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ORANQE COUNTY OBSERVER.
HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY, Feb. 16, 196?- f Published Ever Thursday. 'JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. The Agricultural and Mechanical College at Raleigh has been placed by the United States officials on what is known as the approved list, so that its graduate in engineering are eligible 'for nation appoint ments as engineers, without standing further examinations. It is stated that the rabbit season closed in Chatham county on the :31ttof January though we did not know it ever closed and that du ring its continuance, 40,000 rabbits, which sold at an average of S cents apiece or ior a total of 3,200, were shipped from Siier'City alone, with no reoorta from the other railroad stations in the county. What a de mand there roust have been tor lautopeptin in Raleigh this winter Chirlotte Observer. Just like the Charlotte Observer. J hat paper is always calling corn whiskey by pe names. Now it calls it Iactopeptin Fraud Exposed. A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell irai -tations of Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, Coughs and 'Colds, and other medicines, thereby defrauding the public. This is to 'warn vou to beware of such people who seek to profit, through stealing the reDutation of remedies which have been ucoespfolly cnrwsr dis "ease, for over 35 years A sure pro tection, to you, is our name on the wrapper. Look for it, on all Dr. King's, or Bucklen's remedies, as all others are mere imitations. H E. BUCKLEN & CO., Chicago, 111., and Windsor, Canada. The Insane ITirst. Sta'.esville Landmark. 1 A bill has been introduced in the Legislature appropriating $50,000 ior ihe support ot the University and 850,000 for a new building there. The State Normal College and the A. & M. College, at Ral eigh, will probably ak tor in the neighborhood of $200,000 each The Landmark is proud ot these institu tions aod proud of the work they are doing for North Carolina. But the State hospitals tor the insane should first be provided for. When these are given what is necessary tor them to have to care for the unfor tunates ot the Slate, and the other charitable institutions and the public scboolei are properly provided for, then the State institutions tor higher education should come in tor what ever can be given Ihem. But the insane first by all means. A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fie at tlirtVtt.iu ttio hraauv rwirli ' tF strmit. which sounds like the children's death knell and it means dea'h on less something i3 done quickly. Fo ley s tloney and lar never tails to give instant relief and quickly cure the worst forms of croup. Mrs P. L. Cordier, of Manninton, Ky., Writes : "My three year old girl had a severe case of croup ; the doctor said she could not live. I got a bot ue oi ioieys Money and lar, tne first dose gae quick relief and saved her life." lie! use substitutes. C D. Jones. There is no reason why that Ver mont woman should not hang, other than that she is a woman, but that should be sufficient "--Durham Her ald. Yes, that is reason enough nanging is monstrous po r use to put even a man to, though a great many more ot them should be hantr ed than are. But as io hanging a womsn way with tin thought!' Charlotte Observer 1 here 8 a pretty girl in an Alprhe hat, A sweeter girl with a sailor brim, Jbut the haudoomest girl you'll ever see. Is the sensible girl who Uses Rocky Ikff a m v v mountain lea W. A. Hayes. The trouble with mot of our re m m rm m 1 M. 1V,U,B w "iat we are more anxious to remove the things that offend our taste than we are to get rid ot those luai iorm another's temptations. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the Signature of. At aaMaMmMMaMMMTaSSaEaS The War Between Rna- ' siet cmfl-Xapo,ii. ProgreBBive Farmer and Cotton Plant, February 7 J This week marks the ending ol firat. vr ol me war ueiwecu elve month. Rnoaia and Jaoan. 1 w : . i- .i.nnnia-hpcr!in nff Port Ar ,h,.rPnrt Aitbnr which Uhe Ja panese had won trom China in iy, but which the Powers bad forced them to give up In reuruarKknowjedge iQfii. not one can in a huudrea would have predicted for the little brtjwo 1meni8uch success as 'they have had. But they have paid a fearlul price. In our daily papers we have read the story of "a iege destined to become memorable in listory, To understand how fierce t. - . .r-t-h I oln this brief summing op " trom comers J U O w V - - - - i Weekly: "The Japanese fired two mouBanu tons nf Khl s into fort Arthur over thirty million dollars' worm. It cost the Russians as much in powder and shot to defend them selves. Forty millidn bullets were discharged during the sieue Seven- tv-five thousand men a.ea tcere, aim J . CP J fully three times that many sunereu irom wounds The death ot every man cost bis weight in metal. Every gun fired over twenty times its own wetem," o v A Thousand Dollars ihbown Away. Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Ne j., writes : My wife had lung irotible tor over titteen years We tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any .11 CM 1 r si T 1st ait renei. one wa vij iww all hope, when a friend suggested tryine Foley's Honev and Tai r,W t I did ; and thanks be to this great remedv. it saved her life. She is stronger and enjoys better health than she has ever known in ten years. We shall never be without Foley's Honey and Tar and would ask those afflicted to try it." C. D.j J ones. Charlotte Observer, The Gaston county man who pre sented a bill of 825 to the County Commissioners lor taking from a pond ao inmate from the County Home should communicate with the custodian of the Carnegie hero fond since the local authorities have failed I to cough up. I Grave Trouble Foreseen. It needs bat little foresight, to I tell, that when your Btomach and iver are badly affected, grave iron ble is ahead, uuless vou take the proper medicine for your disease, as Mrs. John A. Youu, ot Ulay, JN. Y., did. She says : "I ha'dxrieuralgia of the liver and stomach, my heart was weakened, aud I couldinol eat. I was very bad off for a long time, but id Electric Bitters, 1 iound juet what I needed, for they quickly re-1 ieved and cured roe." Best medi cine for weak women, bold under guarantee by W. A. Hayes, Drug gist, at 50o a bottle. I Wilmington Star. Once upon a lime a man went in to business, put his stock of good- i it in a navK ro m irouiing on an atie aud even refused tj put up a sign. Of course it is agreed thai the fooi itih man didn't make his salt but tuanv a man who is Irvine to d business without taking advantage ot the opportunity to aaverlise comes very uearly having a Store it a back room on an alley aud without a sign of puh in his bustuess. o It makes no difference how maij medicines have failed td cure you, it you are troubled with headache, con hit iiiO.? mn LrinriLtV r huxii trnn.la Hollister's Uocky Mountain Tea will make you well. W. A. Hayes. -o Edward erell Male siys : "Never bear more than ohe kiud of trouble at a time Soui peop e oear three kinds all tbey have had. ali l.ey have now, aud ail they ex pect to have." o Ihe iuot reliable preparation! fr kidney troubles ou the market i. boiey's Kidney Cure. C. D. Jones gALJS OF VALUABLE PEOP- ERTY. Orr Monday, March 6, 1905, at the court Lrotrse door iu Hillsboro, in obe iiem-e 1 m order ot the Superioi (Jonrt in special proceeding ot Charles Straynorn and others Ex Pirtc, I will offer I of" sale Lots No's Ul, and 85 in plot ot town ot Uilbtro, Ot about one acre eah, and a'sO' a tract of latuu ot about 42 acres adjoining lauds of Wiley UuteS; William Andrews, Airthoii Caldwel.'s heirs, Klizabeth Gales1 heiis? and VV. P. Koberts, in Qrknge coiflity. Terms of sale : One-'tnrird cash and balance at 6 and 12 mouths with inter est from day ot sate orr deferred pay ments. Thi3 30th day of January, 19D5I CHAKLEsi tft'KAYHOKN, Commissioner. OUTOR'S If O ? I'Ctf. Having qualified aS Executor o; fames ,B. Daniel, deceased",- air person inde ted to said estate are nerebjr noti lieu to make immediate payment, an ill claims against the same artist be ex hibitpd to the undersigned on or befor the 6th day ot Jan., 1906, or this nc tiee will be plead in bar of their ri covery. This nth day of January, 1905. JOHN THOMPSON, : Executor. JL.etter to M. Hillsboro, N. 0 Dear Sir : Here's something every painter antTbuilder ought Ho know. Mr. -J. rJ. 'Hall, Sheffield, Pa . Panted two houses, 0 years ago, Last lead and oil ; took 40 gallons. Kb-ear.' he painted Devoe boogbt 4U gallons ; bad 10 left u one ()f thousands. rl'ne is gelling apoot picnj generally, that Devoe goes further than anything else,' Have you iound it out in yont own experience ? V'"'" How roueh fu tber ? Suppose a 6b amounts to 10,000 equate feet ; how much .lefo Devoe could you boy ? : ; Is it as easy to paint ?r- Does it cost any more or less to put on by th trallnn than anvthinsT else ? how o much ? V If it costs no more to put on Devoe by the gallon, it costs less by ihe toot, vou know : for the gallon does norefeet. 'How much less, do von find H. tor wages ? T.ft-i n. sa'v. twice as loue;; that is the owner's gain : but perhaps you reckon it Vours : some" dt. The tims when tnat coires in, is when he gives oot the next job. Who gets it ( Yours truly, F. W. DEVO&iiSsiiDb. 58 P. S Parks & Hedgpeth Bell our paiut. o Poisons in Food. Perhaus you don't realize that many pain poisons originate in you hllt Am. jftV vol mftv reel feel a 7 ' f dy that will co con Wince you. Dr. King's tfew Li you, ur. rung s ixew L.iie Pills are guaraoteed to cure all sick ness due to poisons of undigested food or money back. 25c at W. AHayes' Drugstore. Try them. '. o XCbarlotte Observer. fllgh Point has lolly demonstra ted that there is at least one place that can pull off a banquet without having recourse to the cup which both cheers and inebriates. Kidney complaint kills more people tbau anv other disease. This j8 ,lue to the disease beios soiinsid- a0us that it gets a good hold on the system before it is recognized, r o ley's Kiducy Cure will prevent the development of faial disease it taken iQ time. CD: J ones. . tWilmiugton Star. It is announced that the orisina tor of the cake walk is dying. ''The mills of the gods grind plow," but the right man gets into the hopper soon or late. Beautiful eyes and handsomeiaae are eloquent commendations Bright eyes ire windows to woman s heart Hollister's Rosky Mountain Tea makes bright eyes. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. ' Wood's Grass AITS Clover Seeds. For clean fields and clean crops, Sow Wood's Trade Mark Seeds, the best qualities obtainable. Wood's Seed Book gives the fullest information about Grasses and Clovers, best time and methods of seeding, kinds best adapted to different soils, quan tities to seed per acre, best com binations for hay or pasturage, and much other information of the greatest value to every farmer. Wood's Seed Book is mailed free on re quest. Write for it, and Special Price List of Farm Seeds. ; ' T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, tiCHBOND, - VIRBlKfA.; WOOD'S SEEpS GRAND PRIZE Toiifr 1 904. 60LDUEDAL - PARI 1900. NOTIN ANYTRUSI Many newspaiers have lately given current to reports by irresponsible parties to the effe that - jj THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE G had entered a trust or combination'; we wf to assure the public that there ts n4rtruth luch reports. We have been manufacturiu leWing machines for over a quarter of a cent) ry, and have established a reputation for ou lelves and our machines that is the envy of a others. Our "New Home" machine hi never been rivaled as a family machine. itands at the head of all High Grade sewin machines, and stands on Its otcn merits; The "Aetv name' is theonl rehll IIIGII GUADE Setcitig Machin O on the market. It is not necessary for us to enter into a trtt k save our credit or pay any debts as we hat ao debts to pay. We have never entered hit iompetition with manufacturers of low grad ;heap machines that are made to sell regan ess of any intripsic merits. Do not be d Jeiyedi when you want a sewirtg machine don lend' your money away from' home; call on 4 New Home" Healer, he can sell you setter machine for less than you can purchat ilsewhere. If there is no dealer near ydV write direct to ns. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CI ORANGE, MAis. Sekh,WSlitl;'Jt;WiMo., Atlaf' ta, Ga,, DallaTex.,' San-Francisco, Cat f Foley9 s Honey and1 Tilt for chtldren,safe,sure. No opiates. For tbe'pbsenrer. Our Cliciritable Institu House ot'tlepresentativea, Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 11, 1905. To theditor : It occurred to me thaUt might be interesting to the peopie ot our county to read a few tacts in regard & - u V. k m.Z A 1 v . M .till til I Al AO A W io our uiiauiauio iubuiuuuiio i lished aiVd maintained by a portion of the taxes paid by the people of length, yet I fear I have already de the State. I tAined von ton lont. Vint, ad oiih It is my pleasure to serve in the present Jbegisiature on tne uomtnti- t . ft I ees x)f both the Blind and the in sane Institutiong in North Carolina, and navmg out recently returnea, logemer wivu several oiner inem- bers of our body, from a Visit Of inspection to the State Hospitals at Morganton, I fee! las I have a little leisure tonight I would be glad to lu',u ,ouK 1,1 "J J some iacts in regara to tne morgan- ton Institution as this is in our d it - tnct ana to the maintenance oi iuih ias well as to our other institutions of chancy go some oi toe nara ear pen our people, and they siiuuiu miuw Buiuciuiug oi wiit u ..l iJ i .u:.. u . l is maue oi tuis expeuuuuie, woi, out wnat tne iacis connected wun an oi 1 . . 1 M a la . AT our State, institutions are not always dpeu to the public but for one rea son or another we rarely avail our selves of the opportunity to obtain the same. The State Hospital at Morsarttoh Was established about za years ago and has cost the State for lands, (600 acres in number), buildings and all necessaries such as heating plant, water supply, furnishings, fco, dec, not inoludino maintenance, of course, about 8700,000. The property though is 'worth much more than that to day estimated as It is at about one and one-half million Jol lars, the enhanced value heing large ly due to ;he labor of the patients The main buildings, and there are three others an close together, is 6aid to be a mile or more around, and in these buildings together With the "colonies," of which I will say a word later, they have in round num bers, beds for 1,000 patients. There are estimated to be 1421 insane per sons in the Western District which extends eastward to a point includ ing Orange county. This shows the need of an inurease of about 400 beds at Morganton, aud even a larger increase is needed in the Eastern District, owing to the tact that there are accommodations at tialeioh for only about 400 patients. It is estimated that about 20 per cent oi the patients recover, it is a further interesting taut that no pa tient is confined or comi elled to wear what is commonly known an i be straight jacket, but all are at lowed the freedom of the ward Eighty per cent work and thus con tribute to their own support. They have hee what is known as the "colony system'' which is the build tng of some houses about a mile from the main plant, and in these buildings are placed sou quiet and not dangerous patients, tua.y of whom were farme.s, and limy can lead here much the same lite that was theirs before their minds became affected. It might be interesting further more to our people to know that oar county of Orange according to the census of 1900 having within its borders 9,429 white persons, and as you of course understand I am speaking only of white people throughout this article, bad about 15 pauenu in ihe Insane Hospital and 2 applications on file. We now have I'd patients therein; probably 3 or 4 applications on file, ud no in ane pusuu either iu our jail or . 0 inty home. It uoois about $159 per year for o Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption if neglected. They can be soou broken dp by using Fo ey's Honey and Tar. U. D. Jones i5T LOW KOliND 1BIP RATES TO WA SUING TON, (7, - ACCOUNT PreMidentinl . , Iiiaiifirtircilon, SOUTHERN BAILitTAY will sell tickets on March 2nd and 3rd, at extrem ly low rates to Washington,' I). C. and return, with final return limit March S, 1903 ; however, dn exten sioh ot final return limit may, be pro cured to March 18th. 1905. by deposit of tieket with Joint -Validating A sent at Washington prior to 8 o'cWck p. m.. Marcbhth, aud payment ot ONE DOL LAR. Special Inducements to Military Oompafiies and Brass Bands in Uniforms. For uetailed information ad to Rates, Schedules, Sleeping Car Accommoda tions, ASK THE AGENT, or K. L. VERNON, T. P. A;, Charlotte, N. C J. H. WOOD, p, P. A.. Asheville, N. C ' S. H. HaRDVVJCK, Pass. Traffic Manager,1 Washington, D. C. . v H. TAY.LOJK General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. BAM M E j O A L Hj the most healln'gr siilv'e in the world the care and support of each patient :n ine nospuai at rvaieign ana anout ( 8145 for each one at Morganton. This difference io cost is due to sev eral causes among which may be mentioned the larger number gath- erd to'aether at Morcftnton. hence maintenance is cheaper, also cost ol certain ; articles there is less land furthermore they have more land on . m m V ' whih tftov ftn rniRfi Afrtn n snnh or Mr. Ekitor. I could write at ff0es throosh these bnildini?a aud C3 O ii O fiePR those on whom the "hand of M;niU t.oU a u0;! fjun naA tor 88 thev are and under the treat- raeut of splendid physicians .he re- i0oes ihat il is iu the heart of a areai Slalo to take s -la Vanrprl n.hara., those of its children bereft of reason It mav De for a season it may be for liie the ereal maiontv of whom came irom inaigent homes wnere tj,e burden is sreaier than can le nrpr uv wnt( Thh suene is one nrft. to be. fnrtrnt ten, and as we boarded the cars on ielurn'to bur Ubors. and as I could ve sn tne disfance. a mile awav. the h M smoke trom ih s .:maanifioeni in . . '.. : . .. . 8l,loliou floatiriiz'awav to the snow '3? t r Covered mountains of the South, I leit, as a senator remarked later to me, that I would be glad if every member of the General Assembly and every person iu our various conn- ties, could see what our good otate is doing to alleviate the condition ot i nose into wnose nes nas corneal darkness oftttmes never to be uia- a: pelted I would be pleased to say a word as to our institutions tor the Deaf, Dumb and the Blind, but time and space forbii. Suffice it to say that when one has visited these institu. tions ot charity he feels proud of his State for such a labor of love, and he returns to his own task with a more grateful heart and with a strength- enea connaence in tne generous spirit aud the loyal devot on ot bis people. IRA E D. ANDREWS. Which was tlie-Jargest island be fore Australia was discovered ? Australia. o Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough caused by attack of la grippe. It heals the lungs. C. D. Jones. o - Calvin O'Briaut, an ased anil prominent citizen ot Durham, died suddenly at his home in Durham last Saturday morning. 1W75. 1904. AND MILLINERY. Oar Fall and Winter Mil linery is now ready for inspection. Iu selecting our goods tor this sea son we bought the latot styles and best quality. v We have the most stylish Hals, trimmed and untrimmed.jf everlot tered in HiIlibro, and suitable for all classes and all as'es. Thefpretti est line ot Fancy Veils and Veiling ever shown here. The daintiest FJowers and Ribbons: A beautiful line ot Fancy Collars for ladies New and pretty trimmings for Shirt Waists.' Handkerchiefs, Combs, Jew elry, and a complete stock of every thing usually kept in a first-el millinery eslaolishment, Out of town customers willHeve their orders suspired romptlv at short notice. MRS. M. L. TAY LOR" & SISTER. Tliedforatia Black-Drauffht comes nearer regtiiatinff the entire system and keeping the body in health than any other medicine made. It is always ready in any emergency to treat ailments that are frequent in any ; family, such as indigestion, biliousness colds, diarrhoea, and stomach aches. Thedford's Black-Draught is the standard, never-failing remedy for stomach, bowel, liver and kidney troubles. It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon the doctor. It is as good for children as it is for grown persons. . A dose of this medicine every day will soon cure the most obstinate case of dys pepsia or constipation and when taken as directed brings quick relief. DAHViXAi, iLiDec. 33, 1MB. StVb Black-Draughi has been oar SffS? c52r. for flTe re B1 want pOjHbor. When any of w feel badly w ?8 an ro Ail tight In twelve Sf" JX? hBTe "Pent lots of money for wit Blaok-braugbt. tbTh. BADKB. Ask your dealer for a package of Thedford's Black-Draught and fjf he does not keep it send 25c. to The Chatta nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. and a paokaga will be mailed to too. Foley's Honey and Tat teals lungs and stops ttw cough 1 1 (TjBAKK NASB, Attorn-at-Law, Hillsboro, N. c. Office next door r. offiefe, near the hojtel. Attorn EY-i Oxford, N. c. Wilt practice in thJ Person, : Durham and Granl-n Stf the Jifpreme Court a,1Vllle. JS g M. GATTlii " ATTORBrEYAT-LAW, Hillsboro, X. c. Zr?ce? in .ste and P, . c-rompi attention to all busW?0Q. cial attention to Probate bS? SP JOHN W. GRAHAM. 77 - : : -v.SB. .H RAH AM & ftRAD,. A i. n Atorneys-at-Uw ' x Hillsboro. y. rj. Pneticln the (oimtw' . Durham. 'Granville, iw" 3' jR. J. S. SPURGEok, Dentist, Hillsboro, N 0. OT Office on r.h " a r uruunre store. JptRST-CLASS AkIEsHOpT I take nlpasurft friends and the nabhu lhr-t.h inJ3 patronage, given me, anfl respectfuli solicit a cbu'inuanee nf the c... i win oegiau to wait on vouwhpnrfti want a Shave, Hair Cut, Shamuwui anything done in my line. Clothing Cleaned and Pr?. .a ojtiisiacLiuu guarameeu. " . louf humble servant, GAITHKR COUINS. Tbn Barbs G IAI.VIN K. I'ARISH nwixn bought one-halt interest in :u strcK or nis orother. H. L. PsriA will continue the business at hisnrt ... (11CU ; stand on King street, the style of thai nrm reinaumi 11. L. Parish. ja . jl. . f a a i ft h . We have enlarged our stock ana have just receive! a nice line ot DRY I tiOODS. NOTIONS, HATS CAPS! ud GENTS FUR N 1SHING GOODS. Our Hats and Shoes are espeeialljl good, we Sv-r the world renown 'Battle Axe", Shoes Also "Jetfcnwri and taO!d Dominion' Hats. Comeandl see them. We can lit you and vou. We make a specialty of flour. Oulyj merchants in town earning Ballarfd 'Obelisk," the best Soar, made troml finest Kentuekv wheat. Try it. Yotl will use no other. We sell New xork btate Salt k sacks. Also everything in Hardware. Our line ot Cigars ! Ton knowibeai. -Cubanola,''' "Black Poodle," -Al I rettes, "Franklin.' "SDortina Clifb; ana aiso ineroois, : viu v 'Virginia Booties' and "Pinkin." Best line of Sniokiiig and Chewing Tobacco. Our 8 and Vtteents Ctjhee is a bustler. Also Molasses 25 t6 50 cents per of iriitlnn. n Fancy Groceiies, ,. panned Gvfa Piekles a ee,ts a hottle. Full Cw Cheese. In tact, everything (rood. , ' Remt ml.er we Dav the highest Baar- L-pt, nrii-ft for Cnuntrv Produce. Besides our Fancy and Heavy Groce ries, we sell everything in General aw a r r ! OCk We btive the contract for School nh-a ..!.. U...wloic 1-1 UtnrifiS. GeOZTJ' nhioe iv I (;mmmiirs. Also Vertic Copy Books. 4 'nmii tt sua nt ! H.I PARISH. IN HORSES irr wax cube . lMt Oracle Cmgb. KTO hOocsn, Oi.tcmpel, HMcboaad. iDdifMtiM Hnft ud (II SmbkH ni I IN nUU9 ml TimWc. .Coari SOTin.Ind;ft. fatMt. fajllflrilslHW. . j...-1-aie" O s Pkn. $1.00. 12 Pkf W-00- For nale at HuW" A. Hajes, Druggist - ...lit Prevents Serious Hew. CVARI fl 110101 t-. , u-r the na. Foley's Honey and Tar. upon having tne b Three size. 25C 500,$'- Prepared on,ycbhylcago. Foley A Company, cnio" Foley's aw makes kidneys end w