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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1891.
u i. 1 i f I SOTHIK SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS!' JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING c fiSATSS ir.anv new b-jsnfi&-U:.'(.AIGEM rr.ar.y an 'Zi'i b u -i : ."ICS i , HRKSKI'.VKS rr.ar.y a larg'- bu'.intjs; kKVlVKS i" iny a dull buinrts; I' F- SCiJ ICS mar.y a l:,it business; SAVKS n.aiy a failing Uusinesa; ! !,fcCUXtS s-cc-is in aay business, t i-j irrsr judiciously ," use the colu.XSS 01 y r.iwkpapcr publ.sheJ in Vance county 13 a: j! he live and growing I'jt.i of Ncrth Cat lias. n circulates exter.3ive!y among aa in t ',i;cr.t arvl prosperous people whose trade :S wcl. worth seeking and having. HATLS OF ADVERTISING. Thi.o 1 in.-h - in' ;: " ''' 1 - 1 .-.,). 1 w k 1 "O 1 1 HO 1 J l pi i I. r.O' x l'l- 1 2 MO ',I.M, V 1 OO 1 .".OO 1 ::v .".', iH.o.i.v"'1 j'pOo ...... .... .. I.... it H w J Ul l j :;- 7.,., 1 1 no .-.Mio. -( .pain. : Deceased was horn August 'it; :!;,;: r:: t;";!:!!: :ooith. and was .on.equentiy in !.:;;: 1-:::.::o.;ho;; ii::; tl,e year of her .e. The funeral . . - tv:i l.oli) fi-ntii the Metholi.-t. Koiseonal Vim,". rut ...i v.-tt i -lit- !. b- p.i'l.l i sh-.l oi- moritli :ri'i 11 n!' i;. in .1 t : .m'J for Hi 1 (. hlllL 1 Heyday afternoon. Itev. V . .Hvii.i-i' n :,.lv.-r'i-;iiL' !or :t -liort-r tiine , ., . . , .. r., u,n- .ot, 11,, is ..,)1-1.t.r.-.ltr;.i..t L. Cunni--;in thft pastor conducting .vit!imi.i:. A'"' '.'' r. n.l. r.- 1 H-iurr-.-rly , - for ail a'ivpr'.M-ii.H.t pul.) i-h-.l ioj- ;t loiiiif-r , 111 - k -1 1 ' ' ),H'! oftniK , r.o ni .-.iv.-i !i-. 'nx 1.:-, t" s,...-ar iiiin.MK Lessons in Music and Art. .-r.ini; :n:itt. r -n'li-lvr -v :-l:;iif ,T; I'.us: -.s . NoIi-. -t. will ii:n'.o 'l !i. r.-ni- p- r i.n.- for Vjjs:s ;uyx hwir n-Hijrilfd llf-r IOBl f.r.t ,n,.r,oM. Tt ,.r I Hi- lor .;.,), j H .-nd.TS-.n will -i Vt.-h-SriOIW f .fe.-tl :i'l v-i iM-iin-s' t-. Mi'-h ii'lin 1 n it r;ir jn .lij.-n; aii'I . rt 111 tin- ruwn. tor- "ami f'-uturv not!. i-oniin;i.Mj.i.--ry KriL'Iish rail b' foirtld at Mlrt. ..! tryst. soil-s. mumi......:. . '.''i:,..- Chukos liisur thf baptist ehureh. 'isii'h .V- ., will ! hatt!' 'l ior a! i.-j-'a. r.t . i tir.-,i wru ii th i - ! a ivr!.uii lim-l or, ' pa.-.-, in wii:Hi .a.-- w.-1. 1 v. tin- iiirht. to , Death of Mr. J. A. Powers, of ri 0111 ow ii r ! . n -m.-ii ..11-....--. 1"JM1 HK IN M'VAN' i:. I h-li:ir.-m Vi-r v Mua ! ! a ti'I 'A :.niiot ult-i'l to taii-risk- or w: 'i I Va-.m-.- p. -i "-oji;- to ; .'. (H.'tuarv ri-.r I11-. i' -oini-.o'ii-. : o! .) p" '' n'.r will I.'- il.ai.'t i.l Kn; 1 .1 1 ;'l :'" l,,,M '" ' ' . t Itia !l o'l II' In !-;o' wii.l-- II :iiii pa' r . ii:n I ,,,,, ., ii,,- p:,p.-r -a i.- w-r n M . no !:.,- I..- i.l ..i.- l-.r lh- fir-!- tfii !in.;- ' . w-.r.l- ar; X'-i CF THE TOWNP i LOCAL LACONICS I'iCKKU UP HtRK AND THKKhHY O U H KAGLt-EYKU KKWOKTKKS. M inl r-..ii !.ol". No. -lit). A. t .V A. AJ. Hftd ii us' ia - at " I- tin: 1:1 . : 1' il-t and third 'I n. K.-;i is 1 1 .1 1 . -4 a " c',1 known colored town, died Tllei-day it at ta -k jf tiie .'ripp. (i i.l e 1 !":"; - ai" f hie;- i! thi jh a.ter a 'J'lie l'j e-l. tt-rian Siif.da v-Schol hrn i av i v eiijnv.tMe part v at Parker's Hair n-, 1 ,. '. , ,, 'ri.ere i , , ' a i.-.Ia a;te, :.. u': ,.,,",!s Ol " ""I I Ii ii to eat aii'I t !i' I 11. .'Ill II A- Well a- the L'l'i'.VIl p- oji't ciijoyed tl. e orca- ; n . : v . -K W. II. Ann- -oil 'jive not n e thf di--o'ut .on ol Ike linn of W . II.. Ainer u Bon A: he li.i-.iu-' bouirlit the v:i- i.l n -l !!i the r.c.i.'eiii and su ceed.-d to tin- ! ,-iiie-i which he will fcontinueai tie-same phicc. ' 3 f,,! itii.-rwiii fidv.-rti-e- t w.i i e- ra- .-. I ir., ilni.' bb- dwelling- !or pent The-e are nfiv Loll-es. well I'll i tot' ri'iliv -nit u, llV,l l" ! Con v.-a :i!t . arraiiL'ed. aud anv person , . . . , . ,. de-a ;iiLr a p. ace tor tip- 4-.un:nj M-ar, w .u.'d d-. w.-ll to .-all o:, ( o!. Ihir-wvn. .... .1.1 1". I" ' .. 1.- 1 1 I sf- . i 1 1 ! h i : - t i.pi-npni 7irnn:iv- . School .-.hl.r- had u wrv dcliu'ht- f , t l! ;, at P-u wc! Mali M,,,,. ii..v n' id. The little folks performed t'i- r p u t- adimrablv and altogether it " was a very . reditai.'e and enjoyable a:!a:r. W. Ik f !:iik!ev. fidininistrator of the e-tatc of Mr-. M. l-'rcnboru. de- Ct . 'l-ed. advertise-, to sell, bv public an tiivi. 011 tin- first Moudav in IVb- cuinmend hitif to the patronage of per ruiry. i 'J. at the court him-e door ' sonfl jVa0 h;iVc need of anything in his in I lea p r-on. two valinhle tracts t laud situate in Vance count v. near th-e On., ..'' I I .. , . I. . r. . ., , ..ir o-. i-1 i.-iil-.l 4 1 M e 1 1 t .11 another o.nnin. Th fe-tive ho!ida- - I ! i v. ,tar Hi- aimo-i i.erouie a ttiug ! ; ilm.i.l 1. . , the pa-t and now U i u? entl" upon an- . ..th. r tw. Ue month- with -ood , hoi r Henderson Tobacco Men as Fi- renew..! h..pe- i..r the tuturcj nanciers. d-d rmuie-l : po--;h!e to imtirove upon our pa-t live- and . ;lort to b.-uor the , Tl' 15i,,lk Henderson,- N . C, has condition ,.; our-e!v. s and th..-c about been granted a charter by the North u Carolina Legislature. 1 he President is Col. 1 hirgwyii, the well known tobacco We take pleasure in .l;r, ting attcn-. manufacturer and capitalist of Hender tion t.. thecard ..f M.-s English, teacher ,nu wlo started it as a private bank in in musical ! art. wl,.. .-.uiiounces that j with his-own capital. Mr. J. P. sh- can be foun.", at Mrs. Clarke's pre- ( T:iv!urj Avij js l're'nlcit of the Hendcr-p.ir.-d to give in-tru. rioiis iu , ither or suii storage warehouse aud one of the both l rai ch. s ,.f !;er pr..fc-ion. Of , j;u-gest leaf tobacco buyers of North h-r .pi a'ifa-at.'; -n-. as an artist and 1 (ar,,lina. is Vice President, and his teacher we need ind speak. he has 1 ..l...;,.-, ,r. fi,;s ;mnm-tniit otlice is atrili- been teacher . ui tin- college hero be- ; - holtPl mi.ar portions else- win-re. am! i- fully competent to give 111'' hiii'-i -at i-fai lion to her patrons. New Ft-aturea to he Added. We pr, le.it un - !'- t.i introduce -evera! new y which we Jiopr to make the lim.ii I.i: i a belter and more val uable paper during lv'2. As intimated !a-t week, we shall from time to time 1 -11 pniir.r.t- o! me of the repre- scniatie men the town (taking them licin the vaviou- prtifcs-ions and department- of bu-:tie.--. together with hi skt tche of their lives, giving ,1. !'!i.;n:. -.ence to th. ir career and re i :t- n whatever an i 1 !H'i':ie- ni.iv lie th. talents i be ih-vo led. W Hi i t in: ;" k thi- will rove inicrcst . ug read-j . :u-c we a'.'. 'like to know how aj iii.!:i I""! of whom ! -. t vcu on papt We hae hcar-1 or read, aiat w i-h to gather v:ch tacts t-ouneccd with his 1:: a- ma be of a public nature. Ai d a!;";Lt r feature which we think v M 1 rove iuti rest a- wrli as 'eas ure a::d profit t" niir readers will be a depanuicnt of purr literature or book review Mr. W. R. Henry ha prom- is.- i u.n that he wil 1. dul'in the coming P".. coutr.bute i,i tlu- coiiunn ,,( be ' (iot.l I.l Al. at iea-t two artick mo::!ti. on interesting Mi'f'vt- and cur-' L. rent events, and we arc sure what he , writes under this head will be. like :i!h. 1. ' M Lllilli; l ll l.l'ill lli- I'.o, .i - '. - oi'. - rt 4 1, . .,1... 'V.,. 1,; ...... . - 11. 1, t 111. I Iv I --. ivo v.- ...vum- mg.y interesting aud instructive. ?w for ion; i;f0 aml happiness in the fu el' us have the tinie or opportunity to fare. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left on the - read the really valuable books written tA on the political, economic and soc;ai que.-tions of the day. aud a concise' and comprehensive review of them would lie the thing for us. This Mr. i Henry hopes in a measure to give the j readers of the Gold Leaf the benefit) of. Tne originals of the certificates of cures effected by the u-e t,f Ayer's Sarsaparillu .1 are kept oil tile at the otlice of the .1. - v Aver Company. Lowell, Mass. Probably , i no similar e-taili-hiaent in the world can I eiuiim Man ,i nut.-s uj vaiuauie aiiu cun- t "J vincing te-tiinony. 1 1 i l.:i . l. . . . j I Death of a Good Woman. Mr-. MrM'u;M-rt Thv!u; wife f Mr. j Tho-. .J . Taylor. died at her home in thi- ts.ct:. Morula', night last, Dee.! i li'-th." .-u 1" nVloek after a kniir and ju'.n!tt! siekt.es. Hit- had been par ! iilvzcd iiKtuv mouth during which titu-she . w;is a helpifc--' invalid con lined l kcd. ISut n.y one ever bore ai!lji:rt!i with sublimer Christian for titU'!';. Never a murmur tjrje.aped her Jij .'Uid with faith in the promises rl the. M i.t-r Hi! had tried faith i"u 1 1 3' to -serve for twenty-five years, slie patiently t-utl'ered and waited until :t j-houlil p!f:ae Him to give h'M- re't from weariness and Weldon. It iudd with hetirtfflt paia that w-I ani'-d of tin-d'sitli of Mr. Jt-sse A. I'oui rs, of U'l'ldun. which occurred at 1:. 1.. :.. 4...4 .1 l..4 Ti.u,l.. ill- ii.miji- 111 111. II. jiuim- ui'-ii 11111..-.11U. ''-iiiii. A iiolili-, tniH and jrcnerous li.-.-i i-t li;js i-i-;is-d to Ix-jit and a friend that v..- luivi- lovt-d frnlii voilth Up han I .: 1 -.- -t I away in thi-dfath of tliM ciitlf maii. lb- a- a warm friend and a jrood iiian, ami w liffi In- put Iiin Ktrong arms aini'it ifii-'s iit-' k and iln-w liim to liir! icanly I.! ' at Ix liind wlio-a-nmh exterior In . -it lii-ureal l.i;r In-art, there wan 110th-!ii-- nf ii.vpi rii-v heliind 1 he act. It was t he inipiilsy of a noble nature and the cordial, fai'herly trnt'tiiiji (f no. one did we appreciate more than t hat of " Tncle ...si. " I'owers. What a sad ( liristinas dav to Iiih i-el;i t.ivt-M and friendn. The :..i s.'i VS this of the deceased: Mr. I'owt is was a nati'.v of tliiscount y w here lie lived nearly the whole of his life. J le had been in the railway sei-rice tor nearly forty yearn, lie was an up right citizen, a jjcood neiehlior, a devoted lnir-iiaini and lather. Last siiinnit-i- he conuet-ti.-d himself with the Methodist rhim h and was a consistent member. Il.-leavt's one daughter. A gotnl mail ha-- ooiie. N lietter , icjiaratimi for the hair lias ' ci 1 ieeh iiivviited than Ayer'sllair Viptor. It n-t.,.l-s tl.c n i-.i.al Color to faded and I, .;', ...i.l iinn:iil-l lliuf ll-i t II 111 I rrld- fiiiil licsbiie.-s, (-veryone so niucii admires Its it-Htlatiou is world-wide. A Splendid Piece of Work. As-pretty a piece of marble work as w:t have eeu is a tombstone just com- P-chm at i .uiiiKc s marine aim grauue i yard in this place, by Mr. Zimmer his ... . Ue - rnjer air.J ioretuan. ic is cui irotu a llawh-ss piece of white marble and 1 : thf uliisplitp' is as perfect a sample of i , , . . . , ' th st ulptoj- s art as confined to work ; f '" t lii k'ind as can be found. Another . . .. .......1- .o - ll.l .l-lil-r I1IV.1 r, ,11 1IU11 1.-, (L lailllD n irrnniM i i.- 4 1 1 ut- "L l" ; and .5 lc.et. f. indies at t!ie base. 1 he 1 die is made of Richmond grauite, the r.... idldv nolishe.L while the basa i -1 ff . . . ,, (iraystonc orauite quarries near town. Mr." Bourke stmds out some fine work and his juices are so reasonable, as to j 'Tl . . ! ,,,lnl .1 ...1 1 W 1'lll-t.fnv' !ll-i 1 j rcU -fed to settle at once or t he r claims will be put in the bunds of an 1 iim in ui win in11. i v o T,-iwt. ute (o j, enerirvaml business sagacity. 1IH.,j ju years of close application and teadv advancement in his chosen line of business, and iu which he is excelled by none. Mr. Owen Davis, another of the vigorous spirits of Henderson, and the well known tobacco warehouse man, is one of the Directors. Cincin nati Tvlmcci' Journal. For the Ladies. Something nice in the way of Silk Handkerchiefs. Mufflers, and Neckwear of all kinds for ladies, will be found at S. A:- C. Watkins'. Also a beautiful line of Slipper, ties and line of Shoes, alt styles. Prices very low. At the residence oi Rov. T. J. Hor- llor - m Henderson, on Dec. ilrd, Mr. Lea Greenwood and Miss Daisy Dean were quietly married. The bride is a sister of Mrs. W. H. Amerson and has been living in Henderson the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood will reside in Wilson. At the Episcopal Church in - this place. Tuesday morning. W. II. Ed wards, and Miss Eva Rodgers were united in marriage. Rev. Julian E. Iu- gle performing the ceremony. The oride is a daugtitcr 01 ir. james Rodgers. the tlorest aud landscape gar- l doner, and has for some time aceutablv j,oltj t-;ie 10itiin of cashier at Davis & j Rose's store. The groom is a young ; of good character and temperate! and industrious habits and both l. . , ., r r . , I 1,.,,-,. ,1,.. 1..-. U-lchO OT tllO.1,.- trirt,1(lj h' o'clock train for a brief visi fiends and relatives in Petersburg visit to rcr. The Jiuanole Xeus of December 24th, publishes the following : Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at the Baptist church Mr. II. Ii, Harrell was united in marriage to Miss. Annie B.Pope, the Rev W. B. Morton i officiating. 11 Alter the Ceremony i 4,rt l.ri.bil enmile lefr on the. Ttalniodi and Gaston tram lor Henderson to visit the family of Mr. J. A. Harrell. i tbe 'room's brother Ult 5-roonl "loinci. , "11... I . 4 . 4- t.nvi. ti.w in I AlLv nn.l 1 t.n'-i ....- , I)nw (ioods ttt S. & C. Witkixs. OUR HOLIDAY NUMBER. Some Flattering things Said About It bv Our Friends. The rierider.'on Gold Leaf's Christ mas issue was a rouser." and we con gratulate our good brother upon its im mensity. I.ouisburg Times. The Christinas edit on of the Hen derson Gold Leak is a credit to its enterprising editor, and an honor to that progressive town. Carthage Blade. The 16-page holiday issue of the Henderson Gold Leaf was creditable alike to the enterprise of its publisher and of the business men of that flourish ing North Carolina town. Petersburg (Va) Index-Appeal. The Christmas number of the Hen derson Gold Leaf, a 16 page edition, wss a gem in every respect, and there were enough literary jewels in it to fill a large volume. What surprise Bro. Manning has in store for the future is hard to guess. Burlington Xews. Last week's Christmas issue of the Henderson Gold Leaf was in all respects a credit to editor Thad Man ning. It was a big paper, and the large advertising patronage showed en terprise on the part of Henderson business men. Kaleigh State Chronicle. A friend and reader of the Gold Leaf writing from Norfolk says : The Holiday Number of the Gold Leaf is the most creditably gotten up of any paper I have ever seen. Your innovation in journalism by issuing such an attractive special edition, printed in laucy striped paper, was a decided hit, and must have surprised the people. The Christmas edition of Thad Manning's excellent paper, the Hen derson Gold Leaf, surpassed anything of the kind in North Carolina. It was a mammoth sixteen page paper, twelve pages being on a vari-colored paper, and it was just brim full of choice holi day selections. Thad Manning is an enterprising fellow, and lives in a town where his efforts are appreciated and his hands held up by a progressive people. The Gold Leaf is a credit to North Carolina journalism. Salis bury Herald. The last issue of the Henderson Gold Leaf surely must have been a perfect rain-bow of delight to its pat rons. Printed on white paper, with green, purple and pink colored stripes, it was sixteen pages in size, and its Christmas table of contents was loaded down with good things rich, joyous mental pabulum. Thad Manning was a regular journalistic Santa Claus, and he outdid all former efforts. Well, the Gold Leaf always has our best wishes and here's hoping '92 will eclipse all others in patronage. Durham Sun. None of our many attractive ex changes interested us more in their holiday att're than did the Henderson (;oLD Leaf, by the handsome and courtly Thad Maiming. When we first met f.inn!nir In T.nt-inir noovlir 41 " ' "" "vt"'J C 11Ui, uuu rio,-a con-. r -in no a 4n 41 Inl.n a. ..,, uiiiv oiui iiu i.duov iu taivc away from him : wn nrn rnrplv niitaVPn in . . , J . our first estimate of a man. We orait- . , .. , tfd, by the way, to note at the proper ' o ' " "" Limt i nni ii w h. w'l.fi inai i nA i ;ni t r .... j"-3" -vwiuw j uiu. I L' I11Q IIQT l-.O.kMt-l m tfln T-.n I ,t we clo not know what growlers think ot it, but it. always interests us as being so near what an all round local cI-Pi uycu-m-iu-wooi flume en terprise ought to be. Still it is always just below its editor's ideal and he keeps moving upward. May its birth days become ten times ten and more, ttI u, s oiume 01 currency expand niin iiH growing years. uastoma Gazette. Henderson, X. C, Dec. 20, '91. 'Editor Gold Leaf : I am now 78 years old, and have tried to observe '"J l"c MJOtuuuu). a"u . Uica Ilia , -. , . , , , 1 41, A ,m..4M.. .J 1 "'HH l"JT"' ou in l"18 Puouc lllonTiai' thif I VkOt-A . . nil L41CI.L- JL Ul-lU, 1U 4ll 14J Jl life, seen as complete a newspaper sheet as was the Christmas issue of the Gold Leaf. It was a credit to your self and an honor to the town of Hen derson, iuch enterprise deserves the highest praise aud the most substantial recognition. Very truly your friend, George II. Rowland. Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint cures all corns, warts and bunions. Watkins' Cloak Department is superb this season. It consists in part of Walk ing Coats, Ladies' and Misses' Reefers, with Astrachan, Coney, Monkey and Seal Eur Collars and Fronts. OOAI&PERSOnAL Mrs. Wallerstein and her daughter Miss Jennie Wallerstein, of Baltimore, are visiting Mrs. Strause in Hender son, and will remain some time. Mrs. Wallerstein is a sister of Mrs. Strause. We are pleased to have Mr, A. Roscower, editor of the Goldsboro Headlight, with us to-day. A genial, companionable fellow, aud the rival of Jim Cook, of the Concord Standard, for the leather medal, awarded to the best looking man in the North Carolina Press Association, he is popular with the fraternity wherever he goes. The Gold Leaf office has been brighteued during the holidays by the presence of three newspaper men from a distance James W. Briggs, of the Danville Times, George W. Bromell, of the Lawrenceville Gazette, and Ernest Harper, of the Oxford Public Ledger. The former an old typo with whom the writer used to stick type at the same case on the Roanoke Xews in past days, aud the two latter former employes of this otlice. We are always glad to have a visit from such good friends. Finding us busy folding papers aud getting off our extra heavy mail when they came in Saturday it was just like the boys to take off their coats and give us a lift," a kindness which one-priuter always knows how to show toward another. 1 ne quesuon is irequenuy astea ny Is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral so much more effective than other cough remedies?" The answer is, simply because it is the most skilful combination of anodynes and expectorants known to medicai science. Distress After Eating, Indigestion, Sick Ileadache And Dyspepsia Are cured by ?. v. v. ni, n-. n.i....- 1 ilUM ASH, fUlU KUU dllll fU dSSlulU. If vou want the latest novelties iu Fine I Irua f,i-wtrf.4 Will Tl nil Tripm fiT ... ..... - - nnvft W ATTTV . Death of Dr. Alfred Plummer. We regret to learn of the death of this etimable Kiaitleinan and skillful physi cian at his home near Middlburg, Vance eounty. 00 the morning of December 24th. He was buried in the family bury ing ground in Warrenton on Christmas day. Dr. Plummer was 81 yearn old at the time of his death, and was the last of his enfrotion, the other ten children of his father having preceded him to the grave. He was the son of Kemp Plum mer, Ksq., who was a distinguished law yer of the Warren circuit early in this centnrv. He was for a while a cadet at West Point, one of his associates aud afterwards one of his instructors being Gen. Robert E. Lee. He left that institu tion from a sense of chivalry towards one of his companions, against whom he was called upon to give Information pre ferring to return to private life rather than cause the dismissal of his felloT cadet. He then studied medicine and was graduated from the University of Penn - sylvania, and locating in Warren, the county of his birth, devoted himself to the oraetiee here and in the neighboring county in Virginia. His charity to his poorer neighbors was unfailing and his gentlenesss of character endeared him to a large circle of acquaintances, while his fine fund of humor and social talents made his companionship most agreeable to all who knew him well. His wife was Miss Francis Love, of lrginia, and she dying many years ago, he wa never married again. He left to mourn him two sonH and a daughter and several grand children b? deceased daughters, all of whom were most dovot- edlv attached to him. He died in the communion of the Episcopal church, of which he was for manv years a member, and was buried from Emanuel church at Warrenton. The above is taken from the Aeiri and , T, T ,., , , , Observer. Dr. Plummer was the father of our esteemed county men Messrs. .James K. and IL 1. Plummer, and was well known and greatly loved by a wide circle r r l , ! . j V?nuH anu acquam.auc. We have a speedVand positive cure for catarrh, dyptheria, canker month and headache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, A nasal in lector free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath Price 50c. bold by W. W. Parker, druggist. The ladies are more than delighted!"1 their uniforms of scarlet and black with t.hnt oWnni- lino nt tironu (.noils ! presented a very striking picture and just received and placed on sale by S. & C. Watkins. MUSEMEHB FORGET-ME-NOT. A Charming Play in "Which a Charming Actress Will Ap pear. At liurwell Hall, begiuing Monday night next, Miss Josephine Cameron, supported by a strong company of dra matic artists, will appear in a choice repertoire of popular plays for a three nights' engagement. The first evening 'Forget-Me-Xot " will be presented; Tuesday "Camille," and Wednesday, 44 East Lynue." Of the actress and the characters she portrays the Baltimore Daily Xews speaking of her recent per formances in that city pays, the follow ing tribute to her genius : Herman Merrivale's powerful play, "Forget-Me-Xot," of London fame, was rendered last night at the Audito rium by Miss Josephine Cameron, sup ported by an excellent troupe. The play is sirong throughout, many of the situations are thrilling and affecting in the extreme, while Miss Cameron's portrayal of the character Forget-Me-Xot is a remarkable pice of acting. The plot depicts the life, the emotions of love, hatred, ambition and unscrupu lous determination of a hardened wo man of the world. Forget-Me-Xot, the adventuress, is a woman of wonderful personal beauty and attraction, wholly without conscie? ce aud determined to gain her end. Miss Evelyn Mason is Alice Verney, au inuocent girl who has fallen into the tormenting power of "Forget-Me-Xot." Sir Horace Welby, her lover, is Mr. Louis Giflbrd, while the part of Barrate, au unfortunate Corsican, who is in some inexplicable manner con nected with the fortunes of Alice Ver ney, is taken by Mr. J. II. Hilton. The entire troupe was applaueii with great enthusiasm aud are likely to have a most successful week. Of Miss Cameron's performance of ".East Lynne" the Baltimore Sun says : The Auditorium was crowded last night to witness the presentation of "East Lynne," by the Cameron Dra matic Company. Miss Cameron, who played the double roles of Madame Vine aud Lady Isabelle was called be fore the curtain twice. This lady has a refined manner, pathos and a wonderful power of facial expression. Last night tears came to many eyes. In " East Lynne" Miss Cameron is seen at her best. Her emotional dis play is natural. "East Lynne" abounds in pathetic lines, and every word last night, was rendered so it told. Miss Cameron has able sup port. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most success ful cough medicine we have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of coughs, croup and bi orchitis, while its wonderful success iu the cure of consump tion is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c., 50c., and ?1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. Our Millinery trade has been such as to necessitate our buying thirty-three per cent, mora goods up to the present than at any season prior to this. novo i5 & C. Watkins. Pay the Printer. When storm cavorts around your door. And you, by light of taper, Sit closely by the evening fire To read" your county paper. Just think of him whose work thus helps To wear away the winter, And put this question to yourself: " Have I paid the printer?" Exchange. Deafness Can't Be Cured By local applications, for they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless tne inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed for ever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused bv catarrh) that can not be cured by taking Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. .1. Cfijtkt Co., Toledo, OJi to. The Concert by Pupils of Vance Seminary. It wan our j;ood fortune to le present at a concert civen on thf evening- of the 22nd, in Bar well Hall, bv Vance Semi-1 I have sold for eight years the above uarv, of which Mrs. M. Pa'rham and Mrs. I f rticles aiid will still make It to the ln Wl). Hornor are nrincinals. with Miss i K1-?' uilde" to uy f ron me. Doors Willie Smoot in charge of the depart- inunf ' - . ill,., ""rul ""civ. At the appointed hour about fifty little Kirls aud young ladh's, beautifully at- tired, inarched with measured tread into the spacious and brilliantly lighted Hall, to the stirring tones of a grand march performed on to pianos by Mrs. Horner I and Miss Smoot. Without anv appar ent confusion they arranged themselves on the rostrum and the concert began with a very brilliant piano duet.Jennetise Dorie, by Misses Piukston and Horner. Where all performed their parts so ad mirably it seems unjust to discriminate, and yet we cannot forbear giving expres sion to our admiration of thepianosolos performed by Misses Hoyd, Pinkston j and Dean. These young ladies execute with wonderful ease and rapidity and at the same time bring out the delicate ca dences with fine expression. Welcome j Pretty Primrose Flower, a song, by Miss ' j Lucy Whitten, elicited great applause, j A sextette on two piauos and organ was; i admirable. Several trios and duets were 1 ! performtxl by little girls in perfect time; 1 and harmony. Their technique and shad-' ing were remarkable for beginners. But the crowning gem of the occasion was lieetnoven s fonata 1'atheu.que Up. 13, first movement by Misses Smoot and Dean two piauos. The magnificent rendition of the grand old master s ma- j jeatic harmonies reflected great credit alike on teacher aud pupil. The recitations were unusually good, showing a high degree of cultivation in! the department of elocution. Miss Anuie Robards in "Aunt Polly's George Wash- ington," was inimitable. Her enuncia- tion was clear and distinct, and her man- ner natura, eaHy and ' ul. A composition by Miss Annie Currin, 1 subject A Sea of Upturned Faces, wat f well conceived and, asaspecimen of grace-; ful writing, spoke well for the intellect: , . f . llthnp The application and experience of a few years, we predict, will establish her claim to the rank of an elegant and accom- plished writer. ; The evening's entertainmnt closed with a drill in calisthenics, under the manage ment of Miss Smoot. The young ladies j their movements were the perfection of jjiaw, We were glad to notice in all the exer 1 cises of the evening the absence of that painful effort at display, that restless anxiety for effect so derogatory to any intellectual performance and always so unpleasant to the beholder. Teachers and pupils were calm, quiet anddignified, manifesting a couciousuess of their ability to sustain themselves and the character of the school. The county of Vance may well be proud of the institution which bears its honora ble name. Answer This Question. Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer" to suffer and be made miserable by indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of appetite. Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c, we wiH sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaran teed to cure them. Sold by W. W. Parker, drugggist. . Wanted. A position as book-keeper, local or traveling salesman, by a man of 15 years' actual experience, sober and in dustrious. Good references, Address J. W. PrREFOY, Henderson, X. C. Buy your Dry Goods and Notions of ua. Our constant aim is to give you the best goods at bottom prices. A satisfied customer is our bent advertisement. novo S. t C. Watkins. Thad Manning's handsome Gold Leap is ten years old. Lenoir Topic. Shiloah's Catarrh Remedy. A marve lous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth, and headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these eomplaints without extra charge. Price 50c. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. Ladies' Imported Louis XIV Palelot is among the latest things in the way of wraps found at Watkins'. ntrrfl --- For Sale. One six year old horse. Guaranteed sound and gentle Apply to X. Lehman. Mortgage Sale of Land. By virtue oi the power conferred on the undersigned in a certain deed in trust exe cuted by T. A. Noel and wife Annie Noel, on the 7th day of July, 1890, duly recorded in Mortgage Book 15, page 124, in Vance county Registry, to secure the payment of a certain bond therein mentioned and de fault having been made in performing the conditions of said bond, the undersigned, being required to do so by the beneficiary under said trust deed, will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at public outcry, at the Court House door, in Henderson, ON MONDAY, JANUARY 18TH. 1892; on certain lot or parcel of land situate on Rowland street, in the town of Henderson, Vance county. North Carolina, fronting on said Rowland street 104 feet aad can ning back 209 feet, reference being had to said trust deed for more definite description A. B. DAINGERFIELD. II T. WATKINS, December 17th, 1891. Trustees. Trustees' Sale. Under and bv virtue of a Deed of Trust executed by It. (iraham Wortham and Carrie Wortham his wife, on the 4th day of December, 1h9, and dulv registered in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance county, in Book 14, page Got, to secure a certain sum of money therein mentioned, and default haviug been made in the pay ment thereof, 1 will sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door, in Henderson, Vance county, N. Con FRIDAY. JANUARY, 22ND, 1892, the real estate conveyed in said Trust Deed, to wit : or.e tract of land situate in Vance county, formerly owned by the late Solon Southerland, and adjoin ing the lands of Gill, Dickens and others, containing f4 acres, more or less. "W. W. ROWLAND This Deoember21. 1891. Trustee. Notice. Having qual'fied as administrators of the estate ot John M. Barnes, deceased, before the Clerk oi the Superior Court of Vance county, all persons indebted to said estate must settle at once, and persons holding claims acainst thp said estate are notified nresent them to ns dulv authenticated. on or before the 9th dav of' December. 182, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to the estate ean settle the same with George A. Barnes, Henderson. N. C, who is author - Red to receipt for the same . This Dec. 9, lWl. I. C. BOBBITT, Mnj!&iiS2.- A. C. Zolltcoffer, Attorney. N0tiCe Of DiSSOlutiOn. iiuuwiM44. ; C. want tenants who are laminar with The copartnership heretofore existing raising tobaceo, and will make favorable between the undersigned, Ceo. S. Frich-J terms with reliable parties, ard and C. A. Nutall, iu the business of; Tobacco is the coming crop of this see farming and st)ck raising, has peen dis- tlon. Most favorable results have al solved by mutual consent, Mr. Prichard ready been obtained, having sold his interest to Mr. Xutall who ! Those wishing to locate in this new to will conduct the business as heretofore, bacco section will do well to correspond All persons indebted to the firm will make with payment to Mr. Nutall who is authorized THE EASTERN CAROLINA to receipt for same, and by whom all debts , REAL ESTATE AGENCY, due by the concern will be paid. Kiriston, N. C GEO. S. PRICHARD, 3T Person, writing will please state C. A. NUTALL. circumstance and how they desire to be Hnderon, N. C Dee. Mtb, ll. oeatl. dw32l SHINGLES. LATHS. DOORS, Windows and Sash Weights. Hne as well as "the "che Whiti PhS i ... j ....... I. itlt ! Moou. JUU. If. W ATKINS : July 30 6 i Henderson, N.'c. j L-U ' T 17 ) r L"l TJ 1 I T I L II 11 Llj L JlT A ii I II I j . HEXDERSOX X C 3 (J Three Nights Keciniiiiu; Monday Evening, Jan. 4th. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF Society's Preference, MISS JOSEPHINE CAMERON, SUPPORTED BY HER OWN CO., In Choiee Repertoire : Forget-Me-Xot, Camille, Hast Lvnne. -O- Prices 25, 3.5 and 50 cents. Reserved seat tickets on sal at f'tipnt. a U1"K store. ; 7T . -I "t'KS, ATTORXRY AT LAW, Office: Over Post Office. dec31-0i For Rent. Two Dwellings, six rooms each, situated f "C,?Ta e av.emie- ('d lots 'attached ac T'.rv?wW VVnppv December 31. mi. IIh-M)LKbON- Notice of resolution. The firm of W. II. Amerson & Co., has this day been dissolved, by the purchase of the interest of the said W II. Amerson & Co., in the concern by W. II. Amerson, who will continue the business at the same place. All persons indebted to the firm of W. II. Amerson ,i Co., will settle with W. H. Amerson, at once, who alone is author ized to receipt for all moneys paid, and by whom all accounts due by the firm will be paid. All outstanding debts must be settled lmmmediately in order that the books of the old concern may be straightened up. Thank'ul for pa tronage given roe heretofore I respectfully solicit a contin uance of the same. W. II. AMERSON, Dee. 28, 1891. Henderson, N. C. Administrator's Sale Of Valuable Real Estate. By virtue of the power conferred on me by a judgment of the Superior Court of V ance county. North Carolina, for the pur poses therein named (see record in the of fice of the Clerk of said Court, dated 3lst December, 1891) I will, on tu 1ST MON DAY IN FEBRUARY, 1892, sell by pub lic auction, at the court house door in Hen derson, Vance county, N. C, for one-third eash, and the balance in two equal instal ments with interest at eight per cent, per annum, payable annually, the title being retained as security for the unpaid balance, the following parcels of real estate be longing to the estate of the late Mrs. M. Freeborn : The homestead tract, including mansion house, necessary outbuildings, orchard and vineyard, 191 acres, more or less. Good grain and tobaceo land. 2nd. The Essex Davis rental, 50 teres, more or less. All sales are subject to the confirmation or rejection of the above Court. , , W. B. CRINKLEY, Adm'rof the estate of Mrs. M. Freeborn Vance county, X. C, 31st Dec, 1891. Mortgage Sale of Land. By virtue of the power conferred on the undersigned in a certain deed in trust ex ecuted by J. T. Mills and Mrs. L. A. M. Mills, on the 19th of January, 1887, and duly recorded in Book 52, page 490, in Warren county Registry, to secure a cer tain note therein mentioned and the said J. T. Mills and the said Mrs. L. A. M. Mills having made default in the payment of said note, 1 will, at the request of the holder of said note, sell to the highest bid der, for cash, at public outcry, at the Court House door, in Warrenton. N. C. on FRIDAY, JANUARY, 22ND 1892. one certain lot of land in Sandy Creek township, said Warren county, adjoining the lands of Peter Allen, Rev. George A. Rose and others, containing 297 acres, more or less. II. T. WATKINS, December 32nd, 18jq. Trustee. Tobacco Seed. The NEWEST and BEST Varieties For all classes and types furnished at lowest prices. Planters raise Tobacco for the Money it brings, but onlv the FIXE VARIETIES produce FIRST CLASS Tobacco, that pays. Start right, order the REST for vonr locality and thus realize the LARGEST RETURNS possible from the crop. Catalogue sent Vuv.r. on supplication. R. L. LAGMX.i SEED CO., dee 24 Hyeo, Va. Notice. Having qualified as Executor of the es- j tate of Kobert J. lieacom, deceased, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance county, this is to notify all persons holding claims against the said estate, to present them to me duly authenticated, on or be fore the 15T11 DAY' OF DECEMBER, 192. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate must make immediate payment. This 15th December, 1H91. THOMAS N. BEACOM. Executor of Roliert J. Beacom. dee'd. Luc r anu uy virtue ot an execution in : my bands issuing from the Superior Court : of Vance county, on a judgment in favor of John Berkerj", vs. The Henderson Water j supply to., and Wolthman, Keith tic Co., : 1 shall sell fur oash, by public auction, to : the Highest bidder, at the Court House i djr, in Henderson. Vance county, N. C, ' ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JANU-j ARV, 1892, at 12 o'clock noon, the works and plant of The Henderson Water Supply j " Co., and Wolthman, Keith & Co., together i , with all rights, privileges and franchises thereof, particularly so far as the same re late to the receiving of fares or tolls. Said pi operty embraces the pipes already laid! on Garnett, William, Charles, Fair j Ground, Rowland, Montgomery, Breckin- j rid ere and nerharis o.lier streets of the ! town of Henderson and on the road and path to Fox's pond, the Stand-pipe and ' foundations, two boilers and fronts, two j pumps and attachments and the buildings ; and walls and attachments at the pumping ( : stat-on on Fox's pond, W. IL SMITH, j : Sheriff of ar.ee Co., N. C. , 1 Henderson, N. C, Nov. th 1391. dec 17 j Tolacco Tenants Wantel j . the new Tobaeeo Belt- in the counties surrounding Kins ton. Vj The Surest Bemedy For indigestion, co9tivemess, and fiick-hendacbe is Ayet'a Pills. The harsh, drastic purgatirea, onco deemed indispensable to a "thorough cleaning out" of the system, have given place to milder and more sfeilfttlly-prepared laxatives. Foremost among these are Ayor'a Pills. Being composed of t'M essential principles of the most effective cathartics, without calomel or any other injurious drug, no ill effects ever follow their tise. For this reason, these Pills are everywhere recommended as the best family medicine. Their sugar-coating makes them easy to take, and preserves their medicinal strength in any climate and for an indefinite length of time. "I ws a suffewr.'for years, from cBronlc dyspepsia and liver troubles, and found no permanent relief until I commenced taking Ayer's IMHs. They have effected a complete cnre.w-u. w. Mooney. Walii Walla. W. T. 4 "I was master of sailing vessel for a number of years, and never latlftl m vide a good supply of Ayer's Pills, for the use of both office and men. Thev kr SSSf.1!- HolJlnson- - Fair Ilaven, Conn. Bilious "During several months past 1 liavc heeh subject to attacks of bad headache, without being able to remove the trouble by medical treatment. In looking through Ayer's AI raanac I read the statements ol persons cured of similar attacks by the use of Ayer'f Cathartic Pills, and was induced to give them a trial. Tbey bave benefited mo so much that I consider it ray dnty to mention .v iud. i..t;i-u i uuico. . rms oi tne uo.iy. Having tried a variety of Mrs. Mary Guymond, Flint Village, Fall remedies, iDCIudliiR warm baths, with only , temporary relief, about Uuvc months ago I I have now used Ayer's Pins in my faro. began the use of Ayer's Pills, and already ly for seven or eight years. Whenever I I my health is so much improved that I nave an attack of headache, to which I an ! gladly testify to the superior merits of tins very subject. I take dose of Ayer's Fill medicine." M'anooj Jorge I'ereira. oporto and am always promptly relieved. I fnd ,' Portugal. them equally beneficial in colds ; and, in my "1 have used Ayer's Pills for the ist family, they are used for bilious complaints thirty years and consider them an Invaluable and otner disturbances with such good effect ! family medicine. I know of no better rem that we rarely, tf ever, have to call in a phy-; edy for liver troubles, and have always found ictan. H. oulaeme, Hotel Voullieme, them a prompt cure for dyspepsia."-James Saratoga Springs, N. Y. I yuinn, i Middle st., Hartford, Conn. Aye IP'S foparri tj m. 1. C. Kia t CO, lonl, Mm. Sold tf ill DraggUs mi Onlin la IMclw YOU cw YOU? WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. An Immense Stock surpassing anything ever brought 'to Henderson before. In Quantity, Quality, Style and Price, YK Still Lead. Oor Patterns are the NWEST, Our Styles the LATEST, Our Prices the LOWEST Enterprise lias tet our course, and Competition must take in its sails. Our jroods have only to be seen to be admired, and to appreciate what they are is to buy them if you are in need of anything in our line. DO you want Clothing that is the Newest Nobbiest Clothing that has character? Ask f or Clothing Designed by DALTIMORE. NEW YORK. LOOK FOR ONE OF OUR LABELS. You will find these Celebrated Goods at OUR STORK And they are without Comparison and Unapproachable. You won't find anything lik- them elsewhere. They speak for themselves. Remember, the call is for the HKST VALUE; you can et it at our OUR STORK every time. WT 1 -l 1 x'i'iiM'i-'r i i . , - v navL'uic .r. ami tines anil Rfithinor , Ulir UOOrs arc Ojicn lor vour reception, our floods are r, 1,. ... .' ., s - . . u read) TOI )OUl inspection. Give US a rail. S. & O. Watkins. T. HOWARD. HOWARD (Succesi'irs to K. : Manufacturer-. - of HARNESS, -. SADDLES, .-' ETC.. (I'trisiter'-. Ohl Staiil. C,i-ii-i- Miiin and Moniuiii'-ry Stnt'tn.) meet all comnetit-vni and give our i.a1i ii- also a full line of Itublwr JiMids, Oil, Van i eaii iii4 r9All kinds of r.-i airing nroniotlv and ell lo:i.- at it Thankful for past favors, we hope to uu I.wmwm. we jit niwii mir di I o 1 33?. by the adrice of friend, I began tUo use of Ayer's PiUa as a remedy tor Wl loisii. cgnsli patiott, hlRh reveri. aad colds. Xbey served me better loan. anytJruKf I had prevloasly irieO, ad 1 used them. In attacks ox ttiat sort ever since." n. W. Ikrslv, Judsonia. Ark. " For urs I haw teensiibjuct toconstt- SwTV. uiujoji ua nervous, iieaaacne, caused ty , Avers rms w m best laey Ime new taued to relieve my;' '. : Attacksi in a abort 'time ; -and. I sua sure my system reuuns iU .tone longer aftrr Oie use of thes Pins, own lias leeu the caso with anv ulher medicine I have ever tried." If. S. Pledge, Weimar, Texas. "For a long time T was a sufferer from stomach, liver, and kidney troubles, expert- severe pains ui the lunihar regtona and other or k:ir.M Aovellie in Runts' Fnmishinir A. F. TAYLOR & TAYLOR, F. Wyatt & Son.) - and - Dealers - in : With a larger stock of Harness, Sallies, Brifilex, Collars, Collar Pads, iIAIm:.Sr:-VHIISf Lap Robes and Dnstmn, Horse Blankets, Curry Comiis anl Brushes, : nd in fact everything in the i.iiiii'- line than we hat c -r kept In-fore, we are le-ti-r tln'i ever wepaied t "m v4-rv Iwst I ; i u :.!: is iln;iinanie. i e csrry i Hii!,!y axles, Jtc. nii.'ible ia!es. it a continuance of the sstiue libwral p.rtToi- f im m piww ym. -4