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ORANGE COUNrY OBSERVER.
SJhhSBO ROUGH , N. C. rjuilSP AY, May 8. 1902. ""SUBSCRIPTION : RATES : - n rear, to be paid in advance, fl.OU Sv months. " " 44 . 50e Hi de months. 25c RATES OF ADVERTISING : . dvertiscments will be inserted tor I 00 per square (one inch) for the first jin'l tity cents foreach subsequent pub lication. . : " TABLE go ut tier n Railway Co. IN EFFECT JUNE 23, 1901. WEST BOUND. No. 11, Mixed, Raleigh and Oreenboro, due at Hillsboro 3:12 a. m. No. 35, Local Passenger, due at Hillsboro 10:25 a. ro. No- 7, Local Passenger, due at Hillsboio 5:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 12, Mixed, Greensboro and Goldsboro, -due at Hillsboro at 2:30 a. m. No. 8, 'Local Passenger, doe Hillsboro 9:12 a. m. No. 36, Local Passenger, due Hillsboro 2:20 p. m. No. 8 makes connection at Dur ham for Richmond. Nos. 63 and 64, Local Freights, due to leave Hillsboro 11:14 a id., daily, except Sunday. Express tor all trains must be at depot one hour before train time. C. G. Pepper, Agent. at at Post Office Hours. Office onens at 8:00 a. m. Closes at 6:30 p. m. Mail soiug Eaet closes 8:45 a. m. and 1:50 p. ra. Mail going West closes 10:00 a. m. and 4:35 p. m. Money order books cloe 4:00 p. m J. Clyde cheek, P. M. The State Universitv., 'The Catalogue ot the University of North Carolioa, just received, by its size and subject matter, indicates the growth of tbat institution. The list of the Faculty includes 58 names and ot ibis total 30 are of profes sional rank. The enrollment of stu dents has reached the large total of 563, exclusive of the Summer School which numbered 92. Of this num. ber, 415 are enrolled in the Coileire. 61 in the Law School, 62 in the Med cal School and 29 in the School of rhrmacy. lhe Catalogue shows satisfactory progress in all phases' of University work. Three uew departments have been created, in Economics, Ro- mauce Languages and Botany. A Frotcssor of lhe English Language has also been added to the instruct ing force.; The Med cal course has been extended to the foil fonr jeavs required tor the completion of ttudy or a degree. At the same time tho Littleton is the seat of the de servedly vopular and flourishing Littleton Female College. President Rhodes, assisted by his wile, the right woman in the right place, and The Orange County Teachers' Association Met in the . court house Friday and Saturday and the programme was carried out. Prot Noble of the a very able corps of teachers, is r State University, condocted the dis bringing the college into the1 very front iine of, our Southern institu tions of learning - - It is veritable hive of workers and more nearly than any institution we have ever known teaiizes Wrs ley's ideal church : ,"A1I at work all the time." And it all goes on smoothly and cheerfully under a cussions, and by his wit and-humor kept every one in good spirits. lorty-i wo teachers weie enrolled,! and all went away well ideased with the discussions and loud iu ineir praisea of Prof. Noble Dr. Venable came from Charlotte to be present on Fiiday. He madej a surrintj speecn declaring tuat thr F J m k wxm '""jr.- ; - wholesome, well regulated discipline, Universitv'was determined to brina and the halo of our holy religion Orange county to the front in public pervades every department of work, schools, pledging himself to help in rvev. J. . lrioriou in it resuyierian any way possible. Standard, Prof. Cobb came Friday ninht and ------- . ( j ' ntVA (ill furnnna i 1 1 iidt r a 1 oil lpPt iiru on the 4 Yellowstone National Fark" to a lartje and appieciatiye audience We believe these meetings ' v. i l do much god and a new day is al ready dawning in North Carolina in public education.' Strong' resolutions were adopted Have yon tried our Java Cof fee? Fancy Grocery Co. Rev. Charles E. Maddry is at-J tending the Southern Baptist Con vention at Asheville. Rev, James E. Gay and son, James, Jr., of High Poiut, are visit ins: relatives in town. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be giveu to children, W. A, Hayes. The Board ot Ooonty Comrr-is sioners, all of the members Chair roan Laws and Commissioners Moiik and Lloyd being presenc spent Monday in disposing of the regular monthly busiues, auditing accounts, SherifT Hughes reports 375 while and 500 negro voters in his county as having failed t ay their poil tax. AVI the negroes are Re publicans, and a good many white Republicans failed to qnaiify them selves by paying their poll tax. Old Orange remains in the Democratic column by a safe majority. Next Sunday being the occasion of the Quarterly Conference at Walnut Grove, Rev. J. T. Draper will not fill his regular appointment in the Methodist church at Hills boro at 11 o'clock. Preaching in this church, Sunday night, May 11, at 8 00 o'clock, and it is quite likely that the Piesiding Elder, Dr. Moore, will preach at that boor. Public cordially invited. Biliousness is a condition char acterized by a disturbance of the di gestive organs. The stomach is de bilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There is a loathing of food, pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, first of the undigested or partly digested food and then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and cre ate a healthy appetite. They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result. For 6ale by W. A, Hayes, Druggist. Prunes, Peaches, Nectarines, Apples. Fancy Grocery Co. j. Very Good Test. The Press has little inclination to advocate the claims of any candidate for office who is loo stingy, too in different, or too unpatriotic to take his own county paper. Such people are likely to make narrow gauge offi cersFranklin Press We heartily indorse the above, and add to that list the candidates for some other offices we have in mind, outside of our county. Don't Start Wrong, Don't start the summer with a lin gering cough or cold. We all know whit a '"summer cold" is. It's the hardest kind to cure. Often it ''hangs on" through the entire sea son. Take it in hand right now. A lew doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right. Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron chitis, all throat and lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts at once, Chil dien like it. "One Minute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ver used," says J. H, Bowles, Groveton, N. 6. 'I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly." YV.A. Hayes, Try our Mixed Pickles, 30 cts. iaart. Fancy Grocery Co. Big iuicv Bartlet Pears. Cali- fornia Pei.ch.es and Cherries. Fancy Grocery Co. A paii of Gold Rimmed Spec tacles were left in the store of the Medical Faculty has been increased Fancy Grocery Co., during March to 23 Professors, Instructors and Court. The owner can . have them Assistants. by applying at this office-and paying thaakinor the leaders for their w-uk Two new buildings have been for this notice. and tff.ms in behalf of public educa added to the material equipment and This is ; to certify that I have tion. in Orange c-'unty a central heaiiig plant has been in- used D. Turner's Chicken Cholera The Association then adjjurned stalled. ; ' v, ,), Cure and fonnd it to be an excellent to meet again in October. . n nrenaration. It cured chickens of ' 1 " ' - 1- '' Lunch Tongue, Chip Beef, ,.i.iar. n ;to ..'loot stao T?x.ar.0f. " Ci earn . of Wheat.' nore and til IV7' IUOU OlWiLn, LftViT Lf L.UU' I Salmon. Fancy Grocery Co. fniiv a J (Zr.rAnn J P nmWn nweet Fancv Grocerv Co. We have it and propose to N. C April 19, 1902. . You never heard of any one keep it something good to eat. The neighbors and friends ot "sing Foley's Honey and Tar and Fancy Grocery Co. Mr. and Mrs.Charles W. Johnston: nt being satisfied. W.A.Hayes. Foley's Honey and Tar is pe- of Chapel Hiil township, will be Mrs. Nathan W. Brown, who culiarly adapted for aothma, bron pleased to know that their daughter, has been visiting relatives iu Greens chitis and hoarseness. W. A. Hayes. M ss ElizJroetb, who was hurl by boro, returned to Hillsboro Satur- Married at the residence of the being thrown from a buggy, near day. I m TTT .1 officiating magistrate in Cedar ivietierrin, va, is now recovering Deputy Marshal A. J. Gordon, Grove township, on Sunday, April and hopes soon to be able to come Deputy .Collector Thomas Vincent 27th, 1902, Mr. John E Dickey to home. " and others captured and destroyed Mfes Rena Wright, by Squire W. L, The Second Quarterly Confer- two large illicit stills with complete McDade. There were many lela ence on"the Hillsboro 'Circuit of the outfits, on the night of April 29th lives ajd triends present and after M. E Church, South, will be held at and the -morning following, 10 miles the ceremony the briday party went Waluut Grove, on Saturday and northeast of Hillpboro, near the Dar- to the residence of Mr. J. G. Dickey, Sunday, May 10-11. All official ham line. Boih stills showel signs father of the groom, where a fine members earnestly requested to at-lot having been in recent ouer&tton dinner which had been prepared by tend business meeting of the Confer- The officers destroyed 3,000 gallons his mother, was very much enjoyed, ence on Saturday morning after the of beer. No arrests. Their many friends extend coograt- sermon. Thousands of children die un der the age of five years. Why ? Physicians attribute it to arious canses, and have a vocabulary of in- numerous- to The Kind 3Tou Have Always Bought, and Vhich has been in ase for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR1A Castor ia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the , Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ' THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 7T MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. MEL. ulations and wish them a long and happy lite. A Revelation. T . B . . 1 I li you win mane inquiry iu win ue tanliie. diseases too ICflaiicl Items. Mr. S. T, Forrest is on the sick list. We hope he will soon be well. After spending a few days with a revelation to you how many suc cumb to kidney or bladder troubles in one torin or another. It the pa tient is not beyond medical aid, Fo ley's Kidney Cure will cure. Iti never disappoints. W. A. Hayes. See advertisement ot Mouey Found. Currant Jllv, Peach Preserves, thu office btrawbeiry t reserven. At JPauoy Co. , Mrs. W. F. Jackson and her little daughter, "lady Maude' have gone to Greensboro to spend a few inotihs with Mrs Jackson's husband, who is in business in thai city. mention. Worms! Worms! Hhn- Ha,tlJLa ,,tai uoic.-uxi. uici- npr'- Tnrlifin Vi mifntro will nil KirkpatHck has returned -to- bis them and rpstorfl thfi child. For wrk in Richmond, Va. sale by W. A, Hayes, Druggist, Mrs. A. W. Jordan and daughter. Miss Annie. left, here last week to Finest Tomatoes, 10 cts. can. her husband at High Poiut, N. Fancy Grocery Co. . C They will make that town their For sale cheap, a second-hand I future home. Pinr in fair condition. An nlv at. I ' PAT. --- ' i k son. x-. iWu.c, Wu,u,Cv, public school of Elm Grove District pernors not to employ or harbor his LjeSSe W Cole's store-will take place on Thursday, May 8tji. This "School has been fortanate.ln. having two excellent teachers, Mr. W, V Andrews and Miss Lizzie Long, and we are not surprised to hear that See advertisement. Try the new remedy for cos tivenes. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every box guaran TXT CJ AH7.-.I. .I I ' ' J api. v. ituerepuun auu w A Hnvps Ufnaist. l:- T XXTu:..-.J ' J ' uib uriguL lime hou, ciaujcB vv uitifu, MiSSe8 Cameron We had the pleas- '.he, Son. !ier" P11" Co0D,:ei;DU?" " lhese caPable tea,lher', i2 them while here. "sn2v"'? m ly f." 't. o r-T trie Doumern rwaiiway win sen rounu trip ticket, to Asheville at the very low rate of one fare tor the round trip. Tickets on sale May 6th to the children have made wonderful On account of the meeting of progress under the instruction of ure of meeting They returned to their borne Greensboro Monday. in What Thist Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food. Tor them Dr. King's New Life Pills woik wooders. They tone and regulate the digestive organs, gently ex Bears tho Sigztatnie Of rpilK SOUTHERN RAILWAY Announces the Opening of the WINTER TOURIST SEASON AND The Placing on Sale of Xx.euriSiioii Tielcets To all prominent points in the SOUTH, SOUTHWEST, WTEST IN DIES, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA, Including St. Augustine, PaJua Beach, Miamr; Jacksonville, Tampa, Port-Tampa, Brunswick, Thomasville, Charles ton, Aiken, Augusta Pine hilrst, Asheville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Mem phis and THE LAND OF THE SKY. FOB sale by - ThB Kind You Have Always Bought MRS. M. L. TAYLOR & SISTER. lOtb inclusive, final -limit May 21st, W y HlLLSBOiiO Market Re except by depositing ticket witn port SPjRING 190S. MILLINERY. all poisons from the system, enrich the blood, improve appetite, make healthv flesh. Only 25c at W. A. tiaye' drug store. iiint crront at Aetiovilla nri n r VipfnrA J"'"' "W n A, May 15th, and on payment of a fee vv "el Per i of fittv cents, an extension of limit 1 uu ' Our New Stock of Spring and ? u may be obtained to and including Co pel oushel ot 0b lbs 8D cts. Summer Millinery has arrived, and ..Perfect Dining ami Sleeping-Car Ser vice oii All Trains. See That Your Ticket Reads VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY, Ask any Ticket Agent for full infor mation, or address R.L.Vernon, F. R. Dakbt; Trav. Pass. Agt. City Pass, and T. AgU . Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, C. ' S. II. IIARDWICK, General Passenger Agent. J. M. Cdlp, VV. A. Turk, Trafliu Manager, A?st. Pass, f raf. Mg'r. Wnsbington, D. C. buy the: How did Wings make out in his debut performance in the new stock comoany, last night ? Finely, to hear him tell it; he says he was called out after every act. So I thought when I met him after the performance could hold J - I -v . i i i i no 11. tie. .Turin 9 1p,n9 Vnr f ho acnammnila. 318, per DQSnei OI iuhm JO Cle. tinn 4,f dplpcTatP Anr fronds nt this Meal, per bushel ot 46 lbs., 90 cts. 3 . I T1. "7 1 ) ,.l n k t ni-liin.-T finn0ntir,n o ano.ial train w hp ro. I .1-4 M l"" H,,l,u' onratPfl Salishurv to Asheville. Bacon hog round 10 to 15 cts. leaving Sal.sbury 7.15 a. m , May Flour, per barrel $4.00 to $5.50. 8th, and arriving at Asheville 11,15 lanow, P puuuu, w - a. m.. same dav. Ask vour aseut Beeswax, per pouna. zu cts. - i -t-. . . j tin fnr ratAfl frnm vnnr fltatinn and all gutter, per DOUUU, W CtB. 1'eas, per bushel, 3i,isd to O Bears the Signature of Didu't Give It: "Willie, did you BeaDS, per bushel, $2 00 to $2.50. je ; he had about all he give Johnny Smith a black eye ?" Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. .Boston Courier. uNo. ma'am." "Are you sure?" Chickens, each, 12 1-2 to 25 cts. 1 - ' . . , . . -r t 1 1 . Yes. ma am. He already had the reatners Jive ueese u cib. per J3 "27 G r The Kind You Have Always Bought A G RAHAM-YEARRY DRUG CO. PURE DRUGS, PURE DRUGS, FRESH DRUGS, ISP Prescriptions a specialty. TOBACCOS, ; CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLES, BRUSHES, COMBS, SOAPS, TOILET POWDERS, DENTAL PREPARATIONS, COLOGNES, RUBBER GOODS. Large supply accommodation just received, Prices new and just right We mean to please you. Come to see us. URAHAM-YEARBY DRUG CO eye, an' I just blacked it 'for him."- Chicago Post. C ASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of pound. Wool washed 25 to '35 cts, per pound. Unwashed Wool, 15 to 20 cts per pound. Coffee, 8 1-8 to 20 ots. per pound. Sugar, 5 1-2 to 6 cts. per pound. All kinds of country produce in food demand. M O N E Y F O U N D O T 1 C E A small sum of money was found in Hillsboro one day last week, lhe owner cmi get the same by applying at this office, giving a satistactory aesenp In compliance with Section 76 of the tion of the money, and paying for this acvciiuc dut, nubiee is nereoy given auveiuscmcui. that we will make application to the This 5th day of May, 1902 isoara ot Commissioners of Orange E County at their meeting on the first u 1 1 Mondav In June. 19C2. for linusp to re- -- tail snirituous liauora in thri town of Mv son. John Thomas Moore, a col Hillsboro, Hillsboro township, Orange orod boy under 21 years of age, having countr. N. C. in Mia 1ion nn the left mv home without my consent, I southwest corner of Kimr and Churton hereby warn all persons not to employ we have now ready for the trade the latest and most desirable style tor Ladies and Children, and at prices to suit everybody. We have a splendid stock of the Most Fashionable Goods in Hats, BonneU, Ribbons, Feathers and Trimmings. A Full Line of Notions, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Jewelry, &c. Public invited to inspect our jiooils. Orders by mail will teceive imme diate attention. MRS. M. L. TAYLOR & SISTER. N OTTCE OF SALE OF LAN u. SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for $20.00. This kind of a machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from $15.00 to $18.O0. WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed fletermines the strength or weakness of Sewing Machines. Th( Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Homo the best Sewing Machine to buy. showing the dif ferent styles or Sewinsr Machine. we manufacture and prices before purchasing Write for CIRCULARS streets in said town. This 30th day of April, 1902. t T. H. SCOGGINS & CO. or harbor the said John Thomas Moore, under penalty of the law. This 5th day oi may, iyua. B. F. MOORE. A1 GENTS WANTED LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE by his son, jtev. Frank uevvut ra: mage and associate editors of Christian Herald. Only book endorsed by lal- AL M INISTJfe ATOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as Administrator upon the estate ot the late VV. C. Tenny, l nereby notify all persons having ciaims against the said estate to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before Anril 25. 1903. or this nntino will "be plead in bar of their reeovp.rv. and all maze family. Enormous profits for persons indebted to said estate will agents who act quickly. Outfit ten prn? aeimmedlate Payment. cents; Write immediately CLARK & oiAprMWH. h co.,222S.4thSt.,Phila.,Pa. Mention Administrator, Winston-Salem, N. C. this Paper, Foley's Honey and Tar bam WER 8A lve ueais lungs ana stops the coagn i xn most nwuna .-- Under ancl bv virtue of the power conferred upon me in a judgim-nt ren dered at the March Term, 1902. of the Superior Court of Orange County i.i an j action entitled "John G. Daily and! Thomas W. Vincent, Executors of S. .J. Crawford, vs. John A; Ba-d and wity Artitia E. ird.' I will, on Mondaj' the 19th day ot May, 1S02, at 12 oV-Iock in., at the court house door in Hillsboro, it being Mouday ot court week, sell t public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, that piece or parcel of land ly ing aud being in Orange County, North Carolina, in Cedar Grove township, de scribed and defined as follows, to-wit : Adjoining the lands of J. H. Tutting tou, VV. A. Bird and others, it being the land on which W. H. Ward lived at the time of his death, bounded as iollows : Rpo-inning at a red oak on the old line : thence north along said line 4 1-3 chains crossing the creek above the old mill place.tu a wmte oaK ; tnence nonu.oi" west 26 1-2 chains to a post oak : thence wesc 45 1 1-2 chains to a hickory lien; ; thence south bv east a straightdine to a post oak ; thence south 15Q wet 35 chains and 37 links to a black oak by the road : thence with W. A. Bird's line south 67s east 8 chains to a post oak; thence south 2 west S chains to the creek ; thence up the creek as it meanders a northeasterly disection 31 chains to an iron wood below the old mill place ; thence eastwardly a direct line to tne beginning, estimated to be One Hundred Acres, be the same more or less, it being the same tiactthatis described in a mortgage deed recorded in Book M at pages 272 and 273 in the office ot the Register of Deeds ot Or ange County. This 3d day of April, 1902. VICTOR S. BRYANT, Commissioner. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE GO. ORANGE, MASS. 28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, I1L, Atlanta, Ga. 3t. Iiouis,Mo., Dallas,Tex.,San Francisco, Cal FOR SALE BY C 52 "'A BO YEAR? EXPERIENCE HrVN--"-? .f 1 Trade Marks irvt, Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketcb and descrtptkm mar oulckly ascertain our opinion free whetber a Invention is probably patentable. Commnnir-rw tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents eent free. Oldest agency for f-ecurin patent. Patents taken through Munn & Co. recelra special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely fllustrated -weekly. T,frsrest rir- f.lUllfl & Co.S6,Brea,lMi- Hew York Branch Office. 625 F SU WsaMnston. D. C. -gXECUTOR'S NO TICK. Having qualified as Executor upon the estate of W. D. Woods, decease-;, notice is given to all peisons indebtc-l to saidfestate to make immediate pa meut to me, and all persons hayimc claims rgainst said estate must preset-& them to the undersigned proper! v authenticated on or before the 3d da.t of March 19G3,'or ibis notice will Lo plead in bar of their recovery. This 3d day of March. 11)02. C. N. WOODS. Executor,