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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY- THAD R. MANNING. TKRMS OF m;i;s:kii'TIO.: H?ie copy on year, - ?1..Vj " " (i months, - 75 4 " - ..10 We iI"Mr a liveanent nnl corr"iiuii!nt at every postoflice in Vance and a ! joining counties. Correspondence on all subjects or local arid ireneral interest and opinior.s upon matters of public concern, are inviled. The editor will r.ot be les-ponsilde for the views or statements of correspondents and reserves the ritrht at all times to revise or i eject any article he may think proper. One side, onlv, of the paper must be written on and the real name of t'.ie writer accompany the contribution. No attention will be paid to anonymous let ters. T1HJJCSOAY. .IL'L-V 11, lSt.-. The White House family has been increased by one. It's another little girl the third one. The birth took place at Cray Cables, Jju..ard's IJay, Mass., the President's summer home, Sunday afternoon. Mother and child are doing well. Tut l-'rankfort (hid.) Crescent sa.y : " It must discourage the Republican Dolitician to see the evidences of prosperity all about him. The wages of 250,000 men, reduced under the McKinlcy law, have been restored under the Wilson bill, and all the factories are running on full time. The Wilson tariff law has closed nothing but the mouth of the calamity howler." In tiik language of the Chicago Inter-Ocean, " the friends of silver are not asking for cheap or worthless money. They want silver just as it lias been, as good as gold. After all the howl about its worthlessness, the silver dollar btill buys as much meat and bread and groceries as its aristo cratic yellow brother does, and it is far more popular with the common people." Tiil Fourth was celebrated at the (luilford Rattle ( round by the unveil ing of a statue of Col. Joseph Winston, a Revolutionary hero, (donated by cx-(Jov. Thomas M. Holt), an oration by Dr. Ceo. T. Winston, and addresses by other distinguished gentlemen Dr. Winston's subject was " The Life and Times of Col. Joseph Winston," and the paper is a most valuable contribution to North Carolina histor Tiik United States Government will place ambition at the Cotton States and International Exposition a detachment of its Fife Saving Service, such as was shown at the Woiid's rair. 1 ne equipment ami ai:...r.U'i.s 1 ' ! will be of the latest kind. II situation as to water in AtLnia more desirable than at Chicago, and the officials in charge say that t! is will 11 1 - 1 t - dc me pest eximm 01 the service ever made at any Exposition. Although an outsider, having no voice in the matter, the Coi.d Leai seconds the motion made by the Orange (Va.) Observer, when it says: " The Observer ardently desires the re-election of Hon. John W. Daniel to the United States Senate. He is a tii-in of imperial intellect, an orator of originality, a superlative statesman and of great personal popularity. Yes, Daniel is the man for the Senate. Let's make his election unanimous." Tiik last iisuc of the Chcnoa (111.) Gazette was a genuine Fourth of July number "ringed, streaked and striped" printed on colored paper after the style of the United States flag. A stripe of red alternating a stripe of blue running across the page (red, white and blue) produced a very pretty effect. It is no Fourth of July at all when Brother Hedge fails to celebrate the event by getting out a special and unique number of his excellent paper. The issue in question numbered i pages and the cover. Interest in the Cotton States and International Exposition, to be held at Atlanta, continues to grow. An evidence of this is seen in the recent action of the Executive Committee, when a resolution was passed directing the architect to prepare plans for an annex to Machinery Hall. This is made necessary by the fact that the great manufacturing States cf New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, have recently asked for larse space in which to make exhibits, consisting mainly of machinery of the finest kind. The trial of Baxter Shemwell for killing Dr. R. L. Payne at Lexington, is in progress there, having commenced last week. Judge Boykin is presiding. Motion was made to remove the case to another county, which motion was refused. A special venire of 300 was summoned from which to draw a jury. Twelve men were secured before the special venire was more than half ex hausted. The opinion prevails pretty generally that Shemwell will not be convicted, as we see from our ex changes. Able counsel are engaged on both sides and the case is being strongly fought. The parties inter ested are well connected and promi nent people. REAL MERIT is the character istic of Hood's JSarsaparilla. It cures even after other preparations fail. Get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. "TIIK l;OOK OF TIIKFAIK." The (ioi.i Leaf has frequently called attention to the admirable work entitled as above, published by the Bancroft Publishing Company, Audi torium Duilding, Chicago, 111. But it is really a work of such surpassing excellence and value that public atten tion can not be directed too often to its merits. As is already known " The Book of the Fair" is designed to be a full and complete history of the great World's Columbian Exposition, and as far as it has proceeded it has met every expectation and fulfilled every promise. It is written by the well known historian Hubert Howe Ban croft, in his most graphic and pleasing style, is profusely illustrated with the highest class of half tone engravings and is printed from clear type on the very best quality of paper. In short, it is a work of art in every sense of the word and is a treasure that every household, public and private library should possess. "The Book of the Fair" is issued in 24 parts at $1.00 a part, and to those who understand and appreciate the enormous expense of producing such superb effects of artistic talent, gifts of pen and letter press it is cheap at three or four times the cost. Persons interested should write as above for pospectusor specimen copies. Believing that we would be doing our friends a real service we will take pleasure in showing the work to any who will call at this office. ClianiU'rlain's is the best of all. Vincent J. liarkl, of Danliiiry, Iowa, lias used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever in need of a medicine for coughs and colds, for the past five years and says : " It always Ileitis me out. I ('anyone asks me what kind of cough medicine I use, I reply, Chamber lain's, that is the best of all." ti; and oUc. bottles for sale by Melville Dorsey, druggist. Here is a hint to Henderson business men. An exchange wants to know what makes one town grow into a city while others with equally good locations remain villages. It is because in the one case there are men of push and energy who are not afraid to spend their time and money to improve the town. They erect substantial buildings, organize stock companies, establish factories, work for public improvements and use every means in their power to induce people to locate ir their town. They tell the advan tages of their town wherever they chance to be, they write about it in every letter, they send their home paper to every relative, when a friend comes to visit at their home they treat him with such kindness that he falls in love with them and the town at once. V'. II. Nelson who is in the dm business at Kingville, Mo., lixs so much confidence in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Jn'arrlio'a Remedy that he warrants every bottle and oners to refund the money to any customer who is not satisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk in doing this because the remedy is a certain cure for the diseases for which it is intended and he knows it. It is for sale by Melville Horsey, druggist. We find in the Danville Daily Register an interesting account of the reunion of Company "C," Third North Carolina Cavalry, at Prospect uasweu county, July 4m. It is said to have been an occasion that wil long be remembered by the large assemblage gathered there. The event is the more interesting to us as we are sure it will be to readers of the Gold I -eak among his hosts of friends in North Carolina from the (act that Dr. B. M. Walker, of Danville, surgeon of the famous Third, and as brave and gal lant a Tar Heel" in time of war as he has been distinguished and chiv alric in the more peaceful pursuits of his profession and life since, was the orator of the day. The paper states that the doctor delivered an admirable and eloquent address, recalling many of the scenes and incidents of the war from 1S61 to 1S65. It was received with marked enthusiasm and elicited warm praise from those who heard it. Our friend measures up to every re quirement on all occasions. Last June Dick Crawford brought his twelve-months-ohl child, suffering from infantile diarrlui'3, to me. It had been weaned at four months old and had always been sickly. I gave it the usual treatment in such cases but without lienefit. The child kept growing thinner until it weighed but little more than when born, or perhaps ten pounds. 1 then started the father to giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea Remedy. Before one bottle of the "5 cent size had been used a marked improvement was seen and iu continued use cured the child. Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself believe the child's life was saved by this remedy. J. T. M A BLOW, M. 1)., Taiiiuroa, 111. For sale by Melville Dorsey, druggist. Your cranium is amply supplied with rotating disks, is the new and more elegant way of tellin-x a raau he ha9 wheels in bis head. In plaiu English that he is a crauk erazj-. IJHAT AILS YOU? Do you feel dull, languid, low-spirited, fullness or bloating after eating, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste in mouth, irregu lar appetite, frequent headaches, " floating specks ' before eyes, nervous prostration and drowsiness after meals f If you have any considerable number of these symptoms, you are suffering from Torpid Liver, associated with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. The more complicated your disease the greater the number of symptoms. vo maixer wnat stags It has reached, Dr. Pierce Golden Medical Dis covery will subdue it. Mrs. Mart Mott, of Ravtn Rock, Pleatantt o, w. Ya writes: "Before usinir your Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, everything I ate would ferment in my stomach, and my tongue was so lerriDiy coated, I thought nothing would remove it. Since taking the 'Golden Medical Discovery," I can cat a rood meal, and en Joy iu" Mrs. Mott. JKOXD ALL STYLES Tiambler Bicycles There is ouly one price on Ramblers. Si 00 is enougn zh for the best bicycle that was ever built. More than $ioo is too nr.uclu Ramblers are made to combine lightness, strength, speed, ease and durability. Yon can break them if you try, but ordinary wear has no perceptible effect. Yon are groping in the dark if you buy without seeing a Rambler catalog. Postal will bring it. GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. WASHINGTON, O. C. Edward Stephens, Agt, Henderson, H. C. Messrs. Jim Shepherd and Beverly Brothers, of Suffolk, Va., spent Sun day and Monday in Henderson. Mrs. Ilamlin and little grand-daugh ter Julia Tucker, spent a few days at Virginia Beach last week. Misses Lucy Lewis and Bettie Wat- kins, of Milton, are visiting Mrs. Claud Hunter in Henderson. Clifton Cheatham and Horn Watson visited Washington City and Baltimore last week, on a pleasure trip. Dr. F. 11. Harris and Andrew J. Harris left Tuesday to attend the Christian Endeavor Convention in Boston. B. I. Powell, one of the several pop ular travelling salesmen who go out from Henderson, is home for a short while. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wortham re turned Saturday from a pleasant so ..... .. -. . 1 1 in journ at Virginia ueacn anu urn Point. Mr. John D. Cooper and family and Miss Sarah Burwell, left Tuesday for Old Point, where thev will slay sev eral weeks. Dick Wortham, son of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Wortham. who has been at school in Baltimore since last summer, returned home Saturday. Miss Hattie Walker, of Danviile, who has been visiting Miss Lila Tucker in Henderson, left yesterday to stay awhile with friends in Littleton. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Finch. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smerdon. and Miss Ella Smerdon, spent several days at Vir ginia Beach and Norfolk last week. We had a short but pleasant visit from Capt. W. O. Bobbitt, one of Granville county's good farmers and most agreeable citizens, yesterday. We regret to learn that Mr. R. B. Henderson is quite sick at his home in this place. His friends hope to see "Uncle Dick" soon be himself again. Mr. John Calvert, one of Raleigh's popular and clever young business men, has been greeting old friends and mak ing new ones in our town the past week. Mr. Ed Cawthorn came home from Rocky Mount quite sick a few days ago and is now with his father, Mr. Charles Cawthorn, near Kittrell,fceing attended by Dr. Sugg. We had an agreeable visit Tuesday from Prof. John Graham, principal of Ridgeway High School. Prof. Graham is one of the finest educators as well as one of the most cultivated an excel lent gentlemen in the State. J. C. Caddell, the popular and capa ble traveling agent and correspond ent of the Bibical Recorder, was here Friday shaking hands with our people, adding new names to his subscription list and increasing the amount of his "cash on hand" by way of collections. Dr. J. II. Tucker and wife, Mr. J. R. Young and daughter Miss Lottie, Mr. W. A Hunt and Miss Sallie Clary left yesterday for a trip to Boston and New York. They go incidentally to attend the great convention of the Christian Endeavor Society and will be away several days. The Roanoke Island and Nags Head pleasure party of whom we spoke last week Capt. W. B. Shaw, Major and Mrs. J. F. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Hicks, and child, S. R. Harris, E. A. Powell, D. W. Hardee, A. J. I Harris, L. R. Gooch, M. W. Hicks and Owen Davis returned home Sunday morning. Harpcri Weekly will soon begin the pub lication of a number of articles by Julian Ralph, who, during his recent tour in th West, investigated with his characteristic zeal and discretion such subjects as Civ ilization in the Indian Territory, Co-education in the West, and the peculiarities of Municipal Government in Western Cities. YEARS OF INTENSE PAIN. Jr. J. H. Watts, druggist and physi cian, Humboldt, Neb., who suffered with heart disease for four years, trying every remedy and all treatments known to him self aad fellow-practitioners; believes that heart disease is curable. He writes: "I wish to tell what your valuable medi cine has done for me. For four years I had heart disease of the very worst kind. Sev eral physicians I consulted, said it was Rheumatism of the Heart. . It was almost un endurable; with shortness of breath, palpita tions, severe pains, unable to sleep, especially on the left side. No pen can de scribe my suffer ings, particularly uring the last intha at thnoA four weary years. .DR. WATTS. I finally tried DrvfAiUes' New Heart Cure, and was surprised at the result. It put new life into and made a sew man of me. I have not had a symptom of trouble since and I am satisfied your medicine has cured .me for I have now enjoyed, since taking It Three Years of Splendid Health. I might add that I am a druggist and have sold and recommended your Heart Cure, for I know what it has done for me and only wish I could state more clearly my suffer ing then and the good health I now enjoy. Your Nervine and other remedies also give excellent satisfaction." J. H. Watts. Humboldt, Neb Hay 9, 94. Dr. Miles Heart Cure la sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. All druggists sell It at U, 6 bottles for K, or It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prios by the Dr. MJies Medical Co Klknart. Lad, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health Fertilizers for Fall Crops should contain a high percentage of Potash to insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment of the soil. Write for our " Farmers Guide," a 142-page illustrated book. It is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and will make and save you money. Address, GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nana Street. New York. Oak Ridge Institute. " Stands in the Forefront of Prepares lor College, lor Business, lor in all departments last year ; Iearly Location unsurpassed for beauty and sea level, in full view of the Blue Ridge ; mum of cost," our motto. Write for catalogue. J. A. & M. H. HOLT, : j. VOID BulK Soda. ! Bad soda spoils good flour. Pure soda the best soda, only in pacKages. bearing this trade mark KfT It costs no more than inferior package soda irver spoils the flour always keeps soft. Beware of imitation trade marks and labels, g &nd insist on packages S bearing these words ! ARM AND HAMMER SODA l Made only by CHURCH & CO., New York. Sold by grocers everywhere Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Recipes FREE. It. motn We guarantee all Eggs to be true to name. Write for wants. Catalogue free. SOUTHERN POULTRY YARDS, W. A. & Mrs. Annie E. Jones, Proprietors. ROXBORO, N. C. Civil Service Examination. Ralkigh, N. C, July 8th, 1895. Editor Gold Leaf, Sir: (Is Civil Ser vice right? is Civil Service wrong? These questions may be debated at any time.) There wil! be auexamination inltaleigh on August 3rd, 1895, of applicants for the appointment of Clerk, Store-keeper, Guager and Store-keeper-Guagor in the Internal Revenue Service, and the ques tion now to be considered is, "Do any of of the citizens of Vance county, or other readers of the Gold Leaf, male or female, wish to stand the examination?" If bo it is necessary that his or her appli cation shall be riled with the Seeretary of the Board (N. A. Brown, Raleigh, N, C.) on or before July 22nd, 1895. There being a prescribed form of application to be filed, those interested should apply to the Secretary for blanks. Upon receipt of each application the Secretary records same, and the appli cant becomes a candidate for the office he or she may select, and will be assigned to such class on day of examination. The basis of each examination will be de livered by the Secretary, under seal, from the Commissioner of Civil Service, in the presence of each class. The work of each candidate is put under seal by the Seeretary of the Board and forwarded by numbers to the Com missioner, who, upon; examination will immediately report the results of each, and all candidates who attain a certain average are put upon the list of "Eligi bles," from which number the Collector is required to select of the highest three to fill racancies as they may occur in his District. Respectfullv, W. DELICATE Should TJse FEMALE REGULATOR. IT IS ft SUPERB T0N1G and exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel all impurities. Health and strength are Guaranteed to result from its use. My wife was bedridden for eighteen months, after using BRADFIELiD'S FEMALE REGU LATOR for two months, is getting well. J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark. BB1DFTELD HEGCLATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. 8old by all DrujfiiU at SI. 00 per battle. 1,200 1,200 IN STOCK, TaJclvc Mildred Pottijds Annual Clover Seed! Gall, examine and get MY PRICE before buying. MELVILLE DORSEY, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. S?,2,leT,fW4, ln 20 Unites bj Dr. Mllus' Pain Pii.'l , ... ' Southern Fitting Schools." Life : 350 Students and 4 Graduates 40,000 in Buildings and Equipments ; healthfulness; Nearly 1,000 leet above "Maximum of advantage with mini Oak Ridge, N. C. comes v MiEii- 20 BREEDS 20. Choice Breeding Stock for Sale. EGGS 2.00 and 3.00 per setting of 13. Light and Dark Brahmas. Partridge, Buff and White Cochins. Barred and White Plymouth Kocks, Golden, White and Silver Wyandottes, Houdans, It. C. B. and S. C. B. Leghorns, . S. Hamlmres. Black Minorcas. Ked Caps. B. B. (iamfis. Indian Games. Black Laugshans, Imperial Fekin Ducks, Toulouse Geese, Mam- uronze luiKejs, lieigiau iiaies. fie Poof1 Health U T iiiCcins u 111ut.il iuiuc Liiu.il y you imagine icnuub ciiiu. fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. ,r Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. If youarefeelinp nut rf c-r ri r t. brown's Iron and generally ex- hansted, nervous, Jg have no appetite r. and can't work, Jr begin at once talc- ing the most re!ia- ,F ble strengthening medicine, which is S Brown's Iron Bit- ters. A few bot- J Bitters lies cure ueueni t- ..... 7 LUmC3 1IUK1 IllC j very in si uusc ji t . Ji - won t stain four , teeth, a ii d it's pleasant to take. , It Cures f Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver y Neuralgia, Troubles, Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only the genuine it has crossed red lines on the wrapper. All others are sub stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamps we ? will S r-vi. end set of Ten Beautiful World'1 VU-W3 and book free. BRO-VN CHEWICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. Want Refrigerator A Don't you? Then buy a (jrUKJNn Y . It is the best, cheapest and most dura- t 1 t-a r 1 r ble Ketngerator made tor tne money, nnu we say p hpnnp;r in iri nrnnnpir I sense! The first cost of the GURNEY is not only lower than any other Ke- fngerator of like class, but it is more economical in the consumption of ice and in lasting qualities, it gives oetter resuus at smaller expense in lact, it is a household treasure and a ioy for a life time. That is why you should 0 Buy THEQurney. SOLD BY S. & C. W ATKINS. EGGS FOR HATCHING from the following FINE- THOROUGHBRED FOWLS, For Sale Mam mothBronze Turkeys. Imperial Pekin Ducks, Barred Plymouth Rock and " Single Comb Brown Leghorn Chickens. The Barred Plymouth Kocts are Hawk ins strain' very hue Dims, iry them. Uraha Poultry Farm Co, inch 21 2 i RICH SQUARE, N C FIVE DAYS SALE Commencing Monday, July 15th, ... -i -iir . l And continuing through Tuesday, n cuncs- day, Thursday and Friday, Unless sooner sold out, w; Dry Goods regardless of to handle in future only Clo... You are REspectfully Invited to Attend this Sale ! These Goods MUST AND time mentioned, as we need Jl. FEW PRICES IST-A-IMIIflJID. The following prices will apply to any quantity, from one yard up : Columbus Bleaching, yard wide, - - 4i cents. Barlow Mills Bleaching, j, - - - 3yi '' Amoskeag Apron Check Gingham, - ' - 4)2 " Cohasset " " " 4 " Pacific Challies, - - 4 " Royal Zephyr Drers Ginghams, - v - 6 " Merrimac Shirting, - - 4 Lot of Calico, best quality, - - - 4 " 10-4 Androscoggin unbleached Sheeting, - 16 " 9-4 " 14 Maltese Draperies, .... SJ4 " Amoskeag Bed Ticking, - - - - 10 " Linen Table Cloth and 1 dozen Napkins to match, $1.98. Turkey Red Table Cloth, best quality, - 41 cts. yard. And many other Goods These goods are all new season, and are of latest style LEVINE & BROWN. (The Corner Store, J. R. Young Building,) HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA. Going ML GET THE BEST! Buy o! tin; Gllt;(K;st ! HOWERTON, anTrcSst OF DURHAM, Large Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Wagons, &c, from which to select. You will find in this selection the prettiest lot of OPEN AND Ever offered in Henderson. I sell them from $5.00 to can get them in Henderson. to $45.00 on pfood Open Bugrcries, Top Bugrnesand Phaitons as low as you want them Think well before you buy. best article, at a lower price pay some where else. Buy his business, and save enormous profits you've been paying. DURHAM, K. C. Write for Catalogue and Price List Tr-TmTT i iwi w mi mrotm i iylllll I The Stamp Is upon every article in Never have we had so varied, extensive and attractive a stock as this season. This who has taken the pains to you see it. Theie are all the terns bright and seasonable foreign and domestic. We want you to look through these " modish" fabrics and ac quaint yourself with the different lines we carry. The com bination gUALU Y, STYLE ANU LOW PRICE makes a torce that is irresistible and patronage those who want desirable and dainty, chosen discrimination commensurate with its desirability and adapt ability to the refined tastes of this community. fl Good Shoe is It will not disappoint you vice. You Know a trood triend bv trvintr him in thf ?nmp way you can testa shoe but tried a shoe you must keep it, complain about having to keep OUR SHOES. We know what thev are when we sell I be yours before you buy. Add this to our low prices and you have a measure lull ot satisfaction TWFt?FS CTT WffYS fHTWNFC I " v In the store that you do not sorts of goods that we say evervthintr we know. We count on that, and we try and into the papers in convenient skip them. But it you do not Headquarters We are better prepared than ever before to supply your wants in "something good to eat." A complete Hne of Sta ple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Salt, Meat, Meal, also Hay, Grain and Feed Stuffs. We buy in car load lots and sell n? low as accurate measure, correct weights and the quality the goods will admit of. Your trade is solicited. HENRY THOMASON, ECEIsriDEIR-SOItsr. 3ST. C. Elmwood Poultry and StoGk Farm. Egg ,c FOR and Plymouth Rocks, Silver Wyandottes and S. C. B. Leghorns and B. B. R. Games, si.5o for i5: S2.5o tor 26. bronze lurkey kggs $2.00 for 11. Mammoth Pekin Duck Eggs $1.00 for 11. Poland-China, Chester White and Berkshire Pigs eligible to record, $6.5o to $8.00 each. Southdown and Shropshire Sheep. Stamp for catalogue. Correspondence solicited. E. T. ROBIXSON, Jr., FA?CS"ILI?.VA- " J Kockbridire Co. OF DRY GOODS sha.I sell our entue siocko or value ; Having cietermmeu -garni Shoes. WILL HE SOLD within the the room they occupy, at once at Corresponding Prices. and fresh, bought the present and pattern. to Buy? TOP BUGGIES Prices lower than ever before $10.00 cheaper than you My prices range from $32.00 Know that you have got the than you would have had to from manufacturer who knows CP. HOWERTON. Sb- jl r of Newness our Dress Goods department. is the verdict of every one look and you'll say so too when newest weaves and latest pat draws to our store the best merchandise above suspicion with a care and iudsjment of - ' Like a Good Friend. when called upon for real ser- the trouble is. when von Imvn , , . - - - good or not. You will not them, and our knmvlprW ran ' 1 hear of just as there are all nothing about here. Can't print have the stock, thorns no flk. place such things as do not ret positions where you may not see what you want ask lor it. lor Groceries. HATCHING, guaranteed pure fresh, from Barred and White ) s-rev's ' forahairwniary yCie3vt- 1 , Notice of Sale. u XI)EllANl)i:Y,;iTK(r lwwer of s;ii. ...( .. .r- "r contained in two IWiUuV iv,, by Sue Jeffress and Alir.M V H husband, on the 27th tin- ..r , and tho 1st dav of Ai.iii i, ,IJ:irr -.1 null lrtuiiiuii in ifii'ii fkt . : ii.-i 1. pages 30'.t and 407. in th. p. ' Keeisterof De.-ds w v..,.0", the purpose or securing thi pavii "S indebtedness therein mt'iit'.u' --i" same, at the request of t!i, i,'i 'J SUillt;, X nui aril ill luo CoUlt 4 in Henderson. N. c, at tnihiic the highest bidder (or Ck 5s 22XD DAY OF .11 I. Y i'. - V x T conveyed by said l),v,i f iriMr-i The Western half of the lot on X h r Jeffress lived, adiomiti. ti,.. i. . "c J Rowland, Aniericus iirTda.-r' g,.V J'; Vnr Till I ilosri mt inn .. iT. .1 ' . r, . , , ' rti-ioi T..,. Register s olhce as above sw forth , of sale : 12 o'clock. r,!l- 1- This June 1 th. istf.v ANDREW .1. IIAMUS, TrUJ GET THE BESl WhenyouareabouttobuvaSiwm- I do not be deceived lw niii.r',- . i. and be led to think you cm Krt Most Popular for a mere song:. See to it that vou buy from reliable manu facturers that have (rained a reputation by honest and square dealing, you will then Ret a Sewing Machine that is noted the world over for its dura bility. You want the ono that is easiest to manage and is Light Runnin- There Is none in th wct's .1 uiu equal in net !u:;'c-; -Struction. durabiliiv ."-. parts, fineness of tin i... in appearance, ot hu-l improvements as Uie New Home It has Automatic Tension, Double Tnlc on both sides of needle ( tatareJ.T.ir.'r it : New Stand (fafiifart, driving whir!: - on adjustable centers, thus reducing lnex-l the minimum. I WRITE FOR CIRCULARS,! THE HEW HOME SEWING HJKd Obangb, Mash. Boston, Mass. ttrnSor.nr UU1CAQO, ILL. ht. unn, Bam FilLAU Cisco, Cal. Atlanta, ti. FOR SALE DY -li. G. DAVIS. Hemto)n.V( Agents wanted for other points :n County. STILL AT WON My business is gradually increase iJ it Rives me. pleasure to slate that 1 s fully prepared to do all work in nit 1 promptly and in a satisfactory mami have a full set of new iiiarliiin ri. !. Ac, and can do anything in the roof ins, puttennir, sj)outuig, and p-jiv of everv descrintion. I make a specialty of reiiairinc t-i;i stoves, locks, guns, pistols, tittinc k'' meixliiii' tinware, etc. Prices naU ! and work guaranteed. TOBACCO FLUES. I have everv facility for ooiim tiii t'A of work and shall make a specialty i( this season. As I expect t be kei.t h would advise that orders lie i.laH early as possible. Nothing but the rt materials used and wiiKiiianlii t' standard. If holiest work, fair and sipuie hi. and low charges count for iui Ihiiie i' working man s favor, 1 will goto tiif ' i I am not cotdei.t to occupy any position in my business, and am detrtn.' to win my way to the front by f",Cr ' merit and lust deserts. Prices as reasonable as is cohmM'm.ih first-class work. Remember tin huilding opposite Dr. Tucker's. W. T. CARTEE TkoroHiWireil Fauci P S.C.Brown Ler thi! Kgg .Macln Giant BlactJ largest chaii If -I :l il.t irrnl- 'ijf CUIChen umi - Effffs $1.00 per 15, for hnUhin. and ready for delivery. Kan liatf i P anteed. 'There are no liner hini, -South than mine. Ciicular for. ,T. I. l$AItlIN, WiNon, N W. W. PAR KB DRUGGIST, HhNDhRSON, - N. CAKOLP- -u- JUST RECEIVI.I) LARG1C STOCr- NEW CROP I-Il-LDanaCAK!- Land ret h '5, Ferry's,- AND OTHHKS- NICE ROX PAI'KK 10 cents for 96 pages, With 25 Envelopes. Better for more money. of Also Ledgers, Day and Stationery Goods - kinds. Falcon ; a dozen. Gregory s( Notice. . ,t-f H AVING THIS DAV i ' A i as executor f the "-u ' ,4 jj, deceased, 1m fore t!"' rior Court ot Vance c.inn . fi v all persons holrtiuK cU." Boine Sunerior notify all persons nomiuK , sail estate to present them ' fJs iillipntirntPit on or l)efore , ;, 4 4 189tJ, or tliis notice will ! r.M.Jt.'f of their recovery. Jrsoii '" u..t estate must make inm.-e-Iiait This June :rd, 1W5. r,, of the estate of A. II. ISoiiu.-" - wuv a uuoj,