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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, NOVEMBFB 30, 1899.
ALL WOMEN AGREE. A druggist in Macon, Ga., says: "I have sold a large quantity of Mother's Friend, and nave never known an in stance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for it. AH women agree that it makes labor shorter and less painful. Mother's Friend is not a chance remedy. Its good effects are readily experienced by all expectant mothers who use it. Years azo it passed the experimental stage. While it always shortens labor and lessens the pains ol delivery, it is also o the greatest benefit during the earlier months of pregnancy. Mornii.g sickness and nervousness are readily overcome, and the liniment relaxes the strained muscles, permitting them to e-'iand without causingdistress. Mother's Friend gives great recuperative power to the mother, and her recovery is sure and rapid, banger from rising and swelled breasts is done away with completely. Sold by druggists for $1 a bottle. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, GA. I jt our Ctm Uluuiated ! ( f ciyccUat ulthcrfe The Gold Leaf. henderson, x. c. TIIUISIAY, NOV. CiO, iSii. SUPERINTENDENT MEIJANE'S WORK COMMENDED. Praise From a High Source for a Capable and Conscientious Official. Th: present SuperinU-inlrnt of Pub lic Instruction hits been laboring in season :iml out of season to impress thu public mind with tlx: i'b-a that thu work of public education is too jreat in importance ami the results too far reaching for partisan politics to be allowed consideration in this work. This idea is taking hold upon the public mind, and especially is meet ing the approval of teachers. This will be seen from the fol!owin,r taken from the Liberty Rcjisler, published in the interest of Liberty Normal Col lege, Randolph county: "Hon. Charles II. Mebane, Superin tendent of Public Instruction, is the Becond man, who has not shown par tisan politics while executing the duties of his ollice. "The State needs a man as Super intendent of Public Schools who is broadminded enough, who is pro found euough, who is liberal enou-'h in his feelings so stand above par tisan Klitics, fear or prejudice and work for the common good of all; the rich, the poor, the high and low and all people and all races; a man who has a heart to feci ami a mind to comprehend the need of education in North Carolina, and who will lay aside party interests and parly politics and party feelings and pull off hi3 coat and put his shoulder to the educational wheel. In all the above and more too Hon. ('. II. Mebaue has won for himself an envi able reputation. "And the ieiisfer recommends that the people put Hon. ('. II. Mebane back in otlice for Superin tendent of Public Instruction for the sake of education, for the sake of the children of North Carolina, and for the good of the State. -Prove all things and hold fast to that which is good,' is a very j,- jd rule. "We care nothing for the partv of which Mr. Mebane is a member. The man and not the party is what we need in this oHice.'" 1'rO'jressice Far mer. JjUOO lteward. $IOO. The readers of the Goi.n Leaf will be Sleastnl to learn that there is at least one readed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive eure known to the medical fraternity. Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tlie MimmI and mucous sur faces of tliqpystein. thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative lowers that they offer one hundred dollars for anv case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. U7isold by druggists, 75c. The stenographer has come to stay, and no where is his or her use fulness greater than in the court house. In all important cases one should be employed. Crcatcr ac curacy in getting "the testimony is secured, and being made permanent as it were will be of inestimable benefit to courts, and counsel and juries. Much time will be saved, which is money to the people, and no doubt more certainly assured, by securing the projvr makeup of cases on appeal. It is a cause for con gratulation that this important agency is coming more into use Raleigh Fast. Wood's Seeds. Seed Potatoes For Fall Planting. Wc have just issued a special cir cular " A New Idea about Planting Potatoes," lecommending the wis dom of experimenting: with planting Early Potatoes in theFall. We will mail circular free to any one in terested upon request. CANADA FIELD PEAS Sown in November and December make a large -yielding and most nutritious forage crop early next year. Write for circular giving price and information. T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. Wood's Descriptive Catalogue lor 1900 will be ready January 1st. It (tlyes full Inform, tion about all Seeds adapted for plant, las the South. Send your name and address and we will mail . . Catalogue as soon as Issued, THE UNIVERSITY. Interesting Information About Our Chief Seat of Learning. The I'uiversity Record for October, just out, contains much of interest in the form of statistics as to the stu dents and information in I'nivfrsitv life. regard to On the 18th of October, one month from the first day of the session, the enrollment was 480 in the academic, law, medical and pharmacy depart ments. This is the largest enroll ment ever reached during the first month of any term, and with the summer school enrollment, omitting duplicates, will carry the total up to The following denominations are renresentated: Methodist, Episcopal, liaptist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Dis ciples, Christians, Disciples of Christ, Moravians, Methodist Protestants, Duteh Reformed and Jew. The new men of this year come from sixty pre paratory schools and thirteen Col leges and State Universities. The professions of the parents of the students enrolled are as follows: Farmers ."G per cent.; Lawyers 7 per cent.: Doctors 7 percent.; Mer chants 11 per cent. ; Ministers 5 per cent.: Teachers o per cent.; Manu facturers ; per cent, others 20 per cent. The following trustees have made gifts to the University: General Julian S. Carr gives a handsome dormitory building, now in the course of erection, to cost $18,00').0. Mr. Henry Weil, of (ioldsboro, gives the library $1,000.00. Mr. James Sprunt provides for the publication of the Monographs on North Carolina and United States History. Mr. Jas. I',. Loyrl, of Tarboro, $10. 00 prize for the best thesis on "The Government Ownership of Koads." Old students will read with pleas ure about many improvements in the campus and village, also of a well perfected plan for the organization of the Alumni. In the chemical department a new course in dyeing ami bleaching has been established for the study of textile libres, their preparation for bleaching, the colors and dye stuff, methods of dying and the sizing and finishing of cloth; thus giving prin ciples and theories of this side of the mill industry, and ruakinj the practice intelligible. The University has more actual students than any Southern Uni versity North of Texas as it is reach ing the whole people as it has never done before, lniring ttie past two years it has loaned with security and interest nearly six thousand dollars from the Deems Fund, thereby aiding many needy students. Over one third of the students are the sons of farmers, which shows that it too is the school of the farmer as befits an agricultural State. Two thjrds of the number of students are at the University as the result of some sacriliee. Nearly one-third are sup porting themselves oy monev wiiicu thev have earned or borrowed. So strong is the spirit of self help that seventy-nine students are supporting themselves by labor while in College, earning this half term about three thousand dollars. It is no exaggera tion that the University by its loan fund, scholarship and opportunity for labors makes it possible for any worthy boy, however poor, to obtain in North Carolina as good an educa tion as rich boys and are paying else where. THE WONDERFUL TWO-HEADED WOHAN. The dual unity Millie Christine is attracting the curious public at present. This wonderful being, or beings, is a negro. She was born on Mr. Alexander McCoy's plantation, near Whiteville, Columbus county, N. C, on July 11. 1851. Her parents belonged to Mr. McCoy. Mr. McCoy sold Millie Christine to a man by the name of Urown for $10,000, Mr. Joseph P. Smith, of Wadesboro, going his security. Millie Christine was stolen, and Mr. Smith had to pay Brown's note. He became the owner of Christine; also of her father and mother. Millie Christine was found in London and brought back to North Carolina. She was again abducted and again found. Millie Christine physieially has one existence; mental ly two. There is only one spine, but two perfectly developed heads and busts. The two heads resemble very much. They or she talk in telligently. One sings soprano; the other alto. Millie Christine is indeed the eighth wonder of the age. An Honest, Manly Protest. Our highly esteemed and venerable friend Kev.J. D. Hufham, D. I)., one of the ablest ministers in North Carolina, and with few equals among the many Baptist ministers in North Carolina, has written an eloquent, vigorous communication to the Ral eigh Diblical Recorder, Baptist, on The Recorder and the State Prison." He protests in admirable English, forceful thought and fervid eloquence against the attitude taken by the young man who edits that organ of the distinguished Doctor's denomina tion. It is written in a more elevated strain than any thing we have read in some time from a North Carolinian. We have long regarded him as one of the best of our writters, and he is as pure and true as he is able and ear nest. In a long intimacy extending through thirty-five years we have never known him to be inconsistent but once. But that by the way. His manly protest does great credit to his clear head and warm heart. Iong may he live to uphold the right, the humane, the merciful. Wilmington Messenger. We disagree entirely with some of our exchanges who think that there should be a change in our divorce laws. When divorces can be gotten in secret then there will be a Hood of cases. Let there be open full investi gation, let the public know who is at fault, let the world know for what slight cause the parties seek to break the marriage bond. The causes for divorce should be few not many. The last Legislature amended the law. We doubt the wisdom of it. North Carolina home life has been kept pure and peaceful bv its whole some divorce laws. Let it remain so. The next Legislature is not likely to make any change in the law. Certainly it will not provide a secret method of trying the cases. Windsor Ledger. Powder and shot, loaded shells, etc., at H. Tuomasos's. LOVE LETTER NO. TWO. ANNIE'S"REPLY TOYOU KriOW" PUBLISHED LAST WEEK. An Expressive Missive Full of Humor the Two Must be Read Together to Properly Appreciate Them. A correspondent of the Concord Standard is the author of the follow ing answer to the love letter of You Know", published last week. Dearest "You Know": bile languidly . sitting under the drop- nintrs of the twilight, and listening to the melodious notes of a plaintive Tom cat perched on the back fence, what should I receive but your own dear letter, tilled brimful with hon eyed words coated over two inches thick with sugar of sweetness. I can't find adequate words to promul gate my calorilice esoteric feelings. as our dictionary is spending vaca tion abroad; but, oh! your letter wa3 a treat better than a rural pedagogue's treat the last day of school. It was chock full of the very quintessence of double - distilled sweetness, with a large vein of deli clous, honey-dripping love running all through it, and sticking out in places, like a small boy's head from a window of the school house when the circus or a load of early water melons passes by. I was charmed by the quaint style of humor oozing out from your unique epistolary dis sertation; and while ruminating like an unsophistictated goat on the county-seat of old pair of pantaloons, my heart unconsciously capitulated to your elastic affections which had surrounded it like the rubber cover of a base ball in the bottom of an old-fashioned frog pond. I love you harder than a softboiled egg; my heart leans out toward you like a dumpling or a fried flap-jack toward the canine cavity of a hungry dog gone it. My love is stronger than the city police or boarding-house butter. How I long to be with you, and bask in the moonlight of your regal smiles, on a dark night, after the old folks have retired and the light burns low. Your precious eyes are like golden stars of promise peeping out through free-silvery clouds of national dis aster. Your nose, never having poked itself into other people's busi ness, has had ample opportunity to grow, and has most wonderfully and fearfully illustrated the principles of "expansion." lhe incipient mus tat-he, which sits under the droppings of your blossoming nose, is soft and velvety to touch, and reminds one of some great event which has failed to occur. It shelters a large, swe mouth which laugheth at fear and snuteth out immense discharges of the liquid extract of borrowed chews of tobacco, like melted lava from the turbulent mouth of an affectionate volcano. A bountiful harvest of auburn hair overshadows your clas sic forehead like a brush arbor over a camp meeting. Your benignant smile is like a gentle ripple on the surface of a national lake of home spun molasses; and the odor of your spicy breath brings back fond recol lections of the fragrant smellitication of odoriferous Limburger cheese. Your ruby lips with honey drips. They are like twin bulls which arise in the morning, paw and bellow tne "round, and butt each other into the 1-1 . m id tile of next week. Jons ot succu lent kisses are smeared about over the suburbs of your roseate face like soap-grease on the interior of a lard jar filled with peas. Little cupids are picking about over your classic coun tenance, and the thrilling melody of your stentorian voice is unequaled by anything other than that which issues from an up-to-date frogpond after a summer shower. One wee smack of your luscious, rubicund lips is worth a whole hogs head of the nectar which Jupiter sips and a swig o' cider to boot. While resting my unworthy ueaa on your manly breast, with arms en circling your compact neck like a weary pumkin vine around an old stump, I am as near Utopia and tho capital of the county as when gulping down the products of an ice-cream factory, or disputing with the hired man as to how long a dead hen lays. Before receiving your letter, life to me was a dreary Greenland over grown with ice-covered lichens of aifecticnal indifference, but now it is a tropical Africa with the mosquitoes all transported to Siberia. The translucent flint of your heart struck the opaque steel of mine, and myriad scintillations touched tho powder of my affections and complexion, and a lively explosion blasted away tho rocks of indifference, and unearthed a glorious fountain of blissful love growing up as calves of the stall. I am most felicitously happy to inform you that I do most assuredly re ciprocate and return your affections, in a neat little package, post-paid. I enclose half a dozen kisses for you. These should be kept in a dry place to keep them from sticking together. Write immediately or sooner, if you can, and next Sunday evening I shall sit on your knee as usual; and be lieve me to be, your own little pet. Annie. Concerning Ex-Senator Ransom. It was stated in our Raleigh cor respondence Sunday that "some per sons are saying that ex-Senator Ran som will be a candidate for the sena torial nomination." Of course "some ersons" are saying this, or our Raleigh correspondent would not have sent this paragraph; but our in formation is that ex-Senator Ransom, now a man about 74 years of age and the largest farmer in the State, is at home attending strictly to private business and getting rich cultivating his fertile farms on the Roanoke. Under the circumstances it is a positive cruelty to mention his name in a newspaper, especially in connec tion with a public office. We have no doubt that when they saw this item in Sunday's Observer' a number of people in various parts of the State dropped dead and that many more were seized with hydrophobia and foamed at the mouth. Forgotten are his services to North Carolina in war and peace, and not even Cleveland is more effective as a bogie man. Ran som for the Senate! The Populists in Populist uniform and the Populists in the habiliments of Democracy; the disappointed office-seekers and the ex-office-holders turned ingrate, are all against him, they all have fits when they see his name or think of him, and combined they are anarmv, mv masters. Charlotte Observer. NERVOUS troubles are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, -which en riches and purifies the blood. It is the best medicine for nervous PEOPLE THE PRESS. Its Power and Influence for Good in the Community. Every public enterprise appeals to the press for support, and if de verving, seldom fails to secure it. The newspaper of to-day is a public institution, and therefore sympa thizes with all others. It is not subject to the narrow and rigid rules which apply to merely private call ings, but to the broad and enlighten ed principles springing out of its re lation to the public and its duty to the people in the collection and "pub lication of information relating to their interests. The business of journalism is no longer a mere incident to the printer's trade, it has become a great and leading profession, with honored fraterual organizations similar to the medical societies and bar associa tions. The newspaper is tho great educa tor of the great masses of the people. It induces them to rea l and compels them to think. The man who reads the newspaper is a citizen of the world. He feels an interest iu the people of all lands, for their doings are brought home to his door. He rejoices with them in their fortunes, and sympathizes with them in their misfortunes. A good, clean, moral newspaper is next to the Bible in ennobling man kind. It is also the great agent of pro gress and reform. Abuses do not reform themselves. It brings them to the attention of public opinion as often as it proclaims the imperious decree. Our nation is blessed with a free press, and as long as it remains free from official censorship, the liberties of the people are safe. Durham Recorder. The Iviml You Have Always ture ot jnas. ii. i letcner, ana lias Deen made under ins personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-g-ood ' are but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups." It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mibstancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverisluiess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and IJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The 3Iother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the In Use For THE CEHTHUB COMPANY, TT BSSJSSSff' .sum sm The Pu ii ' t'T a tir jb 11 W W U'i' mi m m m Mil IMmA I o I I 7 BBBD P) XI Zt jlmum Hardware Farming Implements. Tools, Builders Materials, Fence Wire, Nails, (inns. Ammunition, etc. Prices alwavs the Lowest Either Wholesale or Retail. DANIEL & CO. Money saveajsjttoneu Made! And you Certainly can Save Money by taking Advantage of the Opportunity Now Offered. In order to make a change in my business I shall offer fit and Below Cost tor the next 90 Days ! A Nice Line of very DesiraMe and Stylish Ladies' Dress Goods, from a Cotton Plaid to All Wool Cashmere. Also a large lot of Ladies' Underwear, both Cotton and Wool. Also a big line of Ladies', Misses and Children's I also at the same time offer a large lot of Men's and Boys' Shoes, of all sizes and styles. A very handsome line of GENTS' AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS, from Wool to Fur. A fine line of Pants Goods and Men's Underwear, both Wool and Cotton. All of which Will be Sold at and Below Cost! There is no catch in this; the goods must be sold. Those wishing to obtain bargains will come early. Henry Thomason, HENDERSON, N. C. JUSTICE TO flR. DAVIS. The following editorial appeared in a recent issue of the Boston Herald: "In a collection of rare photographs in the possession of Mrs. Jefferson Davis is one of unusual historic in terest because it depicts her late hus band attired in the clothes worn by him on the memorable 10th day of May, when he was surprised and cap tured by Colonel Pritchard, U. S. A. These clothes were recently presented to the Confederate Museum at Rich mond, Va., and consists of a long, straight coat, trousers, top boots and soft felt hat. "Now and then some one drags out the old story to the effect that when captured Mr. Davis was dressed in woman's clothes. The story is un true, and should be set at rest for all time by the testimony of Caspar Kno bel.who, as one of Colonel Pritchard's force, was the first Union soldier to lay hands on Davis, and who was subsequently paid a portion of the money which the United States Gov ernment had offered for the capture of the Confederacy's chief. "Knobel is still living, and, in an article which he wrote but a few months ago, and which was pub lished in a Philadelphia paper, occurs this message: 'Just after the capture of Jeff Davis he walked over to the wagons, with Colonel Pritchard and myself at the rear as guard. Here, while going across the road, Mrs. Davis threw a shawl over the shoul ders of her husband, as it was a little cool. Davis did not have on women's clothing, except the shawl.' " Skipper I am inordinately sen sitive to uncongenial surrounding; so much so that the very sight of some people will give me a nervous shud der. Clipper Oh, well, there are very few of us that do not shrink from meeting our creditor. mm Bought has borne the signa Signature of Over 30 Years. MURRAY 8TRCCT, NEW YORK CITY. IDE- IT6HEN: MXM2 withIWhi Fnam&lbd Oven Doot& RAW AS BEEF 1 mm ECZEM Ro Torture Equal to the Itdhinff enrf Dlirninrr ftf bum. This is but the beginning, ana will Willing dllU Du(lllll 01 lead to suffering and torture almost unen- This Fearful Disease. Kczema which is more than skin-deep, and can not be reached by local appli cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. The disease itself, the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced through the skin ; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is through the biood. Mr. Fhil T. Jones, of MixersFille, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me eonstant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or ix years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all hope of ever being free from the disease, as I have been treated by some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little faith left I began to take S. S. S., and it apparently made the Eczema worse, but I knew that this was the way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing 8. S. S., the sore healed up entirely, the skin becama dear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which if only a tonic. Swift's Specific S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is superior to othr blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oan not reach. It gws to the bottom to the cause of the disease and will cura the worst ense of Eczema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potnsh, mercury or any other mineral, and never fails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. Insist upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. 9 Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spa chic Company, Atlanta, Georgia. D. W. HARDEE & CO., Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Next to O'Neil Block. Of0 HENDERSON, N. C. FAC-SIMILE rilOTOtiKAl'IIK' KKl'UODl CTION OK OL It NKW Fl'X Kit A L CA It. Full line off Burial Goods off all kinds. Wood and Metallic Cases, Caskets, Coffffins, Robes, etc. Piompt and satisfactory attention to all business in town or country. Phone No. J-n'hi 3s'h .Big Qeinn is i MartBt CooBer's is 1 Mods There is no Market that will pay you as much for your tobacco as Henderson. And there is no House that will get you as Big Prices asours. FAIR DEALING, HICHEST PRICES, BEST AV ERAGES, PROMPT RETURNS. p(p)p n D. Y. COOPER, Proprietor, Henderson, North Carolina. Sell w Tobaico at 1 Ours is the largest and best equipped warehouse in this or any other bright leal m ' ket. We have every facility for conducting our extensive business. Ample capital, larKe and well lighted floor, experienced help and polite service, comfortable camp rooms, pl'1) of good dry stalls. The past record of Cooper's Warehouse is the best guarantee of its future conduct will be. Strict personal attention given to all tobacco put on our tlof r. Highest Market Prices Guaranteed the Seller, Whether shipped or brought in person. In our hands your interest shall be protcctj as fully as if you were here to look out for yourself. We work alike for the welfare of u our patrons, without regard to class or distinction, no matter who they are. Come 2n see us. We promise to send you home satisfied. DROPSY ' C0KZB with Txtb Komedie. iTo cared many lhonand csaea rHl honeleua. Intel tayt m 1 two-third ,f all -ymptom remoT ed. TaattmonUla and TEH DATS treatment free. Dt. M. M. UIU'I SOIS. Box K. AUaota. Ga. Not much attention ii often paid to th first symptom of Ecrema, bnt it is not long before the little redness begins to itch and duraDie. ll is a common misvao w cguu a roughness and redness of the skin as merely a local irritation ; it is but an indica tion of a humor in the blood of terrible HIM lrx f ie lift E9iaises.4'r- .; stock of FURNITURE veiy cheap. Mllyli Honse aid Market wiiicti Pars w U Most Clear iM KEEP your blood pure and 5-our etomach and digestive organs in a healthy condition by taking Hood s Sareaparilla and you will be WELL. Dr. Humphreys' Specifics act directly upon the liseas, without exciting disorder in otherpti cf the system. They Cure the sick so. ernes. 1-Fcver. Congetiotu,lnflammti,. a Worm. Worm Few. Worm Coifc a-Teelhlng.CoUcCrylne.Wakefuln, 4 Dlarrhr . of Children or Adulu 7 Concha. Coldm, Bronchitis tt-Xeuralfla. Toothache, FaceachV. O-Hradache. 8lck Headache. VcrtiIn a 33 3J ti 31 3J 1 0- D ype pala. Indlgestlon.Weak Stomach' 1 s 1 1- Sappreaard or Painful Prrto4a ... i. la hltea. Too Prof use Period 13 Croup. Laryncltli. Hoarwneag ... 1 4-Salt Rheum. EryIpela,ErcptloL 1 J-Rhfomitlim, Rheumatic Talcs. 16 Malaria. Chills, Fever and Aue . . 19 Catarrh. Influenza, Cold In the Head 20 Whooplng-Coneh J7-Kldney Dlwntrt 31 31 31 31 SJ ii ;i 31 l.e 31 2S-XerTOu Debility 30 I'rinary WraUrai, Wetting rd. 77 Grip. Hay Fever 31 Dr. Humphrey Manual of all Mseaju . Drurelst or Mailed Frre. n Sola bv druRKlBtfi. or sent on rnvit,i Humphrey' Med. Co.. Cor. William JohiUT Kew York. BUY IHlafiTeJI's Va I UlEBTJGaiEl made at SOUTH BOSTON, VA. SOLD BY D. Y. COOPER, HENDERSON. N. ( U1 n and WlikT Fs' cur-1 a .r outr!n ""fjjl ticular ir,t r K , PIUM 0 J Atlanta. tea. otLce. 104 SurU n p 0.