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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF- THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895.
r.w business. fl"rrr"; irf business; . s- K -'tS cany a Urge business. ."""vFS many a dull business; 'UrtJKS rr.ar.y a lost business; " 'i- v. s many a Sailing busines; " 'V.-'; i hps success in any business. ConstaiitlatUBrings Success. DICIOUS ADVERTISING use the columns A pro- . . .. H : rinnsl V ,om r,OLD LEAF. ; r,rr,.lat j ncwsiiaii t "''"'Yt-r . -Hut Vance an adjoining v' r-ar'ntellipent and prosperous ""'sc trade is well worth seeking anc 1 s 1 ES OF ADVERTISING. -j. j .1 in.j tic I tic. j 1 col. 1 ". i !): 4T.OI WOO! 1200 r;.n: r,iio!iinii lr.oo .J (111! SOU' 1 .'OOt 1HOO r.oll '.OOlir.Ooj L'OOO noo 1000100; :uoo T (III 1 1 OO JOOO! Ii 00 -,,' h.-,ii:i:,ini j.'im! sr.oo ill I'OO JOXD lOOOi 7000 mi i ",n't ';oh r,r.oM r(oo , i i i H i :;." o ''" oo i 1 oo oo ,li-,-mens t'lln- published . t-i in -.? pai'l t--.r iii , i t s:i.l' tor a shorter lime j- considered transient . i. inliK-'l quarterly In.-IltS pll'llisllCll f'-r a lit-;. t' wppear among ! i').;it!i-l 10 cent k per ,11, ;iii l .'i i:i-iits per line ., i'. ;il ei. i Mi such lis inlnilnlH ,i - n'liiices, commission summons to non t.c Vt.sirto-d form rt-s i i, . ii i hey exceed a w liWIiYnse we Tf . ,i i r own price. All lAIIt Hill IN Al ,:itil,n IS Mllllll Sllnl !.:.! t.i' a.ic risks or wait tlic . I -...II-. t.. p i v. , , ,,, tiii s i. -i.liiti'.ns of respect, ii .r'i il' l'-r Jit lln- rati- ol one ;il. tl.K-ill must siii-ompiitiy i,i . In cases where ti Wnils ami '.. ,'. . i.. i :ii.-. .iih-i i i:i it no charge .,r Hi' The sudden death of Mr. Medicus P. Travis, at his home in Dabney, last Friday evening, is peculiarly gad. He was a good man, a kind neighbor, de voted hush and, loyal citizen and Chris tian gentleman, and will be sadly missed in the commuuity. He leaves a wife and seven children. A friend who who kuew him well pays a merited and fitting tribute to the character and worth of the deceased in another part of this paper. Kvr,y mother will be interested in the xtcn.sive and exquisite display of Baby I'iii rijjgeH at S. ii C. Watkins. ' If you want something of 1 he kind you can not fail te be pleased, Co and nee them. pi 1: 11 first tin I .in ii '' ui ..) I . xi i-i .linn mat in 1 Z: THE TOWN A I. I-ACONlCS PICKfcD UP HERE AND TIIEKEUYOUK EAGLE-EVKI- . r. v v. i. I 'ltiesdas iii ciiclt month at :,i,.l third Tuesday niiilits at v'ls liall. I.i- l l. nil. r.oii luil r, Itoj BI imr ii llHHIIIlk, . !- tin- m coihI ami tout tli TueMlays in !,",..!, ti, at 1') a- I". I:or Low Prices Lime Laths, Shingles, u s ami Windows, call on John IL V ATKINS. - . . barrels nin- brinei-iii-iiml-rsfi)i v. i:. moss co. .lilt b'-'l e! Iii-api-r than ever. Ivis & Uosk'h. Wul Wall tt has joined the i . . i .... i : i,.. in.um ami uaiu'V snow;, uuiu irn iii.- North M-veral days ago. 11 i 1 I..MWI t fulfil I It 4-11. .V. H''?v- uyiiJL- H VI" Hi'- prili. uln if he has been buying new t iil' -to. k tor Davis & Uo-e. He in. i 1 to rive his custo- J.. a! new - is short this week, i he i:..r was , , intiiied to his room from j.dav mii.l Tuesday and this issue i. i.,...i, ....I in, ini.li-r ilillii iilt v in coii- m "... . . i -J it,iii'ii. i'. jV. 11. Smith, sherill' of Vance tpilv, advertises to soil at public fi-tioii mi tin' lii-t Monday in May. .. lots i.f landat (Jillbur. See notice jf tiiii parlii ular.s. I.. i !.. r ;. l it. r..11n..itw. . liiauil l ill ll i.-iic inv; iiiiiuMiu. hv an- tin- Douglass legislators like i' s,,u!, whii h may be judged at the frt i!"ir" l.itaiise neither can give i . ii-e ior their misdeeds. Mi --I-. Walter Ihu well and K (i. r.l. lilt yesterday for Memphis, i nn., in look alter tneir niicresis in si. it,- of the late Sonny" Sneed. flit-v will he away about two weeks. Mi . I. !".. Clarke, of Newport News, h.-re having some lots surveyed . purpose of selling them oil". real es- Clarke e who wish to invest in wmi'.il do well to see Mr. M. and Mrs. D. 1 Hunting ('. Iioughlin have s circus, which the s w i- lis 111 iMson at Norfolk yesterday. billed for a number ol ex the Ktstern part of the Mothers, try a pair of the Little Giant School XhoeH, the bent children Shoes made. I- or Hale bv Tuk Btaimiack Co. - . - . . . The "MajeFtie" Malleable and Steel IiangCMie brxt. I'riee $iX.(H) with 17 gallon copper boiler arid 33 piee8 ware. We sell it low bi cause we save heavy xperiKe of men, mule.saud wagons haul ing them around. We guarantee it. march 2H-4 o S. &. C. WATKINS. We can save you money if you will only let us. Call and examine our stoek of new goods. DAVIS & KOSK. A Peculiararity of Man A Sober Sec ond Thought. He was leaving a crowd when the work of the late ropulist-Ilepubliean Legisla ture had befti fully discuswd. There was a happy look on his face which sud- nly vanished, lie put his liana to his temple, "I guess I'fMrunt up some quiet place and kick myself, that's what I'll Jo," Baid he. ."What 8 the matter.'" asked a friend who had overtaken him. I have been letting the calcium light of reason and common sense into the opa lescent mist of mv populist ic enthusi- ... .... ..-, . . Ol J asm," tie replied, "uat ao you mean. I mean that I have tust figured it our, that for three vears I have followed these how lers for reform and made a darn fool of mvself. Whv just look at the work of that cussed crowd at Raleigh and their methods of reform." And he walked away in a thoughtful and reflective frame of mind for one time at leant. X. . We call special attention to our line of Ladies' Shirt Waists. Prices 25, oOe, 'c. The Stainback Co. . -. Prettiest line of ladies' umbrellas in town. Large variety from which to Iiet. Very nobby and chenp. II. Thomasox. . . A few more odds find ends to be closed out before spring regardless of price. Davis v Hose. Y. M. C. A. Closed. It is indeed with regret that we announce the closing ol the loung Men's Christion Association rooms in Henderson. A lack of funds necessary to keep the institution going is the cause. This is too bad to be said of a town the size and business importance this is. That the Association has been benefit to the community and a blessing to the young men who have availed themselves of its advantages aud influences does not need to be stated. And that it will be missed now that it has been abaudoned admits of no argument. The Golij Leaf repeats, it regrets exceedingly that the rooms have been closed and the l . M. C A. goes out of existence. Youcauliiiy an all wool dress at our tore for half the old priee. DAVIS & KOSL'. . - - - . Mn. F. S. Uoystek, Tarboio, N. (J. I sohl 21H pounds of my tobacco at $.18 S8 r 100 pounds, made by your Orinoco I'obacco Guano. 11. L Daniel, Ilocky Mount, N. C. For sale by Henderson Supply Company. If you waut Sugar in hundred pound lots, you would do well to price Davis lV Rose's istock before buying. The MAJKSTIC is the cheapest, most economical and most durable range on the market. S. & C Watkins sell them. Barber Shops Consolidated. There has been changing about imong the barbers during the past week. Reference is made in another place of the fact that E. A. Watkins has rented the l. M. (J. A. rooms, bought the baths of the same aud opened a barber shop there in addition to and in connection with bis "West Knd" establishment. Dave Hawkins has closed his shop and joined forces with Oscar Outlaw at the latter's stand. This gives them a larger working force and better equipped shop in every way. Dave is the oldest barber in town aud has al ways had a strong following, while Os car's place has ever been popular aud well paironized, and since their con-i-i .- ..I .i .- i . l . . ,.r . . . . i . sotliiaiioil Willi me uruicr ueii ui cuuu it is one of the strongest aud most favorably regarded tonsorial teams to le found anywhere. It would be diffi cult to get together more skilful bar bers or more courteous and polite ones than Dave Hawkins. O-icar Outlaw, Jim Gill, aud Bill Long. They in vite their friends to call and see them when in need of a shave or hair cut, promising the best attention and satis factory work at all times. We have examined the MAJKSTIC STEEL RANtJi; and find it to be with out doubt the liest range on the market to-dav, besides beingcheaper by - . Davis & Rose are the acknowledged eaders in low prices. Harper's Bazar. Harper g Bazar for March 23d contains, in addition to a full budget of spring fashions in text, illustrations and pattern-sheet diagrams, a fine drawing of a between seasons costume from orth one ot the last wincn iett tne worK- rooms of the famous designer before his death. An interesting sketch of Worth is given in the literary columns of the paper. ( armviil times in 1'aris, with its art tudeiits and Opera balls aud other Mardi Gras gayeties, is described in an uiiimated letter by Katharine De Forest. The number also contains the second of Elizabeth Risland's "Talks with the Servants," in which the duties of alaund- ess are defined for her by the "Spirit of the 1 louseiiold." . . . After the grin, diphtheria, pneumonia, scarlet fever, typhoid fever, etc., llood.'s Sarsaparilla is of wonderful benefit in imparting the strength and vigor so much desired. Your orders will attention. receive our personal DAVIS & ROSE. See those new Haby Carriages, just re ceived, at Watkins'. There are many beautiful and stylish patterns, in all st vies ok unholsterintr. and the price is right. Orinoco Tobacco Guano is King of the liohler Belt. A new lot of Kid Gloves and Hosiery just received all shades nnd styles. DAVIS & ROSE I:, icp'vto requests for pamphlets i the hi uatiin and curing ot tobac . w w , ' state that we have none, Bui . i liiiliav or to supply the want :l.i- piih' i. atioii of articles on that ''' . i trom time to time during the A-.'il . M - s. cj:ir v wli has been r.''.l'i sin, Iv.n.' llu I:ilist stvles nnd sK ..in- ;;1 luiliiiierry and buying stock : ii..- .ii p.u ttiient of Davis & Rose's i.i 'SliimMii, has returned, bringing ti v pvi-tty things to please her lady 1 '., i h.uigc made in theappoiutincnts "'..n'.rt furniture, etc. of the Citizens i' an improvement. The large i w .ih burglar proof vault and pri- "i k drawers, used by the Hank of i.'ieisi.ii. ba been moved and put I'us.tioii also. Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels, net easily yet promptly and effectively. - Our prices on Shoes fire the lowest and we carry one ol tne oesi 'assortments in town. Davis &, Rose. . o - . Use Dr. A. I). Ball's great cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia and pains of all kinds. Sohl at Dorsey's Drug store. . -4 - - Home and Country For April. 'From Petersburg to Appomattox" is the title of an article of unusual interest which appears in Home and Country, New York, for April. It is a remarkable con tribution to the pomp and circumstance and glory of a soldier's life, in the way of Personal Reminiscence of the Civil War." Its author, John R. Renson, is certainly to be congratulated for this bit of individual history, which reads more like a romance than a thing of r!- ilitv. Indeed, the article should have been illustrated. Unlike many writers on the subject of the war between the sections, the author is intensely patriot ic and his word painting islike panoramic scenerv slowly unfolding itself to -the view. To the veteran survivors of the war for the Union on both sides, this ar ticle will vividly recall the days of trial and danger so common in those "times that tried men s souls and is withal so true to nature as to enable them to live over aiiain the scenes of the past in which they shared, while to the young mind it wilj seem like a "fairy tale." None can read it without becoming better Ameri cans. Home and Country is a family magazine and is published by Jos. W. Kay, od East 10th Street, New York. Subscrip tion, sl.50 a year. . . Headouarters for Dry Goods and No tions is Davis y Hoses store. J hey will not be under sold and show the best variety in tow n lie sure find see the MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE at S. & C. Watkins'. . -4t Want a Baby Carriage? I have just received the prettiest lot ever seen in Henderson. ALEX T. BARNES. Letter From Ringwood. Rixgwood, N. C, March 23th, 1895. Editor Goia Leaf: We have had more rain of late than I ever saw and poorest, prospects for crops. No work tan ' be done. Crops will be behind at least a month, if they are ever anything. Fruit trees have not put out at all. Gardens have not been planted and in deed "Winter lingers in the lap of Spriug." Mr. Walter R. Henry has written a ringing article in his open letter to Sena tor Ransom, and he has cause to feel deeply the wrongs he has suffered. He has evidently been 6tabbed in the house of his friends. No man in North Caro lina deserved better things of his party nnd no man knew it better than Senator Ransom, and Mr. Henry has truly and caustically delineated the character of the "in-eat ungrateful." Truly " he that calls a man ungrateful sums up all the evil that a man can be guilty of.'; This etter adds new honor and fame to Mr. Henry's already proud record. I have seen this, or dreamed it one: Young man dost thou go abroad at night and rush the growler and peram bulate the streets at an unreasonable hour? Dost thou whoop 'em up with the bovs and finger for substance in the jackpot and back thy sheckels against the verv slippery tiger: Art tliou a guzzler of beer and a player of cards? Dost thou suck the pernicious cigarette and hast thou lost thy grip upon the ways that are right and wisdom which is good in the world? Verily, verily I say unto thee if so, thou art in a bad row ot stumps and thy name is putty with a big P. 1 hy heels will ny up ere long ana thou wilt find thvself floating in the soup. Keep thy hps iroin tne niouin oi the nig that contains the intoxicating juice and steer wide of the aces, and in the ripening years of thy life tuy pocket book will be full of thecollateral of earth, while those who mind not these com mandments fire partaking of the lunch which is free." Man's life is a struggle with himself. Success is merely self-mastery; failure self-indulgence. IJeware of the man who boasts of his vices. There are such men and inanv of them. The man with a sub-treasury in his head ought to have hog and hominy in his sinoke house. Mr. J. M. V eller is quite sick. Mr. C. A. Williams returned from Rich mond yesterday, after selling several thousand pounds of tobacco. I am pained to learn of the death ok W. C. Thorne, (if Enfield. He was a lawver of considerable ability and was just beginning a career of much promise when he was attacked with a tumor somewhere in the head which surely but slowly did its deadly work. Mr. Thorne attended last court at Halifax, find while at his post of duty as County .Vttornev had an attack which came near proving fatal. I knew him well and while he had a hard time chmmng into the enviable position which he hail cached that of a successful and hon orable lawver I can bear emphatic testimony to the geniality of his disposi tion, the loyalty of his character and t lie depth and grasp of his intellect, lb- knew he was doomed as tie told tins writer two weeks ago, but indulged no fear for the future. And a critical review of his life leaves no trace of uncertainty in the minds of those who knew him. He was prepared to be leal by the shadowy hand into the presence of the never err ing Judge. May he rest in peace. ti. LI. M. W. Crews, trustee, advertises to threw lots of land in Kittreil. by pi:h.v auction, to the highest bidder r c;i-!i on the 2m!i day of April, lb Vivsn-e may be had to notice for :ther particulars, or by calling on 1 T. ll;vk, attorney. M: L. D. St iiuhack his returned !:'oiu the North where he has been to pu;vha-e n, goods. They are now arriving and ho invito his" friends to cc what h - h is. The prices style ca.l and : will suit qu.i'.tv o Vol the as wil: the article oilVred. aud Mr. K. A. Watkins h is bought the b.iths : t!K. v. M. C. A., rented the r-'Uis a-,, ..peued a liisi-chiss barber sii. ;. ;u the s;lm,,. 0 l;)s ;t comrorl. wiiiently fitted up for the doubt not the place to be a tionular resort manv. Th a.' p;: w; W. "o and ll.Vl rtisCllient of II V ('.uiiinr. .. - - - - . j o -. Oiienng tor sale the electric '" l'"111 -a Henderson, should at i..t i in.. r than the usual notice given sa.es. i he time set is Mav 6th. wither particulars call on J. H. "-. superintendent, or A. C. "fer. attorney. The the For attention of fanners is called to "UVirtiseinent of L. P. Vaneev's j"T'e ar brands of fertilizer. They are ' J' ' recommended for the sneeial "i :or which they are designed. His j:ic, o guano, corn eaiano a.u rere:i! ''p dressing Maud the test wherever 1 lie goods are low in pake and -al'.sfaeiorv results follow their i ..it - ' -oi mi .-ar. lancey lor prices Some Facts for Business Men. Constant repetition of the name of an article ha no selliug power, for after awhile oue forgets its virtues if he ever knew them and remembers merely that it's all right because it's an old friend. Bartrain advertising lias become so thoroughly a part of the regular pro "ramme of stores of the very highest standing, it has passed out of the doubtful policy stage and become good thing all around for newspaper for store keepers, and lor shoppers as long as it is strictly honest. A good salesman, backed up by good advertising, can always sell good goods The man who advertises, is the one who often rises. To le among the leaders in the desperate race for wealth. With this one stipulation, that he does with discretion. And he finds it beneficial to both bank account and health. To advertise Money back if wanted" is the very best advertising when such Advertising is possible. The man who is convinced the public ought to buy what he has for ale can make the public think so. too. The advertisement that may be good to-day may be poor to-morrow. Times chauge, and ads. should be changed with them. All the business sense, all the com mon sense, all the advertising sense that can be condensed into an ad. is just what it needs. There are bad spots m tue nest ;uis., the same as there are weeds in the best gardeus. You can't cultivate your copy too otteu. What you've got to say may have been said bv others a million times : the way you say it is what convinces and counts in advertising. Better too much space and uot enough matter than too muclr matter aud uot enough space. To say your goods are " best and cheapest" is not enough, because buy ers think they have a right to know why they are best and why cheapest. Wise merchants tell them why. People are tired of too much reading iu these days. Don't let your ad. make them more "so. Let it invigorate them with its crisp, bright terseness like a tonic, create an appetite for your goods. Printers' Ink. We carry a full find complete line ol Staple and aucy Groceries. DAVIS & ROSE. New Shoes. Try a pair of Crossett's Shoes they are the best to be had. Perfect in style and tit. Everv pair warranted. You can find them at DAVIS & ROSE'S. For Liver and Kidney coniplants of all kinds try Ball's Blood rurifier and Tonic. It invigorates the digestive organs, in creases the appetite and gives tone and strength to the whole system . For sale by Melville Dorsey, druggist. mch21 Winter Seed Oats large stock on hand. H. Thomasox. With 28 years unbroken exjKTience and ample capital at our command to buy tiritt'y for cash, we feel sure in saying we can supply your wants at lower prices than any eotiipeditor. I) WIS & ROSE. Any one wishing a bill of lumber cut cheap, in small or large quantities, will have orders at the coal yard. I am prepared to do it on short notice. J. S. POYTHRESS. Winter Seed Oats at Thomasox's. Wagons .2.".oo each at Crow & Mars ton, Henderson. N. C. DUKE IGARETTES mm Duke fouRHAA When you want a nice stew of oysters, or wish to buy the "pearly birds of the deep" by the measure, call on J. J. Loughlin, Jr., on the corner, next to railroad passenger depot. lie keeps them always on hand, fresh and of the finest quality, and sells at reasonable trices. If you need wall paper call on Davis & Rose. They have a large stoek at very low prices. "When Baby was sick, ire gave her Castoria. Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. (sIGARETTESu! WD' 1MEANERKMI TOBACCO COAfcrfr DURHAM. W.C. U.8.A. E2 Blmwood Poultry ant! StOGk Farm. FOR HATCHING, -uarantc 1 duiv and fresh, iroin Ilanxil and WhiWr S. C. P. too lor ii. Mammoth Pckn Egg til . . K "Dz-i-sl-i. v.l..,.,. ' ,. . 1 . . , .... . adj. i 1 1 1 U U 111 ivuvrs. s.'io i. i yununn . .1 JLesjhorns and IL LL R. (ia:m:s. m.5o b r i5 for 26. Bronze Turkey EiTirs Duck Etgs si. 00 for 11. Poland-China. Chester White and IU rkshhv Pi-s cluMhUr to record. S6.5o to $S.oo each. Southd-wa and Shronslurc Sheep. Stamp for catalogue. o re.-i -ndetK c siicitrl. E. T. ROBINSON. .Ir A N ' Y K K is'. til!.!.. V.. :!.'. e V. M ADC FROM High Grado Tobacco Ajn ABSOLUTELY PURE 20 BREEDS 20. Choi1;-.' i v Stin k lor Sale. S .1 ,.! :.! OO p.-r sett illii' of l.'l. Light ; i: ! D '.. ' '. Paitii 'go. I'.' JT mid Wh.t . V:l I I' d W pi-eiti bocks, lu'.i'i'" 'liuc and ilv. I V.iiii. ties, Hoini..iis, II. ( ; ar.d S C. 1. l.euhot n, s. liaintuiigs, . ui; . ;i:ioic.ts. lieii 'ps. Ii. I. K. tianies. liidUii liaeies. IllacU Iiiigsi,Riis, ltujH'ri.l I'o'iJ'n Ducks. 'I'.ailouse (inw, Mata nioUi Bnnize i. a keys, Belgian limes. Wi ite for wants. Catalogue f n e Come to see us and we will please you in price and quality. DAVIS & ROSE. Loughlin's restaurant and oyster saloon, on the corner next to S. A. L. passenger depot, is the place to go when you want a good meal for little money. Also canned goods, confectioneries, to bacco, cigars, fruits, vegetables, chickens, eggs, butter, &c. We guarantee all Engs to be true to name SOUTHERN POULTRY YARDS, YV. A. & Mrs. Annie E. Jones, Proprietors. ROXlfORO, N. C. The Southern Stock Mutual Insurance Company, WE SELL GREENSBORO, N. C, OKlOli! Embroidery silks Thomasox's. of all colors, at II. The Henderson Sheet Metal Works, R. R. Hayes, Manager, keep an assortment of tin plate, sheet iron, solder, zinc, cop per, iVe., find will be glad to have you call when in need of anything in our line. Barnes Building, opposite old Side-light warehouse. Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs and all stock, cured 111 30 minutes by Wooi ford's Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold by Melville Dorsey, druggist, Hen derson, . L. apr,-b. M . Wanted. All the trade we can get. Will give better goods for the same price or same goods for less price than any compedtitor. Davis it Rose. and FLOUR. Best and Cheapest. DAVIS & ROSE. For the kest and cheapest Shoes on earth, go to H AHULL S. CHEAPER FIRE INSURANCE By making every policy-holder a sharer in the profits All profits except n ivseive of 10 per cent, are returned to the policy-holders. -CAPITAL, $100,000.- Subscribed by twenty capitalists whose names represent over Five Millions ok Dol lars. Policy holders auk non-assess mile. DIRECTORS: J. S. Spencer, E. L Latta, V m E Holt. D. G. Woi'h. D Melhie, Lawrence S. Holt, Samuel McD. Tate, James 1. Sawyer, .1. s. ( an , Kdwin S!taei, F. J. Murdock. L. Banks Holt. Bennehati Cainonni, A. F Pate, Thomas M. Roll, .1. M. Worth. J. W. Scott, .1. Van Lindley, L. M. Scott. K P. Whaiton. OFFICERS: J. M. Worth, President; E. P. Wharton, Vice-President; A W. McAllister. Secretary and Treasurer. When your policy expires see that it is renewed in The unthern Stock Mutual In. Co JAMES R. YOUNG, Agent, Hf.xdi -uson, N. C. We buv for cash and save discount, sell close and save our customers money. DAVIS & ROSE. The attention of the ladies is especially uvited to a beautiful line of nice Spring- Dress Goods being received at H. Thomasox s. When you come to Henderson do not fail to call on Davis k Rose. I hey are on the hunt for new customers and will offer great inducements. - IJaby Carriages, Eli ? Yes, we have them. A large lot from which to select. A variety of patterns upholstered in different styles. ery cheap. Re sure to see them. . x L'. V ATKINS. For the next 0 days we will sell bargains iu Dry (ioods and Notions to make room tor spring stocK. DAMS !c llOSl.. If you need a bath tub, closet, or other water fixtures, examine our prices. Hen derson Sheet Metal Works, R. B. Hayes, Manager. Ohamberlam'3 Bye and. Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Sab- Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, CI spiieo Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eve Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO nOKSEOWNEES. For putting a hoise in a fine healthy con dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss oi appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25 oents per package. For sale by druggists- Sold in Henderson hy M. Dorsey, druggist. Tobacco Plant Beds. Guano especially adapted for Plant Beds. Also Cotton Seed Meal. Nothing better much. Lassiteh Pauham Co. Remember we are prepared to do all kinds of metal roofing, roof painting, Sic. Tobacco Hues made to order. Satis faction guaranteed. Give us a trial. Henderson Sheet Metal Works, R. B. Hayes, Manager. HavevoutriedObeli.sk Flower? It is the best in town. Da vis. & Rose. I am prepared to supply blacksmiths with coal, in Large or small quantities. The best for their business. Prices chenp. J. S. POYTHRESS. Plant bed Cloth. All grades prices guaranteed to be the lowest. Davis & Rose. Go to H. Thomason's for Embroidery Silks, all colors. Spring Tailor Jackets ami Gowns ior Ladies. For Spring wear, the Norfolk jacks will again be the favorite, being used as a distinct gurmeut, or as a component of tailor costumes. In these jackets, the three box iileats, to conform with the present taste, are made, both back and front, to fall below the belt in a full short skirt style, thus producing the flaring effect which is so much sought after. When they are made up of cloth for wear with various gowns silk is gen erallv used for the belt. It is asserted that sleeves will be as large as ever, not larger. As for skirts they are more and more flaring at the bottom, showing the e-radual widening: from tln hips to the foot. From London the new tailor gowns for Spring have double breasted blouse-waists without fulness at the neck, but very much gathered all around fit the waists. Liirht tweeds and cloths are very popular for fill kinds of Spring cos tumes, including bicycle suits. The Mc Dowell Fashion Journals at hand con tain many novelties of the season and moreover in order to furnish further assistance to their readers they offer special patterns of the latest and most practical styles. These pat terns may be secured by means of coupons at exceed ingly moderate prices, and for the accommodation of the public they are reproduced in catalogue form. This catalogue may be secured by lpplying directly to Messrs. A. McDowei. -c Co., 4 W. 14th St., N. Y., enclosing '2 cents. La Mode de liri.i and Paris Album of Fashion are the leading Fashion Magazines. They cost -'CoO each for a year's sub scription, or 3o cents per copy; Th; French Dressmaker is always the great favorite among professional as well as amateur dressmakers, it costs fj.iw ner annum, or 30 cents a copy. La Mode, a Magazine of uusurpassed popularity is nnlv S1.50 a vear. or 15 cents a copy. If you are unable to procure either of these journals from your newsdealer do not take anv substitute from him, but nnnlv by mail directly to Messrs. A McDowell & Co., 4 West 14th Street, New York. Clover seed and seed potatoes. Davis & Rose. In Meinoriam. Died suddenly at his home near Dab ney, Vance Co.", on March 22, 181)5, Med ietas P. Travis, aged 46 years. He leaves a widow and seven children, six of them daughters. The departure of this most devoted husband and father has left a void in the sad hearts of those who knew him best, which cannot soon be filled, and their grief can find solace only in the ''all-sufficient grace" promised to those who are under affliction sent by an all-wise God who "Moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to perforin." The genial and kindly manner of him who will no more forever go in and out among us, made for him many friends, nnd the birsre attendance when he was laid to rest iu the church yard at Harris' Chapel, gave evidence of the esteem in which he was held. Fntiring industry and unswerving honesty were notable traits of his character. These find an intense devotion to his family are well worthy of emulation by fill who would possess that inestimable heritage, "a good name." As we stood over his grave and re flected upon the fact that infancy, child hood, vouth, middle age and hoary i0(. i 11 have recently found a resting place in the little cemetery around us, we were forcibly reminded of the poet's meaningful lines: Leaves have their time to fall. And flowers to wither at the nortn wind s breath. The stars to set but all. Thou hast all seasons Ior thme own, on. Death. Mav God in tender mercy grant that those our friend so loved on earth may with him re-united be, to dwell m bliss eternal. A 1-hiexh. Harper's Magazine for April. "The Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc," beginning in Harpers Magazine for April, shows Joan as a daughter of the people; the incidents ot ner girl hood among tier rustic playmates ana in the midst of bucolic associations; her childish superstitions, peopling her earth with strange presences suggested by fairy folk-lore aud stories ot the saints: her distressful solicitudes for her country, fed constantly by tidings ot de feat that pierced her heart and opened there the fountain of prophecy; tne hone of deliverance that should surely come through her ; her conquest of a corrupt court; her martial triumphs ; her betrayal and martyrdom. The author s name is not disclosed. Material for the illustrations has oeen gathered by Mr. F. V. Du Mond amid the scenes associated with Joan s career: Her recent elevation by the trench peo ple as the embodiment of Patriotism, and her proposed canonization, give especial timeliness and interest to this story of the Warrior-Maid of Donremy. In the literature of the year nothing will be more noteworthy than this romance. Ladles' Dress Goods. We have just received something pretty in Court Royal Pique, Russian Duck, Printed Linous, Pacific Per cales, 'iiihams, Outings, Satin Prin s, o-c, in the Cottons. Also something pretty and cheap in Woolens, Silks, etc. We have just opened the handsomest line of fine Embroideries ever shown in Henderson. S. & 0. WATKINS, Leading Dry Goods and Notion House, IIKNII:USON, N. C Notice. ForEvciiinar Iresses and Shirt Waists P.ig line of China's every thread silk at 25 cents per yard. S. & C. Watkins. II. Thomason is offering big bargains in groceries, and you are invited to help yourself to anv extent. There is no ex cuse for living poorly when you can get all the necessaries ot lite at sucn low- prices. Quality is the first consideration with Thomason. Only the best is good enoneh for his trade. Buying, as he does, in enormous quantities, he gets the advantage of large discounts and is thus enabled to sell as cheap as he does. f a "ri U' t. .to Used. IliUS Use. fie. Ladies, call aud examine our stock of Wash Dress Goods. They can't be beat in styles and prices. The Staixhack Co. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and nains of all kinds are sneedilv cured hv Or. A. D. Ball's creat specific. For 6ale by Melv ille Dorsey, druggist. - We buv for cash and in largequantities bv so doing, are prepared to Meet the Closest Competition. DAN 1 x LOL One thousand yards of the celebrated Caraleigh Gingham. Pretty newpaterns The price only V, cents per yard. S. & C. Watkins. it i;di:hs:n tobacco diaiikbt. Corrected wee kly by D. Y. Cooper, Pro prietor of Cooper's Warehouse. Henderson. N. C, March. 27, 18M (Quotations for New Crop.) t.-n ii-j-i 'onoiioii dark or ereen Common to medium 45 Sleilium to irood 5 (g) 8 Good to tine 9 10 Smokers Common Vj Common to medium o w Medium to good 8 10 Good to tine 10 (ty ii Cutters 'ommon to medium 12 14 Medium to good 1-i (B 20 Good to fine 20C 30 Wrappers Comm on 10 ( 12 Common to medium 13(a8 Medium to cood 20 tg oo Good to hue 40 (& 70 Interesting to Tobacco Growers. Every planter in the tobacco belt knows that the Gravelys, of Henry county, who are justly celebrated as manufacturers ot hue grades oi tonacco, ouy oniy me iiuesi leaf tobacco to be had, and for this reason the following letter from Messrs. U. t Gravely & Sons in reference to some tobacco raised by the well Known stone wall" brand will be read with niucli interest by those who have not yet decided wh it brand of fertilizer they will use on their tobacco this season : Leatherwood, Henry Co., Va., rel). Is, lsi.i. Mr. Chas. S. Tcrner, Apent for the sale of Stonewall Tobacco Fertilizer, Axtou, Ya. Dear Sir: We have bought a large quantity of leaf tobacco at the barn in our county, 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 vou will continue to furnish our farmers with the ' Stonewall" brand, april 18. B. F. GRAVELY & SONS. The prettiest and most complete line of Crockery to be seen in town is shown bv " Davis & Rose. Frank Lenbach's latest portrait of Bismarck is prominently shown in Har per's HY.'Wy for March 30th. A double page illustration of the Squadron of Evolution is by Zogbaum ; and S. A. Staunton, Admiral Walker's Flag-Lieut-enant. writes instructively of the sub ject which the artist depict. The same number of the Weekly contains a very important article on Abbey's Holy Grail pictures, by Dr. Henry Van Dyke. PALPITATION OF THE HEART. Shortness of Breath, Swell ing of Legs and Feet. "For about four years I was trou bled with palpitation, of the heart, shortness of breath and swelling of the legs and feet. At times I would faint. I was treated by the best phy sicians in Savannah, Ga., with no re lief. I then tried various Springs, without benefit. Finally I tried Dr. Miles' Heart Cure also his Nerve and Liver Pills. Af ter beginning to take tfiem. I felt better! I continued taking them and I am now in better health than for many years. Since my recovery I have gained fifty pounds in weight. I hope this state ment may be of value to some poor sufferer. " E. B. SUTTON, Ways Etatlon, Ca. Dr. Miles' TTeart Cure Is sold on & positive pnaranteo that the first bottle will benefit. All druggists sell it at II, 6 bottles for $5. or It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price by the- Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lad. BY VIRTUE OK AN EXECUTION IN mv hands issued from the Superior Court of Vance county on a judgment in favor of S. G. Satterwhite ayauist J. r Gordon, which judgment was rendered In an action wherein the interest of the Defendant, J. F. Gordon, in the two lots nf land herein described was attached to satisfy said judgment on February 15th THUS, ano nursuani 10 ine sain execuuun . shall sell for cash, by public auction, to the highest bidder, at the court house door in Vance county. ON THE FIRST MON DAY IN MAY, lsn.1, all the right, title and interest of J. F. Gordon which he had on February 15th. 1S95. in two lots of land at tiilbure. in ance county, one contain imr one fourth of an acre and the other three-fourths of an acie. Both lots adjoin intr the lands of A. A. Abbott, N. A. Garrett, and others. This 23rd March, 1S95. W. 11. S.M1 I 11, Sheriff of Vance county, N. C NOTICE! Notice.' u Thousands of Women Br arooftng to healthy action all her org, PECULIAR in combination, pro- portion and preparation of ingredi- j ents,Hood'e Sarsapanlla possesses great curative value. You should TRY IT. Orinoco Tobacco Guano is King: ol'the Golden licit. The MAJESTIC is the i tied with no other. best. Be satis- If you wish to get your foot in it that is a good thiug you should see Hardee's Shoes. He makes a tpeeialty in this line, and has them to suit all buyers. The prices are rijlu. The ladies should call at Thomason's and inspect the new Spring Drews Goods which he has just received. Buffer untold mUerle. from a aens. of dell cacy ttiey cannot overcome. BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator, RCTS AS R SPECIFIC. ' It causes health to bloom, and joy to reign throughout the xram. It Never Fails to Cure. .if. Iim been under treatment of leadlnt- physicians jhrje Tear.. ,-Jpbe'f- -'- ij.ulator she can do her o..u cookie. mill"" and washing. I c- " ' BR1DFTEXJ) BEGtTlTOB CO., Atlanta, Ga. .u i.. A--mkmt at SI.OO per btlle. Sale of Real Estate. UNDER AND BY VIRTUK AND authority of an order issuing from the Superior Court of Vance county, in a cause therein pending, entitled " Enoch i'owell, Executor, vs. W. A. Cunningham and wife M. E. Cunningham, etal ," I shall, on MONDAY, THE 1ST DAY OFAPRI. , 1895, sell at public auction, to the Ingle-st bidder, at the court house door i" Header um Vance county. N. C upon the terms of cash, the balance on a credit of i twelve mouths, tlie louowing icai esiaie, j to-wit: One certain tiact or parcel of land j situate in Vance county, adjoining the j lands of Dr. B. P-Alston. E. W. Hants, I William B. Daniel, and others, containing j one hundred acres, more or less ; It being j the land Itelonging to the estate of the late ! Enoch Powell, Sr., deceased. This 2iith dav of heiuieitv, js'.i.i. ENOCH POWELL. Executor of Enoch Powell, Sr., deceased A. C. ZOLMCOKEEK, Attorney. AUCTION SALE OF Valuable Mill and Machinery. A S DIRECTED BY THE STOCK- holders of the Henderson Building- & Manufacturing Company, at a meeting held on the loth dav of March. 1893, I will offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in front of my office on Garnett street. Henderson, N. C. ON SATURDAY. APRIL 25 III. 195, at 12 o'clock m.,all the property rights or franchise of said Company. This is valuable property and consists of a two-storv, metal roof brick building and about 2li "acres of land on Eastern suburb of Henderson ; a good engine and boiler, and all necessary machinery, shafting, pullevs and belting for running a planing mill and wood-working establishment ; a valuable charter : a good lot of benches, tools, aDd other fixtures. A nice b ot lumber already dry. This sale is made for settlement of the business of said Company and division among the stockholders. The plant is valuable and well lc-rated and has a switch from R. R. running into the yard. For further information apply to j. u. iul.Mj, rresiaen, Thoroilitireil Fancy Poultry. ; S.C. Brown Learns, the Etc Machine. fliCint P.lQfV TflVRS i uiuui umva. uutuuj largest clean lcgger Chicken that grows. -PURE- White Wyandottes. ; Ee"-s 1 .00 per l.". for hatchinir, and readv for delivery. Fair hatch guar- j anteed. There are no finer birds in the j South man mine, .m-mai in c. ( J. I. Ii.rUIN, Wilson, N. . NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE power of sale conferred upon me in a Trust Deed executed on the 1st dav of March, ls;m, by John W.Ovetton im. s O. Ovettoll his nite, and icui-teied in Trust Deed book 1. page .T.'T. in the oflie of the Register of Deeds of Vance enmity, default having been made in p:i m.M.t of the debt secured thereby, I shall sell for cash, by public auction tn the hkhest bidder, fit the emu t house hior in Vance county. N. C . ON THE'J9TI1 DAY OK APRIL, 1895. the real estate desciibed and conveyed in Mill Trust D I. lo-wif: :t lots of land in Kittreil; the 1st and 2 A lots adjoin each other and aie each Kit'jX 192 feet and extend trom 2nd to .'ird street. The other lot is 1 Mx20il feet and is bounded by McClanahan street, the railroad, and others. This March 2iilh. 1895. H. W. CKKWS. Trustee. By T. T. Hicks, Attorney. NOTICE! ' " Trustee's Sale of Valuable Property. BY VIRTUE OF POWER CONFFR rcd upon me by a Deed of Trust exe cuted m the 9th day of December, 1S9.1, by the lienuerson lagiiianu t owi-i i oinii.inv . which deed is duly recorded in Vance county, book IS, page S.'lti, Vc , and at the request of t he holders of the debts seeured in said deed. I shall. ON MONDAY. THE CiTII DAY OF MA Y, 1X95, sell at public auction at the court house door in the town of Henderson, in Vance county, that valua ble property situate in said town, known as " The Henderson Electric L:ght Plaid." said property consisting of : Station House, and lot on which it is located ; 5i-H. P. Ball engine; M II. 1. boiler; dynamos, arc lamps, incandescent lamps, poles, wire, tools. &c. Also the coutiact or franchise of said Company, obtained from the town of Henderson for lighting said town, on the 22nd day of November, ls'.c The lot upon which the Station House is located is fully described in a deed from the Henderson Electric Light, Water Works and Power Company to A. C. ZollicolTer, dated the :;ist duly, 18.11, recorded in Vane; county. Terms of sale : Cash, in amount sullicient to pay off the costs and expenses of sale and the amount of matured indebtedness secured iu said deed, (about $3,4W) the balance on a credit of twelve months. Parties dcsiiing to examine said property can see same on application to Mr. J. It. Bridgers, Henderson, N. C. This 20th day of March. 1895. D. Y. COOFKR, Tiustee. A.C. ZoLMCOKKEK, Attorney. EGGS FOR HATCHING fiom the follow lug FINK THOROUGHBRED fowls, Mammoth Itron.o Turkeys, Imperial I'ckin Duckx, Iiarrcil Plymouth ICock and Single Comb l.rown lA-i .n Chickens. The Barred Plymouth Rock are H awk ins' stuain very fine birds. Try them. Uraha Poultry Farm Co. nich 21 2 i RICH SQUARE. X. C. S660 m ftoam. Another year is :co'"r ''i"l ! a.u'n I wish to oil '.- ;.u-n- tion of my friends ai.i the jnih j lie generally to my stock oi Fresh End Reliable SL 1 vs ri s? w - m m 9. and Field SEED. a well selected vari (oorl supply on hand reci--ivner auditions Notice. THE in a TfNDER AND BY VIRTUK OF 'I nf sale ronfel red UDoil me t,.A .. Trust HTeeuted on the 2'ith day of February, lsxti. by Henry Cousins and wile Carrie Cousins, and registered in mortgage book H page W5, in the office of the Regis ter of Deeds of Vance county, default having been made in payment of the debt secured thereby. I Miall sell for cash, by public auction u the highest bidder, at the court house door in Henderson. ance eounty. N. C, OX MON DAY, TH E 22N D D Y OF APRIL. 13. the nal estate described nnd conveyed in said Deed of Trust to wit: One tract or lot adjoining the lands of Albert Tinsley, Puffin Parham. Gupton. and others, feet by 104!,'. Said intV.a tu.-o-n.oiii frame bouse. Arc. on it. Vnr mnrp definite boundaries see Deed 1 URC I have ety and ; and am daily. My stock of Drills. Paints Oils, Tohacco. Snulf. Cigars. I. iun Iry Soaps, IIpriflrTSm "V f r5TSpecial tritis may le obtained m Trustoo record as above aDDllcation. iin-s s-ate win xane amcc . -i- " . j promptly unless sold privately before, that time. of sule : A. J. HARRIS. Trustee. Henderson N. C. March 2-J, 195. Toilet and Colognes, ! landkercnief Lx tracts, &c, is iari; r and more complete than ever. Particular attention iaid to filling l'jfUSCKll'lIOXS and Family ' Iiecipes. Thanking the public for its ene:ous patronage, I solicit a continu ance of the same. Will spare no eflbrt to merit it. MELVlbbE DORSEY, Wholesale and Retail Druggist.