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II I L L S UTJ H O U G It , N . C . SATURDAY. January 25, 1B9- I Entered at the Post Office at JTxIk borouqh, y. C, as second . class matter. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Pnblisber and Owner. The Populist Committee decides to hold its KatioLal Convention at St. Louis Jnly 2'!nd. The National Democratic Execu tive Committee has decided to bold the National Convention at Chicago July 7tb. A short campaign is tbe idea and it seems to be popular.- The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that a wore or abraided silver coin "is legal tender as long as it bears the semblance of coin." Tno decision affirms a judg ment tor 8315 damages against a street car company for rcjecliog a Mick aimo and ejecting tbe parties ofTurin it. There are, acooiding to tbe latest reports, 19.83i.M6 me rubers of churches iu ibo United States. Oi these, G,25r;,033 belong to tbe Ro man aud Greek churches; 4,605,687 to the different Methodist bodies ; 2,894,334 are baptists ; 1,278,332 be long to nor.no Presbyterian church, and 1,199,514 are Lutherans. The Union is now composed of fori y five Stales. Utah making the farty-fift'i. The Senate will now be increased to ninety members. There are now 356 members of the House of Representatives and the admis ion of Utah will increase this num ber to 357, as Utah will have only one Congressman. By Utah's ad mission the vole of the Electoral Collego will bo increased from 444 to 447. Utah's constitution prohib it! polygamy, but It is still prac ticed. The additional star will not be added to the flag nnlil July 4lh, 1896. A number of tobacco manufactur ers of the South met at( Danville on Wednesday, January 15th, 1896, and organised the Southern Tobacco Manufacturers' Association. Tbe re port of tbo committee on objects and aims, as adopted, sets forth "that the objects of the Association shall bo the betterment of our sev eral businesses, mutual protection, interchange of ideas, and tho general good of each and every tobacco man ufacturer in the South " Permanent organization was effected by the t lection of Col. J. S. Carr, of Dur ham, President, five Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer and Execu tive Committee. One of tho expense Items of tho late war, as shown oy tho hooks of tho war department, is'tho 97,031 which it cohI to captarc President J etl'erson Davis. Not a few who read what Mr. Robert Rowl., of Hollands, Va , has to pay below, will remember their own experience under like otroum stances : "Lan winter I bad la grippe which left mo in a low stale of health. I tried numerous remedies, none of which did me any good, un til I was induced to try a bottle of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. The first bottle of it so far relieved me that I was enabled to attend to my work, and tbe second bottle effected cure." For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by W. A. Hayes, Drug gist. Cincinnati Enquirer ! Willie : "Will teacher o to heaven when she die, raa ?" A Mrs. Ferry : "Yes, dear." Willie : "Bot will tbev let her in ?" Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles ? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure ol all Female Complaint, exerting a won derful direct influence in civine strength and tone to tbe organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Consti - patioo, Headache, Faintinc Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable,' Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spoils, Electric Hitters is tbe medi cine yoo need. Health and strength are guaranteed by iu um. Fifty cents aud SI 00 at W. A Ha ves Drug Slate ,Thc Fnrmpr's Mutual IiiMumnoc To tbe farmers and others own ing isolated property m Orange county, I desire to make known that tbe Farmer's Mutual Imornoe was organized in our coonty last August, and some work done, but owing to tbe sickness of tbe agent, Mr. Flem ing, the' work has been delayed ntil now. The agency has passed into tbe bands of K. S. Phipps and C. F. Webster, who have commenced to write op tbe Insurance t Orange coonty. Mr. Phipps having bee tbe agent for Alamance county, and having written up that eounty for about $200,000, he thinks that in two or three mobtbs they will be able to write np $150,000 or $200, 000 of insurance in Orange eounty. All they ask is the help of those who own property who should feel an interest io this plan of insurance, which makes every person taking advantage oi it, sate at actual cost. The following persons were elect ed officers : Matthew Atwater, President. John K. Hughes, Secretary and Treasurer, 3a?L W. Pntchard, Supervisor o Chanel Hill township. D. M. SykesVSope r visor oTUitls boro township. John A. Woods, Supervisor of Ce dar Grove township. Thomas J. Oldham, Supervisor of Bingham township. The Supervisor for Little River township will be appointed as soon as possible. MATTHEW AT WATER, Presideut. Charlotte Observer. It is no longer a secret that Col. Julian S. Carr is out of tbe race for tbe nomination for Governor ibis year. He has said as much to vari ous of bis friends. This is true also, as we are informed and believe, as to ex Governor Thomas M. Holt The cares of business in the case of Col. Carr and the health of ex-Gov ernor Holt account for c these an nouncements. Either of these gen tlemen would make a strong can didate and a business-like executive The Democratic party is rich io gubernatorial material; and with its accustomed sagacity will select candidate who will be worthy of it and worthy of toe honor which l will choose to bestow. More Corn-Let0 Cotton. Manufacturers' Record. It was probably never more im portart than it is at present for the South to reduce tbe acreage of its cotton crop for 1896, and devote in creased attention to the production of foodstuffs. One more year o abundant food crops and redooed cotton acreage wou'.d put tbe South forward to a wonderful extent while a short food supply and large cotton crop would result in serious inpiry to all Southern business inter esls. Outside of the ordinary con ditions which would make this iru portant, the prevailing war fever throughout the world emphasizes its necessity. Should there be war in Europe or America, cotton would quickly feel the effect and prices de cline, while foodstuffs of all kinds would command the highest prices To all reasons which in years past have been advanced tor special at tention to the production of grain fruits, vegetables and provisions, and less attention to cotton, is this year added the world-wide unrest and the unfortunate prospect for war in Europe, which would seriously and quickly lessen the market value of cotton. Increase the .acreage in foodstuffs should be tbe Southern farmer's motto for 1896. Maoy merchants are well aware ibat their customers, are their best friends and take pleasure in supply ing them with the best goods ob tainable. As an inslsnoe we men tion Perry & Cameron, prominent druggists of Flushing, Michigan The say : "We have do hesita tion io recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to oar customers, as it is the best cough medicine we have ever sold, arid always gives satisfaction." For tale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by W. A. liayes, Druggists. Wery Hillsboko Market Ke- FOriT. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., 75 eta. Corn, per bushel ot 56 lbs., 40 cU. Oats, per boshel ot 32 lbs., 35 cts. Meal, per bushel of 46 lbs., 45 eta. Hvjon- hog round 7 to 12 cts. Flour, per barrel, $4.00 to $5 00. Tallow, per pound, 4 to 5 cts. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 15 to 20 cts. Effc. per doxen, 12 1-2 cents. Hides, dry, 3 to 6 cents per pound. Hens, each, 20 to cts. Feathers Live Geese 40 eta. per pound. Wool washed 20 cts. per pound. Unwashed Wool, 10 eta. per pound. Burry Woot 5 cts. per pound, j Coffee, 15 to 25 eta. per pound, 1 Sagar, 5 to 6 eta, per pound. Ssssatraa Bark ot Root, 2 1-2 cts. per pound. All kinds of country produce in good demand. Peas, per boahel, 50 to 75 eta. Beans, per bushel. 60 CU. to $1.00. Apples, per bushel, 60 cts. to $1.00. 4 As required by Section 752 ot the Code, I present "the following item ized Statement t' ExpeudiWTea W 1 year ending Dec 1, 1895 JOHN LAWS, Clerk Board ot Commissioner. ( Continued from last Week) D F Crawford, CSC, cost $ in the following cases : State vs Dee White 4 10 - Kay and Wilson 2 22 ti t U i Holloway & Gilbert 1 55! "HY Harris 320 " Wm Clayton 1 53 M J G Cooley 3 28 " C W Lloyd 2 85 L Bcrch, support 3 00 E freeman, support i UU R Moore, support 1 00 E Mayo, support 1 0Q L Tinnin. support 00 P Williams, support i 5fl G R Collins, support II Durham, support K Ashley, support Tapp child, support A Scarlett, support W-mcefpdP A wbW0sUry 1 00 00 i no t qq 2 00 a 140 60 00 Jno Qoartes, labdr Co Ho D C NcAdams SShanklin M " " 3 00 2 00 60 2 00 2 40 W R Ward, labor Co Ho W Oakley, labor Co Home W W Warren, labor Co Ho McAdams & Thompson ac count for bridge W A Hayes, roed Co Ho D C Parns, roed attend H D Brown, constable 120 25 15 85 15 00 3 00 g 10 00 1 10 36 30 4 00 1 86 2 85 T M Jordan, pauper coffin A F Smith sop of Ashley Jos A Harris, advertising A W Jordan, paoper coffin Hillsboro Ex aup Co Ho Jno McCracken, int on note Jno McCracken, registrar T D Tinnin, J P costs P Williams, support Tapp child, support James Edwards, support G Nichols, support 1 50 1 00 1 00 2 R Moore, support 1 00 s D Dollar, support A F Smith sup for Ashley Q Riley, support S and J Sharp, support D Johnson, support W Golhu, support for sister P Jordan, support N Latta, support II Durham, support G R Collins, support S Morphus, support E Mayo, support N Hall, support D C Parris, attendance at tbe Co Home and jail W W Warren, labor Co Ho Wm Strain, J P costs Geo Laws, paoper coffin M F Ivey, stock fence E L Cooley, J P costs II D Brown, officer costs Smith & Newman, supplies for the County Home D M Laws, jail aocount A S Bar bee, J P costs W A Maddry, Comm'r M W Moore, Comm'r D H Hamilton, Comm'r W A Maddry, stock fence Mrs Taylor, acc't Co Home H R Cheek', wood elk's of 9 50 1 20 95 3 00 15-00 1 63 1 60 38 2S 3 00 6 60 2 95 3 CO 2 00 8 00 2 00 2 00 Jno La ws, clerk, attend and '. part tax lists 12 50 J K Hughes, court acc't 102 50 Jas Riley, wood elk's office 1 00 C C Smith, wood elk's office 100 Jetse Miller, bridge lumber 3 00 E Mayo, suppojt , . .1 00 Total amount expended tor year ending Deo. 1st, ISO", $5,886 33 SUMMARY. General expense account, $2,825 90 Uounty Home, Court account, Outside por. Interest account, Jail account, 820 en 932 17 45$0 234 7 612 69 T. la', $5,885 23 Sources ot revenue. Balance ot taxes 1893 an 1894 and '95, $5,512 41. ' Subject to commissions and drawbacks. eBHBP eaesHsssaa i I her(diy certify that the abovo in a tru .niu.j.kn trom the rrrord of thc?;av - ,Ef' ihe Board of Com missioners. JOHN LAWS. Clerk. Lat Saturday wan the anniver sary of the big snow ot '57 when the train on the North Carolina Rail, road was snow-bound near James town tor several days. The only surviving members of thi rneni ta ble trip are Col. Charles W Brad- fliaw and Mr. rrank Snider, of Charlotte. E VERY BODY LOOKS XICKy In Clothen Dyed by Hie Hnrris Steam Dye Work, RALEIGH, N . C . 7 All order by mail receive promt vrr i 1. Work Gcarantkkd. Vkite For PanTICCI.AR. '"Jr.lMi ami !'iNrNr, STATE NEW. ,Wake Forest College now bas 260 students enrolled, ibis being tbe largest number In the history of the College. It is expected that the number, will reach 275 before long. Raleigh Press-Visitor : Herbert E Norris,-of Holly Spring, one ot our roost prominent citizens planted j last eeason to upland rice 60 acres, I trom which he gathered a crop of about 2J00 bushels, worth at the market price $1 a bushel. Biblical Recorder : That Christian charity is not lacking in North Car olna has been shown lately by tbe responses to tbe appeals for the Cumnock sufferers, more man a score of helpless widows and a hun dred little fatherless children. Dunn Courier; Mr. J. K. Slew n, of Troytille this county, killed a months old that weighed 705 pounds Harnett baa good record on raising 1 l t r - I big bogs. Last year one in tbe unty was killed that webbed 769 B. N. Duke, of Durham, who a year ago offered $5,000 for the ftrec tion ot new buildings at the Oxford Orphan Asylum, provided the Grand Lodge would raise an equal amount, has raised bis conditional gift to $10,000, and a committee composed f W L' Liddell N M Iawreo5e nd N. B Broughton has been ap- pointed to raise the needed sum. The Charlotte Gun Club has learn- G aW afia,nBt dipping ,rds oul le State is being viola- ted almost to the same extent that it was last year. Washington is said to b the marketing place and the Club has engaged an agent there to work up cases. .Numbers ot birds 1 00 go there from Charlotte. For each 8 33 oouviclion the agent brings about he ? aa toget $25, tbo Clob to pay all 2 qq expenses. 3 00 Charlotte N ews : When the train 2 00 for Charlotte stopped at Moore6- 00 vijje lhj8 mornings an lrefei COonty 2 qq man JtMt on and filled up all the va 2 00 canW space in the car. lie had his 1 00 wiffe and a family of filteen children, 150 andSdd licketa for Texas. He sold l. J l. -e 1 i rri iuc uuj; hciuj-w icaving nome. ine family waited at tho Charlotte sta tion tor the noon train and the con gregation of children attracted a good deal oi attention'. Wilmington Messenger : The other day 1,040 inhabitants of North Car olina, living iq three counties, pulled up, packed up, and Emigrated to South Carolina. How is this ? Is not North Carolina a better State than it6 neighbor? We' think so. I hen what takes aw'av so manv away people ? The answer is work. More emigrants went out in one train than immigrants have come in to North Carolina iu tLree months or perhaps longer. 'Cannot be Improved !" So MRS. F. E. BAKER, of Calveston, Tex., SAYS or Ayer's Hair Vigor ' Having used Ayer's Hatr Vigor for years, I find o tliat it keeps my O sealp clean and q tnehairln the best o condition. My 0 mother, now sixty 0 years of age, has O &s fine a head of 2 hair as when she 0 forty, a fact O which she attrib- 5 uies iu 100 01 yer s nair Igor, n o thickens the ttrowth of the hair and O restores ;ray hair to its original color. I cannot see how Litis preparation could be improved." Mrs. F. E. Baseb, Gal- O a a a a a m . t 1 estoD,. Texas. Aycr'o Hair Vigor PREPARED BT DfU. C ATER & CO.. LOWELL MASS. o ooooooooooooooooooooo0j TOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Rv virtue of Ven. Ex.. No. 422. N. L E. Mnjaaley rs. Hattie Y. Wjlium:, to me directed from the Superior Court CUrk of Orange county, I w ill ?ell to the highest bidder for cah on Monday, February 3d, 1S36, at the court houie loor in Hillsboro. a tract of land ia Chajl Hill township, adjoining land o? M. J. W. McCauley, Wm. Womble and others, as the property of Hattie Y. WiUUuDS. The tract contains 83 Acrea, more or l'esa, and o murb of the amr will be old as may be required to sat biy id Ven. Ex. and to pay costs. This 1st day of January. li?x JOHN K. HUGHES. Sheriff of Orang-e' Countv. THIS IS ONE OF HY SPECIALTIES. I , 'me dicin e a? s If you cant get what rnn want in j iyour own town, wnd to JAMES D A rU rr. Th Drues-t. and dealer in j - tKreaud Costly Mtikir.o.: W:lsit.. j ton. i. C Tnousands or women SUFFER UNTOLD KOSfceHi. BRADF1BL.DS REGULATOR, ACTS AO A SPECIFIC Bj Aroxwg to HsaTCiv Actio afl hw Orpa. It causes health to broom, and joy to reign throughout the frame. ... It Never Fails to Regulate wlf feat ten onder J4: tw'.Vlf liSiTTLATOB eh en ao her own cooking. mUHn rr Al BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., AUaU, 6a- n . B. a) n - eteUbydrtffietaet ai.ooperbotua JOHN W. OKA 11 AM. rAUI. C. tlKHIAk. G1 KA1IAM & GKA1IAM, Attokmkys-ai-Law, Hillsboro. N. C. Pnctice In the Counties of Alamance. Caswell. Durham, Oianvlll, Person nrin 1 lyj lg I I ITH IS lJ Lm W U A Iu A rhriMl BY nd b led ,to think you cab g t th beet mad 5 not oe aecrrea dt wiunng -'- . - a t . Jk . m- 1 m m. m finest finiahed and Most Popular for a mere ong. See to It that yon buy from reliable manu facturer that bate gained a reputation by honest and sq uara dealing-, you will then get a Sewing- Machine that is noted the world over for its dura bility. Yon want the one tbat la MsiMt tn manare and is Light Running There is none in the world that can equal in mecnantcai cen traction, durabilitv of working Sns, fineness of finish, beanty appearance, or has as many Improvements as the New Home It has Automatic Tension. Double Peed, alike on both sides of needle pattnttd)y no other has it ; New Stand patent4d driving wheel hinged 6n adjustable centers, thus reducing friction to tbe minimum. WRITE FOR CIRCULARO. THE IE? HOUE SEWIIG 1IACHIKE CO. Omuraa, Uxm, Bobtojt, II iav Vnov Sor&aa, w-T OaTOAGO.at. 8T. l5n7Sto. PuJJP.TMil. FOR SALE BY s ABBAT1I RKADINO. A Weekly Non-Political, Non-fSoeUt-ri&n Paper. .'Determined not to know (tnytliing amon;r you uve tlcsus Clni.-f." oi) ckn rs a rr.AH. SUNDAY-rSf 'HOOl. O'FFHIKIIS AND TKACII V.H, CHRISTIAN KNDKaVOHKKS, KING'S DAUdHTKK, EPWOIM1I l.KAOUKK. AXU ANY OTIIKIt HOD IKS OF CHRISTIAN WORKERS. We want iht names and addresses ol memlMTS oi nl ove f-ocieti-?:, ami to nnv friend will vu a rod-ized list of such we will U'l a ciiv of onr picture (ptpHuI). "How Slowly the Time (ioo." AddiCfB, SAIUiATII RICADINU, 31 Park Row Ni w York. etWIIIAHVa Tor ifafbrmatloa mnA fM n.Mhnk ... MUSN CO.. 961 BioiDwiT, Niw Yoaa. oiitt DQrMD for tmrnriti Mirnti tn a m.H. fwTeiT W!1 UB " trmht befor tb publio by a boUoo glwn free of caaric in taa . . . mm 1 lartcvt rtJrrjlatlon of ny rtnr4fl paper fa th world. Bplendldlf Ulntrttf kTJtITi f. RE YOU A GILLV 1 Yost Are, Don't o Woozy, 13 ut Mlnix MAGDALENE, HOSALIE. BROKEN VOWS, j AH ! SWEETHEART, SWEET MYRTLE LEE, M UST W h PA RT FO R A YE SWEEt MEMORIES OK THE PAST, WHEN YOU WERE A LITTLE BOY, JOHN, h OH! THERE'S BOUND TO BE A GIRL UP IN THE MOON. HXT-rcsr BIS Brotbpm fV, 00,0 LUAK' 5! , Zl ?, .CO 2013 rket slL!et rhi!adelpbia. Pa. ror tale at Htllaboro bv by A. ROSEMOND. A Sdintiflo AmcricAi Agency fwxv OlSION ATIBTa. - PlTUiBMS, SCi Broadway, New York CltT. VTat. ilillfcliovo. selves toj positc Masonic Hall. .?. JpRANK NASH, Attohn et-at-Law. Hillsbor, N. C. Office next door to office near the hotel. Dr. Stru.j M. ATI IS, Attoxet-at-Law, Hillsboro, N. c. : Practices in State ami Fe1eri (Vs Prompt attention to all huM v. cUl attention to Probate busir.. HESTER D. TURNER, ATTOtlNET-AT-I.AW AND tATK AENT. Re al E Special attention fiven to the A. tion of Chiims, Title. Sate ami Pur-hSft of Rral Estate. Loan secure.l utr, real cstatr. Attorney lor Ns A M v Co. at llllliboro. N. C. .00 Ulflill WlfAIV AlTfcAHURah f - . - .. y sties through us for the ttost ncntonous paicct fe, the saeath pteccding. We aeenre tbe beet pstnU for and the object of thii oner t to eacoun(e 'avtr.t-r,u keep track of their bright ideas. At the timt uai wvuk to unnreM opoa tac public the feet that IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, uca as the " car-window" which can be ayt:;j and down without tweaking the panengrr back "asoce-paa,' collar4)onot," "nut-lock." bcnl Hopper, aad a thousand other Tittle thingt that tant any one can find a way of improvn( ; and t)ir unp iaTcaooat are the onea that bnn j largcti return, u Ct author. Try to think of aotacthaig to invent IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patent takca out through us receive ipenal notice ra the National Recorder. published at W,hir.rf D. C, which is the ost newspaper pubtihed in Arrv in the interests of inventors. We furnish a ye scription to this joumaV, free of cost, to all our c!k We also adrertU. free of cost, the invention ech mojA which wins our $150 prise, and hundreds of thouucl, of capias of the "National Recorder." coouinirr 1 sketch of the winner, and a description of hit intra', will be scattered throughout the United State, imm'i capitalists and manufacturers, thus bnngir.j to thti attentioa the Merits of the invention. All coTncauuicaaoas rtfarded strictlf conhdccual Address JOHN WlEODERBURN A. CO.. Solid tore ef Auscrtcaa and Foreign PaUnU, 618 P Street, N. W., Box 383- Washington, D. C. KtftrVMc tatter ethtt I nit jcrn SO-fagt mmAiet, FREE. THE BEST MO IS THE SAFEST INVESTMENT I EVER MADE. There r tinglo retail ehoe etorr tn our Urg eitlea which Mil 2,000 pair of eboa a dy, rnitj a net profit of $2&0,000 a year. We acll ht !-. but we aell a great rnaoy pal re, the clear pt r.t cn oar ladlee', miaaee' and children' ahoea ii at ! ten ceata a fain aad oa our roerni' and boy' htt la centa a pair. We ahall eaUhliib thn? iK,:n li each of the fifty larireat citiea of the V. S , ft" 1 t' ' they aell only 300 pair of ahoea a day thry 3 d earn f525,000 a year. We dhonld be afclo t t yearly dividend of $5.2&aahar, orover ' jr rest, a year on the Investment. W aell the :xk '. '5 a ahare. The price ranit inerltabiy l e mu . tr than $10 a ahare. Nd atock h.-a ever hrta -. leea than thla price, which ia its iar Taluc m k ron-aaaeaaable. Ineorporatrd. C ajiu! t,i.(,' We oaT orer 1,000 atockhoMer, and tL n jn.in ta Increaatng daily. Borneo! 'the principal i:k holdera are : T. a Waliine. K- T. ; I J rmirf. V N.A. IUe4. Jr.. Cb)ck; J. B. CmLb-::. Chi. : Karaaauch, UUl Boca.Ark.i I. If lUrh. Chw f Tamer.ThUa.1 B. Hardin t, N. Y ; K. i Vijf Crwk. M Uk. r. r. Hullftu. Amd. N Y. 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