 911 ! ICll "-; Sunday School in Orange county to ' one - meet in Chap I Hill, Saturday, The j . r .ViT.S OK APVKKTISINU j f U ;U ho liveried Ir ; i ..,..- . i-it ii. eh) for tie-nri j k',:' :: . , .... i . i.J-tr-.i-Ii -ui--itim iuf fr ,vv"riUi;.g tor and : tV lU-ldc at tl' nlllre iiWuvkk;' r by eo r respond - 'r-obituarv Notices Tributes of Rt C f'inU tfommf.:nhitioii ot Can ? "... . l.i..,,..,, of Thanks, Ac. will ir tor regular a. vetise- t. hut n!v t f rate when paid ? . . , . . . ! - . ! ii . Rlli' V III ..'!' TIMK TABLE NO. 2. IS EFFIXT, JAX. 4, 1891. ' at Hillnhnro 5 52 p. mv Xo. 10, mail, t?"'n Ka-tj! !lil!nboro at 12 03 p. ru. vfs No. l, throngh freight,! SnutTH,) poing West, arrives atj lHr at 4M0 a. in. ! lin No. 12, through freight, eferi,) cing Kasti arrives at Lhor at 3 15 a. m. Um No. C:. local freicht. couti i (tiaftsiMigerH between Greens- nrxi Silin,) arrives at IIiIIh at l.i'J p. u. if ir. I 1 j. . ' ;nn o. o-, iucii ireiyui, g"iu (pa-engern between Selma Greennboro,) arrives at Hills at 0 5r a. m. J. G COOLE V, Agent. Facts ni)cak louder than words. iiotm Liver Iiegulalr will al- ciiro. I'lie Board of County Lommis rs will meet in regular pension Monday. Mr Murgarel Dicknon, nife of lJii kHnri, lornutrly of Orange, in Ameriuiift, Ga , January 1 1th, Sfe notice of propo-a' invited he erection and building of a ! 1 r lurther iiarticulars ar o Bev. .Ion. W. Murphy. The Young Men's Ghrisiian cuMon will meet next iuonauy t, March 2nd, at 7 12 oYIock. r y member shouhl be present. f An elejjant lino of 5 and 10 Ct ls just received at 11. L. Pariwirs fc. Cull and make your seleo- 'I . 1 S 4 at once ani secure goou nar A Urge lot of Srhool SuppbeM reeeiveil at the B 'ok Store. Wf a l'i)ni.0! liou IJooi., tbn hk I, n'h va never bef ml sold at ll Every Kclidar in Orange Ity should have ijo A friend writing to tin fr-tn lie's 'Mid. aas : "Ple.ne an rce m vour iaur that rannie is aged 5 years ai d 5 months' VnuiigeKt child ot.the late 1). V. Xichinond. died Feb. 10th. at 0 Vclock p. m." Hie Methotlist Church throuuh lie connection will celebrate the euuial Anniversarv at John ty'n death on Sunday, March Services will be hold in the u"i8t church at ths jdace on lay at 11 o'clock, a. m., bv th? fbers of the church. Haity Hoosieiis. nt. Timinons, Postmaster at die, Ind , writes: "Electric Bit lias done more for me than all f medicines combiued, for that teelini' arisinir from Kiilnev and r C3 J trouble." John Leslio, far- Qil stookman. ot same olaee "Find Electric Bitters to be test Kidney and Liver medicine, f me teel like a new man." J. Gardner, hardware merchant, f town, says : Electric Bitters is ii'O thing tor a man who is all t"wn and don't care whether he or dies; he found new Htrength, 1 aptetite and felt just like he a new h.,. 0M ltc 0n,y 50c Rle, at W. A. IJayei,' Druutore. LKS FOR si a i v nn a 'ROFIT AT COST-OR GIVEN AWAY. ile on hand at the HilUboro s More, about One Hundred and letaments. Th Kor sale Profit, at cost. Jt not at cost, n away." J. or your friend, or yoar Can trtt rtnn QimnrJin. . . hOllowii)( you want a Bible and are able . - piom, i WOUIU DO glad you. JOQ need a 15ib e nnd nr tmt ... 1 - 0 liv t - . r. . rtl I k-T ' Mini j n i rnni nc o ami lU htll . 'a have no BihU ni b,. "ikb!e in I. I, uy one at tust, you! u-..l rue to one trv 4,i hDread lhj . . . -L pi? i)r co.u.tv , .. - "uie III h m.... UiP r p-ase r 11,0 Ji Store, . ..i.i'iiil.' I iL' H'T I IT MI?. ! Mlll ructlinr i.nrl iph t rnL- liir i r lerul I N'GK COUNTY UlSM!.li V : very u wuu u hurpme. luiormiuoii ; C5itoi Convention. I ON tliu wwioi.,v.!- , . V "-'I The Uaitiht State Sunday I VtV I) M r STU ; aja in? hiuie Au.ner viueu uiai ... i"i:.- iour trulv. XAi'K xv. unowx, Sunday Schodl Conven tion. At tbe request nf the Executive Committee of the State Sunday School Convention, the Sunday j large quantity of gait which tell with .School superintendents ot Uhapel , 11. i I Mori'll I kI ! fir.in, v cm m I ...nut v tmt v i 1 1 I ll all uluiO il..!-.illuu . liu i c . , - . i 0,"",0J otimii viiineiiuuu.i winch meei in Fayctieville. March Ji -, :wmI to coiiMuur hOfue imi-or-i w,.. f.j.eaks G.eck, Latin a:id taut questions relative to the Sunday French, and the people don't know School work. j w,l3t lo make of t. We should F. P. Vekable, j suppose they d.dn't. We surrender S. M. BaKDKK, 'to- GeoigiaV electric iirls Sara J. V. GO HE. 'Jones, and big watermelons. but we " 'draw the line on Greek Latin- The Durham-Sun, of leb. 20tb, -French nnpdur.itpd colored vouths. jfn . -v U14I i iwufc jjiacc v i lt. lirzuh last Wednesday and the place where she met the wan ot her choice, Mr. W. P. Day, and there they were united in marriage. We could not learn the full pat liculais." i Our Sheriff wibhes to etate to the public that he is till iti buai. eB at th Old Stand, where ho will te ery glad, exceedingly glad, to isue certificates (t all thue who have not already procured one) ot their good and regular standing in I he community as loyal and law anidiuuVitizeiiB. y Simmons-Liver Regulator, bear in mind, is n- I an experiment. It it endorsed by thotisauds. Se what the IlilUboro Book Store has 10 eay this wet-k. An AttrmctWe Combined . POCKET ALMANAC and MKMORANOTJN BOOK advrtlfllng BHOWN'I IRON B1TTKK8 the best Tonic, glva a-way at Drag and general stores. Apply at once. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PropoHuln Invitorl For tin; erection and building of a , Impel on :i trnet of l:md iiear thy lioiitf ol Thma5 A. Williams, aceonl iu to plan and speeinVntinn.s vu;li can te sci'ii m al.plii aiion to me. The pro posals will br- si-aMI aiil riht reserve' to rejt"-t any :inl all bids. Derision made known on the 30rh Mareli. 1801. JOS. V. MUUIMIY. Kcrtor of Sr. Matthew's Chuixh. HillslKiro, X. C, Feb 25th. 18!H. o t i c 1: By virtue of the following Ven. Kx. to me Wheeled from iIk Clerk ot the SiiiuM'inr ( 'ourt of ( )r:iiM'r !iniifv. t wit : "tJaston (J. Canlpn v. -I:i. .f. P;ir. iIhii." 1 sb:.U uelt fon-.-ish to the hiu-liPst bidder at the court hou.-e ioor in Uilh boro, on Monday. March lGth, 18J1. the following described property : One tract of land in Little Jtiver township. )ii the w-iters of Kno. adjoining funds ot W. It. llollo'wnv. . mes II. Pratt and o;ht r. and contaitiing 7." acres, more or less, as the 'property of James J. (,'ar ! sen. to satisfv said execution and costs. This 14tll d.n- of Kebruarv, 1891. .JOHN' K. KUGIIUS. Sheriff. THE lHEs, (NEW YOKE.) FOR' lf01. DAILY, 0 pages 1 cent. SUNDAY, 20 pages, 4 cents. WEEKLY, 8 or 10 pages, 2 cents. The Aggressive llejntblican Journal f the -Metropolis A NEYSl'APER,r FOR THE MASSES. Founded December 1st, 18S7. Circulation over 100,000 copies DAILY. The Press is the. organ of no fac lion ; pulls no wires ; has ro aniruos Hies to avenge. The most remarkable Neicspaper tSuccesss in New York. THE PRESS IS A NATIONAL NEWSPAPER Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash find no place in the col umns of The Press. The Press has the brightest Edi torial page in New York. It sparkles with points Thf Press Sunday Edition' is a splendid tw4enty paj;e paper, cover ing every current topic ot interest. The Pres Weekly Edition contains all the go id things of the Daily and Sunday editions. For those who cannot afford the DAIhY or are prevented by distance From early receiving it, The Week ly is a piendid substitute. As un Adcertisinij Medium J'ress hus no Superior in New York. tfie THE XHKSK. irifhin the reach of all. The Ixst tlllii f'hm T-ef Virvxrf -ru" t J i eh rrl in . -tmrn. Ii.mI. i o i t auti o uu. one iuir. 3.00 2.50 .45 3.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1 - . ' r - ' . .. .Tmrtnthc months. 1 tno n t r- I hailv t.nlr. nno Vait ' " four mouths. f undav, one Year. "cewy rres, one Year, Seu.I for Thk Prkss -Circular. ample free. Agenu wanted every -.where. I P.ieral commbsions. Addres:. THE PRESS, 1 ottki: P t it. i !-(. ;ts park Row. w l or-v. A. Full ot Snow and Halt. Salt Lake City, Feb 18th. It snowed here Monday night, and a peculiar feature of the s terra was a i he snow melted yesterday, ana IMC 04II V'ii IMC lUUUU 4t tCilOV fourih of an inch in thickness. salt was evidently absorbed - I ho la I'D Amr.ng the latent deorgia curios iijfcs, a neuro, entirely uneducated, Wilminston Star. v 4 tiny School h on the 4th of March, and on tins ac count the Richmond & Danville Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Ra!egh al the .following rates : From Greensboro, $4.30; from Dur ham, 81 G5. Rates from intermedi ate points in game proportion. Tick eU will be on sale March 4th to March 8th inclusive, and will be limited to Match 10th for.ahe returu trip. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castona. When Baby was sick, we g-are har Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Hiss, she clung to Oastoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "TTT"ANTEI). One man with pluck VV and energy to organiza a Stock Company to buihl a Cotton Factory. WAN TED Three other good men to manutacture tobacco in IliiUboro, N. C WANTED Fifty good men to buy fine tobacco lands. WANTED To sell $3,000 worth ot real estate to De. invested in a Cotton Factor'. WANTED Samples of Mineral and Ores, with options on the lands. C. D. TURNER, Attoroey-at-Law. for a Pair of PITS (Custom-Made) from Manuf're' Rpmnants. S.'itIsfucilon guaranteed or mouey rerunded. SEND YOUR ADDRESS FOR SAMPLES And Instructions for Self-Measurement. PIEDMONT PANTS COMPANY Winston, n. C jEAL ESTATE FOR L(tnNo. 1, 210 acres, good bui!du:gs, Lot No. 2, 167 acres, good buildings, Lot No. 3, 48 acres, Lot No. 4, 147 acres, Lot No. 5, 702 acres, 2 good houses, Lot No. G, 100 acres, Lot No. 8, 115 acres, near $1,300 1,250 500 1,000 4,800 800 Chapel Hill, Lot. No. 9, 225 acres (New Hope,) Lot No. 15, 100 r.crcs, at $5 per Here, Lot No. 17, 240 acres, (in Bingham township.) at $6 per acre, Lot No. 18, ono good Mill with three dwellings, one Store and; 45 acres ol land. Lot No. 19, 800 acres at 87.50 per acre. Lot No. 20, 100 acres with 1,100 s 3,800 500 1,440 good bouse and three J barns, at $6.50 per acre. Any of the above real estate can be purchased on good terms by ap Vyt'li v fiiiiun iin nice l in iaieii: plying to CD. TURNER,.-Atlorney-at-Law and Real Estate Acent, Hillsboro, N. C. 1828 Xt Originated. I I I HI I he dtwsjpeipsila RSTUSSSXE8- A STlllCTVY IOCTB)L mtlt.TI.IM rAMtu MtOtClM. OAGoOt ca; PHILADELPHIA. Price, OH E Mir DDlB0mll01 There no other yentwn. llGlliDlllliGl SimmonsLiver Regulator. N OTIC E Having qualified as Executrix and Executors of the last will of Paul C. C. Cameron, we request persons in debted to him, to make arrangement for payment, nud hereby notify those having claims against his estate to pre sent them tor payment on or before January 17th, 1'J2. or this notice will be plead in bar ot retovcrv. A. CAMERON, B. CAMERON. JNO. W. GRAHAM, li. B. PEEBLES, Executors. Hillsboro. N. C, Jan. 17, 1891. AT THE COBNEU! LOOK MEREru offer tor SO days, Great Bargains. Have $500 worth 'oKgooda for you not 5,000 as before. Goods must be sold. You do not know what your dollar will buy. Call and see. II. N. BROWN, SR., ' Trustee. Dec. 9th, 1890. FOTJTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS 5o Hobs vltt 11e of Colic, Both or Less Fa TK, If Foutz's Powders .are used in time. Konu's Powiors will inte and prevent Hog Cbouer. Foutz's Powder will prevent Gapr IX Fowls. Foutz's Powflers will 'tiicre.ii-e the onantitT of milk ar.d cream twenty per cent, and make the butter Urn sweeL - Kontt's Powder will enre or prevent ftlmott stkxt Dix-'ase to which Hoi-sea and Cattle are subject. KOWDFB4 WILL 6IVB oATIBPAOTIOJi. SoJil everywhere. DAVID 5. TOTTTZ. Proprlato. 2ALTIMOHE. KO. 2For sale at Hillsboro by W. A. HAYES, Druggist. SPURGE ON, DENTIST, HilUboro, IV. O. "Oflice next door to OrJHooker's Drus: Store. Open every day. DM I N 1STR ATOR'S N OTIC E. Having taken out letters of admlnls t ration upon the estate of Henry T, Lindsay, I hereby notify all persons in debted ro said estate to make immedt- ato payment to me. and all persons having claims against said estate are notified to present the saine to the un der.-igned properly authenticated on or belore tlie lSth dav of February. 1892, or this rotice will be plead in bar o their recover v. jThis 18th day of February. 1891. .B. C. P ATTON. Administrator. 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Name territorv you want, and write at oi-e for pHrtiouuirs to B. F. JOH N SO N it CO.. 2C00 Main St., Richmond. Va. fcSoloctUofircliiiir He 13m teliool tor Yoitnjjf HiitItM unci JL.ii- tleTOlrlM, II ILLS BO RO X. .C. The'GSd Term of the MISSES N ASH AND MISS KOLLOCK'S SCHOOL will open on Tnursday, Sept. 4th. lsiiO. ' Tuition for day scholars $20.00 prr term. Circular srnt on application. FALL AND WINTER MIJLL.INKRY GOODS, LATEST STYLLS 1 M rs. 31. l. Taylor, MIL L IN E R , Hillsboro, N. Cl, has received a large, selerf m com plete Slock of Fall and Winter Millin ery Goods, 1 .adit a Dress Trimming. Ac . Ac., Ac. Best and lateft NVw York styles at very lowest pi ices for cash. V A . . V. . . - I . . ft . . . - The latest and pn-ttiest stvle - In Jewelry, and a lull line o Nttton. Call and examine our rwb before buying eUewhere. s ALE OF LAND. J Vptoastottaalavajttwvlaciiovta S VOM40a Patmta, Cavwatt. Traa v By virtue of a mortgage denl ex u ted by John J. Jackson and M. .lack son hi wife, to James Webb. Jr. and .1. V. Webb, trading as rsirten, and re corded In Book H, page I30t In th office ot RegisU-r of Deeds 01 Orange County. wewill sell at auction i" the highet bidder for cah at the court house dorr in Hillsboro, on Mornlay, March 2nd 191 a tract of land In Little River township, on the waters of Buck water creek, adloinlnsr land of DaTe'Wehb. a. it or rv. UKrCP.ttTV. Cicero Berrv and others, being a nan the Stephen Cole trict. and containing af 34 ft-10 acres, more or le?. Sale is made to satisfy mortgage cost. Thte 31t day ot Jancaiy. 1301. ' JAS. WEBB, JR. A BRO., 3iortagtes- NEW GOODS NEW GOODS- :J FALL AND WIMTKR. T have just returned from the Mor JL ern markets with the largos-; St? of DRY GOODS, HATS, -BOOTS. H II O E H , ftc th.it I h:iTfc 'ver had. I osTc: them n low a? tan be ld. My ftoe! of Shoes L tcore rotuplce than e r. and If v.ni Want (O0 SUCKS to. little tnum-y, e4:li on inc. Call on mc tor ycur ti HOCEHIKS. MEAL. FLOUR. LARD. SUGAR. COFFEE, MOLASSES, &a I receive dallv and can give a ;rlj article at bottom prices. I make a sve- cialtr of MEAL and can alwavs supp-f you with rnK.su Gitocsfo goods ;.t lo.- est prices. I am in my old und !r BRICK HOL'SE on King Street. Come and see me and I will take plesisure in showing von good -v. All kind ol BARTER taken at the highest market price. Ifour friend. IL I. PAR Si!. HE LARGEST, BEST '' 'IF PED PRINTING AND BIN l ING ESTABLISHMENT IV NORTH CAROLINA. EdwnrrlH Uroti li ttn RALEIGH, N. C. Solh it all kinds of Printing and Bind ing, from the smallest card or lab. I to the ' largest volume. They make thei best LEDGERS, RECORDS, DAY BOu'S; to be had. and are sole agent fot Nor;? Carolina ot IviswAun's Lkvelfh at Handy Aum Rkst a silso i .r "i.- SOS S rLAT UPKNINO tiPHIN 1 "". of which are the latest and best i . n- tions tor large ledgers, Reiords. Ac Their hand-book tor Msgl-truii .t-.-t County Officers. Iht. 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Free to till llr I !. 1 1 I J." 1 XLLi N'otire l ht rtdiv trlveu to alln a.h ri of tbis paper and all their friend and arrjiiaiut snri' throughout, the V dted State and Canada, that THE HOUSE HOLD ViM-h" svnt one yer ns a W i l ttN; PitKSKNrto every n Alv inaficl couple whose .id lrr--;md l6 cents to pav pitag is w-ct to fl' purdbcr -irfthtnnvc year -from the date of : -clr mnrrintje. Per;H)u sending for t!il preset. t iird requested to M-nd ropy of a paper con taining a noth e of their mirrtage. or oin' other evni'iice that shall im. 'Uiit' j to :i reaoii.itili prool thxt tl.v km Milled to the magazine under t!..c.tovc offer. Address. rni; n'orsKiioLD." Brsltiehoro, Vt. on:. lATPACrVrmS: ron &Aut by A GEMS WANTED. T E D L .v N D S 1 1 11 r 1 InajiaesT In " C i K. i ii iii ri r r a a All prTMiM- afe fwirtlh twarnJ not rr hunt mi'I dog, guns, axe.-n i'i anv way trespass upn our la'idi In Littlu River town.hip. All off iitlers will bo proecntcd. This 40lh day cl Jarmry. W. R. sf-ARLKTr. J. C. SCARLET I . of ! UOluIttSrCldl UClWtS LtXl NGTOK.RY. 0eca$t i Btrt Muttfittt CoHtgein thi WoriJ ivi ra aaa timH a3 atk C ' -. a and VcZm Tall Batoaa Cr. M"?Z" aWaaart aa4 ar. afcami W WW. aaarwiwi m rr" i o'j:: 7' iaV" aa-har,. Waktf tu taatu Lm . Kjr tfursa-s-- Bt. XII IE Ai tC, aliel4, Silll.