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" - .. .. ... - " .... .''..(.. - f' . . : ' ' 9 V 9 dverli sing Brings Success f i T, ,t it iuvh to advertise iu tbe Gold As an Advertising Medium The Gold Lvf stands at tbe lnad of; A newspapers in thin section, the r t f a iLea.f ia shown by itn well filled f mai it pa. 2 vertising columns. 4 Bright Tobacco District. The most wide-awake and too ceseful men utue its columns with the highest Sensible Business Men I t II D notcontinue to spend good f i II f''ipy where no appreciable A v re.. i ns are seen. Satisfaction to Themselves. J That is Proof That it Pays. I T a SDBSCE1FTI0I $1.60 UaV THAD R. MANNING, Pubiisiier. it CaEOLINA, CiA3lOTJ3SrJ. IE3-EjfVV"ET,S BlJBSSITCa-S HENDERSON, N. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904. NO. 27. voL.axxni. FORTUNE TELLING Does not take into consideration the one essential to woman's happiness wom anly health. There is many a woman whose future seems absolutely unclouded who is marked by her own condition for futu-e disappointment and distress. Tbe Ionian who i neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune. For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross. Womanly health may be retained or regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. It establishes regularity, dries the drains which weaken women, Ilea Is inflamma tion and ulcera tion an1 cures female weakness, It makes weak women strong, sick women well. Dr. Pierce offers $500 reward for women who cannot be cured of the above dis eases. ' His "Prescription" has been so successful in curing thousands of cases in the past third of a century that he makes this remarkable offer to show his confidence. " I have taken tix liottles of Ir. Pierce's Favor ite !'rv:-.cription," write Miss M. I:yfe. of Oril'ia, SiimvK. Co.. Ontario, "and two bottles of the Pit n -ant Pcll-ts ' as you advised lor congestion ALUMNI ADDRESS Delivered at Trinity College, June 7, 1904, by Mr. Goodwin Davis Eltsl worth. 1 1 ot tiiiTti. ovaries, ana weakness, and can saiely av t!.at vour melicine has lieen the means of n-storitisj'tnc to good healt'h again, which I had not h.id for over three years, until taking your mcdLine. I thank you very much for your kind and prompt attention to my letter askingadvice." ' Favorite Prescription " has the testi mony of thousands of women to its com plete cure of womanly diseases.. Ir. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the Following is the alumni address delivered at Trinity College June 7th by Mr. G. D. Ellsworth, of Washing ton, D. C, class of 1H80: Arising before you in a spirit of reminiscence my memory reverts to a rare day in June, 1880, when this institution conferred the baccalau reate degree on fourteen as manly and big-hearted fellows as ever went forth from the walls of Alma Mater. I eairfiee them now as they appeared on that "life's delicious morn," for there on the threshold of the years to come, Old Trinity had trained the intellect and fired ambition. In a quarterof a century one passes many mile-stones of life, some by successful ways and others by a more thorny path. Hut whatever disappointments may have come to us, I feel that honest effort and stout endeavor was the armour of each man's heart and glad indeed ami today that fair fortune lias not deprived us of her smile. I appreciate the confidence ayouth is apt to have upon his graduation dav. Fancy paints honors, riches, and the desired of life within his grasp. 'Tis an easy conquest. "Why, then the world is mine oyster Which I with1 sword will open." complexion and sweeten the breath. Office: Bit Life dispels many of these illusions, and happily so. That man is the best citizen who is the architect of his own reputation, whose giant in dustry and sterling integrity lifts him above his environment, be it ever so humble, and makes the proudest and the richest feel honored to grasp his hand. These are the truths which were brought home to the class of '80, and if some of the irlamour 01 lite was dimmed or the colors of the rainbow made less intense, honest, stubborn facts were ours. We were taught conditions, not theories. 1 would not rob childhood of its pleasures or vounsr manhood of its promise, for when my college days come back to -n i rn tt nir T me if they bring any regret "my re 1j. J ) L UulV 1J It o-ret has become an April violet,' and fortunate indeed is the man who HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE. A Htronjr line of loth LIFE AND PIKE t'OM I'A.NIHS represented. Polities issued mitl rinks placed to bent advantage. : : : In Court House. DENTIST, HENDERSON, N.C. OFFICE: Over Thomas Drug Store. DR. F. S. HARRIS, DENTIST, Henderson, N. C. OFFICE: teiTOver E. O. Davis Store. FRANCIS A. MACON, DENTAL SURGEON. nrrice: Vount Sc Tucker Handing. Under Telephone ICxclmnge. iiv,.. i..,,ir- o it in tn 1 i. in., 'i to Op. in. 1. :,in. Plw.no illi Plione 2a. uvtimntaa furnished whon desiretl. JNO charge lor examination. CHICHESTER'S 1 3 H ENNYROYA: jr, Original nm! eJiLLS llrlvlnnl anil Ont, f mil 8AKK. Omyir'limblii I nil.w. k Wrnwm fur (Z , li li la I : ! ,Snu sutMlUa !o- Mtiici 1... Tiki enuu tli r. Uefnw !.. - . L.tltu.'on and Imlta il.. I . ,r vmir flrunri.,!. or 'D.t 4 tuiFi t-- l"r' -'tart. TetlnoMll ?. ft-. : -.ll," in Ul t . t rr ar M.. .HI r lllmolinl'- S'llJUl .11 rip.... - : j '! 'ani1tl V- SIM M. - "ULA.. I'A. can change an old sorrow into a new joy. Because of all these practical, substantial things learned in this in stitution I have never omitted an opportunity to speak a good word for my Alma Mater. Three of the class have gone to meet their reward and the remainder- have brought no reproach upon their instructors. The beloved and lamented Craven left his impress for good on the hearts of all his students. He has reflected no more credit upon the college than upon the State. Greater Trinity is now our pride and boast, ine com parison which my own memory enables me to make between the spirit and the work of this institu tion, as it was and as it is, is Itself an enthusiastic tribute to its recent progress and increased beneficence. Surely the people of the State have a satisfaction, never greater than to day, m the tearing and fruit of lrin- ity College. Its present administra tion has made the college felt in every fibre of the life of the State, drawing from the outer world ever fresh mate rial to fit theyouth of Trinity for the world s work. but by showing what they have done. It is trite. I know, to read the chronicle of this nation's wonderful progress in material devices during the life-time of those who hear these words, but there is probably nothing more profitable to the youth of every generation than sucn a re hearsal. I speak now not merely 01 the evolution of mechanics and pro gress in mere material things, but of such great achievements as those of the discoveries of anaesthetics, the triumphs of Sir Joseph Listor and Ir. Lorenz.and the varied inventions which, make tbe ills of life easier to bear. By the steam engine, remote communities and even continents have been made neighbors. By the telegraph and telephone the ends of the earth have been given instan taneous communication: by the phonograph the living voice has been transmitted from generation to gen eration; by the biograph the very ;esture8 and attitudes and move ments of the human race have been made immortal; by the wireless tele graph the air itself has been made vocal and the news of battle lias been snatched from the enemy's secret archives; by machinery which one may almost say is intellectual, the printed pages annually produced by the world have been trebled in a single decade. In physics especially in that branch of it which we call electricity, there has been greater progress than in any other line of human activity. In the series of experiments now being carried on, a tremendous advance has been made towards a solution of the nature and very constitution of matter, which seems to sustain the monistic theory of the universe. Biology takes a back seat for the time being, while the research goes forward through chemistry toward establishing the oneness of all ele ments. The X-rays discovered by Prof. Roentgen, of Germany, have ceased to be the entirely unknown quantity which their name implies, and real use is being made of that radio activity which was like light in that it produced an effect on the photographic plate but was unl'ke light in being wholly invisible and also that it passed easily through opaque substances like wood, leather and human flesh. Subsequent experi ment has revealed the fact that the mineral uranium spontaneously emits rays which penetrate opaque objects just as the X-raj'S do. Another element has since become one of the wonders of the world, discoverd by a Madame Curie, who has named it radium. Experiments with uranium, helium and radium, tend to greatly Wa.ll Beautify Your Home by Paper ing Your WclIIs. y Pamper sv if a rt W For Best Results use Alfred Peats PriteWall Paper Mr. Alfred Peats is the originator of the system of selling Wall Paper from sample books through agents. With his many years of unexcelled experience he places this season the most complete set of Wall Paper books erer issued with his agents for your inspection, from the cheap grades to the fc r quality, flnmrni oolortiim. rtefc i law. These books repre sent the leading patterns of some of r" bU Brills and a evory pntteru will be carried the eutire season, Room Momldina. fMwi Wlrm and Hookm t Mmteh, you get just what you buy from me. If you intend doing any papering drop me a postal card saying bo and I will come. Costa you nothing to examine and see the books; the best plan to buy Wall Paper. JOHN W. OVERTON, P.O. BOX 21. KITTRELL, N. C. Education Only Prepares For Service. Lumberton Robesonian. The schools and colleges through out the country now closing will pour a tide of men and women into life's current to overcome its difficulties and win its battles. The success ac complished by these, the usefulness which they are to render to their State and country depends almost entirely on the ideals they have form ed during their school career and the conceptions they have of their duty and obligations to. the world. To graduate with the highest- distinc tions from the very nest college in the land, is no guarantee of the posi tion one will hold in the future. Those who consider an education an end will begin life with a false idea, which if pursued will insure their own failure. It is after all a means for the accomplishment of purpose, a a THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC And the Church's Relation Thereto as Stated by the Ministers Confer ence of Henderson. Communicated. The following paper prepared at the instance of the Ministers' Confer ence of Henderson explains itself: There is no greater enemy to humani ty, nor greater hindrance to the prog ress of the irospel than the traffic iu and use of ardent spirits. The solution of this evil is one of the most difficult prob lems that confront the church ana the State. It is not a theory that confront us. but a condition, and one that should he wiaelv handled. The duty ot the church in relation to the individual is plain. She should teach, and insist on total abstinence from the use of hitoxi- eatinsr liauors as n beverage. While the abuse of anv crood thine is the objectiou. more than the use of it, so general is the abuse attending the use of ardent spirits, mm n Bone Pains, itching, Scabby Skin DiM&ses. Swellings Carbuncles, I'loiiilc, Scrotal - rwanaciillr cared ty Wttact DoUci 14ood Balm. It ioUi7 & aUfa Poun La tha Uood. It ?m ftara iches and paliS In oosra, back and Joint. Itching Scabby Biiu, r!ood frcU M r thin, Kwollra Gtaada, KUtas and Eumpa. on U-3 SUn, Minus PalcfeM to Month, Sore T5ira.it, IMmplc. or oCmtlro rnuMloai. Coppcr-Colored SpUa or rai on .t U rurv-dowa, or tacrrooa, Horn on any rrt of tlo bodr. UT brow, (oiling out. Carbarn k or Coll. Uka Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteed to cure err n the wont und eiMtdrritralrd can what doctor, tiateut umUr.nra.aad but aprlas taU. Haals fighting for useful living, a power thnt the only safe course for the indi-1 ra wit h tornfif 1 1 1 a r m 1 : . . . , . .a V It a. uv which may le wielded force for good or for evil. The use ful men and women who go out of these institutions will be those who have esteemed it such and who will realize that their graduating com mencement is only the beginning of life's labors which lie before them. Mad- .-r.'irely of mets! an.-i fancy colored canvas. 1l;e material ia light and a.-:u" braced, fimali-rd ii Ui-ck eparnel. Kold cru,iactly, occupy ing sp.-.i.t: of only 4'i i inches. I set up or folded by removing only four stove bcts Perr.tiy itr,..:. PS EASY' MPfife t.hi:-. oa lean ''-j,:gfi.i. w .i r. ---c -'re in til learn the secret Comfort of it all the chair. You can sit as in in: ordinary chair inJ -.he;: ii you like, stretch your- t" f-vt :u:o n. fu!l reclining position, c Ch.nr j.jst follows every movement 0; the body, vr:thout any eff-rt on your pari; you cm swing or not as you please. wail aim -i in li 4.1-14 - 1 . , This costa yovi nothir tf. The Chair itself costs you m y you reel 1. $5.00. vidual is to abstain from its use, except as a medicine, in case of necessity. e lelieve that total abstinence from strong drink, as a beverage w taught by the Scriptures, which is our only guide in the matter, and for this reason, we be lieve it to be our duty to insist tnat men everywhere abstain from its use. All 1 a 1 that has been gained in legislation, re straining the traffic in spirituous liquors is the result of the moral suasion and education that has been imparted by the church, and t hnstian workers, ana teachers in the temperance cause. Our J laws are made by the sentiment of the people, and no law, 11 placed upon ine statute books, can be enforced without a moral 82ntiment behind it. So far are j we from believing that temperance can be secured by law, that we arc convincea that we cannot cet temperance Hgisla- tion without, temuerance sentiment be hind it. Rnt when we cret the sentiment, the lanr will lu minrtWI n nil Rll loll? OS the naieign iiraea. ntimAnt liohind the law is health V and The open switch is the terror of the aggressive, the law will be enforced man who sits at the KNOWLEDGE FROfl EXPERIENCE Is what we understand when Dr. Spalding, n ... . . 1 an eminent Baptisi divine, 01 uuivctsiuh, Texas, writes: "Send me two bottles of Tay lor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein. It is for a friend suffering from con sumption. It is a preparation 1 know Irom experience to be good." At druggists, 25e; 50c. and $1.00 a bottle. For sale at Tarker s Two Drug Stores. The Gate To Death tnakat blood pure a:. 1 rich, cor:i:tM-!r rhanainf tit ntlra body Into a clean, t;. altLf condition, B. B. B, baaeoredtbousandsof caseavf lllood rulaonemn attar Tcacbins the last stagr. Old Khoumutlsru, Catarrh, Eravin are canard by an awtul polxxwd comliuoa of lha Blood. B. B. B. atopa IlawtUii aud Splutnc, Itrblnc and 8cratc:an3,Aenc and ra!n; cun a KlwumaUaai, Calarrb; hrali all Scab, Uiiira, tropuotu, naiery Dllttcra, foul foaterlug Sonant Erwma; by giving a Vara, bealtliy biood aptlr to aiTecud paria. Cancer Cured Botanla Blood JUlra Cam Cafirrra ot all KMnda, Suppurating 6welU:ic. Eallns Surra, Tumor, agly L'leer. II kill lUe Canoer TuiMm t;.a bcala tba aorra or wont cancer perfectly. It yen Lara a peralataiit fim pie. Wart, Swelling. Shoo: inn. CUnstnc ralaa. laka Blood Halm aad V.vej TriU CisamcoX iietvf bry terelop Into Caaccr. 5la::y a.nparentir liopeiea t cancer cored by Uklua UcCttJo Clood Halm. JmT n lmrg bmxi r of Uf tlloml llnlt( I. .!.) alwajrit lr no eared year ntonejr throttle of the engine. 11 lyncning is everjusunauie it s when a miscreant deliberately turns an engine into an open switch. We recall a number of instances where this has happened in the last vear. Unlv a day or two ago an en gineer and his fireman were instantly killed by having their engine turned i into an ooen switch. Mr. C. W. Tucker. engineer on the .S. A. L., was turned into an open switch at tienaerson. He now lingers in the hospital, a cripple for life. Only a night or so Therefore, it is our duty to keen tne temperance sentiment alive aud active. This can only be done by constant work. V should keeD un the agitation, and teach the evils of intemperance from the pulpit, in our Sunday Schools, and use our influence as far as possible to have temnerance taught in our secular schools. We owe it to the State, as citizens, to do our part to aid all legislation that has for its object the destruction of the traffic in liouor. The onen saloon, and the hscense system, is tne worst regula tion of the evil, if regulation it may be callpd The ooen saloon is the drunkard factory, and the long tolerated evil 01 Botanla Blood Balm fBJS.B. ! iMntamt vifntatake. lkoroncl-lrtcsirdforffSyra. Computed of furo Hxnlo Imnlwnta. fcreiirlhK Complete direction go with e.-v-H IxHtle. Kauai f It.H.ll. and sunnnira . rrr "7 rrltlng Wood Balm AlUnia. Oiu fieacrtb your trouble. ntl petal five niealual advlc. ta euit youf , aiao aeiu ia raica iciuir. For sale at Parker's Two Urug Stor. That Watch t liave. i ou need clean- injr and fixing Greek philosophy which taught that to be practically useful was about i the most useless t hing an enlighten ed being could undertake. Macaulay modify if not destroy the atomic quotes Seneca as ridiculing the sug- theory of the universe. What of the future? Will the next generation be as prolific of extraor dinary achievements as the last has been? Why not? The realm of the unknown is almost infinite, ar.d the little that man has been able to find out, as Shakespeare has told us, 'The weary sun hath made a golden set; And bv the bright track oi his nery car, Gives token of a goodly day tomorrow." As there is no sound in the universe except in the presence of an ear con structed to receive its impressions, so all the secrets of nature exist only in the mind of man. The youths of the coming generation win oe tne neins of all the ages and the youngest born of time. They will accept the chan- gestion that the first shoemaker was 1 " 1 1 . . . ,1 Yin rAAa ' l.A T nlll own part, if we are forced to make choice between the first shoemaker and the author of the three books on Anger, we pronounce ' for the shoemaker. It may be worse to be angry than to be wet. But shoes have' kept millions from being wet; and we doubt whether Seneca ever kept anybody from being angry. The ancient philosophers promised what was impracticable; they despised what was practicable. They filled the world with long words and long beards; aud they left it as wicked and as ignorant as they found it. An acre in Meddlesex is better than n. nrineimlitv in Utopia. The small- of time, iney win arcepi tne cutw- -r- . - , . t fhan tllR The pessimists, who always go mad lenge of Nature with the audacity of !!r magnificent promises of im possibilities. The wise man of the Ml T3 PARKER'S UAir? BALSAM m.n..a and brautil'ic the hair. I . ln.urinnt ttTUWt!!. Vi J FailB to Keatqre Gray I Hair to It Youthful o'pr. Curt w-alp diwM hir inUuig. ffif.andll.uuai imigjna with the summer heat, who always find so much to criticise in the spots on the sun, that they almost make the sun itself a failure, and who draw nil their axioms and maxims from I conditions that obtain in some of the large cities of our union, would their ancestors and wrench her secrets from her one by one. "I heard a surly cynic say the eagles all are dying: The kinzs that rule the mountain thrones are vanishing away. But, from a thousand cloudy nests the answer fell, replying. find their occupation gone, were they The eagles of tomorrow are the fledgelings I J (. itnv v. v. hw.. - - - lock, turned the switch, and was no I doubt in hiding, watching the awful conseauences of his dastardly, deed. i a -ex l i- .1 .... iogooa citizen cau uuoru iu uuvir , - . , j A, . rl utttc i y iiiiitiK, emu cu ncuio uvv. v. lin frTTtrH-tn tliat. tliio ia nil arro Oil .J . . . unv in Itioe nnn onprinlifttfl I hft sue-I , J . . ., r . . . r -r v ; r . re 1 aouDt, tne perpetrator oi sucn a ueeu ought to suffer the extreme penalty as they are today. Indeed, there is some danger that the curricu lum may become too elaborate for the highest value. For it must not ago an engineer saw the switch light I the saloon, has left a large number of disappear. Shutting off his engine J drinkers of liquor who are hard Jto con- i... ...rtii in r.f r,n -in rima trt i rrn nnn 'nnw 11e14.r11111iH.Liuu iaj UUOUUXCUCU IU QVUUUlui: IU i v.. ... v., .... I . ... ... .1 find that someone had broken the liquor makes ,the enforcement of probibi- and oiling that watch comes up. ii. nA 1, 0;i, or,, n.uu no tory legislation very difficult. 1- or this ...... up once in a while, and so doen your watch. About onco a year the proposition of cleaning It's reaeon, it is necessary to xoierave uiw uwit t,io. . uiopvuDui . a rp- a f fllnf iirMijtrt-lofl rt wnfafll 14 nthnn 4h a a dAHA it Qtt11l4l Ika UIlfMT 1 lie I bH II ,LtiK. n x. t,ti-.'J w. - fTUCU lULD J.r uvaaxt aw 3a'vruu 1 . . . . . . 1 strictest laws tnat can oe eniorccu, uu ...i.i.n, ;t 5a lwwf with the view to ultimately restrict tbe j""- """ - - Tobacco Flues Parrish Futrell's Is the place to get your Tobacco Flues. Tin Hoollng, Guttering ami nil kinds of sheet iron mitl tin work done. Hoof Painting a specialty. The liest (Jun Smith in town. l$i cycles repaired, locks mended and keys fitted to same, sewing nia- -bines put in good condition. In fact, any and all kinds of work in our liiic at live and let live prices. Parrish & Futrell, Montgomery St., Henderson, N. C. of the Old North State. Uoodlers mar stalk abroad, but not m the legislative halls of old North Caro I Una. Money may buy offices, but has not yet bought them here. The price of her judiciary is at least above rubies, as well it may be, for that is the price of wisdom. 1-ife, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are ln- When we think we are looking at the future we see only the past; the Golden Age is ahead of us, not be hind us; not in immaturity, but in evolution; not in chance seeds inad vertently scattered, but in the con summate flower of existence. Bulwer T.vtton savs "The veil which covers the face of Futurity is woven by the sured. Property is secure. Order hand of Mercy," aud Sen?ca loug be- nrevnils. Industry thrives. Chanty , - . -a a 1 abounds. J-Jvmences oi soui can ue found without the aid of the micro scope in her corporations. Her law I vers earn modest fees. Her physi cians meet in happy conclave. But the price of all this is vigilance, l nere is danger, danger irom greea. lan- opr from intolerance and narrowness r . ,, fore him declared "The state of that man's mind who feels too intense an interest as to future events, must be most deplorable." But the veins of the man of to-day are filled with the ichor a divine curosity, and careless of the weaver, his irreverent hand is ever busy in tearing away the sym hol ami shield of mvstery. If this is Stoics Would, no doubt, be a grander object than, a steam engine, uut there are steam engines; and the wise man of the Stoics is yet to be born. A philosophy which should enable a man to feel perfectly happy while in ao-onies of pain would be better than a remedy wtiicn assuages pain; out, we know that the ancient sages liked the toothache just as little as their neighbors." When we contemplate the fantas tic philosophy of Plato and his Greek associates and disciples, and the things they did not do to alleviate the discomforts of mankind, and when we reflect upon the marvelous fruitage of the Baconian philosophy, its installation of utilitarianism as the chief end of knowledge, and its insistence upon the inductive system as the means of arriving at correct conclusions, we find ourselves quot ing again the lustrous eulogy of Macaulay: "Ask a follower of Ba con what the new philosophy, as it was called in time of Charles 11, lias cessful man of this decade is the man who has learned to do one thing well, so much better than it is ordi narily done that it secures a recog nition of his superiority. The day of the successful empiric has gone bv. The dav has come when the man who is at the top of his profes 8ion is he who has harnessed expert ment and observation-to his wagon, and who, combining the utilities and the humanities, devotes himself con scientiouslv to the service of his kind. Time was when the blacksmith was the most important man in every community because the blacksmith made the weapons of destruction. Todav. although wars are still wag ed, with the cruelty of barbarians and the frenzy of lunatics, men are dimly conscious of something better and something wiser, and up the sky of the future rises in faint outline the splendid adumbration of a holier of the law, and ought to do it in the most summary way, consistent with the laws of society. It's far worse than to stand behind mt-m 1 a tree ana kin your man as ne ap proaches. In that case you kill one, while in wrecking a "rain no one may escape death or injury. or the poorest mane time is, best attention is given it. W A GREAT RULER. One of the greatest of rulers is the liver. Experts at Doctoring Sick Waichma That is what our customers say. Let Might & Co., Up-to-Date Jewelers and Optician It governs the human organism. When the liver is out of order the whole system becomes diseased. Keep your liver healthy by using RYDALE'S LIVER TABLETS. They cure all liver trouble. They cure constipation. Your money back if they do not give satis faction. EAGLE PHARMACY. Hint to Judges. Wilmington Star. Jii1o-pm who are of the opinion that time when each shall be the guardian ti,e rio-bt of appeal has become obso-1 logical solutions of the questions that baIp n.r. the disnensarv to medicinal, or neressarv nurnoses. Because of the de- trminjitioii to violate prohibitory laws, by druggists, and others, we believe the . . . . . . a . best solution ot tnequestion is w rusixjci- t he (sales to dispensaries, and whenever it can be done, restrict tne uisiiensu-rK-n, to medicinal, or necessary uses oi liquor. We should guard with care tne covetous us nx up your umo-pioeo sentiment that will ue apt to grow up in communities where there are dispen saries, to make these dispensaries large revenue products, and thereby decrease the burdens of the tax payer. It is a great gain when we have takn the prof it out of the traffic to the individual, but if the sales at tne dispensary become sources of profit to the tax payer, and he becomes wedded to the dispensary system for indirect profit, then the tax .... i i i -i i nnvprs will become as nillCll aeuaucneu by the evil as the whisky seller under the liscense system, and public morals will be corrupted, and our government win lu run hv blood nionev. It behooves us to keep all these facts before ns in dealing with this monstrous evil, and be on the alert to avoid every nit fall that Satan mav place in our way. IIT . A. A. ir,nrrvn ni i 1 1 ") 1 fTI ve iieeu iu tutrt iiwuco m iwi th of all, and permanent peace shall be a nation s truest conquest. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c, money back if not cured. Sold by M. Dorsey, druggist. New Associate Professor of Law. News and Observer. At tbe meeting of the University -.'-- m T-a trusl t'os last week, Mr. rnomas nui- fin . associate professor of law resign ed .11 id will practice law in Charlotte. ... . 1 Tlo -lms made reputation at inapei and instructor ana lete. null and void, and that citation to show cause why attachment lor contempt shall not lie is antiquated . - . , ill .1 : . : . ,.r ana entirely wiwim me uiscreuuit oi the court, should set up straight and seriously consider whether their legal education has been neglected. We deny the right of appeal from this band down. Worst of All Experiences. Can any thing le worse than to feel that every minute will be your last? Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three veara " she writes. "I en dured insufferahle pain from indigestion, stomach and bowel trouble. Death seemed . . . i . . i mnv nriue and to avoid any iauaiicu.1 action that may make us the allies of our foes. For those who are laboring to keen the whiskev ccne fastened on our eonntrv are son ft t mes wiser in their veneration than the children of the lio-ht. and will make allies of us that they may betray us to the enemy. Hancock's Liquid Snlpbur should be it. every nome. ii curea n-wum, muim, wv- ter, ringworms, dandruff, cuts, burns, Open sores, dyplithcria, sore throat, and all blood and skin diseases. No home should be with out it. Ask your druggists for a book" on l.tanld Snlphar. For sale at The Eagle Pharmacy. "The man in debt should never THE OPERATES Double Daily Trains Carry!" Patinas Klerpr, Cat tar (a la carta) aaif L'kalr tara ( t cats free). Electric Lighted Throughout BETWEEN Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas City AND TOALL POINTS IN Texas, Oklahoma and ImlianTerritorlea AND THE Far Wast and Northwest. inevitable when doctors and remedies failed. I WOrrv about what he owes, but leave At length I was induced to try Electric Bit- tnat, to his creditorn." That's about t and the result was miraculous. I im- 1 wlinr. momt. debtors do. if tl.' s,nrie be be- CHEAP CoaJ Wood We have stock of the nicest and largest from lack of that jrenerous culture which lifts a man to tbe exercise oi the best thinrrs in his fellows. And to meet this danger the State still looks with renewed hope to the train ing, the influence, the inspiration ot her institutions of education; ana to none more than to Trinity College, for that institution of learning serves the best purpose which inspires its students to think noblest, for actions are but reflex thoughts. If I were to choose a text to speak to on this occasion, it should be that first imperative decree uttered to the darkness of Chaos, i iat lUX Lt Hill as lawyer ana instructor anu i provea- at once anj now i am completely re- J oll bv the bill cohVHor "u K.- a inrn Mow dnnrrer i, ..Vnl viaw of Tsis Tennyson Y"? V" " 1 T" ZZT Z ' " covered." for Liver, Kidney, Moma.u ana l,Hved.-orlollC ruou - :.hi&v. ?" " 'rv ";v;"" v"jrr;ir ' " ellecle? Ior vuo"" l v lU9ni state to ue congratuiateu u tronble8 Ele(.tric Bitters is the omy " n uo reaav: 'XT, nas lenciiieueu ine n Mr. I.neina 1. Alctienee nas oeeu , -n.. t- ,,i k f ' a - niM i ii'i i 7 1 1 v inn., at p ;uui t,i' has mitigatea pain; it naa vxuu- Chosen to succeea Mr. Kumn. c. i DorBey Drtl!ariBt miished disease, it has increased the McGehee graduated at the Universi- fertility of the soil; it has given new tv ; 1885 with the highest marks tt wag not necessary to call out i Jl. w...rt. J- linn I a 1 A- I.. ..... . -i . .1 I il ... securities to niw uiainrci, u ever receivea ov auy biuucuk oiuw t(,e mmtia in oraer io eei me Aiiau "Well, were it not a pleasant thing To fall nsleep with all one's friends, To pass with all our social ties To silence from the paths of men, And every hundred years to rise An.l learn the world, and sleep again; To sleep through terms of mighty wars, And wake on science grown to mure, On secrets of the brain, the stars, As wild as aught of fairy lore; And all that else the years will show The poet-forms of stronger hours. The vast republics that may grow, The federations and the powers." Anthracite and Splint Coal, -Also PINE AND OAK WOOD. Any length. -:- Satisfaction and prompt service guaranteed. Poythress' Coal & Wood Yard, -Phone. No. 88.- If Archimedes, Pliny, Copernious, Sir Isaac Newton, Lord Bacon and Tbn;nmin' Franklin could visit the there be Light! I have often thought St. Louis Exposition this week, and that if learning has a patron saint, a walk from one end to the other un- ffood genius to whom her votaries der the escort of Thomas A. Eson Should appeal, it must surely be would it not be a sight for gods and Phosphor; the Light-giver, the Light- men to witness their emotion? brinnSr. that splendid embodiment We may well guess that of these of luminosity who first flooded with visitors, to earm Artn meue uu u i, xi. u.:i.4-i a T.?rriir Ko most, astonished for he would rauiance viieuviiiuwi iwu. ,"" -- - , ;i,fJarl I Pie is us goai seem to oe ui u. urw f""1" tJirtinr-oost by a new race of beings. But, if I am lint TOISTRKPII. r raQkllll ttuu. it has spanned great rivers and estuaries pettijj;rew and Ransom made high flc & North Carolina railroad out of witn onages oi iurm uumiunu I water manes over nan a i'hih un ujto, our fathers; it has guided the thun- oirice crraduation he has held a post derbolt innocuously to earth; it ton a3 editor in a great law publish- bas lighted up the night with the ;n? house in New York. Hefieganasa splendors of the day; it has extended innior editor, on u small salary. By the range of human vision; it has J, ability, industry and capacity he mnltinlied the power of human wfti, advanced to a burlier place in muscles: it has accelerated motion; editinrr law publications. Mr. Mcfle- it has annihilated distance; it has bee is a son of the late Hon. Mont facilitated intercourse, correspond- ford McGehee and loves his native ence. all friendly offices, all dispatch state, which will warmly welcome of business, rnese are out a pan oi h,m tack home. the hands of the receivers, but the Governor meant business all the Kiinif. nnd we admin bis stand for the interests aud dignity of I he State. Winston Sentinel. OSCAR OUTLAW'S up-to-date BARBER. SHOP Is the place to get a satisfactory Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, Sham poo, or Shoe Shine. First-class barbers, prompt atten tion, satisfactory service. Same prices you've always paid. is Milton savs. "Lisrht ethereal, first of thinrra. Quintessence pure," this it ia that collesres are built for. Lowell says, "Light is the symbol of truth," and it is eaually a symbol o! love, for the very plants turn their faces Itij frnita and of its first fruits. For it is a philosophy which never rests, which is never attained, which is never mature. Its law is progress. A point which yesterday was invisi- ble is its goal toaay, ana win ue it to-morrow. The alumni of this college, tne -1 T 1 T ran. Bacon would experience and express nA a jn- nnrtinn the most gratification-Franklin be- - - abfy nkn in raDTkTA I11TT1 I IIP I v " . . ARE YOUR LUNGS WEAK? Does the cough left by the grip or thecold contracted during the winter, still hang on? RYDALE'S ELIXIR will cure your cough and heal your weak lungs. It kills the germs that cause chronic throat and rang disease and helps nature restore the weakened organs to health. Trial siie 25c. Jamily e sue, EAGLE PHARMACY. V. W. PARKER aks the readers of this ppur to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Those ir- sons who have used it and who have been cured by it, do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends. Kodotdigests what you eat, cures indigesUun, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contri bute to the blood all of the nutriment con tained in the food. Kodol Dj spepsia Cure is rieasant and palatable. For sale at Parker's Two Drug Stores. By adopting the Parker tactics Governor Hams has so fardispiayea Nervous Dyspepsia Cured by Rydale'a Stomach Tablets. Mr. It. E. Jones, buyer for Parker . Brid get, whose large department stores are located at 9th and IVun. Ave., Washington, D. C, writes, under date of April 14, 11)04, as follows: "Last February, while in New York on business for roy house, I caught a never cold, which laid me up for several M'eks an l.-lt me weak and nervous. I had little or no ........til., and mv diirestion was very poor. -J.v physicians could not get at the cause of j I my trouble, as my digestion seemed so bw J THROUGH SLEEPltlQ CM SERVICE FROM TIE SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AKD VJ&ti CITT. ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP fcxraraloa tickets frsa AtUata. tia., aa4 blrmlnrham. Ala., to xlats la tteatbweat saia Prat aad tblrs Dewlptive literature, ticket arranirad and through resarvaljons nauJe upon expli cation to f. E. CLARK, Ts. Pass1 A or.. ATLAMTA, OA. S. L. PARROTT, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, ATLANTA, GA. cause he would see .. . . , 1 T toward it with joyous preference. All fulfillment of his propnecv, aim ra-tMo-hi that illumines the world is com because he wouli fin himseli in I ther from the sun or the students' the presence of the ripened fruits iof familiarizinc: themselves with thei magnificent bequest of learning which Lord Bacon left to promote j the advancement of the tinman race. An.urvo ui j Tjsortn uaronna itepuoiican. oai - t i AAvi-trr r i v-k rn m-M5iii i.iiiii ivi. i . -a .1 lamp. It w to rememoerea now- nis pu"-F",; Ueth cen- The end of all U.s pnilosopnv waa tne ever, tnat tne mumiuunuu u. Wu ""..Z. JIWZ rh,r n the stuaem; oi ww ww .- , . mflT.kind the oromotion of world is due not only to the learned tury turn back with imore P1. fhe weifare of the human race. It i 4- nniaanntvi.T.n l m t.iih uaiuo-uvnvva nut larsreiv iu ine uaca ajv w w - . , , v;i those whohave Dever had the advan- champeon of the enmenta i philo- tage of a liberal education, and the sophy ana mtner oi " will hold their own in this The world is indebted to Ird Bacon had no other Duroose. And this, u mistake not. is the key which is to unlock the secrets of nature in the Twentieth Cen turv. TI.A (nnntinn nf an instltntinn of boasting of their advantages and centuries to come, for jts fa hearninf? were never before so diverse tellinir what they are going to do,1 tion from the shackles of the old Jill LilClA JV1 IA IU Vl-llkj I AUV v.. - - 1 It .u. competition, not by complacently ana wm ue min telling yhat they that there is no middle ground on which factional Democrats can get together, tbe Nashville News says: "Democrats who cannot see a miaaie ground in their opposition to the Kennbliran aancrer ana m vu npntrai of present issues are either fanatical or false. TheJiwo luckiest men "out of jail" i Judge Pritchard and Editor Dan- iela Wilmington .Vfar. bury San. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE. Dr. William Self, of Webster, X. C, an old practitioner o! medicine, tells as that after many years experience in medicine he finds it money saved to his patients to use Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein for coughs, colds and consumption. At drug- it 23c 50c. and ll.OO a bottle. For sale 5"1 "J w w at Parker's Two Drug 8tores. impaired. I derided to try UlU.iw.s STOMACH TABLET'S, heing assured by a friend, they were a good dyspepsia medicine. After using them for a few days, 1 begun to realize that I was getting bettr. I gave up the doctor's prescription and have gained 20 pounds while using two boxes of these tab let. I never felt better m my ule, ana accreaii RYDALE'S STOMACH TABLETS with Hav ing cured me. I can recommend them, most heartilr. to sufferers from nervous indiges tion and general run-down conditions of tne . m m-m t arw a W It? t a"W system. EAULti 1'UAISmaii. a mas thinks he knows a woman whon he asks her to become his wif, but after marriage lie discovers 11- mistake. SOHETUIHO FOB EVEBfBOUV. Do yo take them? Hastatk'f Liquid Snlfhmr baths are as delightful as they are beneficial. Tbe medicinal and tonic effect of sulphur baths by absorption of sulphur through tbe pores of the skin acts directly on the blood, purifyingvit, and removes all un healthy KMretipns from the body. r sale at Tbe EsgW Pharmacy. - EXECUTOR'S NOTICE XTTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I J3I have (inalifiixi as Eiecntor of W. A. Cun ningham. uweasl,nl that all j-nwu bav iniri lnimN airaint the leclnt are rwinirwl to exhibit same before n at or before tbe 3rd day of June. A. !.. llH. Henderson, X. C, Jnne 2. l'.K)4. It. P.tLNMMlHAM. Extitr, Thomas M. I'ittma. Attorney. KYDALE& TONIC A iW 6clcill Mteevcry for the CLOOD and NERVES. It purifies thff bi'6.1 l.y eliminating t tvaste mattt-r aa.i ofn- r iipuritics and lj destroyinz the j-crms or n.icrol tha infest the, LlwJL It In.il.N op the blotx by rcconstru. tn. a..l .a'lhi plying the r -orpus-.les, maki::- t!i Lll rs hand red It restores airfl s'imu!-4l the nerve causing a lull f;e- fl.w of i.crvc fore ipeedily cures ui.Mrun- nor -.-, acss, nervous ux Ut-unt, uivi nil disease of th- norvo.m )'" KYDALLS TONIC wM umbra pos Hve guarantt-c- Trial ! 5 ees.i. rarr,Uy , sianltactc;ed ky The Radical Remedy Cotapany HICKORY. . C- For sale at4tb Eagle Phann. nervous otbel