ínter Ocean : "The most notlceable think uboiit the new play, 'A Mountain Pink,' is the steady, unbroken progress toward a fitting climax. Intererst increases with eaeh act, and with the increasing iutensHy the diameters take sharper outline, and the sentiment becomes more elevated. It is the movement of the old dramatists adapted to wild mountain life in North Carolina." '"A Mountain Pink' has been played for three successive weeks, before audiences shovving an iiicrcused attendance, invariHbly receiving the commendation of those who patronize it. 1 1 is nirely a play receives such unexceptionable indorsenient." N. O. Chronicle : "The company is a strong one - and exceptionally fine one. The acting is of a high order.1'