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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1895.
The Gold Leaf. HENDERSON, X. C. Tiii:i:si.vv, .iri.v isr,. DEAR HUSBAND, COME HOME. A fev vi;t ki z we ptiUl ilicil the following poem, copied from :m exchange. It is sufjto--l t' Iiiivt: been indited t' a member of the Ohio Legislature, and tell-i of flit anxiery and m i.-i v i n jrs of a wife for her liege lord. Mr. Kichard Marston Ii:t s wiitlen H leply, tir.u.sferriiig the seem; from Npi inglield to Kaleigh, by way of local application. Kmroi:. II inland, dear husband, ccue ho.ne to me now, From piingfield so co-v am! warm. I'fi lonely without you, why Io you come Ami see to the things on the farm V not You toM me whi;ii you were elected lat fall. If 1 would hut once l-t you go, Vou surely would come eie the winter was tiiun. Of course I b(:lici'l it was o. Iluibaml, dear husband, come home to me now, I'm siiiliing the odors of "piing ; Vou've stayed long enough in the capital there, Vou'ie mucli safer umler my wing, 'lie ohl lior-,u i pawing the stablr like mad, 'I he colt's in a tei i ible stew ; Tie-small In indie heifer lm-j not a white calf. A lut the cattle are bHwIing for you. llo-diaiid, dear hiiibaml, come home to now, I il like to o!i-,ei ye what you're at : te n will joii iret through with your bills illlll M-SOIVCS, And siiolif!i by thi- one ami that'.' i our milt-aye is aid by the longest llllltlll. way But take tin- '.hoit cut when you come 1 tiiir .eechfs are tweedle-dce but some way 'Iht-y don't hide your twtedle-de-dtini. '1 he voire dear ol jour IMy is calling you, It's m aily the lime to make M.ap ; And home i,f t. women an; a v i nif , my love, I'm giving you most too much rope. 'I hey say theie is desp.-iate llirting up there ith widows and maids not a few ; I haven't been kissed .since the dav that J oil left. Hut Joseph, how is it with you .' j--m e n-o-m-e : I -o-m f h-o-ni-e, conic home 1 on near me you ;ical itKei.v to i hi. ai:i i;. Dear l!etiy, my wife, your letter has come W hich calls for my piesence at home ; i am lust as anxious to be with you U tear, Ami see to the thiliL's on the farm 'l is ti lie, w hen I wiis elected last fall, I piomised you soon to return : But the unforeseen trouble was when had met V ttid not know when to adjourn. we Hut I hope my dear weet face. wife to behold vour J.onj; befhre the return of the sprint.', ri.r I have ne'er felt so happy since I 'wis born. As when I am under your wing. the colt and You've mentioned the the ealf, And Hint the cattle ai But you've not said if call ins; for I'a bawling for me ; the children are Or meiitioned tliwir innocent glee. Dear Betsy, my wire, you are aMxion k now Just the kind of business we are at -Well, the " I'op" i,,l t. "Kad-' j popplnsr about. to To frustrate our bills and all that. They nie killing the lime with (heir tweed le-diim-dee. And no wise anxious for home ; Then Ioiik, wimlv npeeches are u-t pop J.p, pop, All ending in t weedle de-dmn. True, my mileage is wav round, Hut will lake Hi charms : paid by lh.' oiiv i' short cut to your There is no one in Kaleigh me. like JleNy to Ami I'm longing to tly to your arm-.. You say that your voice is calling for me. Ami the time is now due to make soap ,' Hut 1 don't thank the women lor telling you, dear, That you are giving me most too much rope. "l'is true, tin heie is desperate llirtiiig up U'ith buxom young widows galore ; And as for the maids, both the young and tile om. They can bo reckoned up by the score. When the " sittings" arc o'er and we walk down the street. We me t ladies and gentlemen too ; hen some of (he ladies will give a salute Saying--' Well, dear, pray how do roil uu'.'" 1 will not inform vou of all 1 have seen Of fuoliug and ilirts not a Tew ; When I see that the " members" 'in general are "trapped," Hut your Joseph will always be true. You sayyuu have not had a kiss since 1 (A kiss on that beautiful face,) Hut don't get discouraged, for when I return. You shall have about ten on one place. I hear you call at the top of your voice railing on me to come home ; Hut the epithet rascal. IS not verv choice. Which must be apologized for when I conic. KU HAIUl Marsto Living by flic lav. My friend, learn to take short views. If you have money enough to-day lor your daily wants, and something over for Christ's treasury, don't tor ment yourself with the idea that you will letch up in an alms house. If your children cluster around your table to day, enjoy the music of their voices, train them for God and trust them to God without raking yourself with a dread that the little ones may be carried oil by scarlet fever, or the older ones may fall into bad marriages or some other disaster. Faith carries present loads, meets present assaults, feeds on present promises, and com mits the future to a faithful Gxl. Its daily song is: "Keep thou my feet; I do not ask to see '1 he distant scene, one step enough for me." So we exhort ;ou again most ear nestly to take short views. Let us not climb the high wall till we get to it, or fight the battle till it opens, or shed tears over sorrows that never come, or lose the joys and the blessings that we have by the sinful fear that God may take them away Irom us. We need all the grace that he can give us for to-day's burdens and to-day's battles. I would not penetrate the secrets which to-morrow hides, if I could. It is lar better to know whom we trust, and that he is able to keep all that we commit to him until the last great day. "Why forecast the trials of life ith such sd and grave persistence Ami look and watch for a brood of ills That as yet have no existence? "Strength for to-day is all we need For we never see tomorrow: hen it conies the morrow will be a to day With Its measure of Joy or sorrow." It is considered necessary in society to return a bill collector's call. An expensive jensive father. daughter makes a THE Feeding: in Summer. 1'ou I try Keeper. J l'oultryare self-sustainig to a certain extent in summer especially the small breed, such as the Leghorns, iJamen and Hamburg, tor insect loou is then plentiful, and frass is very acceptable. This applies only to fowls that roam at large. The case is different with those in confinement, for they are helpless, and the food must he supplied as reg ularly as is done in winter, hut it must he of a dill'erentcharacter. What must he avoided is the tendency to become very fat, which is more likely to occur at this season than at any other time. The grains are very fattening, but as fowls need at least a email proportion of such, it must be given them. It is best to feed on cooked potatoes, chopped cabbage and grass. The grass may be gathered and cut into small pieces before being thrown into theyards, aud wheat, corn and oats fchould he giv en moderately before they go on the roost at night. Then, again, the birds need lime, .salt, and fresh water. Pounded bones answer well for them and the salt should be given as a seasoning for their food. Fresh water is very im portant, and should ne ver be overlooked in caring for fowls, while clean liness is the most essential feature in manage ment. The large breeds are more easily con- lined in yards, beingquiet in disposition, and not greatly addicted to flying. Where there is abundant range, the smaller breeds give more satisfactory results, and are favorites for that reason. It matters not whether the range is large or small, a certain pro portion of grain is indispensable at night, and for fowls in confinement meat in some form may be given witli advantage. Yards should be shaded in summer, and the coops well venti lated, especially if the Hock is large. The Pullets at This Season. There is a right and a wrong way to raise pullets for the next year. They should be separated from the flock, and especially from the young cockerels, in order to feed them so as to push them in growth. It is not necessary to feed them heavily, as overfeeding them is of no adyantage; and if they have the run of the field, one meal at nisrht will he sullicicnt. The meal may consist i of ground hone and meat, mixed with ground oats, one pound of the bone and meat to two pounds of ground oats, moistened, a lb. of the mixture being .sullicicntfor twenty pullets if the forage is good. If the poultry houses are crowded, the cockerels should be dis posed of at once. During very warm nights the pullets will sutler from heat unless they have ample room on the roost, and if attacked by lice they will cease to grow. The object should be to have them as large as possible before the winter comes on, and they will then begin to lay early and produce c'l's during the cold season. A hen w hich is obliged to sit up all ni-ht to fight lice or other vermin will noL give her owner " fried eggs for breakfast in the mornim:."' liee.se, besides yielding a regular in e..ine in the way of feathers,Jare a prof itable fowl to raise for market. With etrgs so cheap, one must be very wise if a one cent egg does not cost two of grain. The Spokane Society Man. I New York World. J It is often truly said that the for eigner cannot get an adequate con ception of this country until he has visited the West. Certainly society in Spokane is different from anything we know in the East. At least the society young man of Spokane is a different being from his Eastern congener. A press telegram from California says that a bandit recently captured in that State has been identified as one of the leaders of society in Spokane. He belongs to one of the first fam ilies, is a church member, a crack bicyclist, and all-around swell. Such a revelation would, of course, be im possible in New York. It is quite as much as our languid swells can do to exist without making any additional exertion. None of them are likely to go into the bandit business. But if th is is the kind of dude the ordinary society man is in Spokane, what man ner of people are their "bad men?" An Interesting: Case. f Atlanta Constitution.! The hanging of Daniel Werling, the wife murderer, in Pennsylvania, after commutation of his sentence on the ! nai vaiiuv iuiemuieu it) sernrf n l mm ground that the Keely treatment had made him insane, ends a case which has attracted wide attention. Werling's lawyers claimed that he had been made insane by the alleged use of hyoscyamus while faking the Keely cure for drunkenness. It was proved that he had been rescued from the worst stage of alcoholism and had then relapsed. The board of pardons held that when a man is thus cured of the liquor habit, and voluntarily goes to drinking again and becomes a lunatic or a mur derer, it is the liquor and not the Keely treatment which is responsible. The man who commits a crime must be held to answer for it and not the medicine which made him a sober man for a time. Werling murdered a faithful wife whose industry had supported him, and, whether a lunatic or not, the general opinion was that such a dan gerous brute had no right to live. The tellow had every reason to believe that liquor would make him a lunatic or a criminal and yet he drank it. The decision of the board of par doos in this case simply means that when a man voluntarily adopts a habit which he knows will probably make him a lunatic he is entitled to no clemency on that account. He must pay the penalty of his crime just as though he were of sound mind when he committed the deed. Look opportunity in the face. A man must be on the alert to do that and must use every faculty of his being that he may be able to see the smiling face of opportunity. Almost any shiftless street loafer can see the back of opportunity. POULTRY YARD. The First Cost. The beginner who buys a sitting of eggs from good, pure bred stock at $1.50 a sitting and starts in early in the season is quite sure to make a good investment of it. Take the Brown Leghorns, for instance. There is money for all in this noble breed. Any one that gels as many as four pullets and one cockerel Iroiu a sitting or Brown Leghorns' eggs at $1.50 has made good thing of it, because the Leghorn pullets are worth twice as much as a common chicken as a layer of eggs for market, whereas in the financier's market such a pullet is rated all the way from $1 to $5 in value. Two dollars is a very common price and is readily paid for such fowls. Salt for Poultry. I American Farnier.J it is a common error that salt is fatal to poultry. This arose from the ill effects of allowing poultry to get at salt when they had not had it as part oi tiicir rations, and once they got ac cess to it they ate enough to kill them. All soft food given to poultry should be salted about as much as the same amount would be for human use: and if this is done they will never eat salt to excess if they are allowed to run where they can get at it. Salt is oue of the necessary elements of the blood, aad if it is not furnished in some shape the health ol the lowls will be impaired and their productiveness lowered. Breeds!of Ducks. The pure breeds of ducks are more easily kept than the common puddle ducks, as they can be made to thrive without providing ponds. The breeds best known, and which are the most gopular, are the Pekin, Aylesbury, Rouen and Cayuga, the first two breeds being white in color and the Cavmra black, the Rouen having a plumage of several colors. These breeds grow to a large size, and individual specimens have reached ten pounds in weight. As they grow rapidly they reach the market at an early age. Cheapness of Bone Meal. A pound of coarsely ground bone cp-" be procured for three cents. A cigar box of the bone meal, or groune bone, placed where the heus can help themselves, will aid in supplying them with lime for the shells, and alsosejve as grit. The hens will eat no more of it than they desire. The low cost, the ease with which it can be given, aud its keeping qualities (for it may be used fresh or dry) should recom mend it to all. Milk in Summer. Milk for very young chicks should be fresh and sweet, as sour milk may cause bowel disease; but for adults and larger chicks milk may be giveu sweet or clabbered. Buttermilk is also ex cellent. Give milk in clean vessels, placing it where all can help them selves, but do not allow that which is unused to remain iu the vessels. In other words, milk should remain in the vessels but a few hours instead of remaining until the whole is used. With eggs so cheap, every cent's expense will need to be carefully noted. ! or the poultry " Will eat their heads I oil"" before you are aware to it. The Sound Money Swindle. ! Bellefontaine (O.) Examiner. Under a single gold standard policy the money of the people would neces sarily be credit, or borrowed money, and every dollar would carry with it a bank's per cent. This per cent, would be added to everything either produced by this money or received in exchange for it. It will thus be seen that a currency system would be imposed upon the people that would inevitably rob them of their earnings, which, indeed, is the extent and the secret of it. Under this single standard system, it will be observed, that the money vouchsafed the people (maintained at par with gold according to promise,) would come to them dearer than gold by the bank's per cent., and then de cline in their hands to par with gold again, while the bank's per cent, would remain upon their purchases and be added to the profits levied upon them as consumers. This is putting the matter in the most favorable light, for, with barely gold enough in the country to main tain the greenbacks now in circulation at par, and with a vast debt in Gov ernment bonds hanging over us, pay a"'le' PrinciPal and interest in gold, ana held abroad to say nothing of me enormous dues to foreign holders 01 tne various other forms of Ameri can securities who shall say. under these circumstances, what will be the fate of the "proposed sound money" of the future after k has passed into the hands of the people? The free coinage of silver as primary or ultimate redemption money, and free from bank tax, is the paramount need, as it is also the pressing demand of the American people to-day. We have referred in this article to but one feature, and a minor one at that, of the "sound money" scheme to rob the people of their earnings. Cause of Hard Times. Judge Hubbard, of Iowa, says it is the existence of corporations. George Gould says it is the hostility to corporations. The farmer says it is the low price of wheat. The silver men say it is the action of Wall street. The Wall street men say it is the action of the silver men. The manufacturer says it is the fear of free trade. The consumers say it is the tariff. The debtors say it is the creditor. The creditors say it is the debtor. The Democrats say it is the Re publicans. The Republicans say it is the Dem ocrats. The Populists say it is both. The Prohibitionists say it is whiskey. The preachers say it is the devil. Now, what is your idea? Any dairy maid will inform you that the bravest cow will often turn pail. What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. ' Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. The use of ' Castoria ' is so universal and Ita merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are Un intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mahtym, D. I)., Xew York City. The Cextacr The Equity Life Association, Staunton, W. E. MANOR, General GEN. FITZHUGH President. M. P. FUNKHOUSER, Vice-President and Manager. P. II. TROUT, Treasurer. JAMFS BUMGARDXER, Counsel. E. G. FINCH, Agent, Henderson, N. C. Htn is ft HaM-flwrt is i wa. There is no Market Henderson. And there Our Motto: FAIR DEALING, HIGHEST PRICES, BEST AVERAGES, PROMPT RETURNS. We practice the above as fully as we promise it. Its observance has been the golden chain of enduring and unfailing confidence which has made success ours and satisfaction yours. CODPEES D. Y. COOPER, Proprietor, Henderson, North Carolina. Sell your ToUacco at tie House aid Market wMch Pays Ours is the larfCSt and best emiinne.fl wnrehnnso in rhi; ket. We have every facility for conducting our extensive busiiiess. Ample capital, large and well lighted floor, experienced help and polite service, comfortable camp rooms, plenty of good dry stalls. The past record of Cooper's Warehouse is the best guarantee of what its future conduct will be. Strict personal attention given to all tobacco put on our floor. Highest Market Prices Guaranteed the Seller, Whether shipped or brought in person. In our hands your interest shall be protected as fully as if you were here to look out for yourself. We work alike for the welfare of all our patrons, without regard to class or distinction, no matter where they are or who they may be. A trial will convince you if you are not already counted among our patrons. Old customers are convinced. Come and see us. We promise to send you home satisfied. . lSCNew tobacco is selling remarkably well. It would be to your interest to bring us a load now. Will get you top notch prices for it. D. Y. COOPER, Proprietor. Tie ELECTRIC TELFPHnwr a-MhboTm. Fin uutrumcnta. Km. in. . ' ' . W. P. Hsnisua A Ce., Clerk 10. Columbus, 0. j Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommended your 'Castoria, and shall always continue to tlo so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Tardee, M. P., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City Virginia. Agent, Raleigh, N. C. LEE, E. M. FUNHOUSER, Secretary. II. II. HENKEE, Medical Director. J. R. LUPTON, Supevisor of Agencies. that will rav vou as much for vour tobacco as is no House that will s:et MacMne Par ErceUence for Poulterers, WEBSTER & HANXUM'S Mil H r ' IiproTEd GREEN BONE Cutter. Medal and Diploma awarded at World's Fair Cheap, Durable, Practical and Warranted. o Fowls fed GHEEN CUT BONE will double their CCS vield. Vnnrnr rhipta ffrnar faetxvn it ! Get our circulars of Ureen Rone Cutter, Hand Crushers for making Grit for Poul try, prepared Pure Lime stone Grit, Little (, ia.nt Clover Cutter, &;.. ScC. WEBSTER & H ANNUM, GAZENOVIA N.Y. lri,Aoents.$75 a wm. Kxcltti urritnrT. Tmm bfiiDURak". WuuomllitM jk..m C r&niilr fa aw viUumu wuinf t. bmiKls. T phibbiu.lklB!iiM ft, Unix, vau-iirt diakx. . . .(..I Him iaM ' a4 (kfrfl will. So auldai I a.-:!:.... rriUo. j l.'.l......ni.M X.MU!!. (.MM. i W.P.BiEJUMiAC,t-..a,.u....- 1 bimi b Going to buy s3 . i mm m ' Think well before yoa buy. The best is always cheapest. We sell the best and cheapest o Henderson Supply Co. Office at Cooper's Warehouse. We have on hand the prettiest lot of Open nnd Top gies ever offered in Henderson, before. See them before vou bin- S. & C. WATKINS,iHENDERSON, N. C. GRAHAM flp nn tt 11 I III - HU.UU FARM vou as Bisr Prices as ours yea tae Most Clear Hey. or nnv r,thnr hrirrlit lonf mnr- j voven IPfPn'i WIRE li lU 31 3 a RABBIT AND POULTRY NETTSNC. r&e McMuIlen Woven Wire Fence Co l aa ISO A. Market St.. Chicago. Or". M.-.. im t L m. ITW Ultra. U- mmm in. m II u M 1 m. W Ibt, u tt it ifcl IK. . f f I I1 , "f 1".,?1 1.fe1. rrh I"1'-" tkt I woo! 4 tu tak fJW 4 M pot ck WW I wmi. I u arprord iM p4 . I rcjrtJ jot trrwmt u all uran from """J- " W oif. U Mop Hi.d-.1 lar trflj." PATIENTS TBEATEB hY MAIL. COKiriDEMTl.l . . ... . " - " . A. f. f. f(L llicni I rillTZI. CIICAtft 11 DIPt - m o A arge stock Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, always on hand from which to select. Hug Prices lower than ever SHEPPARD'S MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON. Not one pound of Scrap Iron is ever used in these goods. DURABLE, CONVENIENT and ECONOMICAL. All Modern Improvements to Lililon Housekeeping Cares. Twenty different sizes and kinds. Every Stove Warranted Against Defects. Prices not much liipher at this time than on commoner kinds ot Stoves. Call on or address rtDIMnYoult OWN IIOXK. MEAL. rMNLJ OYSTER SHELLS. COItN. FLO UK, Vc in the Celebrated a ivm ivn t t (Frank whs son's """ - - mJ 1U-JL.1JJJ, patent.) iuu per cent, more made in keep- -mtf poultry. Also I'UWKi: 31 ILLS AM) FEED MILLS. Circulars sent on application. WILSON BUGS., Easton, Pa. Want Refrigerator A Don't you ? Then buy LiU lvi 11 1 . It IS tlie DCSt. -T11TIMT T. .1 V cheapest and most dura ble Refrigerator made for the money. And we say cheapest in its broadest sense. The first cost of the GURNEY is not only lower than any other Re- ingeraior 01 like class, but it is more economical ihe consumption of ice and in lastinir finalities. 1 It gives l etter results at 11 smaller expense in lact. it is a household treasure and a iov for a life time. lhatiswhy vou should Buy TiicGurney. sold i:v S. & C. W ATKINS. lCAV t AI 0,1 nMUt MAKKSi COPYRIGHTS. CAN I OnTATN A PATENT? For prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to M I ' N ?! Sfc VO., who have bad nearly fifty years experience in the patent business. Communica tions strictly confidential. A 1 1 11 11 d book of In. formation concerning I'atentH and bow to ob. tain tnem sent Tree. Also a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken throneu Munn & Co. receive special notice mine Mrientilic Anierirnn, and mu re nroujim, wiaeiy Deioretlie public with, out eost to the Inventor. This pplendid paper. issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the world. 83 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly, a year. HinR.e uiiiua, veins, r.vvrj iiuimmr contains Deau tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest deslirns and secure contracts. Address MUiNN & CO, KEVr Vokk. 3t BiMMDWAT. -fvnaiV73cl itv I Jr. 1 1 T! TiafMr. n!...i rVi? v ,V' m, sl "r JNoilh Carolina ; and J. V . .Mallt'tt. Plofcsvfir r.f i:,.l ..,.1 inuustruu Chemistry of the University or ... , utiifift ami A womiei fill .r,i. .r , tin. euro f oil .i:. " " Liver, Constipation and Dyspepsia. ,nir?atatloKU0,c,mtai"inK aalyses, testi monials, Ot-c, address. J. F. IIAItKIS, Proprietor, Henderson. N. C NewGoods The daintiest, prettiest patterns of season's Novelties are now ready for your inspec tion. You will wonder where we found bo many rare and beautiful things. And you will won der, too, how "ve manage to sell them for so very little. H. THOMASOM, General Merchant. Notice. HAVING THIS DAY QUALIFIED as executor of the estate of K i BoHiir. deceased. Wore the Clerk of" the Superior Court of Vance county this is tn notify all persons holding claims against 2 V-ate. 5f present then, o rn"gdulj erI1rt;?ted n r b",ore 3rd day of June' 1. or this notice w ill be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Vmr in.ic...L. . " "fi f the estate of A. II. Uoii.K,!ec-asel. Alkaline n" Water, na More of TCHELL'S A Certain Safe and Etle?" VI Sunt, WEAK and mm Micittttrmy th Tumors, Hid Kvrs. :... U"1 Artll rt.KM.VNI i- j ,. 'V UJf IUa. AAnnllv .: . k4- SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS JI 25 Car - Nr.th .& M, lMtVn j..rvl equal or compare with HsitVw Witch Hazel Oil HEALING APPLICATION-. t J, . used 40 years and alwavsaiTX,? and always gives suis'.ution. It Cures Pii.es or lhM.kk i:k r or Internal, Wind or l'Kvdm . -'ji if Burning; Cracks or l-'ii::vsa,,j 'j"" Relief immediate cure u-nMn It Cures JJrRNS, Scald u::.!li-pn.-Contraction from Burn-;, k-1 , KV5 It Cures Torn. Cut ,Z "u:- Wounds and Bruises. -Ci It Cures Boils. 11,-t Tumor, n , Head. It is Infallible. w It Cures Inflamkk t Cakfu K and Sore Nipples. It k ii.v..::;.,' ;,. Lta It Cures Sam- Kiu i m, 'l , . ' Eruption?, Chapped Il.n.K 1 ,"u!rNj. Sore Lips or Nostril, dm, j: Sore and Chafed Feet, Stints .,i 1, Three Sizes, 25c, 5..' a! ', Bold by DraggisU .or unl post-prnj uu , BiariiREW m u. co., 111 111 .uu. V." IMITAFI II mtf 1" GET THEBEST. That's the Kind I Kee 1 would most rtMn ftfiiiiv if..... .. public that 1 am at my , - - - .-."', "in 11' 1 1,3, , complete assortment 'l WHISKIES BRANDIES, WIIsTES, TOEACCO, CIGAESit.il. Nothing but 1'L'KK ; u i)s allow come in my liouse. My PURE OLD CORN WHISKEY a to . 4 . I A I'lH. All I asK ls tnal, anl you will ClltiVitll'.xl My prices are LOWKU than th,. TERMS CASH vim- me ;i c;ui. S. S. WH1TTEN. IIENDEUSON. N.c. THE yiMnwi SEWING MACHINE IS TI Ii: IJl-ST. If aiidtoitivMl Cover Kvi r Malc Xew Si j l Ski-lfiitn Caw, The only Machine that will s-w li.M K- WAU1) as well as t MI U A I: U Mth t stopping. Quift, Li;lit llmii.iic, ablr in all its parts. wi; si;mto ii:aij:i:som. CorrcKpoiHlcncc Sli t il. UNION' MAXlTACirklViOL w 1 a ?! ii: i 1:1c. ouiii r, Toledo, - - - Ohio. OSCAR OUTLAW", Tonsorial Artist, llKNIJKKSON, NOKTIl .:I.IV Kemoved to lu-w miaitn- Min'ily v..'c 1.. w . . : (. i Watkins'. "in on the ltohimI lioor." Na more climing up .stairs. '1 In- n.ol t,ii"' convenient and I KCt kitten nn Chqcinrf T)iiiIaii in TfiWi ""B "' IN THE LEAD I Tliat is where we n- con tinually striving to !. jur- red on by the appro! a'i":! and good will of our m customers. And v;: find us " right then'" v. h-n comes to carrvim a h and Iresli lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries, CANNED GOO I IS. Totaco, Ciprs, M, St, fe Wc have also a select .-tn- of the purest and lx st LIQUOIIS. Pnre N, G. Cora Whistey a $m Our Motto The Ii !" none too good lor "tir ' tomers. Our Policy To sell it Lowest Living Prices. Give us a call. JOS. T. JONES & CO.. CVNEIL BLOCK. Henderson", - N. C rms paper r'v rrrtlln Buicauuo Rpni-e ! i. '":J" wjtt jK.sn, equally -ni-. i0s -oilier mala!i-K. ,.!, . , .n''ih Korea. 'J'miior. v.i. ... "'iv. HwiLariihinD.i..ii "sti. niiiit.i.i. Yll.ii : .on.