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IKAXOK COUNTY fOP.SERVER.
11 IILSBO ROUGH, II. C. SaTL'IJ day. Nov. 4 1803. Entered tit the Post Office at .? bmonqh, A. C, oj second class j 7" 1J JOSEPH AT H ARRIS. Publisher' and Owner. i EDITORIAL SNAPS. Since tbo orgaoizaiion of tho Stale Railroad Commission cases of cotnpUinl have been entered upon j fin isuuitci. Acoordirlg to Rradslreel the fail ures for the third quarter ol lhU3 numbered' -1,934, with liabilities Amounting to Sl"3,227,540, against 2,027, with liabilities of 82,4110,5 10 lor the third quarter ot lb92. Rev. J. C. Price, D. D, the emi tiont Southern negro orator, and President ot Livingslone'College, ut Salisbury, died- at his residence in that place, Oct. 25th, of Iiright's din eae. He was not quite fortv years old. His relations will) prominent Southern men were mott cordial. He was noted for his eloquence. He was black, a thoroug'i negro. He was in many respects a remarkable man. m We ee the name of Major John W. Graham mentioned irr :onncc tion witfi he varancy in the U. S C'ircuit Cfiurt. Mr. Cleveland would make no mistake in appointing Maj. Graham. He possesses every quali fication to make a good Judge. He is one ot the firu-bt lawyers in this country, a gentleman, a good man. He voted lr Mr. Cleveland's nomi nation at Chicago. Tho place pays 80,000 and S 10 per day mileage. Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, was j Knot and killed by on asa.nin last Siturday night about S o'clock at hU reKidento in Chicago. The man who fhot the Mayor was arretted soon after and gave his name ns EtiLiene Patrick Prendergf ast. He aid he was ilad he had ki'led the iuayor, as ho haa promisea to give shooting anl wounding his wife him the corporation counnelship and with a pistol. Suhmission. Judg had not kept his word. Premier menl having been passed in State grast was at one time on tho Chi- j vs. Shumaker tor shooting at Stray cago pohco force. t horn, judgment in this ease is sua- j pended upon payment of costs. At a meeting of the State Board ) State vh. June Vanhook. Carry of Charities. held at Raleigh it wan ; ing concealed weapon. Verdict not uelermintMl to, request tbe Directors ! ot the Asylum at Raleigh and Mor ganton to so amend their by-laws as; to admit the admission and retention ; of indigent ex-Contederate. veterans, ; now insaae nnd in jaiU and court i houses,, whether curable or incur-! ahh . Thi action ol the Board has I the approval of Governor Cair, and ; Wis mado at tho earnest .endorse- j menl ot the Veterans' Association ol tbe State. Tno Li vks Savkd. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction i City, 1(1 , was told by her doctors; I'be Voorhees Repeal Bill passed nhe hid Consumption and that there the Senate Monday by a vote ot -lo wa. no hope tV ier but two bottles lo 3o Urinsora voted lor Repeal ot Dr. Kings New Discovery com- 1 i- , . r t, i.. i i it " -. v aee voted against it. It now foes pietely cured her and she sivs it A n w is01-" -ived'her liie. Mr. Thos. Iv'ers to tnt' o"o and will soon become 13'J Florida St. Sin Francitco, nut x law, wc suppose. It is thought tered from a dreadful cold, approach-1 that Congress will soon adjoorn un ing Consumption, tried without re- ; til December, eolt everything else then bought one i ' t.-t t V 1 w, ... ' nouie o Kings .New i;,scov. or v or .1 in t i-... . . 1 ., ... .... 1 He is naturally thankful. It inch ' results, or which these are samples. 1 thai prove the wonderful etlicauy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds Free trial bottles at W. A. Hayes' Drui; htore. Regular size f)Oo. and $1 00. There are thousands of ladies .1 .. I . .t . lonniiioui U)0 country wtiope sy- terns me p.iisoned. and whoe blood i in an impure condition from the ab-orotion 1 ininure matter, due ir in urn uai it i e;4.u:iiuies i nis cl3s are peculiarly benefited by c won derful tonic 3nd bloo.l cleansing pr.perties d Prickly Ah, Poke Kot and Putaa-ium (p. p. p.) H-es and bounding henlih tske the phice ot the sickly lot)k, the Irgt color and the general wreck of te MMem by the u-e ot Prickly Ash, Puke Hoot and Polntciurr, as Iiomh ct" temales will testily, and many : certificates are in tiasseiioii id ihe i .... i .... i...:.: fin i . . . . ri, I onitany, which tney have promised I roi to puhli,b.and all prove P. P. 1 . a blessing to womankind. - lL"fRI,KXS ARNICA SALVK. Toe Hcpl Salve iu the world for Cuirs liruises. Sore, Ulcers. Salt Kheutu, h ever Sores. Tetter. Chap- ped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and ill l t" i ? ' n,..rrUpUOUh' anJ P'vlv w, ,)M .,ay rcqaired. it; li'atxu 10 give perfect satis-; - laction, or money refunded. Price Jo ctnt per box. For sale by W.j . iiajerru.-t ' SUPERIOR COURT. The Fail Term of Orange Supe rior Court convened Monday morn ing a half pan ten o'clock. Judge Brown consumed less than tinny minutes in delivering his charge to j tbe craD3 Jury- The following is a li6t of the ! G,aa J.ror. : Me-,,.. W. M. Jonc. j Foreman ; James F. McDade, Henry j, ; H. -Crab-tree, Anderson King, W. K. ! Kirkhad, Lewis F. Ward, Robert1 Davis, colored, Newlin Smith, W. j iv. Jiomgomery, i.eroy ratir, l. r.. j ! Redmond, Wm. IL Harwood, John I'N. Packer, John Workman, J. C. , Carden, Albert Haoghawoot, col- i ored, C. J. Copeland and J. IL ! Fowler. i W. P. Roberts 4was sworn as offi cer in charge of the Grand Jory. Solicitor Parker then called over the Criminal Docket, and the follow- bg cage8 wefe di(spofied of State vs. Henrietta Watson. Lar ceny stealing a plow from Alex. Lloyd. Defendant pleads nolle con tendere. Judgmena suspended. State vs Buck Jones, colored. Shooting Charles Horner. Guilty. Three months in county jail with privilege to County Commissioners to hire out. State vs. James M. Reeves. As saulting Elector M. Smith with a deadly weapon. Guilty. One month in county jail and to pay all costs. Term of imprisonment to be- xT !". i i- , . gui- ov .u. reeves imprison-, menl is delayed on account of hisj wire wno is mck : State vs. V m. Richmond. Sink- Jnr, lr, VT ilunn .. ) V, gun. Submission. Fined 830 and costs. State vs. Samuel P. Lloyd. Re- tailing withoui license. Submission. State vs. Susan Shanklin, (a color,) ed girl l'J years old,) for stealing chickentt. Vp.rdint nnf. rrniltv , - . h ..... j . Slate vs. Sain. Breeze. Resisting oflicer. Submission. Judgmont sus pended upon payment ot costs. State vs. W. P. Porterfield. Dis posing ot morteraeed nronertv. Ver- diet not guilty. State vs. J. 1. Shumaker. For shooting at R. P, Stiayhorn with a pistol. Submission. Shumaker to he confined in county jaiTG months, and then to be discharged upon pay ment of all costs. State vs. J. F. Shumaker. For guilty. Stato vs. Ums;ead Jones. For killing Bob Morrow with a mattock Verdict guiliy of murder in second degree. Jones sentenced to State penitentiary 20 years at hard labor, Stato vs. Wifliam 1,,, T..un U instead and Joo Graves' For stealin" watermelons. Suhmission Judgment suspended upon payment of costs. Court adjourned Tuesday after noon at I o'clock on account of the sickness ol Judize Brown's wif. On the 7th dav ol November, next j - I !"C8day' e,CClIOI,a wlU bc heM in Uurleen States, as follows : Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Ohio. Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Virginia. Should Congress adjourn without corlirnn Simmons, somebody ..Ml ...... " win ue responsible for it. Who will! it be? ' Set iTie-IJiuru .rt.w v-7,7T" ' UL and Insomnia. Nashville, Term.. March S, 1SD3 i n persons being cured of nearly everv i . .... ' disease by taking Stockton's Ann-1 t T i. j 3 . . - . . S v, i wui.ciu.itu lO try it, and the I result wat wonderful. a'.most went pleasure i r., . resi ectfnllv t -orin toliece street. ? i r or sale by t. A. Rosemond Agent. . Wpeeinl otie: On nr ,Knn ru,t.. io.l "ntr j "', muu cur 05- a3l DCV SOOeS ville? lenn., Gentlemen: I had j liY ;c catic Hheumatism, Qprabined with! they n oniy zjl a VU nervousness and insomnia for six j weeks, and having heard of so marv !arcah?i5-'. u.e5ithes-.,kJ i . i.ii'vnivu ri i it- n I ! i n o c h . in rrT , w - - i . . . instant relief, and in rive day, i n recommendme: it. Yonr; :r ppectuS cotitaiBsns the rmi,f -www "viuuci lum a line , of thocomlortablenevcr.wear-ontiK::"?,010"- coonty. u AW iCecd - Ilocki Chnir ! 1 e1 at tin ' III uv Vour dear iather w and ee our new line? Hillsboro Book Stor. ; Z ! ."T1? 5"nty. Old mother ,h , Ruv nn l VvV. ..J'0 H k! uuid appreciate7 one. C!? PrtP'red to furni-h coffin; fln,i t .V NORTH CAROLINA ITEMS. The official residence of B'sbop Cheshire will be at Charlotte. Davie limes: When it comes to killing. game W. A. Griffin ai ways ' takes tbe lead. Last week be killed ! 137 squirrels and it was not a good week for 6qoirrela j Lexington Dispatch: We eard , the Sheriff say the other nitjbt that ; be had been at five precincts lor the ' purpose of collecting the taxes for I iciSJ, ana hadn t, at that lime, col-; I leered "nary'' a cent. Greenville Reflector Register of n.tr-.- . .. one snan trave , cook vict Deed Harding issued a marriage It !0io i -vn. b s uals, make bed.s, Bweep bouses, cot cense to an aged couple one day last ; hair or shave on ?the Sabbath day." week. They were Mr. John Sim-( "No ono shall kiss bis or her mons aged 85 and Mrs. Naucy Bri- j 'cnildren on the Sabbath or feasting ley aged 05. Besides being an oldjda,v , , , , ' ... ,ffe ... 41 i he Sabbath day eha begin at man to take unto -himself a bride, 8unget Saltlrdavn ' Mr Simmons has the reputation of j "WhoeTer wears clothes trimmed being the champion eater of the with gold, Bilver, or bone lace above county. i one billing a yard, shall be prenent- c r i -p t. . r! ed by the yra,l( jurors, and select- Sauford Express: It is reported ; raen hlU lax lhe egtale that work has begun on tbe new j 'Whoever brings xiard or dice hotel at Southern Pines. When ! into the Dominiou shall bef6ned 5.M completed it is said it will be one of the most handsome hotels in the Slate, costing $175,000. It is being built by a number of Northern C3pi talisls who propose making South ern Pines one of the leading health resorts in the South. Uaitain ?miu : some time since not many days ago we noticed lhe , llJO ... x,u, oo. v.o, Durham Branch of the American tact that the W. Duke, Sons & Co., I Tobacco Company, had shipped 6, - knn ooo a r uuV'jUuy ClJalcllCB lO a party 1U J a- pan, at Tokio. Last Thursday this great cigarette firm beat that record. There was exported on that dav 7. 000,000 cigarettes, to the same place l one raan' 11118 ,s Uie ,arSesl shipment the Dukes have ever made in their history to any one man. Charlotte News : Mrs. Ramseur, wife of Brigadier General Ramseur, who lost his life at Cedar Creek, in the Shenandoah Valley, Va., iu the celebrated battle with Sheridan, has been given a nice place in the Inte rior Department under Hoke Smith. The position was secured for this es timable lady through Gen. Cax, of Raleigh, who was one of Ram ieur's bravest and best lieutenants, 3nd his interest in the widow of his chieftain shows that degree of gratitude rarely seen now a days in auyone. English Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Sott or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from horses, Blood Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-bone, Stifles, Sprains, all Swol len Throats, Coughs', etc. Save $50 by use of one bolile. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist, Hillsboro. ' O T I C E Having qnalitied as Executors of. the lat will ot Young V. Whitaker. we re quest all persons indebted to; his estate Jo make payment to us. and all persons having claims against said" estate must present them on or before the 2Gth dav ot Seot em her. IS'.U. r.i- thU ,.,ti .:' be plead in harof their recovery. Ibis 20th day of September. lS'J.'j. HMI-N M. H IMTAKKR. GH AS. A. WHITAKt;ii. prxecur.jrs. THE BEST AND IS THE SAFEST INVESTMENT I EVER UADE. ( tT-,1.1 the clear profit on I ?ur iAdu &cd children. shoe, is at 1. rtf: -'f b p e. Eoo-sessu.e. lacorpcrml Cariui flirt 1 a snare. Nr. . ' r.. ! V - . . , "e rVTH'00d oekblder,3i tbeaumter . ' v '" -u u"c cr inc DEXTER 8H0E CO., St, EOSTI. Iia "P U . S ,l n" "-fno.it m th, iof. A:-... i .lo; i in.,- it pro I There are Mpsrle retaH shoe stews in our laree c;t;es 2.COU pairs of sfc9 day ma"ne a net profit of -25,rooo vr xv. , u'ff.-5 NorfnIL- . . . - - - - ,i. ill. i - i a Tli ti JE31ue X-.av. The Blae Lbw of Connecticut were so called bfcaose tbey were I printed on blue tiiged paper, j These were some of them : "No one nhall ?be a (rppmin or bave a vote, unless he is converted j and a member of one of the churches j "rdjSTk -n! won-hip of this Dominion shall be allowed to give a vote for electing? m3Psiretes or any officer." j f fo r ld,D2 haU be of" ; ..;0 one ghlU crosg the oc the Sabbath bat an authorized cler- IS" - ' . ' . . 4o oce fchall eat mince pie, daoce, play cards, or play any instrument of music except the -drum, trumpet or jewsharp." "No mau shall court a maid in person or by letter, without obtain ing the consent of heruarents ; 5 penalty for the first offense, 10 lor the second, and for ;he third impris onment during tbe pleasure of tbe court' j Chi)g an(J of tbree yeafs standin- cured by Simmons Liver ! Regulator K. Watkiua, Watkins iHft,,ao TTntn.;i!a ir f North Carolinian. The forty-four States of the Union owe, collectively, $224,000,000, and they p3y to tbe holders ot State se curities S40.000.000 a year as inter- est. In tlie last ten years the total obligations ot these States have de creased 10,000,000, though the pop illation has ircreased. The State debt of North Carolina is 87,700,000. In the spring months people are more liable to suffer from nervous weakness caused by the breaking op of wimer and the advent of spring. Take Stockton's Antiseptic ; it is a nerve tonic and blood purifier. For vsale by E. A. Rosemond, Agent. ELKCTK1C fSlTTEUS. This remedy is becoming, so well known and so popular as to need oc special mention. All who have used EIccls ic Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases ot the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affec tions caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure ail Malarial fevers. 1 or cure of Headache, Con stipation and Indigestion try elec tric Bitteis. Entire satisfaction guar anteed, or money retonded. Price 50 cts. and S1.00 per bottle at W. A. Hayes' Drugstore. Se3nol Teuchern, You will find the largest stock of school books, both private and pub lic, new and second hand, at the Hillsboro Hook Store ever seen in Urange county. Call or send your orders. in PKODTJCK WANTED AT TIIE CONFEDERATE DEPOT. All kinds of Dried Fruit will brim: grand-mother prices and buy double as much. May not pay to dry at such prices. Say : j Apples, 1 to 3 cts., average 2 cts. ! Peaches, 2 to 7 cts., average 6 cts j Damsons and Plums, 5 cts. j Cherries, 2 to 8 cts. - ) Damp, -sour trait, will bring: only j.half price and not wanted. All pro- jduceto ray must be such as will jcoramand the cash to pay you tot oner. - N. W. BROWN & CO. LADIES Needicg a t;ni or children ho wtnt build in c up. shouid take BROWN S IRO.f BITTERS. It is p.easasi; euros MrJaria. Indipeftl. BuiouaiKa, Liver toarrUiriu and NeuralgB. M OR TG AG K S 7le OF LAND. t I5y virtue of :i mortgage deed execu ted to Alice Montgomery by b. Ii. Ireez and Augusta Breeze fiis wile. and properly recoroed In the office ot r.eiier oi i.)eed ot urane county, in Hook R.. p.ie 2X1. I will to the hihet bidder lor cash at the court nou-e door in llilliboro. on Saturday, November 11th, it3. a tract of land in Little River township, on the water of North Little Rier. adjoining the land? ot Nelson Parker. Thomas Parker and other, and contuinjug Fifty Acres,; i . ..... more or ie p aJe i.m;v.le to satisfy mortgage aru. to pav cot. ) " This uih liv of Oct;. 103. ALICE MONTGOMERY. M ortagee. s EED WHEAT FOR SALE. l.Vj RuheK of Ood Seed Earlv Purp.e btra-w clear of 'ale. THOMAS J. OLDHAM, Oak N. C. eofisiiPfliiof la called the "Father of Diseases." It is caused by a Torpid Liver, and is generally accompanied with LOSS OF APPETITE, SICK HEADACHE, BAD BREATH, Etc. To treat constipation successfully It is a mild laxative and a tonic td the digestive organs. By taking Simmons Liver Begulator you promote digestion, bring on a reg ular habit of body and prevent Biliousness and Indigestion, "My wife was ierely distressed with Constipa tion and coughing, followed with Bleeding Piles. After four months use of Simmons Liver Regulator she is almost entirely relieved, gaining strength nd flesh." W. B. Lewis, Delaware, Ohio. Tahe only the Genuine, Which has on the Wrapper the red 25 Trade mark and Signature of J. H. ZKILIN A GOV LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors, ?rugfilsts. Lippman's Block. SAVANNAH. CA. For sale by W. A. Hayes. CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS. OESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc For Information and free Ftaftdbook write to ML'NS A Co., Stl BuoiuwAT, New Yontr. Oldest bureau for pecurinsr patents tn America. Kvcry ratent taken out ty us is brouplit tieforj the public by a notice given free of charge in the Largest clrjlation of any ycientlfle paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated. No iiitr!lient man should te without It. Weekly, S.'J. Oil a year; flOsix months. Address Ml'NN & CO PL'Uilsuiiiis. 361 Uroadway, Hew York City. p H Y I A N S U AMI UECOMMKMI A Y ' S LIVER H E G U L A T O AND II E A L T H II E S T O U E U Sample Package at all Drugstores. NfCHOES, CONTKACTOIl AND I? TI L D R, "53 A G E N T J in 'Orange. Durham and Person coun ! ties. . GUrfKRIN'G. IRON. STEEL. TIN and PAPER ROOKING, WALL PAPER AND PAINTING, j a p?eirky. i lam now prepared to do all work in i rir?t-e:t! oriler. cheap. atiaction : guaranteed. Estimate- fnrni.hed t,n piculion. Ad.lre-s - GEORGE V. XIUIOLS. Hillsbfjro. '. C. A V . - r. . ' ' A cern-u Car far I '..' nA the tof or uijeaoat of cA-vy.,r .r'A", i4t rTe.i. fiif ,.t. r v11 ESrJStlSi fi ffl? U vnrati 1 CONSTIPATION -el ! JOHN Y.-MacRAE. Vrusuhi ' Sole A--M !ial.ieb V T J Scientific American ri2t ' vsjrfze j r- i w i heat LijD rt hiriLlt. fauul, aUd tsJ pieikst & ' tilth, for :V!y i-te-i to cJuu-. a tTl S OilN W. fill AH A M, AttOrney-at-Law, Hillsboro. N c. Practices in the Auntie- ramce, Caveli. Da-.hr.ni. Person and Orange. (iiii!f,r;; A. w. CI U A HAM, Attorsey-at-I.aw, Oxford. X. C. j Practices in the Counties of (Iran , yille. Orange, Person and Durham. :.TA; MES B. MASON. Atto II X F. Y- A T- L A W , Chapel Hill. X. C. Pi notices in the Counties of Or.v-v Durham and Chatham, ami the Fn!.-r,i Court. Special attention giyvtl to r..'. leetlons and Kevenue Chm-h. WHJ .,". 2-otiate pUlch:i-o :uul f.at-s ot Chawl Hiil real property. C2f"CorrvsH)ndenee solicited. C 1 HEbTKU D. TUKNKU. A TTO It S t Y - A T-1. A W AM T A fK AtlKNT. Kkal Ks J Speeinl attention iven to the CoUee j tion ot Claims Title. Sale ami i'urvh.iw ! oi Keat h.(t:ite. Jiaa? secured it I real estate. Attorney lor N. A. ! Co. at Hillsboro, X. C. upn M; A. pi: IV ATE BOAKDIN'J. I am now better prepared than ever to neceommodate boarders hv the dav" j week ov month. IIKXKV KICHAIIPS FOUTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS , d i w w a. 0 !1akj w!!l !e r4 Colic. Wm or L' 0 Kr. tu. If Foiitz Po-iiT re ti-i !, t.rr. Kii!t7' lowdr wisln-.rc an'pte-. i-ni IU i Hoi t. ro-itea Powdrr til prei r ra (i t rr in fo: ( roui7 i owner ui inrrea tlie pnntar of n ; k Fct7' Fowdprr11! nr or frTf nt !irot cntf to wiilr'i tioivrsan-l utt!rar tniwri. KaTZ' Powih wIll witi. t at:factio. SoiJ every lire. Da.VID E. FOT7T2, Proprietor, s SALTllfiOUE. KD. &TYor sale at Hillsboro by A. Haxcs, Druggist. j For salo by W. A. Hayes. fCURE5 ALL SKIN : AND iBLDDD DI5EA5E5. i'Uf.iitmi. til -iu y. Y. P. ! '7.r:l . """.Er51 MrtrtHm fT lb. c.r.. ct .1 . . ... .m ...sm ei l-f!inin. fU.... i CURES r-V.iP V1'"-1 tirotir. C.-l,. tu, x.f f. p. t 'mi FT,' VH,'r' "4 W,Ur iwH'w, L4'. hot i Titan- r yi'..t s4 Ui o4 tt tm CURES MARIA i . "" f yr-t ct P. r. r., I nOiy fU ftut it For sale by W. A. Hayes. IKST!ST, HilUhoro. N. C. ' r IJt;i1 ooor awc I Have' DruzstoT. D R (J JUNE Offers hU nrofesitional service to tt? citizen-ot HUbboro and mrroundini: Tlutry'. ,xn H promptly att.nd 'Iav or n!S Office red. kuce Ui J ID IM PfllSOII m l?n Iril r 11 IUI IUI h rf r.r.r.N i A cr J e- J )