15he Courier. !' wise hits the nail.
ntiCKOXK holla:: a ykau.
Vm. C. HAMMER, Editor.
Oltlne at yisnetjuro am
At the inoiitlily iiict'ting nf the
boiril tf county coitmndiouiTS nf
Guilford county hist Muiwl-iv -(.wiiil
complaints wciv hoiinl us to the hail i lnvn that of indolence
The Nation Must Leave to the
State Control of the Suifrage
At thi; regular monthly dinner of
thi! Baptist Social Union held ut the
Manhattan Hotel today .lohn o.
Wise, foimcr Coiifrres-iuiaii from Yir
irinia, simke on the neero situation.
Tho attitude of the nation, he said,
toward the iiuestiou has all iilon
.No man, lie
condition of the public roads. The
commissioners will send out a circu
lar letter to the justices of the peace
aikinx them to see that the law is
enforced. The ;rand jury of Huu
dolph county in making repoit at
the last term of court calls attention
to the r.'.i.-eralile condition of tin
roads in many sections of the county
and calls upon the magistrates to do
their duty. It is the duty of the
magistrates u see that the uversccl
work the p:.!il:c roads as lv-itiivil I y
law, and where magistrates fail to do
so they are eijually guilty of wola'.
ing the law us the overseer.
During the last campaign the
licpuldican speakers and papers p;e
dicted with lunch assurance ami
vehemence that the fanners would
lime lo pav much higher taxes th
year than ever U-f..r- They allege.!
that the Democrats h.i run the
State ill del. I so deep Ilia! t:i... this
year would aliim-i ruin our peopl-,
and lliev honied me-t liUluiiilv our
tile terible hardships that the' l.r -pavers
would he fereeil to ; mil, p..
'Well, the LeL'isiat.,re has met i"i.!
ildiourned and a new I'.-wmu- hill
has been passed,
has it increased tii
Mot one cv:it.!
Yes, the lute of
property and p.":
saiii" as it w as last
it was under l-'u
And hi.rv mm
. rate of taxatioi
taxation on a
is h exactly ll
t year and less tlia
in 1 tile!
.. ivorl li
levied a tax of
ami the I i urn
I'.iiil and :'
i cents. Aii
rate i f ta.valio
been able to n.
Schools and elision.-.
S'lllc l.l'.es. hoWe
iligiier thai: heletofeiv.
be paid by tii- cxpr. s-,
ihab rs and di.-t :!I.t-.
t.lX Oil li , 1 1 1- lieaiels
Hill be I'.liee i;,!l it
tax oil distiller', . will
rivii.-.d. The la: . a
tele'.'raph companies i.
three times v. Imt ir-h-i-Hew
lis- -siie a; - 'a til
conipa- i.s i.ii! ai- pi
e of 1
on the oi e
I'ditee' the tax lo
with !':i- red 1 1 ee I
ihe ! icmncr.its have
rted, would subscribe to a policy
that meant which lie belonged.
'It is the idle day" he said, "to try
to enforce laws permitting the negro
frachise. You coiinot tind a white,
no matter where he lives or under
what circumstances when you go
to him , who will subscribe to a poli
cy that menus eventually a possible
There is only one solution to the
negro iiestioii. The nation must
recede fiom the position taken by it
on the matter of the negro 9nffrage.
The mation must remit to the State
control of the suffrage issue. Thi
nun i.e a great concession of sound,
'lii reducing the ijuestion of suf-!'-:iL'i'''.iii
sensible basis you will
touch Ihe tender spot of tha South
erner. 1 am one myself and 1 know
it. will ruieh my heart.
"You soon must tell the negro he
cannot haye all that he expects: you
iv ill have to tell him this at the cost
of a race war among ourselves."
A Horrible Double Murder.
A horrible double murder was
cominileil near W'hitcville a few
nights ago. I'nder cover of the rain
and darkness the assassin or assas
siai s crept up to t:ie home of Mr.
Ie.se Soles, and shot both him and a
eidi.ivd man named J im Staley as the
tuo sat by the lireside. 'The house
was then 'tired and the corpse of the
two men partially burned, only their
charred trunks have been found li
the ashes of the dist roved home th
The hodes could not be ider.tilied
ki-oiit bv the kevs found by the lur-
r man. The kjjs were always car
ed bv Mr. Soh-s and as he was the
ifger man it was naturally suppos-
I to be his remain--.
The live i..r the deed was
i.tlv robborv. the negro dim
u:-i was reported to have fro!
' m.'i,, ; 1,0ml, and Soles about $T
. ihe house. No trace of this was
and in the ashes of tile burnt
ai'oeng and as part of the money
I'd and .ih.-r it is believed to
be. li -toU-ii.
CAN'T SEND AFTER WHISKY.
High Point Has a Very Strict Law
A Thirsty Gtizen Comes
Near Getting; Into Trouble.
Since the law prohibiting the ship
ping of whisky into High Point
went into effect, those citizens of
the town who imbibe in alcoholic
stimulants are sometimes put to
more or less trouble in purchasing
spirits says a Greensboro correspoii
deut. Formerly it was an easy mat
ter to 'phone a saloon in Cireensboro
to semi a case of whisky or a crate
of beer on the next express, hut mm
the man with a thirst must citner
come after the goods himself or
order from some point outsnte l lie
State. The law does not even permit
a man to send some one over
Greensboro on the train to niiik
purchase. A man who was ignorant
as to this point came near getting
into trouble yesterday, lie sent, a
ineBsengcr after a gallon of old corn
liiUor, but the messenger, unfortu
nately, got drunk and landed in the
look-up. The thirsty citizen came
over this morning to bail out the
prisoner, but usked that tne gatiou
of whisky be delivered to him lirst.
He was sorely disappointed when he
learned that the Imuor had either
been stolen or cousumed and tlueit-
ened to allow his messenger to re
main in jail for his carelessness.
When informed that both he and
the messenger wore liable to indict
ment under the law, he put up the
amount of the prisoner's bond and
hastened out of town. -(.irccnsnoro
rcjOICf at. belli;
"i floin l,
Four Children Burned Like Rats in
A t. mint house on the land of Mr
ii. II. lxeainev, ahoiit two miles wet
of I'-.aiii.iiato'n. N. ('.. was ih-stroved
!.. lire aaoa, n a o'elo.-k April 9.
I lie ;,o-,,-e w.l.-: occupied by l'ltfll
i . colored, his wife and sefel
-in :i. l'our of the children win
weiv sie, ping upstairs were burned
to, lea' h. The roof was falling in
i., f the occupants of the b
imoui Mere awakened. 1 here were
e-eapc a I. rrib'le death.
Suit Against Smathers.
An order has been signed bv .ludg.
I Ioo dio( g Kcccivcr JollCS, of
is 4u Co
of the si
1 V I 'lelli.
ool for the deaf at .Moi,
Si.t solid cars of .. chicken..
passed through High J'oiut ..in- dai
last week .iitig "to th... jj.im h.-rn
markets. T'ley weie from Western
Col .1 W Croswell, division Supci
intei.dent of ihe Snutheri. Kxpnss
Co., with headquarters in Wilming
ton, died on April 4tli.
A ae-.v resort has ber.'i mnde at
Lakoview. a m-w town-site in iioore
county. It is intended to make of it
both a winter ami summer resort, A
large hotel is being erected.
Six solid car.-; of 'Ji.oiill thickens
passed through High Point one day
last week going to the northern mar
kets. They were from Western
North Carol Inn.
Toliec (ifliccrs Sundav afternoon
arrested two boys in (uveii-boro 1,M j
weie joiiiai gumming in a room over
a store in South Klni street, 'i'he
boys were playing poker at a ti n
cent ante. Tiny are sons of well
Carl Faddieon, a young man em
ployed in the Atlantic Coast Line
general uflices in Wilmington, N. C,
was killed April tUh, by being run
over by a passenger train on the
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
itoail. ite attempted to board th.
train just us it was pulling out of
uie stieu, and slipped and fell uiidt
While playing in the yard one
uay last ween, tne lourteen-nioiillis-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A
Wnitley, who reside a few miles
northwest of Greensboro, fell into a
tub of water and wa drowned. The
little one's mother discovered the
sad plight of her baby, but was too
late to save her. The baby was
buried at Mt. I'isgah. Greensboro
le' Wi-o iu Carolina liank, to bring
u:t against (i 11. Sniather
ailiesville. former receiver of the
ink. The order provides that the
nil .hall be for an account and
it lenient of his receivership. No
im! accounting has ever been made
in.-o the change in receivers bv
uiatiiei-s. and the suit is to detenu
ic w he'liei Smathers owes the re
ivor-hip or tin.- receivership is in
..-MmI to the former receiver.
John B. Green Captured.
Wisun. . C, April 4. John 15.
en. w ha is wanted for seduction.
and for wiaun the (ioveiior has nffer
eu a Vewnrd of Jiin.was found late
o-terdav a lernonii in Virginia. Mr.
I 'a i is t he father of the injured girl,
tiaec-l him up, had him arrested and
jailed ut Portsmouth. Mr. Davis
eiiiue back to Wilson last night to
have his attorneys, Messrs. l'oti und
i inclio, get the necessary requisition
papers to bring the prsioner back
Negress Sent up for Killing White
After a trial at Abington, Va..
which lasted ten days, Klla Gray, a
colored woman, was on April "ml.
given sixteen years in the peniten
tiary for the killiiiir of Charles M.
Chester, a voting white mini, on Jan
uary 2'J last. Chester, who traveled
for n Uoiinoke bus'lless lirni, was
found dead in the Gray woman's
yard at Abingdon. The woman
claimed Chester criminally assaulted
her and that she shot and killed bun.
Woman Shoots a Man.
In a row at a bandy bouse in
GreeneslKiro last Siimlay one of tin
inmates, a voutig woman. .Maggie
Harris, shot 'and seriously w ounded a
married man named Standard.
I'he weapon used was a rcvohoi.
The ball entered the abdomen, pro-
diieinga serious wound. 'I he woman
lms been confined in jail to await
the result of the woand.
The physician who is attending
Stanford says the wounded man is
almost certain to die. John N.
Wilson, county attorney, has taken
his at.te-niortcui deposition.
Mr Charlie Cox und Miss Mi'ltic
Craven, the accomplished daug'u t
of Mr and Mri .1 'A' Craven, ove
mill l ied Sundav, ucv James Jordan
Oliciating. We wish for tlieiu B
long and happy life.
Mr C 11 .'lulian while hauling
some goi.ils tor tne iTiiiiKiinwuc
Store Co., one day last week,- was
thrown from the dray and sustained
a painful bruise.
Mr Clifford Jennings, of Greens
boro, visited at Mr M G Bute's la-l
Sunday, and one of the fair sex is
Mr Ed lioiith left Wednesday for
Sinford where he will make his
We hud unite a large frost Sunday
morning which did considerab!1
damage to the grass crop throng;
Mr William Hobson, while liaulini
some cotton one ilav nisi; in, -thrown
from the wagon under tin
horses which spoiled a nice hat ami
made an ugly gash oil his forehead.
The new goods for the l-'rankiii -vilicaiid
liiiiidiilp'u Store Co... ar.
coming in every day and they will
soon have among the nicest line, el
goods that can be found in tie
con in v.
Mr'.loliu Free, of Greensboro, ha
been visiting at Mr Marion ltabl - in'
for the last week.
The l-'rnnUinvillo- second ni; e
plaved b'am.'.nr team on ihe t
grounds a few days ago. "i'-ii 'he
i-raiikliniille boys fooling .-eVeral
ahead of b'amseur.
We are glad to see the inijTo'--ineiits
that have been made -,i la.-l
ltrag Street which has been grade.!
and a suspension bridge has been
creeled across -rsiminn creek whir-',
will place our cili a .is on both -aa -of
the ..ireain in closer communication.
Farmers ar..' delayed
-Mr J I-' C.
!!ev II A
A Cripple Brutally Assaulted.
Clinton, N. I'. Mr.J. L. Howard.
of Clinton, a one-legged man, was
brutally assaulted one night not long
sua e by four men, one of w hom
n- eil him riiiu his home to a spot
jusr ouusiue me corporate limits,
i liere the attack was made with
lubs, sticks and a wagon whin soon
aftir. The men where arrested and
hound over in a IfJtiO bond each
1 wo have since furnished bail but
the others are still in jail awaiting
A Cigarette Blaze.
Monroe, N. C, April 4. A bov
whose name cannot be learned at the
present writing has covered himself
with enduring fame by puffing a
cigarette to such bad purpose as to
start a fire at the Indian Creek Cot
ton Mill, three miles south of l.in
c.il.ieu. ' ' ' ' '
Details of the tire are meagre. It is
known, however, that four thousand
dollars worth of cotton, the cotton
house and waste house were burned.
The only insurance was that upon
the cotton. Your correspondent's
informant did not learn the amount
of this insurance.
The fate of the cigarette, with the
boy attachment, is nat stated. Hi
probable that the cisrarette was care
Iessly tossed among some inlhunmable
material and Sampson-like perished
among the rum it had wrought.
Mrs. Mary A. Curtis, wife of X
n. v.urns, aiea &l ncr nome m ar
(rays Chapel Mar. 29th, l.t03. Sh
was a gentle chrisUiin woman loved
by nil who knew her. She leaves
sorrowing husband and seven chil-
Iren and many friends. She will be
sadly missed, bill our loss is her gain.
J ne nerearea ones weep not as those
who have no hone, for thev shall
meet her in the clad beyond. U
the soft mellow waves of" God-civen
solace flow in soothing ripples over
me laceraieu nearts ot the bereaved
relatives and friends and soread over
their wounds the precious balm of
resignation until they meet her in
that land where nartinir is no more.
The remains were laid to rest in the
cemetery at Gray s Chapel.
work in t!i
inn li rain.
.111.1 v ili.--
pivaohe I an able sermon
pulpit at l'li-asant Gl'oie .
llev W W Lawrence 1
neighborhood veslenlay. -Itia.ly.
of Cedar Falls, u
.iron "and bom. place for I
,1.IV,. 1 M Ib-ady. i
Falls, .-.a- down to see 1
. -teniae. Th.-r
ai w if nick-.- a pi
made a Hash of we
heard no singing-. v " a
W Leonard is all smiles
ua in thi
he !a-l few
il otil, v. bich '
sill nose, .is
Iv.vcry farmer knows thai
ni plants grow better tli in
ers. Soil'inay bo the fanic
I seed may seem the same
- some plants arc weak ami
that's the way with
'.i.vn. They r.t'2 like young
::ts. Same fooil, same home,
a: tare but some p'uw l i.-,
1 r-trontj while cithers stay
. ,'1 .-itid weak. ' '
'.v.tt's Kmnlsion offers an
w.iv nut of tlve clilTiettlty.
..1 weakness often nu '. ;
rot hecanse of 1 u k
. o l. hut becauf.o the food
. rot feed.
Si olt's ICti.ulaion really feci'
1 oiv.es the child growin,
'h.-aever the cause of wea
. "i, l failure to "row-
i''-; l''o,ii!sio'i seems to find
:i.l M.-t the m lit.-r tiyltt.
,- . . v .. I . C-allM , New York
. c a ?i ... ; ...I diuta;iU.
(JUKES BI.CK)') POISON, I ASCEH.
PLCEK5, Et ZEM.X , C A HHUNCLK8
Robert WnrU, Niuxey' . Gn.. a's.
I Butlered Irom blnl i oUon, mv
i-ait, iHee anil -boulders erf one mB
of corroptlou, aehu lu I" lies and 'i ouj
Uuiulnj-, iuhlug, scabbv kti.
ie IHood Halm uun-tl inn imf.-it y, heal
id oh the sores ard gave my kin i lie
h uluw ..' liinlih. Bloo'l n-ini
nuvr life ii.lo nil blood aud 1 6 v lino
tut. i. in my bruin " (iro. A. Wil-
r. Kcs'.uiry, fnce eotertd nh pnu-
. .a r o c s re oa baelt of benil, sup
,it rsitii. it ku.-. Illni-on ueelc.eutli.f li leer
Done pains, iicomn sxe- .cimu
feellv bv boliiuie lilooJ Unln.
isnli b.al.d. Botuile lib ml Blm
s all niidlKuuut blond Iroubloi, mieb
us eoiun, i. hub a"" scai'e, i'i'P'".
li llllllig H'TfH, enrbunliC", ' "lula,
eic E peeiiilly adviwl for all obsltn
nlf. ran. tli"t I avo rein hel the second
c i-1 il ird MiiKf . 1 mproves t be d gert 1' u ;
siici.RthFua '-ak kidnrys' D.uKKlstf,
1. lo t roie il inient-eami'le of Blood
linlm sent free und prepaid by wriiing
lllooi Balm Co., Atlanta, (. Iewrlbe
ireui leauil free n.edlial anvice sent in
a lot ot nnli'
ally made th
with whom i
There viii 1
and i: eiia-bi
gang i- fore.
Gnashing of Teeth.
il'immnoed by a prominent
.i'ie.-r that one e:;ci I ot th
.-cd by the late I.-gi.-tbe
diminution or a bo
iealiv all of liie store
sigei-. in this Mate.
pt v. ill be a o,.,p;,S:iu,-
; Iv wished for'' i
liuiii- 'no have gen
n-.-lves offensive to all
iv i ome in contact.
a loud l.mieiitalion
r of n-eth win -li this
"fiom th- swill tub
!.-( Iiathani Kecord.
Report of Committee Appointed
to Settle With Clerk.
i no uiiiiersiiiieu oimocu coo.....ut "- " .' --
Lassiter, W. J. bcarboro and J. A. Spenco beg leave to submit the follow
inc report for the years beginning Di-c. 1, -6M and ending Ucc. I, 1903.
That they met in the court house ut Asheboro on tho 2th day of Jan.
11)03 and proceeded to discharge the duties intrusted to Micm, and atter
i,..in. livn lv oniiniel in exaiiiinins the books of distnbutiou, records ol
settlement and iiidement dockets and other books and reports iwrtaminfr
to the otlico of Clerk of Sttpciior Court, they find that 0. G. Hendricks
the Clerk of the Superior Court trom Marcii, ip. io uec. i, uo,
the following itemized errors in his report to the county commissioners for
the term Miding lec. 1, 1902, which amounts are duo the parties named
herein and should have been included in his report and should hare beea
turned over to the new Clerk:
To Whom Duk.
Heirs of Annie Peace
Heirs of Isaac Fallow
Heirs of A. J. Crayon
Heirs of Micajah Jackson
A Western ditor was miming the
motto, "We tell the truth," at the
head of his paper. A few days ago.
houcvei. he encountered several gen
tlemen who objected to the truth be
ing told, and as a consequence the
motto disappeared and the following
notice was pruned: "i nui e lecot
or from our injuries recently received
this paper will lie just the same as
the rest ot I lam.
- MiL-ust Haw.'
A PKOMINHXT "INISTKIl BECOM-
MEM8 CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC,
ClIOI.KUA AND IUAKHHOHA REM
Rev. 1'rai.eis J. Pavhlson, pastor of
in,. St Miinhow lluiitisi cliucli and
...a,l..,o ni Hip Ihir.l District li'P
A-socliiuion, 2 ill! Second St. New
li . una. writes as follows: i unve
s.u i liKinl er sin's l olie, t'ho'eni and
li ,o rl.,i Kn . , t fori'iampsaiid PhIi
ihn .nan ,cb und a. una u eic iieni.
li is in toct the best cramp aiei colic
-. civ I have cvrr umvi Also severoi
I nn i u-iutiioii.n-s have ue d it
lunily sa l.-faetory resulls." For sale
tiy s an ami u.ui in . .isucuuiv.
Vor.r ei .tll-rs' and cr-.llil-
ei 'hrmc'if '' u-inu si'V-
I iii-etioii or liili-ns-:
v.-.-re sea co aiei tl.ey
, Nui ioin
i Aai'ist V . v.cr to cln.n en
.mil toy I.-riiienaiioii nf un i
.!, !-)-. lot" 'le- action ol lie'
on a- Hi-, ii.th.us o il
"The Land of The Shy."
Thi. is the title of uu ultra
booklet JlLt l-Mled l'V tilt )
doiarliil'-iit o! tin
descriptive of We
This book is beaut if nil v Min
ed, and give.- the prospective to
an t-M-clh-iit id.-a of the attract io
liiis charining iiioiintain eounli)
To tiio.-e i letup luting a li i
either health or pa-asm
.pring or suinnier, it w
to apply to a repr
tern North (';
during i i.
.llld be Well
.ntative of tin
On tho first and third Tuesdays of
April, May and June the Frisco sys
tem (St Louis A Ban Francisco Bail
wad) will have on tale reduced one
way aud round trip tickets from Bir
mingham, Memphis and Saint Louis
to point in Arkansas, MiseouH, Ok
lahoma, Indian Territorr and Texas.
U-:.. UT T- C I i-i m. -r.
"ow n j. ottuiiuer-fy . a. r, u
fon liussell, colored, of I'awtroe
township, was placed in jail Wednes-
uay, cnargiM wnn committing rape
on a four-year old colered girl of the
same township. We could not learn
any thing of the particnlars more
I haii that Kusmdl was tried befoie
J.f pure 11. 11. W. Paschall and
ordered to jail without bail. War
ren ton lieeord.
A Little Child Goes Marl
Bit by a stray dog the little six
year-old son of a colored preacher
named Williams, Hying near Sun-
bury, is ravins mad. Frothing f
inr mimm anu uiueous cnej be is
dying dying in anguish and pain
while a heart-broken father helpless
ly watches his pitiful passing.
Eden ton " Transcript.
Miss Epsie Woolen spent Saturday
onu ounuay at. ner nome in Jlantlie
man. Mr J C I'epper left .Mon
day to join camp No 1, of the sur
veying party of the Iialeigh West
ern. Several young ladies an J
gentlemen of High Point spent Suu-
uy evening in town. air Ueorge
Craven has boueht afine vonnir horse
nu ne is me envy oi all tne boys in
town. Trinity High School ball
team and one from Itandleman will
cross bats on the grounds here Mon
day evening, April 13th, at 3.00 V
M. sharp. A rood came is expected
Key Albert Sherrill Dreanhed an
excellent sermon Sunday morning to
a large congregation. Mr Jeff
Andrews has improved the ant-ear
nee oi ma nouse ov anoint? a new
front porch. Sheriff Finch came
up Monday on the vestibule to sneud
sevsral days at home. Mr Loo
White, of iialeigh, was in town last
week to see his brother. Mr J J White.
Miss Harris and brother, of
Thomas ville, visited their sister, Mrs
J x iienry, Bunday The little
girls of the town who have been col
lecting missionary money, uioved a
nice time at the parsonage Saturday
evening. Key Geo Kirov, of High
roiui, maae uiem a nice talk. Ke
fresementa were served and each lit
tle girl was riven prixe. Over $13
Negro's Throat Cut
Walter Hess, bad white man.
while drinkine. cut and alaahed th
face and throat of Frank Hall, a
Cool Spring Items.
ll. v dames Webster pivael.o.l ai,
exceleiit sermon at this piace m-
day. i;, v M N Cooper, of C re, ns-
boro, will 111! his regular appoint
nt heiv the s .ml Sundav.
The thrc-y ear-old child ,,f M'r :,,!
Mrs Washington lirnucr fell from a
foot log into Sandy cieek la-l w.-el;
and inflicted a serious woimd on it-
forehcad. Mr l;..iL. Waid and
Miss .Martha Jones vi-iicd Miss linn
ma Ward Sunday and also att.-n l.-u
the holiness meeiiug at While's
Chapel. Miss Margaret WaUer.
who lias b.-eii seriously ill, is iiupiov-
A I'KOV-IRilTIoN WHAT ( ' 1 A M
Hi: III. a IN h COIJ-', CMOLI-iltA AND
I'lAKIillnr.A ItKMLDV CAN DO
"One af our eu-tom-s, a mt'.
resp ot. cl c itlen of this .! .e , ; I. , e
tor in jears ssuffrrer fron c.runie
diarrho-r," wriies Walden & Mani a
ilrnirjfl.f--. of Keterpri e, Air. "H hHli
iisc.l vriou pa'nt Drenar.itio.. and
been tresied by .liysi ign willmn any
p rmxiii'iit DTiefli. A few in r.II n
eo be enuimenced taklne Chaml.ei i.i -
Colic, Cholera nd li.r.hoa It- ni'dy'
Sl.iiiv eil.z.-nes ol Kntu',rse v In 1;
ia.-iic.s an 1
,1 a i,ov .lo-s ot l.iei,-s A i
r. iu b in d t rin. I" uni'.e
it .1 th- ie. U nothing seriou
it "iili "ii. V. u can get tt f
rem. ov at ail ilruj-i-ls
law. H- i
. o. l of i on i -. undev-tau.N t
he Mie.M b.e. no show of el. .-iioit III
the I'il' b di.'.iiet. Mi l'.la. kbiirn
has ii..t ve! ,.i, n.il an olbce in
o jo ii no siioum dccnlc iii loom,,
le re..-t;:-cen.l.oro 'ain.
ror liv.-r iroul'les nu I catstipH'i. n
i'here's n .'tiiiii- I. ;.,r ia urentioii
I han I.iul - Uarlv Id. -, the fann u-
little pi. la
I I: y always i iTo t r. . ai.- an i save
Liltle K.rlv lits r. ar di'ereat fiom
1.1- Oil) T ; ill.-. Toft, do not we ike.,
Hie sv.si.-Di, ' ut mt as a toioc to i lie
' - lies by nronsi .e the s errta.ri an. I
restoriiiK the l.ver to the f-ill i
mee of 111 film-' on n-t irall
While playing in the yard one day
ast week, the fourteeii-moiiths-olil
laiightei- of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. hit-
lev, w ho reside a few miles north
west of (irecnslKiro, fell into a tubof
water and was drowned. Ihe littl
s mot hei discovered the fad
oh --lit of her baby, but was too lute
-ave Inr Me. i he uanv was nurieu
at Mt. l'i-gah. Greensboro 1 atnot.
A SWEKT I1REAT1I
: ever fa'l'.ng "iitn of a bea'thy
sioinaeh. Hen in.. Dr.-ain is i'i iu
st-mieh is out of ordoi. There is no
remedy in th- worlo en.ual to kouii
c-ap-jsia 1 urf lor cii'mii luiiig-siiou
lv- epsia and all stoinaeh disorders
f rs. Msn S. t'riek, of White Plains
Kv.. wiii-s: ''I hnve been a 'tyspsptic
I r vpars ttlwl all kinds ol remeilie
hut e .utime d lo grow worse, lly tlie
hi of Rodol 1 lecau to Iwpiove ai
e. nd after takl..K a few bott'es am
fu'.iv restorid In reinht, health and
urer.Bih and can es1 wha'evrr I like
U .In! ,1', el. what von eat and insk'
i he qtouneh wri t. W. A. Underwood
HAK8 A CUUN SWEEP.
Thereto nothlnv Ilka Mr,. th.-,.
tboroiiRblir. Of 11 the Bdrn jon svir
beard of, Bockien's Araioa ialn it lb
mt. I aweaps away and rare Bams
L'-uieman Kill testify to i in ir.th
fulnesi of this stateinrnt." Fi r sale
by Sundard Dr .e C'..., As'.e'ioro;
Half the chariri of piide is lost
under the preMiire of work and
iriitation of haste. We rarelv kmm
our best friends on their ide;
vision of their noblest selves is
lantty onsctire hv the mists of pre-
occiieation in.TI ivcarniess. llamil-
ton W. Mabif.
GOOD KOU CUILIIISLW
Tlie i leunnnt to taki and liarml-s
tine Mi ate I ouli Cure eives immedi
ate rtdiet in a'l cases of CntiRb. Croup
od LaClripps liecausM it dtx-. not pa
immcdiitcly into the stomach but
like, effect right at -lie ma I of tbe
troubls. It draws out th" iutl umia
ti' n, hoals and soothes and euros p-r-m
inentiy by "nnb'in(- t' e lunvs to con-tribui-
pure llf.'-KiviUK aud lirti-s-'srain-inL.
i,xye :a to th- b'oo-l ind li-su"-. W
A Und'-rwfio-l, handlemRii.
ll is triii- tii.it in. .st of the places
her. ( I.ilihvu are taitgbt need re
foi mation and renovation, but the
teacher who will coi.tetit.-dly live in
a disgraceful school-house needs re
formation us much as the phuical
A t-UKE TlltStl.
It is 8-iid tl.it nothing is suro csi.-ii.
d ailiuml in.v.s, Irn il.nt 1. nut ni(o
4?lhnr trim. Ur. Kings New D s
.' ery far Consuaipt.aa l- a miru cure
for all Line an' ti ro.it tr. uiilm
I n..;, lands can testify to t' at. Mrs.
I' li. Van lil-lre . f S . pherdon V.
Va. soys: had a severe cpsi- i,f
Hronehiik and f. r a v ar tried rverv-
ivltiitiiL! J heard of, but pni no relief.
.... ....c'vai. w i..3.'i.-..OTv;.L
marriages than all the immorality of
the world put together.
UlK NOTICE IS SERVED.
Due notice is li-rol.y serred on tbe
p.iijlic Ko..eri.llr inai UeWiti's Wii.
Iliicl sialve is tli" only salve oa tbe
ninrKft tliHt is made Irura ihe pure
uim.l.lti-raii'd wiieb bniel. DeWitt'i
W'lich ll.izel Snlve ha cured thons
anus of eases of piles Hut wo'ild not
yield to a y oilier treatment, and (bin
fa t has brought oui msny worthless
iv . i ouii'i i feit. I hose persons wbo iret
in" n nuine uen iii'a w iten Hazel Salve
are i ever disupiioi ned. b.'i-nu-e
cures. W. A. L'uderwoo'i, Handle
bottle ol Dr. Kintt's New 1)1
e.y i hen cured ine nbsolule ly. lis
n!a lit.ro f- r Croup, Wb -opini: Cougli
'oi nieamoria an I L .inun pti
' r.v ii u'b ku Arsule ' bp Siau urd
i) ug I o., Asbeb to. Irii.lljolll
lie... siztjs Sue, SI I 'J
The Wisconsin "U.gislaturo has
passed a bill which prohibits the
manufacture and sale of cijnretts or
ciL'aretfce paper in thut State after
July tbe lirst next.
TOO GREAT A RliK.
A reMal.U remedy for Uiwel com
olalnis sheulJ elwtys be kept at bund
The risk is t"0 are ut for snyous io t . ke
Cbaaib'rlalD's Colic. Ctolo.r and Diar-
rboer Remedy never fails and hen
rodnoed l'h wster is Dleas-ot to lake.
For sale by rtiaudsrd Drag (Jo , Aebe-
Tbe capacity of flie business con
cern that advertises jndicioulv aud
uuiiuuuuuueiy is luvarioiy umiu-u,
. ' """s-v.o, u. a. a. u, i , - . -7 , V - i sweeps sy ana nree Haras
Frisco System, Atlanta, Ga- for in- ?es?ro cab dnver, in Salisbury last fores. Brsfs,,. Cuts, Boila, Utoem.
. tSatnnlav. Th nrrn will Ll.l. 8ki Eraotloos and PIIm. It'. ni.
Ul-m Mat been releaacsi on iftZ. DragcZ ' "J"'ral0 ?w-' Onlyae. at btautiar. llruf
A THOUGHTFUL MAN.
H. M. Austin of Winohnstse. Tnrf
knew what lo do in tbe hour of nai
His wifs bad snrb an annaoal ease of
siomacn and liver trouble, pbyiocatu
eomd not help ber. He tboogbt of end
tried Dr. Kinft's New Life P.Us and
sbs (tot relief at one and was finally
In the South to,' people out
every lut) liv- in the country. If il
pays to have "ood 1 h 11 re lies in th.
country, then it ouoht to pay b
Have ood school-houses there.
All WEUE UAr'FLEl).
Wo d con.es fr. iu vke, Ark, that
Ilav. Jao. J Cox had asiranire n aHdv
a.-c mpanifd qi- yellow jsundlie. For
I bypiolaii. eii) I.s 111 -il end
tho ieh ev rlbn g knom lo the pro
m was iced, the troiiu e reuianie.l
d .y in- b- gan 10 us.' Eleeir c bit
ten and in a wo. k, a c:.a:i.e for tbe
batt-r ran e mid. at i mitli be wax
ti elr cured. It's the must reliable
iiie iictiiA tor Iiver and Kidney tr-ub
(in'v 50c and gnaranteed by Kttndard
Iii many southern states the an
mini aveiaec salry of of a public
school is less than $141 per year,
This is about lorty cents a day, the
amount allowed the connty jailer iu
several southern states for the main
tenance of criminals!
DOES TI TAY TO BUY CHEAP?
ia all right, bat yon want soaiotbl
A rheap remidy foroongha and cold
'"nt will ri liete and cure tho more e-
snd damerous rosulu of throat
aud lung I rootles VYbat sball voudo?
Go 10 s warmer and mors r- gular o)i-
maier res, 11 pcwiuie: 11 not povsibte
fur yon, then iu either ess take tbe
only remedy that bas been in'roduced
in all civilised countrlen wtib eueoess
1 severe ibrat and lunar trrnbles,
BoeJhie s Uerman H.rup. It not
on.y beals sad stlmnlatea tbe tissues to
lefctroy ibo eerui disease, bus allays in
flamaiation, oaaseeeasr eipectoraUon.
(-.T'-s a good night's res', mid euree lbs
p ttieot. Trr one bo' t . RecOmmerj ti
ed msiiy years by all druggists In tbe
sorld. oa caa git this rellab'e
remedy at all druk'g sts, ftlM Hoc and
7e. - ' I
Many Attractive Trips
Uxtremely Low Rates
Un account of the following oeea.
viol), extremely low rales have been su
1 lori.ed via .-'Jin hern liuilway, Jwbich
art- svaiisnie 10 me general public:
ATLANTA, GA., for meeting Na
tional Conference Cbarities and Cor
reetlone, May D-12, 1903. Tickets on
side May 4 aud 5, limited to return nn
til May P., ltwi.
ATLANTA, OA , National Onven
te n Itai.list lione fconle s Union
July H-12, 1903. Tickets 1111 sale July
1 ut iu, niuiiea return until July 15
r.xir-ns'ou 01 iiuiu may o- ois
fcii'iel ou those tlcke's tn Anfrust 16
moi, 11 uepo.iiru i y ;orlj(inl purchas
ers witu specml Agent, AtlAnia, Ga.
on or t.eior" joiy 10, 1IM)3, ana spun
p mom 01 iee ei nry cenis.
liO.TON. MaSS National Educa
tional Asaocali'n, July 010, luos.
i ielieia on sale Ju!y fi ;to 5. limited to
reiuru untllJu'y 12. I'm. If tickets
e it. p .sited witu Joint Ag.-nt 001
rlinr ll an July 7 nnr liier th-i Julv
11, aud upon Raiment, of fee of flft
certs, ex snsion ot final limit ma be
"tilslned 10 sep'enbe' I. li"3
UAUOM. U.. Souse (Jane (iroweis
Jiivwitin.i. .VI ov 0-8. 19 .3 Tlckots on
Site May 4 and 6 (eic pt in Georirji
an-l Alaiiarca, ou sate only on Mav 51
inniien to reiurn until aiay u, iis3.
xm a 311 villi., ia.-a. uene-al As.
embly ."nmhc la-d Presbtterian
t bur,b, M-y 21-2l, 1jo8. Tickets on
sa e Mi.v 21 to ill. limned toretnrn nn-
111 June 1.
NliVV OBI KANS, LA. Almeriuan
iical Ax.oelat'on. KUy 6 8. 1S03.
Ti -kits on sals May I to 4, l mite 1 ten
l' ror rrtoru, axrept 1' deposited
witb Buecid Astentl New Orleans, tint
later tbsu May 12, and upon payment
1 iee ot nny asnu, un-n dixv be
tended to May 81. 19U3, '
NEW ORLEANS, L. .-National
Manulaotarers' Assoclat-qn, April
Wii. IHIIDII UD HID aflni IB EA 17.
VJ03, limiied to April 18, 1H03, for re-
tnrn. Eneraion ot find limit t" April
SO, 1908. may be obtained noon deooait
ui lo-eia who opeciu Agent, "law
Orl- aa, and payment of fee of fif y
ItJCHMOND. VA. Southern Eduea
tiunil Conferenoe. April 23-17. Tl;k
et on s-le April 80 lo 82. limited tore-
tarn un'il April SH, 1803.
SAVANNAH, UA. Hontbem Bs
list Convention, May 714. 1(03.
Tijkets on aula May 4-7, llmittd to re
turn sntll slay 20. Br depositine
i-uae.s kiio DpfKH-u Agent, oavannan,
not Uier than May 80, and payment of
of nrry eenu. nnal limit ma be si-
tenoVdioJane 1 1V08.
Tickets on sal to above points from
ad stations nn tsoatbern Railway.
Foe detail' d information suwly to
n aretl Ticket Air nt ol Houthern Katl-
a or oonnnJtint; line, or eddies.
$ 2 20
7 65 '
' 8 60
When said amounts were ascertained the same were paid over by ex-
Clerk 0 (' Hendricks to V C Hammond, C. S. O. In addition to the
above the committee finds that lie has in his hands as receiver the follow
ine, (be roiKJit of which is usually and properly made to tho judge riding
li li Cox et als 3245 05.
Coltraue heirs 393 81
Egbert Hummer 65 62
Surah lliushnw 62 70
Joseph Uancoi k 130 44
Total 4099 62
The committee tind that U O Hendricks ex-Clerk of the Superior
Court during the period in this report has properly disbursed, paid oyer
and ri'imrteii all other county funds which have come to his hands as Clerk
of said Court so far as they have lieen able to discover. All of which is
respectfully submitted. This April 6, 1903.
II. 0. LASS1TEU, Chairman, )
J. A. Sl'ENCK, Committee.
W. J. SCAUliOHO. I
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO US.
7743, Window ys Miller
State vs l'oter Ureen
"rs:i:i. Thompson vs Chaudier
7i,V., (i.uilford I-.br Co vs W A Fox, Sundry parties
7),'i!', Guilford hbr Co vs A I'ox, bumiry parties
St vs Charlie Vomits S Keddick
Heirs of hlizabetn .LaugUIin
8440, Wmslow vs Sanders J A Blair
8478, St vs Crisco A S Barker
8o(K, St va Sherman MneKier, a i i-rown
fi.lli'.l, St vs Cornelius Anderson, Sundry parties
51 j, St vs llobt Millikau A S Barker
8,"0, St ys Slinbe l,unib Jiiagisirates
8053, White vs Fields Sundry parlies
8677, St vs Wni Harris J M Brintow
87o0, St vs Peter Hardin W V Bedding
8741, St vs l'etcr Hardin Ell Bobbins
8780, Moflitt vs Mcflitt Shepard
8801, St vs llobt Evans J 11 Gilmer
8Siil, St vs J D James W S Garner
8845, Burns vs U K II M Johnson i
See inheritance tax $40 14. receipts 11
'.KV'''. St vs 31 li .Moon li U Tadlock
'.M'i'i, St Clius Gibson Norf Black & Luttcrloli
01i;7, St ys Win Walker Maine ijiugulin
llo, lurvis vs riirvia a u ard ner
12S. Elder vs Wall Sundry parties
210, Bd Education vs Itandlcinaii, L 0 Tadlock
H i, Cavincss vs Elizabeth Foust, A G Pickett
272, Allen vs tioley A is liarker
S.s'.i'.t, St ys Lnnpley W F Bedding
81HI4, St vs Englisli Sundry parties
Pnstnbution docket pago 90 JJora I? tiller s heirs
Bobl 11 Littel
Heirs of Nancy S'lciicer
iJisi juj .iiaiiiu.i uuwow
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We are reducing our stock of Hardware, Cutlery Ect
preparatory to moving into our new building the first of
the year and we are offering some '
Real Bargains in all Shelf Hardware
If in nied of anything in the Hardwire line, we advise
you ao call and see us while this reduction sale is on
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