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THE HENDEKSOX GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY," JI'XK 2.', 1903. Tin; Chicago Tribune writes about th.1 dt adence of lying. We liad not obsfrvfl that there was any decay ing about the article at all. Thk cash box in the iron safe of the Durham Jh-ruld was recently robbed of .'J0 or ..'5.j. Served hirn right; an editor had no business with that much money. Ought to have kept it in the hands of his dear delin fpients. Tin: Farmville (Va.) Ifenild asks this question: What will Virginia do with all those ex-North Carolina distilleries? And what are distilleries coming to ii'dry State for anyhow? Wait and see. Tms time it is tip in Delaware that they have lynched a negro. Ami they were not content to hang or shoot the wretch to death but they burned him at the stake. His offense was "the usual crime,'' to which he added murder. The negro confessed his guilt. Tuk bachelor editor of the "Idle Comment" department of the Char lotte thserviT, whodoiihtless speaks from experience, says: If then- is anything more trying t linn get t iiig married it is a failure to get married after an earliest trial in that direction. A i. Fail brot her's 'vi ri tjiii', a semi-monthly album of song and story, will start on its whirl around this planet in alx.ut a week or ten days, (ircfcushoro will be the head quarters of t his wireless imparter of I'airbrotheiian philosophy. Dur ham Sim. The (Joi.n Lkak welcomes the Colo nel hark upon North Carolina soil wishes him sutcess in Everrtli'tnx. Tmti;i: hundred dollars each for eggs is a pret ty good price and es pecially when the eggs are too old for practical purposes. This is the verdict'in the Sen well case. Fifteen eggs were throw n Durham Sim. A more outrageous decision was never rendered in any court, house in North Carolina or elsewhere. And yet, this high-handed hold-up is sus tained by the Supreme Court . Farce! A Noui-oi.k dispatch states that Capl. Thomas.). Anderson, formerly general passenger ugeiit of the Sea board Air Line Railway, has been elected general passenger agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad, with headquarters at Houston, Texas. The friends of ('apt. Anderson will learn with pleasure of this recogni tion of his worth and ability and wish for him continued advancement in t hi' railroad world. I'uksiiiknt Roosevelt attended the commencement exercises at the Uni versity of Virginia last week and re ceived a cordial reception. He made a stirring speech and rode to Monti cello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, on horse-back. Mrs. Roosevelt was with him. The visit of the President and the freedom with which he moved about among the people, leads the Farmville (Va.) llemld to say: We have- read nothing of Secret Service men, policemen and such like protecting lines thrown about Mr. Roosevelt while in Virginia. Come South ye so-much-bet ter-nien of the North and learn how to be (rulv loyal and law abiding. Judge Shaw a Terror to Evil Doers. Ii:ili-ili Times. The disposition which Judge Shaw makes of the Wilson murder cases is just what would lte expected of that otliccr. That Judge Shaw is a terror to evil doers, men who are guilty, is getting to be known all over the State. The innocent are e lad to see him on the 1hiic1i, for they have noth ing to fear. It seems fortunate to have at least one judge on the bench who possesses just the quality of mind that Judge Shaw has. Not that he is any Vtter judge than others or has any keener sense of justice, and yet he seems to possess some qualities that fit him especially for circumstances like that in Wilson. We remember that Judge Chirk while a circuit court judge, was regarded as a reformer, as well as a fine judge. The good effects of some of his dealings with litigants abide till this da v. National Guard Notes. Col. Olds in his Raleigh correspon dence to the Charlotte Observer. says: The Adjutant (Jeneral was today notified that the War Department had allotted 3;t,i)r0 to this State, available for encampment expenses and for other necessary expenses. Some days ago the department made a similar apportionment for purposes of equipment. Requisition has been made for 2, 100 Krag-Jorgenson magazine ritles for the National Guard and for the necessary equipments for these, in cluding belts, bayonets, scabbards, etc., included in these arms are C0 carbines for the light batterv. The War Department issues GO rifles to each company and takes up all the nnns now in use. It also issues am munition, in exchange for that now held, this being about 70.000 rounds. The National Uuanl Ikus now all the clothing it is required to have for five years under the law. It has complete khaki summer uniform. The new regulation provides for a full dress of dark blue and undress of olive drab, the latter being made in summer and winter weights. Tlie next Congress will appropriate money to provide the dress uniform which will then be drawn made up complete. fteFTewer gallons; Wears longer, VIRGINIA BEACH. One cf the Most Delightful Resorts on the Atlantic Coast. Virginia Reach is one of the most delightful seaside resorts in the coun try. It fronts immediately on the Atlantic ocean and is unequalled in natural advantages and attractions. The teach is one of the finest on the Atlantic coast, gradually sloping for a considerable distance out into the water, free from dangerous under currents and affords the most de lightful and safest surf bathing throughout the entire season. It is 18 miles from Norfolk and is reached by both street cars and railroad trains running on frequent and con venient schedules making the trip in from 2"t to ;$." minutes. Commodious hotels and innumer able cottages where board can be obtained at reasonable rates accom modate Virginia Reach visitors. Aside from the natural attractions are varied amusements. (Jolf is con spicuous; the festive toboggan,meny-go-round and miniature railway serve their purpose. A wide board walk along the ocean's edge connects cottiiges, hotel and places of amusement, affording a de lightful promenade of several miles in length. .Cars now run from Virginia Reach to Cape Henry and persons stopping at the cottages beyond the hotels do not have to walk as former'. And the ride, either by train or street car, to Cape Henry is a pleasant one. Cape Henry is one of the places of interest adjacent to Virginia Reach. Two lighthouses identify the spot, one w hich years ago cast its rays in calm and in storm, the other erected recently as a greater guide to the mariner. Cape Henry is a point of great importance, because it stands a silent sentinel guarding the lower Chesapeake, and it was near here that the London Company's expedi tion landed, afterwards turning head for the James beyond. Near Cape Henry is Lynnhaven Ray, the home of the famous oyster of the same name. Near, too, are lakes where fresh witter jishing may be enjoyed. Lynnhaven ' Ray is said to ha ve been the retreat of the sea robber who floated the black flag, so often referred to in story and song. Cap tain Kidd. so tradition snj-s, sailed in and out of this bay, stored his plunder and carried on his nefarious business successfully, muchtohisown delight and much to the discomfiture of those who legitimately followed the sea. In this connection the following beaut iful poem of t he sea by William Hamilton Hayne, and published in the Athiutie Mont lily, will not be in appropriate: A SKA LYKIC. There is no inuni- 1 li.it man Ii.-ih heard Like tilt' voice of the minstrel Sea, Whose major ami minor chords are f rmifjlit With infinite niyxtcrv. I'm- tin- Sea in a harp, and the winds of (ioil l'lay over Inh rythmic lirean!. And hear on the nveei of their mijrhty wingH The nonji of a vast anient. There i no piisHion that man has sniifj Like the love of the ileep-souleil Sea, Whose tide responds to the Moon's soft light yVith marvelous melody. For the Sea is a harp, and the winds of (iod l'lay over his rythmic lireast, And hear on the sweep of their mighty wings The Hong of a vast unrest. There is no sorrow that man has known Like the grief of the wordless .Main, Whose Titan liosom forever throhs With an untranslated pain. For the Sea is a harp, and the winds of God l'lay over his rythmic In-east, Ami hear on the sweep of their might v wings Tin- song of a vast unrest. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fs every where recognized as the one remedy that can always he depended upon and that is pleasant to take. It is esp e!;,l!y valuable ior summer tY: r; hoea in chddr- n and is tin doiil.tedly the means of saving the liven of a, great many aildr n each year. For sale at Parker's Tv.n lV'g Stoles. Render Unto Caesar the Things Which are Caesar's." ireen ille Iteflei tor. We are more hea vily taxed liy our idle ness, pride mid folly than we are taxed by government.'" IU:n.iamin Fhaxki.in. ' The tax assessors and listers am otticials who have duties of great public importance to perform and they should be met in a spirit of co operation and assistance. It is human nature, we suppose, to cher ish some little desire to escape taxa tion a trait which reverts to us from our savage forbears, perhaps but so long as we must pay, it is a far better example to do so'graceful ly and cluvrfully, remembering that the list takers and assessors are in no wise responsible for the law. Just taxation the equal sharing of responsibilities is the very essence of civilization. When a man pays taxes he pays for the enforcement of the law, for protection against en croachments of his rights, for the ed ucation of his children, the improve ments of the age and the continuity of orderly and wise government. To receive these benefits without paying for them would be to degrade and debase them, because what is not paid for in some way is rarely ap preciated and never worth as much as if some price either of money, privilege, love or friendship had paid for it. Too many are prone to rail against taxation in general, when unequal and therefore unjust taxation is that which should be condemned. Many who hate to be taxed by the govern ment daily lay upon themselves a tax far more heavy and grievous to be borne. They tax themselves for games of chance, for vainglorious finery, for pomp and show and admi ration, for liquor, cards and selfish appetite. No protest is entered against this form of taxation, but the assessors and list takers do sometimes catch the devil. Therefore go ye into the temple, and there make public declaration of all goods and chattels of whatso ever nature upon which the State hath set a tax, and the same puy into the common treasury, that ye may be a good and worthy citizen of the commonwealth. This Wing the month for assessing and listing property for taxation, the Statesville L-iif7ij.-jrA-eallsatten-tion to the fact that property real and personal is worth less just now in North Carolina than at any time within the past twelve months. It is a little stran.t l.o.v property val ues shrink in June, and how 'niany people who are supposed to In? very well-to-do in this world's goods are found to be in modest circumstances when the tax-books are consulted. Charity and Children. Vengeance Wreaked By Delaware Mob on Negro Ravisher and Murderer. Third Attempt to Secure Prisoner Proves Successful Taken to the Scene of His Crime, Fastened to a Stake and Burned As the Victim Was Being Roasted His Body Was Riddled With Bullets. Wilmington, Del., June 22. A mob of three thousand persons to night broke into the County Work house at New Castle, bent on lynch ing George White, the negro who was held on the charge of assaulting and then killing Miss Helen Bishop, aged 17 years, last Monday. The guards defended the place but were overpowered. The negro was taken from the work house by the mob, whostarted with him for Price's corner, the scene of the assault and murder. The mob cut all wires lead ing to Wilmington, which is five miles from the work house. The lynchers announced when they had possession of the negro that they would burn him to death at Price's corner. The negro was taken to the scene of the crime. He there confessed to having assaulted the girl. He was then burned at the stake and his body riddled with bul lets. The crime for which White was lynched was one of the most revolt ing in the criminal annals of Dela ware. The victim, Miss Helen S. Bishop, daughter of the Rev. E. A. Bishop, D. D., superintendent of the Ferris Industrial Svhool, would have been 18 years old next October. She was a student of the 1 Wilmington High School, and was on her way home from the school last Monday, when she was attacked. The indus trial school, which is four miles from here, where her parents made their home is about three quarters of a mile from Price's corner, where the girl usually left the trolley car when she came from school. Late Monday afternoon a farmer working in the field saw a young woman stagger and fall in the road. She got up and fell again and then she tried to crawl. The farmer and his sons went to her assistance, but when they reached the girl she was tying unconscious in the road. They found her to be Miss Bishop. She had three ugly gashes in her throat her body was badly scratched and her clothing was torn in many places. In one hand she clutched a small pen knife which she used at school in sharpening pencils. There was every evidence that Miss Bishop had made a desperate resist since in defense of her honor and her life The wounded girl was taken home and died the next afternoon without regaining consciousness. The entire neighborhood was al most instantly aroused, and a man hunt was immediately instituted. Suspicion was fastened on (leorge F. White, a negro just out of the work house, and who was engaged as a la borer on the farm of Edward Wood ward, near the scene of the assault. White was found in bed that same night and when taken denied till knowledge of the crime. He was identified by several persons, who said they saw him in the vicinity. A knife which Mr. Woodward said belonged to him was found where the girl was assaulted. The negro was brought to Wilmington but was later transferred to the work house, where the police thought he would be safe from mob violence. NO EFFORT TO PREVENT IT. A Wilmington Preacher Declared From tht Pulpit That Lynching Would be Justified. Wilmington, Del., June 22. It has been known all day in this city that the negro (leorge White would be lynched tonight. Yesterday Rev. Robert A. Elwood, of Olivet Presby terian church, told his congregation that lynching would be justified, though the father of Miss Bishop is sued an appeal that the law be al lowed to take its course. The State and county authorities took no action. The' Wilmington militia was not ordered out, though it could have reached the scene after the mob began to assemble in time to have saved the negro. Police re inforcements were no"- sent to the prison until after the mob assembled. Not Believed Authorities Will Take Action Although riany of the Mob are Known. Wilmington, Del., June '24. The question here today is whether the authorities will take action looking toward the arrest and punishment of those who were prominent in the lynching of George White, the negro who assaulted and killed Miss Helen Bishop. That many of them are known cannot be doubted, for they were seen by the thousands who wit nessed the affair. It is also known that the arrangements for the lynch ing were the talk of the town and that men were invited to take a hand and were given notice of when and where to assemble. It is a fact that public sentiment so generally ap proves the lynching that it would be hard to secure the conviction of a lyncher even if an arrest should be made, which seems doubtful. White's confession, made just be fore the torch was applied to the pile of oil-soaked bushes around him, was an admission of everything, and more than had been charged against him. He is reported to have said: "I was sent by Mr. Woodward to the corn field to trv some corn. I ight & Co., Ue Up-to-Dvte Jewelers. Have pleasure in announcing the recent purchase of a beau tiful 1 ine of goods in : : : : : : Solid Silver, Cvit Gla.ss, Novelties, &c, . Representing the most tasty and up-to-date designs made. These added to the already varied and select stock on hand you should not fail to make a pleasing selection from. Goods as represented or your money back. saw Mr. Woodward's daughter andl intended to assault her but a couple of men came along in a wagon and I did not disturb her. Then I sawthe Bishop girl and I followed her. I seized her and asked her if she had any raojiey she would give me to let her go. She gave me sixty cents. Then I again seized her andshecried: 'Please don't hurt me.' "1 choked her and accomplished ray purpose. Then I asked if she was goi'.ig to tell on me. She said she was. I gave her a hack in the throat with my knife and asked again if she was going to inform on me. She said she was, and then I cut her throat twice again and left her. ' The negro's confession rendered the already incensed crowd even more desperate, and some wanted to tear him limb from limb before they reached the scene of his execution. The negro begged piteously not to be burned, but ilo mercy was shown the culprit, and, although his suffer ings were terrible, White remained conscious and rational forsome time after the torch was applied. During today thousands of persons went to the scene of the lynching, many of them intent upon securing ghastly relics. In this, however, they met with little success, as the burning had been so effectual as to destroy almost every vestige of the victim's body. The only remains were pieces of his bones. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the seiine of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when entering- it through the mucous surfaceH. Such articles should never be used except on prescript ions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting di rectly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken in ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Test imoniajs free. Sold by all druggists, 7c. Hall's Family l'ills are the best. For Men IES'ai!i,iRS 'makers of. mi.u.uiiiinw ,( WE W Lk, n I T i BUI 1 r'i MirtTO r "Just Right" Shoes are a "cinch" for the money. Oxfords $4.5o. High top $5.oo. We carry the largest assortment of Negligee Shirts. Mon arch brand the best-$1.00 shirt made and other makes. Plain and in colors. White Vests regular and full dress ,$i.5o to $3.00. Quito Panama Hats reduced from $5.ooand $3.5o to $2.5o. Straw Hats reduced from $1.26 to 5o cents. Big stock of Men's Furnishings Underwear, Hosiery, &c. all styles, qualities and prices. Beautiful line of Neckwear, all styles and shades. It will pay yoi to examine ovir Line of Summer Wear ables before bviying elsewhere. SAMUEL WATKITsfS, FURNISHER. MATTER, OUTFITTER. Recmisiteso We hare them every- TffjjJ 1 v 1 .1 f n 1 iiuunuiiui'i 1,(111111111, this season of the year. With a WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZER Your dessert will be a pleasure. We have them in various sizes WATER COOLERS That are what the name signifies. Clean, Healthful, Eco nomical. Different styles and prices. NORTH STAR REFRIGERATORS Have no superior. Made on scientific principles. Great ice savers KITCHEN UTENSILS Of all Kinds. The biggest line of these goods in fact in Henderson. Farmers' Tools and Hardware of Every Description. DANIEL CO. HEAD-ON COLLISION. Frightful Occurrence on Seaboard Air Line Two Engines Demolished and Two Engineers and Two Firemen Killed in Wreck Near Southern Pines Tuesday Morning. A terrible head-on collision of two freight trains occurred on the Sea board Air Line a short distance North of Southern Pines Tuesday morning in which engineers S. P. Stewart and W. P. Walls, of Raleigh, and firemsn Walter Bonds and Char lie Brewer were killed, and both engines completely demolished. Com menting on this the Raleigh Post says editorially: The Seaboard suffered the misfortune of another accident on its line yesterday, attended by the painful death of two ex cellent men, Engineers Stewart and Walls, and two firemen, besides a loss of propercy. And the distressful occur rence is due to the unfortunate failure of one of the engineers to observe instruc tions as to the meeting point. Such accidents are as difficult to ac count for as they are painful. The charge of criminal negligence is certainly out of place, because engineers generally are men of more than ordinary intelli gence and men who appreciate the neces sity for the strictest regulations and as strict observance of them for their own safety. Therefore they cannot afford to be careless when on duty. Yet a slip of a cog in the mental machinery which cannot be anticipated much less be. the result of indifference or thoughtlessness, occurs, and destruction of property, and often as in the case yesterday, death follows. Both of these engineers were among the most trusted within the employ of the company. Yet. through the unac countable inadvertance of. one, both lie in their coffinsjin this city, victims of the horrible disaster. Happy homes are thus suddenly engulfed in sorrow. It is needless to say that the widows and or phans are objects of the sincerest sympa thy of the community. Such calamities are truly, horribly depressing. Strength and vigor come of good food, duly- digested. "FORGE," a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, odds no burden, but bus tains and invigorates. ARABLES and Boys. We have the LARGEST and BEST STOCK this season to which it has ever been our pleasure to invite the attention of our patrons. Blue Serge Suits coats and vests $4, $5 and $6. Coats and pants, $5 to $io. Duchess Trousers the best made. Warranted not to rip or lose their buttons. High grade Knee Pants for boys. The largest stock of these goods in town. Prices from 5o cents to $1.2 5. Common weal tli Shoe?, same as the famous Bay State rf r m.. u 1.11111 1U1 LUC 11IU1JCJ . Hannan Shoes please lastid ious buyers. Cheap at $6. R ,Tbeam .1 1 Sad Fate of Queen Craga. Arteville Citizen. . ' Tlmiwh Oiwn T)rnri hns Daid the ! fatal penalty of beauty, she also re- ceived the rewards mat mis "lit 01 the pods briiifrs. An olwcure daurli-" 1 ter of the people, it placed her in life J upon U! H-iitu mijim 111 : death she is haloed in history with ; tragedy and romance. What a brim ming and sparkling cup of life did tliPKp "dfnd ladies" auaff! Beautv. 1 honors, homage, every thrill and throb of human passion and pieas nn wpr thpirs. and then a traffic death that has embalmed tneir mem ory forever m the pity and admira tion of the world. While there can ba nothing but regret for the shock ing crime by whu-h Draga's life was ended, it somehow seems a fitting termination to her remarkable ca reer in keeping with what had gone before, a tragic vindication of her pe culiar claim to fame. At once queen and madcap the darling and re proach of king and people she was the motif of Servia's bloody story. StartlingBvidence. Fretsh . testimony iu great quantity is con stantly coming in, declaring: Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A recent expression from T.J.McFarland, Benton ville, Va., serves as example. He writes: "1 bad bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited. Then I began takinir Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me." Equally efiective in cur ing all Lung and Throat troubles, Consump tion, Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteed by Melville Dorsey, druggist. Trial bottles free, regular size 50c and $1.00. Stetson's Men's Hats are the correct thing, at Samuel Watkins'. AN ORDINANC 3 Regulating the Opening and Closing of Bar-rooms in the Tom of Hender son. The Commissioners of the Town of Hender son do ordain: Section 1. That no person shall keep open a bar-room or sell any spiritous. vi nous or malt liquors within the town of Hen derson or one mile thereof between the hours of nine o'clock in the evening and sunrise in the morning. Section 2. That a penalty of fifty dollars shall be imposed upon any and ail persons violating this ordinance. Section 3. This ordinance shall be iu force from and after the 1st, day of July,. A. D.. 15)03. This May 25th, 1903. A True Copv. HENRY T.POWELL, Town Clerk. W.W.Parker, AGENT FOIl- American Bicycle Go. Also Agent for the Racyle, $40; Rambler, $35; Crawford, $25. Big stock of other Bicycles down as low as $6.00. Also fine hells, 25c. Inner Tubes, Tires, Cements. Big reduction on steel wagons. -FOR SALE AT W.W. Parker's Two Dm Stores Publication of Sum mons. Josephus Singlehurst, Plaintiff, vs. Samuel D. Hicks, and the heirs at law of Jamea It. Duty, De fendants. Pursuant to an order of Court in the above entitled action made at the May term, 3003, of the Superior Court of Vance county, Sally F. Mangum and each and every one of the heirs at law of the late James K. Duty, of Williamsboro, are notified hereby that action was begun in the Superior Court of Vance county, North Carolina, for the purpose of having a trustee or commissioner appointed to foreclose a mortgage for $ 700.00 executed by Samuel D. Hicks and wife to James R. Duty in the year 1877, and which, or the debt, it secures, was assigned to the plaintiff. Josephus Singlehurst. Anil said Sully F, Mangum and each and ell the heirs at law of said James R. Duty are required ti ap pear at the next term of the Superior Court of Vance county, to be held nt the court house in Henderson on the 4th Monday after the first Monday in September, 1 003, and answer or demur to tiie complaint which has been filed in said action, or the plaintiff will then apply to the court for the relief demand ed in the complaint. This 27th of May, 1903. HENRY PERRY, Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance Co.. N. C. T. T. Hicks, Plaintiff's Attorney. VflDE MH6UM SPRINGS SEASON OPENS JUNE ist 5 5 APPOINTMENTS 5 3 Water Works, Sewerage System, Hot and Colff Mineral Baths, Cold Storap?, Livery Stablea, Daily Mail, Long Distance I'bone, Physicians, Etc. AMUSEMENTS Ball Rooms. Strintr Band. Piano, Boatinjr, Golf Links, Burro Parties, Ten Pins, Finning, Swimming, Swing and Tologgan Plunge, etc., etc. 20 COTTAGES TO LET MR.S. R-OSA E. YOUNG. Proprietor Hotels. The above shows a complete analysis of Vade Mecum Mineral Water made by mp, HINHY FROEHLING, Analytical and Coosulting Chemist, Richmond. Va., Dec. 18tb, 1901. Mineral Water en.rs5 Prelerable to Carlsbad. Shipped Daily Everywhere in Barrels, Ca.rboy a.nd Bottles. Write for folder, prices, rates of board, etc.. to VADE MECUM SPRING CO.. Vade Mecum, N. C. Teie Laxative Broino puraise Tatiet;. Seven ACISob boxes told in MSt 12 months. Th!s sicntatnre. C. OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM J &W00D-W0EKING SHOPS, 3 C OXFORD, N. O. J f. Sash, Doors. Blinds. Frames. Brackets. Mould ing. Porch and Stair Work. Door and Win dow Screens Manufactured. All Kinds of Inside Finish in Pine Made to Order. WE SOLICIT A PORTION of YOUR TRADE. Good Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed. 555 55 5 Wire Doors and Screens are almost essen tial to comfort in the summer time. They are not expensive. Let us quote you prices. 9 ? c Z Barnes' BIG . FURNITURE . HOUSE. rianufacturcrs' Agent -KOU- Bernstein Manufacturing Co's. Matters Not Where You Buy, Be 1 Jm i i s sags They cvre the Best Mgvde. You can find others just as cheap, but None So -Good. I have a. large stock of these beds fitted with the best springs made, and they will cost you about the same as other makes that are not half so good. . V V Big line of WHITNEY'S Baby Car riages and Go-carts.V.AIso Hey. wood & Brothers and Wakefield Company's. You should see our goods before you buy. Barnes' Big Furniture House I0RBITT BUGGYC01FNY, Wholesale manufacturers of FINE BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES HENDERSON. N. C. Sold in Henderson by Preferable to -Carlsbad.' 1 i. - --ggr-gfll."'.-. To Cure a Gold In One Day or- 3 a 3 3 3 Sure You Buy BERNSTEIN Iron ... Or Brass Beds Parham Bros. Supply Co. AND HOTELS tirain 25.' lll'l .7341 1.17111 C4.04K.-IM .11 ;;: .noi.vi 5.0K2.! .13413 .371." .QVM't 11. 60." 7 "mi-ii .f HI 111 .o.v;4 .OIK .40.-.12 .034UO Miiftnepium Sulphate Calcium Sulphate S trout ion Sulphate Potrtiwium Sulphate Sodium Sulphate Sodium Hyposnlphate Magnesium Carbonate Calcium Carbonate Strotium Carbonate .... Iron (ferrous) Carbonate Lithium Chloride Sodium Chloride Sodium Bromide traeea Sodium Iodide Sodium Arsenate Calcium Fluoride CaMnm Phosphate Magnesium Nitrate Alumina Silicic Acid Cerbon dioxide, combintd Mono-Carbonate .J74 2.68321 with 120.02840 fci TwoDeyi. tvJy SjCsyy 05& every tea Iran M