VOLUME XII. NO 40
MONROE, N.CTUF'i AY NOVEMBEP 7 .903
One Dollar a Year
The Cur'l Manifesto.
The following is the text of the
manifesto which confern-d lilierty
"We, Nicholas the Serum!, ly
IW grace of (i'xI. hmiMTttr mm An
torrat of nil the Kuwias, (I mini
lhike of Finland, nr., h cl.ire to
II our faithful subjects tbat the
troubles ami agitatiou lu our rapi
Ula ami iu numerous other phut
fill our b-Hrtn wilh extfawive iam
'The happiness of t lit Kuvdan
sovereign in iudisMiluUly IhhiihI up
with the happiness of our (tropic.
ad the sorrow of our nHipU- is the
Morrow of the sovcre ign.
"From the present disorder may
ri.se great national disruption.
They meiiaee the integrity and
unity of our Kin pi re.
"The supreme duty impoMcd up
on us liy our sovcre igu oilier re
quires us to educe ourxelf ami to
he all the force ami reason at our
command to haMcn in securing the
unity and coordination on the
power of the cential government
and to assume the sucecNN of men
urea for pacification iu all circles
or public life, which are essential
to the well-being of our people.
"We, therefore, din-el our gov
eminent to carry out our iiitlexib'e
will iu the following inaiiiicr:
"First. To extend to the poputa
tiou the immutable foundation of
civie liberty, liased on the real in
violability of the person, Iniilom
of conscience, stM-ech, union and
'Second. Without suspending
the already ordered elections to I lie
HI ate Douiua, to invite to partiei
pat ion in the Ilouma, t far us the
limited time before the convocation
of the Ihiuma will ji uit, those
classes of the population now com
pletely deprived of electoral rights,
leaving the ultimate development
of the people of the electoral righl
HEALTH AM BEAUTY.
i Book Tbat Shoald Ba li tit Buda
of tier Woman.
-er -c: , 'j
Mr. M.-Ko Kuiaia, ou of the fr-
mwt and brat k nivichtrvmtcli
ami U; artUta of thla gnratloa,la
peaking of Prrana,ayss "No wotnaa
olioulj ba wlib-Mila boitlaol Parana la
reserv..."-!. MrKaa Bank In.
M ra. K I i ta W ik a, 1 3D I ron it ml, 4 kfon,
Ohiogaaya:! would be ia my grave now
If II had not been for your tiod-ant rem
edy, rerun. I waa a broken dowa
man, had no nppetlta; what Utile I did
Dow HVtn yeara part thai I uaed Paruna
and I can aat anything. Mra. Ellis
Every woman ahould hare a eopy ol
Dr. Ilartman'a hook anlltlad "Health
and Heautj." Tbla book contains man
facta of especial interest to women. Dt
Ilartinan baa treated mora allmanta pe
culiar to women than any oilier pbyal
elan In the world.
rVnd for free booki on catarrh. Ad
droaa Dr. Ilartinan. 'uluinlHia.Ohlo.
When HavtTbcy Oooe?
What baa become of the old fash
ioned aian who carried a shot bag
ia his pocket to keep change int
Who wore baro door trousersf
Who kept bootjack to pull off
Who had his trousers lined with
Who wore a long liuen duster
Who carried an old flat carpet
bag Who greased his boot ou Sun
dart Who wore ahkwlt
Who wore watch-cord with
watch key fastened to itf
Cleveland Eutopic a IV
Ufeee.buf tfeil? w.
Ou Saturday ei Vir '
tlevelaud, w ho ha.
"the foreuioHt j.rivir "'
worhl." delivtved ' -unveiling
of a uioi ' .
ling Morto'i wbir
by ever) o-can' i
yoUUg LI.'O j llf-
buxy, b .liiii.- i . 1
The 'r bi
Sentiment and Sense.
the .! fi
whi i ' or
fi.i a ekv !?
.il I U
. lie read
, iijmii) h?
i) he lit lug to I
earth. When he came to a pl.Mle
he looked ail ma for danger and
tlieu ran arrows it like a streak.
I'htler rer wt the brainMe beyond
you nii(;lil hate walked within two
)anls of him without .m n.jr him
xi si ill did he si and. so Mill that
lie wi-iii. -d to In-a dead leaf. Ah.
he wait a dapicr. Veil led, whole
some thoiihtiil fi-llow, up to the
way of hunters and haaks. There
A Fatal and Premeditated
It lias recently devclnped tli.d nut
on the Morgan Mill road, near llie
ritv limit there havn lM4-n tiiiii''s
goiiif? on which when bruited to! trouble and to apply their force
in general to the newly established
legislative order of things.
third. To eetablish an an nn
changeuble rule that no law shall
be enforceable without the appro
val of the State Ifcmiua, and tbat it
shall he poivtihle for the elected of
the licople to exercise real partici
pation in the auperviHion of the
legality of the acta of the author!
I tun approved by us.
"We apieal to all faithful soiix
of KiiKsia to reiueinlier their duty
towards the Fatherland, to aid in
terminating theae unprecedented
light will gtartlc the public.
Readers of advertisements will re
momher that mitne time a?i Tlie J.
W. Hill Co. advertised the opening
of a new grocery store at tlie Oil
Mill. They advertised all new goods
and esiH'oiai low prices.
-Tho public lias been interesU d in
in co-ntie ration with ua, to the res
tm.it ion of culm and peace upon
our national (toil.
"(liven at IVtethof, October 30,
in the eleventh year of our reigu.
"(Signed ) N uhoi.ah."
$100 Reward, $100
The rraclrra ol lliia naner will be
the development of that part of our 0 learn that there ia at leaat
city. Certain enterprises have been one droaded disease that science bat
established there, among them The been able to cure in all iu stagea and
J. W. Hill Co.. which sells grmcricH hnt is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
and dry goods. Tliev sell their, ' only positive cure now known to
irood an rl.eai.lv and ll.ev rive such "e medical iraiernny. taiarrn neina
rt - -r-.- - .
excellent satisfaction that most ev
erybody trades with them and the
result is that, to a stranger, it would
seem that the principal thoroughfare
of Monroe is now at ami around this
8toreat the Oil Mill. There was
never a new enterprise that met with
such success ami general approba
tion on the part of tlie trading public.
We make sM'cial effort to please
and accommodate our patrons. Come
over and see what we are doing. We
will give you a treat.
J. W. HILL CO.
a constitutional disease, requires s
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surtaxes ol the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
and Riving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assist
ing nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
rotative powers, that they offer one
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send lor list of testi
Address: F.J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Come and See
n lot of the finest horses that have been of
fered on this market in years, every one ol
them well bred Virginia and Tennessee
horses. They were selected with care and
bought direct from the raiser. We all know
that Virginia or Tennessee horses are better
adapted to this section than those brought
from other states. If you want a fine har
ness horse that carries his head up and tail
over the dash board, a pleasure to drive and
something to be proud of. or a good saddle
or combination horse we have it, all young,
well broken, good action and qualities right.
Our Mr. E. W. Griffin will do his best to
suit you in every way.
Remember we pay the highest market price for cotton and cotton
teed and sell heavy and fancy groceries at rock bottom price. Come
In and let us do business w ith you; we will treat you so as to tell you
The union Trade and Live stocK Go.
Convenience and Safety.
These are the characteristics of the modern banking busi
ness. No man who wishes to have his money in an absolute
ly safe place can afford to let it stay out of the bank. There
it is not only safe, but there it can be best and most easily
used by him. When you have a bank account you are never
bothered about making change or sending money off. All
you have to do is to write a check on your bank. All this
saving costs you nothing. When you deposit money we give
you check book free ami charge you nothing for keeping
the account, and you can take all the money out whenever
you want to. If you w ant to leave it for a stated time we
will pay you interest on it.
Put your money where it will serve you best, and where
neither burglars r.oi fire can touch it.
The People's Bank is the olddst and largest bank In this
section, and has a long and splendid history for honesty.
safety and liberal treatment of its customers. We want every
man in Union county who hasn't already a bank account to
open one with us. We take large or small accounts.
Ibt PEOPLE'S BANK MONROE.
0. P. Heath, Pres. J. R. English, Vice-Pres. Roecoe Ph if er, Cashier.'
IsjSjHNtmiUisMlMUItUUMtl IIHUWUWtt WUHWNWiilMWIfSI
ioned woman who kept
io her work-baaketf
Who baked custard for tea when
she had com pan) t
Who made iupreasiona aronnd
the edge of pies witb a key to make
them look fancy T
Who wore calico suubo jets witb
Who wore Shaker bonnets!
Who seasoned apple pie with all
Who naed indigo to bine the
water when washing clothe?
What has become of the old fwdi
ioned people who poured tea in the
aaueer aud blew on it to make it
Who driuk saMsafras tea in the
spring to purify their bloodt
ho bad to learn to like tonia-
Who saved old rags to trade oil'
to the tinware peddlert
What has become of the old fiuOi-
ioned novelist who always describ
ed heroine as having dark auburn
ringlets hanging dowu their alabas
Of the old-fashioned elocutionist
who read "Widow Itedot Papers"
Of the old-fashioned little girls
who wore long naukiu pantalettes?
Of the old fashioued woman who
gave catnip tea to babiesf
Of the old fashioned young men
who greased their bair with bear's
oil sceuted with bergamott
A liquid cold cure and the only conch
syrup which moves tba bowels works
sll cold out of tli. system is Keu
oedy's Laiative Honey and Tar.
Clears lh bead and throat and makes
weak lungs slroni. Rest for croup,
hoopinf couch, etc. Children love it.
Sold by S. J. Welsh, C.N. Simpson, Jr.
Ill.Ki: folliiweth Ian Libit- Mil nt
inga kingle moral and l ui intend
-tl lav wriuon tu iiiuiiii-iiM am!
yourg widows, tu it:
1. Toae.-it.iin old field, grown1 ""nhty '"He Miiging on lii
.. .. with short l.-:if nine. oak and "I". " 110 eooliur at all. All be
me frie. 'tnhip, dogwood, there came, 111 the luonlli
tiiimte ma plea "f Mireb, a certain cock iloxe that
ner v.ew of life, deired to mate. I hie fi-uiale of bis
Jiigalioi.s, which I ind would sere an well as iiuotli-
.i.d tl.e hrl odor of "ereas mey an took aiine.
lie, then-ion-, -i!i( Ms court to
the ?rst hen dove that he found,
and, oh, but be was a sweet lover.
At iioou would he sit ou a limb
aud ."loiirn alone; at evening close
would he cuddle to his dearie and
coo to her anil bill with her, that ,
hr .Mitle little bird heart fluttered '".V
ami went nii-h to break for iov. Nl'''
Tho look in bis eves was so 'lists-1 U i,s ""' '"".' I" fre she asi-er
gnishing and pleading, but not ,:,"1,mI ,,lil "he had a busier. J I.
than the iris on his " '"'A iu-wh-k 01 w ire
or than bis gnu grew lip Hallist ail old log.
of every truly useful life, aud 'fLhjuiuiiig red feet. He pi mil and "'.v '"er leaves had drifted hi
.1 conies like a trum-
t 1.. I fi!l .irlit. hr A nil w llil ll:lri
What baa become of the old lash-1 lHKt, j 0, itW m gone on
hia way as he saw it, regardless of
the clamor of the m jltiiude.
What coulu U- liner or truer
"Here we should learn that char
acter, uncorruptcd by the contagion
of ignoble things and weakened
by the corrosion of wordiness ud juw ravWli,s ,Man
uioney madness, is the corner stone j tm. or h,j,i,.,s
could niv was his own name, IU.I
When he met up with a sensible
little plump brown pullet among
(he briers, be east Ins bright eyes
011 her. he slid to liiuii-H, "She's
the medicine,' and promised on
Ol rtiui-M. the littic thing thought I
It its mi. Men, but it sounded like
lnisiiic.vi. There was no whimiH-r
lie lookeit at ber with leve
waiting her answer, and she
every genuinely noble acbieveiuei.t. !, all), ,ir.s.isd and melted, ,l"'lv "'H'd. Itia.kUrrj
e shall to violence to tlie moral j ,i 1 .. 1 cmld not "sl's grew rank h1m.uI the fertilt
sense which (Jod has vom hsaled toilt ,jm jve a1, .,. .,. ,.1,,.,. pliu-e, and showed, by the tat-s ot
liuinauity 11 aiuni tiiesurrouuiings,()
we close our munis to me truth, i-.o fw n.,.i .i,..t...Kiu..
that chiinu ter represent the real m.r fallt u ;.. ,illt; ,,..
value of a man according to the; ,.r ,lW1,.s, w ,, ,.,,., continued
unalterable standard of hue gold; ,,,,,,,, ,v
aud that It dillera immeasurably i w.w ,H ,, y est he would
fmm reputation, which meiisures m, ., w.r UuM ,...,n.ris.-d a few
man's worth by the shilling "'! IH(J1,-se twigs on a pine limb, hardly
untrue standards of mean ambition iu.,.. .1.,,,, ,, ... ..11 iii..
or successful cupidity. We have tho,t i the ,-k v. It was a
fallen upon days w hen our people h.ml ,..He rr ,,e tender little male,
are more than ever turning away ; h).rs,,r m..w , sll.
from their old fatthlii the saving I ..w : ..,,.,.. ,1,.,,,. f.lP thai
grace of character, and II.H king to ,(, ,ini, W(mU, ,,,ow ,.,,,.
the woi-shipofmoney milking Idols. m(( u i..l drop her eggs to
imny ami uouriy 111 uie iigui 01 .11- ,,,,, , WilS wl(. .n .,
vestigation and exposuiv character- Lin HI,IM,,mi , vj,.w; r
ks lives are wen 111 apllii-g;,i, ..i hawL k,..,t ,.teli
nunilHTS, without chart or com- j KlP ,,,, (illlll((.rh,I llls -iiv..t
pass, crowded upon the rocks mid . , .ioi,. i,.,,,,,,,!
shoals of faithlessness and hivach ; i or.llt ,.,,,,.; ,, ,, (.hi,.
of trust. How ill have these L , ,,,, i .
turns iiguinst danger: ami nil the
wretched lives exchanged the .
sate nariMir 01 iionoraiiu usi-iuiness: i...,. ,,, ,1.,,
1 " v
which diameter and rectitude point
out, for a w ild and headlong ruli
over unknown seas iu a consuming
search for pelf."
The "KherilV" has made many
enemies, but no one can accuse him
of not having the courage of bis
convictions, and no one can say
that some at least of those convic
tions are not worthy of imitation
by his countrymen.
nest was to cast up his ee.
That boy lite beriuali; her hus
band shook her and went back into
the drove; and her declining das
w ere sad.
2. Into that same Ih'eket there
came another wooer. He was dress
ed iu a brow n plaid suit. Though
he could soar w hen he li lt like it,
he chose to stick right close to the
jWiH.I they still held, what liem
giiaroiaus Kiev Would Is-. it ad
here, then, that this wise, thought
lul and cunning Mr. lioli hilt
burrowed a round hole through the
wircgrass, so cunningly that it
might hardly Is- seen, and made
wallow mining the leaves ami
doodle dust under the log.
His neat little bride was delight
cd, and she lik.il her husband the
more that he did not in 'test much.
but provided. Nor were they itnj
of your lace suicides. When sh
got ready to set, she could not get
all the eggs under her wings. Hie
did the best she could, though, to
warm then., while her husband
sIimhI sentinel on a stump and
shouted out his mime all dav.
One morning a little alter dawn
they weii' alwajs up ahead of tin
sun she led forth 11 lo.cur two
tiny tols, and she and they and her
proud spouse went to Vouping in
the grasshoppers hclorc they could
shake oil' the night's numbness,
hill ing the Mine day they saw thai
same farmer's hoy coming, lient on
deviltry, lioth the parents tint
tered ou the ground Is-lore him us
t'loiigh lame, ami so led him clear
away from the brood. He came
hack later 11 ml stole up so near that
he saw the young birds and made
There is a quality in Royal
Baking Powder which pro
motes digestion. This pecu
liarity of Royal has been
noted by physicians, and
they accordingly use and
recommend it exclusively.
ovat. aaaisa KwDil Co.. sew yokk.
. dive for them. He clapisil his
hat dowu over them, as he thought,
but hi, they had disapiM-aml: he
sought them, but they could not le
found. They had Im-ii taught a
thing or two.
Thus throve Mr. I toh White and
his family and prosis-red. When
the fall of the ear came wilh its
The Companion asa Christ masGift
t an you think of a gilt more cer
tain to lie acceptable than a year's
subscription to the Youth's Com
panion! Is there any one, young or
old, who, having once had the pa
H'r iu his hands and looked through
it, did not w ish to possess it for his
very own! It is a gilt which, far
li'ggar lice and Spanish innlles, i losing its freshness as t'hrist-
Ihe is-as got ripe, and this lollv
crew checkered the ti-hl nil over
with their tracks anil they all hud
died together at night where there
was shelter from the wind.
Is the moral plain, virginsand
widow sf Shall add to this the
lory ot the hare and I he squirrel?
It is the snuie story, except thai the
tool in the latter case stayed on the
ground and the hustler tisik a tree.
You si' the moral: govern your
sweet selves thereby. liet not coo
lint recedes into the oast, crows
more delightful, more necessary to
one's enjoyment week by week.
The Isiy likes it, for it rellcct ill
its pages every boyish taste and
every line boyish aspiration. The
father likes it, not only for its tic
lion but for its fund of inhu mation
of the practical sort. The girl likes
it for the stories, iineciotes,sketches
and editorial articles printed in
each nnmlxT especially for her.
The mother likes it for its stories
of domestic life and family all'ec-
si;..,, i- . .1.M.1 ir..
mg count, save at summer resorts; ! : . ' " " lmKr ,r
spend your titles on the fool, but 1 '"""'' anieie. mi receipt ol
m- lone In.n.l in tl... .iu ii.eicaiii niiosci
hand iu the wis,- man's W ' '. suosi ri u ion price,
shall von not ever seek ' " l''' " to tl.e new sub-
lhe divorce court, nor shall you
ind your children weep for bread.
m? -s Spw.wvr?'a&.'f,'s,frv r-rv.-.-rm : r,-, xy.o y-; .s'.-.-iv'.- :-. i.-?".-.--.".-.-i
Bssa x fci it
I Shoes! Shoes! Shoes ! I
The time is now here to buy your shoes for the Fall
and Winter and we desire to call your attention to
our enormous stock of Shoes. We are sole agents
for the Famous Old Virginia Shoes for all the fam
ily and the Morris and Royal Shoes for men. These
Shoes are made of all solid leather. Everybody sells
cheap shoes. We sell good shoes cheap. We want
your shoe trade now and in the future and if you
buy these brands you will be satisfied with the price
and wear and will always buy your shoes from us.
We have a big stock, bought before leather advanced,
and can save you some money by coming to us. Come
now while the assortment is complete. Remember
the brands and take no substitutes, Old Virginia,
Morris and Royal stand for the best makes. We
McRae Mercantile Co
Sole Ag'enls. &
Monroe, N. C.
is often as great as w oman's. I'm I
Ihos. S. Austin, manager of the
Republican of licuvc uworlh, Ind.,
was not unreasonable when he re
fused to allow the doctors to oper
ate ou bis wile for female (rouble.
Instead," lie says "we concluded
to try Klectric Hitters. My wife
was then so sick she could hardly
ive her lied and live physicians
had failed to relieve her. After tak
ing Klectric Hitters she was per
fectly cured ami can now perform
all her household duties.'' (iiiaran
teed by Knglish Drug Co., price iOc.
When a man rcuchc bis second
(iiildhiHid be has no hair and no
teem ami H single, lias no more
sense than to want a wife.
No Poison In Chamberlain's
CoukIi Kemedy. From Napier, New-
Zealand, Herald: Two years ago the
pharmacy board ol New South Wales,
Australia, had an analysis made ol all
the eolith medicines Iliat weie sold in
(hut market. Out of the entire list they
loinid only one that they declared was
entirely tree from poisons. This ex
ception was Chamherlains CoiikIi Kem
edy, made hy the Chamhei lain Medi
cine Co., Des Moines, la., U.S.A. The
ahsence of all narcotics makes tins.
remedy the safest aud best that can he
had; and it is with a leeliiiK of securi
ty that any mother can nive it to her
little ones. Chamberlain's Couh Kem
edy is especially recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping coukIi. This remedy is for
sale hy C.N. Simpson, Jr., S. J. Welsh.
1'rosiM'rity has much the same
e licet on a man as gas has on a bal
loon: too much of it will result in
Nature needs only a Little Early
Kiser now aud then to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, aud the system
tree Irom bile, headaches, constipa
tion, etc, The famous little pills Karly
Kisers are pleasant in effect and per
fect in action. They never gripe or
sicken, but tone and strengthen the
liver and kidneys. Sold by S.J. Welsh
and C. N. Simpson, Jr,
It was the husband ol a strenu
ous woman who said tbat any man
ought to lie unhappy enough with
out a w ife.
scriliernll the rcmaiiiimr issues of
the Companion for l!Mi." and the
"Miiiiitciiicu" calendar for lfioii,
lithographed in twelve colors and
gold. Full illustrated announce
ment of the new volume for l!Miti
w ill In-sent w ith sample copies of
the paper to any address free.
Tut: Yot tii's Companion,
1 1 1 Ilci kcley St., Huston, Mass.
An obligation of any sort is a
mortgage on your time.
Many children inherit constitu
tions weak and feeble, others due
to childhood troubles, llollister's
lvocky Mountain Tea will jiositive
ly cure children aud make them
strong. ;hi cents, tea or tablets.
English Drug Company.
Once there was a poor man who
attended strictly to his own busi
ness aud today he is rich and
The Exact Thing for Constipation,
"As a certain purgative aud stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets seem to b the exact
thing required, strong enough for the
most robust, yet mild enough and safe
for children and without tbat terrible
griping common to most purgatives,"
say K. b. Webster ft Co., Cdora, On
tario, Can. For sale by C. N. Simp
son, Jr., and S. J. Welsh.
Possibly Solomon's wisdom may
Have been acquired by association
with his numerous mothers-in-law.
If yon are troubled with indigent
tion, constipation, soar stomach or
any other pain, Holhster's Rocky
Mountain Tea will make yon well
and keep yon weH. 35 cents, tea
or tablets. English Drng Company.
W hen You Have a Had Cold
you want a remedy that will not only
t;ive quick relief but effect a perma
nent cure. Vim want a remedy that
will relieve the Imis aud keep expec
toration easy. You want a remedy that
will cmiiitria. t any tendency toward
pneumonia. You want a remedy that
is pleasant and hale to take. Cham
berlain's Coiii;h Kemedy meets all of
these requirements and for the speedy
and permanent cure of had colds stauds
without a pter. l-"or sale hy C. N.
Simpsou, Jr., and S. J. Welsh.
Most people uinuiil'actiire their
ow n luck - lie it good or bad.
When you waul a pleasant physic,
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take aud
produce 110 criping or other unpleas
ant effect. Sold hy C. N. Simpsou, Jr.,
and S. J. Welsh.
He who waits for something to
turn up is likely to turn up iu the
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