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THE HENDEliSON GOUD LEAP THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1905.
ooocoo 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 GLEN 1ACCO GUAM OS oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooo We Beg to Announce to the Many Friends of dDJSDR3dD(S(!D in Vance County, That '"IfA. Ma.ve Been Appointed 0ir Agents a.t Henderson, North. G?&.rolliim By This Arrangement Our Friends Will Be Enabled to Get the (si 0 Without Being Persuaded to Take Substitutes Which Pay the Dealer Larger Prof its. FOR NEARLY TWENTY YEARS ammco HAS BEEN THE KING OF TOBACCO GUANOS, AND THE SALE EXCEEDS THAT OF ANY OTHER TOBACCO GUANO MADE. TRAD MARK See that the Trade Mark is on every bag. 5 i - - if 'VrjliVB- V$ (3 Ir REGI STEWED 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 None other is genuine without it. Norfolk, Va., So Tarboro, N. C, Columbia, S. C, Macon, Ga. j ! . .. - Pointed Paragraphs From Raleigh Post In failing to abide its own declara tions the Democratic party would do violence to its own conscience. We can't expect much pood to come from a measure that we have to break a solemn pledge to secure. Think seriously, gentlemen, before you decide to utterly disregard party platform and the campaign pledges based thereon. If we disregard the platform dec larations this time how are we going to make the people believe we mean what we say next time? Pledges made the people in politi cal campaigns should be as honestly and faithfully carried out as promises in any business transaction. No, we can't refuse to support a measure we believe just and right be cause some man who is not very friendly to us for other reasons is supporting it. mand for a repeal of the lax divorce laws it will be open to the charge of inconsistency in the future when it attempts to pass laws on the ground that people have petitioned for them. Sauce for political pudding ought to ie good for morals, too. . The Senate decided to stand pat on iuo iacy reiiei Dili, we trust Mr. Lacy will rise to the occasion and positively refuse to take the money. That would relieve an awkward sit uation in a measure. If he accepts it a bill should promptly be introduced ami passed to relieve ex-Treasurer Worth, whose claim against the State is just as valid as Mr. Lacy's. In giving his views on the child labor bill just defeated before legisla ti veeommittee, Mr. W. E. Faison says "there was no agitation on the part of the friends of the bill." If the ef forts of Dr. McKelway both by tongue and pen, and efforts of The American published in this city, were not in the line of "agitation" then the term has lost its meaning in this vicinitv. Under pain of being charged with ' sadly failing in their mission on earth," the churches and ministers are now importuned to join in "agi tation" that can have no other result than to disturb the peacable and sat isfactory relations existing between capital and labor in this State. There is a decided distinction in, and a dif ference, between the real friends of the laboring classes and the men who are paid professional agitators. Bomb Thrown In Soldiers' Barracks. Vienna. Jan. 30.A telegram from Czenstochow, Poland, reports that a bomb was thrown In the cavalry bar racks there and that many soldiers were wounded. The act Is supposed to have been In revenge for brutality In dispersing a workmaas' meeting. Other dynamite outrages are reported to have occurred In the neighborhood of Lodz, a gendonn ia reported to have been killed. Justice in Virginia. Charlotte Observer. The Richmond News-Leader is of the opinion that the judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeals ofVirginia is decisive and final and that of J. S. McCue, the Charlottesville wife-murderer, will pay the penalty of his crime on Feb. 10. " "In view of the expres sions of the court," says the Aeivs Leader, "the Governor would not dare to grant pardon or commuta tion, even if he desired to do so; and the Governor's fearless and strong stand for the vindication and enforce ment of the law in former cases for bids the supposition that he would have any tendency to use his power of clemency." The Richmond paper continues: "The decision of the court will be his toric. Even laymen with no more than a general idea of the law can see that it is a paper of vast strength and wide scope. It will do a great work in making murder terrible in Virginia. It is a warn ing that men of position and wealth, able to employ the best legal talent in the countrv, cannot hope for escape when they violate the law, that technicalities cannot be relied on to free criminals, however strongly or ingeniously they may be presented. It will be a cood and wholesome precedent and an evidence of the efficacy and power of the law that a respected, wealthy and influential man of good social and financial position, guilty of murder, will have been tried, convicted and executed, after two appeals to the state s Highest court, within six months from the commission of his crime."' This case of an influential citizen, the leading lawyer of his city being arrested on suspicion several days after the tragedy, convicted, two ap peals heard and the death sentence in both instances being affirmed, all within a period of six months is some thing which Virginians may view with satisfaction. This case, in a general way, bears some resemblance to the noted case of Cluverius, some twenty years ago, a young man of -rood reputation, being found guilty of the murder of his cousin, ayonng woni.-in, and hanged in Richmond. This sim ilarity is mainly on the point of con viction on circumstantial evidence, though the cases are alike in other respects, and the final termination in Charlottesville will be the same tri umph of justice as when Cluverius was put to death with a silk rope. If irginia continues to punish mur derers in the expeditious manner in which the McCue case has been handled, she will have a reputation equal to that now accorded .New lork and for which England is noted. TltflH win save the dyspeptic from many, days of misery, and enable him to eat whatever he wishes. They prevent SICK HEADACHE, cause the food to assimilate and nour ish toe body, gtve keen appetite. DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle. coated.. Elegantly sugar Tti& No Substitute. A WEEK'S HXW6 C09BCSS3& Tuesday, January 11. The supreme court of tfe United States has takes a recess for tare weka. Frank Furlong. 11 years old. of Now York, was found guilty of murder la the first degree for killing his aunt C. C. P. Bend, has been appointed general superintendent of the B. ft O. railroad, with headquarters at Bal timore. For the six months ended December 31 last, 400,063 Immigrant were ad mitted to the United States, against 403,9GG for the same time in 103. Mrs. Lucy Crandall, who had prop rty worth MOO.000, died la Denver, Colo., shortly after a Jury declared' her incapable of managing her busi ness affairs. Wedneeday, February 1. James Hobson, father of Captain Richmond P. Hobson AlA at n f boro, Ala., aged 68 years. committed suicide by shooting at Ills home near Harrisburg, Pa. Colonel D. W. Thomas, a well known G. A. R. man and architect, died at his home in Baltimore from a fall. Arthur E. Appleyard has been In dicted at Buffalo, N. Y., for securing from the German Bank $50,000 on worthless securities. Samuel Fance was run down and In stantly killed by a Pennsylvania rail-: road train in Wilmington, Del., his body being horribly mangled. Thursday, February 2. Four business blocks in Schenectady, N. Y.. were destroyed by fire, entail' ins a loss of $200,000. United States Senator Nelson W. Al- ancn and wife, of Rhode Island, sailed ror Europe on tbe steamer Baltic. Baldwin Cottaae. one of th hiii ings of OberllH College, Oberlin. O., waa aamagea oy nre. Loss, $40,000. The will of the late Charles Lock hart, of Pittsburg, bequeathes $360,000 for public benefits, mostly to the Pres byterian church. Two workmen were killed an others seriously injured by a fall of iron ore at me Carnegie steel com pany, Wheeling. W. Va. Friday, February 3. Colonel David P. Heap, corps of en gineers, has been retired with the rank of brigadier general. Harry Balke, brakeinan on a freight train, while shifting cars at Bordeu town, N. J., was run over and killed. President and Mrs. Roosevelt enter tained the supreme court and a num ber of Invited guests at dinner at the White House. A buggy containing Charles Young, a wealthy farmer, and his wife was struck by a train near Fremont. O and both were killed. Charles O. Ingersoll, of Elyria. O., said to be the oldest employe In the railway mall service, died of neuralgia of the heart, aged ?g years. Saturday, February 4. John Beachy, aged 29 years, was found froien to death on the front porch of his store at Grantsville, Md. Six of the largest office and store buildings In East St Louis, m, wers destroyed by fire, entailing a toss ol M 65.00. . Secretary of State Hay, who has I been confined to his home for the past . two weeks on account of illness, is able to be about again. Under arrest for shooting at his school teacher, Henry Meade, a student In the Schaller, la., high school, com mitted suicide by taking laudanum. Brooding over the fate of his three brothers, who had taken their lives in a similar manner. Christian Fenster macher committed suicide by hanging at Kissel Hill, Pa. Monday, February 6. Falling Into the conveyor at the Coplay cement mill, Frank DIeber, of Allentown, Pa., was ground to pieces. Fire destroyed the armory rolling mill of the Tredegar company, at Richmond, Va., causing a loss of $40 000. Five men were hurt, two fatally, by an explosion in the paint works of the Wheeling Corrugated company, at Wheeling, W. Va. Crazed by the impending execution of her son, the mother of Eugene Bloch Has been sent to the Lehigh county tfa.) almshouse. In a fire which destroyed Charlea Otts' home, at Rome, N. Y., three of ms children were burned to death. wane Mrs. otts was fatally hurt Colonel S. Meredith Dick Trenton. N. J.. Jan. 30. T!nlnni s Meredith Dickinson, for th na&t si years deputy clerk of the court of cuancery, oiecl at his home in thi oitv aged 65 years. Colonel Dickinson was one oi tne best known men In New Jersey, having had an extensive public career. He was paymaster in the ravy during the Civil War, was private sec retary to Governor Joel Parker, and served as assistant adjutant general and deputy controller before taki ng the position of deputy clerk of the court of chancery. Colonel Dickinson is also the author of some text books on chancery practice, Mr. Dickinson hav ing also been a member of the New Jersey bar. Wood's Seeds. Canada Field Peas sown with oats, make the ear liest, best and most nutritious forage crop that can be put in. Must be sown early for best results. 0 Wood's Quarter Century Seed Book tells all about this val uable crop, giving the practical ex perience and opinions of our cus- uuwb, uu aiso leuuig au about I the best Farm and Garden Seeds I ior me south. Mailed free on re quest. Write for it, and Special Price List of Farm Seeds. T.7.Yc:i&Scns, S::dsc:n, IICMBOID - flMHIA. WOOD'S SEEDS GSUO PHO'lCaiS, 1104. C3L0 CECAL - PARIS, 1900. :i I M roTTK7T33kK fflTSB QGHO rr Malscted neonl anff headaches a&dfavmw. PnM. .w..v the lnnos and contagions diseases take hold of the system. It is safe w say uuu u tne liver were always kept in proper working order, illness would be almost unknown. Thedford's Black-Draught is so - ..uiu iuui in inn because it is without a rival as a uver regulator. This great family medicine is not a strong and araatic drug, but a mild and healthful laxativA that stipation and may be taken by a mim wiuiuui possioje harm. The healthful action on the liver cures biliousness. It has an in vigorating effect on the kidneys. Because the liver and kidneys do not work regularly, tbe poisonous acids along with the waste from the bowels get back into the blood and virulent contagion results. Timely treatment with Thed fprd's Black-Draught removes the dan aero whirh Inrlr in t: liver and kidney troubles, and will positively forestall the inroads of "right's disease, for which dis ease in Aiivanrasl c4o.a. U. mwa uicro ia no cure. Ask your dealer for a 25c. package of Thedford's Black-, Draught. Grove's Tflstetess (Twin baT( of Cfexyve Uver I A free bottle of Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn. CURE DIGESTS WHAT vnir vat Tae 1 1 .00 boUU conuin. 2 tta. the trt.1 .kick -II. hrHMa AMD MLT AT TUB ULSOBATVIY OF Ask Your DruooM foiTTraw VT.ri .... " i 2ap.v- ciucaoo. m. -www ouuaiiai; anu cw tear uaienoar. Cure a Cold in Ona HWr Thb sfenstcre, Cures Grip is Two Dcys. on every box. 23c INSURANCE! A STITGH IN TIME SAVES NINE. J. L. GilRRIR, Insurance and Real Estate. " 1 M i rav v RYE Wl WHISKEY SW 5 YEARS OLD fjonvui n AW0 Alt LLOW FULL QUARTS $3J3 COPPER DISTILLED 4 FULL QUARTS SZ EXPRESS CNANSKS MID US A JlSLSS ??2 " the TEST cuii uai uu uuer purposes. Send us your our expense and money will be refunded at once. Shipments made in plain cases. Rmit by Postal or Express Money Order. - WRITE rOR PRICE LIST OF OTHER UOUORS. 3T VI S 1 025,tnB) a Voar Spent by the Operatives of the Among the Merchants, Doctors, Real Estate Owners and Others of Henderson. Why Not Patroniwn Homo Industries? SYSTEM Chicago a EutrR Ullool. R.ilrol. Double Daily Trains BETWEEN Sto Louis and Chicago. 1M n mj i . . . From Lag. vn.mniu ANU EVENING FroS Union fiSffi P' Chht? :S0 a. m , , rmuom undffe) St. Louis 9:30 - m. v. 9:10 p. 9:48 p- n- t&nxmRYyi -flftfffrte, (l&stiis