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HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY, April 9, 1903. PUBLISHBD EVBRY THURSDAY. and Owner I tiV. Immigration figures or about 4,000 more than daring the same period last year Mr.E-C. Beddinefield. of Wake conntv. entered noon ms duties as . . i Corporation Commissioner on April ... ... . I 1st. Mr. Bedd nefield. Democrat, takes the nlace of Dr D. H. Abbott, Rennblican, whose term had ex- pired. So far as we know all the State officers now are Democrats except Justices Montgomery and Douglass of the Sdpreme Court, and they will be retired as sooo as pos sible. A Great Sensation. There was a big sensation in Leesv.ne.Ind., when W. H. Brow, oftbatplBoe was eipeotsd to die, had his lite saved by Dr. King's New - I JJisoovery tor oonsumption. ne writes "I endured insufferable ago- nies from Asthma, but your JMew Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a com plete cure." Similar cures oi Con sumption, Pneumonia, Bronohitis and Grip are numerous. It's the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles. Prioe 50c and 81.00. Guaranteed by W. A. Hayes, Drug gist. Trial bottles free. Conoord Times J Tuesday night about 11 o'clock' Mr. A. J. Yorke was awakened by his cook, who told him there was a Lm-m1-.m - m Aa ia4 .- i r llAnaA Mr, Yorke g?t his pistol and started out to investigate, lie saw some thing which he took to be the bur glar and blazed away at him. He saw the object drop on its kne s be fore him and on investigation found that he had killed a good mule which belonged to a colored man living on his lot and the husband of the cook. The mule wa. dead in a few minutes after be wt.s shot, the ball taking effect in the neotc. The animal was valued at $125. Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough. Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park Ave., Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows : "Oar two children had a severe attack of whooping cough, one of them in the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the nose. We tried everything we heard of without getting relief We then called in our family doctor who prescribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With the very first dose they began to improve and wo feel that it has saved their lives" Refuse sub stitutes. W. A. Hayes. Burlington News. Sometime ago Mr. R. L. Holt, be lieving that the hawks in his section were destroying the partridges and other game birds, bought three dozen steel traps and gave them out to the farmers in his neighborhood with instructions that they set them on tall poles or on trees where the hawks were seen to alight. These traps were set about the first of the year, and up to the present 82 hawks and several big owls have been caught. Due Notice Is Served. Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pare, unadulterated witch hazel. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to any other treat roent. and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits. Those persons who get the genuine De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are never disappoiuted. because it cures. W. A. Hayes. Wilmington Star.; ueo. Miles pronouncr.8 a machine gnn,. the invention of a Cleveland, Ohio, man the deadliest gun he ever saw. It discharges twenty -five one pound projectiles at one poll of the trigger, aud can discharge 800 shots a minite. This Un-rt one of the not" guns the War Department is distributing, but wouldn't it be a daisy peaoe-preserver ? Bears tie ThB Kind Yo'i Haw Always Bougjtf OI1U Y luat IIUIUIKiauvu to mvivwiug , UUIU bCI . UU BOCIUK v . vuwir - l i . . r , in snitA nf tha mnal Rt.rip.tnpRR of in- to brins him to earth again, ana KrMirvlif. In hfi house, said that there mediate reiiei in an cases oi you r.": Aae nt nM, mftkfi him Irnow his nlace. f u . n nr nf Croup and LaOrippe because it d tC jm . LL. .L v.. -11 nt not pass immediately into the r'S,10.,.1. r-. iMBinw uru '..rrrrvUWhnt takes effect liebtatthe iuarcD, y.ioi. lmmigrsniB arneu, a jjemonstbation of vv uai one nve saiton wi. ueu - jr ED XT C A TETED tf&ATE 1 1 Friends, if there are any 16 year old boys of your acquaintance that cannot read and write, try to im press opon them the importance of seeking an education, l ney wiu do 21 vears tearp old in 1908 and it they cannot read they cannot vote. - M ' lhfe Pt l and write ' then, Aberdeen Telegram. This business of appointing ne eroes to office and dining with them, may mane n easy wr 1 i . - .v. . Uflnnhli I can party in some of the Northern States ; bnt it is matting it tongn on me negro iu me ouuiu. n take very much of that kind of busi ness to make a negro think that a white man is nearly as good as he is, if he behaves himself. When a Chamberlain's Colic. Chol era and Diarrhoea Rem edt Can Do. "One of our customers, a highly resoeoted citizen oi vnis piace, uau . ... r i :t been for ten years a sufferer from . .. . .. TTT1 3 ML chronic diarrnoea," wrues .vaiaen as Martin, druggists, ot Jiinterprise, Ala. "He had used various patent preparations and Deen treatea oy physicians wunoui any permanent benefit. A few months ago be com menoed taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Retnedyand in a short time was entirely cured. Many citizens of Enterprise who know the gentleman will testify to LIIO irUlUlUlIlCBH Ul iUIB DlBWUiVUl, n-p a . 1 or Ba.e o, .o, .rKB.... o I . mm I Raleigh Christian Ad voeate.j Vt is romored that the County CJommisRioners will refuse distillery hino tn the towns of Shore and I fTTn mi T i A . M.L.AI. I Williams. The Legislature which incorporated these towns in order that they might have distilleries would think it a pity if this, their special work, should come to naught. Makes A Clean Sweep. There's nothing like doing a thing . i i rt -ii ji l tnorongmy. yi mj jruu all ever heard of, Bocklen's Arnica -. . . . T. Salve is toe nest, it sweeps away and cures Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Ulce s, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only -20c, and guar- ??teed ftive satisfaction by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. There are now 132 convicts in the penitentiary at Raleigh. All told there are 850 State convicts, of whom 200 are on the State farm on the Roanoke river, known as Cale donia Farm. The brick-making plant at the penitentiary will be in operation by the end of April. o You Know What You Are Taking When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the . formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and riaa--v-. tM a 4m aImmm IU I lor ill a r cn negro gets mat muu ut ioiuS w with Devoe .Lead ana mc. ine m mr I a it. .i S AAltnr An I . . . i i- , . - j .'h -.iinn or ine iroauiu. it ursws u-k vuo vu.u.uc iu a baowicoo lumi. viI.n. The r flk tno crrnat fnr nv Cure, NO Pay. 50o. Treasurer tt. Rosenthal, of the Uxtord Orphanage, says that ma- chinery is now being placed in the new sash and blind laotory there. The brick buildings for the printing establishment and the laundry are nearly completed. o Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors by Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs. If taken in time it will prevent an attaok of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. W. A. Hayes. o A anion passenger station for Winston-Salem is assured. The Nor folk and Western has agreed to join the Southern. A handsome depot will be ereoted this spring. - o CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Vee 1 In time. Sold by druggists. S3 Weekly Hillsboro Market Re port. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., 80 to 90 cts. Corn, pet bnshel of 56 lbs., 65 cts. Oats, per bushel of 32 lbs., 60 cts. Meal, per bushel of 46 lbs., 75 cts. Pork, 7 1-2 cts per pound. Bacon hog round 12 1-2 to 15 cts. Flonr, per barrel 84.00 to $5.50. Tallow, per pound, 4 to - cts. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 20 cts. Eggs, per dozen, 12 12 cts. lJeas, per bushel, $1,25 to $1.75. Beans, per bushel, $2 00 to $2.50. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. Chickens, each, 10 to 25 cts. Feathers Lave Ueese 40 cts. per pound. . vr oot wasnea z 10 oo cts. per pound. rv mmm km- . unwasned wool, lo- to 20 cts per pouna. Coffee, 8 1-3 to 20 cts. per ponnd. Sugar, 5 to 6 cts. per pound. All kinds ot country produce in good demand. LETTER TO MR. E. L COOLET. Dear Sir : There are two sorts of furniture. Yoa know both ?,for yon sell 'em both. One sort looks bet ter than it is, and the other is better than it looks. The same, two sorts of paiot, no l Lm Vv 1 " more; ana we ui" ow uuiu-wb make tons of stuff that isn't worth its freight. Belongs to the business von have to. Bnt this is asiae. we pnv . - . ITT m Into cans. WItn our name uu n, iu - . - AM : k WtW9 " vt a-.nt tiere 8 in the world : jjevoe ieaa ana ino. ikbb - t 1 . I . fewer gaiion8 than mixed paints, anj it weaiB twice as long as lead Md oil. C. O. Brown & Bro., Colombia, S. U., write : . Mr. U. U. .Brown impiojBU u t.- per encea paimer ,u uv-- i t a a 3 Vsi ft a1 I rW was aone ce reiuruou -u- --.-5oxW kit and about as much more in open vessels. Other painters who have the same experience . . -v I w iLii !, -Lr c w l Lead and Zinc. I- Tours truly, F. W. DEVOE & CO., New York. P. S. Parks & Hedgpeth sell this yam.. Memorial Day Exer- Durham Sun. Memorial Day, the 10th of May, fftlla thin vear on Snndav. The Plinrvtnti TlAriYh4oia TT thfl . Eii. biM m ii K.mu. n SinrdT. rj - fl General Julian S. Carr IVI 1-4 m PiIHri!INttN I J 1 1 Lla LU1 U u V . colli .Alivor thn ndr-maa. Tho JnmfiS I wilf delive. the addres8. The James rr era nt r.no -,r-j m i tt:ii :n v.u Memorial Exercises on Monday, the 11th. General Julian S. Carr will I deliver the address there also. Chronic Bronchitis Cured. "For ten years I had chronic hrnnnfiitia an Vtar. that At. timpn T ar)QA not fleaj- hnite fl whisner " -r . - ' r writefl M- j08eDh Coffman. oi Mont- morenoi, Ind, "I tried all remedies ttf,a;iui.io .nt -xntH A nrnoa T?Ar. tonately my employer suggested that x t Foley's Honey and Tar. Tta aflFW txraa olmnst. mirannlnm onrl U amnow carea of the disease. 1 On my recommendation many people have used Foley's Honey and Tar, and always with satisfaction.'1 W A. Hayes. o President Roosevelt left irr-.u I IT UBU-1 ington on April 1st tor his western trip. The train was one of the finest ever ran oat of Washington, The r resident's trip will continue from April 1st to Joae 5th niue weeks and three days. Daring that time be will travel 14,000 miles. o Too Great a Risk. A reliable remedy for bowel com- laint8 8hoold alwJ be kc t - . one to take. Chamberlain's noli Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ! never fails and when reduced with water is pleasant to take. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Wilson Times. The tobacco plants our farmers say are plentiful and two Weeks earlier than usual and are growing so rapidly they will push the farmers to set them oot. For liver troables and constipation lnere s nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers, the fa moos little pills They always effect a care and save doctor bills T Little Early Risers are different from all other pilR Tbev do not weaKcu me sysiem. Dot act as a i . . . . tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to the full performance of its functions naturally. W. A. Hayes. ' ' NOT If ANY TRUST Many newspapers have lately given ur$nc to reports by irresponsible parties to thee-Te that THE NEV HOME SEWING MACHINE C bad entered a trust or combination;; we wit to assure the nubile that there in ma -. i luch reports. We have been manufkcturiij ewing maenrnes ror over a quarter of a centv ry, and have established a reputation for oo: lelves and our machines that is the envy of a others. Our "iVew Home" machine hi never been rivaled as a family machine. I itands at the head of all High Grade sewin machines, and stands on its mm merits. The " New JTame" is the otsly reall IIIGU GIIAMS Sewing Haehinm O on the market, '- It is not necessary for us to enter into a trui to save our credit or pay any debts as we hai ao debts to pay. We have never entered int ompetition with manufacturers of low grad meap machines that are made to sell regan .ess of ay Intrinsic merits. Do not be di Jeived, when you want a sewing machine don lend your money away from home ; call on Xew Home" Dealer 9 he can sell you etter machine for less than you can purchaa ilsewhere. If there is no dealer near yov write direct to us. THE NEW HOME SEVIMO MACHlilE CI ORAN0E, IVI AOS. FlShZ llL st- Mo., Atlai . Ga., Dallas, Tex., SanPrancisco, CaL BANNER SALVE th most healing sahre in the world. A Chattanooga URuaaiBT s Statement. Rob't J. Miller, Proprietor of the Read House Drug Store of Chatta nooga, Tenn writes : "There is more merit in roiey s jquubt Tar than in any other cougn syrup. The calls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined." W . A, Hayes. ? Newton Enterprise. Ha farmers are del is h ted with wupa nrosnects. It is out ot danger -- 0fflv and is crowing by leaps and bounds. The fields present a most attractive appearance. roe oniy danger n0w is a severe freeze o GOOD FOR CHILDREN. , n,MUnt to lake aod harmless One Minute uougn uure '- . f m m I gives im- gh, oes stom-1 seat in- , ,una nnA nammauuu, uCa. auu ow. j " ,rri?:: lungs .to contribute pure life-giving onn iiTaiiiisiuiiiiiiiJ in vuiiii lu liid life-sustaining oxygei blood and tissues. . W. A. Hayes. w w - iw'J'S. 1903. SPRING STJMMliaiC. MILLINERY. Our New Stook of Spring and Smmor Millinprv lm arrived, nnd we have now ready for the trade the latest and most desirable styles for i - aaies anu uimreu, uu . FcB to sun every Doay. W .. a splendid stook of the Most Fashionable Goods in Hatsi Bonnets, Ribbons, em noons, .reamers anu lrimmmgS A Full Line of Notions, Ladies' DreRH TrimminffS. Jewelrv. &c, a i: x .L v a. .-.. MH A nice line of the latest styles in Tab Belts and Shirt Waist Sets for Ladies. ' irnbuc invited to Inspect our goods. Orders by mail will receive imme diate attention. MRS. M. L. TAYLOR & SISTER. Weafe Hearts Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indiges tion. It is a scientific lact that all oases of heart disease, not organic, are not only traceable to. but are the direct result of indi gestion. All food taken into the stomach Which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach, puffing it tip against the U.-r Th? IntArferiM- with thm aMtnn a the heart, and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. . Mr. D. Kauble, of Nevada, O., says: I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with it. 1 took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about fear taonths and It cured mo. Kodol Digests What You Bat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure. ' . Bottles only. $ 1 .00 Size holding VA tittles the trial size, which sells for 50c Prepared by B. O. DeWITT & QOM OHlOAOa W. A. HAYES. octfaiion to tfte your Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medi- cine and am pleased to say that I never used anything for stock that gave half as good satisfaction. 1 heartily recom mend it to all owners of stock. J. B. BELSHER, St, Louis, Mo. Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock food any more than sick persons should expect to be cared ny food. When your stock and poultry ars sick give them med icine. Don't stuff them with worth less stock foods. Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the animal will be cured, if it be possi ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine1 ttnloads the bowels and stirs up the' torpid liver. It cures every malady of stock if taken in time. Secure a 25-cent can of Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine and it will pay for itself ten times over. Horses work better. Cows give more milk. Hogs" gain flesh. And hens lay more eggs It solves the Sroblem of making as much blood, esh and energy as possible xrat of the smallest amount of food con sumed. Buy a can from your dealer; 11 have had occasion to tfte your ) TSe OW Standard GiTV has stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales over One and a of merit appeal I Enclosed witA every bottle Robbed -The Grave. A startling incident is narrated by ( John Oliver, of Pnuadelpnia, as fol lows : "I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continu ally in baok and sides, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three physioians bad given oe op. Then I was advised to tide Electric Bit ters; to my great joy, the first bot- tie made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim." -No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed, at W. A. Hayes1 drug store. o Monroe Journal. Mr. P. C Stinson, of Vance town ship, says he has heard his father say that ha had seen wheat in the shock - 1 flT.t -.- . , in the fields years ago on tne utn oi May while cn his way to ''general master. Mr. Stinson thinks tnat unless we have some bad weather we will have wheat to out in this conntv in Mav this vear. m m m! ., o A Prominent Minister Recom mends Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Rev. Francis J. Davidson, paster of the St. Matthew Baptist churob and President of the Third District Baptist Association, 2731 Seoond St., New Orleans, writes as follows : "I have need Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for : J3 ..5. SH aL . m.MM V mmpI MP u pu m tu- -WHh uu1 found it excellent. It is in fact the best cramp and colic remedy I have ever used. Also several of my pa-1 rishoners have used it with equally satisactory results." For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. TH E SIGN OF GOOD TAILORING Here is the great Oak- Easel now on display at our store. It contains the line of beautiful riew spring tailoring samples sent us by STRAUSS BROS , Chicago Good Tailors fof 26 Years The Oak-Hasel is the connecting link between the tailor and the faultlessly fin ished garments which give you so much pleasure to wear. It's really a lesson in good clothes buying to see this great collection of tailoring novelties. "rloos low and setlsfo tlon aJbsolutely guo-r Anteod. Ctt.Il a&6r. 0. .Sc JB. Forrest.! R. PARISH HAVING rroVio 1 1 intorost. in tt& Vy bought stcck ot his brother H. L. Parish, will continue the business at his Old stand on King street, the style of the firm remaining H. L. Parish. .. ...... ...... ... BC . Xi . P A ft I 8 H . We have enlarged ottr stock and have just received a nice line ot DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Our Hats and Shoes are especially srood. We sell the world renowned "Battle Axe" Shoes. . Also "Jefferson and "Old Dominion" Hats. Come and see them. We can lit you and please you. We make a specialty of flour. Only merchants in town carrying Ballard .? "OUellsk," the best flour, made trom finest Kentucky wheat. Try it. You will ase no other. We sell New York State Salt in sacks. Also everything in hardware. Our line of Cigars I You know them. "Ctfbanola," "Black . Poodle," "Assto-? rettes," "Frsraklin," "Sporting Club," and also Cheroots, 01d Virginia,w' "Virginia Beauties"' and "Pinkin." Best line of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. Our 8 and 10 cents Coffee is a hustlers Also Molasses 25 to 60 cents - per gallon. Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods; Pickles 5 cents a bottle. Full Creanr Cheese. In fact, everything good. Remember we pay the highest mar ket price for Country Produce. Besides our Fancy and Heavy Groce ries, we sell everything in General Jifer chandise. We have the contract for School Books; viz : Readers, Histories, Geogra phies and Grammars. Also Vertical Copy Books. - Come to see us t H. L. PARISH. Half Million bottles. Does tftis record to yon ? Wo Core, Wo Pay. 50c. is a Tea Cent Package of GROVE'S tDOBERT C. STRUDWICK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR At LAW, f IIS Court Square, GREENSBORO, N. C. "JJIRANK NASH, ATTORNET-ATLAWi Hillsboro, Hi C. Office next door to Dr. Strtadii.i. office hear the hotel. v' .A.. W. GRAHAM, Attorney-a t Law, Oxford, N. C. Will practice in the Courts 61 Or- Pronri . nnfhom anil flranvtll. .o0'. rC0a r " "r.r7 w""""e ana ifc M. GATTIS, ATTORNET-AT-LA rT, Hillsboro, N. C. Practices in State and Federal rwi. Prompt attention to all business. SDe; cial attention to Probate business. JOHN W. GUAHAM. PAUL C. QRAbTI.1 " RAH AM & GRAHAM. Af TORNEYS-AtftAW, Hillsboro. K. C. Practice In the Counties of Alamn. I f In ovn f3& i- vI1 1 a -- i-- J --v 7 - . " " D R. S. SPURG350K, Dentist, Hillsboro, N C. ISOfflce On Churfoh street nvnt Parks & fledgpeth's tftirhitnre Store. YTILLlAM J. MiLlitCR, s FDRNlSllfiTt Affb UftfcEBtAKER, CaldWell institute, N. C, Keeps oh hand a good stock of Cof fins, Caskets, &c, stt prices as low as tH lowest. Has a Ime Hearse, and all on ders in the undertaking line will re. ceive prompt attention. AVING PURCHASED Tflii STOCK OF DRUGS FROll the Graham-Yearby Drug Co., I will continue the business and take this- means oi soliciting a share' of the public patronage. PUiEDRtJGS, PUKfiDRUQS FRESH DRUGS, 5Frescription8 a specialty, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, TOILEtf ARflCLES, BRtJSfiES, COMBS, SOAV&, fOILET POWDERS, DENIAL PREIAltATION COLOGNES, RUBBER GOODS. ET FRESH GARDEN .SEEDS. Come to Bee me at Hooker'fl.oH stand on Churton Street. C D, JONfiS, Druggist, Hillsboro, iT. C. Foley's Kidney Cute makes kidneys And bladder right Trade Mark HrsiGNS C6fYI-OHT8 m-wmm, AmMnv a. Vti1l snd deflCrfptlon tnlcklr ascertain Oar opinion ftee whether InTntion Is probWy patentable. MonsirWctlyconliaMttlaL HMidbopKon PatOT eat free. Oldest eney f or sewiriMtew. Patenu taken torbngh Munn Co. rece tpteUU notice, without charge. La tb Sdtntim Jltnerlcatt. A hand-omely Ulxistfl-Ud wceklr. "Lt3 caution of any dentlflo lournaJ. Tefi,. year j four months, fl. Bold hy all pewsdeai r.iunn s cotJiewB Branch Office. e 1" BU Washington. Foley's Honey and Tsf teals lungs mid stops the co& 1 CLACK ROOT LIVER. PILLS. KKA1f 50 YEAR , tr EXPERIENCE (MM