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1. The Gold Leaf. HAT.!. IS, GOOCH & CO. THE HI ) "thk I'rioiM.irs i ji;ir." " i. ELEVENTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. Til AD R. MANNING, ' vi !: r aii'l Kditoi . ISViTE.J HI THiC Ini.i;tkiai., Kut; CA TION AT. AN -M ATKH I A I, WkI.KAU OK Vam eI'OI-NTV AN!) N'OKTH 'AHrtMNA. ra'ili-dr.j at tl- live and crowing town tf Hender-o.i, in the centre of the famous Vem.ow Tobacco Di-trict. A weekly n-sun.e of the Xy, Humor a:i 'i'!i-ral T'ics of the Day. Punr.isnf.o kvkhv Thursday Morning TKKMS OK SUl.SCKll'TION : Ore rojiv one car, ? " "" r, months - ' .v 11,. a 1 1 vi- airent anl corr.'-Doiiil.-nt & very posloflice in Vance and counties. V rife for terms. -) .:,o nt joiriinp PUBLISHER'S ANNOUNCEMENT. f e invite contributions on all subjects of andtf.neral interest ; view-and state-ri.i.- upon matters of public concern orig inal poem, essay-;, critiques, etc. One side of tin; paper, only, must be wri ter, on and .... real nam.- of tin- writer ac company the contribution. No attention v.i! be paiil to anonymous letters. i he editor disclaims all responsibility for the views or statements of correspond ents -and reserves the ritfht at all times to rr;eor reject any article he may think proper. Address all communications to C.OU) LEAF. Henderson, N. C. TIIUKSDAV, lr:c!. 1KOI. The Gold Leaf. j SOME KIND AND COMPLIMENTARY j REFERENCES. J What Our Exchanges Say of It on the Completion of Its J Tenth Volume. Til' II' wdei -oii. X. ('.. Oot.i. Lkak. one ! our l.iL'!iet e-teenn-il exi.!i;ines. i -iiici by our L'ood friend, Thar!. Man li'.UJ. ee:ebra!e! h-tenth biri I m It v l-:-t v.'i-fk. It I- ';;. (,;' the liO-t paper.- "ii our cxr'i.a;.'!- ;-t. aii. i we reioieo tj It- wei; ii.erlt-! .-u:re-. May it i elo Ijr.ite many more birthday- before Thal lo.-es a liair i'roin his baM pate or a-ts a smaller shallow. J.u (iramre (Ken ill' k) In'lu. Our '-'oo'l friend ('.II. Harris e- (.'nil I'retz'-l'") of the (.1. ira:o Xnlionnl WffUij. does us the lionor to repro duce a 'or( part of our enitorial in the Oou. Li;af of Je:eni..er I 1 1 1 . inci dental to the completion of our tenth volume, and under a hvz black head line 'hat is expressed in a .simple name, lie makes this followinc prefatory comment : The enterprising owner and editor ot the (;)i,i Lkak ofllernkrson. X. ( lias turned tin: loth mile po.-t in the career Ins briirht and sparkling news paper and m observinir the fact, he very truthfully expresses the sentiments ol many a journalist who hnn struirirlcd tlonr in his elforts to keep his paper .V Live and Surc Something About the Me? sl'ul Warehouse Firm. o Thev are En- n ;md the Ihisines f.ti;efl In. 0 t. nsv - mrs- If there arc- three better or more in addition to carrying on their farming suiitantiai men associated together j operations. in Lu-iuos than those roiiiposin.: tne , (Jue year later they formed a part- well known and successful wniehou-el norship and bought the Burwell ware firm id' Harris, (Jooch A; Co.. the (.old house, a large and splendid brick struc- I.i.ai does not know wlio they are. , ture, and embarked as warehousemen, And a- we delL'ht in writing about since which time the Arm has remained 1 the representative citizens ami leading j the same. B' their conservative but enterprises of Henderson, we propose j tirm business methods they have built The Statcsvillc Latulmaik is too goo'l a paper for us to be satisfied with a half sheet, and that the outside pages, lint that is what Joe Caldwell put off on us this week. Tin; News ami Observer says the tower of the new Trinity College building at Durham, which fell several months ago, has been rebuilt and is now almost entirely completed, making the building look almost exactly as it did before. It is now quite a hand some and imposing structure. I ndkk .Mr. Crisp's Speakership North Carolina fares a little better than formerly as to chairmanships of important committees. She has three put down to her credit, as follows Henderson is chairman ol the com m it tec on postofiiccs and post roads, Cowles of mines and mining and lUmn of claims. Thk Washington correspondent of the Statesville Landmark, writing un der the date of Dec. 21st, says: Mr. W. S. OTI Robinson, a well known lawyer of Goldsboro and one of the most popular and conservative Republicans in the State, has been appointed receiver of the first Na tional Hank of Wilmington. He was strongly recommended by Hon. John Nichols, Judge Russell and other Re publicans in the State. It was known at the Treasury as soon as the exam iner's report was rccievcd that a re. ceiver would have to be appointed, though until then it was hoped that the bank would resume business. Mr. Robinson's application was tiled two weeks ago to-day, and it was deter mined then that he should have the pLce if such an ofheer should be needed. I r is announced that in the re-or-ganiation of the Richmond Terminal Company Col. A. 1). Andrews will be made first vice-president. We read this announcement with peculiar pleasure and every citizen of the State should feci a sense of satisfaction in view of the event indicated. Col. Andrews is not only a railroad man of extraordinary ability but he is a true-hearted gentleman and a devoted Noith Carolinian, always jealous ot his State. We cordially join the Ral eigh News and Observer in congrat ulating him, "not merely on the an nounced promotion, but on the great opportunity to be afforded him of managing such a vast property, re quiring the highest intelligence and the tinest capacity." States? ili l.atianiatk. A SI'ICIiSSFir, .NKUSl'AI'KIi. 1 lie Henderson (ioi.O l.v.w closed it.- tenth volume on December 10th V cry tew papers m this State can be compared with it in its make up and originality. It is a perfect local news paper, as bright m every department as a bran new dollar from the mint. The genial editor. Thad. II. Manning, belongs to a a family of newspaper men Dr. Manning, at one time editor of the Weldon AVhv, and Will Manning, who founded the Dnlhj lhmvilU Aiv are his brothers. Of 'the three. Thad. has been the most successful ; i although, like all of us. he has had a hard road to travel. The A'pmv congratulates the people of Henderson on havingsuch an advocate and hopes to live lorn: enough toattend thegolden anniversary oiinei.oLi) aav under its present management. I.urlington A c to. llie lollowmg letter was written bv an esteemed friend, a citizen of (Www ville and a member of one of the best known and most influential families of that county. A former newsuaoer man himself, we appreciate what he says, although we know his encomiums are not deserved : (iiiANVii.i.i: Co., Doc. 17, I .'.!. r.lTloi: (.old I.KAf: lhnr Sir. It afforded me much pleasure to have read the editorial in vour last week's issue, announcing the completion 1 the tenth volume, of your most valuable paper. Please accept my kindest con gratulations at the success you have attained in journalism, especially in 1 iiiisiui-iaiion 01 me many trving vicis situdes, throuidi which youhavc passed, during your varied experience. The conservatism and manliness which have always characterized the columns of the (roi.o Lkaf should commend it to popular favor, as well as the marked ability and pleasing dignity of its editorials. The local department is filled with topics of interest, yet it is free from objectionable intelligence, such as is published in many modern newspapers. The town of Henderson is indebted to the (Joli I.kaf for a large share of its prosperity, probably t'.ie largest hare, and even- progres sive citizen owes to vou a debt of gratitude, which should never be for .'otten. May your services meet with a just appreciation anil may your worthy deserving have a rich reward. ii I L 1 to say a few words here about these gentlemen. They are men who make it their constant rule to follow the road to dutv. as their conscience points out to them, men who assume no bor rowed appearance, and in all pursuits know no part but the fair and direct one, men of honor and integrity such is the character of the gentlemen of whom we write to-day, Messrs. Cieorge JJ. Harris, L. R. Cooch and Samuel R. Harris. It has often been asserted in these columns that no market can boast superior advantages to Henderson, and that no warehousemen anywhere excel ours. It stands unrivaled as the lead ing bright tobacco market of North Carolina, both in number of pounds sold and trices paid, and no lirm labors more zealously to sustain its proud position than Harris, Cooch iV' Co. ud as for the character of the to bacco grown in this section there is none superior. Henderson has become famous as the home f th : tinest to bacco on the globe. In point of color, texture and flavor the bright yellow tobacco indiginous to the territory from which this market draws its support is unsurpassed for cigarettes and smoking purposes, while as wrappers for the liner grades of plug it has always been preferable to an- other. Recognizing this fact the Messrs. Harris and Mr. Oooch were induced to move to Henderson in 1884 and en gage in the leaf tobacco business. l"pto up a patronge and established a repu tation second to no men in the trade, and there are none who stand higher. Their business increased so rapidly that it was soon found necessary to enlarge the capacity of their house by the building of an extensive addition to the back. Their warehouse is a large, well lighted and comfortably arranged es tablishment in all its appointments, a Hording every facility for the conduct of their large and steadily growing patronage. Men of the highest char acter, in whose judgment and honesty of purpose those who know and have business relations with them place the fullest confidence, the growth of their immense trade is but the proper rewarc of worth and merit. Their firm integrity and quick but cool judgment in business matter have won for them the recognition ant confidence of their associates in the trade and the large and growing class of intelligent planters who confide their interests to them. Personally there are no cleverer or more reliable men to do business with than Messrs. Harris, Gooch & Co Honorable, upright and straightfor ward in their dealings, they are held in highes-eem. and count among their friends, all who know them. By close attention to business, strict integrit- and loyalty to their patrons, Harris, Gooch & Co., have built up a large business and their linaneal ea St. Titus Dance Cured. VIII i Ban Axdrzas. Cat Co., Cal., Feb. 1SS3. My boy, 13 years old, wag so affected by St. Visas Dance that lie coull not goto Kcnool for 8 years. Two bottles of Pastor Koeuig's Nerv ; Tonic restored his heal'.b, and he is now at. 1 tending school agun. ' MICHAEL O'CONSEl.. A Very Bail Case. East Newmaiiket, Md., March 8. 3391 ily daughter had epilepsy no severe that she ' ouid have 6 or 7 fits every 24 hors. Iiniue diately after using Paster Koenig's Nerve Tonic ', the spasms dcreiased in number, and In less than two weeks from taking the first dose they : entirely ceased. Before using this medicine her , mind was very weak, but now iniud and mem- ' Iy aKfuUy restored, and Bhe is entirely curi I the fits by the use of this great remedy. iUiiis. J. a. AUVHEWn. A Valuable Hook en NervoM ; Jjiseases sent ree to any addresSi and poor patients can alt-o obtain this medicine free of charge 7n for Infants and Children. " Cast ori a is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." n. A. Arcuul, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. FREE " The use of 4 Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of Kupererograt ion to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach ' t'Ar.1.03 Marttk, D. D.. New York City. Late Tastor Bloomiusihile liuformed Church. Caatoria cares Colic, Oonjrttpation, Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea. Eructation. Kills Wormii, given Bleep, and pruiaotes ereuon. toout injurious medication, For several years I have recommended your Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwis F. Fardbb. M. D., "The Wlnthrop," l JSth Street and Tth Ave., Sew York City. KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, III. Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle. G for 85. Iaree Size. 91.75. 6 Bottles for SO. Tns Ckntaur Compamv, Men rat Strkt, Nkw York. that time they were successfully employ j rCor attracts attention and praise from ed m lanmn-. which interests they still 1 everybody. As progresivse, wide keep up, however, all being men of practical common sense who irot their early training in the school of industry on the old family homesteads where they were born and raised to manhood's estate. But their ambition chafed at the narrow bounds of the farm, and the- decided to engage in other business awake warehousemen, they deserve the highest credit, and in future will 1 1 spare neuner laoor nor expense in their efforts to keep up their record both as to the amount of tobacco sold and high and satisfactory prices real ized for the farmers who patronize their house. S. & C. W ATKINS ARK THE LEADING DEALERS IN HMQ)WMFB CUTLERY AND TABLEWARE, Tin, Iron, Coppcrware, Lamps, Glass and Quecnsware, &c. GUNS, RIFLES Pistol HUNTING COATS, BIRD HAGS, CARTRIDGE BELTS, )AT)rn A SOMKWHAT CHEEKFU. LOOK. OUT The Norfolk I'iriniau, in a casua review of the monetary stringency and commercial stagnation ol the country presents this somewhat chceriu! outlook of the future : The situanion however, has devel oped prudence,, economy ami high dis cretion in the management of South cm hnancial institutions and private . business, and the very limited trans- actions of the year about closing wil make the reasources thus husbanded, instead of hazarded, extremely uset'u as sinews o isuccess m the great trattic which it is generally conceded nvist follow the low tides of trade which marked the past twelve momhs. A cheerful and just view of the real tatc of affairs is tersely stated by Mr 01. iiaas, tratnc manager ot the Richmond and Danville svstem. to tne effect that the South is not as bad oil as some jeople say it is. Cotton is low, but the South has made up lor the loss on cotton by raising all the grain and meat it needed. He be lieves the South owes less money to. day than it owed ten years ago. His estimate in that about one quarter of the cotton remains to be moved. The South has increased wonderfully in manufactures and general business in the past lew years, and on the whole he believes that next year will be a good yt..:r for Southern railroads and the people at large. o T) A t ni cn 1 Ti a T AMMUNITION, Of all KINDS, IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF MIUN t N. The Largest and Best Assortment ever seen in the town of Henderson. Wl'U AU1 V AW, M-., n INtVtn'DnhAK STEEL S WARE. SOMETHING FEW. It is superior to any ever seen and the price is Vkry Lov. We have a splendid stock of every thinjC in the way of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Ave invite A number of our exchanges issued special holiday editions last week. 1'he C'hcn.ja ( Illinois) Gazette never gets ir ft in a show of enterprise. Edi tor Hedge is "one of the finest" and his paper one of the best w. ft . , - t,.. When he taker, a notion to observe Christmas or celebrate the ' C.lorious fourth " in true enterprising newspaper style, he usually gives us something good, but this time lie surpassed him self in getting out a page pa per, with a handsome cover, the inside pages being red cr pink. It was filled with choice reading matter appropriately illustrated. Tiie Washington Gazette was print- -. i 1.1 1 eu wr.n uiue-mfc, 10 juges m size. It was creditable alike to the enter prise and intelligence of brother I.aiham. and will prove a good adver tisement foo his town. The Hickory Press aid Carolinian observed the occasion by appearing ia enl arged form,; rilied with select matter j appropriate to the Mason. As pm of! t n j aj ui..- - n ,1 .. . T- 1 1 ; a , n can save our customers money on all such article ! yorg n"n Lo?k .here: furniture department is crowded ...v.,.,. -,.., unuer ,wiui Aewanci Handsome AO LL I IES. to which h;s lamented, father, and will keen his Ui.-ri:il nnntinn lb,-..:t.t ,1 i:, e to see our ?P! ssa r STOVE 2-l I E. E. HIGHT Jeweller and Optician I am not in any Rine:, but have manv rins:s for sale. I do not claim to carry everything, but what I have in stock is as srood for the monev as can be found anywhere. I make specialties on Fine Watch Repair- 111 ana .citting 01 opectacies. hJ bdL-bd,L Lock Box 221. t-Sign of the IUG WATCH. .Main St., HKXDLRSON, N. C. ANNOUNCEMENT. You will find the Largest and Best stock of itke WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, &C, For Christinas and Family use, at WHITTEN'S I have made snecial monaratinn fnr tho Holiday season, and have a largo stock of THE VERY BEST GOODS For The LOWEST Money, A few of my LEADERS are Original Old Cabinet Whiskey, The Best Goods on the market; PUUE North Carolina Cora Whiskey, Of which I make a specialty and han dle no other kind. Also carry a complete stock of GINS, ALES, BEER, &c. Bottler of GIXOEU ALE. S A KS - PAUILLA AND ST KAWBEKHY. Nice lino of FINE CIGARS, CHE ROOTS AND CIGARETTES. S. S. WITTEN, HENDERSON, N. C. I have used the within remedy (Pokine) with great success. Jamks II. Lassiteu. I have used the, Pokine Remedy (pie pared by W. T. Cheatham, Jr.) in case of Sciatica with the result of positive relief in a few hours, and believe if used as di rected it will effect a permanent cure. J. L. 11. Missilliek. irJJS24. v 1 'i 1 puhheaticm i: t inner standard aiiij reri.itlt.or. 0.:t ne.tr neighbor and -ood f.ienj Hrother F'oo;e. of the Warrenton 6 ze-tte. :issne4 a Uaodsoiue holiday sup plement., a-ml ve are sure such enter prise was :nof without appreciation on the part of its readers. CARPETS, RUGS AND CURTAINS. We have the largest display of The dormant wn l'a. ) Independent, COOKING a n n HEATING STOVES, alitor cCann's admirable paper was up to its usual standard which is T 2 n x 1 13 UnnfrAn nnri I'nntnn especially characteristic of it on oeca- 01 uns K:na. 1- iaees in size was lull of good reading matter and ! finely illustrated. ( :hers or our' exchanges in this ! State and elsewhere if not issuing soe- cial editions displayed enterprise and rogress;veness by publishing matter and illustrations adapted to the season or sendimr out vnmlrmpnti -t.,V). their readers doubtless fulllv annre- ciatcd. V.'e are glad to see such evi dences of an enterprising spirit among our newspaper brethren. It indicates hat they arc not content to stand till ; yes, more than that : it shows in- elligence, alertness, thriit, 1.000 Cenulne Tyler Curtain Desks t2l and M 24 Net Spot Cash. MO. 4007 Antique Oak Standara Tyler Demfea, rt. Bin. Ions by aft. Oln. blirfa. Mice and Durt Proof. Zinc Butwm under drawers; pawnt; Brass lined Curtain; Polished Oak; Writing Toble? C Tum bler lock: one lock Becnring all drawer;.; g heavy cardboard Filing Jn.xes; Cupboard in end; Panel? Finished Back; Extensitm Ana Slides: Welz fat 00 lbs. Price. P. O. H. at l actvry. 84 Also 1,000 Antique Ash Desks. Ko. 400 8. Same as above, eicept made of 8nH4 Antique Afh. pood as oak. Weight 20 O lba. Price P O. B. a Factory, l Set. bbipped from our Indianapolis factory direct. Made and sold eo:ely by the TYLER DESK CO., St. Louis, Mo. isc pe Ct..!we of Bank Counter,. De.ks. ete , iu colors Ecest tier f rinttrl. bocks free; Dcatute IS cecu.. Mareli ', 1S01. For the lionciit of tho public I unliosi tatinsly leconiiiieiul Cheatham's wonlor ful remedy, Pokine," to all sufferers of rheumatism. It has produced marvelous results in my case. 1 was a sufferer of the malady for live years, and alter taking a few bottles was entirely cured. Very respectfully. W.'W. Downx. Henderson, X. C, Mareli 7, 'id. Mr. W. T. Cheatham : Dear Sir. My wife was down in bed with rheumatism and the Pokine I bou-'lit of you pave her relief after taking lour doses. She has not been troubled since. It is the best medicine she ever took for rheumatism. Respectfully, Zack Davis. Mr. W. T. Cheatham, Jr.: Bear Sir. I have been afflicted with rheumatism, time and ami, for the past thirteen years. have received more relief from " Pokine" than any medicine I ever took, and therefore take great pleasure in recommending it to all suffer ers of rheumatism. Very respectfully, F. H. Mitchell. . I . Cheatham, Jr.: Dear Sir. I desire to say that in Jan uary last I was down with rheumatism my suffering was great, and I was conil pletely prostrated. One bottle of your lokine completely relieved me, and 1 have not had any rheumatism since My son also was relieved of rheumati-m by I'okine. Yours truly, Charles G. l.i Ri.our;ns. Hf.nhersox. X. C. Sept. it;. Mr. W. T. Cheatham, Jr. Vour rheu matic cure, "Pokine," has completely cured me. 1. m. liur.ya. ' M- T. Cheatham, Jr., Uenderson, Dear Sir: Iteing akod my opinion of your rheumatic reme .. Pokine, will Kj3.?1? state I deem it i,,- only m. diciue ot its kind on the market that will ticcom plisli 1 that which is exclusively claimed tor Jt. jbemg a sufferer of rheumatism. I con sequently tried many remedies, until final ly relieved ly Pofcine. Very respectfully, , J. 5. Kelly. ' SAVE YOUR MONEY! Money Saved is Money Earned. You can save money trad m- it ver shown to j t-' people of; Henderson. If ! vou need some- j thing of the I kind, see ourj stock before ! vou buy. Alb the BEST and i Latest Improv'dj W. W. PARKER, Drui Dealer In Hair, Tooth and Kail Brnshes, Perfnmery.Soaps Cigars, Sc. .fBtmia liii Enterti H. THOMASON'S STORE. He has a larpe stock from which to se lect and the juices are always low for the class of jroods offered. We "have a better line this season than usual and are fully prepared to meet tiie demands of our large and prowiini trade. We keep everything in tiie way of General Merchandise, "And handle only tlx. I Jest and Most Re liable poods. Do you want Dry Goods, Notions, &c ? Ae can supply you with anything in this line. '1 lii is the season when you want the best thing to be had in the way of BOOTS AND SHOES 011 can find a good stock to select from here. Special bai gains in these goods for tanners, who have to provide for the " wlmle family. ' How about STAPLE AM) FANCY G ROC Ell IES, SUCH AS Su'ar-Cured Hams and Shoulders, Breakfast Bacon, Kresh Country Butter, Cheese, ; Cakes, Crackers, Sugars, Coffees, Teas, D; i Meal, Flour, Salt, Vhh. Hay, Bran, Shipstufts, &c, &c? We keen one ,f the vow hivm-.t i.iro town and allow no one" to undei-sfcU us Close Inspection Our stock will bear close inspection, and customers, like the conservative gentle man in the picture, will find nothing wrong- even in the buttonholes. This nippish November weather reminds us that winter is here and thicker garments and overcoats are in demand. Have you pro vided yourself with such? If not the cold wave must haw struck vou very forcibly. Better come to our store and let us fit you up. Whatever you wish in tlir ! 1 line 01 wear r. appaivl we have it. rt)!! A re v n without an J V J Oven oat Perhaps it jj K is a h wda s vou think R ? y o u can unnT IBQEII BO VER C o A r Sn & IOOBU inu-er Z It mav In- warmer by A JJ to-morrow. T 't ...... 'V S iV-il 1 IUI wait -p lit loi 1 son that way; come S J and look at our stock and you'll not wait another day. The coats are a triumph in tailor ing. The prices ant always reasonable in some cases ri diculously cheap. Nobby Meltons in Fngh'-h box cut styles. Strapprd seams, inlaid velvet 01 l;uv silk- lined throughout. Some are half silk lined and halt lined with fancy serges motr expensive than silk, k'er seys, beavers. Cheviotts and 1 weeds are among the stylish top coats we show. Ail sizes, all weights, all lengths, all prices. A variety of t he fin est coats you ever saw. Call and examine them. We have in g an immense stock of ev- J S ervthmr j our line of" 11 1 f, 'h'.. t ior vourselt". Vou will be S i)Ie;iseil with I in and deal hone-Uy bv his customer, yon need anything in the line of LOCKS, NAILS, HINGES, GLASS, &c,&c If you are oingto build a house or barn, call and cret our hgures on BUILDERS' HARDWARE. It Jill be money 111 your pocket to do so. U e want your trade, and if honest will make a customer of v FULL LIXE OF PATENT MEDICINES. All Standard Proprietary Remedies. r... 1 ltcuiruiuer iou can gat a gooatwoik ac aa : reasonable prices, Crow & Marston's I Carriage A7agon Works UENDEItsON, N. C, As anywhere. No matter wlif-th.-r you : want a vehicle made out and out. or want ' repairing done, we are prepared to accom-1 niolate you on short notice and in the rno-t workmanlike arid satir-factorv AND GLASSWARE ? You can find it here--a large assortment. H e l)U in car load .. 1 L OU1I. iLjrr, salt, HAY, SHIPSTUFF, Ac.. Ac. and can furni-,h hame at pi ice-, too low to !.' cm under, in any ouan ity to suit purchaser, either WHOLESALE OR RETAIL 1 1 cieannor and low prices ou we are goinsj to rrct it. S. & C. WATKIHS. PARKER'S HEALING SALVE ! employ Will cure Old Sores, Cuts, Burns, fcc. Specialty. . ........... i. m , iitauiifi. Having thorOUL'hlv ntted i:i,.:ir V,..r. all necessary tods and niT.lcmci.t. o,..i BROAXS mOX BITTERS ALMAXAC For I'.tf'.i Contain;. Our Hniidml Ilcx-ipcs for mat- ins delicious, fandv cheaply and quickly at home. This boot. Is gtren away attlru and general store. anfWhiskeyHab't cured at hom- wui outpain. Book of pa r- ucniarssent FREE. 1 o. si. ww) ll.Y,M.L. We do the cutting ourself first in lmv ing and then 111 being content with a small margin of profit. The system of square introrlvthPb.r -r.,L-V".V giving Honest gmnis lor reasona- better nrenarf.i tn, W I ' r pr'c's which has ever characterized ! riages. 'Buggies. WaWn" ('art. .!- ,.l I'oIjcv, i-, seen in the hundreds . .. (lowest prices. We make a .V.ui. 'M caponiers we nave and tne large quan msenpnons ana Family Recipes a:u'ytu;in decelerated xuiictiiue wagon, :ma of the best wagons sold. It cannot be excelled. W e are prepared to do all kind' of work with neatness and dispatch, and make a specialty of carriage painting REPAIRING AND HORSESHOEING. Thankful for past patronage, we ho5' t)V gmnl work and n ict attention to busine-s to merit a continuance of the same. Very Respectfully. CKOW" & MAltsTON. O'Xcil Block, HENDERSON, N. f1an.22-lc.l C. titles of our c(kk1s scattered all over tliis and adjoining counties l.y people who know that THOMASON'S IS THE PLACE TO OET THE BEST GOODS FOR THEIR MONEY. W e sell low for cash and will makw it to your interest to deal with us. lain "lAKESTS " pIvf instant relief is an lnTalJat.lo Core for Pile. Price $L Hy Drug-BTstsormail. Sample! fr Addres8"l?r A Ji t! Is," JEK SiiO, New ork city. jan. 24-1 c. Henderson, N. C. Very Respectfully, H. THOMASON, Opposite Cooper's Warehouse, HENDERSON, N. C. mm - mm quality and" I JJ at-st st !-s and can fit JT f all si.-s, ;,1I JFURNI S HI rim 11 j u 11 ci shapes, all " U " tastes, ap! all purses. 5 I S (live us 1 .. mm tne heautilul" H ieffcets whnh er yf)ti want to buy or no!. Our ioods are all 'new and lesiraf.Ie. Take a 1....L ,? them and you will randidiv confess that they are the !-s't made, the hest trimmed, ihr qualities and hest values. Gents' FURNISHINGS are amonjj our strongholds ,n the business. We ' t arry a very complete line - a line 'that tfives some chance lor the ex ercise of individual taste in the choice of jnods. and that is adjusted in prices to meet tbe requirenients of any p. r son. Our lino f Neckties is superb. Men are naturally fastidi ous in Fiirnishiny and lik- a chance to change as often as possible. We tliink you can get more for your monev in quantity and quality than any other Furnishing House in Henderson, and we spare no pains to please and satisfy u customer. Drop in and look over the stock. Barnes, Stainbacl&Co, ONLY EXCIX'SIVi; Clatteers, Hatters and (tarts' Pnmiaben. WlA'tJiRT&niEftE! U'eathei prophets tell us we nr gfing tu have a hai'f winter. '11 sjjri,, ale ri-lit they say. 1 he hark is tliickest on the out i'le f the tree ami nm clintreth to the hacks of old fonie sauil fos-iN. To keep out the cold of winter you must yet in your COAL Of I'OVTllItKSS. 1 can supply you witb any l.'rale wanted in any quantity desired from a flour barrel full to a car load A full sui.ply of all kinds Hard and Soft hte, Nut, (irate and Lump, on hand. Trices reasonable. Mr. JOHX I). GARDEN it with 111c and can In- found in the-otl.ee at tiie vaid ready U Kive his prompt attention to ail orders. tefCoal sold for cash only. J. S. POVTHRESS. neuralgic JPersons And those troubled with nerrousneM resulting from care or overwork will be relieved by uklos Brown's Iron Hitters, onuic taM tnde mrk and erowed red llaei on mtpjt.