THE MONROE JOURNAL.
G. M. REASLEY. ( .,,,.
Tl'ESDAV March 24. lyoj.
The Supremacy ol La ami Order.
NEURO MtROEKS AN OLD MAN.
MM. ARKS LLTTL'K.
Thea 5hoU a Woman Who De- He Again Ak nr. KuokU t
lends Herself and U Not killed.
Retract ami Anuso!.
lu scatrnciiig uuo lio 111 J been
fuunJ RUilty of violating luiuui
laws, J O. II. Allro took occasion
una day last cek to speak ol thr
great mistake that ia breakers ollru
nuke in presuming tint tlirjr can main
Uin their coulee of UIctir!a it
spite of the courts. Keferriii to the
iieiit-nt vulatious that hive occulted
iu the luer put vf Itufoid touhip
he mhI to the luisvurr. Mi KnJe. h
cauie fiom thne: "You people iireJ
not ihtiik tint yiu can aljv Jefy thr
U. The Jay of whiskey selling an J
ham burning is ovtr. The little sec
tion duwu there cauuol do as it please.
It the r 'iinty ci:iut maintain oi ler
the Stale uulitia cau be called out and
oeie it Hsitile for it to fail, the ful
led States army may te called upon
The law in :t a.ij a as ill tri
The darkest crime in the annals . u.u ..iuk
o( KiKkinRham county asCJtn- mlit I rv.nl t mi I.iiiu!
nutted ThwsJay ni;ht in the Car-, pttrttmin ! a ':
tnel lection, five mile lioni Ktid- prfavlirr h--rtl.iiitf tin- w.l t.i..ii
1lle.henJohol5roaJnaX.aneKro;'"'f '" ""
. 11 1 'slMtvd. ut uI ! Iimiilriil ami
boy, sixteen years old. killed t ... . ,, w. . 1 ..
, ... 1 . . ,. ,, itv fljlhl tu in I In- Mil In
Mdney blair. and estimable c it-j .ivuU ,- ,.., aiv ,.
ucn ol sixty. anJ shut Miss Sillie j rill m. M1ir,k, . m ,., il,, -Walker
three time. M s W alker avt. ,1,,-r,'. d m .pu:.itii.ii u..i
is a school teacher and lepl huuse, vi. Sum- uf iIh- t n luif
(or IMair who is her uncle. M-iilttl putlt-r r piv.u ln i' audi he
The niurJerr was captured ' t hiiri lim arv aluudomil r hue
m.l nrr...l In u.l in i hnirs ii c.ii h i ii- at lirciul.ir uiltrxaU
after the commission o( the crime
Miss Walker told the story ol the
i r.me to a correspotnlei.t i( the
l liarlolte Otsertt as tollo'
While e were eating supper
John Hroadnax. a negro hoy jbout
i years old, entered Ihe Jiiiiii:
room. He encased in a conver
sation with I'ncle Sidney, and
then pulled out a revolver and
commenced tiring at me. Two
shots took effect, one ol the bul
lets entering at Ihe skin of my
neck, and the other K"'inK
side. 1 arose and as I did si he
Ninth Caroliua is sultermg now for i aimed at my uncle. We Were
some h..lescnie lessons in the en- then M Standing in a It leel ol
forcemeat u! the la. Tiu ie is sirat each other around the table, lie
question i' oui most si rious danger is tired two shots at my uncle, one
uot the U aJimnistrationof the U. baU entering the collar-bone, and
Ttiried.m.tapH'artol.etliedeMie!lhe other pierced his bowels. We
... i f .II........I ll- r.. l.i .I.I.T llH
Oil the part ot cm:H .(lid rucciune, i"""i "- "'om ...
Olfiiers to Me tli
Ihcre shisild Ihv
. la eiiti'rci'd that
J his iiat le due to
f.l UleaSIK'aS. fol
olhi ci s al e
what p'lHu' i t'liu.'U
do. AuJ i! it is line
ti e i-i:o c -I'm U'luc,
f.n the pul'iu" t ' iiu
l:.ul and mm uh.lt U
itscit. 1 lu- r-i-e null
ei es. uh: Jul. .illy
I ir law am 'i.i; fl.
jli-iii;; to Jo only
c- n.pels them to
to the lclapse ot
t : : til it is tune
,f 4ii iiitu-pec-the
mLii li l.ilieai.
.'I cules a culiti'litpt
ii'iotis iLis and
thoe ii'i! '"i'.-taiit le
llpoll thrtu tl,c l:i irc-IV
::s to iinpiess
of lu and or-
dt'l . llii-ii- the uod ive:i land of
liln-rti .Hid fin v nun I:js a luht to do
Hhatt.-eii i he ( l.i...'cs e. cpt t break
Ihe Ian, ai.d viIiimi lie J"i- dial and is
pt'.'Wii by fan an I l.iuiul i::caus to
have dour thin his piK.ishtnent
s'.ould i t' .'a -'ii. i a r he 1 e a suh
iri t of the tost dep.-l on eaitli. Let
all pi 'fe-si iial lal iraio -is !t taiiiht
the If --.in t' it the)' t- tiiiwt with i:n
piimtv ovhi !e the M U'ieii;:i mltof
the State as i pl e? -t-d in it;, statutes.
Mieie is l ilt ui;e nay t i do this and
that in l y p ihlu- ri'iilimrut. I..i
lueaki n .1 ii t i me a tap for the el
foils of ollii'laU uiiie- thev iill.oi that
the p.oit r and deti'l iinii.ition of the
piiMie is hi h;n.l tio-e itt.it-i. Thry
to lii li the fincrr of
tten p.'iutd hy reason
n and tiiauny is lus-
m liu'l: n. iiiitains as a
entered, closing the door behind
him and latched it as he went out.
Mr Blair w anted to open the door
and follow li ijjtiax, but I slop
ped him, tearing that he would be
shot again. I'ncle asked, 'Where
did the ball hit you'' Before 1
c.iiil l answer, or ak him where
he was Int. he fell without speak
ing again or uttering another
sound. As we followed the negro
to the door he continued tiring at
us. When lie U It I fastened the
door, but hearing me scream or
or make a noise he entered and
unfastened the door and began
tiring at me again. I succeeded
in pushing hint out and told hnn
not to dare enter again. I'revioiis
to that tune I had never been mi
easy when the negro came around
liven when he entered the kitchen
tlut niclit I didn't fear hnn anv
more than 1 would have feared a
cat, and not as much as 1 would
have feared a strange dog. The
negro had worked for my mule
and was acquainted with his hab
its and the premises. A few weeks
ago seme one robbed my uncle
ol between f ;o and JSo, and it i
believed that l'-roidnax was the
perpettator of that crime. After
blowing the light out and getting
quiet I heard a noise at the front
door. The negro was there try-
.i i i i. - i . .. rt
it flashed upon me that the negro
had committed the nuird.-r in
ordi r to succeed in robbing the
premises. I extinguished the
light in order to escape without
rine a svnoni m
. e hu ultenJ the injury ami to obtain help for my
t Nhcna, the veiy uncle. I remained quiet until the
negro entered the house. After
remaining quiet a short while I
heard him in the hall or front
room, and thought then it was
my opportunity to escape and
secure aid fur my uncle. I slip
ped (iff my shoes and started
tow ard the astern door, nol know
know that the people uiiiy aie l a. k of
Ihe Ian in tins i in ti v and they act
The nati' ii
S-on , .,,,v ,
of if - nppre -ii
Sl.l. till' I'OUIltl
pi :otl lions lol I
K.'ieini.ient the t,
name ot uliuh ha
lor desolation, lint eirii tins greut
antoii.itu- 1 1 ei ii in en t, longr.-t to
withstand li e lihi raliim; influences
of the ae. is changing tosoine degree
its attitude toward.- lis helpless suh
jei t- A ti- lupatih of a few dys
ago said that the (.' o .in whom all gov-
einiiieiit and power lies and from wl.o n ing but w hat Some one W.1S Stand-
all pmilegis and concessions come, ini, there ready to kill me, but I
lias issued a decree providing for fiee- took the chances. I used all the
d "in i ' religion ihi'iiiighuiii his domiu- strength in my power to reach
ion-, establishing to some degree local the neighbor, ihe nearest one living
self goieiiiineiit and making uthir con ; a mile, and after many many hard
cessions to the ullage committees. ; 'falls, I finally succeeded Mr
After leictrmg to the cttorts of his Ksles was not at home, but his
predeee-sois, paiticularly Ins father, . nephew went after hint and Soon
to a Id to the welfaie of the Kussnn cat ned him to our home. They
pcopv. ihe t. u annouiices Ins deci-j found the negro in the house pil
sion to giant tieed .in ot religion tu all lagmg. Utner neighbors were
Ins si l jei ts who profos non-orthodox sent for. Hroadnax attempted Id
needs, and lo improve the conditions escape, but a guard fired at htm
of village ine and those uf the local i and he remained in ihe house.
nobility and peasantry. The negro succeeded in finding
It by some means the blessings ofjlj !, and was ransacking trenks
liberty and euiu.htv could he extended 1 when captured. My surmise IS
to Ins subjects by the ruler of the Has-1 that he thought there was
sians it would go further towards mak
ing his countiy Ihe greatest one on
earth than all the vast schemes of
laud grabbing that he is engaged in.
There is do doubt that Nicholas him
self is a ruler who has great appiecia
lion for his people and desires to im
prove their conditions, but steeped in
all the traditions of Ihe past, weighted
with the tenets of Uranny, and sur
rounded by inini -ters who probably do
not share tils own generous feelings,
it must yet be long before he can do
what lie might like to do,
Prof. Honeycutt Resigns.
Prof. S. .1. Jlonoycntt, who has
ar-rvod so iiwptably ami muds studi
a fine rwonl a principal of Marsh-
ville Academy, him resigned his
poHihon, mill w ill In succeeded by
lion. J. A. Jlcllae, lute represent
ative of Anson county in the gen
oral iuiwiiiWy, the trustees having
elected nun ul a recent meeting.
We do not kuow w hat I'rof. Hon
eycutt's plans are.but wherever lie
jtrufi he ill have the best wishes
of hundreds of friends he has made
In thin county. He is president of
the teachers' association and will
be missed iu that capacity. He is
aeholurly, energetic and has teach
ing ability of a fine order. Sir.
JlcUae is a young man of splendid
character and was one of the moHt
active and serviceable men in the
The commencement of the school
will open on Sunday, the 5th of
Kay, with tbe annual sermon, to
lie preached by Dr. J. C. Howe.
(In tbe Tuesday following, Hon.
Stephen SIcInlyre of Lumberton
will deliver the literary address.
The school is particular fortunate
in tbe selection of its speakers this
of money there but since the last
robbery my uncle had removed
Governor Aycock has ordered a
special term of court on April 1 3
lo try the negro.
"A Trip to the Moon.
This company will appear in the
Monroe opera house twouights, Marcl
jjth and 26th. This play has just had
a big run 111 Charleston, b. C, and re
ceived the highest commendation of
the three leading newspapers there.
Ths News and Courier says: The
Trip to the Moon" has had such a suc
cessful run in Charleston for more
than 1 week thai the management has
decided lo estend Ihe local engage
ment. It is clean and will appeal par
ticularly to Ihe young people. There
is not an objectionable feature about
The Post says: The Palace of Elec
tric Wonders, which opened its doors
to Ihe public last Wednesday evening,
has been playing lo full booses at
every performance, the greater pro
portion of patrons being ladies and
children. One may well call the little
palatial theater "electric wonders."
11 is a blsie of glory and the manage
ment deserves credit and continued
patronage. A strong feature of tbe
entertainment it the novelty dances
by Miss Madison. Herdsnciog is par
ticularly refiied and artistic, and her
costumes are marvels ol beauty, which
are greatly enhanced by the wonder
ful electrical effects. Mr. Will George,
the young and talented bslladist, with
his tweet musical btrilont, rendered
the most descriptive solos that have
ever been beard in Charleston. Hit
favorite song, "I'm Wearing My Heart
Awty lor You, f ivea with expression
and ease, it greeted by appreciative
audiences with enthusiastic spplaase.
Popular prices, t tad 35; reserved
seats, o eentt.
Good Coffee 10 pounds, 12
pounds or 15 pounds for one dol
lar. John R. Himpson & Co,
and the alien laiicv haidlv ever V
Cft-ds tmi-nly live S'xn. Ihe
Sabbath m bi'N au Sii.il!v di M-it
ill. I he olnv Imisv plants nt small
lli.lil-ll li s an-ile.nl and the pvuple
fat 111 only lor the Uttv imi -il
nl'lili'. limit's, U11 ill's aint li'iiii-s.
are- going lo ilii ay and I lit- intli
nulls that wen- on Ihe n- k have
lil'ulileil dow n and tin dams li ne
washed away, lien- and lliciv oii
ill sit a 'stately liiaiiMiiii shelter
ing some di'geni'iale family 111 the
luck room- wluio tin- vacant lnM
giwts you Willi the sileiiie of I he
loinli. S.tini'1 ones you i'l liud an
old man and woman alone 111 a. told
atio stial lioine. I found a iiiothi i
and her two sous and two old mauls
in imi' house, not one ol whom
could H ad. The inlet 1n.11 1 i.igc ol
in ar relatives or not iiiaiiviug at
ail is common and haeht lois and
divorced men and widower have
hoiiM'ktrpeiaitd tin y unblushing 1
ly lohaliil with tlieiii and young
gills Is-iotne grass widoves by Ihe
I line they are Mti-u.
" here is all tin .'" said my
wit'e. "I don't U'lii'vc a woul oi
it. It is some uiwp.iMr lie a
lake made up by oiu' n-poitei."
I lead oil. In one tow 11 I toiiml
the usual Saturday nilit dance go
lug on 111 an old v ai ali'd lav 1 11 and
I hey ilani i d and ib- riled and
di. ink until Sunday 111011,111-. Sim
day is 110 111011 iilwiii'il than it 1
in Chicago, for they Ins- and dig
and g.ilher bay all Ihe ,mie as mi
week day. Iil1t1i.11. insanity and
imbecility ate veiy nun kod 1 I
loiiml one 1'amily 111 w Ineli U.tli pa
tents w.-ie idiots and had i.u- d up
a t'.iinily ot idiot. 1 11 .mot hoi liomc
or house I found a poor old taMn r
taking cue of three inotln 1 le-s
i luidieii. all idiots.
"I don't beln-ve a word ot it,"
slid my wile. "I lien' is 110 iii Ii
'oi!r in this coiiiiuy. U ha!
papei ateyoii ii-adine' Iiomi !"
One can hardly mnn-ive of Ihe
tilth and vice letgning in lliesi
coiintiy plans called homes a bat
haiisiii dilti'i iiig lioni llii'i-ity slums
only 111 its stagnant inertia ami
toll, bi n its lit!!.- by elillleh llillli
eiui-s as it' 111 the heart of Africa.
The country pinplo all over Ihe
Slate are generally without airbi
lion, iinpiov idetit, igtiotiint. not
able to nail or write, lnosi 111 tin .1
family ielalion. sm-tally cm nipt.
opium habit. And these are the
towns wheif, halt' a cent 111 y ,1-0,
lived the Im s t.lln 1 i of the Slate.
Among them the l-'ield 1 y 1 ns am I
his brother-. Ihe Abbott. Ihe
I l.i rues' and 1 on.ild t i. Mitchell and
And now lei ini- tell you. my deal
wile, I am leading from the H ut
lord Times and this is only a li,,n
portion of the report read in New
Haven recently by l!ev. Mr. Hutch
ins, a llible colporteur of I oiitiert 1
This report j, fully accredited tu
be true and the editor of the Time
tries lo lone it down by saying.
" The name conditions do-ci ils-d by
Mr. Ilntehins lor Conmi ticiil are
i'oiiiiiioii to all the oldei Slates."
l!ev. lieorge llorrof Massachusetts'
is also a llible eolpoileiir for dial
State and he said iu Huston the
other day, "I have din en nil ovi 1
New I'.uglaud with my own lmres
and my conviction 1 there is 110
immorality in any Western milling'
town that will compare with what)
you liud a lew miles from any New j
faiglaml tow 11. Mr. Ilntehins' ob
servafion corresponds exactly with
my own." i
liiHiil friends, kind friends, what
is lo l' done about this! Hut the1
editor of the Times is mistaken
w hen he says the same eoiidil tons
are common in all the older Slate. !
We have no such jicoplc in lieor
gia. In some of our mountain conn
ties the ienpt are illiterate, bill I
they me honest and moral mid at i
tend church and observe Ihe mar I
nage relation and olM-y the laws of
the land and make the Im( soldiers;
the world ever saw. They have
courts twice a year 11111I it lakes;
only a half 11 week to clear Ihe
criminal ihs kets.
Now, I was thinking thai as p
ton and Hattl'oril 11111I New Haven
had sent a big lot of money down
here to educate and reform mir lie
groes it would be nothing but fair
for us lo send a lol of Ihe gradualcs
up there to do niissionaiy work in
Connecticut and Massachusetts.
These negro graduates couldn't
teach 1 hem the lost art of making
wooden nutmegs, hut they could
teach school and preach and the
New Knglaud psipe could pay
them for it and keep their money
at home. Something must ! done
and done quick or the old Puritan
nice will become extiuct. I reckon
thwie colored graduates would
make good missionaries. They
have never tried anything else.
When my goo4 friend Mr. T. K.
tsle-by Mill sue Ins IsooL, S.-UH'
I'l lllli-ol llisl.rty - I lie S,..illi 111
dic-tleil," I i.iil.ia ick l. s'ru--II
laii'lully. Si o.i- I luikr yol tell
Iwlli-r I h ue n I. .el it every (..igi'
and am tree t- viy it is ihe lie -a
colli lo lo.; lit',- U.'k of -.'H pig'
I have yit loiii.d. ll is mav-tei ly
and a Hue and did a a -lone
wall, lie li.t ivrl.ilulv V indicated
the South and lialbil the lie- and
slaiiileis lo Ihe 111.11 bead. I lit I
ille I I: I e a il. ti litb r 111 Inllu-ow li
Hon-, hold, ami yet iheie is uo a
iii.ilign ml 1 pi. ion iu it. It 1
-laci-iiilly limn- and would dnn;
com It I iou to i'iy I111111I, Ninth 01
Soilh. that was on 11 to ,,.nv h tiou.
bviiy yoiii'a in the land sh.n.l.l
buy an-i'V a id .ilxsub iiscoiiii iitv
lor it is is 1. .0! able a. a 1010 uo e
I riganl 0 alhclwl coul ribiit ion
tu ssnilhelii hl-tolle.ll lllelalllle
that ha yi I apM an d. N-ml l.'.'".
to Mr. 'g!.'by. No. SmtU Hi.-id
lns l. tl.111l.1. I. a- ll stuns to nil-
ll.lt this Iss.k WtMllll I'OIIVllt .1
Northern fanatic and if it eonvi it
id only one it Would save a soul
Ii out death and hide a liillllllud. ol
in. And theie has ixsi litly conn-
10 me the M ilch lillluls-r ol I lo
Alkahi-sl. a litl il.tv Smth. in
uiagaiiif. and I find iu it aviiy
leinaikal'le ailiele. 'hi Slagv..
l iv ili.ition," bv Mr. 1'rauk Onm
of Atlanta. I did imi tlunk'tbat
the Frank I i lie I used lo know was
old enough to have written li .ir
licit' so si tent Hit , . phihop!iii al.
hi lln!ev like on the laeesot mall
kind. Mi -I of Ihe ailiele I- 1111
analytical li:-l.oy ol the ptiiicipai
rais'atid the cause that eoi.li ih
utisl lo their .nil aiici nieiil or ti t ;i
decay. The latter pail deals gently,
and l.iuly with tbe negro and ur
ellorls to e'ev ate and 11 line line by
t ilucal ton. l ioni Mr. I li me's v lew
ul lit and the laws of elluio.i gy
and biology this cannot Is- m tie
and the clloit vi ,11 Is- in vain. I. it
I have not lime or -pace to r n
his adinuabli' treatise. I.el our
thoughtful 1111 11, our w ie men. oi r
leailied plole-soi lu the enl'egc
lead it and 1 liev w ill liud abundant
food for thought and seiioii- le b e
I inn. Mi. Hiiue n uis a lam .i ir
with eiilhuology, biolo-y, antoio
pology, sociology and all Ihe older
olooi,., a- Huxley or lluiiilioidt or
I i.ii w 111. We old veterans are
ple.l-i d to see OUT Voting llll'li t.lk
ing hold of tiii'sc thing, liver since
the war our people have sts-n ed
aliin st paralyzed lor fearof mak ng
tllelt colldltliill lllolv intolft.lbie iy
talking, but of late there Is 1 1
new.il of iiidepi'tuleiiccaud yoii!io r
men arc coming to Ihe fronl. I'll'
a!i of Henry II. .lack oa's gieai
Ilisliubaliei - of sli ikctsait not
in-ill ly as grae as an iudiv i lual
disoidel'ol the system, liver. irk,
!os- of sleep, n, i, .us tension will
Is- foilovveil by utter collapse, 1111
11 s a reliable remedy is tmiutili
ably employed. There is nothing
so ellii lent to cine illsoiileis of the
l.ivel ol Killliev lis I lli'it lit' Hit
ot.-. 11 - ,1 it Oollt I 110 lotllt, ,,,iii
elleetive m i v itie atid the gicalesl
all .'iioiiiid nieilii'liie for run down
systems. It dispels Nervousness,
llheiiiu.iti-lii and Neuralgia and ex
pels M.il.uia gei ins. Hnlv ."me, unit
"MAltrt DOODrD DIFTW
sssi h mi "The auilerer" bases-tss'tlt-tl
my elalioiis and It was
4 yotiiig man w hit pmns'tisl that
not for money I ml ..r the tl ill 111011
ol kliowlldgf. I
, til In ic is a long article iu a.
s-s Moines p.n r lioiu a woiii.m
who h.i l'ii fst'iilly Imveluig1
ihroiigh Tevi bunting for some 1
thing she w.uiletl In Ii ml and she
lotiiiil ll. It was wine very high1
wis-tl 111 llie front yartl of one
jliome and at another house wa a
woliuli sitting till a log dipping;
sniiil ami she had l"sl all her Irotit'
t.-etli. A lint her diMSiVery waslhat
Tex. is women tlou't do anything, i
they won't woik the gal deli or'
1.1 s i hn ken or i hut 11 the butter
and it one was caught at it she!
would Is- I ikt u up and put in a
-la 1. 1-.- iiud si-nt In the SI. latllis
tan as a callosity. What a mag 1
liiliceut slainli ivr she is. She wind!
up by Kiying that the sple Iherv;
bale the lieglo bail thai It the
whole race hail hut one neck they
would chop H oil. I know Tejii!
tioiu cast to west and north lo
sou; Ii ami the jssiple will average
well with Ihe l.ller class ill the
older Slates. When will these!
slanders ceasi- The March mini I
iM rol'The lleview uf Ileviews has
a liiosl eei llelleut cdllol lal on the
.South iiiid her iple. ll is kind,
ami consider. ite until it gets In'
IJ.tosevdt and it gives him the
most lulsoine praiK- and declares1
that he is our fneinl. I lilt I want
Mr. Shaw lo tell me if he can alsmt
when will IJiHisevell refract his
published slanders of Jetlersoii I l.i j
vis and make an apology to his
widow f That's what I want to
know ami until he docs that no
wold of praise will prove I. tin to
Is- either ii gentleman or a friend.
lilt. I. A up.
To Cure a Cold in one Day j
Tike Laxative liroinalbiiniiie Tablets, j
All diiiggists rotund the money if it,
tails to , -inc. K. W. Glove's signa-j
tint- is on eai b bos. ij cents. ,
."lore ."leilc and Horses.
Our sixth car load ol stock has
just come' in. Your last chance
t buy at our short profit piices.
Cotne ipiirk or you may be loo'
late. K A. Armfield iv Son. 1
Prices now must again submit to the knife in order to fa
cilitate the work of closing out our surplus stock.
very Day Special Sale!
'.':! pieces Nik 7 Moire Kill-
boil, price vh, at--. ---C.
U'S iiieisi-s No. '.,'., former
price '.tic., sale prich. llkg.
I llij; Sale of (J loves and Hose.
I TKX Ml. KllXil.oVlX-hidiiss' Kidtihves-iiie
, slightly inis-ilis I, in blacks, assorted, brow ustniis, etc ,
1 worth from 1.ini to s..n, lake your choice at IV. pair.
IMI dozen men's llos,', i.v. kind, our price Uc. straight.
mi down I.idies Heavy llildwd I V. Hoe,
this wivk oulv lm
A Big- Sale of JJttlo Thing's
at Little Prices.
It is not often you have an opportunity of this kind and
life is too short for vou to throw awav dollars when it is
just as easy to save them hv simply coming to
Cheapest Store on Earth.
1 have just bought a lot ol vcty
fine stall led cattle'. 11 you want
gi-.'J becl send me your orders.
I'hone 01. J. f. I'akkkk.
three pounds lor 2
at lleiiik-iM'ii lludson'i.
A PayinK Cow. v.
The .loiirnal is informed that
'Siimre A. li. Kdwards of Marsh
v ille tow nship hiisa cow which de-
I an r''ivtii lo have her name put high
'd 1 ........ .1... -..I.. ..I- . ulo .1.1.. iminoiU
of her kind. She jfiven UUO gal
Ions of milk in twelve months,
from which liiMl pounds of butter is
inside. After supplying I he needs
, KAVriOM) SMITE,
Bank of Union
MONKOn. N. C,
I li ng I n.
:u it 11. feed by Luglish
I want your country produce o(
,:i 1.:.. 1.. c.. I...l.,p- . ....
wll. S. IL Uoster. ,,,t'f.!a'!r IW2. in the()iera House
Notice. j from her yield in one month. Some luildinK. Tnst of the Court llous-. with a new Burirlar and lire-
persons who have purchas- ,la ,1,H1 ,,""1',"w ', '',,lf ,,-,, T. . . , ,
. I.,...!., r I, 1, ... .... 1 1 I"1" "ds luiv Iss' u iniule. Si x of her P"f Sale. 1 i me 1 ot k, and I lu rglar I nsu rn nee.
,, , , . , , calves, all heifers, iu four years, I
spring win ei.. rue a k.,iuiic iy . . . -,.,, if 1111vIhmiv' w I
calling !.l my stable.' at their ear-:,, !.( this one folks .'.iil'IiI io;
nest convenience, as I desire lo
asctrtain what damage, it any,
they have sustained by reason ol
said stock having glanders.
C. C SlKKS.
.know iilsmt it. 'Stitiire lalwards
does not want to sell his cow
"Officers Bonded in a Strong Surety Company.
Itflrgains in Vehicle.
I have a number ( second ham)
vehecs t( s-. veral varieties, als:
h irtie-ss. which 1 vv ill sell at a bar
gain, li you want one it will be
to your interest to sec me within
the next !u d is Also some nice
new onis (or sale. Kuhhcr and
steel tires, and two cushion tiic
steel spokj Luggics. V(11 nln " r .,-a-
t. (. Mki-.s. i WILuv's. phone ,'ili.
Try Shirley Corn at ioj ts per
can. Ik'iiders)n Hudson.
( ome to see me lor chewing
tobacco, smoking tobacco, cigars,
etc. S. K Duster.
Combined wealth ol Stockholder over $5(M),(KKI.
We offer to depositors and investor perlcct security for all mon-
iKiinue i inn. les kit w llh us. Accounts of rlerchnnts, Manulacturers, Railroad
A definite plan of action that's 1
the way to cure consumption. A rn,ir. " he Public generally Siliclted. Ins made
most sensible bcRtniiing is to lake promptly on approved paper. Call and ce u in the New Hank.
Scott s l.mulsion regularly.
the same time Iresli air, warm
clothing, proper diet and exercise
are all helps.
(ienuine New Orleans Molasses
at ; cents per gallon.
Henderson & Hudson.
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MONROE, N. C.
Otlii r in Dillon'n Kiirnitiire Building, diiectly south of
and ft an t, n e; the Courthouse.
Oi policed nihil r the laws of the State of North Carolina.
Officers: R. R. Rodwino, President; J. M. Bolk, Vice-Pros.;
F. H. Wolf", Cashier.
Directors: J. M. Bolk, A. W. Hoath, A. J. Price, J. I. Orr,
G. S. Lee, Dr. J. B. Eubanks. R. B. Redwine,
J. W. Bivons, J. Z. Green.
limb s personal slid other accounts - large or small - subject to check at
'ticht. iin I ullnw s iutciest oil alcccn-iit.
Ivsiieii certificates ef deiosit on uhich interest is paid. Acts ss agent for
municipal and private corporation or individuals.
Huv.t, sells ami rents real sstate and personal property.
Authorised by law to art a Eieru'or, Administrator, Guardian, Aent, etc.
Cau accept any trust for which aa individual is eligible,
lu trust nutter- the C"in i:y will rrcoi;iiie any leputahle member of Ihe
bar to which they may be iiisliuiaentsl in placing in its chaise. lty tins
mean i bents may continue in htiicftt by the oversight of their own counsel
and at the came time seciiie corporate responsibility.
1 ml r-e or guarantees tbe pa) mcuts of notes or ether obligations.
I. emit tit mey at all times on approved security or on land.
Main's bonds for "Hirers, sud in criminal or civil judicial proceedings.
Savings ItanU feature dep "it in small turns for saving a specialty,
I'loiiiirs loans for borrower., and will ft ii J borrowers (or those desiring lo
h ud money.
Death Rate Decreasing.
The 1!HH) censam shows a decrease
of 10 per cent in the general death
rule. The declined in Consump
tion is more marked than anyoiher
diseane. Many causes ar attribu
ted, but it is wife to my that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Cud
sumption, Coughs and Colds is re
spouHihle for the decline, to large
extents Many a life baa been saved
by its use. There is nothing any-,
w here j iwt as good for Lung and
Throat troubles. It's poaitively
guaranteed by English Drug Co. ,
rricvSOcaodfl. Trial bottles free, j
FOR SPRING WEAR!
Who Will be NextO
Mayor Of Monroe .
Read through Ihis advertise
ment and then see il you can't
spot him. A mayor is the repre
sentative ol a town, just as our
goods in quantity and in quality
is the representative of best goods
and lowest prices in Ihis city. We
will quote you Ihe very lowest
prices (mm now till the loth day
of May next. We will offer yau
ef pecialy good bargains on Flour,
Meat, Sugar, Molasses, Coffee,
Mill Stuff, Corn, etc. etc. There
are letters in the above ad. that
will spell Ihe next mayor's name.
Come to our store and we will ex
Hill & Bivens.
A now lot just received of:
Brooches, at 25 cts.
Waist Sets, Necklaces, Lockets, CutF
Muttons, etc. A big lot of Watches,
Chains, Rings, Etc., just, in at the very
W. R. LJNRBAGK,
Jeweler, Monroe, N. 0.
Notice of Administration.
SJ Having tins day duly qualified be
I (ore Ih Clerk of the Superior Court
ot e,mon counly, n. c, ss sUinnns
Irslor ol John E. Morgan, deceased,
all persons holding claims agaiosl said
estate ar hereby notified to present
Ihe ssms lo Ih underste ntd adiuinis
Iralor on or befur Ihe 15th day of
March, 1904, or Ihis iiotus will be
pleaded in bar of their r'ghl of recov
ery. All persons indebted to said estate
are notified lo rusk prompt payment
and savs cost.
This ths 6th dsy ol March. 190J.
W. U. LONG, Adroi.
of John E Morgan, deceased.
Redain ft Stack, Attys.
ARM ON CREDIT-I will sell on
lour yssrs lime, a farm Sr miles
soutbwssl from Mooroa, containing
ijj scrss of good strong land, with
on horse farm opto. Address Lock
Bos 7J, Monro, N. C.
with the wants of our customers,
we open up the new spring sea
son. What you need, when you
need it and at the price you can
Monroe Hardware GoiiiDanii's Bnooles,
Gloe and Lijtcli Cotton planters,
Oliver chilled and Vulcan Plows,
! The Franklin
Ths best Typewriter on the market. Yon ran pay more but you can
not get a belter on, lit ink is almsys in full view of Ihe operator;
il is simple in construction; tnj has stuoj the lest for many years,
proving its durability. The alir.iiinent is si ays perfect, and Ihe price
la I75.00 lo all. Kor sale by the Monroe llardwsre Co., or auy ol
Ih offices ol C'l'TTKK TOU KK CO., Boston, Mass.
Southern Hfsiich 116 Jenifer ItuiMiou, Washington, 0. C.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
hi Tsro Days.
- Sk. . . as
Tckt MLXaUVC liromO UUmine TaUeU. JS ft Ij on every
Sswsa MSIoa tcu soU la hs 1) assMCkt. TW sJsrrr. -'TVLo