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THE MONROE JOURNAL.
MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY APRIL 28 1003
One Dollar a Year
L - - - - r- ' " NttilrU SCIf'XH. I.n S.rttiUKlTVt KSIRO.M HfKE AND THERE
5 pctrKs of J
What Troubles Mr. Bryan. j
The Xe York loiuan-rrial hT
concerned nlmiit the question, j
"What (dial! we do with our rx '
presidents f What Mr. Hryan is'
worrying about U, What will our
f prcsidi-iii do to us!-'
Win. I vtHinrl.
The return indicate that the
Hull. tirnver t'lcveland lias been
restored hi tin' Rood gr.icea
Smllu ru people, mid there is no
president inl nomination fcigiiili
cauce ltoiit i, either.
One Farmer Benefited.
So lar we Lave seen meutiou of
one lone North Carolina farmer
v ho wan benefited lv the Hue iu
cotton. tf course there are otfiers,
y't they are ho few that it jirarti
cally amounts to nothing.
figures Don't Lie, But
According to a leading authority,
the cost of living ha docreed ap-
lireeiably since the first of March.
Wheu a wage earner with a wife
and seventeeu email rhildreu Iiii.h
to iiy fitly cents for a lanky fowl,
one n in it titanic him for thinking
that while figures never lie, liars
Koineli uies figure.
Caa't, AKord It.
"In tegroeti have aieudicitisf"
asks the (ireensboro lteeord. Now,
the Keeord is old enough to know
that no "eullnd genimrii" can af
ford the luxury of a disease, with
anv with "hifalutin' ' name as
that. Hut it is a well established
fact that they do sometimes have
Black Can't lie Dyed Out.
A nmn onee took a piece of
white eloth to a dyer to have it
dyed Mark. Ho was bo pleased
w ith the result that after a lime he
went bark to the dyer with a piece
of bhirk eloth, and asked to have
it dyed white. Hut the dyer an
swered, "A piece of eloth is like a
limn' reputation; it ran be dyed
black, but it eaniiot be made white
Like the 5tars.
It is the lives like, the, stars,
which simplv pour down on us lite
ralm light of their bright and faith
ful being, up to which we look and
out of which we gather the deeiiest
mini anil eouraire. No man or
womau of the humblest sort cau
really be strong, gentle, pure and
good without the world being bet
ter for it, without soineliody licing
beled mid comforted by the exist
ence of that goodness.
In Him Was Life.
The mvsterv of life remains I
mystery. Lord Kelvin speculates
that life may have lieen brought to
our n aiiet by a meteorite. m
what Immght it to the meteorite!
The tlotiiulerings of scientitie men
when they get into this deep water
are ridiculous. W hen wo grant
(iod, all lesser mysteries are ex
plained. In Him was Life.
Will Kllnch Stand the Summer?
Tim nrineiiwl news from "sciie-
ty" and "sporting" circle for the
next six months will be about "de
lightful germans" and baseball
games. "Klinch" is a new game
and we don't know whether it
keeps in ranks all during the sum
mer months or not.
The People Hear Gladly.
Down in North Carolina Ir. Sh
iver, Governor Aycock, ex-Governor
Jarvis. and the school rain-
mien Rneakers eau get as large
crowds to hear them talk school as
the isilitieal sneakers can get to
heurlhein talk politics. There is
hope for Virginia and the whole
South. What has happened in
North Carolina can linpien every
where. Constant, persistent cam
paign work will tell.
Looking for a Sign-
lulWf h Time.
Keeently much has appeared in
t he miners concern! ng spi rit uai ism,
not a word of which we believe.
l'ossibly we can state our position
heller v sav lie we lielieve every
thine that has ever actually hap
pened through the spiritualistic
mediums can be explained by the
well established principle or psy
chology. We say this, notwith
standing the recent capers of Mr.
Funk, the well known religious
publisher, with the spirit of Henry
Ward Beecher. These two charac
ters seem to have proved good
dwwiue cards for the advertise
ment of the business. Suppose we
admit that there is such a thing as
enmiuiiuicatine with denm-teil splr
its, where is the good to come of itt
f, .;' In: nr.- :
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BILL ARP'S HOME LITE.
,-bich l imine hxs i bijr Smith's inimesake and lias the lnteruati.ni.il. IsTaiisi' "f it
t : ... ii.. k a- iii il... :in-'i:iv ui wt-inmai in i in-
How the Old 5outherncr Who U
So Oeneral a Favorite Live in
His Tw o-Acre drove 5urrounded
by His Garden, Flowers and
The Ihiiih- fronts with a eenllei Vestiii!!liouM enaine works at An
: I. 'i-i
sinie liiwaru Hiuirise ioih-iuhr
ill ik ii on Krwiu street, one of Car-
tersville's pniminent residence
streets, and it has the appearance
of a great, airy, elegant country
down in the comer in
Tl.. i nttr n-A, rr llollie Wl lion II ill
f,.l i Bill Arp, w.,.e leH-,,.;-, JTJZ
source of so niiieli inter , !""'. ,
Ironi, tunning an Hinwir i.ii.
! with a natural grove of large oaks
week are a
est to thousands of people all over
the South, is the reason for pub
bailing this long article by Mr.
David S. Freeman in the Atlanta
Constitution. The author truly
says that we are nil interested in
the personality of those who are'
before the public eye in any way,
and in such a character as "Billy
Harp," doubly so. The article
What do his neighliors know and
think of him ! How does he pass
away his timet What are his diver
sinus f Has he little peculiarities,
and what lire they! These and like
iiiestions an- ones that arise in the
average mind in regard to the man
who ban risen into general notice.
Whenever one dwells in the public
eve. trout w naiever cause, kiu-h e
I he worlds curiosity that unless
the every day personality s b
served in the home miu siirtoiiiiii-
ings is known there is with a large
mass a desire unsatisfied. Major
Smith has touched much upon this
line that has made bis inulliludeol
reader familiar in a way with tits
home and family mattisra, but there
is much left that is worthy of Is ing
sum anu l snail in iius mi" -
to pursue a path distinctly my own.
About Hie iiome iue m .'iani
Charles II. Smith, known as Mil
Arp, Is'cause a writer under that
mini de illume, there is much that
is interesting. Having lieeli his
nearest neiehlior (our homes front
eiudi other across the street for
fifteen voiirs. I have had some
chance to know something of him
as he is at home. The scenes of
his moving about the house iu his
xhirt sleeves, "lilirsuing,' lis lie
puts it, his garden or yard, pluck
ing a rose, watering the grass plot
or flower lied, tying up a vine or
uiiiusiiiL' some one ol his grmnlrliii
dren. so fond of flocking ifwnund
him. are ouite familiar ones to my
eyes. And then to know him and
his lovelv family in their ever hos
pitable home is one of the esteemed
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester,
Ind., knew what to do in the hour
of need. His wife had such an nn-
iwinil ease of stomach and liver
trouble physicians could not help
her. He thought ol ami ineu nr.
King's Xew Lite Tills and she gm
relief at once and was finally cured.
Only 2.V. at F.uglish Drug t o s.
To Cure a Cold In one Day
Tike Laxative BrunioUuiiiini! Tablets.
All ,lrii,..iii refund the munry i( it
failt to oure. E. W. Grove'i Bigna
tare it on each boi. li cents.
For aidine the digestion, creating
appetite and for giving life, vigor
and strength to norses anu omits,
the best remedy of all is
rtUllUIUIl V ipleasiint
and an on visional pine furnishing
a refreshing shade in summer. I lie
house is of the old t-ishioned Ivm.,
built when people regarded com
fort more than style iu architec
ture, aim is sandwiched between a
pretty garden plot and a large and
thrifty stramls i ry ls-d. The prem
ises as a whnle'lH-ar a look grandly
.Major Smith is very fond of his
jjurd mil seemingly much better
In, ta his illness, dating back to
the early fall. He
lime to cuiiie alien he can get out
aiming his vegetables and his
He is his own landscape artist
and makes his garden a thing of
lieailty us well asa source of sup
ply for the family table. A terrace
of line roses alternates with one of
swill growing 'Kentucky Won
lers." and a bunch of lilies uriftiid,
tulips usually forms bead or tail
piece lor a lettuce lieu.
He bi llies linnsoll on n is success
with vegetables and allirms he dis
tanced all competitors in a tomato
contest with neighbors last year,
mil his strawberries were the lar
gest that the soil mid climate can
make. II;s energy anu aenviiy
are ever moving traits with his in
terest and as he expresses it,
When his rholcr liegins to use lie
goes into tn garden or 10 me
woodpile. Hint a rase ot rigors
such as the aroma of a too earnest
swine pen or some Northern slan
der nrnilnecs is escaped.
Mr. Smith's home isuuled for its
hosnitalitv. and every one ol the
large household seems to know how-
to ileal out those dear little civui
ties that cost so little and which go
so far to sweetening existence mid
make for nobler things.
The big lawn carefully slaked
oil and the full paraplierenlia for
tennis, the freedom ol the list? ol
which is accorded to the young
people of the town at all times, at
lestsa thoiightfulnessand unselfish
ness that is manifested not alone in
this but in many ways.
Several of the daughters are ac
complished musicians and like tal
ents are noticeably developing
anione the giiuid daughters. I he
two daughters who are still w nn
the old people, Miss Marian nun
Mrs. llruinliv, are apt as entertain
rs and no important timet ion in
the town is thought complete with
out their skill and guiding hands.
Major Smith is an elder in the
Presbyterian church, but his piety
is not of what is known as the
"straight laced" type. He cites
the fact that, having reared so large
a family, and not one of them
lirincine discredit on the name,
argues conclusively that the chances
fur harm ruining out ol shcii 111110
cent amusements as social earn
playing and dancing arc loo remote
to tH'ar them out wnen 1101 iiureiw
onalilv induled in. and Mrs. Smith,
n liel'iover along the same line,
often perforins nt the piano for n
easant little cximimon 01 me
fantastic," by the young
cenlly carried back l an agent.
, v - 'i-i... ,.wi .r.,n.i. anaiiiu. in m-i iiii. -
child, Charles William Young, is a 1 histories - he sa.d
also his namesake. J ' 'X .. 1-d ., hi . ... Brow ,, and
Mr. Smith, who wits originally Miltlcd John i t a uu. lie l.a
Miss tMavia llutcl.ins. sister of, no l'"' fr works that mis
judge W. L. Ilt.tchins of 1.1 represent the Ninth, not even edi
... f i ' I urns i'V iim'alol li-s.
remwiue, is a woman in ian-n'"" ".
sense and most impressive person
ality, and her will, while never
obtrusive, is like the magician's
wuiid iu the house. "Now, Charlie,.
will put the Major up to some
j;ii4iil-iiatured wily and at the same
time have a never ifniibled mean
ing. "Yes, 1 am in t ..Miier now,
my wife in the other, and the chil
dren and grandchildren are stir
ring around in the space between
us," said the Major the other day.
"Mv wife was born the year Gu
slars fell." With a twinkle ol mis
..I.I..I' it, liia il (. he eollt i llllt-d
longs for the 1'ihev fell Is-cause she was born.
And then Mrs. Simlli was ready
w ith a retort cqiiaMy as bright.
"We have been in three wars,
you know the uncivil war. the
Spanish war and the family war.
And the last one is not over yet."
Spcakiu,; about his readiness to
defend I lie South ami his rank dis
pleasure at any Northern slur, she
Charlie IIiiiiks ne ninsi sei
tie tins whole business linnsell.
lie had a chance to rub it in on
some Northern guests we had; but
these were lovely people and they
found out some things I hey didV!
know iilsnit matters down here."
The truth is those Northern guests
went awav charmed to the lull
with their Southern hosts. And,
then, two of the Major s sons have
TlioiiL'li now in his seventy
seventh year. Major Smith's men
t.il fienllies are yet intact, as his
let lers attest, lie has Ih-cn men
tally its well as physically iinlus
trions, and hence his remarkable
preservation, lie has never invited
through brain lag that inertia that
is said t often end in ossification
wheu the beginning point of old
age. which Holmes puts at i has
passed or, the German limit of
physical usefulness, the pension
stage of .Vi, conn s on.
lie is a constant reader ami tie
'lights yet iu the old solid works.
Besides what he knows by role, he
keeps his store ol knowledge re
freshed from the repository ol Un
doings of the day. His lecture
trips have Is-cn opportunities iiu
proved forgathering fresh facts.
tin the line of reminiscence Mai.
Smith is prolific. His war experi
ence is full of vivid phases. He
was a stall" olUcer with "Tige" An
deisoll i-ijhleeii months, then
President Mavis appointed him an
assistant to Judge .csintt, tnc
head of a cotniaissinii to try treason
cases. This located him ill Macon,
iu this Stale, lie was thus par
tially instrumental in convicting
three brothers from Columbus with
complicity with the enemy and
they were sent to jail at Nivaniiah
ami turned loose by Sherman when
he entered that city. He accoiu
Havis during his llighl
Major Smith has lived at hi'
oivsciit home, the Shadows, six
b-cii years. May the
of his rcmaiuiui! d.tv
icrcd as to make applicable the
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N. Y. :' A
"William ii. iiii ;
"My Ik-ai 1. .
striui.-d Mi. I i i:.:
to deliver to y u a
Tllkeg.s- ll:s'! !t..
1 1 1
I: I have ill
.. Ill) ilsiiiel.
tnist.,- ol the
S)LI) A MI LE BY WEIGHT.
experience, per isMit I'niled M, Sl I
! so tein Miaiiv, Iii--! in -nla.-s, towards
endow mi nt foiiini.
"I give this without ii-si-i ation
except that I n 'iMih-th il siiitible.
p-OV!sii!l 1m- 111 I'll' ll'oll. ill' u!t! to
the aids ol' I; .. l,i r a- imigtoii
and bis family n i'in his
his iie's 1 I... I 's!i ib
and good mail to he cti'ii.
A II Ol
1 1 i-e
, that he in i
liiuiM '( to lus
lilt- lie si-i-Mis olH-
big !.n :i Ii. e iii-c
i-. III-' liio'l' rn
ran- and luis
it through education to i-u-ii l.-!n i
and higher things l lian a land m i-i -
fioni M cuiiiarv care
lie flee to devoli
gi-eat mission. 1'
ol the gn-atst
V....I l,.-ii u-i.ou
.,ri,ll, , ll ,
v.....;n.'o ,!.,,.,,! i,,i, I,, bi. (lanieil .XI r.
home his wife, his children and b-m Millen l.t ; Macon, and nursed
grandchildren is something lieauli- j Mis. Hayes, then c .on, fa
... i.. 1...1.1 ii.. .-rti... .. I.. 'girl, on the trip. When the up
,m " ,. i .,nK..-h ..f wiiso's.ai.i made it t..
every ween io ciieii oin-i.i ins i...,i r.
one of whom is in Hume, another;";" '' "!'. V. " .',
another in New York ic ' ' , "
Florida. Ilisi Lawrcneevtlie, wnere .ins. .-.ninn
..I I... I. BUS SIllV IIL'. I I CIOSMIlg 1 I II'"'
llowing Willi milk and linn. v.
History is to tell ol two Washing
Ions, one white, the other blink.;
both fathers of then peopl-.
"I am satisfied ihat tin- serious
race problem of the South is to be
solved wisely only thiougli Mr.,
Washington's poln y of education,
w hu ll he seems to have Ih'H sie
cially lioi n - ii sI im- among si, im s
- to establish and iu his own il i
greatly to ii'Uanic.
'(il.nl am I In be able to a
(his good work iu which you
yours so zealously labor.
iu Me viin,
si-si """.' " i.i ...;., su uaillu asallead
so olieit referred to in Ins letters as , " -
Ctnrtfmrn who ,
have used, with
dition powders recom
mended equally gooa
for horses, cattle, poul
try, swine, etc., w ill find
in Ashcraft s a remeuy
beneficial to horses and
mules only. It is not
a cure-all, but invalua
ble for the purposes
"Jessie." Mrs. W. W. Young.
Hie recipient of his parental olliees
and attentions, lie w ill go to her
home, two blocks lip the street,
and look after ami entertain her
little children niter supper jut to
relieve her of the burden, ami
Mary I.uu and Caroline pulling at
enindiia's coat tails in the home or
on a pretty day on the lawn is a
common sight, and William, his
namesake, the youngest, newest
"apple of bis eye," holds out his
hands mid is always ready for u
leap to grandpa's arms, lie fell in
a ditch, the town being without
street lights, one night last sum
mer while currying his daughter a
bucket of berries. Fp to Ins last
illness he always went to the post
ollice for his own mail, carrying
his lantern if after dark.
Major Smith has no set plan lor
his work as a writer. He usually
undertakes the task U'foro him
when the not ion seizes htm and can
write as well w ith children play nig
about his knee or perhaps talking
iu the room as when he is nliinc.
His library consists of a thousand
volumes, embracing many bin
irratihical. historical and literary
works, with those of must all the
nis'ts. His favorite cyclopedia it
ii I of him. lie tied the records ol tin
treason court up with a corn, lit
Inched a rock to them, and dropped
them where the rustling water of
Yellow Kiver forever obscured
them lioiii sight.
It was while, iu connection with
Genrgu Adair and F.. Y. Clark, he
was editing the Southern Confed
eracy at Atlanta, that he began to
write the letters Unit first made him
famous throughout the South, of
which that entitled "The Koinan
linnagee" was a sample. These
were keiit till till alter the will
The .scene of FndcrwiMid's flight
the fugitive behind a steed with a
knot in the tall run trough, llie
dashboard, depicted in the follow
Ten Cents a found for a Mn ill
Animal Proved about the Right
I uirt,,l. I.I.. r. r Jl 1
The latest manner of buying a! his rk is iiinii'
...n I., w i ,.in,.l,,w l,v the noiiiid. ! Moses, w ho leads h
Mr John 11. Alexander purchased
one yesterday atlerunoii troiii .ir.
McLcllan iu that novel way. Mr.
Alexander owned a farm a lew
miles north of the city, and an ad
ditinnai mule was ded to plant
the crop. Alexander nu t Mel.ellau
at Keiulrick's slals-ls, on North
College st ris-t. McU-llaii is from
Iredell county and sells a drove
o lnn-srs and mules ill this city
Yes," said Mr. McLellan. "I
have just one mule let), and he is a
dandv. I will sell him cheap too.
for I want to leave town." The
mule w;is brought forth. It was a
sal; ill animal. "It's a beauty."
said McliCllun. "is ynung iiud ran
pull us many pounds as a much
larger mule. You may have him
"It's most ton small." said Mr.
Alexander, "but I'll give you fni
lor it just to get yon out of the
"Cost me more than that." sail
the trader, "and liesids it is imt so
small. It will weigh Ton now."
"It wont weigh mine than dun
pounds," avowed Mr. Alexander,
"but I'll split the dill'erence mill
give you for the animal."
"You say it will weigh Tiki
pounds," said Alexander. "Well,
II give you IU cents a pnunu un
The trade was accepted and the
men, accoiiipaiiieu ny several nuer
esled bystanders, wenl to the scales
of the Standard Ice and Fuel Cum
pauy, on Fast Trade street, and
had the IsmsI weighed.
'Six hundred and eighty live
mil nils," announced the weigher.
1 . .......
"Here your ?i.s..io. sum .nr.
Mexander," and handing the cash
to Mr Mebelland he sent the mule
to his farm.
, The Trouble With I nion County
Land W hat a Farmer on the
kJ Hills of Georgia Has Done.
How to Fill Gullies Seeing
(ibosts is An Altogether Easy
i u on the rd hills of Geor-
- .. . .. -i...
l;i i. ! lol a gl'lll lelliau n uu win
li.en (hen-. "I know a farmer who
t in s on., hundred plows under bis
own suiM-msion. Twenty -seven
. ais.ig,, he had nothing, but some
how In- 1. .ii lied Ii .w to farm, and
i,...i i.ii.-.l as a millionaire.
I.. S:- s . !e miles fnilu a town,
'at h is L ull a little raibxmd of his
.its to tae neiiest main line. Be
s; li - ! i:. as. he owns and oHT
,' s a c a'oa vol oil mill, and
.1 .i s ot!;. i iliiiigsonatieiiual scale.
il-woiks negro lalr wholly ex-
ccpt ;i tew nversis-iw who are w hite
'men. lb-knows how to farm and
. ha made bis laud very fertile.
.Terracing and hillside ditches are
his h,.bbv. They dot his every
The great trouble with I'liiou
county laud," said a bystander who
heard' the story of this farmer of
the ml hills ol Georgia, ''is uot its
natural poverty, but the fact that
all the fertility' is allowed to wash
away. A big l'r cent, of the
wealth of Fnion county lies at the
bottom of the streams, and the gold
prospectors don't find it, either."
And this ci'iiers,il ion is suggestive
,. a reni n k beard by the writer iu
regard In the work of the State Ag
i n ult ural and Mechanical College.
The statement was that if the Col
in UN I'Aiii: TWO, )
Kobhtd the Grave.
A startling incident is narrated
b John Oliver of Philadelphia as
follow s: "1 was in an awful condi
tion. My skin was almost yellow,
eves sunken, tongue coated, pain
iluiiiiiually in back and sides, no
a.Mtile. growing weaker day by
lay. Thus- physicians had given
mo up. Then fwasiidvisedtou.su
laeetric Bitters: to my great joy,
the first bottle made a decided im
provement. I tinned their use
tin three wecks,:ind am now a well
man. I know they rohlied the
ae of another victim." Noone
Inuild tail to try them, ouiy on
s. .... iunt.fd. tit English Krng
j (in to I'low.s stum r kraut at
in cciiis a gallon. , s
An editor of a small American
naner recently stated that he had
been kissed by one of the most
beautiful married women in the
town, lie promised to tell her
name in the first issue of bis paper
i month. In two weeks the
rircnliition of his newspaper doub
led. But when he gava the name
of bis i ife be bud w leave towo.
Smith seems a universal
favorite aiming the preachers w ho
serve the people of the town, anil
they often pay him visits to have
some of the sunshine of his ttiire
'infused into their own lives, h s
jrarc philosophy asa burnisher of
.their thought ami uis rcmiiiisHcu
Icestojiispire their own research.
i ... . . : l.
HIS Wliole Hie icnnr hmhii mi-
t.r of fact luuin of ehrerfulncss as
to verify the saying, 'Cheerfulness
'n.i.LnilbCnl-l' (llull U ItMltit- ttlltl IIIUI
it is which crowns a walconie.".
Major Smith was one of a family
nf ten children, his wife was one of
Powders . f,imiis ,,f ton children, and they
i. tnv Itt'Hrt
To Hi i liiim t - ol - iit'
ult that i.lil -If'T ami cm
The new (jiintam iltink tl.at
feel gnn.l, lirci'ise it baiiislu
i, just the thing. It makes you
s all your troubles, and makes
yen e;.i. you me. living. Kuvita is non-alcoholic and non
stiiiiulatiiig. It is one of tin: greatest digestion aiders on
earth. Yon can cat what you want and as much as you want
and never be troubled with indigestion if you drink Euvita.
It is not a drug, but a pun- wholesome beverage, and equally
as delightful in summer as in winter, lie who drinks Euvita
drinks health. Dm't fail to give ii a trial. Five cents, at
C. N. Simpson, Jr.'s Soda Fountain.
And the reuuest to "Arlenius
Ward, showman," to send "enough
powder to kill a jailer stump tail
dog that prowls around my prem
ises at night, when "run-wen,
l!ig John, farewell! w ith Irayed
nil-its men struggled on against
the inevitable ami finally the ran
cor of defeat was a chastising rod
over proud nut it res.
In January, IMu, .Major miihii
gut back to Uoine with bis wife
ami six children, and Tip, the old
faintly servant. I'1' accidentally
L'ot a chance to plead for ll fellow
i i Selma tirraiiigned on a charge
for ciiilH .lemeiil whom be got mil
of prison on ll 'J,i,IMIIt bond, pock-
e'inir a fee of a? I tl.SMtt. Confederate
money. Five thousand dollars of
this lie invested in cotton cards,
which he packed into one side of
A Gnat Sensation.
There was a lug sensation in
a ille. inl.. when W . II. in-own
if that place, who was cxpeeled to
die, had his life saved by lr. King s
New liiscovery lor t onsuiiipiion.
He writes: "I endured insulin-able
agonies from Asliimi,biit your New
liiscovery gave me immediate-re
lief and wsin thereafter affected a
complete cure." Similar cures of
consumption, pneumonia, bronchi
tis and grip are numerous, n sine
peerless remedy tar all inmai nun
lung troubles. ' Price .Vc. und?!.
Guaranteed by Fnglish Priig Co.
Trial lsittlcs free.
and Granite Company.
are prepared from the formal of have a'familv of ten children, all
. . . . - - or, -
a oractical veterinarian oi oxer ju iivim?. There are tweniy-one oi
years' experience, and when once t,e Kmdchihlreti. The oldest
used, horsemen will have no other. gml,dchild, Charles Henry Smith,
"Thi it in nlfT that r "ii"i i
Athrnft a KrnMsllr. ..r a moot" y- I - - ;
wi uun n.r kaw .. niv.rs.t Makes a Clean Sweep.
u.,.. Tlx mml dnin im lms.riw.iwa la I '
riLl'rTm! There's uoll.inR ike doing a
l".r. .4 or ha; Ifi lllf thorOllglllV. Of III! tllC Salves
tr-rtuaousK you ever heard of liucklei.'s Ami-
K.c." ca gaive is the best. It swccis
Ashcrsft s Powders fatten put BWay al, rnr,s burns, sons, cuts,
never bloat, the hair becoming hrnises. boils, nlcei. kkln crup
sleek and glossy. Always high tlons snd idles. It's only 2 V. and
grade. Price 25 cents. Sold by guaranteed to give satisfaction by
English Drug Company tngnsu Drag 10.
Eierit cents a pound
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and his valise and .he other mo in
- . . . i i ; (iiu 11111. ii' i""""'!
paid one dollar for a bottle L,m.t n a hack over land, and
,mV Fmnlsinn. ami tiVtak- w ith the addition to his neima in
iiv' regular doses had gamed
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
: F.itrht " cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial, borne pay more, some
K-ss, some get nothing for
their money. You get your
money's worth when you buy
Vc will send you a little
V'OTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
4.t9 Pearl Street, New York.
50c and rt.oo; sit druggists.
64,000 Immigrants Since April I-
S.. V i.rk lll"i:l'.!l.
Judging from the first tS dayi
April will prove to be a record
month for immigration. In round
numbers 04,000 have passed
through KHis IslanJ thns far this
month, and it is estimated that
the total will be over 00.000.
May last year, with K 2.000 itn-niiL-rants,
holds the record, and it
is predicted that over 100,000 ali-
r .... , .1.. . . ... .
ens will ie orougiu u uus 1 1 V IIG
next month. ...
, nn n Id-mA v
IUU ncwjru, IUU
The readers of this paper will he
cli-isrd fo learn that there ia at least
..no dia-ailrd ilmease that aciciire lias
Our business has been more than satisfactory since opening in
Monroe, ami we now have im hand us nice a stock as can be found
at any yard in the State.
We have just received some new ami specially handsome designs,
and we invito the inspection of all persons needing anything in ouf
No grave, however humble, should bi allowed to go unmarked.
We can make a j"l to suit the price you arc able to pay.
Call for designs and prices.
Carolina Marble and Granite Co
V., I.F1KD, Manner. MONROE, N. C.
Yards at Slatesville, Salisbury, North Wilkesboro, and Monroe.
vestment of a Imix of tobacco and
alhiltnf Koswcll shirting betook
linb Hargrove into partnership t,e medical fraternity. Catanli hruiR
MONROE, N. C.
Office iu Dillouy orniture HuililiiiB, directly aouth of
and ftiiutini; the Cotiitlioiise.
Organised midii llie laws u( the State of North Carolina,
J. M. Bolk, Vico-tres.;
lr'.,:!!.,ire ,',nr- ' h V. Z ' Officers: R. B. Rcdwlne, President;
ins, is mii.iiii. w "
ihr mi v tiositive cute n. '.. kimii 10
and they had the biggest .stand In
lie practiced law in Koine with
Judge Hiuiilumi mid also with
Judge Tinier ood, each for n long
term of yearn.
tarrh Cure ii taVen internally, acting
directly upon the blood ami mucous
iir!a:e ol the nyslein, theiehy lie
ulrojini! the foundation of the disease.
and Eivine tlie paiieiu BirciiRin ey
...... t, . ..... t 1 auu EivuiK me (t-o.-ii, t..ih... . j
He moved to the Fontaine farm c,msntution and aait
in Ibis comity in 177, where n- jn l)4ur doinu its work. The
hor l-'reeman, a Jiolile menu ami ; prop,ietori have o much laiin in n
gixid fellow, now passed away, fig-j curative powers, that they offer one
n.,1 lo Ida lettera. "t able" wwtiHundied Dollars for any ca that it
F. H. Wolfo, Cashier.
. - a.a VA..
Directors: J. M. Bolk, A. W. roiin, A. J. rrtce, i. urr,
0. S. Leo. Dr. J. ff. aUt s
J. W. Bivcns, i.
1 13 !Aa4mlnA
nred 111 Ilia letters.
supply fount for bin quaint phil
"Strength and vigor come ol
good food, duly digested, Force,"
a ready-to srrve wheat and barley
lood, adds no burden.but sustains,
fails to cure, bend tor lis! oi yu
Sold b dniggisU, 7"c
Hall family pills are the boat
"Force." also strength
health, at Bruner & Huey's.
Invitei personal and other accounts large o" ajlsubject to cheek at
aicht, anJ allows interest on agreement. v
Issues certilicatea of deposit on which interest it paid. . sett ( agent lor
municipal and private corporations or individuals.
Boys, sells and rents real estate and personal property.
A ut honied by law to act as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Agent, ate.
Can accept any trust lor which an inuividuai is eugioie.
Iu truM matters tlie company win rccognno any rcpwaun uremi . ...
bar to which they may be instrumental in placing In its chart. By Una
means clients may continue to benefit l y the oversight ol their owa couosel
and at the same time aecuia corporate responsibility.
Endorses or guarantees the payment of notes or other obligation.
Lends money at all times on approved security or on land.
Makes bonds for officers, and id crimiual or civil judicial proceedings.
Savinijs Bank feature-deposits in small sum for saving a apscialty. ,
Procures loan for borrower and will find borrower for thoe desiring to