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TflAD H. MANNING, PnbMer.
it Oaeolina, Oa-ROlizst, HZzeveiim's Blesshstos - - jceistid Heb." SDBSCRIPTI0H11.50 Cash. VOL. XXV, HENDERSON, X. C, THURSDAY, MARl 22, 1900. NO. 14. Eminent Doctors Praiss its Ingredients. V- refer to that boon to weak, nervous, mfli-rim? women known as Dr. Pierce's i-'avorite. Prescription. Dr. John Fj fe on of the Editorial Staff if Thk Kci.ktk7 Mki.k ai. llKviEwsays fcf IJiifrorn root Melanin IH'ilra) which i- one of the chief ingredients of the "Fa vorite Presrription" : "A rmdy whii-h invariably arts s a uter ine inrljforaror makes for normal ac tivity of ilie eiitfn r iroducive system." runtime-, "in tlt-lomas we hare a medlca Hiniit which nioro fully answers the above i!riio fft'iii ntig ottvrtlnio v ith which I am , .uninlr l. In tin treatment of dlsca pe t uiiar io women It. is seldom that a case is .-ii whli h ilies nut present some Inill.-mlou f.ir tliU remedial aifeiit.'' lr. Fyfe further iy: "The followtnif arc anions the leading Indication-, for Helonias (I'liirorn root). I'alu or aching in tlie hack, with leucorrha: atonic inraltl conditions of the reproductive organs of women, mental depression and lr i liability, associated with chronic liseses of the rep'odiictive organs of women, constant &-,. nation of heat in the rrsrion of the kidney-: menorrUairla tlluodiim. due to a weak ened condition of the reproductive system: anieiiorrlKva istippresaeci or als;it monthly i rlods i. arising from or accompanying an a mnnal condition of the digestive oivans and aiia-mlc ' thin blood) liahtt: (Irairifint; kMiistttlons in the extreme lower part ul the alrflonien." If more or less of the atiove symptoms are present., no invalid woman can do U-tur than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, one; of the leading ingredi ents of which is I'nirorri root, or Helonias, and the. medical properties of which it iiiost faithfully represent?. Of Golden Seal root, another prominent Ingredient of ""Favorite Prescription," Prof. Finley Ellinpwood, M. D., of Pen ned Mdieal College, Chicago, says: "it is an iniiMirtant remedy in disorder?? of the womh. In all catarrhal co:uiilio:is and general enfeeiiieineiit, it is useful."' Prof, .John M. Sounder. M. 1 lute of Ciiiclitnali. sas of (iohien Seal root : "In relation to Us w-nersl effects on thn system, thrrr i.t no inrdicinr. i;t u.s afmiii which Vi'rc Ct KUch uriirrtU unanimity nf ujiue.i. It is univtriillu regarded as the tonic useful in all debilitated Mates."' Prof. Hartholow. M. D.. of Jefferson Mlial College, nays of (iolden Seal : "Valiiulil" in uterine hemorrhage, nienor rhai:i 'Hooding! and congestive dysmenor ifpa painful menstruation).'' Dr. Pierce's Faurit Inscription faith 'uiiv represents all tin: atiove named in gredients and cure? the diseases for which, they arc recommended. He who wiiits for something to turn up is likely to turn nj in tlie nllli.slii Use. Cured by D. D. 0. Prescription Hare Is Mr. Cain's Own Statement. West Chicago. III.. Nov. S. 0. D. P. P. Company. Oentieir.en: 1 hsul suffered horribly for nearlj ten years from Salt Ktieum and Tetter of th liands tnd feet: have been nearly crazy with thi burning and itching: my hands were so dis gustingly unsitht.y tlmt I had : o wear glove when tm duty and now I ma absolutely curei! nd free from il nil. Your 1. D. I. workt.j a miracle In my case for 1 had used everything, recounnendt d ai.d tried doctors innumerable without netting any relief. It will always be treasure for me to tell other sufferers of th womiertui worn of our remedy. lours truly. KuW. K. CAYS, t liser.gcr tiiiductor Oaleiia Di v. C. N. W. X ). In service of this company 25 years. After reading this letter can wo say mora) to convince tea' Melville Dorsey. HKXDEKSOS. X. WE PROVE IT. To con Ince you we have arranged with the I'. I. t'o., so tlmt tiny Hiift-rer from any t-kin disease rim ret direct from the l. 1. 1. Co's. latmratorv a large FliKE sample bottle of 1. I. I), prescription together with page new pamphlet on skin disease mid free ad vice on y.mr parti ular case from the world' greatest skin specialist. MRLVILLE HORSEY, Druggist, Henderson. N. C. FREE Smpl- Coupon. (Mail this Promptly ) I). I) 1) CO. Medical Department uf-i o Michigan St., 5uite 413 Chicago I'lcase scuil me inv prepaid a large iize samiile bottle id l. 1. pamphlet and consultation blank. For years 1 have been afflicted with a skin disease called and have nevernsed P.P.U Xante Address DR. E. K TUCKER, DENTIST, HENDERSON, N.C. OFFICE: Over Thomas' Drug Store. DR. F. S. HARRIS, DENTIST, Henderson, N. C. to OFFICE: Over E. U. Davis' Store. A. G. Daniel, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in . . Shingles. Laths, Lum ber. Brick. Sash. Doors and Blinds. Full stock at West Prices. Opposite South ern (Iroecry Company. Henderson. N. C. Grazed With Eezama THE CHEERFUL LIFE. No Character Is Complete Which Lacks Moral Sunshine. Success Magazine. It takes a jrreat deal of sunshine to produce a perfect peach or a perfect rose. The sunshine will do what clouds cannot do. It is sunshine that kjvps the inimitable tint of beauty to fruit and flower. No character is complete which lacks moral sunshine. Slany a man has failod because hp thought that life was too important and too hort "to be trifled with" as he put it. But the fact is, the cheerful life is the healthy, productive life. Cheerfulness is ns necessary to man as sunshine is to the flower. Nothing normal can lie produced in darkness or in the shade. Sunshine is just aw necessary to the normal life us water is to fish or as oil is to machinery. Note it where we will, the smileless lifd the life which has 110 brightness or sunshine, no humor or frladnesn is morbid, sour, tessiinistic It is the joyous life, the cheerful, happy life that is helpful and inspiring. This is the sort of life the world wants. It has too many sour faces, too many vinegary countenances, too many criticisers, too much pessimism. It wants more sunshiue,more optimism, more joy. Is it not a pitiable thiiiir to see people o;oinjr through life peiMliiir vinegar, radiutino" bitterness. sfino only the uiiv. iruorin; U-antv, nao jjinjr, worrying, fretting and tearino down? Some Mople neeui lo have a genius for s-ein;r the ro ked. the iijily, the disagreeable. There are many vineyrtir peddlers. Wo need more joy eildlers, more sunshine makers, people who ijrnore tlie ii" ly. the hitter, the sour, the crooked, but who see the world of b-aut ami jierfei tion which (Jod has made. We need the people who see the man and the woman that (iod madt pure. clean, sane mid lie;iltliy not the uo- ly, tlisettsed, dix-oidaiit. criticising one that sin, vronr tlnnkinor anu wroni; livini; have made. A man be comes strong and creative when he sees his fellow men and the world as God made them but those who look for the bad, the ugly the crooked, are never creative. They are never producers. They are destroyers. They tear down. A Lively Tussl with that old enemy of the race, constipa tion, often ends in appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stomach, liver and bowels, take Dr. King's New Lif Fills. They perfectly regulat these organs, without pain or discomfort. U."Jc at Melville Dorsey's drug stoic. 1 Refusal of Pardon to Bishop. Wilmington Messenger. We are jilad to know that Gov. Glenn has refused to pardon A. L. Iiishop, the man who killed Thomas Wilson of Charlotte, in the hitter's residence. We think the Governor put his refusal on proper grounds that the defendant fully deserved the punishment imposed upon him by the judoe presiding at the trial. In fact, it is plain from the Governor's language that he thinks Bishop's sentence should have lieen heavier. Hedoesnot hesitate to say that he thinks five years in the penitentiary a very mild sentence in the case. It will lie remembered that there was at the time of Bishop's trial, a great deal of adverse criticism of the pre siding judge's action in imposing such ji light sentence on the man and in some quaiters there was much in dignation at the lightness of the sen tence. The Governor in giving his reasons for refusing to pardon Bishop says: The defendeiulattt was conviced Febru ary term, lilO.'J, nf manslaughter, and sentenced t five years in the peniten tiary. The evidence d inclosed that the prisoner represented himself as a single man mid weat to the home of Thomas Wilson, in company with a woman, and was there drinking and talking to the daughter of Wilson and his companion, when the prisoner whs ordered by Wilson to leave a difficulty took place and the prisoner killed Wilson, alleging he did so in self-defence. Wilson had great prov ocation for assaulting the prisoner (even if he did.) and in my judgment the pris oner ought to have submitted to almost anything before he took the life of his as sailant. The jury convicted him of man slaughter, and in my judgment, five years in the penitentiary was a very mild sentence, and the prisoner may lie thank ful that he was sentenced by au exceed ingly merciful judge. I see no merit iu his case, for while feeling deeply for his poor wife and mother, and his little child , the prisoner himself did not consider them wh-11 passing himself off a single man, and uuder the circumstances 1 cau not see my way clear to grant the jeti tion. The application is therefore re fused. As Governor Glenn's term of office does not expire until after the time for which Bishop has been sen tenced, the latter had as well make up his mind to serve out his term and devote his thoughts to tlie better life he intends to lead when he gets out of prison. There does not seem to be any way for him to have his time of service shortened exi-ept through marks of good ttehavior. At tlie same time the Governor re fused Bishop's application for pardon he refused three others and granted two after giving the cases carefu consideration. Don't Get th rtabt Indigestion is mncb of a habit. Don't get the habit. Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eatine and you will quit belching, puffing-, palpitating and frowning. Kodol di gests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. Kodol ie a thorough digestant and will afford relief from any disorder due to im perfect digestion or mal-asf imilation of food. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. She Suppose I was to die, what would vou do? He I should be al most crazy. She Would you mar ry ajrain?" He Well, I would hardly bo as crasv as that. I The George IP Ready with our Spring Showing of Merchandise. 1 4ha Ww Everything Carried In An UptoDate Department Store. Your every wish and want cn be gratified here and the goods aLnd prices will be to your liking. We provide for the wants of all. Our stock comprises everything in the line of Dry Goods and Notions. Ladies Wearing Apparel. Millinery. Men's Fur- nishings. Groceries, 6c. Our Capability of Doing Business is a Point in our Favor. 3 a- Our business is large, giving us a greater purchasing power. We buy in large quarv- Sit! titles, enabling us to make a great saving in our buying, thus giving our customers the advantage of the BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. We think we show the most Vp-tc-Date stock of goods to be found, and cordially and 0 confidently invite the trading public to come and see for themselves. f Millinery Department. j 5 Our Millinery Department this season will be under the skillful management of Miss Wild, of Washington City, who comes to us with very strong recommendations. This department will show all the newest and most correct novelties. EE Honey Back if You are Not Satisfied. 3 Any article bought at this store that is not as represented or satisfactory in every way will be taken back and themoney refunded in all cases. This is the invariable rule 5! 3 at the GEORGE A. ROSE COMPANY'S store. We want your oatronage and we Z2J 2! want your perfect confidence and good will along with it. gE Things That Make for our Business. 3 Our growth continues each year, and with Good Goods, Low Prices, Polite and Jl Cheerful Attention, Prompt Service and Satisfied Customers we hope to merit the further favors of the trading public. The George A. The Average Man. W. D. Nesbit, in Chicago Tribune. The average man is the man of the mill. The man of the valley, or man of the hill. The man at the throttle, tlipmnnat theplow, The man with the sweat of toil on his brow, Wh' brings int. leing thf dreams of thofrw, Who works for himself, for m and for you. There in not it purpose, a project or plan But rests on the strength of theaveragemau. The growth of a city, the might of a land. Depend on the fruit of the toil of his hand, The road, or the wall, or mill, or the mart, Tnll daily to him that he furnish his part; The pride of the great, the hope of th low, The toil of the tide ns it ebbs to and fro, The reach of the rails, thecountries they span Tell what is the trust in the average man. The mau who, perchan-e. thinks he labors alone The mau who stands out between hovel and throne, The man who gives freely hi9 brain and his brawn Is the man that the world has been boilded upon. The clang of the hammer, the sweep of the saw. The flash of the forge they have strengthen ed the law. They have built the realms that the wars overran. They have shown us the worth of theaverage man. So here's to the average man to the one Who has labored unknown on the tasks he's done. Who has met as they came all the problems of life. Who has helpej us to win iu the stress and the strife. He has bent to his toil, thinking neither of fame Nor of trouble, nor honor, nor prire. nor ac claim In the forefront of progress, since progress legan Here's a health and a hail to the average man. The tar that is contained in Bee's Laxa tive Honey and Tar is harmless. It is not coal tar, but is obtained from the pine trees of oar own native forests. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar is the best remedy lor coMs because it acts on the bowels thus ex pelling all colds from the system. Bee's is the original Laxative Hoay and Tar. and is best for coughs, colds, coup, whooping cough, lung and bronchial affections. Sold by the Kerner-McXair Drug Company. An Angel Without Wings. Do you think,"she asked, "that there are any frirl anjrela in heaven?'' "I haven't riven the matter mueh thought," he replied, "but I know of one girl angel who isn't there." "Oh, Tom," she cried, when she could again use her mouth for speak ing purposes, "you don't think I said it just to lead you up to it, do you?" A a. e smnwwmrmmrtmnnmmrmmmnwww MERHDEnSSlDRI FEBETnUZECSQ. Made to produce profitadle crops. Not merely to sell consumers . Having- bought all ids materials our the strength their favor. goc -a point 282 Henderson Cotton Fertilizer. Vance Cotton Grower. Franklin Cotton Grower. Uneedit Cotton Fertilizer. Prompt attention to all orders. Being centntllv located we can ship on a day's notice. I your merchant does not have any of our goods in stock, send us his name and we will see that you arc supplied. North Carolina Cotton Oil Company, F E.SCHRODER. Manager, HENDERSON, - - North Carolina. EE IS32' Early Risers The famous little pills. 3 Rose Company. Rose Company. FOR Tobacco, Cotton, all crops use new have in EOlEYSKlBIIIYCirciS Bake KMay a BiwMer RlfM 1 5 3 1 You get what you pay for, no old stock being brought over from last season another strong point. 3'9S Henderson Tobacco Grower. Pride cf Vance Tobacco Fertilizer. Franklii Tobacco Fertilizer. Uneedit Tobacco Fertilizer. 3 3 Ono Ecnafc) Ccs-h C?o For Constat Cc9 9IKI Oevp. ATLANTIC RAILROAD LEASE. Suppose the Attempt to Annul State's Contract Should be Successful. Wilmingtou Messeuger. If the lease of the Atlantic and; North Carolina railroad should be i set aside by the courts what is going to le done about the three hundred thousand dollars the lestwcs have, spent in improving the property since it passed into their hands? Those who are attempting to have the least annulled surely do not pro pose that the State and private stockholders shall take advantage the lessees and attempt to confiscate that much of their property, if the courts would allow such injustice to be done. The plaintiff iu this suit must certainly contemplate the re inb'irsement of the lessees and their assigns of all the expenditures for the improvement of the road. Then the question arises how is it to bejpaid and by whom? The State cannot pay the necessary sum out of the treasury. Are the people of the whole State to be taxed in order that the few private stockholders may get the property back in their hands? Must the State issue bonds to pay the debt? If it pays it all it will have to Ik? done in this way. Are these private stockholders who are contending for the setting aside of the lease willing to come forward and pay their proportionate part of three hundred thousand dollars that will be due the lessees on the cancel ing of the lease? They own one third of the stock and therefore, should be willing to pay out of their pockets one third of the sum found to be due the lessees. Surely they won't expect the State to lie'ar the full burden of the consequences of setting aside the lease? Their contention has been, ever since the negotiations were begun for the lease of the property that the road whs for the benefit of the pri vate stockholders and the other peo ple living in thecontiguous territory; that in any transactions connected with the road their interests rather than the general interests of the State and of the people thereof should be looked after. It is a poor rule that does not work both ways If the road is to bo run exclusively iu their interests they should bear their proportionate part, at least, of what it will cost to put it back under the old regime when it was operated in the interest of those people and a few newspaper men and politicians- friends of the State administration of the time !eing in other parts of the htalc. The State owns two-thirds cf the stock of this road and under the lease it is getting dividends regular ly on that stock. If the lease is set aside and the old maimer or manag ing the property is restored the State will not only lose that income, but will have to pay interest on a bond issue made necessary by rescinding' cue contract wiin me lessees, ic is to the interest af the State that the lease should rem 3 in. All this to be changed because a few stockholders are not satisfied with their altered relations to the road. They are get ting dividends which they did not get before, but it seems that under the old system t he few men had priv ileges under the political manage .nent of the road which they are not willing to exchange for regularly paid dividends. These questions, though, cannot affect the case now as it is in the courts. There are no facts to bo set t led. They are established of rec ord. The cae will turn upon the ap plication of the law to the exisisting state of facts. Should the lease U annulled the private stockholders should be made to hear their part of rhe resulting cost to the State and from the nature of the wish we should think the court would have the right to impose such conditions as it sees fit upon those who are attempting to have the lease set aside. Those who would have equity must do equity themselves, the law says. A Scientific Wonder. The cjm-s Jbnt Htaud to it rrwlit make Ducklon'n Arnifu KrJve a -injtiB( wondr. It cored E. It. Mulford, Iwturvr for the Pat ron of Hnnhnndry, Wnyneaboro, I'n., of a diHtri'Minj; raw of pilea. Itbpn!nthf worst burn, norcB, boil, nlrrr. i-iitn. wound. rhillitninn and alt rln-nrj). Only M! villi Doiwy's drus store . . . . - The Poll Tax Matter. Clintou Democrat. If you are, under the law. liable for poll tax, and your poll tax for llKi.1 is not paid when the 1st day of May, 11)00, shall have passed don't stick out your mouth and say you are dis franchised bv the Constitutional intendment, for vou will be to blame yourself. The amendment was pass ed to improve the elective franchise i by eliminating the ineomieteiit ne-j groes ironi the hallor, so that the debased and unscrupulous white men, who care nothing for the welfare of State, could not use; him as a tool to work himself into office, thereby sink ing our government to the lowest depths. As the law now is that every white man who feels enough interest in the well Iteing of our State to pre pare himself for the ballot, can do so, and it will always be thus; but our best people are determined that ig- norance, superstition and vice s hall not rule the .State again. A liquid cold cure for children that iapleas- aiit, barmle, and effertir i Iiee'a Iisa tive Honey and Tar. Hu(erior to all other rough syrupa or cold remdia tjecaaeit act on the bowels. An ideal remedy lor eoughe, colds, croup, whoopicj? cough and oil curable lung and bronchial affection in child or aduit. Pk-aaant to take. Sold hy the Kerner-McXair Drag Company. We believe that there is a "light in tlie window" for every distressed hu man soul. Brush away the teo.ru and look for i. Correct Dress The "Modern MctJiod" fytm of High-grade ti!orir iniroduied by L E. Hay & Co, of Cincinnati. O, satisfies good drescors every here. All Garments Mad Strictly to Your Measure at moderate prk. 500 stylo of foreign and dontntx fabric from wHich to ctwwn. Reprntrl S The Davis & VJathlns Co, HENDERSON X. C. "I've lost all faith in my watch. It wont keep timo any more. lueu it's not faith you want, but works." When a young mau worships it girl and she worships herself, it is truly a case or two souls with but a single thought. HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY OF MT1EKTJ WOUE Mrs. Plnkham's Advice Saves Many From this Sad and Costly Experience. It. in a sad but certain fact that e very ynr hrinfrs an in crcufte in the n u m 1 H'rof ope ra tions performed n I kii women in o it r lusitalh. More than throe fourths of the patients lying1 ou those snow- white beds arc women und kth who are awaiting or recovering from opera tions raado necessary by nejrleet. Every one of these patients had plenty of warning in that bearing down feellujf, pain at the left or rijrht of tl' abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the buelc, pelvic catarrh, dizziness, flatulency, dihplaeement or irregularities. All of these symptoms are indications of an iinlu-nlthv con dition of the female organs. : 1 1 I if not heeded the trouble may make In-adwity until the penalty has to Ik- peM by a dangerous operation, aiul a lifetime of impaired usefulness at 1esU while in many cases the results are fetal. Miss Luclla Adams, of Srattle, Wash , writes: tVnr Mm. rinUiuui : "Alwiat tAo yuan ag" I Tva a groat auf fcror I'ruin a w i-ro femnlvtroutil, un and heaila-li"S. TIi' im-t'r pn-wrilml lor tin ami liiiJiliy tolil me tliai I Lai! a tumor and uiut. unih'KO on oporatiwi if I wanted to (jet well. I felt lliut I bin wait my death warrant, Irflt I !ent liniulrcli of ilollnr for mdiral help, hut the tumor VvA. frrowin;;. Knrtnnately I correhiionilmlwitu an aunt tut lie Sew KiikImwI Htat--, ami tho advised mo to take I.ydia K. llnkkaiu'ft Vegetable Vjmpnuivl, an it was laid to cure tumor. Idiil o and immediately bcfc.'tnto improve in li-altu,anil 1 wan entirely cinil. the tumor disnijariiij; entirely, with out ;m njuration. I wish every nulTeriug woman would try this great preparation. " Just as surely as Mis Adams was cured of the troubles enumerated in her letter, just ao surely will Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound cure other women who iuffer from fe male troubles, inflammation, kidney trouble., nervous excitability or ner vous prostration. Mrs. Pinkham invites all young women who are ill to write her for free advice. She is daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years has been advibing hick women free cf charge. Addreaa, Lynn, Maaa. lir 1 1 saw light, .i.uil'm and heavy V i.'j&-V.okk!NG MUHINnKY rop. vti" kino or v.'?1: x I:NG!Nl ! "'if AND 5lZnS AND Htt J.VI2KY CLASS OP SlIIiVICH. ASK TOR OIK tSTiV.AlE BfFORE PLACING Y0f2 5XDF.a. t BaiBBtS MACH1NERYC0MPANY H COLUMBIA O C. J STANDARD OF THE WORLD. The Singer Sewing Machine Sold right forcaehrroueasy instnlment. Imy thr new style: DROP-HEAD CABINET. Full line of machine supplies of all Jkind. Needle-, Oil, etc., kept in stock. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Hendenmu, N. C. U ftV. MOLLOMM, Manager.