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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MATtCH 14, 1895
KecgiEg Constantly at it Brings Success. JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING . .US many a new business; ' AkGES many an old business: '"'I'vFitKVES many a large business; VIVES many a dull business; KEbCUES many a lost business; SAVES many a failing business: jECURES success in any business. - ..,'vf"is-'-jdiciously," use the column! - HENDERSON GOLD LEAF. A pro wide awake newspaper, it circulates E v'elv throughout Vance ani adjoining " among an intelligent and prosperous c -V whose trade is well worth seeking and KATES OF ADVERTISING 1 ln. h'2 In. I 3 in. Vi I c I 1 col. 1 -' 1 ! i r.oi ;'.') ; in -!- i r.oi 'oi 4."oi hooi 1200 -.oj :',oo iooiiiooi isoo riM; 4001 nooii:'.oot ikoo .-r.oi r.ooi ttooiinooi 2000 4-,oi c, 00; 10001100 2400 r.--.t TOO!1 1 OOI2000I 200 rv ;."! sr.oiir, 00:2". 001 .".".00 n ,00'1200 2O00I40OOI 7000 M : 1 2 1 Mi 1 1 .". O" I I -2C Ml! 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Ill .i II -111 Mill 1 nmwil Ii. ,ii.f i.flool lo lake rii-k or wait the ,- I.I ..-roll.s In i:i.V. i n v notiees, I t-ol tit ions or respeet. 1 1 eli:ire.l for t tin- 1 tilt; ol one ... ..i I ; mid I i'e eusli must acroinpany . .i. i-i-i'i pt. I n ruses where fi lends mid .'no! tin- puperaiei-oiu-i riu il liorhnr'e in., .e lor 1 lie lirst ten I ! lies iili..ut 7" . .,1 artic-les not exrei iliin; thai in Religious. The revival meetings at the Meth odist Protestant church continue, with increasing interest. Two services are held daily, in the afternoou and at night. Large congregations attend at both raeetiugs. The night service especially draws immense crowds, the spacious building being almost packed, liev. L. I. Dyott, of Newark, X. J., who is conducting the meetings, as sisted by the pastor liev. T. M. John sou, has preached some able and admirable sermons and the people hear him gladly. He is ready of speech with an easy flow ot language and expresses himself in plain, simple terms but always convincing. Deeply in earnest, powerful in appeal and effective in argument, he is at the same time free from sensationalism of any kind. Mr. IJyott's mauuer is pleasing and agreeable out of the pulpit as well as in it and since ht has been among ua he lias made many warm friends and (sincere admirers. -4 - - ( 'liainberlain's Cough Kerned v gives the best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle, and as a seller leads all other prepa rations in this market. I recommend it because it is the hest medicine I ever handled for coiilcIis, colds and croup. A. W. liALIiWlx, Millersville, III. For sale by Meliville Dorsey, druggist. TALK OF THE TOWN Home Comfort Kaiiges vs Imita tions. Ranges like people, are best known at home. The "Ilome Comfort" and cheap er rniigrcs are made within a stone's throw of each other in St. I.ouis. All the leading hotels , restaurants, clubs and public institutions in that city use the "Home Comforts." For each one of I he cheap ranker in use in private fami lies in St. Louis there are IOO "Home Comforts." The last authentic evidence w had on the subject was that the gen- tli'inan who makes the cheap rani?" had a "Home Comfort" in his own kitchen. The "Home Comfort" is the standard in St. Louis. Others are not in it. We lead, others follow. We originate others imitate. THE MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE. SHOULD BE HEEDED. LOCAL LACONICS PICKED UP HERE AND THEREBY OUR EAGLE-EYED REPORTERS. lit mlcrsoii LiMlg-, No. J'-2i, A. r. V A. 31. i. . f, lust 'lucs.las in each month at ; 11 p. in ., ami third 7 lieavis Hall. We carry a full and complete line Staple and "uucy (iroceries. 'AVIS & KOSIv of Tuesday nights at lleiidi-rkon I'liapler, lloyal Arcli .M akiiiia, Ii-.-t-. tin- h. -001111 and touith Tuesdays in a'-h month, at 10 a. m. ( )n I );)! Tor Low Trices Lime, Laths, Shingles, s and Windows, call on John B. Wat kins. lit V barrels nice brinecucuinbersfor W. L. MOSS & CO. 1: nit bed cloth cheaper Ih.iii ever. t Havis Ac Hose's. Mr. L. I. Stainbuck, manager and ', , r for the Slaiubat k Company, will 11 oiih next week lo purchase new .s;u ;ii4 sto.k. ievT. li.irnes has lUst received a ,1 e lot of verv nrettv baby carriages An, I they mother . i are cheap enoun lor darling to have one. every i mr triends. the range people, are i-reltv nun h editing the (ioi.D Lkak tin, week. And that thev have done tin ii- work well is clearly shown. There's one moie to cry for Caslona now. It's a line little boy and our den tal friend Dr. F. S. Harris will set a good example for the voung gentleman. The exhibit of the Citizens Hank, published in this isue, speaks for it -e'!. Hi ndi -ron has cause to be proud of its solid and conservative bankin institution. The indications are that this will be a L'ood year to make a crop of bright tobacco. Uur farmers should bestir and put in cultivation their Manure and cultivate thcmselve best land well. The ladies should visit Walkius' store this week and examine the work-in- of the Maiestie steel range. No bi tter cooking apparatus ever It needs only to be seen to be appre ciated. .1. . Young, president of the lien ilcrsou Huilding and Manufacturing Co.. advertises to sell their valuable plant at public auction on Saturday. Anril Until. See notice for further particulars. Mr. (ico. A. Kosc. of Davis & Hose, will leave to-day tor New 01k to nuy pring ".(oils. He expects to purchase a large and attractive stock and will bae some extra bargains in beautiful and popular new stvles when ho re- 11 turns. Dr. .ludd was up town Saturday, the first tune since the 120th of December He has had a severe spell of sickness ai.d for weeks his life hung in the ba.ance. 1 he Doctor looks well con sidering what he has sutlerrd and is readv for business again. The Henderson Sheet .Metal Works, K. I'. Hayes, Manuger, keep an assortment of tin plate, sheet iron, solder, zinc, cop per, Ac, and will be irlad to have vou call when in need of anything in our line. Harnes Handing, opposite old Kide-Iiirht warehouse. . Tote Fair, Brother Britt. Our attention has been called to an item in the l ubhc Leaver last week touching the Henderson tobacco mar ket as compared with that of Oxford. The article escaped our notice, but we wish to remind Hrother Hritt that we " know a thing or two" which we might be justified in using by way of retaliation, although it is not our prac tice to be personal. IJut now the subject is up, if Oxford is ahead of Henderson on prices why is it that people drive right through the town and come here to sell their sobacco 'i Why did several farmers tell Harris, Gooch & Co. that they brought their tobacco away from there anl sold it with them because they could get more money for it? And why do Oxford men sell tobacco on the Hendersoti market if it does not pay them to do so? JJooni your own town and market, but not at the expense of others. Both are good markets and each may have its peculiar advantages, and while it is our policy to do all we can for Hender son we would not in the least detract from any other place or market by invidious (or odious) comparisous. Tote fair, Brother Hritt. . o There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put togother, and until the last few years was .upposed to lie incurable, lur a great many years doctors pronouueed it a local diseise, anil prescribed local remedies, and bv constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a consti tutional disease, and, therefore, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu tional cure on ttie market. It is taken in ternally in ibises from 10 drops to a tea- spM(iiful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system, iney offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and tes timonials. Address, F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. ;-i7"Sold by druggists. 75c. Cooking Wonder of the Age Now on Exhibition at Watkins Store. It is not necessory to direct the attention of our readers to the large and attractive advertisement of the Majestic Steel Range, ou the opposite page of this paper. You can not fail to see it and seeing is to become inter ested to the extent of reading every word before you top.' This done the next thing is to go and see the range in operatiou after which you will be ready to sound its praises if you do not buy. But before going further you will be desirous of knowing more about this marvelous cooking apparatus than the limits of a single advertisement can set forth. The Majestic is built of wrought steel and malleable iron, materials iu themselyes well nigh indestructible. It is so designed as to attain the greatest perfection in cooking with the least amount of fuel. Artistically constructed without excessive ornamentation, the all-important question of how to save labor and economize fuel and at the same time give the highest results in lasting qualities anil perfection of cook ing is, after all, of chief consideration. And that these ends have been accom plished those who have examined this range are prepared to admit. In short, the Majestic is perfection from what ever point or view you look. Its symmetry is ideal, its beauty is real, its effectiveness is unequalled, its capacity beyond measure, its price the very lowest, and its life beyond calcu lation. It possesses every essential to economic housekeeping, as its construc tive features are such as to insure a small consumption of fuel, uniformity iu baking, perfection in roasting and broiling, ease in management, and the excess in water heating. Its parts in steel and malleable iron are so com bined as to give strength where needed, weight where exposed. It is thor oughly well made iu every particular, is practically indestructible and repairs are not necessary. What more can be said in favor of any range? It seems as if the Majestic possesses every point of excellence and feature ot superiority that can be sug gested. If you are uot fully convinced go to Watkins' store, examine it for yourself aud reuder your verdict accordingly. The Patriotic People of the South Ought to Help the Qoldsboro Rifles. Golbsbobo, X. C, March 2. An Appeal to the Patriotic People of the south : The Goldsboro Rifles, Company D, First Regiment, North Carolina State Guard, have undertaken to mark tho lonz neglected soot, the battlefield of Bentonsnlle, N. C, where so many of the brave heroes of the South fell fighting for a cause that was right. So far they have been successful in raising sufficient funds to pay for a handsome monument, which has been erected. They are now engaged in moYing the sacred bones of the fallen heroes wro fell, to their final resting place near the monument, which is absolutely necessary, as in many instances tney lie bleaching in the sun. The distance to the battle field from this city is near 25 miles, aud the nearest point to rail road 18, consequently the expenses have been very heavy. All the availa ble fund have been exhausted and they now respectfully appeal to a gen erous public for aid, so that they can complete the removal of the dead aud dedicate the monument on March 20th with appropriate ceremonies. Very Respectfully, W. II. II. Cobb, Chairmau, T. II. Bain, Secretary, Bentousville Monumental Committee. Papers interested in the cause will please copy. . . -4 -. Want a Baby Carriage? I have just received the prettiest lot ever seen m llenaerson. ALEX T. BARNES. HOME PRIDE. " When you hear a man abusing his home place," says the Staunton News, ' you may be sure the senti ment is reciprocal, and his departure for some other field would be hailed witn aenght. stand up tor your town, says our contemporary, and 11. ao wnat you can 10 neip along every man who is engaged in a legitimate business. His success will be your success. If youJelt disposed to do it, and could break down every man in town, his poverty would react on you and make you poor also." No man yet has accomplished anything by abusing his home, and it is a sorry man who will do it. Neither does it do a man any good to abuse his neigh bor. This is a great big world, and if a man don't like his location let him move on. Norfolk Virginian. DUKE Cigarettes It is not nickel plate and polish on a range that practical, sensible housewives are seekiner. It is honesty, durability, good cooking, pood baking, abundance of hot water, small consumption ol luel, and ease of management. All these thintrs directly concern the prudent, lov- iug helpmeet to man, and are fully com bined 111 the irrand Majestic. In their manufacture nothing: has been at tempted that does not constitute the chief reouisites to lighten the labor, Charm the servant, and relieve the wife of annoyances on account of underdone 1 or overdone and unwholesome food. Sold in Henderson by S. & C. WATKINS. . Our prices on Shoes are the lowest and we carry one 01 ttie nest assortments in town. Davis & Uose. toUKEf DURHAM I.'. ... . v. . Agifiyi 'W.buKe Sons Mo.'CSl r THE AWE RK IN TOUCH! C0.W I DURHAM, W.C. U.S.. Yi MADE FROM High Grade Tobacco PURE ASS ABSOLUTELY 4a MAJESTIC STEEL RANGES, $.18,00 to $50,00 at Watkins' All grades of tobacco have sold well thin week. Cooper had good receipt and high prices. All brights are in good demand at full prices. MAJESTICRANGES Remember we are prepared to do all kinds of metal roefing, roof painting, &c. Tobacco flues made to order, satis faction guaranteed. Give us a trial. Henderson Sheet Metal Works. R. H. Hayes, Manager. As to Steel Ranges. You can save $10.00 or $12.00 by buying a steel range of S. & C. Watkins. Thev eell the Majestic, identically like but a superior apparatus because it is stronger aud better made, than others sold for a higher price. Call and see for yourself if you have any doubts about it Tobacco Plant Beds. Guano especially adapted for Plant Beds. Also Cotton Seed Meal. Nothing better much. Lassiteu Paumam Co. A Cotton Fertilizer. Purchase only such fertilizers for cotton which contain at least 3 to 4jt actual potash. For Corn, Fertilizers should contain 6f Potash. Poor results are due entirely to deficiency of Potash. We will gladly send you our pamphlets on the Use of Totash. They arc seat free. It will cost you nothing to read them, anil they will save you dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Slrcct. New Voik. Home Comfort Steel Ranges. 294688 Sold UDIO M 1. 1895. '.Yt rivmiums at :ai). 1805. Orinoco Tobacco Guano is King" of the Ooldcn Belt. Davis & Rose are the acknowledged eaders in 1 ow prices. We buv for cash and save discount, sell close and save our customers money. DAVIS & ROSE. Entered for Competition and Awarded Hi" World's Columbian Exposition. Ci-!. California Midwinter Exposition. San Francisco. 1894. World's Internal! & Cotton Cent'l Fx: Now Orlns. i8S.j,-'S5 Alabama State Fair, Montgomery. 188S. Western Fair Association, London. Canada. 189 V Nebraska State Fair, Lincoln. Neb.. 1887. Chattahoochee Valley Exposition, Columbus, da.. 1888. St. Louis Agricultural cv Mechanical Association. 1889. rr C H T I M O 1 I A I- H Dauney, N. C Feb. 18. lS".l.p.-My husband bought not Ions sli ce n Heine Comfort range, with which 1 am much pleased. It cooks eveiything topoifecUon and tenuiie much less fuel thuli any stove we have ever hal. Its many convenience nml,t me regret that 1 did not own one long ago. MKs. K. lU'TLKK. ii Dauney, N. C, Feb. 2."th, ISttj. 1 wish to iuhl my word of rccoinuicndntioii to the many others you have already received for your Home Coiufott ranges. We find the one purchased from you a short time since gives satisfaction in every respect 'I hick particularly it Is vefy economical in the fuel line MKS. .1. K. KCKKOl taiS. Dauxf.y. N. C, Feb. 25, IS'Jj I cheerfully indorse what Mrs. Burroughs says in behalf of the Home Comfort range. It saves one-third of the fuel. 11 . W. CKKWS. o Dabxey, N. C, .Ian. :0th. 18!i.". We are using a Home Comfort range which Is giv ing us entire satisfaction, it wanes peiiecuy, top ami uouom aiiue, ueais ipnchiy. draws splendidly and consumes a very small amount of fuel. It is as uood in ciy resnect as reDresented. s J r.i 1 heats cood "HEN A. lit KKOl tais. " Perhaps vou would not think so, but a verv large proportion of diseases in New York comes from carlessness about catching cold," says Dr. Cyrus Edson. "It is such a simple thing and so common that very few people, unless it is a case of pneumonia, pay any attention to a cold. New lork is one of the healthiest places on the Atlantic Coast and yet there are a great many cases of catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the simplest precaution of ever day life. The most sensible advice is, when you have one get rid of if as soon as possible. Ify all means do not neglect it." Dr. Edson does not tell vou how to cure a cold but we will. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure 'lb and 50 cent bottles for sale by Melville Dorsey, druggist. Before buving goods advertised at cost, look at our stock. We will not be undersold. Davis & Rose. Embroidery silks Thomason'h. of oil colors, at 11. If you are going to buy a range get the best. The Majestic is the best be yond, above and superior to all others. It is also the cheapest by r-'0.0O. Is not that an item worth considering, even if the Majestic was no better but as good as some other ranges? S. & C. Watkins sell them and back up every sale with n guurantH Cooper's Warehouse has been making tine sales this week. C. Ii. KUiiigton raked in a good pile of Greenbacks, his prices being $15, 2), 22, oo, :.i, 47, .12. W. U. Waller's prices were ?17, 24, 35, 4i(. W. II. O'Briant, S15, 24, 2ti, 40, 54. W. A. Faulkner, Sli, 19, 40. T .). Hollowav, 17, IS, ;!5, 47. .1. L. Kelly, JIG, 20, 22, 27, X. Bass and Bass, jlti, 17, o4, iz, 44. Try Cooper with your tobacco. He will make you tine sales and save you money. Xow is a good time to sett for lull prices. Mt -is. (Jould and Hill, leprcsentiiii; the Majestic Range Co., are here this week exhibitim; this wonderful cooking apparatus :it Watkins' store. They are clever ami agreeable gentlemen and make triemls lor themselves as wed as the uraud Maiestic, of all who call. Watkins store, a popular place a'.ways. is especially so this week. Everybody wants to see the Majestic steel rane. hence the crowds daily visiting there. And seeing is being convinced that as a cooking machine the Majestic is simply great perfec tion itself. The Stainhack Company oiler some genuine bargains in dry goods, winter shoes, hats, etc. Their entire stock of these goods is otl'ered at prime cost until April 1st. to make room ior spring stock. Now is the thauce to get bargains. Nice lot of white goods just received, to which the alteutiou of the ladies is invited. We surrender our editorial space this week to an open letter to ex-Senator Ransom from Mr. W R. Henry. That the article will be read with ab sorbing interest there can be no doubt. It is written in Mr. Henry's usually terse and vigorous manner, aud al though severely caustic, is classical in style aud finish, and carries its own comment. A severe rheumatic sliiiiildcr had troubled well known druggist of f'T over six months. pain in the left Mr. J. H. Loper. a Des Moines, Iowa, At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anv ihiii. With all he could do he could not net rid of it until he applied Clianilierlain's Pain Balm. " I onlv made three applica tions of it," he say-, " and have since :ecn tree from all pain." He now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for sale bv Melville IWsev, druggist. A few more odds and ends to be closed out before spring regardless of price. Dams k Rose. Vance County's Magistrates. Mr. J. H. Bridget's who returned from Raleigh yesterday was thoughtful enough to briug us a list of the magis trates appoiuted by the Legislature for Vance county. They are as follows : Henderson To till vacancies : S. P. Kearney, colored, J. II. Satterwhite, colored, E. T. Currin, W . A. Helvin, Euoch Towel!. New ones : M. S. Duke, Julius Speed, colored, Z. T. Garrett. Kittrell Vacancy : Thomas Rur well, colored. News : II. A. Fiuch, P. A. Robbitt, James P. Huut. Sandy Creek New : J. II. Foster, colored, Eugene Thoruc, J. II. Rail. Middleburg Vaucancy: W. 13. Hen derson, colored, Peter Hester, S. V. Satterwhite, Thomas F. Wiggins. New: E. R. Wiggius, Alfred T. Jones, S. P. Satterwhite. Nutbush Vacaucy : Jas. A. Bul lock, colored, Richard Wilson, William Kersey, colored. New : Thos. Ileu drick, colored, James Caudle, Oscar Burwell, colored. Towuesville New : C. II. Daves, colored. B. Harris, R. G. Sueed. Williamsboro Vacancy : Allen P. Eaton, colored, J. L. Kelly. New : Peter B. Sueed, colored, II. T. Shank, A. P. Wyche, colored. Dabney Vancy : James Parham, G. W. Wright, 11. A. Wilson. New : Lewis Dauiel, colored, A. II. Parham, J. L. Capps. . - Homo Comfort Steel lCunges. Common, every day people can oper ate them easily aud with the best results. It doesn't require an expert, a profes sional cook and a free lunch counter to convince people. People takethe"Hoine Comfort" on faith and they areneverdis appointed. It takes faith and expert work both to make others go. - One thousand yards of the celebrated Caraleigh Gingham. Pretty new patents. The price only C'i cents per yard. S. & C. Watkins. A New Pastry Cook Hook. Miss L. A. Willis, Principal Baltimore Cookinir School, has compiled a new Pastry Cook Book, which is being dis tributed to the patrons of the well known llorsford Bread Preparation, the repu tation of the author renders the book of soecial value. Mail one wrapper from a package of llorsford Bread Preparation .. .. e .... - i tit i 1 1 : to tne itumioru unemieai wonts, x rovi- dence, R. I., and a copy will be sent free. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly For April. The April number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly contains a beautifuly illustrated article, replete with per sonal interest and of real practical valuel entitled "How to become a Prima Donna." This paper, written bv W. de Va2staffe. embodies actual talks with four of the reigning operatic stars of tho present season namely, Mines. Emma Eames, Lillian Nordica, Zelie de Lussau and Jessie Bartlett Davis. Other pictorial and literary features of this number are, a biograph ical sketch of Count Yamagata, the coutempoary Japanese Vou Moltke, written expressly for Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly by Teiichi Yamagata, a near relative ot the great x lekl Mar shal: a charming and seasonable account of the legendry of "Easter Eggs." by Mrs. Leicester Addis; au authoritive account of "The Eisteddfod - . nr. . 1 :.. TT. C 1.. (no " 111 II UICS illlU 111 llic jmn,u uim.,, bv ex-Postmaster General Thomas L James : entertaining reminiscences of some "Ecceutric Dinners, " by Howard Paul: "The Wor d Awheel," being a chapter on the evolution of the bicycle aud la Keinne Bicydette, by Henry Tyrrell; "Homes in Japan," by George Donaldsou ; "New York News boys", bv Kathleen Mathew; the '-Nat ural History of Cocktightiug," by Er nest Itigersoll ; and "Taxidermy as an Art," with illustrations by V. II. Drake, written by Frank A. Chapman, of the Americau museum of natural History. There are also a number of good short - 4 jenis by dis tinctive writers. Are Best As Well As Cheapest. Nothinir but the very best materials enter into the manufacture of the cele brated Majestic steel and malleible iron ranges. These facts stated neea any thing be said of its lasting qualities'; The intellicrenfc reader will see that for himself. The life of a range depends on quality more than on the weight of ma terial. A range made oi cast uuu wrouerht iron is heavier, but on account of its inferior character will not last half so loner, as one made of malleable iron and wrourrht steel weighing mucn Iss. It is a well established fact, that ransres made of malleable aud wrought nteel and best gray iron are in every way nnerior to ramres made of wrought and east iron, or of cast iron wholly. If you want to learn more about the Matchless Maiestic tlie rrreacisi: coonn-5 machine of the age call at o. & c. ar- kins store this week and see it in oper ation. Webuv for cash and in largequantities, by so doing, are prepared to Meet the Closest Competition. DAVIS fc nussa. Louirhlin's restaurant and oyster Kfihion. on the corner next to S. A. Li. denot. is the olace to go when vou want a. good meal for little money. Also canned goods, confectioneries, to bacco, cigars, fruits, vegetables, chickens, eggs, butter, &c. Any one wishing a bill of lumber cut cheap, in small or large quantities, win leave orders at the coal vara, x urn prepared to do it on short notice. J. g. POYTHRESS. We know of some vain people who would willingly die if they could be assured of the eulogizing services of Mr. Bunn. Raleigh Press. And his helper? Home Comfort vs Other Itanges. Competent and reliable persons who are using the "Home Comfort" and who have examined other ranges say that the Home Comfort is immeasurably sup rior in vital points. Some say they pre fer it by $25.00, others say they would rather have it at double the price asked for cheaper ranges. If you want Sugar in hundred pound lots, vou would do well to price Davis & Rose's stock before buying. . - . The attention of the ladies is especially invited to a beautiful line of nice Spring Dress Goods being received at 11. THOMASOS s. When vou want a nice stew of oysters, or wish to buy the "pearly birds of the deep" by the measure, call on J. J. Loughhn, Jr., on the corner, next to railroad passenger depot. He keeps them always on hand, fresh and of the finest quality, and sells at reasonable prices. If vou need wall paper call on Davis & Rose. They have a large stock at very low prices. Car load Salt just received. H. Thomaso.v. -o Daiisey, N. C, Feb. 5, lSy.V 1 have Just replaced a cast Iron stove which I used only hve months with a Home Comfort range, the range is by fur the most peit.ct baker I have ever used. 1 would t.ot take 100.00 for it if I could not get another one like it. L. KIXI.Y. o Cari.ton, N. C, Feb. 20, 1S01. My Home Comfort i.inge perforins to my entiie satisfaction. It heats rapidly, bakes excellently and is very economical in the amount of fuel required to operate it. T- B A KN ES. doesn't consume more and rapid I v and does A. .1. " Kl : 1 11. Dauney, N. C, Feb. 11, 1805. My Home Comfort lange than half the fuel my cast iron stove did. It bakes uniformly all its work in a very satisfactory manner. o After giving tho Home Comfort range a fair test 1 can say that it Is in cvciy ic cnnut rtMtrpiif nti-d to inn when 1 bouidi t it. It is bv far the most Convenient mid sat - r- ---- - - r - , .... i i ..I isfactory cooking apparatus 1 have ever used. -o- B. F. MOSS. The prettiest : and most complete line Sold only from wagons by the Company's authorized salesmen ff r,..l 4- I ... : 4-.... :.. ..Lnrn I by Davis & Rose. Winter Seed Oats at Thomason'b. Come to see us and in price and quality. we will please vou DAVIS & ROSE. Headquarters for Dry Goods and No tions is Davis te Kose s store. 1 hey will not be under sold aud show the best variety in town. The story that Senator Ransom speaks a half dozen languages and knows how to be sdent in every one of them, may or may not be true but that he knows how to write in any cf them no man living can testify. Morganton Herald. The Majestic steel range is the best be cause it is more strongly built. It is also the cheapest by $ 10.00 or $12.00. Is this not worth saving, when you get a cooking apparatus made from the same patterns and of better material than others sold at a higher price? Call and see for yourself. S. & C. Watkixs. PROTECTION from the grip, pneumonia, diphtheria, fever and epidemics is given by Hood's Sarsapa rilla. It makes PURE B LOO D. STATEMENT Of the Condition of the Citizens Bank, of Henderson, N. C, at the Close of Business on the 5th day of March, 1895, Made at the Call of the State Treasurer. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, $'J,1 1 .01 Overdrafts, l,42.7.'l Due from Banks, (iH,0."i-t.44 Due from private Bankers, 400.N0 Furniture and fixtures, J,-iii.'.m Current expenses, 12."i.20 Cash items, Jl.HlG.liO Cash ou haud, 2:,!ii;4 .." Just received, a car load of Hay. H. Thomason. The MAJESTIC is Twenty Dollars cheaDer than anv other range on the market. New Shoes. Try a pair of Crossett's Shoes they are the best to be had. Perfect in style and fit. Every pair warranted. You can find them at DAVIS & HOSE'S. The MAJESTIC is the cheapest, most economical and most durable range on the market. S. & C. Watkins Bell them. . - -4- Advertising Brings Its Reward. Have vou tried Obelisk Flower? It is the best in town. Davis & Rose, Winter Seed Oats large stock on hand. H. Thomason. Total, LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in, Undivided profits, Deposits subject to check, Due to Banks, Due to i : iv;ite Bankers, Cashiei ' cheeks outstanding, Certified checks, $20:J,27r.71 4 ooo.oo l.i.it.i'.i 154,l.2.o:$ 72S.44 Kill l,72,.).i4 47o.OO Pharmaceutical Era.l When a man makes up his mind to buv auvthing he instantly passes in re view before Ins mind's eye an tne various advertisements which he can remember beariug upon the article which he desires to purchase. It may he that a new stove is the cause of this mental activity. If it is, the pages of the leading magazines, periodicals, signboards, may be for years past, are called before him, and the stove which has been most largely advertised is aure to have the preference. Iu case the man is commissioned to purchase an undesignated cake of soap, or a not otherwise specified box of liver pills, the same rule holds good, aud in 'answer to the inquiry, " What kind?" the persistent advertiser obtains his just reward. . . . We have examined the MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE and find it to be with out doubt the best range on the market to-day, besides being cheaper by $20.00. . - - Plant bed Cloth. All grades prices guaranteed to be the lowest. IJAVIS iV HOSE. If vou need a bath tub, closet, or other water fixtures, examine our prices. Hen derson Sheet Metal Works, R. R. Hayes, Manager. We can save you money if you will only let us. Call and examine our stock ol new goods. DAVIS & ROSE. See S. & C. Watkins' advertisement of MASESTIC STEEL RANGES on anoth er page of this Issue. Public printing seems to be a public scandal. Raleigh Press. That's the way it looks to an outsider. Total, $20.1,270.71 I. William A. Hunt, Cashier of the Citizens Bank, do solemnly swear that we can supply your wants at lower prices i (jie above statement is true to tin? ncsi than any compeditor. DAVIS & HOSE. 0f ,ny knowledge and belief. II,1,IA.M v. in i , t uwuier. With 28 years' unbroken experience and ample capital at our command to buy strictly for cash, we feel sure in saying Be sure and see the MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE at S. & C. Watkins'. Your orders will attention. receive our personal DAVIS & ROSE. I am prepared to supply blacksmiths with coal, in large or small quantities. The best for their business. Priceseheap. J. S. POYTHRESS. A new lot of Kid Gloves and Hosiery just received all shades and styles. DAVIS & ROSE. Home) Comfort Steel Itanges. Three gold medals and one silver medal at the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans, 1884-83; six highest awards at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chi cago. lSU.'i; six gold medals at Califor- nia Midwinter international t,xposiuou, San Francisco, 1894; highest awards at every State. National ami International exposition at which they we entered for eompetiou. This is the recwid of the "Home Comfort." Where were the I cheap ranges when tnese competitions were going on? Echo answer, where? . - - Interesting to Tobacco Growers. Every planter in the tobacco belt knows that the Gravelys, of Henry county, who are justlv celebrated as manufacturers of tine grades of tobacco, buy only the finest leaf tobacco to be had, and for this reason the following letter from Messrs. B. F. Gravely & Sons iu reference to some tobacco raised bv the well known " Stone wall" brand will be read with much interest bv those who have not yet decided what brand of fertilizer tbey will use on their tobacco this season : Leatherwood, Henry Co., Va., Feb. 13, 1895. Mr. Chas. S. Turiter, AgeDt for the sale of Stonewall Tobacco Fertilizer, Axton, Va. De.ir Sir: We have bought a large onantitv of leat tobacco at the barn in our countv. and are frank to say that the best tobacco we have seen was raised by the use of Tinsley's Stonewall Tobacco Fertilizer. We hope you will continue to furnish our april 18. B- F. GRAVELY" & SONS. . S &. C. Watkins have a line of the cele brated MAJESTIC STEEL and MALLE ABLE IRON RANGES on their floor this week ranging in price from $38.00 to $5O.00. They are tAr best in the market. Anyone who contemplates buying a rauge should certainly see them before I buying elsewhere. Battleboro, N. C, Feb. 14th, '95. 3Ir. F. S. Royster, Tarboro, N. C. Dear Sir: I will take forty-five tons of Orinoca Tobacco Guano. Twenty-one tons to be delivered at Whitakers or Enfield; the balance of twenty-four tons to be delivered at Battleboro, N. C. I can buy other goods for less money but I want Ori noca. Very truly yours, J. B. PHILLIPS. Hon. Jos. B. Phillips, ex-Senator of "ViL-.h countv. is one of the most successful tobacco planters in the South He has bought Orinooc largely for three sucessive seasons. We have all kinds of climate, from that of the Sahara in the sandy deserts of Arizona to that of the Amazon in South Florida and that of Greenland in Northern Idaho and Montana. And we have been experiencing the full benefit of every variety this winter, certain. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tiou. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist, and it is guaran teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimple, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood will drive out malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure malarial fevers. For the cure of sick headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters, tntire satisfaction guar an teed or money refunded. Price 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at Melville Dorsey 's drug store. Salt! Salt!! Car load just received. H. Thomason. Clover seed and seed potatoes. Davis & Rose. Life is a warfare, and those who climb up and down steep paths and go through dangerous enterprises are the brave men and the leaders in the camp, but to rest basely at the cost of others' labor, is to be a coward, sale because despised. The MAJESTIC is the best. fied with no other. Be satis- For the next GO days we will sell imrirnins in Drv Goods and Notions to make room for spring stocK. DA IS & UUS1Y Hay ! Hay ! ! A car load just in. II. Thomason. The ladies should call at Thomason 8 and inspect the new Spring Dress Goods which he lias just received. HBiUiiESSI IMPROVED tfl 3 STYLE (ODNpnlb lloMJp ftp M Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of March, 18J.",. P. T. Jones, Notary Public Correct Attest. J. B. Owen, ii Mr; Directors. V . fS. 1 A Ilk K1C, J. P. Taylor, AUCTION SALE OF Valuable Mill and Machinery. SIIIL FAMILY RANGE, Home Comfort Range". When others claim that th-ir ranges are made from the "same patterns" as the "Home Comfort," and are "identi cally like" it, it looks to a man up a tree like a confession of the superiority of the "Home Comfort." We challenge for the "Home Comfort" a comparison with any range on this or any other market as to quality of material used, strength of construction, protection to exposed parts, finish and cooking qualities. Wrouoht Iron Rangk Co. When you come to Henderson do not fail to call on Davis ii Rose, i ney are onthphuntfor new customers ana will offer great inducements. The new Czar of Russia has liber ated or modified the punishment of 20,ooo prisoners, thus giving them good reason to thank heaven for the death of his father, whom he thus confesses was a tyrant and oppressor. You can buy an nil wool dress at our store for half the old price. DAMS &. ROSE. A S DIRECTED BY THE STOCK- J. holders of the Henderson Building Manufacturing Company, at a meeting held on the 10th day of March. 1HU5, 1 will offer for sale, at nublic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, iu front of my olliceon Garnett street. Henderson, N. C, ON SATURDAY. APRIL 25 I'll. 105. at 12 o'clock ni., all the property rights of franchise of said Com nan v. This is valuable property and consists of a two-storv. metal roof brick building and about 2)4 acres of land on Eastern suburbs of Henderson ; a good engine anil miner, and all necessary machinery, shafting pulleys and belting for running a planing mill and wood-working establishment ; v valuable charter : a goid lot of benches tools, and other fixtures. A nice lot lumber alreadv drv. This sale is made for settlement of the business of said Company and division nniniui the stockholders. The plant is valuable and well located and has a switch from R. R. running into the yard. For further information apply to J. R. YOUNG. President, Henderson, X. C. t-STSpecial terms may be obtained on application. This sale will take plac promptly unless sold privately before that time. Seed Time floain. Vy Xi fV 'Vi..- 1 t S3t v'y V:-'s V-P A RAIN RESISTER. A in A nerfect protection for good clothing. nerfect protection from catching Cold rainy or stormy weainer. When you buy a Mackintosh it pavs to buy a good one, ninl that U the kind we can sell you. All qualities nnu comix. Prices to Miit. Bia cut In prices on Overcoat and w in ter Clothing. New spring goods an iving. Just om iici1 the prettiest line of Hats ever wen in llendiison. All shapes-all styles all prices. Come and see. S. & 0. WATKINS, Leading Clothiers and Gents' Furnishers, m:Nii:KstN, x. c. Notice. 13 red i 1RTI E OF POWER CONFI.R- uiion me lv a J rust uccii execute! by M. Hawkins and wife, i. A. Hawkins, on the 'nu nay ot .laiiuary, is'.i.i, which is duly registered ill Vacce county. Book is, ...... I ! !.-. llllVlkl V 'l-flll. u'I't I page '., i si iu 1 1 on .'i. ... i . 1 1 1 1. i ii DAY OK MARCH. lW.". sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following valuable real estate, to-wit: 1. One certain lot or parcel of land situ ated iu Henderson. N. O, on the corner of Orange and Chestnut streets, being i5'i feet by 150 feet, and being the lot on which is erected a two-story frame residence and other buildings. . One lot or jiarcei of land In Hender son, N. C, ou Rock Spiing street, adjoin ing the lauds of John W. Vaiighan, Rock Spring street, William Merrriian and others, being lot on which is erected a two-room cottage. ;i. Two lots of land situated in Hender son. N. C, adjoining the Methodist church lot. Church street, the couit house, square, A. C. Zollieoffer lots. Mis I). W. llaidee and Dr. F. R. Hanis lots ;the same being the 2 vacant, lots in rear of Mrs. Hardee's and the Methodist church. 4. One tract or parcel of land situated in Vance county, N. C, adjoining the lands of E. G. Brodie'i. elate, .1. II . I '- 'ill, W. 11. h. Burgwyn, W. W. Rcayi nnd others, containir.g l.Vi acres mote or li-. All of tin- above property is fully le- scrllM'd ill the said Deed of 1 rust. 1 his sale is made by consent and at the request of parties Interested. fl.io ,,, ... litli 1UT Trustee. What are the chief claims to excellency and superiority in the Majestic steel range, do you ask? If we consider the ubstantial construction, ease of manage ment, economy of oieration and cneap- uess of price, we readily arrive satisfactory conclusion. Call at kins' store and see for yourself. at a Wat- Wanted. All the trade we can get. Will give better goods for the same price or same coods for less price than any compedtitor. Davis & Rosk. Orinoco Tobacco Guano is King of the Golden Belt. THE MOST remarkable cures on record have been accomplished by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is unequalled for all BLOOD DI8EA8E8. See Them Before You Buy. An invitation is given the public to visit Watkins' store and examine the Majestic Steel range, a lot of which have just been received. It is the best built, strongest made and most perfect cooking apparatus on the market. Competent wnlo-p hore. unions them persons who have bought other makes, pronounce it ahead of anything of the kind they have seen. And it is sold for less money, too. Guaranteed in every way. If you are going to buy a range or cook stove it will be to your interest to see Watkins 6tock and get his prices before doing so. When Baby was sick, we gave her C&storla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Wagons f 2.1.00 each at Crow & Mars ton's, Henderson, N. C. For the hest and earth, go to CHKAI'KST SllOKH on HARDEE'S. For Evening Dresses and Shirt Waists fverv thread silk Big line of China's at 2.1 cents per yard. S. ..v. C. Watkins. Go to H. Thomason's Silks, all colors. for Embroidery B,. W. J. JUDD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ' 0?ers his professional services to the citizens of Henderson and vicinity. Another year is jono ami airain I wish to call the atten tion of my friends and the pub lie generally to my stock ol Fresii and Reliable Garden and Field SEED. I have a well selected vari ety and ood supply on hand and am receiving additions daily. My stock of 3rugs. Paints, Oils Tobacco, bnutt, Cigars, Toilet and Laundry Soaps, Colognes, Handkerchief Lx- tmrts. &c. is larger ana more complete than ever. Particular attention paid to fillintr PRESCRIPTIONS and Family Recipes. Thanking the public for its generous patronage, I solicit a continu ance of the same. ill spare no effort to merit it. MELVILLE DORSEY, i Wholesale and Retail Dru&ist. j his February 1Mb. Ki". A.C. ZOLLH 'OFFER, Notiff?. Y VIRTUE OFT' IK LICENSE AND y power contained iu iui oider of the Superior Court of Vance cunity, made on the 1Kb day of Januaiy. ls-.i.., m a secial proceeding therein penit :..,,,(: W. K. I.rauy, Auuunisiraior ie ioms non ruin testainento annexo. of Mi. J.-.iey liai. deceased, vs. Mrs. Jennie liavi et nl . 1 shall on MOMJA1 . 1 II K 2 .1 II JA r MARCH, is'.".-., sell for cash at puMlC auction, at the court liou-e door tn llei:.ei son, N. C, the lolloping descnO. I iel estate, being the share of the leal Mate of Mrs. Lucy Davis allotted to I'.uekner Davi. T. A. Davis, and Mrs. Ilo.a .Meaii- ows, sam pailies naving taiieu io pay me amount asses-ii their shares tnuii teai estate consists of lots in and near the ton of Henderson, descnlM-d as follows : Share No. 4 in the Davis partition, allot ted to Buckler Davis, U-mg lot o. 4 In nlan b.. containing 7 acres, lyir.g near tne corporate limit of the town, on the Kit trell road, near we resilience oi teorg Orerishaw, E-.;aloa lot in the town of Henderson, n.-ar the residence of the late W II mot Wood. Share No. .". allotted tit T. A. iUvi, being lot No. 1 In plan b , of 'nid Davi partition, containing about .V3 acies, lying on the Kittrell road ; two lot in town, near the residence of Mr. Oven Davi. Share No. 2. allotted V Mrs. Dor Meadow, h intr lot No 2 iu tdan a., of Davis Tiail.lion. ou Aicn -the 1 . . m, 1 "V - n.ii.. - I -o loin o. i. ai:i ( iu v u ifcontainiiig 0; acres, on me ow mhwiht: mill road Keference jThereby made to the plot and rciKrtift:olnfi.i.si(,ners in t:e iaru tion piofjQj,,,, 4.,,titlel Ja. R Davi., etalfs uoi!e Cheatham, for accurate. b"unaries T he plot can b- seen at the n,!.?of Mr. J. II. Bridgets. Miis February VJth, 1"J. W. E. BRAD V, Admii.istiator J b. n. c. t. a. or Mr. Lucy Davis, dec d. J. II. BitiWEits. Attorney. KOI ICE. A wawt everr man and woman In the? ' : .. ,,. iiiinm ana or the w Dinky eas- " ; V. free. Box Sc., ana w - "