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ASHEBORO, N.C.. JYOvM 26, 1891
$1.00 Per Year, in" Advance. "
This paper is entered at the
post-offico at Asheboro aft second
class mail matter.l
A traveller returning to .Randolph
.county after five or ten years ah
asence ece'a evidence of thii:t aad
growth as soon as he enters the
.connty. ih overy hand you find
men busy. The time honored citi
zens diati-ngnishcd for his grave,
1ccorou -demeanor and moving
i.foout with a dignity approaching
Feminity, saluting his friends with
the formality of a Spanish Don,
h still here, hut his life of ease and
luxury has ended and his energies
are directed in building up the in
dustries of a great county. Time
l':is passed. Change is stamped on
every giJe. with the same pluck,
devotion, honesty, aud sturdy cour
and with the same principles,
t"ie &ne ideal?, the 6ame trait of
character that controlled and di
locted the old civilization, you will
Had a z.ev order of things in force.
The changes which time and cir
cumstances harebrou&ht .ti.'.ut are
fncrked with new ideas and new
life. Our people are more industri
ous, more nergeUe. more oconomi--cal
of time, lobor and money, more
temperate in self indulgence, but in
moral traits we are unchanged
brave, courteous, hospitable, truth
ful; scorning shams and placing
not money as tue chief end of man.
Jtut under the new order, our peo
ple re money-making pushing, sa
acious. On every hand the fields
how more careful cultivation, the
fences improved the houses are be
ing painted and whitewashed, the
gates hung straight, more newspa
pers and books read and intelli
gence is more generally difiused.
STATE AND GENERAL XEWS.
J. I). Joyner, of Raloigh N. C.
Forsyth Superior court is in ses
sion this week.
The Inter-State Exposition closed
Weldon is to be illuminated by
The peanut mills At Tarboro are
The Baptist Female University
is to be located in Raleigh.
Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, the au
thor of "Lucile, is dead.
Sea. Vance and family will re
turn from Europe this week.
There is snow on the mountains
in Western North Carolina.
The pension warrants have been
sent out by auditor Sanderlin.
The Presbyterians of Satesville
are to have a new church building.
Dr. Ghas. S. Britton, a well
known physician of Richmond Va.
has passed away.
The negro woman Ida Whitaker,
shot by Maria Coley at Tarboro has
JIis Ilarriet Monroe, a Chicago
lady, boru in 18G0, will be poet of
the World's Fair.
The new cotton mill at Salisbury
will be finished and readyjto begin
work by Jan. 1st.
President Harrison is busy pre
paring his address to Congress aud
dismisses all visitors.
There is now in China a system
of telegraph lines running to all
parts of the country.
Thomas Nelson Page, Virginia's
distinguished author, has accepted
a position on Harper's Weekly.
The next Republican National
Convention will be held in Jlinne
apolis, Minn., on June 7th, 1892.
The Democratic National Execu
tive Compi j ttee w ill meet in Wasb-
Cedar FaHs (Randolph county,)
has a great deal to r commend it,
and one discovers some new feature
that is desirable on each new visit.
It is a pleasant thing to be able to
note how profuse nature has been,
here and there in our State in a
topographic sense forming rugged,
rocky cliff -, adorned with spruce
and cedar, spreading out green
vales and meadows below, and
sending down from the rock heights
streams of pure crystal water whose
silvery music is a prepetaal hymn
of quiet joy and praise. J ust before
the center of the village is reached
Deep liver lenps over continuous and
irregular ledges of sharp granite,
while on either side down to the
water's edge there is a thick growth
of small trees, which partly con
ceal the stream itself, and giving a
fall which affords for the factory
one of the best water powers that '
can be found anywhere- Indeed, it
seems to leave nothing wanting, the
volume ol water being abundant
and the fall being very heavy, Nat
ure, too, chose to rear all its cliffs
and crags on the North side of the
river, above and below and oppo
site the factory site, while on the
South side are the beautiful flats
for meadows and fields, with the
most choice elevations here and
there for residences. This gives a
beautiful variecy, and it is doubt
ful where one should chooee to
stand, whether on the North side
or the South to obtain the jtnoat
interesting view. From the htouth
side one gets a fine view of the
factory, the store, the residences,
the chief of which is that of the
beautiful home of Mr. Cox, and
the railroad, which comes down by
a serpentine curve from amon,- the
crags on the west, runs on th t rear
of the factory and the stored and
then curves grac efully 'in
front of Mr. Cox's residence in
its course down the bank of the riv
er to Franklinsville and Ramsiur,
a few miles bolow. J
But if you stand on the NJrth
side vou see the river to great ad
vantage, with itp substantial cover
ed bridge, while beyond thk. river
you have a picture of meadoff $eld,
orchard and gently slopm,
with here and there a quiet
home, the churche3 stand!
on their own elevations,
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State of North Carolina In tne Supe
Randolph county. J nor Court.
Penn Ridge hs Adm'r.
enn "Ridge hs Adm'r.
f William Rulse dee'd. Potition to sell
utl Penn Ridge Pl'lls. J land fur assetts
Noah Ridge and Others j
It appeuringto the Court that the plain
lff has filed a petition in 'us caue for a
license to sell the lands of W illiam
Ridge dee'd. to raise assetts to pay
debts; and it further appearing to the
Court that the defendants Elwood
Ward and wife Martitia Wan, and 1., A.
Ridge are not residents of this State and
after due diligence can not be found
therein; and that they are interested in
this action as heirs at law of said Wil
liam Ridge I'ec'd. It is now therefore
on motion ordered by the Court that
publtcat'on be made for six successive
week in the Asheboro CoURlt-R, a
weekly newspaper, published in the
town of Asheboro in said county, noti
fying the defendants Elwood Ward and
wife, Martitia Ward, and L. A. Ridge of
the filing ot the said petition, and further
notify them to appear at the office of the
Cierk of the Superior Court of said coun
ty in Asheboro, on or before the 17th
day of December, 1891, and plead ans
wer or demur to said petition or judg
ment will be entered according to th,c
pryer therein. ,Noy.oth. 1891.
Geo. S. Bkadshaw.
c- s. c.
Randolph county. J Com'rs. Court.
Town of Asheboro )
vs Order of
L. D. Bnlla, et al. J publication.
This is a special proceeding by the
commissioners of the town of AshehoiO
to condemn land for a street over the
lands of defendants, by authority con
ferred by chap, 26, pec. 1. Laws of 1889,
and it appearing to said Board that one
of the defendants John W. Bulla can
not alter due diligence oe found, and is
believed to reside beyond the limits of
this State, it is therefore ordered by the
Board of Commissioners of said town
that publication be made in the Ashebo
ro (Jouriek It six successive weeks.
Notifying the said defendant to arpear
before said Board at a meeting to be
held at the office of the Mayor in the
town of Asheboro on the 14th day of
Dec. 1S91 to defend his said rights, or
said board will proceed to the condemna
tion of said lands in the manner provi
ded by law. This Nov. 3rd. 1891.
A. .1. WoODELL.
Cl'k. Bd of Comn'rs.
A LITTLE GIKL'S EXPERIENCE
IN A LIGHT HOUSE.
Mr aud Mrs. LorenTrescottare keep
ers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach
Mich, and are blessed with a daughter,
four vears old. Last April she was taken
with Measles, followed with a dreadful
Cough and turning into a fever. Doc
tors at home ana at Detroit treated her
but U vain she grew worse ranidly jnntii
sne wa3a aBe 'hanillull ol nones".
MiEii 8hcmOTTJr King's Ne Discov
ery and alter the use of two and a half
bottles was completely cured. They say
Dr.King's Wew liiscoverj is worth its
weight in gold yet you may get a trial
free at Boyette & Richardson . Drug
Good looks-are more than skin deep, de
pending upon a healthy condition of all
the vital organs. If the Liver be inactive
you havH a Bilious Look if your stomach
be disordered you have a Dyspeptic look
and if your Kidneys be affected you have
a pinched look. Secure go -dheal and 3ou
will have eood looks Elect ric Bitters is
the great alterativeand-Tcnic acts direct
ly on these vital organs. Cuies Pimples
Blotches Boils and gives a good complex
ion. Sold at Boyette & Richardson'sDrng
store. 30e, per bottle.
7ff lilAntli t
MPo you Want
By which you can make from $75.00
to $250.00 per mouth the amount de
pending en whether you work part or
all your time, and on the amount or lJl
and VIGOR and PLUCK and PUSH you
put into the work. If so it might pay
you to write to us. We've got some
thing that GOES, and there's room for a
few more to come in. It won't cost vou
tajuch to investigate only a two cent
sraip. we want a LIVE. WIDE
AWAKE RKlsfNTAlIYE In your,
community, efiaferJIAS OR WOMAN
If you are interested we'd like to- hear
from you. We'll show where there's
some money. All information by return
mail. Then if you are not convinced,
all right; there'll be no harm done only
0ULL MISS A GOOD THING. Betr
ter write at once. Address
THE BROOIX PUBLISBINC CO.
Washington, D. C.
By virtue of a power of sale contained
in a mortgage deed executed to the un
dersigned by John W. Foster and wife
Morana Foster and duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds in and for
Randolph county, in book 68, page 558
I shall sell at the Court house door in
Asheboro, the 7th day of December 1891
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash: a house and lot in Asheboro
township, near the town of Asheboro,
adjoining the lands of Peter Vuncanon,
Eli Pritchard and others, containing 7
acres to satisfy and foreclose said mort
gage. Sale to be at 12 o'clock M.
Tnis 7th day of November, 1891.
Hammer, J. F. Bibkhkad,
Atty. - Mortgagee.
The tax books of Asheboro for
1891 are now in my bands 2!!J ev
ery person is requested to be prompt
in the payment of taxes.
T. J. Hoover.
The Richmond Times is one of
the brightest, newsiest and beat
pape;:a published. Daily one year
15. Weekly $1 per year. Address
Don't fail to examine his line
before buying elsewhere.
Itou can Save Jfioney by doing- som
ALL GOODS SOLD LOW FOR CASH OR BARTER.
INVEST YOUR MONEY
WHERE IT WILL BRING YOU THE LARGEST RETURNS,
. W. P. WOOD & CO'S
IS THE PLACE TO DO IT,
IMMENSE stock and low prices. Fall and Winter Good of all kinds and de
scriptions, consisting of Ladies Dres Goods, White Goods, Notions, Hats, Sh oe
Garpets, Stoves, Furniture, Hardware, Crockery, Farm and Garden tools, etc
OUR GROCREY DEPARTMENT
SS ALWAYS full of the best quality of goods. Invest your money with us and
go horuc pleased, 31 tf
W. P. WOOD & 00.
The Asheboro Foundry Machine
and Agricultural Works,
CALLS attention of Cotton Mill Men, Saw Mill Men. Grist Mill Men and other
is called to the fact that the. Asheboro Foundry and Machine Works does
-:- All liinds Of Casting -:-
And till kinds of -
Mepairing On.'. Machinery
And koepsjon hand all kinds of Supplies such as
Steam and Pipe Fittings, Valves, Babbitt
Metal, Lace Leather, Belting, &c. &c.
Merchants Supplied With Plow Castings
-:- ,T BOTTOM .-. FH;tTI!KS -:-
TFIiis is a CJounty Enterprise
,Keep vour money at home and get its u ortu here. I horouhlv -iii)p -.' I. ; ..11
kinds of Foundry, Machine and Agricultural works, i i.ir.-s or anply t ; J
J. T. M OFF ITT,
SecM and Treas.
39-91 :tf Salisbury street. West of M. E. church
In the Abba BOX HEATING STOVE, and NEW
SOUTH COOK STOVE, you can get more stave
for YOTJR MONEY tlian yu d if yu buy iiny otlier
stoves. They are acknowledged to be
THE CHEAPEST STOVES IK AMERICA.
"We sell them at wholesale and rataii.
OUR STOCK OF
BUGGIES. CARTS, HACKS AND HAEHESS 1
b yet too large. If you need of anything in that Use it might be
MOMY IN YOUR POCKETS
TO SEE US.
Having taken out letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of Klijah Vuncannon
dee'd before G- S. bBAUsHAW, Clerk of
Superior Court of Randolph county, at
the late residence of said dee'd, on the
16th day of December 1891; I will sell at
publie auction to the highest bidder for
cash the personal property of said dee'd,
consisting of 1 set black smith tools, hogs,
sheep Farming tools, house-hold and
kitcl.wi furniture and other articles not
necessary to mention.
All persons indebted to said estate are
hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment "and settlement. And all persons
holding claims against said estate will
present them on or before the 1st day
of December 1892, or this notice will be
plead in har of their recovery.
This 21th day ot Nov. 1891.
N "ixod Presnell,
Having taken out Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of Calvin Mason de
ceased, before G. S. Bradshaw clerk su
perior court of Randolph county. Votice
hereby given to all persons indebted to
gjdd estate to make immediate payment.
Aj)Wj all those holding claims against said
estiy te are hereby notified to present them
to Hue unaersjgneu on or oeiore me luui
dav of Noyember 1892 or this notice will
bel leaded in oar ontneir recovery.
9t;o Mia Wh (19V M Nnr IN'll.
r ! mistrutor.
WAKEFIELD HARDWAEE CO.
Greensboro. N. C
Having taken out letters of Adrrir.is
tration on the estate of LarVin Arnold
dee'd before G. S. Bkadshaw, Clerk of,
the Superior Court Randolph count.
All persons indebted to said estate al.;
hereby notified to make immediate p;y
mentand settlement: And all persons
holding claims against said estate will
present them on or before the 30th dry
of Not, 1801, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery.
This 24th day of Nov: 1891.
Having qualified as administrator on
the estate of Minnie Allen decTd accord
ing to law I shall sell for rash at th
late residence of the dee'd on Friday th
18th day of December 1801 the personal
property of mW estate consisting of 1 cow
and calf, sheep and hos. Household and
kitchen furniture and other articles too
numerous to mention. Those who owe
said (State are notified to make ryrv.rnt
aad those who hold claims are hereby
notified to present the same duly auther
tiated on or before the 27th day ol Dec.
1892 otherwise this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery,
This Nov 2Ufi lttfl.
,1I. V: Allen, admr.
lit jii- iinmut
ijf Mi. mc Allen Ccc'd.
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