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plished Dress Maker, who Stock, is surprising. In Did you, know that we could sell you from stock a strictly paying else where for shoddy, j. F!C EON, nsires an account To new enterprises we will be glad to extend such accommodations as is consistent with conservative banking. We claim to be the Fnancial Bureau of Information for Orange County, and will gladly furnish information. FOUR PER CENT, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. DEPOSITS FROM ORANGE COUNTY'S INSOLVENT LIST FOR 19 H. " , Below appears the Insolvent lilt for Orange county for year 1904, and the amounts due by each one. The list is published by order of the Board of Commissioners of Orange County. JOHN LAWS.. Clerk of the Board BINGHAM TOWNSHIP. Allen, A. P., unknown, $2.44. . Alston, Geo. G., left, $2.74. Alston, John,- $2.42. Alston, Ruben; left, $3.71. Alston, Dave, left, $3.58. v Alien, Levi W., left, $2.42. Anderson, Chas., gone, $2.57. Bowen, W. Z., $2.42. Brewer, M. F., left county, $3.55. Baldwin, John, $2.63.' Baldwin, John, Aj F. A., not found, $2.83. Barbee, Adolphus, $2.47.' Bradshaw, Ruffin, left, $2.42. Cate, E. P., $2.42. Cole, Jesse 0., $3.10. Copeland, W. H., left, $4.26. Cate, Wiley, colored, unknown,$2.47. Dickey, Joe, $2.42. Dodson, W. S., $2.47. Dodson, Henry J., $2.42. Dodson, James R., $2.42. Duke, Mrs. H. M., unknown, f:2.10. Day, AVm. H., left, $2.41). Ferguson, Otis, $2.42. ? Haithcoek, P. S., $2.85. . Hancock, Fletcher, $2.60. Hancock, Wm., gone, $2.42. Howard, R. L., $2.42. Harvey, Eng., $2.42. Ivey, W. L., unknown $2.59. Johnson, T. C, left;k$2.42. King, E. B., unknown, $3.14. Lineberry, W. E., left, 42.42. . Moore, John, unknown, 61 cents. Meacham, W. L., left, 2.42. Oldham, W. 1L, $2.42. Oldham, Geo. W., $2.42. Pendergrass, Tempie, unknown, $1.76. Quakenbush, J. G., left, $5.51. Shoe, S. S., $2.42. Smith, M. B., $6.77. Snipes, T. M., $3.19. Sykes, N. R., $3.09. Snipes, James, $2.57. Tapp, Fayet, left, $2.42. . Thompson, June, $2.57 Thompson, Haywood, left, $2.66. Wilson, W. H., unknown, $2.42. Ward, Orren, $2.56. ' ; ; ... Wilson, Sam, Sr., 95 cents. Woods, Sam, gone, $2.67. CEDAR GROVE TOWNSHIP. Allen, Wm., left, $2.42. . Allison, Eug., left, $2.78. . Barnes, Samuel, $2.83. . Bows, R. W., not found, $2.42. Bradley, Geo., left, $2.56. Bradsher, Alex., left, $2.60. Bradsher, Wm., not found, $2.60. Burnett, John, dead, $2.47. Balton, John, unknown, $2.52. Brown, G. W., 57. C'rabtree, J. P., $2.67. . Cooper, Isaiah, $2.52, Cnsp, Bud, unknown, $2.42. cooper, Starling, $2.42. 'oper, Starling, Sr., 32 Evans, Sam, Jr., $2.56. -Fuller, Ernest, $2.70. Fuller, Tom, $2.77. wave, Geo.. fc2.42. - cents govdon, John, $2.42. ' oage, Jos. A., left, $2.5 2. gaitncock, Jeff, $2.42. Hter, Heywood, $2.66. -Hightower, Chas., $2.47. Hester, Lee, 14 cents, -Johnson, Mose, left, 38 cents. Johnson, Albert, 95 cents. JJoore. London, left, $2.42. Adams, Alvin, left, $2.47. JJ?oane, Jim, $2.47. J cCullock, Wm. B., 48 cents. room, Sam, Jr., 76 esnts: PURPOSE to have here in Hillsboro a STOCK of CLOTHING and DRESS GOODS that will do credit bought the largest and most varied line that has 8Ver hflfin Shown ltl this nv anv n Vlimrunrr r nnnf.tr , s . , . J - . - v. ; wujj ywuuwj , iuvov fjwuo cj. u w puuxiug in every uay, anct it vqu. , care to endorse; this effort on our part,to have a place where you can purchase a stylish and up-to-date garment,we only ask that you inspect our line 7 WefftPlrvm ; fir! ont. that nn matter what, vnnr t.ast.A mav Via nr hrvw faf. vmir rinrda ura nan nlaaoavAn YY.t nTJCCSQ-nrrnc! Tuir k D iamMm i .1 . oc Vvu"" . - " 1 v vT .J .7 w paooJu' v"1- jxwuiutj uvuivkj x5Lxvnu.rii jl i unaer me supervision of an accom is always -glad to give any advice to our patrons they may desire, and the-size of the place being considered, the quantity and class-of eooda carried 7n this department we also carry a large and complete Stock of LADIES, CLOAKS, SHOES and UNDER WEA.R. v .. .. r, snop worn, nana-me-aowns ... M v President. with every man; woman and child in Oranite Countv. Parker, E. M., left, $2.51. Porterfield, Chas., $2.57. Pool, D. L., unknown, $2.42. Phelps, S. T., dead, 17 cents. Roberson, T. R., left, $2.59. Scott, Chas. W., $2.42. Smith, F. L., left, $2.51. Smith, Jas. I., $2.42. m Smith, Ben, F., 76 cents. v Toler, R. J., left, $2.42. j 4 Terrell, Jim, $2.47. ; Toryan, David, unknown, $2.47. Toryan, Jasper, $2.47. Toryan, Ed., $2.42. Taylor, Jno. P., 9 cents. Westbrooks, Ed. E., left, " $2.47.' Warrent, W. T., unknown, 74 cents. Westbrooks, Willis, $2.42. Wilson, W. J., unknown, $2.74. Wilson, Daniel, unknown, $2.42. Wilson, Alex., col., $3.61. Wells, Thomas, left, $2.42. Wade, James, $2.57. r , Warren, John, unknown $2.47.' Warren, Ellis, left, $2.47. Wells, Jno., Jr., $2.42. Westbrooks, Samuel, unknown, $2.55. Walker, Ben, left, $2.56. Wilson, E. L., unknown, $2.79. HILLSBORO TOWNSHHJ. Andrews, W. J., left, $3.04. Allison, Wm., left, $2.87.' Allen, Aaron, left, $2.87. Bain, Wm., $2.92. ' Bain, Nelson, . $2.87. Brown, Tom, $2.87. . Cheek, J. Clyde, gone, $3.36. Carson, Ben., gone, $2.87. Carnegie, John, left," $2.87. . Faucette, Edmond, unknown, $3.53. Fai-ribault, John, left, $2.87. Green, Henry, $2. 87.' Holeman, Anderson, gone, $2.87. Holeman, Stanford, $2.87. .... Holt, Seymour, left, $2.87. Jones, Stephen, unknown, $2.87. Kirkland, R. 5., $2.97. Kimbro, H. M., gone, $3.03. Kirkland, Swain, left, $2.87. Kirkland, Dol left, $2.87. Kenion, Sherman,. $3.03 Lloyd, Thos. E., unknown, $27. Lasley, J. T., left, $3.16. Lamoot, John, left, $2.87. Latta, Alfred, left, $2.87. Lindsav, Harvey, unknown, $2.92. Long, Robert, left, $2.87. Long, Hampton, $2.87, Lunsford, Richard, $2.87. ! Lee, Ruffin, $2.87. Mitchell, Geo., left, $2.98. Maddry, Ed., left, $2.87. Mays, Wm., $3.02.. . MePherson, John, $2.87. Murrav, Robert, unknown, $2.87. Mebane, John, $2.87. , . , , Mayo, James, $2.87, , . Morrow, J onn, unisnowny y&.o . Overaker, Wm. R., $3.83 J Pegg, Wm. L., left, $3.83. Payne, David, $2.87. ! Powell, John unknown. $2.93. Powell, Albert, $2.91. Riley, Bun, left, $3.16. Roach, Wm.. A., $2.87. V Robert, IJ. W., $2.87 " ' ' Roberts, H. F. Co., Ex., $2.87. Ray, Wm. H., left, $2.87. . Roberson, J. J;, unknown, $2.87. Roach, J. Ed., $2.87. Richmond, Robert, left, $2.87. Ruffin, Frank, $2.87. . Ray, Jno., $2.87.. , - Spoon, T. Mi. unknown, $2.87. ' Strayhorn, James, dead, 73 cents. Smith, Frank, $2.87. f . Spoon, E. G., unknown, $2.87. "v Taylor, R. G., left, $2.92. Taylor, Edward, left, $2.87. Tapp, Ed., $2.87. , , , Williams, Jas. A., left, $2.37. Williams, Wright, $2.87.7 , Williams, R: H., $2.92.' . . Williams, Atlas, left,- $2.8 7. Williams, J. F., left, $2.87. Webb, Henry, left, $2.87 . Webb, David, $2.87. ....... . ' ... J.Webb, .Wiley, left, $2,87. , . G E JV T L high class Tailor Made Suit, Overcoat or Cravenette Rain Coat t jno, you don't, and you neyer 1 - ....... J? P C- COLLINS. Warren, .John, left, $2.87. Walton, Louis, left, $2.87 . Wilson, W. J., unknown, $3.11. Walker, Thomas, $2.87. Walker, Geo. unknown, $2.87. White, Abe, left, $2.87. Whitted, Anderson, $3.21. Whitted, Robert, R., $2.87. wnitted, xnomas, $2.87. Wilson, Eugene, 6.87. CHEEK TOWNSHIP. Allison, Gus, $2.42. Allbright, E. W., left, $2.42. Baldwin, L. B., dead, $2.42. Breeze, Jas. H.,, left, $2.42. Boggs & Brown, $1.02. Cheek, P T., left, $4.40. Cates, R. M., unknown, $2.42. Danston, J. W., left, $2.42. Douglas, Albert, $2.74. Gordon, W. B., $2.42. Gordon, Lorvenza, 47 cents. Florence, James, $2.42. Florence, Haywood, $2.42. -' ' Massey, A. A., left, 17 cents. Murdock, Wm., . $2.47. McAdoo, Charley, $2.42. Morgan, Geo., $2.42. Mebane, Jeff, dead, $2.42. Packingham, Thomas, $2.42. Packingham, Will, left, $2.42. Potete, Opie, $2.42 . Smith, R. C, left, $3.17. Scott, Frank, $2.42.. Shambly, Wiley, $3.66. Snipe, Louis, dead, $2.42. Shaw, Albert, $2.47. Swepson, Ot., dead, $2.42. Swepson, W. L., left, $2.42. Thompson, E. D., left, $2.42. Yates, M. T., $6.21. ENO TOWNSHIP. Barbee, Ceph,'$2.47. Cates, E. F., $2.42. Crabtree, R. A., not found, $2.47. Cole, W. S., left, $2.59. Douglass, W. C, $3.84. x Evans, Calvin, left, $2.80. Fuller, Jasper, $2.42. Foust, Walter, left, $2.42. Lassiter, John, $1.06. Hall, Thomas, left, 86 cents. Hicks, Fletcher, $2.42. Jackson. Fletcher, $2.42. ; ( McKerall, I. H., insane, $2.42. Moore W. H., unknown, $3.uy. Martin, G. W., left, $3.64. McKerall, T. J., $2.42. Pratt, John, unknown, 10 cents. Riley, Berihette, $2.42. Ruffin, Eng., left, $2.42. Ray, Geo., left, $2.42. Sykes, Ed., left, $2.56. Turner, Ed., unknown, $2.42. Whitaker, J. L., $2.42. LITTLE RIVER TOWNSHIP. Ashley, Robert, $2.47. Cates, Babe, $2.95. Cameron, Will, $2.42. Cates, Pink, $2.42. Carden,, Willis, 13 cents. Greer, James, $2.42. Laws, Jas. W., $2.42. Lucas. Jas. S., 82 cents. Parker, Fletcher, $2.70. Perley, Stephen, $2.42. ' Perley, Thomas, $2.42. Roberts, Wm. E., $2.42. Riley, John, $2.80. Smith, W. P., $2.97. Tavlor. C. C, $2.42. Vanhook, Wm., $2.42. (no name; $2.42. Whitted. Ed., $2.42. Warren, James, $2.42. Warren, Wm., 45 cents. CHAPEL HU.L TOWNSHIP. Alston, Saunders, $2.87 Atwater, Columbus, $2.72. : Atwater, . Dave, , $2.77 Adkins, Rich., left, $2.82 Atwater, R. B., unknown, $2.91. Atwater, Sidney, unknown, $2. . Allen, Abram, $2.72. Blackwood, Bun, left, $3.98. Brockwell, Alphonzo, $2.72. Brockwellr R. L., $2.72. Baldwin,;S. .N., left,..$3.6L , ,.r . E M E J wilr till you see, then C Cashier. OF 'OTRAJf'CEi Boothe, Henry, unknown, $2.77. Boothe, Daniel, $3.30. By num, Robert, $2.80. Boothe, John, $2.77. Battle, June" P., left,$2.72 Battle, Ed, $2.72. Blackwood, Filo, $1.10. Carden, L. J., unknown, $2.72. Crabtree, F. L., $3.02. Cheek, J. W., left, $3.31. Campbell, Uriah, $2.72. Crabtree, J. W., not found, $2.78. Carden, R. M., not found, $2.72. Cordal, Hugh, $2.72. Cannada. E. F., not found, $2.72. Cole, Jno. E., $8.03. Cram, Sidney, $2.77 Crabtree, L. A., not found, $3.82. Crabtree, W. P., not found, $3.37. Caldwell, Leon, $2.42. Crowder, Joe, $2.42. Caldwell, Wils, $2.42. Davis, Thos. F., not found, $177.' Davis, Eugene, not - found, $2.77. , Durham, Jas., Jr., unknown, $2.72. Durham, B. F., unknown, .72. Durham, W. S., unknown, $2.45. Douglas, Wm., $2.91. Durham, A. F., unknown, $2.91 Durham, Robert, $2.72. - Davis, John, $3.77. Edwards, J. T., not found, $2.72. Edwards, Ruffin, 11 cents. Foushee, Fred,, left, $3.99. Guthrie, H. R., $3.00. Harward, Louis, unknown, $2.72. Hester, Milton, left, $3.58 Howard, Rich, $3.24. Hester, S. E., left, $2.79. Howell, E., left, $3.99. - Howard, T. R., $3.18. Henderson, Henry, $2.72. ' Harris, Alex, left, $2.72. : ; . Hackney, Rube, $2.72. I Hunt, James, left, $2.72. Hutchins, Effie, 21 cents.; Hopeon, Hodge, $3.21. Garret,, Arlie, $2.72. Jones, M. C, 89 cents. Jordan, Jas. D., left, $12.62. Johnson, Allen, $2.72. Jones, Robert, $2.72. Jones, H. F., left, 50 cents. King, Ed, left, $2.72. Long, C. F., 71 cents. Lloyd, A., agent not found, $2.72. Lloyd, A. M., not found, $1.06. Morris, Robert, not found, $2.72. Merritte, R. M., not found, $2.90, Mincey, Sam, $2.72. Mitchel, Buck, $2.81. Mitchel, Robert, left, $2.72. Moore, Chas., not found, $2.72. Miner, Wm., not found, $2.72. Moore, John, not found, $2.72. Markham, M., $2.72. Morphis,,W. G., $2.72. . Massey, Nat, $2.82. Morgan, W. D., $2.72. Mason, Sack, left, $3.10. . Mitchel, W. L., $2.77. Neville, D.-E. B., '$3.67. Neville, John J., $2.82. Nunn, Dennis, $2.77. , r ' Oldham, Wm., left, $2.93. O'Kelley, Rube, unknown, $2.99. O'Kelley, B. H.,dead, $2.77. Potts, T. F., $3.48. Pendergrass, Joe M., unknown, $6.52. Pendersrass, Chas., $2.72. Potts, Wm., $2.72. Pendergrass, Jule S left, $2.95. Pickard, Sid, $2.77. Purefov, Burl, $2.77. Peace, Jno., left, $2.77. ,. Peace, Jim, $2.77. Patterson, Jim, $2.77. . Powell, John, $2.77. Powell, Sam, $2.72. Riggsbee, Thad, not found, $4.41. Riggsbee. James, not found, $2.77 Riggsbee', Wm., not found, $2.72. Reed, Louise, not found, $2.85. Sykes: L. J, $1.26. Stanley, Chas. W., left, $3.13. Strayhorn, J. P., $3.00. , Scarlett, E. E., $2.72, Stone, .W. E., $2.82. . - y . v' . to the community, and with Thnoa (vni1a nA nvnv that will fit and look swell at the Well seeing is, believing" : ' J. d;0 CHAS. A SCOTT, Vice-President. Sparrow, Sidney, left, $2.72. Smith, Henry, $2.77. Stroud, Robert; $2.72. t, : " '"V. Stroud, Buck, $3.89. Scott, Marion, $2.72. T v " y Stone, Sam, unknown, $2.77. Stroud, R. E., $2.72. : " Smith, Tom, unknown, 26 cents.. : Smith, W. J., unknown, 42 cents. Taylor, W. J., $2.72. ; ' ; Tilley, C P., $3.68. ' : Temple, John R., $3.18. Trice, Isham, $3.26. : Thompson, W. O., 15 cents. -Trice, Rube, unknown, $2.72. Trice, Rich C, $3.13. Turner, Callie, dead, $2.72. Trice, Argo, $2.80. : - r , Turner, Robert, $2.77. " Woblen, C. T., $5.49. v- -Whitford, Ira F... left, $2.95. -Weaver, D. W., $2.72. Whitfield, !. R., not found, $2.72. Whitaker. W. P., not found, $2.77. Watson, Robert, $3.00. Wells, Charles, unknown, $2.78. Weaver, John H., $2.81. Watson, John H., $2.77. BIG FISHES FIGHT AT SEA. An Exciting Battle Beween a Whale, Shark and Swordfish. Passengers of the White Star liner yesterday from Liverpool, witnessed an exciting battle between a whale, several sworcffislw and a thrasher shark. The fight lasted more than an hour. The combatants were first sighted about 11 o'clock in the morning. A great disturbance was noticed in the water dead ahead about a mile from the ship. Just what the trouble was was not ascertained until the ship was within half a mile of the scene of the encounter. Then the passen gers saw a big whale beset by half a dozen large swordfish and a monster thrasher shark, the fiercest and. most voracious of nis kind. The water was being lashed into foam, which was tinged with, blood. It was evident that the fight had not been in prog ress long, as the combatants seemed to be active. The whale was lashing the water with his tail and was standing off his antagonists, although he was greatly outnumbered. Several of the sword fish would attract his attention In front while others would steal af ound to attack him broadside. The thrash er's great tail was busy flailing the whale's back at every opportunity. . The passengers were spellbound by the sight, and their sympathy was with the whale. As the battle con tinued the water for several -hundred yards about was dyed a deep red. The whale was terribly gashed In many, places by the swordfish, wbich moved with incredible speed, and it was only occasionally that the whale was "able to strike with effect. Bach time a swordfish was hit it seemed to take no further Interest in the battle. Before the ship -was out of sight the thrasher was disabled, a blow of the whal e' s tall striking him full on the head. One of the passengers who had a strong pair of glasses said he saw the whale swim away and that the swordfish did not fellow him. New York News. ' . All the sea-going nations will sym pathize with Japan in her loss of the Mikasa, "says the New York Times. To have survived all the perils of the war and to be destroyed at last by a commonplace accident, an accident, moreover, which indicates a lapse ot chat skill and care which have made the Japanese Navy so terrible in war, this is an inglorious fate for the most famous ship in that navyv; ' this end in view we have i - , same price voii have been ; z -.;; ...--( T --. StOO UP TAKEN, RAM'S HORN BLASTS HE strangest thing about the Gospel is its simplicity Fetters of silk ; may bind as fast as cotton. Blindness ban ishes some of our best blessings. Many a problem comes as a test of our prayers. Forgiveness is, one of the privileges oi friendship. It taks seed as well as sail to make thing grow. . A little money: makes a big mam with some people. . He only is weakened by trial who runs away from it.' ! Many blessings are wilted because we will not wait. Trouble may be but God's trade mark on the Christian. It takes more than fear of Satan t make a faithful saint.. . God measures each of your gifts by all of your goods. A good deal of spiritual indolence eomes from sensual indulgence. Worry gives the doctor half his work. " . r-FP Sin's foothold depends on our affinity for it.' a?' - You cannot draw men to truth by clubing them with it. Before the great "I Am" our "I wdll be" looks insignificant. The steps are few from dalliance with sin to defiance of God. It never hurts to be called a fool; the sad thing is to deserve it. ' It is better to seem green to men than not to be fruitful to God. ' Deeds : are the only dependable sreeds. . ... ' . : . Christ cannot get in where charity cannot get out. The mightiest force for good is faith in- the goodness of the Almighty. You cannot teir the story of any church in the book of Numbers alone. We will sit in heavenly places be cause He f has 'walked these earthly ways. The more of man gets into religion the more religion will get into men. The first social glass has put many a bright young man into the sub- merged class. 1 Wins Are Very Ancient. The wig is older than civilization, for the savage used one to make him more formidable on" the field of battle. Just as the judge, does to-day to in crease the terrors of the law, accord ing to the London Chronicle It was , the French revolution that killed the wig.n What the article cost the Egyptian mummy and the Assyr-, Ian notable is not known, but before the guillotine fell in France the wig which adorned tke heads of its victims cost 30 to , 40 guineas. The costly, decoration; lingered a long time on official heads in England; so recently as 1852 Archbishop Sumner found it necessary to wear one at the marriage of th- Princess1 Royal. Nowadays clevyn-en of all ranks are free o incum brance, - which is the dignified burden of the Speaker of the House ot Comn ons and the gentlemen of the law. rveE,- the most glorious and sub serrieut of footmen need but powder the hair - of bis own upraising. Discovery of Iron in America. Iron, the first metal found in Amer ic, .wh; AtscgTsriea m Virginia '1T15. - :;--'.'." la.