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$ Tii it it p ivs to advertise in the Gold L.ca.t is n -vii ir. r- :v n;ii-i f Sensible Business Men It r . . t '. m . fn h.Tiun.1 wwl 4 l !Mi:ty it appreciable 9 ) That is Proof That it Pays. THA3 R. MANNING, PabMer. VOL. XXII. 93 Everything about Cottolene is clean and pure from its origin to its completion. Warmed into life by the sun on Southern Cotton Fields, nurtured by rain and dew, the Cotton plant finally concentrates in its seed that life-giving and life-sustaining quality which is the basis of Cottolene. Cottolene makes food nutritious, delicious and healthful. Then think of people using hog lard when they can get Cottolene! FREE! 1! MUSI !. As inevitable as the changing: seasons of tiir jTsr is the change which como3 tj t v; ry woman. And just as one anticipates tii'- changes of other seasons :t is wise to ct'ticipatc this change of season and pre I:c for it. In this way the discomforts aiu! disasters suffered by riatiy women at tii-, period of change ciin be avoided or overcame. I r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, a med icine lor every season of woman's life, will entirely meet the needs of women at this prtiod of change. It cures the physical lils and relieves the mental anxiety and i!c;rcssion usually associated with this critical period. It tranquilizes the nerves, esv-ouiajfes the appetite and iuduces re freshing sleep. S5QO FOR WOMEN WHO CANNOT BB CURED. Racked up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever Rtuined, the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully war ranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money of the United States, for any case of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolap sus, or Falling of Womb which they can cot cure. All they ask is a fair and reason able trial of their means of cure. J. S. Carlisle, Esq., of Manchester, Coffee Co., Tcnn., write : "I nave been using your medi cines for the last sixteen or eighteen years in iv Poor-house. I am superintendent of the Coflea County Poor-house and Asvlum combined, Your 'Favorite Prescription,' 'feolden Medical Discovery and ' Pleasant Pellets ' are the best rar.liciues for the diseases for which they are recommended, that I ever used. They saved my wife's life at the time of 'change of life.' I have been recommending your medicine to many afflicted women and have also guaranteed that if it did not cure I would pay back the money spent for it. I have told our druggist thst if the people came back and said Doctor Pierce's medicines did not give satisfaction, to f fe thrift back thrir monev and charge it to me, I Tiave not once been callei- upon to refund. I hfve never found anything to equal the ' Favorite .Pfescription ' for diseases of women." (Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address L)r. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. t 1 1 -OF THE- OKI Dominion Line Makes 11 most attractive route to NEW YORK. F.xprrss Htt'iinitihipa Iciivp Xorfork, Va., i!;iilv. fxicpt Sunday, nt 7:00 j. in., for New i'ik dirvrt. affordiiifr opportunity for through p.-issi'ii-rcru from the South. Soul h anil West to visit Ilirlimouil. Old Point Comfort. Oivan View and Virginia Coach v ro;;fi. 'vFor tii-kcta and riiTaI information ii; : Iv to railroad ticki't air'nts. or to M. B. l;"VF.l.L.;..n..ral Ajri-nt. Norfolk. Va.'.-l . F. V AYKK. Asront. 1212 Kast Main St.. Kirh i;"i"l, Va. ' H. B. WALKER, Vice Pres. & Traffic M'ng'r. J. J. BROWN, General Passenger Agent, New York City, N. Y. eWitt DeWitt Is the name to look for whea ycu bd to buy Wttch Haiel Sa!vo. DeWitt s Witch Haisl Salve Is the criginsl and only genuine. In fact DeWitt'sts the only Witch Harel Salve that is made from the unadulterated Witch-Hazel All others are counterfeits base Imi tations, cheap and worthless even dangerous. DeWitt's Witch Haze! Salve is a specific for Piles: Blind, Bleeding. Itching and Protrudlne Piles. Also Cuts. Bums. Bruises. Sprains. Lacerations, Contusions, Bolls. Carbuncles. Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, and all other Skin Diseases. SALVE PREPARED BT . C. DeWitt 4 Co., Chicago For sale at Parker's Tv Drug Stores. I i bend us a two-cent stamp VICTIMS OF VESUVIUS. fmxteil ami Ucrculaoenm Not tlie Only Cities It Hns Burled. The road out of Naples toward Vesu vius is the same route that one follows la reach Pompeii. When intending to go up tho mountain the tourist leaves the Pompeii road at liesina, the mod ern city which overlies Herculaneum. Apropos of these two ancient towns, It i:i remarkable how mnuy people speak of them as the only buried cities In the vicinity. In fact, there are many, and it may not be uninteresting to mention them. Next to the two familiar ones, tho one whoso name Is most frequently heard is Stnbia. Then there are Cu m: the oldest Greek colony in Italy; Baia?, a watering place, resort of the Ilomau swells in the first year of our Lord; Farthenope, Falseopolis and Ne- npolls, three burled cities lying undei j modern Naples, from the last of which it took its name; Dikearchia (later call ed PuteoII, now rozzuoil), another Greek 'city of large wealth and with much commerce; Capua, one of the great military posts of ancient Rome, now covered by a modern city, also a garrison, and Suessola, whose medici nal springs held high repute among the gouty epicures of the Roman time. Cataclysmic have been the earth's throes around that laboring monster Vesuvius, for some of these burled cit ies, which were great seaports 2,000 years ago. are now far Inland. On the other hand, offshore nt Baia; you may look down from a boat when in smooth water and discover ancient houses and streets far below you at the bottom of the sea. Some of these buried cities were much larger and more important places than either Pompeii or llercula noiini, yet to many travelers their names seem unfamiliar. Argonaut. EDUCATING OYSTERS. Training Schools In Which the Bi valves Arc Taunrht Some Sense. "A school for oysters," said a dealer in fish, "is an institution that you would swear could not exist, for oys ters are notorious for their stupidity. It is, however, a fact that there are many oyster schools. I will explain them to you In such a way that you will believe in them. An oyster's intel ligence Is limited, but still it has intel ligence. Years ago certain wise fish dealers discovered that if you take an oyster suddenly from its subaqueous bod it opens Its shell, whereupon the life giving water inside it all escapes and the oyster dies. But if you ex pose an oyster to the air gradually, lifting It out of the water for a few minutes and then returning it again, it gradually learns that to keep its shell closed when out of the water is the best thing for its health. These inves tigators found that they could take two oysters, one trained and 0110 untrained, and the trained oyster, keeping its shell dosed while out of the water, would live a long time, while the untrained one. opening its shell, would die in a few hours. Therefore training schools for oysters were established. The schools are in appearance nothing more than reservoirs full of water. Oysters are put in them, and the water is drain ed off and then returned again. It is kept off for a few minutes at first, then for ten minutes, then for half an hour ami so on. Oysters in these schools learn that they will live longest and keep healthiest out of water if they hold their shells tight shut. As soon as they learn this they are graduated and go out Into the world." Philadelphia Record. RYDALES STOMACH TABLETS. It) dales Stomach Tablets are made for the Stomach and organs of assimilation and are not intended for a "cure all." They contain concentrated aseptic Pepsin, Pure Pancrcatin and other digestive organs. They contain powerful tonics and mild stimulants that have a specific effect on the Stomach and organs of assimilation and which aid nature in reconstructing the broken down cells and strengthening the flacid muscles of the walls of the stomach and other digestive organs. It) dales Stomach Tablet are a perfect stomach medicine, they relieve at once and soon cure the worst forms of stom ach trouble. Price, 25c. 30c a box. EAGLE P1IAK.TIACV. tfcg'Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.""! " " Carolhsta, (Djrdjl.xitj9 aVA'.i-."H. - to pay postage and we'll mail Made only by THE A Tragedy. The following, which is taken from an exchange is cummeudod to small boys and otliors who wantonly kill birds for the fun of the thin:,'to real and reflect upon: I saw a tragedy today. It was enacted before my horrified eyes. Murder was committed, and the victim, perfectly un offending, jerfectly innocent, was sud denly and shamelessly dashed from his home into a gulf of death. Three assas sins laughed with fiendish glee as they marked the success of their crime. The victim was a robin redbreast. He was singing his heart out in ecstacyfrom the top of a maple tree as the air gun held in the hands of a small boy sent its missile straight to its destination. No more songs from that bonny bird. A mourning nestful looking for him in vain And the boy and his companions will go home, eat their suppers, say their pray ers, and kill more birds when they can. They are little monsters did they but know it! Hancock's Liquid Sulphur should be in every home. It cures eczema, pimples, tet ter, ringworms, dandruff, cuts burns, open sores, dyphtheria, sore throat, and all blood and skin diseases. No home should be with out it. Ask your druggists for a book on Liquid Sulphur. For sale at The Eagle Pharmacy. Sound Doctrine, But Statesville Landmark. This is from the Greenville Reflec tor: "Every voter, behi an American citizen of unquestioned freedom, in his own jude of the matter. He has the rip;ht to vote as he pleases without beinr called into question therefor, and needs no jud;e of the matter other than his own conscience." This is sound doctrine, but when the voter doesn't vote our way we proceed to call him in question there for to a considerable extent. The theory is absolutely correct, but the practice is different. A Costly Mistake. Blunders are sometimes very expensive. Occasionally life itself is the price of a mis take, but you'll never be wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life Pills for Dyspepsia, Diz ziuess, Headache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They are gentle yet thorough. 25c. at Dor sey's drug store. A Quick: Witted Partrldsc Nesting upon the ground, the par tridge is likely to be disturbed. A bird of this species was onee startled by a plow passing within a yanl or so of its nest. Destruction was almost a cer tainty, as the plow must pass entirely over it In the next round, and the la borer wondered how the partridge would act. The time necessary for go ing around the field was about twenty minutes, yet in that almost ineredibl? period the parent birds had effected the removal of some twenty-one eggs to a safe spot. Careful search led to the discovery of the bird calmly satrnl up on her treasures in the bottom of the hedge out of reach of the plow. Nine teen partridge chicks were eventually hatched and duly escaped unmolested. London Tit-Bits. The InuenloaB Maarple. . The magpie is nothing if not ingen ious. He always barricades his bulky nest with thorn branches, so that to plunder it is by no means an easy mat ter, hut when eireurstance3 oblige the "pie" to build In a low b;r?h or hedge an absence of lofty tres being a mark ed feature ;:f some northern localities he not only Interlaces his home, but also the entire bush, in a most formida ble mannrr. Xor d-s he step here. To "mal'C ns irnnce trouble sr. re" he fash ions a rr.r-an of exit as wA ent';;r'e to the castl-?. -o tl:nt if, diiturbed he can slip cut by UN buck door, as it were. A Frightened Horse, Banning like mad down the street dumping the occupant, or a hundred other accident, are every-day occurrences. It behoove every body to have a reliable naive handy, and there's none so good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Burns, Cuts. Sores, Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25c at M. Doreey's drag store. TTTTIATTVFRftOIVr AT n HPTTTTT? A V TVCrYi7-rTT7'T3 ia i ro "xjjiiuvxi, a. v. x jj. ij xxyxL x . jj v y jjlj it i iii'i iv nr. im Got femnra title Sumnv ens your tooq- you a copy of our book, " Home TS. K. FAIRBANE DOCTORS' BLUNDERS. What Legal Methods Applied to Med ical Practice "Would Uncover. "Now that I am through with medi cine I can speak of the profession in a fashion that I would not if I was still in the practice," said a gentleman who has been known as a successful physi cian in New York for years as he sat at luncheon in the Lawyers' club. 'Of course I don't care to have my name mentioned, for I have lots of good friends in the profession, but the fact Is that the profession of medicine would be nearly ruined if it had to be con ducted as you gentlemen of the bar practice your calling. "We have a great advantage over you,, for you in your cases are subject ed to the extremest publicity, while we in our cases have the utmost conceal ment. Just suppose that In our cases we had a judge who knew as much ai or more than we did presiding over our actions and, worse than that, had an other physician, whose Interests were not ours, watching and criticising us at every step and blazoning every er ror that we made. Dear me, such a prospect as that would frighten the best physician who ever lived the mo ment he entered a sick room, and yet that condition la just what you men of the law have to face in every case that you try. "What sort of a figure would a law yer cut floundering around in court without any knowledge of his case' But a physician con flounder mentallj In a sick room without a second person being the wiser, though the patien; may suffer; but, then, 'dead men tell no tales.' "Under such circumstances of doubt, which is usually ignorance, the physi cian can look wise, put something into the patient's stomach, go to his office, decide what line of experiment he will follow, return the next day, hoping to find that nature is working the cure that he doesn't know how to effect, and being ready and willing to take all of the credit that "comes his way. "Why, the very first thing that nurses are taught Is to observe the utmost se crecy about doctors' blunders. If they told what they know there wouldn't be much confidence in physicians where they are heard. Ask a nurse of expe rience about this when you have the opportunity. "Yes, slf, I repeat that the publicity and chance for criticism in your pro fession, if applied to medicine, would result in the discovery of a small amount of science as compared with the large amount of empiricism." New York Herald. IS BEAUTY ONLY SKIN DEEP? Beauty js only skin deep, but the force that create beauty are as deep as the foun ; tain from which they flow, when the Blood is charged with impurities Beauty disappears, . when the Blood is pure Beauty blossoms in face and form. It)dalf-s Liver 'tablets keeps the Liver healthy and the Bowels reg ' ular, prevenrs the blood becoming ladened i with bile and waste matter, make the skin I clear, eyes bright and beauty more than skin deep. fcAGI.E PlIAtCHAC'V. Dr. Van 11' s heroic effort to lift the debt from the University ought to meet with immediate success. It is only a little fragment left, but it is nt irli t r loTrnnif Via rl 11 rr 1 twI "?! j viivjt4jii aiiahj jfx;i uiit .unv.,v uuuuw- prive it of a great temple of music which Dr. Vann hopes will be built, ! provided the debt is wiped away. Laanty and Children. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ! Digestsall classes of food, tones andstrength- ens the stomach and digestive organs, (.'urea j Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Stomach Troubles, and makes rich red blood, health and strength. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tis sues, purifies, strengthens and sweeteus the stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkinson, of W. Va., says: "I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very eBective and, indeed, a powerful remedy for stomach ailments. I recommend it to my friends." Sold at W. W. Parker's Two Drug Stores. Paracamph CURES RHEUMATISM. "FT-RA-yx:isr7s BiEssinsras 1 lokdos your j Helps," edited by Mrs. Rorer, which contains 300 choice recipes from the country's noted COMPANY, Department 616 Chicago JUDGE PEEBLES IN HARNETT. He Talks to the Grand Jury About the Alarmlnz Increase of Homicides. Statesville Landmark. The great majority of the newspa pers were very severe on Jndge Peeb les for the manner in which he con ducted himself in the Haywood trial in Raleigh, but not all of them criti cisedahim. Some didn't have nerve enough to take a position at the time, and now since the storm has subsided a few are speaking up for him. His honor held court in Har nett county last week and the Dunn (Harnett county) Guide says of him: "Judge Peebles, who is holding court at Lillington this week, is one of our most conscientious and up right judges. His sound and logical mind, trained to the nice discrimina tions of the law, seldom errs, while the impartial justice which he metes to all parties has endeared him to the hearts of our people." "Conscientious and upright judge;" "impartial justice which he metes out to all parties" these be fine phrases. We hope they are deserved, but if they are Judge Peebles has changed his course since the Haywood trial. But again, speaking of his honor's charge to the grand jury, the Guide -;ays: "His charge to the grand jury at his term of court was an able ad Iress, delivered in an impressive and masterly manner. The judge called attention to the increase in crime in the State, especially the crime of homicide. The alarming spread of this dreadful crime has swept our country almost like a devastating plague. The remedy for this evil lies with the different juries. If the law be rigidly enforced, and every offen der dealt with according to his crime, the dignity and majesty of the law might be better enforced and those who would not obey its precepts from principle might be taught to do so through fear." Oh, my country! Judge Peebles talking to the grand jury about the alarming increase of homicides, the necessity of a rigid enforcement of the law, etc. Did you ever? But from the information this paper has about his honor his cheek is unparal leled and he doesn't know what con sistency means, and after reading the above we are fully convinced that this estimate is correct. Revolution Imminent. A sure sign of approaching revolt and seri ous trouble in your system is nervousness. Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes. It never fails to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys and bow els, stimlate the liver and clarify the blood. Run down systems benefit particularly, and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50c. and that is re turned if it don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by M. Dorsey, druggist. The Oxford Public Ledger says Adjutant General Royster is prepar ing a report on the State National Guard. The strength is 2,000. An order just issued directs that maga zine rifles be issued to all troops, also for the construction of gallery tar gets at each armory. The' annual in spection next year is ordered to be gin in February and March. Fight Will Be Bitter. Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will have a long and bitter fight with their trou bles, if not ended earlier by fatal termination. Bead what T. R. Beall, of Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall my wife had every symp tom of consumption. She took Dr. King's New Discovery after everything else had fail ed. Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her." Guaranteed by M. Dor sey, druggist. Price 50c. and fl.00. Trial bottle free. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonc because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply iron and Quinine ia a tasteless form. No Care. No Pay. 0. -A.tte3std Her." RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations. It Is one of the most important things of our lives to know if we are sons of God and how we may know it. Rev. Dr. B. P. Fullerton, Presbyterian, St. Louis. The Reality of Truth. We need faith in the reality of truth and goodness end the presence and power of God. and we need faith in ourselves and in our work. Rev. Jo seph K. Mason, Universalis!, Chicago. An Agency of Victory. Among all the victorious agencies im planted in the soul hope is neither the poorest nor the vainest. It springs eternal In the human breast. Rev. Dr. George C. Lorimer, Baptist, New York. A Fireproof Manhood. We need n manhood that is fireproof. Temptations sweep like the flood and burn like fire. No man is safe who does not put into his life a wealth of moral earnestness and surround him self by all wholesome moral influences. Rev. Frank G. Tyrrell, Christian, St. Louis. The Only Way. There is no other way to glory ex cept by the crucifixion of Christ. Christ came to earth and returned to heaven by way of the cross. Every one on the way to glory must go by the same route. The cross reveals the sure and safe way. Indeed it is the only way. Rev. J. F. Blair, Baptist, Brooklyn. Smiles nnd Tears. We are at our best when in trial and trouble. Our holiest hours are those spent in trial or bereavement. Our souls profit more by smiles than by tears. But we should not weep or smile always. God sends sufferings to make us perfect, but he does not want us to suffer all the time. Rev. G. R. Van Do Water, Episcopalian, New York. The Sabbath Day. Man owes It to himself to refuse to work on the Sabbath. He owes it to his children not to sell them into the bondage of seven days a week of labor. Six days may we labor, but on the seventh it is appointed that we must rest. We are not machines, but hu man beings with life and feeling. Rev. W. II. Wi;.;on, Presbyterian, Brooklyn. An American RelIrlon. We can't expect all men to agree to a single set of dogmas and opinions, but all the Christian churches can without prejudice to their existing creeds and ideas unite in an American ! religion, a religion that conforms to the principles and spirit of the Ameri can republic and the American people. Rev. Dr. Charles F. Patterson, Epis c6palian, New York. One Hundred Dollars a Box Is the value II. A. Tisdale, Summer-ton, S. C, places on DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. II says: "I had the piles for 20 years. I tried many doctors and medicines, but all failed except DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cured me." It is a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics ; and emollients; relieves and permanently j cures blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, Bait rheum and all skin diseases. Sold at Parker's Two : Drug Stores. A capital anonymous character sketch of "Uncle Joe" Cannon, the new Speaker of the national House of Representatives, appears 1.. the December Review of Reviews. Who ever he is, the writer has at least the advantage of intimate acquaintance with the career of this interesting and typical American. The Lone Star State. Down in Texas at Yoakum, is a big dry goods firm of which Mr. J. M. Haller is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in the palace car: "Here, take one of these Little Early Risers upon retiring and you will be up early in the morning feeling good." For the "dark brown" taste, headache and that logy feeling DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the beet pills to use. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. DolVltt's JESS Salvo I For PO-, Burns. Sort. Sowtlh The North and the Negro. Goldsboro Argus. There is no doubt that the North is having a much harder time with the negro problem now than is the South, and despite the factthat there are ten -hogrops in the South to every one in the North. The North really ' knows nothing about the negro, his ; character and tendencies. When aroused against some one negro in the North for a brutal crime, war is made on theentire colony of negroes, innocent as well as guilty, then the rioting and mob violence is usually distressing. It is not that way down South. We just 'tend to the individ ual and reek no vengeance on his un offending race. SOMETHING FUR KVERCBODT. Do you take them? Ilaticock's Liquid Sulphur baths are as delightful as they are beneficial. The medicinal and tonic effect of sulphur baths by absorption of sulphur through the pores of the skin acts directly ot the blood, purifying it, and removes all on healthy secretions from the body. For sale at The Eagle Pharmacy. Best children's hose for the money at II. Thomason's. So We Go. Southern Farm Magazine. The individual known in France as Monsieur Homer P.Jones and in this country as Mister Booker Taliaferro Washington has recently developed a new resource. He is now employed in giving distinction to a select cote rie of a fresh school of North Carolin ians, giving one a standing before an audience of the negro elite of New Orleans, and furnishing another at Durham a measure of comparison for Robert E. Lee. Good, for Children. The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough, Croup and La Grippe lie cause it does not pass immediately into the stomach, but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble. It draws out the inflammation, heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure life giving and life-sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues. Dr. Armstrong, of Delia, Tex., prescrilies it daily and sajs there is no Letter cough remedy made. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. A Phase of Human Nature. Says an exchange: When one hogget an ear of corn every other hog will trot along- behind and squeal and beg, and is ready for a bite; but just let that hog get his head fast in a crack and every son of a sow will jump on and help tear him to pices. Just so it iB with men. As long as a man is prosinrous and ban money, he can't keep friends off with a base-bail bat. The moment he is unfortunate and his wealth is gone, he is not only snubbed by his former friends, but they begin to do him all the harm possible. When a man starts down grade the world steps to one side and greases the track. Cures , Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers, Eczema, Carbuncles, Etc. Medi cine Free. Robert Ward,Majey'n.Ga.,sayn:"lHuffcred j from Mood poison, my head, face and shoul j dors were one mass of corruption, acbes in 1 bones and joints, burning, itching, scabby skin, was all run down and discouraged, but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly, heal ed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health. Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition into ray brain." Geo. A. Williams, Roxbury. fare covered with pimples, chronic sore on back of head.BUpper- ating swelling on neck, eating ulcer on leg, bone pains, itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm ores all healed. Bo tanic Blood Balm, cures all malignant blood troubles, such as ecsema, scabs and scales, pimples, running sores, carbuncles, scrofula, i tc- Especially advised for all obstinatecaws that have reached the second or third stage. Druggists, $1.00. To prove it cures, sample of Blood B;ilm sent free and prepaid oy writ ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter. For sale at Parker's Two Drug Stores JUST RECEIVED A nice line of hos iery for ladies, Misses and gentlemen. Direct from the mills. No middle men's profits to be added. H.THOMASON. As an Advertising Medium The Gold Le&i standsat the Lead of q newspapers in this bection, the r famous Bright Tobacco District. U 4 ' The most wide-awake and sue ceseful men use ita columns with the highest Satisfaction to Themselves.' SDBSCRIFTION $1.60 Cash. NO. 51. cooks. Coughed " I had a tnest stubborn coueh for many years. It deprived me of sleep and I grew very thin. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was quickly cured." R. N. Mann, FallAlilis.Tenn. Sixty years of cures and such testimony ?.s the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in every drop. Tart sIxm : 25c, 50c., SI. All dragftttt. Comnlt your doctor. If h. ? taka It, then do ai ho sayi. ir Ii. tell you not to take It. then dou't tek. It. Us koow. Leave It with him. We arc willing. J. C. AVER CO.. Lonoil. Mass. G. A. Coggeshall, M. D., PHYSIC AH AND SURGEON, HENDERSON, N. C. Office over W. S. I'urker & Co's., opposite Dorsey 's Drug Store. Office Phone, 74-3. : Res. Phone, 70. DR. A. S. PENDLETON, Physician and Surgeon, Henderson, N. C. Office: t&rOvcr W. S.parkcr & Co's. Phone, No. 74. Residence, Masaenbure Hotel. DR. E. B. TUCKER, DENTIST, HENDERSON, N.C. OFFICE: Over Thomas' Drug Store. JOHN HILL TUCKER, Fhysician and urgeon, Henderson, N. C. Office (the late Dr. Tucker's) in Young k Tucker Building, Main street. Phone 02. Dr. H. H. BASS, Physician & Surgeon, Henderson, N. C. - OFFICE: In Young Block. DR. F. S. HARRIS, DENTIST, Henderson, N. C. OFFICE: tdTOver E. Q. Davis' Store. RYDALES TONIC A New frcleatlflc Uevery frtte BLOOD and NEQVES. It purines the blood by eliminating tin Kaste matter and other impurities and tj destroying the germs or microbes infest the blood. It builds up the llo-x by reconstructing and multiplying the r .-orpuscles, making the blood rich and rc'. It restores and stimulates the nerves causing a full free flow of nerve for throughout the entire nerve system. 1 speedily cures unstrung nerves, nervous iiess, nervous prostration, and all othct diseases of the nervous system. RY DALES TONIC is sold under a posi tive guarantee. TrUI size M cert. ramBy size $I.Ot StAXVFACTCaZO BY The Radical Remedy Company HICKORY, N. C For sale at the Kagie Pharmacy.