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THE HENDERSON GOLD JL.EAF THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. aw - TH AD R. MANNING. TKi:.M OK MIJMJKiniON: uMKMrn oi s riiocEEDisci.s. ; compliment to mk. jeknigan. The most unprovoked assault upon' In a recent issue of the CelestiaA the freedom of .-peech and the liberty ; Empire, published at Shanghai, China, jf the press that has come under our ' a CODV Gf which is before us, we find One copy one year, " months : .r,() 7 ..",() r--i. a,' at every postofliee in Vance ami a.i joining countie-. Correspondence on all subjects of licnl and treneral interest and opinio:. s upon matters of public concern, are invited. Tne eilitor will r.ot be responsible for tin; views or statement of ci. i re-ponder ts al reserves the ritflit at all times lo revise or reject any ai liele he may think proper. One si'le, ''lily, of tin- papi-r tuiist be written on anl the n-al name of t h writer accompany tin- contribution. .No j attention will be pai'i to anonymous let- t ters. ' I TIIL'ICSIAV. Al'Gl .ST 1, lSr. I Van'.k eoLN iv should make haste to supply all needed road machinery of an improved type, and adopt new and improved methods of building and keeping up our public highways. TiiK fill trade will soon be upon us and it behooves all of our business men to le active, (jo in for a larger volume. Induce the people to trade J here and let us all work together for a liver town and bigger business. Wk notice that a rate of i.oo a day has been made at the Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City, for the balance of the season. the finest fish in As August doubt large crowds months !! delightful seaside- next f)Ur weeks. WI resort is one of there, no visit this luring the Ti.'K recent copiuus rains which have been timely and sufficient to insure fine crops, and the people of this favored country may expert an abun dant harvest and standing trie prophets. hive fallen throughout the State- good times, notwith- cry of the calamity Thk great Massey -' libel suit has just been ended at Norfolk. The jury fniiid a vcrd: t in favor of the plaintiff Hon. John K. Massey, fixing damages at ?i,6co. Rev. Sam. W. Small, editor of the J'ilot at the time the libel was published, and R. V.. Ryrd ate the only ones affected by the verdict. The stockholders the J'ilot Publishing Company were not found guilty. Thk Sou tit tin Index, published at Rockingham, has closed the first year of its existence. Its editor Mr. A. S. Dockery, is to be congratulated up n his success. He is a young man, who started the paper without any previous training ur experience, and has shown rare aptitude and ability. The first anniversary of the Index is celebrated by putting a new title head on it. j Continued success to Mr. Dnrkery and his paper. : notice lately was perpetrated in an i alleged court of justice in IJuncombe county last week. It seems that a case had been removed from that county to another. In commenting on this I rank E. Robinson, editor of the Asheville Citizen, took occasion to respectfully dissent from the course of the presiding judge (H. C Ewart) and characterized such proceedings as "unnecessary, expensive and a reflec tion on the intelligence of the people of Buncombe county." For so doing the over sensitive "iedge" had the editor brought before him to show cause why he should not be fined or imprisoned, one or both, forcontempt. The editor disclaimed that ary con tempt or disrespect of the court was intended, but maintained his right to make a fair and fearless comment on the action of Judge Ewart in this or any other matter, as he had done. But his offended dignity didn't see it in that light and so he proceeded to exercise his power with which the last Legislature clothed him when he was elected judge of the Western Criminal Court district. Result: Editor Robin son was sentenced to pay a fine of S250 and imprisonment for 30 days. An appeal was taken to the Supreme Court, which of course will be the end of this farce. The editor was required to give a Js2oo bond, which was promptly made up by friends present at the trial fourteen prominent gen tlemen, bankers, merchants and others voluntarily signing the bond. The papers state that Judge Ewart displayed great feeling in his trial of the case and many persons were simply disgusted at his conduct. Talk about a non partisan judiciary! We venture to say that if Robinson had not been editor of a Democratic paper this case against him would never have been heard of. the following complimentary allusion THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. Judge Ewart put on the war paint in rather thick daub in his sentence issued against Mr. F. E. Robinson, of the Asheville Citizen. Mr. Robinson avers that the proceedings of the court to Hon. Thos. R. Jernigan, of North were not unfairly reported, and that Carolina, Consul General of the United no contempt of the court was intended States at that place. Mr. Jernigan and that he had merely exercised his made a fine record as Consul to Japan under President Cleveland's first rights under the Constitution as the printer of a public newspaper to make his criticism upon the acts of the Tud"e -... . -. - . -r - . I ... administration, ana it is gratnying 10 presiding. tor this exercise, of a con know that he is winning fresh laurels stitutional right the editor, Mr. Robin - the diplomatic field. It is not S, was to be jailed for th:rty dais c 1 iirirr t r- mitsVi nrnorc tr cf 1 1 (Kir 3 r r tribunal was of course made. It looks no representative in the foreign service at this distance that the new Tude of the Government has made a more is arbitary and unreasonably severe in ! enviable reputation or has been more his decision. It looks as if he feared ! efficient and faithful to his official criticism and would put a gag upon ., , t public thought and rob the press of the duties than this distinguished son of ,t,f 6 . ,. T, ' , b right of free printing. If such is h s .North Carolina, me following testi- aim he wU1 fail The people. canno monial of his usefulness and capability afford to allow the subjugation of the wiM be read with interest by his press, the strangulation of tree speech, f. :,n(js . the top-lofty performances of judges , , T) , wno may ue hostile to the criticism of I CJLLlUa T M. lUli A. m A-V. Vliiituili . J J j o 'I t hpir rntircp arm n rp rnrfi t r rAr,M,n United States Consu -General at "V, , " J 7 a 6 . ' , . 1 . 1 . . all offenders to fines and imprison- Shnnuhni. was made the recinient of a . , 1 I mant I till irt I- U'Trf t .1 1 11 ! 1 wen expresseu tuu wen uiciiicu icsn- cr . ,- , . .v . . . .. , this sort, but his action as renorted lllULild.1. atucu U y 1 1 ui t3v.ii tan to ui I 4 - . . . V.a r l-'fA opto r f miccirtnoru rl I 11 ttt,.., hold the scales with judicial fairness, in the midst of wrath remember the right ana temper it with justice. North Carolina is not a good State for any men of the ermine who may and 1 It is in the tires and rims that Rambler excellence is ra jst apparent. They are less likely to burst or break than any others, and are most easily ana quickly repaired. All styles Rambler Bicycles $100. None better less. Catalog free. at any price none so good for the same or GORMULLY & JEFFERY KFG. CO., WASHINGTON. D. C. Edward Stephens, Agt, Henderson, H. C. nominations in China. The testimo nial was quite unexpected, but all who are aware of the prompt assist ance that Mr. Jernigan has rendered officially, and even more so, unofhc 11I Ur o f oil timpc whpn hie accictanrp I hie 1 Hffcirpn will rfcmiltr norrPA I . J7 . , J- , f 1 override the rights of citizens, editors iiu nic g.vti iii.i....al i.i-i , nllhl:,.h-r inHnH.H rrh it w.i; wpll deserved. Mr. Terniffan I ., T . . " if nf c 1 nr inic snip no 1 nairoi- 1 1 .-n .1 hsc Kppn hnf enmnarativp v enca Irintr 1 J t. tt 1 J "f D nrm n tunnnw it-itV. o,,l , . ... , e 1 - .jtttttt, i'iL4i vviiiiiJL: auu a siiuii 11111E 111 uui iiiiuai, in iiuuu ui I u.. r t ,. , , , . , , , mission. 1 he history of North Caro ms ijicuctcsbuia nave ui3-iiiii ttu iiit 1 1 j -,u .. 1 c 1 r v, , . , lma is nlled with examples of defiance maniioia consular ana juaiciai auties . kh; ,i, , j , , r.. . . . I f'tttt ..tt Ji-ttvj.. imjiuo or me omce wun greater prompiness, r,, , i,- r i, r. , . , . . ,1 of wrong was laid upon it. Bancroft vve nope 10 see iur. jernigan long . , ,, ,nvr,nnv nf amongst us ana we nave mucn pleasure authori vHlnot se wel, Qn lhg ui yuuiibimiK y I"- l"""'u" Hpnr ante Mfn in nffirn ,rflrlr,n , . . . . I wvwwv-mui A ll ill Vilify, UIV, If I IVJW uiai F.c.ii ...in, ....... prone to usurpation, to a stretch rf follows: Y,MTr t nUm u Trr.Tf- - "The missionaries of the American m.,i! ku, .. lrri n.Tatif nhni-bDa in I h in Q VOi'AIT. I - nM Wu-;nT nn tho Knitp.l stntps Elizabeth" there were with "a giant's Consul-General during the war, and power" who were "tyrannous" enough appreciating the readiness and prompt- "to use it like a giant." It was this ness with which Mr. Jernigau has at known fact that led the greatest of all times given his aid and influence in poets to forever immortalize the tribe the furtherance aud protection ot their in wor(js 0f jmperishable power: : i . l a . 1.:... l . : . 1 "i i liiiciesis, uesire 10 present to 111111 mis Apportionments for tne A. & M. Col lege for the Colored Race. Apportioumeutof free tuition pupils by Congressional .Districts and counties, made by the Board of Trustees: First District Beaufort 2, Camden 1, Carteret 1, Chowan 1, Currituck 1, Gates 1, Hertford 2, Hyde I, Martin 2, Pamlico 1, Pasquotank 1, Perquimans 1, Pitt 2, Tyrrell 1, Washington 1. Total iy. Second District Bertie 3, Edgecomb 3, Green 2, Halifax 4, Lenoir 2, North ampton 3, Warren 3, Wayne 3, Wilson 2. Total 25. Third District Bladen 2, Craven 3, Cumberland 3, Duplin 2, Harnett 1 Jones 1, Moore 2, Onslow 1, Sampson 2, Total 17. Fourth District Chatham 2, Frank lin 3, Johnston 2, Xash 2, Randolph 1, Vance 3, Wake 5. Total 18. Fifth District Alamance 2, Caswell 2, Durham 2, Granville 3, Guilford 2, Orange 2, Person 2, Rockiugham 2, Stokes 1. Total 18. Sixth District Auson 2, Brunswick 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 i4-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 WORK?, 93 Nassau Street, New York. Oak Ridge Institute. " Stands in tne Forefront o! Southern Fitting Softools." Prepares for College, for Business, for Life; 350 Students and 43 Graduates in all departments last ytar ; Nearly 40.000 in Buildings and Equipments ; Location unsurpassed for bea uty and healthfulness ; Nearly 1,000 feet above sea level, in full view of the Blue Ridge ; Maximum of advantage with mini mum of cost," our motto. Write for catalogue. J. A. X: M. H. HOLT, Oak Ridge, N. C. 9 i ZoT-vT; & I I are a source 01 lo:...- are a source oi'io::;;,,.. arc .1 source .,f If YOU rar- f., V boo'.c on the liSl, children a:c which Frcv's has cured t,"r , unt, V ; ;e-t. 3Sj Tlie Airicnltnral ani Mechanical Collep for the Colorei Race, AT GREENSBORO, N. C. The Fall Term will begin Wednesday, October 2nd , is;i."i. Examination for ad mission will be made Wednesday and Thin tday, October I'nd ami :iid. Kxainination of county students will be made in each county by the county examiner on the first Saturday in September, next. Instruction is given in Agriculture, Horticulture, Dairv Management, the Mechanic Arts, the English Language, and various brandies ot Maliiematic it. Physical, Natural and Economic Science, with special reference to their applications in the industries of life. A limited number of girls will be admitted for whom, in addition to the regular course of work, instruction will be given in Music, Sewing, Cooking and Laundry woik. This School is endowed by the United States, and the State of North Carolina. It is not sectarian, and is n;t controled or influenced by any particular denomination. T Kli MS. COUNTY STUDENTS: OTIIEU STUDENTS: Tuition, Free. Tuition, im t session $1U0 FOU A I STUDENTS: Hoard, per week , $ Lodging, use of room, bedding, V.e., per session KUIO Instruction on phnio, two lessons a week, per month l.UO For use of piano per session 1 .(H) GILMER HIGH SCEOK llr,Ml.R !. x c For Boys and Younv JOHN A. GILMER, A. x 1'KIN. U A! iic.i;.',l I im..i. s We applaud the Citizen editor's testimonial of their sincere regard. r,f ;., ion., I - 'I J'lV-Jt It! t AllLAIT U1IL1 (I ULllUl I L . and acknowledgment of his unfailing Most ignorant of what he's most assured, tliFnl. I His erlassv essence like sin nii'M'v nne hatevcr the outcome of Judge paa ,,", hp ,lfia Plays, such angry tricks before high K wart's a .tion yesterday, the Citizen honour of our country aud its Christian As makes the angels weep." BUILDING COTTON MILLS ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. Cotton factories built on the install ment plau have succeeded elsewhere, and with every advantage there is no will continue to express its opinion of institutions. the acts of the Criminal Circuit Court freely and fairly. We do not believe that the day has come in Buncombe when fair, respectful comment on the acts of a judge can be said to be out oi place in a newspaper. No judge is aoove the people, nor beyond criticism 1 -1 1 ue judicial ermine may at times sit ter how secured, would not pay here aury on tne snouiders of the best also. Cau we not have the cotton judge ; and when it does may there factory? Henderson Gold Leaf always be some one with the courage You are right, Brother Manning to say so, plainly and respectfully. Mills established on the installment An expression of opinion is always in plan have succeeded elsewhere. One order in a lrce country, and we expect j instance appears right here in Gaston to take advantage of that fact from time to time, contemjjt proceedings to the contrary notwithstanding A Inner J - v O" " a This language may not have any application to the new Judge at Ashe ville, and his offence against right and justice may not be so great as reports would indicate, but if he is really aim ing to suppress free utterance and put handcuffs upon the North Carolina Thk Charlotte Xiios on the action of Judge commenting Kwart in adjudging Kditor Robinson, of the Asheville Citizen, guilty of contempt of court and sentencing him to lays in jail and to pay a fine of 250, says : The bench is no more above criti cism than the pulpit, and if an editor believes a judge has done wrong he should say so fearlessly without fear of being brought into court by an offended judge, and subjected to such penalty as his prejudice may dictate. Wk notice that the services of our gifted friend Henry Blount, of the Wilson Minor, are constantly in demand as a lecturer, lie has recently delivered his celebrated lecture, "Beyond the Alps Lies Italy," in several places in this State. Last week he delighted the cultivated and appre ciative people of Koidsville and Webster's Weekly says this of him: "Mr.. Blount is, without a doubt, the world's greatest word painter, and as a public speaker could not be surpassed." Wk. welcome to our exchange table the Durham (Hole, which has just been revived by Mr. Robert II. Cowan, an able and experienced journalist whose return to the editorial chair wilj be hailed with delight by his friends and the fraternity generally throughout the State. As might be expected of any publication having at its head such talent and experience, the Glole is a newsy and well rditnl J - ..VWV reflecting credit alike upon the pub lisher and the town. Cur best wishes are with Mr. Cowan and his enterprise. that line there can be no retreat for newspaper deserving of the name reason why such an enterprise, no mat- press he has undertaken a job far too great for such a Hercules. As a public newspaper with sacred rights the AJessenger is jealous of any infring- ment of any paper's rights, and of any unwarranted attack upon the liberties of men connected with a free press W,l,r,r, 1 '1 I hprp 0 rr nrtA rr trr cimilir nrmp I O ni Charlotte, ihey will succeed in r-r tu. u,u .. Henderson. When you get ready to anncxed to it, or will admit of some THE SI N MAN AS PKOIMIET. I lie Durham Sun, genial and tal ented Jim Robinson's bright little daily, takes a look through the political horoscope and speaks in this fashion push this matter, come to Gastonia and let the Gazette pilot you over one or two mlils in the second (some say first) cotton manufactnring county in the btate. Mills on the installment plan are great saving institutions. If there is anything our young men and all other small but regular wage earners need in the South now, it is the en- excuse, but envy wants both. Burton. A NORTH CAROLINA HORSE. II. f. freeman, in the Caucasian, couragement of weekly savings. There :.: 1 . , .... 1 w ' v wrn.ng aoout the Alliance meeting in are several surh right here in nur town U dson county to-day, and Maior who in one hundred and sixteen Guthrie, the speaker, invites the people weekly payments to date have laid up to "hear one of the best speakers in snug little sums in the stock of this headed in 2:04J. Gentry went to the first me .-uue tne next Governor of North mill, without which thev wouldn't Miuater in 60 second, half iu 59i (which is me iastest nan ever paced m public) inree-quarters in L;6Ur He Paces a Mile Almost as Fast as the Wind Blows. Fkekpoht, 111., July 25th. Ten thousand people saw John 11, Gentry pace all around Joe I'atchen yesterday afternoon at Taylor's Bark. Gentry was a slight favorite in poof. although many horsemen backed I'atchen. In the first heat Gentry was never For additional terms see catalouge, which can be had by addressing. " The. Tiesi- 1, Columbus 2, New Hanover 4, Meek- dent r the Agricultural & Mechanical College for the Colored Race." Greensboro. N. C. leu burg 4, Fender 2,Kichmoud3, Kobe- son 4, I uion 1. Total 23. Seventh District Cabarrus 1, Lin- coin 1, Catawba 1, Montgomery 1, JJayidson 1, Kowau 2, Davie 1, Iredell 1, ladkm 1. Total, 11. Eighth District Burke 1, Gaston 1, Caldwell 1, Surry 1, Cleveland 1, Wilkes 1, Forsyth 1. Total, 8. Niuth District Buncombe 2, Polk 1, Ifendeson 1, Rutherford 1, McDowell 1, rota 1, 0. J. B. Dudley, secretary Board of Trustees of the Ag ricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Kaee. At some seasons of the year Business often tapers; Then the men with visions clear Keep ads. in the papers. West Union Gazette. Going to Buy? GET THE BEST! Buu oi the Cheapest ! H0WERT0N, anSst 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 TOP BUGGIES liver ottered in Henderson. Prices lower than ever before I sell them from $5.00 to $10.00 Cheaper than you can get them in Henderson. My prices ranre from s2.oo to $45.00 on good Open Buggies, Top Huggies and Pha-tons as low as you want them. Think well before you buy. Know that vou have ""ot the best article, at a lower price than you would have had to pay some where else. Buy from manufacturer who knows 1 1 nis business, and save enormous nrolits vou Ye 1 The rricipal wa fill.wr.t iii.l ..t 1 V'.iV, u-i t..t- II, 111 t. 1.... experience in llih v!:..,.i I'ttnilc n ,-. tl.... 1 ' Clashes and llilwi ', ,.i pared for College an.l i;tr ...V,' ; : SITUATION. " Located in the l.';iU;!ul v 1 , town of Hendeison, ai c,. c', m . ;'' inff the advantages .f L.,,i Ml, " privileges, healthy ,.; in. ; f'' railroad facilities. n..t,, i; , i ' secured for pupils from a diMai.cI. TKKMn. Classics, $5.00 nor mow Higher English. $4.00 " " Fall Term Begins August; For catalogue and f ,(.,.,. address the Principal. a'-if-,. JOHN A.('.ll.MI i;, A M 11 I ttr In,;; y , Pen pay in C.P.H0WERT0N, DURHAM, N. C. Write for Catalogue and Price List The Stamp of Newness Carolina. While we are not of the have had a red to show for their earn s'mit- I'uuucai opinion as the Major, ings. Push your cotton mill have still we are pleased to hear our towns man spoken of in this way. It is a pleasing pastime. The Major is a .good man a conscientious man and he would make a far better Governor than any we know in the Populist ranks, jsut we are strongly inclined to the opinion that Durham will furnish the next Governor of the State and the looms put in, too, to weave the product of your spindles. Gastonia Gazette. From a State exchange we take the following item : The fourteen wealthiest counties in North Carolina are given in the fol however kindly we may feel disposed g' accordinS to property, the .1 tr . . . larsesr are nampri timt vvoiro inn iu.uus me major we must whisper in . "" his car that wc do not think he will be ?tllh??S Buncombe ten millions; the man. However, time brings about MecWenburg, nearly ten ; New Han- - v f 1 .- r pirrnr inn rttvAA - i . i strange incidents and we mav vet see . ' -s"-wiiv.c-iL.unus , rorsyin, . ... J I PlCThf I iirhim r 1 ,f ine co-incident of Durham furnishinir tt uvcl scvc"' the two candidates for Governor of the u0rd' nlarly S1X ; and opposing parties. Such a thine is ' " c.v cn ' ocKingnam, possible ; and probable oueson, uranville, Iredell, Johnston, Th;. r t:. , . each nave a llttle over four millions. 1 jhii vook, uoiu ana vigorous and conservative as he is, to comment as follows in his Concord Standard : Col. fule Carr would make elegant and good Governor, deserves the best the State has. an He new Many of our readers will recall the mysterious murder of l'.Ianche I-amont and Minnie Williams, two young women, in a church in San I'rancisco, a few months ago. Theodore Durant, a young medical student, who was an active member of the Sunday-school and a church worker, was suspected of tne crime, arrested and There v.-ere ugly rumors the name of the pastor with the affair Mso. Now it turns out that all theories and suspicious circumstances were wrong. A man named W. l- Barrett ! 1 1 1 , , . u.ib coniesseu nimsell the murderer of the two girls. 1 h t. .sew ork 0rld of last week recalls the battle of Bull Run, the first notable engagement of the civil war, and says, Thirty-four years ago last Sunday was fought the first great battle of the civil war, along the creek called Eull Kun, at Manassas Junction, in Vir ginia. The battle and the extraordinary Kenneth Bazemore had the good fortune to receive a small bottle of Chamberlain's folic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy when three members of his family were sick with dysentery. This one small bottle cured them nil and he had some left which he gave to Ceo. W. Baker, a prominent mer- nam oi ine place, L,ewiston, N. C, and it cured liim of the same complaint. When troubled with dvsenterv. diarrhoea, col cholera morbus, give this remedv a trial ami you will be more than pleased with theresu.lt. The praise that naturally follows its introduction and use has made "it verv popular. 2r and 50 cent bottles for sale bv Melville Dossey, druggist. In the second heat Gentry asraiii took the lead with Patehen close up until the three-quarters pole, when Patehen threw a shoe, and Gentry jogged to the wire 2:06 going the three quarters iu 1: 32. In the third heat McIIenry sent Gentry away at a two minute clip which carried Patehen oil' his feet and he broke badly. He was not in it after that and McIIenry could have shut him out. department, attractive a Mrs. J.I. Bell, Ottsaicatmnie, Kan. wife of the editor of The Graphic, the lead' Ing local paper of Miami county, writes " I teas troubled icith heart disease for six years, severe palpitations, short ness of breath, together with such ex treme nervousness, that, at times I would waiK tne noor nearly all night. We J . , . ..... IS 1 DOn PVPrv nrti.-h i ,- r i cousuiieu me oesi meuicai talent. I i ' ul -tit ui xltjss l jO()( K They said there was no help for tne, 1 ever Have We had SO Varied CYtf-nqiv .in,1 that I had organic disease of the heart for .1- . .' (- r(-nsl v- ailtl ni.sk j i , j j o i vrv tir, iiiis senenn I Ho , l r - . m Jl a m t Jt I "V T I -- I . A 1 J 1 jrour auvertisement in lue urapnic ana WHO liaS LaKen TllO mint; to aaL- , ,,'11 i ayearago.as a last resort, tried one bottleof i PalnSllt, l0Ok 'intl Oil i say SO tOO when jr. Miles' New Cure for the neart, J w" 1L i "em are an tlie newest weaves and latest pat- which convinced me that there was true tems bnLrllt and Sfncnnnl do f.A. 1 i ," Kr merit in it. I took three bottles each of the " , , , "'v, iw.v,iu aUU UOIJICSIIC. V C Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine and UtU,L -l LO lOOlv tllUOllgh these " modish" fabrics 'Hid It completely cured, tne. I sleep quaint VOUUSelf witli tlif rlifiV.r,. f-II -i', wellatnight, my heart beats regularly and u: tt a t V7,. . - "-" c UH. 1 lie COni- Ihaveno more smothering spells. I wish ullLlOIl UUrtLll I , bl V LL AND LOW PRICK nn'-OS there'srelief untold for them if they wili " T a"U UrilWS t0 lH" St()le the best only give your remedies just one trial." un.it, IHOSC- WHO want merchandise above Simttir'f m T TUTU TT A rl 1 1 ... I A fir-1 1 . 1 ,. 1 1 . 1 . . I " ' ir.iautancariureissumoa a posiunj I 1 1 1 1 1- illlfl ,1 nr' c incn n.if , 1 i uarantee that the first bottle will lenefit. . . . J v...won viun tt care atlU HlCl'mient ot ill drueirists sell it at 81. 6 bottles for S or I niSPnimnaf inn , . . -i , -' it will be sent, prepaid. 6n receipt of price i.u.unn.iibui.iit: Willi US ClCSirabl itv ail( rub NORTH CAROLINA College of Agriculture and MechaDici-- 'l'h' next scsMun f N ( , hcyiti S.ptciiilHT l,,Mvn county scats liist SitMil;n , Vounir men dtsiiin; ;l l.-rl.n.c,! at an unuMially low c..-t will , u apply Un Ciitalom- ! AA). llOl.I.AhA.iN,.,,;,.. . I..H, V I RKioewayJlQii For lJoys and (;irSi Fall Term of 1895 Coimiirm us flujiiM and Continues Tv.t iiTij V.nks. " TOTAL KXl'KNM s Tuitimi, ".((, lii un .,,,,) vj I'.oiird, (including wh-Ihk- i.,t ... lu. l.) . 1S.(H. Music, with us.-of iiisinnii. i,t.) i. :atalo.u'ucs luinish.Ml U, .-ippiira.,, dOHX KAII A M, 'iii.riii, Kii.m.i.w w, c CETl"HE best When you r.rt- a1 mt to 1-n -.- a s.-w-m- V do not be K-ccivil ,v allutin' :. iv. 't , nnd tic lc1 to think you c:::i ; . t i: I . J . -' finest finished :md Most Popular for a more sonp. See to i; tint you buv from rM;able n faeturers that liave ,1 a rejiinatiiin l.y lioiji-t and s.,. i:v deal :ni,', vi. II will tin n :it a Sewinj; Machine that is !) :i (l the world ever f.r ii:; i!ii;.i bility. You want the .;ie th..t is easiest to u:ai;ay e uud is ae- euarantee that the lirst bottle will ' All druEKists sell it at SI. 6 bottles f t u n m uuBcui, ii riiii ivi, uu receipu ui unco i i i - hw t.ho Tlr Mila Moriieal rV F.lthart. TnH nf-lliftr r 4-li C. 1 r .t w- .w - i uuiiilv LU I 1 I I II J III " f I icrpj r T t Ii... . Tobacco Flues. ue are prepared to furnish tobacco Hues in any style and number at lowest prices. Workmanship guaranteed. We have had 1 ( years' practical experience and know the business. (live us your orders. Henderson Sheet -Metal Works, ii ii ii - ' ii. i). iiayes, .Manager. A New Railroad Hove. Charlotte, X. C, Julv 20th. A coufereuce was held today between iunic in which it ended were pictu- a v', L, " resque bejond anything else in ,h, b. m and. Sector IX A imprisoned, connecting it-b.jue ueonii anything else in the nismrv nt the ,,.,1 o:. 1 .1 . T V. . I i V. 11,11 I I I I : 1 I I 1 T . I T n OL I I " T , --, . . .. , , tny.j uuu i resiaent &. u. Alexander anil have formed the subject of writings Directors W. C. Maxwelf and J L voiummous to fill whole libraries. Yet forehead, of the North Carolina rail so completely have the passions of roaJ with reference to the lease of the civil war subsided, and so universally latc roaJ- The Seaboard people def are the American people looking luatelr stated that they would bid for forward rather than backward that r ,e' auU asked that the lease be tlie annivers.irv nf v.ti ' tIelerreJ further consideration b'v not even nnrrV 1 The Xortl1 Carolina road L. not ten noticed by one in ten of the imnortnnt lint. tnose who fought in the battle or consideration is now nnr of the important links in the rmtv,,n fi --.v vmv. i u SVAtPm Jf (ha 11 -1 the millions to whom at the time it com vy uZ seemed an epnt iif tiiin,t-vi,c. can mni-n o ,v,Jt.i. . '"h'juj iuijjui- 1 i " - a iuiuus;ii connection over tance. other roads it nwn'hv 1m,;i.?; r . .. Z J vuwuiu- ilUUUl torfv iinlo sr J 1 1 Mv l,ov was r .L-en w;,K , "f'c "" "uu lclai raus . .. . V-i - T , . ""'."""s1 mought tra.'ks . . ". v iLimueriaiu s tone, L holer; i-iarrnu'ii Jiernedv. Tw tl... 1 , 1 inaiiei 11 eiir.i inn. more on existing Considerable competition may All diseases of the skin cured and the be;.t complexion restored bv Johnson s Oriental Niap, perfumed and highly medi cated. Two cukes in each pa "k ace - cts. Melville Dorsey, drucist, Henderson, Ai.ea.iu reeoinniend tins rVmedv to all persons sutlering tVom a like complaint. I wi.l answer any in.juiries regarding it when M.-imp is meloed. I refer to anv countv oihcial as to my reliability. Wm." Ro vch J. 1, Priinroy. Campbell countv. Tenn.' lor sale by Melville lorst'y, drucgist. o dS of h" iS T ? VelP fr th,e C?Dtro1 of the rd. n sound and "ell. 11 6P1J , the Coast Line may want to bid also Protect the Game and Fish. Shoot or fish only in the proper season and escape the game warden bv observ ing the laws. Many States have new came nnd fish laws this venr anA k . , ... . - , tUA tt , I III Prospects are s;ood for a larce busi- , " l Kao Lnc' "i fire 2c. stamps Excursion to Norfolk. Freeland & Co. will run an excur sion lrom Durham to Norfolk Thurs day, August Kb. They have had ex perience m such matters aud the affair promises to be well conducted in every respect. Reduced rates have been se cured at the hotels and the attractions oi the twin cities, Virginia Beach. Ocean View, Washington and Balti more, are sufficient to induce large numbers to take advantage of the op portunity preseuted to visit them at such little cost. A rate of 3.00 for the round trip from Norfolk, has been made to Washington and Baltimore, by the elegant steamers plying between those points, giving the tourit 12 hours in the capital city. Train will pass Henderson Thurs day morning, August Mb, at 10:10. Fare for the round trip to Norfolk. $2.00. Do not forget the day and date. :THousands of Womeni SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES. BRADFIELD'S REGULATOR, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Bf Arousing to Healthy Action all her Organs.; It causes health to bloom, and! joy foreign throughout the frame. .it Never Fails to Regulate ... 'Mr Wife hmbMnnilil.rlri,lin.., . . , ... kuj.iuoiib iun?e years. wilDont honoitr . . ttM ALh HLGLLAl'OH ebe can do her own cooking, njiikliic and washing uuerwn J.l5. BKVAN.Henderson.Ala. BIUDFIEIJ) IlEOrLATOB CO., Atlaata, ta. Boia by drugjiiU at 11.00 per bottl. irepaiu, on receipt or i Medical Co., Elkhart Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health apt- 1,200 1,200 IX STOCK, Twelve Hdijdred Poflflds Annual Clover Seed! Gall, examine and get MY PRICE Defore buijino. MELVILLE DORSEY, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. can prices and ness this lull. for a copy of the Game Law issue of The wrml ) .tate St., rhieag4. For the hkst ami r hkapext Shoe oa Mrih.ao to HAIUKK'.S. Your Ice Bill Won't be half as large, it you've got the proper f kinfi nf a Rpfrinpratrkr w, xm ivii lyui UIiVI The proper kind is the fa mous GURNEY. It is the best, cheapest and most du rable Refrigerator made. Sold iu Henderson by Sv& C. Y ATKINS. fl Good Shoe is Line a Good Friend. It will not disappoint you when called upon for real ser vice. You know a good friend by trying him in the same way you can testa shoe but the trouble is. when you'have tried a shoe you must keen it. food or nor v,, ...:n 1 , , . . ' C" - . .vk. i uu vv J 1 1 ll()V rniTI 11 nm K.,.. K , x 1 yITT . I wi. wiw.aiw auutu ilclVlIlg K) Keep UUK hliOJS Wf kn viidL iiieyarewhenwe sell them, and our knowled ucjuursiUL'iorevou Duv. Add thi t l you have a measure full of satisfaction. THERE'S ALWAYS CHEAPNESS In the store that you do not hear of inst as thor,. -,-,. ii sorts of goods that we say nothing about here. Can't print everything we know. We have the stork- the,-,. count on that, and we try and place such things as do not -el into the papers in convenient positions where yon may not ski them. But it you do not sec what vou wnnt rV J - 11,1 iL. fieadauarters tor Groceries. We are better prepared than ever before tom.i wants in "something good to eat." A r(,ml,(,.';i .re.. pie and Panoy Groceries, Hour. Salt, .Meat, Meal, also Hav Grain and Teed btuns. We buy in car load lots and sell -Is UJ auiun. juidr,uiu, torrca wer its mv t w , i:.. .c the fronds will nrlmit r,( V.... .1. P. 1" V" '1"'" "I o ...wi. kji. i uui luuiu is solicited HENRY THOMASON, Elmwood Poultry and Stock Farm. pQ-Q-S FOR HATCHING, guaranteed pure w 6un T,11, from Iiarred a"(l White lymouth Rocks, Silver Wyandottes and S C B Leghorns and B. B. R. Chhk c, r. . r . . ' for 2b. Bronze Tnrkev vrr " T ,ur V5.2;0 Duck Eggs si. oo for i . " -"ammi Poland-China, Chester White and Berkshire Pis eligible She"'0 '0O V $8- ?ach' SothdoWn and Shro , ire Sheep. Stamp for catalogue. Co-respondence solic ted E. T. ROBIXSOX, Jr. faxcv n,u. VA. " Light Running TJiurc is r. r.o in :V J cm f(.;:il i-i i i. :. 3 stri:rti.i;i, lur-!..:.: . . ; jKirts, t n -ii. - ,!! in :ijpi':ti.i:i' , ; i:iiprovcnic:it- a . ti...- Ne w IIomi; It lias Automatic Tension. It in'.-!.- :.: on both sides of ntilU; if.iti'it.i. ' it : New Stan 1 ( frnt,;), ilnvii.:- .. . i : on f.d instable centers, thu.. redm 11:1; lriitnt'.a the minimum. WRITE FOR CIRCULARS. THE NEW HOME SEWIKG MACHINE CO. Obajhir, Manx. Bostov, M s. 2sfvi.-..v.-4i,r.S T CuiCAoo, Irj.. St. !i is, M- i-ii- iir.s, BAM KlUMriM'O, !.. ATI-. - I FOR SALE flV l. G. DAVIS, llfii ltrM.ii. N ( Agents wanted for other t,:n- in : Cuiinty. STILL AT WORK My busitu-ss is crailitulU itn-i.-a-it.e it pives me ili-a-iu- to Vt;i!- tli.it ! fully iiciiii''l to (! all win U in in ! jiniinplly and in a satM.teti.iv iu;n ii.i I have lull Mt. of m-w iiia-!,i!i.-n. t ; Arc, ami can Ij aiijtliin in :!. In- : riMiliiin, jfnttci intr, sMutin, i-jm.;; of every ili'sci ijition. I make a specialty f ivpiuu!, c-i.n; ! stoves, locks, gun-, j i-tol-. utii.z ' ineiiliiii tinware, etc. J'iic- - i - ' ' and wirk j;iiiiaiit-ed. TOBACCO FLUES. I have every farilitv fm i!i i' - " -i- " ' if woi k and sliall make a -j. ..!', this season. As I ex.i ct to I..- ! - 1 would advise tl.at onlri, 1.. 1 r : -early as jiinsitile. .'i.tlii:m l i 4 ti.- ' materials used and wi.ikii.:i: i !, standard. If honest work, fair and .:n- . i and low chaises count tor a-.'i.,.: 1 woi-kiiijr man s favor, I will -' t- ' I am not content to occupv a: v im - -position in my business, ami am ;. n:.i "; to win my way to tin; front !. f :c ' merit and Just le; erts. Trices as teasonalde as js con-i-!-:.! ' first-class woik. Keiuemlier !.- 1 -ljutl.'.iiiLr oppo-jte Dr. 'J"uck-i "-. W. T. CARTER. W. W. PARKHR, DRUGGIST, HHNDPKSOX, -X. CAK'-l lNA o MAM KAI Tl'liU! AMI JiiUI.I "K HEADINE, COUGHINE, wmi Crown Perfume Piirk vcr s Physiians' Prescriptions Day or Liver o- riii.-. Carefnlly Compon iit. A full and complete ' : DllLfJS AM) lUUGISTS' simii:ii. f) 1 cany a beautiful a--oit'; ' ' : TO I L IIT AND I'AXCVAKI ' l' Piii:s A. SMOK Kits' 4,,,,w Hair, Tooth and Kail Brnshes, Soaps, Perfnmery, Cigars, Tobacco, fit. Pricks to Sl it i hi: I HEAD INK WILL flKE- HEADACHi; AND SKI KA! -' v t