Hlh L sn oil ojJ'H"N""c-
- Sept. 5, 1S01.
: ' .W if . - .
j,.v V L. rigui, ureacneu in
,he liapt'ifct church Tuesday night.
. Read wlt. ll)C "Book Store"
la to pay, ami then go and see tor
.Several cases of fever are re
r.rtried among, the colored people at
notice of rale of real estate
l.vil. II McCracken, Administrator
j;.e notice of pale of real estate
at Chapel Hill, by Hon. John Mau
-Wc are needing some wood u t ,
, j i-i Miistendme some time with his rela
now and our wood subscribe rs will : . b , r "n j
nu, five. Iihto la.ft TtiMi9v nn Ki,
j lca?" remember us
Painting: the town ted means
headache in the morning. Simmons
Liver Regulator prevents, it.
Bible, all ize and price, at j
s Hillsboro Rook Store. on i
fchould hae a nice Family Bible.
Moore, the Photographer, is ie
town, and is ready to do first-class
work at reasonable rated
The proceed of the Sinaini: j
Class from the Oxford Orphan Aiy-i
lum, on last Friday night ;it Masonic j
Hull, was j
A communication from (..aid-1
well" IiiHtiltiH and "West Orange f
It nns" were received too late fori
this week's paper.
-Crons ir: the western part of
.V,,.- iiiilv nn rnnnrtiH ilfi I nn k i ll rr ! J
uii- j . ......... - ----,
cry well considering the quantity
i,t rain tint has fallen.
The colored Methodist raised
about $175 at their Grand Rally last
Sunday. A card of thanks from the
l.aHtor was crowded out this week.
The management ol I Hind Tom
will give $1,000 forfeit if tb Blind
'fern, who will appear at M:isouiu
Hall, Thursday night, Sept. 3rd, is
nut li e genuine and original Blind
A colored infant, 2 months old,
was found dead u bed at the Race
Trick , near town, Tuesday morning
(,;itjer Jordan held an inquest, and
liie j'l r y s vet diet was thai ;he child
hiti iioui Miiiocatton.
Mr. James T. Rosemond re
t'i: lis thanks, and annount es to his
ww iiiemis that he is rovv lire-
j.,i'fl ti do iheir h i .-ep!K,e;iig, and
'ii'rsiitt h entire 'satisfaction. Call
; i s c him at hi old stand
-Miss Unci. el Bam, ot ILUsboro i
iwu-lup, i:n t ., ith a serums a ci j
! i,t Fii.lav nx rning, Ai. Si h '
Shi- was Uin.wTi fttiei :i liorse aul
!i-r rijlii I.-jt wii t-idkni by the tall.
At hsl Hce."Miil- site as do iw vei
-Mi. U. S. P.-ttv, dealer in Cut
. 1 1 i . 1
,1a hlT.i' UiMW ' K. ill o -A ITS,
M-.vvi-r Ki ,K 1 1 r';i:.l-r s (i'ain
N U. w.V be
"d witrr" all per
i t these tartniuo
I'li'ilsfd t ' col I'esj'O
(.01.(4 w ml !!
Debi'utv in-ad.t'tM is often ;aued
v w lines Tiie c'lia'ioi' tfoi'i child
li'Mni ti in n Iwod is in-t suftionMit to
rii tins syte'u'rf 'h's aw f'il plague.
Mirincr's Indian Vertoituge will ex
f I tln'in, and restore health and a
irilil ciMiiplcxiou. For sale by W.
A. Ihves, Dniixgift.
Mr. T J. Willis, a Professional
iti-l Practical Blacksmith and Scien-
l tic Horse shoer, has rented the
iliruy Clark shop (in rear of- the
court lumse and near Webb's ware
hui) for the purpose of running a
mull's t-hop for general work, but
Mi(-einiri particular. Good work
J'w reax. i.able rates.
The Kfv. Y. Yoshioka, a native
of Jaj-an, j?ive a very interesting
!il it.struciive lecture at the Meth-
0'1'it church Monday night to a
ye au. hence, on tho "Manners and
t-Woius" of the Japanese. He had
iib hud a fall I'ONtunio of the na-
',v Japanese gent'eman. He gave
t3c.ur.igiiig reports of misnion work
10 Japan,-where until a tew years
ll.vy knew no true God. and
?ivt OHIO oiT t rnhinr illlltra
- J vu...,
l' r ot tho faith of some of the con
'rl! He has only been in Amef
" "nee hsl October, and his clear
ln,l flier-1 use ot the English lan
':c Kem d to surprise all present.
V ile here Mr. Yoshioka was the
8Jel ot Mr. C. M. Parks.
T"n'i fail to sec and bear Blind
ai Masonic Hall, Thursday
J't, Sept. ord. Tickets on sale at
Vmnmv from 12 m. Sept. 3rd.
sslon cents. Reserved seats
en Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
?a w Blcki WJ gare hef extort.
fr e M a Qjjj cried fc r Cutoria,
becAmo Mis, he clung to CaatorUw,
p i Children, the gare tb em Caatori.
T;f FOR YOURSELF.-
. . l4'rll(nri SturA olaims
si(iVi - - ....
. e lf lamest and best assort-
',o: School Books and Scnool
X"x t'er in 0 ran go county.
Q y one ct the kind ia Orange
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Paiish have
returned from Cleveland Springs.
Mi Maude Cheek ret arned lo
Salem Female Academy la9t week.
PoRtoiaHter X, W. Brown re
turned lo UilUbr.ro from Mt. Airy
Col. W.'L. DeRoKftetl and fam
ily, of Wilmington, are vim ting the
family of Mr. Iienry K. Nash.
-Mrs N. K. Whitte-more, of La
Crosse, Va , is visit, int: the family ot
Mr. Israel Tuner, near t his place.
M Iks Kola Watkins has return
ed to her home at "Lynne-dale" after
a pleasant vis t to friends iu Win
ston and Kernera-ille.
Mr. Marshall E. Tmnin, after
men here, lelt luesdav on bin
return to Denver City, Colorado.
Misse Vera and Myra Turner,
of Raleigh, aro visiting their grand
parent. Cant. J. Y. Lvon and Mr.
lslael Turner, of this county,
rt: t i t
.nsB aiaiuie uui'sou, uuuuicr
of Col. VV. G. Robsou, and Mis
Leonie Terrell,1' daughter of Dr. W.
M. Terrell, of Cedar Grove, pasfel
through here Monday on their way
lo attend the Salem Female Acad
eiuy at Salem, N. C.
X E VV A I) V E It'll SEMEN TS.
ALL DISEASES WITHOUT
MEDICINE OR ELEC
TRICITY. By the electropoise any gas exist
ing in the atmosphere can be attract
ed lo or repelled from the bumau
system at will.
Dibease is caused by the absorp
tion into the KVNlem ol positive
iases. To cure it we must restore
the electrio "poise" of the svstem by
causing the absorption ot negative
The Electropoise is pre-eminently
Nature's method ot cure. It applies
immediately to the disease, uses
neither drug nor poison, is notsub
ject to errrn of diagnosis, imparity
of composition, carelessness or ig
norance ot administration, but iu na
ture's way and with ber all curative
tueaus pure oxygen the work is
done speedily, with little loss of
strength and no danger ot laying the
foundation tor still greater ills by
loss of vital force,
It is easily perceived that since a
certain amount ot oxygen is needed
to Keep the oystem heaitny, it from
any cause the required amount is not
taken, health will be impaired until
the. necessary supply is made up by
artificial means. This the object
of the Electropoise. Through its
iidluence the whole system is made
to ahsorb oxygen .u any required
quantity from the atmosphere.
Life aud death are diametrically
opposed. Death is mere absence ot
life. Disease is bu decree of death.
Health is absence of disease and ia
dejjrrw oi life. Nothing is plainer
than that health and disease are only
manilestHtionsTof the same force
working in opposite directions by
exactly the same symptoms, differ
ing only in their tendency and ret
suits, lhe progress of disease and
death is arrested as soon as the
ElecliopoUe is applied, and as cure
progresses the process ot becouiinn
sick is reversed aud the system goes
back towards health over the identi
cal crure by which it came from
health to disease.
Acute diseases, taken at tfee stage
when they aro ordinarily given into
the l ands ot a physician, are cured
in a tew hours by the Electropoise.
Fever, pneumonia, acute bronchitis,
and the other affections ot the throat
aud lungs; croup, diphtheria, cholic,
cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea.
congestions, inflammation of the va-
rioua organs, influenza, pleurisy, or
any other sudden and fierce attack
of disease yields readily to this
In chronic rheumatism, consump
tion, diseased kidneys, nervousuess,
and all chronic diseases, the process
has to be performed slowly, and
time is required to effect a cure.
Cases of long standing, where age of
party is sufficient to act as hindrance
to good effect, are not solicited. So
many cases pronounced incurable
have been cared or benefited by the
use of the Electropoise that it
is not just to yourself or family to
despair until yoa have corresponded
with ua and possessed for yourself a
knowledge of the treatment.
Correspondence is solicited and
pamphlet will be mailed to all ap
plicants containing an explanation ot
treatment and terms, together with
testimonials from all over the United
States, and among which yon will
find mary prominent North Carolina
names. Possibly you "Vould like to
know what Ralph D. Williams, Joo.
C. W llkinson and Rev. Alex.
Walker, of Durham : Lawrence S,
Holt, D. F. Morrow, J. A. Pickard
and others, of Burlington ; Marion
Tap6cott, ot Union Ridge ; Ed. M.
Pace, of Danvilie, and olberg, think
ot the Electropoise.
Atlantic Electropoise Co.,
1425 N Y. Ave. N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
The Mont HorribleKufl
road JDisaatex- Ever
Known In thin
The mail train coiner towatd
Abbeville was burled fr m the topj
of Bottian's bridge over Third crtek.l
a distance of ab.ul "0 fret, 'I
west ol Slatesville at 2 o'clock on
Thursday morning, August r27tn. j
The eogmeer, fireman, baggage uas !
i . in . l . . .-ii i
, ier, auu otners were kiijcu or
drowned iu the water.
Among tho kil'ed was Mrs F. II
White, ot Memphis. Tenn , a reia
tif e of Dr. Win S. StrudWlck, of
Ilillsboro Mrs. White had been at
Morehead Cily and on her return to
Memphis she stopped over here
trora Saturday night to Wednesday
night with Dr. Slrud wick's family.
She left here WTedne-day niht tor
home and was to meet ber husband
at Morristown, Tenn.
Tweuly-aix persons were wound
ed, aud it is thought that several of
them will die. Two persons are re
ported missing There were ju-t
titty persous on the train, aqd only
two escaped without injury. Col
Bennehau Cameron and State Audi
tor Sanderlin went down with the
wrecked train. Col. Cauierou had a
veiy narrow escape from drowning,
ana saved Auditor Sanderlin from a
watery grave. From all accounts.
Col. Camerou acttd the part of a
hero. He saved the lives of several.
The train was valued at S3U,0U0,
and is a complete wieuk.
I he Coroner's jury, after a full in
vestigation, say the accident was
caused by a loose rail, ihel.li8 and
spikes having beeu taken out by
some person or persons nnknowu to
the jury, that it was done with the
tools or implements belonging to the
railroad company, and censures the
railroad company for gross negli
gence in leaving their tools iu an
open shed, accessible to every passer
Ulina Tom nt Ilillsboro.
This wonderful prodigy will ap
pear at Masonic Hall, Thursday
night, feept. dd. An exchange says
of him : .
"He is just as much of a mnsical
and imitative wonder as ever. Johu
G. Bethune, the son of the old mas
ter, and raised right along with him
was bis manager and handled him
ou the stage, explaining all his work
in the programme as the man with
illustrated lecture describes the
fceoee bis stereoptican spreads be
fore his audience. Some time ago
Mr. Bethune died. Since then Tom
does his own descriptive work. He
repeats word for word, emphasis,
reflection, and all, the speech bis
master used to make, and then goes
on and dovs the work as though he
ha i been simp!y talked about in
stead of talking about himself He
is an idiot, and as black as negroes
oan be produced. He was giveu but
one taleut and that tbe cift of music.
That one gift has made Blind Tom
since early boyhood one of the won
ders of the world. "Blind Tom" is
about 40 years old. He lives with
bis mother in New York City and
travels nnder the care of Mrs. Be
thune, widow of his former owner,
in the South."
Since Moses, the world's great
est law-giver used a basket for a
cradle, baskets have been in demand.
Yon will find a beautiful assortment
of Baskets at the Hillsboro Book
ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Mary EJiza Johnson
On Thursdav, October 1st, 1S91, 1
will sell at Chapel HilhN. C, for Cash
at public auction, by vbtue of an order
made in the above entitled aetion at
August Term of Orange Superior Court.
the land on which Sam'l Morphis now
resides, and described in the complaint
filed in said action.
This 31st day ot August. 1S91.
ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Bv viruie of a decree of the Superior
Court of Orange County made in the
case of J. II. McCracken. A dm r of
McCraekeu, deceased, against Mary C
McCracken Mid others. I will sell on
the nremises on Saturday the 3d day ot
October next, the lands ot the laie .
. . - . . . n
McCracken. situated in Orange County
on the waters of Eno river, adjoining
the lands of Simeon Hall, heirs of J. 1 .
Hannah and others, and containing
about Fiftv Acres, more or less.
Terms of sale : One-third in cash, and
the balance ia 6 months ; bond and se
curity for deferred payments, and title
reserved until luliy paid.
This 30th day ot August. l&'Jl.
j. h. Mccracken.
Administrator and Commissioner.
BROWN at thc Cornrr
Expects you to call and settle.
He owns bis notes and accounts
(for past 4U years.)
Come one and all and compro
mise old or new debt. Why not ?
HENRY N. BROWN,' Sr.,
Joly 16th, 1891.
for these imitations and substi
tutes, they are poor stuff mt the
best and increase your misery
Take Simmons Liver Regulator
only. You will know it by the
large red Z on the face of every
package and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness
and Sick Headache.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Philad'a, Pa.
B virtue of a taortgnpe deed execu-
teu to me t.y u uy S. Haith and Mary
S. Haith bis wife.nnd dulv rt'oorded in i
ttie otlice of the Register of Deed lor
orange county. N. C.. in Book T.. page
51), the undersigned will on Satnrdav.
Sept. 12th, 18yi. sell nt public outer v to
the higher, 'ddder tor cash, the indi-ibv
vidual interest ot m. S. Haith in a
certain tract f land in Cedar Grove
townshin. .iif!ni..0- 1,,,,.. r .Th r
township, adjoining hums of John Q
warren. tn. ii. Sharp and others
Sale at 12 m. at Gsurt House door in
This 11th day of August. 1891.
SAMUEL J. CRAWFORD,
By order of the Superior Court ol
t) range County iu the esse of John U
Hart, Adm'r of James 'Squires vs. Mil
ton Kay and others, being petition to
maKe real estate assets for the payment
4iri..hta i Wiii .,1....
I Si)l, offer for sale at public auction nt
the court house door in Ilillsboro, a
tract ot l.nul ou headwaters of Seven
Mile Creek, adjon.ingoinelius Brown
.iv nviiu, WVII1I J . 11,11 I, Ull 111c CSI
and James Squires on the west, contain-
I mg 1UU acres more or less, and known
as the home tract of James Squires.
terms ot sale: One-third cash and
balance at 3 and 12 months from dav on
sale with interest at ti percent.
lins lUth day ot-August, 1&91.
JOHN U. HART.
Adm r and Commissioner.
ALE OF LAND.
On Mond ay. Sep 7th. 1891, by virtue
ol a decree ot Orange Superior Court. I
will sell on the premises at 12 m., the
following described tract of -land inl
Cedar Crove township, containing
Eighly-Five Acres, and bounded as fol
lows : On the norjth-'by the Caswell
county line, on the e.ist by Wesley
Crumpton. on the south bv Alfred
Ward, and on the west by Will Haith'
cock and Shedriek AVard it being, the
i ami iorineriy owned by ?arah J.
Crumpton. and is sold for partition
amongst ner heirs.
Sale will be by public auction to the
lermsofsale: One-third of the pur-
chase money in cash, one-third in six
months and the remaining third in
twelve months, taking bond with inter
est from day of sale at 6 per cent, on
deferred payments and title reserved
until purchase monev is fully paid.
This 4th day ot August, 1891.
James m. scott,
ALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court ot Orange County made in the
case of J. B. Thompson. Administrator
of W. II. Durham against D. M. Dur
ham and others. I will sell on the
premises on Saturday, September 5tb.
1891, the land of the' said W. II. Dur
ham, deceased, consisting ot a sinai
tract on the waters of Terrel's Creek in
Orange County, adjoining D. M. Dur
ham, Claude Durham and others, aud
containing about GO acres.
Terms of sale : One-half In cash, bal
ance in six months with bond and se
curity for deferred payment, reserving
title until tttllv paid. &
This 2fe'th day of Jul)-,
J. B. THOMPSON,
Adm'r and Commissioner.
This well equipped and prosperous
institution will begin on the 11th of
i Vii.nift lsDi. The aims and methods
of work which have won the approval
of P nitrons, are still pursued.
Terms. 1 rimary uepartmem, l.ou 10
4-2.00 ner month.
Classical Department, fz.ou to fj.w
t . i
Music, with use oi instrument, o.ou
per mouth. j
Board, very convenient, 4.w per
Snecial attention paid to physical
health, comfort and development, and
moral and spiritual culture.
For Catalogue apply to
Primary Department under the charge
of Miss Maggie E. For rest
Special advantage in Mui-ic.
For terms apply to
MISS JOSEPHINE FORREST.
l'riucipai, ilebane, X. C
The largest and be?t Stock of
DKY GOODS. HATS, BOOTS,
Ac, iSc. that I have ever had. I offer
thrni a low as can be sold. Mi Stock
of shej i. more complete than ever.
an I if voir w nt GOOD SHOHS for
:ttle money, call on rue.
Call on me for your
I receive l:iilr and can give a fresh
article at lottoin prices. I make a spe
cialty or MhAii ana can always supptr-
VOU WltU FRKSII GROUND ijoods at lo
est prices. I :ira in uiv oul iand
BRICK HOUSE on Kin Street.
Lone and smi me and 1 will take
pleasure in showing you good.
a ii t-2.. i ..ni ii'rpii . .a . i
11 kiuumii u.iiuiiii uikcu at uir-
htghest market price.
II. I- PARISH.
By virtue ot authority conferred
a certain deed ot rnortiraire. exe
cuted on the Uoih day of February,
iwt iiv Upi.rv N Lwn A fr
A8- "2 11enry W. lirown and .Mar
garet V. Brown his wife, and D. C.
Parks to "The North Carolina Slate
Life Insurance Company," and duly
recorded in the office of the Iiegi
ter of Deeds for Orange county, N.
C, in B-ok K. of mortgages, pages
1-1 aud 11:-, the undersigned will.
on the 17lh day of September, 1891,
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder tor cash, the fofowii.g de
scrilel piece or parceyof laud lying
and beinc in the county of Oranire
r xt u r i: a : . i
State of orth Carolina and in the
town of Hdlsboro, and known and
I designated as follows, viz
Lot No. 59 in the plan of the
loWn ol Ilillsboro, and bounded as
On the north by the lot of W. J
Exum, on the west by the lot ot
Ilenrv K. Nnh nn iI.a pmi hv ih.
t. t.c tir . xt Vj
lot ot John W. Norwood, and on
the south by Queen street, and con
taining one acre, more or less.
Place of sale, County Court House
door in Hillsboro.
Time of sale 12 o'clock, m.
This 11th day of August. 1891.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
STATE LIFE INSURANCE
THE LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
For sale by W. A. Hayes.
rjMIE MISSES NASH AND MISS
having discontinued the '-Boarding De
partment of thir school, will resume
the exercises of their Day School Aug.
Terms $20.00 per session of twenty
R. J. SPURGEON,
UillMloro. IV. O.
COfllcc next door to Dr. IlookerV
Drug Store. Open every day.
YOU WANT" ONE
Jackson Corset Co.
i iniFP wfcoprertr not
UMUIt-q wr Stiff
mnx biki corst, art
IdtIuJ to try thm. m
Tby r approrea ;
I phriela,a ndord by n
drea maker, and re- '
j mmndd by Tery lady
that ha worn thm.
ICTD T0B CnCTTLAJL
EL B. 0SB0RN, Southern Arnt,
WaatotL UUTTUOCai, TEU
Tim. 4 je .. T.a.
rre .-rrt .M.M
BaAam h ia mm aj m .
rrmr mrm ? nrwmf trem ti
or bit t:as. f.'g fo m v
U.Hall C-. Ml'rtla
T W " PS
OM0XD) FfoH StfSXSI
For tale by W A. Hayes.
SPRING AND SUMMER
1 T E S T STVLEH!
R S . M . L . T A Y LOR,
HlLLSDOUO, N. C,
has received a large, select and com
plete Stock of Spring and Summer Mil-
linerv. Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Ac.
Latest Styles at prices to please.
No extra charges for trimming Hats.
Full lines of Notions and Jewelry.
Summer Dress Goods, White Goods.
Embroidery, Laces, Embroidered and
ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES'
TATE IN CHAPEL BILL
The Executors of the late Dr. Win.
F. Bason will sell at public auction in
Chapel Hill, on Monday the 14th day of
September. jS91. ai II o'clock a. m., for
cash, a lot oraboot 1-8 of an acre with a
two story dwelling theivon, situated on
tbe north side of Franklin or Main
treet in Chapel Hill, and opposite tho
University Hotel kept by John II. Wat-
gon. and in the centre of the town.
This 11th day of Angus!, lt?01.
james b. Mason,
Attorney for the Executors.
Goodwin,! for. N T ork f..r u. ilm6mrf
you m. n n ui.k. nirb, t.ui mm tmm
trvb ym quirlil bow to r from 9k
VIO amy mt th. i.n, moa mt jom (
on. Boll, ftmm, all .. Inaartrtf
America, too ran c-mmrrx-. . I bom, wr-
!oc all your tlmr.or mrm m-.Dirt.u otiir I
lb. wra. Alllanaw. Unmt my HU tat
a.rry workar. alarr jou, fumUblof
I AltTlt ILAKA FKF.K. AA-ln
yDM I n i sri: ator s n oti c e.
Having this day qualified a the Ad-
ministrator of the late Fntlerick N
Strndwick, I hereby notify all persons
imletited to said rotate to make Iminc
bate payment, and those having claims
against said estate to present them to
trie undersigned projwrly authenticated
on or oeforo the 1st day of Auirust.
1 VJ2, or this notice will be plead in bar otT
ThU 1 st -day. of August. 1831.
1 IPPMAN BR03.SavahhaH.G;.
L- SocC AOEm3 IH THE U. 3-g
For sale by W. A. Hayes.
f,6-f ami ti-bt by ta.a af
Ur a.i. ii . X ac rid, a4 I f fc. 0
t.t limiM.tnnf ik l,
tta tb ar. t-ar ca Wan
fTa BarUb a.7tbir Mavt fM. a rvah Ta raa cWv(
Jr mprnn awaMait. f m,U j'tmt ttaaa Iba ark. 1 h l
9MUrm.f aw U. J jn4 b?tar ara4arfaJ awixaaa aa nar ..
Barlaaara ara aaraiaa fra ft. to CM (.Ml a4 K(var4a,
a&4 awn trt uuia at W cm twm tba av.
ai-iMal ai Kut jam llll. jr atac to aaa br. WiS
ianeaiM rut. 'KttK.mU
ADM I X ISTR ATOR-S NOTICE.
Ttie undersigned biting taken out
letters of Administration on the estate
of Emma E. Toler, deceased, notice U
given to all person indebted to said
estate to mike Immediate oavmerit. am!
a i 1 persons having cUiiiis against said.
; luusi protrwi ire me to ine un-
i (Jfr.i,,,! Iiffilrf-rtv fltlthATItito.1 r,rv
- t . -j ........... a
' Or wfore July 7th. liTl. or this lMm
: - -
im ' IU U,U UI IJllrir recovery.
This the 27th day of July,lJL
( A. 15. TOLkR.
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